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ASOAI.ON T.OllfiB, NO. 61.
a KnlnlilM ol I'ythU, meet every Vt
A ilar lllxht at liiilf-mit trim, in Odd
tenon' iuu. .iiahi." .-i..,
AI.KXASIIKK JItfiK, NO. Ml
lmlriienilent Order of OiM-Ktl
lows, meet every Thtiraday night
t tmlf-nitt ev en. In their nail on
Commercial aremie, iieincen nmn ami ceventn
street, r n, nxt, .n, u
CAIRO KNOAMrjIII.NT, I ). O. F inert
In OcU-KrllowV IUII on the Aral and-third
Tue'day lu eiery month, nt hulf-t mtii.
Juiin II IIoiunox, U. i
IV CAIUOl.OI)flK..N0.237.A.K A A
Hold rcicnlnr i-nniiuiinlrallon In
nnlc Hull, cinier commercial mi
' ih1 Klxhtli tnrt, on Ihe, rnroml
fuortfi Monday ufciili month.
Now I your time. You . cnjinct better
bargain than were CTcr offered before In
tli tine ol atore, tinware anil hou'e fur-
nl.lilnp: cood. at A. Halle)'', No. 103 and
1T0 Waihlnjtton avo. lU-IWJ-liu
Mr. 1'. l'ltxgorald uaJut received and
liu on ale at hli Mien room a Urge itock
of KinllMi nte, iiorter, Hemiey brandy
and wine, and liquors of nil kind, width
bo will dlnnoic of at reasonable rlce.
(lood flniflo rooim on the upper floor at
the Saint C'hatlc can be had, with board
at tbe very low rate of 630 per month
Ho, for cood bargain, at A. llatlry'i
lie will Mitl at greatly reduced price for
the next thirty dayr. No. Mi and V
AVahliif,'ton avenue. 10-15-Mra
Jlr. Winter It buy painting ome large
portrait in oil. We are glad to nte tbe
people waking "P to appreciation Of
true khi'up. A fine photograph of tbo Iter
Mr. Thayer, on ohlblllon, U Hfn Itieif.
?( Lumber Vnril.
Charlm Lancaster and Newton Jtlcc,
both well known to our citizen, and
to river men generally, have c
tabltahcd n lumber yard In Cairo, corner of
Sixteenth ttreet and Commercial avenue
They will keep every description of build
lug material and Hramboat lumber, doors,
atb, bllndi, moulding, ihlngfcs, lath, etc.
etc., and are determined to pell lower than
lumber lian ever been to d In Cairo. They
naollclt a fair trial from kteaml.nit mm jnrt
builders, and guarantee tl, faction lu all
0Y8T2K8! OY8TEB8! !
Sproat, 130 Ohio Levcc, 1 receiving New
Orleaij nyatcri every morning In bulk. He
It making hli own can and pickln? hi
uwn oyMera, thereby avoiding tbe exorbi
tant ebargei for tranftportat'ou, and l ena
tiled to fiiriilili a better artMp at a leal
price tban any other dealer, l'atronlre a
bom Institution, and benrflt rounelf.
IMvn, down they come tbe prlcct of
ttove and tinware at A. Halle) ', No. Ito
and 170 Wahln;tou avenue. Heating
novel at cat. IC-1'M-lm
.N'tlcIlirrelygltrn,to alitor. horu
Indebted to Wall A but, that tbe butt!nc re
latliijto tbe flrmmut be aet'led by tbe 1Mb
ul tblt mvnt'i. Hanmos II. Di.ack",
un-l-'J -i: Attorney I r O T. Wall.
Cunipelllloti N Ibp I.lfe of Trnilr.
.Mr. i.e tic COIoinin, Hue l.aundreu,
No 12, Koiirta ttreet, between WaOilngton
und Commercial av.nuc, doci all k uda of
line and roareUundry work (or lad rt and
Kfiit emen, tinting, Ac. aentlcmen'i iW.r'.h
washed and potlhcd. Slnglo jblrt and ool
lar, 10c; er dozen Wc; ock &; two col.
Ian, Cc; twj bsndkercblcfi, rc; veiti JlOc;
arid all gentlemen' wear, 80c. per
dor.cn. Ladles' !rcri, 25 t 60;
tklrtil) t) drawer 10 to l.'iq two
pair hoe fcj two collar? & to Kc. For la.
iliei: plain t lothea 1 CO per dozen; lor-la-
utctnne comet; i sa per dozen; done
promptly, aud promptly dellvrrc, J'a
113-I.J.i I ljiu
Oo TO WlNTKIt's Oam.ekv and tc bli
pcelmcni of iihotoraghln art. Halt an
hour can bi rpent very pleatantly In view
ing tonic ol the w nil-known t.iret of our cltl
r.im. Mr. W. has ou hand & Urye .stock oi
new and elegant frame, aultablo lor hol
iday gift. 1'totgraplM made only upon
Krlilsy and eUturdnyi, excep'Inj by tpec
lalappoln'mcat. Gallery open evory evening
A young horni-i years old lust May
work klrglo or double; will be aold on 0
niintlu' time note with good terurity.
Ajij'ly ntTiiK Uuli.tin ofllce.
Notice It htrsby given to all partlct who
aro Indebted to Wall & Knt, that the paptri",
book, etc., are In my bandi loruollectlon,
onl the llrm hiv'ng bcifn dUso'.vcd, jiay.
mrut mint bo made to mo alone.
llAlnlON II. IIuck,
1M-1-M 01. Attorney for (I. T. Wall.
Whccvrr babliuilly uks any a'obolle
pr pji-utloii a an 'appitUor" will be
likely ti tullor fr in four mIN, unovor
pliii of food in tliot'omnc'.i, impaired abllily
to (llcit It, thn pung t f il)pepfii, and a
dodo.' bill. Dit. Wai.kku'p Vcokt iile
Vineijah H.TTKitH, tin' groat Teetotal Ha
ttoMtlve of tho oge, W tlioiit ovcr-ttlmu.
lulug thopalato or liltatlcg the ttomacb,
Impart n hcnlibful appetite, pronntct ill
Kettlon, re julatei the II ver aril bo welt, purl
I01 the blood, aud tbii, Instead of enlulllug
fourovlli), confer (our Inestimable btuellt.
Ii i.inoih Centiul It. II. Company,
UKNKRAl, AOH.VI'H OFKICf,
CAino, January I), 187.
On anil after the date of this nolle, I
will Tillbout regard to mtlomlltr.ngo.s'ze,
color, previout or jireecnt cocdltlou, pros
ecute '.o tbo full extent of the law, any and
all portions who may bo do'ected in robbing
tliojtoek peca of ibl ccinpany in Cairo, ol
feed of any kind, cr who lu any wny inter
fere with tlock while in ponetilon ol till
company such a opening the gate of the
pent, racing ttock mound, throwing atone,
cluba, otc, Thieves and bummcn make a
note of thlt aud keep away.
H5-1-V3t Uenrrnl ageijt,
CITY NEWS. I
FHfIA V, JANUAKV IS. 1H7S.
Loral Wlher Itcport.
Caiiu), .lanniry II, liT.V
JU11". ITiik. I rnii.
1 p m.
. I IIOIIAS JOXK, Dlumir
'I'liiirtduy ufleniooii, rrn Cotiiiiivrrlal
ncntii,lH.tVfeii Sixth and Tenth ctreetH,
ncorntKAK-m.Nti. Tlie fliulcr will plwi
leun: tin p;iiiiu nt this olllcc or nt Mr. M.
F, Gilbvrt', rorncr Sixth Ktrd-t mid
Washington uvenuc. l-HV2t.
Thu iirltir election h ulri-ady uxclt
ln' ntu-ntloii. Certain Individual who
arc anxious to tcctin the defeat of other
ifcirllee, arc laying their plan and nsM-rt-lu
their intention of throwing around
quite 11 pile. ir greenbacks to iuuirc the
uccs of their plan. There, are other
geiitleiueii vho are very thrcwd, hut
know enough to keep Mlct until the
procr tluw foines, who an- casting their
longing cy-cn towanl the tiiug mid cozy
ollicc. to Ikj dli'jKised of hy the people,
ind are tllcntly hut enniettly playing
their lwndu hi older that they may drop
upon tin: coveted prl7.es without the In
terference of other nplriiiit. From
irecnt Indication, tlm coming election
will 1x5 u hot content, at the conclusion of
which som j one is doomed to Imlft down
All Jiersoiib having baggage at the St
Nicholas hotel are heivhy notified to call
for the Ntuie within ten day from this
tlub, or tiich baggage -will lie told for
charge. i. Wktzkl,
I'roirlelor ofbt. Nleliol.-is Hotel.
('Aiuo.Jaii. 15, 175. ICI-l-lStf,
'Thodgh there Is no real eaue lor
iilanu, It would Iks well for the city au
thorities to enforce, without delay, such
measure ns will hhluld our city from the
ravage of tuall pox. An ounce of pre
vention I worth a pound of cure, and
thould be nppllwl while It may Imi with
du'ieJTect. I'arcntit should we to It that
their' children aro vaccinated, ami the
projier ollicers thould compel tlic com-
ilcto iolation of every eaie that devcl-
o)es Itmlf. Due care in this rriect will
prevent a recurrence of the scrnes of suf
fering of former time?, although it in;
not prevent me outimiiK 01 tne tiityrtM
The c:ics now in the. iot hotiteare all
lolng very well, being, a yb are In
formed by Dr. AVool, on alalr way to
recovery, but tep to proreiit the .pread
of the loHlhome iiestiu-iice w III not be
out of pi,
romiiienciiigSatiirdny morning, Jan-
twry 10. at 10 o'clock, nt mv ttore 011
Commercial avenue, ImIwiiii Seventh
and Klghth ttrtrts, my entire stock of
gootlt, conclstlng of coats, pants, vest,
hats and caps, hoots and tlioet. watches,
lock, hnw-ca.U'S, pistol, Miot-gnns,
airiH'iitern' tool, tinware, lamps. In-d-stead,
chairs, tables, inattresse. kitchen
stoves, sofa? and many other article.
Mks. Ii. K. Covnk.
I.. II. Myers, Auctioneer. ICJ-l-lMt
About three weeks ago, a gentleman
employed In the Illinois Ceutral; express
ofllw ptirclmel a coop'of fine, fat tur
keys, which he placed upon the i-idewalk
hi front of the olllcc, until he could Hud
toino place to keep tlirin. While the gen
tU'inan sm busily engaged lu discharg
ing hi duties III the olllcc, John Sen lot t.
colored man, pased by, and Ht'ing the
turkeys, bethought If he could get one or
two of them he could speculate on thein,
nml accorillngly grabbed a couple, which
he .sold, aud pocketed tho money . When
le man who owned the turkeys lleov-
rcd that some one had niadu away willi
part of tliem, hu lutoriiiol the police of
went to work lo llml the
guilty party. After searehlng for some
time the ollleers spottotl S,.'iilott, whom
they arreted aud took before Judge
Urow, who cent I1I111 to jail. W't'duesday
morning Senlott, having served his time
in Jail, was discharged hy Jailor Fitz
gerald, and after thanking Die
Jailor for tbe kind treatment he
had received at his hand, took his de
parture. Senlott went straight from the
Jail to the grocery etore of Mr. Metcnlf,
Plionlte the cgurt house, aud told the
proprietor tlutt'Mr. Fitzgerald had tent
hlin over to get some groceries for him,
hlch were given to him, when
he left the store with the goods, which he
sold to another party. Mr, Melealf did
not know tltat he was the victim of a
thief, until he mentioned thu matter
to the Jailor, who informed hint that he
had not wnt anyone after groceries for
him, and that ho had not seen Senlott
bluco he had discharged hltn. Mr. Mct-
ealf Informed Ollleer Martin how he had
been beaten, who, aller looking for Senlott
for some time, found him and again hu
us taken before .Ititlgo DruM, who, niter
hearing the evidence lu Ihe ease, hound
him over lu the stun of live hundred dol
lars, to auiiwer the cliargo at the next
?rm of court. Senlott was not able to
llml anyone who would go 011 his bond,
and was again locked up In tin; county
til for Mifu keeping.
During the recent cold spell a strong,
hearty-looking fellow wont to the rcii
(leiice of a lady living In this city, aud,
putting on u very long face, told her that
he wa hungry' and would like to have
Hometlilng to eat. Tho lady gavo hltn a
good"s(piare meal," for vyhloli ho tlwuketl
Hop very kindly, saying: tlt:it ho would re
member her ln4 his prayers. The lady
men nsKcu nun wuero Ho was Km w
lodge, being four o'clock In the eve
nlug, and was answered in a most touch
ing maimer thutlic had no place to sleep
that.liq tjii) not .hafc money with which
to procure a led. The lady, it so liaji
penejd, wan(e a basket of elolhcs c.-trrlctP
to her w'ashw'otnan, and told the sulferer
l ic wouhl ilo the erraiiJ for her she
would give lilut iu6ncy enough to get a
bed for Ihe nlghl. The lieggar lookcl at
her for a moment in utter astonishment
and then exclaimed.1 "Madnm. I vl
you to tinderttnnd that I am a genticmafr,
by (1 l, and don't run errands for any
one." The lady told I1I111 hi the mildest
tone Imaginable that the wn always
willing to belli laople who were willing
to help themselves, hut that Hitch people
as he, who would sooner beg titan work,
dotcrved to freeze to death, und that If he
didn't vacate the spot where hi lazy
bone were resting, she would crack hi
scull with the poker. lt K useless to
state that he comlletl with the request of
tbe puglllftic Inily without a murmur,
Wo could relate more than one Instanwof
the vame Kind, where tlic'ttlazy good-for-
nothing loafers, who when ollired work
become Indignant. Thcri! nre, of conw, .0
great many people In Cairo at the pre-,
cut lime unable to get work, who would
willingly labor, were they given tin o-
portunlty, anil whodewrve to be helped,
but tbe majority of tho stragglers' who
go from houie tohouo asking asclstance,
and at the same time making a great to
do about their helpless children, are
nothing mom nor less than indolent and
shiftless vagabond, who are too lazy to
work mid make a re-"iK.,ctahlc living.
Mr. .T. (J. Holes, of Thclcs, has e-
cnreil miartcrs at the Martin Iioumj. Jlo
Is In the city attending court.
Tho boys and girls are again happy
The ice 011 the (daughter house pond Is
said to le better than It has Im-cii at any
previous lime this winter. ' r
Dr. It. S. Hrlghant's lecture in the
high school building Monday night, on
"Evolution," w ill he vtrygood. Every
person w ho p-.hly can, should not fall
to hear it.
Tho I.ilK-ral Itellgionlsts will have
another ball next Wednesday evening.
IVrsons who want to spoml n pleasant
evening -hould not fall to attend. Every
body Invited. ,
It l said that there will be no lack of
candidate for the ofllce of mayor at the
entiling election, If allthcgentlemcn now
named Intend to enter tho contest for that
' Four "gentlemen, namely, Mill How
anl, Hcrnard Smith, Harry - Walker anil
Jack Murphy, proiosc giving a supper
and ball nt the Delmonico Hotel to-niglit,
which they intend to make a very pleas
Thu I'rcsbytcriaii sociable, at the
cjrlirch lat evening, was largely attend
ed, and all Were very pleasantly enter
tained. The renting of the h:ws took
place, and a large portion of them were
Yestcnlay morning about 7 o'clock,
thcrusldeuccofCapt. l'oonym Eighteenth
street, was discovered to be on Are, ami
before thn flame could be extinguished,
a apace occupying about three feet of
tbe roof around tho chimney was humeri.
The (Ire is aid to have been kindled by .a
spark from it defect in Ihe Hue. The.
damage to the houe' will be letwccn
seventy-five and one hundred dollars.
The city seems to have a spite at
J. It. C11nnlngh.ini. F.sq. lie charges $3
for hauling to the hospital a person w ho
has the small pox. The council, at Its
last meeting, cut down his bill to $:.
And this alter killing his best horse by
Iieniiitting the streets to remain in 11 dan
gerous condition! Hut a good time forU.
i coming. Walt until Jack Winter
On Monday evening, the IStlt Inst.,
Mr. Edmund llucfuer, proprietor of the
Planter' Ilou-e, will give the second of a
series of parties, which he has undertaken
for the amusement ol his friends. -The
llrt party, which took place two weeks
ago, was one of the most pleasant that
the people have been treated for many
atlay, and Mr. Huclher' elgnllles his in
tention to make the next one fully asen-
joyable. Mr. Iliiefnrr will be pleased to
sec all who hold Invitations, present.
Alderman Thomas Halliriay'ij resolu
tion raising a committee of one member
of tho council from each wanl, to report
whether the council can bo more
economical than it i, and In what man
ner the work of retrenchment may ,lo
continued, was unanimously adopted,
anil Meirs. Halllday, Xcllis, Wright.
Walder and Saup were named us thu
committee, The committee, as ,a wholej
Is a good one, and will, no doubt, make
an able and comprehensive report upon
the government of the city.
Wau l)rT. itivxnitcioitT, I
laiuiary n, :o.i. j
stations. low water.
Ft In. Ft. Inch.
I'itUUtug 4 11 xl 0
Cincinnati 10 41 ft
touuvlllo 0 0 0
Nadivlllo 8 4 0 -0
St. touit (1 fi xu 1
CorrecUtl Dally by K. M. Steaau, ronuulaalou
innThunt, Sffietary of Ihe Cairo Hoard of
Flour, nfoonllnjf In Knule
Corn, inlinl. aarknt
..t oxas 00
$2 soil a 00
Corn, while, mcke.1 ,
Ilnin, per ton ,
Jlral, atrant ilriwl
nuiirr, rimireMirtliern roll .......
Duller, choice Southern Illinois ,
lurkeya, er dozen
IM1UIUI, IHTUUZeil m.m
QujIIi, perduien -
Anulr. choice. ter l.arn-1
Ajijilrf, oommoii, IH.T barrel
Onions. xr Imrtrl -
tje Hour . ......
OBSTACLES l'O MAllIUAGE.
llmiiir llelleffor Younir Men frnm lli
rror and Aluiue In eury life,,
retV inipedlmtnU to Marrli
inovrq. "Newlnnhisl or iteatuient. ;i'4vunil
free .Mil lealnl enveloiKJi lArt(lrV,IHUTAKl
.isJ0L'UlION,'41UN. Ninth ativtt, 1'lihailcl
pbU, l'a., an Jnitltotlon having a high reputa
lion for nonorablc conduct aud urofraalunal
Cairo, U.ia TitfrttuAY Evrnwo, )
January U, 1876.
Tlicvvcatlicr continues cold but clear,
with no Minis of a thaw. Then I no
phange lu the market. &t and corn
may fie a'siiidii rinncr; flour Is un
changed, anil hay and corn meal am
steady nnri active, with dcmanil in excess
of supply. Hutter and; eggs an; plenty
Yt )iubllh tonlay, for tho IjenclU of
sbliijieTS, tjic following notice of change
in freight larill. by the I. C. It. It., very
much in favor of Cah-o and shippers to
I.e. It. R(.Co,4 FiiKHiiiT Dr.i'V.l
CniCAdo, Jan. 8, 1873.
To AfiK?T8J J'roni nml after tlilmlate,
rates to elevatoK wnrchoiises. mills, nml
dellvensl on track at Cairo will bo the
same from all stations; the rates of grain
luliulk will ben pcrcohtmiiof rates toel
valor In tarill'of July 1 .1873, unless lower
rates nave uren mane, in wiiicit eae have
Ihein apply to all consignee at Cairo
alike, however situated. This will not
change and through rates and division.
consignees nt-itjairo arc . earnestly re-
nuested to aid us by unloading promptly
Itcspcctrullv, IIoiiack '1 f CKlIlt,
Acting General Freight Agent.
HccclpU of grain for last three days
wero 10 ears Oats, li ears com, 2 cars
tSrOwr (rlenils should bear in mind
that the price here given are usually for
sale, from ilrt hands in round lots. In
Hlllng orders and for broken lota It is neo
tisary to cliargo an advance over these
There is a fair demand for low grade.
Choice Is plenty and very dull. i;rlce
hold steady and unchanged. We note
tales of 200 bbls, $150g;tX); 200 bbU
XX, 51 75; 200 bids, $1 QO&i 75; WX) hbls
city, $1 50J CO; 500 hbls SI 00.'i 75; .100
hbls, SI uO&S ).
The demand 1 steady and prices are
llrm ami unchanged. Iteceipts lair.
Sal: 'i'w'o ears choice timothy, deliv
ered, $22 (X); 1 car prime timothy, deliv
ered, $21 00; 2 cars choice mixed tlcllv-
crt-dj $18 (Margin poj.2 carsprjme timothy,
delivered, $20 00; 2 cars jindrie, delivered,
$10 00; I car choice timothy, delivered.
$22 00; 2 ears choice timothy, dellvcntl.
?21 00; 1 ear ndrle, delivered. SIS 50; 1
car pnilrie, delivered, S10 00; 1 car choice
mixed, delivered, $10 50; 1 car choice
timothy, deliventl. S22 W
The market holds llrm but rather qidet,
Tho demand and receipts are about c(Miitr.
Sales wcrc4 cars N"o. 2 white anil mixed tm
sacks delivered, 7.x370c ; 1 car X'o. 2
whlteinbulk on traeV! 70o; 2carsXo. 2
white lu bulk 011 track, GOc: S cars re
jected hr btilk.oit tra.k, f ; 1 car mixed
in bulk ou track, C8e; 0 cars itiew white
mixed in bulk 011 track, 00c.
' OATS. ' '
Iteceipts arc all taken at 05. We note
sales ns follows : 5 cars Xo. 2 mixed mid
white in sacks delivered, C5c; 2catn So. 2
black In sacks dclvered, CCc: 11 cars Xo
2-mlxcd lu s-irks ' dclivcre'd,- 0o-; 1 car
white In sacks delivered, 00c; 1 ear black
Jiisa:kj;dellvcred,.76c; Gears Xo. 2 mixed
In Packs delivered, 05c.
The market Is steady and llrm and cK
nianri active, with no Mirplu. Vi; note
sales or 200 barrels Meant dried $3 70;
300 IwrreU' clty nicnl $11 7Cfi;i M): IKiO
barrels steam dried, $3 05r,.1 70.
The market is bare; not enough eomtfc
in to meet the demand. Sales 300 sacks
leliveretl $20 C021 00 ; 1 car delivered
Tho market h steady -'and iiuelianged;
stoek.i heavy. The roll butter that Is
selling at 2022c arrives (lacked in pine
boxcsaudjii bad.condltlou. Sales' were
OOO U.3 choice Southern lllinoU roll, 25c;
COO lb choiets Xohliern packed, 25c; 300
lb Southern Illinois jacked, 21c;
700 lbs Northern packed, 'JJe; 500
lb Northern roll, d3e; J iaeka:es
The market Ik overitoekril and dull.
Sales are hard tomake. Transact Ions arc
limited to 500 dozen, He; 100 dozen, 20c;
..The market U Jiare and the dcmanil
active. Very little eonien lu, not enough
to supply the, Jioine trade. Sales were
600 pound dressed turkey. 12Je; 10tlo.eii
chlckcji?$2 50(5:3 00; IKK) pounde dressed
turkeys 121c ; 10 dozen da;sed clilckcns
Fruit of all kind!. U plenty ami very
dull. The few apple jolri are fur the
.home trade. Sales noted were 50 barrels
mixetl apples $2 500:1 00; 50 barrels
eholee apples $3 00; 30 barrels choice
'.Michigan apples. $!l 50.
. , VKOKTAULKS.
There Is a good deniand for choice
IrlMi potatoe., ami none oll'erlng. Cliolce
peach blqw'4 aro'Vjuoted'at $3 00 per hbl'
to-ilav y . ' - t
The market Is lnu aud unchanged; wo
quote tonlay dry wit clear sldea 10J
Uc; dry salt clear rib sides. 1010Jc;
rirj: salt ithouIde, 7J"J; bacon,
hams, 1213c; incus pork, $10 50
20 00. Sales were 07 casks dry talt dear
fides 10iUJe; 5 cask dry salt ftliouhler.3,
All kinds find ready sale tliirlnir tho,
cohl weather. Dnwd hogs are lu goori
ricmandaiid scarce at 8c Sale wero
:i,00p lb tlived bwf, i to 0c; 1,000 lbs
ringed mutton, 5 to Cc; 1,300 lbs tlresscd
Tow-Boat For Salo
I1IK -Subscrilier otfers' for eale lfin Sti-alit'
X lowing Ntem-Whnl Iloat, Ike llainiiiltt,
tviihtnKlnc, marhlnery, UcklfH, ui.imifl unit
rurnlturo as hr now Ufi at L'ulm, lll.
Ilerlenulli I Ui fn-t.'lirr brruilth ill feet, her
.If nth 5 feet and mctfiurea !i7Q (una. She Ima 3
bolter 31 ft longaudSdlncheaillauieter, thigh
iirtiure engine with rylliulcia ;y. Inchnln
ItameieraiidefM'tatokc) 2 feed uuimi 414 In
chta la diameter aud 17 Incht atrok aud all
modem lraj)rortraeaU,aud li la arery rlei:t
itauaeb, um worthy, aud lu good condition lor
navlgatloa. For tenn apply lo.
S. S. TAtton.
C'ajho, 111,, November 1, 1S71. 93-)l-,.l-lf.
B80hio Levee, Cairo Illinois.
IMniniid lfuerner, I'roprlelnr.
HILL OF FARE.
JIockTurtle, Vegetable, and Verme
celii Soups, IS cents per plate.
Haw, per plate .10 cents
Stewed, per plate k .IS "
Fried, per plate. CO "
Scolloped, per plate. -to
Hrolled, per plate CO
Trout, a la tata, per plate
1 mm. u in maccanase, per plate .to
Ji.o'led Ilsli, In every style 20
IMcklwl Herring, jM!r;plate 20
oait,.,.,,.... 1,-, crntA
uoast. Willi I'otatoo xi
'Heefstcak, with I'otatiMis 20
iiiTisieaif, wan vegetables :to
Hoefsteak, with Onions ;to
I'orter-hou!) teak, with potatoes 33
lenderloln, with Mushroon 00
Tenderloin, with Sardell- 33
Cutlets with cream sauce,
Fork steak plain 23
Fig's Feet 20
Fork steak braided 20
Chops nlaln : 2.1
Chop, with flreen Peas 10
Chops, with Tomatoes 30
Quail on Toast .15
eiil'on steak, cranberry sauce.. 10
Hear steak with eurrant'jelly CO
J'oaehed on toast ,'10
Omelet, with Parsley 25
Mashed Potatoes . 10
I rlctl Potato's 10
Uolled Potatoes 10
Stowed Tomatoes 10
Sottr hrout '. .' 10
IJeans , 10
Itoll. Corn llread, Eye JJa-ad
or Llirht llread..! 10
Milk Toastor Cream To.ist, 15
Plain Toast, 10
worn, lJuckwheat and Flannel
' cakes : . 10
Colfce, Tea and Chocolnte, 10
Jny city dealer can 1111 votironlcrs
for Paradise coal. 1-12-3t.
T-If you want frcrti oyHen withotit nay-
ioe for the cm and .ItaninortatloD. 0 to
Kproat', US Ohio Levee, and get them by
tho pail full, fresh every morning, li-i-i
Having given up my oli aland on tho
levee and taken Keohlcr Si llro'a shop, on
Eighth ktreet, I Hbillbe pteparcd to sup
ply, the citizen ot Cairo with the beat
meaU tho market afford. I'lcaao call and
cemo. Phil. Howaiid.
Go to Sproat'ii, 135 Ohio Levee, an
get your o) ib-ra by the hundred or can
lreh every morning. 12-4-tl
Sjiroaf, ISA Ohio Levee, I Inruhhlug
nyjte'K it, thu ilcht hpe. Kainlllej can
bo supplied In any Unntity frenh every
mornlm;. 11 4 tf
1 Joo Koteker U now in full control ol
tho Washington bakeiy, aod bavlnz loam
ed the wanU of tho public, U prepared to
supply on call ai deuiando for French loaf,
Itoatoti, llrown ami (Ir.ibam bread, ainl
everything elso ordinarily (ound in a llri-t
elussbsktry. Ho maiutalu a fuMttockol
eonfCctlonerlc, anil can, a well ft any
other dealer in the city, till all order, in
that line, CaklM baked, frosted or nrna
incntcd on short notice. Spccia lattenllon
given to the orders of wedding or picnic
partlet.. 0 12-tf.
Newly-ntted, finely furnlshea barber
bop by Gcorso fitclnliousc, orricr Com
merclal avenue and Ktglitli street. Year
ol practice lnvo elvea blm a light band
that iiukcii a smooth abavc delightful. All
who try blm once wilt call again. All tho
late dally paper aro kept on bis tablo lor
tbo benefit ol bis costomern, and there, 1
no ledlou waiting for turns. If
Omen C.UIIO A Vl.VCKNKKS It. It
New YoltK, January", 1675 f
TI10 annual meeting ot tho .stockholders
of tho Culro and Vlncenne llillrnnil com
pany will he at Cairo, Illinois, on
Wcdneiday, January 37, lbT.1,
llOSWSI.1. M11.LEII, Sce'y.
1'uradUe Mines nrc located in I'aradlso
township, Terry county, Mlnoln. Tlii coal
hs no Miperior lor ftrnlei, cooking,
Meant, or Micktuilthlnc, lis freedom from
ulphtir and other lniititlt'ei nukes It not
only a iJcainut, but a healthful coal lor
family ue. l&ai-l(Hit.
All W'utelien, Clock and Jewelry, that
li.ivo been loft with tne for repair, on which
the cnarca are unpa'd, will be IhU day
left at the Jewelry utore of Mr. II, lluiipt,
on AVasbloKton avenue, and will at the end
of thirty daya trom thli dato be old to pay
charge'. IIkuhan W'illkii.
Cllto, III., t'ecember Oth, 1874.
Kilty to Scvcnty-flvu dollars pir mon'U.
Agent wuutod everywhere. Teacher, la
dies, Kont, tto., etc. No capital or out
lay required. .Send 20 cent for pottie on
outllt, li l),C. W.KLCIIMAN,
tl mill Htatlon. Union County, Ohio.
neorgu liittner coruerof Kotirtcculh and
Waahlniftoii ivpiiup, will furnish linrcatter,
every day to h'x patron u No. 1 lunch, be
tween the hours of ton and twelve o'clock.
Kresli Milwaukee, beer and fragrant Havana
'- i.i'i 1 . . ... ...a f-
nau nv 1119 oar ai an limes.
CotUife Iiouko, live rooms, hall, cloieti
wnkh-roejii, wood-ihcd aud 11 good eUtern.
'KOw-aled cjoyciilent ti buMneaa part of tbe
city. App'y to O. 1'. I, 11, Commercial
avenue, nor Sixth etrect. 142-1-8-Ot.
Frcilt Baltimore oyiter recolrod dally
and old by I'hll. Jl. 8aup. RW-ll-29-tf
ICE! IOE!! IOEltl
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
WholnaW ami IteUII liralera In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS', KY.
CAIRO OFFICE t
At Hulen Sc WlUon'a, ComerTwalfth St.
and Ohio Levee.
WK will: nin an Ire vrnmi Ihroiiahotit the
..w-r "if ,,,.llil1CTl,n I'wrelaae Ire III any
Him f "ir.C,,rr,at jow.ft malic t price, ami
will alMirumhh ourfrimili t.Mnhw the city with
alilpmrat to anv dlttnnn.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Oliio Xj 0x7-00.
Jotlce l henbygUrn lliat Ihe tax books for
i- the jrar 1K7I h:ivrl-n plareil In my hanl,
and thai I well I at (lie follow lnjf named prr
at the lime belnWM'l rnrlh, ror Ihe ,iiriieor
nillrclliiS the tuxri ur,d jrar
Clear Crk l'rrclnit. Cully X MjrchlMon'a
slon-, February IS73.
tleur Jrek fitclncl, II. A. IMmunwu'
ntnre, Ftlintaiysi, l!!7.V,
iiiuej i rrrinii, j. llonvlng'9 alorr, l eli
Santa Fe I'twlnel. Wm. lixlnn.l'n alnrr. V..I1.
runry ii, Ikts.
i.oofe miand rreclnct, (1. (ireenle'a ton',
febniurj to, 1m;j.
IJoK'lootli rrerJnrt, N. Iluiisacker' linuiH',
r enniary , IBIS.
Unity i'rrcinct, iltxlKfJ A Atherton utore,
March 1. 1)0.1.
HiiilewwMl rircliiet,(3eorzeW Short' tnip.
March 2, 1K5.
Ilrlnir VOtir lait rear'a Iky rrerh.ln. a. Il la in..
faff to trim to the ta booLa alone for iUrrin
llonnriand t.AlHO, III
lllttrlrt Collei tor.
AM) liKAt.Klt IS
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City National Bunk.
IWII.Ij fell lu mr-load lot at manufacturers'
prlcea, addlna Kivljthl.
HARRISON 6c CO.,
(Stiecestora lo I), lluul X Co )
Ami Dealer In
FLOUR, CHAIN and HAY,
No. 03 Ohio Levee.
FLOTIE AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Kuccraior to John II I'hllllt)
And Dealer in ' v f
HAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BEAN, tte.
Agenti (or LATLIN tt BANS POWDER CO I
Corner Tenth Street and Ohio
'.. I), MathUM, ., v.;r,( Vlil.
MATHUSS fc UHIi,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
04 0hlo Ziovott.
Spend Your Money
that you wll get It all back In real aollcj coni
fort, by lnmtnjc it la one or our
Famoua for Rlf In? out a wonderfully Stronr,
l'leuant and Uniform llfnt at a
Small Cost of Fuel.
&Simplo In construction, easi
ly managed, carefully mado of tho
very bost materials, always has
flrat-rato draft, and guaranteed to
glvo satisfaction everywhoro and
Ezooltlor Manfaotnrini; Company,
012 and 014 N. Main St. St. Ixiula, Mo.
O. N. HUGHES,
Over Matlicii tt UU'i.
TONIi but Flut-Clas Conumniea ieirt-
S AFFORD, MOERIS
73 OHIO IiV,
City KAtlcnal Bank JJatlJlajr, up-ttalri.
The Oldest Est-ibllohod Aceucy In South
rn Illinois, reprontintr ovr
The Best Thing;, in the West."
Aichijon, Ttph &'Sanla. Fee 1 1
''"lis Ji. 22 22 &i
, IN KANSAS.
(lftlieliet KarnilnK atnl Agricultural IjuuN In
AiuerlM, xltiiAlitl lu ami near tin- leuuurul
I nltumronit anil liie.it AtUmihiu nllrvn, Ilia
gaiitenot thu Weil, uu
II Yenro' Credit, with 7 per ceut. Inter
est, and 20 per cent. Discount
r .1 11 1: it r. v v s i a u
To iiii)iacr of 1jii.iI.
lr3".'irrulr,'with map, girhig full Infurmi
lion, tent fiif. .diren
Ailing I.ind Coinmlloner, Topekn, Kan
a. 137 l-7i'3m.
A Pino Dwelllnir, a fipUndld Dastne
Uumo, or 11 Duiirtinic Lot. for f 3 OO.
Worth of Real Estnte,
Will le itlitrloutfil onion Hie I
12 the tic
, 'I ha tlral irill
llnualoii, 'ItviJi, MniTli 13, l.7,1. 'Ih
win nu line onrx iiou.c, nil muil tree , rental
IJ1.IXKI, valila-latkHfui. ami Hie .nuille.I sill
will I c 01 acre, ul Unit or it bulkliug- lot. 1 lie
itlmrllmtliiu rninprliri over ra.oooatrnofgooit
taint, In Inlity-rlKlit ((rntvlux muutiM. I lie
4tSi.l'.'reiju uuil thSuiUiMi euiiiinen.! il lii
Ilic klmt tteuttou of the iitibllc. Jlie Mate ail.
IhnrlUen Idilnisa try
(;irculurallplecrlitIon of lhiiroierty,
the 11I1111 of ilniwIuL-, amluthir Information re
Ranllni? Text, wlllje funil.heloniiillrlloii
i:iertl'iwiniilt'rl4Hlllbiirlea ilu art UmuI
ujrenl. flrkite, 3 ln reriVJifT Ul.count al
lowed on tlubiften tlrkela or more
WeiTrirto allltanka, Jlanktr aud limlnrw
fur tlckrht, up-iclw anil full partlcaUrtftd-
.r, , w'.wlkv AoytAKT.n
li-lUvrlt Miuuxer, IIuumohj Txm.
LIVE AGEMTSE WANTED
To .ell lilt. (.'HASH'S UKCU'KS Or, JN
yollMATIOS roil KVKHYIIUIIY, In Vrtry
county In the UntUil Suit, ami l.anaiUi. Kw
lffrHVt Ih t'ubliiherto c iar.,lt ro
laid oW3,IMOIl.nUfholdne4a, aMuilrl
to all ilu niiU tomllllon of aociely A
wonderful book and boiuruukl nrealty II
Mil at eight; tlratteii loituruiwjiti ttir of
ftr4 lo book, ajraata, eaiotil wpiai Ml by
Mil,JuoDU, $t,x U. XxJualf latTltory
ran, Agtntl uioraauio uoubla lhlr inoayr.
. DH. cilAWa STE.1J raiawu
UOUUK, A.NII iiilOB, XICU. 7-a-lM-ww