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ilt- iiivlit nl Imlf-iKMt simi, in Odd
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lim, meets i-urv 'lliiirsd.ii night
lit liilf iil -Mill. In 1 1 Kir hill mi
I oiiiinrirml uteniiP. Ih-Imii-ii xiMh Midi eHilli
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f i Mini I'.VCVMIVMI.ST,
V -in li.td-l ellowV I lit! mi tin' lint nnd Ihlnl
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.lulls II Hhiiix-iin, C I'
A t .WUOI.OlXII . Ml iff, V AA'M
Hold tviruliir c..iliuiiiiilftitloii In Ms
TJ mililc Hull, i-.ini. I' fiiiiilileii-lil incline
' mii Llghtli ilml, mi llw mtoihI mid
f,, il. Ill .Moiidsi nfnu'li in.iiilli.
ST. JOHN'S and
Ordom for Coal by tho cnr-lond,
ton, or In hoi;nhcads, for Hhipment,
promptly attended to.
ih To largo consumers nnd ull
manufacturers, wo nro proparcd
to Hupply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAir.O CITY COAL COMPANY.
CJll.1lli.lj5 Urn suffic. Ni 70 Ohio Lewv
t fiiannu iipi wi.jii'i
.--At CfMiHmi .Mill
the. ml ltlin..
r..t or Tiiiitj-r.iyiit
I'...t OIU. " liravi i ,
Now is jour time. Vuti ran get better
bargains lli.ni were ever offered before in
tin Una ol stoves, tlnwaro anil home fur-id-h'.ng
goods ut A llslhy'". No. UHand
17J Wahlll'tOn art. lG-l2-3-lm
rri-.li Stippl. .
Mr. P. KiUsrraM liJul r--elved ami
In on sale at Ids alc mom 8 large stock
nf Kiill-!i ate. portor, IlMinrw.y brandy
mi I mini's mxl tl'ii lorf of all kinds, whleh
be will dispose, ofnt reasonable prleo..
(niij Miulu loomnin Ihe upper floor at
tlm Saint Ch.ulu ran be had, wlili lioirtl,
at tlir very low rati" of $30 per month.
Il'i, (t KBO.I bursitis at A. IlallcjV.
lit- will n il at greatly reduced price fur
1 1... mxt thirty days. No. lU an I 170
Wmli ngtMiuvciiue. IU-U-Mm
.Mr. V inter l Iitly palutlii some large
.oi traitc In oil. We arc Elavil to to llie
people waking up to Hit! appreciation of
true pcii'u. A tine photograph of the Itev
Mr. Thsier, on exhibition, In 'iff itself.
For Hoot ami Shoes ol all)
style, quality or description go
to Win. KIiIb's on Twentieth
street, or at No. SI Ohio 1 eve. He guar
antees lo each piiriha'cr the rtoek that he
telcrts and manufacture bn.it at all prices
ranging frotn fs 00 to ?I5 0). Cu-lomcrs
troubled with corns or tembr feet, ate
guaranteed an ea lit, a- bonti arc lllti'd to
tli foot, lu the ab'cnre or Mr. Khler, ho
will fUperintend Ixith -hop', l'hillip IS itili
will have charge nf the I.tnco -hop and IM.
l'ltcnil.l the hop on Twentieth -trent.
Tliankiu hl palroii' for pat favor he o-lu-It-
a rontlntiaitcu of the :iine.
.Vi'iv l.tinilHT Vnril.
( liailci I.aucn-tcr and NVwtoit Hlce,
both well known to our citizens and
to ricr men generally, hao t
labllrlicd a liimlier yard In Cairo, corner of
Sixteenth trect and Coiutucrelal avenue.
Tliey will keep every description of build
ing material mid itenmboat lumber, door',
sish, blinds niou'dliiss -hlnKlos lath, etc.,
etc., and fe determined to j-cll lower than
lumber has ever been ro d in Cairo. They
solicit a fair trial from steamboat men and
builder-, ami suarantnr luti-factlou in all
OYSTEKS ! OYSTERS ! !
Sproat, I8.i Ohio Levee, N recciing New
Orleans oysters every morning in hulk. He
is making (il'i own cau and packiti? hi
own oysters, thereby avoiding the exorbi
tant charges for transportat'ou, and i ena
bled to ruriiMi a better article at a less
price than any other dealer. Patronize a
lioiun Institution, and bum-lit your-eir.
.trier (lie 1'lre.
IMl.lliavoafew Br.t-class Wood and Coal
Cook Sloves; alo Parlor, Oilicoaud ltos
llealiug Stoves; Sugar Kettle, Ovens,
Skillet ami Lid-; Airtir ites Mantel Grate
Chain Pumps Lift I'unips stove-pipe,
Klbows, ''lie, . Sheet Iron, Tin-plate, Cop
per, etc. Also a few Grain and Grass
Scythes not injured by tho (Ire. AIo a
variety of other goods, which I amoilering
at lrom 2."i f 7.'i per cent, below enst. (Jail
Immediately If you want a bargain, as I am
determined to c'ivo out within ten dnys
N. i:-,i! Conuncrci.d avenue.
12J-12-11-10t. T.j). Kkiitii
I wn, down they come llie priccn of
etovcit and tinware at A Hallo) N, No. lfis
and 170 Washington avenuo. Heating
fctivca at o -st. lii-PWMm
Newly-Utteil, Hnely furnished barber
shop by GeorKo Slelnhouso, eornor Com
morclal avenue ami nighlh street, fars
n practlco havo given him a light hand
' at mikes a smooth Khavo delightful. All
try him once will call ugaln. All tho
ally papers arc kept on hU tablo lor
tcllt ol ins eotomors, and there is
waiting for turnt. If
Uo(er)eventy-llvo d'lllan per month
lio feel,),,, everywhere. Teac'iois la
''Y.icte., etc. No capital or out
Is honesti Send 20 cents for postiRO on
III grow I). C. WrxciiMAN,
WMUmenf,0M U,l," Coun,'' 0hlu
ot tholr trad
Sl'MlAV, .lANTAKV 10, 1S7.
I'i v. Dr. Thayer will proaeh in the
liv.livtt'll:ni I'lillleh tlitt niortilllK mill
ftriihif;. Subject of 1 lie innriiluV dl
eoliise: Tlinniiii, One of the Twelve."
Ill llie evening hN mibjeet will be "Seed
Senlre liMlay nl thi' (;luireh of
llie I'ciltTiiicriit 1(1 a.m. mid 7 p.m. At
Hie evciilii service the i!ev. .Mr. Ullhert
will itiiH'li a i:rinou In young men.
Services at the M, II. Cliitreh lo-day
nl llie regular hours Subject In the
illuming: "lioilvnls" ('oiuuiiitiloii
Sen Ice In the evening.
.Mimoiiie .Vol Ice.
A regular eoiniiiiuiieatioti of
tfrt dm Lodge No. UIli, A. I . mill
AVA.. M., will le held to-inoiTow
( Monday ) evening nt 7 o'clock. VMlIng
hrother Kii'dialU Invited to alteiid.
II. I". lll.VKi:, See'y.
l'aradlM' Mine ire loeitcdln l'jr.i'Hie
town-hip, Perry rotinty, I I'nol. Thl oosl
h k no superior (or itra'os eo lilr,
"Uotii, tr bbcK'tultldng. Its lrecd:ni fiom
u'ph'ir nnd other iinpnrlt'o irnkf it rot
only a tileeanl. but a lieilllilVil rod Ur
faiiillj ue. 1'" 1-iO-fit.
III. SiiiIiIi'm I.i'cIiii p.
Dr. Smith" liH-titn- nt llie High School
hnllillng tiHiioirow night, will lt the
lUOKt inlt reUlig Mini lliMniellve Iiml. Iia
been (iD'eiiil lo llie eltlwii of ( 'nlio fur :
long time, and will, of eore. ilniw
liirg ntidlcnee. The I iix-lor'" nlillily ciin
not he ijiiextliiiiotUuiil llKrefiiriviuy otilo
giei. on the xirt of the i:iN'r ofthUelly
will Ik- of very Utile eoii-eo,iience. The
cu'.jifl which ! h.i I'hoH'ii l om- which
he llinler-lnlld. lierfretly. N'Mie ohouhl
Ull lo ill tend Die lecture.
I lev. Mr. I'o", of .Mound City. w
In the city yeterly aflernoon.
Jlr. I'mnk Howe, of thellrni of
Cltarh"- M. Howe A Co., coininli'ioii
inerelmnts l b-eit I'mm the dty on a
.Ml Kmma ftxley. who Moin-d In
thl city a few itay, w hile on her way to
vl-it fdciul- hi MhwlMtlpi1, rrsiiiii.Hl her
jouniey mt Thursday.
Mr. .lolin Itccvas hmd man in .1. II.
1'ced"- Imnlwure ednbll-hnienl, U on an
extrrnll bu!ne trip through the South,
lie will Ik- ab-eiit from the cily two
The Flrit AD'I'tnnt Poilmatiter tientr
al. replying to the qiuHtlon of iK-rmlitlng
amphu of tlour, put up eonrcly hi ma
nilln Kior ( ia-i through I he malls a
ample- of inerehatidle, ay that a
number of the eiiM lopcs manufactured
bv C I'iiik, of Cairo, Illinois lor
the immotc Mated, tilled with Hour anil
iiroperly wctirwl, have U-en placed in the
hands of Geo. S. Hangs General Superin
tendent of IL M. Service, for the purpose
ol testlui; them, and that In the mean
time they w ill be allowed to pass through
the mail- at third-cla- rate of postage.
Thi". h the only envcIoK manufactured
that ennle iiH-d to 'end through the mail
sampler of Hour, and will a- a matter ot
eour-e )mj in general demand. Any In
formation concerning them can be ob
tained by addressing the inanufacturer.
C. Pink." Cairo, IIlInoN.
'riiur..tij . Jaiiiinrj' U. IsT.l
The grand Jury to-day returned Into
court, one ludictineiit for assault to mur
der, one for perjury, one for burglary nnd
larceny, and one for ml-fcas'inee, making
altogether, since last Tuesday, twenty
nine indictment to nine of which the
parties Indicted have entered a plea of
guilty, and were fcntenced by the court
to Imprisonment for periods ranging from
hteen months to live year. 1 he re
maining defendants will all probably
have their trial by Jury, dining the next
'flic grand jury, after reporting the
oiuity jail to he hi a favorable condi
tion a could he expected from Its unla
vorablc. location and construction, hav
ing no further buslnes, was discharged
for the term, very much to the relief of
the wicked ollenders who will heave a
sigh, and return to their evil practice..
.Ilss .Monde .llctralrS. I'arl.v.
The rising generation of the upper
portion of this city, were entertained by
Miss Montle .Metealf, at her home on
Washington avenue, opposite the court
houe, Trlday night. That being the
eighth day of .lauuary, the anniversary
of the battle nfN'cw Orleans mid also
Mis MoniieV eleventh bhthday. that
young lady thought proper to celebrate
It by inviting her many friends to .spend
the evening with her and partake of the
many good things to eat that she might
prepare for them. About forty of the
parkllng lime. .Misses ol the young
hostess' acquaintance were present, all ol
whom Mi's Montle made perfectly at
homo by her cordial treatment and
ladylike manners The company amused
themselves by dancing, a string baud
being present to furnish music, playing
juvenile games', etc., till 11 o clock, when
the little one took their leave, eac.li go
ing to her home lo dream Sweet
dreams of their good llttlo friend, and
the merry time they had been af
forded by her hospitality. Among those
of the llttlo ones present were the .Misses
llogan, Mls llattlo Adams -Miss Grace
Hawkins Miss Carrie Hawkins Mis
Jennie Winston, Miss SiNo ITalllday,
Miss Xlna .lorgeneen, Ml'Nett!c Heed,
Mlscs Mamlo and Jesile, Taylor, Miss
Ahblo Martin, Miss Aniiio Gaunt, Miss
Mattle Martin, Mi Mattle Whitakcr,
Miss Nettle, Itohlntibn, Miss Minnie llrl-
back, MIsr Caroljfio llrlhack, and a host
ot others who? name? wc were unable
-Dr. Smith had better bo careful of Ills
drop of water, or he'll wake up to-morrow
morning iiiIiiih that little article.
The Hough ami Keady fire company
are making preparations lor their mas
querade hall. Tho Houghs know how to
do It, and they will make, It a grand suc
cess The hrewen and butchers of this city
me making good use. of the er nu. told
weather, In cutting nnd p.ui.iug Ice.
The Ice being put away by them Is tin
tiimlly clear and from three to live
Owing lo Hie Interest manifested hi
the meetings) held li the .Methodist ami
Pit-shylerlan chtirche- during the past
week, It has h.-eu decided by the Mctho
illiM to continue Mi. 'in through the pres
Ilowle llrother, pork packer, who
have their heiiilouiirler lit the coiner of
Klcvcnlh lit anil Washington avenue,
have commenced the erection of a largo
iee-hou-eat tl onicr of Tenth and Ce
The Delia City Cornet hand has a
claim iip'm the patronngo of the people
of Cairo, nnd it .hniilil be remembered by
them. The Delta hoys made pleasant
many of the long, mltry ciciilngs of last
iimmer by the inuk- of the band, and
now, when they need the aid of tho citi
zen. I hey should have It.
A gentleman pa-eiiger who arrived
In thU i-lty Inst night, via the Cairo, Ar
l.ansfls and Texas railroad, had liN hands
ami onr badly froen, in riding hi a hack
from llie t niln to the ferry boat, which
lies a rullc and a hall below the usual
landing place, being unable to get up the
MMipp! on account of the ice.
-The KH"ondofa erIos of parties lu
lie given by Mr. Ivhiiuml lluefiier. at the
I'limi.-rs" House, will take place to-morrow
night. Tin-llr-l parly, which took
place l.isi M niilny night, was a most
pleasant gathering, and wmvery well at
tended. .Mr. Iltn lm r will be very glad
to have all of hi- friends who hold liivita
ttlois iMi-tit-ipatc- lu the eniertnlu-UK-ut,athe
iwrtles are given for their
Yesterday morning at daylight the
mercury Mood at ten degree below zero;
at 7 o'clock, live degrees lielow zero, and
at nine o'clock, two degrees In-low zero,
and moderating at the rate of one degree
an hour. 'I bis l-;ai(l to by Ihc oldest
citizen-, the iwldet snaii that ha liecn
exiierluiiced In this part or the country
lnrt- is.". In l6l, it U inld, that in the
eolilct weather the mercury only
rwhed elglil degw-s below zero, and It
was -aid by the oldest re-tdents to be a
A correspondent of the 5mm, In .-peaking
ol the new brick Idowalks which the
city council Iiave ordered to belaid down
In various parts of the city, fiiggests that
the brick to bo n-ed be dlpiw-d In hot coal
tar for half an hour. He fays that brick
treated in tlds way ln-come tough, nnd
whcncxpoed to the weather grow hard
er, and that they will last three times as
long in sidewalks as brick that are not
prepared in this way. He alllrms that
tliey absorb no water, and In consequence
are neatly or alwavs drv. and almost as
hard a: marble.
A SHARP GAME,
II)' Which .Mr. Zitiioni-. tit I Ills, (,y
The lioliiicrs Sllll nl Ijii i;i'.
Mr. Zatione, who keeps a saloon on the
corner of Sixth street and Commercial
avenue, in this city, and who is also in
lartucrliip hi the confectionery busine-s
with hi. brother, who I. carrying on the
business at Cincinnati, Ohio, has, through
tho hoi t-slgliteduess of Ids brother, been
swindled out of a large .urn of money
.anone is well-known hi thi. city, having
followed the bit-lucss that he Is now in,
for some time, lie Is a poor man, and
will feel the loss of the money very keenly
Thedetail. of the robbery wc clip from tho
Cincinnati Oimmti-ciitl, ot the Oth Inst.,
which says :
"Last 'Monday two men entered Mr.
Zanone's place and Introduced them
selves as Antonio Harr.ici mid Giovanni
l'eretti. They claimed to have a tine
place of business In Indianapolis, but had
visited the city on a grand .peculation.
Tliey informed Mr. Zanoue that they had
a large Mini of money which they dolled
to convert Into small bills. Their money
was allofthe denomination of $100 bills,
and they would give Mr. Zanone one
hundred dollars on tho thousand If he
would give them small money that they
could use to advantage.
This.thoiight Mr. Zanone, is a splendid
chance for a speculation, If the money Is
good. He asked the men to show their
money. They at once produced a largu
package of one hundred dollar bills, and
drew one out for hhn to examine. He
asked and wa -riven permission to luke
the bill to the Ciilted States Depository
to ascertain its genuineness. The cashier
at tin- Depository pronounced the bill
good, Mr. Zauonetheii proceeded to the
FlM National Hank, Third and Walnut
street., and drew a chock for six thou
sand live hundred and ninety-two
dollars, which was paid, and
lie returned to his confection
ery with the money, where ltarracl and
Perettl were waiting. Mr. Zanomi was
overjoyed lu the prospect of realizing a
handsome protlt on his small bills.
The two men were undoubtedly sur
prised at the readiness manifested by Mr.
Zanone to accommodate them, for, upon
ascertaining the amount of money he had
drawn, they found that they had not
enough large hills to take all ho had
drawn. Then followed a proposition to
Mr. Zanone, the acceptance of which has
well nigh ruined him, They would leave
their money with him that l, ho could
lock up his own and their money hi a
trunk, ami they would all go to Indian
apolis for mora money. It was all fair
enough, they said. The trunk would be
left at the confentionery, lu his posses
sion, and he, to make them safe, could
give them the key. They would all go
to Indianapolis and return together to
complete the transaction, Unfortunately
for Mr. Zanone he consented to thl ar
rangement. The three accordingly started, and ar
lived, M IiuliaijapolU yesterday, about
noon. After leaving the depot In I hat
cltv, a few minutes, Mr. Zanono was left
on a 'lr-"t corner, while Ids two friends
went Into n house to..tnui'urt some bus
iness. They told hhn they would return
Imtncdlatelv. Mr. Cannne waited
for nearly tin hour, and finally entered
tho houe In search of Ilarrael and Per
rettl, but no person had any knowledge
About this time .Mr. Zaiione began to
fear he had Ih-i-ii ohl. lie remembered
that before leaving this city the man who
had the key of the trunk hi hlspOseIoti
had gone through the oonfcetlonory Into
the yard. In the rear of his premise..
What If he had succeeded In opening the
trunk and taken all the money y The
very thought of such n possibility horrl
Jled him, and he could scarcely contain
himself until the train started from In
dianapolis for this city.
It may he surmised that Mr. .aiione's
feelings were not ofa very pleasant nature
on the way home. A train going sixty
miles an hour would have been too slow
for hhn by one-half. Hut he dually entered
thel'lillu street depot. '11111111011 made rapid
strides for his confectionery and that
trunk. It is needless to ay his worst
icar were realized, llie trunk was
open mid the money all gone.
The next step taken was to leave the In
formation at the poller headquarters
which was done at about 12 o'clock last
night, after which di-patches were sent
to the police at Indianapolis, giving a
description of the men.
Mr. Zanone loses by the transaction
S0,f,!)2, all the result ofa umart Hick on
the part of the confidence men nnd hlsde-
Ire to speculate hi small hills."
58jOhio Levee, Cairo Illinois.
lUliumiil lliieluer, I'roprlelor.
HILL OF FA UK
Vegetable, and Vermc
15 ccnt per plate.
Haw. jM-r plate :jo cents
Stewed. M-r plate IIS "
i-rieu, per mate m "
.Scollnied. pox plate -in
nroiieii, per plate m "
Trout, a la tata, per plate 25 cents
Trout, a la niaceanase, per plate IV)
iioiieu iin, in every ftyie i "
Pickled Herring, per plate 20
Hoast 15 cents
Hoast, witli Potatoes 20 "
Ucef.teak, with Potatoes 20 "
Heef.tcak, with Vegetables 150 "
HecMeak, with Onions :i0 "
Porter-house steak, with potatoes 35 "
Tenderloin, with Mushrooiis 0(1 "
Tenderloin, with Sardell Ill "
cutlets with cn-ani sauce :
Pork steak plain
Pork steak braided
Chop, with Green Peas
Chops with Tomatoes
Quail on Toa't
enison steak, cranberry sauce..
Hear steak with currant jelly
Poached on toa't
Omelet, with Parley
Mashed Potatoes .-.
Kolls. Corn Bread, Hye Ilrcad
or Light Ilrcad .
Milk Toast or Cream Toast,
Corn, Buckwheat and Flannel
Collee, Tea and Chocolate,
I.i.t ol letters remaining uncalled for
in the Post Oillee at Cairo. III., January
i. nii:s' LIST.
Clark I lagan.
Kvans Hinina, Kills Lottie.
Frost Jennie, French Liza 1. Fitzger
ald Mrs. M.
Goodlu Klla. Goodrich Jane.
Moore Annie, Murphy -Mary, McGee
Susan, Mar-on Annie.
Powell Josephine, Pillow Mary A.
Hussel M., UussM.
Hhort Bessie, Smith Graey, ijmitli Han
nah. Wood Mrs. M.
(IF.NTI.r.MKX'b I.I vi .
Barrow Chas, lliirns II. A., Blrdwcll
.la.. M., Billion .las P., Brass Win.
Ca.sadv Kd., Cliase H. L., Crabtree.l.
L., Carroll M. C, Campbell IL A.
Dickenson A. B., Derlugtou John,
Daggy P., Dozer W.
F.inrlck John W.
Fyll'o Joseph, Fisher Jacob, Freeman
Govannlnl Doin, Gilbert Geo. W.,
Gonzjiles it. J., Grlllln Pel.
Houston Henry, Jlcdgman J., Harris
J., Hughes J. A., lleiit Win.
James J,, Jones L. D.
Keothler John, Keeler Lewis.
Little Allen, Lamar A., I.ovleys Mr.,
Lyon Geo. W., Llngle Isaac.
McNeely Alex., Masson C, Mahoney
Dennis, MeVery J., McT.eary AVni.
NonlsF. A.. North W. 11.
Patton Chas., Powers Hnrry, Phlllliis
1. N Pain -J. C, Pcndola Jo.
Hadinachcr F., Hosenwater F Hoolu-
son I. W., (2) Honan L.
.Shafler Frank, Sheppen Ldward. Stone
II. N.,. Smart Melvhi, Sterling S. !.,
Terry Clint., Tottcn Geo. II.
Vaughns Chas, Vance Henderson.
Woodard A, Moote, White John, Wood
M., Wilson Mori Is
Persons calling for these letters, will
pleao say "Advertised.'"
Oi:o. W. Md.KUO. P. M.
I'.irl 1. 1st.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Padiicah.
" Mlnneola, Cincinnati.
" Chalk. Morgan. Cincinnati.
.Steamer Jim I'isk, Padiicah.
" Charles Morgan, New Orleans.
limns. wr.AntKit and ni-stsnss.
The weather for the past four days
has been exceedingly cold. Yesterday
morning at 3 o'clock, the mercury stood
at 11 degrees lielow zero, which Is said to
he the coldest weather that has been ex
perienced hi this city since 1S7.
Business Is gradually improving, and
the merchants are looking forward with
much Interest for the good time coming.
The Ohio river felt one and three
fourths inches yesterday. The MissU
slppl nll'ords a good skating place for the
hoy and girls
Wah Dept. Itivicii Itr.roiiT, )
.Unitary t). !S75. f
III. I Ft. llncli.
St. Lotus ...
lorrrctr.1 Dully by 1J. M Stearns rnuimlMloii
rnercliant, Sccrrtiiry of tlir Cairo Hoard of
Flour, m-contintf lo grade l V.a 00
Cum, mixed, sarknl W70c
Com, uhltr, Rji'k.il fcvTpc,
Outs inixH . CV.tr.N-
lirnn, per Ion ID.VVW.-oon
.Mini, ntejiii ilriisl -.. $.1 70
llulter, rtiolcc .Northern roll !!V
lluttrr, choice Soutticrn Illinois Vftito
KirpS prriioien (V0c
Ciili-kcus, isrilorrn - 42 -Wl lo
Turkey, Kvrdoirn PttlOOfl
lluljliiU, rdoren St 10
yiialls, rr rtoitn H(0
Appl, cholfr, per bjrrl S- Jo-t-S Si
ApelM. common, per barrM - - ii 7
ruUtoe. pr foanfl - 3 sAftSea
Onions, per twrrcl -.. .. ll&n
IlnckwIiMt Hour .. MM
ltjr n.iur - ."TJ
WHOLEdAI.K AND RETAIL,
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Closo.
Comer 10th St. and Commrcifl Av.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
I'lieiv u ill be un onnortunlty for
enter llie Uiiiemity, immediately n
' .Moniliiy, Jiiiiiiiiry llh, IK7.1.
lultlon t it.ic to nil who are fent hy County
StiiicrtiiteiulrnU, uwrUnri, Judges orby
lteprerentutlte UUlrk't To lucb, an Incidental
l.-eof Two Hollars 1 charRed jier term, Hoconl
inz to the bbitule
To other tultl.m In the Normal Department Is
SS.Wpcrtenui in the Preparatory liepnrtment
UU.oo, mid In the Primary or .Model Deiiurl
The Insli-iirdoii In Thorough.
and einlirwes Wrltiiiff, Dniwlne, Sinirln:. Cul
Utlirnlcs and Kloeutlon, In addition to nil the
Common aud IIIkIi school atudieii, and Isitln
and lins-k, Higher Jlathfiimtlcji, tlieinltry and
liood hoard can Im- hail at re.isonahle prices
M ftllii M.W iwr wivL
I he spr
Vrm will open Monday, Murdi
jami:s itoiiAin, m .,
1. -l. .
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ar. o. irautia,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Dullatin Buildlnir, Comer Twelfth Street
nnd Waabintrton Avenue,
CJ-Countv and Itullrond Work a fpeelidly
Tow-Boat For Sale
pilH SuliciiWr offers for sale the Steam
1. Towing hterw-Wlns-1 Iloat, Hi- llamiiillt.
with engines, machinery tacLles, npparcl and
nirnlturc as she now lies at Cairo. Ill
Her length Ih ll. fis t, her luvadlh 21 feet, her
lepth 3 krt and measure i7 Ions, .she has jl
iKillrrs'Jll'ivt long and 3il inches diameter, 2 lilvcU
piessuteeuglneswltlicylliiders 17, Inches in
lliiiiii'liTiiiidnfis.tHoki-1 a fid pumps Until
rhra in diameter and 17 Inches stroke mid all
modem ImproM-ments.nnd is In mery ; res pis-1
staunch, i in worthy, and In good condition lor
uavlgalloH. For tonus apply lo.
Caiiio, tils , NomiiiIki-:!. is7i. r.o-ii-s-ir,
To Kiutois or Tilt IIUI.I.BTIS'
r.sTKKUKn KniENtr Yott will please Inform
your rtiMleia that I hateu Dosllire
Cnro for Consumption
and all disorders of Ihe throat and Lungs, and
that, by its use lu my practice, I tune cmsd
hundred of cases, mid w 111 give
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
for a rase It will not lienellt Indeed, so strong
1 will send a sample Fit 12 1, to any eullVrer
Pliae show this letter to any one you may
know who Is sullVrlng from thcts diseases ahd
oblige Fatthhtlly youn, ..
. Pit T 1 BCHT
09 William St , XtwYoik
If you want fresh oysters without pay.
Ug for the can and .transportation, ro to
Kiroat's, 125 Olilo Levee, and cot them by
tho pall full, fresh every morning. 12-4. t
Having given up my old stand on the
lei ce and taken Kcohler .C ilro'j shop, on
L'lghtb street, I shtll bo prepared to sup
ply tho citizen ot Cairo with the bet
meats the nmrkel affords Please call and
ecmc. Phil. Howaiii).
Go to Sprout's 135 Ohio I.nvec, and
Ket j our oyteri by the hundred or can
fresh ovcry morning. 12-4-tl
Sproat, 135 oiuo Levee, Is (urnl'lilng
oytor In ilin tight olupc. Families can
be Mtppled In any iptantlty fresh every
taorn ii-;. 12-J tf
-Joe Itoekcr l new in full control of
the Washington lnketj. and haling learn
ed the wants of the public, Is prepared to
supply on call u l demands for French loaf,
lioMoti, Brown iiml Graham bread, and
everything else ordinarily touud In a llrtt
clftnsbak ry. Ho maintain a full stock ol
onfectionerles, and can, as well any
other dealer In the city, till all orders In
that line. Cakes baked, Irostcd or orna
mented on short notice. Hpccla lattentlou
given to the orders of wedding or picnic
parties. o 12-tf.
Coyne's oyster It pot and reitaur.ict.
Oyster. In ihe shell and can, fresh every
day, nt Phil Saup's old stand, between
Sixth and devecth streets, Cairo, Illinois
OfKICK C'AIIlO.t VlNCKNMKM It. It. Co.. )
Nkw Voiik, J.tnuiry a, 1875
The annual meeting ol the stockholders
oflhe Cairo and Vlnccnnes liallrnad com
par.y will he Ii Id at Ctlro, Illinois, on
Wcdocdiay, January 27, 1S75.
lloswKi.t. MiLLK.n, See'y.
All persors knowing themselves to be
luiletittd to nioaie rcipsclfnlly reipiested
to pay uti their accounts by January 1, as I
am desirous of wlr.dlng up my business as
soon a possible, preparatory to making a
new Mart. All accounts unpaid by January
15th, will he placed In tho hands of an
attorney for collection. T. J. Kkiitii.
Cottage, bouse, five rooms, hall, cloitts
naf.ti.room, wood-shed and a good cistern.
Located convenient to business part of the
city. Apply to O. P. Ly n, Commercial
aienue. near Sixth street. irM-8-fit.
All Watches, Clocks and Jewelry, that
have been loft with mcforrcpalrs, on which
the e larcs nro unpaid, will be thl diy j
left at Ibo Jewelry store of Jlr. It. Hoitpt, 1
on Washington avenue, and will at tho end
of thirty days Irom this date he sold to pay
cliar.'er. II HUMAN WlLI.I'.ll.
Csiito. Ills., December !Uli, 17I.
I'lulii lii'stliiii for liitiillds.
Have tho routltn medicines of the profes-t-lon
doiin you no good? Are you dl.'cour
aged and miserable ! If to.test the proer
tics ot the new vcgetablo Specttic, Dr.
W.U.lsT.I.'rt C.lt.trOIt.VlAN VlNKOAK HIT
TEltts, already famous a9 the tloest lnvigor
ant, corrective and alterative tint has ever
seen the light. Dlspeptlcs and person of
bilious habit should keep It wilhln reach, If
they value health and case.
'inipt'lltlun Is the I.ir- of Trutle.
Mrs. Leitle Colemsu, Flue Laundress,
No 12, Fourta street, between Washington
and Commercial avonucs, docs all kinds of
line andcoarse laundry workfor ladles and
gent'emen, fluting, Vc Gentlemen's shirts
washed and polished. Slnglo shirt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen 80c; socks rc; two col
lars, 6c; two handkerchiefs, 5c; vests 20c;
and all gentlemen's wear, SOc. per
dozen. Ladles' dresses, 25 to 50c;
iklrts 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair hose 6c; two collars 5 to lCc. For la
dles' plain clothes ?1 CO per dozen; tor la
dles fine clothe?, f 125 per dor.en; done
piomptly, and promptly dcllu-red. Pa
Fresh llalthuorc oysters received dally
and told by Phil. II. Satip. MJO-ll-'-lO-tf
Oo to WiNTKU's Galleiiv and see bli
specimens of photo;raghln art. Half an
hour can be rpent very pleasantly In view
log some ot tho w ell-known faces of our citi
zens. Mr. W. has on hand a largo stock ol
new and elegant frame', suitable tor hol
iday gifts. Piiotogrnphs mado only upon
Friday and Saturdays, c.vcep' lug by spec
ial appointment. Gallery open every evening
fieorgo Littner corner of Fourteenth and
Washington avenue, will futnlsh hereafter,
every day to his patrons a Xo. 1 lunch, be
tween tho hours of ten ami twclvo o'clock.
Fresh Milwaukee beer and fragrant Havana
cigars to bo had at ids bar at all times.
Notice Is hereby gl ven, to all tuoso who arc
indebted to Wall .V Ent, that the butslness re
lating to tho lh in must bo settled by the 15;h
of this month. Harmon II. IIi.ack,
UiM-lvjf. Attorney for fl T, Wall.
. l Ire.
Illinois Ckntiml It. It. Company,
(IKNIUIAI. ACIKNT'B OKI'ICP,
Caiiio, January U, 1875.
On and after the date of this uotlce, I
will without regard to nationality, age, size,
color, previous or present condition, pros
orute '.o tho full extent of the law, any and
all persons who may bo detected in robbing
the stock pecs of this c mrany In Cairo, of
Iced of any kind, rr who In any way inter
feres with stock whilo lu posies'Ion ot this
company such a opening the gates of the
pens, racing stock arouod, throwing stones,
club, etc. Thieves and bummers mako a
note of this aud keep away.
115-1'5-ilt General Agent.
I. I.. iVIIIIiwiiK, Iletitlat,
will continue, to opera tu for the different
schools, exclusively, on each ami every
A young horse 1 years old last May-
works single or double; will bo sold on G
months' time note nt 10 per cent, and good
security. Apply at Tim 11ulltin oiUce.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THK llrm ot Wu.ll A lint I dissolved by mu
tual consent (1KO T. WAI.I.
I)ir 3"). t7l
The Mill propmy, Including Iot. IliillJIng
and Machinery, fur sale ou y u-rin.
Addrcsa. OKO. T JV AI.L.
Pec 30. 1S7I. ijuotn
0RDIMAK0X H. M.
.in Onllnnnrn to provide, for the Bar.
"kntn nIr-li.HJr W5.
lie It onUlneil by the City Council of lh Cltr
of Cairo '
HkctIom 1 That for thi purpose ot protldlnt
for the payment or city Interest tssarlnir warrant,
and the Interest thereon, the cltr romptroUu Is
hereby Instructed and dlrectnf to place In bis
fray theexs-me of the corporation'
.... r.. . i . & icr-ii ru-f. -. . .
-unnuni esiinmie oi moneys nectsstry lu ue-
ine coriioraiion" in i
1S73, 1876. and 1877,
.... ,nv j mi ,-7,, o,u. K.iu lo,,. mu
moiuit siirilclrnt to pV one-lhird, as nearly it
ue cnnistimate, or the present outitandlni city
lute lest If.irlnf warrants and the Interest ther
on, not lurludlnir thoe the payment of which
Is alnwlv ii
nuic-l Tor, In, and by Item six (6)
One (II . Onllniinre TSTn eltrhtr.nn..
Hiiprofe.lJulrlStli.IS74 I'roilded. that
lie last oflhe lill.l thnss renrs llie ivininlmll.p
shall i .llnitli- nn amout suffldrnt to pay the
Iheii mimliider of said Interest bearing warrants,
and the Interest thereon
StCTlo-j 2. The amount no estimated by the
comptroller, shall be proTlded for, and Includ
ed In Ihc annual appropriation blll.orOnll
nance for carh year of the said three yearsi and
the amount an appropriated shall be collected In
the general warrant for each of thetald three
Suction 3. That Section three (J) of Ordi
nance No. W, nproYcd.luly lath, IWI, heand
llie Mme is hei-eby repmleil,
SrrrtoN I. Tliat tectlon four () of the
last namitt Ordinance (No 82) be and the same
is hereby amended, o as lo read as follows, to
wit: It shall lx the duty of the city treasurer,
whenever the county collector of Alexander
county shall pay over to him city taxes for the
jeur 1S7I, lo apportion sixteen twsntytmha
(1G-2.1) nf the amount, or amount,
so inld over, Mween the Brst, second, fourth,
lltlli, and sixth, Hems of appropriations in Sec
tion one (1) of tld Orillnancc No 81, In pro
IHirtlon to the nmountaofsald Items res)ectlvelyi
and the nine twenty. nnhs (0-23), balance of the
amount or amounts so paid oxer shall lie placed
by the treasurer In the general fund.
.i-t(-rtoN S All moneys romlnft Into the
handsofthe city treasurer for the payment or
redemption of city Interest bearing warrants
shall be placed by him In a separateand distinct
fund, and the treasurer shall payout the same
only iiK)n the presentation of aald WHrranta,
which aliall Is- paid by him, with the interest
thensin, in the onleruf their Issuance, begin
ning with the oldest date and series, and the
loweal number In each aeries, Provided, that
If warrants are not presented In the order named
herein, the treasurer Is hereby aiithorlicdand re
quired In retain money in said fund sufficient to
uiy such non-pn-senteil warrants, and Ihe in
ieiTst thereon, and to adertise and give notice
In Hint- surrcssUc dally Issues of the official
new.poier or the city, that he Ii prepared to pay
said warrants and the Interest ihereon, giving
the date, mimlier, nnd the name oflhe person to
whom Issued, and that the Interest thereon will
celiac aner ten days from the date of the tl rat
publication of aula notice! and when iuch war
rants an- thereafter presented for payment, In
terest ahull only be allowed and paid by the
treasurer to Ihc date of the expiration or laid
s-kcnoMO All ordinances and part of ordi
nance, inconsistent with the provisions of this
ordinance, are hereby repealed,
Appro-. cd January 5th, IS73.
JOIIN WOOn. Mayor
Atli -t-Wiu. K Hawkins City Clerk.
C 1) Arter. J. VT Stewart.
ARTER & STEWART.
(Su.vi:sors to I) Arter A Co )
No. 113 Commoiclul Avenue,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Kcop ovcrything pertaining to
tho lino of Staple and Fancy Gro
ceries, Woodonwaro, Vogotablos,
Fruits, &o-, &c.
WagouB, Curts, Fornnibulator8,
Swings, Tables, Chairs,
Malaga Grapes, Fruits,
Nuts, Oake's Can
dies, &c., &c.,
No. 32 EIGHT STREET