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'In iMd-Felluw' 1 rn.ll on the ilrt utirt third
lue'day In erry luotilli, l lmir-p:.t M'n
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a CAIIMI I.OIH1K. NO OT.A.K. A A JM
Hold tcKulnr communication! lu Mb
JJ sonic Hull, corner Commercial incline
ind Klfthth Mint, on the trcnml iml
fnurtli Monday ofrach motitli
'I'lic licet for grittcs, "tcnm "r I'lacV
niithln:. rrc.ii supply.
.Mr. P. KltiRcratd !ia Juit received and
hni on eale at liii ealei room largo Mock
of Itaglluli ale. porter, Hennery brandy
and wlnci, and liquor of all binds which
Lc will ilitpoa of at reaooiiable price.
(loo 1 eltr. le room on tlic npcr floor t
tlio Saint Charles can he hud, with board,
t tlic very low rat of MO pur month
t Lumber Vnnl.
Charlc LnnrnMor and Newton Wee,
totli well known to our cltlrcn, anil
to rher men generally, liuvo es
tablished n lumber yard In Cairo, corner of
'Ixtecnlli street and Commercial avenue.
I'liey will keep i-ury description of build
itiK intterlal mid steamboat lilinlier door,
a-h, blind, moulding, uliliis'cn, latli.t tc,
?lc and ra determine 1 to ell lower than
lumber ban ever been po d In Cairo. They
solicit n fair trial from -tpaiiiboAt men and
builder, and guaranico tlfaetlon In all
OYSTERS ! OYSTERS ! !
Sproat. 13.'i Ohio I.eee, I- rerelvlni; New
Orient) nys'.ers every morning in bulk, lie
Is making ld own cans and pick In,' bis
awn 0)fters, thereby avidd liK the exorbl
'ant elurgei for transportation, and I ena
bled to fiirnUb u bettor artl le at a Km
price tb.in ny other dealer. I'atronle a
li'jinn Initltutlon, and bunellt yourelf.
Home for llenl.
A comforlabli! fnune lioue of six
rooms', out hoii'es anil piod eltern on
I'welnh lreet. lliiUire of .1. II. I'hillK
Competition l flip l.llc of 'I'rnilc.
JIrs l.e tic Cilin n, rine l.:uindte,
Nn 12, I'ourt i s'.reil. between Wa-lilnKton
i-d ( oiumen lal avnlle, doe id k nd f
line ntidcnirse laundry work fr IjiI i and
jfiit emeu, fluting. A'c OentleiueiiS lilr'
walied an t iiINIi -it. Hngle sblrt ami ol
tar, 10c: p rdoPiiH.'c; nck- .V; two po!
I.irs, Te: tw liiinlkcroblel ', ftp; est VOc;
injl a I ontleiu.-n' wear. SV per
dozen. I,nllr' i'rcCJ, S"i to fOi;
iklrtil) ti 'lUi riu.r 10 In t.'ic; two
pair hose Fc: to collar fi to We. Kor U
'ii,' i.laln cU.ilii-k tt CO per dozen; lor U
illcs tine elotho, tl i'l per doen; done
rsmptly, and promptly ilclUere'. l'.t
ll.T-l-S-d t in.
I'oiir t'. IN.
Whoever bablltully utes my a'eibolir
prtparatloim a an iippi llztr" will be
likely 1 1 sutler fr -in four t lis, Iz: an over-pin-
of lood In lliuv'omaeb, impaired ability
to illuctt II, the l'anj.'i of dj pi-pla, and a
doctor's bill. Dll. W.W.KKItV K()K1 III.K
Vl.VKutlt IliTfKKi, the Krcnt Teetotal He
storatlvo of the Without over-sllmu-
latiu tlio I'aUto or irltatin the stomacti,
imparts a healthful appclltc, prorrotea ill
t;ertlon, roulati the li er ar d bowel purl
lie) tbe blood, and tlni', in-teml of entail UK
fourctlU, confera lour Inculiiiiiblebciuill-.
Fret'lroni Milphur and other Impurities
ticorjjc I.ttlurr comer of ro'iiteelitli and
Wasbinion aenne. will IumiMi lie calur,
ei day to h's pilroli- a No. 1 llini'b, be
tweeli Hie hour of ten and twelve o'el ek.
I're-li Milwaukro beer and fragrant Havana
cigari, to be bad at his bar at all times.
Kilty to Sevent)-tie dollar per month.
Agents wanted everywhere. Teachcis, la
dies, gi'titi, f.tc , oic. No eapliil or out
lay required, scud !M etnts fur potsgc on
outfit. 10 I I.C. WKU'IIMA.V,
tf In In Station. I'nlon County, Ohio.
Open l'ridays and Saturday- o.ni.v.
.stHsiiicrnilc Hull Tirkcts.
Tickets to tlio grand maxpierade hall,
to be given by the Delia City Cornet Hand,
ran he procured at K. A W. Under Bros'.,
.1. Ilurger's, I'hll SanpV. M. .1. .Meliau
leyV and l'aul (i.richuh' drug store-.
Jet your niaks and cot nines ready in
,ulee of ItlxHoliillou.
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween ("has. 11. Xewland and .Tames h.
Kennle, lias this day been dissolved by
inutiial consent, C. 15. Xewhmdeollectliig
all bill-, duu the linn and paying all
debt,. .1. II. Xi:wi.A.Ni,
.1. V'.. Kiinnii:.
'aiiio, January lt. 187i. l-'Jl
A youtiR horse-4 ycirs nli last .May
works slnglo or double; will bu sold on (i
month' time note with good security.
Apply at Tub l!UM.it ii.v nillee.
The be-st lu tlio .Slate for cooking,
jjrates, stoves or Mram.
(Jll 1111)1 Nlemtt I'ltllnir.
t'l nrips II. Newland l nrenared to do rll
Kinds i f ifas uiul Menin llttliitr, repalrlni;
juimpj, drlvlii',' wells bell hsnglii';, He ,
Hlwp ou Commercial Avenue, botween
Ninth ami Tenth streets. 18M-2WW.
HavlnrBlveuupmyold stand on tho
leven and taken Kcolilcr .t Hro's shop, on
Eighth street, I 'ulull be prepared to sup
ply tho cltlzou of Cairo with the bent
iuau tbo market nffortls. Pleaie call and
see me. l'lia. UOWAHP.
SAITHDAV, JANt'AHV 23, 1875.
Lorut M'cnlhcr Report.
Caimo, Itt... Janmry 11, 1T5.
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W).'7 1 31
THOMAS JON'IW, Ob.irvrr.
The Hon. Un i n It. Untitn was lu thu
city yeMertlay silteriiooii, nntl sjicnt most
of his time In the court room.
Wsti nlay moniin about two o'rlock,
two Irlshtneii, who; iiami"' none of thu
otlloTi oonlil reineinlx'r, ot Into n tlfrht
on 'J'enth Uni t, lictweeii Wiihlii:ton and
l.'oinincHnl avi imci. OimortlMwuomor
Krlu L'nilibeil a club ami lu a very unklml
manner lx'au to wnllop hN enemy over
Ihcheai), mill then (Implied tins "tick anil
run. The other one then thought It wa
his turn next, fo he took up the aforesaid
club and ran after his mau.whom lie pivc
a ouii(l w hack or two over the head and
(boulder. At this flai,'e "f thugauie,
Olllcers Camn and Hllllnby made their
apiM-aranee, captured both if the offend
er. and conihu tcd them to the lock-up,
Lat night, about ix o'clock, a team of
horses attaelied to a wuf;on came dashing
up Washington avenue. at a fearful pace,
and when opposite this ollle! ran around
In a circle two or three times, striking the
gas post at the corner of Twelfth street,
knocking It dow n, annulling the gas lamp
Into a thousand pieces-, breaking the
tongue of the wagon olf, smashing Un
ited and wheel, and otherwise demolish
ing It. The horses, when the wagon
struck the pot, broke loose from the
wagon and ran up the Mnid. The own
er did not make his appearance, and no
one present knew who the team and
wagon IxJunged to, but II l Mippoed
they are the provrty of muiic, teamter
of this city.
We learn from Mr. George I'amsworth,
that during the giving way of tlic ice
gorge lu the ,Msslppl river, about three
o'clock ye.t:rday morning, the ferry Itoat
T. I!. Selins, of the (treenticld ferry com
pany was broken loose by the ice striking
her. and carried down the river. A
gentleman eonneetisl with the company
wa -cut to Columbus Kentucky, via the
Cairo, Arkansas and Texas railroad, in
order to overtake and bring her back,
but whether he was 'uecessfnl li. hi
errand, -Mr. Knrn-worth could not say,
having heard nothing concerning the
boat since -he broke loo-e. The same
gentleman tells us that the ferry boat
Three State- silccuillug lu breaking tin
Ice sutlieieiitly to get up to the terminus
of the Cairo, Arkansas and Tcxa- railroad
Jliile t. IVinnle.
Olllcer Martin iulorins u- of a slight
dl-turbaiiee that took place in a saloon
near the Vincenne-. depot, Thursday
night, the particulars of which are as fol
lows: A negro man was in the saloon,
when two women of hi- own color made
their appearance, who-e names are Alice
Glbbs and Klvlra Kite-. Alice
went up to the man and
took his hat from hi- head, .saying, that
If he did not pay her twenty-live cent,
which he owed her, -he would put it in
the .-tove. The man who does not go
much on the inability of a woman to pro
tect her-clf, knocked Alice down. No
sooner had he struck her, than her friend
Klvlra drew a pocket knife and made a
dive at lilm, sticking him in the back of
the neck ami cutting a little hole, but not
daugerou-ly wounding hint. The woman
then left the -aloon, and ipiiet wa- re
.Mr. Dan llartman. le.-.-ce of the Cairo
Allielieum, Inform- u- that the month of
February will bring to tlii city a number
ol aiuu-emeiit-. The lirst company w ho
will appwir during the mouth will lie the
runny 11. Price theatrical company, who,
from their long May hi till- city la-t win
ter, scent to he favorites of the people.
.She will make her lir.-t appearance on the
2d proximo. The next troupe who will
vi-lt in. wltl be Henry Hobl-on's
niln-trel-, who arc acknowledg
ed by the press and public
to lie one of the be-t organiatlons
ol'the kind now traveling. Then come
.1. II. Haverly, with his mammoth com
pany ol burnt cork ni ll-lf. This gentle
man I- iil-o well known to our people,
and It Is said by tho-e who have seen his
company, that their performances excel
anything that Mr. Haverly has ever oircr
cd to the public In the iimu-emeut Hue.
During the mouth ol'March, Cal. Wagner
will again vi-it Cairo, ami give one ortwo
nerforuianecs Mr. llartman tells u- that
the Susan Denlu theatrical company are
doing a large bu-lness, and that they will
also visit thW city before many weeks.
A horse with a saddle and bridle,
while tied near the corner of Klghteenlh
street and Commercial avenue yesterday
afternoon, became frightened at an engine
ou the Cairo and Yiucenues railroad,
broke loose and ran down Klghtecnth
street to Washington avenue, where lie
was caught by a colored man, and re
turned to his owner, who seemed to be
a liberal cuss, for he rewarded the son of
Hain by putting Into Ills hand a two dollar
greenback. Hut when we consider that
hislioilio is nearly twelve miles from
this city, and for which place the lior-o
was making as last as possible, and had
he escajMHl the hands of his captiuer
would have left his owner the very un
pleasant task of walking that distance, it
Is not so wonderful that he should have
been two dollatr liberal after all.
Those using base-humor stoves hnvo
found Just what thev wmttln PAHA
HiislncM lu the police courUallll
remains ery dull.
We are soon to have a theatrlod en
tertainment at the Athcnciim.
There will bono lecture at th High
School building Monday night.
A new and substantial stdewall.lsbc
ing constructed on Levee strict, be tween
Twelfth and Fourteenth s trects.
ltenietnber the Grand Masquerade
Hall of the Delta City Cornet Hand, next
Davis of 7'ic Sun, the u-s. I anxious
that the hor-c advertised at this olllce bo
speedily disposed of.
Our friend Wah Lung, was the re
cipient of a delightful serenade, we tire
lold,ye.sterday inortilng about -I o'clock.
The Delta City Cornet Hand will
turnout on Monday morning at nine
o'clock, and parade the principal streets
ol the city.
Mr. Frank Howe returned to this
city Thursday night, from an extended
business tour through the northern por
tion of this state and Indiana.
We learn that County Treasurer Mar
tin, who has been seriously III for some
time p.it, ha had no change for the let
ter, and that he Is still very sick.
-Huy PAI1AD1SK COAL.
II. P. Parker, the pilnt and oil
dealer, U adding much to the appearance
of his store, on Commercial avenue, by
putting up a neat olllce in the rear end of
the store room.
All parties who haw not procured
costumes for the Delta Cornet Mafpier
ade Hall can le supplied at Phil .Saup's,
corner of Klghtli street and Washington
- The Delta City Cornet Hand boysnre
working like Turku, and will give an en
tertainment next Monday night, that will
Im- worthy the patronage of the people of
Mr. JohnTaber. of the II nil of Taber
Hrother of tills city, rejoices In the ar
rival at his residence of a boy. He has
now, Including the late arrival, four ol
.Judge Hakcr will move hi court
from the Arab engine house back to the
court home, Monday morning, having
no fear as to the bealthfiilness of that vi
ltcmembcr the Grand Ma-qnerade
Hall, to be given by the Delta City Cornet
Hand next Monday. All iktsoiis holding
ticket- arc entitled to a chance in a silver
combination Castor to be rallied oil' on
The ladles of the Methodl-t Kpl-copal
church, of Mound City, will hold u fclraud
festival at their church next Wednesday
evening, the proceed- to lie contributed
to the increase of the pa-tor's salary.
The Hough and Heady lire company
are still going on with the prtp.irations
for their grand Mardl Gras celebration
and uiasquaradc ball, which will come oil'
on the nlh'li day of February.
A negro boy. while trying to steal a
ride on a wagon loaded with lumber yes
terday afternoon, fell tinder the wagon
and caine very near being run over. We
state till' as an Item of great public In-tere-t.
Kwryone who would like to enjoy a
plea-ant evening should not fall to attend
thu Delta Cornel Hand Ma-qnerade Hall
Mr. Itobi-oii.of Philadelphia,:! broth-cr-in-law
of the late Capt. Walter Fall-,
lias removed his family to this city, and is
now occupying the brick dwelling lately
owned by the deceased, on Washington
Mr. Matt Wal-h. who has -ince hi
lnarriage lived on Twelfth. street, between
Washington anil Commercial avenue-, lias
taken up hi-, residence with hi father-in-law,
Mr. James Johnson, at the
corner of Fourteenth -trect and Commer
If. to our readers, the local and other
new-, pu'iliihed in 'I'm: Hfi.i.Knx this
morning, have a melancholy tone, they
will pleae attribute it to the power of
death which ha prevailed over one of
the pet-' ol our popular !iuliics mali
nger. The young Mis-es in the Mound City
Kpi'copal church choir.together with the
music scholars of Mrs. Goodloe, will give
a Musical Concert In tho cour-e of some
three weeks as a parting honor to K. T.
llewctt for Ills kind and often arduous
service- in the church.
Tlic marriage of Mr. Thomas 15.
Whilledge and Mis Sarah F. Gilbert,
which will take place at the Church of the
Redeemer next Tuesday afternoon at one
o'clock, Is the interesting tuple of conver
sation among the ladies, Ju-t now. They
cannot talk of anything eNe, it is said.
Masquerade costumes for the Delta
City Comet Hand can be procured at
Phil Saup's, corner of Klghth street and
The Improvements ou Halliday
Hrothers' 1 Homing mills, in the up
per part of this city, are pro
gressing lluely. They have added much
new and valuable machinery, including
llftecn new run- of stones, making hi all
twenty runs, having live in use before,
which, we are informed, will be capable
of turning out one thousand barrels of
llour per day.
Two negro boys named Johnson and
Gould, got Into u dispute at the comer ot
Washington avenue and Cros street yes
terday afternoon, hi which they talked
very naughtily to each other. Johnson,
the smaller of the two, said to Gould,
"Nigger eat railroad Iron ; nigger cat
shaveus," which was to much for the ex
asperated Gould too put up with, so lie
went for Ills offender and gave lilm a
sound whooping up,
Tho Grand .Masquerade Hall, given
by the Delta City Cornet Hand, comes oil'
next .Monday, and idl necessary arrange
ments have been made to make It enjoya
ble to everybody.
This morning at about 'J o'clock, Of-
llccrs Mehner and Wooten arrested a
yoiiiigGermau by the iiamool John Wise,
at the' corner of Twentieth street and
Commercial avenue, who hud lu his pos
session a sack containing a lot of rope.
From the different stories told by him the
olllccrs thought it beat to "tako lilm In
out of the cold," They eonllued him In
tho Hotel de McCarthy, nnd the rope Is
now awaiting an owner at the .station
Hy the burning of Messrs. Pollock ,t
Stephens saw and planing mill last Satur
day morning, those gentlemen will lose
over thirty-five thousand dollars, then;
being no In-uranee whatever on either
buildings or machinery. Wp are Inform
ed that llie mills will be rebuilt immedi
ately, the ovvners Mug men who never
A number of the cHImiis of Cairo
have received Invitations to participate In
the grand Murdl Gras celebration at Mem
phis on the ninth of February. After
their display belore the public during the
day. the Memphl will entertain their in
vited guetM at a grand dres ball, at the
New Memphis Theatre. Tlio-e who at
tend from abroad are expect.xl to appear
In full dre-s, and the dress circle of the
theatre will be reserved exclusively for la
dies in full evening toilette. How many
of our people will go to Memphis on the
occasion, we are unable to say, having
heard of but one or two who have ex
prossl their Intention of attending.
Yesterday afternoon, a young gen
tleman well known in this city, while
walking slowly up Klyhth "licet to Com
mercial avenue, saw two of Cairo's falr
e't (laughters pas Hanny's corner, and
having a lew lel-ure moments, thought
he would make haste and catch them and
have n friendly confab. Accordingly, he
quickened his pace, and wa about to
turn the corner nt Haiiny's, when he sud
denly came in contact with an olderlster
of one of the young ladies aforesaid, and
knocked a bundle of dry goods out of
her arm. Of course he was very sorry,
and told the lady so, saying that he was
in a great hurry: that he wanted to see a
gentleman who hadjiist p.is.eil up that
way. She looked at him fur a moment
and then "aid, with a knowing twinkle in
her eye. ''That's not Milllcieutly material
ized," and passed on.
Mrs. Ward, a widow lady living In n
lonely part of that lonely town, Mound
City, wa- tnken III a few week ago, and
when called upon by a lady named Mrs.
Ander-on, was found to be in a suhYiing
and destitute condition. The Mound
City Patriot, in speaking of the unfortu
nate lady, ays : "A widow lady by the
name of Mr-. Ward, witli one child, wa
taken 111 some weeks nj;o. The fact be
came known to Mr. James Ander-on,
who, with a truly noble spirit, minister
ed to her want-. Late one of those cold
nights last week, while Mr. Ander-on
was attending court lu Cairo, the child of
Mrs. Ward reported to Mrs. Anderson
that his mother wa- wor.e. Mr-.. A.
waited upon her Immediately and loimd
It absolutely nece-firy that she should be
removed to wanner quarters. Nothing
d muled by lierloiielines she went home,
got her oldest son and a little hand cart,
and In the dead hour of night put the
ie; woman in the cart mid took her to
her own home. Hy great care and atten
tion Mr. Ward has hi a measure recover
ed, hut we learn ha- received no other
as-i-tanec, and he and her child are
being maintained by Mr. and Mrs. Antler--on."
-I'se PAI'ADISK COAL.
U j ou want fresh oters witbou' pay
ing for the cm and transportation, g.i to
spioatS, Uo Ohio tevee, ami yel tliem by
tbo pill full, fienb every nioiuln;.'. 12-4-t
Try PAKADlSK COAL, the cheap
est and best.
Go to Sproat', 13ft Ohio Lcvce, ar.d
get your oysters by the hundred or can
lrt'sh every morning P.'-l-tl
Try PAl.ADI.SK COAi. forcooking.
Sproat, llSfi OlsioLcvee, ts lurnl-hiog
oysteis In tbo right slupe. Families cau
be suppled in any quantltj lush ever)
inotn iis. fi I if
Order I'Alt ADISK COAL from any
Joe lioLoker Is now in full control of
tbe Washington bakery, and having lean:
ctl the wants of tlio public, Is prepaid! tj
mi ply on call a'l demand- fur French loaf,
lln-ton, I! row n and (Ir.iliam bread, nil I
everything il-o ordinarily found in a llr-t-chsslnk
ty H maintains a fu I sto.'k of
confectioneries, and can, ns well ft any
other dealer lu the city, till all orders lu
that lini', Cakes baked, lroscd or orna
mented on short notice. Spcela latK'Httrm
given to the order of wedding or picnic
All that have tried PAItADlSK
COAL will use no other.
Newiy-lltteii, finely fiirtd-hiit baiber
s'ioii by (leorgo St'dnhou-e, cjrner Com
mercial avenue and Highlit street. Yinr
of praet'ce have yh'en him light hand
tint nukes a smooth shave dtic'titlul. All
ho try bmi once will call ng.du. All the
U'o dully pioork aro kept on his tiblo for
tlio b in lit ol Ins eO'tiiineio, and there is
no ted'ous waiting for turns tf
Olislueli'H to MiirriiiKC.
Happy Iteliel' lor Youiis; Men from tl:e
cftVcts nf Kiror mid Abue In eaily life Man
hood itr.tmed. Iiuprdtnu'iith tu MiniliiKe re
nmvetl. Xcw meiliod of tie.itincnt New und
remarkable remedies Ilooksiiud circulars sent
fur, lu sealed envelopes. .Vd'liewi, IKMVAItll
ASSOCIATION, 111) N Nllllll street, I'lllliulel
plitn, Pa , nu Institution Imviiiffn lil(hi emula
tion for honorable conduct ind pi-orei-bnud
Corrected Daily by K M Slcirns, cominlnslim
nierchant, se,'ietary of the t.alio llonnl of
Klour, ncconlini; to (trade l oouU (K.
Lorn, nilxisl, miektsl "'o
Corn, white, naekwl f'
Dun, mled (iv.uwc
llnin. per ton (ij.ooii
JIi-il, htrani dried ;, s'J 7.1
llnlter, cholrr .Northern roll 'J3o
llnller, clioico onllicrn llllmils 'J(Ki..'lo
Kkk, perilo.en M'Uv
( lirckein, iierdiuen 2 .'' J .VJ
Tin keyn, per doen (.(Sin no
Appb's, cliolce, per li.nrel 8J .Vl.ill a
Apples, n.nnii'ni, perlmrrtl JOO.'.' 7'i
Potatoes, iiu lnrnl h.).i;iii
llnlnns, lierliiriel i HU'il m
lliiekwhtat Hour M-VJ
Itio tin ,v W ,u
.iriiu IteiiK-ly will nut efl'ectnally rraillcale from
the ylem. Onlv Meejitit fur full dluvlions I'll
compoiliidin llie iniillclne. kaliliictloii rhw
nntirii or money refiindisl, AiMiv.ss It. W,
ItUM.slU.I., .Mineral !iiuits, Ohio,
iiiVKTJiiiaYirit ujiiet u'umcujiliiis.
stfi. eeh v will I'r'r LI.I, mallJ l, mi; vni,. I
IKIm.kI Ctuiul, :tlMl fi,n,, Tin FrwoiuC
Miwn.siBfrr.mCu., mStninj, Nw Vvik I
Business on the river at this port
was very dull yesterday, there being no
arrivals. The Pat Claiborne and Ark,
which boats have been laid up at the
wharf, departed, the former going to Kv
ansville, and the latter to Pittsburg.
The weather ycterdy was delight
ful all day, the un shining brightly,
with scarcely any wind. The streets are
gradually (haw lug out, and a muddy
lime Is expected for the next six week.
The Ohio went down nine Indies and
a half, and was still falling. Therlveriit
this point is nlino-t clear of lee.
The gorge In the MM'tlpp! gave
way about three o'clock last night, tak
ing with It In its downward course the
ferry-boat Selnie. of thcGrccnlleld ferry
line, and up to the present time uotnlng
has been heard of her.
W'aii liKi'vnr.Mr.NT, IIivkii Ui-.i-ont, 1
M lmls ..
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCIH.NDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledged li all sood Musicians to lie the
best I'iuitu now made.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo have si', over )i duruiir
twelve P.ir- pa--, becoming mure and more
popular every i'av.
SMITH'S AMERICAN OlUl.AX.
S.ilo did tone, Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A pi v line lii'trum-Mit, adapted to In-tru-in
utal as well u- vocal iiin-l".
A i.i. tiii: Alton; auk om:iti;i os
Kisy Monthly Payment, at low lU'tires
rcgardl .s. of I, st Prices.
In (.'real arlvty, lncliulhi all 1 1 its n,",v
nnd pepulir iuulo ot thi ilav.
Olders from thr Countl)
promptly tilled runt -cut
VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS,
ACCOMJEOXS, CLAIM NETS
FltKNXH II. IIP
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Punished to Order.
STRINGS FOR VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.,
(It the lkit ijllality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for Piano or Voice.
r-J"l'ery description of Muslcd Mi r
'haudistt furulMieil to order, promptly and
at price- lower tlun cur ollered before.
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ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
List of these beaitillitl groupo.
All G:5(U Wari'tinted as Represented.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAR,
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! I
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholesale and Itetiill Healers lu
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
At Hulen & Wilson's, CornorTwelfth St.
and Ohio Lovoo.
Wl'. will; run an Ice whjjou llnoncliout the
.seiisnii, ilellveiliiK pine Lite ice in any
pint nf the city ut the luwe.t inaiket price, und
will hIki turnlli iiurfiieniU out dile the city u llh
ce by the cake or car load, packed In nuvvdiut
or shipment to unv ilUt.iiKc.
AMI 1IKAI.KII IM
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Egga, Northern Butter, &o.
Botvoen Washliidton omt Commorclal
53-tIoods d l'uv fiec. of charge.
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppone the policies ol tbe
Itepubllcin pirty, and refiisn to be tram
nulled by the dictation of nnycllipio hi thu
It believes that the Republican party has
fait!. led Its mbilon, and that thu Demo
cratic party as now organized should be re
stored to power.
It believes the Hull cal tyranny that has
fer several yea-s oppressed the South
should be overthrown and the neoile of the
Southern Pt.itct penuitted to control their
own .i Hal is. (
It believes that railroad corporations
shou'.d bo irohiblted by IrgVnilvc enact-
m nts from extorting and unjusfy ihicrlm-
lnatlnt; In their business traiuactlons with
It recognize the cmi.illty of all men be.
fore the law.
It advocate frco commerce larllf for
It advocates resumption of .pccir pay
ment, ami honest piymcnWSMbo public
It advocates economy in the adiiiiuistra-
tlon of public atl'iitrs.
AS A NEWSPAPER
The llullctiu will puuHu all tho Ireal uew
o Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, Po
litical, Poi'iiu and General Nes, and en
deavor to plcaso nil tastes anil interest al.
- T II K
Is a thlrly-'.wo column papir, (urmdied to
Mib ctibarj for the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
I'O'tige luopabl. It Is the clieapcst parer
In the West, und Is a pleiolnj,- 1'lrcMde
Visitor and K.milly Couipaniou.
C.iuuot full to icu tbo unrivaled imliii
racuts ollered by The Ilulletin in tho way
of cheap and prollt iblo advcrllicment'.
Spend Your Money
that you wit get It nil buck In rcnl lolld oom
fort, by InrcsUnft It in on of our
Fmon for ids ine out wonderfully Slronif,
I'll Hfiint and Cnlforni Ilent nt n
Small Cost of Fuel.
CkaTSimplo in construction, oaai
ly managed, carefully mado of tho
very beat mntcrials, always has
lirht-rato draft, and guaranteed to
givo Batlsfuction cverywhoro and
under all circumstances.
Excolnlor Maiifaotnrinc Compnuy,
012 and 014 N. Main St. St Louts, Mo.
I.NSI KA. i:.
C. N. HUGHES,
Over Mathuu & Uhl'a.
NON'i; but Kirat-C'las Ciiinpanie' npre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
13 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-stsirt.
Tho OKlsHt KstnbllsluiU Atrency In South
ern lllinoio, renresentliKf over
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, lor shipment,
promptly attonded to.
UrjjrTo largo consumors and all
manufacturers, wo nro proparcd
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAII'.O CITY COAL COMPANY.
5l-llnllldiy Iti'i ' nilice, So TOOhloI.fVee
J -llnllldiiy Hi" 'a tthariboal
t t-'.t i:Kptlun .Mill., or
S -.U llie i oul iiiuii, foot or Thltty-Klght
.fPust mUcl Drawer, 2W.
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
&5r COAL -t
"I.TIT constantly on hand nt llo' Yrd,
.IV Cnnmieiclal venue, oiipolte llrii'
iilei promptly filled
I mil mid wimil drllieiisl free of cluuirr
'Icrnn (tilcllr chh 517-10-CmS
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
to wii nit. niAfii;1 itr.ciPKi. or, ix-
KUtMATKlX KOlt KVKItVUODY, in every
eimnty lu (lie I'liltcd ftMei nK LmmiUiH Kn
larucd hy the I'nlillnher to IMS pgri It eon
tnlim out 3,0iM hoiit, hold itripet, und it (lilted
to nil chii.nr! and conditions of aoolrty A
womlernil louk and li'in.eliolJ nreailly U
IU ut tliUt. Lirwitiul InducomtuU Yr of
luvd Ui book ngviiU. hUU'l oopU tn by
null, pott pula, (or li. Cxcliulir tcrritbty
irii. AjcynU nolo thnu dovtU lliilr in7
liWmM.nU. CIIASK'8 S1EAM FUISTrMJ
t!OUK, ANN AltllOH MP.Il. I7MI.-Wi