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THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 18.
published nr joiix h. obkrlt co.
m. n. haukkll, AggocrATK mi(Mt j j
GOOD JiE MS Fit OM SPRINGFIELD
Alexander Co. Keller nl Railroad tla
1iini'I over the Vata.
Kjx-olal Dlipatch to the Uultetln.J
SifiimaPiKtD, III., Ajh-11 15.
Tho Alexander County Relief and
Hallroad bills passed the Senate over
the veto. D. V. Munn.
There will bo a Joint meeting of the
city counoll thin evening.
JohnQ. llarman, Esq. has gone to
the Hot gnrlugfl, In Arkansas.
Tho card of Mr. August Jordan, watch
maker and Jowolcr, appears in another
part of to-day's puper. Tho public can
bo accommodated In first-class stylo by
calling upon him, cither In tho lino of
work or Jowclry.
tucklnn,' Is In the city, on business con"
nectcd with thatpapor. Tho 'KentucklatY
Is a widely circulated shoot, ably edited,
and might servo our leading business
mon a good purpose an an advertising
ca A regular communication of Del-1
AAta Lodgo No. 503 F. and A. M. will
bo held at Masonic Hall this (Thursday)
evening at 7J o'clock. All mombers of
tho fraternity In good standing are In
vited to attend. Work In M. M. degree.
aplG-lt Jkwbtt Wilcox, Sec.
It will b seen by referenco to tho list
that Mr. A. II. SafTord has withdrawn
from tho committee of arrangements ap
pointed In view of thecomlngof the Illi
nois Stato Press Association, and that
that Mr. C. Winston and Mr. Dyas T.
Parker have been added thereto.
Tho Free School fair and festival will
closo this evenipg with a grand dance.
A lino band of music has been provided,
ana tho Hall being very spacious will ac
commodate all who may choose to Join
In that healthful, harmless and delight'
ful recreation. Young gentlemen, pro
vido yourselves with partners and go
go early, so that it may not be thought
you wero drawn there- only by tho prom
ise of a dance.
Tho Order of Good Templaw Is embra
cing within Its folds weekly, many of
our most substantial and respectable
citizens. It has accomplished u good
work, and receives tho blessings of
scores of wives and mother in tho city,
whoso homes wero onco the homes of
a tlrunken husband or hou, but now of
sobriety, thrift and happiness. So long,
therefore, as It devotes Itself to the work
of arresting the march of Intemperance,
may It prosper.
A copy of Watson's railroad map has
been hung upon our walls by tho agent,
which wo llud upon examination to bo
reliable and very useful. It shows all
tho railroads of tho United States and
Caundas, tho stations, distances, and ev
erything else shown by tho best maps in
print. On tho reversosldo tho territories
are shown, tho latest divisions being
careful ly laid down. Wo ore duly thank
ful, A-o , and adviso our business men to
adorji tho walls of their counting rooms
In a like manner.
It has become a habit amonir weuthor
talkers o pronouueo the peculiarities of
tho year present with them more re
markable than anything developed iu
tho year preceding; and so It goes year
after year. Wo do not, however, think
that thero is any mlstako about tho ec
centricities of the year 1800. They stand
uuparalloled. Three, four, five, a half
dozou kluds of weather, distinct and un
mistakable, aro the creations of a day
Thcso changes and weather wonders,
duly recorded as they aro In our river
columns, will establish " by tho record,"
in future years, that people wero right
when, in I860, they declared tho weather
matchless in itsstraugo freaks and pecu
liarities. Again To-Nlicbltf nnd tho Cloar.
Tho largo supply of useful and fancy
goods remaining unsold, will bo dispos
ed of during tho Fair and Festival to
night, at auction. Thero aro among thtno
goods, articles that will servo a good use,
either for service or adornment in any
family, office or counting room, and
they will bo sold during tho evening, for
what they will bring.
Although tho Loretto free school will
not receive the benefit from tho ellbrt
in its behalf that was anticipated, tho
amount realized will bo none tho less
gratefully received. If thoro Is a good
turn-out to-night, and tho goods offered
bring what they aro actually worth, tho
sum will (be greatly increased. Take
your wives, children or sweet-hearts,
then, and attend. Tho young ladles ex
pect the young men of the city to be fully
represented, and the married ladles are
equally sanguine about the married men.
Let us all go then. There will bo much
that will amuso and entertain the crowd;
aud, should we expend a dollar or two
we will not only get value received, but
do something toward the support of an
t-l..H . I 1 lt..1 I
" :V;1;,1'M''' uuiuuieniw insubstantial aud wealthy marine, life and
to every right thinking man or woman tt0Ci,,ent tHtlPftnft Anmnilnia in ,
oftho dty. Remember the place,, cor- United States, and Is at all times pro
ner of Tenth street and Ohio Levoo; part!(, t6.take Wsks at as low rates r,s r0
P. Q. Sohuh keeps Lanilroth' imriirm
seeds, tho growth of 1608; porfeotly
sound and reliable. 2wd
CfeMtrcller iHtrt For the Pact FM
el Year. ' '
statement' ei fcacmrrs, .
And for what aacount, from March 10, 16M, to Jfarob
LlcVgfl fad,;.....xaUW,W Mr r. '
Klnea from 1'ollce Maglttratea... 1,641 )
Mltkl(ltHINHIItlMHMtNjN'oMinM 1(490 W -
Bond...,... ..,....., - - 1,200 00 I
Interest fund, on coup'rui not due 7 00
BTATJtMKNT OF KXFBNDITUBES, f
Court Common V..iiii.& 2.SM 71 ,
Printing nd ndvertiiilng ............ 1,195 73
Fire Department................ 1,M9 (I
Street . 2,071 76
Election,...... 3S 00
Pump.......... .... (,801 M"
Police ..-... . t,oia is
Hoard of Public Work .. .......... ' 1W 41
Mlicellaneou . 3.71) as
Uu.l.l..u,, ....... 2,3W 46
Sidewalk Fund .. l,3Ui Bit '
lU-palra on sldew'kn eroWyi.. l,m 67 ,
Cl'kt otnoa and Council Charnb'r l.zTl 40 J
Engineer' omce,.,........ m W
Markets SIS H
Jail and Jailor . .. 2,277 72
Pollco Magistral 14.1 po
Intarentnn llond - ..... IS
Bond bald and Cancfdled..
John Howlsjr.Tr. A Col'r bal
jioaru ui iicaiiii.....
Bower. ........... ..,....,,,,..,.....
Fax, Howard A Co., on ae, Jndg,
ttl 811 20
STATEMENT OP INIJEHTEDN1M3
I MAKCU 1ST, 1809.
IndeMedno Mnreli 10th, lm
llond ........ ....t 160,802 W
Treasury lira On.. .- . 4,122 t
Scrip, per Cornptrol.
ler'a report 3laruh V.
forlp lued March 0,
UM... 31,023 4 MM 402 IS
,. ll;al S7
Lent llalanco In Trfaiur)'.
rV.-rlpouttandlngM'ch 10 ,..,
Scrip Ut'd Jlc'h 10, 'c to Mc'h
, 42,401 to
d Mc'h 10, 09, to
Hrrlp outfltandlng March Int. Va
liondi otiUUndiuf Mc'h 10. 'M..ilb0,tiO2 W
IfiaH in J. Klifiefor balance
dun on brick for i"-wni.... 2,000 00
Am't rcdet-ini-d and cancelled. ,V7i 00
OuUtandlng. March ltt, UOO
ding Mc'h 10, 4,121 14
Am't in htmdi of TreVr
Mc'h I, 1,300 W
OuUUndln March 1, '.-. 2,m 14
. 1,X5 17
!. bat. in Tu'jr Mc'h 1, '00.
HECAPITUI.ATION OP INDEBTEDNESS.
ltondM.. . ..-.tUA.rn vt
He rip... ...... 17C.2U 03
Tieaiury Drirt..- .... 2,822 34
I. llalinra in Treaiury
Inlrrr.l fu....ll,'a) 11
CuutliiKenl fund BynlOO
Treaurr Warratdi. IflW 01
General IMnd....... 2M 45
Sidewalk fuad-.... ..... 3) it-16,VJS 17
.1:7 Ml 11
J. MAKTl.V. City Comptroller.
Uy buying yourgroccrlc of J. 11. Metculf,
who kcept a lnrgo and select stock of tboboet
.-!- lt .'.' .1
miniiy supplies, ami torn encspcr. man mo
clicapcU, No. 334 Washington avenue, op-
po!to tho court liotio. tnnrStf
An i:ver-llenrlntr Hirmwhorry.
Tho attention of our readers has, no
doubt, been directed to the out of the
Mexican Ever-Hearing Strawberry, pub
lished for several days among our adver
tisements.. This remarkable, fruit tho
cut Indicating .its natural size is now
being introduced Into Southern Illinois
by Mr. W. H. Kearney, of this city, and
Col. Hubbard, of Ccntrallti.
As Its uamo indicates, it is over-bear-Intr,
tho cultivator feasting upon its de
licious fruits from tho first opening of
spring until tho sovero frosts of late au
tumn. Tho characteristics of this plant
aro peculiar. For instanco:llke tho
garlic, or kindred plants, it forms new
crowns whlln tho stool from tho original
Is in fruit and tldwer, and this process
gous on until tho advent of sovero cold
weather. The plant Is a vigorous grower,
remalnlnggreen all winter, and tho stalk
Standing upright, supporting tho berry
from contact with tho ground, keeping it
thus clean and lu prlmo order for imme
diate use or market.
Tho fruit is of flno size, form conical
and regular, color of tho brightest scarlot,
Mayor exceedingly rich, with a delicious
aroma, and tho llesh solid, making it,
upon tlio whole, the ruost desirable mar
ket berry extant Tho calyx part easily
from tho berry of itself a high recom
mendation. Tho whole plant giving ov
ldenco of strength, vigor and hardiness,
yielding its delicious fruits months after
all other varieties have ceased bearing,
it is quite sure to become a favorite, and
find its way Into tho gardens of all of
our citizens who have oven ton feet of
spaco to devote to its cultivation.
Any further particulars desired maybo
obtained from Mr. W. B. Koaruoy, at
Snnldlnir's Jatatnnntl Hair restorer ia
precisely what it professe to bo, a hair res
tohativk. It is tho surest and itfost pro-
parnt on of the ago, For supn los. wholoialo
or retail, apply at P. O. fichuh'a, drug storo.
Tho examination of the publio school
commences to-day. Tne exercises, to
morrow afternoon will bo interpersed
with readings, declamations, etc. Pa
rents of the pupils and friends of tho
school are invited to attend.
qne (0 f heLYe.
The office of tho Southwestern Insur
ance Company has been removed from
Wlntor's Blook to the room over the
First National Bank, lu the Egyptian
Blook, Ohio Iioveo. Col. J. S. Reardou,
the Secretary of this excellent Cairo
AAlrinanM ,. 4.. n linn r r m- ..i.l
. ' "" J'0'H" 4UU2IV
consistent with solyonoy. Tho card of
th'o'CblaWl may 'bo fbumIMiii''iuiother
AIXMer Cvaaitr ttrenlt Court.
HON. DAVID J. BAKER JR., JUDGE.
Wednetdar April 14th, Ninth Day.
The People vs Jefferson Dobbins, rape;
Tho People vs Jas. DInans et al, rob
bery; defendant DInans sentenced to one
year la penitentiary.
The Peoplo vs James H. Pillow, et al,
riot; continued generally.
Tho Peoplo vs Eliza Lewis, larceny;
nolle prosequi entered.
The People vs Mary Randolph, larce
ny; defendant sentenced to 18 months
Tho Peoplo vs Georgo Ford, assault to
murder; nolle prosequi entered.
Tfle People vs Win. Gay, David Ulsh-
op, etal, assault to murder; nolle prose
Tho People vs. William Payton et als.
larceny, defendants. Payton and Rob
inson sontenced to three years in' tho
Tho People vs. Alonzo McMurry et tils,
The Peoplo vs. James DIuans, larceny,
Tho Peoplo vs. Samuel Harden, larce
ny. Jury and verdict of guilty, and llx
thetlmo of defendant's confinement In
tho penitentiary at five years. Motion
or now trial
Tho Peoplo vs. Sarah Horton, keeping
lowd house. Bal reduced and defendant
' Tho People vs. William Payton et als,
larceny. Nollo prosequi entered.
Jefferson Dobbins, arraigned beforo tho
court yesterday, , under tho Indictment
charging him with tho crime of a rape
upon the person of his little step daugh
ter, plead not guilty. The Jury, after
hearing the ovldenco and arguments of
counsel, retired to form a verdlot. All
last night the matter was canvassed oy
them; ten for finding the accused guilty
and two for his discharge. This morning
0110 me i wo nau succumueu, but the
other one held out, persisting that ho
never had met eleven such contrary men
as his co-Jurore." Agreeing finally to
disagree, thejury came into court, this
morning, and wero discharged.
Afterwards Dobbins plead guilty to the
coutn charging him with incest, and the
court sentenced him to eight years' im
prisonment In tho penitentiary. Tho
little girl outraged by the revolting black
fiend is only eleven years of age.
No tier to TMX-I'iiycr-N.
The delinquent list will bo commenced on
tho 10th day of April, tlioio wishing to mvc
cost, had better como to tho Court homo at
once and ;ttlo.
Lotis II. Myers Collector.
Couflilritcej Ttilcvra Atfnln.
A middle aged gentleman
I'royer, a furmor from Clinton
I rt aa .
itis., was roubcu of 01 this morniue. bv
coupieoi inieves wiio played the usual
or course, after ono of them had ingra
liatou Himself Into tho coniltlenco
their victim by representing that ho was
going to the same place, Paducah, and
then presenting a bill of ?200 lOforgoods
for which, a bogus check of $600 was oiler
ed in payment. As usual, thief No. two
couitinot mako tho change, anil thief
No. ononsked Mr. Preyer for tho loan of
5C5 until they would meet at tho boat
Mr. Preyer could only give hlra Sal, ami
soon arter doing so, both thieves dlsan
peared and have not slnco been heard of.
As this game has been exposed by every
newspaper In the country, thousands of
times, It seems incredible to stmnose
that there aro persons who liave nover
read tho papers sufficiently, to bo con
stantly on their guard.
Louis Herbert has Just received at his
restaurant a splendid lot ot fresh shell
oysters, in prime ortier. tio lias also re
celved a supply of Cincinnati laircr.
This first-class restaurant Is as usual
prepared to servo customers with all
kinds of luxurious ami substantial eata
bles in tho most cleanly and acceptable
Egyptian block, basement floor.
MEETIXO OF THE STATE
At the recent meeting of tho Joint com
mittee rrom tlto City Council, hold in
conjunction with a number of citizens,
the following committees wore named to
arrange for tho entertainment of the Illi
nois State Press Association, to meot In
this city ou tiro 21st Instant:
COMMITTEE OF RECEPTION.
John H. Oberly, chairman ;
James C. Carroll, Chairman Board of
Aldormou, Couucllmen P. W. Barclay.
Jas, H. Rearden, Louis Jorgonseu, Aider-
..... a- i' ii air a
,eu Jos.Mondell, W. A. Redman, Fred
Messrs W. W. Thornton, D. Artor, D.
Huni, Hon. Wm. H. Green, Hon. Wm.'
J. Allen, Jno. W. Trover,.H. P.Goodall,
8. S. Taylor. James Johnson, H. H. Can
dee. S. P. Wheeler. Wm. Stratton. n tc.
Hughes, Judro D. J. Baker, Fredollne
Bross, Dr. O. W. Duunlng, Dr. H. Ward
ner, Dr. C. H. Evans, aud Joel O. Mor
HALL AND BANQUET.
Messrs. Rearden, Jorgensen, Theobald,
Trovnr, Sandusky and H. R. Mason.
committee on abkanoements.
Messrs. Trover, C. Winston, Dyas T.
Parker, Carroll, Lonergan aud Sohutter.
COMMITTEE ON TOASTS.
Messrs. M. B. Harroll, McKee, Pope,
Morgan, Dunning and Lyon.
COMMITTER ON EXCURSION..
Messrs. Halllday. Taylor, Sallbrd,
Johnson aud Hurd.
COMMITTEE ON MUSIC.
Messrs. Bobbins, Bross, Smyth a,ud
We hear conslderablfo' "binjplWnta bn
account of tho obnoxious" smells wafted
upon the winds from the slaughter houses ;
oa tho Mississippi side of th city; la
some parts of the city these smells 'tin
very offensive indeed, necessitating the
jloalug of doors and. windows ,. ;i,7Vr"
The butchers using these petjS ,bl
laughter houses cannot be too careful In
the disposition oYVh offal. The utmost
cleanliness is necessary to 'proven $ evil
Free Ltincb at tke Vurt Hslu KalMa1
Jlmmlo English will set a free lunch at
the Court Houso Saloon every morning
at iu ociock, anu no, invites nts mentis,
parties attending on court from town
and country, to come and feast to their
fun. tiio oesc or aies, wines, liquors
anu cigars on nana. oc
Try Spnldlng'fl Jntnmnnii Hair rostoren, It
is undoubtedly tliu beat hair preparation ever
Introduced to tho public. For n!o, wliolc-
tnlo or retail, at 1. G. Schttli't. 3tow3w
"Ilarrett's" overtops everything.
Gentlemen desiring first-class day
board can bo accommodated at Walker
& Sisson's, Egyptian Blook, Ohio Lovee,
at $25 per month. apl5-lw
Frank Hundley, of the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad, left this morning for Now
Orleans, on tho steamer Mississippi. Ho
will bo absent about ten days.
miliar Tnblcs per Male.
Two second-hand billiard tables, Phc
Inn cushions, for sale at a great sacrifice.
Call at the Sunflower saloon, on Pat
"Barret's" Premium Hair Restorative.
I'ort I.iat Tor (lie 34 Hour Ending- at
Two o'clock, 1. H.
flen. Andiron. Cnlum.i Win. will!, Paducah;
OIUo llraneli, N. O.; Norman. Memphii;
Hello J.cf, ,f Ilelle Memphk "
Mnrlito City, St. I.ouU; Cumberland, Eranirllle;
MlialMlPpf, " Hmry Ame, Ht.Loulfi
David Watt, " Shamrock,
Oe n. Andctnon. Colum.i Wm. Whlt. Paducah;
,. . - - t : 1 : t . r'.. 1 . ,i 1 1
T il WatU. Kaatporli Anrman, r,ranTiiie x
Olive Hranch, fit. Louis; Klclimond, .0.
Hello Mcmplilf, ' Henry Aran, "
Tno weather Is again dowdy and dis
agreeable, and the. sun only shows Itself
dimly at Intervals. At least such was tho
programme up to tho hour of closing our
report. Ono or two hours may make
quite n change.
The Mississippi Is falling above Hock
Island,, and Is still closed by Ice at Lako
Pepin, whero teams wero still crossing a
lew days ugo, Tho Missouri Is falling at
various places, and no high water is re
ported in any portion of It The Missis
sippi Is rising, about soven Inches per 2-1
hours at St. Louis.
Tho Ohio Is rising slowly "at Pittsburg
with seven feet water, but' tho Monon-
gehaln, from which tho rise came, is
again falling. Tho Kanawu rlso has
reached Cincinnati, and Louisville,
causing a slight increaKo at those points.
Thore is six fecenhd ahalf water over the
Tho Cumberland, as usual, follows
suit with the Kanawha, their sources be
ing near each other, aud is rising rapid
ly, with eight feet on Hnrpeth shoals. As
tho Kanawha Is falling, wo suppose tho
Cumberland will do llkewlso soon.
Tho rlvor at this point has fallen about
twelvo Inches rsince last report, and Is
still receding rapidly.
Business is 'moderately active.
The White brought'out 3 hhds tobacco
for reshlpment hence per rail to New
York, .1 do for St. Louts, and 4 do for
Now Orleans. She also brought about
15 tons produce and sundries for Cairo
Tho Cumberland brought 6 hhds to
bacco, G5bblsmcal, T.csks bacon, 13 bbls
eggs, lot furniture and sundries for Mem
phis and tho South, and tho following
for Cairo : Halllday Bros., 80 bales bay,
B. S. Harrell, 40 pkgs furniture, G. D.
Williamson, 2 bales hay, 1 bbl eggs,Cun-
difl'&Co., 3 pkgs.
Tho Wm. White, Captain Northern,
clerk Jimmy Boverly, is tho regular dai
ly packet for Paducah this evening.
Tho City of Culro, Capt. Malln, Is the
regular packet for Memphis this evening,
Tho Armada, Capt Gus Dusouchet, Is
tho regular packet for Eyansville this
Tho Mohawk and barges has been sent
to tho Upper Mississippi to load with
bulk grain for New Orleans.
report was curreut among
the stoamboatmcu lasteveulng that tho
directors aud stockholders of the Atiau
tlo and Mississippi Steamship Company
havo como to tho conclusion that steam
boating is about as poor a business as
they couldlnvest money In, and that they
will shortly make arrangements to dis
pose of their steambats, and other stock,
ut oltherpubllo or private sale, and oeaso
to act as a company. We understand
that the company Is abundantly able to
pay all their liabilities.
First, try "Barrett's."
Landroth's Fresh and Roliablo Gnrdon
6ocd at P. G. Scliuh's drug store. tu312wd
M. PHILLIPH CO.,
(.'iuevvasora au K. B, lleudrlcks k Co.,)
Forwardlag and Cowwlssloa Merckaats
1 it Ml
IAbral Advances 'fyfafn-ffiiignfantM.
Aro prepared to rocelre, titor or forwwd freiahtj U
all points buy or veil on commUnlon. Builneaa at
tend to with promptnenj, solOdawtf
npmi MPj'XldAN' (EVER-BEARING
The Bosfc Vaiuoty Ivnown
A CONTINUOUS AND IMtOLU'IO hearer from tlm
Mrrtof Jtiim until frot t rich, riiti-onid flavor,
tino iu, MronitjtroH it, vigorous habit. Altogether
anjicrlor to nnyodn,- known vnrlcty. Price S3 jut
down. Tho midTi-lsnod nro tho tlenornl ARcnt for
out(irrn Illinois (Count ! nlonj nnd routli of ().
& M, It, It.,) of Mhoin, or tholr niithoriwd agent, nil
plant or lxrrir in foiithorn Illinois mint bo ordered.
From a larsn amount of tfullmony the followlnn let
ter to J. V. Whltinu, Eng.. of Detroit, itlVM an idennf
the estimation in which (Ma vnrirtyi held liy' thoo
familiar with it- mijierlor I'liaraclcristica :
Dundee, .Midi., March 4, 16CU.
J. P. W1IITINO Sit i In nnwer to your Innulry
relative to the introduction of thu Mexican Kvnr-llcnr-liiRHtranlierry
Into thl eountrv. I haro tlio honor tn
lUitc that It wu brought from .Mexico In tho (all of
IMS, ly Y. .Miu k. an Intimate frtonl of our family,
who presented ut with a rllp, from which the Tinea of
V. Kcrantou Hero rougutil.
The tinea nro vigorous Krowem, nnd mnirlently har
dy to endiirnany ordinary heat or qold. Thit btraw
berry I a proline heftier, opening it hlntsomi early
In tlieprin,and continuing W Uotsom nnd twnr
until tho front rut tho vines In tlio lull. Tho fin
nr of Hie lerrj-1 excellent l anil, owlnn to It firm
ne and lack of aridity, will bear traniDortntion tet
ter than any other hlrawbcrry. Itepeetrully,
The following testimonj-1 from A.M. Tlcr, pro
prietor of tho Illddlo Home, Detroit, formerly of the
Itlchmond House, Chicago:
IMroit, January 25, IBCO.
Thli U rerllfy that 1 hate, during tho months of
Juni, Jtlf, .1nrn, ti
iltuttxr nd Orl
ittt, eon nnu rai-
en ins sirawiier
and grown I
1HCS. and fin
a:t, and well
n.Fi.itll, , Ml. , Ml It'll. J . ... .I1..I.II,
l'ropnctor Iliddlo Home, Detroit, Mlcl
Hubbard k. Kernoy, Ceneral Aentn for Pouthcn
llllnnl. fur K. I.. I.ccu.t Co.. Chicico. General Auent
for the ritttlT.
II. W, JllIlHtAItl),
W. II. ICi:iClY, CHI re.
j. i. wiiiriMi A
yAHD'.S EL'KEICA TOXIC!)
Ward's IMieiniiatlu Lhiaiuciit!
.Vow ha n reputation oterull other ruiiilie4 bcfuri'
the piil'li'-. f-T ilie r hmjm ii Iiiw uured manv.oajc diut"'
havo lalllol tho sl;ill of our moat eminent phyaiolnn,
and pronounced ineiiniblo by thvm all. lVroin nuf
fcrlngwlth Dyapeptia, IU'licslion, Kiek or Nittou
Uradaciie, ChilU ami l'uver, Typhoid and Ititlloua Ke
writ, Cvtish, ('old, Cousiimption, nliomimllf m, Net).
nilKu, r.iln in tho Hide, llreut, rr Hack, ahould nt
oncn procuro a Ixtllo oitvh of llioo Irivnlual.lo reme
dies and 1)0 remnred at onco to perfect health.
KL'llKKA TON'IO i K"od fur Debility from uuy
eauao. It litis no e(tul ii a I'oiualn lteme lv. Itiu i
Dlgentlon and purine tho Wood, nnd prewnt ills,
rare.cleansing ths ijstctn of ul llmpuritle, whleh If let
remain, prwluco u sallow complexion nnd brim; on
dneaxe that mukei life one ol miery. Wood's Kuro
ka Tonlo It vompouuded of tho purett VeeiaUo Hi
tract, and la pleasant to take, aud mild In IN action
on tho skin.
Try ono bottlo U will keep your Mvor and rilomach
right, and provvnt bi!liouuea.
W. M. WAltD, Covington, Ky.
A. R. WIIITAKKIt,
Wlioh-.alo nnd Itclall Agent, Cairo, Illlnol.
And for .-a!o by Drugjlati gcncrslly. roarll-Cm
gAIXT CHAItLKS IIOTKL,
Oair o, Illinois.
THE ST CIIAKLES HOTEL,
The only FflUST.CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
laVnow lu tliomo.t unexceptlonaMo order for RUCiU
The pant Summer.
Uojrxxxm, a3 OO For X3ay
fKSo Onrrlotl lu unit from tlio Hotel
irer in uimrttr.
Day Hoard, lunuiy'lKe Dollars jier ttotiti
JKWETT WILCOX 4 CO.,
DYAS T. PAHKKlt. JOHN II. l'JULUiJ.
jpARICER & CHILLIS,
Commission aud Fonrardtuir MorcliauU
And Dealers In
Hay, Coru, Outa, Bruu, aud itll Kluda of
OUIO LKVEE CAIUO, ILL.
I). AYF.KS. K. J. AYES3.
YEKS & CO.,
OOMMISSIO iV ME II QUA Y TS,
Ho. 133 OUlo Levee, OA1UO, ILL.
gTRATTON, HUDSON & CLARK,
(Succemor to Cuuningham tBiratton.)
Grocers aud Couimlssiou Mercluuts
. ,57 0,1,0 teo, Calre, IU.
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wMf tin vnt
rycaiiou iiioicxicun l-iter-lleannir.
iyJ. I. Wlilllnc: Co., in tho aeaion of
il them to bo n tntfntilvf lira f.aror. nwl
worthy of rultiratfon. A. II. TAUl.lt.