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tMrlbmitti.' UMnftwrelaT tcuu, S4'oei
alphui of rytklas. man ew Fri
day tUtit at half-past TntrM)ld-
rfc lu.fapandr.nl Order of Oddfd-
M half-part wa, tathtif Wo
Dooimoraal avnu, N-twoei 6lh and gevnta
"lAlltO KNCAMPMKNT, I. O. O. F., nwti
Via Odd-Fellows' 1UU oa rti flrrt and lilnl
IMdn In awry month, s balf-pat wvn
; A. COMINGS. C I
'CAIBOLODUC. KO.37,A.r. AA.M
tw Holdwrular oouuimnloation. Loin
jtylauni Hall, oornr Commercial aveioa
' 'and tlxliiii ttnwt, on the second mil
wrth Mnndar oi uaon month.
mm"m mmr.TK JEWS.
A An at Braid wood, III., Tuesday
mornlrir, Oestmred the Odd Fellows
UdLiVf 10,000. w. ,s. v f
TIjo shipping t New York, roost of It
Mlo, coDipri.-e ,M ehlp..7$ krirs, 230
bfcika, and l!)3 sclioomtfs.
IceliirTMfifljfut aalIo, 111., com
menced on Xaed,iy, tho ice bvlus tuyuu
and ene-lmll iridic tM. " " 4
Thr jail nt Grand Kaplds, Mich., built
of wood, wwi burned Tuesday evening.
Loss, SIS, 000, All tbc prisoner, twenty,
fire la number, were reinowd.
The Delawaro, Lackawanna & West
ern rallrood sold 00.000 tons or Scran ton
coal at auction, in New York, Tuesdav,
and prices were much advanced over last
. James J5. Van Buren, a cousin ot the
once President Van Burvn, ant) tho first
and only postmaster ot South Evanston,
died kt his home In tliat suburb ot Cbi.
cajro. CUJ. " - .
The $25,000 life insurance on tho late
Colonel Thomas X. Sullwcll ol Auder
on,-Iod.f who committed suicide tour
years ago, has been compromised at
one-third, with ncerued' interest on that
One VV. K, Cone has leadod guilty,
at Columbus, Ohio, of carrying on
fraudulent, pusinesa through tho mails,
A search, through his trunks revealed
several huodred dUchurges ot soliiit-ra,
principally Jo. Missouri, Kansas and
The nUro'-glycerinfc works of Trot. 6.
II. Mowbray, at North Adam, Mass.,
were partially destroyed by' explosion,
Tuesday, and James Wilton, &0 years
old, 'for many years employed ub. ut the
works, was killed. Nothing was found
ot his body but small pities of flesh.
The president appointed tlin coramls
loners to test the gold and silver coinage
of the United States for the year 1377.
Anvihg Ifie 'huiiiber are Hon. Newton
Bateman, of Illinois, and Clm. lie arils
ley, 6riowa."TCe connnliniiers will
ieinble at the mint, Philadelphia, on
the 13th ot February next.
William C. Hanfton, a prominent mid
wealthy citizen ot Mount Qihm, O., met
his death at Altoona, l'a., Tuetday morn
ing. He alighted for breukfast, aud wat
crushed in a hurried and mistaken at
tempt to get oa again while the tralnAvas
merely shifting In the depot, no was en
route to New York and had t'i.OOO in
About Christmas the Kusm.ii govern
ment closed a contract with thu Baldwin
locomotive' works, of Philadelphia, for
lorty large locomotives, the whole lot to
be turned oat In two months. Nearly
oneobalftke number are linlshed, and tho
remainder will be ready for shipment
bout Feb. 20. T
'hese engines cost about I
.. . . , I
I ho contract require
that tbey be delivered at Koulburg, on
the Baltic, where tliey will arrive belorc
the 1st of April..
Tna Joneaboro Oa:ite says : " Tho
attention of oor trull-growers Is called to
' the desirable localities along the lino of
tbe JfissWppI " Central railway, troui
Jackson, Mis., to Cairo, tor peach and
berry growing. Strawberries, grown in
tho vicinity of Jackson, will ba ready tor
tho Chicago market two weeks earlier
than ours ; and will be out ot market be
fore ours are forwarded, and will
not, aUnrstor be fin competition.
TbH Mississippi Central Is now owned
and wperated by tbe Illinois Central
railroad company, and all wbe desire to
grow trull li thai more southurnlatitnde,
can be assured of a Iruit train, and
other advantages given to our shippers,
by the liberal manager of Ibis company,
on their extended line. - Several ol our
citizens will ' eo 'lb MlisUalppi this
priujtHxl f pitch" a strawberry patch.
We pewim that liberal rate - will be
given to those who desire to ship trees
and plants to MiibifiipvL ' i i
A Tit-Cattle Shew for Illinois.
CbMIrO ETOlrg Journal of tat lay.
Colonel J. W. Joly, ol Menard county,
111 ; James Scott, Esq, ot Champaign
county, HJU and 8. D. Fisher, of $prlng-
fleld, cOmpnltie appointed by the slate
board of agriculture, are lo the city .to
day, for tbe purpose of determining the
questU . sl laauguraUiig, neit laM
nboutSbe 1st of December, probably a
erie ot annual fat-calile show, similar
' to thoaa Held at SmitbOeld, London, Eng.
If tbe irfingemenl U made, tbey propoie
to osier wido range ol prltei lor fat
cattle, afcetp, hogs ami poultry, and to
' throWoompedUon opei to Canada and
tae Uaatad 9Uta, Tho shows, U deter.
Blood, upon, will probably be htldfio our
' xpotttw buUdtasT, and their entire suc-
i Isf ml 'respects may be Mlelypr.
' dlottf.u Cblcago to tho centre ol the
,watafarna trade, and tbe public geu-
emlljtliilf U all breeders, packers
cad tatoba-y talJ tffMtd la tbe
AUOtbcr Hlvaiiiftbli VTrerhrd Off IhO
I 1'ohkI or norm Orollnu.
fuOr" itSiJr't -it'Eivra" Kl'
WisiiiNoro.v, Jan. 31.-Tho slgual
service observer at Kitty Hkwk, N. C'
reports to the chiet signal officer as lol
lows : '.'Tho' steainnhlp Jletropolia Is
stranded on Currituck beocb, three miles
south of Currituck !ght-houso, and Is
total loss.' She had two hundred and
foity-elgM pcMODS j-on .board.- Fifty
swam aslioro. ' No atiihtanc from ' the
life-8aving institution.'; ,
The chief sijtial olDcer bas ordered ono
of tlic operators at Kitty nawk station to
go at once on horseback to tho suene ot
tlie wreck and open a telegraph station
there and forward nil information as
rapidly as can be obtained. The wreck
is about twenty miles north ol Kitty
. Tho Metropolis sullod Tuesday from
Philadelphia for Brazil. Sho was dis
patched by contractors for Materia and
Mamore railroad, aud carried twohuu
drud laborers, fire hundred tons railroad
iron and several malls for Urazll. The
steamer was commanded by Captain
AnkorsV Paul J. White, formerly chief
engineer of the Lehiuh Navigation com
pany, and Jus. T, Moore, a well known
engineer, were In charge of her carjo of
Tho uiesfcengcr who brought tho news
of tho w reck of the Metropolis to the
operator at Kitty JIawk, did not visit
the wreck, but as tar as can bo ascer
tained at present it appears there arc
persons still on board. Full particulars
will bo obtained as soou as the operator
reaches the scene, whither he started at
7:30 p. in., and should reach there ;by
midnight. The stcretary of the navy bas
directed Admiral Treuchar J, in command
at Norfolk, ;to . scud a steam launch
through the canul to tho scene of the
wreck. The signal . service Bcrgcant at
Norfolk reports that the steamer Crolan
and coast-wrecking steamer Rescue have
Tho manufacture of ice by chemical
piocets l a subject wjiifh has attracted
the atteution of many inventor of lute
A large number of machines has been
brought bcture the public, and, no doubt,
suiue. of them wilt be found both Uiteltil
and prolluible in southern eliiu tes, but
it is bitrdly likely thai any will be em
ployed In our .latitude where nature
nsuuliy purdiu.ua a good article and pleiny
ot it witliuul eye I.
Tho to.iowiug description ot an ice
machine, truiu the Buluu Herald,' may
be ot lulelel :
wuuld seem as it Jack Frost would
huVtl 10 look out. lor lila luuau l Uie
way ol K-e uiuking il all lue ciuluia ot
lliote wlio liuve iiiVemeO umcliinea lu
luuko ice urtitieiully urealluwvd. Uue ol
me iattat, uiiU It is claimed tlie bent, ice
making iuuciiIul- is an JMilitU invention,
Kiiowti a Keece'4 patent; Ju this aiu-
eUini! the retrigeraimxagcuieiupioyeU is
HUimoiiia. mere are three tsSuiillal
puiuia on which ilieelileuey u( a rtinger
atiii) Helil ilepemU vir., tlrst, the leiu
pratur at wUieii II evapuratee: second,
ibe leuhiou ot iu vapor lu equiU tempera-
turei'; third, the amount ot heat it is
eupable oi i.bsovbltifi und uiuklug luleut.
in each ot ttit'-u oointH, the inveu'.or
says, Hiuiuouhi U Ineomp'irably superior
to eltcer ciilptmrotis aelil or etlier.
iVmuiiinla ha4 hii aJvuntue of 1'23 da
rees or temperature over ethrr, 4J over
sul')biru9 ae!d. Tlie tension of the
valors of each at 100 degrees Fuhr. lf :
jr.iiuT, iH- lueiies; sulpburous aeid, 120
inuhcs; ammonia, 4W inches. The latent
heat of each in heat units Is as tallows :
Ktlier, 1M.8 degrees ; sulphurous acid,
anout n: degree; ammonia 'Ml de
grees. Ammonia has thus tlie advautago
oi more man uu neai uuiia over eacu o!
tbe other agent, tint! has not anv of the
dangt-roiis iiitlammabiliiy attached tojho
employment ot etber, and is very much
ihi.'sncr. Neither does ammonia decom-
leally combine with it. In thu working
0 ho ammonia machine air is expelled
by cieutmg a slight pressure alter the
ammonia l put in, whicti drives all the
air out. In either an ether or sulphur
ous acid machine it is necessary to first
outam a vacuum in tliem. wlilcli is very
olten a work ot great dlilieulty. Air do-
composes bom ether and sulphurous
acid, and as both these machines work
with a vacuum it 1 impossible to keep
all air out.
Cut perhaps the most iniDortant and
Interesting feature in Jteeco's machine, It
Is claimed, is the simplicity with which it
is wurKeu. it consists ot rour essential
parts a boiler containing a solution ot
ammonia iu water; a distilling apparatus
lor taking over the vapor ol atnonla.
which Is llqullled by lis own pressure
wnen ptimpeu uuo a EUiiame receiver ; a
cooling cylinder containing a coil o
pipes, tnrougti which a nolutlon of chlo
ride or calcium lime circulates, w hich
can be cooled down to a much a litty
degrees below lero. still remaining fluid,
and, lastly, a bath Into which this liquid
parses, and which contains tho pure
water to be Irozen. It wi'l be seen that
ammonia limiiiies by Its own nressnre.
and it again becomes gaseous simply by
that preuro being removed. Theactiou
ot tho Machine. It is said. U also autonniii
ami continuous, and no motive power is
required beyond that which is suthclent
to work a .small pump lor keeping the
ji'juwa in circulation, i nu ico is rcn-
aereu clear a crystal by the action of an
apparatus which keeps up slight but con
slant agitation in the water during the
tormation ol Ice, thus dissipating the air.
It In claimed that a Reece machine will
produce ten tons ot clear lee In u hours.
ar a cost In England ol five shillings
(fl 20) per ton. It this Is so, then the
days ol tho old-fashlonea loe business are
numbered. A cnollnr machine tor brew-
eries is aiso made on the same patent.
This machine U to bo Introduced into
this country. China, India, and other
parti ot tbe world.
I have used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
nnd lou-id It the best cough remedy 1
ever trlcd.-W. P. Clarke. ,30 Walnut
trcet, Philadelphia, November 27,' 18T5.
DlooCB) of SpriBifleld.
Mr. E. P. Johnston, secretary ol the
Handing committee of the diocese ol
Spring Held; yeaterday received certifl
cute ot tbe assent ol tbe diocese of New
UainRshln to tlie consecration ol Bishop
elect Seymour. This is the nineteenth
afflrmatlve vote officially repor tyd, to ten
in the negative,;
mfL'MX'-'-'L J. .
' rllHtlroad A(Midfntiinl077
: Tbo Jircm UauiU reiWjrts' tho RUm
lleret railroad 6cidcMi in this oouhtry
fdiifuig 1S77 at 8!1. In which 311 persons
were killed I'nd 1,017. were injured, This
is the ninaliest number of serious rall-
roatT iccUrnta' Ji'jioi-fod 'for -.Aw year.
Of thesa acltiouia 137, were caused by
"delects or failures In a permaheut wav;"
C7 hy '-'dtifoeta or- failure In rolling
stock;" i7 by nogligonce, eareUssnf or
mRllccliuu 113 by unforeseen obstruc
tions not nittllclons. There were J6S
collision,' 3$1 derailments" and 12 other
causes. These figures do not ineludo
persons caounlly run over while welkin?
on tracks, jumping trom cars, or teams
demolished, but only accidents to trains.
All that have onco used It pronounce
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup tlw best medicine
known for the complaints of early child
hood. 25 cents per bottle.
;ile.T Ton Tried II.
Wo reler to that most remarkable com.
pound, Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and llorehound, for cough",
colds, blood spitting, weak lungs, croup,
whooping cough, asthma, bronchiil.-:,
and all diseases of the lungs and throat.
Probably no similar preparation ever be
foio so quickly found its way Into public
favor as this. Its sale in our community
Is simply enormous. Those who have
beon disappointed In other so-called
remed'e-s ore .specially invited to try
thii." lie sura to get the geuuluo Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
rii.ro ut imitations in the
market, Look out for them. Tr!al
size, 10 cents, Jwogulur slica, CO-cents
and ono dollar.
SOLD 15Y BARCLAY DUOS. .
Very pleasant, and nlways effective Is
Fml. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup,
auJ no physic required. Ask us. 2-1-1 m
The edition of 1873 ot the sterling Medi
cal Aunual, known as Hosteller Al ma
nac, Is now ready, arfd may bo talned
free of cost, of druggist and general
country dealers In all pan ot the United
States and British America, and Indeed
in every civilized portion of the Western
Hemisphere. It combines, with tbe
soundest practical advico lor the preser
vation an I restoration ot health, a large
amount ot Interesting and amusing light
reading, and the calendar, astronomical
items, etc., ore prepared wilh great care,
aud will be touud entirely accurate. The
issue (if llo.-tetter' Alinaimc lor lb"8. In
the English, German. Freln h, Wh.-Ii,
Norwfg:eii,tjweiilsh, Holland, Uuht ml in
and Spanl.-h languages, will in all protm
bilill y he the Urgent edition of a metlleal
work ever publlhed In Hiy coumry. The
proprietors, Messrs. HoMetirr & bull 1 Ii.
Pittsburg. Pa , on receipt t a two cent
stamp will fir ward a copy by mail to
any pel son who cannot procure one in
A Ooinle Hint.
In our style ot clitnatR, witli Its uddeii
shanges ot temperature rain, wind and
sunshine otten intermingle In a single
day it is no wonder that our ehil ren,
liiends and relatives are o friqueiitly
taken Irom us by neglected eolds, half ihe
deaths reriiltliiif directly trom this &iuse.
A bottle ol BoseheeV German Syrup kept
ahotit your home for Immediate use will
prvveut serious sickness, a large doctor'
bill, and perhaps . death, by the use
three or four doses. For curing Con
sumption, Hemorrhages, Pneumonia,
Severe Coughs, Croup, or any disease ot
the Throat or Lungs, Its success Is simply
wonderful, as your druggist will tell you
German Syrup is now sold in every tnwn
and village on this continent. Sample
bottle for trial, lOe.; regular size, 75e.
OvertHaklng the Knersles.
It is not advisable for any of us to over-
tank our energies, corporeal or mental,
but in the eager pursuit ot wealth or
fime or knowledge, how many transgress
this salutary rule, It must be amattcY
ol great importance to all wbo do eq to
know how they caj regain the vi;;or go
recklessly expended. The remedy is
neither costly or difficult to obtain. Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters is procurable In
every city, town and settlement in
America, and it compensates tor a drain
of bodily or mental energy more effec
tually than any invlorant ever pre
scribed or advertised. Laloring men
athlete, students, JournuJistB, lawyers,
clergymen, physicians, all bear testimony
to Its wondrousiy renovating powers.
It increases tho capabilities for under
going fatigue, and counteracts tho '.n
jurlous iflects upon tho system of ex
posure, sedentary habits, unhealthy or
wearying avocations, or an Insalubrious
climate, and is a prime alterative, di
uretic aud blood depurciit, 1-23 tf.
I 500 TIMES
Larger than Life !
On receipt of $1.50 I will send to any
address an Imported French Microscopo
that will magnify over D00 times any
small object. A very u,clul and instruc
tive Instrument, brass mounted and put
up in a neat ease, warranted as recom
mended or the niuney refunded.
Its magnifying power is so great that
living objects can be readily discovered
in a drop ol water, and for examining
small objects, all manner ol insecu, the
texture ot cloth, 4c, detecting foreign
matter In sugar. Hour and other articles
ofdlety lor detecting couutertlelt money,
and a hundred other uselul purposes. lt
will be found Invaluable.
An endles source of amusement for
the coming winter evenings. scot Dy
wall on receipt or price. 7 . '
SEAVER A CO.,
61 Park Plane, N. Y. City.
Jan lO d&w-Gm.
The Merry llajra of Old. .
In fading of the middle ages one Is
struck by tho accounts given ot leats ol
strength, etc., of the lite actors ol those
times. The suits ot atmor worn, would
certainly ludlcste tbe possession ol great
er physlclal strength than Is developed
by men In these latter days. What
wrought tho change f lien lived In the
merry days a more outsdoorllte than this
advanced civilization ot ours can afford.
There is s greater consumption ol brain
matter, and that Increased demand on
mental and physical power necessitates
tonic, siHbM the llotaa Swuuch B.t
(TT UmsuLJiNI JL1 ev-,jiwi
rner 8th street
Clothing, Hats . and Caps,' Coflees, Teas, Sugars,
' V Bacon, Hams. '
" ' ' ij " ! ' Cheese '
Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels, Tickinga Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull lino ol Carpets, Mattings, Floor
Ladles' aud MUses' Boots,
Tills stock Is entirely New and Fresh. Special attention given fo Country trade.
Uir Stoek embraces everything needed in tho City or Country, In Groceries or Dry
Uoods-. Please givo us a call, oxamine our goods aud prices boloro you buy,
NOTICE TO COJJTItAt'TOBI.
- Oi'ticR ok City Clkrk, t
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 3, 1878. J
Sealed propot- ds win be received at thu
elliiio, tlireetud to tbe eity councilor Cairo,
Ihioois, until S o'clock Tuesday evening,
February oth, A. D. 1378, tor tho construc
tion ot a one spau iron bridge, together
wilh the approaciie or abutment and
luiiDdalion, acroM Cache river, about one
and one-tall mile Iruui Mound City rail
road uepot, aod four miles north of the oity
of Cairo, in tbe eountias of Alexander and
l'ulatki, Bints ot Illinois, accorolug to ibe
plaoK und specul.'ations prepared ly J bn
1. liuly, Esq., V. E., now on tile aud ub
Jaotto examination in this o like, tbo eui.
dcHtions of wbtch are a f ):own, viz :
8ald bridge and irtintle work o he made
up of eltlUieVn (18) op. nlngnol eight eu ( s)
fort troui cuntro to centro ot po In, and ona
xpaa ol one buoirdlo0) teet airoaa tbe
river bed. ... .
Tae one hundred '0'i teet sp n t be of
rou, aud s i propuruoued tbaia lua l 01 ten
(lu) iot 'Iti-fc tbuteU over iwerty (.e) linxal
teet at the eeiKie o' tlie span, sb.nl not
it ruin tbe Hod , Vir iwrive tt.u-and
(li IM) pouima per square incb Unsiln, r
ou r aevi-n til .'U-jii.M nva hund ud (7 b
p un i- prr Kiti.ire tnen bearing utraiu
tiiu rtrfi.u tn eump.es inn t be lit at,
lea t in the ,.t(.por.iou t i tb nti of
lenuib tn diameter, ny tiord.ji.'t Imuiula.
Tiih Hiian ot Milii brldic to be tie - un-
d i-d (loo) - t in tbe rlearanct tbe roadway
iwi'ln (U) f-et ivule.
l b, fl or to be 01 Mt oak pit. k two
ami o t -h hi lui liea thick nua botokei' '
lcle ( 2) incur ' Mm"
Tb 11 or brain- to be of w bite ak aod to
i ro (i .ion to Ibe tiilim.- i.f tbe oi.e bun
dle. (1 0) t.rin an niruciure, a no ali to
in pfvioe i ilit a uti.-iiuu axtti jitu il,
he ib vii tn rot upon 'irou co.uuji.f pro
p .ttioiK il iO 'be sttUn.Uie to tit Hxpp turd,
tbe lO'UtuGs at eacU tail o ti.e bent or ir n
i-onn ui Ok pl-.CD.iuna ujuJoI I ..XU. iwei..
y (-it)) tet-t lii-z tuorileeU ai.d teiiouu'1 t a
utllcm tiiiitiUH'r 'f w.lte o.i pliM, firm
ly uriveu iDto th- rier ' ank. i
Die bentH tob iormedutt,.urpostnl(iXl '
fnubea .quuru, the two Inner parti, to piand i
porpi iiiltcaUr and ih i two outer parttil
oh ramed an l htaud at a batter of una In 1
eielit Tbe cap and nlll ol tbe bunts tit be
I&12 Inei nqture timber, t o caps to bo
tm nty (2 ') feet I mg. and tbe mil- to pro
ject en eacU end two teet p:il tbe outer
e ie of tlie ou jIJ i pi.ta. Tbe posu tn be
m: liood aod tenmied into tbe caps and sills,
and eacti tenon to be pinneu wltb two
tbree-rpiarter () Inch squire Iron pics, and
each bent ti b braced by two diagonal
brakes ot 12X'4 Inch plank, well fitted and
spiked oa caps, posts and sills.
Tbe beat to iet or statu! upon four mud
silis 12X12 Inches and elk-lit (J) feet long set
In the ground and placed on tbe alignment
of tbe work.
Tho carriage way of tho Jtrestlework to
be six teen (1H) feet wide, the Door plank
to be tbi'ee (3) Inches and not over twelve
(WVlncfcea wide, and to be well spiked on
to tbe stringers and floor beams.
TBe lleor beams to be made up as follows:
two (2) Htriugors of KX12 inebe stt on the
raps and sixteen (10) loot apart from out
Hide to outsldn. Tbe space between said
nrlnjrersto be ociually divided for sevon
(7) brums of 3X12 Inches each, and each set
ot tloor beams orpnos to bave tarec (3) sets
ot horxlmcbone bridging ot 2X4 Inch scant.
Ud?. ' .
The Ktrincers and floor beams to rest at
let t-ix (ii) inches on tbe caps.
The stringers to connect. by half joints
and to be fastened to the caps by ono Inch
round spikes or bolu eighteen (18J inches
A railing or ballsstcrs four (4) feet high
to bo constructed on each side ol above dis
crlhed treetlework. ihe posts to be 4Xtt
inch clees aud braced on the caps aod fasten
ed on to tbe stringers by two (2) one-half
Inch bolts. Tho parta to be six (0) feet
aptrt: tbe hand rail 2X1 inches, and un
axle guard of 2X12 Inched, all well fastened
on to tbe pouts.
All ot -tho above timbers to be of white
or burr oak of besl ouslity, aud
tbe work done in a thorough and work
manlike manner, and under the supervision
of such pt-rsou as tbe committee on streets,
orthe city aouncil ot the city cf Cairo mav
Tbo approaches to above tre.itlowork and
bridge, to be of earth aod with a slope of
not uioro than one in ten and not lets than
flxtccn.(IU) teet wide on top, with a slope
to tho btsc of one in two, generate bids
will be rccolved for Iron span, including
abutments aud foundation, tor Ibe wooden
trcntlo portion of said bridge, and for tbe
earthen approaches, or fur the entire
The right to reject any or all bid, Is re
served. J.B. Puitxts,
'ltd. ' C'liyCletk.
S AFFORD, MORRIS, ...
73 OHIO LEVEE.
City Natioi al Hank BnlMluu, up.stalra. . K
11m Oldest 1'itabll.liwt Aftnor in Somhtra
llilnoli, nod rtpretcntluy otr (
7SM YTH &TOO
, Whotealt sad Retail Dealen In '
- Foreign and Domestic
WINES op aix KINDS.
; No. 60 Ohlo 'Uvee. -
- . i. rt . i
tfIA 'fr',' ,or1 oi tt ll srapdK la lbs
ift l attentloa t tat wtoi
tal bran f Ut boiUtta.
aud Commercial Vve. .
Specialty in Butter,
Oil Cloths, Curtain Damasks
Children's Shoes, GtDts' Boots and Shoes
OH em for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in he gshcads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To largo consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at u i f jrm rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
titErnn wh inno.t rwit of 'lath tret.J
OiUoe o Hnllntay Urotber. oiponlt St.
Eiryiitmn Mills. Twmtlrth ttraet.
. Coal Dump f'xil of I tiirlT-el(jatt atrttt, or
l'ontBc it rawer :vl
Saloon and Restaurant.
TIIE BLST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Conslantly on hand. Also has constantly
on hand a
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES. ETC.,
At Wholesale and Retail.
M the Old Dclmonico Hotet,
5-tm Xo, H Ohio Levee
ttUNOIS CENTRAL B. It.
- ; -TO- ' ' '
St. Louis & Chicago
The only Koad Running Two
Daily Trains from Cairo,
, . Train Loave Cairo . .
1:10 p.m'. FaBt Express, arriving In St.
Louis 8:60 p.m.; Chicago, 70, a.m. - .
2:20 p.m. CINCINNATI ft LOUIS
VXlaMEi JTAOT JjJJNa ', ,s
arriving! n Cincinnati 8:30, a.m.; Louts,
vilio, a.m.: InditospollH, 4.1D a.m.;
I'sHsengers by tills train arrive at above
0 AKT OTfllB BOtJTK,
lldrt p. m. Kant 5U1 wittt slenpsrs attach
ed, for 81. LOUI8 ami CHI(iO.
srrl vluj tn Ht. Uul at H:lt0 a.ra (J hi
est(n at 4.80 p.m. CoiiuectlDa a' Odin
or KffluKtum hr Clneinaatl, LouUville
and Iuaunapolls. '
PAST TIME EAST '
snKers by tbU line fo tk'oiiKh to
, the Rt without any delay stued by
titular tntrvMblnv. .
rt,!jllJKlAl AKTKRSOOM traih
, KllOM (JA llta AKUIVKS IN NEW
YORK tlUNDAY MOKNIW
At W ft.
33 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTUKll HiiUTtC.
itvtrtlsemenu of compt-tinp lltiss that
i bey m ke better tme than thts one, are
, aro Issued either through Ignorance er a
desire w mislead la puiilto.
eor tbrotian tickets and information,
pplj at Illinois Central It. K. Depot, Cairo.
1 tbaiks aaiUTa At oatao
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1U MsesseeiMMMKts iMStsHsalt .46 fttlU
; j.a.Jo.'M,TieketA. Tr
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SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION,- Ohio Leveo,
; ' And' At n '
SIGN OP"THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
, , Washington' Avenue and Eighth Street
White Lead White Zinb,
' Liiiseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-:i!l Mursr&aij far'tlfl W,
Lard Oil, V7hale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil, .
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
Tho Klgi . iio an Can
Tho Oaly Penoct Can in
th Wrld. Mido of 01 ass
and "Warrantod rot to
Leak, Corrodo or Break.
Every fam ly should have
OIL TANKS and
' SHIPPINQ CAHS
The best In Uso. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
m. ' . . ...
ividiiuiuuiurtsu uy wiison ana
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Aycrs' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, andDeOinchon's
Peruvian Balrk Bitters.-
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"La.tweoklbouhta10c.entpackaiieor Waslunesnd ilonnivwahlntttnoi nlt
the usual timo at leisiliimlis'i the com ol Hoap. Sly coim wtri whi er. I Ut1 not
have to nib them, itntl it til l not shrink my woolens, anrt for once I Yw enabled to en a
hot dinner on Monday.- tio la'llts tiy it, and yon will save labor, time ana ronnev. it U
perfnetiy fafe to use it. Mlts'A
5 andlOcent Packogcs.
Wholesale and Retail,
Golden Lion Cologne-0' WJSffif!"00
German Syrup and August Flower,
. Homeopathic Medicines.
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Pine Combs, and Hair Brush a
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' MntArio la
French, English and American Perfumery '
' All Kinds of Almanacs Free to AH
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsapariila and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Aguo Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria Kin?, nnri nil a
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
pursing aotties, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
m-u- nFeath2F Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writine Paner. Envfiinnfis paiD or.ri Tir
jrtipur uags, wrapping Paper and Twine
snoo Blacking, Shoe Dressing; and Stove Polish
lnr Imported Jloy Hum, Splcndld-rttiiada Tar
Rmp- English and American Noans-FJne fm
, r ported Uahdlccrcliler Extract, iu orlgl- r
mjiI Bottles or in Broken Quanll.
' ' wanted at low priceN.
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Sclentifio
onrl DmIaaI Xl U.. IU- II O rft
umu mviiviil uy mo w. w. UU7"
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT,( Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaino and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies. Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels
.K - .iiT. - Jl. - lVTa.
fcuy WASHINE AT BAHCLAY'S.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
ii m .,m iJi !
At Barclaya' Drug Sloro.