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ASCAI.ON I.OIKII"., NO. 51,
KiiIkIiIa ot 1'J ihl, meet crery Krl
ilaynlgtit nl linlf-pttt aeti'ii, HiOiliI
Klluvts' Unit C K 1IALK,
t himcellur Coniininiilrr.
AI.K.XANOKIt I.IiK. NO j.
Iimepcaiieni unn m " 7;
Stows, inivi nnj I Inn winy 11 ihclit
THT.ftt?- ..1 i...(r-i,i.t ripn. In I hi'ir hnll um
fomiuerclul avenue, between Mxth mul f-ctenth
,trtH luUN II (iuUMAV, N li.
1AIIIO KS AMr.Mi:.VT, I O. O I,meet
Jiu U'lil-KellowV Hill on Hie Ant Mill thin!
Im-wln) In etcry liiiinth, ill liiilf-piit wtrn
I K ,I.A.K, 1: r.
CAIKO I.OIKii;. NO W7.A.K. A A JM
M11I1I nv'iil.ir roiiiiiiuiilciitlnin In .Sla
sonlc lUII. curiier (.n1111nerci.1l munie
nml KlKlilli street, on the unintl 11 nil
loiittli Momlay ufincli month
.Vol in- or Itrnioml.
I'mJInx the preneht tore room loo nmnll
tor our growing litiMnci. I Will, In the
latter 1111 t of fVbriwry, remote to ilia "in
clouilmllilinK lomi rly occtipleil hy Klllott
A- IU) thorn, when-, with Hi ltieioned ta
nnic, I will keep n larger Mock ol Houti
anil Hiooa than utir before. In the utcaii
.line, to atolil the c.pcni 0! motliitf and
to prcparo for prln trade, I will oiler my
Jiitlre Mock or winter Koodi nt aciual
JosT. Tumi ni'siims. uinl ureal bar
gain ure ottrrtd to tlio fortunate
llll-l-'JC-tl City Shoe Store.
.Mr. 1'. Kltcrnld lm Jut rcceltcil and
5i.ii on sale at hi xalcM room n large Mock
if IlnlMi ale, porter, Ilcnncy I'liimty
itnl wlne, and liquor of all kliii, tvlilcli
be will diipoie of at reaioliable pri-;.
Avivn February 11,91100 reward will
be jrlvci. 'or III y koi p.iyln day boirJcm
t I lie DcIj lili.'.t Hotel 1 week.
Fr.'i'lrotnsiilpliuraniJ other lininirltius.
Mikh Kednury lt, Jl.'WO reward tvld
lie (,'lven Inr tllly j? od paln' day lioirder
t the De'innnlto Hotel f I n week.
For tlie tut 1 1 ton . and the Iw-t yrailo of
Coal Oil, to; had of O. . lloiiUirKin,
comer Twelfth ..(reet nml oomtnorrlnl
Kitty to Seventy-lit 0 dollar per mouth.
A Kent wanted cverj where. Teaehoi. Ik
die. S'nU, ttc, etc. No capital or out
lay required, Send 21 cent for poti,'e on
outnt, to I). C. Wki.ciimav,
tl Irvlu Station. L'nlou County, Ohio.
0M'ii Fridays and .SitiinlBt - o.m.v.
4'lcnlilllira' l .Vent to Joilllnr.
I.indlolil. ul hotel and hoarding house
will liml It to tin Ir oihai.tne to call upon
Mr. C-iletnin, No I'J Fourth trect, be
twrun VV'i hlni;'on aud Commercial ntcn
tie, and ascertain her term tor iloln hotel
and hot ding house tvatboa by the week
Her tvholejle prl c are evttemely
low, Kor pleco work prlcci are
a tollow: single lilrt and col
lar, 10e; ptr dozen T!c; ock S; two col
lar, fie; twj lundkerchlel', he; et 'iOu;
and a I gentlemen wear, "ie. er
doen. I.idle' dreu, 'i" to &0r;
klrt'1'1 tD 2'Je; drwer 10 to 15c; two
pair hec f c: two collar .'1 to 1' c. Kor In-
dlei plain clothes l (Xl per dozen; lor la
dle line clotht", ft "i'l per dozen; ilnne
dromptly, and promptly delltered. Pa
The Ixst In the Slate fur cooking,
grate. tov.'s or stcain.
To kee peace in tlie taniily, buy a
Charter Oak Coal Cooking Stove, with a
mall quantity of 1'ar.idNc coal, and you
will always be happy. All the dlllerent
patterns both wood and coal for mlv at
"rock bottom" llgitre. by C. t . Hend
erson, corner Twelfth trcet and Com
mercial avenue. 2-10-lin.
Miliit ( liurli's.
U00J siuisle room 011 Iho npTcr tloor nl
the Saint Charles can lie bad, with hoard,
at the very low rate of 30 per month
The uuiU'rtlKiifi! will open In this city,
on the flrt day or March i.ext, a 1'arbh
school. While he will give to It 111 per
sonal nttcutlon uinl effort, the di-dpllne
and Kcncrnl lituiiti' n will be In lull
charge ot Mr-. 1' A. Taylor.
The chool will be opened, dally, u Ith
religion rervlce. The relUlou instruc
tion will, at all time, ho hacil upon the
ica.hliitfs ot Hie rrJtestant Kpl-copal
'Ihecouro nl Minly '.till cinlir.ice all the
common Ki'i;lli studies, the hlgliur ui.ithi
mallei, the natural reivne's, aud alio l.ntln
Tho prhi of tuition, for the term of
Mixtion week, will ho only eight ilolUrs,
I'AYAni.i: ix advanck. Thero will Le no
extra lrir(,'cfor any study, unliss (iciinan
should be required.
As tin Is a prWate school, application
forndmlfsion must lie 111 .ile cither Iq ilrs.
Taylor or to tlie Itector.
Theltcctor rcsrte toliltntef.a-d hereby
makes this n condition ol attnudunc) at the
l'arltli school, that tiny pupil whorelue to
submit to the (Helpline of the school,
may he expe'led, If, In the Judgment of the
lie tor, this I deimed best.
ClIAltt.CS A (Hl.llKUT,
Hector Church of the ltedccnier.
Arrr.it February lt, 1.000 roward will
tin glved for tilty good paying day boardcrj
.tthe Delmonlco Hotel ?1 a week.
The bet for gratci-, steam or black
II. gclimetztorfl'nnnntinccs to his friends
(il)d lorincr patrons (list ho has opcuod the
DELTA llAKKItV, corner of Nineteenth
aud 1'oplar streets, where ho will be pleased
to erect Iharn agali and an Aire them that
he can furnish fho best of Iresh bread, roll,
tc. Oksuink HVK HitKiO will bo nni'lo a
specialty. Try him agidn. 45-2-12-lm
If 1st I ' l.iiurli.
!eorgo LUtner torncrof Fourteenth and
WashliiKtou avenue, will furnish ho ealtcr,
sverv day to his natrons a No. 1 luncii, nu
Iwccn the hours of ten and twolvo o'clock.
Fresh Milwaukeo benr and fragrant Havani
vlgars to bo had nt his I ar stall tltnof .
Sl'NDAY, FKHKUAKY 21, 1878.
a.vnoi . i:.m r.M n.
: 1 1 r 0 1 1 Si": I'lnite annoUun- .I01IN II.
I'll I t.I.IS ou 11 ciiti'lldmr fur .tUjnr of Lull", ut
tlK vimiiIiik liiiinlcliial lection.
.Iiiniiiry 1, IsJS. .Mahv l.'imiN'.
I or Niile
A MeNVal A. Urban Fire I 'roof
with latent improved combination
Alko one Letter Pre.
'J-20-IIK. T..I. Kt'.itiH.
l'urlor nml Kitchen fiirnltiiiT. cooking
dove, and various other household nr
tlcies, for sale by Dr. WllllniiM. Call soon
nuitreeiire a burKaln.
ChmiBe nl llolililn'
Alter thU. date, on all purcha." Ui
10 cciiIh or tipwnrd. the balance of tin;
dollar will be returned In 'ifrfr coin.
Large stock of new goods Jut opened.
A regular roinmunlcatloii of Cairo
Lodge No. 1U7. A. F. and A. M. will
Ik? held to-morrow (Monday) evening at
7:150 o'clock. VUitlug brothers cordi
ally invited to nttend. II. F. IJi.aki:.
OiliM'rllowo .Vol lie
A Mecial inectlng f Alexander Lodge
No. 2JI, I. O. 0. 1'.. will be held at their
lodgt room an Monday evening, Febru
ary 2-M, for the purpose of conferring de
gree. A full attendance. U expected. Hy
ordercf the N (J. C. K. .Slack, . S.
;nr VVnllnr' I.ortiire.
At the Metlioill-t church UHiight, the
Hev. Mr. U'allar, will rejuat his lecture
011 "the Natural and Supernatural," In
place of the regular Sunday ert iee. In
orlolng, Mr. W;illar Is complying with
the rHpicit of n laiinber of our citizens
who were unable to hear the, lecture on
It llr-t ilelitery.
A tiooil Ilnnrillnc Ilonac.
If you delrc a good, well regulated
boarding house, goto Mr. Stites.on Sev
enth street, nearConmierclal avenue. Mn.
S. ha had conilder.tble experience In her
linn of buines, and knows how to treat
her patron, never falling to make them
comfortable and to teel at home. Her
table U always supplied with the very
bet,and served up in a manner to plea
the mo-t fastidious.
A (iiioil F.iruie.
The following I a Tcrbatlm copy of
an excti-e brought by a scholar to the
teacher of a dltriet school, not far from
this city. It Is probably not necessary
to slate that the w riter i a Justice of the
caee. The following Is tbe excuse :
"Statt of KIlanulM-,
Kllexander County, ( '
Whereas tny ".on John was bent by
order of lilt ed porent.' (Signed.)
.Ioiin .lusts. I'orent.
A Sprrll Nliin.
Judge Haker I now holding court in
Pulaski county. It hns Ihvii suggested
that there oii'Mit to be a special term of
the J0I111-011 County Circuit Court totry
tiie IlrMos boy, but It would be Impos
sible forjudge Haker to share the time,
as he will be kept constantly on the bench
from now until the regular May term.
As oon as he adjotini court at Mound
City, he will go tollardln county, alter
that to Fope, and from Fojie to Mas'ac
county. So It will be seen he will have
no time to spare.
Turner 'el lr(lill.
The Turner society of Cairo will give
an entertainment at their hall, on Mon
day evening, 22d int., (Washington's
birthday.) The programme will eon
slt of declamations, toral and iiiMtiiiien-
tal music, and dancing. The best music
In the city has been engaged for the occa
sion, and us the Turners are noted for
their enterprise in getting up the Ix-st of
entertainments a rich treat U in store for
those who attend their annual celebration
on Monday evening next. Don't fall to
go and enjoy yourself. 2-20-2t
lr. I'lirUcr" l.eclnrr.
To-night Dr. I'arker will deliver an ad
dress on KU'ectual Praver." Tho lecture
will be given under the auspices of the
Liberal Hellgioiis Association at their hall
on M ashiiigton avenue. F.very one Is
Invited to Ik present. Dr. I'arker stand
among the llrt speakers of this city, and
will handle his subject with a masterly
ellbrt. He has, wo are Informed, spent
much tlire in tlie preparation of his lec
ture, aud that he will even surprise his
old admirers by siirpalug any of his
.Sir. Willi') Abornrr.
Considerable excitement has prevailed
in tlie city during tlm pat few days,
growing out of the absence of Hon. II.
Wat'on Webb. Tho report hns been
circulated that he kit without the
knowledge of liU family, and Intends
to remain away from them. We blow
that Mr. Webb's family knew of his de
parture itiid that he has been In commu
nication through the mall, with his wife
and daughters during tho week just past.
In view of these facts It would be well to
suspend judgment In this case until fur
tber evidence Is heard. It U notvlse, at
best, to believe tue scantui mongers umu
the truth ol what they say can no longer
Tho Johnson County Ytoman says that
Cairo ladles aro discussing tlie woman's
rights question. A few weeks ago Mrs.
Dr. Ward ner, a lady of great ability, de
livered a lecture before a very large audi-
encuof the cctlzens of Cairo In favor of
woman's rights, and on last Tuesday
evening Mr. J0I111 II. Obcrly lectured to
11 full Iiouro lu reply to Mrs. Warduer,
taking tho ground that women "hadn't
ought to want" to exercise the elective
franchise. Wu hail hoped that the Cairo
papers would publish the remarks of tlie
Indies in full, but they have fulled to do
o. '1 here are people outflde of Cairo In-1
forested In (he subject of woman' rights,
and . it was Impossible for them all to
be there, many of them would like to
read the lecture". Can't tlm ItulUtin or
the Sun or the GnttUt publish them? It
U not too Inte yet. At leat. Iietter late
There are several "only Mrt-clas
barber shops" in the city.
llrand Master Lounsburygoe to Chi
cago to-morrow on Masonic bus!nes.
-Mm. L. wlir accompany 'I1I111. not, how
eter, 011 Maonle buslnes').
Mr. M. I). Moeller, agent of the St.
I.011U, Iron Mountain and Southern rail
rord at Charlcsion. wa tit the St. Charles
The parlor concert to be given nt
Mayor Wood's reldencj next week will
take place Thursday nlirht Instead of
Tuesday, as erronlottsly announced In
Dr. I. L. Williams U eonllned to hi
room with sicklies brought on by expos
ure and a too clo-e attention to business.
The Doctor and lady will start 011 u tour
fotitli, this week, for the hcm-llt of his
At tbe Literal Hellgioiis Hull, Dr.
I'arker s 111 deliver a lecture on "I'flectual
There will be service" at thuClmrcu
of th" lledeemer to-day as usual, at 10:30
a. in., and 7:110 p. tn. At the e.veuingser
vice, the subject will Ikj "Idle Words."
There will lw sjTt Ices at tlie Metho
dist church to-day nt 11 o'clock a.m. and
7-30 p.m. The subject of the morning'.
discourse will lie "The NewandtheOld."
In theevenlng, the Itv. Mr. Wallar
will repeal his lecture on "The .Natural
and Supernatural," hating been request
ed to do so by a number of citizens.
Dr. Thayer will preach hi the Pres
byterian church this morning and eve
ning. The subject of his morning's! ills
course will be "Songs In the night.' In
the evening his subject will be "The Sa
lutatory where, when and how
Call anil ltepniir.
The following explains Itself:
Caiko, III., Feb. IS. 167.1.
llr.v. J. L. Wai.i.ak : Stu A number
of ourcltl.eiis hating missel the oppor
tunity of listening to your lecture on
"The Natural mid the Supernatural."
re.iectfully ask that you will repeat It
on next Sunday evening, Instead of the
N. Linton, Z. D. Muthti",
Kobt. W. Miller, W. H. Oakley,
C. II. Phillips, E.S. Dewey,
C. M. Hughes, K. C. Uhl.
.1. Hlnkle, W. C. Wrk'ht.
II. C. Wllks, C. Win-ton,
W. K. Oholton, A. A. Haync,
G. H, (Irccly, C. Ilaiiny,
James A. Wilkinson.
Caiko, lu... Feb. 10, 1WT5.
Messrs. X. Linton, Z. D. Mathus,, Kobt.
W. Miller, and others:
In compliance with the wish rxprcsed
In your note of yesterday, I will rceat
my lecture on "The Natural and the Su
pernatural," on next Sunday evening.
Vours truly, J. L. Wallah.
IUverly'.s minstrels performed at the
Atlieiieum last night to a full hoile, the
audience being made up of the cream of
the society of this city. w ho. we feel per
fectly at liberty to say, were entertained
in a manner that did not fail to satisfy
their expectations. In the journals of
every city where this troupe have made
their appearance, may be found the ino-t
complimentary accounts of their ability.
Nor Is this mere talk. Tlie troupe cer
tainly is far ahead of any similar organ
ization that nas ever visited Cairo, though
this may be saying a good deal. The
first part of the performance was excel
lent. "The Day When You'll Forget
Me," by Henry Welling, and "Good Bye
Old Home," by J. W. Freetli. were very
line, and the ong"Vou'lI XeverMl the
Water till the Well runs Dry," by Thos.
11. Dixon was iildeed deserving of the 111 -rouriotis
appltuiso which greeted it when
fluMicd. As end men, George Wilson
and Mitt G. Harlow, are immense. Wil
son has visited our city 011 one or two
other occasions and won the good-will of
everybody, hut he never before showed
what he was made of to so much advan-1
tage as last night, l'riniro-o and West,
In their songs and dances are aUo n main
feature of the great show, as Is French
with his banjo. Then comes the Inlmit- j
able black Dutchman. 1). L. Morris w
may say, I a whole show lu himself, and
in tlie play of "Justice lu Ulack," he
worked the audience up tn a high pitch
of mirth. The company will leave Cairo
to-day for New Orleans, where they will
play an engagement of unusual length.
The Cairo & Vineennes Incline
plane is progresslngllnely.
Foster's ice house Is completed, o we
Capt. Hambleton, John Carter and a
number of Mound City people were in
The Cairo A St. Louis narrow gunge
railroad coal dump is being pushed for
Remember Dr. Parker's lecture on
Effectual Prayer" at Liberal Iteligloiis
The entire vote polled for Mr. Mill
key. the candidate for Slate's Attorney,
at the election last Tuesday, numbered
The next lecture lo take place nt the
High School will be delivered by W. II.
.Morris. A great treat may he looked
Do not forget that the Hev. Mr. Wal
lar will repeat his lecture on "Tho Na
tural and Supernatural,' at the Methodist
An exchange says that "Cairo Is full of
loafers and beggars, and Sheriff Ham Ir
vln has been capturing them by tho
There 1 some, talk of building 1111
opera house lu Cairo. Tlje people who
are tTorking this matter up have plenty
of the necessary wherewith to creet a
tlrst-cla" linii"'', nun y tins means an
the llrsi-cla.-s jinpauies, lutlielrjournles
from the North to the South, would vllt
The county Jail U not very well pa
tronized Just now. There an- but
few prisoners eonllned there nt present,
Sherlll" Irtln having taken several squads
Next Tued.iy evening, Mr. Wnllaeo
of this city, will i nteitalu a number of
young people at his reldenc on Com
In unolher place In this is. tie of the
IIl i.lkiin will be found a letter from the
future great city which will prow
Interesting to those who may llnd time to
The rumor that Mr. Ilrcee was run
ning for State's Attorney was faNe. Mr.
Mulkey was the only candidate and re
ceived In Ilazlewood, 40 vote; in Santa
Fe, 10; In Dogtooth, 10; In North Cairo,
111, ; South Cairo, HI. No votes were cat
in (.loose Island, Theln-s and Unity.
Clearereek has not been heard from.
The Johnou County i'tomau wiys
that "the small pox Is about played out
In Cairo, and that ieron need no longer
Tear to visit that burg. ' 1 rue, tbi; dis
ease li almost entirely disappeared from
among our people, there being but
two cases now In town, both of which
There Is said to be a dUcase of some
kind prevailing among the horses owned
In this city. A few days ago, Mr. Mike
Coyne pureha-cd a hor.-c, and when he
had owned him three days, ho laid down
and died. Mr. L. 11. Meyers, alo lost a
good mare. The, nature of the dl-cnse
we have been tumbled to learn.
Mrs. Winston Is again very sick, and
her recovery is despaired of. For weeks
past she has been hi a dangerous Mute of
health, but a few day ago she became
much letter, mid hopes were entertained
that be would again soon be well, but
-he has now relapsed Into a more precari
ous condition than before.
The Liberal ltellglous As-oclatlon
will hold a sociable at their hall every
Thursday evening from tills time forth
until niter Lent. A string baud will lx
hi attendance on each occasion and furn
i'h mulc for dancing. The asoclation
extend a cordial Invitation to all to lx;
present and take part in the evening''' en
tertainment. Letter Lilt.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
in the Post Olllce at Cairo. Illinois, Satur
day, February 20, 1S75.
Ilrown Maggie, Hryanl Maggie, Hur.
gess l v., Hoyd Hell, Itrolkaw llurttie,
Cook Mr. J., Check Mrs. L,
Evylsou Mary, Kllmoii Clary.
His'ey Flllis Harper Sue.
Mch'orkle S. A. Marthtau T., Moore
Porter Lticluda, Powers l'nchii.
Allen C. W., Andrew M., Anderson
S.. Atherton.T. II.
Hoyd, Edmou, Hanks. E. C, Haker J.
C, Burton Zaek, Boon .las., Brown J. A.,
Betih.unJ. P., Barry J. A., Bain! J,,
BlaNdell L. N.. Bradshuw W. II.,
Clarke C. 1!., Charlton J.. Coleman
Jn., Catcnder Kobt., Oolwcll F1I.
Doss Harry, Duiilap II., Davis W. P.
Gllnes K. F.. Glllon Patrick, Graff
Hamilton C, Ilogau Geo., Hlxon Hen
ry. ller.her II., Hayes K.. Howell S. H.
I.aehinond C, Ludecke F. Lyons G.
W Letcher J. It.
Major Ben, McCllntock G. S., Mitchell
J. K Moore J. P. H.. Murphy W. J.,
Maham W. S. C.
Hock A. J., Hoe A., Kobiusou C. C,
Kolaiid II., Kyiuu M.
Van DeMale, V.
William. H Williams C, Wright C,
Yelton W. B., Vaiit V., Youii Win.
.anone G. B.
Persons calling for the above letters
will please say "Advertised."
C.f.o. W. McKiiaio. P. M.
milKIIK I inure fun 111
,L (.lirunni l'l.L'l-'K than any
p.ilntisl nr prlntnl Mury Unit lias
win git rn t Hie iiutilic fur j cure.
Nfter lu'l'niv hi W11 iii'cnnli-il to
any pletuii'iir ! r pictures, tnc
iHiMiiliirlly lliese I liinnio nnve
alLiilnil Mil-. by twin IV
t'Vn incLm I'rl"-, lin itnllars
.ViMre onler to
.1 r IttDKIt,
(Mi-ally LoatoJ, Elegantly Fumisheil,
The Oommercinl Hotel of the City.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Pftpcr, Window Glnss, Win
dow Shndcs, &o.
Always on hand, Ibe celebrated llliinilimtliiK
Corner Elevsnth Street and Waahlntr
Cnrrfctnl Dally hy II. St Steams, cmmllon
merchant, Mrreturj- of lli Cslro llunnt of
Kloiir, nrrcnlhiK to Krnile WZK t
Corn, iiiIyoI, Mtrknl f(i:
Com, white, siicl.nl M'lje
Ont, liilnnl iitnic
Ilnin, i-r tun M'S.lnou
.mu. hieuin urieii isi iu
lliith r, i holrr .Surthi rn roll .... .... . 2.V
lliltter, cliolrc XoutlK'lii llllliol ...... il.JiV,
y.iex. 11 ili7rn MTc
l.hlrkrn, ryriluu'ii.. it 1.0
'turkeys, prriloirn 10 uoftir. 10
Applf, chilce, r liatirl .... i :.1 i
..)j1i -I, r.m mou, iKrlmrrrl... JwtS 7f
l'ointo., rlp-irnl M.Km
Onluii. titr liil - m i J
llitrkuimit dour 'lfsi
live Diiiir a.'ito
Cliiv.o, J cr oimil t.'.JlTc
Ai'tkii February 1st, 41,000 rewnrd wilt
be k I veil lor UTiy good paying day hoarders
at tho Dulraotili") Hotel ?l a week,
Those using base-burner Moves have
found just what they want In PAHA
Glllel's Baking Powder for sale
Try PARADISE COAi, foreooklng.
Glllel's Flavoring Extracts the Inst
lu use, and for sale by nearly every gro
cer. -Buy PAKADISE COAL.
AlTKlt Fehruiry 1st, $l,Ouo roward will
be given tor fifty good paying day boarders
nt the Dclmonlci Hotel 1 per week.
-All that have tried PAKADISE
COAL will use no other.
.Joe Itoi.oker I now In full control of
the Washington bakery, and hating learn
ed tho wants of tho public, Is prepared to
supply on call all demands for French loaf,
Boston, Brown and Graham bread, and
eterythlng else ordinarily lound In a llrst
cUssbakiry. He maintains a fui stock ol
confectioneries, and can, ns well s any
other dealer In tho city, llll all orders In
that line, Cakes baked, lroted or orna
mented on short notice. SC'.ia latteiitlon
given to the (inters of wedding or picnic
Call for the best Glllef Baking
Powder for It never disappoints the
Order PAKADISE COAL from any
Newly-tltteit, finely furnished barber
hop hy Gcorgo StMnliuu-e, cirrcr Com
mercial avenue aud Eighth street. V. ars
ol pract'eu have given him a light baud
th it 111 ikes a smooth s .avc delightful. All
vs ho try b m once will call again. All the
late dally papers are kept on his tible lor
the be tn lit ol Jus costomcrri, and there Is
no tedious waiting for turn. tf
Try PAKADISE COAL, the i honi
cst and best.
Glllet's Baking Powder the het in
use always reliable.
Table and Pocket Cutlery, and In fact
anything in the Hardware lino -noli as
Lock-, Hinges, Files, Nails, Pistol-, Cap?
and Cartridges can be had cheaper than
the chcaM'st by calling at my store, cor
ner Twelfth and Washington avenue.
2-10-1 m C. W. Ilv'.xiir.itsox.
1iihiiiiI hi.'iiiii 1'itiliii;.
Ctarlcs H. Newiand I prepared to do 1 11
kinds of ks and steam tUtintr, re nlrlng
pumps drttin; wcl'.s, hill hsngln;, ct.'.,
Shop on Cominerc'al Aienue, between
Ninth and Tenth street. lSI-l-'JI-ltv.
A useful woman (married preferred) for
two or tlirea wek. A'o h tlrl, about
f urtccn or tiltccn. permanently. Apply at
Dr. Wardncr's Cottacc, he wi en .Nineteenth
and Twentieth streets, Washington ate-
The attention of the public I-called to the
fa t that the City CouncM, by ordinance,
have directed tlie Collector to receive only
iu payment ot tho city portion of the tsxe.
1-gv currency of thi ('tilted State. City
warrants will therefore no longer ho re
ceived for any portion ot such taxes. By
the provision of Section 137. chapter 120,
Hurd's revision, the Collector Is required
to collect and return all pelsonal taxes by
the 10th of March next. Tills protl-lon
will he vigorously enforced, ami tax payers
will take due notice of tho t irt.
A I.E.N. 11. lilt IN,
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Hitipy Itrllrf for Voiiiii; .Mimi fnim thu
elTi'Cts of Krrors imit .those in iiuly life Jinn
lioil retunl. Iinisillmeiit to jlarrlase re
moved. New ineihwl of tir.itnit'iit New nml
remarkahli' iriueillrs llnolsniul circular sent
flee, in sealisl eincloi'i-s AiMici. IIUWAItl)
AsOCi.V! ION, ll'JN. Nllllll stnrt, PlilUilel
phlii, I'c , .111 Institution liaiinan IiIkIi rvpuu
t j on fur liuuoniblc coniluct ami pinlVslunal
skill . lou.l.l.Vil&H.lni
A good horse, top buggy, harne.-s, sad
dle, and bridle. 011 mwmabletcrni. En
quire of D11. 11. W.tiinxr.ii.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
Tn fell tilt. ( IIASI'.' ItKl'IIT.Sj Or, IS
KOItMAIION I'OH UVKItVIIOOV. in etiry
eniintv in the I nltil .sulc um. l 1111111111. l.n
lnrpl hy Hie I'nlilMiir l ins jiubi'i It con
tain fiirr'-V'io limi-t'luilil ivciiica, unit I Milteil
lo nil ela-e. uinl cuinllliini of ''iil A
wnmltrliil luiuK ami 11 Iiiiiim-IiiiIiI lu-n'nilv It
rll ut !-1 K 1 1 1 (irii'ti'sl InillU't'imiitB cur if
feliil to liok asriila. Samiile cniiie. wilt hy
mail. Lt mil, I'ur 12 r.ehulM territory
sli'n. Aki-iiI nmiv limn iluiililc tlieli' money.
Aililre-i, flit. UIANE'S SIKA.M I'ltl.YllXO
IIIlL'sK. ANN AltllOlt MKI1. (71-U-W-wSm
Till: MASU.N V jIAMMN
WINNKHS of Inrix' IiIkIiwI nuslal nml ill
iilnnia nl' hniiui', ut Vienna, 17.1, unit
I'arl., IMIT. now ollei'tfie lhit-t uuilimiit nl
tlichc.t riiblmt dikmii In the trnrhl, IucIikIIiii;
new i)If wiihnvLiit liiiiriitrineiita nut only
exchnlvi'ly I'ur cash, us I'mnieily, lint iilso on
new plans of easy ia incuts, the innt I'avnr.ible
ever ouvrcil Oivaiis iiulcil w Ith iniIU-),T ol
luivh:i.-e, lo ulnui't uuy iart of tin- country
Kir) liajinent n M or upwiinla
lltutratil cnlalnk'ucs ami clii'iilnv. tilth full
lurllntUr, tent fit. 1111 riiue.t AiMios
MABON fit HAMLIN ORGAN CO.,
lloslnn, New Vink or Chimin
Tow-Boat For Sale
THE Suherriher offers fur dale Hie bleaui
Towing Mcm-Whecl Hunt, Ike llaniiultt,
wllhriiKlue, machinery, tackle, iipiuuti uinl
fiirnltuiv a the nuw lie nt Culm, 111,
llerhiiKlh In Hi reet, her hrciullh il fiet, her
tvitlll A lift nml inr.i.iui'J '.'70 ton, Min In :i
lHiller'.'l fiet Idhk nml :VI ItuJii itiiiiuctt r. 'Jlilgli
iirciviin-eiiKiiii'-i wltlieyllinlert l7' htehi'sin
lianuii'i'iinil it firt atoki'i 2 fecit pump m ill
:hti 111 iliauietcr nml 17 lui'lii' atioke mul nil
iiioileiii IniprovcmeuU.anil i In ctery icihtI
itniinrli, iu, M oithy, nml in K"oil couillltnu I'or
mivlKiitioh. ForteniHiipiily lo.
S. S. Tavuhi.
Caiiio, 111 , NovcmWra, 171 IW-ll-M-tf,
O. N. HUGHES,
Over Mathnit & Uhl't.
tint-Class Ciimtmnlt'S reprc
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, np-iUln,
Tho Old tut Established Agency tn South
era Illinois, representing ovir
865 00 .000.
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Conl by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogshondH, for shipmont,
promptly attonded to.
fcaTTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo uro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tVH.illlilay Uro Dltlrc, No 70 Ohio I-eu-e
Ei-llulll.l.iy Um 'cMlurllio.it
r-.t K).IUn Mill, iir
Sj"At tlie i.oal Duinii. fmit of TliMly-lIUlit
f3"l'ot Olllce linixtcr. ).
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITT33U3G and ILLINOIS
KI'.I'I' ciin.lantly on Imml at Itu"' Ynnl
C'omiiierclal iiteiiuc, oiolli- llrnss
Onler irnuiitlr fllletl
(.'11.1I nml wihkI ill llti'leil lltv of ell irxc
Term strictly cli-li 3i;-lu-Cni3
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
tV 1 IIAM.IHAY, I'realileiit
HKNItV I. II.II.I.IIIAY, Vice I'lt-.t.
A II fAmHII), ;.ihler
tVAI.'I'KIt IIVisl.OI', A'l C.iehlir.
Staat Tavi.oii, H II
t r II.M.LIII.W,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSIT nvettisl nint 11 gincral huiiVIng
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1860.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
V II SAn'OliO, l'uileut
. h TAVI.OIt, Ice Pix.l.luit.
tV HYhl.UP, Bec'vninriit'ii-iiuii
lUllCLAY, ClIAS GaUGIIKII,
I hlOCKIXKTII, l'AUUfl. brllL'11,
I Cl'NMNUIl.ttl, It. I,. It.U.l.lllAt,
J l PltlLLIIIi.
TN" I'KMtaT paid 011 ilenosll at Ihe rnte of lx
X per icnt. per milium. Mnii'h ltanl Mtptem
Ikt Ut. Intercut not w Itlulnni 11 Is uililcil Inline-
tlltilely to the principal nl Hie ilepoll, lliiu ii)
Kitiuc ineiu coinpniiuu iium-ai
MARRIED WOMEN AND CUILDllEH MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DRAW IT.
Onen evi'l v hllalnif-- il:iv fl-oni 9a ill tn3ll 111
ami MitimUy ciciiIuk I'ur mivIiik ili-posll unl)
irniii u 111 e u'ciiieu
W. IIYSLOP, Treasurer,
laurUOHLY ItCMUIllKt Ml
ISamfl. I',ki, Uk l,c Uil. ulll i r mtv c.K.
KIwikI CtlD.ll llL.l . iHlpiwikg
)Ull El mill IV, 111 i.Jr, it Tvl
"Vy"ILI.IAJ It. SMITH, M. D.
ItKfllDEN'CK: No. Jl Thirteenth street, be
tween Washington avenue and Walnut street
OFFlCEi North shle of Eighth street be
tween Commercial and tVashtiiuton avenue
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
ItESIDliSCK Corner Ninth mul Walnut
OrFtCF.i Corner Sixth .street anU Ohio Let.
orriCK ItOtlUS: rrom0 m to 12m .unit
JJK. W. BLAITW,
OFFICII. Uuder's Mock, (up-italrn), corner
Eighth tn t ami 'liltiiton urenue
Attorney nt Iawy.
OFFICE: Olilo Ii'Tec, over room furrnarly
occtiiiel by First National llsuk,
JyJTJLKEY & SON, .9
Attorney nt Iair.
OFFICE Eighth Street, hettwn Commer
cial knit Wftnlilnxlon nvenues,
1 CAIIIO. ILLINOIS
Attorneys ami Counselors
OFFICE. Ohio Levee, rnoiiui 7 iul S oter
City Nutlouul ll.ink,
William II limn, )
William II liillii rt, J CAIKO ILLINOIS,
Miles Frcl'k Ullbert J
0Speclal ntlentinn Kit en tn Ailmiralty nnl
Then trill le an opportunity fur wii'ilenls lo
enter the L'ultersily, immeiliiilcly after the Iml
.Momliiy, Jniiunry I III, 1S7.1.
lullluii I rnr.i: to nil who nit M-nt hy County
SiiiD-riulenilent, Mipertl-iir, .luiltfin orhya
Itepn-i-nlntltr Illitrirt To mch, 1111 liielilriitnl
fi-enf Two Kiiltsr is chnrgi! r term, iiccnnl
lliir to the Mntiile
I'o others tuition In I hi- Normal llrimrlnient I
UM (ht term 1 in the PieiKiiiiliiry lliiuiitiueiit
$(JOn, unit In the Pilmary or MimIiI IH-iuut
mcut .' i
Tlio Instruction I Tlmroiicli,
nnH emhruci' Wrlllnir, Dmtrlnir. PIiikIhr. Cal
itheuics uml Kliiculiun, in aihlltlnn to nil tlm
Common nml IIIkIi M hool tui!e, nml I.H111
nml (irtTk, lliKherMnthtiiiatli'., tl'imistry nn'l
tioud iMiiinl can I' hint nt leasonahlc prices
t.1 .VI tn $..() iwTtici'k
Thef'iirlnK'li'iiu will 0111 Mnn1l.1v, March
Pith,l-r. .IA.M1.5 ltullAltls, M II.
o v n
1,011 1875 op
Seeds! Plants !
Implcments, Fertilizers, etc.
Numbering 173 pagen and containing 11 vo
UautlfulaiortitiiaUs, malted on receipt
of 50 cents.
Catalogue, without plates, free to ail.
85 Cortlandb St.,
BOX and BASKET CO
All klmU; bard ami toft,)
FLOODING, SIDIMG, LATII, &0
Mill nnil Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Slrcot and
Between Woahlnnton and Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington and Commercial
' Avenues, adjolntnir Hanny a.
KKKPS for file the lint llf, I'rk, Mutton
Venl. Lamh, tniiMKe, Ae . ami I pro
p.ii-cil to feite fumlllcs in uu acceptable manner
Wholesale, Retail and
7tr lioo ata
Corner Poplar and
13 loo It,
&53rniKhout Cuah Prioo
Hoks ana Cattlo.