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ASCALOS i.ODflK, 0. 81.
Knight of I'ytlilaa, mU every Krl
davnfiiht it lulf.pl M'Vrn, in Odd
Fellow' Hall .' K
( lianctllur Commander,
Af.KXANIIKIt J.OIH.H, .NO ill
tfe, IndcpMrlent Order or OibVKil
? In. inn-u rirrr Thursday nlif lit
STjiiwt" ! Imlr it rrti. in their lull on
( iiinmrrclil uremic, ttwcvn islith and Hevtnth
trriH Jons II ioA.v, .V. U.
CI A I HO I'NrAMI'MKNT, I O. O. F., lul
111 O.M-rllowt' Hall on tl Hrt ml llilrl
'lueday In emr month, t half-putt wkii
C K hl.Adi, C. r.
A CAI1IO I.OIHJK. NO 231, A K A A IM
w.- Hold regular rmmunleatlon In .Ma
XT"nlo Hall, iwrner Commercial avenue
Ninrt Klxlitli Mrwt, on the wcond and
fourth .Monday of inch uiunlh
.oliee of Itrmovnl.
KlnaiDK tlic preient flute room too imall
Tor our urow Iiik buMnesi. I will, In Hie
Utter part or February, remove to Itic p
rlotn building lottn rly occupied Iy Klllott
ft 111) tliorn, where, with the Increased la
ei'tlef, I will keep h Uriter Mock of Hoot
ami Shoe than trer before. 1 n Hie mem
time, to aolil the expense o! moving and
to prepare for pilni? trade, I will offer my
ntlrn Hock of winter rood at Acriut.
jut. Till ! iir.njfrm. ml sreat Ur
i;aln are id ml to the fortiinitd
ItiSMrt-tf Clljr Mioe Sluro.
for jri-atef, Meani or black-
Mr. 1'. Kitrizcrali) haijut received and
lu on rale at his falcn room a large Hock
nf KtiglMi ali, porter, llcnneiy brandy
and wine, and Ibpior of all kind, which
he will ilipoc of at reafiabl prices.
(iooil lmlo rooms on tin tipj.cr floor at
the Saint ('harlcn can be had, with board,
at the very low rate of e-TO per tnoDth
,nt Lumber Ynrd.
Charle" I.aneaer and Newton Wee,
both well known to our citizens, and
to liver men generally, hue t
tablUhcd a lumber yard In Cairo, corner of
sixteenth street and 'ommerlal avenue.
They will keep every dccrlptlon of build
In material and Meamboat lumlicr, doors,
mil, blind., moulding, HilnRlts, lath, etc.,
etc., anil are determined to ell lower than
lumber hat e,vcr"bii io!d In Cairo. They
olleit a fair trial from steamboat men and
builders, and guarantee mil-faction In all
OYSITBS' OYSTERS! I
Sprqat, 1S5 Ohio Levee, U rcerlvln? Now
Orleans )sers every iiiorulns In bulk. He
U making lilt own cans ami pu king hit
jwn o)strrs, thereby avoltlln; the exorbi
tant ehn- for transortatlon, and it ena
olwl to funii.li a belter nrtl le at a KM
pilce than any other dealer. Patronize a
horn Institution, and benefit yourse'f.
('ilii llliill l Ilis- I. ire r Triiilr.
.Mr. Im tie Colem It. Fine l-undres,
No IS, I'iiurtfi street. between Whlnston
wl Couimcribl avenue', doet all kinds cf
Hue and roare laundry work lor Iail i and
L'enUemea, flutfni;, xe He ntleiiiii niri'
washed and polMnd. fciniile shirt and rob
la r, 10c; p:r dozen He; sock" r-; two ol
lart, tie; tw J liiuilkerchicl, .V; vcU '10c;
and all gentlemen! wear. Me. er
do.en. I.iilles' Ures,cs, "J5 p)
sklrltl) to ti r: drswnrt 10 to l.',c; two
pair hose Cc: two collars 5 to lfc. For U-
tits' plain tlolln-s ?l Olpir dozen; lor U-
lie tine clothes, el U5 per do.en; ilone
iroroptly, aad promptly dellvereJ. I'a
JIVI-Jh I m.
1'onr !'. II.
Whoerer bibllujlly uses any a'cobolle
prcparitlons as an appetizer" will be
likely t sutler frTn four cvll, vlr: an over
plus of food In the s'omach, Impaired nblllty
to digest It, the panr of dyspepsia, and a
doctor't bill. lot. W.U.KKK'. Veotrr iil
VlMd.vli HlTTKlts, the great Teetotal Ite
ktorativeof the age, without over-stimulating
thu palate or Irltating the stomactl,
Impatts a heal'hful appetite, promotes li
gestlou, 'oiUbitc- the liver ar d bowel i, purl
liet thu blood, and thus, Instead of entailing
fourevlli, confers four Inestimable benefit-.
Free Iruni sulphur and other inipurltic.
Ocorge liittner corner of Fourteenth and
Washington avenue, will furnish heicalter,
very day to hS p:ilnin a No. 1 lunch, bo
tweeu the bourn "f ten and twelve o'clock.
Fresh .Milwaukee beer aud fragrant Havana
cigars to bo had at lilt bar at nil timet.
Kilty to Seventy-five dollar per month.
Agent wanted everywhere. Tearhoin, la-
diet, gentt, etc., etc. No capital or out
lay rcuulrcd. howl 20 cent for potge on
outfit, to I. 0. Wkuiiman,
tl Ir In Station. Union County, Ohio
Open Fridays anil .Saturday o.ni.v.
Jtjollre or OUsnliitlon.
The pnHiertl'ip hcretoloru existing be
tween Chas. It. Nuwland and dames K.
Hennle, has till day been dissolved by
mutual coithciit, C. It. Nuwland collecting
all hills due the linn and payinsr all
debts. .1. II. Nkwlami,
I. K. Hknnik.
Cahui, .lanii.uy 10, lis75. 1-21
The best In thu State for cooking
grates, stoves or steam.
4'llNllllll Sill-Hill 1'lt till If.
Charles II, Newluml It prepared to do all
kinds of g and ucnm lilting, repairing
pump, driving wells, bell hsnglnj;, etc.
Shop on Commercial-Avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth Hreett. 181.1-ai-tw.
Cotton mill Nhlrtlitif Mueim.
HtuartiV unoison nnnounco new ar
rivals of thu above named goods, and
take pleasure In stating that they are the
cheapest goods which they have ever
owned. Housekeepers should buy these
cottons now, as price me tending up
ward. They may never be as cheap again
llctncinbcr tills ladles; buy while they are
Cheap. Our stock cotnprlsasull the lead
Jug brands, which we offer at manufactur
ers' price. 1-21-lt.
WEDNESDAY", JANUAItV 27, 175.
Local Mfrntlier Report.
Cairo, III., January JO, ItSTJ.
Da ii. ITiik.
30 SU 1 .MT Calm. 0
30.rjll45 H K. I 4
30.7II U ,14
THOMAS JONK1, Obsrr.
Funrral of Mr. riemlnir.
The niiii-ral of Mr. KlemliiK will tike
place ttMluy nt 1 oVlock, p. in., nt tin;
Church of the ltcdcniicr, from whence
the ri'innliia will Ik; eonveycil to the
IlllnoN Central rallroml train, anil taken
to StenJx-iivllIe, Ohio, for Iiitcrniciit.
Friend and relative Invited.
The railroad mid warehouse eoniinlv
slonc r arc advleil that the defendant. In
the unit of the I'eojile v. the llllnol Cen
tral I Ullroad Company, In the Alexan
der circuit court, made no contest, tfciw
IH-rnilttlii;.' the peopk- lo get a Judj;
lnent. An appeal w III be taken, of courhe.
Only J 'per mouth for prompt paying
thy boarder at the M. Cbatlei Irom Feb-
miry llrt. ,
I,rrtu rf hy .Mr. Wnrilner.
The lioanl of school direrton, wlhlii(f
to make the course of li.-ctiires now In
prof?n'i,uf Interest to tin: (Ktip'.e of Cairo,
have solicited .Mrs. Dr. Wanlncr, of this
city, to deliver a lecture at the hl'h
nchool liulldlu next .Monday nllit. to
which lie has kindly cotiM-uted, ani will
Like for her subject, "Woman." .Mr.
Wardncr Is rccogulwd an one of th; mo-t
liiN-llli'iit l.i'llfi of Cairo, and her ell'ort
on this occasion will In; u very brilliant
Tllr. fit. Charles
lied number jf piompt
Irom Kebtutry 1st, at i
will take a Urn
! per mootu.
On the morning ol the 2oth of January,
at the residence of her father, .John .Mc
Kwcii, KIIaiIk'Hi Miioh' wife of .M. M.
Moore.ln the 2il year of 1it age. Funeral
K'n-ii-cTliuriday afternoon, 2 o'clock, nt
the In-byt'rlan church. The lKx.lyw'111
will leave foot of Eighth Mr.-et at 3
oVlock. Friends and relatives Invited
'Hie fiuier.d w.-is to have taken plact
tfHl.ty. hut ha N.rn jio-tpone! until to
morrow, ow ing lo the non-arrival of .Mr.
Moore',, mother, who lcit telegraphed
that she will be here this evening.
A MMnsiitniimberof prompt paving dry
hoarder wl he taken at the&t. Cbarlc it
There w.u iplte a large and appreclxive
audience In ntUnlauce iiwiu theoccadon
of Dr. I'ayne uul ('lark' tlrst lecture.
.Mnrkcil lnteretwiit evinced throughout
the entiru li-ctur. Aa lectitter we con
sider Dr. 1'avne a ncces, as lie tnor
o ighlv tmder.tJKls the wants of tlic'ieo-
Tile. At lime he give them anablllid
ntn-e of fun, ierH.-rei w itn ineuicai
fact., whleh. I loLowc-! out, would save
world- of suterlng and misery. Tonight
)r. I'ayne ;iiuoucced that he would mat-
rimi.niallv mate many young i-opieon
he 'tai-e, or In thu audience, iiceordliig
o the physiological law governing mat
rimony. WV advie all tti go early, lis
the Atheiieuui will iindoilbtwlly bejaui
miil. The lecture Uwiight I again i iikk.
til per month for prompt paving day
toardera at the St. Charlei, from February
On next Saturday evening. Dr. U. .S.
Urlghani, of this place, will deliver the
llrt of a .-cries of lectures In the Liberal
Keligious hall, on which occasion thu sub-
eet will le "Astronomy." I liu lecture
will be illustrated with Planetarium,
showing the movement of the planets In
their orbits, size, revolutions, etc. All
who are dclrou of hearing something
on till- most lM-autlful of th science,
should not fall to Ihj pre.-ent. Dr. Urlg
hani will be followed by other well
known gentlemen of this city, among
whom will lie Dr. George l'arktr, W. II.
Morris, J. 11. Oberly and otlien,. There
will be no fee of admiion, md every
body Is cordially Invited to attoid.
Fnunr II. Price.
The New York Mtreury his the fol
lowing written under date of January
18, lu reference to the Fanny H. Price
theatrical company: "l auny II. Price,
under D. Haucliett, wiil organize a new
company playing at Cairo, III., about the
2Sth lust., for three weeks. Col. W. II.
Shillltto, of this city, lias liecn engaged
a agent. David llauehctt will play lead
ing biz and Tom Hampton will lie corne
lian." With Mlvs Price at their head,
tho troupe will nofouht receive a'cordial
reception lu tills eUy. Hampton Is a
number one comedian, mil i known as
such all over thu East, llauehctt needs
110 words of praise from any of the pa
pers of this city, as his ability as a lead
ing actor Is well establlshel. and with
such support as lie "will ehojse, the com
pany will certainly be a llrst-class one.
From Shcrltr Irvin we learn that the
two men named llrldges, who were sus
pected of robbing and burning the resi
dence of Mr. Hoyles, who lives near
.Vienna, Johnson county, were tracked to
DuQii'dii by SherilV Carter and a deputy,
anil arrested at that placo Monday after
noon. They confessed to having robbed
the house aud then setting lire to It, and
returned to the olllcer four hundred nnd
sixty-live dollars. They say that when
tlicy got possession of the money, they
hid it lu a stable, and that when they
went to get It, found that over two hun
dred dollars had been destroyed by mice.
The money which they returned to
ShciilV Carter was also nibbled about thu
edges, hut is not Injured enough to make
''"per month for a limited number ol
prompt paying day boarders at the St.
Ohnrles, from February tlrst.
Tliesiln)', Jniiliurx 'JO, 1H73.
Frank .Smith, rlinrgvl with converting
n liorso, (ho property of another person,
to his own use, was, by the Jury, found
guilty, and advised to sit for three years
on thu Ktool of repentance, located at
Jollet. Frank gave expression to very
kindly feelings toward his twelve jici rs, as
he5lld notexiect to get oil' short of k'Vcii
At noon the court adjourned until to
As wc predicted, the Delta City Cornet
Hand Masquerade ball at Sclnel's hall,
.Monday night, was lilted to overflowing
with reH.-etahle ladies and gentlemen,
who entered with a keen zest Into the re
creation ot the evening. To tho meas
ure of the most delightful music, the
gay throng kept step until twelve o'clock,
when the drawing for an elegant silver
combination castor mid fruit stand took
place, which was drawn by a little boy
named Jacckcl. Immediately alter the
drawing, supper was announced, to
w hich the guests responded very credita
bly. When all had satlslled their appe
tite with the good things placed before
them, (lancing was again begun aud
kept up without Interruption until four
o'clock, when the guct took their leave.
Thu gentlemanly managers added
much to the enjoyment of thu occasion
by giving their duties Mich attention as
Insured thu utmost harmony ami
good feeling throughout the entire even
ing. In short, the DelUi City Cornet
Hand masked ball, of January 2.i, JS75,
will long Ins rcmeinliered as one of thu
most enjoyable re-unions ever held In
Cains the best feeling characterizing It
from beginning to end. Thu amount of
monev taken for ticket far exceeds the
xicetatlon of the memlier of the band,
thero Wing nearly two
seventy-live cards .sold.
Mr. James Fleming, whose death wc
recorded a few days ago, was born In
Chester county, Pennsylvania, In 1H10.
At an early age he entered n grocery
More In tho city or Philadelphia, where
lie remained until he had attained his
eighteenth year, when he removed to
1'ltUburg. After remaining at that place
a short time as agent for the Western
Stage company, lie wa K-nt to Stuben
vllle, Ohio, to represent the company as
agent at that point, which position he
held for some time. In ISIO", In com
pany with his father-in-law. (.'apt. M.
E. I.ucas hebuiltthef.tenmeraek I aylor,
Mr. Fleming acting in the capacity of
clerk, the boat running between Cincin
nati and l'ittburg, in the expres line.
After remaining hi the steamboat busi
ness for some time, he sold his Interest in
the Taylor and etarted in the grocery bu
Mnes at StulienvHIe. He shortly after
removed to a ttuall town lu Pennsylva
nia, where he. engaged lu the boot and
thou business, which he retired from in
coming to Itocklord. in tills state,
and entering the doming imi-.i.v. . , .
he remained until 1VX). going thence to
Calena. where he n-Ided until coming to
Cairo, some three year ago. ami lias, to
the bet or our Miow iengr, iiveu m
' - . , ., 1 I., .l.n
enmlovof Ilallidiy Hrotliers a book-
i t -
keener Mnee that time. -ir. rieinmg
wan ail Odd-Fellow, having Joined theor-
der in lfstC He was a charter member of
Winnebago Encampment, of Hock ford
He was alo a .Mater.Maon, having Join
ed .StulienvHIe Lodge No. J."', in the year
hut of late vear. lie ha not takin
an active part In the order.-, hut occasion
ally attended as a Mtor.
f'nroliiir, Uie PoNoiicr.
Levy and Caroline Harris aru husband
and wife, though we fear, If all reports
are true, they are not as loving a couple
ns they should Ik', and It seems that Caro
line did not hold Levy's life at as high a
figure as she should, judging from tho
manner lu which she endeavored to dis
pose ol him. Caroline lias become very
tired of Levy, and the fact that he was
lu the best ol health, with no prospect of
his shullling oil' thi' mortal coll at a very
early date, caused Caroline to go about
thu lioue from morning till night in a
most melancholy state of, mind. Tills
agony she endured with all
thu pertinacity of her -ux,
until one day last week, when .-hu
became desperate. Caroline came to the
conclusion that she had been bothered
with Levy long enough, so she went to a
drugstore, bought a doiu of arsenic a
small dose, only hall an outlet- .vent
home, cooked n 111c.1l expressly for thu
unsuspecting Levy, emptied thu poison
into it, and then lu tones that would have
soothed a Comanche Indian, and a smile
upon her beautiful ebony countenance
that would have won thu love of a canni
bal, shu told Levy that hU dinner was
ready for him. Levy, alas ! was charmed
to see his Caroline once more her loving
self, and would have eaten every morsel
nf that meal then ami there, if he had
thought It would kill ldni
the next minute. Hu gobbled It down,
and when he had finished, rewarded Car
oline with n kis, wo suppose, nnd smiled
upon her with a grin like that of an alli
gator. Alter awhile Levy began to feel
strango about thu stomach, and told Cnro-
linu so, but was assured by her .that hi
pants were too tight for htm. Lwvy
remedied this slight dllllculty lu the usu
al way, but this did not have the desired
cllcct, and when he began to swell out
like an lutlatcd balloon, he began to think
there was something up for sure. A doc
tor was called, and, after examination,
pronounced Levy's aliment caused
from the effects of an overdose of
arsenic. He was pretty sick
for a day or two, but after that began to
grow stronger and Is now able to walk
ubout the streets. Levy does not present
cpiito as beautiful a personal appearance
now as hu did before eating that meat
He looks as it he had been lu one of Wall
Lung' wash tubs for n week. Caroline
was un estcd yesterd iy afternoon by Shcr
111 Irvlu, and now that once linppy
daughter of Africa languishes iu tliV
The Wedding of MIn 8rah F. Gilbert and
Mr, Thomai B Whitlcdge in the Church
of the Bedeemcr Yeiterday.
Tlio Itceoiillon, PrmeilK, Kle Klc.
Tiie marriage of.Mlss Sarali F. Oillicrt,
only daughter ofHou.Mllc A. Olll;rt of
8t. Mary, Mo., to Jlr. Thomas H. Whlt
Ielge of HL Ionls, was cclchrated in the
Church ol the Hedeemcr yesterday. The
day was ch ar, bright and .warm a brill
iant sky overhead.andji genial atmosphere
made It iierfect ami Just what all the
friends of the happy young couple, about
to take upon themselves matrimonial
honors and duties, desired for their wed
ding day. Tho hour stated on tho cards
of Invitation for the ceremony was one
o'clock, hut long helore this thu church
was illled with a congregation of elegant
ly dressed ladies and gentlemen. Messrs.
James A. Pliiilis anil Dufl'llaynle auted
as ushers, and iierformcd their duties in
an Usual happy manner. Mis Annie
Pitcher presided at the organ, and at a
given signal, the organ tones gave notice
that the wedding party were approach
ing. The entrance from the carriage to
the church door was carpeted, and the
trailing rolx-s of the bride nnd herattcud
ant bridesmaids were In no danger of
soiling by coming in contact with the
dust of the idcwalk.
The bridal party consisted of thu bride
and groom, the parents of the former,
three bridesmaids nnd groomsmen
named respectively, llrst, Mr JJlx, of St.
Louis, and Miss Jennie linker, of Alton;
second, Mr. McCollougli, of.St. I.oul, nnd
Miss IUimle Snyder, of Alton ; third. Mr.
Owen, of.St. I.011I, and Miss Fannie
Pitcher, Of Cairo. Vl.. 1.-1,1,. U ''
nclte, r'.tite and handsome and
her beauty wa enhanced by
an elegant and co-tly ilres of w hite
satin, made en rraiV, pointed corsage,
and trimmed with lace and folds of
the same. The vail was of tulle and ex
tended to (lie bottom of thu skirt. The
Jewelry was icurls and diamonds, and
consisted of 11 broocli and ear-rings; the
vail and wreath of orange blo'som were
fastened with an ornament of the same
preelou .stones and the delicate brilliancy
of the whole vas peculiarly liecomhig
to the bright eyes and olive complexion
of the bride. The brideniaids' dresses
were Paris mus'Jii. pulled aud trimmed
with lace and 'lowers; and the boipiets
which each held in her hand wcrefragaut
and beautiful. Tku groom is a gentle
man of line nppeirancc. fair complexion,
blue eyes ami ligU uiu-tache. His black
dre-s coat, whitelleaiid white kid gloves
and those of the three gentlemen attend
ants, require no particular description.
The Hev. Mr. Gilbert' Hector of the
Church of the J'cdecmer, performed the
ceremony, a'll-ted by the I lev. Mr.
Wells, Hector of the Episcopal church of
Mound City. The scTvice wius accord
ing to the beautiful rlU; ol the Kplsco-
pal church. lhu bride was
given away by her father
tin" on ol the ring by tho groom, lar
glove was removed liy the llrst brides
maid. The Christinas decorations are
still hanging iu the church; as the bridal
party stood In the chancel the Itectois
iu their white rdxs, I he shimmering
rolie of the bride, the -olt and llow
ing dre-'S of the bridesmaids, thu grace
fully arranged evergreens hanging over
their heads. the whole enveloped in a 'sub
dued light, made a picture to which the
mellow notes of the organ were a fitting
The ceremony was over at about half-
last one, and nt two, the reception nt tne
residence or .Mr. Miles F. Gilbert, brother
ol the bride, began. From this hour un
til four the rooms were crowded almost
to overflowing. Eight hundred invita
tions had liecn lMied, many of them to
relative and friends of the parties not
resident hi Cairo. Among the large
number present weic all the prominent
citl.eus of tills city.
The parlors wen: darkened and the gas
lit. Mr. and Mrs. Whitledge received
the congratulation? of their friends in
the front parlor. The sllJlng-doors of
the room adjoining were thrown open
tnd hero was ill-played an
legantly sot table of refreshment.
Our pen refu-cs lo do Justice to this part
of the hospitalities extended to the wed
ding guests, nnd iu tins it differs from the
palates of tho guests, who fully apprecia
ted theldeliclous cake, Ice cream, rich cot
fee, salads, fruits, etc., etc., offered in pro
Mr. and Mrs. Whitledge took their
departure at 5 o'clock, yesterday aftcr-
for Wvv Orleans, w hero they win
spend n few weeks, nanmm,,, n... .rin
stop In Memphis to participate iu the eel
ebration of Mardi Gras will spend a lew
davs afterwards with their relatives lu
Cairo and will then take up their resi
dence in St. Louis.
The presents, all beautiful, most of them
costly and some ol tneni inagnllieent,
were displayed upon the piano for the In
spection and pleasure of the guests.
Among the nnny nanusoiue one,
consisting of agreat variety ol silver
ware and jewelry, tnou particularly
noticeable were a set of pearl jewelry set
with diamonds breast pin, enr-rlngsaud
necklace, and a set of Hone cameos-
breast pin and ear-rings, from the bride's
parents; a very liaiidsainu heavy Homan
gold necklace ami locket, set with pearls,
from the groom.
Joe ItoKeker it now hi full control of
the AVushiiio'ton bakery, and havlns learn
ed the want of the public, is prepared to
upplyon call all deinuiida- for French loaf,
UoHon, Drown nnd Oraham brend, nnd
overythlng else ordinarily lound In a nrt-
class link rv, ilo midntiihn u fu'Utockol
confvctiontrlci, aud cau, us well any
other dealer lu the city, till all orders In
tbat line, Cake baked, fruited or or na
me a'ted on abort notice. Specla lattentlon
Itlronto the o:lcrof woddtngor picnic
parties. 9 12-tf.
-Tho largest stock of kid glove In the
city nt Ktewniiit Ohol.soii'. 1-24-lt.
Use PAHA DISK COAL.
If you want fresh oyster without pay
ing for the cm and .transportation, go to
Spruit',, Ohio Lovco, Jand get Uicm by
tho pall full, fresh every morning. l'M-t
Those using hast-bumer stoves have
found just what they want in PAHA
Having glrcn up my old stand on tho
levee and taken Kcohlcr Ilro't shop, on
Klghth afreet, I shall be prepared to su;
ply the citizen of Cairo with the. best
lueatt tho market afford". L'leaso call nnd
nee inc. Pint.. How.viti).
Stewart & (.ilml-dti are receiving the
choicest styles of prints a-s lust as they
appear. Look out for n, choice lot this
-Try PAHA DISK COAL, the cheaii
cst and best.
Stewart & (Jholson nre offering an
excellent stock of ladies', gelif and
children's underwear and hosier" at a
great sacrlllce from former prices.
-do to Hnroat'. 135 Ohio I.ovce, and
get your oytteri by tho hundred or can-
fresh every morning. ix-ii
Trv PAHADISB COAii for cooking
Sproat, Wi Ohio UiYee, I lurnlslilng
oytc; In the right sUnpe. ramuiivt cau
be supplied in any iuatitlty fresh every
Order PAltADlSE CO.M.iroin any
Henicinber that Stewart & GlioNon
keep tho best st kofbleached and brown
cottons.ind shlrtt'v linen in the city.
.! in tluir prices ere the lowest.
All that have tried PAHADISE
COA L will use no other.
liny PAHADLSE COAL.
-Xewiy-attcd, finely furtiWied barber
shop by George. .Stclnhouse, corner Com
mercial avenue, and KlghUi street. Years
ol practice have given him a light hand
tint makes a smooth saavo delightful. All
who try him once will call again. All the
lain dally paper are kept on hi table for
the benefit ol hu co'tomers, nnd there It
no tedious waltlngfor turns. tf
Stewart & Gholsou are offering great
hirgalu iu winter dry goods. Flltycents
will buy nearly n dollar's worth. Go
and see them. 1-21-lt
OlnCiirlr ! Mnrrlnee.
llnnPY llvlleffor Young -Men from the
effects or Errors and Atuse in nrly life Man
hood resloroL Impediments to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New and
remtrkalilc remedies, llooltand circular" sent
free. In sealed envelope'- Address, IIOWAUD
As-OC'IATION, (lUN. Ninth tlrv-!, Philadel
phia, I'., an Institution liavlw; a high reputa
tion for honorable conduct and professional
A voting horie 1 years old-lust May-
work rlr.gle or double; will be eo'.d ouQ
months' time note with good security.
Apply at Tiik Ilt'i.i.triN oiliec.
hn:. .viauue.New unv.,,,.
.Stmer.liiii Fisk, I'adueah.-
: John '. Garrett. Ohio river.
John H. .Maude. Xew Oilcans,
WKATIIKIt, lUVKlt AMI Ilt'SilNUi-i,
I'lm weatlier overhead wui beautiful
yesterday. Them was no wind, and the
sun shone brightly during the entiieday.
Thu fro-t It coming out of the earth rap
idly, and coiiciiiciitly the starts are
lltitliic-s is not very lively, but is im
proving slowly Irom day today.
The Ohio river fell two Inches ami
WTiTieca'iitm'est, Kivlii ICt.i-oiir, (
.limuary.il, ir7.V 1
Coruete.1 Unllv by K M Stearin, commlion
aierrhant, hecrelary of the Cairo Hoard or
Klovir, aceonlluc to grade 41 (0,.(WiC
Corn, lllivisl. Mil kitl
Corn, Mfcile, mckpl
llran, pr ton
Meal, atisam dried
Ilntler, diolce .Soithem roll -
Ilutter, diolce .outliern Illinois .
Kjnrs, prilo7eii -
( hlekcie, perdotu
Applt't, choice, jier barrel
Applet, tominuii, K-r barrel
l'utatoen. ir tuirti
I OIl., 74
ftl'.l 1 10
Onions, yer lunrl ....
Hotel and Restaurant
Two dojra north of thu Cairo nial Vliiwuut
WM. WETZEU Proprietor.
ATItUSTV watch kept nlht and day for
trains mid tcumboaU,
The best of nreomiiuiilatloiii fur tnuiileut
guot ut'l'wo UolUa-a KUUtiy,
Tow-Boat For Sale
Till? SubterltKjr offer for lule the Stwiin
Towlu Stcrn-Vhell llu.it. ILe llmniiiltt,
with murine, lUAChlnery, tackle,, appawl ana
K.w.l,n. bin. i..w llvJ lit l'.lm. Ills.
lltrleiwuihilll fit,hcr bnndlli U Art, bur
i..n. i ,,n.i iiuVkiiici "Til tniu. Mb tins s
. 1 CoikH'ilfVvl luuvriiralsiilnrlitfiilUmeter, iililjli
jhr Iu illHii'ttu' audi; lucliv itioke and all
n.iim..iiu.nii ami ii lu uverv reiuet
tauiuti, vorthy, and latfowl vomlltlou for
oavuatioh. roriwiiwappiy w. T
Caiiio. IUi. . Sovtmr !, UH. llMI-tf.
Knuon Ilt'LLETi.y Pleasr Announce Hint I am
nejindlitate Tor the olllce if Stale' Attorney at
the eoinlnff special election to lie held mi the KUi
ilay of Ketnury. WM. .. Ml I.hrA .
KnrriiK Mr; l'JMe announce JOHN II.
nul l w nrxiulliliite fur .Mnrur of Cairo, al
tlieeiiMiliig municipal election . '
January a, if..i. .ua.it (.iiuim,
TWO GRAND FREE LECTURES!
DBS, PAYNE AND CLAKK.
Monday nlclit, .lamiury Mlh subject, "Tim
I.uiiK- lli'lr DlMsues "
Wnlnesilnv nlirht, January 27 subject, "Ills
tv Incident lo the lliiei.te Sjitrmi h-iw
mlued hovv erudlrulnl; kinds of rood nppll
cable lolhe merchant. mech.inle, minister ''etc
."jtliirday iihiht, January .mi xnuiil lecture lo
pentlunen only, on "Mau'a Physical Nature,"
a suhrl replete "I"1 Information.
Ailinisaion to private lecture, rents Ijo
tun: roinniencn at 8 m. l"s.ll-Jt
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wldo Reputation.
Acknowledged by nil s-oml Mu'lotins to be Hie
bejt Piano noe made.
TIIE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wu have rote over 400 during
twelve year pa-t, becoming more and more
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMEUTCAX OBGAN,
.Splendid tone, Tower nnd JJttrabtlity.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino lu-truuient, aJapted t Instru
mental u well 119 vocal muU'.
tin: aiiovi: aiii: okkkuf.h ox
A Ky .Monthly Payment', ut lowtljtirci
regardlte- of l.st rriee
In great variety, iiicltidiuir nil the new
and popula'r music ot thu day.
Orders from the C'ountiy
promptly tilled nnd en.
VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS,
FliK.Vt'lI IIAItl'rf. inc., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furnished to Order.
STRINGS FOP. VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.,
Ol the Hot finality.
Classical "'Studies and Exorcises
Of all gradea, for IM.1110 or Voice.
taT'Every decriptIon of Mit-K-al .Mer
cbnudlfO furnished to order, promptly nnd
at prices lower than ever offered before.
;i:nxy aio ok
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and 1'rloe
l.M of the-c beautiful fjroupes.
All Ooodt Warranted at Bepretented.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAR,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington and Commercial
Avonuoa, adjoining Iliumy'a.
KKKI'S for ale tins best Iti-ef, Purk, .Mutton
Vrul, Ijmib. jBUmce, Ac . and is pie
pared to n-rve laiiillle in un uceelituble luuuucr
BOX and BASKET CO
All Limit . Imnl und aoft,)
FLOORING, SIDINa, LATH, 610.
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Strcot and
Botwa WaahliiBtoa and Comnwolal
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Itcptihllcm party, and refuse to.be tram
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It believe tbat the Ilcfmbllcan party lms
fulfilled It miitioD, and that the Demo
cratic party as iwvv organized should be re
stored to power,
It believe) the Radical tyranny that has
fer cvral yearn opprewed the South
thould be ovcrtlirovvnand tie people of tbe
Southern State permitted to control tuclr
It bcUuves Hut rnllioad ' rorporallons
shou'd ho prohibited by lcg!natlve enact
in litis from extorting and unjutly datcrlm
inatliiKlu their bujiiicss triraactlons with
ItrecoKutzci the equality ol all men he
foro the law. '
It advocates free comuierec tariff for
It advocates resumption or ipecle pay
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Uadvoeatcucconotiy iu the admlu'lstra
lion of public atl'alis.
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