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Af,CALON LODQK, KO. II.
KniihlA J'ythlss, meet tint Ttl
day niuM jt half-put seven, in Odd
Jiail. (. K. HUm.
Chancellor Comma ndi-r.
ALEXANDER LODGE, NO. Ml.
t lndeindtnt Order of 'Md.frl.
LOKlowii. mert eiery Thursday night
'WfP"'" st half-past stveu, in their bull on
. u.uincciai remit, ntiwrrn Bixin Ilia neveilth
Tin. .IQUW II UOStHAM, W. (1
Lijiinu unu'ANrMr.NT, I O. O, F,,inrts
In O.M-rellows' ull onlh (inland third
""" cirry mouin, ai niir-MM wtiji
U K Alack, U. I',
tUlllOLOllOL. xo.sn.A.r. a a.;u
llblJrcKuUr coniinuiiicatlun (nil
oMc Hall, omtr Coiniutrclsl avsous
i . .. "' -ifiiin sum, on tnt second and
muui fivumj ui eacti wuniu.
I) HANOHXTT. .... ..)(anai'r.
Fourth nlKt of the brilliant jounx Artiste,
MISS FANNIE B. PRICE.
Saturday Evening, Feb. 6, 1875,
Wilt U presented thr thrilling Four Act Drams,
LtJCIlKTIA IIO!iaiX...MlM fanny II. Trie.
OUKU . . .. U. lUaehtll.
Toconcluds with th l'te-S.lltt!nr Ifaroe of
30 aud73 eassU.
Molidijr rieninr, "Ldy ofLyons."
In lljI.Mml. Tl,. Km .r
The hoi of Ice
aeals on b secured at
Notice of Kemeral.
finding tlie present store room too imiU
for our Kfo"l"K bulslnesi, I will, lu tlie
Utter part of Vebruary, remove to lbs spa
clous building formerly occupied by Elliott
k Hsjthorn, nheicwlth the Increased Is
allies, I will Weep a larger llockxit lloot
anJ Shoes thin ever before. In tbe mean
tint, Ui avoid the expense of moving aud
to prepare for spring tradr, I will offer my
entire slock of winter good at actual
coiT. Tan li business, and great bar
galn are offered to tbe fortuntU
lPM-iMt rity Shoe Store.
Mr. 1. Kltzgerald haaJuKt received and
In ou s.ilc at bli sales room, a large stock
if llnrjlib ale, porter, lltnncny brandy
sud wines, and liUors of all kinds, which
Le will disposo of at reasonable prices.
Arli.U Pcbruaiy 1t, f 1,000 rewaid will
bt iven for rlf y good paying day boarder
at Ike Deuuonlco Hotel II a week.
Kilty to ScvMitj-atc dollars per tnonlh.
Agent wanted everywhere. Teacher, la
diss, sects, ite , 'ate. No capltsl or out
lay required. Seud Zi eeuu for posUge on
i tit, to 1. C. Wxlciiuan,
tl Irvln .Station. Uuluu Couuty, Ohio.
rsaptltlss la I he Ut of Trade.
Mrs. Lettl Colemsn, Kine Laundress,
No 12, Fourth street, between Wellington
add Commercial aveuues, does all kinds of
.tneandeoarse laundry work (or ladles and
gentlemen, fluting, ke Ornllcineii's shirts
Mashed and polished. Single shirt and col-
ar, 10c; per doieu Mc; socks &c; two col-
ars, be; two bandkercblels, fx; vests 30c;
aid all (,'toUemen' wer, hoc. tr
oten. I.s'llcs' drestei, U to fXH-;
skirts 10 to l)c: drawers 10 to l&c; two
pair hose tc; two collars & to 10c. Kor la
stlc' plain clothes tl 00 per dozen; for la
ilea fne clothee, fl per dozen; done
(iramptly, and promptly dellrereil.'Jl'a
ironage solicited. 'r
rrcc irotn tulphur nn J other impurltlea.
Aftir February 1st, $1,000 reward will
be given lor fifty god paying day boardera
tt the Dclmonlco Hotel 91 a week.
Oeorse I.tttner corner of Fourteenth and
Washington aveuue, will furnish hereafter,
very day to bis patrons a -No. 1 lunch, b
twoen the hours of ten and twelve o'clock.
Fresb Milwaukee brer nnd fragrant Havana
dfiara to bo bad at bis bar at all times.
Motlefl of niaaolution.
'Jbe partnership heretofore oxlstlnjr be
tween Cluw. B. Xcwlnnd und James. E.
lUnnlc, has thin U.iy liecn (1Iho1vc1 by
mutual content, C. B.Xewlaml collecting
ull blllt duo the firm nnd paylncr nil
dvbU. J. 11. Kkwland,
J. K. ltnNMK.
Cairo, January 10, 1675. 1-21
'The bent lu the State for cooking,
ratefe xtoves or nU'tun.
Uavaand Bteaiu nitluif.
'Charles 11. Newlaud Is prepared to do all
luds of gaa and steam titling, repairing
Dump, driving wells, bell hanging, etc.,
tjhop on Commercial Avenue, between
;Nluth and Tenth eUeeti. 18M-21-1W.
Wbosver habitually uses any alcoholic
(preparations as an "appetizer" will be
Hlkely to suffer from four oils, viz: an over
plus of food In the stomach, Impaired ability
to digest It, the pangs of dyspepsia, and a
iottor's bill. lt. Walkku'h VaoKT.nui
YlNaOAR Hittkus, tlie great Teetotal He
iterative of tho age, without over-stlmu
latlng tho palate or Irltatlng tho stomach,
imparts a healthful appctlto, promotes dl
gestlou, regulates the liver and bowels, purl
Uoathe blood, and thus, instead of entailing
fourevlbj,;confers four Inestimable benefits
Good single rooms on tho upper floor at
the Saint Charles can bo had, with board,
at the very low rate of 930 per month
(Opn Fridays and Saturdays okly.
'Arrant February 1st, 91,000 reward will
glved for fifty good paying day beaidors
tat the Delmonico Hotel a wtk.
tor grates, Uut or Wack -
SATUKDAY, FRUUUAKY 0, 1875.
Kiiitor IIi;llkhn i Plcaf e announce tliat 1 am
amndldate for Iheodlreof Hum's Altorntyat
the coming ipeelal election In be lieM mi (he lOlh
lajoitturnary, wm. u. mui.ukv
Kunua Sums I'lnue aiinuuuoe JOHN II.
nill.MM au a caiulMslp for Msyor of talro, at
January a, liffj.
Isaal Waavlher Keporl.
Cairo, III., Ftbraarjr&, 175.
Hah. Ties. Vv'ihii. Yax. WiATnn
W.777 13"" Calm Clear.
M.TIW JO' K I CIr.
M.CiS SO 8K. li Uw,
THOMAS JONKS, Observer.
'Hie Cairo St. I.oult railroad coal
dump, now In couroc of conatruction
near the St. Charles hotel, and just op
posite Halllday Jlrotlurs' warehouse, It
ncarlmr eoinpIeUoti, anu will before many
day be ready for me.
Halo of UooU, Shoes, Notions. Dry
Uoodi, Ac, at my store room this Satur
day and Monday night.
l-C-2t 1.0UI8 II. MYEItt.
The Thallaus hare issued Invitations
for their hut ball of the neries to be glveu
under the auspices of that club. This no
doubt will be the occasion on which they
will feel that they are to put tlie best foot
foremost, and make the event a most bril
Messrs. W. and I). II. Stoddard have
been awarded the contract by the. recolv
ers of the Cairo and Vlncennes railroad.
to build the inclined plane for the use of
that road In transferring cars ticroit the
Ohio aud Mississippi rivers. The gentle
men have already commenced the work,
and expect to have their undertaking
completed in three months from this
I have taken the agency for Clement's
Laundry Starch, and am now selling It at
wholesale below St. Louis prices. Gro
cery men will save money by buying at
2 C-2t. St. Louis Grocery.
The Methodist church wai very well
tilled to hear the lecture mi "T-he Natu
ral and SuM!ruatural," and musical con
cert, Thursday night. The lecture w.im a
most able elfort from beginning to end,
and was very highly sjioken of by tle
audience in general. The musical part of
the eiiU'rtalnmeut was also very good,
komn of tho Wat musical talent lu tlieolty
On the night of the Ub lust., on Sixth
street, between Commercial avenue and
Ohio Ievee, a Jilack Sable Kur Tlpjct.
The lluder will be liberally rewanled by
leaving the tame at this otllce.
A black fur cac wum found and left at
this olllre yesterday morning, which the
own-r can have by coming forward, prov
ing property and paying for this notice.
Illinois Central Kail Hoad Co.,1
OrriCK Gkn'l Southern Ao't,
Cairo, III., February 5, 1W5. J
On and after the date of this notice, the
charge for special funeral trains from
Cairo to llccch drove or Villa nidgc,wlll
be an follows : 1 coach and engine $25;
2 coaches and engine $10; 3 coacliet and
engine $60; aud f 10 for each additional
coach. Jamks Johnson,
General Southern Agent.
2.V2-5-3t, Sun copy.
Night before last, a gentleman named
Peter Jouhfon wag arrested by Olllcer
La Hue for being drunk and disorderly
and put in the calaboose. Yesterday the
mid l'etrr was taken before Judge Dross,
who asked him whether he was guilty of
the Jharge, and was answered in tbe af
firmative. The Judge lined him five dol
lars and costs, but being unablo to pro
duce the amount, the prisoner was sent
to board at McCarthy's for five days, aud
labor on the streets.
There is a rumor afloat through this
city, to the effect that seven cases of small
pox have broken out among tlie scholars
aud teachers of the Convent since Wed
nesday morning, una that tuts ia iuu j
cause of the discontinuance of the exer
cises at that institution. Whether this
report Is correct or not, wo are uuablcto
say, though we have made numerous In
(juirics lu regard to It. The city authori
ties should examine into tlie matter, and
If the statement Is true, should take tho
proper steps to stay the spread of the dis
ease nt once. It U also rumored that a
colored man who had an attack of small
pox, was taken from one of the steamers
at this port on Tuesday, lint where he
wa9 taken to remains a deep mystery.
Next Tuesday, Mardl Gras morning,
at 10 o'clock, the members of the Hough
and Heady fire company, aud as many of
their friends as may feel disposed, are re
quested to assemble at the company's
engine house, on Washington avenue,
near Eighth street, with masquerade cos
tumes, and participate In the parade,
which they will endeavor to make enjoya
ble for everybody. In the evening all who
may desire to trip tho light fantastic to
tho most delightful music, are cordially
Invited to participate in tho grund mas
querade ball to be given by the company
at Sehecl's Washington ball. There will
also be refreshments of tlie most palatable
kind In readiness for all who may deslro
.1 mi... i i .i... it . i ... ,.
I uicui. t uv iwuiin msku u n uum m
1 they never do any tiling by halves and wo
Ibtdtovetliem. Itcoin prcscut indications
tliclrMartltGntt celebration on thu fjth
of February, 1870, will be an event thai
will long remain n grim spot In the
memory of the people of this city.
Mrs. 'Vlrutoji)wc regret to chronicle,
II Mid to !e In a' very danger oils condi
tion. Ilev. Dr. Thayer Is Improving very
slowly, and hopes to he able to preach on
Miss Emma Smith, of Jacksonville,
Illinois, Is In the city vldtlng l.er sister,
Mrs. John Lnnsden.
To-night Mhs Fanny It. I'rice will
uppenr nt tin; Athentum i1 Lueretlnltor
gln, lu which jilny ehuhns no uM'rior.
Mr. Newell, who rcside.tat the cor
ner of Ilolbrook avenue mid Twenty
fourth street, has for several days pat
been 111, having been Attacked with pneu
monia. It will not be forgotten, that on next
Monday night Mm. Alvord will deliver
a lecture in the High School building,
when she will take foriher subject the
"Bard ofScotui." ' V ; "
Mr. D. Hanchett, who has gained a
reputation of which any actor might well
feel proud, will appear ut the Athencum
to-night as Duke Alfonso D'L'ste, lu Lu
Ur. Tarker, who will lecture ut tho
Liberal Itcllgious hall one week from to
morrow night, Is a very able man, and
will offer tlie people an address that will
be very entertaining'.
Mr. Ureese, of Thebes, Is in the city.
He will oppose our fellow townsman,
William Mulkey, at Die election which
takes place oil the ICth Inst.,- for tho otllce
of States Attorney, lately vacated by Mr.
1 H. Pope.
Mr. John S. Gunj clrcult clerk; J. N.
Pearcc, proprietor of thu I'earce IIoue,
which, by the way Is the best Jiotol in
Vienna; J. U. Chapman, H. II. Hester,
lata Coroner, and Y. F. Schtlckcrs, of the,
i'eormn, of Johnson county, were in
.The St. Ixuls Ofoi fays : "A physi
cian in Cairo has been lecturing about 'A
Little drop of V nter.1 It had to be n
very little drop, or those folks wouldn't
stand It." Yes ; those folks have a su
perabundance of water, but, like the ed
itor of the Globt, they have never had
any use for It since they were old enough
to know that It Isn't whisky. Gvuritr
Journal. UenernI Item.
"Lurretla Uorgia" and the "Toodles"
at the Atlieuettm to-night.
Oillet's Baking Powder tlie best lu
use always reliable.
Vienna was In town yesterday; or
nearly everybody that liven in Vienna.
A change of time has taken place In
tbe arrival and departure of trains on
tlie Cairo &. ViuceumK railroad.
For a nobby and fashionable hair
cut, go to Gus Hlcin, on Sixth Urcet. be
tween Commercial avenue ami Ohio
GUlet's Uakiug Powder-for tale
There nre a couple or new sidewalks
being constructed ou Levee etreet, which
will be quite an Improvement to the iq
pearance ofthlugt thereabouts.
(Jus Hlcm, Sixth street, between
Commercial avenue nnd Lcveo Mn-et, U
ever ready to make the citizens of Cairo
feel like new men by giving them a clean
shave, nobby hair cut, or shampooing,
all of which he doci for n mere song.
The freight trains on tho Cairo and
Vlnccnnca railroad now reach Cairo at
about 0 o'clock, p.m., thus giving per
sons living along the lino a chance to
come to Cairo one day and return home
the next morning.
Call for the best-Glllet's Ilaklng
Powder for it never disappoints tlie
For two days past, four well-known
citizens of Cairo, might have been seen
sitting lu the riiouer'8;box of tho circuit
court, now hoUlen in this city. The of
ficers In and about thecourt are very ret
icent regarding these gentlemen, and thu
only information that could bo obtained
relative to them, or why they were there,
was surreptitiously had, through the
medium of a glance over the shoulder of
the Suite's attorney, while hu was pre:
paring a legal document, wherein the
names of three of these persons appeared
in connection with the words "steal,
take ami carry away one
horse, the proper goods and chattels
of one Bill Lee." Wo fail to see any
good reason for withholding from the
public, with whom these gentlemen
mingle, the facts attending their ques
tionable situation. If they are undeserv
ing tbo esteem heretofore accorded to
them, tt should be forfeited, or If unwar
rantable suspicion attaches to them,- let
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doubt. Tho younger of the four has, for
sometime past, taken a prominent part
with tlie young people of our city in
their entertainments, and wo trust will
be able to maintain his fair tame.
"Lnh," "Luerella norflii,'
Tho feeling of good will and apprecia
tion entertained by the play-goers of this
city for Miss Fanny B. Price, was fully
proven last night. This was tho time set
apart as a benefit to Miss Price, and noth
ing was ever more natural than that an
unusually large audience, composed of
the tlxtt of the city, should greet her with
smiling faces and other demonstrations
of their appreciation of tier talents as au
artiste. The play selected by Miss Price
for the occasion was ''Leah, thoForsnkcn
Jewess," she appearing In the title role,
and Mr. W. Cooke Poio as Herman, the
betrayer. On two former occasions our
play-goers have been called upon to wit
ness this highly interesting and touching
play, with Miss Price in the leading char
acter, but tlie support sho had on the oc
casions alluded to was not to bo com
pared with that afforded by the present
troupe. As to Miss Price's rendition of
Leah, little need bo inkl; suffice It to say,
that she was filly up to her usual stand
artl of f xcclloucOi Mr. Pope, tie Herman,
was admirable, and was lontU.n. poind
ed throughout tho entire i v,, Tho
other members of the ti.mpc t Mounted
their characters lit tho most emmenda
bio manner. In fart, tho peljrmnncc
fiom beginning lo end was Jti; what It
should have been, und that it f. appre
ciated, tho rounds of applause him tho
audience amply tcstlllcd.
To-night will be presented for lie third
time In this city by -Miss Price, 'Lucre
tin Borgl.i, thu Poisoner." The major
llvofonr theatro-coera have vlnnTuil
His play with Miss Price as l.WctlS
P.orgiu, and therefore are ware tt the
very excellent nianneriii which she doe.t
the character. She brings vivldl;. to
light ull the devpot feeling of love, hate
and intrigue, of wldch it .scrupulous wo
man Is capable of possessing, mid proves
to her audience that she Is d(w;rving of
(lie name with which fchu has bcn
crowned, viz; a truly meritorious actrcsi.
Genarro will bo dona by Pope,
and, wo have no doubt, will incit with
thuiipprobatiou of tho people. Gubetta,
thu accomplice of Lucretla Borgia, will
be enactijd by Mr. Voorhces, M Iks Julia
Hanchett appearing ns Jnppo. The caste
of characters, as may be seen, is scry
powerful, and should draw a largo houe,
as It as-surcdly will. The jicrlbruiancc
will commence with the mh lh-provokliig
play entitled, 'The Toodlcn," lu which
tho inimitable and irrepressible Tom
Hampton will nsumu the character of
Wllllnut Mtirtln.-Itenoiiillon. of
At a regular meeting of Alexander
Lodge, No- 221, 1. O. O. F., the following
resolutions of respect were adopted:
Wiikhkas, William Martin, a member
of this lodge has been removed from our
fellowship by death,
HfMihtd. That in tlie deatli of our late
brother, William Martin, tills lodge has
susbilned the loss of a member of exem
plary walk and conversation, kind-hearted,
charitable and devoted to good.worka.
lltsohed. That by hl death society has
been deprived of the example of an hon
est, modest and faithful citizen, and his
family of a kind husband and father.
.V'OjW, 'flat wo deeply sympathize
with the liereaved widow, children and
friends of our deplored brother, In their
JUsohtd, That a copy of thec resolu
tions be sent by the M.-creUiry to the w id
ow of tlie deceased, and n pajm of the re
cords of the lodge bo cet apait sacred to
the memory ot the dccea-ol, and that
these resolutions bu spread upon It ut
Use PAHADISK COAL
Aktkr February 1st, $l,0C( reward will
be tli en foi liny good paying day boarders
at the Dclmonlco Hotel tl I week.
Those using' b.-i-e-burnr stoves have
found jut what they wtut lu PAKA
Having given up my oil .ttait 1 on tho
Icicc aLd taken Keuhlcr .t Sro's rhop, en
K'gblh strict, 1 li .11 bo prepared to sup
ply the citizens of Cairo villi the bct
incati the. market afford'. l'lcac call and
scemc. run- Howaud.
Try I'AJLADlSIi COAI., Uie. cheap
est aud best.
-Buy PAKADlSi; COAL.
Newh-ilttoil, finely fuml-hed barber
s'.op by Gcorj,'c St .-lnliousc, corner Com
aierclal avenue and Kiglitli itrcct. Ytan,
of practice have k'lven him n IL'lit hand
tli it in ikes a smooth shavo ddK'btful. .Ml
who try him once will cull afaln. All the
late dally papers aro kept oa bis table for
the benellt ol lns co'temere, ind there it
no tcdiou" waiting fur turns. tf
Try PARADISE COAi for cooking.
GUlet's Flavoring Ext nets f ho best
in use, and for sale by nearV'CMry gro
Avtek Fcbrusry 1st, $1,00 roward will,
be Klven for fifty food paylug la boarders
ut the Dohiioulco Hotel pirwc.k.
-All that have tried 3AHADISE
COAL will use no otlier.
.loo llor.okar is now in fill control of
the Washington bakery, and laving learn
ed the wactn of tL public, is prepared to
supply on call a'l demands for French loaf,
Boston, Brown nnd Oraliam bread, nnd
everything elao ordinarily found In a llrst
ci&Mbnki ry. Us maintains it full stock of
confectioneries, ami can, as well es any
other dealer In the city, till all orders In
that line, Cakes b'akerl, frosted or orna
mented on short notice. Spcchi lattcntlon
given to the orders of wedding or picnic
Order PARADISE COAL from any
The attention of tho public is called to tho
faot that tho City Council, by ordinance,
have directed tho Collector to rociivo only
In payment ol the city portion of tbe taxes,
ltg.il currency of tin United States. City
warrants will therefore no longer be re
ceived for any portiou ol such taxes. By
the provision of Section 137. chapter 120,
Hurd's revision, the Collector is required
In eoiicct and return all personal taxes by
the loth of March next. This provision
will be vigorously enforced, and tax payers
will take duo notice of the Met.
ALEX. H. Ilivrs,
ObNtuelCN to MnrrlitKC.
lluppy Itellcffur Yoiinif .Hen nom tht
effccU of Krrors and Abu.w in mrly life. Man
hood restored. ImisJImmts to Marrlige re
movwl. Newmetho'l of treatmeut. cwaud
remarkahle reniedles, llooUund clmiltrs sent
fren, In seated envelop. Addrens, 1IOWAUI)
ABSOCIATION. IIK.V. Ninth street, l'husdel
plila, Va ,-sin IiiMtltulIon having a IiIkIi nputst
tton for honuruMe conduct and profMlonal
Correcti-.! Dully hy. M, Stern romwslen
Hour, necontlng to grade $1 0 .00
Corn, mixed, sai'kwU
(jrn, white, KicWwl J
Ouh), llllxwt riiTin
llran, r ton f Vf
Meal, slmni drlwt "
Turkeys, per dozen.. fi?
Apples, common, per uam-l Wt
I'otatues, perbarij.1 "Utt itn
Onions, per barrel - ' f ' fj0
Ituckwlieut Uour f
It) e Hour 5
r.iv liAMlSIIIKf. MAS0HL1
Sl'rruj, Co.. 1)1 8fvl n. H V
Thcundirpl'jned wh sef all lililloii.sc
hold and Khelun t'uirilturjb ncarlyi
new conM.di'ig of bed f, bitrrafi, wash'
stands, clulrf, oto., nt private .ile, nt the
rcMdenco corner Sixteenth and1 Locut
stnts. Terms cash. M. M". ifoonr..
Port r.lNl. 1
Strainer Jim Flsk, i'nducali.
CYH. Church, Cincinnati. .
" It. H. I)eltutsy,Po,nth(j
Steamer Jim J-'isl;, Pudiicnh.
" (J. It. Church, N'w Orleans.
" It. li.I)ellus.y,. Mound g(ly..
ItlVEIt, W KATIIKll, ATS'K III'SINlWS.
Tho weather yesterday wtw clear and
cool, with scarcely any litxce.
Biuluess was much more active than
for several days previous,
Tito Ohio rlvcf went up abtnit nine
Inches, und was still rising slowly. ',
VAH IIXFAKTMENT, ItlVEK Kri'OUT, I-
STAtlONS. linVSVATEIt. ."OR.
rr iv it is.
I'lll.blirR. ... . H 0 UI a
Clncliinntl 31 7 UI IJ
Ix.ul,,lllr .........,.. i o 0
Kvansilllc ' -
N'livillr ... 31 0 .30
SI. Umls 6 -0 ' (l 0
AND DCALKH IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City National Bank.
I WILL sell In rar-l..l lota nt iastlurilcturcr,
liriecH, luldlnif Krtlhl, . 4 ,
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(Successors to Jahn It. 'flilllls)
And Dealers in
HAY, CORN OATS, FLO UK,
MEAT, BEAN, etc. .
Agents for LAFLIN &.RAND PONDER COl
ZCoruor TntU. Street- ond Ohio
j. Lotoo. . . ,
7. 1). iiatlusj. U. C. Uhf.
MATHUSS & XIHIi,
Dcalui'H in ,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY- AJD
PRODUCE, . . , (
3Ii Oliio . Xiovoo'.
E. J. Ayrvt. S. p. Ayn.
AYRES &-CO., ,
No. 78 "
OHIO LEVEE. .
i:i:ai. kstati; ahkviy
C. WINSTON, & CO.,
Heal Estate Agents
7-d OHIO Xj33"V7"I3X7,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. ' j
BUY and sell iml e,tate, iuy taxes, Airniah
ub,tracU of title.
t3lAiid C'oinmUloners, '
JOHN Q. HARMAN &
Land Atrenta of tho Illinois Central and
Surllnffton and Qulncy It. E.
w' ' '0Bnpunlea,
Ifortat Cor. Sixth and Ohio LoVoo,.
OAIKO. ILLINOIU. i
MlDlst lsWkPtl. Milhllk Lilt. ItlftlUJ ft-r flliT Mill.
a.i4Ha vsoiwiH -wtHout rosrfi iiii pwii
wuixiqvri vv., mi urvtiwtf, iww isit.
Leading Journal of Southern
W'lllstcadfjilly oppoo tbo policies of the
Rrpubllcm party, aud refuso to be tram
melled by tho dletatlouof anycUquo In tho
It boltcvcs tb.it tho Republican party has
fulfilled its million, and that the Demo
cratic party ni now organized should be re
stored to power.
It believes the Kidlcal tyranny that has
fer several years opprfMed tho South
should be overthrown and the people of the
Southern SUtcs permitted to control their
own affair. "
It believes that railroad corporations
hhotV.d ba prohibited by legii'.atlvc cnaet
m nts from cxtnrllin uml uiinilr U.w
Inatlngln their buslnet tram aellons with
the public. -
It rcebgulifls the equably of' all men lc
foro the law.
It advocates free commerce.:, tarllf tor
It advocates rr sumptlohfqft specie juy-
mant, nnd honest pvvmcot'ef tuo tiubliir
It advocates economy lrtitho admlnlitra
tlon,of ppbllc attain.
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o Call o, and a. variety. of Commercial, Po
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deavor to please nil t.uti'i nndklntercst all
reader. . '
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lu tho VTt, tud It a .pleasing Vlrcsldo
Visitor aud "Family Companion.
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miuts offered by Tho lluiloltn In" tho, way
of cheap and profitable advcrtUcmcnta.
ITltTTJ TUTT Y niTJIT
ni: x an uu 111111 1 in
Spend Your Moi
that you wll Kef It nil l.nfk. lu rut sol
rU, by Invrstinjt it In one or oar
" new Ktif,it
Famous fur Firm? out a wondrrftillr f-lronr,
l'lcasaiit and I'nlfurm Heat ata '
Small Cost of Fuel.
Ooyaimpio m uuantruution, ciihi
ly mnnnRcd, oarofuUy mado of tho
very beat matorinlfl,olwny8 has
flrBt-mto draft, and guurantccd to
givo Hatisfactiou ovorywhoro and
under all circumstances.
Exoolslor MaufaotnriuB Compuny,
CIS and 014 N. Main St. St. Louia.Mo.
A.1D II Y ffO
C. N. HUGrHES,
Over Mathuss & Uhl's.
"VTOSK but Fint-t'laj'S Cuinpantert lepre
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Nutkncl Bank Building, np-iUlrs.
Tho OldPNtKBtabllnhed Ajienoy In South
em JlUnols, ltiprcaoutlns over
t 'O A I..
Ordors for Coal .by tho car-load,
ton, or in hognlicuda, for shipnflkt,
promptly attended to.
fj5rTo largo consumors andall
manufaoturora, wo nro propared
to Btipply any quantity, by tho
month or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITY COAL COMFANY.
""CflLilHitay nro ' offler, Xo 70 Ohio Levee.
Kfl I la 1 1 1' lay 1 1 ro s u hu 1 1' hoat .
j:.U IbTTlodl fVii'mp.'root orThlrty-EIi-ht
SJ"l'ot Ofllce Draner, SW,
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG nnd ILLINOIS.
KKIT constantly on hand at Kom YsrJ,
Coniinciclul aiunus, opinislto Jlrun'
Ilnlur Itrnmntlv flllatl
C.sl and wood delliad ftw) of charze
Tunst stritdr chsh.
Tow-Boat 'I'or Sale
I'nilK, .Inbtorilor otTsrs fur sals Um 8lun
ri-lwlnff t-Vfhel Hoat, Us llammltl.
wimenilUM, nweaiDnrj, uhiim, appAru si4
rurnltms si .hs now lim at Cairo, Ills.
IlirUurtli is UI tut, her UrsudUi 'JI fret, a
bulleri HI r.t long and ."4 luuhea dlsmstrr, 1 tiixli
rrrtiU-ssiijiupitvltUcyliuders. IT' lark.ilu
liicli".uid 8 fret tole( t'ttt pumps I'Mu
. lua m u.aineler and 17 Inches HicVo- jdll
Irjiin racusurM y.b ions, ens
uioJsiu ln.l.l-otf in.iiH.snil ii In hmv rallied
itsuneh, ,ui-oitliy, and In fvoii tumlltlo fur
naTlgatlun. l"gr terms apply lo.
Caiho. llls..-Kovmilj!r J. 171. iO-ll-is-it.
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