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A-NAI.ON 1.0 IX IK, NO. SI.
Knight ol l'ylhln, meets every Krl
day night nt hiilf-past seven, in Odd
lillovvs' Hull C K. .1LAIK,
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'Alii,!'- at hiilr-it seven, In Ihi Ir hall on
. oloWrclat nvcnue, between nlxth nnd Set i nth
Joun II tlOMAV, N (I.
"iaiko i:s;.mi'.mhnt, i o. o, F..misi
Vlii U.M-FelloveV Hull on Hi" llrst and tbinl
liefda In every month, nt liulf-p lt seven
C K M.u, C I'
CAII.O..OINU". NO 217, A r a.a.:m
Hold tc,ruliir I'oiiiiiiunli'.itlant In Ma
iinlc Hull, corner Coiumciclal nvttuie
unit Jliifhtti aloft, on the second and
fuuilli Mondii ofeucli mouth
O HANOHETT ...ManftKer.
Ustnliht but one ol the Funny N Price com
bination. '( hiirnlny : I n it, IVIi, in. is"n.
Will L trlimol tlif thrilling llmiim, 111 three
-en, rntltlm "
THUOWN UPON THE WOHLD.
M ADLLAINT. Mix Favm II. I'iutl.
'the imformaiirc lo conclude w llli the aiiimlrijf
Admission ,.....-r,i nitil 7A ceiiu.
t)ltecrvnl cal ran be secured ut Hun
llorlitmn'o .tore Il-i-lf
ATIIENEUM ONE NIOHT ONLY
Saturday, Foiiruary 20, IB75.
Completo In all Departments.
miuimi im. tiii:
Latest Ethiopian Nov
elties of the Day.
Itcnilercd by the follow In? Arti'ls, wle.se name
ate ajMiuntntrv 'if It escclli lid-
Ed French, D Is Morris, Oeo Wilson,
Milt O llnrlow, i'rlmroso unil West
Colobrated California Quartette
Wettlm- Bros rind J W rrcfth, and
Thos B. Dixon, the woucim fill Touor
W. W.. Barbour's Orchestra.
It)-erteil nentsi nt I ili In mlsuiief-.
Usual Scale cf Trleei.
Xofirr of Itciiiiisiil.
Finding tlx present More room too small
fur our growing bulslnest. 1 will, In tli:
Utter pa 't of s cbruary, remove to llio eps
ilotts budding lo in rly occupied hy Klllott
ll.iylliorn, where, with the Increased 1j
lilies, I will keep a lirgerstock ol Boots
mil slioc tlmn oer beloru. In ttni meat:
.line, to avoid the cxpeme of moving and
lo prepare lor spring triJp, I will oiler my
-nitre stock ol wittier goods at actcal
roT. Tui- is iivm.vi.i, Mi.l ureal bat
aliis are nll.'rcd to the fortunate
Ct) M.00 .Store.
.Mr. 1'. Fitgerald hitsju'st n-cehoil anil
!i:i on Kile at !il alc nxitn a laofc Mock
I KiikIMi ali, jiortyr, llcniii'y branUy
iinl wlniii', aiiil llillijr of all Limi', ulili li
u w III ii;-pof of at ictMinnliU) prlro.
Alius I'tbnu.ry IM, 1,000 re want will
'it kIoi: ;or tlf y k' 'I paying day boarJera
it I he Del . i. ni'.'o Hotel l a uct k.
Fivolrom ulplturati() otlu-r luipiirltloj.
Aitkk rul.ntirj lt, ?I.'.HX) reward will
lie Klvenjor tlf ty i; od p) in diy boirderH
U tbu Dc'inonli'O Hotel 9l a week.
L&api! Lamps! Lampi!
For tilt; million, ami tlie IhjM raik- of
tJoal Oil, to'bc liatl of C. V. llinilcTMm,
vonmr Twt'lrtli. rtrixt :nnl i Minmirnal
UVtMlW. . '.'-10-1 in.
'flic best In tins ib'lnl'' fur iwiklii,
srmtej.,'tov,. or stwun,
Kilty to ?eveiit)-!lo ilollifi per month.
A','ent w.iiiteil every where. TiacSci, la
dlu, kh4. '-,L'.i n,,: Sil) f;l!ltjl or out
lay rciulii'il. h'eiul cento for poMue on
oi.ttlt, to I ).C. Wklchma.v,
II Ir in Station. 1'nloti County, Ohio
Illinois Iron nii'l ('mil t'oiiipiin.v.
V. .M. Ward , nsi'iit at Cairo for tin) ii1iom
company. U fiiriiithln coal t iliu Iicm
itiallt)' from tliulr mW' at llaumN Station
at ''bed rock" 11,'itres '1 heir nut anil liipip
Coal cann 1 1 o beaten by any mine out Milt
ol I'pimlvalila, and will be Iumi'MiciI to clt
1eiiM int us half t'in or ear-load lot on
borl notice, utid Kat!M"actlonaKutcd. 'J. 10 (it
' "' WllllPP''lullrj .
Open Filtlny mnl.!?atttnfa.v oi..
t'lrniilliTVNN U'Nritr to (JoiMlncis.
.1','jiuJtoriU oi'liblvl uud bnardiuj; Uiiuaon
vi)l llnillt'Ui thJir mlvur.taiju to call upon
Jlr.i. ( jlomari, N'o 12 Fourth Mreet, be
tween Wmhliiffton ami Comruerclil aven
u, and ascertain berterm for iIoln hotel
ami hnaidlnK houo wiiflua by the week.
Her wholesale prki' rir extremely
low. For piece work price arc
hi. lollowt: Single Mill! and egl
Ur, 10c; por dozen 7c; -oi ks fte; two eol
larH, fie; two liandkorehleto, Bej votn "Or,
iiuii nil Kiiiiviiiuti d wi.ii, tut. 't.
dozen, l.adlca' ilrt1soi, 25 to tiOe;
NklrtiH U 20c; drawrn 10 to 15c; two
pair hofO Be; two collar 5 to lPc. For la
il leV plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; lor la
dlcs lluo clothcti,,!! 2T per dozen; done
dromptly, and promptly dclUercd, l'a
Tit AKiirnviilo It j'sp'Miii,
Inttoiluco Alcohol Into tlio Momu'li, and
thereby rob tint illgoKlve iluld of I'h olvcllt
pswer. Situratmt pluca nt bread mill uuiit
Willi gjttrle juice, mid It will ilUsolve,
Till In digeitlou. Add to Midi a mixture
u little alcohol, and (t will not di Helve,
Till Illustrate lndli;eMlnn. Iiewat-e, then,
ye dyspeptics, of tinctures, Inlmlonaor du
coellorni eontalnlnt? nlrlluotiH lirjunrN
tiliuii all am-h rum "tonics," and rely olely
ou.;r. Wnlkct'a yjucRitr Hitter tha fii(ent
herbal Invlgorant kuois'n, eiid free Jrotuthc
Ury cureo.of Alcohol, s.j!-io!ilw.lm. ,
THURSDAY. rCHJtUAltV 18, 187.-.
KlHtnii .HL'.v I'Irw nntiDiinre .tOMN K.
11111.1.14 an n rumlMutr fur Mayor or (.ali o, ut
llirtniuliiK ntnilcil election.
Jniiuury -U, liJTS. .Many L'ttlits-i
l.ocul U'cnllicr Itrporl.
1. tIRo, ll.t.. , I'eliruary IT, UTS.
Hah. Int I Wini. Vli
'J NOMAS JO.VKS, MbtciTtr.
' III To H II.
.Mr. 1. T. Swerney. u t'nlttil Slnteii
dliljiir-liiK-nlllicr, l In tin: city for the
ptirpufui of iaylti(; tlmroloreil soliliers u
bounty which they lire entitled to under
an not of f'oiig1es of .March 3d. 1873.
" A 'iril.
I de-hi' In this pnhllo maimer to ux
press my ilneen' thanks to thoe k'U
tlemeii who mi kindly and liberally us
sliled mc; with means and peronaI as'lst
niice In burying my late husband. Hubert
(iuuiher, who died la'L .Sunday, and to
nMtr.'thcm that their klndnenlll never
he fortfottcu. I.yiiia Of.vsiiKii.
A New firm.
Vcare glml to learn that I)r. U.
Ham uud .Icnnelle, DintNt., have en
tered Into p.'irliier.-lili hi their pinl'.T-inn.
and will hereafter "inll'' together. In tho
httslnt'ssof citrlii for the li.-eth ol our
people. Uoth p'litlemeii are well known
as "killful dentist?, and we take pleasure
In eomiuendliix the eoutolidatiou to nil
our reaib-m. Olllwnt Williams' old Mand.
Liberal Kcllgloiir. hall was welllfilled la.st
nl'ht with yoiui, old and middle ayeil
people, all of whom were entertained by
the .'irwintion in n way tliat eould not
fall to pleme tliein. The excellent Mrliiff
hand under thu leader.,hlji of J'nil. I-eti-Irer
was In attendance, ami at a few min
utes pat el'ht o'clock, dancing wa? com
menced with a cotillion, and continued
until half paM eleven, when the ocnble
.lames llrewMer, a nutleoiau who fol
low the riser for n livelihood, liccauic
Intoxicated Tue-day nlht and in hi
ramble about the streets eatnc in contact
with olllcer Urown, who, liaviny a fath
erly feeling for all youn and wayward
youth like .lames, took him under 'il"
protecting wlnjr and rave him a lod'ini'
place at .McCarthy' hotel until ye.-terday
afternoon, when he took him Ix'foie
.lude llird, wlio liuiil 111 in one dollar
and cot. which .lame found considera
ble trouble in Mrupln' together, blithe
lllially did gel it, ami then wn pcrniitted
to ) Id way In peace.
A I. Illli' Hon.
Wn learn ol n dllllculty which took
place yesterday morning between two
colored dailieli, named respectively.
Carrie .Moore and Hannah Reese. Han
nah jfot mad atCarrle Iwauv t'arrle hoi
rowed a 'inoothinjc iron from her. uud
after sh" had kept it lor several day, trot
It into her head that It brlon-jed to her.
When Carrie called upon her friend and
politely Informed her that she hail come
for her Iron, Hannah looked at her In
amazement, and asked her if lie meant to
lnult her. Cnrrlf-sald she hail coiue lor
herirou. Hatm-ih said she didn't .have
her Iron. Carrie politely fure Hannah
to undcritaml that he was a liar, where
upon the noble blood within Hannah'.
veins bean to "bile." Site made a break
for her iiiniilter, and In the lanuae of
the youn' men of the rlln generation,
"put a head on her."
For a month or two past there hni
'hii'ifn regularly organized band of loaf
er? and beggar hi thi city, who. In (he
day time, would go from door to door
nkiug for bread, money ami clothe,, and
when ulgiit came would all congregate at
the Cairo and Vlnceiiiies roiiud-hoiiH'.
which concern they would command, anil
do as they pleased generally. The baud
I said to have at lea.M forty members,
among whom are big. hearty, robust fel
low af all nations, and the tact of Ihcir
luking poi.eioii of tlie projierty ol tho
railroad and turning ii into lodging
hutictli not please the authorities of
that. corporation very much, and they ac
cordingly informed Sheritl' lnhi 'of tlie
fact, and requested him to adopt tome
plan by which tho thing could he brought
to a close. The fherill, knowing how to
work such little airairs a this, congre
gated together a .lumber of his deputies
and forthwith proceeded to make, a des
cent upon the unsuspecting gentlemen.
He succeeded In'fastening upon nbput.u
iIoami of litem.
Next Saturday night we arc to be, fn
vorcd with an entertainment In tlio shape
of Ilaverly's mlitrelD, wlilclf, If we may
judge front Uio pndse bestowed upon
theikperforinance by the various Jour
nals of the country, will be the greatest
treat ol that description that tlie people
of this place have been allowed" to wit
ness for year. Indeed, the reputation
given the llaverly troupe by the new-
papers,-stumps tliein llm kings ol min
strelsy. Tlie company Is composed ot
some of tlie shining lights of the profes
sion, among whom are George Wilson,
Will G. Harlow, K. M. Hall,
D. I Morris, and others.
Tho fpiartette. which Is pronounced
to be second to none now on tho Ameri
can stage, Is composed of the Welling
Hrolhers and .1. Ficclh. Thoina 11.
Dixon, who Is said to possess tho llnest
tenor volcu now upon the minstrel stage,
Is aUo with tho troupe. Primrose and
West, who jiro T(oted for their perfect im
itation of the plantation negro In songs
and ilancoH, are among tho attractions of
the troupe. Harlow personates the veil
trndilo; o!al;ey)to perfection. E. M. Null,
who occupies a prominent place in the
company, H pronounced by the jie of
Chloajro, K!W Orleans, -Memphli Pitts
hurj;h, Louisville and many other Inrgw
rltle?, to ho the Illicit performer on
the banjo In the country. Thin It may
ho seen that the llaer)y'.i are more llian
no ordinary minstrel troupe, and we
predict that those who fall to attend their
performance on .Saturday evening will
niln n great treat.
Otliallo. Tlirown upon Hip World
The Athcneitm was crowded to oor
llowlnglat night, with tt very fushtona
ble and attentive audience, eager to see
Mr. D. Hanchett In ,Shukespearc's sub
lime tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Ve
nice. There was no change in the posi
tions of the members of the company,
und the play was fully us well done as on
1U flrt prcsenlatlorlJi
"Thrown upon the World, or, the Dis
carded Wife," will be the attract Ion for
this evening. The play In every particu
lar is n very excellent one throughout,
and no one should fall to be pres
ent when it Is produced. As we have
stated before, the Athcuciiui has been
neatly relltted and painted recently, and
Is In a condition much belter suited to the
production of plays In a manner that will
pleuM'thau It has been for many year,
'i'h e role of Madelalne will be Inkeii by
Mis I'rlcu; Uertrnnd will In; done by
Mr. I'ojie, Remy by Hampton, Applona
by Mr. Voorhec, Dr. Harthele by An
derson, and .Miss Hanchett. Margiirite.
'Jo, everybody, and give them a rou-ing
houc, for they are dci-ervhig of your pa
tronage. The bcncllt people, feeling Hint Miss
Hanchett I-dc.erslng ol some demon
stration that will prove to her their ajs
preciatlou of her worth, both upon and
off tin stage, have concluded that the
lirojHT way for them to do, will In; lo
tender her a complimentary hcm-Ilt,
which will take place to-morrow evening.
The plays for this occasion will be "Iluf
falo Hill, or. the Trapper' lat shot."
and tin; very neat and amusing little farco
of "Gertrude." Mls Jlanchctt w ill, we
have no reavm to doubt. Ik; t In; recipieut
ofa most decidisl compliment, in the
form of an iumii'ii-eaudieuee.
To tho); who anticipate attending the
benefit, we would ay get your -oats
The .Iohnon County iVowiin man
wa hi town night Iicfore last.
Hon. Waton Webb I ab-cnt from
the city at present. He will return in a
Gillct's Baking Powder the best In
tie always reliable.
Dr. Williams and .lenelle. dohtit,
have, we learn, entered Into a partnership
in their profession.
Hii-ine In tho police court was dull
ycMcrday, there being nut one eae tried,
and that was an unimportant one.
The 1 Ugh School building was crowd
ed Tue'day evening to li-ten to Mrs.
The reading of "The WhUkers." by
Mi-s Katie Alvonl at the lecture Tuesday
night was excellent, and was heartily ap
Glllet's linking Powder for sale
The next lecture nt the Ilijili School
will take place two week from Tuesday
evening, and will be delivered by Mr. W.
Thi' play at the Atheneuin to-night
will be "Thrown on the World or the
DNcartk'd Wife." in which Mis Price
will appear as Madelalne.
The sidewalks in every part of the
city are in a very good condition, and
reilect credit upon .Superintendent Galli
gan. It is said tliat bets are being freely
offered at great odd in favor of Mr.
Henry Winter, for the mayoralty, v?lth
but few takers.
Call for tho best Glllet's Haking
Powder for it never di-appolnt the
Mr. and Mr.. Whltledge have re
turned to this city from their wedding
tour, und are stopping at tlie re-idence
of Mr. Fred Gilbert.
The plays ehoen forMi Hanchett'.
benefit, which will take place to-morrow
night, art! "Hull'.tlo Hill or the Trapper'.
last Shot." and "Gertrude."
Mr. l)avl, editor of the .Shu, thinks
that the meeting of tin creditors of tlie
Cairo it Vlncenties railroad, held at the
court hoit-e Tuesday morning, was a fail
ure. Mr. D. Axtell, superintendent of the
Cairo, Arkanas and Texas railroad com
pany, left yesterday ntternoou at half
pat two o'clock on the Illinois Central
train for St. I.oul.
A drunken man na ned Harris fell
from the sidewalk In the neighborhood of
the ' custom house last night and
knocked two of his teeth out. Getting
drunk Is a bad habit,
Plenty of ftiu for the boys tlie old
boys is looked for when all the candi
dates for tho mayoralty have announced
their unities, and electioneering begins In
Tlio otllce of State's Attorney tum
bled right into Mulkey's claws with
scarcely a struggle. The Hri.i.ETixand
everybody connected with It, me glad
The singing of Mrs. I.ansden, Mrs.
Halllday, and .MKsIInrrelumlMI Pitch-
er, at the High School building la-1 Tues
day night, was cry flue, and elicit
ed rounds of applause, from the audience,
The Rev. .Mr. Gilbert propo-es to
teaeli the young folks of thi city any
branch of study which they may desire,
for sixteen veok, for tho small sum of
eight dollars, In advance.
Tho small-pox, which has been rag
ing hi Clear Creek precinct, In this county
Is, we aro informed, rapidly dying out.
There were thirteen uorsons attacked In
that place in one week, three ol yiom
There arc about n million dogs, more
or less, In tho neighborhood of the court
house, that keep tho residents thereabouts
worked up to n high pitch with their
melodioti?. voices, ubout two o'clock in
J. H. Cunnlnghn ' .- dngn hack
between Cairo nnd Mound City during
the present term of the Pulaski county
circuit court, for tho uecoinniodatlou of
those ofoiir cltl.cns who may wlh tout
tend. An Irishman, who hud tilled hhne1f
up to tin' neck with Robinson county
whisky, and was unable to navigate, was
silting on the steps of Felth's eolllu shop
night before last singing, "I want to bean
angel and with the angels stand," etc.
fSiis Ilicin Is ever ready to receive
tils fi lends with the most cordial welcome
at his barber shop on Sixth street, be
tween Commercial avenue and Ohio
Levee. Ills Is the only real tlrt-class
barber shop In the city.
Drs. Payne and Clarke, who deliv
ered n course of lectures in thoAthenetim
In this city a few weeks ago, have gone
to Memphis, where they will lecture be
fore the people of that city.
To-morrow night Miss Julia Han
chett will receive it complimentary bene
lit. The people of Cairo are getting
benefit on the brain, but Miss Hanchett
Is a most deserving young lady and
should be greeted by a rousing house.
We learn" that hereafter St. Mary's
Inllrinary will not. receive any small-pox
patients, but that the city pet-houc,
situated in the extreme outskirts oftho
city, will be ucd for the reception
of those alllicted with the tlicae.
Hlggs, the passenger agent for the
Cairo, Arkana and Texas r.illroad com
pany nt tills point, informs us that there
was a man fatally injured on that road a
few days ago, by falling between two
cars while trying to couple them.
It liouhl not be forgotten that the
much talked of lecture of Dr. Parker will
take place at the Liberal Religious Hall.
The doctor ha taken for his subject
"I'lTi-ctual Prayer." He will no doubt
make a mo-t brilliant i,ort.
The Sim ay the Ri'llktin often
makes mistakes. True, Lafayette De
mosthenes, the llrtxr.Ti.vdoi! sometime
make ml-Uike. but it never He. It 1 a
strictly moral and religion organ, and
will stick to it or bust.
Mr. Louis Drlostmann has been
awarded the contract.for the construction
of a double cottage, to be erected on Nine
tecnth st root, between Commercial ave
nue ami Poplar street. Tlie collage will
le a frame, with brick foundation, and
will materially add to the appearance of
The question hits been asked several
time- within tlie past day or two: "Who
will bo the next county treasurer." The
Uat'ttc modestly remarks that then.'
1 a being at the head of that journal
who would, though blushlngly, accept
tlio position, If the commissioners see lit
to bestow it upon him.
Wi-have ju-t printed Invitation for
a wedding to take place Thursday even
ing. It Is ald that the wedding trousseau
lo be worn by the bride Is the most ele
gant outfit that ha come to
this city for year. The suit was made
In St. Louis, und co-t an enormous price.
The refreshment will be of the not de
licious and expensive klud.and will be pre
pared b a celebrated cook, who has been
transported from Chicago for tho occa
The undersigned will open In this city,
on the llrst day of March next, a l'arlth
ichool. While lie will ie to it bis per
sonal attention and clfjit. the discipline
and general icstimtlt n will be In full
charge ol Mr. V. A. Taylor.
The school will be opened, dally, with
religious services. Tho religion Instruc
tion will, at all time, be based upon the
teaching of the Vrote-tant i:pleopa!
Tho course of ttudy will embrace all tlie
common KnglMi studies, the higher iimthc
mallet, the natural scltmct, and a!o Latin
The piins of tuition, for the term of
sixteen weeks, will be only eight dollars,
I'avaiii.e in ahvanck. There will ho no
extra vharsesfor any study, unless Gctuiau
should be required,
As tint Is a private, school, application
foraduibsiou must be nude cither to Mrs.
Taylor or to the Hector.
The Hector reserves to lilmsef, atiil hereby
makes this a condition ot uttand inco ut the
ForMi school; that any pupil who refuses to
submit to the dtclpliiic of tlio school,
may lie expo, led, If, In the Judgment of tho
He. tor, this t deemed lie St.
cirAiti.i:s A (iiutmtr,
Rector CLuicli of the Redeemer.
A good horse, top buggy, harness, sad
dle, and bridle, on rcaMUiabietenn. Kn
quire of Du. H. Waiiini:u.
2-1 1-2 w.
The host for grate-, steam or black
siulthlng. Xew llaKei-.v.
H. .Schmetzstorlt' announces to hi friend
ntnl former patron tint ho has opened the
OHLTA 1IAKBHY, corner of Nlneleenlli
and Poplar Mracts, where he will be pleas'd
to prcet them again, and assures them th it
ho can furnish tho hcMof Iresh bread, rolls,
etc. Gr.M INK RVK HltKili will bo made a
specialty. Tiy hlmngjln. lVM'Mm
George Lvttner corner of Fourteenth ami
iVuhltigtoii avenue, will furnUh hu ealter,
.,rv .1 iv in his natron a No. 1 lunch, be
tween (he hours of ten and twelve o'clock. J
r'rcdi Milwaukee beer and fragrant Havana
jigars to bo had at his I ir at all time.
liny PARADISE COAL.
AFfiiK February Ut, $1,000 reward will
he plved for lltty good paying day bourihrs
it the Delmonlco Hotel fl a week.
To keen neace In tho taiullv. buy ft
Ciiartcr Oak Coal Cooking Stove, with a
-mall quantity ot Paradise coal, and you
will always be happy. All tlie ditlercut
patterns both wood nud coal for sale at
"rock bottom" figures, by 0. W. Hend
erson, corner Twelfth street and Com
mercial avenue. 2-KMin.
(looi sluulo room on tlio upjior floor at
the Saint Charles can bo had, with board,
st the very low rate of $30 per month
-L PARADISE COAL.
Arrxn Febrtury 1st, SI,00O reward will
be dlven for fifty good paying day boarders
nt tho Delmonlro Hotel ?1 n week.
Those Using base-burner stoves have
found Just what thev want In PARA
Try PARADISE COAl, forcooklng.
Glllet's Flavoring Extracts the best
In use. and for sale by nearly every gro
cer. At-TTit Febrtury 1st, H,0W reward will
be gUcn lor lltty good paying day boarders
at tho Delmonlro Hotel ?l per week.
All that have tried PARADISE
COAL will use no other.
Joe RoLekcr Is now In full control of
the Washington hvkcry, and having learn
ed the wants of tho public, Is prepared to
supply on call all demands for French loaf,
llo.ton, Drown and Graham bread, and
every thing clo ordinarily found In a llrst
classbak ry. Ho maintains a full stock of
confectioneries, and can, as well ns an
other denier In the city, hll nil orders In
Hint Hue, Cakes baked, lrolcd or orna
mented on short notire, Spculu (attention
given to the orders of wedding or picnic
-Order PARADISE COAL from any
N'ewiy-attcd, finely furnished barber
shop by Gcorgo Mclnhouse, corner Com
mercial avenue and Klglith street. Yar
ol practice have given him a light hand
that mikes a smooth sbavo delightful. All
who try him one will call again. All the
htu dally pipers are kept on bis table for
the none lit of bis coMomcrf, and tlicro I
no tedious waiting for turns. If
Try PARADISE COAL, the cheap-c-t
Table and Pocket Cutlery, anil In fact
anything in tlie Hardware line itch as
Lock, Hinges, Flics, Nail, Pistols, Cap
and Cartridges can be had cheaper than
the chcaiM'st by calling ut tny -tore, cor
ner Twelfth and Washington avenue.
2-10-lin c. W. Hi'.xuk.iiso.v.
(Ins mid Stenill rmltli;.
Charles II. Newland Is prepared lo do all
Winds of ga and steam titling, repairing
pump, drhinx wells, b II lisngln, etc.,
Shop on Commercial Avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth street. lSI-t-21-tw.
Wn nt cil.
A useful woman (married preferred) for
two or threa weeks, A'-o a girl, about
f urteen or tilleen. permanently. Apply ut
Dr. Wardner's Cottage, be wi en Nineteenth
and Twentieth ilreet, Washington ae
Theattcntlunofthc public Is called to the
f i t that the Olty Council, by ordinance,
have directed tlie Collector to receive only
in payment of tlio city portion of the taxes,
I ga currency of His United States. City
warrants will therefore no longer be re
ceived lor nny portion ol such taxes. Hy
the provision of Section 1.17. chapter 120,
Hunt's revision, the Collector Is ieiiiircd
to collect and return all personal taxes by
the 10th of March next. This provision
will bo vigorously enforced, and tax payers
will take due notice of the 1 ict.
Ai.ex. II. Iuvts,
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE,
I loppy Itellef for Valine .St on iri.m thu
effects of Errors and Abuses In early life Man
hood ivatnreil ImimUinents to Mairlage re
movisl New mt'hod of tieatinent New and
remarkable remedies Hooks ami circulars sent
fii-o, In sisdeil envelojies Addiesi, HOWAItf)
AS-OtlATION, HUN. Ninth street, Philadel
phia, l'a , nn Institution having a hbili reputa
tion for honorable conduct nud iirufissioii.il
Steamer Ja. Fisk, Padueah.
" John Means & barges, X. 0.
City of Vlcksburg, Vlckburg.
Steamer Jas. Fisk, Padueah.
John Mean, Cincinnati.
" City of Helena, Viek-burg.
" Hurksvllle, Xashvillc.
ltlVKIl WlMTlll'.lt, AND UFStXl'.S.
The Oldo river fell nine Inches, and
was still going down at dark.
Tlie weather yesterday was cold, tlie
sun being obctired by clouds the greater
part of the day, and u cold north wind
Business is looking up a little.
V.vulJ.i,AiiTMr.NTl tnvcii Iti.rour,
February 17, IsTS.
t. Lulls ...
Corrected Dally by Ii M Stearns, commission
meri'iianr, sccrciar 01 nic niro noani 01
Flour, aMiillng to gruilc
Corn, mtxtil, sackeil
Corn, white, racked
$1 ( X lQ oC
. . . C'3"liO
...10 Oil, M.1 (SI
i - W4iZ
.... J OO'. 'J TJ
.. . UalTo
until, per ion
Meal, steam tilled
Nutter, choice Northern roll
ltnllMr. i-tmlf.. Sunt hei n llllnnll..
Eggs, per dueiiu
Chickens', per dozen!. -
llirKCS, l IT WliCII
Appl", choice, icr barrel
..pines, coiuiiioii, per iuiii i
I..,ntid i. lHirn.1
Dillons, per battel
Nuckw lieut tlollf
Chccrc, cr pound
'lly vlrtuoof nn Eieculloii to me dliTftid by
.iJlhe Cleik of the Circuit Court of Alexander
I nuntv, In the lnt of Illinois, in favor of Al
fred N'. .sall'old, uasigiifu of Aloxandcr 11 Irvill
nmt iiET'ilii't Jolni It. llrown. (have levied up
on the follow hut described propirty, In tlie
Collins of AlcMiuiUrund statu oi Illinois, to
wit: All the right .tllloaudlntcict nlVlhl.Min
II llrovvn, In uud to the Noitlivvest iiiurlcrof
the isoumwesi riu.ineroi ,ei;iion iiiinyone i.iij,
In Township lltlet-ii (1,1) South, and ill liaiigo
one (I) west of the third 1' M ,ulo liloc k num
bercdonc (I), two ('), llllec (U). four (I) live
(A) , ttlx (ii) .seven (7) uii'lclxlit (s) lu the town of
Unity In mild county and Mate, ns the inoiR'tty
of kuldJohii 11 Urown, which 1 slulf oiler ut
I'ublii) ale at the Koulli-vveat dour of the Court
Hume, In the City of Cairo, in tlie County ol'
Alexander und Mate of Illinois on the fourth
(llh) day of March, A, 11 , 1S7.1, ut tlie hour of
eleven o'clock. A, M., for cash, to satisfy said
Execution, AI.KX. II lltVIN,
hheiiflf of Alexander Comity, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills,, February Stli, 1S75,
Owlnic to protracted lit health ami coniequfnt
Inability to tlerote the attention to my real etate
bulnr. necesury to the Ulthlul protection of
the Intercut or my numerous patrom, 1 nnre
thi day transferred salil bunlnen, to .MeiftM ,1.
O. Lynch and .M .1 llowley, in the belief Hint
the Intircst of my patrons will he entirely sarc
In their hand Thoe gentlemen need no com
mendation from me, m their character for
promptitude and Integrity arc well known,
und theoillrlal o)ltlon ofliothof thi in for yenra
pat In connection with real estate matter., tuxei,
assessment and tide, Is a sutlldeiit frunmntv or
the safely of all renl estate Interests committed
to them. I therefore, without hesitation, nk
my juitrons to continue their bunltiess In the
luimfs of Messrs Lynch A llowley l will
ettle up Die accounts or the old Arm
Cnlro, III , February 15, 1ST!
The umleMlgued hate this day associated
thrmtelve In iwrtnerahip for the purpose or
earrylinr on the real estate liutlneii, succeeding
Mr C. W'lnHon, vv ho retires I mm the business.
1'rom Mr Winston's patrons we would tmct
lully solicit h continuation of their business,
find fiom the public generally any business in
our Hue We pledse ounelves to faithfully nt
tend to any busluesi that may be Intrusted to u.
... I.Y.SlII AllOWI.LY.
t alro, HI., Keb. 11, IsTi. G0-i-16-tf
"Vfotlc Is hereby Rlten that the tax books for
X the SeiirlsTlhaTebeenplicedlnmytmiids,
und that I Wi ll be at the following named place
at the time below set lortli, for the purponeof
collecting the tne of nid Jenr
C'lenr Lrvek I'iceinct, Cully A MarrhiMon'
store, February W, IsTS.
Hear Lnsk Precinct, It. A. l:dmunon's
stote, Kehrunry 'il, IsT,1!.
Ihebi'H l'rit-lnct, ,1. 11. Itolwlnr's store, Feb
Santo I'e I'leciuet, Win. Ireland' store, Feb
ni iry Ist.'i.
lloo-e Island Pirclnct, O. (innile'ti store,
Fi bruary mi, Istj
Dog'lootli I'm'inct, N. Iliuiarler's hoii-e,
Unity 1'ic-ilnct, llolgn . Athertou's ston-,
tarch I, 17...
HarlewoiMl l'ivclnrt,(,'eorge tV fhort's store,
M ircli'2, Is",.
Ilrln your last ycur'n ln rm-lptu, as It it un
safe to tnit to the tax book alone for lUsrrhi
tionn of land
t.vliio, III , .lanuarst), 1ST.V
' AI.KX II HtVIS,
).M-l-ll-Wld llistrlct Loltwlur
Ilavbu purchased the iiitlle fuiiiilille und
taken il liue oil this ni.iioilllieut hotel. 1 have
ailiultteil .Mr S.iniuelM. I inner, furini rly of
liicoiii i reniont iioii't' aim lateor the I'aliner
llon-e, Uilciuro, and Mr I'jlirtl liaklll, for
merly oflhe Itctere llnll-c, llii-tnn, to nil Inter-e-t
In the business, which will lie i-uiiiliirtiil un
der the name of .IUIIN II llltAKL A I i.
l.ovtra one entile block, having u I'lonlngc south
and east of over .'so lo t. I admirably located
for thecominlinrcof inii'stsilsthorijiij.'hly built
in the U-t inioitier, vi Ith all modern Improve
ments Fvei v flour from basement to roof, e.i-clo-es
a foiir-inrh lajer of icimut, which with
other naloniard, render It pnictieidly II re
proof. I ho wiitlliiilou s pirfict, uud
the whole Is being refilled with the uddltlon or
new and elegant rurnlture as rcipilrcd
Hie serslci', table uud other iiccniumoilatlon
Is'lnit tin- same to all Kue.-ts, n 111 U- iiuilnbiiiusl
fully up to the hl(.-h standard of tlulr piiih-ces-soi,
und uU:il to uuy hoiire ill thl oruny other
country, lint the proprietors have divided lo
Iiieettliejuslexprctalioiisiif the imbllu ill tlie.i
time ot fliuncial diMiiesslou 1 Knidil'iling
prices nt fr-ni l w to ! .Viper day, ucoinlbig
to the local ion of the looms ciipusl.
SI-.-lt-3t JOHN H IlKAKi:.
City National Bank
TV V HALl.Il) AY, l'le.li'.ent
HLMtY L IIAI.I.IHAY. Vice Fleet.
A 11 S.UTHItl), t);isliler.
W AI.lLlt HYsLOl'. As,'t Cnhir.
S. Staats Tavioii, It II Cl'VNI.VOIIAM,
II I. II ALI.IIIAV, W I HvlXlllAY,
U. 1 Williamson, .Stkiiikn Hum,
A. It Saiioiiii
Excbanco. Coin and United States
El'OSITS recelvcl and a general luuiklng
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1S00.
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A 11 SAFFOltl), President.
S b TAYl.Olt, V ice President
W. HYSl.ul', Sec'yiiii'l.i.nsincr
I'. M lUUCLAT, 1'IIAS RAI.milHK,
K Jl Sroch-rLUTll, I'.vn. (!. hciii u,
It II Ccnm.suiiavi, II I. Hai.i.iiiav,
.1 M 1'mi.i.ie.
INTKItEs'l'iiaidontlepo-lts nt the rate of sIj.
ierccut per nullum, Muichlstaud s'tpteni
Per 1st Inn ir.it not vv itluliiivv u Is mblcd iiunie
dlately lo the principal of the deposit, thcrch
giving lluiu cj'iin'ounU iuteivet
MAKuiED WOMEN AND CHILDBEN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DBAW IT.
0wn evury biisluiKsilay tVoni Oa m to ftp in
nnd featurduy eveulngs for tavlugsiboslt- onl
front ikto tffl.'clocl;
-' ' ' W. nYST.OP, Tveaouror.
rilHEIli; ts more rfni m the
.L Cliromo l'LL'CK tliuu uny
iialntid or liriutcd story that has
keen kIviu l the public for ir.
Never bd'oie has tieen acconUsI to
any nictate or net of pictures, the
iioHidaritv these Chromos liave
ntlaliuil. Size, lx by tvvenlyr.
two mches I'rlee, ten itoitarg
UdreiiS onleis ti(
J I NYDEl!,
THE MASON it HAMLIN
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, f liliilllil U lliilliil. HI ,i,u,,a, inwi .,
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thuliest cabinet orgiiim la the world, lucludlngi
lien- styles with recent Improvi mints not only
exclusiscly forisish, a folio. lly, but also on
new plans of euy paynivuls, the most favorable
cir oiuieii iirKuos ii-iuisi in, u,o i
pmvlia-c, lo iiiiiiosi uuy pari in nic eouiury,
v-iesl n iimiml Si'l IS) r llioi mils
llliistnitcil catalogues nnd clivulsrs. villi full
iaitlcilliiis, sent live on reiiesi .uuirsa
MASON & HAMLIN OBQAN CO.,
Ilpston, New Yolk or Chicuzo
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uisTTk w, nUlTWUs Uil, ii-ilJ tut fuu.
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Leading Journal of Southern
5 5 tS o it- 2
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ot the
Republican party, and rcfuso to bo tram
melled by the dictation of any clique In the
It believes tliat the Republican party has
fultllled Its mhslon, ami that the Demo
cratic party as nuw organized should bore
stored to power.
It believes tho Radical tyranny tiiat lias
fer several years oppressed the South
should be overthrown and the people of the
Southern States permitted to control their
It believes that railroad corporations
should bo prohibited by legis'atlvc enact-
in nts from extorting and unjustly discrim
inating In their business transactions with
It recognizes the equality of all men be
fore the law.
It advocates Iree commerce tariff for
'It adroeites resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest piyment oftho public
H advocates economy in the administra
tion of public affairs.
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