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ascalon i.otxn:, SO. 51
Knight il I'ylldas, meeUetery Krl
dav niiflit nt Imlr-imat ai-ten, in Odd
Kllir llall 0 K. i.ak,
Chancellor t oniin.wder.
AI.KXANIIKK I.ODKK, N
Iwlriicnilciit Order or iMd-l-cl.
low, meets rtery ihiirmU night
nthalf-tniatacteii, I" Hielr nan on
CuiilincKiul avenue, between Msth ami wenta
ltrM, .loUSlI l.nsHAJ, .N. U.
CAIUO KNCAMPMST, I O. O
in IMiMVIIuwn' Hull mi llic llrstnml till I il
lueadny III every inonlli, al luiir-past sewn
' C K StLACK , C. 1".
CAIHOMUlOK. NO 217, A, F A AIM.
Hold nirular niiriiiiiiiilr.itlntM In .Mft
tonlc I III I, corner nuiiuciriil ntcmie
nml Klghlh atreet, on Hit arcoiid and
fourth Moinln)' of inch iiiiiiiIIi.
ATHENEUM ONK NIOIIT ONLY
Saturday, February 20, 1875.
Comploto In all Departments.
Tlxlx-ty lxx TiTx.x.xxx.'lsov.
Latest Ethiopian Nov
elties of the Day.
Itendered by tlirfdlnwln Artists, whoie namca
are it guarantta- of Iti evellcnie
E 1 Prencli. D L Morris, Oeo Wilson,
Milt U Barlow, Frlmroao and Weat.
Colobrated California Quartette
Weill nr Bros) and J. W PrtMith, nnd
Tho li Dixon, the wondorful Tenor.
W. W. Barbour's Orchestra.
Itrarrteil nf i I liv In niltmirc.
Usual Scale of Triui.
Notice ti f Itrlliot ill.
Finding tin; nre.ei.t store mom ton small
Tor our gtolug bulalni m. I tv II, In tin;
la te i pa i of pbrua'y, r. mote to the -p-i
lull' till til tig to in rly i'C li fl ! ' hi loti
X II j) tlio'ii. tvhe rc, Hitlilhi Ineii-sscd I
.illluc hr!l keip a larger nock nl Ho-.t
mil -hno ttiii i cr lf Kith. In iIik me i
.Inn', tc tod the e.en-e o' moving hi. d
lu pit-pare lor spline ind.-, I will i fl'--r my
inure -tuck ci! win er goods nt ACll'AL
COST Tilsla llUMNShS. mid great b
jam ire oil r.d to Hit! lurtunttd
101-1-26-tl Cltj N.oe s.oro.
Mr. 1". Fltgcrald lu.ju.t received ami
aa on sale, at !iU sales room a largo Mock
! English air, porter, Hcitneujr irately
slid tvllica, und llo,llora or all kinds, which
lie will diaposc of at reasonable prices.
A KM it Fcbriia-y M, $1,000 reward will
be jrlvci. n ill y go il paling day lor.lcrs
it llic Del lile.i Hutu' tl it week.
Fpiirom siilphurnnd other Impurities.
ArrrK Fenruirj Ist.tl.voo reward vl 1
br (,'lwn lor till) t; od u Inir daj l-rderf
it llic U III' niro llnlrl-f I a w
For tin- mlUJtw.
ruinl tin1 nuli- (if
( mil Oil. l licliail nf C.W. Ilinilir-iiii,
rorm-r Twcllth strtrt nml ciiniiiwial
Kilty to Scvrnt) -five dtllur' per nion'li.
A irciit ve intcd everywhere. Tonc'ici, la
dies, a nt, etc.. eic. -No capltil fir nut
lay rripilred. hend 2 J ccti' for pnt ik on
onttlt, to l. C. Wklciimav,
tl Irvin; Station. Union County, Ublo.
llllmiU Iron nml Coiil t'onimiiy.
V JI Ward, api-nt nt Cairo fur the above
company, 1 funliiii; coal I tin liet
iutiiy fr-'in their mines t ltaum' Station
at 'died lock" 11,'iirci 'I heir nut and lump
Coal cairn t p heitrii ly any mine outld'-
ot rcncyl'an'a, nnd will lie 111 nulled to idl
Ueni int nt half t in or cardnad luta on
abort notice, audUfai:tlonii8uicd. 2-10 lit
0m ii Frlilnys ami Saturday: o.ni.y.
'lrnnllM' l i'l l lioillliiosx.
I.indluliN ol hot, l uud lioardlii.' 'ioust'a
will tl id It to their biIviii Life to eall upon
Mrs. t ileiiwn, No '2 Fourth atreet, lie
twrri W ililiiL'ion and Coinmc n-Ial aven
il t, ami an-i-rt tin herttrni" I'lrdoin hoiel
Hint boa ding home washes by the wrck
Her wholeaalo priipn arc extremely
low. For piece. wor vr,er alii
nt lollow.: SIiikIu iliirt and col
lar, lOej per doseu T!)cj oek fic; two eol'
lm, fc; two hindkerehlcl', 5oj veat 2ie
ami a 1 gentlemen h wear, ,oo. per
dozen. I.adlea' dreS'cn, 25 to M
bklrt 1 t. 20': drawn 10 to lSe: two
pair hoao ro; to eollarrA to 1' c. Knr hi'
illci' plain elolhcs $t OH per dozen; (or H
die lino clothi'H. 1 25 per dozen; done
dromptly, and promptly delivered. 1'a
To AirirrHViite l)yspeiln,
Introduce Alco.inl Into tho atumieh, and
th reby ro'i thu dig rtlve IliiUloi lis solvent
paiMr S turalea plcc ol bruid and meat
with Kfctrl'i juleo, und It will dliolve
T 1- U digestion. Add to nieh a mixture
nllt'le aleotiol, and It will not di mdvu,
Till" lluatr. tes iinllKCitlnn. Iipwure, then
yp dypeptli', of tin turea, lnluionn or do
coc o n von alnli g xpirl uo is lliuiors
llun till niti U rum tunlcrf." und rely mlely
on or. .Vrnko Vlm-gar Hlitori, Hio tlnni
hibal Inv Unru tkn n, nil fn e fr m bo
tlery cur-e f Alcol ol. i-lO-dAw-lm
The best In the Statu for cooking
grates, stoves or steam.
To keep peace In the lamlly, buy a
Charter Oak Coal Cooking Stove, with a
nuall quantity of I'uruilUu coal, and you
will nlwnvH be happy. All the illllcrcnt
patterns both wood and coal for sale at
"rock bottom" llgures, by C. V. Hend
croii. corner Twelfth btrect nml Coin
mcrclal avenue. 2-10-Im
Mutnt Clinrlt-N. 1
(loo 1 Mnuiu rooim on ibu up' ur tlopr t
the ba nt Chin lea can e had, wl h Upaid
at the very low rate of per uiimtli
HATUltlUV, FKimUAUY 20, 187:..
Klilfuii Sc.": I'leaae iinnuiinre .10 1 IN II,
I'llll. I, IS an a niiidlilme fur Mnyur or l alro, ut
tlieviMiihiK iminlclpul rlccliun.
.laiinur) XI, lni.1. .Maxt Cltwt.n
A MeNYal it Urban Fire Proof Snf.-,
with l.-itcct Improved combination lock.
AIm one Letter l'rec.
'2-20-10t. 211 'n.
Wenruluroriui'd tliutMrn. II. II. Can
die will fliorlly Irctiim on llic woiiinii's
ril'ts Ide of the woman inieitlou. Wv
wH', mid we know the render of the
Ui'M.im.v share with m In the hoiie, that
Urn ruuior.h true. -Mrx. C'utidee U u lmly
ofinarkt il natural ability and very thor
ough education. An addreMby her mmii
the 'wninaii (iiiestion" or upon any ob
ject, could not lie othcrwUo than ballLint
Tin' Turnrr nociely of Cairo will give
an entertainment at their hall, on .Mon
day evening, 221 Inst., (Vnhlngloiri
birthday.) The programme will con-f-t
of declamation", total and intumeu
tal tnii'le. ami dancing. The b l inii'lc
In the city ha been engaged for the occa
ilon.atiU as the Tunn'm are nott il for
their eutcrnrlMi In getting tip the bet of
entertainment", a rich treat !. In More for
tho-e who attend their annual celebration
on .Monday evening next. Don't fall to
go and enjoy yniirdf. 2-20-21
From the column? of an exchnnge we
hum the following little anecdote of Mr.
KiiMiilugcr, wharfmaMcr at thU port :
Itrainlywlne bar, thirty mile above tliN
Uy. won H title from a Meamei or that
name burned there hi 13"). At the time
of the fire, Knmluger, the aged Talro
uharf-inaMer, hurnamiil "the Duke,
Ix-lng a pa-'Piiger, f.wain ii'hore with a
good-looking .voting woman on hi" back.
Some match making old woman w l-hed
"the Duke" to marry tin' girl, but hU
hlghine akcd to be exeui:d, on the
ground that he had done enough for that
vouii'' woman. Old fcu. U Mill single."
The next Meeting of the F. F. F. De
bating and Literary society virill take
lilaceatthe Pulled .State- Signal Service
room te.t Vedneday night. The ipie-
tion will be: "Itemlved, That Property
Qualitlcatloii'. Shall l)e K-'entlal to Suf
frage," with .M'trs. .lone and Van-
Dorell hi tbealIlrmatlvi',and.MeT'. Me-
Oeennd Ilawkln lu the negative. Ibe
debate undoubtedly will be very lnter
eMlug. a the ineinbeH of the "oclcty are
l)eeoiulng very much worked up on the
Mibject of debating, and both sidei will
mnkr every effort to demolish their o-po-er-.
In addition to the debate there
w ill Im- M Vi nd other literary exercl-e".
eoiiil-ting of an oration by .John Oivvald,
4iul an eav bv Lawrence Smith. The
iiipiiiIht-have ileciiled to inaku th'i a
public meeting, to w hich they cordially
Invite everyone to be present.
.Mlfs .tutln llanchettV lx urdt at the
Atheiieuiii last night was a nieces. I he
houe wa" well tilled by an audience who
were highly ple.i'ed with the perform-
nice of Ilullalo Hill." The play Is out
of the uual line of those placed upon the
boanU of the Atheneiun, and being well
executed III every part, took very well.
Ml." Price, as .Minnehaha, the half breed,
wa excellent. a wa .in" iiancneu
l!o-alii'. C ook's ltull'alo Hill wa very
good, and Voorliei Lovell, Anderson
uid Hampton acquitted thenitelves very
creditably. The farce of "Gertrude" was
then 'InliViiliKrd with ill-s Haiichttl "in
the title role, Hampton a Peter Spyke,
Anderson a Old Swyzel, oorhic an
("apt. Aineiford. .Mtihare. in Delve and
.Mis Isabella Phillipsas Madame Kmcv
tlue. wlio did their respective elmrneter
to the perlect KitUfnrtlon of the entire
audience. ThK wound nit the engage
ment of I lie troupe in this city, and they
left la-t night by the steamer .Uni Flsk,
for P.idueab. where they will play an en
gagement of onr werk. We w hh the
Cull mill Hi"ioiiir.
The following explains Itself:
Caiiio, Im.., Feb. IS. 1875.
Hkv. J. L. Wau.au : Sin A number
ot our citUcns having niied the oppor
tunity of listening to your leeiuru on
'The. Natural and theSitpernatural," re-
oectfully abk that you will repeat it on
next Sunday evening, InMead or
Koht. W. .Miller,
0. 11. Phillips
C. M. Hughes,
11. C. Wilks,
W. E. Glmlson.
G. II. Greely,
W. II. Oakley,
K. S. Dewey,
E. C. Uhl,
W. C. Wright,
A. A. Ilaynes,
Caiiio, Im.., Feb. 10, 1875.
Mcura. K. Milton. Z 11. Jlathuas, Itobt. W.
In complianee with the wish expressed
In your notice of yesterday, I will repeat
my lecture on "The Natural and the Su
pernatural," on next Sunday evening.
Yours truly, J. L. Wallah.
Tho following lu regard to the Haver
ly's.who will appear at the Atheiieiiin to.
night, is from the Memphis Appeal : "At
least sixteen hundred persons were most
agreeably surprised and iutlnltely de
lighted by the more than excellent enter
tulnineut of .lluyerly's. minstrels at thu
.Memphis Theatru last night. The house
was packed with our best and ino.it Intel
llgeiit citizens, Including many Indies.
From the grand oyerturo in which llfteeu
members of the troupu' engaged, to thu
conclusion of tin; entertainment, then: '
wai one continual least or Inn, Joy nud
pleasure, such n wo have eld in wlt
nexH'd at an Ethiopian performance.
Iluverly's MlntreU are matchlcH, uml
offer the liest entertainment of the kind
that Mcinplil." ban enjoyed since the
war. While there Is mi much general ex
cellence, It Is dillieitlt, If not artial, to
leak of any one uiemlxT. Mr. E. .M.
Hall, as a IniiiiorUt and "banjolst" Is In
comparable in merit and un(u pa.H'(l In
execution. He I to the bajo w hat Ole
Hull U to the violin, eliciting from what
la usually deemed u noWy Instrument,
the sweetest and inoM touching melody.
George Wilson, the tambourine end man.
plays on two of thee Instruments at the
ame time, nud Is a faithful delineator of
the old fashion, laughing negro. .Mr.
Harlow, the bones man, Is one of the best
we ever iw on the stage. Another ad
mirable feature Is the California quar
tette, by the Welling Hrothers and
.Tailor .McCarthy says that hU hotel
U completely ilenrlril.
The police courts were very dry yes
terday. Not u eacon the docket.
There Is considerable Ico Moating in
the Ohio river.
The Ilaverly's will arrive to-day, and
appear at the Atheiieuiii to-night.
The Fanny 11. Price combination
will play for one week at Padueah.
Tin re will lx- no more sinall-pox p:
tlents admitted Into St. Mnry'n ho-pltu'.
.Judge HaKcr U busy sending Pulaski
county people to the penitentiary at
Kemeniber Dr. Pntker's lecture nt
the Liberal Religious hall to-morrow
Mr. Hoyt, of VIennn. enmity clerk of
Johnson county, and the Johnson county
)'(otnan man, were In the city la't night.
Hiilness on the river was extremely
dull yesterday. There was not :i single
arrival or departure, except the Jim
Dr. Parker will deliver a lecture on
"Effectual Prayer," at the Liberal Hell
gion ball, to-morrow evening. Admis
The lending farmers ofthUaud Pulas
ki counties, all agree that the whc.it sow ed
late bet tail ! badly damaged by the se
The ladles of the Pre'bytrrian church
will, we an; told, give a parlor concert at
the reldciico of Mayor Wood, next Tues
Mr. James McGee will leave the city
to-day lor Chicago, where he will go Into
business for himself. May he be suoees
tul In his new undertaking.
The millinery estnblMinicnls have
been very busy lor the past few days.
Hut the tliii g I" getting rather old, and
the lively trade of the stores will relapse
again in a few days.
Street Superintendent Gdligati put
in an hour or two lu repairing the side
walk on Washington avenue, between
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, yester
The Cairo and Mound City accom
modation tr.du on the Cairo A Vlncenue
railroad, commenced running Ja-t Mon
day, nml will continue to make dally
trips between the two towns during the
present term of the Pulaski county circuit
We Irani that Mr. Fleming, the
Cairo and St. Louli narrow gauge rail
road contractor, has written to a gentle
man In till" city, that he will return and
pay his employes as soon as he can pro
cure the in ctary amount of money.
-Mr. Hose, late of the linn of Koc,t
Teinme. confectioners of this city, has
accepted a po-ltlon as freight agent at
St. Paul. Minnesota, on the St. Louis.
Kansas City & Northern railway. He
assumes the duties of the position on the
rlrst day of April, next.
Said Sheriff Irvin to a young man
Friday evening: "See here, young fel
low. I want you to pack your duds and
Jump the town to-morrow morning. If
I sec you hem after that time. I'll run
you In." What It was that drew forth
this remark we are unable to state.
In (mother place In this Usuc of the
Hi'i.i.KTi.v will be found a eall upon tin'
ltev. Mr. Waller, requesting hlni
to repeat Ids lecture tin "The
Natural and Supernatural." on
next Sunday evening, Instead of Ills regu
lar services. His answer to the eall,
which will also be found, will show that
he will comply with the request. The
lecture is a very Hue one, and will no
doubt be listened toby a largo audience.
Says the PalaM 1'ntrivt: "Circuit
Court comnienceii on Monday, Judge
Maker presiding. The dlllerent parts of
the county are largely represented In the
persons of tho Grand Jury, Polll Jury,
and parties interested in Important cases,
Hcsldes the Mound City Mar we have
Judge Smith, State Attorney, Judge Dav
lilg'e and Judge Pidgcon ot Cale
donia; the.Culro Mar Is ably represented by
Judge Green and Mulkey, D. T. Llnc
gar, S. P. Wheeler, and Mr. Liuisdeii;
and the Metropolis Mar by McCartney,
that noble Republican of the Metropolis
A rresli Item,
Yesterday morning, a reporter of tho
Muli.etin was strolling leisurely down
F.lghth street, In a rather subdued state
ot mind, when he was suddenly startled
by the voice ot Mr. J. R. Cunningham,
who oxclnlmed, excitedly : "Did you'
hear of the murder?'' "What murder?" ,
asked the reporter. "Why, tho murder of
Ilencanipol course." "Why, no,' replied ,
(he reporter; "when and where did It
happen?" "It was dono near the custom
house about eleven o'clock lust night,"
chimed in Dr. Ilultz, who was by Mr.
t llllilntrhMm'a itllle. The devil II u-ofi "
replied the astounded representative pf
(the, Mui.txrix. "Who killed him;"
i "Runner." said tho Doctor; "ho stab
bed him wltli a knife, and Heiieam'p dfed
within live minutes alter tho deed was
done.'' "Why, that's rather stiange,"
said thu reporter. "O, It's true,"
said thu doctor, "for I heard him holier,
und Just as I heard him holler, my wife
woke up and nsked nie what nil that noise
was about. Oh I he's dead, ns sure as
shooting. As I said before, I know K's
true, for I heard him hollrr." "Hut It's
so verj strange that I didn't hear ot it,"!
said the news-hunter; "I have Just ctmio
from the custom liotist, m. i i in.lu't hear
anything of It; who told you of it, doc
tor r" "Why," replied the doctor, nston:
ished at the Ignorance manifested by the
reporter of what was going on about the
city, "didn't you see the circulars that
havo been thrown about the streets?"
"No,"sald the reporter, feeling that he w as
Indeed behind the times, "have you one
about your" "No." said the doctor, "but
If you will go with nie to my olllce, I can
show you one." The repor
ter, in company with Mr. Cunning
ham and Dr. Unit., Immediately ivpahed
to the doctor's olllce, when that gentle
man, after leaving the room for a few
moments, returned with the document,
and handed it to the reporter, saying, "I
guess that's proof enough of the foul
deed, ain't it V" Tho reporter gazed at
tentively at It for n moment, and then
turned to the doctor, who was leaning
over his shoulder, reading the paper, and
said: "Why, gentlemen, this murder
took place over a year ago." They both
looked at the reporter in Utter amazement
for a few moments, when the din-tor ex
claimed, "Now, do you know. Cunning
ham, that I thought there was something
strange about all this? I knew well
enough that that occurred over a year ago.
near the custom house certainly It did."
"Oh, well, remarked Justus, "any one
might know that ; why, it would have
been all over town by this time," ami the
reporter left them.
Corni leil Hall) by V.. M Meiirn, rotiitnls-lun
iiirri'h.iiii, " rvt.iry or llic Cairo liuanl or
flour, awonllnf! to cnulf SI COfO
torn, llu.vl, Mii'keil ((Tic
Uim, Willie, sacked ("7iV
(lain, inlxi.l 'inic
limn, T ton fti.Hi")
.Mini, Mi-.im ill lot Ssl 70
lliilter, cliuiie Xorllitrn roll 'i'ic
Holler, choice "otitlitm tlbaola tba i.V
Kgg, rilu.i'n . M'i.c
I lilckeiM, ril7eri - $1 no
lllrkcje, htiIo. i . I0O0JIAU)
Ail-a, choke, xr barrel i !fi:t
Ajilcx, common, per luirrcl -...-f.'lr2 7ft
ritHl,ii, rharrvl tr.'lon
iniona, ivrlsirrel S.'i no
lliicku heal Hour tylftu
live flour - .V7
Clin-, r )ioimd 15l7e
"Vfollc i henliv clten that the lax book Cor
.N Hie jer I-7I liaieUfn plax-il In nij liiindi,
aiiilth.it I welt t-nl llic rollowiiii; named place,
al ll.e I Im below el lorth, for the I'lirpo-uof
eollectliiK Hie taxe. of auld e:ir
tleiir trw-li I'lifincl. Cull A .Marchlblon's
tnte, Kcbmarysi, lsTS
I Ir.ir i reek 1'iecinrt, It. A. IMmmison'i
flore, Kehrxiry il, 1S75.
Thcli I'lvcincI, .1. U liolw-ln'a store, Feb
.santu t'v I'rvclnct, Win Ireland's store, Feb
ruary i",. I 75.
lioo.e Maud Precinct, O. Oreenlc's atorc,
It-bni-iry :v, 1S7.T
liiilooth Precinct, N. Iluna;ker'a home,
IVlmiary S7, leJS.
t'nlly I'nvlnct, llmln-a A Allierton'a More,
Mnh I, s7.V.
llazlcwo'Ml I'lecliirl, George W. f-hoit'e atore,
llriiirf your last ye-ir's tax rtiTlpt, a- ltl un
sale to tiai.t to the lux bwks ulone fur discrip
Caiho, 111., January P, 17.
AI.K.V II. IUV1N,
IM-l-ll-wM. DlMrlct Collector.
virtue of nu i:i-cnlleii to me directed by
XJlhe Clerk orihe I Imill Court of Alexander
( ounl). ill llis- -tale or Illinois, In lavnrnl Al-fri-l
II NUTnnl, iK.lirnir of AU-xumler II In In
anil iwalti't .luliu II llrown. I Imm-letieil up
on Ibe ii.lluulni; ile-crll-cd proi-ilv. In the
t ouuiy of Alexauder nml Mate of Illinois. !
nil : III the riht .title nud lutm-t ufMlil -Ixlin
It llrown in nii'l to tin- Xirth(-t iii.uterof
tin- soiilliwe-t ouarterof section tlilny-uiie ( II)
in Tow nslilii tllli in (IS) -outli, nml In limine
one (I) wet uf the third I' M , ul-o UlncL-iiuin-beied
one (1). two (.'), three ('!) , four (li lilt
Ci.alx (ii).svieii (7) and t-l-IU (1) In the idm n uf
fully In aald county und -tale, as the nroi erty
of rani John II llrown, which I ah-tlf olierai
I'ubllu Sih- ut the -soiiln-wi-.t door of the t.mrt
Ibiil-e, lu the it) of liilro. lu the loiilil.i of
lexHiiiler und state of Illinois on the f,iurtli
(Ith) day of March, X. I) , Is7.". at the hour of
eleien o'clock, A. M., for d-li. to siitiifv fuld
KMsutlon. I.HX II IIIVIN.
lierllTof Alexander t'nitnly, lllluoil.
Cairo, 111. , IVbuury Slh, leT..
BVilrturof three seveinl exrrutlons to m
iliii-ctcd tiy the clerk of the tlrcuit
U.iurt ut Alexander countv. In the state
of llllimlsone in favor of I Mil lei I'rice,
one lu l.ior of 1'atrick Moi-klar and
one in favor of llernanl McMuuiis. Olid nil
Manilla! tlie Cairo uml Vltus-unm Jlallriaid coin-pauj-
iriieit) , lu the countv of Alexander mid Male
of lllliiola. lo-wll. Iits tiuuibeiisl one M) mid
two (.'), in block niunlieied tuelie (Ki. and
lut numl-cicd -even (7) and eltfht ('). lu block
liilliileiis Iwvlit.v-thlw (il), in tin- Klrat Addi
tion to the eit) olTnlro In Ibe count ol' Atev
mnler nud ""tale of lllluol., ns the ii" ert of
the -aid Ciiiroand Vlnceiiue. liiillioalcinni:iov,
widen I sli ill nilirut liblle Mile at tlieaoiitli
we.t dooi of the Court llotie lit tlie city of
Cairo, lu Hie county of Mexaudtr uud Male of
llllnoU, on tlie -.i.ilid.iy of February, A. I).
Is7.'i. al the hour of elvM-n o'clock, a ni , lor
CUlh, toaatlafy said execution
AI.UX. It lltVIN.
slnrllTof AlexiindercoiiiH . Ills
Cairo Ills Fell. I. 1x73. -J 1 .! wilt
lint lug purchased the entire furnlhiie and
taken n h-.i-e on this magiililceiit hotel, I haie
udniltled.Mr .s.iinuel M 'lurner. formerly of
llieold 'lieuioiit lliillteulid lule of the I'ldmrr
IIoiim-, t hlenan, und .Mr Tyler II Oaskill, fm--meily
of the Iteteu-Hoiue, llostoii. to ml Inter
rat In the Ini-liiPaS, ttlilrli w ill Is-i-ondiu-lisl un
der the name or .IliUNll UIIAKKAIU.
Cover one culiiv-block, liavinc a riontiiiie south
ttnileu-Uof liter .Vi leil l admirably loi-aleil
fur lliecobtenleiice of guesm i ihorouzldy built
In thu bval manner, with nil modern lniiroie
nieuta Fterv Hour from bi-rnieut to vnof, en
closes a fiiir-fncli later of cement, which with
oilier safeguards, render It ir.ictleally nr.--pi-mil'.
I he t eiillliillon H perfirt. und
the whole i beinir leMtlcd with the udditlou of
new and eletfniit nirnllin-rns rfiulnil.
T lie m m li e, table ami other iifcommodutlniis
lielng the same lo ull uiif.li. will lie maintained
: lllliy up lo llic IIIKII soilio.uii oi mi-u iii:iuvc,-
! sors, nud omul to any h"Ue In tins or nuy other
I country, bill the proprietors hue decliliil tu
I Intel ilielii.tr.xis'elutluiiaot' llm public in tlien
I time, ol' tin oil-i ll depression by Kiaduiilng
' prices nt from l ii to s)l Ml per day, ticooitllng
totlielocitlon of the 1'onin occinilisl.
To llmroii ok Tint IlruxTlN-
I'.sikkiii.ii Fai kvii i Vnu tt ll pleiise Inforui
jour leaders that I have a ioltlTi-
Pure for Consumption
aud ull dlfoiiUii of the lllroat and lainna, and
that, by lu llaD ill my pl-.iilIlT, I hatu cillsd
hiuidieda of uinw, uud will gtr
ONF THOUSAND DOLLAKS
fora to- ll will not Is-m-ill Indeed, soalroun
1 will aeud il aaniile FltKK lo uuy aiill'eier
l'leu. allow this letter to any one you niaj
know who la aiill'i-rliig I'l-om these llcitics and
Jbliirv. Fnlthfully tour,
lilt T V. UUItT.
99 Williams Ml , New York
f , Use PARADISE COAL.
As-rrn February 1st, SI,0iX) rowardwlll
bo hen lor It H y ood paying Iiy boarders
at the Dclmonlco Ho. el fl a week.
Those using base-burner stoves have
found Just what they waul hi PARA
Glllet's Uaking J'owder for sale
Try PARADISE COAi, forcooklng.
(Jlllcl's Flavoring Extracts the best
In ttfc, and for sale by nearly every gro
cer. Anna Fcbrmry IM, $1,000 rowardwlll
be given lor titty good paying day boarders
at tho Delmnnlco Hotel ?l per week,
All that have Irled PARADISE
COAL will use no other.
-foc HoLoker Is now In full control or
the Washington bakciy, and having learn
ed the wants or the public, Is prepared to
supply on call a'l demands for French lonf,
llo-ton, Drown and Ur.ilmn bread, nml
everything else ordinarily lound In n Ilrst-elas-b.k
ry, lie maintains a fudstokkot
confectioneries, and call, ns well " any
other dealer In the city, till all orders In
that line. Cakes baked, trottd or orna
mented on short notice. Bpeela lattcntlou
given to the ordetaor wedduigor plonlc
parties. o i2.tr.
Call Tor the Ix'st-Ulllet' Making
Powder for It never dlsnppolnts the
-Order PARADISE COAL from any
Newly-flttcd, finely furulshcd barber
n!io,i bj Ueorgo St lnhouc, cireer Com
mercial avenuu nml Eighth street. V. ars
ol pract co hive given Id to a light hand
th it lu ikes a smooth sSavu delightful. All
who try li i til once will eall agiiln. All thu
lv!e dally pipers are kept on bis ttble lor
the brnetit ol Ins co?Uincrt), and there Is
no Uni ons waiiingf ir turns. tf
Try PARADISE COAL, thu cheap
est and bt-st.
Uillet's Making Powder the best In
use always reliable.
Table and Pocket Cutlery, and In fact
nut thing hi tlie Hardware Hue such as
Lock-, Hinges. Files. Nails, I'MoK Caps
and Cartridges can be had cheaper than
tlie elieaK-st by calling at my .-tore, cor
ner Twelfth and Washington avenue.
2-1 0-1 m C. W. llKXiir.itio.v.
(Ins nml Sleiiiu I'lHInc
Carles II. Netvlnnd I- prepared to do sll
kinds f gas and steam Htilnjf, repairing
pumps, drlvin.' web-, bll li-tiKiti-;, ttr.,
liop on CoiMiiercial Atciiue, between
Ninth and Tenth streets. IH-l-'JMiv,
A useful woman (married prelrrrcd) for
two or threo woika. A'sou girl, about
f urteen or tl'leeu. perinanetilly. Apply at
Dr. W.irduer's Cottage, be tv. en Nineteenth
and Twentieth atreets, Washington ave
Tin-attention of the public Is called to tho
fa t that ttm city Couuc'l, by ordinance,
have directed the Collector to receive only
hi payment ol thu city portion of the taxe,
1 gi currency of thi Culled States, City
Warrant will lliert-rorc no loiiL'er be rc-
eelted lor any portion ol ailcli taxes. Uy
tlie protWon or .'ectlon 1ST, chapter 120,
lli.rd's revls'on, tho t'ollceior if required
to collect aud r turn all personal taxes oy
the tuth or March next. This pmtldon
will be vigorously enforced, and tax payers
will tskc cue notice of llic I u t.
Al.cx. II. Iuvi.v,
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
llnpjiy llellef fur Youiii; .lien hum the
effects of Krrcra tind Aliu-es in i-.u ly life Man
hood restored linpedlinents to .Marriage re
muted Newnie'hod of treatment New und
leiii ukablc ivmdles Hoots and circulars tent
flee. 111 scaled euvelojs'i tddreas, HOW.VItl)
As-OtlA tlUN, ll'.i.N. Ninth etrcct. riilludel
phln, I'h., ull Iuatltutluii having a high reputa
tion for honorable conduct and prote.alonal
The undersigned will open In this city,
on the Ilrst dav of March next, a l'aridi
school. While ho will give to it his per
sonal attention and cff irta, Ihe disclpllU"
and gctlutut IlstllKll'll will be In full
charge ot Mr-. P A Taylor.
Tim school will be opened, dilly, with
religious -ervlces. Tho religious Instruc
lion will, at all times, he based upon the
tea- Idiiirs ol the Protestant Episcopal
'1 ha courio ol study will embrace all the
coinmon KbglMi siudii's, thohlglior nu.lit
matlci, tho natural scienc 's, uud also i.ntln
The prlrj of tulllon, for the term of
sixteen weuks, will be only rl.-ht dollars,
I'ayaiii.i: in aiivanck. Thoro will be no
extra shargesroi'iuit study, mil. as (Icinaii
should be reiiuired.
At. till Is it priiato school, application
foradmlisiou mti.t be iu.de either to Xtf.
Taj lor or to the Hector.
Tlie Itcetor reserves tohlmsef.aad hereby
makes this a condition ol iittand inca ul the
Piirisli school, that imy pupil who rolusea to
Miluult to the dlclplina of tin) school,
may lioexpe led. IT, in tho Judgment of tin.'
Uu tor, this ! dretnc'i b st.
ClIAlll.KS A OII.IIKHT,
1! ret or Ct urch or thu Hcdetmrr.
55.2.10-2WV ' '
l' I Snlc.
A good horse, top buggy, harness, sad
dle, and bridle, on reasonable terms. En.
quire of Dii, 11. Waishnku.
2-1 1-2 w.
for grates, sjeiun or black-
New lliiKi-ry. .
II. SclimntJiatoril'aiiiiotinces to Ids rrlcnds
and toriuer patrons th t he hasop'iiod thu
DELTA IIAKUItY, corner ol Mnuireiilli
and Poplar slrcels, tvliere he will bo pleased
to vroel ilmni again, nud us.uru them that
hu can tlirnlsli the best or Iresh bread, rolls,
l tC, (IKNUIN'K UVI". HltRAU Will III) llllldu il
specialty, Tiy him again. iri-212-lin
George Ltttlier toriirrnf I'ouitrcuth and
A'asliingtou nveime, tvil ftpnlsli lie cutter,
jvery day to Irs patrons a No, 1 lunch, be
;w ecu the hours of ten and twelve o'clock,
rrcli Milwaukee beer and frugrant Havana
.'Igjis to be liad at his I ir at nil tlmos.
Uuy PARAIMSE I'O.U..
Afiku February lt, U.000 reward will
in jjtved for tllty good paying day hoarders
iiiuu iieiiuoiiK'O Huivl-fl a wick,
0. N. HUGHES,
Over Mtthnis Uhl'i.
NOSK but I'lrat-ChiM Companies rejire
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up-italri.
The Oldait Ratabllahed Annncy In South
eru IUluola, reprcauntlnir ovir
885 00 ,000.
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by the car-load,
ton, or in hogahcndB, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
tS?To largo consumors and nil
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to Hupply any quantity, by tho
month or your, at uniform rntCB.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
ETI.-ilUdi.y Dti 'aotlirr, No To Ohio Levee.
trj"llallliU llro 'a tvhartboat
SiVAt l-.gv!hni 31111a, or
'tJ"At Ibe l out Dump, nrnt uf 'Ilility-Eigbt
EJ-I'oft OiUcc Dniwcr. .Ve.
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTS3U3G and ILLINOIS
KF.l'T constantly on hand at Itn.s' Yard
Coniinerri.il ateulie, oiiinialle llion
Drier promptly lllleil
Co-il mid wood dellteied (rev of charje
Term, strictly chsh 317-lo-Cm3
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To sell Oil. ClItSK' ItF.lTI'Ksi; Or, IN
FOltMAT IIJN FOIt l.VKUYIIODV, in eterj
ciiiuite in the United stales run'. I nnudas. Ku
lamed by the l'libli.her lo Ills pages It con
tains otrrV,Ul hotiaehold m-ies, nml Is aiiileil
to all cLi,-i uud coudltioiia of society. A
wonderlbl Isiok and n hoii-eliold neieiaity. II
sells at alght liii-.iteat ludiiiemeuts eter of
feusl to book uKi-nts "-aniiile eopies fent by
mall, post paid, lor I.xclu-ite lerritort
gitcn Amenta liinix-Ihau dniible their money.
Address, UK. CTI Vi;'s STKAM I'lll.VII.NCJ
ilOUSC, ANN AltltOlt Mil II 47l-ll-.,n-tv.liu
THE .MASON ,v tl.V.MLIN
WINNKIIS of three highest medals nml di
ploma of honor, nt Vienna, 17.1, und
Paris, IMi7, now- oiler the lineal uaoilmi iit ot
tlii-be.-t rnbinet oiinius lu tlie world, Including
new al)lea with iiseiil Improteinenla lint null
exclusltely forrash, its bjimcily, but nlao on
new plana of easy mjnieuts, the moat favorable
eu-r oileieil llrgmis rented witli privilege ol
puiclue, lo iilmoal any pail of the country
Fltat patniellt :l !)nrlliWllliU
Illilalrateil tuitalngiies mid clmilara. xt lilt full
IKirllculaia, sent fiei on ropiest Addlesa
MASON & HAMLIN OROAN CO.,
Iluaton, New- Yolk or Chicngo
iioiini: imin ri:it.
J. H. ABLE,
CORNER TENTH. STREET AND
Th prepaid to do till kind, of House Painting,
Ival.oiiilnliiK or Whitewashing either in the
city or biuruiiudlug country at u-aaonable pit
ces All order will recelte prompt and per
iuii.d attentioiv. Cull und suo. him
TOII.KTO AN1 KJ AHS.
Wholesale lkider hi
I obacco and Cigars
02 OniO LEVEE,
Leading Journal of Southern
Wlllstcadlasily oppose the policies ol th
Itcpubllctn party, and rcfusn to be tram
melled by tho dlctttlonof any clique In tin:
It believes that the ltcptlbllcan party has
fulfilled Its mbslon, and that the Demo
cratic party as now orgsn'zed should be re
stored to power.
It believes the l'.adical tyranny that has
for soveral years oppressed the South
should be overthrown and the people of the
Southern States permitted to control their
own J Units.
It believes tint railroad corporations
shou'd be prohibited by leg'-'iitlvc enact-
in ids from extolling acd unu-tty d.'scrlin
Inatlnuln their buslur-.s tramaetlucs with
It recognizes the fpiility ol all men be
fore the law.
It advocates iree eomuterrc tariff for
It advocates resumption of spocie pay
ment, and honest piyuient or the public
It ndvoestca economj in the administra
tion ol public affairs.
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