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$ttc (taito Evening guUetto
The Etmixo Benin id published every after
Boon, 125 Wodilngton Avenue, (Democrat Hall), by
John II. Oberly A .Co., for circulation to carriers,
newsmen, nnd the maris. $ t W'
the WttKir IIVLLKTiii', n largo eight-page 'fortf tol-,
nmn paper, 1 IsmiM on Thursday, for the malls; 'and'
In for saleatonr 4otiut'r and by newsdealer. J(
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(terms. "
rutt DtLivr.ur.D uv cauriir.
Pe week,.- - nl
n,v to uecRiiira v ".
Bingto copy, per year
InptA (Vinv. tir lr mnnth. ........
..T 00
... 3 75
BlBfilS cojijTi per three month?. a 00
wrrtctT uv MAIL.
Single copy, one year ,.(.. - f)p
CluUAf ten; otnjenr,ecli slio-erincr i.tb
Club of Twenty, "lie year, each subscriber. 1 80
JrSpecimeu ropie fnrnllieU I use, Address,
JWN II. OlIBBLT t-TO.1 Cairo. 111.
mHE MEXICAN' EVER-WEARING
X
The Best Variety Known
A CONTINUOUS AND l'liOLIFlC Iwarer from the
first of June until ftoel i rleli, sub-acid flavor,
line size, strong grower, vlgorou habit. .Utoretner
superior to an) other known varlet'. Price f3 per
dozen. The undersipned ore tho llcneral Agents for
Southern Illinois. (Counties along and south of 0.
tt .M. It, II.,) of whom, or their authorized agents, all
plant or berries in Hoitthern Itllnoio must h ordered.
From a large amount of te.tlmonjlthefollowlng atti.
tlavltsgivo an lileaoftho estimation In whlrli tlil va
riety la held bT thtxe familiar with It superior char
acteristics; State of Michigan, County of Monroe, it:
Fcnclon Scranton, helng duly a worn,
deposes ami smith, thut lie is acquainted
with tlio Mexican Ever Bearing Straw
berry Plant, and that Uo ban propagated
tho Hald Strawberry for throe years, and
finds It to be a rich, high flavored fruit,
very prolific In Jts bearing, and a ntout,
healthy plant, and perfectly adapted to
thla' climate. Atid this deponent further
HaiULlhut.hu.huK cultivated, said Straw
berry for three yeara on his premises,
and thut wl(h unparalleled Ruccews, 'Una
that the said Strawbarry commences
Its bearing In early bummer,
and continues bearing until tho;
frost cuts the vine In the rail, ami I have
oven gathered fruit from tho mild vines
when tiie ground was covered with snow,
by having prdvfdiuly'oovcrod tho" virus
with straw; and further this deponent
ealtii not. Fknelon fc'CRANTo.v.
Subscribed and nworn to, before me,
this 16th day of. April, A. I). 160S. '
Alonzo Clthtiss,
Justice of tho Trace.
SiatzofMidiiyan, Jaunty pf Monroe, m:
Dr. J. J. Littlefleld, being duly sworn,
deposed iindsaya that ho ban lived u very
near neighbor to Fenlou Scrauton for
tho last three years, and knbws that the
f-nld Scrantou has cultivated the Mexican
Ever Ucarlng Strawberry Plant with
success to hU certain knowledge, and he
khrwa'tho said' Strawberry to bo over
bearing and prolific; has used tho fruit
In his family and finds It to be of high
flavor, nuudby none-hf acquainted
with strawberry" culture, and claims' this
to bo superior to all other fruits of the
kind, and perfectly adapted to this
climate. Aud further this .deponent
sftlth not. J. J. Little kiei.d.
Subscribed aud sworn to, beforo me,
this 16th day of April, A. D. 180J.
Jiiotiee of the !'..
Hubbard ; Kerney, Oeneral Afitnta for Hoiitliern
lllmola. for K, I.. Lege A Co., Chicago, Cener&l Agent
fortheHtat-.
II. IV. JIUHII AIII,
CKKTKAI.IAl
W. II. KKItNKY, ulro.
J;r. WII1T1.U it en., Proprietor,
apfldAwlm Detroit, Michigan,
QAIltO CITY HOOK UIXDEHY.
MARCUS SILVERRERG, r
Booli. - Bludor, Ilulor
Itlnuk Hook Muiiufuelurer, . - -1
No. 73 Ohio Lkybc, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
apll'uldtf
A Card.
A Clergyman, whlto realdlng In Houtli Ainerfca a a
mlnlouar)',dicovered n mte and almplo remedy for
Ihecumof Ncrvoua Wtnknet, Karly Decay, Diteutiei
of the Urinary and Heinirud Organ., and tho whole train
of dlkordera brought on by baneful ind vicloua habit..
Great number havo been cured by tlili noblo remedy.
I'roiipted by a denire totenifU lha afflicted and un.
fortuuute, 1 will (.trul tho roclpn for preparing and
lulng thl medicine, In a tealed cnvolope, to any ono
who ncedtltt, rair. or ciuaaa. Aililrcn.,
JOSKI'H T. 1NMAN,
Station I), lllblo Ilouke,
febl-d8m S'ew York City.
I'IX'Viull)' demuiied for the u.e of the Mollval Ir
fei.kin mill tho hmnllv. tielnif thoae Intrlnnin
inedieliial pro(M'ltii' rtiH'li belong to an old and I'llip',
IridlnpenNihlo to XrM'dra fiood for Kidney Oun-
plaiute, A ilelieiou ioiiiu. rm up in cue. conuin. l
dig one down lilt- each, iindfild by all drugirM, i
irrocr. m, A- M. lliniiiKr A Co,, rutablUlieu 177S. I
h'o. 16 l!Mer lri!Ct, New York, luiarXVIljB
DAVIDSON'S COLUMN.
JXOS. 180 AND 182,
bomm'otoial
HARDWARE,
STOVES,
PLOWS,
CORN SHELLF.RS,
CULTIYATOItS,
HARROWS,
Brown's Check Row
CORN PLANTERS.
HAND CORN PLAN
TERS.
VICTOR CANE
MILLS,
COOK'S EVAFORA
TORS,
WAGONS.
HARROW TEETH.
JTED CUTTERS,
ROAD SCRAPERS,
uorn ana cob
CRUSHERS,
CIDER MILLS,
LOG C1IAINM,
TRACE CHAINS,
IIREAST CHAINS,
GRIND STONES,
SCYTHES,
GRAIN CRADLES,
RAKES,
HOES.
SPADES,
FANNING MILLS,
OHIO REAI'ERS nnd
MOWERS,
GRAIN DRILLS,
SHOVELS,
FORKS,
i i r i a a. f '
Marvin' Unrfelar and Fire Proof
SAT
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t
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II. Hoe ti, Co'a
CIRCULAR AND CROSS CUT SAWS.
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HOWE'S
t' J . I . ' 'M- V I-
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A'
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Washing Machines,
Clothes Wringers.
Flow Bridles,
Rack Hands,
Hamcs,
Saddles,
Step Ladders,
Chain Pumps,
Collars,
Ox Yokes,
Lanterns,
And at Leant
Seventy or Eighty Tboutumd
OTHER THINOS FOR SALE
-ALb-
J ivt Tn -jr XOXl
fl. , El
frif Ik
2 "I
"WM. M. DAVIDSON.
Ilf h r tu t'Ollt viw,
niarehltdtf j,
CLOTHING.
N
EW CLOTHING I
x BARGAINS FOR THE PEOPLEJ
Harlngcloacd out their old atock of Clothing, hT
brought on a
targe and Splendid Stock,
Whfcli crnbrades every kind of
Fnatilonnble Otntlemen' Wear,
AndBUchfWls'aultedtoallclawea. k! '
They would ask eepeclal attention to thclrropply of
In which they, profe.i lo lend tho market. Aleo lo
their
PIECE GOODS, i
vfhlch embrft'cfj all tyles of Clntliii,' Crilmer
Tweedl,'Ao.( from which they inauufiictiiro
, CLOTlltNO to onnKii, , .,;
Inthcbeitrnamicr.KndelrlctlyfA'bionabl. - '
Their stock of . '
Gentlemen's Furnishing floods ...
I rcry eoniplete, Including nwny uovelllerf never -fore
brought to thla market. ' ; ' '
Trunk, of every tyle VnlUea, Cnrpet
Hncka,
Aonuredof their ability to fell pood from lliolr new
tocki eheaner than over lfore, Ihey rely upon !!
crimlnatlngliublio toextend them uic paironago iney
may deserve.
janl&itf
JSAAO WALDER,
Wholecale and Kelall Dealer in
GENT'S AND HOYS' CLOTHING
And
HATS, CAPS, Ac, Ac.
At the old Mand, '
Comer of Sixth street and Olilo I.vee.
Unr..llf
CARPENTERING.
JOHN MADDEN,
CAItFEXTER AXD IHJII-DEB
xYEAR TWELFTH STREET,-
BETWEEN POPLAll STREET AND WASHlriOTOJ
dec2ltfl AVENUE.
woop.
WOOD I WOOD 1 1
. VI Tt
J. W. T U H
If prepared lo furnish . ,i ,.:..- ..
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O-ood XXturcii wood
At prides which defy competition, and also to
Deliver In any Jart of tlie.Clly,,,
On thD hortest.notlei.
I.eavo'ordera on stales at Uulcn'e pf-'iO' 1
in' feed atnre, and Woodt hndTloacIraTtrocery.
J Loner;-,
tan
anziuu
hotels! '
CJAiNT CIIAKLKd UOTJiL,' i .
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Oftiro, Illin,ois.
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TIiE T. CIIAItLESjHOTEi,
The ciiy FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
Is now In tho mot , unexceptionable order for guesOi
LatliigunrltrgoneU
Tiionouoit KEVAXioiir
The Tt r-itnimtr..
. . ' ' ' 1
Tox-xxiia, a OO. 3Eoar Day
UacKaRe Carried to and' from the. Hotel
free of Charge.
Day Hoard, Ticaity-Fite 'D&ltaYs per wiofi
JEWETTWHiCOXACO.,
ertbltf - 1'roprletora. .
GRdcERIES.COMMlSfelON 1
DYA8 T. PAItKEIl. JOHN B. 1'IHLMfl.
jpARICER & PHILLIS,
General
Commission and Forwarding Merchants
And Dealers in ,
liny, Corn, Ont, Brats, ttatd all Klnda of
j'roeteec,
OHIO LEVEE CAIRO, ILL.
npl dtf '
4. D. AYEtlH.
A YEltS & CO.,
E. J. JLYKKb.
36 Xj OTJIl
tan oixiaal
6 0 M M 1SSI0X MERCHANTS,
No. 133 Ohio Levee, CAIRO,
marlTdtf " .
gTHATTON, HUDSON & OLAUK,
(Succemo rt to Cunnlnghm fc Hlralton,)
WHOLESALE.
(Jrocers and Commission Merchauts,
No. 87 Ohio Jcc, Catroi HI.
decl'6iatf mmm
MEDICAL..
"YAHD'a EUREKA TONIC !
Ward's Rheumatic Llnameiit !
Now has a reputation over oil other remedlea lieforo
tho public, for tho reason It lift cur cd many cases that
hue battled tho skill of our most eminent physicians,
ami pronounced Incurablo by them all. I'ersons uf
fcrinKwith Djspcpiia, IndlK"'!'"1' Blck or Nervous
Headache, Chills and Fever, Typhoid and Bullous Fe
ver, CoukIis, Colds, CoriHumptlon, Uheumatlsm, Neu-.
ralRia, Pain In the Hide, Breast, or Back, should at
once procure a Mile each of these Invaluablo remo.
dies and bo restored at once to perfect health.
KUllKKA TONIC Is good for Debility from any
cause. It has no equal rm a 1'cmale Remedy. It aid
DlRCstlon and purities tho Blood, and prevent dls
eos c.cleausing the system ef al llmpurltlea, which If let
remain, produce a sallow compluxyn and bring on
disease that makes life one of misery. Wood's Kure
ka Tonic Is compounded of the purest Vegetable Ki
trucls, and Is pleasant to take, nnd mild In its action
on the system.
Try one bottle-It will keep your Llx r and Kton- eh
right, and prevent billiousness. .
W.M. WARD, Covlngton.Ky.
A. It. WH1TAKEII,
Wholesale find JtclaHAgeti9l HHol
And for sale by Druggists generally. mar3l-3m
DRUQt.
B
AROLAY BROTHERS,
.1
Urn.
Oblo Iaavectl
'. PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
. , - . ; .! .lit . ' '
A Vci.t. aSSOKTMMT 'br''' 1 ' "
1:,!' . ' i r . . .., ". ' .' ii .
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. . ; , TOILET ARTICLES
. :tf -. -i . - .' ' . ' - -.
' Axw'ANciY- tH..6;o.s,.;',!
Irul'i:. -i ; , i.i..ii. ;'l't
ESPEfJIAL ATTENTION PAID TO PREaOBIPTIONS
' ' ' In wlflch .
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u0NE ttVT THE PUREST .,
;!.( .') II
I . ;i i .
. t .andImost cahkfully, , , n
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l
Componded Materials arc lined.
PURE .iviXES , A1 IsWlUOBS
i'
FOR MEDICA1VUSE. .
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i ,) v.'. dv-Y ' ' ' ' ' '
W 'Hi' ' i . . '
.iii.i a Jon .. '
n. Barolay X3Ix-otlxor-a,
hi rlr l
-il.l ' ' '
' "" ' 'Xef! 74'Ohlo tevee,
'i I -.I,'- -; ,1 '
i. i i'iiH I'. '
d-e'eif-'aiy .. CAIBO.lLfc,'
BiLlIARDS.
1 . Ii
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' '"' fiplerih.ny furnlineJ'' '' ' '
BILLIARD irXLL" AND SALOON1
GO Oblo Xioxroo,
NEXT r6bl TO' r'llWt NATIONAL 'BANK,
lnowinful1bliwVnd ithes . -i.
1 - : '
Popnlnr licHorl . .
Ofallwell-reeulaleJ blUlardUt, andKuod Juilget
excellent beverage nnd everybody knows
an(ay,lhe Hall f ( ;
Tito OnWTlrirfiClasslimiard and Drlnkln
-Saloon in the t'ltj.-
ii - l
TIIE TABLES"1 J!
Are kept (n jool order, nnd. re of ttjs finest Bnlsh.
Connected with the establishment I a - . ,
FIILSTrCLASS RESTAURANT, .
Tretlded over by Iho most popular and successful ca.
terer In the oily. Meal are seryed promptly toorder.
Game, oysters lo every style, and all the luxuries ob
tainable, always at tho command f coatomersi
dtcHlJtf .
RAILROADS. 4
JLLINOIS CENTRAL RAIaJOAD.
Quickest Route front tho Houtli
St. ZtOHlf , Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago,
New York, Moslon
And
ALL rOIKTS EAST AND NORTH.
Fassenger Irnln arrlvu aland leave Cairo as follows;
Kail KBri.
ARRIVE Ul30 A. M....- -,......,.4i50 I. M,
DEI'ART Ki'40 A. M - iOO I. M.
Both trains connect at Centralla with train on the
. BaggaiTl l-slxxo.
At Bona, Decatur, Bloomlnirton, El I'aso, La JJalle
Mcnu'ota.Freeporl, Galena, Dubuque,
and all points In
Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri and
" 'Wisconsin,
And with line runulng list and West for
St. Louis, Sprliifc'fleld, LonlBYllle, Cincin-
natl. InUlauupollH aud ColumbuM,
And al Chicago with Michigan Central, Michigan
houtherni and 1'ittsburg, Fort Woyno and
Chicago ltallrouhi for
DETROIT, NIAOARA FALLS,
CLEVELAND, KftIJ?J. .
DUNKUtK, I!H,viU?,r
ALBANY. NEW YORK,
BOWONV l'lTTHIlURO,'
FHlLADfcLPIirA. BALTlMOaE,
' WASHINGTON CITY, and
JkJl Foluta XIcaMt.
For through tickets and Information, apply at the
Illinois Cental Railroad Depot. y JommK
General raJweiigor'Agenti Chicago.
M.HUOHITT. General HupermUmuent.
JAME3 JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo; anCdf
TAILORING.
qokneliuITroylk,
140 COMPHOIAb AVENUE,
lu Elliott A lluylhorne'a Boot and Shoo Store,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MrCu(llpg done, on short notice. marCdlf
t BBBBV'-r. Mi
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
T71 -13, HENDltlCK & CO.,
OENERAL AtETS, k
Ep R WA RDJNO ANDt COMMISSION
w xMCxasEtooaAlN-Vflat
JWHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS,
Cairo, Illinois.
Prompt attention given tb.Forwurdlng or sale on
consignment. Janll-tf
JJALL1DAY BROTHERS,
EKJBBAL'AJBTM, ,
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-nirORM'ARDlNGi AND COMMISSION
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Cairo. Xll.ixa.ols
decsrwdtf
PHYSICIANS.
JJK. W. It. SMITH,
PHYSICIAN AND hURUEON,
orricKt 140 cfiMnKHCiAi. avi:nue
(Over IIahdod's Book Sloic.)
Residence, No. !1 Thirteenth Flreet.
aplT tf
jyjKDICAL.
C IV. DUNNING, M. D.
REPIDENCE Cor. Oth and Walnut .Street
OrnCE Cor. Olli Klreet ami Ohio I.e-vte.
OFFICE HOUR? From 9 a.m. ty 12 m-, and from
3lop'tn. uecVltf
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
DRY DOCKS.
QAIRO DRY' DOCK COMJ'ANY,
Cairo, Xlllxa-olaa.
Steam hoatu and UarEros Docked
-AND
Itcpaint 1oiio at Nhort Notice
AND IN THE BEST 'POSSIBLE MANNER.
TERMS, REASONABLE.
Steamboat Lumber on Ham!.
Repairing; on Levee Attended to
GEO, W. HTBKETER,
JanlOdtf Supcrlntenden.
BROOM FACTORY.
C
AIRO BR003I JtANUFAOTORY.
AV. F. M'KF.K & HROTiiEIt,
Uavlnir pcrfectod their arrangement for the manufac
turo of Brooms In this city, ore now prepared to OH
orders at as
Iiow Frloosi
As the samo quahlles of brooms can be purchased any.
whero.
Orders left at the sloro of 0. D. Williamson, 7 Olile
Leyee, oral the
KCaBufaotory, Fourteenth atreet, between
Walnut and Cedar,
Will be promptly attended to.
Orders by mall should be addressed to
W. V. M'KEB BRO.,
P. O. Uox 494,
lanWdtf Cairo, Illinois.
GAS FITTERS.
QIIANOE OF FIRM.
C. F. YEAOEH , CO.,
Buvlng purcliuied thoentiro stock and fixtures, of
Aug. Korsmoer, uro prepared to do all kinds of
fian and Steam F i 1 1 i n t;
In a neat and workmanlike manner. IVo are also pre
pared to repair (ill kinds of Gas fixtures, and by our
processor brontlngnud gilding make them In every
particular as upod as uew, Thoso havior such fix
lures, wll iifiuso givo u a call satisfaction guaran
icea in u ciuuj, j. j. nAi.-..,
Jan9dl(
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