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THE CAIRO DAILY
BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MARCH, 11, 1873.
JjllNILOUKllLY, Edtlnr and Publisher
"TKIM1S OKTHlTuAUA i'ULLETlN :
Ono week, by carrlor $ 23
Ono year hy carrier, In ntlvatico 10 00
Ona year by carrier t( not pild In
' ndvanco H 00
Vno month, by malt 100
J'breo month 3 00
Sir months 0 W
Ono year , 10 00
TtIK DOLLAR WEEKLY UITLLKTIN
John H. Oberly lias reduced the subscrip
tion prlco of tho Weekly Cairo Hulletin
tt Ono Dollar ycr nnnum, making It the
choapostpaperpubllshod In Southern Illinois
PUST TO DUST.
MllS. ANNIE M,
SIUtMO.N ItYllUV. n. . tii.yi:ii.
Tho funeral services of Mr?. Annlo M. L.
Jlumctt took place on Sunday morning h-t.
A hrgc circle of friends gathered at the
house aUho hour or 101 o'clock a. in. The
Iter. V. L. 'rhomion. pastor oftlie Methodist
L'piscopal church, offered an appropriate and
leeling prayer, after which tho remain
were borne to the yirt Prcbytcrtan church,
Mcfrs. Parsons HyMop, ltarrlay, Lausdcn,
Coxl Fisher, Woolen. Halley, Stllwcll, Yo
cum, Maihit" and Whitlock ofuVI.illns ns
Tho pastor and members of tho Mcthodlt
church met with the members of the Pres
byterian society to par the lt fad services
of respect and alfcctlon to tho dead. Tlic
c jurch wat full and many of tho
congregation were compelled to Maud.
Tho services began with prayer by the ltcv.
l L. Thoui'Oii. This was followed by tho
choir singing the beautiful hymn,
How blest the Christian when he dtos," ;
In which tho congregation Joined with the
choir, After tho reading of tho scriptural
lccon, the choir sang
"Nearer my God to Thee,"
Tho favorite hymn of tho deceased. The
sermon was delivered by ltcv. 11.1). Thayer,
from tho fourteenth chapter of John, MM,
second, and third vrrice; words which have
comforted many i'j lug .hrUtian, nud been
tho balm of Gilead to the aching hearts of
bereaved friend forages. Alter the sermon,
an opportunity w.i given the congrega
t'm to view the colllned remain ol lier
fur whom thesa services wero held, and
p, j'.ably four hundred persons locked upun
hcrpi acelul rountcnance.
AftT tho la-t farewell of hiHband, par
'i, fister and brother, the collln wasclosed
nn 1 the pall-bearers wcro called on to per
lorm the sad duty or carrying the remains to
tiic renting place prepared by tho hand of af
fection lor the loved ami lost. The liiner.ll
concourto was composed of a very large
number of friend? and acquaintance, all ot
whom felt tho deepest sympathy for the be
r jvrJ family. At the tomb, the
c'aolr fang, "Shall wo gather at
the Itlvcr." Tho burial service
wa prououncd by llov. II. H. Thayer,
the scnlecs closing with the benediction by
llev. r. L. Thomson.
"Thy palo hand arc folded,
U beautiful taint.
On thv bo-om o chilly and dew-wet;
And tho smllo of tbyllp
Is as solemn and talm
As tho beam of n Nor'laud sunset."
"Let not your heart be troubled: ye be
lieve In God. believe also in ine.
In mv Father hou-e tiro many mansions:
if it wire not so I would have told you. 1
no to prepare n place for you.
And If igoto prepare n place for you, 1
will come again and reecho you unto myself;
that when I am there yo may ItonUo.
iJohnxIv. 1, 2 and 3.
It was with such precious words ns tho
foregoing, that Christ comforted his troub
led disciples, presenting btiforo thuir
minds tho certain liopo of Heaven nnd its
fully prepared Joys. Theao words abound
richly with those nscurances, vhat so hap
pily administer n holy calm to unxlous
hearts and yourning spirits. In all they
lay, In nil" they promise, there is pure,
rich, Christian convolution, such us tho
world can neither give nor tako away.
And what adds infinitely to thoir vuluo,
is, they era tlio words of Christ himself.
a in gmd for your cakes that theso uro
( lirist's words. No mortal over gavo
them to tho church. 1 rejoin to know
that theso words contuin tbu blessed rns
sa.'jo of tho dear Savior to his believing dis
ciides. In that inemoruhle tublo-talk, of
winch tho text forms n conspicuous part,
thcro is 'the savor of lifo unto lifo'' tho
truo gospol-balm for troubled spirits.
Happy, indeed, is it for us, that tho great
Redeemer so couiforloth li U children.
In speaking from theso words, upon this
rorrowful occasion, I rcmurl; :
lit. That tboy wore specially
needed, lit Just tho tinio they
wcro uttered. Tho time, placo
nnl circumstances combined to call tliein
fcrth. It wai night. Christ was witli his
Ui cinles in tho upiier room in .Icrusaloin.
Xtir last supper bud just bom instituted,
.lulls, tho apostate, hud gone out to betray
bis Lord. They wero ulnne. Tho baso
betrayal uud cruciDxion v. ere
i. hand. Christ was very soon
to loavu Ills littlo baud of fullpwors. Im
mediately, ns you know, when Judas whs
t-ono out from that upper rouui, .lesus snid
now Is the Sou of Man glorified." "Littlo
hildreu, yet n littlo whllo I am with you."
Theso sayings startled tho ditclples, They
worn Ej'prohensivu, Thoro wore, In them,
tho ominous iorobodlngs of 111. Their
learls sank within them. They wctn
troubled at what tbey saw and heard. It
was evident to tbeui, ibut their
Teuchor, Auvlour ami I rn-nu was
rtbout to co libneo. ot fully under-
ilandn g all thoso ilrango rc ne, nnd
t'lranccr words, tncy wero wrcatly cast
iljwn. Then 'Simon l'utor said uuto him
Lord wither gortl thou? Jesus oris
wcrod him, whither I go thou canst not
follow mo now, but thou shult follow mo
afterword." Literally truu of 1'itcr, for
lin fullered martyrdom like hi maiter,
'1 ben lVlcr said unto him why cannot 1
fwliow thco now 1 1 will lay down my
bro for thv sul.0. roor rticr no know
not the weaknes? of his own strength
PjIIv conscious Of tho fe-lings uud
ilesiiondencv of the disciples ChtUt Imme
diately followed, wltn tho over mninoriiblo
wtitus of tho text Let not your henrt
bo troubled. In ujjt ratbor liouso uro
many mansions. I go to prepare a placo
for you. I will coiuo ugain and receive
you unto rnvfi-lf: that where I om there
vii rimll Ui ului." Glorious announce
metitl Full of glad tidings of great joy.'
In thut ''houio not made with hunds utur
rial In tho heavens." In tho Fathur
homo, in ' tho house of Htm who i
"Iriuif of '.vines and lord of lords" there
nru insnsious of rest, boincs for the pooplo
of God. Jcstis has gone on Wore, by tho
way of the cms, to make ample provls
ions, toprovide all things, and as un advo.
cato of his people, to have ull things In
readiness fcr tho rccoption and completo
Ltpplnesiof those who trust in Him. A hi
peaceful ones, "Jet ool your heart bo
troubled." Where H Is, thero shall you
U also. This ws the comfort thoso dlt
cIdIci nided Just then.
ntJ. Thcontoltton conUlned In the
loxt Is wlsoly, purposely and most hap
pily designed to encourngo and sustain all
tho disciples of Christ, la nil their various
trials nnd oxporlcnceJ, as they journoy
through lifo. Especially U this truo with
reference to the trusting ono, when "going
down tho valloy, tho deep dark valloy.'1
wnai woras.or enctir, wuav noie oi joy,
what a spiritual staff for tho dying Chris
tain to lean upon; ft soothing balm
for many an aching boart. Dlcsscd words,
of holy consolation for tho believing dls
clplo whon "heart nnd flesh" nro falling.
Just tho words that tho christian wouiU
tnosldoslro to havo his Savior uttor.
Theso words, elioson as a text, wcro ox-
ceodlngly comforting to hor, whoso re
mains wo commit to Kinurcu uusv iu-uiv.
Mrs. Annlo M. L. IJurnclt, whoso
poacoful and triumphant deatli
was only a going homo,
was horn in Philadelphia, To., April 0th,
1848. Sho moved to Cairo, Ills , at tho
ago of sovonteoti. Was nmrrled to 3Ir.
i;. a. liurnolt on mo a ay ot uccom
her, leC5. After a lingering nnd painful
Illness sho,"fell asleep In .Tcsus," Sabbath
morning, Slarch '.'d, 1873, at her own
homo In this city. Sho was a great suf
ferer and a patient ono, bocauso the grace
of Christ sustained her. All that loving
friends and kind physicians could ilo
for her, was most cheerfully dono.
Her Savior's words, in tho first few verses
of tho Wth of John, containing so much
good news for her, were lnoxprossibiy dear
to lior; nnu ror tuoso reasons my wuru
solcctod as a text for this occasion. Thoy
comforted hor in tho "swellings of Jordan."
A dutiful daughter, devotod wife, rond,
loving mother and cherished sister, hns
passed quietly tindor tho rod, nnd entered
into rest with exceeding peace.
Ah "blcised aro the dead which die in the
"Tho bitlcriiCM of death Is past.'
Her two littlo daughters sho committed
to tho u.uo of her dear mother, with tho
dying request that sho would rear thorn
as tho had reared tier own cuuuren. xuni
mother can but feel tho force of tho poet's
" A charge to keep I have."
Somo tbings united to makothis chris
tian's deatli both beautiful and signillcunt.
In tho early sprlng-timo thut emblem of
tho resurrection from tho dead, very early
in tliu morning of tbu resurrection,
In tho deep still quiet of the holy Sab
bath morn, "as it began to dawn towiirds
tho llrst day of tho week," peacefully, qui
etly, and without n struggbi or u sigh, sho
passed away from earth and entered into
"the joys of her Lord." This was hor
w ish, lier iluilro. Sho fuin would go home,
if so it pleased her heavenly Father, on
tho Lord s dav. Hor wish was granted,
and early Sabbath morn, sho ascended to
tuat happy realm, wncro 'aauuauis never
end," "So ho e'vel'1 '' beloved
sleep." Another volco has joined
tho chorus of tho skies.
Ono of her last nets, on this sido of the
dividing lino, wm to join her fccblo voice,
with thoso of her friends, in singing hor
favorite hymn : ".Nearer my God to tbeo.1'
Softly nniLswcetly fell tho notes of that
cran I old hvmn on tho still morning air.
To that sister in Christ, whoso trials nro
all o'er, nnd who has entered into rest,
these lines wcro precious anu lull ot mean
ing: "My latest sun sinking fast,
My race U nearly run,
My strougot trials now aro part,
My triumph is begun.
1 know I'm Hearing the holy ranks
Oflrieiidinml kindred dear.
For I brush the dews on .Ionian's
The cresting must bo near.
Thy father will grlovc; old faith beyond
They know tout nngcli lnvo homo thee
Thy sister will listen, pcrchanco forgetting.
Will listen, thy musical tone to hear,
Will feel thy soft fingers hor hand cnrcsslmr,
Dreaming too lormol herlov'd onclsnear;
And dreaming alas, will 'waken to sadness,
And dreaming perchance, may 'waken to
rorhet.darllng who'io ltfc-thrcad soon was
The sister who lies In n dreamless sleep.
Adorning thy brow tho sweet crown of wife
hood; Ah! how tho tears of thy husband will start,
Ai ho remembers how sweetly his darling I
llrcathcd out her life, folded closo to his
Ilcautiful sleeper! thy young brow In Icy,
Yet sweet is thy rest, so young and so fair,
It seems as wo watch In sllcnco beside thco
The glory of angels Is glinting thy hair.
Ilcautiful sleeper 1 thy dear littlo children,
Have lost a dear friend, tho tendered, best,
No more their soft hands, thy bright hair
No more to their rcid, bo rocked on thy
Oh Friendship I we know Shy chain Is all
Not one tarnished link to bring us regret;
Though time from ourown grief may seek to
The friend we have lost wo ran never
lleautiful sleeper! tho i-prliig-tlnio U coming,
llringlng her treasures of fragrance nud
Sweet llko the rocs thy dear hand have
Soon, precious friend, she will drop on thy
We lay thee down gently, beautiful sleeper 1
Lay thee to rest noar thy once happy
While tho frail ca'ket lies, down In earth's
Tho Jewel shall thine where storms may
COMMISSION AND 'OH WABDINU.
t'ORWAHDINQ and COMMISSION
MRU till A NTS.
DEALERS IN FJ OUR;
SHIO lUTEll AMD KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvric,
MAIN CltOSS STKEET.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccosiori to E. D. nndrtcs Jt Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
I've almost reached my heavenly home,
jtvt-ptrii touuiy sines,
Tho holy ones, behold, they come,
1 hear tho uolse of wing,"
flood stabling connected with the houc,
and sample room for commercial traclcr.
Freo onmlhtis to and from all trains,
2-0 Cmd. .1. M. DAM RON, Proprietor.
Llternl Atsnrimpiiis mad tsSSt
nj.cu CoiialitomtnU. JSfl
Are pr;rrit to rccelro, (tira and torwsrd
frelhte to all point nt buj u I
sell od commi-xiuo,
)9nulDP9i iirnled to rrmni.tlT.
On Commercial avenue, between Twellt
and Thirteenth streets. "V
GUF.STS WILL FIND GOOD ROOMS AND
THK VKKV BEST OF BUDS
.AT THIS HOUSE:
Tranient Patronage Solicited.
Mits. nLLr.NMcCAitTtiv, Propr.
O come, angel band,
Come and around ma stand
Hear mo away on your snowy wings
To my immortal home."
I!y thoso who witnessed it, it is said
nothing could exceed in calm, happy con-
tiding trust, mat sorone ana peacotui
death. Christ was all in nil to her. Ho
preparod n placo for her, then enmo and
called her homo, that whoro Ho was she
might bo nlso.
In viow of what has transpired in our
midst during tho past few
weeks, I esteem it n groat
privllego when duty calls to point to tho 1
dying bed of tho triumphant Christian.
Thcru it no mistaking tho cvidonco. Tho
testimony from tho ooruor-iauu is unmis
takably clear and positive That voice that
soundod so clear from out tho deoponing
shadows of death, was tho voico ofn happy
hoir of immortality. That song was ono
of victory. Thai smilo was tho lightini:
up of tho soul. That great, deep peace
was tho triumphings of faith.
That poacoful resignation was
tbu fruit of sustaining grace.
Thero can bo no misinterpreting the signs,
seals, nnd vouchers of believing faith in
Christ. Tho Christian's dCAth-bcd rovcals '
them in glorious realities. 1 rejoico that
it has pleased tho Father, to ioavo tho
abundant ovidences with us, in this world
so full of funerals and graves.
Death lias beon "swallowed up victory"
loo oltcn to admit of a shadowing doubt.
What our oyes havo seen and ears have
hoard cannot bo gainsaid. Ot tho
doath-bed of this departed one
it waj sublimely truo, that
"A holy quiet reigned around,"
Causing ono to tool,
How blcsed tnc righteous when mio dies.'i
What multitudes havo gone
on before us, to mat nappy
shore, who in lifu'i last hours, could say
trom tuo boart "I Know that my ueuccmer
Ilviilh. All, thoro is no iiiletaKlng the
evidence, thank Ood. In parting for a
season with this dear companion, sister and
rrlcml, theso mourning onus "Sorrow
not even us others which havo
no hone." They know, that all is well
with dor. And theso dour friends may
live my prayer is that tlicy will so live
that bo mm byo they will "all moot
again never lo savor, whoro pcaeo will
wreathe her chain rounu inem torovor."
Follow on, my dour fronds, to know moro
and yet moro of Christ, and liiin crucified.
Llvo for Christ, una when dying no win
sustain you even us ho tusUined lier, who
uks paKscd on ticroru you. The iord bless
this afllictlou to you and all this people.
iholollowing lines nro truly appropri
ate: "Sister, thou wast mild anil lovely,
(ientlo as the summer breeze,
l'loasaiit as the air of evening,
When it floats among tho trees.
Peaceful ho thy silent slumber,
Peaceful lu thu grave below,
Tlinii n moro will join o-ir number,
Thoii.no more our songs shall know.
llloasfld btcr, thou bat left il,
Here thy los wo deeply feel;
Hut 'Hi Uod that hath bereft us,
lie can ull our sorrows heal.
Vet again wo hope to meet Ihee,
When tho day of life Is lied.
When in heaven with joy to greet thee,
Where no farowcll tear IsMied,"
Sil'.O. 1. FAY, Proitrlptor.
Watch kept day nnd night, for boats and
TKKMS TWO DOLLARS PKR DAY.
S. D. Aykks. K. .J. AYKltfl
AY KRS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Onto Leve, Cairo, Ills.
Ohio Levee, corner of Sixth street,
2-1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Comer Public Square,
Tlds house has recently been repaired and
furnished newly throughout. It Is conveni
ent to the business houses and the court
house. Uood sample rooms.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o orery description,
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAR POSTS
DOOltS, SASH, BLINDS
KuraloliH'l on rbortnat notice.
Comuioroial-av, bot. 10th and lllh-sbj.
From the Cairo Sun. .
To the memory of Mrs. Annlo Massto L.
ituruett. Ucipcctfully Inscribed to her
Ilcautllul sleeper, in vain we havo called
Again, and again, to waken once moro.
The angel have home thee "ovcrlbo rlur,"
beautiful sleeper, thy llfe'.work U o'er.
A daughter so pure, so gentle, and lovely;
Ah! how thy mother will uiii! thco each
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of ovcry Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every stylo, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to fllass Olldlnp
Orders solicited for Scenery, Freteoo and
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
CI tit, plant and ornamental. All woik in-
trv-ted to mv cxru will li tirnimillv ni.
tended to. Suop In Perry House, coiner of
Commercial aeuuo ami r.iguw street,
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSKLORB AT LAW
WiUUm ll.(ircii, '
STHpMin. KtUntion niita to Ailmlisltr tad
or rioK onio lkvbc, hoomb 7 and 8 ovkb
CITY XATIOVAL UAVIC.
David T. Llnegur. John, hi, Lansdcn
LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
omen nn Bflvcnth street. Winter' block
old otllco of Llnegar, Munu &. Pope, 2-21-liu
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALEU IN
HAY, OATS, OORIS
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BRO.
eneral Commission Mercbants
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Railroad Advertise mo nts.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
tee Mils the nhortt Ronto
ClRlstjr MIIsms tlso Blsorswit Horslti
TO ST. LOUTS
NO OUANOE OF OARS
KIIOM CAtllO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIItO TO
Cincinnati, i.. Ilnnnpolls, Tnlmlo,
ueirou, uiPYeinno, pingHrK rim
lliiflslo, I'lllLutR, WwthlnKton.
llaltlmnre, IPhlUdelphls, No York.
Boston una all points east.
Mllwaukle, Janesllle, M.on,
LtCrosse, HI. Paul and all points north.
This U also the onlr direct route to
Doealur, llloomlnloD, HnnncoM,
Peoria, Oulncy, Keokuk,
Ilurltniiton, Hock NlinJ, Iji HaIIp.
MeodOI. Dlion. Krofrorl.
(Islena, Dubuqu. Hloui Ulljf,
iimana ami all points norinwcst.
Elegant Drawing Room Stooping Ca"
un nil mghi Trains.
"afKsge Cheeked to all Important point.
For tlckofa unit Itiformntmn. nnnlr to f. C. It.lt
depot t aire; on bnnnl tho truusit stosmer t
twou Columbus ami Cairo, nnd uttnopriucipit
rsllros I ticket oRIes lliroiixliout the south.
w. r. juun-iii, uen i fa. as; t, unicsjo.
A. mitcuill, inn l rup i, uiiicago.
JOHN B. PULLIS &, SON,
(Buccessors to John I). Phlllls,)
DEALERS IN IIAYCORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTI1-8T. and OHIO LEVE
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS tor FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levoo, CAIItO. ILLINOIS.
Z. I). MATHUBS.,
X. 0 .Ull I
MATflUSS & UUL,
Commissi oy Merc hants
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
WAG - M AN UFACTOR 1
T.jnNSON, Ap't. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On nnd aftor Monday, April 2tlh, 1872
trains win run ns follows:
tlAINS no l ml fOCIHUH.
Itnio Vlrilnm.. :40 a. m :3i p.m.
nnrinnriUM v:u -- a;ui
TmlorTlllo lo ..si g. r.
Arme t WnH. 11. to d.17
TKAISS aoixa XOSTUWIKT.
I.envo Pans 4.1m a. m .3.15 r. m
' Tv orl l 4.SO I.n "
Arrlre tSprinKflld...fl.l1 ' ,....e.W "
Le HpriniOeld. 0.8 " C 10 "
ArriTOKt VltKiniK 8.6 " 8. IS '
8 O U T n E II N DIVISION.
TBAINS 001NO Sal'TiltADT,'
."H1 Kdwood iMn. in.- ....10.10 p,tr
" Flora H.5 11.40 '
AnWx St tililWDrrt'll M & lit
IM SI ItiHAST TI4 II Kl St
1ST HVEJLIN" XjinSTE
noTAL MAIL NTCANKILI.
CAnnviXH the imiTisii mails
Steam Semi-Weekly Hotwoen
NEW YORK AND LIVERl'OOL
Pas-cnRcrs booked to London, (ilagow,
Londonderry, CarJitl, lirl.tol, and France,
Germany, -weden, Norway and Denmark
And From the above named jilarci to all the
principal uainvay station' in ine uinteii
.States on Through tickets.
For Salo at Wholcsulo or Retail.
COHNJCH 32D-BTHEET AND OHIO LKVI
niTlltt I f.'IKHHC
Has now on hand all kinds ol
DRY CORD AND STOVE WOOD
For sale. Lcavo orders at
YTM. KLUOE'S STORE,
Corner Sixth ami Commercial,
Or at corner of Twelith and Poplsr. tf.
Ass Rxiprlinrl NnrRPOis U Atlnrliixl
iu vara niramvr.
Tho attention of person wiMiiin: to srnrt
to the Old Country for their friend-. Itcallcil
to tho treat raclllties olfciVd by this cclo
bratcd Lino of Ocean Steamship, which has
been In successful operation since ISM, ami
number In its licet some ol tho largest, ni
well as tno lastcst steamers anoat.
r.C. I1BOW.V. fion'l Went AB'.
60 S. Market St., Chlcag ).
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CAN DICE,
LOCAL AGENTS, CAIRO.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAUARA, N. Y
OKFtNf AN1A, N. T..
A",tl - - l.OOS.TH 78
UAMOVXn, K. T
AnKllfl ... T2n ... nn
KKl'Ullt.IC, N. T.,
Assfts T14.928 on
Comprising the Unlorwrltr' AAmer.
TONKERf), K. T.,
Afcoln 87S 4l
Itrrln . 4.U.1M
tikemk.n'h fund, k. r.,
SKUUntTV, N. Y. MAllIKK,
HlOlfl. DtTrltlni?.. Vilrnllnr. Ilnlla .n.l f'.r
gnt-s, lnureil at rir an htcriblu m lound, pr
..i.ru, ppuuriiT win wnmaw
I rsupKitfully auk of the cltisoanol C.
snstvof their pntronaRC.
LtTtrpool Mw-Tork ahd rhllstlslphls
mots cOMtaicT with cnitid statss ard saitisu
Far Carrying the MsiU
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
or rrarnta inromiiioi
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot
lBDrosilway, Nfw-Vork, erto
Wanlilnirtnn Arenus Cairo, Illinois,
FOR SALE, ) Korgai. r FOR SALE
' I KrrHalo J
POR SALE. J kSJb'ioIfOK SALE
Faro from LivuitrooL,
Faro from Lonucndkrkt
Faro from Glahoow,
Faro from Qukknbtowm
TO CAIRO, t : : : : : : 4 8 20
"afiorihMortU .V Candre AccliH.
NTOVUN. TI.NWAKK, K'lC,
aim: made solely hy the
EXCELSIOR MANF'O COMPANY
ST. LOOLS, MO.
Aro iloiti' moro nnd
QiilrlH'r mill Cliriiper
Than any Stove of name con.
AND OPEUATE rF.RFI'tTrbV-
Will do your
(IVIl'U AMIS CLEAN.
W. 11. Morns,
H. II. C.nJte
Nn.Piiti. t'tl.H. rVitn
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
i watrE Aires.
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NOItTH AMERICA, PA.,
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Alict.. 2,S4 4,110 72
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AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets........ ISOU.oraj b
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE.
Af6t..... ............. ..y.i3,'iO,OiO 00
TRAVELERS', IIAItTFORD, LIFE AND
Asset" I1,VX?,CK) 0
BAIL WAT PAHSENOER3 ASSURANCE
Vet...... iOO,000 00
Aletf H30.S62 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS &-CANDEE,
71 Ohio Ivr,
Our Homo Advertisers.
0. W. HENDERSON,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CniOAGO, ILLINOIS.
CENr'L.Orrics:, 17-' WasiiinotosSt.
This Ocrman Llfn Insurance Company
piarantecs not only Paid-up Policies hut
hUo a Valuo In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. nUOK, - - - President
U. KNORELSDORF, - . - BocroUry
JOHN W. PUUKSS,
At'cnt for Cairo and vicinity.
SKCTION NO. 17.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
nnd tilck Relief hy weekly dups and mutual
eo-operatlou in object ol public henctit.
Tho l.ilu Insurance Policies will ho issued
hy the Teutonic Life Insurance Company.
II. MEYERS, Prosldont.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Aq't.
2J.I1Y forCtiUroMssd Tleluttr.
HEAL ENTATE AGENCY.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (llICOKD VLOOIl) OHIO LBVKK,
Buy and Sxll Real Ehtatk,
FURNISH ARSTRAOT3 OF TITLE
Ami pufira ConTyno4 ofKloilst
John Q. llarman. Chas. Tlirtipp
JOHN Q. II ARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
North Cor, Otis St. nssil ObloLitvie.
Ahstracts of Title, Conveyancing mido a
specialty, Real Kstato hotlgnt nnd sold,
t3T"Taxcs Paid, rtc.
NEW YORK STOaXE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAKQUT TARIKTT STOCK IN THK OITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or Hlnetomth sitrs( sssscl Oosst
0. 0, PATJEH.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swamlcr, intending to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her largo
nnd elegant stock of
of lier goods, Mrs. Jnckson has determined
to oner tho
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites tho ladles of Cairo nnd vlc'altr
ft call on her ir thoy dcslro good harRlns.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The njostnl them having hecn selected from
tho late fall styles, liclico tho Utiles havo
..iu . .wiiuiiii) ,u iiurvuann new nntl Insli
loiiahlo millinery utnflstt prlco. The stoc
roiisKs or hnl4 rlhhons, tlowcrs, hosier
ladles unilcrwfar. etc., etc. 11-30U
On KlRhthHtrrvi, t(onUoininrciftlan4 WmIi
tmtnn Aenuo, H .Ullr reoolTlnf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKHT TALL AND WINTKIi HTTLBH.
llxmieii lull linn of
ITrmiinoil soil antrimmsd,!
FhF.NCU FLOWERS. HIDUO.N8, TK1MMIN01
of all klrnlt, Laces, etc.. stc, ,
Mr. Mr'lnn hs alio Urgs swsortnient
Fmcy Artlolrt, nuch m
NECK T1.53, CELLAR'S, UNDF.KHLF.EVEH,
KL'FKH, HASIIEH, KANtf,
And all other art iclm utuallf lound In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mn, Metier, In addition to ber tftock ot
aucy nnd Millinery flood, hasn llntonoand
Fmiilctc nsortincnt of Cincinnati Cuxtom
inaile Ladle' and MNscs' Shoes and Chil
tlreiis' Hoots, lllark and in Colors. Theso
nreacknowledgetl to he the finest and hest
ever in the market, ami this I the only
tho city that make them n specialty
j ST. NICHOLAS j
HARRY WALKER Prop'r.
This house is newly fitted up with two
And two fins
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon Is stocked with the lies
are compounded in the most approved style
133" Come and seo for yourself. Jd
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No. 104 Commercial Ayxhuk,
French, Scotch nnd Amorican casslnicie
of uU colors, nud heaver nnd broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mndo up In the
And at thelowest 4.fftS
class work guaranteed. Satislactlo in nil 10
fnet warranted. ,
Out Litm Caixo, Iu.