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SECRET SOCIETIES.
AcAl.n I.ohur.. o r.i
WW KmIkIiIk "I I'ylhliM, inreU every Vt-
j U.iv nlKlit nt lutir-inut Mien, in OWl'
I L-..lt.. I ft-1l I' I.'
t li.mnltor l.oininiiiKlrr
At t'YAVlll ll l.oixii:. No Ml
Ili'lti-onMi nl unitriii wtm-rei-
; I..... ...... aun1 'IlilifAil'iv lilitlit
nl in r-luni Hin i in nii'ir miitm
i.oiriliH'rcini all-mil', iieiween nam nnu ri-iiiiiii
trMt ill.UN II Momma, K. CI
' I.Mltd liNCAMI'.UKXT, I. O. O f.,lwet
Jn OiHI-felloiv' 11.111 imllii' UrMuiMl Ihlnl
'niea'lny In eiery moiithi at 1 1 n I r-1 a t scon
(' K SjLAlK, U. I'
ACAitiot.onin;, no irw.A.f aa:.m
I I. .1.1 K......I.... ...... .!llt. ..... 1.. l
Vxcoiili' Hull, rurnrr Imnnirrelil nirniip
' 'and I'.iirhtli fliwt, on the wMil ami
fourth Mneuy urntili uunlli
LOCAL NOTICES.
I'liriiillHC Cunt.
'Hit' boM lor unites Mciim or bluok-
snilt I tti i r-
I'l-CHlt SlllltllV.
.Mr. 1. Kltgi-rnM liaijii- reddled nml
hn on fale at hl sales room a large Mock
of English ale, porter, llomiey brandy
nml wltii-i, ami llipion of all Llndi, which
lio will ilijiioic or at reasonable riro..
..lO-fl-aV-tf.
(lull I 'iniilr.
Oool tin In ronim on il e upjcr lloor at
Ihc Saint Chatloi imbchad, wMi board,
at tlic vi'iy tow rate of P-f) per month
JVcw Lumber Vitril.
Uhurle I.nmtr and Newton lllee,
Loth well l.nowu to our citlneus and
to ilur man jienerallj-, ho cs
tablbhed h tittittpr yard In Cairo, corner of
lxtemli -itrNt mid i.'oimnerrhtl avemtt.
I'hrjr w III keep evt-rj description of build
in material ami Meamboat lumber, door-,
u-li, lMIni-, loniililln", h Initios lath, tie.,
tc, and are determined to m-II lower than
lumbar ha ever lieen m'd In Cairo. They
olllt a fair trial from Heaitilio.it men ami
iiulhlt'rs and piiaraii'.u- satl-factlon In all
4M. aM0-U7-tf.
OYSTERS I OYSTERS ! !
Culm Itllterprise.
Sjiroftt, ISTa Ohio lm; I rrpvln? Xew
OrloatM nj'-'OM ccrj morning in bulk. It
U maklny hl own an and piektnj hl
jwn ojitrrs thereby avoiding th oxorbf
'iHU oiunji for trafiiiiortatloM, ami laena
.toil to fuml-h a better article at a li
ii lce (ban any oilier dealer, l'atronlio a
liom InulliiUon, wid bottoflt yourolf.
Je-lM-tf.
Mirtur fur ltPttt.
A eontAtrtaMo frame liouae nf -x
moms, nut honvn and ffixxl i-tini on
l wolflh atrwt. liK)tiln; of .1. It. I'ldllK
Iffl-l-Sl-au
'iinplltlon lii tlir 1.1 1 or 'I rmlp.
Mr-i. ). tie Cil'tiini. Viuv I judiIii--h,
No 12, Potirti ftrott.hetn-efn Wavblngton
mil UomHtenlala'mie, dno al' k mli of
iiiii'inIeoitUnt lrj- work lor lad n and
.'Mil enifla, flutlnff. . (Jinttein-ti'i -blrta
abediiM i ulMinl. Sluzlt tilrt auil put
i.ir, Itkt ii.riluacn xix k. .V: two col
hr, 6 tw i hn'!kerohlc, .V; veil SJc;
a'.il a'l ;oBtleMn wear. We. pir
dozen. IjhIIph' iMvwer, to Mr;
.klrtl) ti f, ilrawan 10 to t&a; two
i air hf f e: to coWa'6 to ire. r'or telle-.'
plain etab til 00 prr doaen; (or 1
itloit fltie L'lotbff, $1 1' ptr dozen; dime
.rinijitlr, and promptly, dolivered.
rf)iKio nlMted.
ItiM-i-d I in.
I'ntir KvlN.
Wlievrr liaMlu lly usii any nViLiilli'
prrparitlon a uu - appitl.cr" will Ihj
likely 1 1 Milter fr in lour cll-, l.: an over
pin. of foml In l hi-1. omai'h,lmpalri)daliiltly
lo dli-ct li,,t!id pant; f dyppila, and a
loptor'n Mil. Int. Vai.k f.u'.i Vi-oirr iu.k
i.NKOAtt II.T1KI:-, tho ureal Toetotal He--toratlvo
of the agp, without over-tlmu.
lutlnK the palate or Irltatltig the tloin:icti,
luijmit'. a liral lifnl appe'ltu. proniotpa ill-(-0.
tlon, 'cnlatP- the II i it at d hou ol , purl
lie tbo MoihI, and llill. In-Iiail of pritail
lo u re; ili, poufur lottr inihtimililebcnpllt-i.
MS Iw.
I'lirmlNi' pool.
I'm' Irani iiilplinr tind otlior linpiiritii-s.
Daily T.iihpIi.
He nrye I.itlm r corner of I'o'irt'onth and
Wasliinion livenuo, will fu'iiUh lie oalter,
ery day to hN ptro:i a No, 1 much, 1m
twuoti tliehottriiof Ipii and twelve o'plopk.
I'ruh Milwaukee lieer and frnraiit 11 ivana
clsarn to bu had at hN liar at nil time.
M aiitpil.
I'lfty tn Scvi'it)-flvo il'dl-trs por men: li .
Agcnti wantod uveryvfLere. Teac'ioi-i, la-1I'-M,
t,"''it i, etc , olo. No capltil or out
lay ruipilred. Sen I 20 crntn ftr o-te on
imtllt, to U. (.'. Wl.l I'll MAN',
tl InlnSfitioii. Union Coiinly, Ohio.
IViiilerN Inlliry.
f Ippii l-'ihlays ami Saturday oxi.v.
Iill-MIMU
.fllisilli'i'(lp ltlill Tli-Kpt I.
'l'Iclcfts to tho ;raiil imwiiiiprtido hall,
tolii'hi'ii by llicDidlaCity Coint't Hand,
can lio piouiii'i'd at K. A W.ltink'r Hio-.,
.). lltirjierV, I'lill .'"lUipV, M, .1. JIHinii
Ipv's mid I'uiil (!. Schuh'-j ilini; .-.tilled.
(Jot your uiitiki nml poliiini'. i-piuly in
tlirif. .'oM3irrrr.r..
jso-i-20-::i.
Mllk'P ill' IINxoltllloii.
Tlii; p.ii tiii'i -lilp licivloli)rtM'.iii;li('
rwppii C'lnn. I!. Xuulaiiil tun I .lauu'-i K.
Itfiuili', lias llil- day lii-un diolvi'il by
uiuliiul poiifoiit, C. II. Nowlaiiili'olki'llii;
all lilIU iluu lli.' linn mid p:iy!n.r nil
lll'llt. il. II. Xl'.U I.A.MI.
.1. ... Hkn.nii:.
h.tino, Jtuiunry 10, l7o. 1-21
I'm-Sal p.
A yuuns; hoi'Mi I yuan nil la-t May
vorU kli,j;l or doublci will be no!il on fl
nonlhs' tltuo noUi with good t-Pi'Urlty,
Apply at 'I'll A Hum.ktin ollloo.
I'.llillllsp ('mil.
Tho liot In tlm Statu for cookliij,',
rale-, .'tovef. or flwini,
(iasiiml liio.mi rut in a:.
Cliarloi) II. Newliuul U prcpand to do ill
l.luiN if Kah 1U11' HPam lUtln, icpnlrlng
imnips, drlvln,' wel'i, bill IiiiIiis, etc.,
tfhop on (Joinmerclal Avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth trci'U. 18M'2'.-lw.
Iluvln? Riven up my oil etand fin tho
levee iicil taken Kcohler & Uro'it sh p. on
Eighth street, I dull ho p'.cpaied to sup
ply tho citizens of Calm with the ben
mean tho market ndbrdt. l'too call and
aee me. l'lia. llow.Mtu.
SL'XDA V, .lANI'AIIY 21. 1875.
LdpiiI M'l-iitlifr ltrioil.
'.uko, Im... .lAnutry XI, lTJ.
Haic. I Tun. I Wish I Vtu I Wmihck
'1 IMK.
7 a in
II '
'.' p in.
30 i!Ti S7 (;nlin. o f ull-
.V I S. It. I 4 i K.lr.
W.lMt U ; X. ! 4 ; Clowty
THOMAS .IOSU8, Olfw.TW.
iileil.
y'u rcjjrpt lu nniioiiiico Hint Mr. .Inpisa
I'lpiniiiliiloioiuoiv. Hp dlinl lnt nllit
at 10 o'ulopk, of piiuuiiMMiln. Hf win In
tin; Mill yenroriiUa;fP.
I'i-roiiiit.
' I'urul," Hip taiiuma cfnTa'pondciit
of tlii' Clilaix' Wttwiw U In tho city, ami
inlliil Mt'TiiR JtrM.irnx olllei yi'ti'r
ilay. Di-rllnpil.
' tee by tin hint eopy of the ('liliaijcn
MTor,ilmttliP l.'i-v Dr. Thayer of thin
pity, Iih (leclliicil tlie mil to nmitlior -tomtc.
recently I'Mi tideil to lilm. TliU,
we iiiler-t!iil, l not the flrt time that
tlio Doplor lia pimipIiiiIpiI t Uiy with n,
when lw had hmnl nifil twlvl ollwr
and IoikIit call".
I'oi .!!, nr.
.Mr. .lolin II. I'hlllU I nmioiiniil as a
rnuiliiluti! for .layor. The Himoiinpt'
ineiit, oopled fr.ini The San, will be loitml
pwhen: In tlii" i-iie of Tun IIi'li.f.iix.
Il is made by "Muny Cltlzi'iH," and w-p
are not iiiforiiied whether by Mr. I'liHHa'
aulliorllv. Mr. I'iilllli would niaki! h
"oml Mnvor, mid If In-luU'ti'U lortiu will
ffo Into Hip iNiiVn Willi piM-rjfy.
I'otloiiH unit Slilrllns I.Iiipiis.
Stunrt it (ilioNon ainioiiiici- new ar
rival nl' tin- ubino iiaiupil ;;ood, and
tnhi' pluH'tin in Mating Hal tl-y uiu the
cht-njM'nt ooil-i wlili'b tliy liavu over
owned. IiiuiekpppiM ilioulil buy these
oultoii" now, a price are tnilltir up-
wnrd. 'I lu-y may m-wr be clieajiaKnlii.
I!i'iM.iiilj-r till- ladkv, buy whlh- kj-tire
clump. Our "toek i(Miijir(asall tin- lead-
In? brand, w hicli wo ollVr at iimimtHPtur-
ew' prlctM. 1-21-IU
Ki'litCiinti.
Itclilwut erlccn thU morning, at 101
o'chx-k, and till cvculuy, at 7: 30 o'clock,
at tlie church of the Iicdomner.eonilii ti-d
by Ilittor OlHiert.
I'.i-lfttiijua amicw at il. K. Clmrcli
thU morning ami I'vciiliiy, n imijil.
3Tltt will be held at the 'tvby-
tcriaii ehun'h to-Uy. iiioruinx and oven
I no;, at tlw imtial hour of rervhv. The
jiiib)ei"t of the morning dleulou will Im
"The I'roto Martyr." In tli-i cveiiln?
the aoliject will b " The Ktnbelllihinpnu
of the Klnjcw of CJchI."
I ii tl.e Hi-, r.-.
TwIay evwitnff. ao:it fire o'clock,
thn.i' Mnuue yi ntlpiiK-n ltallhtx lrom no
one liiiowa wlK-rr. who wen? Kcn loiter
lux altotit tltr comer ot KUjith ifmit ami
Ohio I.evep during Hip entire day, Uevamo
tired of tin1 winery urfonndinp thetn,
and wiiiImI tn4r way Id (he Ohio river,
whi-rv ilii-y beiran In wnreh for a Iilff
that they inhrht ero-a over to Ken
tucky. Afli-r aonrelilnjf for otue tlino
tliey eiini! geroH tbi envted ol.JiH-t, cut
It loon Ironi It fali'iilii-,
ami bcnu to pull awav
for tint opp. mile !ioro. All weut weft
until they had rancliinl a jMjtut alKiut Ilf
lini yard? from tin1 "lion', whwi iiilih'ii
ly, nml much to tlie iurprio of tlie pa
enciV". the Imat eapkl-d. -pilllng ItV
carjfn Into the water. Two of the crew,
fortunately for the ihlnl one, Ik'Iii fklll-
i d In tho art of Kwimmlno;, Pttciwvdeil after
consldenibb' lloiiiuleriiitf about in the
river, in Pttlnr tilt -klfl rlht Mile tiji,
placod tlu'lr jiartner onboard and pad
dliil to thi'Mioiv, where llicy icinalupil,
not having the h:a-t dcitin' to make an
other trial.
CIRCUIT COURT.
fiiiluiilny, Jiuiiinry mtcl, IhTS.
Tho attorney for Hie city, and tbofo
for the defence, oeeupleil the entiio day
In arguln? the Ohio levee iitw-iuent
milt- Some inloiiUliment wa crcnkil.
when tho Juror- anno to tlieir feet, leav
ing their chair bphiml them, a- they hud
Imhmi sittlnjr upon these cnMss inee hi-t
Tiionday, and it wa Mippo-nl the Juroi
and chair hnd evolutcd into one body.
The juror- having fallen Into lazy liabiu
during tlie pat week, they aro not ox
pec.teil lo bring In ilior cnllrt for evenil
days.
Court adjourned to nuct at thecoiirt
liou-e next Moiiilay uioriilng, niueli lo
the gralllhaitloii of the olllcors of court,
but to the ill-i!Oinlltiirc ol the attorney,
all of whom live "down town," and eou
ti'iupl.ite prayiugan luiiiietlou, toeompel
the holding of com I iicatvr tiouu.
I.uwyei'i are great talkers hut poor
walker-.
The i'nlleo I'ail.v.
The calico patty given by tlie Thallan
club of IliU city at the St. Charle- Hotel
lat I'l'Iday night. a a thorough mic-ne-'i.
The uunibi'i' of gentlemen and ladle-
present was larger than at any for
mer eiiterlaliinu'iit given by this club this
Hnsou. At about eight o'clock the
gue-ts began to as-emble, ami by
the liour et (or forming to go to the
dancing hall, iilui) o'clock, the parlors
of tho hotel were lllleil to overllowlng
with the youth and beauty of our city,
docked In neat mid pretty calico driven,
and cuts cut and made lit tho lato-l ap
proved idylo. We ay that the codunuw
wcro pretty, hut thU dms not do Jii-lh:o
to m my of them worn Hi U wvrc really
luautllul, and drew forth Haiti ring com
pUnK'Hts from every pewon In the room.
When tlm procoRlou was form
ed and reidy to move Jlo the
hall, it was indeed nil ngroeabh)
fwim to look upon, which told very
plainly that all who p trlli'!pited euo,vcd
It greatly. Dancing ciiminoiieed liiiinu
ill'.tely after the arrival of th guu-t nt
tho hall, and was can led on without
Interruption until tho programme nr
Miigi'd by the eoinmlltee had bc'it gone
through wllh, which occupied tlii-lr time
until within n few iiihiniles of two
o'clocl,, when tin' parly broke up.
Torty-live cottplisa were present, which
Is pronounced by Ihow who know, to
have been tlie large! number of poion
that hasutU'iided any party yet given by
Hits club, or wlm Iimvo participated hi
any party k'vcii nt the Si.ChnrleM for
over two years The Tballaus feel
Iilghly clatiil over their .itiue.
Xcnrlyii Itmiueslle T ro,';i'il J .
Wo learn of a Utile pcrape which oc
curred at the lauding of the Mlislipi
Central railroad, between two
gcnlh'tneii ami it lady, the
particular of whlpli are Hie-e: A cer
tain young gentleman, mi cinployc of that
road, wlm hat been boarding with a gen
tleman ttenr the lauding, for aomu 'time
pat, ha been on very Imnllinr teniiK
wllh the indy or the lioue. The land
lord until recently did not mi-pect hl
wife of Inlldcllty, but one evening iRst
week, tin- three wen in Hie lioifo In
conversation, when Hie young nianm-orc
and till the room. He lind bieti
gone but n few moment
when (he lady abo nro-u and
left the room, leaving lier IiiisImihI nlone.
Hp waltiil lor aonie lime, expecting her
to return, but Mie did not put in an np
piwraiioc. m ho went m "enrehof her, go
lug into the yard, where, to hU mrpi-No,
ho IcMind the object of hi Mmrch hi onm-
(! couvoniHtloii with their bonnier. He
mw and heard eiiotigli lo couviiui
him that there wa oinuthlng more than
men! frloneUliIji exlutlng lietwecn the
two, retuneil to the houe, proomvil a
revolver, went back to wberlie could
draw a bead on the dc-troyer ofhi Imp
plnea, mid Jlred two or three liots ut
him, now of which, however, look
oftVt on hU iiiiendiil victim, who, when
he had -iilllcii'iitly n-coicrod Irom Hie
anrprlM enuscd by tlm Midden
turn of nll'airs got up and
got, making jrood hi- eeapc. Our
informant tells tu that he went direct to
lack-on, Miv-U-lppl, ami prevailed on a
frh-nd who undertood tlie ilutle) which
he hlnifeelf had to perlorin at bis olllee,
lo coiui! to the landing oppoalto Him city
and Uk charge orhUaffaiM, and that ho
I "till at.lack-on. The woman, itiaid.
a oona be found Ihat bo hail been
ilulectwl by her liiuband. had him put
umk'r Iwud to keep the jieae, thus put
thig an end to any plan of vengeauoo that
Itc may have cunoocteil. Thia 1? the ttory
that i-. going the rounds of the city, but
how much truth there I In it vie are
unable to kiv.
In Jii'nmiinni.
With adn.H that rcemblr sorrow a
Hie mUtreetubk- rain we announce the.
uiM'XiieetesI death of the raltle-oake-pet
of Uie iSuine Manager of this large and
enthunWtic eatablUhmsnt. With tear
rolling dow n Id cliwk he told u the
new on l'riday afternoon. TliU im!;e
w nn elepliant In iu way and IU ownr
waa a Iamb In patleul. lie trutteil It
with n tiiother'a care ; fed It on cream
and mice, and played his Mute for tu en
tertainment In the ewnings he had to
Hpan- from more aginblc eoinpany. It
became uiu affectionate, and would wng
lt tail like a well-pleased dog when Its
niii-ter .'inoothiil it In.-ad with Id hnml ;
ami it had lenrnpil to rattle a tinier fur It-nia-ter'
deIi'ctalion-,,Some one lo Uive,"
and "Don't lie Angry With Me, Iar
Ilng," being favoritiv. Iu gambol- on
the carp t were really amu-ing. It
would -land on it tall n-. the snake In tlie
gMtilen did. roll like a hoof and bow
tovidtors with Hie mot stately courtesy.
It wa. hi horl a devil of a miake, and n
strong atMi'huient existiil be
tween It and Its owner. When
It died he wept like a
chlld.iiud giving way to poetical emo
tions pro.lueed tit" billowing:
K.ovuell lo ttie, .Snaky, I'm ami now yon'r
now.
A o. I I iiintirn for time. -MiAky, with Iwn,
I invrr Iwiv hwl you'r klml hi my bantu,
Hut l'MJclHriitrtr-lllH-e, pu.iky, Kir yi'irs.
l!itll.
Kirewdl u lhf, iinky, I'm aU now yon'r
Hone,
I'm' yon were n ik aiuiic ukm,
And I Hour law iwn uue of your klml
With a tall ntiv M greit on Die li ikm.
lUtllu.
Some one lo love I iliul fur unlll
or thy ull tbe (Wiitt mule 1 liinlt
Aixl It charinail meat uiiioh aail 1 mUVr tnlnk
mini!
Tlimi the -ItriT Comet or tho .song of a bint.
Ilimlc.
1 1 ut you'r ?ni from liik, snaky,inlMliotilmll I
do?
Who, wlio thy warm plane hi mv boom lmll
take
I know not; I uue noti unit a void will tue
dure
Kor a Ubr liol was lf( whn iWttli gohUIml
tins', -naki-.
It.ittle.
Murder Xe.'ir 'nstor lite. Mo.
(gillie an excitement was rabed at tlie
depot of the ( 'aim, Arl,iinas and Texa
railroad depot, at Charleston, a few day
ago, iiy the arrest ol a man by the shurill
of that e.uuity, charg 'dwith the murder
of a Inly at ('.wtoi'vlUe, Missouri, ti day
or two pivvlou-. The man when nr
rcitcd, w.ts bare-himdud and nearly fro
wn, having wandered around In tho
woods all tlie day, In Ills endeavors to
e-enpe the wrath of a vigilance commit
tee who were lu ,-enrch of htm. A t two
dlllerent Matioits between Castonillo and
Chart ;ton, the train was boarded by a
parly of armed men looking for tho miir
derer; they could not llnil htm, but
we lire told, that not nioro
than twenty minutes after tho
vigilant boarded the train at the
last station heloi'O reaching Chaiioston,
tho guilty party put In his appearance.
A soon as tho conductor was aatUllcd
that he had the light man, he sont word
to Hie Mieiill at Charleston luforiiiliig
him of the fact, and unking him to bn at
thi' Gallon to tnko charge of him upon
tho arrival of the. train. ThosIierllV com
plied wiili tliu ivipipst, and tliu murilcrrr
is now In i-.il'e keeilng,' The lacU
In relation to tin murder, ,ns
near as we cuii learn, are a
followi : The victim owned u country
store at Ca-torvllk', which nIio attended
to hnr"f, dealing out attkioR to her ctts-
loiner. etc., ami on last Monday.tb- man
nrrMted went to Hie More, purchased
some good, nml talked in a very friendly
manner with the proprIutri-A, alter
which he went out, but returned in a
"rt time and llngi rrd around the nlorn
nonrly nil day, thus becoming acquainted
with (he pliicij In whloh Iip kept her
earnings. When he wa sntlMled that ho
know all about her iirfttlrs, nml wlicn the
woman win bii'lly engaged, he killed
her, lobbed tho houe of everything of
value that he could conocul on his per
.'on, and left the town.
(IpikthI lieini.
Tho largest irtoek ofkld glove In tho
city nt Stownrlit OhoNon'-. 1-21-lt
I)r. l'nyno A ('lurk, lii turers and
phyIi!lnns, will coinmenei' a icrlea of
lectures nt tho Atlieneum to-thorrow
night, on ill-con, of the heart, lungs
throat, etc. See mlvcrtl-cniciit el-sf-wliere.
If your : servants will n r-it in call
Ing I lie young Ui11p of the family by
t heir ilrt iininw, liy a tumbler, or
a tencupor aotnethlng of that kind nt
tin-It- head". Thnt' the way It's; done in
Cairo, and It wmlin lohuaiiell'i'ctu.ilcitre.
TIhtc I no ue in being ImjIIi tciI with
Infolent 'trt-anta when tliev win lie
taughtobedIeins3ltigiii.il nu easy man
tier.
-Tlioxe luring baie-bnrner aUive have
found Jut wliat lliey want In I'AltA
I)lr!l5 fOAI..
MaMjuerade eo-tuine fur lira Drltn
Cily Comet Hind can Im procured at
I'hll SaupV, corner of Kightli airrvl and
Wushlngton avetiup, j
llcmcinber that Stewart 1 Cihol'oti
Ufft tlie bet toi'k of bleaeliexl tind brown
cotton- and hirtlng linen- in tliu city,
and Hint thi-ir price- are tho lout.
1-21-lt.
rThere ha- liteu war. A tep-tnoHier
trknl to w hip one of the ilrtUghteiK,nd alio
thought it win not i.uHlelently mnterlal
toil, im Hie daughter, awl-ted by her Mu
ter, whuiisl on Heir ivipecteil parent
ami pulled her hair, lapped her facp.etc..
all of w hich wo n porliil to the head of
Hie family by Hie wife, and now tho
young ladles are compelled to gain their
livelihood by the sweat ol tlitrfr brow. In
our opinion, this won a very Utile alliilr
lo raise o nineh fiis about. Wt lmve
seen a mother, and not a t iHiiot!ier
eltlier. knocked down with adi lipan, by
her own daughter, and there w Maii't half
so much done about it.
The O'raiHl Maiqueradc Ball, given
by the Delta City Cornet Rand, come oil'
next Monday, and all iiccesfary arrange
ment have been made to make it enjoya
ble to everybody.
Stewart A. OboisOU are ofterlug an
excellent stock of ludle'. gent' slid
eliildren' underwear and hoiery at a
groat aacriilee from former prices.
1-il-It
Ilemembcr tlie Oraml Mnfiueraik'
null, to le given by the Delta Cily Cornet
Hand next Monday. All per-ons holding
ticket are entitled to nehanee lu a silver
oomblnatlon Caktor to bn itiIIIimI oil' on
that oocn-nloti.
Itetrencliniaitl.
Mr Eiiitok : I liave wi a good many
remarks In tlie greni I.eveo I.uuilnary iu
regard to retrenchment. koine ofwhlcli
havu oundod to me more like the eu.c
hw twaddle of nu old woman, than nrtl
clos from the pi n of the great Demosthe
nes. Mine Hie adoption of Alderman
Halllilny's jcwjlnHon by tlie City Council
there haabein a good deal of discussion
of the oueMlon of retrenchment, hjut I
hae seen untbliig that witinded anything
like nason. excepting what I have seen in
the IlL'Lt.irrix.
.Vow my idea i this : I think there U
room for retreiiolitnent In a gooil many
ways which have not lieen tidkml of at
nil, hut, to talk of combining the oftlcer
of Jailor, Chief of Police and Street
.Superintendent, as advocated by the Suh,
I simply foolishness to y tho leant ol It.
It is triu) that tho duties ol' Hie olllcu of
Comptroller could be devolved on the
Clerk, ami although I think the Chrk
has more work to do than any officer of
the city, I have no doubt that he could
also purform the dutii of Comptroller.
A far a the ottlce of btroet Superin
tendent Is concerned 1 am nitlMled that
ho has served the city a good deal more
than hi- wilary amounts to, hi moieways
tliau one, but they might dlapoii-u with
hU MTviciB for ono or two years and -oe
how It would work ; hut I am initialled
that they would be the loam thereby.
As lor wilarie : I think tho Mayor's
salary should bo reduced to, say $ftO() per
annum, and I think the Mihirk- of the
Chief of Police and City ( lerk should lie
reduced to, guy $00 or jl.lXMi iter year,
and that the (salaries of the police should
bi reduced to, say $60 pr mouth,
and Ihcro are tho street laborer, their
wage should becut down to. say St 00
per day.
The foregoing tlgiirce.nllhnugha great
reduction to thecity, would not hen hanl
hlptothi' various nlHecr named, ex
oi'pt probably the mayor, lucait-o under
the old regime when scrip was at n ill
count of lrom loto HO Mirient., their snt
arle did not net them more than the
amount named. Their has been but little
talk of reducing the Treasurer's Hilary,
and 1 think that that Is right. 1 think he
earns his salary, and It U not every one
w ho can give the tvipililto bond of about
$73,000.
Now, Mr. Editor, not only In tho sala
ries should thi'retreiiiiiineui bo made, hut
in every expenditure of tho city both
grout mid small. 1 might cniunerato
soiiio of theiii, hut think that I have said
enough. .More anon. Ji'M'UT..
Juo lti)Lcl;:r Isnow hi fulleontiol ol
tho Washington lukoiy, and haviiii; le&rn
ed thu want of tbo public, Is prepared to
suj ply on call ai deiiiaiid for Froiieh hmf,
lloitmi, Ilrown and (indium bread, nud
cvrrylhliifc' iio ordinarily found In n llrat
clabk iy. IU inalntaliis a luiMoikof
eouteilioiii ilc, aid euu, rs well ra nrj
ollirr dialer l.i the uity,
fill all orders In
that Hip, Cnkrs baked, troted or or ta
mcatcd on hott cotlj. tificci.i Inttciillou
idvouto tho orders of wcddiugor plonle
piutlts O-lMf.
Letter I.tsl.
The following fin ll,t of letters re
maining uncalled for In the Post Ollleo at
Cairo, III., January 2:1. 1875 :
ladies' i.iu.
RUN Ottle S.
PeruiKou Klin.
Ilartmau Julia.
KlngS. M., Klinbrongh Kiln. .
MorryiiiBim Kmlly, MtCounel Mr?. W.
II.
Prleo-Anii, Pyutt Helena.
Stephens Maria, Stockly S. 0."
Tlioiiias A. J.
uium.nMK.N's.i.bsr.
Artor Clnw., Alien W. II.
Ilutler Annstead, Roll K. .M.s Ilrook
P. O.. llally J. N., 11,-iy Dr. I... llarrett
Thos., Ilentluy IV. if., Henneft Tlioe.
Cox Chas., Curntn John. Campbell J.
W., Champion 1... Crnptcr M. II., Cnlln
ban . P.
DtinlapJ., Doty J. I!.. D.ivla WHIN.
Palis Mr.. Pnimer II., Pleming, J.M.,
FlrH W. W., Pergu.ini, Tho.
tfiie J., Oaten Jnim-, Onynt X.
llniidy Geo. Hallow ell .1.. llemlprou
J. 15., Italic SlepliKnc, ( I), Ilenlon, W
Jackson Cnttg, Jewidl Win.
ICunwler C, Kliionn J.
Long Chiw.. Lellrbre .!-.
.McKay Align s., Martin Henrv.Mlller
John.MrConiilek John. Murray MWi'l,
.Mlnchln Jlich'l, McC'riltor P.. Mellugh
u iu.. juuiii win.
Pliulp Clmrle. l'alts Charles, Pellcy
C. A., Peter. Geo. W., Parker V. C. 1'al
lnl, John.
Uock Andrew. Itir Thos. Iltxlbiirn
W. 'V.
Scott II. IC, aiirwlc A. T., Spencer K.
T.. Hnilth II. II. O.. Snbin Hank. Snniil.
ling J. .Scully T. l!..Htewart W.O.. Smith
W. H.
I homas Jno. II. A Co.
Wfllbitmm H., Winkler laac, Wallace
J. II., Wlnilln Jno.. 'o.ton W. It.
XolIerG.
1Vioiis calling for lhe? letter- will
pleac any "ndiertliil.
Oko. W. McKiiAto, P. M.
SPEClALjiOTICES.
-Use PAPA DISK COAL.
Kvuryone who would like to enjov a
plcaaut evening should not lull to attend
the Deltt Cornet Hand Maqucnde Hall
Hominy uvcnlng.
If juu want frah oystrrs witboutnay-
Ingfor the cm and transirtatlon, an to
Hproat's Ui Oh o i ee?, and get them by
lha pall full, fr-li every morula;. Jin.'.
Stewart A Gnolwnitfe receiving the
choicest ctylo of prints as laat aa they
apjicHr. Look out for a choice lot thi
woek. i-SMt
-Try PAIIAlMSi: COAL, tliu cheap-
ti-taml liest.
-fio to Sproat's lfT Ohio Uvea, and
get your oyti'r by the hundred orenn
Ire-h uvcry nioruiii 12-MI
Try PAUADISK COAi. forcooklng.
Sproit, l.-Ci Ohio bi'iee. is tiirni-hing
oy te' In the light Hnpo. I'amllin, can
he tuppled iu any imantltj' fieoh overy
morn n. 12 i tr
Ordr PAUADISli COAL from any
city dealer.
All partita who have not procured
oo-tume; for the Delta Cornet Manpier-
nde iwH can be Mipplkd at Phil Saup's,
onruerof Klglith street and Washington
nvenuo.
-AH that have triiil PAlfADISK
COAL will ii-eiio other.
Uemenilier the Grand Ma-ipicmdo
Ball of the Delta City Comet Hand, next
Monday.
-Iluy PAKADlSi: COAL.
-Newiy-ntte i, tlnuiy rurnl.lieil baiiicr
ho,i by lienrga St Inhotiso, e-iri'Cr Com
menial ncinio and Elhlh s'roet. Y nr
ol pnict co hive (,'heu hlui a lUrlit hand
Hut m .kes a stuoolh siavo deliitiilfiil. All
h ho try b in once will oll again. All the
In'e daily liners are kept on his. tibh; for
the le nellt ol his cotouirM, mid tlicru Is
nu tod Mi- wultlnjff.ir tunis , tf
Stewart fc f ihoUon aro oll'eiing great
bargains lu wilder drj good-. Fifty cents
will buy nearly a dollar's woilh. Go
and et them. 1-2-Nlt
Obstm les in Jlnr.-iiiRP.
Slapiiy ilotlelTor Voini Men from th
eflwtii of Krruninnil Abn.i i in mily lift-. Man
hood rtxtoriit Imjioiliiiieiits lo yiurrlugo u-.
niol. New nie'liud of limtnunl. New ami
roniarkaulo reumlia. lluekaiiml elrcnlar tent
flee, in senUtl mviioi..! 'Aililrm, IIOWAItl)
AS-OU1ATION, Ull.N. Ninlli tin-t, I'lilUilel
l'u , on Institution liminan lilKhn'jiut
I leu fur lioiiombla euoilnct hiuI iruftflonal
klll mo-i-ia-UAtUm
RIVER HEWS.
Vak Pbcaiiimrvt, 1'ivaa llaroar, j
.'Kiumry al, 17S. i
AllOIR
low WAira.
CIIAMiK.
I'llttUnv. .
l.ltielnii.itl ,
l.oiiUvlllo .
i:uiisvllle
N.iihvlllr ..
M. UmU ..
.xo
u'
CAIRO rilAHKEr-WHOLESALE.
Cotwlisl luilyh) E. M Ipuiim, i'oninii-,iin
nicrptiHiit, skvretary uf Hie I alio Il.j.uil uf
Trade-
I'lour, ai'oorilliiK: to irnule
loin, nilwl, saojieil
lorn, Mlilli', mw'kiil
(mis, mlwil
Hihii, r Inn
Me.il , nleain ilrlcit
llntlcr, elioke ui'tliwii loll
1 int if r , eliolnu -niitliurii IllluoU .
idtC'', itviloun
I iili'kiiis, iwr iliiieii
. l Ol-li Ik?
i !'
i-i TKp
I i IKV
.. tljJUIW
M 7a
sv
.. wlc
li.XU
W Mft.1 AO
.ll 00
H ft) .'3
-ii ('.. 2 71
8J H3 m
ile-ltu
mi so
3 70
Tut Lev, iwrili pii
Aiil"i ullolcc, pii' luuitl . .,
AppjiM, ooiiiiiun, per lurivl .
1'iihltiMsS i rt kiviel
OnioiiH, r liiirel
llilKkwIitut tlum'
Uu- Hour
TAXED.
N nl lir l lieroliy givoa lluit I lie U books fur
1 1. 1' ju.ir is: I !uw Li m iJiuml In my liumln,
nml lh.it I well I"' ill I lie fullou'ln; named iiliin
lit Hie than licloiv not lurlli, lir tlir piu'io,uf
iniiiuriiuy uu laxei in hai'i ywi :
char lawk I'livliu'l. Cully Mirclillilon'
line, I't'ljiiairy si, liJ.
I'li-ar Clink l'l-echicl, It. A. lUnuumoii'
slnie, Felmwry 21, IH76.
Tliubes l'lei-liiPi, J . li ltulilug'i si arc, lli-viui-y
CI, l?IS.
s uitii re t'ruoiiioi, Wni. lrn'iaml'i mine, IVU
... I..-A
! 11.11 '. I leiMt ,
liooii' I'liml I'rwilnct, O. (Jrieolu'a lore,
filirmiy '.II. Is75.
Oo 'I colli I'ircliiet, N. llunMcl.ir's Ihuik,
IVlirimi) it, lt-T.
i;uit I'aul.r.'t, lloilev A Allwlon's tloro,
i MjppIi I, 1"7V
! mLXj"' " "
llrlos yo.i" till yeir'a U tcty, nu It h m-
mil in irtii iu i4ti ii. o xji.1 ijmu luteiui
il.m nf biiiil.
I'.iliHi, 111., Jiuitiiirv 0, 17.1
" I.K II. I1IV1N,
rtd-ll.'.M t H Iratl oll"t'ir
HEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
I'or .Mayor.
rllll.Mtiaiiaruii..M.p f ir.Myurof I alro, at
theansulnic iniinlrlMl rlirtion '
January js, l. M wr t imtu
AT1IENEUM.
TWO GRAND FREE LECTURES!
I1V
DRS. TAYWE AND CLARK.
Mondiy nlsrht. .Innimry lhi ublt, "Thi
ltlni,ir nlitiil, .(.iniinry Z7 (iilJeot, "lil
w lumltnt lu the HImIIil' sy.lnni how
prl-li liowir.elimirili klmla or rowl niiiill
eaiiK to tin' nn rrlunl. niwlianlc, iiiniUti r "ile
.Vi".? ,"l".'l'iuary.'iU: gnmiJ lectuieto
atilh iiiii n oiilj . Mini' f'litnlral Xuture,"
a nbj'l ii n inrni.itliMi.
Ailini-.-!..,, !o,nui, leriiuv, i renK txo'
tliirevinnn'iii.iMit-j. )n. lHo-l-JI-fit
ROBBXNS'
COMMERCIAL AVE.
CAIHO, ILL.
Pianos cand Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
JHUatUALi MKKCIIA.NnIflT5 OP
UVUUY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputntion.
Arklionlcliriil lii all nwd MiltlrUlia to lie the
i"'i runii m.w uuulp.
TITB GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo have 8 ovr 400 diirnip
twulve j ear pas', becoming more ami more
popular overy cay.
SMITH'S MIEKICAX OIKIAN,
Sole .did tone, Povvc and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A etvmie lu-trumcut, alapted to Iiutru-
in nun as wen v jiai inu-.li-.
a i.i. tiik Aijovi: Am: opfkiieu nv
Jy Ui-j Monthly I'ljmenfa, at lowti.urcs
ri. j;nr.lt a ol I. at Prices
sheet mmm
Iu croat vaii' ty, lueliidimr nil the new
and poti.lir mu-le oi the da.
Order fl'o ii the C .uti'iy'
P villi 'tiy till 'it mid sen",
by mall.
mm it f
iriiii in-.
c miiTftDQ naninc
ilU-IIIUf
UUIIIIIIUi UHlllIU J,
ACCORDIMS, CLARINETS
FLUTES.
PIC0L05,
TAHuBORIrlES
FIIKNCII HAlti'S, I'.TC, inc.
13autl Instruments of nil Kinds
Furi-blied to Order.
STIIINGS FOR VIOLINS, 0UITAKS, ETC.,
HI the llest Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grade for l'iuno or VoU-e.
IjTKvcrv dc'crlotioti of .Mu-le d .Mer-
cbaudise UmiMimt to order, prmni'ily ami
at prices lower Hi in eur olferod before.
AUK
:.vi v Ai.so of
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Semi for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
List ol theiic bcautltul p-oupe.
All Goods Wftrraatcd as represented.
Address,
ROBRINS' MUSIC BAZAR,
Cairo, Illinois.
;nii'i:i.i, v.m;oi s.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Setvaon V.'iuihinittoii and Commoicfal
AvonuuJ, iiUjolniiiK' llunuy'a.
T.r'i;i;i,B lor aali'llH'liat liwf, I'mk, Million
J.. Vnl, IjiiiiIi, suitMiae, Ac . hiuI I pic
psiul lii uniu luinilli-s in mi ucii i liil'li- iiiuiiin-r
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Dealer In
XjTJIMIBIEjE,
All kliMl hard and aon,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &c.
Mill nud Yard,
Coi'noi' Thirly-Foui'th Gtroot and
Ohio Lovoo.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
Faslilonablo Barbor
AM
EiGnrrn street.
Betwoon Waahlunton nml Commercial
Avonuea,
Gni"l flfl l!t:VAIII)..for n
UDtJUU.UU I'll I U ukleli mv
cuhi of
y InUbin
jKiu 1,1'nieuy w m uoi vaeeiiuiiy eMiiwwn rrom
lie ay.uni. Only .V) ruiu for ml) dlroathnia tur
.louiponniliiue Hie medlulne. sulUfuMlon euar-
l
eaiiiiiuiuulinz II
iininii in- m iiiev it'i'iiiiiUd. Aitiluia
, ve
BAM I
112
III - i:i.i.. jn era I i.riiu.. oiiiu
1-i-li-iUUwlw
ii. ii
C0.1I.IHNSIO.V .ItL'tlCJIAWrM.
O. CLOSE,
General
Ooiumission Merchant
AMD CCALE1I 1.1
LIME, CEMENT,. PLASTER,
HAIR, &c,
tlndop City Natlonnl Bank.
I p'c"; siteiS!t:.l0U " n,sn,,fct,OT'
COFPEY,
HARRISON & CO.,
("arceijora to I) llunl A Co )
FORWARDING
Commission Merchants
And Dcnleri In
FLOUK, 0RAIN and HAY,
No. 03 Ohio Z,oTeo.
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
AND 3RO.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 138,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(Siicsors to .lohn II I'hllllij
FORWARDING
AMI
Commission Merchants
Ami Dealer In
nAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR.
MEAL, I!HA!T, etc.
Agants for LAl'LIK ft HAND POWDER CO!
Corner Tontli Stroot and Ohio
Tjovan.
. 1). MalluiK.
BIATHUSS
r. r I'M
& UEL,
FORWARDING
Anil General
Commission Merchants
Dealers In
FLOUR, GRAIN, nAY AND
PRODUCE,
E. J. A) ips.
D Ajiei.
AYEES l CO.,
And ftenri.il 4
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
wnoi.iAi.i: nr.oi l'.its.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
Vholesale Grocers
-And
Commission Merchants
A0ENT3 AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
II A.Thiinit. I. 1) Tlium
TH0MS & BROTHER,
("Hi'ceor to II M llalcn.)
Commission Merchants
BXlOIEjaiXS
And diiiler. hi
STAPLE AND FANCY
GBOCEBIES,
Forobrn and Domestlo Fruits and Nuts
184 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dcuh-r In
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
Ql'Et'lAI.aMeutlnu siu'ti toconiliaiuvntu and
Hlllntf inner .
E. MAXWELL & CO.,
Duller In
RAILWAY MACHINERY and BURKIK0
TjOILSsr
ITo, GIG North Slain Street,
ST. LOUIS, 3IO.
U'U. B.-fi
A0ENTS FOR FREKCH FLUMDA00 OILS

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