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ASOAI.O.V I.01H1K, NO. SI.
Kiilithl" of I'jUiIni, niec1rry Fri
day iifxht at half-imiit wten, in Odd-
FclloW' 1111. (llAI1l.KiSI.Afll,
( haucellor Commander.
Al.KXANDKll I.OWIK, NO. Ml.
liulenendent Order of Odd-Kel-
I? low. meet erery 'lhurday night
mi lm(f-nit kni-ii. In their nail on
Commercial avenue, between sixth ami Herenth
direct V S. Krut, N. .
CAIItO KNrAMrMKNT, I. O. (). V.. meet
In Odd-Kellow' 1111 on (he Ant ami third
Tuesday In every inonlli, t half.mt eren.
.Ions II ltonios, O. I'.
Ji CAIItO I.OIM1K. NO. SCtjtA . V. A A. !M.
Iliildrrtnllar enmmunlnitloiH III Jlo
1J ""le corner Commercial attune
nd Kifthth Mitel, on the ccond and
f.rtirlh .Monila)' ofncli mouth.
Sir. 1'. KIUfcrMhaJut received and
ban on aalo at III ale room a largu toclt
o( Kdk1IU nle, iortcr, HcniieMy brandy
and wine, and IIiltori of nil llnd", wlilrh
tie will ditposo of at reasonable price,
(iool alnilc room on llio tipper floor ut
tho lalnt Cli'ntlc can Lc Iid, with board,
at the vrry low raU) 0 $35 per month
w Lumber Ynrtl.
Cliaili'H Lancaster and Newton lllcc,
hoth well Ifuown to our citizens und
to river men Ee""a")' c"
labllilied a lumber yard In Cairo, comer of
Mxlccnlliitrcetand Commercial avenue.
'J'liey will keep every dccrlptlon of build
ing material and iteamboit ltinibrr, door,
mull, blind", Moulding, ulilngtcn, Intli, etc,
etc., and are determined to tell lower than
lumber but ever been to'd In Cairo. They
aollclt a fair trial from ctcatnboat men und
builder, and guarantee aitltfactlon In all
0YBTER8! OYSTERS! !
fe'proat, ISA Ohio I.cvee, it receiving New
Orleani nyater crrr morning In bull:. lie
la making uli own can and parkin; hi
own o)tcr, thereby m-oldlng the exorbi
tant cliargci for transportation, mid la ena
bled to fimiMi a better article at a lc
price, than any other dealer. I'atrontze a
home liutitntloii, and benefit yourself.
Competition U llir I.IFr of Trmle.
Mr. La'tle Colrmin, J'ino l.aundrcc,
No 14, Kourtl treet, between 'VhlnBtoii
und Commercial avenue, doc all kind of
llncntidroiMe.i.mndry work lor ladle and
gtnt'emon, fluting, fee Gentlemen' blrl
watlied aud poiUhed. Single alilrt and cot
lar, 10c; per dozen We; cock 5c; two col
lar, tic, twj handkerchief, 5c; vckM iOc;
acd all gentlemen' wear, Wc. er
dozen. I.idtr' circle, U" to 60c;
iklrtUI ti 27c; drawar 10 to 15c; two
palrlicae Cc; two collar fi to 10c. For la
dle' plain clothe fcl CO per dozen; lor la
dlci line a'otlii, t 23 per dozen; done
promptly, and promptly delivered. I'a
A II person having bagpipe; at the St.
Xle'iola hotel are hereby notllkil to call
for the Mine within ten days from this
ilalc, or Mich liaffKngt; will old for
i har(;e. IVji. Vkt:i.,
I'roprielor of St. Nicholas Hotel.
Caiiio, .Inn. 1.1, l.-7.". IUl-1-I.'tf,
.Vol I re.
Notles la hereby given to all patt'es who
nic luilebted lo Wall t Kut, that the papers,
booL, cic , are In my liand lorcollection,
mid the rlrm lnv'nj Lecn dluolved, pay
ment mu nt be made to me alono
H.tltMON 11 llt.ACK,
l.VM-:3 Ct. Attorney for 0. T. Wall.
I'oiir '. IN.
Vhccvcr liablliijlly uc any a'oitnllc
prtparillon as an "appftlzer" will be
likely t) sutler ftvm four evil, viz: an over
plu of food In tlio a'omacb, Impaired ability
lo dlj(ct It, the pnnj i f djprpla, and a
doctor' bill. I)k. WalkkhV Vtai'.T nix
VtNUCAlt Hittku.s, the great Teetotal Ite
toratlve of the oge, without oer-lhuu-latino
tbc palato or Irltatlog thu ttomacb,
Impart n healthful appetite, promote ill
Keitlon, regulate the liver aid bowel.', purl
lie the blend, arid thu, Instead of entail ug
lour cvilri, onfer lour Inertliiublebcnclll".
Parailiar Jllnei arc located in I'aradlto
loMiiabip, l'vrry county, I llu 1. Thl col
ho no Mttpailor lor grate, cooking,
ctfatii, ( r bl-tckMuitlilng. Its freedjm from
aulphur and utlier Imputit'c mike it not
on'y a plettant, but a healthful coal lor
lanilly w. Itn 1-10-Ct.
All Watehci, Clock and Jewelry, that
have been loft with me for repair, on hlch
Ibe e targe are unpaid, will be tnla djy
left at tho Jewelry titoro of Mr. II. Houpt,
on 'W'AHliltigton uveuttc, und will at the end
of thlity day Irom till dato ho aold to pay
charge. IIkhmas Willkii.
Cairo, III., December Dili, 1S7I.
J'ilty to. Sovcnty-Uo dollar pr inonih.
Agent wanted everywhere. Tcnc'iois, la
1U, Ktuiti, ctu , etc, No capital or nut
lay required. Send 20 cents fur post ige on
iintar, to P. ''. Wi:i.chmax,
tt Irvln Station. I'n'.ou County, Ohio.
rt.org" I.vtlncr cornerof Fourteenth and
'Wukhtniilon uvenuc, will fiintltli ho. caller,
ivery dy to h' patron a No. 1 lunch, be
tween Ibo hour of ten ami twelve o'clock,
l'loli Milwaukee beer uud frugrunt ll.ivana
cigar to be h.ul at UU bar at all time.
Tlutwiiiy afternoon, on foniim'rclnl
nveiine.hetwt'Cii Sixth nntl 'IVntli Mrooti,
n coral kah-hin'o, The llmliir will plertso
leavn Ihc same at thU ollleo or lit Mr. M.
V. IJllhertV, eorncr iSlxtli iroet uud
Washington nveiiue. 1-15-21.
OommPiK'lii fitilurday niornln, Jan
uary 10. at 10 oVloek, ut my more on
fommerclal nveiiuo, between Seventh
mid Eighth street, my entlru stock of
KocmW, eotiMHtliij,' of coats, pants, vents,
hats nml caps, boot and slioeg, watches,
clocks,' "how-onsen, pistols, sliot-piitis,
earpentcrs' tools, tinware, lamp', bed
uteads, chairs, tobies, mattresses, kitchen
stoves, f ofus and tunny other nrlldee.
MH4. II. F. C'OYNB.
t, il, Myori, Auctioneer, i'M-15-2t
SATttlHUY, JAXUAKY 1(1, 187S.
I.ornl Wrnthrr Itrporl.
Caiiio, I it.., January 13, IK7."..
Timic. II ah. ITiik. Winn Vri
Tarn. .wT'l X. II. " i'
it si).xt is j;. 1
1 p.m. 30.iwo ' . 1
THOMAS JOXKS, Olwiff
Open Krldavs and Salitnlays o.ni.v.
Nearly nil the newpapcr of the coun
try have, at some time, itoasted ot n utciin
man, who repretcuted their dlU'erent
towns and elite, but none, we lalleve,
can crow louder than Cairo on this score.
'J'he following incident occurred Tlitir
daynllernoon,oiipoi'lte thccutfiu hoUK1,
on Vuhlntou nventti' 1 A tall, heavy
set man uud a Utile colored girl wete
travelling in oppoulU; direction, nnd
when they were within n lew yard of
each oilier, the little k'M dlkcovered a
piece of Ktutly lylnjr on the (.Idewalk.
She- triol lo eotKval It Irom thu gaze ol
the man by Mandln nverlt,and hilling It
with her drc, but no roonerilldlhc m-H-lh
Individual we the candy, than he
rii'hcd up, and putting the ilUcotulltteil
little darkey nlde, aiintclictl and gobbled
It up, as If he bad not mvii anything to
eat for a month, and paused on without
Miylng a word. Tins darkey jrlrl was
terribly dl'appolnted, but n!d noUiliig,
aud after casting a tool; of disdain ujhui
the fellow walked slowly up the street.
Kor cale by V. Ilenderon, corner
'J'welflh Mreet and Commercial avenue.
Am fill CliroUj-.
A iie'ro went Into the grocery store of
Adolph Swoboda. on highteeuth street,
yestcnlay morning, and aft'T tnti(liii
around the stove for some tlmi', looking
about to see what there was handy that
lie could make use of, he came to the con
clusion that the only thing worth
mealing; that be could get away with,
without being detected, was a small bag
of beans, and Iwlng very fond ot thU
kind of food, he picked up the bag nnd
walked out. He took the beau
home, and requested his better half to
cook them with bacon, when he wa told
by that lady that there was no bacon in
Ihc hott'e that she had no money to buy
any, aud that hi; had better take
the beans back to thu store and trade
them for potatoe. Accordingly the du
tiful hushaud, with the bag of beans upon
his shoulder, retraced his s.teps to the
store as he was told, and told one of the
elerks that he had bought some
beans there a few hours bo
fore, and upon taking them home
found there wn no bacon In the 110110
with which to cook them, and that he
wanted to trade them to him for potatoes.
The clerk had discovered that the bag of
Uati was mis-lug alter the negro had
left the store in the morning, aud when
he iw him enter with the leatis In the
afternoon, he thought that the negro's
conscience had smitten nnd that he
had brought tli-in back to their rightful
owner, in order that he might lc for
given und thu rid hU mind of the crime,
and was preparing to give the negro hi
blcdng for his good resolution. Jlut
when thu negro wanted to trade him his
own bcau, Christian feeling deserted
him, and he went for that negro, knocked
him down, pummeled him good for
awhile, and then pitched him nut of the
door on his head. The negro picked
himself iti, and aller looking about him
and examining his bones to see whether
any had been broken, went away, and
harlot Jx-cn heard of since.
.lames Greaney will give a grand hutch
at the Mayflower saloon, corner of Nine
teenth street and Commercial avenue, to
night, at 0 o'clock. After the lunch there
will be n rnllle for a wax cross. 1-UMt
A Call fur 11 1.tuilc-i Meeting.
The following extract Is taken front a
letter directed to Hev. Mr. Thayer. The
letter come from n minister of the gos
pel, dated llellvllle, Knna, January 8,
"Sympathy for the destitute suflerers
here gives me no peace until I lay their
wantH hetore you. Many good Christian
families here have no clothes to go out of
door with, and thlldrtn Ziure froztn to
tttath already. A box of old clothe",
shoe, overcoats or provisions will keep
fomo from freezing to death. Send tin
Such an appeal we cannot disregard.
"Children havo frozen to death already,"
rings In our ears. It Is enough.
We, the undersigned, therefore hereby
call a lutetlug of the ladies of Cairo, of
every denomination, to meet at thu Pres
byterian lecture room, at :i o'clock this
(Saturday) afternoon. Ladles respond
lug to this rail, will please bring with
them whatever they can spare for the ob
ject. Mr.?. I). Ii. Wurduer, Mrs. J. M. I.ausden,
Mrs. P. W. llarclay, Mrs. C. A. Gilbert,
Mrs. S. Walters, Mrs. S. P. IJennett, Mrs.
J. L. Waller. -Mrs. M. S. Cox. Mrs. .1. I);
Avers, Miss IC. Yociim, Mrs. S. A.
Thayer, Mrs. W. llrlstol, Mrs. C. It.
Woodnrd, Mrs. G. M.Alden. Sirs. K. C.
Puce, Mrs. K. 8. ifowey, Mrs. A. H.
Irvln, Mrs. K. WGreen, Mrs. W. Itit
(enhouse. V iXw l'nnlr
at Antrini'Mu gents' wear, Is worthy of
notice. Thu entire stock at cost nnd
many things at less Hum cost. Do not
believe what he sayn but go and see for
yourself. He means business. Winter
clothing nt prices tltat will surprise you.
Hemcmber the place John Antrim, No.
73 Ohio levee. 107-MO-Dt.
A young horae 4 year ol-JMaft Mayr
works Mnglo or double; will bo sold on p
months' time note- with good security. .
Apply at Tub Dum.iti.n otUce.
Tho Ohio river 1 full of floating Ice,
from the ('uinleilaiid and Tennessee
'J'he Delia City Cornet Hand Masque
rade will he a very pleasant alfalr. Kvcry
body should attend.
Itcmember Dr. It. S. Hrlgham' lec
ture on "Kvolittlon" nt the High School
next Monday night.
That thermometer of Capt. William,
which was tdoleii while hanging In front
of the commission house of K. ('. Pace,
Is mill minus.
The masquerade to bo given by the
Delta City Cornet hand promises to be a
largo nlUitr. Costumes can be had at
Phil. Saup'w, eorncr of Kightuaud Wash
Ington avenue. 1 -1(5-2 1
There has Ix-cn paid Into the hands
of Treasurer Hlake, since the first day of
January, eight thousand, live hundred
dollars In city scrip, for licenses.
The Episcopalians will toon have
their new library, which we are told will
Imj a very lcautlful unwell as a good and
Instructive collection of books.
Skating Is a nice amusement, hut to
go upon Ice with n dull pair of skates, Is
lalmr. Therefore go to Ludwlg, the har
ness maker, who will put them In the
best of order for a low price.
All tho prisoners who were removed
from the county Jail on account of small
pox breaking out among tho Inmate", tire
conllncd in the calaboose.
Walt Lung and Mrs. Letlle Coleman
are still at war, hut tho Indications arc
that Wall Lung will soon bo compelled
to surrender under the steady lire of the
We learn that nt the Presbyterian so
ciable, held at their church Thursday
night, the sum of two hundred and sixty
live dollars was raNed toward paying
the debt of the church.
Mr. Phil. Saup requests us to return
thanks to Mr. S. J. C. Hess, Perkins
llrothers nnd other citizens of Vienna, for
the kind treatment he received at their
hands w hile In their city a few days ago.
We learn from a reliable source that
two of the small pox patients now in the
jcst house cannot recover, and that their
death Is momentarily looked for. The
other patient 1 recovering slowly.
Every person who buys a ticket to
the Delta City Comet band's masquerade
ball, to be given on the 2.1th Inst., is en
titled to a chance In the lottery for a
licautlful silver combination caster aud
Anyone wishing to procure masquer
ade costumes for the grand ball to be
given by the Delta City Cornet band
January 2.", am be supplied at Phil.
Saup's, corner of Kighth and Washing
ton avenue. 1-1G-2L
A number of young ladles and gen
tlemen of the city will, It is said, while
away a few hours on the Mississippi
river skating this evening. The lee Is In
very good condition, and they will have a
We call attention lo the advertisement
of Howie llrothers, butchers and pork
packers. They are paying the highest
cash price for cattle and hogs, and deal
ing out to their customers the best of cut
meats at the lowest prices, at their meat
market, corner Eleventh street and Wash
The petition of A. It. S.iiVord, W. P.
Hnlllday, It. II. Cunningham nnd other
taxpayers of the city, requesting the
council to reduce the license of railroad
and steamboat runners from one hun
dred to llfty dollars, was rejected by a
vote of live to three, at a meeting ot the
council held Thursday afternoon.
The petition of a number of the
wharf boat proprietors of this city to the
city council, praying that the licenses of
wharfboats be reduced from five hundred
to two hundred nnd llfty dollars, wa
defeated at the meeting of that body held
Thursday afternoon, by a vote of tlx to
one, Alderman Morris being the only
member who voted In favor of the peti
tion. Iluefner, of the Planters' Iiotte, we
are told, proposes to have a'grand ple-nlc
on the Ice as soon a he has completed
his preparations. He will, it l said, have
llres built, refreshments of all kinds
will he at the command of thu skaters,
und everything will Imj conducted as a
summer ple-ule. ThU will be something
new to our cithene, and will no doubt
attract a large crowd.
Mr. Phil. Saup Informed us Hint the
masquerade ball at Vienna, Wednesday
night, was a grand success. Uu says Vi
enna Is a ''bully" place to have fun, nnd
that he would like to live there. "Why,"
he says, "If n fellow Jut looks at a beer
keg, of w hich there Is a large supply in
Vienna, for a town of its size, he
will receive a dozen Invitations to take a
drink before he can say Jack Itoblti'on."
Nicclnl Meet Ins Tlierool Colled by I lie
Caiiio, Ills., Jan. I I, 1875, 1 p.m. j
Present Ills Honor, .Mayor Wood, and
Aldermen Ilalllday, Mathuss, MelSwen,
McGauley, Morris, Nellls, Saup and Wnl-der-S.
Tho chair stated that tho object ot the
meeting was for the purpose of acting on
tho report of the ordinance committee In
the petitions referred to them In relation
to tho reduction of thu licenses of railroad
and steamboat runners, and of wharf
boats. oniiiNAXci: co.MMirrn: ltttrottr.
The ordinance committee reported the
following ordinance!?, which were read a
tlrst time by the clerk, viz :
An Onllnanrt! to iiincml Section li of Unlin
iiiic Xo. T,
111- It (minimi! by the City Council of the City
Stcxiox I. That section!'.!, ofol'clliianreXo. 7,
be nnu'iiitcd liy striking out I lie wonU "ouu
luuulied" and liiM-rliiuf In lieu tliercnf "liny"
hi tliut portion of said nation, providing for Ihc
amount to be paid by Mramliout unit railroad
runners for license. Ami said .ei'tlon tlmll now
vd "licence elmlt be granted to ble.unliout
and mil roiu I runners, on the luyment ot 1111
amount ut the rate of lllly dollai fur one year,"
but the reuvUuilcr of uid ccllon, eoiniiirncllig
Willi the word "provided Unit the hotel propri
etor." etc., (hull lead at Uforo.
AjOrdluunce to amend Section 63 ofOnlhiance
liettdrdaluedbytheCity Council or the Oily
of Cairo: ,
Section 1 Thai section M, of ordinance Xo. 7,
be amended so ns to rrud as follow, i " I.I-
cen may be granlwl tn wliarfboat lo traniact
therrnn a storage, warehouse, mhimilncr ami
forwimllnR ImkIiiom, within the limit
or Hi cliy of Cairo, upon payment of the
owner or proprietor thereof, -Into the city
trouury, the uin of two hundred nnd fifty dot
lara r annum, for each and e cry wharf boat
I) Iriff nt. nr occupying the landing In the city
mid engaged In thebuilneas nforeuld, o ucd
by Idmor them " ......
On motion of Alderman Morris, tho
rule! were suspended for the purpose of
having said ordinances read a second
The clerk thereupon rend a second time
the ordinance entitled "An ordinance to
amend suction 42 of ordinance .No. 7."
Alderman Morrlv moved to ndopt.
Motion lost hy the following vote:
Ayes Morris, Saup and Walder :i.
Nay Ilalllday, McKwcn. McGauley,
Mathuss and Nellls 5.
An ordinance entitled "An ordinance
to amend section 53 of ordinance No. 7,"
was read a second time by the clerk.
Alderman Morris moved to adopt.
Motion lost by the following vote :
Ayes Morris 1.
Nays McKwcn, McGauley, Mathuss,
Nellls, Saup nnd Walder C.
Alderman Ilalllday exemed Irom
On motion of Alderman Ilalllday, the
Wim,. If. Hawkins, City Clerk.
If you want fresh oytters without pay
ing for the can and .transportation, go to
Sproat, Wn Ohio Levee, Jand get them by
the pall full, fresh every morning, li-4-t
Hnlii! (jlvcu up my old stand on tho
levee and taken Keohler & tiro's shop, on
Llgbth street, I Mull bo prepared to sup
ply the citizens o( Cairo with the bent
uieaU the market afford, l'lcaie call and
see inc. run.. Howaud.
Go to Sproat's, 135 Ohio Icvce, ami
get your oyster by the hundred or can
treoh evtry morning. 12-4-tt
Sproat, 135 Ohio Lcvcc, 1 furnUhliig
oy tc-s In tho light shape. Families cau
be mpp led in nuj quantity fresh every
mom n, 12-4 -tf
Joe Holder Is now In full control of
the Washington bakery, and having learn
ed the want of the public, Is prepated to
nurplyoncalla'l demands for French loaf,
lloston, llrown and Graham bread, and
everything elte ordinarily found In a flrst-classbak-ry.
He maintain a full stock of
confectioneries, and can, as well as any
other dealer In the city, fill all orders In
that line. Cake baked, (rotcd or orna
mented on short notice. Spccia (attention
given to the order of wedding or picnic
parties. 0 12-tf.
Newly-flltcJ, finely furnished barber
slop hy Gcorgo SMuhoiise, corrcr Com
mercial avenue and Kighth street. Years
ofpractlco hwc given him a light hand
that nukes a smooth stave delightful. All
who try him once wilt call again. Alt the
Uto daily paper are kept on his tablo for
tho benefit ol his cottomeru, and thero is
no tedious waltlngfor turns. If
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Hippy Ilellef for Young: Men from thu
effect of Krrort and A Line, in early life, .Man
hood restored. liiiwdlinents to Marriage re
moved. New ineUio'l or treatment. Xew and
renurLablu rcmnlle. Hook ami circular sent
free, In (raled emelot. AiMre, IluWAltll
AO'OUA'IIUX, 41!)X. Xlntti (treet, I'litUdcl
phla, I'a , an Imtitutlon having a high reputa
tion fur honorable conduct ami lirofesaional
58 Ohio Leveo, Cairo Illinois.
i:diutiii! Iliierner, Proprietor.
HILL OF FAIli:.
Mock Turtle, Vegetable, and Verme
cclll Soups, 15 cent per plate.
Haw, per plate 30 cents
Stewed, per plate 'An
Fried, per plate. W)
Scolloped, per plate 10
llroiled, per plate SO
Trout, a la tata, per plate 25 cents
Trout, a la maceanase, per plate ISO "
llolled ilsli, In everv stvle 2(1
.Pickled Herring, per plate 20 "
Koast 13 cents
Iloast, with Potatoes 20 "
IteeWeak, with Potatoe- 20 "
JJeefsteak, with Vegetables HO "
ncefsteak, with Onions :10 "
Portcr-houso steak, with potatoes IIS "
Tenderloin, with Mushroons CO "
Tenderloin, with Sardells 33
Cutlets bniided 30 "
Cutlets- plain 25 "
Cutlets with cream sauce 25 "
Pork steak plain 2. "
Spare-ltibs 23 "
Pig's Feet 20 "
Pork steak braided 20 "
Chops plain 25 "
Cliops. with Green Peas 10 "
Chop, With Tomatoi's 30 "
S(tilirels 30 "
Quail on Toast 35 "
enison steak, cranherrv sauce.. -10 '
Hear slenk with eitrr.iut jelly SO "
Poached on toast 30 "
Omelet, with Parsley 23
Mashed Potatoes 10 "
Fried Potatoes 10 "
llolled Pomtoes 10 "
Stowed Toinatoe 10 ,l
Green Peas 15 "
Turnips 10 "
Sour Kroiit 10 "
Itlee 10 "
llontitiy 10 '
Kolls. Corn llivad, ltyo Uread
or Light llread 10 "
Milk Ttiast or Cream Toast. 15
Plain Toast, 10 "
Corn, lluckwheat and Flauiiel
cakes 10 "
Colli e, Tea and Chocolate, 10 "
WAU UEl'T. HlVKIt IlKrOltT, 1
Janttttry lf, 187a.
arATioxs. " '
ft. In. Ft. inch.
Pittsburg......... 4 00 U
Cincinnati 0 00 7
Loulivlllo 0 00 0
KvniikvMlo , .,
Ntt-hvlllo 7 70 0
St. LutUS 2 11 0 0
Corrected Dully by II. M. Htearns, rommlMlon
mcrrliant, Secretary or the Calm Jlonnl of
Flour, iwrordlng to grate. 41 0ao 00
Corn, iniieil, sacked ., tTCu
Com, while, ackel r?Sc
Oat, mixed m.- fiVaiwo
II ran, jer ton- lnSOttflOO
Meal, itcani ilrle,.....M. - .. ,i ;o
llutter, choice Northern roll ijo
llulter, choice Southern llllnol - 203Uo
Kgg, irdozen Ai2or.
Ctileken, r ciore n........... 42 KK?3 ou
Turkey, perdoxen IO0O
llablilt, irdoten. aiou
Quails, perdnten . loo
Applt, choice, )rer baml... $2 fA,(3 M
Apple, common, iier ImrTel l 70
I'oUtoe, ier tnrrel - .$2 &lm
Onion. ier barrel Sl'.t I to
lluckwheat flour tHM
Kye flour - . 73
Wholesale, Retail and
Corner FopUr and Elaventh Streets.
larUiKhoBt Cash Prico paid for
Hogs ana Cattlo.
Tho Bost Thing in tho Wo3t."
Atctison, Tcpeka I Santa Fes I, I,
Im JSl. DST X3 m
0,000,000 .A. OX1. 33 IS
Of the ljet KarmlnKnnd AkTlcnHnral Land In
Ainaiien, situate,! In nnd near the beautiful
Cottonwood and Great Arkansas valley, the
irardtn of lira Welt, on
11 Years' Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter
est, and 20 per cent. Dlacount
r a r r. n r. r 11 x n t: i
To purclia-rn oftind.
63Clrcular, with map, Klvlnff full Informa
tion, lent free. .dilreaj
AcIIdk Ijmd Commluloncr, Toiieka, Kan
AXD tJIALin IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
II AIR, &c.,
Under City National Bonk.
Iinr.r, fell In er-loai lot, nt manufacturer'
price, aildlnc i'rylsht.
HARRISON 6c CO.,
(Successor to I). Hurd A Co.)
And Dcaleia hi
FIOUR, OBA.IK and HAY,
No. 03 Ohio Leveo.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
ISiicrriior tn Jolni It l'lillll)
Ami Dealer In
IIAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agenti for LAFLIN & KAND POWDER COi
Corner Tonth Stroot and Ohio
. 1) MalbiiM. K C I'M.
MATHUSS fc UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, IIAY AND
a-Ot Oliio Lovoo.
K. .1. Ayre. S. I). Ayrw.
AYRES to CO.,
Irtti4t CtUuti atiUit ilivi,, Twa'ltwinl
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! I
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholesale ami Kftall Dealer In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE 1
At Hulen &Wtlon'e, CornorTwslfth St.
and Ohio Lovoe.
WK will; run an Ice wagon throughout the
tm'oii, dellterlnjt imre lake Ice In any
trtortheclty at the owet market price, and
wl l aUofurnrah our frienrit outUle the city with
cebr the cake or cr load, packed In awdut
or hlpment to any d tnce.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Hotel and Restaurant
Two door north of the Cuiro anil Ylnnnnrt
, lullroail ue)iot.
WM, WETZEL, Proprietor.
TIIUSTY watch kept night and day for
unuia aim aifMinuoai .
The let of aecommoiLilloiia for trunalent
giieiia at 1 wo Dollar er day.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial Av.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
33 XI TT SIX SO.
Wrvll Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sio.
Alway on hand, the celebrated lllniulnatlni!
Brona' 33-ULlXclixi c
Corner Elovanth Street and W aniline
TtUI.K'CO A.l t'lUAltS.
, - 'tl'ls,t,WVt''V'if't(lM''M .
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
J. O. XXU JJXjSI,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Dulldlnir, Corner Twelfth Stroot
and Wnahlngton Avenue,
t3"Connty and Itallroad Work a specially
CtHtrally Utitti, Eltgutly FurakM,
Tb OwaiNkl lotel of tk 0tyf
E if ' n
STRATTON & BIRD,
TTTl 1 1 rt
57 Ohio Lo-tree.
It. A. Thorn. I., I), Thomf
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Sncceiaor to If M HuUn,)
And dealer In
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign and DomeaUo Froitai and Nut
184 COMMERCIAL AVEKUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON, '
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Ql'KOIAI, attention Kl'en toronilffunitot and
vj nniDK omer.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Itetall Dtaler in
iForeign and Domestio
WINKS OF ALI KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levoo,
MESMf. SMTIt A CO hate, antly
a Untc stock of the liet (cil the i"r
ket, anil KleeiM-clal attention to 1 1-1 "holefale
raneh of the Innlncni
Hi)tPi.Y ur.ro r.
Steamboat, Hotol and Family
jkNU UIALtll IS
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Pish, Eggs, Nortuorn Butter, &o.
Between Washington and Commercial
J3-(,ooil delivered fre ofcliarse.
I'll YNK'I ANN.
LUAM It. SMITH, 21. D.
Iti:SII)i:S( i:: .Vi St rhlrleentli street, I
tieevn Wililntoiiattmieand Walnntatiivt
OKnCKt.Voltli Mu of KlirMh ttreet he
tween Commercial ami U'tt'hlnctnnuleniie
W. DUNNINQ, M. D.
ItKSIDKXl Hi Corner Ninth and Walnut
OFKICK: Corner Sixth ftrret and Ohio lvce.
OKKIL'i: IIOL'I: FroinOa ill to Mm , and
.torn - to t) p. 111.
j-n. W. BLAUW,
OFKICK: lludei' llloek, (iip-ttatra) , coiner
Klshtli atieetand Wa'hlnston aenlie
riAMUEL P. WUEELER,
OKKICK: Ohio Utre, iner room formerly
occupied liy Flrit Natiunal Hank,
Ij-uucev at son,
Attorney at I.aiv.
OKFICKt KlKhth Street, lwtween Commer
cial and WiuklnKton aleiuiw,
lohil It. Jlulley
William V ilnlkey
j t.MUO, IM.ISOM.
QREEN & QILBEUT,
AttoruuYN nml CouuMClorv
OKKICK i Ohio Iee, room " and d oter
City Natloual Hank,
William II fireen. ......,
Wllllnmli llilleit. ' CAIItO. II.LIX015.
Miles Klfd'L llllliert J
tCKXpeclat attention kIicu lo Admiralty and
a,,,'.,', MM,ett.S,M ''
To Koitor or Tiut Bcutrixi
KaTUOicn KwxSDi You vrlll plm Inform
your reader that 1 rum a polllTo
Cure for Oonsnmptlon
and all dUorder of th threat and !- "'
that, by It lite la my nraellr, I h f"1!
humlrtd of cue, and will irlie
ONE THOUSAND D0IXAB8
W'thl. pinto r, rju m
know who I iuhrlo rrvoi turn llumtt aa
wtkf-iiyy T r Bl7RI
0 Willow $l..XwToik. 1