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AKOAI.ON l.OIHIK, NO, (11.
Knlxhl of I'rtldai, meet rr f '
iliivulxlit nt hair-lanl ien, in Odd
Kvllvvm HU 'HAULM SLACK,
Al.KXA.NDKK 1.0DOK, NO, nt.
TTifrary- liilepenUenl Order of Odd-lrl-I
nnM ery Thursday nlnut
'tVZfc11 Mtb"fr"imt Miru, in tlj.-ir hull on
Commercial ntrnuc, belwwn Math i mid
,(m. K S. HKST, U.
"1AIIIO KNl.'A M t'.MF.N'T, I. 0. O. meet,
Olu O'l i-JVIIow' Hull onlhr 11ml and third
Tucdy lu em) month. t liair-piiet m kii.
John II Homhux, 0. I
ft CAIRO IDliK. NO 5J7.A.r. A A IM.
iSa Hold regular communication In .M
XJTwiiilr Hull, corner CoinintrcUl utwut
and Klghth itlrnt, ou the wuwl and
fourth Mond)' of mrh monlli .
Mr. 1. Klt3TiiM baJut received nhd
baon..ileat blialeroom a larK" idock
of KnglMt nl, iwrtT, II'Miiif-y brandy
und ivluc", and liquor of all Vlnd, which
Lo will ilil0PH or at reaMinible trice.
Oool Miule ronm oil the upper floor at
Hie Saint Clmtlc can l.o had, with board,
it the very lour rate of MO per month
w Lumber Yuril.
limit- I.aticuMcr ami Newton Mce,
both well known to our cltUen. unit
to rlvrr men generally, lmvo c
tablllitd a lunilicr yard In Cairo, corner of
.lxt:cnth Hreet nud Commercial avenue.
They will keep every derltlon of build
hi); material mid Mcamboat lumber, door,
raid, blind, moulding, ahlngtt, lath, etc,
tie, and are determined t" ell lower than
lumber bai ev er been end In C alro. Tin y
ollclt a fair trial from "dcamboat nun and
builder, and guarantee ailltfactlon lu all
t hp,. ff7-IO-2Mf.
OyTtEKS ! OYBTEKB J
Kptont, Ml Ohio Levee, l receiving New
Orleatnojater every morning In bulk. He
la making lit own can and picking hi
own oyter, thereby avoiding the exorbi
tant charge for trai.tportntlou, and I ma
bird to furiiMi a better aril Ir at a le
price than any other dealer. Patronize a
home Imdltution, and bcnetlt yoiirc'f.
Competition I Hip I.I To of Tnule.
lira. 1etle Coltin.ti. Xiue l.aundre,
No 12, 1'otirti lrct, between Washington
and Coiiiiilcrtlal avi nue-, doc al k nd i f
dnuandcujiireUiindry work In lid and
uml mica, fluting. At. Gt nil'-in'h'ii -b'r'i
' walicdati" pollhii. tlnifl Llrtand col
lar, 10c; p r dozen 8 !c; lock- .Vj two col
l.irt, Tc;tw huilkrrcblel, vet, 20c;
u id a l gentlemen' wear. Me per
dozen. I.idle drfi'ff, 2-", it M ;
klrtl ti !!); draw.r 10 to l.lc; two
pair bo fc; to collar 5 to Kc. Kor U
dirt' plain tlotbri il (X) pi r dozen; lor U
lici 2r.o r!oth, il 2T per dozen; done
ptomptly, and promptly delivered. I'tt
All iktioih having l):iKKaX1' Bl S(
Nlc'iolai hotel are lirreby imtlilwl to call
for the muiic within ti-ti day from thU
tlrft-, nr xucli bnpj.'x will 1 old for
charM. Vm. Wr.iir.i-,
l'roprlctor of St. Nlchohis Hotel.
('Aiitn, Jcti. IS, liW. ICl-l-ir.tl',
Whorvtr babltu lly Ufe any uVabolio
jinpjrutlon" a an nppuler'' will be
likely t unler fr m four cvll, U: nn over-pin-
of food Inthu omncn, Impaired ability
to illRct l, the panjf- M dynpep-U. and a
doetutMdll. Di:. W.U.KRIl'.s VtOKl lit.K
Vixkoau ll.TTEits, thp Krcat Teetotal He
ilor.itlvu of Ilia age, Wdbout ovcr-tlom-Utliii.
Ibi! palate or Irltatiog the utomacb,
Impalt a hi-al bful uppetlte, prortote dl-t;e-linn,
o nl.it'ii the II rer a? d bowel , purl-lie-
tlio blood, and tbll', llitad of entail ug
fourrll, confer lour lnthtlnublub(iielil.
Ocorge Ialtntr corner of Ko.irtctuth nud
WaiUlngton aenue, will ftirnhh he eatter,
very day to bin patron a No. 1 lunch, be
tween the hours of teu and twelve o'clock.
1'redi Milwaukee beer and fragrjut Havana
i lgnr to bo hud at hN bar at all tlmc.
rilljr (u S.venty-Uve dillaM psr month.
Aei'N wuiti'J cvcrywlcro. 'rciic'ieif, la
dlc, g'ntf, tte., etc. No capital or out
lay required. Srwd tiO cent for pctige on
.i itflf. to 1). C. Wkixiiman.
tl lr In. Station. Union County, Ohio.
nt Antrim' In gents' wear. U worthy of
iiotbv. Tho rutin! fctock at rost ;uul
iiwuv thlnir.4 ut K-t.? tlimi co'.t. Do not
riellcve wliat h .ayt hut go and see for
yourx'lf. Up mcaiH bumos. vMntir
i-IothItir at (irhe thut III (.urpriso you.
Kemnubcr tlu placa John Antrim, No.
;:i Ohio levee. 107-l-lC-3t.
Ojien Fridays and .Saturdays only.
1 64-1-1 C-tf.
Tin re will be a dance at the residence
ot J. F. McKlmni, ou Twentieth street,
uext toGallgliers' mill, on next Thurs
day night, January 21. A good string
band will nirnl-h thu luusle. Mr.
McKhnm's friend lire jHtrtiiiilarly In
vited to attend. One dollar a cotijuV, aup
jier Included. 1-17-tt
Noiiiellilnir I'roUluble lo Ilverj lxiily.
The spring seaion l approaching, ami
Goldstein ic ito enwatar beg to annouueo
to ttio pf oplo that they are- nuking great
ffortH tr the sjulug trade. In order to
wale roim lor thu new goods, lliey will of
fer in the nest sixty diy their entire Mock
ot fall aud winter gooJs, which Is comjileto
In all departmtut, nod on:ta of oieij
thins usually fouud in a tirst class dry
goods ti.rs, at tha first cost pi Ice. All
fiu'cha-era should avail thrmstlves of this
oppor'unliy, as lu1") '' a imihuouo
llttln prcfll by doing o. Everybody Is in.
vlted to call and cxumilio good and prlcos.
P. 3. The1 o t'.orV of nwu', youths' ai d
bo- s ready wade clothing Is e mp'eic la all
ipulltles aud sizes, and will llkewlie be
ottcrtd at the flr.it cost. IttM-ll tf
fiomewhero betsvefii AJound Cily and
Cairo, Sunday, a horse Idapket, Tlio
Under will bo rewarded hy fajurninj; If
fo tne, at the Stone depot.
17f)-M9-2t, JAHM Joipi30N.
WKDKKSDAV, .lANI'AltV 20, 1875.
I.ncnl Wr-Hllirr Iteport.
Cairo, III., January in, Ib'A.
Twie. ITiik. Wish.
7a in! iwTnl Iw N i:
ii .lo.w i .v. i:
ipiii. Ifl.r'ii N
VrL, I WrATiun
I MOM li JONKI, Olwrtn-
Th UvM for niti-a, di'.ii or black
Hurxlar broke Into the oIlUi- of (,'upt.
Wclrlok, of tin- MUilIppl Valley Tran
jmrtntlon Comjiany, last ulht, and mic
cei.'fleil In setting away with two hun
dn.'d dollar of the company' money.
There ha been no elm; rained a Ui thi;
burgluM when-about, but Sheriff Irvln
N nlU-r them, Htul If they are ou top of
earth, they will bebrnnzht to Hxlitlx-fotv
.Sunday inoruliiK the ferry boat " I'hree
States" leil thU port ut elx o'clock with a
Mru of IrelKht from the Cairo, Arkan
sas and 'I'uxh railroad, for Colunibin,
Kentucky, to be hlped from that port
Miiilh, via lh; P. iltlmoro and Ohio rail
road, and arrived at that place at half pait
ten, unloaded her car;o nud relumed to
this elty, when; aim arrived nt two o'clock
lu the atliTiioou. Till U Jiald to !), by
river men, very julcJi time, considering
the condition of the river.
HKiicrulr lull Tlrkta.
Ticket to the Krand uia()iii'rade ball,
to be given "J thel'eltaCity Coniet Hand,
can Iw procured at K. A YV. Under Jlro'.,
J. HurKer'n, I'hll Saup', M. ,I.Jle(5au-
leyV and I'aul (5. Schuli'i drug ntore.
Oct your inak and wtuinei ready In
We learn from Mr. Ncl-on Irvln that
the large Raw and planing mill of Steph
eiia & I'olloek, situated on Cache river, a
few mile from t'nlty,was totally destroy
ed by lire yeterdjy morning. The lire
man went to the mill at live o'clock,
started the tire and rabed train, lb:
tweeii six and seven tho roof wur discov
ered to I; on tire near Ihe Fiuokc htack,
nud in lcm than an hour the property
was lu ruin. The total lo will not be
much lea than forty thousand dollars.
Tin property wa only partially Inuired.
We learu from .Mr. J. II. Wild, that
on lat Friday night, hi new Hore, at
New Orlcan-, was broken Into by a gang
of burglars but In-fore they had time to
make away with any cigar, prize-package,
ete., which they had plied up in
the Show window, xo that they could
take them from the outside, thev were
discovered by one of hU carrier boys.
Tin- bov noticed a light In the rrarend of
the store while passing by, and thinking
It strange. Informed an officer, who mic
recding lu arrexting one of the party,
whoc nick name it B.inta Anna, nud
who wa formerly one of lid's em
ployes. There wen; men at work with
Santa Anna, hut they mad" good their
Hum I.nuir. Oil I.orit T
Again the life ot a HcM.hrix reporter
I In danirer. The llreineu arc on their
ear. The Hough and toady hoy are mad
IwcaU'.e we -.aid they were the lat i-oni-
iany ou the ground, during I 1m; tire,
Sunday morning, and thu Hibernian an'
mad because we didn't say anything a
all about them. We were told by one of
the Houghs that "wc did uotarriveal the
fire until the. other engines had got there,
because wo had the farthest to run ; but
when we did get then-, and got our en
glue to pumping, we, made lmr look slek.
vou bet." Hut yesterday morning we.
wens jiolitely iutoriued, by a
man who know, that we were mlMaken
tint the roughs were not !at to
arrive, and therefore we retract. The
next caller was one of the Hibernians,
who said lie had a little document that lie
would like to have Inserted In Tiik Hcl
i.f.tin, regarding thu tire Sunday morn
ing, that would give to citizens of Cairo
a correct account of the work
dono by llreineu, that In the
report given by a lynx-eyed rejiorter, of
the fire, not a word had been said about
the Hibernians-. ThU We admit, and nil;
furgiveues. There Is no company lu the
city for which we have a more tender af
fection than the Hibernian. Several gen
tlemen in the company an; particular
favorite willi every cnijdoye of thi of-
llc They arc loved, because
they are loving and kind, and do
much to give the cmjdoyes their bread
and butter, and we would not for the
world offend them by omitting to give
them credit for any netol'gallantry which
they may jierform. lint we will tay for
the beiu llt of the jieople in general, that
the next person, be ho whom he may,
cither black or white, young or old, male
or female, who attempts (o correct our
errors, will be killed on thu ,sjot. ThU
kind of thing has gone far enough, and
we advise all knowing ones to keep inuni
when a ipjwrtwof thU paper Is around
or they tlio knowing ones will surely
die, and not In their lit tig hrd cither.
.Holiday, Jaunary I. 1475,
The suit of Paul Cruse v. Jonathan
fiteele, appealed fromlJustlecBross, wan,
by agreement, tried before Judge Samuel
Wliecjer, who found the Issues for the
jilalntltl", mid ayseswd the damages at
$12 10 aud costs, Upon which finding
and assessment final Judgment Wc vu
tered lu the circuit court.
In the suit of C. & V. It. R. Co., use of
Uellv. Hodge t Parker, the demurrer
to the defendants' jdeawnsnrgued at con
siderable Jcngtlj. Much Interest wan
jnaiihtyted. in the debate by u mimwr of
our citizens who, with these defendant,
gave obligations In aid of the C. & V. It.
It. Judge Ilaker has not nnnounced his
A change of venue was granted, lu
the suit of the City vs. Ohio Levee, to
The remainder of the day was occu
pied by the court lu arranging a trial
docket for the week.
Ttiendny, Jnti. ID, IH71.
P. II. I'ope, Hsq., having removed to
Chicago, resigned his jios.lt Ion ai State'
Attorney for Alexander county, and the
court aij)ointed H. Watson Webb. Ksq.,
to act In the place and stead of .Mr. I'opc
until the olftcc, made vacant by resigna
tion, shall lc filled by an election lo be
ordered by the County Clerk.
The nine suit of the city ol Cairo vh.
Ohio Levee lots, was called up early this
afternoon, Messrs. Webb and Wheelernji-jK-arlng
for the city, and Messr. Llnegar,
Lansden and Ollliort for the defendants.
Thev suits will be hotly contested. They
were instituted by the city to recover on
the' assessment, made upon the real es
tate Abutting Levee street, tojiay for that
Ihoroughlaro. Hut little progress had
Ix-en made when court adjournal
r'reu Irotn suljihur and other Impurities.
The I.nt Fire.
Mu. KniTOti : From your item In yes
terday's Issue relative to la t Sun
day's fire, It would ajKar that your
lynx-eyed rejiorler was altogether oblivi
ous of the jirwencc of the Jllbi rnlaiis
there. Much credit Is given to the Hough
and Iteadies and Deltas for their
share of the work, which Is right, but
though the Illliernlans hud their
.stream on the tire tnon; than .ice mUutti
lu advance of any other company, and
jilayrd contlnuouly on the tire until di
mljscd by the chief engineer, no men
tion 1 made of them. The immense
crowd that witnessed the lire, saw and
Judged for tluniMdve, but for the benefit
of ft still larger number who were
not preent, this corn-dlon Is made. We
don't "hanker"' after newspaper praise,
Mr. Kdltor, but this palpable slight we
cannot pa unnoticed. Header unto
Cesar, etc. No. 4.
The best In the Stab! for cooking,
grates, stoves or steam.
A Colored Pollllrlan.
The oilier day, while Judge llircl was
silting by the stove In his cilice, Henry
Clay Hogau, a colon-d gentleman of
more than ordinary jwlltlcal ability, step
jk.iI in, and taking a chair opposite the
Judge commenced talking about the pro
bability of Grant's running for a third
term, and what he had done, for the col
ored people. Henry usetl tobenn ado
eate of the President, hut of late he has
Ix-come (Uspleasi.i with him. When the
Judge nski-d Henry what reason he had
for going back on Grant, the following
convention took place:
Henry Now, look a here. Mr. Illrd,
wasn't Grant a DInioerat in de beglnlu' i
Judge Ye, but he turned, and Is now
Henry I voted fordat man, once, but
I nelxr will vote for no Ulmocrat again.
Oat man, Grant'cn a Dlmocrat In de be-
gluln', and lie's a Dlmocrat now.
Judge Vou are mistaken, Henry.
Grant lu-edto be a Democrat, but now he
ts a Republican, mid has done a great
deal for your and my race, and you owe
him your supjiort.
Henry Dat man, Gmnt. help my race?
Vou is mistaken. Mr. lllrd;dat man wan a
Ditnocrat lu lie beglnlu' and U now. I
nober vote for him agin, as long as I lib.
Hejiorter Henry, sujijioae Grant run?
lor a third term, won't you vote for him ?
Henry No ti', I nebcr vote for dat
ltej)orter Then you would vote for a
Democratic, candidate, would you :
Henry No si', I neber vote fur no Dim
crat longs I lib.
ltejiortcr Then you would not vote at
all, and surely you don't want to loe your
vote In such nn important election, do
Henry No si', I would vote, but 1
wouldn't vote for either a Dlmocrat or
Hejiorter Then who would you vote
Henry Who I vote for? I vote for
Huclou-Lincoln, of coure.
Judge Who Is Hucious Lincoln, lien
ryr Henry Why, deolc man lil.elf, of
Judge Do you mean Abraham Lin
coln, the man who used to bo prcldent
of the United States r
Henry Of course I do, who else would
Judge Hut he U dead! The
people arc not going to run a dead man
Henry Well, now, look here, Judge,
I know what I'se talkiu bout; Hucious
Lincoln Is de man Ie gwlno to vote fo,
and no body's gwlne to stop me. When
I knows l'.e right, I'fe gwlne right on
dat way, and I don't ear If Pe gw lne to be
de only man in do world what s gwlne to
vote for Hucious Lincoln. I know s he's
a good fellah an will do what's right an
squar for de colord folks. Dat lore, you
-ee.I'M! gwlne to vote for Rucloui Lin
coln. The conversation ended at this Junct
ure, the Judge giving Henry up ns a
The Ohio river is still full of (touting
The Hibernians got the first water
at the llro ou Tuesday, mid worked like
beavcr.s until It was extengulshed.
The burglars who Infest this city
have not ceased operations yet. Thev
seen) to have n liking for our people, and
show tier aflectlon hy Inking whatever
they get tjielr hands on,
The Paducnh Aom says; t'The
whisky In Cairo Is all frozen, uud dealers
sell It to their customers by the pound.
The fellers buy their chunks and nibble
at It as they walk along the streejs,"
Mr. Adolph Swoboda his lately en
larged his grocery store, corjierof Pojijar
I ami Eighth streets,
rue floro Is now
seventy feet long by thirty feet wide, and
very conveniently arranged.
-Iluv PAHADISE COAL.
A number of tlio young jicoplo of
this city were entertained at the residence
orMr. Henry Winter last evening, the
occasion lielng the celebration of the
birthday ofhls eldest son, William.
That portion of tlio Cairo and Vln
ceniies railroad insck above Twentieth
street which was covered by sljw water
last spring, Is now being filled lu with
atone biought from along the line of the
When the Jury lu the hog stealing
case of the Hev. Jacob llradley, returned
a verdict of "not guilty," last Saturday,
Judge Haker said : "If there an; no ioe
Indictment. against this man, he is dis
charged." To-night the Liberal Itollglonlst will
have another sociable at their hall on the
corner ot Twelfth street and Washington
avenue. To thoe who wMi to sjionil a
very pleasant evening, we would say go
to thu eoclable. They are very jilrasant
entertainments, and all who jiartlcljiatc
will be made perfectly at home.
The Hough and lteady lire company
are noted for their energy and determin
ation. They never fall lu any of their
undertakings, and have resolved to make
their masquerade ball and iarade on the
l)th Inst., a sucoclu every senc of the
word. They will sjure neither time nor
money to nccoinjdMi this end.
Onler PAltADHK COAL from any
The Thallans arc Jubilant over tin
jiro-jieets of having an unusually large
crowd at their calico party, which Is to
take jiluce at the St. Charles Hotel, next
Friday night. We met one of the lead
ing member of the club iin Ihe street
the other day, and he remarked. "Every
body is going. Why, even the Insurgents
are going to Join u, and have a good
Mr. J. O. Llnkletter, who for the
jiast two ycar has been associated with
the drug firm of Barclay brother, of this
city, left last Monday night for Chicago,
where he will Inter into business for him
self. Mr. Llnkletter, during hi sojourn
in Cairo, made many friend who regret
to have him go troiu among them, but
who at the same time wish htm success
in whatever he may undertake.
The jeron who started the rejiort
that small pox had broken out In the
jiubllc school, had no reason whatever
for Ihe statemcut, and therefore
must lie a wilful story teller. We should
like to express the opinion of this paper
in stronger language, but not knowing
whether it wa a man or woman, or at
how m.iny pounds avoirdupois, if It Is a
man, he will balaii'-e the Qjde, we will
content ourself with calling h!m,or her, a
Mr.MeGanlcy, ofihe I Vita Fire Com
pany, was out all day yesterday, canvass
ing the elty soliciting subscription with
which to pay n note of four hundred dol
lars that Is now due agahut the comjiany .
He has, we are jdeaed to learn, .h-cii
aided by many of our clti.eus, and I
hopeful that he will iw able to add con
slderable to the fund lu the treasury when
he ha finiihcd bis ta-k. He says that
the eomjiany will give to each man who
aids them, a free jiass to the centennial
celebration at Philadelphia lu 1&70.
It is said by those who are acquainted
with the hlitory of thl city, that the
present cold weather has afforded the best
opjiortunlty for ice jiaekers to lay in ice.
that has ever been known lu this jiart of
the State. The Ice that .Is now being
stowed away l from live to seven Inches
thick, and Is as clear as the best lee taken
from the lakes and transjiorted to Cairo.
There h no reason why our eltl.cus
should not Ik furnished with this verv
needful article during the heated term at
very low rates.
The Gauttt say : "Tnxjiaylug time
Is again upon us, and how many of it
are to meet the exaction Is the most puz
zling jiroblein with which we have to
deal. The properly owner of Cairo
must juiy StlO.OOO. Of this sum $40,000
I to maintain tint cily government, fill,
000 1 to maintain our public schools ; S7,
000 Is to jiay Interest on railroad bonds
and the balance goes into the State and
county treasuries. 'Jim county, outside
of Cairo, pays $17,000 less than one
sixth of the entire levy; but still as
heavy a burden as can, during these
pinching times, be met Willi any degree
A young hore i years old last May
work tingle or double; will be sold oa
months time note with grod sultrily.
Apl'y atTllR lil'LLKTIN otriec.
-Use PARADISE COAL.
If you waut fresh oytter withou' pay
ing for tho em anil transportation, to
Sprout', lf3 Ohio tevec, ami net them by
tho pail full, fresh overy moruliii;. li-l-t
Try PAR A DISK COAL, the cheap,
est nml best.
Iblui given up my ol 1 stum! on the
lovee aud UUtn Keohlcr fc Uro's slicp, on
Klghth street, I shillbo prepared to sup
ply the citizens ol Cairo nlth thu best
moat the market afford. I'lcaso call and
see me. l'ltii.. How.uui.
Go to Spront'r, 136 Ohio Levee, and
get your oysters by the hundred or can
Iresh every morning. 1-1-tt
-Try PARA DISK COAii forcouklnj;.
Sproat, 135 Ohio Levee, 1 Inrul-blns
oytets Itiilio light slupe. Kamlllc cun
bo supp led lu any iu:intlty fresh every
morn'.u),-. I If
Joe Kotekerlsuow lu full control of
Ihe Waahliigton haleiy, and bavin? laarn
ed the want of tho public, Is prepared to
U p'y on call n 1 dcnutiiH for French lonf,
Dottou, Drown und flruham brrad, anJ
everything ehe ordinarily tuund In a Urst.
clalk ly. He innlntulus i fu I stuck ol
tnufuctionerles, aud can, as well rs any
ether cjealorjo tli city, flllall otder In
that lie, Cakes laked, irostrd it orna
racated on short noiloo. S hi la iMlteii'dou
glyen to the orders of wedding or picnic
parties. I) I2.tr.
-All that have Irieil PARADISE
COAL will use no other.
JJewly-fltteJ, finely furniihtd baiber
stop by(3eofj;o fjttinhiuie, eiirer Couw
llicrctsl avenue aud IHglitli et. Yfnn;
of practice have glreu him a tight hand
that in ike u smooth Shave dollghtful. All
who try nhn onee will call again. All tho
lato dolly paper aro kept on his tabic- for
the benefit ol his customers, and there Is
no tedious waltlngfjr turns. tf
Those using base-burner stoves have
found Jut what they want In PA It A
OBSTACLES TO JIAttRlAGE
Happy Relief for Vomit; Men fmm the
effect of Krrors anil Aliases In early life. .Man
hood relorcd, lnietlliiiriit lu AtarrlaKe re-nune-l
Nriv ine'hiKl or treatment. New and
remarkable rriueilim. lk)okSHiel circulars ernt
rir, In sealed envelope. Adilres, IKIWAItl)
i. i !"., m.-s Mum eirirl, rnilailcl
jihU, l'a , on InMltntloii liavlur n hftfli reputa
tion for limiorabtv cotnluc' and pmrmtlnnnl
Wau Dr.iT. Itivan lUiftttT, I
January 10. S87h. I
' Aboe '
j rt. In. Ft. (Inch.
I'ltt.tiurg 0 0 0 1 "TT
Cincinnati tl ft i x , II
l.oiilsilllo A 0 1 ii 1 0
Na-hvlllc 8 4 . i5 i 7
St. Louis 7 1 U 1 u
THEUi: l more run in ihe
Cbrmn ri.ft'K than any
imlotnl or primed stnry that hti
Urn fhen In the public fur years.
Neser Ixfomhju Veen are onled to
my plcluirorset of nletum
poinlarily these I'hromoi
attained Sue, six by twenty
two inrlie. lTIca, ten dsllu
lie orders to
I r UTDER,
S500.00 Chill nhteb n
a rate cf
Acua ltcrnedr will not rarctuillr radx-at from
Die iritun. Only SOeentt for full illierlion tor
omiKiunillnK lb mnllrlne. kstUfartlon 0r
antmi or montr rafuwltd. Aditre II, If,
Kl'bsi:i.l., Mloeral surinss, Ohio.
THE MASO.N X, liAMLIN
WIN.VEUS of three hlidieM m.,ll nml ill
iiloias of honor, at Vleuna, 1ST3, anil
Paris, l,-,r;, now udtrtliu lnttt H -ortimnl ol
the 1.st cabinet orenni in the uorM, iuclii'llnt
iiht llt with rvemt hupmvrmvnta not only
cxclii.-hcly forrasb, as lurmtrly, Imt ulm on
ucw plans of cs.y piiymtut, lite mod larnrable
eirr oITituI Orjcjns rrnlcil nllli privilege ol
rurcline, lo almost any rort cf the country
Kirsl Vatimnl l P0 or iiiTnU
lllii'tmtMl catiitofturi and circulars, nilh full
pirticulurs, lent free on rcn,iiet Address
MASON & HAMLIN ORQAN CO.,
Itoston, New York or Chicago
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale nllJ U.Ull Unlci. lu
iForoign aud Domestio
WINES OF ALT, lil.MIS.
No. 60 Ohio Lovoe,
ATi:SMt'. SMVTII A () lu( , . nlly
U a larife Uck of U b-t g.wl i the mar
ket, aait t(Ur eniwclal attenlWin So I miiuIi-niU
rnnrh of the butlnew.
Steamboat, Hotel and Family
xmi cr.tt.itii in
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggs, Northom Butter, &c.
Between Washington and Commercial
ISnlaoda deliver"! fte of chante.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
"VTotlee I hereby Klven Hint lliii til book for
JLN the jear 171 lmbtii placeil In my hiiiJi,
and tint I well bent Ihe followliiK umued pUeei
at the lltne below t lotlli, for the ur'0eol
rnlleL-tiii" the ti)i' oriialil tear
Llrari.rwK i-rectnct. Ltiuy
ktnre. IVlimnlv'.'. ITS,
( ler L'riea I'reelnel, It.
tine, Vuhntaryva, l7S.
I lithe I'lerini't, J. li Itoli
ItiK' "lore, VI i-
"Vimla i I'leelurt, Wm. Irliid' itorc, l'b
luarr jj, ISTJ,
liu'iwr UUnd 1'ireliitl, O, Oieitl' toie,
February :c, l73
Iloifliiolli I'lrrlurl. J, llnnwarr a hoite,
IVbtiiarj T., IHTS,
fully VtrJliict, HikIjiv, t AllirilouV tuK,
.March I, IrtJ.
ILvhwooil 1'iechu't, George N . hhoil' toi-,
Ilrlinr your lt ycr' tax rwelpt. i It U tm
wie lo iruit to the tav iiolt ulgut fur iwcrlp.
tl.iu, of land,
la,M.. III.. January 0.1
IM-l-ll-vit l- DUlrlvt Colliilor
Tow-Boat For Sale
TUG SiducrlUr oTar for ala the Blum
mwl'ix tr-Whtl lloat.Ua lUminllt.
wlthmglno, tnvhlnery, Urklw, apparel nd
liralnu J ) onw luw ol Cairo, lit.
Mm- l"rth ik l f. her liniiltti ii Ojrt, br
letuhSftietand meaaurea 078 Ion. 8h tut 0
liolli'n.ilt'r't long atilja Inch diameter, Shlifh
!HM;ire4jtaa4wltiicyllndr. 14 loehMla
lionifier and tvot tok ;J puiupa Hl
i t, indlamoivr and U Imom lltvt and all
nuavin iiiiprorcjnenti.aBrt i ta.irw wpft
ttaanoa, im voruiy, and la tfJod eonoitlon for
htUiiII(iu. l'orhfnn, apply to.
Caiwi 111 VowwKt 3, ifit; U'VM-tMf.
Corrected Dully by K. St. Steams, commission
merclianl, Secretary of the Cairo Ilosrd of
i lour, according to Krade...
Corn, rolml, arkel
Corn, while, sucked
Ilran, per ton
Meal, otcam dried
Hotter, ehotn, Northern n.ll
W 7 .-.
'J 1A M
i Mil -a
J Mud .100
. . . Mitl 50
...M ... iM 75
llutter, choice !olithem lllln
Turkey, H-r dozen ,
Apiil-1, choice, r bsrrrl ....
Apples, common, per lnrrel .
Itlr Uour ,"
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCIIiNDISE OP
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of Worli wldo Reputation.
Acknowledged by all TiVmI Sfutletant t'l N- the
Iwkt 1'lnno now mule
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo have 91IJ over JM during
twehe j ear p.nr, becoming innro iilnl morn
li(iinl.tr ex cry ('ny.
SMITH'S AMERICAN ORGAN,
.Splc did tunc, l'owcr and Dunldllt; .
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A vntv fine ludruiuciit, ndiptcd to ln-tru-in
ntal as well nt vocal until".
A i.i. tiik aiiovi: aim: ot-ratr.tt os
Kty .Monthly l'.iymcnt, at lotv ll Mires
rcgirdl s of L at rrlccf.
In grevt variety, iin.ludln all tin; m ,v
and pniulir iiiu-lo ol thu day.
Wrdert fnun the Cnuntij'
promptlv tllbid and cn:
VIOLINS, GUITARS, BAIUOS,
ACCORDEOXS, VIA R I NETS
ITtKNClI IIAlll'.s. HTI'.. KTC.
Band Instrument's of all Kinds
rund.bcd to Oi-dcr.
STBINOS FOR VIOLINS, 0UITAK9, ETC.,
(H tho ltet Qtullly.
Classical' Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for I'laiio or voice.
t3Tl.vcry dcrltitlon ot Mu-lcil .Mcr-chaiiill-o
furiiMicd to order, promptly and
at prices lower Until ever offered before.
t:r..cv ,i.?o or
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
.Send for llltutratcd Cilahyue and 1'rlce
l.lt ol tltc-ie licatlinil p-oupcf.
All Ooodi Warranted as HoprcicnUrt.
VoBBINS MUSIC BAZAR,
ZANONE & VALLA,
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS
Cornor Twonty-EightU Btroct and
.1 I). ZiniDtie. , 31. Valla.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
WholiMle and Iht ill Dmler In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, aud COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE t
At Union ftWllaon'a, CornorTwtlfth St.
anU Olilo Lovee.
WK llljniii an Iro waren thruti'liout tin
eal)ll1 ili'lUcrlaff pure lake Ira In any
tiart or the city at the Ion rat market prliK, ntul
will uUofiirniiih ourlriind outelite the cily wllh
rnhylhu cakoorcur load, p.vkel In Tilitt
cirliliiiniil l.ianv ilitUiure.
Hotel and Restaurant
1 . I
Tito dojr nortti of llu- Cainand yiaMnnei
-railroad Aiml.- : 1.
WM. WETZEL, Pro'priator.EJ.
A TltlTiTT watch kepi nihTBnd Uy for
JL'X. train nudttnuiiUiut, "
'lite bvfl of wiMiuinoditlolia ibr tniniilrnt
tlitril al TttV tollan i di ,
sun riaLii is
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
TJndor Cttjr NatloaiU Baak.
I WILL sell In car-load lot at manunwlnrar'
prlcr, adJInir Frelshl.
HARRISON 6c CO.,
(Succcvor to 1). Hunt A Co.)
And Dealer in
7L0UR, DRAIN and HAY,
No. 63 Ohio X.t.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHZIXIS
(Snrewors to John 11. riilllls)
And Dealers In
HAT, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
HEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agents for LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO
Corner To nth Stroet amd Ohio
7. It Mnthui.. K r Uhl
MATHTJSS Sc UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
04 Oliio Iioveo.
V. I. Aj-im S. I). AyiY
AYRES &. CO.,
And peneral "
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
I 11 V Th.ima I. I) Timlin
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Sliccea-Klix lo II 31 llulcn,)
STAPLE AND FANCY
Foreign waul' Domastto Fruits and Huta
1B1 COMMEnCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
No, 76 -OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'lH'l.VI. a'ltcntton RlrVn oconnljrtimen and
Cllltui nnlerii ,
CINClWif ATI, OHIO.
, IVntrAlly Hegwtly FurnkW,
" K J lilMi'BBaUTK.
i i -.
Tut 0ommrcal Hotel of the Oitj.