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y -wsfcvi- Hi'injenuwii wrui 01 wiii-rci-!.fR5
Iowa. inuts Miry 'I hurstlny niifht
'53r.f nl luir i.hI mm. In their Imll on
t oimnerclsl uwuuc, helWM-ii .lsth mill ."eicntli
StlrvH .loUMll OosSMAX, N (i,
f 1AHSO HNCAMPMLST, I. 0. (). IV, meet.
Wlnl'iM-rYlloira' M ill on Hiv Orstand llilnl
Ine'day In Krr mouth, at h-ilf-pn.t mi-ii.
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lAlltOI.OIHIK. NO M7,A.r. A A !M
V 1 1 nm riyuinr roiiimuiiio.iuon in ,si.t-
funic ll.ill, wmier oiniiierclil iiveiine
lltll lihrhttl Sll11-I. mi thu tt:f!Ullll ami
fourth Monday nfmcli month
D IIANC1IKTT Manatfer.
Iliiif i-iiuin'-iil or tin' hrlllhinl )oiitiK AitUte,
MISS FANNIE B. PRICE.
ho will n' er In litrKicat liantr'ur nf
Supported!)' a Fowarful Company.
Tin- Management takes plcssurr liinniioiinrlni;
Iu llii- rlllnn of I urn that tin' thmtlf ha. Irn
niiillnl with rutin' new smicry, lint In I ur-kim-I
liy liny tlimlri' south nf I hhwi. W lllrll
will K- iimiI tur the tint timvliy this liotipe
WodneKtlay Eva., Fob. 3d,
Will ! prduul thr uorM-miniriinl Drums,
In I n i' At eulitli-l
Fanchon the Cricket
1 AM HON the Cricket ...
I AIIIKII IIAIUIAI II
I'liinile II. I'rlnv
.tl) MIHt T.I CflltH.
)t1llwrrl Nut ran In: seciiii-1 nt Hun
I lurtlu in ' t uliiiv i-i-lf
.VlllllC (if Ill'IIHMIll.
Finding llii- pre aei.t store room too mnll
fur our growing bul-lncss. I w .11, In t tic
Ulter p.i t of I'otiniary, remove to tlic )pi-
inn bulldliis,' Iomii rly occupied by LI'iott
1 l.ij thorn, here, with the Iticrcs-cil l.i
rilllof, I Mill Jc a jr'cr stock ol lloit
ami Shies linn i ur hcturc, I n the moan
Hint, to at oM t lie iwpcmo ' uioiliii: ar.d
to prepare for )prln trade, Iw.lltiffir my
entire stock of s Inter Rood at acM'si.
i- jsr Tiii I- lti'Mxr.-s. and Krcat ba--
i;alns in oil rul to the (ortimit-t
19"-l--tl Ity shoe s ore.
I'illy So Sevfiil)-Sie il dlurs per man li.
Aenlt n'aMtti I every wbi-n-. TeachoH1,
Hoi. x tits 'te , u v. N rspltil or out
I )' i iUlicl. si'H-l '-1 utii'r for JMXt hi
jiilUt, to I). U. Wi'l.citx.iv.
tl I r in Millaii. I.'nl mi Comity, Ohio.
fur grail's 'tinin or
f'ri"li MIJiJilj .
Mr. I'. 1'ilzfrraUl !iv jnt rriTlveil ami
li.i on -air at !il ialc room a lurgi: rlin-k
t Kngli-li ali, iKirtiT, llcinic.)' tiratnly
m.I wliij, aii'l Ktmr of all Uii'l., wlikli
l.u will ilitpoxi of at rcamnalile t'rin'
'Aiti it IVlirua') 1-t, tl.(0 rowaril will
he srhen lor tl f y pi .1 ia)inx l iy lioirJcrs
ct tliu Delmoiili-o Hotel H a week.
OYBTKRS I UYETEH3 !
Sjiront, 135 Ohio Levee, 1- rreelting Now
irleani nj '.ir- every iiioriiln;' In hulk. Iln
U niuklng HI 4 own can and luvVin; lid
iwn ojter, lliereby avoiding Hie txorlil.
tuit elup'u for tranHirtnt!oii, and hen.i
jIimI to fittuMia better artl -le at a K"ii
price than any other dealer. I'atronle a
Inline institution, and hcnullt rourM'If.
'oiiiielltliin ! tlie I. He r Ti'iitle.
Jlii. I.e tle Coltrni n, Klne l.aundri!!,
No VJ, roiirta lrcet, between ViihlnKtoii
mil C'ouuiierilal iivriiuci, Uoei up 1; mU nf
liie and coarse l.mndry work lor lad r nnd
."iit'ciiieii, fluting. Ac Ocnlletnpu'i hr!i
washed an I polMifd. Mii;;le shirt ami col
li r, IPc; p r dczen njcj o;k f-; two col
ars, f c; twj lifindkerohlih, fie: veni i!Oc:
jid a I get tlrnii'u' wear, NV. .per
loon. I.ullo. ilrt-i;f, "Ji to C0 ;
klrt!) ti 2'k'i driw-T'i 10 to Kic; Iwn
jalr hoe fx1: two collars to I'c. Krr la
Hi ".' plain ilntho i 1 (ki p r doon; lor Iu
llc lino chilli i", $1 per dn.i'ii; ilotw
iramptly, nnd prcnnptly dellNerel. l'.i
Kii'O Innii -ill i ilmr titul otlief liniiiifllie-.
A it Kit Kchrmry 1st, tlXH) reward wl 1
lie given lor lllty nd pa) Inn day ho nlera
at ihe Ih'lmonico Hotel $1 :i week.
Hilly I.iiik Ii.
(InorKe LiUntr cornerof l'oiiilcentli nnd
Wa.-liliiliin avenue, will furnish lieicalter,
every day to h's p-itronn a No. 1 lunch, he
I ween Ihe hour of ten and twelvo o'clock.
Fresh Milwaukee beer ami fragrant llavaii.i
ig.u to ho had at hit bar at all times.
.Millet of DNtoliilloii.
Tlie parlnerlilp lieivtoloieexUliiibe
.wei'ii Cliii-, It. Xewlaml Mini liiinri K.
Keiinlc, liii tliU ility been 1I olvcil by
'iiiitiml ctHH'iit, ('. II. Xewlaiiilcolk'i'llii
ill bills due thi llrni nml paying nil
.lebts. .1. II. Xr.wi..xi,
I. i;. I'i'.nmi:.
(' vino, .Inniniiy U, 1S7,i. 1-21
Tlx! let iu Hid Stntn for cooking,
sj rates, stoves or Meiun.
OiihiiiiiI Klciiiii I'ltllnir.
dtark'H II, Xewlaml l prepared to do nil
Kinds of j,'a and ('team littliif., rurulrltig
pumpa, drlvln,' wel , bill livngliii', itc,,
liui on Couimcreial Avenue, between
Xlnlli ami Tenth streets. liSI-l-Ul-lw.
"Whoever habitually uci any n'cohnllc
jirrparatlotni u tin ' iippctler" will bo
ilkoly 1 stiller from four ovIU, auover
jilu. of food In IhoH'oniaeli, Impaired iibtllly
(o digest It, the pang of tlyspcpda, and a
Joetor'a bill. Hit. Wai.kbh'h Vi oi;t ni.it
ViNKO.ni lltTTKItH, the great Teetotal He
tniMtlvi! of the iijjc, v llinut oviivstlum
lallug tliopalutn or ll'ltallug thn iloniieli,
Inipartu healthful npputllii, pronotcii db
ontlnn, roul it' Ihe II at at it bowt 1 ; purl
:loi Hid hlooil, ar.il thus I' st 'td ofctituil Hi'
foiifcvl!n,"(!Onfur lour Inettltu ible bcuellK.
WHDN'KSDAV, I'lillltUAUV 3, 1S75.
A N . O I'N CKM KNTN.
I'orStntt 'a Allorney.
Klillnlt Ill'MATI I'lriiwautHilllicthal I am
li r.iii'llilnli' r.ir thr nlllre of .1UH'" Attornry at
thr minlnir fiKt'lal (lit lion to hr hrhl on thr Iillh
day or February WM.l, 3II.I.KKV
CiMinu Mi .x I'lnsn nrinounrr .IOIIN II.
I'll II. I. I.i an n tuii'liihile fur M)or of Lulio, at
the rnuiiliK Iniiiiklpiil rlrctlon.
January 1, IS7J U.vy Clllii.a.
f.oeul Wuthr Brporl.
Cilsio, III., Krhrnarj I, Itft.
lUn. ITmi Wisu. I Vai,
ii w;i i ii
llnln Ml, C7.
1110)1 AS JON'KS, Ohmirr.
To-hllit. nt tlie Atlieiictiiii, Funny II,
Trice, fiipportetl by an entlitly new nml
fxcclbiit company, will iippear In I'au
clion tin.- Cricket, Mr. I. Ilaiielittt ilny
Ing tin; cliar.iL'ter of Father llarbainl.
One of .SIhtIII Irv Ill's ilepittk'.-ilca.Mo.:-ilar
tifteriioon mithi! llliiioUC'i-ntrnltRilii
Willi elvlit prUoiKT', who wen-yentciiwl
nt tin- preK.iit term of the circuit court to
terinof from one to cljjltt yetirt In tliu
Ktnti; pri-oniit .loliet. Tin- ileputjjliail
with lilm n luro Isox filled wild grub,
vvitli which to feed his wards whilcon the
Ilonril of 'I'rnile Mi-ctlnir.
The llonril of Tr.ule will tmrt nt 10
o'clock till" a. in. .Meinberri will take
diiy iiothfiis bii-lue-v of liiiortiiucc will
mukv It nccc'siary for a full ntteudenec.
Another toclahlc, to be given utnlcrtlie
:iu.plec of the Liberal llellioiCi AiocI
ntion. will lake place nt their hall to
night. A giwul string li.iuil will bo In at
teudiitiec, ami tho'c of tlic young foilsof
tliU' city who would .kjiiI a few liour.
iu (lancing. Munld not full to l.t- there.
The a-Mseiatlou rxteuiU a cordial invita
tion to tlie people to be prcH-nt.
A man of rood jtiltic qualities to
take the general agency here In a bu-i-mm.
that will pay Iroui S200 to $W
uioutbly. Till- U no trinket or patent
right all'.dr, an 1 none but rcpoiifible
men intil apply. Cill at the Aillugton
iioiiv.lioin l'i to A p. in., and a-k I'urM.J.
Mc-r. Fnil llufiiein, V. T. Ib-erwarl.
.John Koehloraud C'lnrlei Frank. a com
lultlii; app ilnteil to s 'II tickets for the
Itouli and lt-.vuly Ma-mienuli' ll.ill, to
come off on the '.lib lut., will vMt our
cltl.eii to-day for that purpo-e The
object (jflhe ball U for the benelll of the
eompnny. .mil it l hoel that tlioe who
may wl-h to .niint "the boys" will pur-cha-e
a ticket w hcther tliey expect to par
ticipate iu tlie ball or not. Let all how
their appreciation of tlie Hough ami
Heady company, for ervleei n-iideri'il.
by buying a ticket. 1 1
Afrrlt February t-t, l,(xl tewsrd will
to Ktved for ti ft y good paying day boatdcrt
tithe Dflunnlco Hotel l a week.
ItFHlKiintioii or .)lr. Thnjrr.
At the cowIii-Idii of the ervlcca ill the
Irebyterlan church onrjiiniliiy iiioriiing,
the Kev. Mr. Thayer reigned ihe pator
ate of the church of which he has had
charge for tin; la?t three year. Ills re
Ignalion and, we prcftinie, cou-iiiueiit
ileparttire from Cairo will 1m- deeply re
gretted by a hut of fricniU iu tills city,
outside the pale of his church a. well lis,
iu it, who admire him as a preacher and u
man. 'I he lk t.M;n., lu-'coinmon with
thcc friend", wi-herMiti sucees and
happiness wherever tuv luture mav lead
Till l.eetnro mill Conrert.
Owing to the lllne?? of Mr-i. Monsarrat.
who wa to take a prominent part in the
iiiil-lr.il e.erei-e- In connection with tlie
Kev. Mr. Wallar's lecture on "The
Xiitur.il anil Suiscrnaturiil," It was post
poned from Tuesday until Tliur.-ilay
ttlfjlit. The managers of the alVnlr iiintre
to tliepeojileaii entertainment that will
be well worth thiir time and money;
they have made every preparation that
will contribute to tlie cdillcatlou of their
patrons. For many weeks Mr. Wallar
lias been itiiilyiiig the subject upon which
he will sjicnk, and lias, he think.-, in store
for bis hearers an address w hleli will meet
their approbation. The concert will also
form a very iutcrestine; feature. Anion;,'
others wiio willslnj,' on the occasion will
be Mrs. Monarrar, Mrs. Wright, MUs
I. ula Face. MU.s Carrie Fugles, Mr. K. C.
Face, Mr. Walter McKce, Mr. Frank Van
diini, ami Mr. Xiek Hacker, all of whom
arc known In tlie city as having attained
a high standard of excellence in tlie art
of music. Tlie admission feeli llfly cents,
Hie proceeds of the entertainment to be
expended In tliu Interest of tlie church.
Thecilyhas been thoroughly canvassed
by ladies of the congregation, who have,
wo are inlorined, been very Micccaful hi
disposing of tickets, anil it is -thought
that a very largo aiidleneo will be present.
(lood single rooiiH on the upj'cr floor at
the Saint Charles can ho had, with hoard,
it the very low rato of $3) per month
For several weeks past business in the,
police courts ot this city has been ex
ceedingly dull. The city, as wu have
stated before, is full of stragglers of every
nationality, but they seem lo have com
passion on tliu tax payers, who have to
pay their board at tliu calaboose, whmi
they commit a breach of the peace. They
show, by their quietude, liiat they are ad
vocates of "retrenchment," and that Ihey
aru (driving to bring about -n statu of
economy. .For keveral days there
hti3 not been more tlinii one case
per day before either of the police magis
trate, until yeutertlay, when Mr. Miller,
a colored lady residing on OoniiiHTclnl
uvenue, had a warrant Issued lor Hie ar
ret of n colored man named Clem Young,
for ansa ill ting her. There were two w It
ucsaCs iu the case Hell llonuet and u
negro boy, whose testimony was such
that .ludge Ilross saw lit to assess a line
of live dollars and costs against the
oU'endcr. Clem, feeling that he had been
wionged, had a warrant made out for
Mrs. Miller, who, he claimed, had -struck
him on the shoulder w itli a piece ol board,
hut he being the only witness on Ills side,
and Hell llonuett having Ken brought
up as u witness for defendant,
swore that Mrs. Miller had
not struck Clem. The evidence
not being strong enough to convict the
defendant, slit; was discharged. Then
comes forward Chief Mcllaie, and swore
out a warrant for Hcllu Houuet, the
charge preferred against her being Va
grancy. The Chic! slated that on seve
ral dillcrcnl occasion?, gentlemen llvlnght
the neighborhood where Hdlcls sojourn
ing, had made complaints against her, to
theeU'ect that she was not what she
should be, and that she had no visible
means of support. Clem Young was
then put under oath, and testlllcd that he
had known Helle ever since she came to
Cairo, which lie said was between two
and three mouths ago, and that lie had
never known her to do u stroke
of work, with Ihe exception nf making a
Ised once In awhile for Mrs. Miller. Then
came Mrs. Miller, who swore iu very
strong terms that Hullo was a good girl ;
that she had "lived with her for (julle a
while, and that she had never feen any
thing wrong with her.
The .ludge, after hearing the evidence
of all the wltneses, told Helle that ho
would lie iu duty bound lo aesi a line of
fll teen dollars and costs against her, which
Mrs. Miller proinNed to pay, and the par
ties left the court room.
The sidewalks are In a dreadfully
Glllet's Haklng Fowder the best in
use always reliable.
Huslness on the levee was almost en
tirely suspended yesterday, owing to the
Inclemency of the weather.
The new bank project, which is now
on toot In this city, Is creating considera
ble talk among the business men.
Olllet's Haklng Fowder for tale
(Jupton. the murderer of Eehbael',
Is doing his best to escape. He seems
determined to not stand a trial if there Is
any way to avoid It.
The flmncc committee of tlie city
council '.!c-!royed ten thousand two hun
dred ai.d ilny-tivc dollars and ninety-four
cents inch..- scrip yesterday afternoon.
Willie Chri-inan. who is well known
a one ot the mo-t estimable boys iu tlie
city, was taken sick with pneumonia a
day or two ago, and I, now coutlned to
his' b. ,1.
Mr. W. II. .Schllllto. agent for the
Fanny 11. Price theatrical troupe, has
compli ted i vi iv arrangement for the ai
iK'aranco of that company before the puls
l!c at the Atheueum to-night.
Call for the Isest lilllet's Haklng
Powder for It never disappoints the
The public road between here and
Mound City is In a most fearful condition,
and at this eca-on of the year almost ini-pa-sable.
It Is to lie hoped that when the
time comes that work can be done, it will
Work on Foster t Hcxford's mam
moth ice hoii-e, now being constructed
on Hie flat below the St. Charles Hotel,
opposite Halliday Hrothers' warehouse,
Is progressing rapidly, and will, If the
weather Is favorable, be completed with
in a week.
Sheriff Irvin received a telegram lrom
the mother of Henry Martin, deceased,
yesterday afternoon, asking him to have
the remains of her son forwarded to h?r
at Haltlinore, Maryland, where she re
sides. It Is said that Mr. Irvln will com
ply with Iter request to-day.
The Htidges boys, who were arrested
at Hit Cuolti by Sheriff Carter, of Vienna,
about two week ago, charged witli hav
ing roblx'd and burned the residence of a
gentleman named Holes, on the Itth of
Augut lift, are now coiill.ieil Iu the
Johnston county jail, under ball of one
thousand dollars each.
The Thalhii", who have decided to
give the last dance of the series on tlie
ninth, are making every etl'ort to have
this the grand event of the season. The
la! party was to have taken place on the
twenty-second of the present mouth, but
owing to the fact that Lent begins on the
tenth, It was thought advisable to change
the time to the ninth.
Wild's Flavoring Kxtracts the best
hi use, and for sale by nearly every gro
cer. Wc learn that It is tlie Intention of
Mr. Jaeckel, proprietor of tho Thalian
saloon, opposite this olllce, to start a
beer garden In connection with his) saloon
as soon as tho weather will permit. The
employes, particularly the senior editor
of this paper, are looking forward with
much anxiety forthu time to arrive.
dipt. Pagram,of tlie steamer James
Howard, wjio resides in. St. Louis, met Ids
family, comprising two young ladies
and a young sou, at the Illinois Central
train yesterday afternoon, and took them
aboard his boat for a pleasure Hip to Now
Orleans. The Howard will leave for that
port to-day. (
It is thought that the two Htidges
boys, who robbed and then set lire to the
resilience of Mr. Holes, near Vienna,
Johuon county, a lew months ago, were
not tliu only parties connected lu the
ciitiie, but that an older head had some
thing to do with It, nnd that the boys
only executed the work planned lor them
by some one else.
Yesterday afternoon a negro man
nnd a boy were driving a yoke of oxen at
tached to a wagon loaded with coal, up
Washington avenue. When a little dis
tance past the custom house, the boy's
. hat blew oil; he Jumped from the wngon,
picked it up and ran back to tliu vehicle
and trkdtogct aboard by catching hold
oflhe end gate, which wns liungon hing-
ci to Hie bed; the gate flew ojieii, letting
the lad dow n very hard on his back In tho
mud, nnd n few bushels of coal fell from
the back end of the wagon on the hoy,
completely burying him. Fortunately,
the mud was soil nnd the cna king in
small chunks, no bones were broken.
Clear Creek precinct has always been
noted for raising tlie beat com, wheal
and oats ofany precinct hi thecounty,and
now she Is about to lay claim to being the
best baby raiting district In the county,
A few days ago .Mrs!. (Jeorgo S'rals pre
sented to her husband three bouncing ba
bies two girls and a boy. Within the
last six years Mrs. Seals has given birth
to seven children.
Open Fridays und Saturday, onlv.
llev. J. I.. Wallar will deliver a lecture
for the Ix'tiellt oflhe M. K. Church,
Thursday evening, February 1. Subject:
"Tin: Xah'iiw. and Si.'n:ii.v.4ii iiAi.."
Admission, 60 cents. l-'i'J-lt.
l.inillier Jluiil lirStolil.
We have on hand a large lot ot as
sorted lumber, which must be sold at
once. Parties hi need, will save money
by calling on us, or at the lumber yard,
formerly Wall itKnt, where Mr. Mcflahy
will 1h; found, and prices given.
lO-l-yi-IH Sv.w Yoiik Hrom:.
The attention otitic public Is called to the
fa:t that tho City Council, by ordinance,
have directed the Collector to receive only
In payment ol the city portion of the taxes,
lgl currency of tin United States'. City
warrants will therefore no longer be re
ceived for any portion d( siuii taxes, lly
the provision of Section 137, chapter 120,
llurd'i revision, the Collector Is required
to idled and return all personal taxes by
the 10th of March next. This provision
will be vigorously enforced, and tax payers
will take due notice of the I let.
Alex. IL Ikvin,
-F-c PAKAWSK COAL.
Arrmit February 1st, $1,000 reward will
be ttlven for fifty (jood paying day boarders
at the Hclmonlca Hotel Si a week.
If you want fresh oysters without pay
In; for the cm and .transportation, go to
Sproat'j, 135 Ohio Levee, Jand get them by
the pall full, fresh every morning. liM-t
Tho-e using ba-e-tmrncr stoves have
found just what they want In PAHA
llavln given up my ol I land on the
levee a. d taken Keohler A: tiro's sh 'p. on
L ghth strict, I sh.llln prepared lo sup
ply the citizen, ol Cairo with the best
meats the market afford'. Please call and
scenic. 1'iltt.. IIow.mui.
Try PAHAlilSF, COAL, the cheap
est and Iicxt.
do lo Spnat', 125 Ohio Levee, ar.d
get your oystrrs by tho hiimlrc l or can
t:eIi cviry morning 12-l-tt
Try PAHAULSi: COAi. forcooklng.
Spro.it, IITi Ohio Levee, Is liirnbhing
oyiters the rlbt thvpe. Fauilllnj can
be supp led iu an,'- quantity fresh every
moimn. 12 I tf
-Huy PAHADISK CLL.
Xcwiy-atteJ, flnely furnbhed barber
5op by (Jeorge Stelnh )U-c, earner Com
menial avenue and Lii,iitli s reel. Yiars
ol pract ce Ime iven him a light hand
that nukes n smooth stave drllhiful. All
who try llm once will call again. All the
l.i'.c dally paper, arc kept 011 his table lor
the benetit ol his costomers, and there Is
no tedious waiting for turns. tf
Aftf.u Febrinry 1ft, $l,0is) reward will
be given tor fifty good paying day hoirder.s
at the Deluionk') Hotel tl per week.
All that have tried PA HA DISK
COAL will use 110 other.
Joe Itouckcr Is now In full control of
lho Washington bakery, and hating learn
ed the wants of tho public, Is prepared to
upply on call ai demand- fur French loBf,
ltostou, Urown nud Oral) am bread, and
everything 1U0 ordinarily tound la a first
class bik ry. He maintains a fu I sto.k o!
confeclioneries, and can, as well rs any
other dealt: in tlic city, till all orders. In
that line. Cilia-, baked, iroMed or orna
mented on short notice. Spccia tatleniinu
given to tho orders of wed'hii;,' or iciilc
parties. 8 12-tf.
Order PAHADISK.C0A1. from any
Oltatnclc-i to .Murrlasc.
Ilnpiiy Heller Tor Young .Men finm the
rffects of Krrors anil Ahinc in mrly life. .Mau
IhkhI rrstoivd. Imie.lliiii'iits to JIurrliiKv ic
inoU'il. NewiuelluMl of Imilmi'iit. Nrw and
rrmarkuhlc ii-medlrs. IlooLsHint rirrnlars sriil
flic, la smIi-iI eimloiss Aililrcss, HoWAItl)
ASSOCIATION, 41!) N. NllHIl "tln't. PhllinUI
pliln, Pa , an Institution Iim lnr a lilnliivpiita
lion for houoruhlc comluct nml professional
Purl I. Ml.
Steamer Tlioinpson Dean, Xew Orleans.
" ,11m Flk, Pailucah.
Steamer Thoinpson Dean, Cincinnati.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
KtVF.lt, WIUTIIKII, INI) IIUSINIISS.
The weather to-day has been very
disagreeable. Italu coinnienced fill
ing about 0 o'clock, and continued
through the entire day.
Tho Ohio rose one foot and eight
Inches, and was still going up.
HukIiicss was almost entirely sus
pended, it being too wet and disagreeable
for out-door work.
Win IlKiuurMr.NT, IImkii IlKi'cnir,
February V, IsTS.
11 1 --o
I j.s.rapl. Catlii.i, rllU I'rM Lilt, ul! r
Itwl.ciii'ia 8vrrui Cu., HI btUtj, sir Yn
Corrected Dally by V.. i, .Stearns, commUiton
Flour, according to fertile $1 0i 04
Com, railed, in knl dt'Zc
Corn, Mhllr, lacinl W'Gc
OaU, inlxvl Ci lUli:
Jlriui, pr tou ... bMU)
Alral, .torn ilrloi 43 7.
Duller, choice .Nurlhrrii roll l'x.
llulUrr, eholca isouthrni llllnol. (4c
y.ggt, pr iIoiimi.. , nfio
Chlrkein, periloii'M 1 Mi .V)
'IurLryi, tr iloitu.. utto uo
Ai,Im, choke, r h.MiTU... il ,Vs.J 'il
Applet, common, prrlwrrrl,. a'LO.fi "j
l'oulo.-s, jjrr hari-i'l
Onions. nt Imrrrl L'd 1 fo
llilfkwhr.il Hour CIV)
He Dour. ;
iii:ai. i:.vi'ati: a(ji:.t.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
7-2. onio xani-xrzaia,
BUY and sell mil eststv, pay mo), furnlili
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Airenta of tho Illinois Ontral and
Durllnuton and Uulncy K. It.
North Cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Lovoe,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale ami Iteliill Dealers In
Foroien and Domestic
WIXES OP Alii BIXIS.
No. 60 Ohio Lcveo,
MfSltr. SMVIII A CO linva null)
u I live stock of Ihu ls-nt iriHi'l . m Iht 111:11
ket, ntnl vise s-si'-ci.-il nlluiUoll toll' i i'K.ll
ranch nf t lit- haslnu..
Steamboat, Hotel and l?amily
AXll Iir.ALM! IN
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Pish, Eggs, Northern Butter, &e.
Between Washinirton and Commercial
S3l3ooda iU)iiul fnsi of cliarye.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Hotel and Restaurant
Two doors north of the Cairo iuul Vliicmuc
WK, WETZEL, Proprietor.
ATltllsTY watch kept nllit and day for
trains nml stwiubimN
Tlis licit of accominoilatloiis Cor trulisient
Kiic.ta at Two Dolhira tieritiy.
IOE! ICE!! IOE!!i
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wliolysalo iuul Itrtidl Dealer in
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE 1
At Hulon & WUoon'a, Corner Twelfth St.
and Ohio Levoo.
Wi: will' run nit Ir wiiKon tliroiigliout tlie
Sei-oii, deliverinK puis, lake leu in any
i.irt of. the c'ty lit tlie Ion tut market price, iuul
. will iii.uiurin.il miriiK'Jiu. uuuiu. iiivcii)- niiit
' ca br the enku or cur load, p4iked in .uwiluit
or tulpuieiil to aur (IHtanc..
Spend Your Money
Uul you wll Kt It all but k In resJ lolld coin
sli, by liire-ilsnt It In 011 of cur
TutuoU! foritlilnif out a womleifully .sironr,
l'likuiuit ami L'nlfunn Hast at a
Small Cost of Fuel.
f"Slmplo In construction, catti
ly manoKcd. cnrofiillv mado of tho
vorv bent mntcrialH. nlwnvn linn
flrst-rnto draft, and guaranteed to
givo satisfaction every whero and
unuor an circumsinnccs.
Exoolalor Maufaotnrlnc Company,
012 and 014 N. Main St. St. Louli, Mo
C. N. HUGHES,
OHIO Xj 33X7-3333,
Over Mathuu & Uhl'i.
"VTONK hut l'lrat-Uius Conii.mles rvin--Li
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-itain.
Tho Oldeat Eatnbllshod Acency In South
ern Illinois, representing ovor
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attonded to.
CSyTo largo consumers und ull
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply nny quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
trj'lliilllilay Itri) 'a office, No To Ohio l.tviv.
B: t"II:illlil.i llro 'n u Inn I hoHt
tt-lt K)ilUii Mill, or
Bj-AI thu C011I Hump, loot of Thirty-Klght
JLl'l'ost onice Drovvvr, .I'm.
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
Tjt COAL S3)r
STOYB "WO DID
KKl'T ejimUinlly 011 hand at Host' Yaid.
Ciiuiiiieirlul uYciiuu, iiiiihiiII. lln'
OriliTu promptly HUM.
Coal anil wood iltillsuid flee of eliri;o
Twins .trlctlr ohh, 3W-10-iSm3
Tow-Boat For Sale
pilK SnhscrlUa' oflw. for aula lh Stwun
L Towliii; Mii-n-Wuel lloat, Ik lUiumilt.
with tmslncd, nuclilnury, Uiskl.., upjmnj aoJ
furallurv us aha notv lie. at Cairo, III..
Iltir I.ngtli li IU iWt, her brrHtlUi -Ji fcl, her
troths fret mid mn.nre. '.TH tons, hho haa It
holkrb-.'l feet lonifamlatiliirheidlaniett-r, ithirh
iirviiuiwis4;lurivrita cylinders 17', lacar in
luiotter and faut tuke 11 lissl puniM 4)4l
tin 111 illiiiiittttr iuul 17 luetic .iroku ami ull
inoitdin iiutuvoiuouU,uui nt iu efry rc.pwel
tlasncli, l.u vorOjy, anil la irooa truuitltlou tor
iiaThraUow. far twiiu apply to.
t'ltno, 111!., .VotcinU-rl, Je74. IW-H-jj-lf.
Leading Journal of Southern
Will itcadlastly oppose the polities 0! the
Itppitbliean party, and rcfum to be tram
moiled by tho dictation of anycllijuo In tho
It believes that the Republican party has
fullt'lcd Its nibalon, and that the Demo
cratic party as now organ'ied should be re
stored to power.
It bcllevcj the llidlcal tyranny that baa
fcr sovir.il yea's oppr.iiucU tho South
hbtlld be overthrown and the people of the
Southern State permitted to control their
It believes Hut railroad corpora'lons
hou'tl ba prohibited by lcg'.n'.ative enact
in tits from c.Moillux at d unjustly discrim
inating In their business transactions with
it rccoi'ules the c.iii.-ility ol all men be
fore tho law.
It advocates fieo com .:ercc tariff for
It advocates resumption of speclo pay
ment, and hnnct piyiuent of tho public
It advocate, economy in the administra
tion of public affair..
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tho lliiltetln wilt publish ml the local newt
o Cairo, nnd a varitty of Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign nnd General Nairn, and en
deavor to please all tastes acd Interest all
Is a thirty-two column papsr, lurnished to
subicriher. for the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Postage urapnld. It la the cheapest pa;er
In tlio.West, and Is a plca.ing Klrculdo
Visitor and Family Companluo.
Cannot fall to tco tho unrlvaltd Induce
tntuU offered by The Iltillctin In tho way
of cheap and protltible aiherll.cmeuti.