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Cor.Wtht. &.Ohio Levee
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IIooIhhikI aiineNMnilolo Oritur. I'liici
;lath and lumber
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Between Commercial and Wash
AutMils Tor ICcitK Uiv;r Iapvr
('onipiuiyN Nlicalliln aiul
Jl.W. John's improvcMl Hoof.
Jnuulwnyft on IiiiikI.
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Ti immiii'.'.s Silk anil
Cnickct i:iill(m, I'liisli
nml 'J rhiiinlnt, Vchcl, silk CIitip.
HATS and BONNETS.
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Ladies and Ctiildrens' Shoos
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WHITE LEi. IE, OIIS
Whitlow (.'lass mid Putty.
Ilrimlir., aVhII lii"r, Window Hilts
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r.H)' Tor Voiiiik Mtn
CHEAT SOCIAL EVILS AM) All USES
Wlili-li Interfere l!h MHtrlnxe, Willi Miri; iiuii
uf rrtM for tlio trrni)!iiuaiiu:ortuiiaic,Uihuiisua
"ttt l ISiRil vrioi.M. fr... of rhar?. ,L
C1ATI0N, Nii.'l-iiiilh Slulli l.i riilhi.-lilil:.
"Vy W. TIIOIiXTOX,
.. .IiKA LEIt j....
The New York AyU
bclicvo in pdtting God'luMl it to
constitution aad pertiMatlT Mjir
"God is. not to t fttimd bf jtlat re.
"lution or wonhipp4 in coMitatioMl
"atoendmcota. Wo um iedln OM-
"m;1vcj into tic beliif tkst e-
"tional gniendBent Li mi.
"tribute to tUJfcthar. MIMitiMt
"a 'pro'nd baitntf-like bodfeHte e tm-
"posed upon by tbo cntyty flattery of
"tbin nort. A nation means so many
"individual men, women, and children,
"with every ouo of whom he keeps open
"a personal account. All the constitu
tional amendments in tho world could
"not have made the in3 of Sodom lodt
"obnoxious. We ca nuot cc that such
"an amendment would make any soul
"better. When bills of lading had long
"and pious preambles in regard to tho
"protection of God, skippers did not
"swear any less, ship-owners wcro not
more pious aud shipjiera wcro none
"tho less rascally. It is quite probablo
"tht: when tho sanctimonious under
writers used pious phrases they over
"charged their patrons, who in turn
"were just as able to fall into arcon or
"any other mcli crime as they aro to
"day. A candid reviow of the history
"of religious phrases docs not imprest
us with their ranctifying influences."
TllE liouisvillo Courier-Journal sayt
of .Judge Black's rejoinder to Wilson:
"hi not caying too much o pronounce
"it in every resjiect tho best piece of
"political literaturo which has yet tip
"pean.'d on this ide of the Atlantic.
"Nothing in all the range of critical
"biography surpasses it iu the vigor of
' its rca-oning, the force and clearness
"of its statement, and the brilliancy,
iioint and purpose of its style. No one
'flhould fuil to read it, and uo ono who
'begins it will leave it unread. It is
" ry long, but those who have not time
-) read it jhrmld lay it aside until they
"ran find time. We put it on file as
'noceary part of tho history of our
"day and generation, and a.s a convtne.
"ing presentment of the motives oi tno
"Huchanan administration. It is well
'that this grand old man remains to tell
"a talo that no one in America is r-o ca
"pablo of telling,"
It i-i stated' that an apple dealer of
Port Huron, .Michigan, hart lately re
turned from Liverpool, Tihoro he con
tracted for tho delivery of 10,000 bar
rels of the best Michigan apples, expect
ing to clear ono dollar and scveuty-five
cents jer barrel ou them. Apples can
bo transported from Michigan to
Kurope by water all tho way, and this
is probably ouly n small beginning of
what will eventually become a great aud
TlIK London Cosmopolitan proposes
the following marriage vow for its lady
readers when occasion requires : "I will
"continue to love my husband so long nB
"ho i lovable, houor him bo long as ho
"remains honorable, and .obey him so
' long as his commands aro just anu
It is now currently reported that
Viunio lleani, while in Home, paid an
Italian to chisel Lincolii out of stouo,
while oho contented herself with chisel
ing tho government out of ten thousaud
X HlnuUr Hulelil.
linvnrni u-inkii Gootaa Hunrv SUrr
need sixteen, a on of o woll-knuwn micros-
coplit. commiiicu iuicmu .v
r.Ji.innr., Nn. G7 Morton street New
Vork, by taking laudsnum. Urooding
over religious questions hud rendered
tilm Insiine, Knd In a paroilsm ho ended
i.i iiiv. Aifroii (lamwAv. iiL'eu twenty-
two, wa's a tlrm friend of young Starr, and
was wltli mm tne ovening prcviou. w ...
.l.-.nii, r.rl..f Yir tlm ltm of his friend do-
iiresscd him oxcocdingly, ana yeiioraay no
committed sulcldo by taklnf morphine.
Ho was formerly a reporter of tho uwrw.
A NtrnuBc Bo If.
A ''bog" In Irolund has suddenly be
come nomadic, and is socking to chango
its sltaution. It U stated that the Inhab
itants of Bo.llcU, near Biillingar, Rosoorn
. L..,.-n tnrriHxil nt tho sudden move
ment of tho heath bog of Corllsk. Iho bog
is a high one, of many hundred ne res, and
it made such rapid progress that at' dusk
1 ..v.M..m.. niinv
thulr homes for moro securo places. Iho
bog contlue it motion, and fears are on
torlaliied that much damage will bo done.
Ono poor man has lout lilt ontiro potato
crop bvtlio Ocurrtwo.
llt'ty ncros ottlio low mnu nun omn
ured up, destroying crops of potatoes, tur
niiu, out. Tlio slariii of tho Inhabitant!
nr tiinm aro icuviuk
fkmrz. it ft
... imm sfca-'BiTea Court
tn ISM. KlaMoriaOefM Imlta WB that
Krttwky, tmf tt It fey of Jmwy,
i..rfl(Mlan or Wolf Wtmi. wkich
WiuMrtof the SUtoof Xiiaewt; that
UM0toMaMb0afdt at Um poM In
vital the tkM
Kontuckr responds that the torritory
embracing the Ststo of Kentucky was
originally a part of Virginia; she has al
ways claimed as her northern boundary to
low-water mark on the north side of tht
Ohio river and to tba middle of the Mis
sissippi river; the baa always claimed
Wolf Island to be within her territorial
limits and Jurisdiction as derived from
Virginia; that it forms a portion of
Hickman county, ono of her original
counties, and that it has for many years
been occupied by ber citizens, who hsvo
exercised the xlghU and privileges guar
anteed by the constitution and laws of
Kentucky, and that one of tho residents
ot said island (Prince Kdrlngton, Esq.,)
in 1M1 represented Hlckmon county in
tho Stato Legislature, that as early
as 1781 the land embracing that is
land was cntorcd In the proper oraco in
Virginia as vacant lands lvinir within the
territorial limits of tho Btato: that Ken
tucky hu repeatedly passed acts tor mo
protection of the settlors on tho Island in
tho Mississippi river within her jurisdic
tion, and that she had sold these
lands in her sovereign capacity. Ken
tucky donles said island was ever within
tho territorial limits of Missouri, denies
that tho channol of the Mississippi was on
the eastorn side of the island when the
boundaries wore fixed, or that tbo same
was on the eastern side at the titno of tho
filing of complainant's bill; and further
more that, many years before the bounda
ries of Missouri were fixed, the main
channol of tho Mississippi was on the
western sldo of tbo Island.
Tho evidence presented is very eonfllct
in. A number of witnesses for Missouri
swear that for many years back, the mala
channol was east of the island, but treble
as many witness swear just the reverse,
m.l .nvor.l uf them are residents of that
.uinliv.rA liim observed tho tlhvslcal
changes so marked on tho lands adjacent
to tho Mluliiippl river,
rvntnln John W. RutseMr of Franklin
county, Kentucky, deposed that ho had
known Wolf Island slnco IBM, and that
steamboatmen always conceded tne main
rh.tm.l to bo on tho western side : that In
1831. when ho commanded the steamboat
Uncle Sam. there was not wator enough
far tlm boat bv two or thrca foot, and ho
was eompollod to run down tho Missouri
channel: and that when tho water was
low, boats were always compelled to run
in tho Missouri cnannci.
Captain John A. Helton, of Frankfort,
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dcnoipd mai ne ran uarceson mo jiiuu'
sippi as far back as 1808; and then and up
to tho year 1833, when ho quit navigating
that river, uo cnannci was on me asissouri
sldo. He stated particularly that, in 1826
or therealout, no attempteu to pass up
the Kontucky chute, with the steamer
Henry Clay, and was compelled on ac
count of the low water to go oaex ana
come up the channel on tho Missouri side.
in alter years, hb saiu, un n.inuu;
chuto washed out and became larger and
Daniel Moiby. wiio lives near won
Island, deposed that up to 1633 or 1634, in
low water, tho channel was on the Mis
souri sldo, ana Hint in ioa. mo wator in
tho Kentucky chuto was so low that it
was not navigablo for tho smallest boats
Aim. TUmaev. who has lived in that
vicinity deposed that ho had known Wolf
Island since loir; men uiu Auniuukj-
chlito was OlleJ with cotton-woou ana cy
iron itumna, and that tho channol was on
the Missouri side of the river; and that
ho walked from the Kentucky bank
ovor to Wolf Island, and more than half
the wav was dry grounds; no ooscrvea at
tho same time there was plenty of wator in
thn Missouri chuto. Ho stated that it did
not now look like tho tame place; moro
water now being In tho Keniucay cnute.
Trunk Thomas, of Ballard County Ken.
tuckr. deposed that he. paasod down tho
river In 1804. taklnc tho Missouri chute,
At that tlrao thore was no Kentucky chute;
it looked liko low lands with coltonwoou
and cypress growing on it. Ho also
tilted that at a subsequent period bo assis
ted in getting aflat boat through tho Ken
tucky chuto, out u was wnen mo waior
was at flood litgut.
Hon. Jos. It. Undorwood, of Howling
Qreen, Ky deposed that he survoyed
lands an'd leyed off tbo town of Columbus
lioutl82ff. arid was acnuaintod with the
currents and channels of tho river in that
vicinity; and that there was double the
quanity of wator on tho Mis sours sldo as
compared with the Kentucky chuto.
Captain James Lee, of Missouri, deposed
that the Missouri chuto was ion mues anu
thn Knnttickv chuto six milos lOBC. Ho
gave hit opinion, as a river man, that, if
tho oea or cnannei nau ongmanj uvcu uu
tlm eastern side of the island, tho river
could never have opened tho channel on
the Missouri side. ,
I'.nbilm ft wan and'Rannov. St. Louis,
and several other witnesses for Missouri,
who have navigated tho Mississippi river
for fort viir or mora, swear positively
tho main channol of the river has always
been within tholr recollection on the Ken
tucky sldtf. Tho late Hon. Jas. Guthrie
anil fkntaln Joo Combs of LoUiSVillo,
have rVAnuohtlv stated that thoy have aeon
the Kentucky chuto in extiemo low wator
almost entirely ary; w u.o vpuiu
Combs' exact expression, "there wasn
onouKte'towr.ter a cow."
Kentucky makes a strong point In pre
senting tha Tihvslcal formation of tho Is
land, growth of timber, dec. It it In proof
that the primitive sou ana timuor on tne
island correspond exactly , with thoso on
tho Kentucky thore, such aa white and
black oak. walnut, poplar, hickory, doc
wood. Ac. On the othor hand the Mis
souri shoro Is made soil, and tho timber,
rottnnwood and sycamoro, Indicate a tec-
U -1 w
oadary growth. A witness stated as a
earlow fact that there ls no., whlto oak,
pobla or eVvodi9n fie Missouri side,
whliaeach abounds 'both on tho ', Island
and Kentmeky lands contiguous theroto.
flon.i Montfewert" !fld' argued for
. isffj4lfendai 4h 'Ofriday.
JWMSfanberry, who follows. Intohds to
Isfljeaf e.tbojurUdretlon'-of tho Cojirt- in
tnecsiMaana wuiiassau ineir ueciaii
Island case. Ho holds tho question to bo
notjudielal.but, political.. The tcaso at
tracts' fho'attentlon and interest of tho le
1ST 111E ts7?IXKL."
r sair iuiti.
"Didn'l know UrDb
loast as he's ba ' r ?
nwnm or vinrinia
WharAseyou Veen 1,
"Hero In IhU tunnel
He t. mypsrtnnr,
TIAt .tno Tain Kljnn
Day out and ilnytn.
Why, It'. a ln
Totlilnljof Tom Klynn
Tom with lil.elirer,
Tom without fe.r
Hlranger, look 'jrl
Thsrln the drift,
jjack to the imll,
Uah'I'l the timbors
ItraJy W !
Then Id the dirkni.
I hM him call:
" 'Run for your life, Jake t
Run for your wife', .ake I
Don't wait for me.'
Anil that wa. all
Heard In the tlm,
Fljnn of ViralnU.
"That's all about
That let's mo out
Here In tho damp
Out of the. un.
Tht 'arderned lamp
Makes my ejre run.
Well, there-I'm done.
"Bui, .lr, when you'll
llesr the next fool
Jul you chip in.
Say you knew Klynn i
Hay you'Te I'ten'yar."
HiclBtasiaor the Wllof tho lale JrorK
thn nniv nnr.otit that we ovor
HUVUt .. J nil II
heard of that was not spoiled by being
Honlxcd was tho Jew named Daniel.
Whatever aiiuas toucneu imu n w
cold. In thtso days toucn a man
cola anu no ii iuui ..b-
B Wa are ofUn told to Itnltato. nature.
Still, we shouldn't lmltatobcr too literally.
. a . 1 tta mil iaI 4 11 e A 1 1 1 M
We need n t ureas iu Ktiren i.w ....w-b..
the summer becauso alio docs.
a- ...ikn. .I.llnillm. tho idoaof ehOSU.
asks how a dead man can get locked into a
room. Probably with a skeleton key.
"It it possible, Miss, that you don't
know tht names o( your best friends?'
"Certainly; I don't even know what my
I.. . v.. r from now."
Our neighbor Is still arguing against the
credit system. Let him try to get credit
anywhoro to tho amoui-i oi uve uuuarr,
and ho will find that his argument Is
' a nil.mm. If .ictrrieved. has a right
to pull a blackguard s cars, but ho should
not cut tncin ou.
for tho accommodation of other aggrieved
r.ulioL'a eoartshln and marrago wero
Infill. rlr rnmnntlf. At tho hilUSO of tllO
editor of a periodical for which Oulxot
Wrote, UO Otton met a younc muy nsmn
Paulino do Meulan, who liko him, sup
ported herself by her pen. M'llodo Men-
lan fell 111. auo was too main stay i uiu
mother and sister, and during her absti
nence from literary labor tho whole family
wcro In danger or railing into uuirt...
One morning she received a long paper, in
a disguised hand, put in prcclto Imltttlon
of her own literary stylo, with a note sta
ting that whilo her Illncs continued i
clos equally suited to tho mngiir.iiis in which
showas engaged would bo forwarded to
her. W hen .niiouo .ueuiaii riii
tn hor health, sho miulo cvory otrort to
discover her unknown benefactor, but in
vain. At longth ho prcsonieu nimseii , u
... . K. .Iitf. ututerrt man of letter whom
she had so often met at tho editor's house ;
and shortly afterward Ji no rauime uu
Moulan becarao Mme. Gulzot.
Jonosboro Is the oldest town In Tonnes-
An. 1 no nril nuwsiijur imuntuvu in
n a-.tal.lllnjl in
thstStfttowM commencoil In Joneaboru,
thniit'h loon aftor removed to Knoxvlllo,
There Androw Jackson figured in his ear
ly days as a cock tighter and a duelist. On
a hill which overlooks Jonesboro tho hero
of New Orleans mot nis antagonist, tosct-
tlo a difllculty according to tno cono, on
which occasion ho Is said to havo acted
with tho utmost coolness. It sooms that
"Old Hickory" regarded his opponent as a
poor shot, and allowed him to shoot,
which he did, missing Jackson who then
advanced with his pistol presented until
h i onnoser ran. wnen Jackson nroa up in
the air. thus vindicating his honor with
out Irvine to take the lifo of bis fellow
notice la the following.
nrlntedln North Carolina papers, and
Leaded Tn Ownm of Bloodhounds: "
"Any partlet, saving a pack of blood-
hounds whTCirtney wouia De--wpg w
disposs):of,,'either pormenontly ;pr.. Jor a
snort simfi .aro nuiuuenju .
with Sheriff McMlllian; of Kobeson coun-
ly, at Lumberton, stating . tno terms upyn
which they can bo olther purchased or
. . i a .1 1 1 - . ! ...1 U
Tadih lBaoTiuiw,t83 Ohl6 tov'ce, will
uoroaftor kep'cowlnntlj ou hand, direct
from tho KaStcru'mivuufiicliurers tbo very
be.t winter stralned'puritlcdnperm oil, for
sowing machines, and all fino and light
machinery. This oil ha never yet been
superceded by any of the manufactured
oils, asitnovorgums or hhiuu i
ly you want a good, stylish and well
fitting suit of clothes, mado to order, you
mast go to P. Noll', No. 7'J Ohio Levee.
SOUTHERN MEMBERS DISGUSTED
AT THE NEW RECOSSTUO
.THE, QUESrihX.OP JURISDICTION
IIETUKK.'H J lift llULSft AM)
A COMMITTEE'S REPORT IN FAVOR
OF A REPEAL Or' THE
PRESSNT STATUS OF TH R A LAlLlM A
. ""r r, i hfu ntii'UTIiV
Tin: iiousk A.vn sbvatc.
Washington-, Jan. 31 Tho question as
to whether tho Senato can originate a
mcasuro to reduce taxation In tho f Impo of
a bill to abolish tho Incomo tax, which
was raised last week by tho House, was
to-day referred to a conference committee.
composed of thrco mombers of each body,
to Inveitlgato and roport upon tho manor.
Tho Flnanco Commlttco of tho bonalo
debated it to-day, and wcro unanlinoiutn
their opinion that tho Sonato had not in
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any way intringcu on ino constuuuoimi
privileges of tho House to orlginato bills
for raising tho revenue. In tho meantime,
tho absolute question of tho repeal of tho
tax has not lost any friends. Tho A ays
and Means hoped ,to-day to vote upon It,
but did not, but will to morrow, it Is bo.
Moved, In favor of ropeal.
THE TEST OATH.
Tbo Reconstruction Commlttco at their
meeting this morning decided to roport In
favor or Representative Hock's bill for
repealing tho test oath, by which thous
ands of persons in tho Southern States,
who nro not disqualified by tho Fifteenth
amendment, will bo qualified by tlio abo
lition of this oath. Tho commlttco suld-
quently reported tha measure to tlio
Home, and It would havo passed but for
the delay lntorpoed by some of tho South
ern member. It comes up again to
morrow, and will doubtless pass, us wiiio
of tho leading Republican mombors of tho
Homo, Including Illngham, of Ohio, will
anoak In Its behalf. Tho bill pasJed tho
Senatolmt session. It look as though
this will bo tho only amnesty mcasuro
that will puss this olon. The Republi
can member do not intend to go further.
Tho Ilouio to-day passed quite an im
portant bill toglvo all honorably discharg
ed soldier anil their widows and orphan
homestead on the public lands, and re
quiring them to bo actual settlers for a
certain time. All oldlers who served
three year or moro aro required to ro
malu two years on tho land, while all who
havo served but two years aro required to
romaln three year ai actual icttlcn. Tho
bill L yet to pass tho Senate.
TlIK ALARAMA CLAIMS.
For tlio first timo this session tho Senate
Committee on Foreign Relations took up
tho question of tho settlement ottlio Ala
bama claim, and, aftor considerable dis
cussion, docldod to wait for a reply from
tho Stato Depart nont to the committee
letter, asking for the draft of it bill, based
ou tho suggestion of tho annual me. sage,
for a commission U audit and determine
tho claims. Members of tho eommitteo
pronounco tho dispatches to tho ew
York press that l-.ngiami nas pruiiwn
now terms for a treaty, and that they aro
now in process of negotiation, as purely
sensational, and so far a. they aro aware
without foundation In a-graln on tact.
Gen. Howard was before tho Homo
Committee this morning nking for more
money for tho Froodmon' Ihtroau.
Tlio Banking and Currency Commlttco
agreed on a bill to-day to provide for tho
printing of all National Bank notes In
the Treasury here.
arrived huro to-day from llra.l), via I.on
din, and In tho course of tlio day called at
tho Stato Department. Ho I on hi way
to St. Lout.
bOMKnouv i:lse PlsaUaTKD.
Somo or the Southern Republicans
themselves are becoming disgusted at the
attomptto rovamp tho alleged outrage of
year, ago for present political use, and
cannot turn their consciences to tno sup
port of tho present attempt to tlr up
anew tho proscriptlvo practices of tho last
two Congresses. This gives evidence that
the nniraL'o commlttco will fall to manu
facture a political sentiment which will
indorse their attempts a reconstruction oi
si.n reennsirnctod State. The Conserva
tive wero hoard to-day In evldoiico en
of Tenneee, will bo a candidate for Sor-geant-at-Armsof
thenexVHo" of P
roiouUtivcs. He will be prw.ed by tho
.NOT I'KAU AS UlU'OKTKl).
Col. -.ewis Downing, chief of tho Cher
okeo Nation, reported dead in yesterday's
dispatches, i allvo and in good health,
A delegation from Columbus 1 hore,
hoaded by Rlohard Harrison, chairman of
tho Republican State Committee, urging
tho passage of a bill to divide Ohio into
three judicial districts.
TUB CISOIK.NATI HRIDUr..
Tho Homo Commerce Commltte hope
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN-EGT.
to decillo.tue' bridgo. queAitn-tMs week.
I'ho. memorial of Iho'jfcar'd'or'Xjdermea
of Cincinnati, 'protesting against (ho con
scructiou of tho Now pijrt.and Cincinnati
br'iJge'on the present plan-, and praying for
Its modification 'hecbrdfh'g' td'th'o' recom
mendation bf'tno 'Government onglneers,
has b'ecn' 'received, ... i
.TOUACCO AJTD' CIO3.
A tnemmorbiHs'ift !mndrfrom 200 busl
nees men and drmYbf 'Cincinnati, praying
for a repwof spialtaiosi oh rales or to
bacco and cigars, and for-other changes in
the revenue laws affecting builnbss'.
' lite JxrxKESE,
which arrlvciTln this city yesterday, hava
created quitoa pleasant excltomtnttt thty
aro tho first distinguished Visitors ta,
Washington from. , Uiat;dlvaatland littea
the evcr-to-t)q-rcnicmbcrcd. visit, just be
foro tho war, of. tho ombassy, of which
Japancso Tommy was tho shining light.
Tho present Embassy has ' como to this
country to gain an Insight Into the way in
which our national finances aro managed;
and, while tho former visitors werojeom
pelled to mako" their wlshia. known
through an Interpreter,, theso speak
English. Thoro nro twenty-twd of them.
COR. UTII ST. k OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - - - Illinois
Has tit rccelrpd a full and completeslock ol
Gents' Furnishing Goods
01 every deii-nrtlon, which will be sold at prices
tUtwill not Mil tn .utt all purchasers. Ftrteet
OUtfiuriuileeU. Hu sloe of
Shirts, Hats, Caps, etc.,
not eseelleclln ;olnl ol price, style,' end dislgn,
In tins ft any oilier inarkol,,
Cor. Poplar and Thirteenth St ,
CAIRO, - - - - ILLINOIS
tin the LiillJlng known:.. IliaSmlthfltore.)
I.dmiitt a(ientriroeery Huslnes.lnKirit-Claa.
(ioo.l., Uiu-Tea., pure Cult., Canned and Dried
1'riills, Miiuke.1 end f.vlt Mrtt, Pickled Pork.
I.trd, Miiokfd li...f, lliit-er, Kre.h Kit. Flour
Mr.l,uilt l'l.li, .u-. Candle., fot, and all kind,
of .)f.d. in nally kept in finKlaJs grocery toi.
Ofike, IStt Comncrclal AveaM.
Ofllcn Hours, H to 10 st.ssa. i i1Jsb
Iletiilence, No. II, Ninth street, Cairo 111.
P M. 8TOCKFJLETII
(Successor to I'ohls StocVfleth)
Rcctlller mid Wlioletalc Dealer lu For
eign and Domestic
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
78 Ohio Isevee,
CAIRO. - - - ILL-
lie keeps on liau I constantly, a full stock ef
OldKi'iiliicky Hourbon. Ryo and MH
onu'iilielii tVhlskles, French Hrau-
ilk'., Holland (.In. lulue
mid California M ines.
Cor. SthSt. & WashlngtouavNs
Cairo, - - - IllinoiB
Is supplied with tho freshest
(Irot cries, (Jreei and Driest asBtt Cass
u.d t rull..
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Bier
An I everything el.o nuded for family JPPlr
It I. in .hurt ouo of thotw.l .locked ieerie la
"a em'tinuaco of publlo patronaie la JPJ'1'
Hoard aa l Tuition per aonosn.-ttis.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
Inaugurated by if, 1WI
and lilt'on ierinnntn, )
It v l.ffellinulh.l). !.,
Dean of Uuron. tor
Ur.unnlv tu Malor Eraoi. London, Caovla
J CiEOieGK STEINHOVSE
r.ii- ith mi. ii ml rouiinercial T.. ?
i.v ran: pkiiky house
Nliarii ilir..C'leaii'rweUsssl iklll-
Ladle.' sad emwren it "-r-
eiuier a. .hv .iiuj-v.
ATTIlLll". OWN ttOUeH.
nunlleinen ni.aer. an i
. .... .. I ll...ltJl...iIB
Illio wiener, aU'l su.lciios-uw..