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JOHN H. OBEULY & CO.,
Korth, Through - BiOHn.rn. n'.m
i wr 2:20 p.m. 4:00 p.m.
Soulli, Way 12.15 p.m. ;p.tn.
" Through N. O., Mem.
phlf nd Columbus...... 2.30 i.m
Ohio ltlver route, (ejtcept
Monday) iOip.m. r.:00p.ii
Iron Mountain K. It S:Ms.rn. 11: . ti,
i.. Itlvcr route, Tueaday
nJ Friday 0:i p.m.
lliebea, flooae laland A Kenla
Fe, 111k., Thursday X Kri-
.Jay , ; C.uup.m.
Mayfield, lllandville and
I.ote!ae, Kjf 11.00 a.m.
Central Delivery ... 7:30 a.m.
(Hundayst 109 a.m.)
oney Order department :00 a.m.
later " ' " " B;a.m,
one; Order end
Headier departments no
Preaching, fiabbulh at W, a. m and 7J r. m.
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday at H r. x,
Uunday Hchuol, 3 r. m. J. M l.amdeu, Huper-
Intendent. Her, C. 11. Fooir, l'ter,
METIIODIST-Cor. Kibth an'l Walnut Hi.
teaching, Sabbath Vi a. m., and 7 r, h.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7,'j r. H.
Hunday Hchool ,3 r. m. I.. W. bllleell, rturer-
intendent. " Iter. K. L.Tiioxraox. I'atlor.
ClJUItCli 0FTI1F. Iti:m:i:MKIt-(l.ilco.al)
Morning prayera, Sablntfh Wt a. m.
Evening pra)er. 7. . .
BubUtti School, OA. M.
Iter. Ma.Cois, (lector.
fcT. PATRICK'S rflt'lU:H.or. Ninth M. end
Public Service, Hal.balh and tO.' a. m
Veipers, 3 r. .
tinday&-hoot,2 r. m.
bervlce eery day, tru,
Iter. I'. J. O'llaLluaax, I'rl.st.
ular meeting second Mender each month at tl.
I'rayer room of tho I'robj lertan Church-
Weekly l'r)er meeting, I'rlday. 7K l
the I'rayer room of tho Presby terian church.
(J. 1'amq.ii, President.
AFItlCAN MKTIIODIST Fourteenth, belnefli
Walnut an I Cedir.
iWvic", Hjbbath, 11 a. m.
fiunday N-hool, 1 r. m.
HECONH rMlF.K-WlLLllAPTIBT-Fifteenth Kt.
Preaching, " r. m. Iter. Win. Jwk.ou, Pa.tor.
between Walnut and Ceilar.
Bemeea fUbb.th, ! and 3 r. M.
Iter. N. Ricn.l'a.lor.
FKF.E-WILL HAI'TMT HOME Mts-tu fct,'N
OAT tfCIIOOL Corner walnut and Cedar St.
huoday School,!) a. M.
IKST Kit EE WILL DAI'TISTCIIUKCII-Cnr-ry's
ervice-, Habl.ath 11 a.m., t. x. ami Vi r. .
Iter. W. KlLltT, I'aatnr.
tnSTMlSSlONAKY II.U'IIST CHURCH Ue
wmd 10th and llth utreeta, nearCedar.
Preachlni Pabtalh 10 a. m., and 7S'
I'rayer Heellnn, WedneadayerenlnK.
Hreachlnir, Friday ereniiif!.
rabbthOdioo!, l'-J r. H. John n ltaxter and
Mary btepheni xuperlntendenta.
BECOSD HAPl"STCHUItCII-houiteenlh atreet,
letweenCedar and Walnut i Her. Jacob Brad
ley, Elder; the tnly llaptlat Church recosaued
I j th Aaisciatloa. 6rice, Sunday 11 o'clock
r.ni., at 3 p.m. ami at 7 p.m.
Jmoi HaAOiar, Elder.
Oaieo Con)!Dra, No. 13. Slate.1 Aaaembly
at the Aaylum Maaoois Hall, firat and thudtBa..
urdara IneAOh month.
CAiaoCooriL, No. 21, Pegular Conrocatlonat
aaonlc Hall. the aecond Friday lnarh month.
Caieo Cnaak No. 7t.-eKulr Convocation
at Moni Hall, on the third fuwlay of erery
"oa"! Udoc. No. 237 F. A A. M -Regular Com
municationa at Maonlo Hall, the ncond and
lourth Mnnda) ot eaoh month. r
Diita I)or. N0.6.W F. a A. M. Regular fi
mualcationa at Maonlo Hall-an-t and third
1 huradaya In each month.
ALHA-nora howl, 2-it.-JIeeta InOJ1''''0"'";
11.11, in Art-r. Hud Hok, erery Thuraday eren
Die, at 70'clooV.
Governor, John M. Falmer i
Lieutenant-Governor, John Dougherty I
Secretary ot Htate, EJward Kummelj
Auditor of Stale, C. K. I.tpplncott ,
8Ute Treasurer, K. N. Hates ;
tiupt. Public Instruction, NewtenDateman.
denators Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
Representathe for the Hlate at Large J. L
Representative Thirteenth District-John M
MKMBEHS GENKKAL ASSEMBLY.
Senators, Ut Jiisinct r. A. E. llolcomb, ol
Union, ajMS. K. nltnn,of (lallatln.
KeprefthfAtlve, 1st DUtrict II. Watson Webb
Judne D. J. Halter, of Alexander.
I'roafOMIng Attorney I. F. McCartney, of
Circuit ClerW Jno. Q. Harman.
aaeriB-A. H l"ln.
SVm. Martin, Assessor am1 Treasurer.
Judge F. Jlross.
Assoe.ates J. K. 5IcCrltcnd 9. Marchildon.
Clerk-Jacob 0. Lvnch.
Coroner John II. flossman.
Mayor John II. Luisden.
rreasiirer J. U. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett
Clirk Michael Ilotvloy.
in rsbal Andrew Cain.
Attcrney P. 11. Pope,
Police Magistrates F, Dross and U, Bhsn.
Chio.ol Police L. H, Myers,
ay or John M. Lanaden,
Virst Ward-P. O. Solmh.
Second Vard-C H. WoouwarU.
Ihlrd Ward-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Wrd-S. Btaats Taylor.
Ultyat'Large W. P. UaUtJay and D, nurd,
BOARD OT ALDBUMK.
HR8T WARD James Bearden
fcCOND WA RD It. II. Cunningham,
Henry Winter, '
THIRD WARD Wm, 8tratton,
OURTH WAltU-Jamea Carroll.J
0. II. Pease,
OltAVK POXITIUV OV AFKAIIt!
I HCSTK 1't.AN SKI ItKT.MtV FISH !
IIVKIIVIIOI.VH 1'I.AN-TIIH TltK.MV
MlT I'AM. Til KOUlllI WHAT HIKV ?
ren nr.ilenee Nrw V.ik Herald.
V.allt(i7', I'-l'. 27 Tluro U lm
iloubt Unit Mr Kilwnril 'I'lionitnn, tliu
llriliilt Mihlstcr, liti bcun tiitttialod by
iU novfinitni-nt to Inform tho govomincnt
of tho Utiittd StutM tlitil tinlc's tlm clulm
for cunicquuntiul tlnmngo l witlulrnw
tlicro enn bo no auttlorncnl nt Ck-novn.
Tlio answer to Lord Uranvlllo' nolo,
which lint bciTi o long tlelnyi-il, utid tlio
ii!)Stanco of which lmulrcmly been jirlnt
im In tha 'llcrnhl,' wn k1 dlciiMl In
the cnbln;t inutliiK to-dny. bul It i4 filvcri
out thnt it will not bo luiit beforo .Sttur
dny, 31 r. Kuh Imviiif wlthdnnvn It to
chungo lt jihrnscolony to n to inulio lie
tonu lc objuctlonitblo. Tho dolny
U undcratood to bit "no of i)u,,,lt'
policy ntid h)1UIch1 nuccMity, nnd to lmvo
apcchtl ruferenco to tho dilllettlUo which
nurround the 0,111tlon. H i linponlblo
form to rt-ctdo from tho ioitloii taken In
tho Ainorionti cne, nt'd thi will not b
demo. Tho poiltlou nstutnwl by tho Hn
Ullsli Kovcrninont nnd tho Knylhh com
iiilsaloticru Is ptrf ctly tindoretcud b.y our
povorntncnl nnd our cotiitnt(!oticr. They
ftnnd dlcoctly oppowl to cucli other on
rjucBtlona of fuel, ni on quccllotu of tiol-l-y
; but when It ;omc to proof tho inn
f?uai;o of tho trenty. tho mcnfilntj of tho
protoeoU und tlnilndetiondeiit ovldenco in
thohundnir the atuto depiirtmcnt tiro nil
claimed hi conclusive for t ur ide. Hut it
in not detiieil in olllclol eirelca thnt thero U
ii ierioj dilemma, und thnt nclthur H.le
rtin recede. Kvcrvbody U looUlnt; nbout
lor mini' plun to relievo H e tmkwurdnoM
of tho Mluation, nnd if poib'u to lecura
I lie tth;ment of the t n; without war.
ThU wa the mcnlrig or the Informnl sul'
gestion to tho liritUh mlni'try tojcttlo tho
whole mutter for $50,000,000, Mid tho plun
may or muv not huvo al(;ni(lcrtnce jmt in
tlm'gumo ctinnecs to turn.
In view of tho trenty, .and of every
other form of icttlement, tho 1'rctidetil l
tiKilitntlng n coup iTrtat, which he limy
riislio fct iinv time. If hli plan l ndoptcd
it will eor.e!.t In n reiteration In h .pedal
meiii(;o to Cont'reM of hi recouimenIn
timii" in hUitiinuul iiii'iingo of 1870, und the
payment of tho Alabama, clalmunti by our
government, in tho form of botdi, tho
government of the United Statel loaning
to (ircnt JJritain for reitnburfcment. On
tho other hand, th clnitnanH thenitelvi-4
nro moving, ntid propoio to look directly
to tho llritnh government for payment if
tho treaty fuiU. The hut mode of nt
tlenient ii not lootied uK)ti with favor by
the Sccrctiiry of Stute, though tho Presi
dent c no'ol jeetion to- it.
Tho cluitnutita before thu 5Iixl Claims
(,'onimistloii in thi city. whoo conni?r
nution at tho probable failure of tho trenty
win printed in the 'Herald' to day, nro
eouiilly interested witli lh claimant! for
direct 'dimnge before tho tribunal at
Cenevu, and it it feared that tho ono clans
will be nn iniurinountnblo obstacle to thu
lucce'i of tho other -houlb cllher attetnjit
(Mtlcment on their own account, all
them nlina tro tinon thn theory, which
may bo accepted na n fact, that arbitration j
it cnueu; tnai nu ine ironiuna ui uu
treatv fall to tha ground.
Tho posiibllity of war it not overlooked
by our government, though the possibility
of rcttlcmctit, in pite of the fuiluro of tho
treaty, i ardently hoped for. The nn
iiucr to Lord Crnnvillo contemplate! tho
repreaentution mudo lo Secretary l'ih
bv, Sir Edward Thornton, and will con
tain an unqalificd refmnl lo withdruwthc
cato presented nt Geneva. All other
chance ot settlement having lulled, tho
l'rcudent will mako hii rccominendution
to Congress nnd throw upon it tho respon
sibility of either accepting or tesenting tho
repudiation oftho treaty by Great IJr.tain.
CorgrcM being tho wnr-mukjiig power,
they can do as they pleuso in upholding
This will bo tho third treaty with tho
United St:tc which Great llritnin has
repudiated after ratification in the lant
half centu'y. Thero is much interest
hero to know how Congress will deal with
this last action of Great llritnin, when the
President lays tho wholo question before
A MAN WINDi VP HIS CLOCK IN I.OUI-!-VII.LK
WHILE THAVKLINH IN MISSIS
SIPPI. (Krom the Lo'tlsvillo Courier-Journal, I-'eb.iiO)
Tho tplrltuulisU claim that tho spirits
of livo persons can leavo their bodies,
travel to dill'ercnt places, see everything
und ovcrybody, and, in thort, do tluo
things which, under similar circumstances,
tho spirits el deceased persons could Co,
nnd tho evidenctri of ono nro about lis
strong und convincing us thojo of tlm
A remarkiiblo initniico of this kli.tl was
given sotiio months, ago in this paper,
all of tho fact of which wcro obtained
from the individual himself. Another in
stance of thu same nature has just been
brought to light, which Illustrates thu tho
ory very woll. Wo will leltito tho story
just as wo heard It.
Mr. S., tt well-known Fourth street
merchant, started two weeks njo to Now
Orleans, and rode all tho way in u sleeping-car.
'When near his dotlnution ho
fell into ft deep slttmbor und commenced to
dream of homo and those whom ho hnd
left thero. The train, meuhwhlle, moved
rapidly over bridges, trestle work, prairies,
through cuts, all of which wcro dis
tinctly seen nnd admired by tho sleeping
traveler. Mr. S. irnzed tinon tho scenery
for u llttlo while, nnd then determined
to return homo for ft fuw minutes.
Accordingly ho crawled out from his
body, mounted upon tho wings
of tho wiiul nnd Unrtcil witit icr
rifle snecd buck to his storu und iifturward
to Ids Hroadwuv residence. Hu wciitllrst
to His wile s room una lnunu tier cosny
wrapped in tho arms of Morpheus ; then to
Ills children s room, nun sawinem timnuriy
iniruL'ed. ntnl. finally, hu mudo it tour of
inspection uli through tho hodse. Every,
thinir was In cood oidor except tho eight
duv c ock-, willed notmmeuiaioiy set itoihk
by winding it up. His visit to I.ouisvillo
was now ai an ono, nnu uu returneu iu ma
body, which ho found lvimr motionless nnd
lust asleep in tho berth of tho
6loeplng-car. Mr. S. was (till conscious
us much so us nt tiny othor tuno.
nnu paused lor u whllo to viow thostrungc
ness of tho situation. Ilia own body lav
before him j tho train was In motion j tho
othor pnssongers wcro near; and tho con-
ductor sat in ono corner and tho porter in
another. Tho disembodied mnn pulled
nwnv tho Covering, nnd folt the nulan of
his own arm. Ho sciutlnlzod the features
closely for seven or eigne minutes, und
Itinn ti..nn Inrml .! I rtib twua...tnn nf tlltl I
body, gcing in through tho head. 1
A short liuio later .Mr. 8. nwoko, nnd
j vm io strongly I mpresiod with thu reality 1
ofthi'nboo experience Hint ho nt onco
! utotuiiu account of it l Mr.. S. The ,
letter en me In duo lime, mid Mr. S,
I throuuh eurhwilv. enmlnel the clock.
it 1 1 l to lier aiinr n.iind t ihl It was really
t oil ml up. .She and nil her member ol
tho family ni'trt pD-itively that they had
Ih'l lotielii-d the time-piece, 'jtid that no ono
o...' foul 1 have (lone so. .Mr. 8. naserts
with equal cmplnuia thai hodld wind it ui,
and that ho remembers tho net as vividly
ii anv other act of his life.
THE TREATV AT WASHINGTON. !
Tho Sow York Xathn, one of tho lead
ing independent journals of tho country
invariably deals Impartially und manfully
with nil limes and upon nil subject'. In
nu nrticlo under tho head of "How the
Treaty has Hroken Down, ' sny-i " Wo
tnkolllnbo doubtful If anything further
will bo dono for tho present, if anything
ecer n ilone.ur.aer ino J reaty ot nsning
ton, " und then addx :
"Tho wholo civilized worlil rejoicou
when, Inst (itimmer, It was nnnounccd that
tho two nnlions which stnnd In tho furc-
mo.t rank of political progroaa, nnd lounu
a most excellent way of ending even tho
fierce't international controversy than
marching ugaln't each other with guti,
'inaklng n. nol'e,' us Voltaire said, with
two llttlo slicks on nn ts skin tlditly
stretched.'' Hut tho civilized world had j
only to A-nit six months to teo tho great '
tribunal which was then erected for tho '
preservation of pence, arrested In ils ac-
tioii by one of tho'c deputies which dis-
trust the hnrniony of gnrriion mc's-roomi,
.and furnish tho" rnw material of duels,
The phllo'oi)hor have to put up their
wisdom, and the lawvurs stow away their
i .in i .i.... ... i...
lore, illl .tir. VTiuu-kuut; vi irh ut-.i' ,
ernl Grant n'K him lor -l.ooo Ouu.ObU.wnicri
ho assures him he does net expect him to
pay, nnd which -Mr. Gladstone swears he
never will pay, come what will.
A CURIOUS STORY.
I From the llo.ton Herald, .
A few davs ngo u pnrngraph in tho '
' Herald ' baed upon what was known to
be good authority, announced that Mrs.
Abraham Lincoln hnd visited Hoston, nnd
incognito, nnd closely rei)cl, attended n
public sfoncc of n well-known lady medi
um on "Washington street, on which occa
sion tho spirit of her Inmenlcd husband
appeared, and, by unmistnkublc mnnlfes
thtiotif, revealed to all present the identity
of Mrs. Lincoln, which she had attempted
to keep secret. AVc have ntjw tho Lest
authority for saying that tho report wns
in all respects accurate; that Mrs. Lin
coln visited Hoston on the 4th Inst; that
she took lodgings ntthc I'urk house, regis
tering her nnmo n Mrs. Lander; that
she remained thero ten day., during which
timo sho made frequent visits to the medi
um above mentioned, and that while at
the hotel, her indentity was discovered
by n person who had often scon her in
"Washinuton. Slio desired to havo her
visit to Hoton unknown, but tho injunc
tion of secrecy coast d to be binding after
tho rovelntion ol tho public ttanee. It Is
further stated by thosu In
know, thnt the Interviews with the
medium wero of the most satisfactory nnd
concusive nature, in affording lots of the
real presence of her husband.
A MKAN WOMAN.
Tho Detroit ' Freo Press ' records tho
eels of n generous lady :
Yesterday morninc n lad v from tho cast,
who crowed from tho Grout Western depot
lo tho Detroit A: Milwaukco road to go
west, dropped her pockc-book in tho depot
nt "Winsor, and mudo outcry enough to
scare every ono within n block. A rug
ged llttlo boy, with his hair sticking up
through nn old hat, nnd hi toes peeping
out ot his hoof, camo forward with tho
pocket-book, which ho had found. It con
tained, as tho lady informed tho railroad
officials $7,000 in "bonds ?",000 in notes
nml $1,000 in grconcacKs, makicg its cah
, I ... Ol. Aill l.n .... -.
nine to ner us goou ns;iu,uw, una ,
of conrse, well pleased with tho boy s ac
tion, nnd nsked his name nnd nge, tho cir
cumstances of tho family, nnd finally open
ed tho pocket-book to rewnrd him. Sho
minted all inroiign it, iounu iwo icn-ceni
shin-plastors, and, handing them to tho
ind, told him nlwnys to remember that n
cood action was suro to uring n goou re-
" I f!M. 0" l.l nl.l l...t
WuTU. 1 uu uut jvmcu uu in. ui mi, ,
thanked her, und ran on to buy ten cords
f wood nnd a, barrel ot Hour nnd oilier
stuff to last his widowed mother till
spring. He's going to look for pocket
books all tho rest of tho winter, nnd when
ho finds nnothcr.ho s going to hnnd It over
That nrtlei's llttlo sculptor, Vinnlo
Roam, is ntraiu nt work with horchisol on-
deuvoring to gougo another 20,000 out of
tho United Slates 'treasury, inistimo
poor Farragut Is to bo tho victim, nnd tho
greatest iilnrm i said to ngitnto tho living
mctnhers of his family lest tho libel should
bo perpetrate J. Nohodv who hns over
gazed upon poor Lincoln in tho nttitudo
of an ungainly Mormon Elder, con
templating with stony satisfaction
his last murringo certificate, but
must admit that his assassination wns not
his worst fate, and feel Hint tho grave is
no longer a rcfugo where tho wicked conso
from troubling; yet every nnUtro must re
volt ngnlnstti like destiny being meted out
to good old rnrragui. as one-null oi
vinnloa timo sineo sno commonceu muu
moulding 1ms been devoted to importuning
members of conirrcss nnd lobbyists, tho
impossibility of her over developing Into
an nrtlst, oven If possessed oftho reipiisito
tnlent, must bont oneo npp'irent. Speak
ing eves nnd eorpiottisii curls nro bul poor
substitutes, for genius, nnd slnco sho trusts
more to her physical clinrins than to nor
mental rapacities, sho is entitled to no
place in tho world of art
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slaeehterod in tho Cuho market. They defy com
petition. Olvo Hum a trial. scpuiti',
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Cemknt, I'larter Paris,
PLASTERERS II A I R,
Corsier Eighth Ntroct anil Ohio lrt
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. B. HendrleWs A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Advances tr:r, , uponSf
Are prepared to receive, uoro am orward
frvlghta to all points and buy nt.U
aell ou connniaalon.
ssviluslneaa attenileii to promptlr
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS rpR FAIRBANKS SCALES
Omo Ley as, CAIRO, ILLS.
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
No. 04 Ohio Lovce,
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON & BIRD.
(Successors toRtratton, Hudson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Lovco, Cairo, Illinois
D. Z.MATU UK. C. C. UUL
MATIIUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
. No. 04 OHIO LKVIIR,
i Sisth ., AIIiO.ILL
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
C'oininarrlnl Aeime, oipulle l.lllo
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEA1S
Made to order, or Iteady-Made
llaa reeelved a full and complete stoclc of goods,
he newe.t .nd completes! In the city. Ai llu
menae varity ol
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
h oilers Kreat inducemeta to her patrens and
all othera tonall on her,ezamtni the prices, styles
and qiisiuy oi iter oouai
Mrs. Swanaer, having sold her properly, wll
art. the whole of these itoods at aud belcvcoaj
Now is the time to purchaa Christines good
t the very lowest prices.
CAIJIO CITY "HOOK BINDE15V
JOII.V II. (IIIKIU.Y .V Co..
, rrrriKTi kv.
bulletin BuiWi'njr, corner of llitlt
t fctrect and Washiiiglon avenue,
j Cairo, Illlitios.
I ijli!5e,. VrSin.,lln,?"?l ,i.uJ'!!L.',,0.nK i
eiperlenca ii JII ,,M ''"d many ytnr
ro.iuperTnte.-'nderle, of St. l-oul.
tidenfly prom'.lon, . "'Wi,niont. w can coil
oranyVind, t?;,;n'wf''1l o Ml
Notarr Public, .No. Pub. and u.c
FIKE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Aseta ... .... SA50..VH ;
NORTH AM2IIICA, I'A
Asset' 2,7Ki,UX) u.
Assets 2,Mt,310 7
Asset 1,781,148 S6
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
Assets.. 1,343,3) 17
Assets.. .700.9J7 V.
Assets. Mi,cn it
Asseta C15.I7K U
AMERICAN CENTRAL, 110.,
AaseU ... bO.UOO W
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets jt),v0,Ml w
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets. 1,600,000 Ot
RAILWAT PASSENOERA ASSURANCE
SAFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Oblo Levee,
City National Dank:, CAIRO. ILL.
nnu -rt.if.L7 31AKINE
NIAOARA, N. T.,
Assets 1,43S,J16 2
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Asset 1.0M.72I 78
HANOVER, N. Y.
REPUBLIC, N. Y.,
Assets - - .7H.MS00
Comprising the Underwriters' Agenoy.
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Assets 7,4M fl
Asel . 1S3,I3 2d
firemen's FUND, S. V.,
Asset 678.M0 Ofl
HF.CURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
Asset ....1,I,M 00
STORES, Dwellings, Farnlture, nulls and Car.
goes, lnxured at rates as favorable as sound,
permanent aeouritv will warrant. ,
I respectlully ask ot the cltlsens of Cairo, a
share o, their patron.,.. p varM.
And Dealer In Foreign aud Doniestlo
"WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
97 Ohio Levee,
Uelweek Ninth and Tenth Streets,
COAL! COAL I COAL I
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CA1UJOI,-
Couiiuercial-av., Foot of Eleventh-it.
All Ceal carefully weighed at th yard n Fair
rULL WEIOUT WAWLUtTKD.
Coal delivered on the shortest notice) la anr
pars ol the cl.y, either by too half toi, Us or eax
Leave order at tbeoSc ce.Cosnmerctal-aT.ai
he footof Sloveslh etreet. netlMM.