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SEOHET SOCIETIES
AM W.OX I.OIXil;, .NO. 61.
KiiIkIiIs of F)lhlss, iniitscinry Fri
day tilirjit jil Imlf-imt snen, I it Odd
Flll.JHn' I lull I K M.aik,
I hsii(cllorCumiiintidr.
vi ,.. AI.i:.anii:u i.oikii:, so w .
iyWtesit. IndeMiidciit Order of Odd-fi-l-v'V?"
Iv, iniet. eury 'lliursdsy nljtlit
friti ni lnlr iiattsewn, In l!n-lr hull ui
(onilinTrl.il n i-lille, tlwn-n .-ilxtti iiikI S--ntli
Mli-clt .I11UN II liotSHA!), N ti.
riAiuo i'.NCAMr.Mi:NT, i . o. r..iuH-N
Win Odd-Fellows' Hull on tin- lltstmid thltd
IihviIii) In i ury imiiiiIIi, Ml lialf-iuri ')i-n
t K M.ALK, t' I'.
i;Aiitoi.oii(iK. no w.A.r. iajsi
llnlil rKilnr roinmunlmtloin In Ma
sonic, Hill, corner ( oiiimi-ic-hd mcnuc
nml F.ixhth rtirct, mi Hie second nnd
fourth Monday of ouch mouth
NEW ADVEItTISEMKNTS.
ATHENEUM.
D HANCIIETr Mnnaitor.
Last Uhl of Hi- Funny II Filee combination.
Bone.1t of Mln Julia Hanchett.
I'rliliiy IJxciilnir, I'llinmi.v III. IS7o,
XV 111 be- produced Hi' Ihtllllnx I'lnlii In four
OCt-, llllllllll
BUFFALO BILL.
MISF.II MIA.
II It kl.lK
Ml Fansv II. I'liirn.
Mki .Ii i.i a Ham iu.tr
'll.t-p.rfniiiMnci-to roticlud llli tliriuiilnic
f.irn- of
i:iti iiiin:.
c.UUI tll'im Mi.Iima llAMiir.rr.
Admls-lon ... .
. no nml 7.1 cculs.
' 1-llrttTinl Snli ran lie stviliedsl I Ian.
I i..i tm-iii 'k tji I-. a-a-tr
ATHKNI2UM-ONK NIOHT ONLY
Saturday, February 20, 1875.
HAVERLY'S
MINSTREL
Complete In all Dopartmonts.
..i.i ( is-i. -i lie
Latest Ethiopian Nov
elties of the Day.
I. 'i.rll.) III.' f"ll . Inir xrti'ls Kilo's! name
,..t- :i (in irunt.t- -if it- lAicllcnce
V I French. D L. Morria, Geo Wilson.
Mlit U Harlow, I'rliiironu und Wont
Celebrated California Quartotto
Welllnw Broil nn'! J W Freoth, anil
TI104 I). Dixon, tho wonderful Timor
W. W. Barbour's Orchestra.
Iti-scrx oil scots ill I il.iss In ml t mice,
Uisal Scale of Fricei.
LOCAL NOTICES.
ntii p or iii inm ni.
I' ll ling the prrsci t tnre room too small
f r our giovxliig biil-lms,, I w 11, In, the
I i't.-r pt t of February, rctnoxe to llie !
ilo.ii build ni,- lo: lit rly truiplcd liy Elliott
St iliythorn, where, with llio Incrci-i'd Ij-
I. lies, 1 will kc p u larger stock ol Hoot
j! ! Mines thui i er-bu!orc. Ill the moan-
me, lo nAutd the cxpenru of moving and
io prepare for 'pring trade, I will offer my
u lre stock of winter good m actual
usr T.ii U nufelKiiM. ami greul bar
ja.ns u r oiirl to the fortuiiAb
A. Itf.JkCk,
l'li-l-SO-U City skoe Store.
I'l-oii .supply .
Mr. ViMftgenM ha Just reci-lxcd anil
,i n MieMi ill ii mIvi ttioiii n largis stock
I Jlngli-h nlc ort-r, J 1 1-1 in -j I'I hihIj
iiu nliimi, nml liMor of nil kiml', wlili Ii
i. Mill iliitoM ol hi rtuMin.ililn rirr.
i0-y-2.vtr.
A J n:u IVlmwiy M, jl.OK) rowanl will
f i;Uei. 'or 111 y k nl paying il.iy lioirJorn
it I'll- Del llliii Hot;' ft u week.
1'nnnllsi- eiml.
I V .- from .ti 1 1 ill nt ami other Iiiijuirltics,
An Kit Kuiiriiiry lt, $,')tK) rewanl wl 1
lie (,'ivt'n lor 1111) g o.l pavlni; day lioinlcth
it die Do'liinulio lintel tl a week.
LampilLampi! Lumpt!
l'or the million, and tin In-i-i :niilt' of
t'oal Oil, to.lw lim 1 of C. W. Hi-ndcr-un,
ronit-r Twelfth elteut mid eonum-rela!
UVl'llllf. J-IO-litt.
M'lllllt'il.
I lity to afVnt).ilw! l 'll iri per moii'h.
Airoiiln w.into'l ovurynliiTii. Toiio'in, In.
In . tilt, tc, "(!. No rnpltd or nul
la) ri'ipili t d. htinl -1 cent- l-r pontisf mi
ni'ttlt, to 1. U. Wntx'iiv i.v,
II tt in Station, l.'iilnii County, Ohio.
llliiioK Iron nml I'onl ('oiii)itiii.v.
1-" M. Waul , asi lit lit Cairo fur lliu iilioic
V iiniiuiiy, It fiii ii flilnj; oal I tli licit
iii.itiy I'r.'in their iiiIii.-m at I'aum't Matlon
at - In il rois't" ll.'iiros I licir nut anil lump
i o il ruin t u l c.it i n dy iiny mine out l.
01 I'ctjhan'a. Hint will liu lit n "Iti'd to t it
lL'iisint in lia1ft"iior car-lnul lit- nn
liuit nolico, aiiiltttl. faction lutiiicil. 'J.io i;t
M'liiti-r'M llnlli-ry.
Open I'rltlays and Saturday- um.y.
HH-l-UMi;
'It'll 1 1 1 11 -.. 1 III lilllllllU'HS.
I, .mlloiil' ol liiitt-1- ami lioarilln ijoiim-n
will 11 ni It tn tlulr iitltni t-i't! toe.ill upon
Mm C 'Ionian, No a Fourth i-trcet, lie
tweca IV (.liliig'on and Cniiiuu-rclal nun-u-s,
una atvuitaiii hcrlctint ni' iluiti' lioii-l
ami boa ding liotuc wtttlic hy thu wcok
Her wlioli't.alii prlici aro cxtrcuiciy
low, l'or pleci) work pricey jtru
at lollnwt: hliiKlo i-lilit nml Tol
lar, 10c; per iloxcu T.'ic; t.ockt Tie; two col
lart., fic; two hniiilkrrclilelii, rc; vcbth 'JOcj
nml a 1 (,'entluiiicn'H wear, 7Sc. jut
ilocn. Ladle' Urcoy, i!."! to fiOi ;
Kkirtt 1) to '10c; drawori 10 to 15c; two
pair huso lie; two collars S to ife. Kor la
dies' plain clotlicH $1 (id nor dozen; lor la-
licit line clothes, n 25 per doen; done
droinptl), ami promptly delivered, I'a
trnniiKO (tolieit fil .
aVMO-lni.
To AKu-civalc l.VNicitln,
liitroducoJAleoliol into tliu htomneli, and
llieieliy rob tlio illtlvu fluid ol itn solvent
pnwcl', H ituratua pices ol lucid and moat
Willi tfaMrlo juice, ami It will dissolve,
Tlds is iligettinn, Add lo Mich a iiil.sturn
a llttlo alcoliol, mid it will not di solve,
TliMlliittHtrf) IndlKesllon. Pnwaro, tlion,
yn dyi-peptlci., of tinitui-s, inlutionsor do
eocMons coulnlnlntf splrlluous llinmrs,
Hhun all such rum 'touliw," and rely nilely
on nr. Walko '- VliiPf Hlltoi, tlie lltiebt
horlml Itivlorant Uiiovmi, mid free from tliu
ilery curso of Alcohol. MO-d-w-liu.
CITY NEWS.
I'ltlDAV, KKIlilUAltV 111, 1875.
,v.mh!.v(i:jii:mn,
l or Mil) or.
i:iiMnii Sl'V Finite nmi'iiiiKi- .IOIIN II
I'll 1 1,1, IM nn a emi'll'luu- fur Mm) or of iiiiroi t
ini'iiiMunx iiiiiniciKii iircii'iii
..lunnnry il, IxT.i. iUsr ( irius
I'll mil Nit Colli,
'I'lii! lit'.'t lit llio .Slain lor cooking,
'i-ali'x, stow or Mi shm,
'ooIiIiik .Sloti-i.
Toki i p ix-.tce In tin- luiiilly, buy it
CIihtIit Oak (,'oal (.'ookln Slovi-. with n
email ojiaiitlty of I'ar.itllti; i;oal, it 1st I you
will itlwayi lit-liaiiy. All the illllcrciil
inilli'int Ixilli wood ami t'o.il lor-aleat
"rock Imttoin" iliiri'i', ly (,'. V. Ilriul.
itoii, ruriHT Twi'lllli strctt nml Coin
nu'rulal avciiiif. 'J-IO-liii.
KnittiitH or i' iiiint
Tln-ri' will In1 a ri'jjulnr niuvi'ii
lion of Awalon I.imIo Xo. SI.
KnljrlitM of I'.vililai.licltlatlliclr
Cii'lli' Hall lliU (I'rltlay) ovi'iiliu,'
o'cloi'k. Work in tin; ICnlflit
liaiik ami Drill. A full attimlaii:u l il.'-
ulrtHi. Vltliliij: Kiillitu are conllally In
vllwl to In- prt'M'iit.
Wn.i, K, IIawkin., K. 1!. is.
Coll ol' Honor.
Tln follow in'-i iiiiil lii I'ootu N'o. I,
Tlilrlifiith xtri'i-t si:liool, an- I'lilltlrd lo
have llitlr ti:un-- upon the I toll of Honor
for llic wifk iMiiliii": l-Ybriiary I'Jtli, 1S76:
Mnnil liilti'iilioti-u', iliilla O'HIiea,
lli' Al'li'ii, Heltli' Korsincvfrr,
i:i!.i Toriiici.', Ti'iilo Wooilwanl. i
S-ioin I'rick. KttH Victor,
I. ilh .Moil trat, lli llc l.'cilinmi.
Lilly -Vart n. IMilIt; 'l'aylor,
Willi!: Wallar.
Till-I'nlro .1 St. I. milt Itnllwiiy.
It is rumored that the lahotcrs who
wen' at work on III'1 Cairo & til. I.uiils
railroad, when, within ahout two uill-
of .lonohorn, tlin-w down their toul- ami
dct'lared their Intention to stop work
rijflit where they were, iinliau they were
paid what w:i coining to them forthwith.
This i-t'ito of ulfalrs was broii-flit aliout
by theatenceof the contractor, .Mr. riem
Ui, which has not been explained,
but In n few days. Int fartlit-t the truth
a- lo whether Mr. l"Jeliilnj,' Iih- leil with
the Intention of ri-iualulii;;, or whether
hl-ab-encu is only teinporay.wHl In- de
veloMi. An Arroltnt.
Twocoloreil turn, who wMied to have
iiKooil time, jot on a "hlh daddy" ye
lerilny iiiiiiiilii, and alter WMiiderhij;
about for awhile, found tlieins.'lvei on the
hluh -Idewalk. on Walnut street, ju-t
above the African .Meiliodi-t ehitrch.
They were not a little drunk, but were
Just f.ireiiouoh lit the bnee to think
tlwt they eould .iceoinpllth any feat
which they might undertake. Onu of them
propo-wl to l t his friend a dollar, and
let Id it hold the stake., tliathe could walk
the milium of the -ddi-walk, which the
oilier liiiiin.illntely took. When the
inoney win up. the lellmv mounteil the
railing and, .stwidyln lilmelf, larted to
jk-rforin the feat. He walked two or
three tcp, when he Ix.-cauie orerbal
niH'iil and fell to the ground a di-l.mee
of over eljht feet, liylltlli on hN back.
For Mime minute- lie lay perfectly ipiiet,
and then with an I'ilortaiid tliea--lttauce
of his friend, he retfidned hi- feet, and
when aktil by hi- companion whether
he wanted another trial, replied that he
lielieved lie would Mioiirr -aeritlce the
dollar Ihau make a hero of hliu-elf bv
breaking Ids neck.
ATHENEUM.
Throw ii iiiiiiii I lie World" nml -'Iiir-uer.v
' tliss II iiirlieltN llenn lit.
Sine the lir.-t apiearancc of the Fanny
II. I'ricc coiubination, during their pres
ent vl-lt lo thi- cily, the audiences have
been lar'e anilappreclatlve,iiotwllh-tand-ln'
there has, during that time, been a
number of home entertainments, lu which
the citl.cns took il 're.it deal of interest,
mil wlileli. of eoure had a tcuduiicy to
detract from the welfare of the company.
I.nt niirlit was no excptlon to the gen
eral order of thili-, the liotl-c beluo; well
lilled lo w ltue- the play ol "Thrown upon
the World, or, The Discarded Wile,"
which was very excellentlv rendered.
M !. Price, as Miideliiimi was siilendiil.
ami I 'open- llertt-.ind, llainpt naslteiny.
oorheesa- Apjiloua. Anderson a Dr.
Uarthele and Mi-s llanehett a .Mnrtirite
were all very ffood. The balance of the
characters were all well Mi-talned by
otlier members of the company.
I lie laice oi "Margery" was then per
formed, with Miss Hjiiehctt lu the title
role Tom Hampton done Coil-lit doe.
This piece iilti wa-jroue tliroiijjh with to
Ihe fratiafaetloii of tlie spectators, who
seemed to enjoy It hugely.
The company will wind up tliolr en
gagement at the Atheiieumto.ilght,wlth
a complimentary heucllt, bestowed upon
Ml-- Julia llmichctt by her admirers, of
whom -ho has many hi this place. The
programme for the event is a very at
tractive one, ami should, as It certainly
will, draw an Immense house. Thu main
play Is "llulliilo Illll, or, 1 ho Trapper's
Last Shot." 'Ourtriulo" will bu pre
sented for the afterpiece, with .Miss Han
chett lu the character of "(lertntde." In
"llulliilo Hill," MW.S Price will piny Min
nehaha, the heroine of the testimonial ap
pearing as Ho-alle. Pope will do the
character of Htlll'alo Hill; Johiiathau
Morntou will be taken care ol by Voor
hees, Lovell will do Colonel Hardy ;
Wild Will will be enacted by Anderson,
while Hampton does Patrick Itykui. The
players are no doubt put lu posltlousbest
suited lo thrm, and when we aro a-sitrcd
ol till, diet, as it matter ol enur.se we
may look for an excellent entertainment.
smut iiiiii'ies.
(load hIiikIh rooms on tliu upper floor nt
tho Saint Charles, can ho had, with board,
it tlio very low rate of ;9 per month
it 7:30
t'oniplliiii'iiliirj' lleiielll l .11 1 m Hun.
rliell,.
O.uiio, III., February I7lh, 1875.
Mitt tlff.iA II , nci i kit AppreelalhiK
your merits us an actress and lady, nml
rejfi'ctlln;.' the fact that the eni'ngein-nt
of the KiKitl I'diiipaiiy of which you are
n member, Ii ,o nearly clofcd, be- to
tender you a cotiipllincnlary benelll 1m'
foreyour ileparluru; believing that the
attendance will he Inrie, ami n marked
evidence of the li'gh esteem In wliich
.Mill are held. We should be pleaded lo
liavea faonible repoiite nautili"; the
lime most convenient for its acceptance.
W. II. Mortis. .lohnC. Crane,
A. II. Hallord. .lolin S. AIthorpc,
W. A. Drip", .lolin . Stewart,
H.Meyers, It. II. Cunningham,
John Anlilni, II. Woodwunl.
.1. F. Van Doren, .1. Wallers,
T. Ii. Sullivan, W. K, (.Iholsou,
John Taber, 0, F. liobbin,
.lewett Wilcox, "P. H.Saiip.
Caiimi lu.., Feb. 18. 1875.
Tii.Mom-'. W. II Morris. A. II .-iiiTml, W.
A. Ilript, II. Muyers, nml otluri
(Jr.Nri.i'.MK.v Viiur eoniplliiientary
note of the ISth lust., this momeiit ri
eelvtiJ. While fully apprielatin jour
klmhiess, I Imt leave to inline Friday
evening, Feb. lUlh.
Very i!c-pcetfiilly,
.lii.it. llA.sciiirrr.
(ictiernl Iteiiit. 4
The Ohio Jflvcr Ml lourand one Half i
Indies yesterday. '
County com t yii In --ioii atUie
court llllll-e
Mr. -'"-'I'lii eter". of Thebes wn In
low,, t'fUTday.
'he bu-liie-s in the pollceeourt wi,
ri usual, very dull yesterday.
Dog-kllling time will soon be at
.land.
The next regular meeting of I he city
council will tal..' place .... thu ,,'Coml dm-
'tfO''wli:'
The Price lnupe leave on the steam
er Jim i'i-k tor Paducah to-ulght at
twelve o'clock.
Miss Julia Hancliett will be there
clpient of a cuiiplcineutary testimonial,
lo take place at the Atlieneiuu lo-nlht.
The play- to-nlsht MI-s lliinchelt'
bciietlt wll'l w'IlutUdo Illll. or The
TrapH:r's Last Slft't." ami "Gertrude."
There will lie ;Pnumber of new ami
hand'onie dwelliiig,'i')ii-e-' built during
the present sprlny, in thi- city.
'1 lie Panic Club are talking of giving
a party immediately idler Lent, which
will, it It come.'! oil', be a big allair.
-The steamer Idlewihl left F.vantvllle
on the 17th for Cairo, but had to turn
hack at Henderson on account of lintvy
Ice.
Klllott .V Haythorn's old stand, on
Commercial avenue, i- licing very n-atly
titled up. It will be occupied by lilac!.,
the boot and shoe man.
(Je to the complimentary beiielit of
Ml-s Hanchett to-night, nnd . that
young lady In her favorite character of
(iertrilde.
That new hoiieof Mr. 15. F. Parker'",
now being erected on Thirteenth street, Is
on :t stand still, but will, we are told, be
tiul-hed In due time.
The iinall-pox. we are happy to say.
Inn about di-apH'iired front among the
l-oj.Ieof this city, for which they arc
very thankful.
The Methodits are getting things In
shape to give ihelr concert. .-aid
that twenty ladies anil gentlemen will
take part in tin- exerci-e, and that it will
be a brilliant all air.
--Voting Hardy, the boy who had the
hair all jK-aled oil' hi- Intnl. by falling
from a wagon a few days ago, near the
Xew Vork Store. Is getting on very well.
Mr. llylaud. the gentleman who fell
on the sidewalk on Twentieth street a
week or two ago and broke Ids leg, U,
we are Informed, recovering very rai
itlly.
The public schools of this city, ow
iur to tlie breaking out ol sinall-iiox in
tlie Convent, are now largely attended,
a large number of the Convent scholars
having gone into them.
Mr. J. It. Cunningham took a load of
our citizens. Including one or two of our
prominent lawyers, to Mound City ye'
leiday evening, to attend Pulaski county
circuit court.
llavrrly's min-trels will draw the
lirgest audience that has been in the
Atlieiieuin for many a day. Tho-e who
wl-h to get -eats, had better secure them
a- oon as po-slble.
We hear that a collide of prominent
-port ot thit city have made arrange
ments for it horse race to come oil' at this
place some time within tliu next two
weeks.
The colored soldiers who nre entitled
to the back bounty allowed them, by an
act ol'Congre.s, March II, 1S7J. are happy.
The di-liiir-lug olllcer is lu town, and is
(pmrtered at the custom house.
The Funny H. Price coinblua ion
leaves to-morrow for Paducah, where they
arc to till a short engagement. The peo
ple nl Paducah should patronize tliem
well, for they are deserving
If Mr. Jncckel, the proprietor of the
Thallan saloon, e-tabll-lies such a resort
for the people of Cairo as It U rumored
he will, he will undoubtedly realize n
handsome dividend from his undertaking.
Ouptou, the murderer of Kschbaeh,
nwear.s that he Intends to get out of pris
on ltcloru the tlmu arrives for his trial,
which will take place at the next term of
the Johnson county circuit court.
Messrs. Lynch and Howley, the gen
tlcineit who have purchased the real es
tate olllce ami bii'lneis of Col. C. Win
ston, are now fairly Installed In their new
Held of action.
Charley Coin, a little boy about
twelve years of age, tried to climb it tree
lu St. Mary's park n day or two ago, and
fell to the ground ntul broke his rigid
arm above the elbow,
The debate which took place be
tween John Oswald and John Hcker,
aillrmntive, and Lawrence .Smith uud
Nick Hacker, negative, on the question,
"Aro Trade Unions Itenellclal," under
the iiuspldes of the F. V. F. Literary ami
Debating society, last night, l said to
have been very Interesting. Which side
enme out ahead we have not yet learned,
Wm. Tttnicr, n colored boy who
stole ti cow froiii a gentleman at Pudiicnh
n few wcek..ag',iiiid tlicmt-enpeil to tills
city, ventured buck to the place where
tliceriiuo was (committed, and now he
pines in the PiKJueah ' '
Two negroes, who Were nbout to
make n horse tratle yesterday morning,
lu the upper portion of this cily, got Into
u dl-puto ns to Ihe iicdlifrec of one of the
animals, nml the wiole thing ended hi n
row, lu which one pf the parlies wuy
pretty badly bruised.'
Major C. W. Anderson, general
frelght'agent of the Sf- L., N. ,fc C. mil
road, J. L. Fltcll, general freight agent
ol'tho M. .t O. railroad ami S. Frlnk.gen
end freight ngent of the St. L., I. M.
S. railroad, arrived In the city yesterday
morning, and left on tlic'ii.'iO train on the
Illinois Central for St. Louis.
Th' Liberal Ilellgloiis association, in
compllciicc with the request of ti number
of the young folk", have concluded to
give a sociable at Ihelr hall every Thurs
day evening, during Lent, nsiliese enter
tainments will make tip the liotof home
amusement, ton great extint, during
that period.
Then' was n rumor ni.'oat In town
ye-terday lo the I'lli ct ti.it Mr. llrecze,
who denied cutrOintlnilly Ids Intention of
cnterVig the lleld ngalii-t Mr. Mulkey for
lie olllce of Stale's Attorney, did run for
l.ie potltlou, but thai his field of action
Wiis lu the upper portion of this county,
and that he wlllglw Mr. Mulkey a tight
shove.
There nre several men In this cily
who are iilways harping that the Hfi.i.t:
ii.v Is in Just, anil that if any inl-fortune
befalls a family ol lite poorer portion of
tills ciiiiiiiiuiilly.it i nl ways ready to take
nd vantage of it, ami make sport ol, nml
expo-e that to the public wnlch It lias no
right to know. lint, on tin contrary, if a
scandal breaks out in it family who are.
to n-e the expression of one of these gen
tlemtn, considered "high toned," thetels
nothing said about It. To tlie-e very fair
nml con-l-tcnt men we w uld 'ay. tho-e
who live lu gla-s hous 9 should notthrow
.-timet. The very men who are, as we
said before, Itv.rph.g on this matter, are
ns deep In tin- mire as those whom they
would have condemned, and should keep
quiet. We would, In a friendly way, re
mark to these gentlemen, that the sooner
they -humcr on this question, the better
It will be for .'ill Interested.
CAIRO MARKETS-WHOLESALE.
I orrwlwl Daily by K. M lirnii, Commission
iiH'iTlmnt, .-H-cii ury of tliu t alro lloupl of
Tmite.
Flour, according to uni'lc il i)tr (:
Oirn, miis), surki-l ta'U:
Corn, while, snrkitl tu'Dc
OatS, IlliX.tl laCtc
llruii, r ton . cm
Mrul. ntcaiii dried :l 70
llutter, clioliu .Norllicrii roll iic
Itittti-r. cholc .-oiulifrn llliuois JO''iV:
l.iw, r dozen fe'.'Tc
i.liickent, t r d'i?iii . l (i
'Itirkcjh, ftiUirvn .-10 ) a. 1 . M
.iil"f , choice, , .r liiml .'i.i v.;
Aliplep. commiin, ir Imrrel ...biwi2 7-
Fututor-t, tT kirivl Mil 00
Onions, s.r lurrtl i.'i 00
lluckwhnit (lour t'ito
Hr rluur ... SI 70
Chute, ir i)Uud l.Vu 17c
TAXES.
"VTotlce Is hereby plii'ii th.it the tax books for
1 V l.u . u I.TI l. .. ..in ..I I.. .n. 1 1 .
4. . O. I.t.r v-i.t 1.1 II. J , 11.11. 1..
nml that I ui-ll be-lit Ihe rnllowlns limiu-d nlurrs
St the tune Ijt loiv het lorlli. l'or the puriKisvof
lyillecillif; llie iain in -am jniir
t'l.iir l.rvi k Freelnct. Cully Marihllilon's
itort', Fi'linmry '.', Ia7.".
Chiir Cri-ik Fn-cliut, 11. A. Kilmtiuton's
More, February 'it, l-C.'..
rtielH-t Piccinct, .J ii Itolwing's stotf, Feb
ruary '.'I, Is7.i.
-.iiita Fe I'rvclnct, Win. Ireland's store. Feb
niarj 'il. 1-7.1.
(Joe Island I'ri-clnct, O. Orevnlc's stole,
Febni-iry .', 1-71
lioj; 1 01.H1 I'ncliii'l, N. Iluni.icktr's house,
Februury '.'7, ls7.V
fnlty Fnvliu't, Hwljies X Atliirton's (tni-c,
March I, IsT-V.
H.ultMoiKl Frcclnct, tleorpcW. Short's ttoir,
March i, Is7.i
llrins your last yrtir'b tv rtselpts, as It U un
Kile to trust to the tax Ixioks alone l'or iUcrlp
tlims or land.
Caiiio, HI., .'miliary 0, 167.
Al.F.X II. IltVIX.
151-I-ll-w til Dletrlct C'ollwtor.
Sheriff's Sale.
By lrtueof nn i:ccutlou tome illrrctcil bv
Ihe Clerk of the l lrc.lt Court of .leuinler
l.ouuly, in I he -tale of llllnnL, lu fuiorof.M
frttt It -alfonl, 11 Ipnev of AleMimler II lrin
mid uiraiiitt .I'lhu II. llroiMi, I li.ii e levied up
on the rollnM'liik' de;crilKtl pM'it, in the
I utility of Alexunder nnd Mate ot Illinois, lo
u it the rl-ht ,1111c mid Inlere-t oI'miIiI .IhIiii
II llrown in nml to the .Sortlmett .puller ol
the -oUllieiit quarter of '-relloullilrty-oiie (.11)
III Iomii-IiIiiIIiiisii (1.1) Miuth.uiid in Itane
one (1) wi'si of the third F M ,uUo bloeki. Hum-Uli-.lol.i-
(1). luo (J), tlnie Ml. lour (ti llie
(.1 , i-i (ii),.eu-n (7) uud elk'ht () ill the town of
fully in ald eoiinly uud -tale, ut Ihe properly
of -aid John II llrouii, whlcli I -h ill oiler al
I'ulille. -air at the -vuttii-weit dvor of the 1 ourt
lloii-e, lu the 1 ily of Cairo, In Ihe County of
ih'Miinler and statu of I tlliii.it 011 the fnuilli
(llli) da of March, A. 1) , I.-75, til the h.uii' of
eleien o'clock, A. M.,l'or ui-h, to Kill.fv said
KMfiitloii. AI.KX II llt IN,
Mierlffof Alexander t oiinty, llllnolt.
Cairo, lilt., February sih, 1S7.1
tl J-II-M3W.
SberifTt Sale,
BYxirtiiPof time teeinl ixeiulloin to 111
dueclitl by the cleik of the Circuit
(...lilt ol Alexander count) . ill the -tale
of IMInob one in uor of Ininiel l'lice.
one la favor of Patrick Moeklar and
one ill t'.uor of Ileiuanl MrMnlin-, anil all
iimiliist llie Cairo inut Vliu-eiiiici Kailrniid com-siii)-
I have le iei upon llicfollonunilc.crlhid
propeity, In tl e county ol Alexander and Man
or Illinois, lo-ult: Iut nimilK'ieil one (I) mid
two (-.'), ill block mmilHiiti Iiwlke (I J), mid
lot iiuiubeieiWeM'ii (7) ami indil ("). lu block
niiiiibeusl twenty-three (il), In the I'li'et Addi
tion lothuclt) of Cairo, ill Ihe vomit) ol'Alex
uiider mid Mate of Illinois, us Ihe iirope.tyof
the Mild Caiiomul Vinreuiies Itailioadi'oiiipiiny,
Mldcli I nluill oD'ir at , ubllc .ile at lliexoiilli
nettdoorof the (null lloil-e lu the el!) of
Cairo, in the cotiulv of Alexander mid Male of
Illinois, on Ihe -jr.f It i1u of Feluuniy, A. I).
Isi.1, at the hour of eleu-n o'clui k, a. 11) , lor
cn'h, to satisfy mid fxeeiitlons
M.E.V II. IltVIX,
Mii-iiil'ot' AlexaniKrcouiily, Ills.
Cairo Ills. Feb. I. IS73. 3l-'M-w3t
CENTAUR LINIMENT
The meat dlsrnvrrr of the
nsc 'llieie It no pain which
the Ceiiimir I.lnlineid will not
relleie, no untiling which It
will not Hilxhie, ntul 110 lame
nets which it Mill not cine
--'lids it Mioiik latiKU.iu'i', but It
1. ....... 1. ij .... 1......1...... .....
IjaqrpK icclpe is printed minimi each
bottle A circular coiit.ihiliiu cerllllcales of
Wiiiidernilctires ul'rliennmlUin, iieitralKlii, luck
Jaw, spnilns, Hwelllnjr, scalds, caked bieatts,
poitonousbllet, fii.zeiil'u-t.KiHit salt rheum, ear
ache, i , mid thiMcclpcof Ihe liniment will be
K'lit irralls to any nuo II Is Ihe iiiuM wonderlid
heallnjr and paln-iellinlui? a'nt lliu world has
I It Kfllt lit HO 111 lll'lll IK'I'OII- 1 1 1 1 1
sell, and it sells bicailee It duet Jlltt what It pie
lends to do Ouv bollle of Ihe (Viilulir I.lni
nient for niiliiialt ()i loiv nipper) U worth 11
liundlitl dollars fur tpavlncd, spruluisl of nulled
horn's and mules, unit fur creiv-worm shtvi.
No f itullv or stock-niviier can iill'oiil to be with
out Centaur l.lnlliient Flh'e. .V) cents, hii'Ko
bottle. $1 J II, IIOSS ACO ,
M llroadttiiv, ew Voik.
ClASTOItlA is mnir II11111 a tubtlitute for
J Castor oil It Is tl only safe milch) In ex--hleli
is sii.t to regulate thu houuls.
ciil-e wlndcollc. and produce natinal slirp It U
pliiisant to luke Clilldrtn neitt not cry a
crv Hiid
mothers niarrlccp
0-7-wlv
SPECIALNOTICES.
Use PAItADISi: COAL.
Aftkii l'ebrutry lt, $1,000 rownrd will
bo ilven for fifty flood paying diy boarders
at the Delinoiilcq'JlOlcl l a week.
1-23-1 in
Thote using base-burner stove have
found Just what they want lu PAKA
DISK COAL.
(llllet's lljklng Powder for sale
everywhere.
Try PAI'ADISH COAii forcooking
Olllel's Flavoring Hxtracts the best
lu ue, niid for sale by nearly every gro
cer. AKTiitt Fcbruiry Ut, SLOW reward will
be kIvi n lor lllty noii paylni; day howlers
at tlio Dclniotile 1 Hotel ? I per week.
All that have tried PAKAJMSK
COAL will tt,e no other.
Joe Kui.ekcr is tiuw In full control ol
tliu Wa-hliiglon bikery, ami having learn
ed tlie wants of tho public, N prepared to
filppty on fill a'l demands for French lo.if,
Boston, llrown nml Ur.ihnm bread, and
evi rythInK 1 l-o (irdliiarlly lound In a first-clas-b.k
ty, lie maintains :i (ud stock ol
c'Jtilectioiurlc', nml can, ns well us uny
other dealer in the city, till all orders In
that line, Cakes baked, iro-tcd or nrua
niontcd on short notice. 8pm la l.itteiillou
given to the orders of weddmifor picnic
1 units. I) 12-tr.
Call for Ihe bett-dillcf.s linking
Powder for It never disappoints tlie
cook.
-Otiler PAIIADISI-: COAL from any
cily dealer.
Xuwly-lltteil, llncly furnl-Iied liatlier
tt.o.i by (leor'i! Sti Inliou-e, corner Coin
niercial avenue and Khditli street. V nrs
ot pr.ict'co hive i;iven him a lllit liand
til it in ikis ; smooth s .avc delightful All
tlio try h ni once will call ncidn. All the
li'odally p.uiers are kept on Ids tilde lo
lliu In nelll ol hit co-totiier.s, und tliele Is
no ted mis waltinu' f r turns tf
Try PAItADISi: COAL, the cheap
est and U-t.
r.lllefs linking Powder the licit lu
use always reliable.
Ilnrilit lire.
Table nnd Pocket Cutlery, mid In fact
anything In the Hardware Hue such as
Lock-, Hinges, Files. Xnlls, Pistols. Caps
ami Cartridges can be bail cheaper than
the chcaix'st by calling at my -tore, cor
ner Twelfth and Washington avenue.
'J-lO-lm C. W. Ili:.si)Ki!Sox.
lint nml Steam I'llllnt;.
Charles II. Ncwland l prepared to do ft It
kinds of Ran and steam tilting, repairing
pumps, drlvinr wells, bell litii-,dii, etc.,
sjhop on Coinmerclal Aenue, between
-Vintb and Tenth street'. l&l-l-'.M-lw.
U'mi 1 eil.
A useful woman (tnirrled prcierred) for
two or tlireo weeks. A'soa (tirl, aliout
f tirtecn or lilteen, perniancnily. Apply at
Dr. Wardner's Cottage, betwi on Nineteenth
and Twentieth streets, Washington ule
nuo. 'J-UUIt.
Tniet.
'Ihcatl0ntI1.il of the public it called to the
f ut that tlio City Council, by ordliinuee,
have directed tlie Collector lo receive only
in payment ol the city portion of the taxes,
legal currency or tin United State. City
warrant)) will tlierclore no loiiRcr bo re
eelxed tor any portion oi such taxes, liy
tho proxlblon of hection 137, chapter 120,
Ilurd's revision, tlio Collector is required
to Lolicet and return all personal taxes liy
Ihe lOlli of larcli next, 'l ids proii-ion
ulll bo vigorously enforced, and tax paxers
will take due notice of the f ict.
Al.kX. II. Inu.v,
ll0-l-2?-dl0t Collector.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
II11PP.V Hellel' lor Voting .XI en from the
cflects of Krrors and Abuses in roily life. Man
hood lettontl. liiqK'ditnents to MarrlBk'e te
moxed. Ncwmeiliod of treattiieut. New and
remarkable remedies Hooks and circulars tent
fits', In tc.iled envelope. Addis, IIOWAIII)
AssOCtA'IION, IUI.S". Ninth stm-t, Fhiladel
phia, l'a ,.111 Institution havliiRn hlpli lepuhi
tlnn fur honorable conduct and professional
skill . H'iO-l-l.VdAi-3m
I'ni lsli .School.'
Tlio undersigned will npiu in this city,
on the tiret day of March next, a Parl-h
school. Wlillu he will give to It lil per
sonal attention uud ctl'ortt, the disciplinn
and general liisttticllin will be In full
charge ol Mr-. 1 A. Taylor.
Tho school will be opened, drily, w ith
religious services. Tliu relL-lous Instruc
tion will, at all times, be ba-cd upon the
tea billys of tlio Protestant l.'plscop.d
Church.
flie course of study will embrace till lite
common hngd-h studies, the higher m.itlic
malic, tlt natural scleiics, ami id-o 1.1II11
and Greek.
The prl'sof tuition, for tlio term of
sixteen xveeks, will be ouly elahi il(dl-.rf,
fav.Mii.i: in AliVANCi'. There will be no
Mia uhargcsforaliy study, unless (ie.uiau
should ho required.
As tit Is a pri.ate sclmol, application
forudmli-loii uiii-t bo 111 do cither to Mrs.
l'aylor or tn llio Hector,
Tlio Hector icsrxcs tlilinsrf,n-d hereby
makes this a condition ol attaud uiui nl thu
Parish sciiool, that any pupil who retires to
llbinit to tliu diclpllno of tliu sch iol,
may be expo led, If, in lliu judgment of tlie
He tor, tins I- deemed lust.
ClIAIll.Kh A lill.llFUT,
Hector Cturcli of ihe Kcilcituer.
f.V2-lt)-'Jw
l'or Sale.
A good hor-e, top buggy, harness, sad
dle, and bridle, 011 reasonable terms. Kn
quire of Hit. H, WAUiiNiiit.
2-1 1-2 w.
I'nriullse C011I.
The liest for grates, steam or bluck
siiillhlng. New llnliery.
II. Sclniptzstorfl' announce lo Ids friends
and lornier patrons tit it lin lias npeuod the
DI-ILTA H.Ki:itV, corner of .Nlnelretilli
and Poplar slrcets, where ho will ho pleased
to greet tliem again, and assure tlioni that
he cm furnish the hot of Iresli bread, rolls,
1 te, Ok.ni'ixk Itvi: IlitKtn will bu madu a
specialty, Try him again. 45-2-12-lm
Iliilly I.uiicli.
(Icorgc Littuer coruor of Fourteenth and
iViisldugton avenue, will furnish hu-'cnltcr,
i cry day to his patrons 11 Xo. 1 lunch, be
tween tho hours of ton and twelve o'clock,
r'resh Milwaukee beer and fragrant Havana
:lgur to bu had at his I tr at all times,
-iiuy pa1ljJi'sTTcoal.
ArtKit February Ut, sji.tM) reward will
tu glvcd for tlfty good paying day hoarder
Utlie Dchinnlco Hotel n Vvk.
COMMERCIAL.
CsIKO, IJX., Tlll'ltstlAT EVKNINO. 1
February 1H, 187C.J
The weather continues cold nnd un
pleasant. 'J'o-dny has been cloudy with
a dump cold ntmosphere but no wind.
There Is nothing new developing In
the leading markets. Prices continue
about the same range ns those of lat
week, with no excitement to speak of lu
anything, Flour Is moving quietly along
In the same old rut where It hn been for
the ln"t two or three month", with some
demand for nil grades but not pushing lu
anything. The demand for both white
nnd mixed corn continue; steady, nb
Mirblng all receipt, nml holders nre linn
In their views. There Is a fair shipping
demand for choice hay, aNo for
oats, with only a moderate supply of ci
ther oflcrlng. Itutter nnd eggs are plen
ty and Ihe market Is weak nnd unsettled.
Poultry Is more plenty nnd easier; the
tendency is downward.
The Ohio Is falling slowly nnd Is dear
of Ice.
Freights arc steady nnd unchanged.
THI2 MAItKF.T.
leiJ-Our (rlends should bear In mind
that the prices here glicn are usually tor
ale Iroin ilrst hands i, rouiul lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots It Is nec
essary to charge an advance over these
llguies.-!5
FLOUK.
Iteeelptsare Increasing and the stock
on hand is greater than the market re
quires, although there is a fair demand
all round. We note sales of S00 barrels
W S(X5 75; 100 barrels $ I .ioqs SO; .100
barrels city $1 SOgil SO; oUO barrels
$1 2 S(2,5 75;" 100 barrels super line 1 1 25;
ISUO barrels SI 50(5.." 75.
HA V.
The dctnmid for choice hay I steady
and stock light. Prices an.' regular and
without change. We note sales of 2 cars
choice timothy delivered $21: 1 ear prairie
delivered $10; il cars choice mixed delvi
ered $20; 5 ears choice timothy delivered
J21 SO; 1 ears mixed delivered $1!) SO.
COILS'.
The stock on hand Is very much re
duced as receipts have fallen short of the
demand. Price- hold steady and linn.
Sales were : I car Xo. 2 mixed In bulk
on track, filie; A ears Xo. 2 white in hulk
on track, 70c; 5 ears Xo. 2 white in sacks
delivered, 70e; 2 car Xo. 2 mixed In
sacks delivered. 7l(ii,75c; 1 ear Xo. 2
white In burlaps delivered, 70c; 4 cars
Xo. 2 mixed In ack delivered, 75c; 2
cars Xo. 2 mixed lu wk dcllveied. "le.
OATS.
The demand for oats for -hipinent Ins
been fair and steady, l'ecelpt- are mod
erate and about equal the demand.
Sellers are linn lu their views. Sdes
were: 1 car Xo. 2 while In bulk COo; 1
car Xo. 2 mixed lu bulk, 5!)e; 1 ear Xo. 2
mixed lu snek delivered, Mr; 10car.sXo.
2 mixed in bulk on track. 5!e; 2 car Xo.
2 black tn sacks delivered, 70c; I ears Xo.
2 mixed in -acks delivered, (!5c; 5 cart
Xo. 2 mixed In sucks delivered, (lie.
MF.AL.
The demand I- steady und good, and
stocks tiro not allowed to accumulate.
Price-as a rule iire it shade higher ihau
last week. Sale weie 100 barrel green
meal. $."1 00; 100 barrel- steiiin diled dt
llvcivd. fit 70; 200 barrel- kiln ilrii d de
livered. J 75,
llltAX.
There i-a steady demand for shipment,
and none lu the inatket, Trau-aetlnns are
on a limited scale owing to a luck ol sup
plies. We note sale of 500 sacks. $;10.
HUTTKR.
There Is no new development in the
butter market. Xo choice Xortliern yel
low come.-in. and that Is about the only
kind for which there I- much Inquiry.
Everything cl i plenty and weak, with
little demand. Sales were 500 pounds
choice 201,2 lu; 600 pound-Southern Illi
nois 202:10'; 10 packages Xortliern pack
ed 25c; J-00 package- choice roll 22fii,2Jc.
KG OS.
lteeeipt have increased, and Ihe de
mand decrea.-cd. Tho consequence Is
that prices are declining and stocks ac
cumulating, 25e will probably be the rul
ing llgtire. Sales were 1000 dozen 25c; 10
packages 252uV; 100 dozen, 20c.
POILTItV.
Receipts have increa-cd, and prices are
lower. The demand continue good and
holder- are linn at quotation.
CiticKii.vs, Sale- were ti coops mixed,
jil 75; 10 dozen dtc-sed, S.'l SO; 25 dozen
dressed, U 60.
Ttiikxys. Sales were 100 lbs dressed,
I2J03iae; 500 lbs dressed, 12i;i,
APPLKS.
All kinds are plenty and quiet. Orders
come lu slowly and sales are not of siilll-
cient. Importance to report. Prices are
quoted $2 60.i 60.
POTATOES.
Xolhhig doing; the Spring (rade will
not open before next month ; (initiations
are nominally II OO!! 60 per barrel.
PROVISIONS.
The market Is firm and unchanged, but
transactions are light ; there Is no change
in prices since our la-t Issue.
GRAND PACIFIC
(I
OniGAGO, XXjXji.
HailiiK piii'chateil tliu cat lie furniture mid
taken a li-.l-u oil this iiituriilllcetif hotel. I In.,..
iiduilitcii .Mr sumnei .xi. 'liiriu-r, loimerlv of
ll.eoiil iieiuoui liousiianil latent the Fanner
lloii.e, I hlc.uro, und Mr 'lylerll (iakll, for
mill) of Ihe l.'eveie lloll.e, llostou, to 111 1 luler
it in the business, which will he cnnduclcd un
iter llio lianio of .IOIIN II HltAKIJ , I O.
THE HOUSE
Covers one entire block, tun mi; a tvontap' south
uuueiiM 01 oer.sieei is iniiiiiiiiiuy locatiti
l'or the cun cnlcuco of ifiietlsi 11 thoroughly built
III llie lie.t milliner, with nil modern hiiiroe
inunls I leiy lloor from b.ieiin-iit to roof, en
closes a leu i-1 neh hi)er of ccimiit, which with
other snfcKUaru, lelnlel' it pnictleully lire-
liriM.i. iiu 1 en 1 iiii 1 11111 in ,.eriec, ail. I
the whole Is bvlnjt rellltitl with the ndilltlouof
i ami eiiviitu niinuurens utpunsl.
The M'lvlce, labhuiiul iilhef ueeoiimioilalloiiit
It-liiK' the same to all Kllu-Us, w 111 he luiliitnlnitl
mil) up 10 uie iiiii sinuu iiu 111 uivir pixtns'es
sors, und muni Pi any uotie in thU or any oilier
collilUy, but U n luupiietovs luiM divlde.1 lu
lliCVl lev josi e tiiveiiiiiuui 01 uie puouu 111 ui'te
times ot lluunchil ilrpietslon by Kiiidnallni;
juicei at from Hv'l u) to AI.30 Ki' day, ucconlltiK
in the location of the rooms oeeuiiled. 1
ai-.'-u-st JOH.V it. IUIAUK. I
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