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ASCAI.O.N t.OlHJH, NO 51
IhiIkMk of I'yllilnit, inwli eery l'rl
iluy nljclil lit luir-pntt Midi, in Odd
K'll'IM' Hull I- K. HI.AtK,
AI.I'.XANIMdt I.UDOI:, NO 524.
Indcirf-nddil Order uf Odil-I'tl-Iowa,
niuti every 'I liiirmlav night
t li.tlr mint nen-ii. In lliclr lial) oh
(mmiieiclnl iiuiinr, hclwfcn slxlli hiiiI SmiiiIIi
limit Jouttll CioaUlA, N. U.
f 1AII10 I.NCAMrMlIM', I O. O. l'..intt
V Vln OiM-l'rllown' H ill on lliu OrUhiiil tliliil
liirLir III !rr inuntll, ill liiilf-jnut ic-vtn
IK SLACK. 0. I'
A OAlllOI.OIKii;. NO 2I7.A.K. AA.3I
CV. If old rianlar communication, in Mb
7jK boiiIc Hull, comer Commercial nienue
' nnil l.lglitli atitet, on the ti-coml unit
fourth Monday orwli month.
D IIANCHETT ..ZZT. MauaifBr.
tiwond week of Hie lalenlrd joiiiik ArlUt)-.
MISS FANNIE B, FUICE.
HVitm-ailny I'.triilnir. IVb. 10. 1H7B.
Willi- rei-nlt-dMiiikiK.rr'ii SiililiineTrug
c ly, In Hinarta,
I.AHV M At HUTU - r'ANKU H Pmca.
Alnillon no mill 73 r'iili.
In llrliMrml, "'IlieSmof Ice "
-lti-i-rtid Hint cnu Ik lecurtdnt Dm.
lUitnmi'a ktniv a-2-tf
utire i.r Iti'iiiot ill.
Klndlng tlic present idore room too mall
lor our KrouitiK 1iiMr.iM. I will, In Die
latter p.iu of J-Vbrii.-irj, remove to the ji-
lou liiilMlriK lomi ily occupied liy Elliott
A llaylhorn, where, with the Increased
illk'f, I will keep a larger Moult uf lio-t
mil sliotn tli in evrr licliuc. In t lie mean
line, to avoid tlic cxpenm ot moving and
lo prepare for iptlm; trade, I will offer my
ntlru Mock of winter gaud at ACTUAL
'our. Tun lii iiUittNKni, and (-real har
pallia are otfertd to thu fortunate
ltI-l-2C-tl City Shoe Store.
Mr. 1'. Klt7KcraM liaijut received anil
!iai on sale- at !iU a!t room, u lalge lock
if 1'nlltli ale, porter, IIl-iiiic-h.)' lirondv
Hid wine, anil lliiion of all kind, which
tie will diipotc of at reasonable price.
AKreu Kcbruaiy lt,f 1,000 roward will
be given for lif y f-ood pi) In? day boarders
it the Dclinoulco Hotel?! a week.
Krir frotii-iilpliiir.-ind other Impurities
ArriK Kelitnary 1st, tl,'XK) reward ivlil
be -,'lvrn lor tllty od palnj; dy boirdera
it the Dtltiionlco Hotel?! n week.
fieor-je I.ittner conierof Fourteenth and
Waahlnstnii avenue, will furnltli hereafter,
ivi-ry day to Id. patrtHM a No, 1 lunch, be
tween the hourn often and twelve o'clock,
fresh Milwaukee beer and fragrant Havana
l'ari to be had t liU bar at nil tllild.
.SoIIcp tiT !Miliition.
Tli'' iKirtniT-liIp l)fretolorCfltlii-rle-JwiTii
Cliai. II. Nc-wlaml mid .I.imi " K.
Ki'imli-, hai tliU day Iktii dU'olvt-tl by
niiliial cdiiint, C It. XewlandcolIcTtln-;
lillU iluc- tlio linn and pnylnj nil
Ji bli. .1. II. N'kwlank.
.1. K. I'.knmi:.
'aiko, .lannary IH.lST.'i. 1-21
'Ilic Ix-t III the Slati' for i.ookin-,
'rate. iIovcm or -t-iiiii.
''it nml Mfiini (tin f.
fr.firlui II. Nen land l prepared to do ll
klniN i f and iteam llllliu. repairing
jimnp, drivliii; wei:, bell liinln;;, ttc,
Miiip on Comnierilal Avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth utrect. 1 jl-I -Jl-tw.
Whoever habitually Usee any alcoholic
preparjtloni as an appetizer" will be
likely t') rutlcr from four evils, viz; an over
pill, of food In then'oiuueh,lmiiaircd ability
to dl(-e.t it, the I'iiiii of d) ptprla, and a
Joetot'i.blll. 1)11. WALKKU'n Vr.nKTAIll.K
Vl.NBdut ItiTTKilri, the (jrcat Teetotal He--torativeof
tin) aire. Without ovrr-Mlmu-I.TlIn'
the palatu or lillullog the (tonucti,
imparts a healthful cppotlte, prnn.ottB -.11-ctllon,reuhtfatlic
llverand bowels, purl
Jeithc Hood, and thu, instead ofeutailin-;
foiircvllif, coufcr. lour lnetlniiblcbcnelltn.
OjM'ii rilday.s ami Saturdays o.ni.v.
Arrmi Kebrnary l.t, l,C)00 roward will
jc -jived for titty kooiI paying day boaider
Uthn Dclinonleo Hotel fl a week.
'I'liu Ite.-t for urates, Mcum or black
Illinois Ci',n-i u.u. lE.vtt. I'oaii Co., 1
Oi'Kicn (Jr.x'i. Soi;i iikun Au'r,
Caiiio, III., Ki liiiiary 5, KS73. J
Oil mill iilt.T tint (lati! of this notiie, the
cliarp' for special funeral trains from
Cairo to Ik-etli ISrovc- or Villa lltil-c, will
lie in follows : I coach and ciij-Iiu;
2 coaclics mid i'IikIiiu $10; II coaclios and
cii-'luo $.'.ii; and ?10 fur cacn adilitloual
I'O.ll'l I . .1 A M Kh .1 1 1 II NSO.V,
((Moral Southern Ajjent.
Kllly to Sovfnty.iivc dollars per month.
Agents wauUd everywhere. Teaehoiii, la
dint, f,'ehti, etc,, ele. No capital or out
lay required. Send 23 cent for poUj-o on
or.tflt, to 1). O. Wi:i.ciimak,
tl Irvln Station. Union County, Ohio.
t'lciiiillness Is Next to t'oillliiCHi,
I.inillonli nl hoteh and boni'dln;; bouses
will llnd It to their advantage to call upon
Mm. Ojituiai), No 12 Fourth Mreet, be
tween WntliliiKton and Commercial aven
ue, nnd ascertain her terms lor doing hotel
and boarding houo wiishen by the week.
Her wholesale- prices nro , extromoly
low. For plceo worl- prlcei oro
n tollow: Slnglo t-lilrt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen 80e; tocks 6cj two eol
lariCej two handkerchiefs, Be; vcm !I0e;
and all gentlemcn'tf wear, 80c. per
dozen. Ladles' ilremcf, 'ii to t0e;
vkirt-1) to UOc; drawer 10 to lie; two
pair liose fio; two collars 6 to U'c. for la
diet' plain clothes 91 00 par dozen; (or la
dles flno clothes, 1 2) per dozen; done
drotnptly, and promptly delivered, l'a
v:D'KSDAv, fkuhuarv 10, ma.
I'nirciiilln.i.rriM I'lio-e Ktinuimretlitl I iii
a i-niiillilatc Tor tlicbllireof SUtc' Allurnyt
iheKiinlnj election to be laid on Hit lutli
Uay.uf leliniary. WM. ;. MUl.Kl.V
l iir "tnyoi'.
Kniioii SiiK' l'leue annouiicc JOHN II.
I'MII.I.IS an a tfliidlilnlc fur Mayor or Cairo, at
tlic tnsuinK lnunlcial flection
.iHiaury il, I tfT5. SIant CnuiN
Local Wcuthcr Itepert.
OilRo, ILL., February-, s75.
TlMK. It All. I Tin.. Wl.NU. VlL. WtATIUH
To in .HJi7i ;' ChIiii o Cluir.
II" S0.J.M i 13' N.E. fair,
ipm. 30.i in' K li Clr
THOMAS .lU.Sf), Ob.nrtr.
IIcv. K. J. llatnlll, of .McK'endrtc eol
li'Ki'. will preach In tlic MelliodUt cliurcli
on Wednesday c'veiiln--. Subject: lllble
liidii-atloim couccriilut; the c-oii-tltutloiiof
Boelety In the world to conic Mat. 'JJi.'W.
"In the resurrection they neither marry
nor nru -jiv en In marriage." . '
There will Imj it nicetlM1; of Ihc mem
bers of the coiiij-rc-fatloii of the Presby
terian church, on U'ciliicmlay cveliijr.lin
medlately alter prayer tmt.'tlii'f, to act
upon the ivnlmiatlon of the piutor, the
Kcv.ll.lt. Thayer. 'Jt
The Circuit Court was ciia-fcd yester
day hi hcarin-; ar-riiment.'- In the suit of
the C. & V. K. K. Co., uo of Itcll, v.
I'arkcr & Hodges; and also npou the
motion for n new trial In the case of Coyne
Vs. llarliuan. A new trial w.n grautc-d.
Court will adjourn on next Saturday
for the term, In order that Judge Ilaker
may open court ut Mound City on the
Micc'ct-dlug Monday mornliig.
For the million, and the hot grade of
Coal Oil, U;tH! had of C. W. Jlendcrson,
corner Twelfth street ami commercial"!
About seven o'clock last night a lire
was discovered in the residence of Mm.
Fields, on Eighth street, opposite the
Methodl-t church, which soon devoured
the rear part of the building. The llre
inen, fe.trlng that they would not be
able to save the houe, made every cirort
to remove the furniture, which win soon
accomplished. The lire originated In the
rear part of the house, and in les than
llflcen minutes after llrst detected had
spread to the main building, which was
badly damaged. The furniture and build
ing were both insured. The Arab, suc
ceeded In getting the flrit wafer.
Ye'terday morning a little boy named
Andrew Harris, while riding a young
horse up Washington avenue, became
overbalanced by a sudden spring of the
animal, and fell to the ground, his foot
holding fast hi the stirrup. Hut the horse,
Instead of dahlng away and (paring the
young negro into threads, stopped and
stood still until the rider hnd extricated
himself front his jiorlloits po-ltlon, and
was about to remount him, when he
made :i spring, knocking the darkey
upon his back In the snow, and ran up
the street at a fearful pace. The boy
picked himself up and started in pursuit,
ifwcarlng that lie would "rldo dat beast
Illinois Iron hiiiI Conl Coiiihii-.
F. M. Ward , agent at Cairo for the above
company, It furnishing coal of tho best
quality from tin Ir mine at Itaum's Station
af'bcd rock" figures. Their nut and lump
Coal cannit le beaten by any mine out side
ol 1'ensylranla, and will be luinislicd to cit
izens tn tins, half tons or car-lend lots on
short notice, and sll.f jctlon assured. 2-10 Ct
Col Ice Court
Yesterday morning Alice Clark, a col
ored lady, w ho is not an entire stranger
to tho police courts of this city, got
worked up to such a high pitch of anger
and so far lorgot herself as to use lan
guage to a lady, aNo colored, who had
hitherto Im-ch her bojom friend, which
was calculated to make her tight; hut she
didn't. Instead of rolling up her sleeves
and wading into hertormcntor, she, like u
christian, with a heavy heart and tear-be-dlmuiiMl
eyes, wound her weary way to
the abode of olllcer ilohu Gladuey. Hi;,
after hearing her story, made tracks for
the high strung Alice, and conducted her
(o tho throne of .ludge llird, who fined
her, but she having no money, that gen
tleman committed her to tho tender care
of Jailor McCarthy for the space of ten
The parade of the Rough and Ready
Fire company yesterday morning was n
very ludicrous and laughable ullalr, and
created quite an excitement among the
citizens. The Roughs have made boasts
that they never do anything by halves,
and yesterday morning and last night
they fully proved the truth of their state
ment, by the successful manner in which
thpv conducted their Msird! Gras festival
and ball. At nine o'clock last night
Scheel's Washington hall was completely
packed with a gay throng of men, women
and children, all of whon entered into
the pleasures of the evening with a will.
The dancing commenced ut an early hour
and continued without Interruption until
twelve o'clock, when supper was an
nounced. The guests then marched to the
dining hall, where a delicious repast was
iu readiness for them, to whli-h each and
every one did ample justice. Vfler sup
per tho dance was resumed, and went on
muootlily and rpilelly untlUt late hour,
when tho festivities of Mafdi Otas day
wcro declared ended. Theslehratlon from
beginning to end was a ifiosthiilllantsue
cess, and tho pleasure Arlved from it cer
tainly repaid tho Roughs for the time and
expense wiueii it infiirp-q,
I'1".1 1 11 I'. .'!.'
Cnlro, by n eminent- Man.
A correspondent ol the I'adiicnh Xcu-s
passed through Cairo a few days ago, and
in it letter to that paper, dated at this
place, writes : "Cairo lij not Ihu Cairo of
sixty or seventy yeitM ago, when I.en ed
ited a paper there. It lias btirsted that
bubble of the fancy which said thatu
ptace having livers did not need railroads,
and Is now u great coniiucrcl.il and rail
road centre, it bus a low situation, but
is surrounded by a levee which protects It
from an ovcrllow, the one on the Ohio
serving as u principal thoroughfare for
business und basis for the Illinois Cen
tral and St. Louis Short Line railroads, the
Cairo ami Vlnccuncs road coining in on
the second street back from tho river. On
the Mississippi leveo I found the St. Louis
N'arrow-Uaugc road, which, as com
pared with the others, looks as it it had
Im.-cii put there for the children to play
with. This Is the road whl:h Ilrother
lleauinont has so much to say about and
wishes to match through Mayllcld. From
Just across the river, on the Missouri side,
stretches out'the Cairo, Arkansas- and
Texas road, wfilcli reaches far Into what
has bci'ii heretofore an unexplored region,
and which is to prove the grand trunk
way of the Southern l'acille."
The lumber on yard or Wall it F.nt
must be sold this week. Apply to Mr.
McGahy, or New York store. This lum
ber must Oe sold regardless of price.
.let. t. i- t. r..
J Alir.ll iv v.r.
Table and 1'ocket Cutlery, and In fact
anything In the Hardware line such as
Locks, Hinges; Files, Nails, 1'Mol-, Caps
and Cartridges can be had cheaper than
the el!Piiiest by calling at my store, cor
ner Twelfth and Washington avenue.
2-10-1 m C. W. IlKNliKKSON.
A astir Hi I ii if o" Irn.
During the fate cold snap, when the
Mississippi river was frozen to the depth
of seven or eight inches, a tramp at
Greenfield's lauding, iu Missouri, desired
to come to Cairo, but was in doubt about
risking himself on the Ice. He therefore
thought lie would get a little advice be
fore venturing, and with that end iu view
approached a gentleman standing near
and asked him if he thought there was
any danger. The gentleman answered
that by walking lie would concentrate
ids whole weight on the ice at one
time and it might not be safe, but that If
he would equalize Ids weight a littlenud
be very careful lie had no doubt that by
crawling there would lie no danger. The
fellow, after cogitating awhile conclu
ded to try the latter way, and getting
down on his iiands and knees, commen
ced his laborious Journey. He had pro
ceeded about two-thirds of the way.when
lie heard a terrible noise behind him, and
on looking back discovered a double
team, loaded, coming leisurely after lilm.
When it dawned upon him that lie had
been sold, he was mad, and getting on h!
feet lie made the remaining distance in
City Clerk Hawkins told us the above
little story, and declared by all that is sa
cred that It Is true n gospel. Hut, not
withstanding tlii'ki.own veracity of Hilly,
we have a faint recollection of reading
the same Item in the New York I.tdger,
as having occurml on the Hnd-oii river.
Hut, fearing that wu may be mistaken,
and believing the article too good a one
to be thrown away, we give It place iu
Cuu 111 lit; SlntH,
To keep peace In the latuily, buy a
Charter Oak Coal Cooking Stove, with a
small quantity of l'aradi;e coal, and you
will always be happy. All the diflerent
patterns both wood and coal for sale at
'rock bottom" llgitres, by C. W. I lend
crson, corner Twelfth street and Com
mercial avenue. 2-10-1 in.
Nalnt t buries.
Oi'oJ tingle rooms on the upper floor at
Ihc saint Charles can be had, with board,
it the very low rate of $3) per month
Next Sunday night, Dr. Parker will
deliver a lecture at Liberal Religious hall.
Glllet's Raking Powder the best In
ue always reliable.
Everybody should go to see the
great play of Macbeth at the AlLmeum
There Is more Moating ice In the Ohio
liver at present than there has been at any
previous time during the winter.
For the best Prairie Lands for sale
hi Iowa and Nebraska, see advertl-cmeul
In another column.
Glllet's Raking Powder for sale
We arc pleased to learu that Mrs.
StockMcith, who has been ill since the
llrst of January, is Improving slowly.
There has not been n burglary com
mitted in this place for several days. This
Is something out of the general order of
Gus Hlem, who holds forth on Sixth
street between Ohio levee and Commercial
avenue, is the fashionable barber of the
city, and Is ever ready to attend to the
wants of those who may pay him a visit.
The snow that allbrdcd those of our
citizens a tiute of slelgh-ride, who were
fortunate enough to be the owners of
sleighs, has nearly all disappeared from
the roads, leaving thcni muddy aud very
annoying to pedestrians.
Call for the best-Glllet's Raking
Powder for it never disappoints the
The new bank which is to ho started
in this city some time this summer will
bo located in the statid now occupied by
Black, the boot lutu shoe man, at the cor
ner of Klghtli street and Commercial ave
nue, who wUi move his store to the room
formerly ouupled by Elliot A Haytliorn,
MriJv L. Runymi, who lor some
mouths mst has been acting in the capa
city of ticket agent at this point for the
Cairo, Arkansas and Texas railroad com
pany, resigned the position a few days
ago, In order to accept a more lucratlvo
one which was protlered hint by tho
Memphis and Little Rock road. During
ids short sojourn iu this, city, Mr. Run-
yon made many friends, all of whom wish
him much success iu his new field of action,
"The Men f Ipp" "Ma -belli."
"The Sea of leo" wit presented for the
llrst time in this city at the Athenti''
last night. Tlic house was uiitisunlij
well tilled wilh a very select and apprecia
tive audience, who were completely car
ried away with the acting ol Miss Price,
iu the character of Louise De Lnscours
and Ogarlta. Mr. Pope, Mr. Anderson
and Mr. Voorhecs acquitted themselves
to the satisfaction of everyone present.
Macbeth will be the attraction lor this
evening, with Miss Price as Lady Mac
beth, and Mr. I). Ilnuchrtt as Macbeth.
Of Miss Prlcc'n rendition ol the charac
ter, one ol the leading Journals of the
country sieuks In tho following Mattering
Of Miss Fanny It. Price's Ladv Mac
beth, loo much cannot bo said. She has
evidently made It the study nf her life.
Her letter scene, her scene with Maclx th
in the second act, and her sleeping scene,
stamped her as and artiste of the most
exalted order, and completely disarm
criticism, rtiou her shoulder-, must tall
the mantle ol America's greatest artiste.
And Mr. Hanchetl's Macbeth, judging
from the following aecouut, cannot be of
any less excellence.
The occasion was Mr. Hnnchett's llrst
ltitiearaiiee. Ainonir the audience were
people that saw him play the part twenty
vi-.-irs mm with Cbarlotto Cushniaii as
Lady Miielx'th, but to tin; mass of attend
auts'hls personation aud pre-cuce on the
stage were alike new.
To speak of It nil as good would lie
hackneved and uuliist: It was a splendid
conception of the limit dllllciilt part
Known in mo orama, ami as won executed
as conceived. Thc character of the cold
blooded king, cruel when interest could
Iw served by cruelty, cordial and gracious
wiien interest demanded; "owaniiy n.v
nature, but stirred bv the iiroiiit)tlii''s of
a will stronger tliau "bis own to deeds of
de.perate courage, was portrayed with
singular fidelity. The acting iirthecis
lle scene when, hunted to the last, stricken
bv the death of the onlv belnir beloved.
and bayed byuilfortuue llkea wild beast
bv hounds, the kin'' turns desperately to
toicct his fate, has seldom, If ever, been
equalled Iu this citv. It was a triumph
of art and a lesson for other actors well
worth their studv.
Steamer Jim lisk, Paducali.
" diaries Morgan, Cincinnati.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducali.
" Charles Morgan, New Orleans.
" New Ronaccord, down.
liivT.rt, wr.vr!u:R, avi iil'ini:s.
The weather was clearaud cold, with
a brisk wind from the north.
Business is comparatively brisk, with
prospects for the better before long.
The Ohio river (ell one Inch and a
half. There Is a considerable amount of
ice Moating hi that stream.
WaII llErARTMENT, IIIVEH ItKI'IIUT. (
1'elinury 3, Is75.
I AllOVL CHAN-UK
STATION!. LOW VV-ATI-.il.
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Ixml.TlUt 8 h 1 t
NiAUTllle 1 0 3, .
fet. LiiuU 1 l 8 ol a
-Use PARADISE COAL.
Arrsit February 1st, l,000 reward will
Le plven for llfty goojt paylnj diy boarders
at the Dcliconlco Hotel $1 a week.
Tho using base-burner stoves have
found just what they want Iu PARA
Having given up my oil stand on tho
levee and tuken Keoblur K Uro's shop, on
Eighth street, I shall be prepared to sup
ply the citizens ol Calio with the beet
meals the market uflbrds. l'lcate call and
ice me. 1'itiL. IloWAiti).
Try PARADISE COAi. for cooking.
Glllet's Flavoring Kxtract' thebe-t
iu use, and for sale by nearly every gro
cer. AFrKit Fcbrusry 1st, $1,000 roward will
be given lor tllty good paving day boarders
at tho Dclmon'eo Hotel 1 pcrweck.
All that have tried PARADISE
COAL will use no other.
Joe HoLoker is now In full control of
the WadiiiiL'tou bakerv. and liavln-r learn-
'cd tho wants of tho public, is prepared to
supply on call ai demands for French loaf,
Boston, llrown aud Ur-diam bread, and
everything ehe ordinarily lound in a llrrt
clasnbak ry. lie maintains a fulttockol
confectioneries, and can, as well ss any
other dealer in tiiu city, till all orders In
that Hue, Cakes baked, (rotetl or orna
mented on shoit notice. Spccla latteutlon
given to the orders of wedding or picnic
parties. 0 12-tf.
Order PARADISE.COAL from any
Newly-lilted, finely fiirnldidt barber
shop by Ooorge Stclnhou-e, c.irner Com
mercial avenue and Eighth street. Ytars
ol pract co have given him a light hand
that nukes a smooth siuvo delightful. All
who try him onco will call again. All tho
lato dally papors are kept on his table lor
thu beneltt ol Ins cntoincrs, and there Is
no tedious waiting f-ir turns If
Try PARADISE COAL, tho cheap
est aud best.
Tho attention of the public is called tothe
f it that tho City Council, by ordinance,
have directed tho Collector to receive only
In payment ol the elly rorllon of tho taxes,
l.-gat currency of thi United States. City
warrants will therefore no longer be re
ceived for any portion ol such tuxes. By
the provision of fc'cetlon 13", ehupter 120,
Kurd's revision, the Collector Is required
to collect and return all personal taxes by
tho 10th of March next. This provision
will be vlgorouly enforced, and tux payors
will take due notice of the I Act,
Alkx. II, Il: lN,
100-1-23-dlOt ' Collector.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
llnpiy ltellef for Youni; Men from lb
effects of Krrors and AbtiM In wily life. Mii.
hood rostoitHl. lmpllratut-i to Marriage re
moved, New me'liotl of treatment. New and
remarkable remedies. Hook and clrculain sent
nc, lutealed envelope. Address, UOWAlip
ASSOCIATION, 410 N, Ninth street, ridal
lihla. l'a.. an Inalltutlou havinir a liliih tenula-
1 tlon for honorable conduct and prol'iaslon il
j -Buy PARADISE COAL,
Leading Journal of Southern
Wlllstcadlaill; oppoic the policies of the
Republican party, aud refuve to be tram
melled by tho dlctatlonol any clique In the
It believes that the Republican party has
fulfilled Its mhslon, and that the Demo
cratic party as now o.-gan'zed should be re
stored to rower.
It believes the Radical tyranny that has
for several yearn oppressed Ihc South
should be overthrown and the people of the
Southern States permitted to control their
It believes th.it railroad corporations
shou'd be prohibited by legVallve enact-
in- ids from extorting acd unjust')' (Incrim
inating In their bmlueas transactions with
It recognizes the equality ot all men be
fore the law.
It advocates free commerce1 tariff tor
It advocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest piyment of the public
It advocates economy in the adtninlstia
Hon of public affairs.
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o Cnlro.-and a variety of Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign and General News, and en
deavor lo please all tas!e and Interest all
Is a thirty-two column paper, furnished to
subscribers for tlic low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Post -go. prepaid. It Is the cheapo-d pa; or
In tho West, and Is a pleating Fireside
Viiltoraud Family Companion,
Canuot lall to tea the unrivaled Induce
ment odered by The Bulletin In the way
of cheap and protltablo advorllscments.
Spend Your Money
that Jon vtII set It all back In rrsl tolld com.
lort , by IhumUiib It In niiuof uur
Humous fur yth Injr out n wonderful If Strong,
linuant and Uniform Heat at n
Small Cost of Fuel.
J68implo in construction, ensi
ly ranntiKcd. cnrofullv mndo of tho
very best mntcrinls, always has
flrst-rato draft, and guarnntccd to
givo satiHinciion ovcrywncro ana
unucr an circuinatunccs.
Exoolaior Manfnotnrinc Company,
012 and 01-1 N. Main St. St. Loul., Mo.
C. N. HUGHES,
-Over Mathuss & Uld'i.
VJ"ONi: but rirat-CluAS Cumimlei repie
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-itairi.
The OldeHtEstubllBhad Acency in Couth
ern Illinois, rcprestntlnir over
8(15 00 .000.
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-lond,
ton, or in hogahcadB, for shipment,
promptly intended to.
isjj-To largo consumors and all
manufacturers, wo uro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform ratoj.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
4.f llalllilay Urn onlce, No 70 Ohio IiH,
t7"llulllilnT Uro vvliirt'lioat.
O-At Ksyptlan Mill, or
ti-At tiiu Loul Dumii, rujt of M till ty-Klo-tit
fSTo.t Ofllc Drawer, 300.
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
T.i-r cou.tanlly on laid at lte-u' id
. (iininHivijl artinm, vupuilt. I)rti'
Older, prmaptly rtllrtl . ,
.'ol and wood ilelliuifd frc of clurv
Termi itrtclly ehli !U7-IO-Oin3
Tow-Boat For Sale
-pill! S'uumilber irTr rur iala th Sl.mni
J. Towing SUra-iWIiMl flout, Ik lUmialtt.
rrlllicngincf, inAcldnev.T, uL1m, nppai-vl aud
furuttiu an .lit uow 11m at Cairn, III.
IWrlmrtuUlU (ret, her brudlU 21 fWI, lirr
Itnllia feet ami niemuit. tit tou, Sin u I
bolln'Jfrt louzanUSalauhaiiiUsiutter, atilah
iiieureanlne4iltke;llndera li', luck.iiu
liaiutn'sadUI'wtktoV i fc4 pump Villi
she tu iliainelei- and 17 Inclw. lrpke awl all
iuoi!ii liupiovemenU.aml u Iu rrv nwnwt
ilanneli, sa worthy, and la food condition for
lUTlgattoa. For tenat applyo TATt0B.
Cvtiio, Mi.. Noiwn'jer J, 1171 ' W-U-.trtfj
fit) OK NTOKE,
rYi o o
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
IKE BEST and CHEAPEST WAGON WAN
UFACTURED. MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Street
Wholosalo Prices, but No Credit I
Mvs. C. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & Gholson's
BETWEEN COMMERCIAL AND
HATS, Iloimctj, Klont-M, rutlicri, Itlli
Imiih, ljir-4, r-tlkn, VclveU, TIm, Uncli
InV IM iil.ii-i, (.untU, llu.tvry, Wur.ted,
.Muriini 17 niltrrw ear Uir I.ikIIki and Lhllilmi.
KJ-IIhm! s.ioiIj will lu mlilnt u-ry loir rlrf
niCH. for CASH uiul I AMI OXI.j . l-ll-flitr
1101. si: imis'i i:n.
J. H. ABLE,
House Painter .
CORNER. TENTH STREET AND
Irt jni-iiariil lo ili all Mndi of Home ratntlnr,
UiiUmnhiliiKor Wlilicwii.hliii vUlivr In Ui
vlty or turruiiuilhi lomitry ut icamnuliln prl
rvi All unU-1 will nvi-Ue iiiiiiniitunilf.tr
konnl uta-ntljn ( all ami mi- lain
I HON WOHKN.
OPPOSITE NINTH STREET,
JOHN T. RENNIE. Prop.
MANUFACTURED and REPAIRED.
SPECIAL attcallon alven to litfht aud beavv
folglni:, hou, brliUr. ullruad ud J"
work and all work of a linllnr eharaclcr
Stam aud gai tltllnj In all II brancli.. A
ull aortmeut or Morri., 'ia.ler A Co.'a
I'tilliiLlpulu I'll aud dlllu Uraai goodt,
14., iiJk nxtuira alMrar.uu UisJ
FIFING OF HOUSE FOR GAS
sum: A SPECIALTY.
Aa.it or Cain.riiii'a !'-. Il bteam Pump ana
Boll.r reter, lh lt inauunicturul Coll'a
Pat.nt Syphon I'umps, and Judtou'i Patent
OoTriuor and Uav trwir Valic
Hi. fjllowlnr euirluf., ate , foraalt!
Tiro tiimlt .njiriitai, Ids Inch bore of
oyllmt.ri lit feci atroLe, and in Kood onUr
Out ileimuoit .liaft ana crunk 1 wrought Iron
OneanKlua fur huUtluir fKlgtit, IHSu)
On luX'-fO ww mill .aElna, wllli than and
arauk for innW or fan( mvt, Mrt-ond hand
' Oaa am 7X11 auclbei luy own nunufuctur.
Alto, a accond-hirid a'aia cuttlot isacniaa
aad lolawr, aud vvararuiuia bolillus loKtilat to
Kadau tmi icaUlury of all Vlodi kou-bl