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illJia (JAiKUJUAiJjY JL.U.LL15T11N, SATUKDAfc, AP1UL 4,
!.idL VKATHKR Hfil'ORT.
OltaPHVKH'flOJ'flOR, CAIRO, III., 1
April 3, 10:11 p.ni., 171. I
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Wind . W. Voloclty Hi mile, per lionr.
Weather, !c ar. '
Maximum temperature lor Ivtt U twist,
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Mlmmut.i I- in i oratttf lor the IbhIM kouflb
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Prcvarttig wind lor Inst 9 bourn, ,
Total nnmV r or rnllcn traveled by WiBtl
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O' orver Kurnal Servlest, U. B. A.
TLMK OATH J.
il.I II. Ol CKNTP.AL I.AILKOAI).
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jknrivn at cAino.
... .!:'.& a.m., Dully
.. :M p.in.,... .except Sunday
,'1:15 a.m.,. ,. .except Monday
, . , 7:10 p m., except Sunday
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II.: CAIRO AK1) V1NUISNNR8
i) -"l r.!t' r Minday, February ttf 1874,
w..i r .11 at lollows:
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i .n 11:48 "
:si r.:r ACflOMotmf.
D ,t 11:30-a.sa. and fcl! p..
.i I City iiU2Jp.m.aod'l:10p.m.
i !up over night at f'arml:
. i4 mixed tcun. Iealli;c nt
. .i.- Inrennes at 7 p.m. the
ii :urn trip.
i thr MlMiixippi ( i-ntral,
ii, .. lur all iliit Mint; Cetrn.
i 1 1 i . fur all point in Arkuii-
v.jv lorln i napoU end Ml point north,
' ai. I i -t, . with i:vnvUte end Orew-
r , rail t for iwnvie, i err lumie,
..,m'.. , t im :i ro and nil points nortli, cart
"tCff. wi'li Olilo and MlMMtppt rll
:iy Krt. l.o':'.-. l.oulivHle, Cincinnati and
-jr v .-t .iisl wot.
.l s h ( it y iri)liiK the Springfield
1 i ,1 ' tlie.ftern railway.
(Is. V.'. 1'alsikk, Gen'l Hup't.
1. i '' , 0n'l l'atMsager. At.
VII' O. HK YN'SAS AND TKXAH
It AD CVIltO AK1) I'UL
T ;:cr'c- und only direct route Irota
o ta JacU-onport, I.ltUe liock, Hot
rirj,s, 1 niton, and all polnu In Arkaneae
1 the Sautliwi -t.anil (ialveiton, Houston,
a, Aus in and all point In Texas
noma is advance ok
M OlIIKHltUl Ti:.
rrj-j'iit:rlvct?, through hill of lading.
1 in jrr.'.i'ion a. to freight rate, 5a
cr fare, c jnnortloiw, etc., can be ob-
,cil at 'ho company's fBce In Winter
rw, canicr of Seventh etreet and Com
7i iM avci.ur.
a w II cull at private reetdeneet nd
ci.i for i a-?i i'crt, when order are left
iC-art J'wi uan palaco eleeplng earn on
.;lit tra n.
.iiir.irmUai.y, (Sunday excepted) from
C -iro OHIlo uh follews:
C HAl.LKFTuN ACCO.MMOIIATIOS.
drrcnncM'i . . ,9rfl3 a in and 45p.n.
' c at(ircci:t;"ld'i'..'J:17 a m awUUasp.in.
J.XI ltl'.BS I'.UXft DAILY
-i r.rccMield'rf 200:p. m,
r i ,i Oacnllcld' 1:40 p.m.
I). Axtkix, Chlnf Knenenr.
i . , id r of tin' Cairo city Ga
::, ur iKTfliy notified that tho next
j lmcuii,' will be boh' in the idt.vof
i t'icir ollki', on Jlouday, April Utb,
t, (i iooM.uk a. in., for the election of
i. i nd transaction of Mieh other bui
c m:i com.' bt'furo the meeting,
or.... lr-. March .11, 1871.
, .i :n II. T. (IKKOIXD, !.
aid boo inaVcr,Twon hatroet, he
rn Wirthlnjjum avenuo and l'oplar
iM , rr pared In make hoots nnu hdeii
ttio lati-s-t and most lanhlonablo tlyloi.
will malio thorn to onlur, old or new
i: 4 to mit curtoiuori), out of the b$ and
, ijc-t ftorl:, of which ho alwaja lius a
.1 im. 1 1' nn iinml from which to make
''joih. All lining ut booli. and Mioos
t o by Jlr. Mders Is done In bU own ihop
' rorcltjn llttliiK holm: used by blm.
-o Ii'ju a call, and ho will give you satis-
KU0M8 TO HUNT,
n Vi!. ix bioclc, Washington nvonue,
) I be lnWCEl llK'iroK. 10 1-S-tf.
Hai.k t20C0 in city fcrij.. Kur
In q'.iimtltioa to mit tho jmrclmsor
, y t i H. T. (iKROUI.1l.
, r: iavo sviniathini; new in the way ol
' illicit poftors, which via think nro
f i tho tlilnu for tho eprhig trado. Thoy
itieist if f-ix (llllorent designs, litbo
'aphoil, with mortlst and margina for
' inline. Two ol tho cuts r.ro eultoblo
t any burdnois j tho othor four for boots
1 bIiooi, photographem, druggists r.tul
i-nods. Wo have but ono humlrod of
li eid, and will furnish thorn printed nt
tiuinuatl pricos. Wo havo nUo porno
'icv cards. Tho "lnnjjuago of ilowon.
a design i "IlOfiuot," twolvo desl(jns
jpora," lour design? ntul 'Croiulu" cards
Y,cnV-"four dcign8 which wo furnish
fcrlntod nt $10 to SUi por M, Cinrlnnati
"'"cs. Who Yant) them? Don't rill
fy V onco, Jca.a-in-::t
0A1H0 LOCAL NEWS.
. Til MvtinK 1111! INMSKtHH AKAJl-
booxt.ukst is ,'rimTnn.Liosiiw PVM.I
UATtOW rr Mt'XT tin I'Atr WflMI Till
AJwtiincKMn.NT hamkii Tm. This rvi r.
Wll.l. MM Mrillirl.V AIMIKIlKIl T. IIV
orricr.H '; WAn wriutm,
KOtt CITY ;l,KUK.
rer atitborlwd to ntmonncr Mteliari
.1, Howley a a candidate, for rcoU-elioti to
the otUee of City Clerk, ut the approaelilng
KiifTOii Hi't.titTiM : You will plenc an
rnnince that I am a candidate for the office
of clly derk at tbu cnmlng charter election.
29-S-U-W W. K. IlAWKlsi.
TOlt TITV TBKASIHEK:
Mn. EtitTrtR : I'y requcrt of a number of
elllrpii" ploane annonnee my tame an A can
dldatc for the office of City Treasurer tit tbf
enduing charter election.
F!l CITY ATT04WKY.
Wo arc authorized to nimAMicethat II.
Wat ion Webb l a eandlilato for re-election
tolhenfllcflofrity titlorwy at the cn ulng
Mb. Krjrron: By request of many
citizen, pleato announco me at a eandi
date for lb offieo of City Attorney, at
the eniuieg charter oleetion.
Haiimon II. Black.
(J WKil.VI, ITEMS.
liav. Mr. Waller will conduct erioe
at tho Jde'hodist church nt tho utual
Dr. Wiliiamt, d.-ntl.l.over Kltioti &
Haythotn' shoo t"r, win, now tbat tho
aobocU are out, pay parUMitar nttontlon
to eltatiiof and filling cbiMrenV twtb.
Wo understand tbo friend cf Mr. B.
F. ttlake aro making an effort to Induct
that gentleman to become a candlJalo for
the oflleo f elty treasurer. Ur, Blake I
thorough gentleman and would makes
Attention, Uough and Heady Fire
Company. There will be an election at
the next regular meeting ; April Rth lo i
nil tbo vacancy in the botrd of director. I
All member ore requested to be pr eont.
U-4-4-3t J a. Oasu, S,c'y.
A regular conclave of Knigbti Tem
plar, of Cairo Commandery Ho IX will
be beld at '.be Aeylun, Kondy evening,
April Ctb, at 7 o'clock. Visiting Sir
Knight are oortefmsly inrited.
.Iswbtt Wilcox, Recorder.
So r vice at tho German Lutheran
church tbi morning at lOo'clock.at whlob
tbo Sacrament will be admlnittered. At
2 o'clock this af;ernooR as examination of
candidates seeking admission to the church
will tako place.
On t.ext Wednesday evening the St.
l'atrick's Bor.cvolont Society will arlro a
grand ball f(d supper at Scbeei Wash
ington .Halt. Preparation are beibg
mado for a grand affair, and a gocd time
il aatb-ipatcd. Ticket $1. Huyor-i.
Ur. It. II. Ilrlgbam will g!vo the
sixth lecturo fit tho course in tbo high
school building to-morow (Monday ) even
ing. The subject of tbo lecture will be
"Political and Physical Kconorny," and
will, we doubt not, bo discuisod In eu able
manner, as Use doctor it a (i holar and
conversant witb the sutjret.
Kev. Mr. Hunacker will preach thl
morning at 10) o'clock In tbo IJaplls',
Mission room, corner of Tenth street
r.nd AYasbingUm avenue. Tho aul jcct of
tho sermon at tbo morning service, will
be "Tho Great Bymbol," and In the even
ing, "Tho Messiahshlp of Christ." Tho
public are invited to attend.
All persons having claims age! at me
are requested to present them f.ir pay
ment within tbo next ten days, as 1 (ball
depart on the 10th lnt. AH person in
debted to uio are requested to make im
mediate payment. I can bo found any
day between the hour of 1 and 3 o'clock
at the St Charles hotel. H. Lsvv.
Cairo, April 1, IbTt. 34-l-8t
To-day being Ktor Sunday, tho cr-
view at tlio JCpiicopa! church will lo very
interesting and tmpretsive. The church
will be bandiomuiy devrated, and the
music unusually fine. The morning ser
mon will bo upon "Tha Nature i f the
JCastor Joy and tbo Olory of tho Haster
lly." Hours of service, l"i a-m , and 7J
p.m. There will also oo servicin bv
o'clock this afternoon.
- For your Kaster Sunday beof i;o to
Jimmy Kynatton', Wahinslon avenue,
near Twentieth street. Mr. Kynaston
will this evening tlanghler ono of tho fin
est, falest younj; boeve ovor brought to
this market, ne is determlDed to out-do
any establishment J" tho city In furnish
ing nn extra nrllclo for isastor wunuay.
Tlioraa Parker, a farmer who live
in Missouri, catno to tho cly yottorday,
nnd after attondlni; lo aomo business, tho
greater portion of which was to ill! his
hido full of (i very bad article of vrtiisKy,
went onto the furry boot to return home.
On tho way over tbo river, Talker look
out his rovolvor and whllo examining It
tlio bUrsted thing vont off, nnd lodged
u content in tbocalfof Parker leg, in
flicting a painful though not daogorotia
Wm. Ehlor wishes to inform the pub
lic that ho lift just rccelrod n largo stock
of imported i'rench onlf nnd Morocco
Leather from Adolph NIcrq), or Clnoin
natl, direct importors, and ho oan thorn
foro wiirrunt nil hi work t.o bo of not only
tho test inauofocturo, mu or tiia vory
liost material. Any ono who dcnlros fiqo
Hoots, Shoos or Oaltet .will find It to
their interest to call on Mr. Killers nt his
shop, aotli ftruut, and examine his stock
it i.i l .ilco before ordering elsewhere.
Vrod. vVhltoainp now has chwrgo of
thoContriil meat market, Washington avo
nun, lctwoon 21 1 nth tind Tenth etrpets.
I'ndcrVrode. supervision tlio Central
will ho ono of tlio heat ostabllshmcnls of
thn kind in oxistonco. Tho onviro con
. i Las boon tho.ou.jiiiy retiovatod, re
pointed, papere J, etc., nnd is now o ne&t
ss n parlor. Or.'.y tho belt of mW will
bo kept, nnd the patrorrt of tho OentrAl
wilt receive the most courteous attention.
Mr. rVhitcamp invite attention, to his
shifp. Oivo him a call. S!)0 2-31-31.
--After it short discourse In tho Presby
terian church thl rnorning by lot pielor,
tbo baptism and public reception of now
iivinb'Tn will tako place,, in coueoltoti
with the administration of the Kacrarntnt.
The public Is Invited, and all tho mem
bers of tbo church nro kindly requested
to ba present. Tho subject of Mr.
Thayer evening dltcotine will be "Ue
iBforcsmenti." Mr. M. Bwander hai just filled
hr lore room with n One stock of
spring millinery and bit kind of fancy
goodoand notions. Her ready-trimmed
bat and bonnets surpass anything ever
brought to Cairo ; tbo young and tho old
lady, tbe bride nnd the widow will find
among them just what she want in the
way of a bat or bonnet. Mrs, Swander
ho also brought a beautiful assoittnent of
flowers an trimming, ah ribbon, col
lar, uodcrsleevc, etc., etc. Tbo ladle
are especially invited to call and examine
goods and prices. AH good marked in
plain figure. 17 I-n-lra.
Tha oloctiua yeatecday for thtee
mcmbor or tho board ot education passed
off very o,uielly,ibough th vote polled wa
larger than wa evfcr before cut in tbi city
on a similar occasion. Six hundred and
eighty -nine vote: wero cast, of which
Mr. Pa. n received SOI.
Mr. Snord received
Mr. I1ber received 41.
Mr. Wiltiami", (coiored) received IM.
Majorlly over WlUiame SOU.
Mesars. Bafford, Fisher and Pace, tho
gentlemen elected, each take deep in
terest in educational matter. Tbo affair
of our public icbooU could not have loen
placrd In better band.
Mn. KniTon: Aroonjr tbe several com
munication in regard to tho school, I
bave seen nothing in regard to the
Thirteenth street Crammer school or
Mis K. X. Hawkins room, No. 3, in tbe
high tchoot building. I have visited
tbee rooms severl time during tbe poet
year, and find them In most extielleu. or
der and the pupil doing good work, and
progressing finely. Miss Thompson is an
accomplished teacher of that most difficult
art, reading, and her pupils show a pro
ficiency in tbi art that would do honor
to.evcn tbe high school. Also, tbeclaite
in geography, evinced a thorough
knowledge of what thoy bed
1 ears J, and in feet. all IM
claMes showed that their teaoher bad la
bored faithfully and well. Mie M. 1!.
Hawkisi I certainly one of the most pro
ficient In tbe corns. Her method It some
what original and vory impressive, nnd
ber pupils, though young in years, dis
played n proficiency in their tudlea, and
more especially in natural history, anat
omy, etc., that would have done credit to
much older beads, the illustrated by
means of tbo felaekboard, pictures nnd
real objects, and, in n general manner,
nowa herself to be a very successful
teacher nnd ono that the board would do
welt to retain.
As to the high school, it ha boon vis
ited by a good many of cur citizens dur
ing tbe examination, and it good condi
tion in all respects, bos been teen r-nd ap
preciated, and therefore seed no com
ment from me. Obsbbvcr.
TtIC COLOR!) SCHOOL.
Dsa sit, BuLLjrrm: I read very
carefully tbo communication from "Sara-antUa,-'
"Peggy"' and "Jane," but failed to
tee r.ny notice of our colored schools. I
presume, however, as tbey aro trangers
tboy wore not aware, we had Any such In
stitutions in Cairo. And now, Mr. Editor,
1 wish to tay to Miss "Samanlhs," Miss
"Peggy" and Misi "Jane," wo havo col
ored schools in our city, an J consider
them an lienor, too; and fur your bgnelit,
will give the name of tboso in charge.
Fiwt, Mr. Tolford, principle, hi three at
tendant are, Mi William, Mis Oraud-
staff nnd Mia ttanks. X have not timo to
give a detailed account of their examina
tions, but will say thoy wero sufficient
proof that our colored schools are conduc
ted by toochon of ability and worthy of
Attbsiioh, Abaiis Tho regular an
nual meeting of tbo oompssy, for clcetion
of officers, takes place to-morrow ovoning.
All jnembers aro requested to attend.
Thosoin r rears for duel, fines, o'.o. will
ploaso prepare themselves for rettloment.
T. ,i. Kbrtii, Hec y.
LHun ropy It. I I5l-G.lt
Tnu barber sliop is mi the corner of
Rigktb street and Commercial avenue
whoro J. George Htionbouso with bis gun
tleniBnly assistants can bo found nt nny
hour of tho day or night, readv to soot'tio
vour fooling with ft smooth sbavo, or cool
your tomper and neau wun i goou a nam-1
poo. It is r. first-class shop, nna you nro
suro ol rocoiving utei-oiueB irctumuiu,
Jjadics and oblldron'n Hair cut or curled
after tho most approved styp.. 8-15-tf
JfoTiCB ov HpnovAL Ool. Honry has
removed his Hardware wtabrelimont
from No. 1U2 Commercial nvenue, to
lloisor's iiev brick buildln;, corner of
Eighth street, where will bo found tho
largest stock of stoves, tin waie, otc, In
the city. Tlio Colonel wlsiie us to cey
to his many friends that ho will nlways
keop n hog of nails "on tap" and any
thing oleu thev may want in h! lino.
Oo to C. W. Hknukkkon's, 100 Com
mercial Avenue, for tho celebrated "Char
tor Oak," "May Flower," or othor cooking
stoves, tin nnd hollow ware, water coolers,
bath tubs, otc, otc. If you want the host
wood stoves, buy the "Chatter Oak" j tho
best coal stove, buy tho "May Flower."
Fun Hunt. Tho brick houso Mtuatod
cornor Third stroot and Commercial uvo
nuo. Tho houso lias been put in good re
pair throughout nnd U well arrange ! for
ii hotel or boarding hou.o, a1, rimm
rent on Third etreot. Inoulro of Wm.
MoIItilo, No. o, Wititor'a block.
Ttipwliiy UtC'iiliisri April 7lli,' I S 7 i .
CfHtlerclla am! Clilmiicy Cornor.
To Messrs. II. 1J. Oandeo, W. II. Morris,
W. F.OIlbert, nnd nil other parlicl
pants in tho lftlo ontertainmnnt nt Mr,
Tbe ntidtrslgnod Imvng witnessed with
pleasure tho latu rondllion of "Cindtrolla"
by the ladies nnd gentlemen of Cairo,
glvon for the purpose of'rlsing funds for
tbe purehaso of nn organ for tho P.plseo
pal Church of Cairo, and bollsvlng that
others, who wro in consenuoneo of tho
Ineleinoney of the woiither deprived ol
that pleasure, ns ourselves, urn deslrou? of
witnessing a repetition of the play, would
most rrspeetfully nk of jmu another per
fbrmino of "Cioderell i" at your oarllest
convenience, and In soma snitablo place
where tho characters can bo more lttlly
represented nnd more room given tho per
formance would suggost tho Athenoum
as a propor plaac.
An early reply is respoctfnlly eollclloi!.
Your truly, etc.,
Chas Ualllghor, Thos V Halllday,
Alex H Irvln, Wood Itlltonhotiie,
W P Halllday, T llyslop,
H P Hobblns, Or O W Dunning,
W 1! Gilbert, H Walters,
S 8tiat Taylor. Oeo V MeKenig,
J Fleming, H L H&llidayr
AV It Smith, M P, 0 Pink.
In aecordanro with the nbovo raqtisH n
will be given, on wbicb occasion will alto
be presented tho
"run miuMRT ronyKR." ,
Vrirr I'roWly, aden
..tin I'robilr, Aged !C1
......21 V OiibcH
....II II Canon
Solomon Probity, aged l
Puy lVoUty, lf of Peter
W G IfabbiiH
II It Wood
Mm. VT 1' ltitlkby
...MIm Aeea Piuhcr
riSlinitKI.LA. MOJtTALS :
Umkrclta Mm Wm Wlnttr
I'rinc lruclom It Ptaibort
lord Xlmblewlu V ) Motrt,
.Varqtil" Nidijl noddle .. V (i llobbim
lrd I'tddlcdedet Wood
Alberto Rodcrifo Hubcrto tiimldo
, .l,rlSX . .. .Inn I fay nn
ISmwi lumblt-down Irury II 11 Candea
JInMry... JII!S It WAliDKEI!
. W - SUES W 1' H.M.I.IJUY
lina 1 MII8 II 11 CAKDrX
1tMll, the Talry (iiKl-
... ,m.0,h' T UaoeiMn Mrs A Tl SniTord
Violclbud Jii Sarkh UUbtrt
9,",Uo -Miti JUry Wardner
" ..MiM Sophlr rieming
Biibtt...- Mjn fVnny l'ltditr
Courtiers, Ladle, Guards, ttc.
AbM19PIr.V... 6ri Cu,
UKUEItVKU SF.A'I N !.. I ti.
For' sale at 1 tart man's Doors open at T, to com
mence at 8 o'clock. t-S-tJ
Angl9n, Nannie P.adger, Cornolm
Itehurst, (Cornelia Hush, Ollin
Hunch, Josepbitio Hludsoo, Mrs N K
Carroll, Miss Mary Clay, Mrs Nancv
I 'I.,. I. u. it ." ..'.. i... ',.
Notter, A M
Suliviii M .1
KraUir.g, Kva !
Taylcr, Mrs Margrnt .1
Able, Alaxander Anderson, (loo
Adams, J.rneit 'J. Adams, .lobn
Allen, Paul W Hakor, Charles
Hohanuan, llvnrv Jlolsborrv Honrv
Hrigge, II M Harry, ,f A
Uoon, Thomas Harry, William
Lunnir.ghnm Albert ward, .1 nines
Creigo, T I)
14)lmes, Chas K
Hicks, O W
J on o, Leon
Hart, F A
Hoppo, U O
Kennedy, J as
Kippenburg, li F
Jjeonard, Jus H
MncknuHy. J Ii
Martin, .J F
Nichols it Son
lluokctt, J i;
P.ollitip. J E
Spiitlbrd, A A
Smith, 1 II
Sorgfiriod, W D
Viuiloon, H F .".
Martin, A J
.Morse, K A
Mnrphiei, J no
Mitchell, Wm A '
Xcnly J H
Phillips, J M
liodnnhaugh, J M
Hochell, J no
.Smith, Uyrtu K
Ptelzer, J l
Sandorr-, ,1 T
Vntigbon, Wm -Walter,
Wilson, (1 11
Dr .fames Wisher. Kami -l
Wm Wnlsh. Walter II
CIkoki.i: W. McKaio, postmastor.
Fun Sai.k tut ExciiAMiK A Farm
near Villa llidgo good hoiiiio and young
orchard. Tnquiro nt this ollico or nddrcss
T. H. Faurin,
1 ail-3.17.tr Ullin, Ills.
Miss. r.UMUOLD la prepared to iii.kacii
and ri'.i:-ts hats and lioimcts In tho matt
approve! stylo, r.nd in n maiiuor to give
c.ntirn sfttisfantion. Call at kor ro9idonco
on Flftconth street between Wtilnnt and
Cedar. i!3C 3.15-tf
Milk Wauom. I will commenco run
ning n milk wagon on Monday morning
February t!. 1 will continue it fill sum
mor, and respoctfnlly solicit your patron
age. Mill: will bo dollvcrod to uny ono
in tho city, daily--morning and evening.
Orders may bo glvon to (ho driver of the
wagon or leu
at mv ico Htanil, No 81 Ohio
Oi'oiiur. 1 ocum.
STILL ALIVE AND KICKING.
Intn not tlrowned out yet, but nm iuij:
iou to havo all tny old friends nnd nil tbo
rot of mankind como and sue mo, 1 can
nnd will 6ell cheaper that ovor, 1 havo
just received n I'rosh invoice of ready
mado clothing, which, as to quality nnd
style, cannot bo surpnaiod by any other
houso in this part of tho country. 1 in
vito nn Inspection of my ptoolc of diago
nals, such til coats ntul vests, which I oiler
nt prices lower than ovor. Those goods
urn extra line. Huttietiihur tho pliicb.
8-1 U-'Jt No. 71 Ohio Loviic, Cairo, 111
J u it rocclvod at JKupts' an involcocf
lino spcctiiclvs and uyo-glnsieJ.
Tiio brick business iioufco, No U3 Olilo
lovoo, litoly ooctipiod by H. Lovy. lm
modiato posjoision given. Apply to
II l-4-Ot ClOhloLovec.
Second-hand clothing, watcho?, Jewelry,
pistole, A-c, bought and sold. Also n lot
HrussoH' carpet, furniture, c'.s., for salo.
Uppofito Cairo and Viucennos rallrovl
depot. IBS 2-27-tf M. Covsk
Ono second hand 7 octavo piano, J2G0;
two second hiir.d t'. octavo pinuos
i50l ono recond hand parlor organ, 5.70,
cash. Max Koi.Lim,
l.-l-l-flt Caro of Paul Schtth's drug torc.
Tr.N pounds of brown f-ugar for Jl; 8i
pounds best coiroo sugar at ?lj "J pounds
of choico butter nt 51; baking powder -ICc
per lb. Imperial tea nt $1; potatoes 30
cunts per pock; 3 lbs cofl'co $l,at Wilcox's
lllock. 1U7 -J-l-ltn
All persons indobtcd to Samuel M. Orr
nro requested to mako speedy payment to
tho undorsignod, nnd thtt3 savo cxponfes,
as the collostlnn of bis assets must bo
prompt and will admit of no Colay. In
iofsuit of paymant at once, suit will bo
Instittitod. Joii.v (. Haiiman,
Assignee or Kamtiol M. Orr, Hankrupt.
uairo, inc., Ainrcu a,
Two ilttterlos of two Hoilurs, each -I
foot long, inch Dram, 1 1 inch Fluos
with lire front. Mud nnd Steam drums
Safety and -Mud vitlvos, Chimnoy and
Uritchin, all comploto nnd in llrst-clnes
order"; been used only threo months. For
price, etc., inquire ot J. T. Kknnik,
n-2.'l-tf. Viilciin Iron Works.
Frank Krntkv desires that tho public
should know that ho is proparcd todollvur
brewl of good quality and quantity, for
Itttlo money, in tiny part of tliu city.
Oivn him your orders, and tlion look out
by which ho will deliver to ytm tho stall'
of life. 371.3.-:G-lm
NOT I OK.
Tho friends of tho Cairo Casino, who
wish to bo present nt tho ball on Easter
Monday, aro horoby informed that tickets
must bo procurod iu time, as there will bo
none sold at tho door. Xlcknts for salo by
It. V. JlBLZNKIt,
Co'timittco of arriiugemciilf,
ONE HUNDKEI) DOLLAHS.
Wo havo a Parkor Hrothors llrcoch
Loading unn, gun ntul outfit valued at
ono hundred dollars, which wo odor for
salo for eighty dollars. The abovo is ono
of their best donirbtmized guns with front
action rebounding loci;', and fully war
ranted. Knqulro for ono week at TllK
HULLV.TIN Ol'Klt'K. tt
NOTICE 1G AUKOllA F. AND M.
INS, CO. POLICY 1IOLDKHS
Any parson holding a policy bearing
oithor ol tho following numbers, vi.:
U8H, MSOJ, 15173, 1M7I, 15175, 1M7C
and 15178, will plottso report tlmsa no by
mail to O. W. Ijuin, 207 N. 3d street, St,
Louis, Mo., as said policies wore Improp
erly Uuod by tinaiilhorl.iil parties, and
re i mppo'od to havu boon stolen, tlmy aro
c'onsoquently not i force. Hy reporting
tbu f"iuo as abovo dirnoted tlio eriminal
mav bo found and punished. 0. W. Qiritf.
tf-l-'J-lt. Oeu'l Agt.
Tun l.AR'ii.sr Kioi'K of bird eager, to!,
int not!, water uoolors, bath tubj and a
nl ftock ol tlnwai'o stores ovor of-
forod In Cairo tuny bo found, cheapor than
tho chcaposti at (J, W. Uandorsou's, No.
100 Commercial avouuu. t!38 3-1 t-lm.
Ooed frtenSt, pay me attention, '
And i stsry IH relate,
'I'ls nat sf a senrcntktu, ,
Net a ijtietton,'yet ef hf ,
But a phln, unrarnhheJ Hsry,
Ufa man Usth good and (sir,
tVhMamMtUm tree gV)ry,
An.1 li4e excrtleae was rats.
ASsu of talf,lls youth he,
lllslisndatvete rough ami btewa,
Ami mltih ami fun bearnrd In' rut -y
Of tlih youth ha Souhed the irowad.
He loredquite well a country laas
A lass of tHMuttem metn,
Whose beauty M sweet as new mourn gnus,
She was a rattle queen.
This youth ons day, with heart o'er nut,
With tote aiim as inow.
Arrayed in hU best bib am! txek
Unto Ms queen ctttt RO,
To hsr he spiWe laaotMeiM tweet
or love ami ftture WM--,
lie saMhU Joy nouUl . Ctr4tc
If she eenM Im be Ills.
Oh, John, she said, I ! you well,
Ami fain would ho your ilear,
lint .lahnbiit hit lelta, I lm to loft
I eanaot now I fsur,
Vnu see, dear John your mit ain't food
Vour clothe are out of style,
And to walk with you, I never could
Adown the obi ehurrh anile.
I f you'll get a suit at I'arnlMkers
Tin- Mamouth dr illing Ilou-t
I'll joyfully areent yotl .lolin
And be your Ix-auilful "poue.'."
And John, like a gootl sensible follov.' straightaway
wont and purcliaicd a suit of clothes of Fakmhakcr, and
h now tho happiest man nllvo. V, that's so.
I. FAr.KiiAKHr. ,:Sci.s', CI Ohio Lavce.
OA I HO, I LL8.
Stuart & liolson
Announce Unusual Attractins for their Spring Trade.
Wc liuiko .1 speciality of this department. It is our .steady, and wo have
no hesitancy in saying that we oiler the most complete, varied and stylish stock
of Dress ('mods ever shown in this city, at the unusually low and uniform ranso
' '' price that havo rendered our lioit.iC
siimf WUmzM Silks.
Well-known nnd e-tabliahed brantU 5u
Blacls goods, Bress ciotfis and Suit
HEi liifll .SOVKl.TIL'S I J
I'OIM'UGN W111TK liOODS, HMnuOlDHUlUS, 111! A L and IMITA
TION LACKS. IIAN'DKKIU'IIIUFS, TKIMMINGS,
TIJ, COLLAHS. MTC, KTC.
C S 2E SS 2T
We ofTur an elegant lino of Ladio s and Gout's hose, and Misses' aud Chil
dren's Plain and Fancy Striped ho e. which will be gold nt uniformly low
R. llc "33 o JS.
W'e propot-o inaking u speciality of Hibbons, it ml having bought largely at
very low prices, wo nro enabled lo sell cheap. .Milliners nnd Dress .Makers will
bo supplied at Now York wholesale prices.
Wu continue, us heretofore, to sell exclusively 1'or cash, at our uniform
pricos. We solioilta pergonal examination of our stoek and prices, nnd shall
tako pleasure in showing our gootls to all who may favor us with a call.
Wo thank our friends and customers for their kind favors iu the past. Wo
solicit a eontintiaiico of the Mime, assuring all that wo shall endeavor to make it
mutually advantageous. STUART Sc. GUOLSOX.
J las REMOVED lis
if Mil IIP f Ifl Ml? 1! Y
ip y if ir tSii 1 1 ii ii js ii i
Washingion Ave. Ooi. Sife Street.
Tills is tho only place in the City whore thoio is a General Assortment of
in cricaii and French Candios. All I . ask is to call and oxnmino them for
1 13 l'M-Sm.
GOODS PANIC mi G ES
Wholesale and Retail Doaler in
Foreign and Domestic Dry 'Gootls
LARGE STOCK OF
Carpets, MattmgSsj Oil ClotSi
Upholsory Hoods, Wiiulow Similes, Damtislt, Cornlslie
Wishes Uiu publlo to bo Informed that ho has on hand a stock of goods as extensive a
any In tho Southeast, and that ho is determined to soil every article at price. lowerUiao i tba
oweht. Call on him aud oxamluo goods and prices. Ho will satisfy you hnth to quality