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( niiiiiii'irlnl iiu-inie, Iwtwiin r-l xllt ntut Seinilli
Mrt'lll JoUNll linsMiv, .V li.
r unto i:NCMr.ii:.vr, i o, o. t'..niu
.ln Oild-yellowa' Hull oil tin- lint iiml third
I lie l.i y Mi rii ry liiotitli, at linir- t w in
IK M.AiK.C. V.
A CAIItMI.OIHiK, N0.l7,A.!r'. A A.tM
llnld ti'triilur riiiiilnlllilrntliinit III .Mu
lt mimI, Hull, roriicr I 'fillillll'rclill 1ITCI1II1
'r 'mid UkIiIIi Mint, on tin vcoiid nnd
Com tli Muii'lity ul'iuch ni'Miili .
D HANCHKTT Munatier.
Itiii ruivXFfiM-nt oftlie lirllliniit yojliiK Artlite,
MISS FANNIE B. PRICE.
Win; Mill np.tr in li'-r went i liuruiUr of
Supported by ii Poworful Company.
'I he MaiifiKrinmt lulu phuMiiT In announcing
to lli' rlllMii of alro ttil tli llieativ lm
niniiliHl with 1'iitin' iu-m- ninry, not to I'"1,"'
innM-l hv urn tlHittii' -iiiilli t hlinif". whlrli
ti ill U' ii w-1 i'.r tin: III t time li) thli troiiK.
WoelnoBdny Eve, Fob. 3d,
Will lieiirodm-"! the wotM-rrii'iwiiwI Urann,
In Hi-Am, ntllli-l
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x ancnon tne uricKe.
rANCIION llif CriVH.
r A'HIKK IIAItltAI.I)
rarnile II 1'rlc.
Al hi I 'I ii
I lartlil iii'm iilf
. r,o mill 7.T renin.
! M-cuti-l Hi O.iii
.Vol li- of ItellllUHl.
HntllnK tin- ircncnl utore room too f mall
lor our i"l''K biilslni'. I will, In the
latter ti.i-t of Kcbruary, remove to the nt-
clout biilllln loniK rly occuplnl by Klllott
Vllaylliurn, Hlierv, with the Incrutxil U
nltlei, 1 will keep a UrjiT pIwV ol lloit
nml Shoe tlmu tvrr before. In the mean
time, to aMjbl the c xpetiH) of mo In.' ami
to itc;Kire for mhIiis tr Jo, I will ollor my
rntlru tlocV of winter foods at ACri'Al.
i.ohr. Tul l nr.siNs. and groat bit
L'iln arc olftrf I to tlie fortunnte
lO'-lC-ll (JtyMuie Store.
t;tI tiili iooiih n the Ui!.cr floor at
tlio Snliit Mmtlex can t e lnd, wlbboatil,
t tliiy low rite of i pr month
ilr. V. l'lljeralil tia- jill rweUrd mi l
ba mi Mile at hi- al' rwm a lnW -I'M.'"-.
if KnirlWi aU iKirti r, lli'iiin wy bramly
md wlnet, and llqtion of all UmK wlib h
l:e will difliO'O ol at ruanmable prli.
Anns IVbnia y 1-t, $I,K rowanl will
br ift en lor llf y xo jI paying t iy bo.r Ian
(it tin) Delmoiileo Hotel frl a week.
Kilty toj?ewuty-,Jeil!lM t mon'b.
Asenlt wanted eMfrywbere. Tirhei, la
lle, jriit, f to , r'c. .No rapltil or out-
Uy reiiiilrud. hend JM renti for po'Uo on
oilttl!, to Jl. C. WlII.CIIMAN.
tt Ir in Station. L'lilou County, Ohio.
4'oiiiM'IIIIimi i tin I. Iff of Trmlf.
.Mr. I.ettlo Coleman, I'lne Laundres",
So Vi, Kuiirta hlrect. between Wahlm;toii
itid C'oiiiiuerdal avenii'1, ilocs nil k mU of
lneiinileoar-elaiindry work for lail'n and
iit'cinen, tliitltiL', Ac Oi ntleinen'i sblrti
ita. lied and poll-bed. fclnirlu flilrt and eo.
ar, 10e; par doen M): uck "; two eol
arn, fie; tw o lundkerclilft, .'e; eH )e;
,iad all Knlluineii'ri wear, Mc. per
luvn. l..nlli's dre-jci", ai to to.
kirt,10 b) 'J)c: drawoM 10 to 15c: two
ulr llPo fie; two collar fi to i"e. Kor !
Jiui' plain clotlu'K ?1 OOpir do.cn; lor lu
lled lino clotliif. $1 per docn; done
-iraiiintlv. and urouiptly dolivered. 1'a
1 11.1.-d 1 m.
Vnn Iroin -tilplitir sunl other ImpurUii'
AlTEK Ketiruarj lit, il.WO reward wl 1
be Klvi'ii lor fifty t: od pa)ln' day boirdom
at tho Uclnionico Hotel ? I a w ek.
tienrsre liitluer eorucrof l'ourtecntn and
'alilii,'i"n avenue, will futnii.li horcaltcr,
i very day to hit pstron a No. 1 lunch, be
tween the hour' of ten and twelve o'clock.
I'resdi .Milwaukee beer and fragrant llatain
jlfc-ars to be had nt Mi bar at all time".
Antler of I lHtI n ( l u.
The partncr.-hlp herelnloru ulstlitjr be
tween Clin-i. 11. Nowlaml mill .lames K,
Iteiilile, has this day bi.-en iliolvcil by
nutiial eoilH'llt, C. 11. Xewhtllileolleetlllg
ill bllH due thu llrm and paying nil
Jebts. I'- Xi:wi.am,
J. I!. llr.NNii:.
C.Mito, .Innuary 10, 187r. 1-21
The bc.,t III the .State for cooKIiil',
!fratc. toves or sleiiiu.
C.iiN nml Steiuii I'iIIIiik.
Ctmrlea It. Newland l prepared to do bll
kinds of and fctiam lilting, repalrltif
pumps, driving welN, boll lunfjln;;, etc.,
.Slion on tioiniuorrlal Avenue, between
.Ninth and Tenth htrccti. ltl-l-2l-lw.
Whoever habitually usea any n'eoholle
nreimratlnns as uu "appstler" will bp
likely to duller from four c iln, viz: an over
plus of food In tho H'omaeb, Impaired ability
to iIIkcH It, tho paligi of dyspepfla, and a
doctor's bill. Jm, W'Ai.KKH'd Vk(Ii:tm.k
Vi.NKCAit lli ri KKH, the groat Teetotal l!o-
itoratlvo of tho ago, without ovcr-sllinu-
llttlug thu pulalii or ll Hating thu btoiuauti,
,Iiii4rts a heultliful njipetlU), promotes ill-
1,. voi.nlfil nu 1 lin II ir .mil linii'nl , luirl.
.'i,. tlwhlnml. andtllUJ. in.tfladorimtailhiL'
fouroULs.Vonfers four Inohtluublohciiutlt.
A man of good business qualities, to
ttaku the ncneral agency here in a uiM-
(hat will pay Inun $200 to ?()(K)
monthly. This is no tiluket or patent
rlulit all'alr. mid nono hut resjiouslble
men need aiinlr. Call at tho Arlington
hoiise,lroiu 12 to 4 p.m., and nsk for M.J.
TliTltSlUY, FHimUAltV.t, 1875.
KniToit llll.lnix: l'lratrnnnoiiiiretluit I am
acaii.lhlmeror the oilier of HUIk'a Attorney it
llif coming MM-clal election In Ui hrf.l oil tli Will
ilnj ofKtlruiry. WM .. .MOI.KEV
KtiirnH fir . I'lratr announc .I0IIN U.
I'illi. I, IS mi aemi.ll.Utr for.Uayoror Cairo, nt
llircn.ulux lnunlcliul election
j miliary ti, ii, j, Jim i,ii'.-t.
I.iital Wentlirr Itrporl.
Caino, III., Februarys, !i.
Timk. Ham. ITiik Wind, Vtt, WniTilu
7a in Jo7i3 N U Clear.
II " M.j 11 W 11 Clear.
Iplu. 3U.Sd W W 11 Ch-ar.
THOMAS JO.Ni;S, UbsuVfr.
'I'lic beit for (rati;., kleaiii or blnek-
A half Inti-rest Iti h InrKC fiiriilli:U
room, corner 1 weiitu ami mningiuii.
Apply at tlil otllce. K. A. Hiiinktt.
Tlir lnllr I'roBrntiimr.
Mr. Clia. A.SaujilinslNsiK'iiH littlispa
........... i hi
iK-rcalltil tlic Willi twgramme, aim iii
..!.. .1...!.... t... ni.iM..iif ,iii.f'irri.tllitlf flf
Mirini, iiiiiiii,, ui-; n-, f,..n...
". .s r ;
(lull, ll inn in: mi iiiiii. "-t-'q
tiiiilliiiii, ami as It In n pmonal ml venture
of .Mr. Satip, u lioH! It will bo llb(.rally
I'lrr In .liirilirlniri.
A cintlal to tin; Ki i.i.utin from Mur-
tilivftlxiro. ilati d lat nlrlit, withat half
!i block of buildings Is In aOies. It
ork'luatwl In Ihitclur's Milooti from a
ikf.;ctlv line. The los? Is $J0,fXW; in
Arrr.tt Kcbruary 1M, $1,W0 rewird will
je jvcil for llfty (,'oxl iiaylnu iluy boarder
U the Dcltnonlco Hotel ?4 a week.
Dr. Tarker will lecture next Monday
nl''ht ai the Free I'ellk'ious hall. anil Mrs
Alvord on Monday nlrlit nt the Iiiiii
f'hool htilhlltif,'. The subject of the doc
tor" lecture has not yet been illvult'eil.
Mr. Alvortl will ilicoiir!-e on "The ISal
lads of Scolla."
-On Monday, Teh. 13th, Mr. William
II. MonU. will lecture at thu Hlf,'li
V h ive U.'eii Informed that a lady
of thl city will reply to Mrs. Wanlner
htture, mid dUeti- the woman question
from the old fo;ry Mandpolnt.
I'aniiy IViw Is at tin- HI. Charles.
-The Vienna IWih man U hi the
One of the Price troupe l .lames 1'.
ViKirhi-en. a mjii of Hon. I). . oorbew,
Cunt, .lohu II. ltowen, river iMlitor
of the St. I.oul" Ul le, eallwl yef tenlay
hi comptiiiv with Mr.Jewett Wilcox.
Kev. 1 r. 'I'haver has twi n eontineil to
his room i-Inec la-t Sabbath morning
lie has Mitl'ered a good deal, but we are
oUd to learn that he Issomebcttcrtiwlay.
His rcljinatlon of hi pastorate Is ery
generally rx'n-ttiMl In thU city.
Mr. Hnnehett. Manager ol the l anny
Price troupe, lieained upon the lln.i.i:ri.s-
ycftenlay. Time Is tellltijr on the old
inau'd brow, but he Is Mill vigorous ami
voiithful. lie has with him an excellent
company, mid will, no doubt, he liberally
patronl.eil by our play -goers. He and
Ills daughter are great JavorIte In this
city, and deserve to be.
AbtrHrt of tlir t'lty Trriwurrr'n
purl for J ii ii ll n r , is.n.
Il.il.iiic in treasury, .Ian. lit,
Amount mi-is ul from J. J.
Ilinl, r. y . Inr nnctcoi
lirlnl in N.iv-ml-r, 1T
Am't iiTfUot ln.ni 1 Ilnxs,
! .M . fur Hum co rctcil in
Nonnl.fr. I"!! -
Ain't im-Unl from A II Ir-
v I ii . coin-dor, on umniiii ui
rii, nil uurrutil. for 17.1
Ain't ni-eliil rorIi-HM, Jan
lit toMli, iiii'lulle
Cltv onl.-rx laliluml rniiri'llt'UrlO.S.Vl t'l
llHiami- in innury rcuruurjr
1I, 1-75 - '
IIlakk, City Tna-iiuvr.
rollre MiiKliIrute' IlrporU.
The reports of our pulieo magistrates
forlhe month of December, "how that the
lines n?cscd by Judge llird amounted to
Slid; while the amount of lines as-essed
by llross wen; f 1 10 ; amount of Hues col
lected by Hlrd were $1$9; amount of tines
collected hv Hm-s'JlH); amount of lines
nuiald Ulrd, $170; number of days
prisoners were committed to
jail by Hlrd, 111; number days prisoners
were commuted to jail ny liross, ao;
number of caes dismissed hy Hird.C;
number of caes dismissed by llross, 10;
stay of execution was granted In live ca-M-s'lu
llird's eourl; In llross' court May
of execution was granted in one ease; In
Mini's eourt executions In two cases were
not returned; lu llross' court execution
hi lour eaes were not returned, and one
man was releain-d from jail by order of
On Her Miinrlc.
Yesterday afternoon a colored demirep
Imbilicd o freely ot benzine, became
about three ahects 111 the wind and raUed
n row with her partner for life. After
lathering him with her tongito for some
tltng, she became conscious that her pro'
toctoruiu not pay prupci uuiu.iSu ..
desjres, and forthwith mo became very
iiineh Incensed, and determined to leacu
llllll 11 U'SiOll ill utllllluUc thilt llC WOllld
not soon forget. Accordingly, tu ei-
raired wilt) elevated a club that was con
VcnleuttoluT. went for lwr darling mid
dealt him a blow that would have done
credit to Tom Allen. The lamb-like
husband, Mho, up to this time, had not
hownany Inclination to quarrel with the
being whom he had pronilad UVlovennd
honor, when she began to exercise
her authority by beating him with a club,
thought the thing had goim fur
enough, and made up his mind to put a
Mop to It right there ami then. Ho look
his wife Into his loving embrace, eurrlcd
her Into an adjoining room, deposited her
In a strong wooden rocking chair, tied
her Keoiircly to (lie arms nud hack with a
clolhcs-llne, and then consoled her by say
ing that w hen ho nould liehavc herself
nud not bother him any more, he would
"turn her loose." With lhco words ho
left tho room, ami when last heard of the
woinaii was f till In the ehalr, swearing
that .she would he avenged If It cent her
Tim undersigned will sell all his House
hold nnd Kitchen Furniture nearly
new consisting of bed", bureaus, wash-
Maud, chair", etc., nt private ale, at the
residence corner Sixteenth and Locust
streets. Terms cash. M. M, Mooiie.
1'niirlioii tlir Cricket,
The peoilo ol this city have on u num
Ikt of occailons been ealltd upon to wlt
nes the performance of that highly Inter-
evtlng douie.t!u ilnuna etitillcil "Fanchon
the Cricket," but we uiihetltatlngly n
sert that, on no former time has the play
been presented with more cflcct, and
overlooking the Insipidity of one or two
of the minor character., the play was ex
cellent throughout. Miss Fanny II.
Price' rendition of Fanchon, Is equal to
that of any actress who has ever visited
this city, and the character of Father
llirbowl as cxeetih.il by Mr. I). Han
ehett, was beyond question iiierlor to
to any that has ever lieeii ollcred to a
( alro audience. MUs Julia Hatichell'e
Old Fadet was excellent, and the roles
of Dediernnd Landry, were enacted to
the satisfaction of every one present by
Mr. W. Cooke Pope, and Tom Hamil
To-night w ill be put upon the boards
for the Hcond time In this city. "Ingo-
tnar, tho Harbarian," with Mr. Hnnehett
in the title role, MUs Price appearing as
Parthenla, Actea's daughter. The Iier
formance will bo oieneil with the very
laughable larcc entitled Hodjlng for
Wife, in which Tom Hamptsn, one of tlie
most noti.il comedians now traveling,
will come before the audience as Lally
Olllet's llaking Powder the be.t In
iic always reliable.
The party at the Liberal ltcliglous
hall last night was well attended, and
evervbodv enjoved themselves hugely
The sociables of this sect are Incoming
very po) tilar among the young people of
Cairo, and If they continue to increase in
attendance during the remainder of the
cold weather, the managers will !o com
pelled to secure u larger hall to accommo
date their patron.
(Jlllet's llaking Powder for tale
A niiinlicr of the young nu n of this
city met at the l.'nlt-d Slates signal ,er
vice olllce lal night, fur the purpose of
organizing a social and literary club.
This I' a good idea, as there are in this
city a large number of very Intelligent
and well-read young men, who, If they
were allowed the opportunity tooultltate
their inhiui by debates, essay, etc., will,
when thev become of protier age to take
part in the Ismics of the day, make nhiii-
hnr lb'hts auioiiL' the prominent men of
Call for the bcet-(illlet's llaking
Powder for it never disappoints tlie
Jim. Wiirilner'n I.eeture.
For several w ceks the IliM.i.in in com
posing rooms have been running with a
limited number of compositor, and for
several days past two of our most compe
tent workmen have been Indisposed,
making it dllllcult to get out the paper
with the usual amount of matter. To this
condition of aHidrs may lie contributed
tlienon-apK'araiiceof Mrs. Dr. Wardncr's
lectun! in full, lu the column" of the Ik't.
i.ktin, hut nt this late date wcfi-el that a
synopsis of her very able address will not
Ixj out of place. Therefore wc clip from
the columns of the ,Viim the following
w onls, w hich, wc think, fully answer our
i'ho lady addressed hern-lf pointedly
to tlie young ladies of the school, repre
senting the mission that is liefore them in
their life's work, and urging upon them
earnest attention to their duties as pupils,
and a thorough qualification for what
ever duties or positions in life they might
he called upon to perform or fulfill. She
then gave a brief historical sketch of the
customs and laws of dillercut nations,
ancient and modern, relating to courtship
and marriage, and of the social and po
litical stutus of the sex.
"The lecturer then gave a historical
view of the educational advantages nc
corded to women In several nations of an
tiquity. She showed that a woman had
superior advantages and privileges in the
foremost nations of the past, as proven by
the histories of Kgypt and Koine; and
that nations in which women were de
graded and kept in ignorance and slavery,
were far behind lu those qualities which
give liilluenco andpowertongoverniiient
"The status of women In our country
was discussed at considerable length.
"The many advantages and privileges
accorded to the other sex, tho sweeping
away ot old prejudices, the opening of
now occupations to women, and thogrow
lug liberal and enlightened sentiment
among men were well portrayed.
"Tho lecturer closed hy saying to tlie
voung ladles : "Hemember that all men
and all women are born five and equal,
Shrink not from the noblo work beloro
you.andyou w ill llvo to see this great re
public demonstrating to tbo world that
woman Is not only capable of filling a
sphere of doinestlu drudge, or n fashiona
ble butterfly, but that she can lend uu lii
lluenco ennobling nud purifying to tlie
sphere that ni has so long endeavored
to liialntaln aone, Ahl woi that day
conies, when, this nation shall provo to tlie
wprld tlijttdoes iot preach what It does
not practice, nud man uud woman )mll
go on hand lu hand, each helping tho
other to gain a higher purpose and n
greater good, this nation shall stum forth
among other nations as Kgypt nud Homo
neiriiii"" Jieoiinir tiim ff
Council Ciiamukii, Caiko, 111. 1
February 2nd., 1H75,7::J0 p. in.
Present His Honor Mayor Wood, uml
Mderineii Halllday, Mnthu, McEwen,
MeOaulcy, Morris, 1 hlstlcwood, W alder
and Wright 8.
On motion of Alderman '1 liistlewoml
the minutes of preceding meetings w ere
approved without reading.
OFFICIAL ItKI'OHTfl OF CltV OFFICKKS.
Monthly reports of the following named
olllcers were presented and, on motion of
Alderman MeOaulcy approved and or
dered filed, viz :
Of U.K. Make, city treasurer, and of
Dan'I McCarthy, clly Jailor for January,
and of Poheo Maglstnites F. llross and
J. J. Hlnl for December, 187L
FINANCE COMMin KK UlIFOHT.
The finance committee reported that
during the month of January, 1870, city
orders to the amount of $10,255 UI, had
been paid, uud cancelled by the treasurer,
and that they had this duy destroyed the
same by burning.
On motion of Alderman McUatiley,
said report was received and ordered
A petition from the Hoard ot Directors
oi the Arab Fire company, requesting
the Council to provide said company with
350 feet of hose was presented, and on
motion of Alderman ThUtlewood refer
red to tho committee on lire department.
COMMUNICATION FIIOU TIIK MAI Oil.
The mayor stated that he had on the
20th day ol January dismissed from the
night police force, otllcer John .Shcehan,
and submitted his action therein to the
On motion of Alderman Wright, the
mayor's action was sustained hy the fol
lowing vote :
CLAIMS AND ACCOUNT!?.
The following bills for salaries were
presented, and, on motion ol Alderman
Wright, allowed by the following vote:
Ayes Halllday, Mathit"s, .McEwen,
McGauley, Morris, ThUtlewood, WaUlcr
John Wood, mayor, salary for
W. K. Hawkins, city clerk, nil
ary for January
Wm. Mellale, city tnarslnd, sal
nrv for January
D. J, Gallignu. superintendent
streets, salary for January
11. K. Make, treasurer, salary for
M. S. Cox, comptroller, salary for
A.Cnln, J. C. L-ihtie, William
Hrowu, C. Mehner and W. W.
Wootoii. Miliee constable, sal
ary for Januaiy, each
F. ifrois, police maistrute, salary
for Deeeinlior. Wl
J. J. Hlnl, jKillce magistrate, sal
ary for Deeemtier, 18" J
John Sliniian salary as polite
constable from January 1st to
the 20th, lucliishc
The following bills were presented, and
on motion of Alderman MoCiauloy, re
ferred to the committee on claims, viz:
Oberly and Davis piibll-hlug or
dinances, proceeding., $
It. II. Cimuiiighaiii, rent of coun
cil ehaiiilxT to February 1,
D. McCarthy, dieting prisoners in
D. McCarthy, extra meals furnish
Cairo City Has Co,, gas consumed
in i street lamps in January...
Cairo Hox & Hasket Co., -15!HJ feet
W. K. Hawkins, amount paid It.
A. D. Wllhatiks clerk of supreme
court for copy of opinion hi the
ease of the I'ity of Alton vs.
Hartford Insurance Co.,-
T. Fitzgerald, 2J day' work on
P. Coulan, 2IIJ days' work on
W. Qiiimi, 12 days' work on
ilnmage .'. ..
D. McCarthy, 2 days' work hi
charge of chain gang
31. K. Power, hauling W loads
F. 31. Ward, hauling 2 loads lum
P. Corcoran, hauling 2 loads lum
ber. J.,G. Lynch, for fees In case of as
sessment for graveling Levee
Win. Henry, Jr., J dozen tiles
Cairo Hulletln Co., fiOO notu circu
lars. 2 eopie of dailv Hulletln
to Dee. Jl, 1S75, hi aihance,
C. II. Newland, day's work on
Dr. J. C. Sullivan, 2 visits to small
pox patient nt ttc.it hoitc
Geo. . Henrleks. 1 day's ser
vles as commissioner to esti
mate cost of construction nnd
reconstruction of certain side
walks 6 00
Cairo City Coal Co., 2 tons coal
for Jail.. 7 (30
A, 31i;Tlgue, hauling drunken
man to jail W)
Illll of S. P. Wheeler, for legal servhvs
rendered lu esi"e of the City vs. Property
owners, for continuation of assessment
forgrnvellng Leveo street, amounting to
$100, accompanied by a communication
in relation thereto. wa presented uud on
motion of Alderman Halllday referred to
the connrlttee on claim".
commissionkiis" itni-oiiTox riii: i:stiu.i
tf.1i cosr i' DtnnwAi.Ks.
I). J, Oalllgan, John A. Pooro and
Geo. W. Heiirlcks.coniinlsslouers appoin
ted by tho council on January 2nd, to es
timate tho cost and expenses of the con
struction and ns:oiistructlon of certain
sidewalks provided for under and by Or
dinance No, lW, suhniltted a detailed re
port of tho cost and expenses thereof, In
cluding labor, material, etc., which was
on motion of Alderman ThUtlewood, ap
On motion of Alderman Wright said re
port was referred to tho city attorney
with Instructions to report the samo to
the county court.
On ilotlou of Alderman Morris the
Will K. Hawkins, City Clerk.
Open VrlilajH tunl Saturday only.
llev. J. L. Wnllar will deliver it leelure
for the beiiellt of the M. K. Uliureh,
Thursday evenlnjfi IVhrnaty -1. Subject:
"TlIK NaTI'IUL AND SOl'HllNATt'ltAl.."
AihtiUon, Wl ceuts, l-S0-lt,
-Use PARADISK COAL.
Apiii February 1st, 1)1,000 reward will
be i hen for llfty good paving day boarders
nttho Delinonleo Hotel St a wcok
Those ttlng base-burner stoves have
round Just what they wntit hi PAHA
Ilailn j given up my old stand on tlio
leveo acd takon Kcolilcr .t Pro's nbop, on
eighth street, I Mull ho prepared to ru
ply tho cltUuns ol Cairo with the licit
meats the market afford'. l,lcu call and
scenic. I'll I L. HoWAliti.
Try PA K A DISK COAL, the chea
i.'st and best.
-Iluy PAHA DISH COAL.
Newly-littoJ, finely furnished barber
shop by (Jcorge Ntelnhoil, corner Com
mercial avenue and Kiglitb street. Years
ot pract'eo have ylvcn him n light hand
that nukes a smooth shave delightful. All
who try blm once will call again. All tho
late dally papers are kept on his tablo tor
tho benctlt ol his costomerrt, and there Is
no tedious walllngfor turns. tf
Try PAHA DISK COAl. foreooklng.
Glllet's Flavoring Extracts the best
hi use, uud for wile hy nearly every gro
cer. ArrEit February 1st, t,W) rowantwill
be given lor titty good paying day boarders
at tho Dclnionlco Hotel it per week.
All that have tried PAKADISK
COAL will use no other.
Joe KoLeker g now in full control of
tho Washington bakery, and liaing learn
cd tho wa&ts of tlio pilblle, Is prepared to
supply on call ai demands for French loaf,
HuHon, Drown nnd Orabatn bread, and
everything the ordinarily found in a first'
cltH.itjak.ry. lie maintain! a fu'l stock of
confectioneries, anil can, as well aa any
other dealer In the city, fill all orders in
that line, Cakes baked, trusted or orna
mented on short notice. Spccla lattentlon
given to the ordcri of wedding or picnic
-Order PAHADISK.COAL from any
O unlade to Mnrrlnife.
ll"lPy Hrllrf for You n if Men from Hit
rtTrcti of Errors and AIjiim s in i-irly lifr. Man
hood rrntoml. Impedimenta to MnrriaKe re
moved. New meth'jd of trtutincnt. New and
rrinarkalilr rvnliri. lUxik-aixl cln-utara m-iiI
fix-v, In M-jile.1 i'im-lol-4. Ad.lr, IIOWAUI)
association, iki.v Niutu tns.t, i'hiimU-1
phia, l'a , n Inititutlon liavim-a Iiiiii rvputa-
tlon fur lionorablc conJiict ami iiroft-iaiotiid
Tlio attention of the public i called to the
fiU that tbo City Council, by onliunncc.
have directed tho Collector to receive only
hi payment ol the city portion of the tsxc",
Idgal citrrenoy of ths t'lii-ed .'iites. City
wjrr.in's will therefore no longrr bo re-
celled for any portion ol such taxes, lty
the provision of heellou 137, chapter 120,
llcrd'a ruvls'on, the Collector Is required
to collect and Mum all personal laves liy
Ihu inth of Murrh next. Ibis prml-lon
will bo vigorously enforced, and tax payers
wilt take due uctlec of the f tet.
ALKX. II. IllVIN,
Wah Dki-AurntcNr, until lUiixir. (
rTiosj. i.o . nf. ii '
rr iv rr j ix.
l'ittd.iin; i 0 1.0. 1 1
CilK-illlmti 'if 10 0 A
I-ollWlllle 'J ti AO, 1
Ktaunvillu - I
Ntnlllf 40 4 -O, I
.St. l.olll 3 5 0 3
Conrelnl Dally by B. M. Stranis, coiiimiHulon
iiicii'luiiit, .SiirtLiry of Hie C.ilio llounl of
Flour, ao'.inlln; to Kiiule. l (Oat; oe
Uom, lutiul, Mrke.1 W-7.V
Corn, wbil, Mickrd Kt.'t)e
Outi.. iiiix.il lUaulc
limn, per Ion Utii (SI
Mntl, .tiiiin dri.il Ki 7A
Iliiltrr. choice .Sortbrni mil '.
llulli-r, choke Southern Illinois ...... 'J .'lc
Kif JC- Jr iloicu... , 'fi2t;
( lilrkrn., iierdoceii... hi .V'i:l M
IurLijH, perilozru ft10 UO
Ai.i.l'-, cooler, ixrr barrel..... .ti M s i :1 U
Aiii.ln, roniniou, per Uinrl OOa-J ;.'
1'iiKIOh, r tariil
Onloiiii, irr l.ini I
IlnckM lirtt flour ,
KKAI, KSTATK AOIIM'.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
Real Estate Agents
ti'Y and fll rral ettatr, pay lux, Ainiltb
D ali.tnu.-U of title.
JOHN a. HARMAN &
C0NVEYANCEI18, K0TABIES PUBLIC
Lund Afrenta or tho Illlnola Contra! and
OurlUiKton and Uulncy II. U.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Love,
BY virtue of Hire tonal rxectitloni to m
UinVjt by the elrrk of . Hit Circuit
Coin t oW.Mexuniler county, lu the Mtnte
of lIlluoL ouc in favor of Iiuuirl Trice,
one In fator of I'utrlck Mocklar uud
one In On or of Henmrd MeMnmin, unit all
niralu.l Hie Cairo uml Incenurs Kiillrouil i-uiii-iun
1 liauleviiilunoD llierolloNTliiuiteaerlUtl
pruiMTty, In Uu-comity of Alexander nud Stat
ol' Illinois, to-wlti Ijil-t uunibvred one (1) ami
two (J), ill hlcx-k numbered twehe (12), and
lota liumufred aevan (7) nud elitlit (f ) , in ulm'k
uiinilH-reil iweutythree U3). lu the Hrt Addi
tion lu tli elty of Culrn, In tlio county of Alex
ander aud Stale of Illinois, a.i tlie property of
the Mild Cairo and Vluceiiiu-a lUlli-uadnuupany ,
widen 1 klull oQirut I ulillc aalo at tlio.oiilh-
w.l.loQrof the Court lloii.n in the city of
C'jlro. in the coiiuly of Almamter uud Mtate of
IIIIiioU, on tl.o lillh day of e'ebruary, A. I).
ls7.MtMt-en tlw hours of nine o'cloik.a. in,,
nnd iiiiM.-t of ar.d day, Inr eaih. to aalUfy .aid
extcutloui, , ALKX. Jl. IUV1N.
C.lro, llla.,f.h. 4, IflS,
Mierinui aiexumiercuuuir, in.
Spend Your Money
that yon w II net It all bark In red solid com
furl, by investing It In one of cur
Famon Curgltlogout a wonderfully Htronj,
licMaut aud L'nlfurm Htat at a
Small Cost of Fuel.
afirSlmrjlo in constmntion. nani
ly manaKcd. carefully mado of tho
very bout matcrialB, always has
flrat-rnto draft, and gunrnntced to
givo satisfaction overywhero and
unacr an circumstancoi.
Ezeelslor Maafaoturlns Company,
013 and 614 N. Main St. St. Louia, Mo.
O. N. HUGHES,
Over Mathuai k Vhl'i.
"VJONU hut Firal-Claii Coliimnlvs rvpiv-
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Sank Baildiug, up-iUiri.
Tlio Oldaat Established Aitenoy in South
cm Illinois', repruHenUnir over
ST. JOHN'S and
Ordorfl for Coal by tho cnr-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
riyTo largo consumors and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to Btipply any quantity, by tho
month or yoar, nt uniform rates.
CAIE0 01TY COAL COMPANY.
tS-lIallMay rtro ' o(Bfr, No. 70 Ohio Iaitm,
tJllalll.tay rini ' wruiit boa I,
IJfXt Kjypllan Jtllls, or
ILf-AI Ilia Coal Hump, fool of Tliltly-KIsM
J-l'ot OIBt Dtaner, SOI).
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
TjtSr COAL 25CT
KKl'T eoniiUuUy ou hand at Ro.
Conunweial an, oppotlla
Coal auil nooJ dr)liwl frwof Uwirya
Tm-iuii atrUtly aluli,
Tow-Boat For Sale
rnHR t-ulxtrlbw offarn Air aala th 8taju
X Towhig blr-Wlil Uoal, Ika lUnimllt.
wltli tiiflnrit, nuctilnary, laaklm, apuanil aud
Curallura a. iha now IIm at Cairo, III..
ll.r ltaxtb li Ul ft, her brtadUi M (Wl, liar
irpth 5 ftt and rneaaura T,t ton: 8h ha
b illtr. 'it fwt Iouk and So inclma Uiaiuit.r. hfU
prvi.urt.UKluti wlincylluiirrj 7K lai-ai- lu
llaniatrruuUerMlitukci -i fU purafw tl.in
bu in Ulanuttr and U lucha .lioka aud all
modMn imprortiuaiiu.aiid u ta sriMry rpwil
HaanaCi, tt worUiy, awl lu food cwuluun lor
naTliaUuu. Tur lanni apj'ly to.
(,'aono, Mt., Hottnlx , H-lt-si-;.
Rill I ETIN
UU b LL I I 11.
Leading Journal of Southern
WilUtcadfattly oppoio the pollclrt ol the
Itcptibllein party, and rcfutn to be tram
melled by tho dictation ot any clliuo In the
It believes tlint the llepublican party hai
fultlllud lu tni.-slon, and that the Demo
cratic party as n-jw organ'zed ahould he re
stored to power.
It believe the Itadlcal tyronny that haa
fer acvirat ycn'M oppressed the South
rhoitld bo overthrnwnar.il tbo people of tho
Southern St:itei pcMullted to contrul their
own .1 ll":i I r-t.
tt buHuves lh.it ralliuad ivitporalloni
.Ut'ii'd lu prohibited by li'u's'nilve enact
in uU from cMoillui: at.d unjii.tly daicrlm
luatlng In their bualucn triiiiactlom with
It reeniiUea the eimality ol all men be
fore till! l.iw.
It ndvoi-atca free com'- crre tirltt for
It ndvocatei reiuin;.t(on of ipecle pay
menl, nud honest jmnient of the publle.
d.bt. ' '
It advoc.ttea economy' in the adralnlttra
Hon of public u Hair.
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tim Jlulktlu will publish nil the Ictai cewa
o Cairo, and a variety of Commcrclnl, To
lltieal, Koreljfn and General Xevi., and n
deavor to picnic all taite-i aud luterc.t all
T II H
Ii a thlity-two column paper, turnlMied to
tubicrlben for lie low price of
$1 25 FER TEAR,
Poaliee rirenalil. It ta tha cheanmt narer
In tho Wait, and ll a pleating Fireside
VIMtoraud 1'umlly Companion.
C'.iLuot tall to tee tho unrlvaltd Induce
racnts offered by The Hulletln in the way
of cheap aud protltablo adrertliemcnt..