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ARCAt.ON t.OfXii:, .NO. 61.
Knight of I'jr lSJ, mteln ere ry Krj
ilar nlffht nt hlf-it rcun, in Odd'
fellow Hall C K, HLAtK,
I lianci.llor Commander.
AI.K.YAKIIKII LOIKlt:, NO, 221.
iruliniiuliiil Onler of OJcl-l'tl-
CSX, nw t rv 'I lnirtjl.il tilfrht
'rAnW ni hir.inii -tren. in inr r na rui
Cointnrrclal -uremic, Ih-Ihu-ii .-sixth ami Srii-nlli
Herts Jnux II. Cos-HAV, H. (i.
Cunto j:xoAMr)ii:xr, i o. o. r.. nwii
in O-M-rVllowa' Hull on Ihc llr-Uhd Ihhd
lmly in eu-ry moiitli, at lialf-Mt M--n.
G K .1LK.K, C I'.
Jr Iliilil ItiluL'ii
7V annlr Hull, c
' v Bllll Klitlitfi I
(.A!itoi.oi)fii:. .o.2.i;,a r. aa :m
uiil'ir coiiiiuunlcitlun In .Mo
duli, J'llli'-r IIIIIIIICI I.IJI HllllUr
llt-lim -.tn.t. mi Hip ttc'irifl utiil
fouilli Monday ofL'.u h 1 1 1 o n 1 1 1
I'ni'nillir Con I.
for rate, Menm or
lr. 1'. nugcralJ has Jmt received anil
has on .ile at liU ale room a large slocl:
of Kiij-IMi ale, porter, Henncv brandy
uinl wlnc, nml ll-pion- of nil Minis which
ho will ditpoic of at reasonable prices.
(iooJ fInrIo rooiin on the upper Hour at
the Saint ChatlM can he lied, with l-oi.rd,
ut the very low rate of 8-TO per month
At-ss Lumber Ynrtl.
Charlca I-aneiuster and Newton Itlcc,
both well known to our citizens, nml
to river men generally, tn0 cm
tablished n lumber yard In Cairo, corner of
sixteenth street ami Commercial avenue,
fhey will keep every description of build
l material and 'leninlio.it himbur. doom,
sah, blinds mouldings hlnj;tcs, lath, etc.,
:'tc, and are determined to fell lower tliuu
himhcr has ever been o'd In Cairo. They
oll. lt n fair trial from Mrnmboat men and
builder, and guarantee tuthfacilou In all
0Y8TEI18 I OYSTEIIS ! !
Pproat, 13.1 Ohio I.ovcc, Is rcceivin;,' New
'Jileam oysters every morning In bulk. He
Is making Ids own cam and picking hii
awn oyster-1, thereby avold'ng the exorbi
tant charge (or transportation, and Iscna
tiled to furnt-h a better artlle at a Jest
price than any other dealer. Patronize a
home Inttltutlou, anil benefit your-clf.
House f.ir Ileut.
A comfortable frame Iioti-c of Ax
rooms out houses and j,'iicm1 cistern mi
Twi inh Mreet. Inquire of .1. II. I'hlllis
12-1 -2 1 -3u
4'llll-titlon Is the I.Mr of Trnile.
Mrs U III1 Oil-m. u. Kmc I. admire-,
Ni 12, 1'ourl i Mrct. between Washlnptnn
i d CuHiiueri lal uvvnue., does al' k ml of
lim aiideiircl.iundry u.irk jr IjiIh - and
Heine i, ilutin. Ac Uenthinni'-i shirts
Hashed an polish .snln thirl and i"il
'jr, IPct p r d'jeti S"cj weic- fw: two t.
Iat. t n tw lmulkervMi'ls ;; et 'Mc:
a d a l gentlemen' wear. 8V. iwr
dozr-n. I.aille.' dr. c, 25 to rOt;'
klrttl) ti )p; ilriw-r into l&e; two
lilr lionf f c: two collars to inc. J'or l-
1! s" ) lain elothec 1 Ooper dozen; lor la-
diei lino clolhis, 31 as pBr dozen; done
iramptly, ami promptly dellvereJ. I'a
113-1-5-d 1 in.
AVhccvtr habltuilly mca any alcoholic
prrparitlons a an "appetizer" will be
likely t mtlcr fr 'in four eU, viz: an over
plu of food In the s'omach, impaired ability
to dinct li, the pang, of djpepda, and a
doctorV hill, In. Wai.kku'k VroET iii.e
ViNKiiAK Hitti:k-s the great Teetotal lte
ftoratlve of the nge. Without ovtr-.llmu.
Jallng the palate or Iritaticg the rtonucli,
impart a iieahliftil petite. prrnxoliH !!
XOrtlon, 'oiilites the lit er ai d bowel , purl
tie. the blood, and Urns in.Um! of entail ng
fourths csnfera (our Icirtlmible bemiits.
1-li I IV.
I'ret' Irom Milpliur and oilier lmiurltlc.
Ocorge I.itlner comcrof l-'onttcciith and
AVathing'.on avenue, wilt fin uili ho caltcr,
every day to liU pilnm- a No. 1 lunch, be
tween the hours of ten and twelve o'clock.
Krcdi .Milwaukee beer and fragrant lluvaiu
cigars to be had ut his har at all times'.
I'ilty to Sovtnty-Sve doll iM per month.
Agents wanted everywhere. Teaehois, la
dies g Br sue , ole. No capltit or out
lay reunited. Scud 20 cent for postage on
outfit, to l. C. Wki.chvan,
tl In ill Station. Union County, Ohio.
Ojvii Krldays and Saturday. o.vi.v.
.siiisiiii rmlc Hull Tlrlirl..
Tieket.s to the jriund Mi:i.-iiiiTmlo hall.
tobeglVen by thelJcltiiCilyConiei Mund,
ean be procured at H. X W. Under llros'.,
.1. Hitrp'rV, l'hil Saup's M. .1. Jletlau
ley's and I'aul (I.Schuli's drug i-toref.
(i'et your masks nml en-tunics ready In
,ollee of Dlssolulloii,
The ii.irtneri'lijilicifloloro uxMIiik be
tween C'ha. II. Xowlunil anil .laine ;.
Heiiiile, hiii lid ih'.v been ill-olved by
mutual consent, 0. II. Xewlaiidcolleetlnf,'
:ill bilU due the linn and paying nil
ilebtn. ' -Vr.wi.vM),
.). U. Ur.x.siK.
Caiuo, .Tnnuary 10, lS7o. l-'J;
Tor fen I e.
A young horte I years till lat May
vvorku ili-glc or double; will be oll on U
imnllis' time no'o with good fccuiiy.
Apply at Tiik Uuli.tin olllce.
' l'nruillse 'onl.
Tho best In thu Stutti for dokliif,
grates, stoves or steam.
(IiisiukI Mlenui filtlnu:,
iCt:srle H. Newland l prepared to tt all
jilndiof gnd itcam Hither, rurnllng
puuipt, lrlvinr wellc, bell hmglng, cc,
Slioi on Commercial A-vemie, betwien
lnth nd Tenth streets. 18l-l-2l-H
Mavhu given up my ol I itand ou t)o
levco and taktn Keohlcr ,V: llro'a alnp. tj
Klghth ktreet, I nIi dl ha prepared to tU.
ly the citizens ol Cairo with the bei)
meati tho market ad'onlv. Please call audi
e me. run.. Howaiiu.
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FUIDAV, .lA.N'tTAltY 2i. Wt
I.oral Wruthrr Ifriorl.
Janunrf Jl, U'i
Vu I WKAtrirh
' A tn
i p ni.
S3 W7 I
4 l.t. lUln.
o l.t. Itain.
H LI. Italli.
TIIOMA.1 JOSKS, Ubtmn
Nlmn I I'iiiiiiiI.
Found, Inst we ek nt the lee pond, u
plaid rtiuwl. Tho owner inn haw tlm
tame by" culling on Mn. h'noit. on Fotirili
street, mid paying no ivnts for tlili nolice.
Our Ibrnier towusimiu, I!. Orave",
but for two yeari pt n rif hb'iit of Mein
phU, Tenii., will ooii titke to himself n
life partner, trout anion'' the fair luce of
lih adopted city. Hrt ny thi'i-nriN. Jlr.
Orave M now u member of the llrm ot
Hum-, Holer t Co., Memphis
AltMltlon, Kllliclils of I'ytlilHK.
Thero wdll be u regular meeting of Ar
calou lodgf No. ni, KnlghU of i'ythlas,
nt their Castle hall, thU( Frld.iyj evening,
nt" o'clock. Work in tin "page" rank.
Vlsiling Knights, cordially iuviled.
Will K. Hawkim.
K.of II. and S.
Wu learn from . I. X. T. Irvin that the
Ions of Alexander Ireland, tit Santa Fee.
wan robbed, Wiilnmday night, of proper
ty tn thu lunouut of over two hiiudred
dollars Ills ftUpHsed that the deed was
committed by stragglers who are lurking
about that nck of the w.oods Mr. Ire
land arrived In th" city yesterday after
noon, and hat laid Ills ease, with details
Ciilleo I'll i' I. v TO'iilcIil.
The much talked about Calico Party
will be giv:n to-night at thy .St. Charles
It Is believed the party will be one of the
largot and most enjoyable ones ever
given In Cairo. Tlie proces-lon fur the
ball room will be formed in the parlor, at
! o'clock preei-ely, and at that hour the
room will 1m: opened and dancing be In
Th Milt brought by the city, to col
li ft the aKMinents laid upon the real
estate adjoining Ohio Levee street, to pay
for gravelling that street, ha occupied'
tin; entire time of the Circuit Court Mii-i:
Tuesday last, and will probably not be
concluded before .Saturday. A number
of witnees have liven examined upon
the part of the prosecution and defense,
and several yet remain to I- heard.
. A gang of workmen eomiueiiced the
erection of a mtmmotli eo.il dump (or
the Cairo and .St. J.ouis K-iilroad cm
paiiy, Ixdow llallld.iy ItnHlieiV wiue
lioiise, I.a-t Monday morning. They
have not yet got lalrly started on the
work, having been kept buy most of the
time since Die commencement until now
preparing tlieir tools, etc. They expect
to have the work, completed in six weeks.
I.lrrtlon or fllllcrr).
At the annual election of the officers of
the Delta City Fire Company, held at
their engine house, Wednesday night, the
following gentlemen were elected to till
the various olllees for the ensuing year :
For president,.!. Turner; vice-president,
.lo-cph Smiths captain. John D.
Holmes : treaMirer, Robert Adams; sec
retary, .M.J. Medauley; for directors
Charles LancaMor. p. M, Ward. Marh
Warren, (ieorge II. I'ooro. and Fred.
Smilh. Captain Holme appointed as
foreman of engine, P. M. Warren ; as
a.s;Ut;mt foreman, Jo-epli Smith; ni
foreman of lio-c, Mar.-h Warren ; a a5
.sUtaut foreman of hose, niljali Kerby.
Lecture noil Concert.
On the ev ening of the 2d of February,
the ltev. Mr. Wallar will deliver ill" lec
ture on "The Natural and Super
natural." In connection witli the lecture,
we are Informed, the ladies of the Meth
odist church will glveaiiiiislcal entertain
ment Unit they will endeavor to make
very Interesting. There are a nuinlier of
ladle connected with the church who are
acknowledged to lx; possessed of un
usually line uiii-ical talent, and they, :n
Mfded by other Hue niiislclani oftliUeity,
will be able to present to the people of
Cairo xn entertainment which is .seldom
offered to them. It has not, our inlonn
ant tells us, been fully decided as to
whether the event will take place hi tl.s
church or at one of our public halls.
Tlio I.nle Tr.iffoily In Arlumsiis.
In a recent isiuo of Tin; llri.t.nri.v,
thero was a letter published, which was
received by Mr.-. Stewart, of Thebes In
forming her of the murder of her two
sum, by a mob In I.aeoula, Arkansas We
learn from Sheriff Irvin, who received n
letter from I.aeoula since the deatli of the
young men, that they were
not killed by u mob, but
came to their end In a light. Their
name was not Stewart, but Harris, their
mother having been married to a gentle
man by the name of W. W. Stewart, who
lives in Thebe, and who is well-known
in litis city. Sheriff Irvin was person
ally acquainted witli thu unfortunate
young men, and represents tliein as very
quiet and law-abiding persons-. Ho also
Informs us that lie received a letter from
the elder Harris, sonii) two weeks ago,
in which he expressed ills Intention of re
turning to tills county hi a short time.
An interesting ca.se was before Judge
Jlroi.s yesterday, the question at issuo
being i "I Nancy Fat an Improper
character?" A Jury was summoned and
Nancy was tried, and after considerable
parley It wa? decided that Nancy was not
what situ should be, a good and virtuous
woman, and thcreforo it was decided that
she was not the proper person to bo en
trusted to tlio supporting and roaring of
her child, aged one year ami ouo month.
So the innocent cherub was taken from
her ami given Into tlm keeping of Madi
son ami I'liirha ' i-'rwina wlio
Vihiniiiljr .del-lured -Hint they would
fowl, Jo'Jwj , am clot!, tlielr
" siiinmer, ifurllig whleh lltno' they
' iogn(),(ii Hgood eominon school
,i... .. "") eij iiiiu-ii ifrieven
. mi - .1,.. .. , . . , ,
l,('r"tlie J 1 111 l"Iln'ing
throw uinn1.' WMlf',' :''II'I would
and cxprinvil Io"fly path through life, .
tho matter In MrijI'I'imou in regard to "'K "")ers iour eoniinuei lienvyjanil
Nariey'RbosoiiLlrlcntt'or,l'i' Several of j l. Oat' and hay show n fair degree
lug the trial, who thoiijv present dur-1 "f nr'"vl.v sullielenl to prevent any ae
that It was a down-right 'film she did, I cumulation of stork.
Heartless wtetciien to iawe mow men
from her, and one of them lamemway
eaiisi; site did not have a youngster Ve-
lakeu from her, and thus alibi1
her mi opportunity toral-,c a big row
An O'ticr TriieTnl.
A colored lady who lives In that elassle
precinct of Cairo, denominated the Cor
rclle, having occasion toftupect her bus
band of paying too much attention to
another colored lady. alo a dweller in
tlie Correlle. some diy ngo concluded to
follow her lord lo the hou of her rival
and tlnd tint for hern If whether her sus
picions were correct. She followed him.
Shy looked In at her rival's window
alas! the smiles upon her rival's face and
tlie alfectlonatc tetidernes'i on ihe face of
her lord they both nt upon u sola fac
ing tlie window through which her jeal
ous eyes peered convinced her that she
It wasa clear ease of Henry Ward and
IJIi.aleth T. With angry eye mid heav
ing bo'om, the wronged lady looked
upon the scene. Her womanly spirit wa
outraged, ami Mie was about to ru-h In
upon the unsuspecting couple, and tear
tliein both to atoms, when she wa forci
bly struck with another and better plan.
She would go and tell the deceitful
wife's husband of her dl-coviry, and
bring 111 in witli her and let him see for
himself, and then they could act together
and make their vengeance complete. She
did o, and the two returned together to
the scene, made misendile by the lutldel
Ity of their partner. They eat a look
of unutterable hatred upon the
destroyers of their pcniv. then
turned toward i-ach other witli an injured
gaze, and we presume, fell upon
eacli other s necks and wept. Hut the
man soon recovered Ids coinpo-ure.
and drawing himself up to his full
lieighth exclaimed In threatening tones:
"Dat man mut die!" He grabbed a club,
and with tlie devil In Ids eye, made for
the door, threw himself agaln-t it, broke
it open, and stood before hl iivai witli
the upr.dcd club. The guilty party
wanted time to explain, -o that the
avenger could see how it wa himself, but
the deceived one was relcutle.-s and
vroiild not li-teu to anything tint die
other pirty hail to say. H" brought the
club down with tremeudoiM force upon
tlie unprotected cranium of Ills enemy,
knocking him on his baek. Tlie iruilty
wlf", soeiug that her hU'bmd meant buI-iic-,
(ell on her kneei at his feet and Im
plored him not to kill her pir-
amour, but to her entreaties, r. to the
man's, ha was deaf anil jumped
upon him, ami commenced piimuiehug
him in the unit approved style. The
guilty party stood Ihe puiii-lmient for
four or live minutes and al the end of
that time, seeing tint there was no let up,
he determined to turn the table- on hl
man, so with an ell'ort he rolled him off,
piled on top of iiim and gave him wh.it
lie had got, a good healing. The two
women stood by watching tlie transac
tion with a much coolne-s as if they
were contemplating the star-, and when
tlie tight was ended, they talked tlie mat
ter over, coming to the conclusion that
there was no u-e rai-ing any more fuss
about such a little thing, so they shook
hands ami parted, 'the two who had been
the cau-e of all the trouble pronil-lng
that they would never do ,-o any more.
-liny PAR A DISK COAL.
Olllccr JolinShcehaii retired from po
lice duty Wednesday night, by authority
of Mayor Wood.
Tlie robliery of Captain Weirlck's
olllce still remains a mystery, there hav
ing been no light whatever thrown upon
The ire which lia been floating in
tlio Ohio river for tlie past week Is nearly
all gone ami there is very little in that
stream at present.
There were several gentlemen in tlie
city yesterday who arc going on a hunt
ing expedition In Missouri. They had
witli them a couple of lino blooded dogs,
which were valued at an enormous price.
Tlie steamer Itaunock Cilv, owned by
.Nellls iv. Walker, of till- city, left till-
port Wednesday night with a tow of
freight The boat Is under command of
Ahhrman Charles Nell is who has Mr.
John Fulton on board as a guest,
The ice on tlie Mississippi river at
tills point began giving way Wednesday
afternoon, and at night went down
witli a crash, letting several of the skaters
Into the water, but fortunately they were
pulled out in time to save them from
A dog light, near Tin: Ilrr.i.ini.v of
fice yesterday afternoon, created more
than a little excitement among tlie school
children. A big bull dog caught a lit
tle poodle canine by the nape of tlie neck,
nml shook him till Ids tongue hung out.
Tlie Delta City Cornet Hand masque
rade ball, Monday night, will draw u big
crowd. The member of tho baud havo
been selling tickets for thu last ten days,
and everybody seems to want to buy one.
Tliey have succeeded In selling an unu
sually large miiubur.
-Newly.aitc.l, finely funiUlitil baiber
shop by George SUIiiIi jiiho, corner Com
mere! d avenue and Klghtli street. Yt nrs
ol pr.ict'ee lmo glvcifldta a light bund
tint nukes a smooth slinve dUUbtlul. All
who try bi'nionco will call ngnhi. All tbu
lato dally pipors are kept on his fiblo for
tho bnicllt ot his. coitomerH, and there Is
no tod'oiis walthigfor turni tf
Those using bnie-burner stoves havo
found Just what they want in PAltA
.,. Cairo, III., i
i nt.'ftiUAY IJvK.vt.Vu, .Inn. ill, 1375
The cold weather continued until yes
terday, when It began to moderate, mid
is nt this writing warm, and cloudy with
fair proiK:et for u season of rain.
'Hie market shows little or no Itnpove-
mciit in nny thing, and corn Is reported
n'ak nml dull, with plenty olfering nml
neceipis in gram lor msr tnree dav
Were ; 2d ear oats ; -10 ear.1 com ; I car
JKLrOur friends should bear In mind
"Mbc prices here given are Usually for
llllirmi first hands in roitnd lots. In
essiry VM j f(r broken lots It is nee-tigun's."i(b-k,e
advance over the,e
The market -.ouit.
provement. Stock. ,0giH or m.
and tlie demand: very si kitidd nre large
about ai last reported. prtp,.j r,L
bbN S wj oo; 200 bills ...ri,
lOObbh! W& 7.1; S(X) bbls cisr.fi m.
0 .V); noo bids l nog'.-, 7fi; 800 bb.r
jl 75; 100 bbls various grades $lV
0 00; MO bids f 1 nu&n AO; 100 bbls X.
fl 78; 100 bbls super SI 20; 200 bbls
$1 00&C 00.
There Is n fair demand for all receipt
Prices are ilrm and steady. Sales ri
ported were 2 cars common mixed deliv
ered 1J 00: 1 car good mixed delivered
$li 00; 1 car prime timothy delivered
$20 50:2 car.- choice timothy delivered
$21 50; 2 ciitt choice timothy delivered
$22 00; I ear prairie delivered $10 00; 1
car choice timothy delivered $22 00: 2
cirs choice mixed delivered $20 03; 2 cars
common mixed delivered $18 00; 1 ear
common mixed delivered $17 00.
Tin- market is over supidieil and very
quiet. Prices hold llrm, but buyers are
oil and sale.- are slow, except for tlie
order trade. Transactions; were : 2 car.
No. 2 mixed, in -acks, iklivered.75c. ; 20,
000 bushels, Xo 2 mixed, on p. t. ; 12 cars.
Xo. 2 white, mixed, delivered, 70c; 2 air.
Xo. 'J white mixed, delivered, 75c,; ,'i
cars Xo. 2 white mixed, in bulk, on
track. Die.; I ear.-, Xo. 2 white, In bulk,
on track, 7!to; 10cars,Xo.2 wliiteaud mix
ed, in sacks, delivered, 7.V2,7de.; I car,
Xo. 2 mixed, in sacks, delivered, 75c; 1
car. Xo. 2 mixed, in bull:, on track, 03c.
Heeeipls arc fair, ami the demand
moderate Sales were: 1.000 sacks, Xo.
2 mixed, delivered. 05c.: ." ears Xo. 2
mixed, in sacks, delivered, t'5e.; 5 cars.
Xo. 2 mixed, In saek. delivered, 5e.: 0
cars white and li'.aek, in saeks, delivered.
Receipts were small aad the supply Is
limited. Prices are Heady and llrm.
biles were 100 barrels green ineiil $'J W ;
20J barrels city steam dried $-1 70l 75 ;
100 barrels steam dried $3 70; 2 car-- steam
dried $3 05.
II It AX.
Tlie market Is bare and tin.- demand
good. Prices sm .steady and very llrm.
Sales were 500 ack $22 00.
Tlie market U over supplied with com
mon and choice whit butter, but there I
no choice yellow oll'erlnu'; for this there
i- a good demand and better prices than
our quotations represent, could Ik; ou
tlined. Sales of 200 lbs good Southern
Illinois roil 222,2.'le; 5(0 lbs good South
eru Illinois roll 22(5,2He: 250 lbs choice
Northern roll 25e; KM) lbs medium roll CO
2:ie; 500 lb choice white roll 2ie.
The old stock N nearly worked off.
Prices are llrm and the demand steady.
Sale.- were 200 do. 22c; 000 doz. 22c; 500
Arrivals here have been large and the
market is better .supplied. The pre.-ent
warm weather will operate against dre.-eil
poultry. Turkeys are plenty and weak
to-day. Sales were 200 poiu.ds dres-ed
turkeys, 10(S)12c; 1000poundsilrcsed tur
keys 10lle: 20 doon dre-sjl chickens
The weather I- more favorable, nnd or
ders for choice apples eoueiu freely.
The market is fully suppllul with all
kinds. S lies were 50 barrel- Sintliern Illi
nois mixed $2 0057,2 50; 25 btrrels South
em Illinois mixed $2 50; 25larreIseliolcc
Northern $ J 0,V;i 25.
There is n fair demand for choice po
tatoes of all kinds, and only a limited
supply ottering. .Sales were 10 barrel
choice peach blow $3 00; 20 barrels choice
pink eyes $:i 0J; 20 barrels choice early
rose $3 50.
Very quiet, uotmuMi In market bir
rels cholco navy sold at $2 00 pe. u-hel.
The market Is wea's.dull amf declining.
Wo note sales of 5 cask, dry1-" wilt clear
sides 10J10c; 5casks dry salt shauldei-s
7Je7,7ic; II tierces lard liUgl le.
The supply and iHnand aro about
equal. We note sales of 1,500 pounds
bccfSc; 1,200 pounds veal 5;V,0e; 000
pounds mutton 5o; 1,000 pounds b
Corrected Dally by K. X Stearns mininUtlon
mrrcluint, fteeietury of lh Uiho lloaiil of
1 lour, accoiillnj fo grailr ,
Corn, mbt'l, aai keil
Corn, white, -ui'kttt
linen, per Ion
.Meal, stimuli ilriitl
61 isu.U dC
CI 11 Ulo
.... M., Sf
Mutter, ctniici! .Northern mil
II11II1T. rhuli'u soiithcni Illinois
l nlckcn, wr ilozen
Appl-4, choice, ier IiaiicI
Ajiplei, common, per barrel ....
. :0H3 i"s
SO a 3 Ml
Onions k.t li.uri'l tln I Mi
ltuckwlit.it Hour , u M
live flour f.i 1.1
SPECIAL NOTICES. ;
If you ivunt frib oystcn nrlthoin nav
In? for tlio ein and transiHirtatlon, go to
npro.trs, iso uiuo lovc.', and get tliein by
Hie pall mil, fresh every tnoinlng. 12.4.
Try PARADISIJ COAL, the cheap
est and best.
On to Sjproat'11, l."5 Ohio Lovoc, ami
get jour oysters by the hundred or can
lreh every morning 12-l-tl
Try PARADISIC COAi. forcooklng.
--Sptoit, 135 Oliu Levee, is liirnlihing
oyte-s ir, me tlgbt fhipo. Patnllln can
be tipp Icil In imy quantity fre-h every
oio:n ie;. ij. (f
Order PARADISIJ COAL from nnv
100 KoLekerisnow In full control of
tlie Washington bikeiy, and huring learn
ed the wnnts of tlio public, l prcparid t)
siirply on call n'l demands for Krcm !i loaf,
Motion, Itrown and (Jralinm bread, and
cverj thing elo ordinarily, loun I In n ilrst
clasi Ink ry. He raalnbdnj a fit I atotk of
eonfcctioiiurles and can, us well as nnv
other dealer In tlm city. (Ill nil orders 1-,
that line, Cakes baked, trostcd or orna
mented on shntt notice, Spccla (.attention
given 10 the or Jen of weddhii or picnic
-All that liave til.il PARADISIJ
COAL will u-c no other.
hu kl reUellerfor Vmniir Jlen from llic
lnoi-l Su nil Al'ioe In mrly life, .Man
ivnurkuble itsniK-liini.nts to Alarrlaftn w
fiw. In -eihst -V.""l r liKitmnil .New nml
A-x-OCIAIlnX, 1. llw.knnd ebfuUrf sent
.iiU. I'a ,-anlnMi .A.Ms.s. IIOW A lt
tion fir honorable cNjn"' Ui-el. I'hilaJ.l--kill
Xivliig hlKh rriHita-
l ' i).l-l,V'lAw3lil
I'orl 1. 1st.
Steamer Lddyvllle, NVhville.
" Susie Silver, New Orlcani.
Steamer Paragon, New Orleans.
" Sifle Silver, Cincinnati.
WT.ATItKIt, ItIVT.lt ANI llfIXlKS
The weather has within thu past
three days undergone a very decided
change. Ve-terday was warm mid
cloudy witli a light wind from the south
west. The Ohio river fell nine inches and
still going down. Tlie amount of
ice in Hint stream U gradually growing
less 'I lie ice on tlie .Mlssls-loni. lii, i
ess 1 lie (v on the .Mississippi, M Mel, feir.INOS F0i yiOLINS nmr.no
lias tor the past two weeks allorded thef of ,V17,UNS' DITAKS, ETC,,
ioutig folksofthk city u splendid place to' , , , . '"'l!"y.
young lolksofthls city 11 splendid pi
skate, let go Wednesday Highland istiowj1
iioallngout Info the lower river.
15ulnes? has, improved soniewlit'
during the p.tt few days, but there is jet
i.uicli room lor improvement, and he
increbants are looking forward villi
carer gaze for the good time coming.
From the Louisville Courttr-Jwaal,
we learn that tlie steamer .1. I). Parker it
'jard agruunil nt Ml. erii" '
danger of breaking in two and being cut
to pieces, by the Ice. All the freight lias
bee.i taken ashore and protest entered
W'xn Dkit. i.'ivbii Its out.
Jjiiuirv 'Jl, !sT.).
In. ! l't. illicit.
1 Inc'.nniti .
at. I outs... .
i.ntt on iii:ai.::us-
R. SMYTH eSc CO.,
Wholf-alc nnd Retail IlmUra In
iForeign and Domestic
WffXK OF ALL KIXDS.
No. CO Ohio Levoo,
Mi:sIV. SMYTH A CO. Imve lilillj
11 laine -lock of llic lie-t pii-ls Inll.e nun
kel, ami viiee.si:iul ulliiiUua tull.s' niibUnk
ranch uf Iliv Lu.lm;..
fatcaraboat, Hotel and Family
AMI lit.ll.KIl IN
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fiah, Eggs, Northern Butter, &c.
Between Washlnirtoa hud Commercial
C3-lj.iuda lUllieivil fue of diaih'c.
N(ilUelheirliyi?ien Unit tlm ls Im.ilis for
Ihe )eiir 1ST) Imielnvn plnml In my hands,
und llmt 1 itrll U'lit Ihefiilliiulnuauuil ilaces
ill Die llinc ImIoii fl lo 1 Mi , fur the puiiiosuof
collecllnit Hit tiiveii iifkiilil jenr:
Clear Cp.vk I'liclnrt. Cully,1. Marclllldun'a
utoie, Fi'briuiry ii, IsTS.
Clear Ciiik Precinct, It. A KdmiiiiMHi'n
ton-, IViiriuiy i'i, loT.'i.
'Iticbes Pirciucl, J. (i. IIoIm Ii.k's ttote, lVli.
Snntii r'c 1'ivclncl, Will. Irelund's ttorc, 1'ib
ncirj 25, IH73.
lioii.e I-l:md Precinct, O, Uiviulo'. toiv,
rtlinry !M, IS7S.
Iioir 'fimlli I'm'luct, N, llunsucWo house,
Unity Vieidni't, HoiUes A. Allierton'ii stoiv,
MjivIi I. IS7S.
Itnlcwonil Prcelncl,t!con;uW, .Short' ktoiv,
llrliit your lust yi-ai 'a lav receipts, as It Is tin
o il'u 10 lriit lo the lax limiks n'touufor (Uscrlp
tions of land,
Caiiio, III., .iimmry ti, I "73.
v au:.y II IltVIS",
IM-l-ll wUt, Histrkt Collector
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SMEET MUSIC AND
xauaiUAL MERCHANDISE OP
HALLET, DAVIS ei CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
u-.nowiisigen uv nil if"0l .vtimlclun lo U- tht
Wl l'inn,i nr.,,'
TIIE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo have xi 1 over iOO during
twelve jear pa, becoming more and more
popular every ray.
SMITH'S AMI.KXV OKuUX,
hptcM.lhl tone, Power and Durability,
Kimball's Orchestral Oman.
,V vctv mie ItiviuniPiit, alapicd to lntru-
insiii-i . sen as vocal ninlc.
. . ,,nl
A ''.v V M.,Mi iv t' AHI: JKt'i:uKt os
In great variety, includiil (,
, nnl i.opul.ir inii'lc or" ,'.IM'A
Ordern from the ,1::,
promptly itlleil and V,'
by mall. 1
VOUHS, GUITARS, BAiqs
nvcii har ,B
Eind Iistrumonts of aU Kinds
'undshed to Order.
ni i 1 ox...
UlUSSIUill OlUIno .,! f-
Uf all grades u jb TCISeS
rn-Uvcrv deer.,... .
ebaiidls furnWicd -MusCiI jer.
at prices lower th in ry'Vi iro npuy and
JjOKSCV Al.0 OK
Head for Illustrated Ca,talo- , .
List ol hcsu lioauunil groupe .ii 1 ik
AU Gooda Warranted Ui-t
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZiY
ZANONE & VALLA,
PRESH SHELL OYSTERS
Corner Twonty-Eiglith Street and
J. I). Zatione. . M. Vulln.
ICE! ICE! ! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT Cc SON,
WlioU-ilc and Itotnll Ucali'rs In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, I1LS. and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE 1
At Hulon & Wilson'o, ConierTwelfth St.
und Ohio Lovco.
VTV. will mil an lie vinjrnn Ihrn'Jliuut tlie
Se.coin, di'Ilvrrlni; pure Uke Uoin any
pmt of tlie city ul Urn li,ut nurket nlcc, :ind
will nlsolumf-ti oiirfi'lemli out, lie Die city ullh
cclivtlic cake or car loul, puckul In wiudual
or slili'ini-ut lo nny ilul.mcr.
"The Best Thing in the West."
Atchson, Tojeta & Santa h R. P.
JLm JZL. 1ST JO &
a, 000, OOO AORHS
Of tlie I est I'lirndiic and AKrlniltund IjiieN In
Aimrlc.i, kitii'itisl in nnd nine tlie liejuurul
Lultonwooil nml (.rv.it .VrkuiMS Vidlc, the
gaiiKuol'llie Vv.t, en
11 Yotiro' Credit, with 7 per cent. Intor
est, und SO por cunt. Discount
r .v n 1: it 1: 1
' k' s i) r.
jtjClrculHis, with nup, KlvhiB full inl'oiiiu
liou, (cut fnv. Addic-i,
Aothiff liinil Cuinnilsluncr, ToM-k.i, Kiin
3. iv i-;-am.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Lending Journal of Southern
Wlllatcadfaslly ojijioso the policies of the
Kcpubltcjii party, anil refusn to be trarn
mellod by the dletntlonof any clique in the
It believes that the Itepubllcan party has
fultlllcd Its inl'sIoD. and that
tratle party as naw organized should be re-
lored to power.
I believes the Itadlcal tyranny that has
fcr several yen-s oppressed tho South
sluulil be overthrown and tbefnjopleof the
Southern State, permitted to control their
11 believes that railroad corporations
should bo prohibited by leglajatlvc enact-
nrnts from extorting and unjustly dsscrim
luatlug in tbclr business tramactlona with
it recognizes the cpiallty ot all men he
re the law.
free coinaercc tariff for
" u itcs resumption of spocln pay
unest pvyment of the publio
lion of public ah
tn U10 admlnl'tra-
AS A NEWS3APBI
The ItulUtin will publish all tU local ne.
o Cairo, and a variety of Conmiercla'i, Vh
llllcal, Por, Ij-n and General Voir j, und en
deavor to please nil tastes and Interest all
- r II 1:
Is a thir:y-:wo cohitim pap;r, furniihed to
ub-rrilitr for the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
I'u-t i?c prera'.il. It is tho cheapest parer
hi the Wc.t, and is a pleailng Fireside
Visit-1 and P mily Comparlou.
C.u not tail to ceo the unrivaled induce
in'tit oUcrcd by The Bulletin in the way
ot cheap and prolitiblo advertisements.
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