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ASOAI.ON I)IXIK, NO, 81.
ijl lllllHllintl I J Mlll.n , II IT V. J I 1-
il rUr nliflit nt Imir-imfl nun, in Odd
7 ttllows'lliill. C K. BLACK,
AI.KXANDI-.il I.OIM3K, NO. l.
Inilrix-ndriit OnliT of Md-Fl
rZlows, iih1 ofry 'lhuriilsy night
' at luiir mut rrvrn. In their Imll on
I.'oiiiiiiitcIuI HTHiiur, letwwn Mxlh anil .Vu-nth
ilm.u. ouus ii iioiimj, u.
CtAlllO OOAMI'MKNT, 1 (). O. K.,ini-l
In OiM-KillowV 1111 onthr (Inland third
'Im-mlay In emy month, nl half-rait mint.
C K SLACK, C. r.
ft CAIKO I.OIKiK, NO ?J7,A V. ft K.'M
HuM rrgulnr roininiinlrstlotm In Ma
sonic Mall, corner liinn..'rll utrnur
' 'and Kljjhth stirrt, on the i-frond sti't
fourth Monday of mrli muntli
Xoliro or Hruiotnl.
KliiJIns the present store room too stnall
lor our k"-vIK hul-lncn. I will, In the
UUcr pa-t of February, remove to lite spa
clous building form rly occupied by Klllolt
fi lUythorn, where, with tho Incrcsscd la.
t lltlcs, I will keep a larger Hock of Hoot,
ami Shoes thsii over before. In tho moan
time, to avoid tho ixpenrc of moving and
to prepare for spilni? trade, I will offer my
entire stock of winter xoods nt KTIUI.
cost. Tnt Is nt'MNrhS, and great bi'
galiiH are offered tu the fortutiaU
A. llt.lCl., ,
1UM-20-U City Shoe Store.
M'Iip beat for Kru,,'"i H,.m or black
Hinlthliij:. I'rmli Mllpl'ly.
Mr. P. KIUKrald ha just received and
ha on sale at his '.ilea room a large slock
of KiikIMi ali", porter, HcliiieM.y lirandy
and wines, and Ihpiors of all Wnd, which
be will diapotc of at reasonable prices.
Uool single rooms on the upper floor at
the Saint Charles ean be had, with board,
at tbe very low rate of t) PC mouth
0YBJEK8 ! OYSTERS ! !
Sprost, 135 Ohio I.eve-, In receiving New
Orleans oysters every morning In bulk. Ho
Is inakln;; his own can and picking his
jwii oysters, thereby a olding tlm exorbi
tant charge for transportation, and Is ena
Med to furnMi a better artldt at a less
price than any other dralcr. Patronize- a
hnmc Institution, and benefit ynure'f.
Tin St. Cliarle Ilntrl will take a Ha
lted number of prompt p)ln: Hoarder,
irom Kebnuiy HI, at 8?i per rtonti.
('omprlltlnn la Ihr Lite of Trnilr.
.Mrs. l.etlc Cilelntn, Kluc Laundress,
No 12, Koiiili atreft, between WaihliiKton
tnd (y'omiunri ial avtmie', doci ul k nJ of
lncande).re laundry worklu ladita and
'lit fiucl. Cutlic. Ac. flilitlcmeu'aahlrfa
na.hrd an I ollh-d. clonic r tilrt and col
lar, ICc; p r diacn CV; dcV two xol
Uic, f.c; tw j lundkcrchlil', be; tU UOc;
a-d a!l Knt.tlciueii'i wear. Wo. per
Join. Ijdle' i'rre, 2i n W-;
iklrtil) ti S)r; driwri 10 to lfc; tvo
)alr hone f c; two i-ollar& to lc. Kor la.
.lie' plaluclotliea t On pi r dozen; lor la-ilii-n
fine clotbfi', 1 Si per dozen; donr
irjinptly, ami prouiptl) dclhereJ. I 'a
It'-l-S-d 1 m.
Km; from sulphur :iud otlior hnpilrltiiM.
(leor'C I.ittnir cornerof Fourteenth and
Vi'aililnjjhm avenue, will fuiulnh hctealU r,
rcry day to bU patroni a No. 1 lunch, be
Hvcen the hour of ten ami livclte o'claek.
l'rcali Milwaukee beer anil fragrant Havana
Igan to be had at hW bur at all timet.
Open Friday and Saturdays onlt.
roller of involution.
'I'litf partniTlil) lii-retolorccxI'itliiB be
tween dim. It. Nuwlaml and Jaine K.
Kfiinle, has this day Ixcn dUsolvcd by
niutttal coiistut, C. II. Xewland collecting
ill bill" due the llrm and paying all
JebU. J. 11. Nkwlanii,
J. i:. Hi:nmk.
Caiko, January 10, 1ST.". 1-21
The bi'St In the Statu for cooking,
jnitc, fctuves or i-tcatn.
Vatund tilemn fillliic;.
Cbarlei II. New land U prepared to do til
if k'as anil Hcam tlttlnp, rei ulrlny
pump, drivin,' wcl', bell Imigln-;, etc.,
Hbop on Coininerelal Avenue, betweeu
Mnth and Teeth street. 1S1-1-2MW.
Whoever babltuilly uic any a'otollc
preparations as an "appttlicr" will be
likely ti miter frm four oil!", via: anovcr
pill of food in the H'.oniacu, Impaired ability
to illRCft It, tlio paugi of dypepla, und a
Joctor'd bill. Die. Walkku'h VEdrfnn:
YlNCOAK UirTKIia, the great Teetotal lie
itoratlvc of the nt'e, without overxtlmu.
latlng lUepalato or Irltatlng the Homach,
Imparts a healthful appetite, promotes di
jentlon, re julatesi the liver and bowel i, purl-
tin tlio blood, and tbu, in-tesd of entailing
lourovll, confers four Incntluublobencllts
nity to Soventy-flvo dollars per month.
AccijU.WAiitJd ovorywberc. Teacliois, la
dies, Kent, etc., ote. No capital or out
lay rciiirtrcd. Send 20 cents for postige on
OUtUt, 10 D. O. WhLCIIHAN,
tt In In Station. Union County, Ohio.
The attention of t!;o public Is called to the
'Jat that tho City Council, by ordinance,
Ziavo directed Iho Collector to rccoivo only
in payment ol the city portion of tho taxes,
legal currency of tin IJnl.cd States. City
warrantM will tliercforo no longer bo re
i-olved for any portion ol such taxoj. Ily
Iho provision or Section 137, chapter 120,
Hunt's revision, the Collector Is required
to collect and return all personal taxes by
I lie lutli of March next. This provision
will bo vigorously enforced, and tax payers
will take due notice ortno net.
AUtX. II. iKVIN,
i Fur Hale.
A vouuu horso-4 years old last May
work Mutflo, or iloublr; wilt bo sold on 0,
months' timo-nolo with good security.
Apply at Tub Uuli.xtin offlco,
AyrjtK February 1st, 11,000 reward wilt
be glved for Ufty good paying day boarders
Avuie jjciinonico uovei f i a weea.
HATCllDAY, JANL'AHV W, 1870.
City ncrlp for alu In (iiiautltles to suit
tin: imrclinxcr. Apply id the Dui.i.kti.V
Tlio iiiriulwri' of Alexander I.od', No.
221,188.8.131.52'., arc litn liy notlllfd to
mwt nt tliclr lodj;o-r(iiii nt 11 J o'clock,
a. in., eharp, Kiiuday tin ilMt, for the
puri(Hi! of attending the fliurral of our
late brother, Win. .Martin. Visiting bro
llx'H arn cordially Invited to attend. Ily
oitlcr ol the N. (.
C. If. Slack, Secretary.
Our tlicatrc-BoinK lM'opl(! will noon
have an opportunity of wIIiii-xiIiib their
old favorite, Fannie 1$. I'rlce, who will
open nt the Atheiieuui next Wtdnc-day
night with one of the lx"-t Iroupci that
ha vlllcd thU city IhU winter.
ONl.vfW per month for prompt paloK
day boarder at the St. Chattel Irom Keb.
Mrn N. J. H'n 'oiniiiiiiilrnlloii.
We exiin'ly illclalin eiidorMMnent of
tin; abu-e Mr. S. .J. 8. heaps upon ltoi
Dr. Thayer lu her coniiiiiiiileiilloii pub
llehcd this morning. Wu believe hu
iIoch 111 in gnsit Itijuatlci. Jtut .M. T.,
who U a lady of much ability, will, we
have no doubt, reply to Mrs. S. J.S., and
idiow up the liiutlce that haslx-eu done
to the Doctor.
Ifev. J. I,. Wallar will deliver a lecture
for the iK-iitflt of the M. K. Church,
Monday evening, February 2d. Subject:
"Tm: Natl'iui. and Sltkiixatlicai.."
AiIiiiIpkIoii, 60 cents'. l-:-lt.
Aitik February l.t, flXK) reward will
be Klvon for Ufty K'od pa)lru; day bordera
at the Dtluionlco Hotel-94 a week.
llenlli uf t'omiljr Trrnanrrr Win.
At 7 o'clock yesterday morning, Wll
litiin Martin, Tron'tircr of Alexander
county, hrentlicd hii la-t, and entered nit
on the realities of the other world, ncce
Mblc only through the portaN of the
tomb. Although the coiinuunlty was
liix'kcd by the aiinoiiucemeut of hN
ikath, the ad event was scarcely iincx
pee.teil. He ha for the pa-t two wn-kn
Ix-eii HiiBerliiB on tin- borden of tlie'ra e.
Ills dliiii' was piieiiiuoiiia, which has
Imvii gradually weakening the hold he
had iijioii Hie, and ycterday mornliiB he
passiil a way calmly and without a truj;.
Mr. Martin was horn In Davis county,
in thl-, State, In 1SJ1, and In lSI'i he re
moved to this county and 'cttlcd on a
farm near Ooo-e Uland precinct, where
he nIdcd until 1HW, when lie came to
Cairo, and ociied a Ixiardlu;; liou-e. In
IST'J, he eilteml the conte-t for the otllee
of county treasurer, and was elected by a
large majority. In thU capacity he dis
charged Ids duties with such care and ac
curacy, that he wa rc-clivtiil to the olllec
without oppo-ltlon. lie had mtvoiI one
veur of the wcond term, when he wa
overiakeii by death.
Kind-hearted, Indulgent and affection
ate a a hii-hand and father, his death will
strike a deep aijd lading sorrow to the
hearts of liU widow and children, which
time may alleviate, but can never remove.
The remains will le buried at ilia
Kidgc, to which place they will be con
veyed by ujiecial train Sunday. The fu
ncriil.sicrvlees will take place at the resi
Urent ClutliiK Out Aula,
Me.rs. Elliott it Haythorii, wUhlng
to make some changes in their business
have decided to close out their present
stock, consisting of boot and shoes
$1S,000 to $20,000 worth dry goods,
clothing, hats, caps and gent's funiMilug
goods $12,000 to $15,000 worth all of
which will be sold regardless ot cost.
Next Saturday, the 30th, will be a special
sale day of boots and shoes. Terms pos
itively cash. Come one, come all. Don't
forget the day and place, 101 Coininerelal
avenue. j-wj jr.
IlpoolntloiiH r lteer.
At a meeting of the Kough and Heady
lire company, held Thursday afternoon,
the following resolution: on the death of
Henry T. Martin, late a member of that
company, were proposed and adopted ;
Wiii:im:as, Henry T. Martin, late a
member of lids company, has been re
moved from Ids membership by death,
UfHoirm, i mil in tne (leant ol Henry
Martin the ItoiiL'h and Heady lire
company has sustained the los of an cf-
neienr, prompt, ami energetic nipiniier, al
ways promtit at the call of duty and
eclf-sacrillcing in ell'ort.s to advance tho
clllcienev anil Interests of the fire-depart
ment ol Cairo,
Jltsolttii, That In tliu death of our late
brother, we recognl.c the loss of a warm
hearted man, liberal and kind ; that wc
mourn his untimely end, ami will cast
over his grave the mantle ot that charity
which bids us to not judge lot we alo
lie Judged ; and that we will remember
the many good traits ol character that
distinguished him, and lu pity often recall
tlio misery that made lilin
"Mud from life's history,
(ilad to be hurled
Out of the world."
Ily a gentleman, a room-mate or two, In
u large, furnished room, with light and
lire, lu a good locality. Object, a reduc
tion of expenses; references required and
given.' Address l O. Hox, 730.
Fred Hofhelnz, propletorof the nbovo
popular saloon, on Klglith street, an
nounces to'bls patrons that ho will here
after spread n No. 1 lunch every Sunday
morning, to which all aro Invited. Ho
will also have on tap fresh Mllwaukco
beer ; the finest brands of liquors, wines,
cigars, etc. Fred's genial hospitality,
ami thu line quality of his drinks have
gained; for "Our Saloon" uu euvLiblo rep
Ill reply to the proprietor of tho
I'lanlers' house, lu yesterday' Sun,
I will state to tho gentle
man that I mn ready to give a good and
siilllclcnt bond, and will bo ury glad If
every hotel-keeper in Cairo Is hurt in the
same manlier. I will board everybody
and their families, and give them first
class day board, for$-l 00 ir week.
l'ltorniKrou Di'.l.momco Horn..
Cairo, Jan. 20lli, 1875.
Then' have lieen four deaths In
city since last .Monday.
Don't forget to go to Klllolt and
1 lay thorn's for Hoot and Shoes, Satur
day. Circuit Court commences nt Mound
City two weeks from ncxt.Monday.
The hotel keepers of tho city are
stirring things up lively for each other.
It Is said that the peach buds at Villa
Itldge have not been Injured by tho ex
trenii; cold weather.
Joseph Tucker Is now thcgeiieral an
pcrlutiMidciit of thu Illinois Central rail
road, llu was formerly the general
An Kit February lt, l,000 roward will
be given for Ufty ood paying day boarders
at the Deluionleo Hotel 1 1 a week.
Mayor Wood left this city yesterday
afternoon for a sliort business H ip down
the .Mississippi Central railroad. He ex
ited to return on Monday.
The Jouesboro Iwltpaidtnt says that
a slight shock of an earthquake was
felt nt that plaeo last .Monday morning.
Thu track of the Cairo ,fc St. I.ouls
narrow gauge railroad has been complet
ed to w ithin three miles ol Joncboro.
A LiMiTr.nnumberof prompt paying diy
boarders will be taken at tbe St. Charles at
ll per month,
It Is said that all the peach bud In
thu latitude of Alton and as low down as
Ilellevllle in this State were entirely de
stroyed by the late Intense cold weather.
Thu calaboo: Is not filled to over
flowing with prisoners jut at present,
but the keeper of that Institution is liv
ing in lioiex of a good time to come.
Thu Illinois Central railroad paid into
the Statu treasury, on the la.t Thursday
of 1S7J, 7 jiercent. of Its gros earnings
for the six months ending October lt,
amounting to $210,015.21, as requires by
per month for prompt paying day
boarders at the St. Charles, from February
Next Monday night the Itev. Mr.
Wallar will deliver a lecture on thu "Xat
ural and Sux;rnatural," that promises to
be of great Interest.
Tho Illinois Central agents are now
aiilborl.eil to sell round trip ticket
which are good for thirty day ln-tead
of live, u formerly. The; tickets will
lie sold at lllleeii per cent, oil" regular
The coal dump now lulng built on
the Hat below llalllduy's warehouse, I
lielug pushed forward at a lively rale,
mid will, it Is expected, be completed
and ready for service in four or live
The cltUens of Charlcton, Missouri,
will :elebrato thu ninth of February w ith
a Grand Masked Hall and supper. A
number of the young folki. ol lids city,
It is said, will go over to that place and
participate In the fctlviliey.
The next demonstration that will at
tract the attention of the young people of
this place, who are lovers of dancing, i
the grand masquerade ball, to be given
by tht- Hough and Heady lire company,
on tlie ninth of February.
Afikii February 1st, jl,000 reward will
be glviu lor fifty good paying day boarders
at the Dclmonico Hotel M per week.
Sproat and Son, the oyster packers ol
this city, have seven men, who are dally
employed in ll-lilng for them in the Ohio
river. They receive onu thousand pounds
"of Ire-h lUh per day, which they have no
dillleulty lu disposing of lu this market.
It was predicted by the weather
proplnds of this city, and there are a
great many of them hereabouts, that thU
part of the State would be visited by a
terrllle wind and rain storm Thursday,
but It turned out that they were wrong.
There has not been a burglary com
mitted In this city for four days, which
fact is something out of the usual line,
considering that up to last Monday there
had scarcely a night passed for two
months on which some thelvery was not
fJ:per month for limited. nuaiber ol
prompt paying day boarders at tbe St.
Charles, from February first.
The people ot Mound City have con
cluded to build a sJe walk I'l'oin the Illi
nois Central railroad to Heech Grove
Cemetry. This is coinnicndable,aiul will
bu thu source through which the people o f
this city can avoid thu mud w hicli has to be
encountered In going from the train to
The bell of the Delta City fire com
panic's engine hottsu was tolled from
eight until twelve o'clock yesterday
morning, In memory of Treasurer Mar
tin, who was a leading member of that
organization, and the engine and meeting
room ot thu houso were draped In
"Astronomy" Is tho subject of Dr.
11. S. llrighain's lecture, w hich he will
deliver hi Liberal Hellglous hall to-mor
row night. Dr. Ilrlgham has employed
a great deal of time In preparing tills ad
dress, and will no doubt ofl'er to his au-
dluuue much important Information on
ArrKit February 1st, ?l,000 reward will
be slvcn for liny food paying day boarders
at tho Dclmonic Hotel f I a week.
During the present term of tho cir
cult court, two preachers have been tried
for stealing. Tho names of thu gentle
men are the llev. Jacob llradley, who
was Indicted for .stealing n hog. The
other gentleman goes by tho namu of thu
Key. Mr. Smith, who was before the Jury
for the very common crime of horsesteal
ing. Tim limp or boy, woman or girl,
who stole those three articles of under
clothing Irom a wash-line, on tho prem
ises f a gentleman residing on Walnut
! street, tiro requested to return them liu?
mediately, as a meinlier ol the family Is
making preparation; to go to a neighbor
ing city on an extended vllt, and unless
they are forthcoming the wardrolieof the
wild Individual w ill not bo complete.
Thu question that Is now ngltatlng
thu minds of many of our citizen 1, who
will Oppose .Mr. Henry Winter Tor thu
mayoralty, at the coming election, lieslde
Mr. l'hlllis. There arc several gentle
men who are spoken ofaslielngpo-cscd
of "the ability to properly lilt tho oillce,
but none of them seem to meet so much
favor as thu nominee of thu Jlt u.ini.v
.Mr. Demosthenes Lafayette DavN, edi
tor of the San.
To everyone who wishes to bu enlight
ened on tho subject of "Woman," wu
would say, go to thu High School Mon
day evening, listen attentively to what
Mrs. Dr. Wardiier has to say, and you
will have learned what you wish to know.
Her lecture, Ills said, will Ix; tho most In
teretlng of any that has yet been given
under the allspices of the hoard of direc
tors, and will draw out an Immense ntull
unci;. From thu Jouesboro InitejxmUnt we
learn the follow lug: "The Odd Fellow
an; making arrangements for a re-unloii
and celebration of the With anniversary
of the order, at thu fair grounds In thl
place, on thu 2Hh day of next April.
Thu O. & St. L. H. H. will then bu In
good running order, as well as thu 111 I
nol (.'ciitr.il, and tho fraternity, from all
portions of Southern Illinois will be in
vited to be present."
Tin; Commerce (Mo.) DiswireA, in
slinking of the murder of the two Harris
boys, at I.acouia, Arkansa",on the 12th
liit., says : "Itoth brothers were with
Captain l'Ieaant, on a trading boat
during the past two years, and after the
deatli of that gentleman, stilt continued
the busincs for the widow. James wa
partly nd-cd by 11. 1'. Lynch, of this
plaeo and Is well and favorably known by
nearly everyone lu tbe place. Their
mother, Mrs. Stewart, Is In delicate health,
and this blow of poignant grief nearly
Steamer Jim l'lk. I'aducah.
" Pat Clclbornc, Kvaiisville.
" Great Hepubllc, Now Orleans.
' It. 1). Wood and tow. South.
Steamer Jim Fik, Padiieah.
Pat Clclbornc, Kvaiisville.
" Sii-le Silver, New Orleans
" Great Kepubllc, New Orleans.
11. D. Wood, Pittsburgh.
The weather yesterday wa in keep
ing with that of several days pievioii".
being very muddy under foot, and cloudy
over head, with a light wind from morn
lug till night.
The Ohio river rose three, feet and
elghi Inches, which brought her up to
thirteen feet above low water murk, and
.still going up slowly.
Business remains about as usual,
there being no change for the better.
The steamer Fisk Is again making
dally trips between this city and Pa'
The steamer John It. Maud, which
struck an old wreck sonje miles lielow
Memphis, and sunk, a few weeks ago.wa.
r.d-ed successfully, and Is now at the Ma
rine ways at Mound City, lor repairs.
'A.n DEriHMIF.NT, Itl KB llri'OIIT.
lumuir '.".) IsT.'i
I Aaorr. Ulvw.
SrArlOM". LOW WATLI!
T IN. IT IN.
rillsburjr 0 0 d I
Cincinnati 13 1 I, II
.oulsTille SO l I
Nathvlllr .17 0 110 S.
ht. I-ollH 3 11 0
-Use PA RADISH COAL.
If you want fresh oysters without pay
ing for the cm and .transportation, K to
Sprout's, 131 Ohio Levee, ;aud get them by
tho pail full, fresh every morning-. l'J-t-t
Those using base-huruer stoves have
found Just what they want lit PARA
Ilavluj bItcu up my ol I tand on the
levee and taken Keohler A- llro's shop, on
K'gbtb street, I sliJI ho prciiured to su
jily the citizens ol Cairo with the best
nieati the market affords, l'lu.iso cull und
6ee mo. I'iiil. HoWAiin.
Try PARADISE COAL, the cheai
est nud best.
Oo to Spront's, 135 Oulo I.cvcc, and
get your cyders by tho hundred or can
trcsh every mornlni;. liM-tt
Try PARADISIC CO.Mi forcookln.
Sproat, 13: Ohio Lovee, Is luriil hlng
oy,tc: Il the light rlpe. Katnllles cau
ho mpp led lu any quantity freh every
Orilor PARADISIC COAL from any
-All that have tried PARADISIC
COAL will tio no other.
-Huy PARADISIC COAL.
Jfewly-tltted, llnely furnished barber
stop by Ocorgo iiteinhouso, corner Com
mercial avenue nnd r.ighlh street. Yuirs
otpract'co have t'lcn him a light hand
that nukes a smooth savo delightful. All
who try him once will call ngalu, All the
lato dully papors aro kept on his tiblo lor
the bcnellt ol his costomcra, and there is
no tedious waltinsfor turns. tf
Joo Koueker Is now in full control of
tho Washington bikeiy, and having learn
ed tho wants of the public, Is propared to
supply on call u'l demands for French loof,
Itoston. lliown and Graham bread, and
everything else ordinarily lound In a first
classbskfiy. He maintains a full stock of
confectioneries, and can, as well as any
other dealer Id the, city, 1111 nil ordcis In
that line, Cakes baked, irostcd or orna
mented on short notice. Hpoeln lalttnllou
given to tlio orders of wedding or picnic
parties. 0 l2',f'
Obitiiclri to .Miti-rlnire,
HilUy Heller Tor Youiiff Men front (lit
rflVcls of Kitoi-s and Alaiej hi wily life. Jf an
hood reiloixvl. Inui'llment to Jtani.ixaic.
inovi'il, New me'hod' Of lietiiu-ut' Ncwfiud
lemaikiihlu ivinnllts. llootsuml vhvuUi sent
rrve, InsciliiU'iiielopi'Si Addiris, lIDW.Mttl
ASSOCIATION, 410 N. Ninth' stitet, Philadel
phia, l'a ,.in Institution ImvliiK n hlxli ivputu
lion for houonilile cunduct uml profeijionul
,VI1. lou-1. 15-ilAr.ini
Corrected Dally by E, St. Msjirns, commission
iiKtvlumt, svcrtfcuy of Uic Culm Hoard or
t lour, arronlltifc to ffnule l o3j 00
Corn, inliuil, racknl HT.V
Corn, ivlilte, kmAiiI u.7i:
Oati, iiiIxkI - Udiile
limn, r ton fvtitw
Mrnl, ileum dried ' 3 ?."
Iliitlcr, choice NorUiim roll a.V)
lluttrr, choice Southern Illinois ....... VHis
I'.KKt, irdopii....... . '. fciiMfl
t'hirkrtH, -er i loen $1 .'OM so
1irki, T ilu.cn (,(410 UJ
Aiplfn, choice, i r bairvl..- SI Wt,
Applrs, common, iwrhaml.- mwi 1
I'olnliMK, )n r M M.1 .'iO
Onion. r lrrrl tlvtl to
lluckwhrut Hour '1M
Hre Hour ... :70
ItllAI, KSTA I i: ACr.NT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
Roal Estate Agents
7-a ohio Xjiaxrafain,
UT snd itll rft esbttc, ytj Uxrt, furnish
Rusinu'K or uu.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
CON VETANCIKS, rfOTARIBS PUBLIC
Land AcenU of tha Illtnola Contral and
HurllnKton and Uulmcy B. R.
North Cor. Sixth smd Ohio Lorae,
E. MAXWELL & CO.,
BAILWAY MACHINERY nd BURNING
No. 616 North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
AGENTS FOR FHEJfJH PLUMBAGO 0118
ii . i. I 'mw winsii s
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wlioli-.'lc And Ititiill Drains In
Foreign and Domestic
AVIM.S OF Alii. ItlXDS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoe,
A,PN!!r SMYTH A CO ut sully
iVL a laiw slock of the trt jfivxl. hi Hie lour
let, unit (tlveeipneidl ullrutiou lolhk' "holwile
lunch of Ihu liu.inwi
Stoambont, Hotel and Family
ASD Mlll.lt IV
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggs, Northorn Buttor, &o.
Between Washington and Commercial
J3-Uoods dcliveitd fitc of charje.
IK) AT STORK'S.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Hotel and Restaurant
Two iloois uoith of Uiu Cairo and Vlncunos
WM. WETZEL, Proprietor.
ATltUbTV wstch kspt nlirlit and day for
tlnlus und tUtUiibonts,
'I lie heat of awoiunioiUllous fur translnit
guits ulTtto Dollurs pui'itay.
TIIK MASON X HAMLIN
WNKKR3 of thrre hlglint inolals und ill
,)ilolil:l of honor, ut Vlelimi, mid
l'uris,'lsU7, iiuw oner tne llncst unsortmeul ot
the lwt ouhlnct oiruus Inthewoild, Includlns;
new slle with recent hnproTeinents not only
cxcliUlirty forciuli, in toiinerly, hut ulso on
new ill oti, or uuty ki)ineuts, the most favorable
em- nlArul. llrgnH reutetl Willi lultllt'isv ot
innvli.-e; to almost any part of the country.
l'irl i iiu-iil !i uoorupniird . , , .
llhutrutuil cutitlogut-S ami rli'cul.iis. with full
iarticuliirs, sent livo ini nuol Audriws
MABON & UAMIJN OROAN CO.,
lloston, New York ot Chtinvo
lloiton Hri.i.KTiX: I'len'c minounrcth.it I nm
......n..,i.i .... Hiii.imiciii ruiir a aunmrriu
I he coining Krlal election to lie held (nitl.o fotli
iluy orKehniury. Wit. C. MLI.hllV
KrilTon .Sex: I'linfc nnnounre JOHN II.
l'llll.t.lS mi a r.niillilnlf for .Mn) or of Cslro, ut
theenrulnjr inunlclinl ctecllon.
J.Tiiiiarj- il, l37.'i. .Ur (;iri7K.sj,
TWO GRAND FREE LECTURES!
DRS. PAYNE AND CLARK.
Monday night, January ltttli sulijecl, "Tim
I.iuit lliflr lilsmm "
Wnlnc.Ktav mIkIU, .lanu.ir' 27) suhlwt, "IHs
ttie inrliltnt lo the DlKrative Mvslrmi hoV
piiHlurti howrraillnttnliklnilsnr Uxxi npi.ll
I'lihlctotheniPrrhant, inrrhanlc, mlulttiT ' etc
t-utunluy nltclil, .iHiiuary 301 KninJ Irrlurclo
grntlpinrn only, on "Man's l'h)sicnl .Nutiin',"
u mlijirt ivplric with inlornmllon.
Ailinlion toprlvslr Ircture, x, ri nlx Ixv.
turecomuunrt'snt 8 l. in. l--l-JI-it
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowlcilgnl by all cowl Millrliins to lx' tho
bvit l'lano now luiulr.
THE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which vo have .ol over 100 diinns
twelve 5 curs nat, hcconiing tnoio and more
pojiuhr every day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN OiKtAX
Splentllil tone, Power and Unrahility.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
Avcrviino iiHtrnnicnt, n0.iitod to Instru
mental as well as vocal imiit
A 1.1. Till! AIIDVl! Altl! Ol'KllUKI) ON"
fV Kiv Monthly l'a incut-, at low ily lire?'
reg-irdUss of l.'st I'rlce-.
In great varl' ty, Incliulliii; all Ihu no.v
anil popiinr imnic oi tnu nay.
Orders Irom the Ciunuy
lroiuitly llllad nnd eir.
VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS,
ACCOUDIiONS, CI j A KIX15TS
niKXcii iiAKfjj, inc., irrr.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
I'nrcl-hed to Order.
STRIN0S FOR VIOLINS, GUITARS, KTC.,
Ol thu ict (n.ility.
Classical Studios and Exercises
Or all grades for l'lano or Voice.
GTIIvery description of .Mtileal lr
ehandlso ltirnihed to order, iiromptly and
at iirlces lower than over ofl'cred hefore.
AiKNtY ALSO OK
" ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illuitrutcd Catalogue and I'rlce
Ust ot these hcautilnl groupes.
All Ocods Warranted as Bepreiented.
ROBBINS MUSIC BAZAR,
si i.stT.i.i.AN i:n vs.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Dotwoon WashlnKton and Commercial
Avenues, adjolutnir lluuny'a.
T"KKlS lor sale the lint Ihtf, I'mL, Mutton
J.. V nil , linu. Miiiik', Ac . uml l pre
listed to serve t'uimlics ill tin uccriitablt- liisliiiei'
BOX and BASKET CO
All LIuJs. UkiiI nuil soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &e.
Mill aud Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Bofvesn Washlnuton and Commercia.1
Dill I ITT I M
UULLl. I I II.
Leading Journal of Southern
' "ri'rJ-rmi.Vf A IT
HlttcaiUa.tly oppoc the policies ol tho
Itepuhlluin party, and rcfnsn to be tram
mvllcd by tho dictation o( anycllriue in tlio
It believes that the Republican party has
fnllllled Its nihslon, and that tlio Demo
cratic party as now organized should be re
stored to power.
It believes the Radical tyranny that has
rer several years oppwed the South
should be overthrown ami ttio people of the
Southern .States pi ruillted to control their
own .i fl'air..
It believes Hut railroad corporations
snou'd bo prohibited by lcg'slutlvc enact
in tits from extorting and unjustly dsscriiu
inutliiij' lu their huilncis trantactlons with
It rccosni7.es the npiallty ol all men be
fore the law.
It adocatcs free colnlclve tariu" for
It advocates resumption or sfiocle pay
incut, and honest pi incut or the public
It ndvocites economy in tho aduilolstra
lion or public atl'alrs.
AS A NEWSPAPER
The lltilletiu will publish ml the local nows
o Cairo, and a variety or Commercial, l'o
lltical, Foreign and General News, nnd en.
deavor to ileasc all tastes and latere. t ah
Is a thirty-two column paper, fumMicd to
subscribers I'or the low price or
$1 25 PER YEAR,
l'ostsge prepaid. It Is Iho cheapest paper
In tlio West, and Is i pleating Fireside
Visitor und 1'alnlly Couipanlou.
Cannot (ail to ice tho unrivaled Induce
incuts olTored by Tho ITullctln In tho way
ot cheap and prolltibio advertisements.
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