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B EGRET SOCIETIRS
ASUAI.O.N LODGI!, NO. 91.
Knlirhta ot Pythias, nifrM cviry r'rj
rlar iilirlit nt half-pint n-U'ii, in Odd-
Kiiiuw.' null i: h. si.ik,
Al,i:XASI)Klt I.OIMIi:, J.O. tU.
K- inui-lieiinen. "i"'"" ,"' ! V.
lows. inert very I hurmliiy night
. i lr . In fl...li Lull ....
('ouitni-rclal atriinc. liftman Hxllinntl N-wntli
Hrrrta Joua II C-giiixa-i, N. U.
C1AIIIO lINCAMI'JIK.vi'i I. O. I). r'..linHi
in odd-r't-llowV If nil onlliv flml nml llilnt
linn lay I11 erry month, ut hali-m-i nestii
C K .1I..W K, (J. I'.
CWItOI.OIKII.. NO.ai7,..P. JfcA :M.
Hold rrgiilar roiniiiuhlratloiH In .Mn
........ H..11 ..... 1..1
n'liliu mill. r.flllcr . iiillini itiyi n.riiiir
nml l.iirhth nti-t ft. nil second mid
fimrlti Hominy ofr.uh month.
D HANOIIETT..... Manaifor.
EIkIiIIi hIkM nf Inr irrrh-M Arllsle,
MISS FANNIE B. PRICE.
Tti 1 1 1- it 11 y r.piiiiiut ivii. 11. 17.1,
Will he irpratrd, hy imlitnal u-iiiftt,
Tin: h:. or it:.
i.oi'isi; Dc iAMU0L'its....rA!iMt. 11. rmt.
AiluiNaluii 30 nml 7.1 --nt.
In Itihrimnl, lie Proof Ice "
tJ"ll-"ri-l beat run I ftiif-il nt Dim.
olin il' Iti-intmil,
I'.'hlln tin- present store room too f mall
Tor our growing hiiMncas. I will, in the
latter i:irt of February, remove to the ipt
clous building form rly occupied tiy Klllott
.t Ilaythorn, where, v.ltlilho Increased f.i.
illlcf, 1 will keep n larger UocV ol llouti
uid Shoes than over before. In the mean
.line, to avoid the cxpcniu oi moving and
lo prepare for spring tridc, I will biff r tny
?iitlrc stock of winter goods at acil'ai.
Jum Turn I iil'HINKHS ami great bat
juliio iiri ottered to the fortunate
ltl-l-IC-tl City Shoe Store.
Mr. 1. Fitzgerald lia-Just received and
!ia on -ale at I1I1 Mien room, a large ttoek
if Knllili ale, porter, Hcnnesy brandy
mil wine-, and Hijuor-t of all kinds, which
be will tliMio'i: of at reasonable prices.
A VTKlt I'ebruaiy at, $1,000 reward will
be given for llf y good paying day boarJcri
it the Delmonlco Hotel $i a week.
Frvclroin iiuihiirnnil other linpurltici.
A nun February fat, 91,000 reward will
be given lor fllty giod pa)ing day bo.rderi
it the Delmonlco Hotel St a week.
Ocorgo I.ittncr cornerof Fourteenth and
Waihlnxton avenue, will futnlth hercaltcr,
very day to li'i nitrons a So. 1 luncli, be
ccn the hours of ten and twelve o'clock.
r'rrh .Milwaukee beer and fragrant Havana
:lgars to be bad at bin bar at all times.
.toller of Dissolution.
Tin! ii:irtiiiThlp heretofore-xl'stlng le-.uct-ii
(.'has. II. Xewlanil ami James K.
Keiinli-, lia.s till il.1v been illolvwl by
nutiial t'uiM'iit, C. It. Nuw html collecting
II IjIUi due tlie (Inn nml paying all
Jcbu. '. II. Xi:wi.jkNH,
Ciuio. Jiiiuinry It', Is?.". 1-J1
The Iwt in th Statu fwr cooking,
?ratt-, tov- or t:iin.
;niimt M.-iiin ruling.
Ctiarlei II, .V'ewlar.d li prrpared to do all
klndi 1 f ga and Heain lit tin refairlrg
inunps lrhlii wel', bell IijiiIu:;, etc..
Shop on Commercial Avenue, between
Ninth anil Tenth atrccti. lM-t-UMw.
Whoever habitually ue any n'coholle
irti:iratlouj as an "appetizer" will be
likely t1) tinier from four evils, vi.: an over,
plu of food In the stomach, Impaired ability
to dtcf-t It, the pangi of ihpep-la, ami a
.loetor'e bill. Hit. WaI.KKIi'h Vkoki Ul.it
'ink;ai: llmr.us, the great Teetotal lie
tor.itlve of the ngu, without ovd-Mlum
tiling llie palate or Irltating tliu btoniatli,
Imparls a healthful appetite, promoteh di
iertloii, rcgulntcM the liver utd bowel, purl
ties the blood, and tliu I, instead ofcntalllng
fuurcvll", confera Tour IneMlmihlebthilltf.
IVInler't (aiillrrj .
Open l"rida) and Saturday ti.si.Y.
AlTKK Februaty lt, tflXKJ inward will
tm glvcd for llfty good paying day hoarders
tltt.u Uelmoiiico Hotel?! a week.
The best fur grate, te.un or black
tmlthlug. .Vol ire.
Illinois Cks'thai. Itui. Uoah Co.,)
Oi fici: (ir.N'i. Sni'Tiir.iiN An'r, V
(.'a 1 1:0, III., February 5, 1S73. )
Oil ami alter the date of this notice, the
charge for special funeral trains from
Cairo to Beech ( irove or Villa Itldge, will
lie as follows: 1 coach and engine $&V,
i coaches and engine $10; It coaches and
a'nglne S"'0; and J10 for eaen additional
coach. .1 a m r.s .1 1 1 1 1 nson',
Ccucral .Southern Agent.
Kilty to Stiveiity-Uvo dillara per moir.h.
AgeutH wanted everywhere. Teac'ioin, la
iliR3, gent), Lte,, etc. No capltil or out
lay rcipilrcd. Send t!J ecuU lor poittago on
ntitllt, to I). O. Wki.ciiman,
ti Ir In Station, l.'nlon County, Ohio.
li'niillne Is Xi'l lo (Juilllii"i4,
liindloiils ol hotels and boarding tioui-cs
will llnd It to their advaiitngo to fall upon
31m. Coleman, No 12 Fourth street, bo
tweeu Wellington mid Commercial nven-
iPis, and imeortaln licrtenna for dolus hotel
mid boarding houmi wanliei) by tho week.
Her wholesale prices arc oxlrcinely
low. For piece work prleoH are
as lollowsi .Shiglo rlilrt and ual
lar, 10c; per iloyeu HOej oeks fie; two col
lars, 6c; tWJ handkerchief, 0e; vciti 'JOc;
jnmi all gontieinun s wear, wa. per
lozen. I.aillek dremcp, 23 to f0';
aklrtsl) to 20e drawers 10 to lBo; two
pair Itoio fie; two eolhirsu to ICe. For la.
dies' plain clothe 1 00 per docn; lor la
dies Uno clotliet, ft 'J.'! per dozen; itonu
droiuptly, and promptly delivered, ra
THt'ItHDAV, Flim.UAItV 11, 1875.
for Nliitr'. Allornry
Klilloii IIli.lhin: I'Imm unnouni filial I ani
11 utiullililr for llirollliror Mntc'a .Mlumty t
Hit roinlnjf ai i-olnl tltvtlun to l lirld 1111 the Utli
im. vi rrvuitri it ... t . ...ui... .. 1
I 'or .'Injur.
Kiiiiiiii M K I'lranv annbiinct! JOHN IS.
I'll 1 1, 1. H mi a ntiiilfilutf for Mayor l talio, at
tlieniKiiIni' iiitiiilcipal ilcolion
Jittiimry -jj, Is7j. AtA.fr t'liiitxa
l.uenl Vtentlier Itaporl.
Cairo, Ili.., r'ehniury 10, UT.
IU11. I 'In r. . Wish, Vi
aounl ! H. H
W.Hftt 41 h. IK
SI. M I ai Calm 0
i p 111.
'1IIOMA.4 JU.Nl;S, Ohtriur.
An oval oynx chain locket, containing
picture uf two little glrN. The llnilir
will be liberally rewarded by returning It
to V. Gaz.olo, corner Klghtli street mill
Ohio Levee. 2-11-at.
.Hi i ilni: ('illicit
A iiiei'ting of all peition1 who hold
claims ngaliit the Cairo and Vlmuiiuie.
railroad eoiiip.niyhanlii.eiie tiled, lo Uiku
plaecat the court liniiw In thN city on
Tuwday Hie IGllilust., at 10 o'clock n.m.
for tliu piirposeof devhing ''oiiio plan
by whleli.thi: collection or Mid c-Iuliiis
may be enforced at the earliest povilble
.Stone Is lining brought to tills city from
tin; ipiarrles near t'obden, by the Illinois
Central railroad company, with which
complete tliu filling In of the incline
plane of tiie MI?Mslppl Central.
Mr. .lolin It. Winston, agent of ihel.
M. road at Hi lmont, Ml-souri, win in the
city yeterday vMtlng id parcutK, Col.
mid .Mn. C. Winiton. Hi) report the
lm.iness of the road at Helinont riHhlng,
on account of Hie freeze-up In the I1N
slppi. (ien. fireeu 15. Ilntiin, attorney for
thuC. A V. II. It., was in .the city Tue
day, and honored tho Tlialiaus with his
presence at their party on Tuesday night.
For the million, nml the but grade "of
Coal Oil, toe had of C. W. .Henderson,
corner Twelflh etrcet and conunercial
l.lirrnry ( lull.
A llteiary and debating tociety, to lie
know n as the F. F. !'., composed of a
numlier of the young men of this city,
wa organized a few nights ago, and the
following otllcer.s elected :
President H. H. Mllbourii.
Vice I'reMdcnt T. Joiie-.
Secretary J. F. Vnndorn.
Treasurer N. W. Hacker.
It was decided that the llrst meeting
ami debate rliotild be held at the Signal
Sorvic; olllce on next Friday evening,
w hen the Mibjcct of the debate w III lie :
'Hejolved, that military Interference In
civil ntlairs Is prejudicial to constitutional
liberty." Mc'sr-. William .McCiec and
John Hacker aumiug the alllrmatlve,
and .Mc-'M. Kduiuii Rnuly and Nick
Hacker the nt'vnitive. The meeting', of
the club for theVroent will not be open
to the public.
IIII110U Irim nml CohI Coinpnny.
F. -M. Ward , agent at Cairo for tho above
company, Is fuinlaliing coal ol tin bett
iua!lty from their mines at Ilauiu's .Station
at "bed rock" llijures. Their nut and lump
Coal canint be leatin by any mine outride
ol rciii)huila, and will bo filtuUlicil to ell-
Izcn 111 tins, half tons or car-load lot on
xliort notice, aDdatl(actiona.isiucd. 2-10 Ot
Wo have received from tliu publUher,
F. W. Helinkk, of Cincinnati, Ohio, a
new and beautiful Ming and chorus en
titled, "Heiuembcr leedj of KindiiCtS,"
whieli. judging from the numberof copies
already sold, is defined to become oneof
the most popular melodic-, of tho day. So
much is the piece admired, that after it
had been ung in public for one week,
over eleven hundred copies were dis
posed of. The arrangement Is in the key
of C, and o easy that everyone who lias
a piano or organ can ea-lly leaiuit, nml
we can safely ay Hint hi this beautiful
song and chorus, every lover of muMo
will llnd a inui-lcal treat that cannot fall
to plea-e them. The price Is thirty-live
cent, and will be 'cut five of postage to
any address In the Fnlted States upon re
ceipt of that amount, by W. F. Helmlek,
niuie dealer and publisher. Xo.li'S Weit
Sixth street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
A good horse, top bttjrgy, harness, sad
dle, mid bridle, on reasonable terms. En
quire of Kit. II. Waiidnkii.
Miss Fannv It. 1'mcn : The following
named gentlemen having a high appre
ciation of yourself as a lady and actress,
do hereby tender you a complimentary
benellt to bu given at the Athcneuin In
this city tit Mich time as may bent Milt
your convenience. An early reply, witli
your acceptance and naming the evening,
will oblige Yours, very respectfully,
II. Wariluer, .lewett Wilcox,
Hurry Walker, .lolin S. Aistliorpe,
.1. U. Dcane, 0. W. llradlcy,
James Morris, Walton W. Wright,
.lohnC. Crane, F. O. Itexford,
S.S. Foster, U. W. Dunning,
C. I'lnk, 11. I. ll.illld.iy,
And many otliurs.
To keep peace In the family, buy a
Charter Oak Coal Cooking Stove, with a
small ipiantlty of Paradise coal, and you
will always bo happy. All the diilereut
patterns both wood and coal for sale at
"rook bottom" llgureif, by O. W. Hend
erson, corner Twelfth street and Coin
nierclid avenue. '.'-10-lui.
'Jlnelclli."-"TlineH of lee"
A large audience wins prewntnt the
Atliencuni last night to witness the play
of .Macbeth, notwithstanding the inclem
ent weather, and ull, we ate tit liberty to
nay were fully cotuenalcd lortliedncom
fortthey wereobliged to undeigo in mak
ing the Journey from their ieiectlve
abodes to the theatre building. .Miss
Price as Lady Muelieth Is In every partic
ular worthy of the high reputation she
has won by her excellent version of that
character. Mr. Hanehett ns .Macbeth
could not have been better, nor was there
one iiernou in the entire audience who
docs not express the Mine opinion. Mac
dull' was done by Mr. Pope, whose elfort
throughout tin: play wa aniiuatcd mid
very ciedltable. The member of tin-coin-p.iny
each and every one seemed to give
Ibtiu-chcs up to tho work before them,
and to this may be attributed llie success
Owing to Hie faet that the "Sea of Ice"
or, "The Wild Flower ol Mexico," wa
hilled lor a night, when many of our citi
zens weie unable lo attend on account of
home ciitci tu!mncut.,thal beautiful play,
by reipiofitofM.'Vcrul of our leading towns
men, will I"' again put upon the boards
tblseveiilng, wlthtauieeast of character;",
Mls Price coining liefore the audience as
l.ouUe Do Ie-coiir and Ogarlta. The
"Sea of Ice," as put on the stage Tues
day night, Is certainly one of the inoxt
beautiful plays ever witnessed In Cairo,
and no one should fall to . si c It.
In conclusion we ulllsay that the com
pany now filling an engagement at the
Atheueum, Is without doubt one of the
best that has visited tills place fur a long
while, mid Is In every rcjiect worthy of
the patronage of our :imucmcnt loving
ciiieii", and we hojie they will whow
their appreciation by giving tlicui full
hou-es every night.
The lumlier on yard of Wall it Hut
tiiu-t be sold this week. Apply to Mr.
McOahy. or New York "store. This lum
ber must Ik- sold regardless of price.
:i-10-lt Patiku A- Co.
Their I.nst I'arly uf Hie Kriimin,
Youlli, Ilrmily mill I'leiistirr.
In the mind of our pleasure seeker.'', the
St. Charles Is associated with a thou
sand pleasant recollections. How often
has it resounded with festal inti-lc blend
ing with mirth and laughter. How often
has Calro.like "Belgium's Capital," gath
ered there her "beauty and her chiv
alry," If Its wall could be adorned with
painting? of llie I -de and beauties of the
pa-t few year, who have there glided
through the inay measures, what a gal
axy of lovellncs would there charm the
connok-etir.' whatart irallerv could rival
If: Yet pictures are but shadows. "The
light that lies in woman's eyt," or the
soft Intercourse "of soul with soul"
was never yet painted, and we opine
that our Cairo g illants would prefer a
"Ingle evening i-jient in the company of
of animate loveliness to a hundred spent
lu gazing on rejections.
The Tli.ilta.11 Club party, Tuesday even
ing, was delightful not, perhaps, as
1 irgely attended as some previous ones,
but rtthtrche ant! elegant. The ladles
were r.idieut In tasteful mid elaborate toi
lette.'. How the boy kept oirofthe
trails with such attractions: around them
to daze l he cnse3, Is a mystery yet un
solved. Probably It's an Inspiration. We
can't describe the costume, and .Icuklns
wasn't there. .lenkins Is dead. He died
by feminine hand. Ills oll'enso wa des
cribing the toilet ot the belle of the ball,
and then giving her the wrong name.
He has gone up higher where names and
costume never get mixed. His epitaph
Hut we are forgetting the gentlemen,
but not. is the gentlemen were forgetting
the ladles. Dress Milt, white vest, while
kid gloves and stylili neck-tics dNeribe
the iiia-cilllne, attentive, entertaining
and useful on such occasion, hut lu these
womaii-rights-day-j only 11 lde Is-ue.
We don't know whether anything spec
ial happened Tueday night or not. l'n
lc. the glitter and glare of a ball room arc
Some of the gallants Were ab-orbed lu
hard study the entire evening. Their
Wrle uiiiiiau'a looks,
(but the rest ol the quotation Is slander
ous). Probably they learned .something,
hut we didn't watch the door to see if in
any cae only one soul went out when
two came in.
Iteiliirlluu r.N'o Yuri. Hotel Itute-.
New York i.'orivaponili'iii'v.
The plan of reducing rates and adjusting
prices for hoard according to the lloor or
the location of the room occupied Is now
recognized everywhere as the best one.
This plan, tiie result of tact, rare enter
prise, and a keen insight into the mys
teries of hotel management, originated
by H. L. Powers, the proprietor of tliu
Grand Central Hotel on Ilroadway, New
York. From the start the plan worked
so well that it has placed the (iiund
Central lu the lead of thollrst-class hotels
In Now York and kept it there. To II
lustrate this, the Grand Central, although
the largest hotel In New York, (It Is re
dly the largest in the world, containing
030 rooms,) anil tliu most eleg.iully-tur-
uUhed, scales Its rates troui SI 00 to $2 00
per day less than the other tlrst-elass ho
tels that approach It lu stylo and rank.
Many people will ho surprised to learn
that 5 or 0 meals per day are considered
necessary nt llrst class hotels In Xew
York. Tho Grand Central furnishes six
separate meals each day, from early
morn 'till midnight, mid Is last becoming
celebrated for Its table.
Table iind Pocket Cutlery, and lu fact
anything hi the Hai'ilware Hue such ns
Locks, Hinges, Files, Nulls, Pistols, Caps
and Cartridges -can be hnd eheaiK-r than
the cheapest by calling nt my store, cor
ner Twelflh nml Washington nveuiie.
2-10-lm C. W. UK.Niintso.v.
The mayor's communication, read
before the city council last Tuesday
night, shows the people preclely where
Ills Honor stand 011 the small-pox
Glllet's IJaklng Powder the best in
ue always reliable.
Invitations for n much talked about
valentine party will he Ined to-day.
The party Is to take place lu Winter's
blocli, corner of Seventh street mid
Comincielal avenue, and 11 glorious time
Is looked for.
It Is said that there were more people
in attendance tit the masquerade ball of
the Hough and Heady Fire company at
Scbeel's hall, Tuesday night, than there
has liecn ot any similar demonstration
that lias taken place lu lids city for many
We icstcriliiy noticed seviral of our
city olllccrs who looked exceedingly
glum, but were not able to learn whether
It was iiiued by the report ol the re
trenchment, committee, or uu over hiding-
enceln Mardl Oras. Ills charitable to
presume It was the former, but we are in
clined to think It was the latter.
-Glllet's Making Powder for sale
The Hough mid Heady I ire company,
while going to and from the tire which
destroyed .Mr. Field's dwelling, on
Tuesday evening, encountered a iiuuilier
of dillleiilties, such as the turning upside
down of the engine, the railing of the
hose cart from the sidewalk, the bursting
of the hose, and a number of other very
provoking occurrences loo numerous to
The economy committee's report,
which was pre-ented to the council last
Tuesday night, and which will be found
In lull in another place In thi lue of the
I1'li.i:tin, propo-es to shave the salary of
tiie chief of police from one hundred to
seventy-live dollars per month, and the
salaries of police con-tables from seventy-
live to llfty dollar per month. The sal
ary of the city clerk and one or tw j
other of the city olllelals are also to be
Call for the bcst-Oiltet's Making
Powder for it never disappoints the
Use pahadise: coal.
Aftkii February 1st, 81,000 reward will
be t.lvcii for llfty good paying diy boarders
at the Delmonlco Hotel ? I a week.
Those using base-burner Stoves have
found just what they waul In PARA
Try PARADISE COAi. forcooklng.
Glllet's Flavoring Extracts the best
hi use, and for sale by nearly every gro
cer. Aktek Fcbrttiry 1ft, $l,0o0 reward will
be given tor llfty good paj lag day boarders
at the Delmonlco Hotel SI per week.
All that have tried PARADISE
COAL will use no other.
Joe ltoLcker it now in full control of
Iho Wellington bakery, and having blam
ed the waul of the public, Is prepared to
U ply on call all demands for French loaf,
Hotton, lirown ami (Ir-iunm hrcml, and
cvervthtn; eUe ordinarily totuid In a Urt
claaabnk ry. He maintains a tuT stock of
confectioneries, and can, as well ss any
other dealer la the city, till all orders In
that line. Cukes baked, lroted or orna
mcated on short notice. Specla lattentlon
given 10 tho orJen of wedding or picnic
parties. 0 12-tf.
Order PARADISE COAL from any
Ncwly-tiited, finely furnlthiit barber
siop by tieorgo Steinliou-e, corner Com
mercial avenue and Kigblli street. Yiar
of practice have glvea him u light hand
that nukes a smooth slave dellgblful. All
who try LI111 once will call again. All the
Ia'o dally papers aro kept on his table for
the benellt ut hu oslouu-rs, and there Is
no tedious waiting f iv tutus tf
Try PARADISE COAL, the cheap
est and bct.
Tho attention otitic public Is called to the
ft. t that tho City Council, by ordinance,
have directed tho Collector to receive only
In payment ot the c!l portion of the taxes,
l-gii currency of tin Fulled States. City
warrants will therefore no longer bo re
ceived for any portion ol such taxes. Hy
the provision of Section 137. chapter 120,
llurd's revision, the Collector Is required
to collect and return all personal taxes by
the loth of .March next. Till proiMun
will bo vigorously enforced, and tax payers
will take duo notice of llie I ict.
Alex. 11. Iuvin,
190 1-23-dlOt Collector.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Ilnpiiy Keller Tor VomiK -Ut-u rroin tin
effects or t'rrora and Abuses in r.uly life. Hun
hood restored. Iiupe liinents to .Marriage iu-moM-l.
Niw-inwhoil of treatment. Ntivainl
remarkable rciiH-dli-i. Iloulsaml clicuUrs sent
fire, inaealisliiHiloiwJ Address, ltOWAItl)
ASSOCIATION. II9.S Nllitli atlvt't, I'lilUli'l
plilu, I'u., 1111 Institution having 11 high u-piita-tlon
I'or honorable conduit mid proftualoiial
-lltty PARADISE COAL
Hood sluijli! rooms on the uprcr lloor at
tliu Saint Charles can bo had, with board,
at the very low r.ite of $.1) per month
W'.ui Hei-AiirtiKNT, Itivcn Itrroiir, (
February 10, 1S7S,
LOW WATLU. HIAMJIC.
1 r is, rr ix.
0 0 i) 0
8 t -0 4
1.1 4 -3 S
1 10 XU i
I.ooUi Ills' .
,SI, linls ...
J. haic aranaintuiu
plraseit si Itli umciiio
i.m 1'i.m. vrk eh lul
ilu.li hnninr unit floi
inoial leoa as wH
im Uicexcellenmof ar-
..... . V. M.M.I
1 rriiintu, i
! popular rliromoa of the
' day, anil sliouM him a
piacti in m7 iihiiii;
. PRICE 10 THE PA1K,
I If not found 'at your picture dtalcra lend
I your order, or for a deicrliillve circular, to tli
I puVllilitr. J, V. UTD Bit CUulauil, 0.
faFS l?TiTirL- J r J
SaJ.I J --saVIl
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MEItCIIANDISE OF
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wldo Reputation.
Acll oiIisIkI Iiynll good Motlelins to U- the
Ih-mI I 'In 110 now liuilr
TIIE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which we have sol .2 over 100 during
twelve jean pas', becoming more and more
popular every c'ay.
SMITH'S AM till ICAN ORGAN,
Splc did tone, Pow er and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A mythic Initrtuueiit, adapted to I mini
111 ntal as well a vocal mitsle.
A i.i. tiii: aiiovi: aim. omntKit on
Ka-y .Monthly Payment.-, at lowilgurcs
rcgardl sm orlst Pi kes.
Iu great variety, Iiii'ludlng nil tho new
and populir muMc, ol the day.
Orders from tho Country
promptlv lllled and sent
VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS,
l I Wtl l 1 1 IS n U1 Ml l 111 tisiiu-
FREN'CH HARPS, ETC., liTC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
rurrlsbcd to Order.
STRINGS FOB VIOLINS, OTJITAES, ETC.,
Of the Heat Quality.
Classical Studios and Exercises
Of nil grades for Piano or Voice.
frTEvcrr de-crlntlon of MuMcal Mtr-
ebaudlsts funiMicd lo order, promptly and
at prices lower than cier oflcred before.
(5KNCV ai.o or
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price
1. 1st ot the-c beautiful group?.
All Ooodi Warranted u Koprosented.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZA?.
'Hv Irtue of an Execution to me illiTrtpd liv
JO I lit Clerk of tin: circuit Court of .lrxiintr
Coiiuly, in llie-tatp or IIIInoK, In riioror.l
fieil If. "-afford, assignee of .leunilcr H In'in
and iifttliisJohii II llrown. I huic Irvied nil
on the I'lillowlur dcscrlbtsl pioK-it, In the
County of .lr.n111It r mid Mute ol Illinois, to
irlt . .Ill thr rlg-ht .title and Inteieat of said .IhIiii
II llroivn. hi mid to the Northwest ipunterof
the jsouthweit nnarlrrof Su-llou Ihlrtj-uiie (31).
InTouii-hipllttttii (15) outh,und in Itanire
one (I) we-l ofthe third l l ,alao ulovl.amiin
leiisloue (I), two (-.), thrru (1), four (I) lite
(5), six (ii),.-in (T) uti'l elirht h) In the town of
t'nlty In I'aid roiinty and Mate, us the property
nfMihl John II ilrowu, whl''li 1 shall uucrul
I'tihlio Sale nt Uu- Snutn-weU door of the Court
Hoiee, iu llie (. ity of Culm, in llie rouutyof
Ali-xamler mid Mutv of Illinois 011 tliu fourth
(llli) dayof .March, A. 1 , lsTS. at llie hour of
f If Mil O'CIOCk, A . .SI., lor ill-lli IO KIU-IV"3il
Kxcculloii. AI.KX II IUVIN,
Mieriifnf AK'anilcr 1'oiinty, Illinois,
Cairo, Ills , I'ebniaiy sth, !-".
Vfolli-a Is hf ifliT kI"i lliat the lax hooli fur
u-A me yrarisii natemen piarrn in my minus,
anil that I noil be nt (he lullowlii- nuinvil iilaei-n
at the lime Ix-low M linlh, fur llie jiurpote of
coiii'Ciius ine in-.es 01 aaui r:n .
Clear Crtiek 1'irriiirt, Cully .V -Marrlilhlon's
Moi. fVbnmry '-'.,, !".'.
Clear Cirri, I'lrcini't, I'. A. IMniuaiou'a
Mmr, t'tbruary 23, loT..
'I hrbci I'irrliirl, .1. U Itolnlug's .-loit, I'rb-niuiy-JI,
Santn t't l'lculoct, Viu. Irelniul's stoie. l'eli
rtiary v.i, Is75.
lioii-e Island Product, O. Ultenle'a -tore,
Kibmarr M, 1675.
Dos'lootti l'lrclucl, X. HunvtcVir's huue,
Fvliiiiarr U7, 1873.
L'nlty Prrnluct, IIodgs A Athciton'a alorc,
Msrt'li I, 157..
llHtluirooil Precinct, Ceorst W. Shoit'a stole,
March W5 , , ,
llilii- your last yrur'a tax irreipts, ns it Is 1111
fale to unit to llie lav liookn ulone lor diicrli
lloim of ImihI
Caiiio, III , Jaiiuuryti, 1H75
AI.KX II IltVIN',
I.VI-I-ll-VTl.t liistrirt Colli-i'ior
E. MAXWELL & CO.,
RAILWAY MACHINERY and BURNING
No. OKI North Main Stroot,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
AOhNTB FOR FRENCH PLUMBAQO 0118
TIIICUi: li mine fun 111 ilia
Chroiuns I'l.Ul'K Ihuiiuny
i-aintnl or iirintiil stnry that has
ti-i-ii git en i thi-iiuhliu for years,
Kuiir bel'oie has liwu iicconlcU lo
any jilctuinorsetor pictures, tho
jiof ularit y tin it (.'luoino linio
ntliilne.1 Site, six by twenty-
two inches nice, ten uollars
till sis milsri to
j v iiyiii;k,
,lisjiuii1i.UHSaa 'pjjvwi .itu)uo)
Spend Your Money
lliat you wll ert It all lnok In ri a0() C0In,
Ion, by liiTctsiii It In one of our
famous fir (tUlncmil n womterfidly Stronjf,
I'liuiiuit uud t iiirorni Heat at a
Small Cost of Fuel.
tsysiraplo in construction, easi
ly managed, carefully mado of tho
very best matorinlH, nlvvnys line
Urflt-ratc draft, and guaranteed to
give Htitiflfnction ovorywhero and
under all circttniRtanccR.
Exoolalor Manfnotnrlnc Coiupany,
013 and 014 N. Main St. St. Louis, Mo.
O. N. HUGHES,
Over Matbuu It Uhl'i.
JVONK but 1'lrat-Claij Companies tepiu
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
Clt? National Bank Building, up-italri.
Tho Oldeat I'stnblinlioil Axency In South
ern IIU110I3, reiiro.iuntiiitr ovt
865 00 ,000.
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for Hhipnicnt,
promptlv tittonded to.
twjfTo largo consumora nnd nil
mnnufacturors, wo tiro propurcd
to Bitpply tiny quantity, by tho
month or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
CJ-IliillMay Urn 's ollli'i-, No 70 Ohio l.eu.
5 rllalliilay Urn 'a wliurl lioat.
ELi-At i:yitiau .Mill., or
!U"At the .oal l)iuni, foot or Tlilily-KlKhl
H'l'-iai OMi'u Dr.tuir, -oo.
Coal and Wood Yard.
COMMERCIAL, A VEND K.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
tt COAL S?Sr
Kl'U'T constantly oil hand at Hois' Yaut,
Coliimviclul avvnue, oppo.tla llioss'
Orilcrs promptly mini
Coal uud wood lU'lliilial fits of clung,
'terms alriclly chsh 317-10-CiuJ
Tow-Boat For Sale
'Pllli FubsailWi' ofi.i s for sale tliu Stuilu
J. Towinif St.ru-Vhel lloat, IU Mummltt.
iritheiixliix, iiiichlinny, UicLIim, apinrvl ud
tlirnlturu aa aim now lit at Cairo, Ills.
tier length is IU kit, her lutnillU'Jt fwt, brr
lepttl 5 f.et anil laiiisuios -7ll Ions, bhu lia i
Inillei-a -t feet luutf unit SO Incliss diuui.lar, Ul 11
iireisureeuiTlms wlthcyUudeii 17S lueurain
llaniuteranJiltntstoket a UuJ puiiii-a Win,:
-Ins 111 stiamelu- ami 17 incliu. slioke unit all
modmn improvements, and is Id ry ; respyct
stBuncli, iui vforthy, and In foqd cotidltloii for
navlsatloh. I'or terms lI,li'st0'Si T4Ytou.
0.uno, Ilia.. NoTemberS, 1874. tttt-U-ai-tf.
Leading Journal of Southern
Will Hcaillastl; oppove the policies of tha
ltcinibllc.ni patty, and refuse to be tram-
in:lled by tho dictation ol any clique. In the
It believes that the Republican party hai
fulfilled its tnlitloD, nnd that the Demo
cratic party a, now organ'zed should be re
stored to power.
It believe- tho Radical tyranny that ha
fer fevtral yeatu oppressed the South
-hould be overthrown and the psople of the
Southern jjtatcn permitted to control their
It bcllorcs that railroad corporations
sheu'd ba prohibited by legVa! he enact
in nt: from extorting acd unjttat'y iIshtIiii-
Uratln In their bi'.liifM tr.iu. aUlou with
It recognizes the equality of all men be
fore the I a iv.
It advocate free ccm crcc- tarilf lor
11 ahoi-atcj rriitm;tlon ol apoilo pay
mint, and h'inct pijment nt the pit' Hi:
It adtocitca Qi-ot'.otn; 111 tin- i!inljlia
Ilou ot pul.Ki- allali".
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Ilulkllu will publish ail the local news
ti Cairo, and a arlety of Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign ami General Xovh, and eu
dc a vol' lo please all tastes ami ictc rc-t all
- T 11 i:-
Is n thirty-two coluuin jiaper, (nrnhhed to
subset Ibcrs for ttu low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
l'ot'ge prepaid. It la the cheapest pa;r
In tho West, and Is a pleasing flrcalda
Visitor nuil Family Companion.
Canuot fall to tea the- unrivaled Induce
tueuts offered by Tho Uulletln In the way
of cheap and urotltablo advjrllsemeuti.