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Fellow' Hall. J IC. Slack,
AI.KXANDKIt I.ODOK, NO. JI.
Inili-inclnit Order of iKM-l-el-
: low, mull vtrj lliiirwlny night
7fT 1 1 nt iiir.i.a Mtn. ill ineir nan Oil
Commercial anu, between sixth and fkimtli
itrot' JouhII (lMWit.N.U,
CAIKO EMliAMPMBNT, I. O. O. r.iffltt
In Odd-Fellow' Hall on the flrttand third
Iuetdry In rttry month, tt LH-imt even.
c k slack, ; r.
CAIRO LODGB. KO.M7..V.F. AA.IM
, noin regular cotiihiuhlonllnnt Hunt
vmlc Hull, corner Unnm-rcl.il asttuie
k mitt Ktirhtli ulriTl. nn Ihe aewjml a.ul
rmitili Monday ufinth munili.
D HAN01IETT..... Maiicer.
'Until hIkM oftlir I'ltntij- II. Price eiiiubhiitlon.
A hll.VKKflMntlAN NtclHT.
Nnturtlny r.srtiltiK, felt. 13, l7"i,
Will In" prt-iiuted Miakr-arr'i jri-al !ny of
oi jikli.o i). iianciiejt
To itiiu ludc Willi the lauzluible hire of
Monday ermine, "I'lidcr tlm ?3ll,(hl."
A flm l.r tt .7(1 iwi'17.1 ceiili.
JT-Ilwnui neat em
I,.- tecum, nt
."Notice or Itnnoinl.
Finding tlic present atore room too small
for our growing l)tihiiic. I will, In the
liltcr pvt of February, remove to iho api
ilom building lorniirly occupied by Llllott
.VlUylhurn, where, with the. Increased fa.
"titles, I will keep n larger slock ol Hoott
jiid bhnes than ever before. In the mean
.line, to avoid tlie rxpe-nic of moving and
lo prepare for aprlng trade, I wlil oiler my
antlrc stock of winter goods at actual
joht. Tun la iii'Hi.vr.ss. anil great bar
gain are ol!trd to the fortunate
Ilil-l-iC-tf City Shoe Store.
Mr. 1. Kltgerald hasjuit received and
!juk ou talc at bit talc room a large dock
if EnglUh ale, porter, Hennery brandy
and wlnea, and liquor of all kind, which
Lr will dttpote of at reasonable prlcei.
At-TKK February lt, fcl.WO reward will
be given for llf y (,iid paylndy boarders
t the Delmonleo Hotel tt a week.
Ffff from -ulphiir and other Impurities
Anni February lt, CI, 000 reward will
l-c gien lor fifty g od pa) I rig day boirdera
it the Delmonleo Hotel fH n week.
George Littiur corner of Foutteenth and
Waiblngton avenue, will furulth ha palter,
tvery day to hit patron a No. 1 much, Ix
'.ween the hours of ten and twelte o'ebek.
Fresh Milwaukee beer and fr.tTant Havana
Jgars to be hail at hi bar at nil tltuei.
.Nolle of nlMilnlloii.
The partnership heretofore existing lt
.wwit Chas, II. Xuwland and Jamci K.
Ucnnlf, has thU day been dissolved by
ntitiial cotiH-nt, C. ll.XcwUiidcdlkctlntr
ill billi dm! Dm linn and p.tylng fll
Jbt. U. NlAVI.M.
I. K. it;..v.MK.
C.uko, January 19. 1S75. l-'Jl
The best in the State for tookltiK,
emtt , stove or Mcnui.
(Jnuiid Silfiim I'lllltiif.
Cbarlet II. Newtaud It prepared to do all
kinds of fai and ktcmn tittlnp, repairing
pump, drivlni wul'i, bell luiifliv;. ct,
Shop tin Coir.mcrc al Avetiui, lictwcen
Kilitb and Tenth Mroeti. W-l-SMir,
l'our i: it.
Wloevcr haldlually utes any aVohollc
prtparntlotiH as an "npprtlirr'' will be
llktl) ti ttiuVr from lour cslN, viz: an over
pit:'! of food In the oninc'i, Impaired abdlty
to dlrot If. tun l lpep-la, ami a
lottor'p bill. 1)11. W.M.KKtlV VLT.KTAI1I.K
VistXiSH li.TTRits, the great Teetotal I tc
toiMtlvo of the age, without ovcr-Mlmit
luting the palate or Irltallog Ihe stoniacb,
lmparti a healthful appetite, promotCH ill
;etlou, regulates the llvrr ntd bowel, puri
ici (lie blood, and thill, lntead of entnlling
rotircvlN, confer four Inci-llmilile bciit'tlts
Open Fridays and Saturdays' only.
Aitkb Fcbruar.. l.t(!,0'W reward will
ou plved for llf.y (roo'l paymsf day boatders
ftttlio Delmonleo Hotel ? a week.
Filty to Seventy-tlvc dnllurs per month.
Agents wanted ovcrywhere. Teacuou, la.
dies, gents, etc., etc. So capital or out.
lay relinked, iend 2) crnts for poi-tige on
OUtllt, tO 1). C. VVl'.I.CIIMAX,
tl Irvln Station. Union County, Ohio.
'!cniilliiesv N Xenl to ioillliX'NV
I.tndlords of hotels and boarding bouses
will Had It to tlx Ir advantage to call upon
Mrs, Coleman, No 12 Fourth sttcct, be
iween V sldrgton and Cammcrclal avciv
it s, and ascct tain her terms for doln hotel
and boatding hotttc washes by tbo wcok
Her wholcealo prices aro extremely
low. For iiltco work prices aro
us follow: 8inglo tldrt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen 80c; socks Pe; two col
lars, f.c; two handkerchief?, 5c; vcits 20c
and a'l gentlemen' wear, 80c. per
dozen. I.adlco' dresse, 2S to 60o
cklrtsJO to 20:; draw.ird 10 to 15c; two
pair hos tie; two collars & lo ICo. For la.
dies' plain clothes ?1 00 per dozen; for la
dies lino clothes. $1 25 per dozen; done
ilroinntly, and promptly delivered. I'a
lllltioKIroii mill ('mil Coiiipioi'.
F. M. Ward , agent at Cairo for tho abov
company, is furnishing coal of tho best
quality from their mines at Kama's Stntlon
at "bed rock" figures. Tliotr nut and lumi
foal cannst e boaten by auy mine outsld
l IVnsvlvanla, and wlllbolum'shcd to clt
lens lutms half tons or cardoad hits on
hort notice, and satisfaction assured. 2-10 Ot
for urates, steam or black'
SATURDAY, FKHItUAltV 1870.
fiUtriiH IILLLtll I'limf nniHillnietl.tt I am
camlliltte for tlieotlU-por HUtu't Attorney at
tbceuniliiKtptcUl rlecttin to liohrlil ntitho iCtlt
:wy oireuruitijr. -uui.ni.v.
i:uiton Hi .v: I'lra.f announce JOHN' li.
Illl. LIS an u caniliilate fur .Ma or of l.ilru. ut
he fiitiilng nninlcli.il elwllun
.jiinuurj i, in.a. at I iiukk
I.ocnl Wrnlhcr Iteporl.
C'Aliw), Im,., Kebrunry I'.', lsT'i.
llAn. I Tut. Wind.
ID ( lr
rxi.103 trr I (iilin
.TO.li'l I !'' M.W
3r.0.7 III i S.W.
'IIIOMA.S JONHS, OlMerrrr.
All liii'tiilxTH of the above club are re-
(jtt(.'st''d to nicol nt the St. Charles hotel
lhl (Sutttnlay) i-yrnlti, nt "i o'clock.
II. C. IIi'Jin:i, Secrcliiry.
The eliTlIon to llll the otllce of titatu'n
Attorney, lately vaealeil hy .Mr. J'ope,
111 take plaeo next 'l'iii!.slay. Kvery
otcr In Alexander should turn out and
ca"t bin vot; for Mr. Win. Mtilkev, who
an aspirant to that position.
II. SchinetntorlTannouiiccs to his friend
and tormcr patrons tint he has openod the
DKLTA IIAK'KltV, corner of .Nineteenth
od l'oplar nr'eli, where he will be plcantd
to erect them nala, and amuro tlicm tint
he can furnish the bentof Ircih bread, rol!,
tc. Oi'.M't.Ni: ItYK IIheai) will he made a
pcclalty. Tiy him again. ti-2-lMm
The time Of holding the Ircturos under
the auspice of the Jlu.trd of Kducatlon,
has been changed fronl Monday to Tttes-
lay evrnltiffg. Jlrs. Oberly's lecture will
Ikj given Tuesday evening lntead of
Monday In aecordanee with above change.
Hy order of Hoard.
otlro lo Milifr.
X. O. St. I.. A U. it It
Cairo, ill., Feb. 1
On and after thU date no freight will le
received between twelve and one, orafter
six p.m. Shlpicr and draymen will gov-
rn theinw-lves accordliigly.
I7--J-12-31 11. F. IJlve, Agent.
.Marrow lrnpe front Dentil.
A boy by the name of Hardy, who lives
i the uppcrparl of town. In attempting
to Jump from a wagon. Thursday even
ing near the New York Store, Into which
le had cllmlieil forthepurposeortaklnga
hurt ride, flipped and fell betwcui the
wheel and bed of Ihe wagon, and, before
he could bo extricated from hU perilous
.situation, had his head tieelcd In a moil
frightful manner. He wns carried into
Mcflauley'e drug store, and Dr.
Stalkc&cjdlod In, who drwnl the wound
and made the boy a comfortable as po-!-
.)lc under the t'lrcuinstaiicc.
John I'ruess having been Injured while
working at the tire lat Tuesday, has
b u oldlged to close bis hop for the
present. It will be re-opened as soon as
he U able to attend to busine.-'. 12-21.
We leant of a murder that took place
at Charleston, Mlourl, Thursday morn
ing, but the particulars arostill a mystery
to its w itli this exception : W e are told
(hat Hill king and bain (trace, two ne-
groo, had an altercation some time ago,
that was not cttled In a satIfnctory man
ner to either, and thatTliun-day morning,
while (trace wu in a hou-e, the wife of
King eaiuo Into the room where ho was
and said that her hu-baiid wanted him to
nine out doors. Onice did not know what
King waHted of him, but went to the
door, where he was met by King, who,
without uttering a word, plunged n huge
knife Into the heart of (Sraee. who lell to
the door and died within live minute".
King ran a soon as the deed was com
mitted, and succeeded in making good
hl escaiH", and up to late Friday night
lothlng had been seen or beard of him.
A 1 ill lit.-.
Tho beautiful nud accomplished Miss
Hannah F. Hog.in, of Ilisioklyn, Xew
York, who was lately wedded to Mr.
Thomas Ilakcr, of id lack's theatre, is a
sletcr of our well known fellow-towns-man
Mr. John M. Ilogan. The Xew
York DUpaUh of the :11st Inst, says:
' e ura taught to know and believe that
marriages aro made in Heaven, Well.
they are sometimes predestined and take
place ou earth, and such was that of .Mr,
Thos. M. ilakcr, of WallaekV Theatre,
which took place on Saturday, Jan. 23,
in llrooklyn. We feel assured that the
legion of lady lrlends and admirers of the
Illustrious Tom must have long mourned
his lonely bachelorhood, and that many
of them would haru gladly rendered their
assistance to its relief. Hut Mr. llaker
has at last drawn a grand capital
prlro In the lottery of life hi
having been ' permitted to ton-
nect lilm'clf (that's the correct phrasej-r-
lu tho bands of silken matrimony with
the young, beautiful, and accomplished
Miss Hannah F. Ilogan, of Cincinnati,
formerly the reigning belle of Urooklyn.
Thrice lucky Tom llaker ! The ceremo
ny took place at tliu residence of
tho bride's brother-in-law, J. S. Colt,
K-q., of llrooklyn, the Itev. F. J. Freel,
P, I)., of the Catholic church, being the
oltlcliitlng olersyiiinn. The bridesmaids
were MUs Mamie MeKenze, Mis Julo
MclCenzle, Miss F.mma Hradl'ord, and the
groomsmen lloss Oerhy, Esq., and J,
West Bradford. Mrs. John S.Colt, the
slslur of tho bride, was the Hie and soul of
lamps! Lumps! Lamp 1 1
For the million, and the host grade of
Coal Oil, to:be hod of C. W. Henderson,
corner Twelfth street and commercial
Yesterday w as occupied In hearing ar
guments, and entering decrees in chan
The tilal of the suit biotiglit hi the
circuit court of our county b Hiram
Walker, to recover of Fatter & Co., n bal
ance claimed to be due upon a building
contract, begun last Wednesday, i united
In the Jury reluming a verdict on Thurs
day night hi favor of the plalutilt for
ten dollars. ThU being the last Jury
It IM, the Jurors were discharged for the
Tho application for mi Injunction,
to rust rnlu tho city front collecting Ihe
five hundred dollars license of the wharf
boats, moored In front of our city, was
heard, and the injunction granted. The
quction involved In this application, will
come up for settlement at the next term
At a meeting of the committee or Ways
and Means of the Chamber of Commerce
held this day, It was found necessary to
make an nsesmeut ot ten dollars on
each member, for the purpose ofjncetliig
obligations due by the Chamber. The
secretary will wait on thox-tnembcrs per
sonally. JI). Aykiis,
Clttto. FohT 1S7.-1. Committee.
AbuVt three o'clock yesterday after
noon, while Karncit Orlndler, proprietor
of a small grocery i store on Walnut street,
above the High School building, wa In
the rear room ot the store, some one un
known to him, entered the store, went
behind the counter and robbed the money
drawer of its contents, amounting to some
four or live dollars, and then vamoosed.
The communication on dogs will ap
ltepalrs, which will cost three thou
sand dollars, arc to be put upon the Na
tional Cemetery at Mound City.
Cilllet's llaking Powder the best In
use always reliable.
To-morrow night Dr. Parker will
lecture In I.llcral ltellgious hall. Every
body Is Invited to go and hear him.
Con O'Callahan, formerly of this city,
and a gentleman well known to ourbus
Iness men, Is in the city vMttng friends
The musical concert, given at Mound
City In honor of Mr. E. li. Hewett, who
proposes to leave that city shortly to seek
Ids fortune elsewhere, wa a grand ali'alr.
The police courts have been so dull
during the pa-t few days, that the mon
otonous quietude which surrounds them
reminds one of a wake.
Glllet's Baking Powder for sale
V gentleman by the name ot Cauda ,
general manager of the Cairo utid Si.
Louis railroad, was In the city on Thurs
day. So It U said.
The draymen were happy yesterday.
They were kept busy hauling for the
merchants the entire day, which 1 a faet
well calculated to make them feel happy.
The merchants who. hold forth on
the levee were In good spirits yesterday,
for budncss was more active than It lias
been for manyduys past.
The Atheneiiin will be crowded to
night to see Shakespeare's great tragedy
of "Othello, or the Moor ol enlce, ' pro
duced, with Mr. Hanchettas Othello, Miss
Julia Hunchett as IK-deiuoiiA and Mr.
Pope as lago.
Call for the best (llllet's Baking
Powder for It never disappoints the
The Pre.byteriaus, at a meeting held
in the church latt Wednesday night, for
thcpurpoeof deciding whether or not
the resignation of the itev. Dr. Thayer
should Iw accepted, deellu ;;l to accept It,
by a unanimous vote.
On and alter next Monday, train No.
1, Texas Express, ou the Cairo, Arkanas
& Texas railroad, liNcail of leaving this
city at :'M p. in., us it does at pre.-ent,
will leave at 11 o'clock a. in. Train No.
2 will arrive the ameas tuuul.
The mall tndtiouthe IllltioIsJCentral
railroad that should have arrived in this
city at llfteen n.luittes pat I oVlok,
Thursday afternoon, did not get here un-
tlll nearly 11 o'clock that night, owing to
a wreck which occurred near l.'Illn. the
A little child, four years of age, be
longing to Mr. James AnderMin, of
Mound Clty,barely escaped being burned
to death a few days ago by Its clothes
caching fire from the stove. The father
and mother of the child, hi their endeav
ors to pave it lrom death, had their hands
The sociable under the management
of the ladies of the Presbyterian church,
that took place at the residence of Mr.
John Lausdcn, last Thursday night, Is
said to have hecu one of the most pleas
ant alliilrs of the kind that has taken
place In Cairo this winter. The audience
were entertained by Mr. ami Mrs.
Lausdcn, to the delight of all; some of
the ladles and gentlemen favored those
present w ith music. The refreshments arc
spoken of as having been delicious.
-Tho people of Alexander county
should not lorget that next Tuesday Ihe
election for State's Attorney, which olllce
was lately left willfout an occupant by
the removal of Mr. Pope to Chleago.wlll
take place, and turn out tn wmk and
vote lor Mr, William Mulkey.of this elly,
who Is a candidate. Mr. Mul!:ey Is w
sossed of a great deal of legal ability,
a deserving young man, and will, if elect
ed. 1111 the office tothu satlslactlon of
Mr. Bouton, of tlie Jonesboro Cinzet(,
waslntherlty yesterday. He Informs
us that that grand Odd Fellows' celebra.
tlou, which was proposed by the Bulle
tin spme tme ago, lia been taken Into
hand by the members of the order of
that eltv, who propose to have it demon.
stratlon on the fair grouuds'nt Jonesboro
that will astonish the natives. It will
come oil' on the 20th of April, and Odd
Fellows from every town In Southern
Illinois will be there.
Yesterday morning about 10 o'clock,
n colored lady entered County Clerk
Lyncu'g olllce aud Inquired ot Deputy j
it no. Feby
Clcik Howiey If "do boss was In." Mike
Informed her that "tie his v. is not In,
but that A could probably attend :o her
wants. Whereupon she said: "Well, I
tells you what I wants. About? tree
years ago, my olo man dotio got a llcene
out and him and me got married, jtit 1
done ((lilt Mm now, and 1 want dem
papers croscd out." She was considera
bly surprised when sho was Informed
that they couldn't be "crossed out," and
lea the olllce In high dudgeon.
Mlti. Prlee'tfllencllln SirtinrtSnecrM
The complimentary benellt tendered
Miss Price by tho citizens of Cairo, which
look place at the Athencum lat night,
was a Micccs. The house was crowded
with the title, whom wo are glad to stalo
were pleased beyond expression with the
rendering of "Nobody's Daughter" and
"Gertrude." both of the plays drawing
forth round niter round of loud and en
thusiastic applau-c. The acting of MUs
Price as Jennie Mllsom, was very good.
As Lady Everslelgh, she was Indeed be
yond the criticism of the
Hurst- tnite, and many were
the tributes of appreciation paid her
by the-.audtence. And whoever aw a
more perfeel little French woman than
she hi the role of Madam Brewer?
The accenl of her word, her look", her
manner, every thing that goes to make
up a pretty French woman, was thrown
into the character. Mr. I). Han
elicit, in the role of Black Miloui, was
excellent. .Mr. Pope's Ylctor Carrlngton
won very true. Mr. Lavell's Joyce llar
kcr and Larkpur were highly dceniug
of prai'c and Mr. Yoorhce' Reginald
Everslelgh, Mr. Hampton's Dennis Way
mon and Mr. Anderson's Sir Oswald Ev
erslelgh were all done to perfection.
The little play of "Gertrude" was very
plca-Iug, and was well received by the
audience. Ml"' Haiichett.as Gertrude,
tlie Innocent little girl who wanted some
one to love, or some one to love her, was
splendid. Hampton as Peter Spyke, was
Immense, and completely convulsed the
aadlence with mirth. The remainder ot
the characters were all very well done.
All in all, the complimentary benefit tend
ered by the citizens to Miss Price was a
splendid Mtecc'g pecuniarily and profes
sionally. To-night we will Imj afTorded an oppor
tunity to see Mr. Hanehett Itf Shakes
peare's great tragedy entitled "Othello,"
with Mr. Hanehett In the title role. Mr.
Pope will do lago, and Mls Hanehett
Ucc PARADISE COAL.
Arrsn Febniary 1st, 81,00 reward will
be lIvcii for fifty good paying day boarders
at Ihe Delmonleo Hotel $1 week.
Thoe tiling bace-buruer stove have
found Just what they want in PARA
Try PARADISE COA1. for cooking.
Glilel's Flavoring Extracts the lt
In ue, and for side by nearly every gro
Aftkk Februsry lit, tl,000 reward will
be given lor fifty good paying day boarders
at tbe IMraonicJ Hotel $1 per week.
All (hat have tried PARADISE
COAL will use no other.
foe ltocker is now in (till control of
the Wathlngton bakery, and having learn
ed the wants of tbe public, Is prepared to
urply on call all demands for French loaf,
lloiton, Brown and Graham bread, and
everything elo ordinarily found In a first
elonljjk ry. He malutalin. a fu'.l eto.-k ol
confectioneries, and can, as well n any
other dealer In the city, fill all orders in
that Hue, Cakes baked, IroUcd or orna
mented on short notice. Specl.t lattcntlon
given to the orders of wedding or picnic
parties. 0 12-tf.
OrderPAItADISE COAL from any
Newly-fitted, finely furnbhed barber
shop by George Stclnhoiiic, eon cr Com
mercial avenue mid Eighth strcst. Years
of praet'ee have given hlra a light hand
that m ikes a Muooth saavc ilc)iltful. All
who try him once will call again, All tho
1 t'e dally papers aro kept on his tablo lor
the benefit ol his costoiacru, and tlicio Is
no tedious waiting fir turns, tf
Try PARADISE COAL, Ihe cheap
est ami iM'M.
The attention of the public Is called to tho
fi.t that tho City Council, by onlluance,
have directed tho Collector to rcce'.vo only
In payment of the city portion of tbe taxes,
I gal currency of tho United States. City
warrants will thorcforc no longer bo ro-
celved lor any portion of such taxes. Hy
the provision of Section 137. chapter 120,
Hurd's revision, tho Collector is requircu
to collect and return all peronal taxes by
the 10th of March next. This provision
will he vigorously enforced, and tax payers
will take due notice of tbe Met,
Ai,sx, 11. IiiyiN,
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Ilnppy Kt-llef for Yomiir JIoh from tint
effect of Krrors and AIhum In curly life. Man
hood rtUoinl. Imiwthiuntj to M.vrlge w
morctl. New me'ho! of trcatnu-nt. Xer ami
remarkable remtilles. HuoVauinl clrcuUrs snt
rrev, Inaealeilrnvelopcs. Addre.t, llOWAUD
ASSOCIATION, HUN- Nhilli atm-l, Philadel
phia, Pa ,-ru Iiiitituiion having a high ttputa
Hon fur lionowblii uondiict and prol'essional
liny PARADISE COAL.
To keep peace In the lamlly, buy a
Charter Oak Coal Cooking Stove, with a
small quantity of Paradise coal, and you
will always be happy. All the dMerent
natterii both wood ami coal for sale at
"rock bottom" llgures, by O. W. Hend
erson, corner Twelfth street and Com
merclal avenue. 'J-10-lin.
. I.us.1 Chance,
The lipnber on yard of Wall & Ent
must be sold this week. Apply to Mr.
McGahy, or New ork stow. This luiu
ber must be sold regardless of price.
A good horse, top buggy, harness, sad
dle, and bridle, on reaonable terms. En
quire of Dn. II. Wakdnkii.
Table and Pocket Cutlery, and hi fact
anything In the Hardware line such us
Lock, Hinges, Files', Nulls, PMoR Caps
and Cartridges can he had cheaper than
the ehea)cst by calling nt my store, cor
ner Twelfth and Washington avenue.
J-10-lni C. W. Hkxdkiiso.n.
Good single room ou the'npp'cr lloor nt
the Saint Charles can bo had, wlih lio.inl,
st tbe ui y low rate of 3) par month
W AH ltll-Alirm.KT, I IMlK UI.IMHT, I
February 12, Mi. j
BTAIIOXS. LOW WATttt. :,
T IS. IT I IS.
t'lltabtllr - O II O U
Clncluiutl ... It 2 1 a
l-onlivllle .. h o o a
Neville 11 II i-l .',
lit. I.AUU i I rt , o 0
Spend Your Money
that you rll ttt It all hurk In irul follj coin
lurt, by luii-ittiiK It in ouo of our
Knmoui for git Inr out a wonderfully Mronir,
l'lvuuut and Uniform Heat at a
Small Cost of Fuel.
ffiySimnlo in construction, easi
ly managed, carofully mado of tho
very best materials, always hits
first-rato draft, and guaranteed to
glvo satisfaction overywhero and
unaer au circumstances.
Exooltior Maufaotnrine Company,
012 and 614 N, Main St. St. Louis, Mo.
C. N. HUGHES,
Over Mathuu & Uhl'i.
NONI5 but FIrat-Clasi Comimnles reiire
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Balldisg, up.jtalri,
The OldeatEBtabllshed Aircucy in South
oni Illinola, l-epicaontluir ovr
305 00 .000.
OaX and BASKET CO
All kinds'! bard and tor),)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o
Mill and Yard,
Comer Thirty-Fourth Strcot and
Betwetn Washlntrton and Commorclul
Doaler iri Fresh Meats
Botweon Waahlnaton and Commercial
Avenuoa, nnjoininir xionny a.
TTTKl'l'S for mlu llir but llll-f. t'otk. Mutton
J.V Veal, iJinib, i-aiuage, Ac . and It pro
parcel to lerve ranuilwi in un accepiaoit luasucr
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
1 1 pjrrrr.x.r.rr..
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OP
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.'S
Of V. orl . w do R-putatlon.
Acknonle-lg"! by all Rood Mtl-lciam to I tbe
lirjt t'liiiiu now made.
TLTE GREAT UNION PIANO,
Of which wo have sol.! over 400 dnung
twelve years pait, becoming more and more
popular over)' day.
SMITH'S AMERICAN OBfiilN,
Splcadld tone, Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapted to lmdru-
mmai no wen as vocal miiMc.
A I.T. TIIH AllOVIl AUK OI'KKItni) (
X. Euy .Monthly Payments, at low figures
rcgaruicss oi J. si i rices.
In great variety, Including all Iho now
and popular nillslu ol tho day.
Orders from the Country
promptly filled and ent
VIOLINS, GUITARS, BANJOS,
FRENCH HARPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furrjshcd to Order.
STRINGS FOB VIOLINS, GUITARS, ETC.,
Of the Hot Quality.
Classical Studies anil Exercises
Of all grade"" for Piano or Voice.
KrRvcry defcrititlon of Mu-iical Mi r-
cbaudiic fund-died to order, promptly and
at prices lower linn ever oilercil ueiore.
UKSC V MfiO OF
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Send for Illustrated CUalouo and Price
List ofthec hcauilful group.-.
All Goods Warranted as Represented.
ROBBINS' R1USIC BAZAP,
IDv virtue of" nn i:t-cultoii to nic dho tidby
XJIhe tJlerk of the t ircntt Court of Ali-viuidrr
County, In Uif-liilc or IlliiioiH, In r.iv..rcit .M
fied II. SntTonl, u'-tignee of Ali-xander II In'ln
unu nnliirt wolin II. Ilrouii. I lime It-iliil up
on the liillowiii iIcrilKil pin i il, in 1 lit?
uouniy oi .if.auiit-r Mini nutit- oi jiuiion. io
wit: All tlif riK'it .title ami lnliiv.tt oljlil .li.liu
li. nrown. in nun lo me .Miriuriii ijiunrroi
tlie .-oulliwMt tjtiartc-rof SitiIiiii tlilrty-one ( II)
In Tuwiulilp lllliin (13) f-oulli, nnil In ILiiiko
one (I) west ofllie tlilnl 1' M ,iil.n Murky kiiiii-bt-iulnne
(I), two li). Unit (.1), lour (l Hie
(A), nix (i;),n-Ten (7) nud cliilit () In tin- town el
Units- in ild county nud Male, a tlie propcrl)
ofkuld.lolin II. llrowu, whli-li I i-!i:il olli-rut
riilillcSnlcitt tbe South-west dour of Ihe Com I
Ilou-e, In the City of Cuho. In the Cutiuiy of
Ali-Miuilir and .State of J llhiols ou Ihr fourth
(lib) il.irof.Miirrli, A. I) . 1S7S, nt the hmir of
eleven o'clock, A Jl., for i-.li. to will, 1 1 ruid
i:triitlon. M.KX II. lttVIS.
.-ht-rlffof Alt-xaiiilrr ( niiiily, llllnol'.
Cairo, III-. . Ffbiiuvy Mb, lrt.'i.
Notice U hi'ivlir Kii-n that tlie tax bonk-, for
the i-ar IsTI liiiM-l.c-t-n .l.m-cl In in liiiml',
nml Unit I well bent (he t'nlloHlng named pluei-.-
at the tlnii! Ijdow t lortli, lot- ihe pnrpGe of
eollectliia; the t.ir- of -aid jear:
Lli-ai't im-k I'rirliii't. Cully .V .Marelilldon'o
stole, Ft-bnury i-.', Ip7."i. ,
Clear Creek I'li-cim-t, Jl. A. Kilmumon'.
itme, IVbnmrv tl, IpT.I.
'Ihiles I'nrlucl, .1. t I!lhi' atnre, Fib
Mintii l'e I'ucluct, Win. Ireland's torr, V'eb
ruary S, IS7S.
UiMire l.l.iud 1'ivclnct, O. (iivcnle's l"ie,
1'ilinmry an, I75
Dog'lootli l'leclnct. N. Hiintaeltrr'a bouo,
1-Vlii-tLiry tl, IS7S.
lii I ty ritnlni-t, Ib.drj k Allirtou's ttote
MmvIi 1, ls7S.
ll.ilt-n--oil l'iccInrt,(;eoriT!' .Short' stoiv,
Jl-iri-Ii .', le7J.
Ilriusour l.ut jc.ir' tax irctlpu, m it It tin
rule to tmtt to the la bjokt alone for dJicrip
tluiio of land
Cauio, 111., Jm.iwr) n, 1S75.
ALUX II. lltVIN,
lM-l-l-wtd. IIUU let Collet-tor
E. MAXWELL 6c CO.,
RAILWAY MACHINERY and BURHINO
No. 610 North Main Stroot,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
AGENTS F0K FRE"3H PLUMBAGO OILS
Tliniti: U mnir run m the
Clironioj 1'l.UCK tlinnauy
jialnleil or printiil alory that lus
Un Kist-ti 1 the public for j etira.
Never before hat bu n accorded to
any plctmi! or kit of pletui-4, tliu
popularity these Chromoii liave
attalutil SUe, bl by twenty-
two Inclicj 1'ilce, ten iliiUais
till ess onU-ri to
J f. HYIlKIt,
fcntmlly Lofated, Elegantly FurnisheJ,
Tbo Oommorcial Hotel of tbo Oity.
Leading Journal of Southern
. "ft r" St- .. M u
Willsteadlj.tly oppose the policies of tba
Republican party, and refusi to bo train
moiled by tho dictation of any clique in the
It believes that the Republican party has
fulfilled its inUeton, and that the Demo
cratic party as now orgau'zed should be re
stored to power.
It believes the Radical tyranny that has
for several yca-s oppressed tho South
should be overthrown and tie people of tbo
.Southern States peitnttttd to control their
It believes that railroad corporations
shoii'd b3 prohibited by legVallvc cnact-
tn tits from extorting and uitjuniy ds;crlm
luatlng In their buMnra-t tran.actlons with
It recognizes tho equality of all men be
fore the law.
It advocates free can'-crrc- tariff for
It advocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest ptymcnt of tbe public
It advocates economy in the. administra
tion of public cllalrs.
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0 Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, l'o-
1 tt- a, Fori lj(ii and General Nuvrt, and cc
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Is a thirty-two column paper, furniihed to
subscribers for the low price of
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Pottige propaid. It Is tho cheapest pajsr
In tho West, and Is a pleating Fireside
Visitor and Family Companluo.
Cannot fall to see tho unrivaled induce
ments offered by The Bulletin in tbe way
of cheap and nrotltabla advertisements.