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JOHN H. OBKRLY & CO.,
North, Throtign W P-"
ii yy 2.20 p.m. 4.00 a.m.
South, Way 12.15 .m. iOOp.m.
" Through N. 0., Mem-
phi and Columbus 2.30 p.m. 4:00 p.m,
Ohio River route, (except
Monday) lUHp.m, r,.op.Di.
(ron Mountain R. U J:M.m. lX.Wf.n,
Miss. Ill ve, route, Tueaday
anil Krlilnjr COO p.m. 7.)p.m.
Thebe t, Ooote Inland A Banta
Fr, III"., Thursday A Frl-
day ; .()p.m, T.ODa.m,
Mayfleld, Rlendville nd
Lovelace, Ky 11:00. m. 4. "Op.m.
fleneral Delivery ... 7:10 . id.
(Hunda)a S to 0 A.m.)
Money OrW depattmcnt :0O .tn. 6.W
Register " " " " S.-00 a.m. 0.00 p.m.
Money Order and lleiliter department- no
open on Uundays,
- - --
.'reaching, Habbath at 10'A t, and 7J- r. at.
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday at 1 r. m,
Sunday fkiwol, 3 r. v. J. M. I.ansden, Huper.
Inlendent. Her. C. II. Four a, Faster.
MKTHOIHHT-O.r. Kighth and Walnut Flu,
1'reacblng, Habbath W t, ., and r. u.
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 7.' r. m,
Hunday Hchool ,3 r. . I.. W. btllwell, Muper-
infendent.. Rev. F. L.Taoarsns, Cantor.
CHURCH OK Til K. llKDF.KMF.It-F.plcopil)
Morning prayers, Habbath l'J.'J i. a.
Sabbath School, 2 a. h.
Itev. Ma.Cn.a, Iteetar.
BT. PATRICK'S CHL'KCII-Jor. Ninth Hi. and
.Jubllc -ervlee.HaM.athsXand to;; .. h
Vespers, 3 r. x.
tinday School, 2 r. .
Service esery day, 8 r. m.
Iter. P. 3. O'lltLLAaia, I'rleat.
tilar meeting aecond Monday each month at tie
I'rayer room of the Presbyterian Church
Weekly I'rayer meeting, Friday, 7J-S r. at
.h I'rayer room of the Presbyterian church.
U. 1'asiioss, President.
AFRICAN MKTIIODIST Fourteenth, between
Walnut and Cedar.
fjefvicei, Habbath, 11 i. .
Hunday rvhool, y, r. x.
BF.COND FRKH-WlLI.nAPTIST-Fiftrenth HI.
Preaching, 7; r. m. Iter. Win. Jacaron, Factor.
between Walnut anil Cedar.
fcervieea Sabb.th, y, and 3 r. m.
Ilef. N. Ritai.Pa.tor.
FRF-E-WIIil, RAI'TIHTIIOME JllSHIU tUN
DAT HCI1 00 L Corner walnut and Cedar Kit.
Sunday School, 0 a. k.
IRfcT FREE KlliL BAITIST CHURCH-Citr-
Hervlces.rlabbathll a. at., 3 r. m, and 7! J r. m.
Iter. Wn. KiLLar, l'ator.
FIRST MISSIONARY IIAITIST CIIURCII-Uet.
ween 10th and 11th afreets near Cedar.
Preachlm HaUalh 10j a. at,, and 7;; p,
Fpajer Meeting. Wedneedajr etenlns.
Freachlna, Fridajr ef enln.
f abUth S liool, V, r, . John Van Ilait
Marr Htephem hupenntendenti.
Key, T J. Snoiil,
norernor. John !. Talmer;
Ueutenani-OoTeroor, John Dougherty i
Becretary of State, Klward Hummel;
Auditor of State, C. K. I.ippincott i
8UtTre.nurer, K. N. llatei ;
Hupt. Public Instruction, Newton Dateman.
Jenatora I.yman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
P.epreientatlre fur the Hiate at Larse-J. 1
Rerre.eniatlre Tlilrteenlh Dutnct John
MEMIJEIU5 GENKUAL ASSEMBLY.
Benaton. lat Diatrlct-T. A. K. Holcemb, ol
Union, and S. K. f!llon,of Gallatin
Repreaentatlte, lit Dltrict II
, Watson Webb;
ludcf I). J. Baker, of Alexander.
Troiecutlng Attorney-J. F. MiCartney, ol
Circuit Clerk Jno. CJ. Harman.
Uhenfl-A. II. Irrin.
Wm. Martin, Asr-enor ani Tieaturer.
Judge F. Droit.
Ao,ati-J..E. McCrlte and H. Marchlldon
Clerk Jacob O. LTnch.
Coroner John II. noisman.
Mayor John M. I.snsden.
Treasurer J. H. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Harnett
Marshal Andreyi Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pone.
Police Mtgistratot-P. Bros and H. Hban.
Chief ol Tollce-U II. Myera.
Fint W-rd-P. O. Schuh.
Second Vlard C. It. Woouword.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Htaata Taylor.
City-nt-I.arge W. V. Halliday and I), Hutd.
HOARD or ALDEBMRN.
PIR3T WARD Jamei Rearden,
ECOND WARD II. II. Cunningham,
"THIRD WARD Wm. Stratton,
OURTII WARU-James Carroll,!
Ttme of Meettnq.
rha Cltr Council meets In loint session on
Friday evening preceding the first Monday ot
The Select Council meets on the first Wednea
day and Thursday, alter the second Monday in
lotto or aicir.
The Board of Aldermen meets rn the firs
"onday andTuenday in every month.
COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL.
On fifr(i-Mcsirs. Taylor, Walder, Winter,
ood and Mete air.
JIna -Mf sr. Cunningham, Bchuh, Fitager-
aid. Beats and Halliday.
Ctumt Messrs. "Wood, Cunningham and Xleb.
ISAc and Jof-Messr. Carroll, Under and
Ordinandi Messra. Scaso, Walder and Taylor
Fin Dntarlmtnt Messrs. Rtarden. Swavne
&,-M?.,ra.R,hnh,WlnBrand a .
Printing Messrs. wonward, Uwayne and Jiuder
Stnane Mesnrt. Hurd, Htratton nodMetcalt.
DEATH OK AN AMERICAN Iff PARIS.
IVDDF.N DF.yiHK OF Mil. f.. H, I.OWKYOF
(From the American Remitter.)
The Hidden dentil of Mr. L. I). Lowry
lias nnturully Inen the principal topic of
conversation with tliu American commit
nlty or l'arli, during tlio loit wick, and In
order Hint thcr tuny tie no misconception
regarding tliu clrcuiiiHtunccn ntlcndlng lii
(IiiiiiUc, wo nro requested by liii iinmcdi
ntu friendu to tnnko the following factn
known : Mr. howry wns u niitivo ol Haiti
more, Mil., nml whk 62 year of ngo. Ho
hnd spent '2b years In buslnesa in Lima,
1'erti, wlietu lie liud ntnnssed uconsidernblo
forturir, nnd returned to tlm ttiites nboul
three yr-r iijjo, nnd took up Ills residence
In riitliidclpliiii. During the lust six
month, ho 1ms been traveling in Europe,
In company with his sister, Mrs. Aug. Kd
wrd, of Wnaliington, I). C. to. whom ho
was much nttaelied. Ho hnd manifested
symptom of ilMieultli for some ycurs, but
it was not until liis nrrivnl at till slue
tliKt hU sinter win mndo aware
of the nnttiro of his disease, which
she was nssun-d was incti ruble.
After he reached l'ari', mi attack of sick
ness rendered it necessary for him to c.ill
In a physician, when Dr." Delnrd, who at
tendid him, cnnlirmcd the diugnosis that
had been previously made, and prepared
.Mrs. Edwards for a sudden termination -f
Iti4 llfti nl unv moment. Mr. i.owry win
nevertlicle.snbleto muv out und to en
joy visiting the moiittments and objects of
curiositv l the French capital. On Tucs
lay night, the 28th ult., ho went to tho
Jperu Cotniquc, nccompiinied by his si'tcr
and three other ladle. Ho had been in
good ttilrits durinc the evenlnc, but on
, their way to the llieatn-, ono of tho ladles
noticed an occasional expression of pain
in his countenance, but madu no remark
about It, us it was not agreeable to him to
be notlccil vheti sutlerltii: from nasinir in
disposition. On their arrival at the thea
tre, which whs quite full, some time elap
sed before the deceived gcntluinm nnd his
party got tented. Almost Immediately
alter taking their p'ucjs, Mr. Lowry was
teen to raise his hat to his face: his hands;
suddenly fell again, disclosing a death-like
expression in his countenance; his head
sank back helpless, nnd nMliini; was left !
of what hud the Instant before been an ani
mate beini: but a lifel'ss bndv. The soul
hud departed without a struggle.
I he body was linmedlatelv conveved,
without occasioning disturbance, to the
foyer, where, after beine; visited bv the
doctor of the theatre and tho police it was
uispaiciicu to tne urnnu hotel, irom whence
the funeral took place, on Thurdnv after
noon, 1 30th ult. The funeral services wcro
performed at tho American Episcopal
church, Kiio Bayard, by Rev. Mr. Bur
nett, and u large assemblage ot Americans
in the church testified to the interest felt i
by his countrymen in tho deceased. Tho
American minuter ana .Mrs. Washburno
were among tho spectators. Tho cere
mony was performed In a most solemn nnd
impressive manner by lie v. Mr. Burnett,
and he took advantage of the opportunity
to make a few appropriate rcmurks on tho
uncertainty of life, anil on the lessons to
bo lcarned'from such sudden visitations of
I'rovldencc. The remains will be sent to
l'hiladolphla for interment.
LOVK AND SUICIDE.
(West Merlden, Conn ,(Jan I.) Correspondence
ortlie ,rw roJk lli-ral.J.)
Some five months ngo a young man na
med Frank Marker, n compositor on tho
lleuublican of this citv, became enamored
of thedaughterof his boarding-bouse keep
er, Miss Rosa Faulkner. Rosa was very pro-
possessing, and tho girl, tolling mm to Keep
from liquor, promised to wed him. He did
to, and two months ago went on hit way
rejoicing to his parents in Toledo, Ohio,
and having obtained their consent ho re
turned to marry tho girl. "Whilo waiting
for the weudlngarments to bo prepared ho
suddenly left tho city, the prevailing opin
ion being that hJ hnd changed his
mind and "felt o'er voting to marry
yet.'' Ho was aged 23. The girl, it
would appear, reproached mm in a letter,
and refused to havo any furthor correspond
ence will) mm. in sneer desperation no
last week cumo to Mcrtden, two pistols ho
had purchased on tho way, having been
each taken from him. Ho "obtained a third
before arriving here, nnd sought a man
named i- itcu, whom lie claimed una in
fluenced the girl to ins disparagement.
This Fitch, who is married, and also a
compositor, denied tho chorgo in tho pres
ence ol mo young ludy. .noruer leu too
room, saying to a friend that " tho girl
hnd cleared x1 itch tosavohim. otherwise
hu (Marker) would havo shot him. Now,"
says he, " 1 will shoot myself.' His friend
tried to get mo pistol nwny irom mm, uui
Inlled, and tuo young mnn escaped.
llo wn seen alive nt mill-past -l o clocu
on Saturday nftcrnoon. Ho wns discov
ered deud on Jlonday morning, lying on
liis luco In tho snow, inn belt ot woods
near Hemlock Grove, distant about n half
u milo Irom tho city. Ho had taken his
life with a pistol, having placed tho muz-
r.lo n Utile to tho icit ol the right ear.
Tho ball lodged in tho base of tlio brain
and killed hi m instantly. Ho hnd taken
oil his overcoat and hat, nnd lett a letter
announcing his intejition to takohlslifo
for lovo. Ho added: "And if thuro is h
holl hot enough for Thadduua Stoveim, lot
! mo go to it ; it not, give mo u barrel of tar
nnd (omo Kinuung, nnd i win maxo ono
of my own I" In his memorandum was a
brlet prayer asking forgiveness. At ins
feet lay tho frugmunts ofn letter from his
sweetheart, renouncing him.
Till KU-KL UX TRIALS LETTER FROM AT
Tho Wnsliinclon Chronicle publishes
the following letter from Hon. Geo. II.
Williams, tlio now Attorney gcncrnl of tlio
United States, to benntor l'ool, ol JNortn
Washington, P. C, Doc. 30, 1671,
Hon. John Pool, Washington, It, C.t
My Dear Sir: I havo received your
letter of tho 27th inst.. covorini; ono from
Colonel Cnrrow, United States marshal of
North Carolina, irom which it appears
that ccrtnln Interested persons pretend
nnd nro trvine to produco tho impres
sion that tho Into changu in tho ofllco of
attorney gcnernl indicates on tho part of
tho administration on abatement oi vigor
in prosecuting oil'ondors under tho recent
legislation of congress to onlorco tho rights
of citizens. 1 nm not niquntnicu with tno
motives which induced Mr. Akcrmnn to
resign, but 1 know that tho president was
poriccity sntisllcu with tlio energy nnu
zeal displayed by lilm in prosecuting mem
bers of tho kti.klii".lliiii. .Indi'lni- from
and thoovidonce elicited mvm rnennl trlnla nf
....... uiviuzuu govurumeni
' can tolerate; and If thoiu who commit or
ntrociou orinifi expect
nny 1'nvor frntn
mo, tlioy nro doi mo I to
signal Und bitter disappointment.
not nbandon tho hone that nil trood cltl
zeni In tho southern states, for the take of
their own safely and happiness, as well as
from other considerations, will assist tho
Cubllo authorities in breaking up all nom
inations formed to disregard law and
destroy the tieaco of society ; but if un
reasoning and defiant crime makes it nec
essary, the president is determined to uso
nil tho power which tho constitution and
laws have placed in his hands to protect
tho lives and property of peaceable citi
zens and maintain tho supremacy of the
laws. Yours, very truly,
Geo. II. "William..
A MUSICAL DOO.
The Hartford Timet is responsible for
the following: "There is in this city a dog
that can sing. "NVo state the fact unquali
fiedly on tho tho testimony of all tho mem
bers of tho family of tho gentleman who
owns him. The animal in question Is n
mousc-colorod greyhound perhaps about
G or 7 years old. His attempts at singing,
though they are certainly not very musical,
tiro unmistakable, and tlley have now been
observed by tho family for the last two "r
three years. Ho does'not sing '""c but
when ho hears certain m-,','e" ,of
family singing he join, ' " ' ' mo,rn
particularly tho cov- ,' "no, nlii of 10
house, who". I' tio begins to sing when tho
dog in v.hcro about the place, is pretty
rnin to obtain n canine accompaniment.
If she is heard singing up stairs, and tho
dog is shut out below, he will raise a rum
pus until ho is ndmitted to the room whero
she is, when he will 'join in,' keeping very
good time, and keeping so woaro assure!
on tho same key, rising with tho singer
to the higher notes, in a kind of blended
wlilno and howl, that is yet neither llko
tho voice of a dog nor anything clie, but
showing something of a musical ear.
When he reaches a note too high for him
he will stop and wait for the cadence of
the song to reach the lower notes again.
In his rising notes he lifts his head as well
as his voice. When his owrcr enters tho
room ho will suddenly stop, and not nn
other note can bo got "out of him while his
master remains. In fact, he dislikes to
havo anybody present except tho one with
whom ho sings.'"
TURN aiiout is fair flat.
Pitts is n capital business hand. He ex
amines tho goods he is thinking of pur
chasing and then says : "Well, 1 11 look
around und if I don't find anvthing that
suits me better, 1 11 call in and txke this."
Not long ago Pitts said to himself, "I am
getting rather long in years, and guess 1 11
get married."' His business wouldn't let
him wait; so calling upon n lady friend,
he opened tho conversation by remarking
that he would like to know what sho
thought about getting married. "Oh. Mr.
Pitts,'' she replied, "that is an affair in
which I am not so greatly interested, and I
preier to leave it with yourself' "Jlut, '
says he, "yon are Interested j nnd, my dear
girl, will you marry mo 7" Tho young
girl blushed very red, hesitated, and as
Pitts was vcrv well-to-do in tho world, and
morally and ilnnnciallvof good standing in
society, she accepted liim, whereupon tho
mattor.nf fact Pitts responded, "Well, well,
1 11 look about, nml if I uon t nnd an
body that suits
me letter than joti, I'll
F..T-UNITIH STATES SENATOR ARNOLD
Hon. Arnold Naudain died in Wilming
ton, Del., on Thursday, ntter n brief ill
ness. Mr. Naudain had attained tho ven
erable ago of eighty-two years. Ho wns
an educated gentleman of much refinement
and culture, and enjoyed the confidence of
his fellow citizen. Ho was born in Dela
ware. Ho was educated for tho medical
profession, gruduntcd in Princeton college
in ISO), took his diplomH as M. D., and
practised ns a plnslcian with success. His
enreer in tho field of politics.was very
gratifying to his ambition and aliko hon
orable to liis family und friends. Dr.
Naudain served ns United Stales senntor
from Delawaro during tho years from 1829
to 1630. Ho was subsequently appointed
collector of tho port of Wilmington, nnd
discharged the duties of the office with n
degree of nctivo efficiency.
J. GEO. STEINHOUSE,
Cor. Sth-at, nnd Commerelnl-nr.
Bil'CIean Towels and
BB-Ladiet' and children's hair cut nnd nhnm.
lKioc.1, either at the shop or at their own hornet.
Wfienllemen'r whlkers and h Ir djed In
artltliom nner. Satl-tnctlnn cuaranteeil.
RTETTAUERS k WINEMAN,
larnari-tt txu jottvii Ol
DB Y GOODS
128 MlrhlKnn Avenue, netweon Marl.
laon mill Monroe,
COAI. AKU WOOD.
WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!!
The uiidersigiifd will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An Clirnp.ll not Clienprr
than any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave nrdcra
"In the Hlnles at tho I'ostnfflce nuil at ltna' coal
sard, ou Coiiimercial avenue, between Tenth and
twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois, 1 give good
measure and will cord the wood up If desired.
nugllMI 'DENNIS HALKY.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12,
SAVE TWENTY PJtllOKNT
II j buying your
F TJ IsT I T TJ 1R, IE
Waalilngtou-av., .mr Coaftim llena
Hesur. Kichhott Hrnthendeilre to inform the
cltliens of Cairo that thev are manufacturer all
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And have now on hand and lui ial. at
Wholeeale mid Retail,
All kinds, and wll continue to keep at their
ALES BOOM?, IK TIIEIU NEW J1UILDINO,
Every discrlptma ol aheap and cosily lurnlture,
"OTMarble Topped Uureaut,
49-Wardrobe, Sola Chairs,
S.ofa and Matrataes,
T-Lounges, etc , etc.,
Which they will guarantee to sell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Thin they can be bought from any other dealer in
the city. Rive them a call and satlsly your-
BURGER'S NEW STOCK.
MUSLINS, PRINTS, SHA" LS, ETC.,
One ol I lie most attractive displays of
in the city.
Commercial Avenue, between EionTH
and Ninth Streets,
has every available apace In his store room filled
with New (iooilt, Ilia stock is com.
plete, comprising a beautiful
TRIKTH, 11I.EAC11K1) AND UNBLEACIIEU
MUSLINS, COTTON FLANNELS, ETC,
A aplendld arrny of
Among which ar the
Nemeat nnd Sloat Fnshlonnble
Colors and Material.
He has a large stock of j
on hand, which he will close out at low llgure
before the holld) are over.
The ladies will Hnd a large anilment of
wl.Uh will be sold cheaper than anything of the
kind ever eold In Cairo.
Mr Huiger has laid in an immensotock of
which he will aell cheaper than the cheapeat.
wcrywhere for the lurgest Raptiat paper In l""
w llUl. Able vtriteri". ult tlm neus, and eun''inl
inprovcmcnis. hull Market Report, (jundii)
Hchtol Depurtincnt !con every week.
rtexiblo advocato of llniitlst prlnclles. Oft fc
iirirs ; only a.50 por venrTho ir.o-t sstonuh.
i.g premium and clubbing Hat ever
liberal cash commisaiont paid. iy Bpec men
cony and particulars frit to all who a ll write Jo
LU Vllhlt 4 TEAMAN, Ta Ctan Uamst. br.
LOl' MO otJin
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AFRICA.
Most Successful LiFr. Insurancp. Corporation ok
Amount of I'oliciks in Fokck Dec. 31,
Total Income to Samt. Date,
Net Ivcrkahk of KifKs in Forck, 1870,
The. I.nrceat Ntt lnrr(tuednrln- the year 170 f stay Comprtssy la the World,
Giiosm I.vciikamk or Rt.iKB IN Force, 1870, $30,327,730 00
On)r two companies In the world exceed thin cross Increase during 1870.
The only company which Ruarantee, as a chartered rUtit, the nncirle of LOCAL IN EST
MKNTH IN KACII pTAT K, In prnnort'on to its Premiums or He-Insurance Fund.
The only company vhirh, by Its charter, gives KACII H 1'ATK A RKPRESENTAT1VK IN THE
GEKEEAL OFFICE, ST. liOTTIS, MO.
JAMES II. BRITTON, President.
IIk.vrt "W. Houoii, Vieo President. Felix Costk, Supt. Missouri Dept.
Wm. Hanley, Secretnry. John N. Pritciiarp, Treasurer.
C. F. BuitNEH, Attorney. E. L. Limoine, M. 1). Med. Officer.
Hon. "Wm. Barnes, Consulting Counsel and Actuary.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT.
E. P. BurtLiNoiiAM, Manager.
CAIEO SEARCH BOABD.
The following named gentlemen hold or control llo.nno insurance each, In the Llle Association
of Amer r i
P. W. IlARCLAT,
H. "W. Weiip.
H. II. Candke,
J. M. PiiiLLirs,
It. S. Wmoiiam,
I.enrn our Itnle-j and I'lao before
Carl L. Thomas,
For Snle nt Wholesale or Retail
CORNER 32D.BTREF.T AND OHIO I.KVE1,
J. P. GAMUI.K.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
-A-IIiT TEES ,
Done In t!.o highet ttyle ol the art, and a
rates that defy competition.
SHOP IN PERRY HOUSE, CORNER OF 8TH
sTHKET AND CMMERCIAL AVEN'UK.
I) It Y UOODN,
0. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, KXTBA,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING'
II la KntlreNtoekXow Cloatur Out
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8t ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
I. & E. GREEN WALD.
Sleam Kiigim t
Flour oiur.niiM .Mills,
The "Tuppei I'nlenl firnnbai
M AO II IN ERY FOR (IKVEIIAL 1'UltrOSK,
thk i.vmk K Jf
nvr -er t -er a. ii ;
TO ABSORB PROFITS.
John II. Orerlt,
T. J. Kkbtii,
"W. S. Epson,
yon Insnia In any other Company.
Catao Ooxmxnm, No. 13. Stated Assembly
at the Asylum Matonn Hall, first and thirdJiaU
Catao Coi'kcil, No. 2, Pegular Convocation at
Masonic Hall, the second Friday Inaach month.
Cilao CuirrtR, No. 71. Regular Convocation
at Masonic Hall, on the third Tuetday of every
Cairo Losoi, No.Z3T F. A A. M Regular Com.
munlcationa at Matanic Hall, the trcond and
fourth Mondava nl earh month.
Ii.iti licr.i. No.&ca F. a A. M Resular Com-
munlcationa at Masonic Hall nrat and third
Thuradaya In each month.
ALixtxcia Lonuc, 221. Meets In OddFellcw'a.
Hsll. In Art-r'a Ituilding. every Thursday even
ng, at to ciojk.
w. n. MORRIS,
II. II . CANDEK
No. Pub. and IT. B. Ccna.
FIRE, TIULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Assets 3,M,S0I tr
NORTH AMERICA, FA.,
Assets. 2,r,0 00
Assets.. S.MS.tlO Ti
Asset.. 1,711,11! M
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
Atseta.. I.3A1.S9S 17
Aasela 706.9J7 Ot
Assets MS.UI U
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 600.000 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets 30,000,000 00
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets 1..W0.000 OI
RAILWAY TARSENOERS ASSURANCE
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEK,
71 Ohio I.evee,
City National Rank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Ataets l,oC8,7il 7
HANOVER, N, Y.
Asttl WS.M2 ou
REPUBLIC, N. Y.,
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency.
YONKERS, N. Y.,
j Asset "MM '
I Atsets UJ..WH
I firemen's fund, s. f.,
! Asset K'.WW01
I SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
CJTORK, Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls and I Car.
L3 goes, inuru i r e n.,v,...
permanent eecurity will warrant. .
r . ....,i. n Hi. irltana of Cairo, s
share ol their patronage.
i rvti'vvtiunj -
C. IT. HVOHB
com mismioa ANn ronwAnnina.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to F. B. ffendrlck. Co., )
Forwarding and Commission
jtKLIberal Advances rr.r .
Are prepared to receive, .lore am erwanj
frulghts to all polntaand buy atu
sell on commlsilon.
Iluslnesa attended to promptly
STRATTON & BIRD
(S uccessnre to Htratton, Hudson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
Agents of American Towder Co., and man-
pgenin ror coiton varn
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
(8 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
0. D. WILLIAMSON.
No. 70 Ohio Levee.
satrsptclalattcntion given to consignments
WOOD 1UTTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
183 OniO LEVEE,
JOHN li. VMLLIS & SON,
(Successors to Jno.B. Thillls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATB
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TEN Til -ST. and OHIO LEVE1
CLOSE & VINCENT,
33HA.IiB13R.t3 X3JT XiIi3D
Cement, Tla6ter Paris,
Corner Elglitb Ntreet and 01 f Lave
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
, FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
No. 64 Ohio Loveo,
ti,i .....). run-!'' "e silt iTaWoaia
f .,' 1". i-itehaWe and Intthanteons.
w' y,l.'':r:,;tnl. No R Uleulous Tinta or.ua-
pleatanl wioft, ,
rial, .Dye tftf'fi,
fiellulne w. A. vacneior
MEUUTELV a spltadld
iVlk nr niiur d Brown. Doea not 8iaio the
1 1 I . a I. . 11 1 ",... dA- ...I 1I..MII.
Wlrin hill leaveamo iiir vtm, w.
;iMi)uijtisriiiiipirific. tmt .
tiiJd W aJI cfrugglstt. FaotorylS Bond itraet,