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I1 BY JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MAY 21. 1871.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN K.OYPT
Ci.Ti.WHA ORAPE PI LLH.
CATAWIIA UK A IK 1'II.LK.
CATAWBA QRAPK HLLH.
CATAWIIA OBATK PILLS.
CATAWBA OHAI'F. PILLH.
CATAWHA OKAI-K PILLH.
CATAWnA QRAPK PILLN.
TLCID XXTEACT BARAAPAXILLA.
PLUID EXTRACT SAUSAPARILLA.
FLUID CXTRACT P AILSAI'ARILLA.
FLUID EXTRACT HAXHAPAStlLLA.
rtCin EXTRACT KAEHAPAy.LA.
FLUID EXTRACT CAIWAPAKII.LA.
PL CID EXTRACT HAMAI'aSILLA.
APBI.L, MAY AND JUNK,
rriirr yiik blood.
In theie months "
HELMBOLD'rt PLUII) EXTRACT HARBAVA
RILLA Cur all Eruptiooiof theHkld. V
RELMRoLD'n TLUID EXTRACT xaraYa
Curti Hie wort form of Blood I)lea
brlubolo'h FLUID EXTRACT HARHAPA
Holers htartly lntn the Circulation of th
mrucrold's FLUID XXTRACT hardapa
MLLA r- B.io'.Ubs th. Coairllon.
All Powder and outward application destroy
lb (kl. renders II tianh and mini
th akin of old maids Ud thoa who haieuaed
WNh my teoftb of Hum.
My adTiee U lo die.
ciniiaut ui-ra, saa UH
bklmbold'b ricin extract sabaapa--
Om hotll tf o,uI In otrrafth in our ralloa of
la Syrup or becoclon u uiually made; aed
nte-KIss added lo a piol nf aetsr equale the
etUknUd LISBON Wlfr LlHI.NK. Try It this
WIT. A delightful bTeraf e.
HELMHOLD' CATAWBA ORArE PILLS
HILUBOLD'h CATAWBA GRAPE PILI.R
A pleasant, aafe and agreeable Cathartic.
UKLUBOLD'l CATAWBA ORAPE PILLS
ld la ll aflectlona where l'uri(tl Medicine
BELWUOLD'b CATAWnA ORAPE PILLH
HaraUat to a child, ami oken by chlldrta.
HELMBOLD'H CATAWBA ORAPE PILLH
oporooda Mag neia, rj.lt. and erery other Pur
gatire. HELM BOLD' A CATAWBA ORAPE PILI.A,
Certain in effect, and pleasant In operation.
HELMBOLD'b CATAWBA ORAPE PILL
Ii not a patented Fill.
HCUIBOLt'S CATAWBA ORAPE FILLS
Ar composed ol Caiawbaflrap. J tilt and Fluid
How U proceed In the Spring and Summer
monlhe, to laure new life, new biood, nw vicor :
Purchautwo bottle- of HELMIIOLDH HAiutA
FA RILL A aad o box el flLLS-worth tbeir
No bettor in eitmant can bo made tor no ntnall
HILMBOLU'B VLUID EXTRACT Bt'CHU
Da acqnlreda w6tli.widtfme.
ALt of my preparation ara merltorloua. A
penexl of Iwthtf Jttn hu provod thia to be
0m remarka made by Benlkmln Trarerae, t. R.
C. H. Bpetklojc of tnote dUeaaea, and diictaea
krlilDE from the exaeaa of mercury, w atatea
that no remedy Is equal to the Kxtract of ijaria
parllla. ita power la tixtraordltarr, moro aothan
any other diug I am acquainted with. It U, In
lo the irtoteXaenae, tonic, with thlalnraliialile
atlrlbnto thai It It anjillcable to a elate of th
Intern aoiuukan, and vet ao irribtble, as ren
der other eubnteiKfe of tho tonic claaa unarail.
able or Inturloua.
See HEMARKBot the GREAT CHEMISTS AND
PILL MEN OK AMERICA :
Wm. IL Warner A Co.,
18 North Third atreat, Philadelphia, Pa.
B. T. HelmboMr
I Eatetmed Friend I congratulate you on
! hlne the handaomeal and at the aamo time the
s Moit EfiVctiT PHI that I lure ever known for th
I purpoiea Intended. WM, It. WARNER A CO.
II T D.li.li.1 J will I. 1 . . i
t " Miiuiiwm wm iruiaiK, in cunciunion, inai
I nla remenlea are tho reault of long and careful
If' n'rium AxirwiiniTi wrnuriore trie
public twenty yean. The le of them In that
time proiea their Taloe. All hate boon benefit,
tea by them who followed my initructiona, and
tadav thev atanil nnmia
( their tale and uniurpaned br any medtcamont
, In the Ulipaniatory of tho Unitnl Utatee, not
aceBiiuK amgie uorD, Hoot, Plant, or Helen
I Ida Preparation.
Pharmaceutical I claim all mlno to be, and have
never patented a ainale one.
To diapel any linpreaalon or prejudice that
might exiat In the inlnda ol many agaln.t my
preparatlona, from the publicity gcn through
adrertialng, and that I am and IimS been a druu.
g it for period or tweniy ycara, and more con.
cluilnly to proie thin aeo letter from the laraeat
maouracturfnc chemUU in the world i
maoufacturinE chemUU in the world 1
November 4, la.
I am acquainted with Mr. H. T. llalmbold ; he
occrpied the drug atore opposite any reldence,
aad wia lucceaaful In conduatiog the hunineaa
where othen had not tieen equally ao before him.
I baie boea farorablr impreatedwith hi charac.
teraadvaterprliio. WILLIAM WIUUTMAN.
Firm of Power A Wlgluman, raanufocturlnj;
chmltj,' ninth and lTrown atrtcta, Philadel
phia. aix stamp on runu maim.
ft. tl.ll f h.M fhAiiivhl nl ntrrinir tn til .(ItlP.
They ar now perfeot, and I anall (lake my
il. moner and fame on their etfeetlTene.a.
1 Th lOTitln atyle in which the pill itself I made,
m the bottle.label, wrapper all enow with what
car tnT nere iieea preuaroa. ami oxamina
tlon. no Enf liih or French preparation will ahow
treat r care, and I am really proud of them.
Inattad of th nauatoua-lookina, careleialy
prepared Pllli vended generally, and put up in
woi'den boxea, and made Kenerally, or offered
by thoio haT.ng to experience aa phyaiclana,
druutati or maauiaclurer of medlcin, tail
lb medicine offered by your obedUnt aeirani,
H. T. HELBIB01.B.
Oryital FaUce Drug Store, No, 694 Uroadway,
Palace Vnar'maey. OlUojr Uouae, Broadway, and
eivMtv.tilnth atreat. new York.
Tmpl it naarroaer, Oontlnontal Hotel, Phila
d.lphU Lti No. lot Houth Tnth ttrMt, Phil.
Ckartercd March 31, 18
City tfatloiial Baak
A. B. BAFFORD. President I
B. B. TAYLOR, Vlce-Prealdents
W. HTBLOP, Secretary and Treaiurer.
P. W.IIARCLAY, CIIAB. OALWIHER,
r. M;rtxiKKi.r.Tir, paulo. hciicm,
R II. CUNNINOUAM. W. P.-HALLIDAV,
.1. M I'll I M.I IH.
poalta of any Amount lUcolvod rroaa
' T Coat Upward.
Inlereit paid on deponta ui the rato of c tier cent.
pr annum March In! and Kept. In. '
latereitnot withdrawn iaajded Immediately to
lh principal of the depolt. thereby clrlnglt'ein
Murrled Women and C'liildruii
May depoolt money aothat
koonk'klnk can'uiiaw it.
pen eiery bsalnaaa day from a rn. to 3 p.m.
nd haturday erenmg for HAVINU IIKPOBIT!)
only, frnm c to 8 o'clock.
"irtf W. HTBLOP. Trea.iirat.
CITY N1TI0NU BANK
Capital - - 100,000
W. P. IIAL.L.IDAY, PrldBi
A. B. SAFFOUU, Caableri
Uto. II. nilllamaoa,
A. B. Nafford.
W. 1. HallUtr,
Boat. II. Ciialaghaai
Uxoliange, Coin aud
V. H . lioiid Bought
urjiKUAu 'lTAiCiira bchijicrn.
FIRST HIIip BANK
BAMIKI. MUBD, froaldrait;
Collections Promptly Made
Exchange, Coin, Bank Note
and United Ntatea Mecnrl
tie Bought and
latereat Allowed on Tine Oenoslta.
y W. THOlATO.
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LATH AND LUMBER
Between Commercial and WAsb
CAIRO, IldaLIN OTH.
Ageata for Rock River Paper
CeBjpaBj't Nuetuhlntg Felt and
II.W. John's Improved Roof
inffalwnya on linml.
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
11 V Parker l. K. Blake
pARKKR Jk IlliAKGi
WHITE LEAD. ZINC, OILS
Window Glass and Putty.
Brush, Wall Paper. Wludow Hit
95 OHIO L.EVEE,
JE GREEN WAIil
STEAM EHBINFS, BOILERS,
Gopper and Sheet Iron Work
M. 848 East Pearl Stmt.
DO R A H
The Gakeiton (Texas) jVctci very
Mfisibly sayii that in order to success
fully fight tho Radicals, "we (tho Dem
ocracy) must take the constitution u it
is and do th best we can with it and
CuiF.F-JiiHTiCF. Ciiahk intends visit
ing the West soon, the object nf his
journey being the itnproremont of his
health. lie is to lay the corner stone
of the water cure establishment about
being built at the Jlctfacsda Mineral
Springs. He is to have a brilliant re
ception upon his arrival at Waukesha,
and an imposing escort upon the ears
from Milwaukee or Chicago, whichever
point hp reaches first, is to bo one of
the features of the occasion.
(iov. Geary, of Pennsylvania, re
cently made a rather contradictory
speech on the occasion of a serenade.
He declared he was not a candidate for
the presidency, aud could not be drag
ged out, and that his ambition was to
retire to the shades of private life. But
if his fellow citizens insist on dragging
him out, he will come, and do the best
he can. (lood Geary. Hut the in
dications are that he will be allowed to
reach the goal of his ambition, at least
so far as the presidency is concerned.
7.054' OF HELICS OF THE PAST.
Among the saddest losses that the
country has had to mourn for some time,
says the New York Herald, is the de
struction of the old Colonial and Rev
olutionary buildings by fire at Alexan
dria, Va., on the 19th inst. The
country is just getting old enough to
cherish warmly the memories and relics
of its young days, and when it is known
that among the houses destroyed by,
this fire were the Masonic lodge of
which Washington wan the Master, and
the old Colonial Court House in which
his provincial troops were quartered
in 1754, from the door of which Brad-
dock marched to his defeat in 1755,
and in which ex-Preiident Washing
ton gave bis last vote, in 1791), a feel
ing of genuine sorrow is likely to come
over hcartn. We could better have
spared many richer and grander edi
fices. These relics are things that cer
tify the truth of history, and in this
age ot iconoclasm, when it is argued that
William Tell andShakspeareare myths,
there is no certainty that ere long some
irreverent eucmy of the past may not
propose to prove there was no such per
son as George Washington. The old
revolutionary flags in tho Court House
were saved, however, the flag of
Washington's body guard, the flag of
Paul Jones and that of a company of
Alexandria Continentals. These lessen
the misfortune in somo degree, but it is
a greater loss than busy Yankceland of
to-day has time to brood over, this loss
of tho grand old landmarks of tho rev
NOTES OF THE DAY.
Kansas ladles hold "pieplant" festival!.
Knlcr Billy ii said to bo a practical
There are- leis than soven thouiand In
dians in California.
Delaware county Joili furnish tlie pris
onora with cigars froo.
Tlio Jupancsu have given up trying to
like California wine.
Mexico proposes to have a revolution if
Juarez is re-elected.
A Harrisburgh lady gave hor baby a
playful toss and broke its neck.
Mrs. Fair thinks she will live to dance
on tlio grave of tho judgo who tried her.
New York saw a brilliant blue meteor
by moonlight alono, love, the other night.
"Nasby" bus mado a contract with tho
Messrs. llarpors lo write twenty poems for
Mr. McQarrahan has withdrawn his
suit for llbol against Mr. Murtiugh of the
Tlio Now Orleans Timet suggests that
Darwin's now theory should be renamed,
"Tno Monkoy Wronch."
An Indiana man threatens to ttiou local
paper for saying ho has six wives. Hotter
uso the money for divorces. k
The Chicago Rt publican has so many li
bel suits on hand that It suggests a mass
meeting of tho poople having suits against
Th sweetest thing in earrings l an
aquarium of rock crystal flllod with water
In which swim small wliale, lobsters and
Tho Washington ghost, which fright
ened several young ladles almost to death,
has been captured. It was a genial' Wil
Tlio bsrron honor conforrod on Miss
Burdott-CoutU Is a recognition of ominont
public services In too beneficent adrntnis
tr .itlon nf a colossal fortune. Thoro was
in h hltiorv of Eneland when
Abe maidtm founders of hospitals and mis-
slops ana tho Duiiaors oi cnuroues toum
tko the -veil and recelvo tho abbatial
hmalnr. urtlh tho rlchts of pccrosics, and n
proxy In the councils of tho peers. Tho
L t i.. n..lti l "i.ii. u.tll
peerage; oi auu Aujr ejuiu..-wmw., ,
however, confer on hor little that sbo hns
not already possessed, for the procodenco
Which H will giro hor can hardly Ada any
thing to hor social position. The boner
conferred on her, if not frequent, is nt
least not exceptional, peerages which were
lone in abevanco being some
times revived in favor of n fomalo repre
sentative of tho family, and sometimes on
tho wives of distinguished men, as in tho
case of tbo wife of Mr. Disraeli. Tho fam
ily of the Karl do Qroy and Jiipon, of the
Ilih Commission, can furnish another in
stance of a lady receiving a peerage In her
own right. His lordship Is third Ear do
Grev. ''the first curl beinc a countess," de
scended from tho famous Karls of Kent.
Tho coronet conferred on Miss Burdett
Coutts will derive its vnluo moro from tlio
merits which havo won it than from it
pearl or strawberry loaves.
Miss Coutts is "tlio youngest of four
daughters of the well-known Hlr Francis
Burdett, who married Sophia, the daught
er of Thomas Coutts, the famous banker,
and sister of tho .Marchioness of unto and
Confess of Guildford. Mr. Coutts left all
his fortune some $15,000,000 to his wid
ow, who bad been at ono time Miss Har
riet Mellon, the actreii. She married the
Duke or St. Albans in lBUV. Jiving in
1837. the fortune of her husband reverted
to his family by her will. She mado Miss
Angela Georgiana Burdett, tho daughter
of Sir Francis Burdett, her role heiress,
with tbo condition that she should nssumo
thu name of her grandfather. Miss Bur-
delt-Coutts was then 23 years of age, the
youngest daughter of an anoicr.t family
who were baroneU since 1G18 just six
years after tho first patent was granted by
the monarch ' planning tho
Plantation of Ulster, and before a hundred
bad received this dignity of hereditary
knighthood. Her father, if not ono of the
most distinguished, was certainly ono of
the best known and most radical of tho
Enelish politicians. His popularity was
so great that "apoloon intended to make
him president of tho Republic which bo
proposed establishing in Kngland after the
capture of London by the Imperial troops.
Hits UoutU never married, novwimsiana-Int-
that her famllv position and wealth
could have secured for her a magnificent
settlement. Inhoritine none of the radi
cal predilections of her father, sho devoted
her fortune to fostering tho Es
tablishment and to other works
of religion and charity, endowing
churches, supporting foreign mis
sionary establishments, improvinc schools.
and withdrawing Magdalens from their
sin. She erected tbo cliurcn, parsonage
and three schools of St. Stophcn s, West
minster, and another criurcn at Unrlisio.
Sho endowed the three colonials bishopries
of Adelaide. Capo town and British Col
umbia. Sho also devoted a larco sum to
a mission to .tbo aboriginics of South
Australia. Sho contributed in a palnccy
manner to tbo fund for Sir Henry James'
survoy of Jerusalem. Sho built a Magda
len Asylum at Shepherd's Bush. Beiiov-
ingtnal prevention was ueucr iuiui cur;,
she endeavored to save a large number of
women by Improving tho character of
the education imparted in schools. Sho
also took means to pro
vide tho women or bpital
hclds with sewing and other work. On
the site of tho Nova Scotia Gardens, she
erected tho well-known model dwellings,
called Columbia Square. Close to it was
laid out a lino market, which Is ono of the
architectural wonders of London. Sho
has done much to assist emmigralion from
all parts of theUnited Kingdom. In ad
dition to theso bountiful outlays sho dono
much to aid deserving artists, and in every
branch ol art sho is a liberal nna juaictous
nntroness. Hor ncoroco is to all ovonts
and purposes a life poerago. and as her
brothor, Sir Robert Burdett, is childless,
it is not likely that nor parent proviues
for its reversion to him or his holrs.
JV. 1'. IforW.
A nnn Ttrntvslnr u-ritOS that On tU0
ll.ImP Anrtlnlnnf I'.fmrn Rnnmn Princesses
and othor ladles prosonted tho Popo with
a splendid carpet, worked by their own
IIHIIU3, mi " .- - -
nlvn. tlin Imnnillrllfin tn thn I.nffrii of tho
Vndonn If h pvnr I'lrps it ai'iitn. ''which."
sho says, "pleaso hoavon ho moy." Sho
adds: "Tho Baldlchino used on such oc
casions is ono hundred and six years old,
and like tho former carpet, quite worn out;
so anoiner aui oi luuiua cuuiriumcu uiumu
enough to buy a magnificent now one, and
that Saturday it was presented to tho Holy
Fathor in his privato audianco chamber.
Thoro were about ono hundred ludies
present thoso who had contributed to the
purchase. Tho Baldlchino top is of red
velvet, with tho Pepal arms embroidered
in gold; tlio buck ot tuo Jialuiclilno has a
winto cloth of silver centor, richly worked
u'llli AmKI A "wnn manl o. upnlinil it n limad
rod bordor and golden filngo. It is a
splondid affair, and Ibopoto sco all mat
ters noitieu Bmaicauiv, onu nn iioiinusa
glvo his blessing to Christian. Turk, Jow
and Pagan under its rich
hanging somo flno luster
day. This Is a womanish wish, but nono
tho worso for that. Thoro was a gay
turnout of Papaline fomlnino grandees on
tho occasion, In tho prosenco of tho Pope
women must be dressed in black and wear
voils. This was a flno chanco for black
satins and volvots and thread luces, and
as diamonds can be worn in court mourn
ing, thoy glitter brightly. Tho veil, or
jaco mantilla, Is a picturcaquo costume, es
pecially with tho present stylo of hair
dressing, so of courso this little Palpaplue
crowd of ladies mado a flno show. The
Holy Fathor mado us a nice little spooch
In reply, to tho short litt'o spcoch which
was read by ono of tho ladles. Thoro was
nnthlni. nnltlln..! ..I.I n olllinr liiln. Thn
..v.... .'UII.IV.UI ORIU UM Wl.i.w. " " " ..w
Pope looked, aa afonaignnr Pseea a!d to
me a few minutes before His Holincs,
onterod, "as well and brisk and energotlc
as ho has any timo in thoso ton years past."
His voico was firm and strong, and ho
walked without cano or asslstanco of any
kind; ho seemed well enounh to last ten
years longer, and ten moro-to tho ond of
mat. When he alluded to tho Infidelity
of tho prcsont day, his dark brown oyes
flashed as bricbtlv as thov did on his tri
umphant Jubileo year, when I first saw
him, threo vcars aco. Plus IX Is a re-
mnrkableman, and, as Dr. Taussig says of
ntm ana Jrathor Hex, tho General or tbo
Jesuits, a man ot over oitthty years of aeo.
"flno examples, both of what a strictly
tcmpcrato, upright nro can bring to old
The Savannah Moraine Nows vouchs
for tbo truth of tho following Kuklux
story: About ten miles south of Dublin,
Laurens county, Georgia, lives anold nun
nnd his two sons, all strong, ablo bodied
men, but miserably lazy; so much, so is
to be a burden' upon the ' IriaTus'trfoui
community in willed tnoy live. They had
planted a "lootlo crap," welch had oboyod1
the laws of nature, and shot up above tho
surface; but tho moro strong and luxuri
ant crass threatened t'estrtiction to the
crowlnir corn. The neighbors witnessed
tho conduct of the old man and his sons
an easy IndilTcrenco to consequence and
a perfect carelessness as to tho result of
their crop prospects. In tho "stilly
ntcht" when all naturo slcnt. and no man
thought of crossing his peaceful threshold.
a hlrrid-looking band of bloody heads and
bare bones might havo been creeping
cautiously to that old man's door. Calling
tho old gentleman out, tho chief, in husky
tones, announced to him that his mission
on earth was to instruct him to plow his
land. Tho old gentleman and his sons,
all trembling ntthe sight of theunearthh
visitors and direful tones, asked with
what must tho plow; would an ox do?
"Yes," answered tho chief demon'
"anything." Assured that thoir orders
would bo complied with, tho unwelcome
Kuklux withdraw. Tho old man and
his sons gazed at each other in mute
astonishment, evidently determined to
earn their bread in future, by tho swoct
of their brow. Tho schoolboys, in passing
uy tho grass eaten farm next day,
witnessed tho singular sight of tho old
man plowing with all his might, amd
ono of his sons driving tho other who was
pulling the plow through the matted grass
with tho strength nnd facility of n beast
Gf Mrs. Sherman, wito of Gcncrnl
Sherman ; Mrs. Dahlgren, Miss Catharine
r. needier, una other ladles or prominence
nro industriously crigaged, through tho
proper agencies, in procuring signatures
to a petition to Congress protesting
ainst nn extension of sudrago to
woman. In lurtheranco of their object a
monthly paper, called The Trite Woman,
is publisliea at Uaitlmoro under their
Of Michael Mahor, who sailed for
Liverpool last week, tho Boston
Tranterinl says: " He has been a faithful
employeo in the printing offieo of tho
Transcript for moro than forty years,
having entered it January P, 1831, He
goes to his native Iroland, which ho left
somo sixty years ago, when ho was a lad
of elevon, and now visits for tho first
t&& Dr. Trank, tho principal medical
witness tor Mrs. r air sued heron .Monday
for $2,100 for medical services. Ho sent
an officer with an attachment to tho Bank
of California but found that all her funds
had lust been drawn out on a check
paynblo to hor mother. Mrs. Fair thinks
sho will live to dnnco on tho irravo of thn
Judgo who tried her.
A loiter from tho Siamos twins.
dated from their home, May 5, says that
unang s arm nns ucconie so still tnat ne
can no longer bring it forward. His leg
is ol a little moro fcrvico man Doioro as
ho can move it forward whilo walking
and bear his weight upon It.
J GEORGE BTEINUOU8E
Cor. 8th St. and Commercial ar.,
I IV THE PERRY HOUSE
Sharp Rsieri. CUan Towtls a d Skill
Ladies' nnd Children'a Hair Cut and Shampooned
eillier at tun anon or
AT THEIK OWN HOMES.
Oentlemen'a Whla Iters and Hair I)yed in aacien
title manner, and atlafactlonxunianleed.
JTOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
The Great Soothing Retried
Mrs. Cures colic nnd griping 1 Price,
WMTfOMn'N J in th liowe a, und U- I ti
I clllliiteH the protein CI fCenta.
t, teething J
nnd jveiromen nil dis
ease incident to In
fanta and children.
Curi'i diarrhea, Ulten.
tery nnd summer com.
ll iitlie Great Infanta and Children'!, HnothlnK
Remedy In all diaorder brolinlit on by Teething
or any oiher oauie. Prepared by the
oiurrow medicine cJ., st. i,oui. jio.
Hold ly Druggist ami Dealers in Medlcino
OHIO LEVI: 12, CAIRO.
FULTON & SONS, . - Proprietors.
Art) Mow la Fall Operation. i
Messrs. Fulton i Sons are prepared to furni
all kinds of Flour of the beat qua ity, and also
Mill Feed of nil kinds. Q rah am Flour, in sacks
or In less quantity, mad from the beat White
fill i s
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
"OOD AND COAL.
JB1, IaVC. WAED
Ii preparej to deliver thsbc.t
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
in any part of th) city, in any quantity dcmicd.
nn abort uotic.
Coal Delivered at $4 50 Per Ton.
OPFICB Orer Heerwart, Orth Co.' alove
tore, twodoora above thocornor of Eighth street
and Commercial arenue. decr.it
jgion i jbihJoatzoIv.
Board and Tuition per annum, S22G.
, HELLWUTH LAMES' COLLEGE
Inaugurated by If. K II Priiirn Jtrinur. lin.r.l
and tutlon pvrnnnnm, I'realdent, the Very
R' T.I.felltnuth,D. I)., Doan nf Huron Hor
particular aprdr lo JUjor Evan", I Omlon, Canrabi
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOT AND SHOE MIKED
Between Washington Ave Sc Poplar St
Boot and Stioen Haitr lo Sil lier, t'lnea
GLASSWARE and HOUSE FUKXiMIl
85 &nd 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete atocli ol
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Calabaw
Wo sell ezcluaWelv for Caah. tn which (act we
iQTito the attention of closo bargain buyers
Special attention aWen to filling orders.
(1 D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 7(1 Ohio Levee,
Npeclnl attention given to Consign
went and I'lIIIiiK Ortlra
W. Stratton. T. ilird.
gTUATTOX Oc Hlltls,
uccfttnors to Strtitlnn. Hudson & Clark.)
37 oizio ijDEsxraaia
AlcenH ol Atiierleau Powder Co., huh
Mniiuraeturvr .ticrutn for C'ottou Viim
"7 ALEX T I X 1 1 KEHCll'M
Cor. 8tli St. & Washington nvo.,
Cairo. - - - Illinois
la auppiien inth the frcaliett ,
Groceries, Ur.en anil Dried anil Can
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butte'
An4Terytlnn elo needed lor family supply
It I In short cue ol the bvit stocked Krocenea ia
th cltr. ..... ....
A eontlnuftce of public- putronst is respectlully
yjW. Ml. SCICUTTER,
mporter and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
AkcqI for beat branda nf
OREAK AND STOCK ALE
Iinportoci A.loa ofdlf
Wo. 75 OHIO IsEYEK
JP M. STOCKFLETH
(Snccea.or lo Tohfe .t SlockflothJ
Ifectiflcr nnd Wliole.4alr Denier in For
eign nuil Domestic
LIQUORS, WW, TC.
78 Ohio Tevce,
CAIRO - - - ILL.
He keep, on limlrnnstntlr, a lull stock of
Old Kent tieky Ilourlion, Kye and Xou
ongiilicla IVIilsklcs, French II ran
die, Holland (tin. Kalnn
and California Viucs.
James Kennedy .
Mil MO VI nil D BUILDER
I prepared to do all kinds of
iiot'.si: novixo, nousr. raiusq.
AND 4 . &
Rcpalrlno; of Every Description
On tho iimut rea.onable terms. Orders left at the
rt aidencn of Mr. Kenneily, on Confer eireet, tW
door.t, thn new ai-hool buildlna'.'or addrrased to
tne raro oi v. u. uox io, or in uuiieun omro,
will receive, prompt attention. myltf
J AM EM KYNAHXON
AND DEALER IN ALt
KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Cor. 10th and Poplar St.,
lluvn and eltughtera only tho beat cattle, bofa
and ahaep, and ii prepared to HU any demand lr"
freah meanta trout one pound to ten thousand
PEOPLES' MEAT MARKET
CHAS. GAYER & CO., Prop'ra.,
Keep contantly on hand the bestof Beel. Pork,
Mtllter, Veai, Lamb, Sausage, ruddinjr.
Presli white lard in any quantity .corned beef, to
aluay "h hand. , ,
llrilera filled promptly and satisfaction war.
yyALTEU X, MALONY.
AND DEALERS 1K.
Eighth St., between Washington k
AdJotnliiK RtttenUoaae lUaya,
Keep the best of Beel, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Lamb.
Hauaage, etc., Aid are prepared to aarra citiatu
m tho moat acceptabln munner. ocUSdU
JJEA'JTS MEAT I
Hits Ileniored to Winter's Block, aad
Opened a First-Class
He will keep Always on Innd tho best of Meat of
At the lowest prices, (lire him a call.
i. j. oiui, ii. c. cier. . . iodwic.
Corner Sixth nnd Walnut Htreet,1
OAKES, CADY & CO., Proprietors.
QOMMEUCI AL HOTEL,
Commercial Ar., Opposite Pott OMH
JOSEPH DAYLISS, Proprietor.
The House Ituawly turnlihtd and affmto tHa
publln flrt-laa accommodatioa . HTH