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January ;e,10:U p,x., 1ST
UtJ6Ulttrt tCiitTi tiT(ll.
'1 heiSBomater, St degrees.
Wind calm .s,Vek)olty ft mild pr hour.
Weather clear- ..iV
Maximum tetoperaliire. ler lat "I houti,
81 decreet: , , ,'T
KlalantMftrtr lnr,lhe1e.24 hwrt,
fi degreer. '
lr?Ttlln5M for last r. ktotr ,. C
ToUt lumber f mil rrerMf y w0.j
lurl"i;lM9t hours, VI.
Observer e'inual ."-'ervlee, U. 8. A.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS !
a. T n 23 2r xa tj- awr t
luXniMimur Tmtun.viAi to
it. S. MELDEUM
1ENDERED VI THE
M0:ilAY JVfcY JANUARY 20, 1871,
PitUcoUn lu Bltli of tbt
Box Sheet open
faUnr LTBlBei ,
The areat 4UcOTerr of tae
bm. naraiaaopaia which
the Centaur Llaltaent will not
relieve, bo welllag which it
wujBotmtKJue, ami nolaaoe.
neee whlri it will not cure
..Thiali etrong; lancnare. but
11 ii tj 1 1 m uw mm wij nnwhiii
the recipe l printed arottuu
acn notue. a nrauiar coniaiBiaf rerun
vaua of wosderlul enre ol rhetoBaUan
aaurauria. rock-Jaw, pralne. ewelllan,
buna, acaldi, eaked-brentx, poleonoui
rtitea, rrexen teet, koui, eaJirneuBi,earecne
ic, and the recipe of the Llnlaaeat will be
aent rraUa to anyone. It U tbe aaoet won.
Jerful healing and pain relieving ant the
world fcae ever produced. It eefle aa no ar
ticle ever before did aeU, and It aella became
tt doae jut what It pretend to do. One bot.
tie 01 in Centaur uumeut lor anlmala
ly allow wrapper) la worth a hundred dol
lar for eparfned, trained or galled bonee
aa lauJet, and for crw-wonn in aheep,
-lolafflllr or atook-ownar can auoid to be
without Centaur Liniment. Price, 60 cente:
aegr botUei. 91. J. b. Uote Ce., M
sreadwajr, w) ort.
CAStroJilA 11 more tnan a ubtttute for
caator OU. It le the only a irk article In
uuwaoe wmca u eure to reruiate the bow
ail, cure wlndooue aad produce satural
Bleep. ItUplaaaanttotake. Chlldreaneed
uvtcirauusDoineriaayaieep. 10-T wly
I will attend at the following tluwn and
piacee la the eeveralprerJacU la tMi county
in coaformltr wltb law. for tho nnrnniii
ot receiving the eute and county taxra rr
the year 1873, aa lollowi, to-wit :
ia vmvj precinci, at tuc touw 0! William
uoiueo, aonuar January IP, 1374.
'""E?04 Pwciact, at Dr. Jonee' atore,
Toledo, Tueedav. Januarr CO. U74.
Lu,C.1,' Crt pwclnct, at March Udou A
,wt .oputtt of .crotV. Wednee-
wyy, 1 17 , we,
in taebje pmlnrr, at .1.. a. 1
itaewinMbOT, Thureday, jfaauary ft. 174.
i.Sa Fa.jreelnct, ai W. B. Aiulenon'e
U SaeMaF areelnc
wre, aaniare, rilday Januarys), IS74
In oooae lalaad
i' MMmri, x u. uri
lo Doe Tooth precinct, at the houae of S.
Bunsacker, Tueeday, January 27. 187-1.
Id South Cairo precWt, attar office ol J.
y. Jlanaan, Cairo, Wadaeiday, January
In North Cairo precinct, at the eourt houae.
Cairo, lhuraOay, January 5W, 1874.
Section Ko. 124 ot the amended revenue
law of thia alate rrqulrae that levy by the
collecear upon: the pereonal property ol the
ux aayer be made for the aon-payiiieut al
ter0Bal taxra on or before the 10th day of
Section .No. 177, provide! that all tazee
upon real ettate remaining unpaid on the
10th day af March next, hall be deemed
aax payer will bear in mind tbete
t nangee, at tue lw Will be vijorouily en
-bc aure to unng your title paten or
iai yean ux rereipu with you, that no er
uia in jwjig wi may occur,
ALBX. H. iRVljf, Collector.
Cairo, ,111a, Dec, 31, 1873. daw-td
WILLIAM J. ALLJiN,
41T0RNEY AT LAW
JOaloe over flnt RaUenal bank.
f. MAMUfifj J?. WHKKLKB,
ATTORNEY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offloe over flrit National babk. B-lWoj
Jobh a. Mutkey.
VVUUa c. Mulkey
AimKNEVS AT LAW
ufflu: ICUhUi ktratst, biiwiieB Coiarafcr
-uu ana rraaungton avenues.
UHKKN A QtLBtiliT,
wuiuan B. oubert, y
aarepaolal attaattoa Rlfea tc aJtutiailr aad
svviiia oaiouvM,BXOMa V aw iovn
aUUK, MTATB ADBSCTV.
0, WIW8TON A CO.,
tffcAli EflTATiii AGENTS
14 (aaOOHD VIM) OB IO IttVIIB,
Boy an dii.1. Hmal Ktat,
PA J TAXKU,
UliMlBH ABrJTHAOTd () Tll'Ll
i. ..i',.uiL-imi ar.a
Oillce over Thome A Bro't. grocery itore.
No. ltn Commercial avenue, oorner TKlgbtfi
meet. Baaldaore oeroer ffaihtagton ave
Aiie acd k'oorteeath irreef.
mtmmtm I I IS 63 Q fnl& Md atltAI fvt Tft . I w I ....... . . ,
' . iii ii i m u. mMB BU'wBaKnv aninnirn. " - - w m t m m u i .
NovxLTUthl week t PltiertA Ohol
K. A. WitxtLocK, of Omaha, New
braika,but formerly a rot Merit of C!-",!'
In the city.
EuBsoiitiBtKB, lacoi, trimming!, etc.,
in er TtrUtj t Stuart .t Ohnlir.n'1,
For a good square meal 50 to Harry
Walker'i rcrlaurant, Commercial avenue
be'.ween Seventh and Eighth street. 1m
A M:unan of our homo ameluer Lave
volunteered to aeaiat Mr. Meldrum 111 the
performance at his baneflt to-morrow
This placn lo buy your dry goods it it
the on price raiti home of
It STVAhT k GlIOllOW,
Fon Sale. A flat Pertor Organ,
cheap. Addrcte Max. Rott.rn,
Care of Paul G. .irhub's drug stare.
For the frtihest atid choicest candlas to
te found In this market go to Bote A
Tiami'i, 1 : Washington avenue, te'
tweec Tenth and Klof enth streets.
T11 CAE will b preaching tbli tnorntn
aid evening at the Christian church on
Blgbteenth itreet at the uiual houri, by
the Kev. U. B. Tiiutle. The public are
invited to attend.
Tax subject of Mr. Thayer ' diicour.e
this morning will U "The Eye." In the
evealng ba will preach upon the following
inbject: "Hhadow and Sulntance, or For
ooaliim and ltealiim. '
SlCAHT it OuoLso.s will ihow
week new good in every department.
Tm Cairo Turner awciety will give a
(rand aaaaiuaraa ball on the evening
ot Fbruary Itth. fTittlg' atring band
aai been eagaged. . Full particular! will
appear in Tue4ay aaorning'i Bullxtix.
If Police MagUtraULIrd'iaoutt John
Wllkinaoo, for being drunk and disorder,
ly, was fined 96 and the imieperablei;
and JohnT. foOufre for a "plain drunk"
u deb ted to the oourt In the turn of a litle
over elx dollar.
A hxaVLAH communication of Cairo
Lois Xo. 237 A. F. A A. will ba held
at Masonic hall to-morrow' (Monday)
evening at 7 o'clock. VletUng brother!
are cordially Invitod to attend.
7S.25.lt B. P. BtA.xx, See.
Owua to the lllneee of Judge Baker
the circuit court has not been in ixtiion
lnc the adjourn meat at uoon on Thurs
day last. Tha Judge I suffering from a
very severe cold, aad It Is doubtful if be
will ba able to hold court to-morrow
FaaxTixa who purchased rood at the
late auotlon at K. U. Cunningham' store.
will please Uke notice that the store will
be kept open to-morrow (Monday) for tha
purpose of making aeltlement for the tame,
and alio for tha delivery of goods.
-2Mt. I). IIabtu ax, Auctioneer
. II. Talbot and lady of Chicago ar
rivad in the city by the afternoon train
yetterdey, and took room; at the St.
Charloe hotel. Mr. Talbot U one of the
editor of tba Chicago Kvenlng Odail,'
Which, by tha way, u tla belt evening
pper published in Chicago,
Tax Rev, Mr, Gilbert will officiate at
tba Church or the Redeemer to-day at 10
a.ni. and 7 p. id. The subjeot of the ser
mon at tba evening isrvlce trill be tho
"Habit of Exaggeration." As wai an
nounced last Sunday, the bell ot the
oburjh, being cracked, will not be rung
to announce tha hours of service.
Lkt it be rememberU that on to-uior-row
evening Mr. Meldrum'i benefit will
take place. After a week' hard work,
Meldrum hai succeeded in getting every
thing in proper shape, and the
succeis of tba entertainment Ii no
longer a matter of doubt, hbo indloa
tlont are that tbe bouta will be crowded.
Dunixo tbe performance at tbe Athe
ne tun on Monday evening Mr, Meldrum
will appear in hit great Impersonation!
entitled the Maniac, as performed by him
with groat success in all parti of the
United States, the British provinces, .and
elsewhere. To witness this piece of act
ing it alone worth double tho prico of si-
Auona tbe sore prominent arrival! at
tha SL Charles hotel yesterday were the
following: U P Miller, Frost Station,
Tennessee; ;E A Wheelock, Omaha; H J
Ellsworth, St. Louis; L A PotU, Bloom.
Ingtoo, Illlaoit J O Campbell, New Or.
leans ; J Steins, New York ; G U Krs-
St. Louis and B B Morgan, Tennei-
Tiik barber shop is on tbe oorner ot
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
where J. George Stienhouse with his gen.
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
bour of tbe day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, 0 r cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It ji a firit-elati shop, and you are
lure or receiving unt-olai treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curlsd
after tbe most approved stylet. 8-16-tf
Gown it Court. In the county court
yesterday in the case of Herman Wester
leeke vs. estate of Jas.woboda Judgment
for fee 25 wai rendored to be of laventh-
claim. In tbe afternoon the following
cases of,lnsinity were tried and tbe per-
(ooi named ordered to be lent to the
Boutnern Illinois inssno atylum : Green
T. Furtcell,agsd 25 yean; Oliver Pruicell,
aged 17 years, and Francli Keornan, aged
-.yean, xne caie ot the people vi. Buck
uai neary v iiuami on a charge or lsr-
ceny wai tried, and tbe defendant adjust.
ad guilty, and sentenced to yay fine of
Ave dollar, aud to be imprisoned is tbe
oounty Jail for rl.ty day..
Taa phantom party to be giveu at tba
Hi. Chsrlsi hotel on Frldav next un. '
I T-w . .....n.a- . j t- - i - . J. I t'i lf!
mints during tha patt two yen. While
Ibis is something was never befora pro
duced In Cairo, we feel einrd;frotu their
patt iuccesei that tbelr efforts will ba
crowned with algnal success. The invite
tloai are limited, consequently it will ba a
very select affair, a committer bavins
been appointed, wb duty It shall t to
s4 that nona are admitted ex cent ILoie
who bold invitatten. A costume detuned
to be worn on this occasion can be seen at
Clirli. llanny'i and it it tbe deniro uf the
clul that all who attend shall ai
pear in a similar usstume. Applications
for ticket! must be made at tha office of
tba St. Cbarle hotel, accompanied by in
A"ioi'XM5T. A little elopemeul recent
ly took place in a neighboring city not
iuoBoa miies iroin Cairo, it appear
that a young nan named Mayer, weed
and won ayouoK lady, Miss Wlltion, but
it was all dona without tbe knowledge of
tha old Wiltsa. Not long ago the young
man, m inter, and a mala friend went
down to claim bit bride, but the old man
mot tha tfelagatlen with rage and fury and
drove tbe trio from; the preta
lee most unceremoniously, and with very
unenvlab'e emphasn, loaded them with
threats andjgrim looki tbat were terri
ble. Bat Mill W. had already 'obtained hor
majority; she was no longer under tho ar
bitrary Wjltson who presumed to dictate
her affections, and thought he oould drive
away her love. Having a gool share of
pluck and plenty of good cloths, she put
on Uth.shook from her feet the dust of the
WilUoa heritage, and itarted after her
lover on foot, determined to discard fron
her signature the WHtion nam forever.
Soon overtaking biro, aad hit party, tbey
proceeded to a neighboring town and were
made one, and left the angry, and withal,
affeotlonate father to return to good humor
at hie loliure, which he did of course, and
everything now is lovely.
and dsfr&rturei ror the Si hours tedter ate
C in. last cventsx :
Steamer F P Oracey, Columiui
' Jim Fiik, Paducah
" Joe Kinney, St Louis
Geo O Wolfe, St Louli
Alloa, St Louis
" City of Vicksburg, St Louis
" Mlnneola, Cincinnati
Bismarck, New Orleani.
" Arkansas Belle, Xvaniville
" Qaickitap, Evansvill.
J D Parker, Memphis
' Carrla V Kountz, New OiUani
Deer Lodge, PitUburg
" Hiram Campbell, Hickman
Steamer F J Gracey' Columbus'
" Jai.Fisk, Paducah
" Geo C Wolf, Vfcksburif
" Mlnneola, Memphis
Bismarck, St Louis
" Arkansas Boll,EfaciTlli
J I) Paiker, Cincinnati
" Alleo, Memphis
Carrie V Kounu, St Louis
City Vicksburg, VIctiburg
Tne decline in the Ohloilnce last report
. " I
cat been about seven Inches. The Missis-
iippt 11 ruing, with a chsnnel of pine fest
hence to St. Louis.
Business yesterday was only moderately
act We. '
The weather wai plciant for the time
Tie arrivals from St. Louis were pretty
well supplied with freight, and made
light additions here.
The Mlnneola wa rathr light on arri
val, but got 900 sack oats, 130 bbls meal
and flour and tome other freight here.
The Tbot. Sherlock had about 400 torn
when ihe arrived, and made tome addi
tioni here, but not onough to fill her out.
The Geo. O. Wolf puied down without
The J. D. Parker has iii bain cotton
The Arkaoias Belle according to her
manifest had a very peculiar cargo.
The Quickstep had a moderate trip.
Tbe Bismarck brought 90 hbds. eugar
lorresnipmont by rail from this port, and
.,uoo boxes, lias hbds. susr,83 caiks wine
SO bhdi. prunes,and 800 bdl. bides for St
The Carrie V. Kountz discharged some
rign at me Illinois central wharfboat,
iK ..i . I
and bat a fair trip far St. Louis.
SHIRTINGS AND LINENS.
owthat tbe season lor making up
shirt It at hand, we desire to call tha at
tention 01 the ladiei to our stock of
bleached shirtings, comprising all the fa
vorite brands, which we offer at pricoi to
compete with any house in tbe trade.
We are showing a complete line of Rich
ardson's celebrated Irish linens superior to
an other ilneni forihirtiag purpotet. La-
oiet win isve money by calling on 111 be-
lore purchasing. u
Stkwaut A- Guoliok.
jjombtuino aiw. 1 have improved
and perfected a new procest by which the
Ferrotype ii brought out equal to tbe best
Photograph, and mow durable. Copies
trom paintings and engravings made fully
equal to tbe original in appearance, the
iignt ana shade brought cut with ia-
markable appearance. 10 that- nothing
lurpaste the beauty and natural expres
ua (be picture. Ami in fact any old
picturei'are copied by ibis procest so as to
00K " well or better than tbe original
picture Those having old picture or
aboice painting! or engraving! for pres.
i cannot do better than avail them-
or tuts remarkable Improvement,
J. J, Thouai, Photographer,
Corner of Eighth itreet and Commercial
t. ... V,'
proprietor. la ooon at all hours of tha
I . i I
The' following communication, discrlo
tiveoftha High flebool exerciiMon Fii
dev. wai aaat to tha Brrrwrrv v...,l-
Ai i( anlers or iato detail' than wa
hea done, we very cheerfully publish it
Calbo, 1Ui January 2t. 1371.
EbiTda Btritxritr Lat aTonlog! wai
ono uf the lnttrv6td spuctators otthoex-
ertwee'ortiia clan in' Amerkmr- Mtotory
held at tho Uigb School building. Tha
clais launder 4ha Instruction of Mils
Slocking, assistant in tbe High School.
The exercises of the evening wers con
ducted by Mr. Alvord,aa4 resected credit
alike upon Mat, MI Stocking and tba
clau. ' n ,
'ihe "Ainerloan" Medley," played by
wiis Luiaraca, upon the piano. Intro
dnctory to tha eVenisj'i antertalnmeat,
was appropt late and very wU executed
All tba members of tho class, each one
personating a state of the Union, and
wearing the colors of tba nation, appeared
befora tba audleace, keeping itep to a
march, aad began the exercises by sin?.
ing "My Native Land." ThU was foils wad
by the class repeating in concert,
the pnncipal event In tha his-
tory of the country from the data of it
discovery down to tbe preaent Jlme, and
singing tne long "K,ng tha ball, watch
man," after which they retired. Matter
"Willie "Wilcox then read, in a very pleas
ing manner, a well-writtaa essay on
."TewmJeh 1" He slid not Settle the vexad
question in regard to the death of tbat
noted chief but from his .handllne of his
lubjfct, ahbwed a very good knowledge of
Tus exercises were here varied
very well executed piece of music on the
pianoforte by Mils Alrord.
These young ladiai now apptared, rep
resenting tha Goddes of History, tha Past
aaa tb Present. I regret that 1 am unac
qaaiated .with tba names of these young
giriaae tha excellent ityle in whiah they
rendered a oollodnianl exercise, make
thtrn deer?iag of special mention,
"Columbui before Qnssn Isabslls," in
which .Master George Hendricks person-
attd Columbus and UUi Sarah Lane,
Queaa Isabella and Pen Gorman was
very hondsomely done. Following this
wa tba "niatorical Gavi9," flayed by
eight blooming MUiei,
The game conilited in aaklcr histor
ical ijuestloni, a wroap answer
compelling toe one who gave it to pay a
forfeit either by reading a poem or sink
ing a long. Miss Lizzie Enl'a forfeit was
the reading of the poem, "Tho Battle of
Bunker Hill," which was certainly on of
the" beet thlngi of tha avenlne'VThree
days in tho life of Columbus," by Mlsi
Katie Alv6;d, vas read In a "beautiful
manner, and "The song ot a Thousand
ye&ri," by Mis Luella Prater was ex
ceedingly well done.
At itt conclusion, Mr. Alvord announced
tbat the class were ready to answer7 any
questions. They were accordingly wall
catechised and answered readily an&cor.
Tha fiercue cloi&d with a representa
tion of thr scenes Ic Americau-hUtory,
tba tint prior to the revolution, tha second
during the revolution and tbe last after
the revolution. The doclau'LUons end
dr,U61 of there were vry line; and If I
-1. . . ill...... . : . i .
ituvit w vtvuyj 9v uiuca space, 1
would give them more than a passing no
The music upon the piano forte by Miss
Alvord contributed materially to the
plisiure of the audiene a. M. S. T .
FOR SALE AT A BAUOAIN -
Hot-red window, with or without
g!ai. Enquire corner Thirteenth and
Walnut itreet. 43-1 5-2 w
NOTICE TO DRAYMEN-
All draymen are hereby notified not to
take any ot my freight from any depot or
wharf boat unless by my written, order,
Without Ithat II ill not pay either the
freight or drayage. A. Bwouoda.
uairo, January Sli, lb74. C8.Qt
All claim against R. A. Cunningham
mutt be presented to me for adjustment
on or before Monday, January 26th at 10
o'clook a.m. There will be a meeting of
tbe oreditort al that hour at the office of
63-.l-2a.at 'I, D, Mathuss.
ones ii oereny given that my
wife, Mri. Jea. Flnl'ey, having,
Vf . a a a ...
Without cause or provocation, left ray bed
and board, tbat I will not berapoB4lble
A a aL.a 111 . a. - ' . ...
for any UeUti the may contraot In my
uame. jai; Pijilxt.
Cairo, January 22, lap 60-22-3t
in n . I . . a . .
ror naie. same pattern and make as
that now In use at the city national bank;
it entirely new, having bean in use only
one week and had only three flrei made
in it. Itmay be swa at C. W.Hender
son's stove store. Reason for sell
ing it a uenre to burn wood instead of
:oal, Gt M4-3t E. A. Bubxxtt.
Two Batleriei of two Boiler, each i4
feet long, Al Inch Dram, 2 14 Inch Flue
with nre frond. Mud and Steam drum
Safety and Mud valve, Chimney and
uritcnlo. all completo and in nrst-clat
order"; been uted only three month. For
price, etc., Inquire ,-,t J. T. Rsnnix,
.2ii-tr. Vulcan Iron Work.
On "Wednesday, January 3 8 lb. at 10
ooioeic a.m., on the premltei of the late
Fred Blaukenberg,, corner of Fourteenth
itreet and Washington avenue, one piano.
one bone aad diIb w.vnn
one saddle, and 100 bottle of Catawba
wine, and other article. Terms all
amount over $5 on six months' credit
with lx per cent, interest. '
F, KohstiiTBn, AduiInUtrater.
D. Uartuak, Auctioneer. 67-24.4t
Foa aaa and itaata tttiok go to Rga
nle'a Vulcan Iron work, Commercial
aveaus, foot Ninth strttt 10 tf
wk ) ... taw,
large rootoi, inoladtng a laf
bar-room. To any one .wishing to par'
chase 1" will sell on good terms and easy
payment. Wit. McCormick.
30 dAw i
On Seventh street Cairo, Illinois, one
of the most beautliut homesteads in tba
city,; consisting of two loU haudiomely
encloted, set with flower, evergreen
ibrubbery, Ac., Ao.j a well bui.'l "d natly
fuoithod cottage containing eeva'n rooms,
cellar, ciitorn, wood house, waib bouse,
bath hons;aad coal house, with gat fd
every eonvenionee. Apply to
Jotix Q. Uabmov A Co.,
Heal Kitate Agents.
.January, .1874. 8-3-1 m
WOULiTNkVKF. lJ.sii TUBM.
If pertoni were aware of tbelalurtou
character of most Baking Powders now
for isle In every town la our couatry
tbey would never use them. A baking
powder to be god and wholesome cannot
be made by Ignorant pertoas, who know
no' mora about the chemical combmatloas
naoetsary for such result thaa m school
boy. The only good Baking Powder pre
pared by caretul manipulation from pure
materials it Dr. Pries' Cream, not a grain
of substance in it not found In the sys
tem. And for bis Special Flavoring Ex.
tracts, we have only to tay that they are
the finest, purest, and best to be found in
this or any other country. jsn.ldAwlw
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
The undersigned havlag returned the
management of the above hotel, trait by
strict attention to business, to the want
and comfort of their guests, to merit tha
renewed favor of tbeir old patrnn and the
traveling public in general.
The Saint Charlee will at once undergo
a thorough renovation, and ba muck im
proved in all its appointment.
Good aample rooms and special rate- for
All baggage for gueiU conveyed to aad
from the hotel free of charge.
J ewxtt Wilcox x Co., ProprUtoi.
Notice is hereby given to the orediteii
of Robert A. Cunnl&ghata, that he a U
made an assignment of hie property o
me, with full power to oollect has debt!.
I think I can correctly state that his pro
perty will be amply sufficient to pay all
existing debt against him, if the xpeniM
of litigation can be avoided. All person
having claims again him will pleate call
and present tUatr aacount to msfor adjust
ment, and all renon Indebted tohira will
please call end settle at once and save cost
my desire is to settle his affairs at the
ear i sit possible moment.
Z. O. MATnilS.H.
January 18, 1871. 5C-26-Ct
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTIOhS.
J vsr received and for tail to the trade
IPO barrel of choiw Early Rote Pota-
toe. Stkattox t Hird.
All Limit of gftmu constantly iu baud
at Harry Walker's, Commercial aveuai
betwten Seventh aud aUfUU atreeU.
Wavtid Partner with, $300 in a
Manufacturing business, Staple a Flour.
Pays 100 per cent. Addreti,
C.S. Yaik, City.
Fob Rxnt. ,On Commercial avenue
ono large room furnished or unfurnished
suitable for sleeping room for gentleman
and wife or two gontlemen. Apply jat
Bn!.Lirm office. :)C-l-13.1m.
Tuk pound of brown eugar for $1
pound best coffee sugar at 91 j 4 pounds
or choice butter at $1 ; 10 cents for lard;
imperial tea at $1 ; Potatoes :i0 cents per
peck; apples 40 cents, at Wilcox'i block
NoTiox.l hereby given that I wtll.'pay
ao bill for goodi sold to aay of tba em
ployes of Thb Caibo Boxlxtiv, either
or themtelvee or for the use of the oflce
unlets the same are fumlihed oa aa order
(tgned by Mr. Burnett or myself.
la-aMy Johx H. Obhu.t,
Partwih Wamtzd. A gentleman
without capital, but with several years
experience and thoroughly acquainted
with tha bullae, ii desirous of forming
a partaenhlD in tba Hide. Fur and
Leather holiness in Qolro, with soma on
whoeaa furnish a capital of tar $6,000.
Address, drawer 227. 9-1-18-tf
Mrs. E.R. Workman offer her serv
ices to the ladle or Cairo and vicinity al
a teacher in tbe art of making Wax
Flower. For terms and specimens, she
refers to Barclay'i prescription drug store,
corner Eighth itreet and Washington av
enue, where order for Flower may also
be lert. Ladle wishing lessons will clean
leave their address at the itore or givo
nonce through post office drawer No.
3B3, Cairo; Illi. 24 l.B-lm
THE SOOTHERN HOTEL.
Ainy. r. .v. gaffnev
Takes titaature in announoiuir to the pub.
Ho tbat ebe has taken possession of this,
popular' and convenient betel on the Ohld
Levee, and that ah ha RxruavisiitD
and Bbjiovatxo il in many respects, and
I now prepared to accommodate the nub.
lie with aood fare, rood rooms., trood bad.
and everything necessary to, and usually
found in a flnt-elai ettabllshmeat.
Thankful for past patronage, she hopes to
merit Iti continuance.
, ,eT Dy boarder received at reasona
ble rate. CM-20-lra
BEM1S, HKO & 00.,
AIIMTdiUOUB t'OirOH WlLM
to. to Ohio Lint, oshra, Ilk.
Book. Zn L
Caliman, Kn M
Dickeeeea, M E
Mooter, Mri M
Ltroy, Miss D
Powell, Mri M A
Msaer , 8 G
Jonet, Mri M
McQae, Mn K
Birir, Mis Uu
Ranch, Mia Lleuria
BeinH, Mrs Emms
Albro, C U
Berry, Archy .
Bennett, John N
i"V WiWIl 1
Bfowtf, IIIW '
ii.nneit, 4 yj
Bogg, U W
Benaetel, W II H
OrafcM, , Cole, Jtaaiy A..,l
caveat. er, .lames Ja cepnu, janius
Carutaere, John M
Hendrleka, J L
Kelley, E W
Keen, W M
MoBee, W B
Peck, D C
RtCBetdaoe. O "
Shelton. B 3
Ditoa. Tho 2
Pant, Elalle a
QtfB, J B
HeUe.- F P
Kirby, E O
LitUe J S
Porter, S A
Whitmore, O M
W. McEauio.P. Mi
B041 has on hand, and lor- ,aale a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
split, and ready for the stay. Alio al
.kind ot coal which will he dillve rid in any
part of the city oa abort notice. Leave or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial avenue.
opposite Eleventh street. Dec. 8-Sta
Tbe wU-kDowa business etand ot Cuatead
A Provo, at the mouth of Clearcreek, Alex
aadcr rouaty, liltaols, situated la one of
the asset ageioultural dlitrlsts of tha Wees,
asd with a wall-esUbUahasl trade. ThliWill
he found a rare opportunity for aa easrsretis
The premise constat of a store 30X40 teet
a dwelllag ot eight rooms, well fambWed
and conveniently arranged, good cletsiai
and all aeceasary otu-buUdtngs, aad oae
acre of land. Terms liberal. Aaply ,er
addresa, WM. CORUB,
12-D-Un- diw. ;ieearrrea Landing, lis.
tseotsoitlahBeBiakM.TweB h street, aw
tweea vfaehingloa avenne aad Poplar
iirrei.ii prepared to make boou and ah 01
In the latest and most tashloaable stylse.
Ue wlU sake then to ordery old er asm
sty lee to eult cuttoaaers, out of the est lead
trptbptt stock, of whlth ha' always ?uaia
good supply on hand Aoca which to make
sele'ctloni. All Xttlluj at boou and ehoefc'
made by Mr. JLhlar Ij done Inhi ownihep
00 roraign htting bsug:uied by hlaa.
Give him aeall, and he will git a you tstif
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
USDnyraMer ror voUDir nun Iram thm mi.
fecteot errors aad abuwa la early Ufa. Man
hood restored, impediments te marriage
removed. Mew method or Uoatmeat. New
and remarkable remedies, ltooke and clr
tulars seat frer, in sealed envelopes. Ad-
uren, nowaru AMOCiauon, 00. 3 Houth
Ninth Itreet. Philadelphia. Pa m isatltn.
tlon havtnar a hlrh ranutatlon tb liannr.hl.
eeadtir.t aad prefeaalonal ekllL 10-S9 dAwSai
C Jf. HUGHES
-ttbio Levee, ovrr Matbnu A
hut lni-Clii Cmpanit
HAlff OHIFi MOHRId -
ya Mu (,ee.
L'ITT VATISVAI. VANS iflLEISU
1 6 olJ.it established Agency In Seuthirn
fUlfioii, reprsseattag oyer
$tlo,(X)0,J00 00 14
t tha beat
iniuranee Capital l the
OAItlO AND PAIjUAH
'Vt islaJil aiiLiiii
uroK Vow urn, cupula
p.B rorrretobt or Matasreainsvaii boat
PUBLIC UifjAliyOF KY.
over a mhitai'itibitoK.
A FULL fiRAlfTta COT AD
iMl TiirrniK im - IVaVi si i iT!iV
i ener to reset
l4eAja of tha
ti for the full psySM
gtfet, aanouaeed fort
eacert of thePubh.
the saanageaieat have
petw the Oawswrt aad I
TMBSDAY, t the Hm HkmUU.
Thar have sireaaV teeMaee) " as
OVER A MileLIOM DOLLARS
Aadheva a great mu7 ape ''t,
No .doubt is nter1aiVe7;e.V,ala i
eTetr Mat NiitVTta"lii&tjert
aotel ttiywrgcaaeiaA laaA
ticket. " - - - '"ni"
only eo.000 tlcksU aarstilAjoilA
will be distributed aawaif taIAkst.oli
"xhe tleketa' kVmUVl'nM at
tenths, sM aBtjaleMeaai asnt will eVrMra-
seated In tbe drawing Just aa whole Mekats
tT OT tfT.
On Q rand Cash Glft...' !?..! 00)
Oae Oraad Cah Gtn ;)T, .TB m
Oast GraaeT Cask GlitT. m 0W
Oae unael Cash amn..va.f.i.v ttM
Obo Graad Cash Gli,, 17 tw
la cah.irtt 9io;otJ i C m
80 Cash out ' leh.r..!?f So
00 cash Gifts I.OWeaesrn mow
100 cash oifts 100 1
IMCaehGirta 300 4
SOOCashaifte " 9MI
815 Cah BMta saaaachnj. a t.-'i
11,000 CfMhOiit. 0ea4A......aaw8W
Total, lt.000 Gift aU CitViiuW.
lag to. ; 7?.iJ7. :.m im ooo
Tbe eh acres for a Olh are. aa two w Cr.
prick or TrcxaTi.
Whole Ucketa ,,. jM 00
Halve - . - J43W
Tenth, or raebounan .-" -ft oa
It Whole Heket rbr - - ttottb
2CJ TlekeU rorr .. loil,.liltM
li Whole Usket far , Agaa o
227 Whole UckaC Sr ? 'tt4Koo
No dlscmmt ea-lmiaa1twlO watta at
The Fourth ttlflaaaearterill ka MmmAd
la all rearti,:iPtatte thjree.tkal .have al-
free frosa. this oflae lo all. who aulv for
Orders for UekeU and appUcauoaa for
ageaclee will be attended te la the order
they are aaeelved. aael it to tented they will
be eeatla promptly, that than saay be ao
dtsapolatataat ac delay la Utiac al lib .
era! iterass are gtyea toaheaa weViy to aaU
agala. All acanU
are atajaptarlaUr re-
turn all unsol
. ajtp ualkb lu
war at waaar. Banaaa W.
Aeea ue kesiet
' lathe as.it aeetsaTS5.
an masumaxaamm auiaijia.
UaarjoaasVaaxaaer day." ;t, (j
liusassaor t JaasesKaaslaau
ua tkonaaad aeaade.
am aauuana at
. AM flAw,rlAw M JUw1
CHOICE FRSH MEATS
Cotaar 10U ataaet aad
. .aaat dear- teaaa
IM af." OAIBO,'
AMD PIALXB r
ALL KINDS OF VRKBH MKATi
ear aer. Tweatlel atsaei aaa e
'Buys aad'eUaateitearf e gOm.
Uoe aad Hhaei
and la Btaaarad aa Bit mt.
er ror areaa
leaUftaai aa te teataea-
t. .MAXWELL A CO.,
Manufacturer sad Daaltr In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
AXLE GREASE. f
" s J s. i lu v- . 4 n
Alee Aats far the
No. 719, Nerth Mala lutet,
WflRBfci IvtA s
saw sseaaaai wiak asui
aa.'..u ao 000
iaeh...i. .aa ana
Mckk.. . aasa
-- " -
e,i.nearj aeeewai aaa 11
Id tlckeUbyUieaath day of
THOa. . HKAMLXTTXL
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