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at bail-met aavaoj. in taalr Wl oa
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Vln Odd-kVllowa' IlaU ea the Brat and third
ImmUj la enry month, at half-part eeven
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CAIKOLODGE, NO. OT, A.F. IA. M,
Hold regular eoiumunioatlona tn Me
aoair Hall, eonwr Commercial avnua
' xud Eighth atnwt, on the nwnJ and
'ourth MobiUt of aaoh month .
Tht Ottoman Capital Occupied by
Buitia'a TriumphThe Feeling in
London, Feb. 7. The Advertiner any a :
We have reason to believe that the gov
ernment ha received information of tho
ntry ot the Russian army Into Constant
tlnople. At any rate, If tho government
li not la possession of this new, the
Hussian embassy la.
The Post says the llugslans are lu Con-
atantinople. This wa the news last
night current in London, and we incline
to think It Is based upon ollieial authentic
Intelligence. The message has come via
Alexandria. We do not know at this
moment what the precise nature ot the
occupation is. According to some diplo
matists the Russians have possessed
themselves ol two foit on the Hoyonk
and Cbemdil lines; Hocortlinr to others
they have gained still grentrr advantages.
Details are ot suntll moment practically.
All are agreed I hat the capital of Turkey
and key to the east is in the li'im!- ol' the
czar, indignation will be ol little avail.
It will be alleged that no deception has
been practiced, and we shall discover
that this was one of the terms of armiss
tlce which was never communicated to
us. Yesterday a British military and
naval force could at any moment have
occupied Constantinople, while the
Austrian army could have cut Ilus
tlan communication. TndsY the
situation U entirely altered. A British
fleet can no longer advance to Constan
tinople and may find Itself even barred
out of the Dardanelles. The czar can
now afford to laugh at Austrian menaces
since bis communications are open from
Constantinople to Odessa or Scbastapol.
Our pottering over a trumpery of nix
millions will probably cost us ten times
that sum. Hut, whatever the cost, it is
till to be hoied that the country will see
its honor vindicated. This direct at
tack upon our honor will raise a teeling
ot resentment not to be appealed until
we have taught our foe that vu have the
will and power to punish chicanery and
maintain the empire which he is seeking
Special by Calilt to I he lUpub'.iittu. I
IXGLiXD KIT 1 Kill. t HKl'ROlOl KI RY TUK
London, Feb. 7. To show the feeling
ot the Turks toward England I give the
substance of an Interview between Server
Pasha and a correspondentof the London
Daily iWmj in Constantinople. The re
ply to the correspondent's question was:
"Say this aa coming from Server Pasha,
minister tor foreign aflairs of the sublime
WORD FOR WORD,
as nearly as you can translate it. 1 have
hitherto been a partisan ol England, of
English policy, ol the English alliance.
I believed there were ties of aympathy,
friendship and Interest between the two
peoples that necessitated alliance. 1 be
lieved in England to the extent of com.
promising my selt andiny government:
1 see that 1
BAVJC BKEN MISTAKEN.
That I was deceived or (correcting him
aelt) that I deceived myselt. 1 now
abandon English alliance. I no longer
believe In the English policy, English
government or English people. I accept
the Russian policy and alliance. I am a
partisan of them. I believe In Russian
policy. I Hin more Russian than the
Russians themselves. Say this, please."
Rl'ISU OBJECTS TO VIRXXi AS H.AC'K or
St. Pctersbuko, Feb, 0. Russia re
ject the proposal to hold a conference in
Vienna or any other great capital. It
considers Die tranquility of a small town
la one of the minor states and the author
ity which would be given to deliberations
by the presence ot foreign ministers ot
tne power necessary for insuring a good
and practical result. Moreover Russia
believes this would facilitate the speedy
disposal by the conference ot the impor
tant questions it would have to deal with,
jaai aww mvwwbw va amvaasf aKj fl J H
Grain in Store.
Chicago elevators, aa Der onlcial tlir
Vine, contain 1,380,915 bushels of wheat;
jv.yw ousneis or corn; 213,3114 bushels
fotta; 183,417 bushels ol rye. and 758,s
St bushels of barley, making a grand
oral of 3,210,380 bushels, against 3,259,
2t bushels a week ago, and 8,040,106
aaheli at this period a year ago. The
TOk of grain oa board vessels in the
Ttooe la 804,741 bushel of wheat. 325.-
A Dtubels of corn, and 153,181 bushel
Milwaukee warehouses are stored with
"4J11 buaneli of wheat; 0.073 bushels
oorn; 48,777 bushels of oats; 09,905
aftfaela of rye, and 483,087 bushels ol
( Law York and Brooklyn warehouse
ttala 1,123,000 bushels of wbeat ; 7,
JftQQ bushels of eorn ; 1.668,000 bush
's of oatf : 497,000 bushels ol rye. and
4.C30 bushels of barley.
Urmia In sight In the States and
ada, January 26, 1878: Wheat, 10,-
bushels ; cote, M17.4S3 buihels,
,476,478 bushels of oats; 7J1.M3 bush
els ol rye, and 4,61,030 bushel of
Exports from the leading cities of the
Atlantic last week include 69,000 bar
rels of flour 5 828,000 bushels ol wheat ;
1,503,000 bushels ol corn ; 3,600 busheli.
ot oats; 40,000 bushels of rye; 14,000
bushels of barley ; Darrris 01 rora ,
0,816,000 pounds of lard, and 1,!00,000
pounds ol baeon.
BACK FROM DEATH,
Tho Marvel mt Ilaacb ihoalt-llow
HIM Aaaoli Urth IM0 Hank
f rom lha Dead.
IKmm the New Tort Herald.)
Mai'cb Chunk, Pa., Feb. 2. About
two months ago Miss Amelia Qrelh,
single woman, who had been living at
Reading removed to East Muuch Chuna.
She was about thirty-six years old, and
was very ill Willi consumption, irom
which she said sho hau sultcred for a
long time. She seemed to be an lutolll
geut woman, mid was certainly a very
religious one. .She was a devout Cathos
lie. and when she came hero went direct
ly to the house ol Father lleiuan, the
Catholic pastor in cnarge ot me uerman
congregation, there being two churches
here one where English la spoken and
the other lor the Pennsylvania Dutch, of
whom there are manv who can scarcely
understand Knglish, Miss tireth made
Iter home at the pastoral residence ot
Father Uelnau, and was soon UiKen so 111
with hemorrhage that sho was confined
to her bed.
A liCAUDUN ANG1X.
She stated that lor many years she has
been protected by a guardian angel which
she has oltcu seen, The anircl told her
not long ago that a great miracle was to
be perlormed on her aud the promise
would soon be fulfilled. She conveyed
the message of the angel to Father llei
uan, who announced his belief in the
prophecy. So accurate was Miss Greth
In her statements (but she announced a
tew days ago that on the 2d of February
she was to dio. or, at least, her soul would
leave her body, and, alter she bad been
in a state ot evstacy or death, she was
to he restored to lile Bnd consciousness,
get up out of her bed and go to the
church, to mass, a well woman. As
soon as the public became acquainted
with the lacts a general desire was ex
pressed to sec the woman, hikI sluee last
Monday crowds of persons have visited
her room daily.
VlMTINti TUK bTK.IF.CT.
She was found lying In the second
story front room of Father llcliian's
house, on a low bed, plopped up with
pillows, her hands crossed on her breast
us II she were dead, aud quite palo and
ihiii. Around Iter neck was a gold chain
to which was suspended a handsome
erucitix ol the same metal. Since Mon
day she has been unable 10 speak, but
her attendants say she is conscious ot all
that transpires. Another thing which
the believers lu this modern miracle re
gard as very remarkable is tho tact that
slio partakes ot very little food. For
nine weeks her whole diet has been
milk, water, aud dried apples in very
small quantities, It is averred that in all
this time she has not partaken of enough
food to sustain lile.
She was attended by a lady dressed in
black, who informed the callers 01 all
tne facts in ycry good German. It is
thought a thousand people vUHed her
NO rUVSICIAN'b BCT l.O'IS OF VISIONS,
It is only proper to state here that
Miss Greth has not had any physicians
or any oilier prolessioual medical at
tendance, ami has gradually grown
weaker and weaker. The sick woman
is declared to have hud of late super
natural visions, and the most remarkable
stories have been irctil&ted uuiong the
class to which she belonged as to the
woiidcrlul things she beheld, it is de
clared that the holy angel which guards
hurls aJivajs Wntilu fu Atlss Cireili aud
sometimes to her friends and attends
ants, i his HpirlU it appears is that ol a
some time dead Iriend, who foretold
many things, among others that at
at hall-past S o'clock this morning, tho
feast day of the purification of tho
lilessed V irgin, according to the obscrv
anccs of the Catholic church, the soul ol
the sick woman would take its flight,
but that a wonderful mlricle would be
performed and sho would be permitted
to return to life alter an hour's Interval
and she would be cured of her disease.
The news of these declarations spread
like wildfire among tho congregation of
the church and intensified the general
interest and wonder.
WAI IT DKATH 't
Early this morning large crowds as
sembled about tho bouse to witness the
rosult of the alleged supernatural pro-
Snecy, ana tne street was completely
lockaded with men and women, lu the
sick room the woman Greth was ap
parently gradually tailing. She was sur
rounded by watchers, who completely
filled the room, aud nearly the whole
bouse. Father lleinan was also present,
performing the cilices of the church for
the dying. Miss Greth, it is said, grew
weaker and weaker, and at half-past 8
lay, ludeed, as it dead.
A SOVI.LB8S BIT LIVING BODV,
Father Ilehan then announced that the
soul had theu quit the body, leaving the
animal lite In it. lie said that this was
the first part of the cure about to be per
formed, iie w anted it distinctly under-,
stood that he had no power in the per
formance of this work except that which
be received lrom on high, through the
name huiI by the power of Jesus Christ.
VIEWING TUK DKAD (?)
The people in the room were next
directed to make a passage from the
tho door of the room to the bed, and
those who were outside the door and
below stairs were directed to enter the
room, pass around tbe bed and then go
out by another door. It Is estimated
that over seven thousand people saw the
soulless (?) body ot the woman. There
was, ot course, the most Intense, excite,
ment among the people during the whole
of this period.
THE CALL TO LIFE,
At twenty-live minute past 9, five
minutes before tbe expiration of the hour,
silence was commanded, and Father
lleinan said :
Now, I will call her."
" Amelia!" he then called in a loud
voice. There was, however, no change
in the countenance of the womau.
'Amelia," he repeated, and, as before,
she remained motionless.
"Amelia!" in a louder voice, cried
I at her lleinan.
' Father," responded Miss Greth, aud
then she repeated a lew words ot prayer.
A PRACTICAL RKIUKST.
The scene In tbe room at that moment
was Indescribable, The excitement was
naturally intense, and cries ot joy and
weeping were heard on all sides, Mist
Greth then asked lor a shawl, and a lady
who stood by the bedside took off her
sealskin coat, and put It around the wo
man as she by the command of the prl.ist
OOINO TO TUB CUrP.CH.
Father lleinan then turned to the wo
man and commanded her to talk to no
ono nor permit any one to talk to her
until alter sho had returned her thank to
God lor His kindest to ber In tbe church.
She then mado ber way to tbe saored
edition, walking alone and quite rapidly,
followed by n excited crowd, eoror rla-f
Ing hundreds of people.
AT TBE CBlRCtl.
When she arrived at the church Father
lleinan preached two sermons, one in
German aud one In English. The ser
vices lastod about two hours.
After the services Miss Greth returned
lo her room, apparently strong and
hearty. In response to many Inquiries
as to her feelings and emotions, she made
the following statement :
"I foci entirely cured. The beraor
rhoges or blood ceased on Thursday, and
since that tlmo I have felt very weak and
sick. 1 am convinced that my lungs
were entirely and completely gone, and
that physicians could not have cured me,
nor could 1 have been cured by anybody
but ray God through Christ."
Don't catuh cold, but it you do, no
thing will meet the requirements of the
case as well as Pr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
Price 25 cents.
Motukks should take warning and stop
dosing their babies with laudanum while
teething. Dr. Bull's baby syrup answer
the same purpose, and Is pi-rfecily harm
les. 215 cents.
Have Ton Trled II.
We refer to that most remarkable com
pound, Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and llorehound, for coughs,
colds, blood spitting, weak lungs, croup,
whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis,
aud all diseases of tho lungs and throat.
Probably no similar preparation ever be
fore so qulcklv tound its way Into public
favor as this. Its sale in our community
Is simply enormous. Those who have
been disappointed in other ocalled
remedies, are specially invited to try
this. Ho sure to get ihe gumine Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar. Wild Cherry and
Horeimnnd. There are imUa: in the
market. Look out for them. 'ITial
size, 10 cents. Regular sizes. DO cents
and one dollar.
SOI. I) BV BARCLAY BROS.
Very pleasant, and always clTective Is
I'rot. Parker's Pleaaiit Worm Syrup,
and m phvfle required. Ask us. 2-llra
The edition o"77S ol the sterling .Medi
cal Animal, known as llostettei' Alum
line, is now ready, mid may be Maine!
free ol cost, ot druggists and general
country dealers In all paris of the I'nitcd
State? and British America, and indeed
in every civilized portion of iho Western
Hemisphere. It combines, with the
soundest practical advice lor the preser
vatlon an1 restoration of health, a large
amount ot interesting aud amusing light
reading, and the calendar, astronomical
items, etc., are prepared with great care,
and will be tound entirely accurate, The
issue of Hostctter's Almanac for M, in
the Knglish, German, FreicU. WeUh,
Aorwcgicn, Swedish, Holland, finheim.'in
and Spanish languages, will In all proba
bility be the largest edition of a uiedleal
work ever publlhed lu any country. The
proprietors, Messrs. llostetter & Smith,
Pittsburg, Pa., on receipt of a two cent
stamp will forward a copy by mall to
any pel son who cannot procure on in
Larger I ban 1,11'e !
On receipt of $1.60 I will send to any
address an Imported French Microscope
that will magnify over 500 times any
small ot,5,..ct. A very meful and instruc
tive instrument, brass mountod and put
up in a neat case, warranted as recom
mended or the money refunded.
Its magnltylng power is so great that
living objects can be readily discovered
In a drop ol water, aud for examining
small objects, all mauner of insects, tho
texture 01 ciotns, &c, detecting foreign
iuaiu;r in sugar, nour ana otner art cles
of diet, lor detecting counterllelt money,
and a hundred other useful purposes, it
will be found invaluable.
An endless source of amusement for
the coming winter evenings. Sent by
mail on receipt of price.
SUA V Ell & CO.,
CI Park Place. N. Y. City.
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the result ot mental over-work, indis
cretions or excesses, or some drain on the
system, is always cured by Humphrey's
Homoopathio Specific No. 38. It tones
up and Invigorates the system, Imparts
strength aud energy stops tbe drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Been used
twenty years wito perlect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Price fl
per single vial, or $5 per package of live
vials and $2 vial of powder. Sent by
mall on receipt ol price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company. 109 Fulton street N. i".
The Merry Day a ofOld.
In reading of the middle ages one Is
struck by the accounts given ot feat of
strength, etc., of the life acton ot those
times. The suits oi armor worn, would
certainly indicate the possession ol greats
er physiclal itrength than is developed
by men in those latter day. What
wrought tho change ? Men lived tn the
merry days a more ouUloorllle than this
advanced civilization ot ours can afford.
There Is a greater consumption of brain
matter, and that Increased demand on
mental and physical power necessitates
the use of a pure vegetable, tlmulant
tonic, such as the Home stomach Bits
ten. 4-1 in
A Gentle Mlul.
In our ttyle ol climate, with Its sudden
changes ot temperature rain, wind and
sunshine oltcu intermingle in a slnglo
day It is no wonder tliat our children,
Iriend and relative are o frequently
taken lrom us by neglected colds, half the
deaths resulting directly lrom this cause.
A bottle ot Boschce's German Syrup kept
about your home for immediate use will
prevent serious sickness, a large doctor1
tiui, and perhaps death, by the use
three or four doses. For curing Con
sumption, Hemorrhages, Pneumonia,
Severe Coughs, Croup, or any disease ol
tho Throat or Lungs, Its suooess Is simply
wonucnm, as your druggist will tell you
German tfyrup is now sold in every town
and vlllsge on this continent. Sample
bottle for trial, 10c.; regular size, 75.
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Bacon, Hams. Specialty in Butter,
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Prints, Domestics, Bleached Muslins, Shirtings,
Flannels. Tickings, Dress Goods, Silks.
A lull line ol Carpets, Mattings, Floor Oil
Ladles' and Misses' Boots,
This stock Is entirely New and Fresh. Special attention given to Country trade.
Ojr Stock embraces everything needed In the City or Country, in Groceries or Dry
(ioods. Pleaso give us a call, examine our goods and prices belore you buy.
Saloon and Restaurant.
TUB BEST OF
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand. Also has constantly
on hand a
Large Supply of
ORANGES, APPLES, ETC.,
At Wholesale and Ha tall.
At the Old Delmonico Hotel,
J im JTo, OS Ohio Levee
73 OHIO LEVEE,
i,ny N.ii:ouJ Bank Building, up.amirh.
The Olilrst FsuUliahed Agency 1 1 Hwinlirrn
H.InoU, ami rcprauntinK bv-r
685 OOO OOO
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wtioleialt aud Bctall Dealer) In
Foreign and Domestic
n ii:h of alt ki.mih.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
-TESSRS. SMYTH A CO., hve constantly a
1VX large stock ot the beat rxxij In the mar
ket, and nlve epoil attention loth whole,
ialt branch of tM buiineis.
Q. D WILLIAMSON,
Ami Dntler lu
JU. 16 OHIO LEVXE.
PKC.ALattvntlot ?Uen;tconjInmenu a n
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Paints, Oils, Varnishes
Wall Paper, Window Qlaaa, Win
dow Shadoa, &o,
Alwaya on hand, tn oelabrated iIIddiImii
Corner Slavanth Btreat and Waaiit
Mound Hit; Comfflsrelal Collegs
St. Louis. Mo.
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naming an tut a of lite.
for IUnitrtte4 Circular,
THoh. A. nu l- i u I It
ootu-tiv - .i,u.v:
Goods at the lowest Price "
Cloths, Curtain Damasks,
Children' Shoes, Cents' Boots ami Shoes
no A I.
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ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
Jillcim whin ift. toot of Sixth 8trit
Mime in llullnbty Hrothora, ophite HI
I liurirs iiuiri.
t-.Hiil'Hn Milln. Twentieth Itiwt.
imI Dump, loot ol' '1 Uirty-tignth Street, or
run ijuwu arawer .i
.it ANL'FACTUKKK AND DKA1.EK IN
Mr. Block deairea to call tbe altentlon'ot
the Public to the fact that he baa al
ways on band a large, sew and liublouabie
itock of ready-made cmtora Boot, aud
suoea aicu ne win veil at
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The only Boad Banning Two
Daily Train a from Cairo,
Tr&lna Leave Cairo
!:20 p.m. Fart Exprera, arriving In St.
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vino, cm, a.m.: iiiuiunapoill, :io a.m.;
Passengers by this train arrive at above
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f Maengera by tbli line go through to
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36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
Olr ANY OTHER ROUTE.
AdvertUementf of competing linen that
they make better time than tbli one, are
am iiwuhu uier wrougn ignorance or a
denlre to mislead tbe public.
'or through tickets and lnlormatlon,
ipply at lluaoli Central B. it. Depot, Cairo.
TBAW ARRIVI AT OAI0
I fl " "" " ,S ,0 P ' m
lall ..,.... ..m.h .....1 :46 a.m,
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,1. 11. Jonas. Ticket AKt.
v Ur aalary by devoUnR a vry email portion ol
Toi.r lalaure lima to my in twit. 1 do aot ax
wet too to raavaaa for mj oalebrated Bmttr'i
r laaoa aad Orcane nnioee yon at It to ; but the
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Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Kerosona Can
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and Warranted not to
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Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
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Malaria King, and DeOinchon's
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.,- ,','Irait.7"k ?,bou?uht ",SeBt PMkB f Wahine and done my waging In one Uli
tbe usual time at loi than half the con ol Hoap. Sly clothea weri whiter. I did not
bave to rub them, and It did not hrink my woolona, and for once 1 waa enabled to an a
irf..1-,.r ?ntM',nday- 80 1'llt try it, and jou will aare labor, time and money. It I
perfeotly tare to me It. MRS. A.
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c Pa:per Bags WraPPing Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pure Imported linv itinn. iiMiivrr;i
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Noap English and American Noap Fine Iiu
ported Handkercblef Extracts lu origi
nal Mottle ur in Broken Quant 1
1,e wan t ed at low prices.
Tho Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 3. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
Best Trusses. All Stvles
and Hair Brushes
Blacking:. Stove Blacking
Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
and all Acue Medicine
At Barclays' Drug Store.
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