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ASOAI.OS t.OIKIK, NO. SI
I'A Knight of I'ylhlnn, meets every Frl
a day night nt linlr-tMMt turn, in Odd
V Fellows' Hull - K Slack,
tli inr lliir Uominaoder.
AI.KXA.Vlir.lt I.ODUE, SO. .
fit. I....,. lent llnllT fjf Odd-Jill-
n ........ I . ....., i iniriuliii' nliM
T .1 lMilf-i.,..t inni. Ill Ihslr llllll lilt
(.oininirclsl avenue, between olxlli ami Seventh
HMUl JOUSII uwwi.i u.
C1A1H0 KSf'AMWIKST, I O (). K., meets
In Odd-Fellows' Mall mi the Hrt uii'l till nt
lueadiiy In every month, ul half-iaist writ
I,' K hl.AtK, I,' I'
A CAIIIO I.OIMJi:. NO !K17,A,F A A !M .
Hold regular duununlcntlohs In Ma
TtK sonlu Hull, eorniT Loiiunercl il uv-ntie
' 'iinil Hlghlu street, mi tlit second and
fourth Monday of euch mouth
Dot. Second and Fourth Btroots,
Wholesale and Httill lleulirln
Berliner Weiss Beer,
Soltzor and Soda Water, Etc.
rf-Alwava kis-in a Iimvv stock on liin J . and
U pp-paml to luriil.li mil supplies on very short
nolle', in iim" m rn mii-n.
(end In youronl-rs. 1 MMm
.Vnllce tf Iteinowil.
Kin ill ni tin' present store room too nnall
for our jjrowlnj; Inlr.c 1 w II, In the
lalter i .i i f tijlinmry, remove to the sp
clou build ng lo:m rly ocuplcd by KlUott
A. IU) thorn, wltt-f , with the Increased l.t
lilies, 1 will keep u larger slock ol Hooti
mil Shoes than ever before. In the uiburi
'.line, to avoid the cxpenio of mating anil
lo prepare for ipilng tridi', I will otter my
jntire dock of winter gooili at actual
Jour Tuis Is iil'sl.NKKH. ami grent bat
!ln are ult.-rtd to the fortunate
lOI-l-iG-tt City Shoe Store.
I'r h Supply.
Mr. rjl'ltgerald lu Just received anil
has oii'afe nt hit sail' room a Urge flock
"it I.'nglih ale, porter, Jlcntie-sy brandy
slid wines, and llipiors of all kinds, whlrh
he will disjiose of at reasonable prices.
An Kit February 1 nt, $1,000 reward will
)r given "or fif y good paying day boarders
it the Del . nico iloto' f I a week.
Aftkk Febrtiiry Nt, fl.'HW reward will
be i;ta lor tilty g: od psilng day boarders
t the Dc'inmilio Hotel ft a week.
For tho million, und tin lct jrniilc of
Coal Oil, to;iic hail of C. Y. Henderson,
corner Twelfth Mri-et ami r3iiinorcial
avenue. 2-10-1 in.
Kilty to Scventy-flve il'llar per monMi.
Agent wanted everywhere. Teacher, In
dies, gent", etc., etc. No cipltil or out
lay required, hend M cent for police on
outfit, to I). C. Wklchmax,
tl Irt in Station, l.'ulon County, Ohio.
Op'ii Fridays and Satnnlnyai o.vi.v.
'lriilillne i .Ned li iiilllne
I.indloidi ot liottl. and hoarding l)ou-c
will tlnil It to tlidr adaiitL'e to call upon
.Mr. L'jleman, No 12 Fourth treet, be
tween Wxlilngion and Commtrclal aui
iim, and nuettalii her ttniK t-r dnin; hniil
and boi'illug houc wahui by the week.
Iler whulcjle pr. n are extreiurly
low. For piece worV prlci are
an follow : .Single t-hlrt and col
lar, 10c; jier dozen 'Ik; ock two col
lain, fie; twit handkerchiefs &; eti "0c:
and all gentlemen'" wear, 7Dc. per
dozen. I.adlei' dre.-es 2.'i to fiOi-j
tiklrtil) tn 2')c; drawer 10 to 15c; two
pair hodc fic; two collars 5 lo H c. For la
Ucs il.iln clothfH l 00 jier dozen; lor la
die" linn clothes 1 i' per dozen; done
tlromptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
Tiiblo and l'ocket Cutlery, and In fuct
anytliliiK in tin Hardware line such a
Locks Hinges Files Nails Pi-tols Caps
and CarlrlilKi's can be bad cheaper than
the cheapest ty calling at my store, cor
ner Twi'lfth and Wahingum avenue.
2-10-lui ('. W. 11 knih-.h-on.
(lool siir.dc roomi on the uprer floor at
the Saint Charles can be had, Willi board,
at the very low rate of f .1) per month
Tho undersigned will open in tlili city,
on the llrrt day of March next, a I'ariOi
chool. While he will give to It hit per-f-onul
attention and eifirts the disclpllun
and general ir.stturtii u will he in full
iharfe ol MrTl A. Taylor.
The school will bo opened, dilly, with
religlouH rcrvicuK. Tho rclijilous Instruc
tion will, at all times bo based upon the
tea litriifst ol tho lVoteidnut Kplcopal
1 ho course ul study will embrace all Hie
common Kdk'Wi studies the higher inathc
mallei, the natural sciences aud also i.illn
Tho prion of tuition, for the term of
nlxtecn weeks will bo only eight dollar..
I'avaiii.i: in adva.nck. Thcro will be no
extra wharves for any study, unleei (ieitnan
should bo required.
As thin Is a prlfato seliool, application
foradmiislon mutt bo nudo either to Airs
Taylor or to the Hector.
Tho Itector rcsi-rves tohinicf,nnd hcruby
makes thin n condition of attand.inca at the
Parish school, thatauy pupil whorctuscj to
tubmll to tho diclplinc of the school,
may bcexpe'led, If, In tho Judgmont of the
Hector, thlo I rtr cmed bent.
CHAUI.K8 A. (ill.iu:nT,
Hf ctor Church of tho Itedeciner.
Arrmt February Ut, 1.000 reward will
bo glveil for tlfty good paying day boarders
Utho Dolmonlco Hotel ?4 a weoK.
A kooiI lior&o, top btt'gy, harnu.f ml
tUo, and bridle, on reasniiublu terms. Kn
"."Iroor Dii. H.Wawusbu.
TlIUItSDAV, FKIHIUAUV 23, 1875.
KmniH Hi's I'leaw niinmirin; .1 OILS' II.
I'llll.l.lH an a t'limlliUle for Mayor or Cairo, at
tin" tnitihig iiiiiiiii liul election.
.lanunry l, lc7J, M.tr C'iTI7:r.N4
I.ornl Wtiullier Itrporl.
I'aimi), III,, February SI, ,U.
II Ait. I 'I lit:
Wish Vi.l. Weaiiur
W. t Ural.
.V. S Uear.
2 ) III
THOMAS JoXKj Hrit. -S
-Mrs. TIkiiii:h Wilson died nt the roM
ilence ot her liusband, on Seventh street,
I'uiieriil Notice. '
The funeral of the late deceased.
Mrs Thomas Wilson, will lake plaee
from the family rwltlence, on SeNentli
Hreet, Ix-twt-en' Commereliil aud Wash-
In'Iou avnilicfc. this nfternooii at hall
pait 2 o'clock pri cUely. Funeral ser
vices will Im' conducted by the Jtcv. J. I,.
Wallar fipeclal train -:i injr tin loot of
Sixth street immediately alter the .'aim''.
IJelatlve, friends and ai.-'iilallitaiicvyol
the family are rcsjiectfiillv lnvltciLvto at
tend. ( onrerl.
The inii'lral entertainment aud limcli,
which wasv'lven by .Mr. Ivliiiund Hurf
nrr, proprietor of the Planter's House.
Iiit night, wn a grand all'alr. There
w.i a large and (Icllglilfiiiuiiilli iiii- In af
ti'iidantT, and tin' evening's cutertaiiiiiicnt
wasofiiM;ry enjoyable atiirc.
To-night th! regular .HK-iable ol the
MImthI Hellgloits A.ociatlon will ta ke
place. The ball will he thrown open for
the enjoyment of tho who may feel dis
posed to attend, and Klscnherg's string
hand will be present to tiinil-li muic for
those whoniiiy wl-h to pjx'ndthc evening
In dancing. A thl will w tlic iirintlpal
airiifement resort for the young folks of
Calroduriiig the next four weeks to come',
the sociable will no.douht lie verv largelv
attended. The hall, though not large. Is
one of the most plenatit place In the city
for demonstrations of this kind, nnd the
young tolks nerer fall to have a good
time when once they are within Its walls
A team of hor-e,, attached to a wagon,
rnNcil rjulte an excitement among the
school children, ami escrybody el-e who
chanced to lc on Waihington aveliui;
yesterday afternoon, by their frantic ef
forts to free themselves from the vehicle.
They started Iroin a point near the cus
tom lioil-c, and ila-licil down the avenue
to the .MM-slppl levee, and turned up
the street leading to the St. Charles hotel,
w here they were caught, before they had
done any damage either to themselves, or
N'enrlj ti riKlit.
Yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock,
the mate ot the steamer Capitol City be
came angry with one of the roitMer be-cau-e
he wanted to quit work. It seems
that the all roiister, becoming tired of
handling barrels boxes, etc., for his
bread, thought that he could procure a
situation in this city, and w ent to the cap
tain of the boat and got hi- pay without
faying anything about it to the mate.
The mate liecoine very angry, thinking
that the roiMcr did not pay due homage
to lilm, aud when he met him on the
levee, near thu Planters' I louse, he wanted
to whip lilm, but the roti-ter did not f-cl
dipocd to measure his .strength with
his former ho-s, and so the matter blew
over, though the pair made a great deal
itoic. aud drew a large crowd ofuieiiatid
boys around Ihcnl before they cooled
Wllllniii llnkley Has III I.v; Aiiipu-
Dr. Wardtu'r, insisted by Dr. .Smith,
amputated William Oakley'j right leg
yesterday morning. As we stated In a
previous Ismio of this paper, the limb be- I
gan to mortify on Monday, and Dr.
Wardner gave It as his opinion that even-1
ing that amputation was the only means
by which the life of the young man
could be siyed. lint the parents being
loth to have the operation performed, did
not consent to thepropo-itlon of the phy-
Ician until Tuesday night, and yesterday
morning the above named geu'Jeinen suc
ceeded In dolnir the itupleasant task, in
the ino-t skillful manner. It Is said that
young Oakley bore the pain occasioned
by thu ocrution hku a hero. The doc
tors think that he will now recover.
General itml County Agent Wanted.
An established I.Ke Insurance Com
pany of Xew York, Ik desirous of obt lin
ing General, County aud Local Agents,
in Southern Illinois aud Southern Indi
Those who are already in the business
may II ml this a more profitable coiinco
tloiij while to new, ii vi! mi'.n this may
prove a line opening.
The Company In question Is one of
good repute ami undoubted strength and
solvency, aud desires only Agents who
will make contracts based upon liberal
communions aud renewals.
Address full name, residence, details, of
experience, If any, and references.
P. O. Hox IWOj, NKvYoitK Citv.
Hurler tho Commercial avonue dry gosd
man lelt yesterday sltci-noon-or New York
city, where he will purchaso for liU spring
trade a large and nugnlllcent stoc of dry
po.ids of vory description, notions, etc.
Ilurgcr knows what; mr psoplo want In 111
1 nc, having luen In tho tri-!c In this city
lorg enough lo learn taelr taste, and will
if dotibtcilly govern ldl purchucs acconl
liul'y. He will not return for several ncckr,
It being lilt l .tcntlou lo roclire thu beat of
everything, but to tins Indies who uro In
noed of unyililn; lu Durgor'n line of busl
nets, wo would fay, watt and sec bis new
ttock before buy tig ultowhoro, O-2--4-0t.
Mrs W. I. JIalllday will ulngat thu
parlor concert, nt .Mayor Wood's to-nlglit.
The Ohio river went down one foot,
one Inch and a half yesterday,
The four o'clock train on the lllhioli
Central railroad wnj, from .some cause,
behind time yesterday afternoon.
Henry llrlehau received two car loads
of Milwaukee beer yesterday.
Mro. (J. O. Alvord will read at the
parlor concert this evening.
The question now U anked, who will
be the candidate for the olllce of City
Treasurer at the ensuing election?
Mrs. W. P. Wright w ill shi nt the
parlor concert nt the reidetice ot Mnyoi
Wood this evening.
The police magistrates are not rushed
with business jtint :tt pre-ent. They are
becoming illgtisted witli thu vacation.
The coal dump, now being built near
the point, by the Cairo X St. Louis Nar
row (hinge railtoad company, Is being
pushed forward at a very rapid pace.
Mr. C. Kobblns will sing at the par
lor concert to-night.
That horse disease is dying out In
till city. We have not heard of any ot
the critters living for nearly a week.
Miss Lulu Pace will play a solo at the
parlor concert to-night.
The Liberal Hcllgloiil'ts. will give an
other of their enjoyable jociable.s at
their hall to-night, hvcrybody Is in
Waller McKco will read at the parlor
The river, If the weather does not
take another change, will soon be open
again, and business will once more be
-Ml-es.icic PhlllU anil Lucy WII-
son will play a duet at the parlor concert
The frost Is nearly all out of the
ground, and the streets will soon be hi a
condition that will allow our citizens it
chant''! to it-e their horses and carriages,
which have so long been Idle.
Misses Kate ami Laura Yoettin are to
play a piano duct at the parlor concert
The salary of the city clerk has been
minced to nine hundred dollars a year,
and half the u-ual fees. There will not,
we presume, bo so many ap!raut. for
that position hereafter.
Mr. W. 11. Morris will entertain the
audience at the parlor concert to-night
wit ha beautiful solo entitled, "Hy-gone
The thieves who recently were so
numerous In this city, must have conic to
the conclusion that this was no place lor
them, ami have left to seek another field
of action, from the fact that there has not
been a burglary committed for several
Mrs. Lansdcn will sing at the jiarlor
concert, at the residence of Mayor Wood
It was talked about the streets yester
day afternoon, that a man was shot In
the leg. on one of the steamer lying at
the wharf, but what the man's name wus
who was shot, or who the man wnsthat
shot him, or what he "hot lilm for, we
were unable to learn.
The Delta City Cornet Hand will give
a select parly at Klugu's hall next Tues
The meeting of the F. F. F. literary
mid debating society, which took place at
the lgnal service olllce last night, was
not as largely attended as was expected.
The proceedings were very interesting,
notwithstanding, and thu young men who
base thu endeavored to organize a club
of this kind should receive more encour
agement. Mr. William Hendricks weare told,
will enter the contest for the oQlce of city
clerk, nt the ensiling municipal election.
We llnil by referring to the proceed
ings of the city council at their last meet
ing, which was held Monday night, that
the city, county anil United States author
ities are talking of erecting n building
outside of the city limits of the city of
Cairo, to be ucd as a pest-house, where
piTeons aillletcd with contagious diseases
will be taken care of.
Ml-s F.lla Steele will favor the audi
ence with an instrumental solo, at the
parlor concert to take place at Mayor
Wood's residence to-night.
Mr. Winter does not Intend to yield
the mayoralty of this city Into the keep
ing of any other man without a very
strong fight. He Is working night and
day, button-holing every man with whom
lie conies In contact, who, In his opinion,
can be persuaded to vote his way. He is,
it Is said, very sure that the pri.e which
he has worked fur so often, will at last
fall Into his hands. Hut then there are
others who are equally as coulldent of
success in the race for that otlice. -Mr.
I'liillis Is also a determined man, and will,
It Is asserted, go Into the tight with a zest
when the proper time hasm tived. itesidc
Mr. Winter and Mr. Ph!lll there arc
several other gentlemen who are expected
to show their hand before many days
have passed by. The race for the mayor
alty w ill no doubt be one of tnurt than
Miss Alllo Liiusdeii, who is said to
he one of thu lliuvt vocal musicians in the
city, will sing at the parlor concert to be
held at Mayor Wood's residence tills even
in?. Consumptive!, Talcs Nolle.
Keiy moment ot deuy malcea- jo ir cure
more hopeless, and lilticu depend! on tho
judicious choice of a remedy. '1 hn amount
or testimony la favor ot Dr. Sclieuck's
PulmnnlcSynip, as n euro for con-uiiipiiuii,
tar exceeds all that can be brought to tup
port the pretention of any nther'meillutiie.
.See Dr. Bclienck's Almansc, containing the
cottlflcaies o' many person ot the highest
respretaiiuty, wno uavo neen restored to
health, af cr being pronounce, 1 Incurable
by physicians ol ucknov leilged sblllty.
Scheuck'a Pulmonic Syrup ulono Ins cured
many, as theso cvbl-nces will show ; but
cure is olten promoted by tae employment
of two other remedies which Dr. Scticnck
provides lor tho purposn, Theso additional
remedies i0 S-'helii'k'a Sea Wted Toulo
and Mandrake Pills. Ily the timely use ot
theso mt'dl ins according to dlrcctlina.
Dr. Schciu'W ccriltlt'H that mo. t any case of
Consumption may ho cured.
Dr. Siiienck is professionally at his prln
cln 1 nttlco. Comer Mxth and Arch SU ,
Phllsdclphla. every MonJsy, wu-re all let
ters lor mlvlco must bo addressed.
To bp (Jlrn nt I lie Itrsltlrnrc ofMnyor
SVoml Ih In I!eiiliiK,
We are told that the nrrangetiietifs for
thu parlor concert, to bo given under
the auspices of the ladles or the Presby
terian church, nt thu re'ldencu of Mayor
Wood this evening, are all completed.
Among those who will participate In the
proceedings, whosu names nnd duties will
be found below, arc a tiumherof the most
accomplished literary and musical char
acters of lids city, which should lie n
guaranty to all persons who may wMi to
be present, that thu concert will lie of un
usual Interest, llelow wu republish the
programme of tho evening's entertain
1. Duet Instrumental,
Misses Jessie l'hlllls and Lucy Wilson.
2. Solo I'll Follow Thee,
Miss Klla Steele.
:i. Solo Instrumental,
Miss Lulu Pace.
I. Heading W. F. McKee.
S. Solo Song,
Mr. C. ltohblns.
0. Solo The Uetttrn,
Mrs. W. P. Wright.
7. Duet. Holy Father, Guide hU Foot
step Mrs. aud Miss Lansdcn.
1. Duet We LoveThee.Sweet Night.
Misses Iinogcnc and IaV Steele.
2. Solo Hy-gouu Hours.
Mr. W. II Morris.
.'I. Solo La Prliuavera.
Mrs. .1. M. Lansdcn. .
I. Heading Mrs. G. G. Alvord.
3. Piano Duet Sonata.
Mlascs Kate and Laura Yocuin.
C. Solo.....Take Me Hack to Switzerland.
Mr. W. P. Ilalliday.
7. Chorus Choir.
The undersigned have removed their
real e-tate otlleu to thu Court House, in
consequence of which they nredi-'rniis
of selling their olllce furniture, consisting
of 1 large safe (Hall'-), dek, etc. 'l'lio-e
wishing bargains will do well to call on
us. Lv.Ni it it Howi.i:v,
2-21-lt. Heal Kstate Agents.
Tv'ab IHl-AMMtM, llivrn Itai-oiiT, (
Kthrairy Is7.v t
rr ) in. rr. j is.
ft ' 7 Ii' n
11 ' .1 . 31 i
5 ; : ou
K 7 l1 1
Hotel and Restaurant
Two door! north of the Cairo and Vlnc-innea
WK. WETZEL, Proprietor.
TRUSTY watch Kept night and duy for
train) mid steamboat
The brut of arcominvUtioiis for tnnaient
guests at Two Dollars iwrdar.
ICE! IOE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPR0AT & SON,
WholtsiU nnd Itetall Dealers In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE i
At Hulen & Wilson's, Corner Twelfth St.
aud Ohio Levee.
WK run nn Ice siat-on throughout the
.season, ilcIUfrlriK' puis- lake lis- in any
urt of the city at the lowest mat art price, and
Hill ul.ofiirnuh ournicii'U out, Uleths city with
ce by the enkcor car load, packed ill awilust
or ahlumt'iit to anr distance.
"The Best Thing in the West."
Atchison, Topeh & Hi h E. I
Xj j. ktx s
Of the best KarmuiKsnd AKriciilluntl Jjinds In
America, sitiwlnlln and mar the ImiUlthil
(.ottonwood and tilrat Alkansus salleys, the
gsrdrnof the West, on
II Years' Credit, with 7 per cent. Inter
eat, and 20 per cent. Discount
f a it r. it k r u x n r. i
To purcliasf rs of Imu,
J3-Uicnlsr, Willi nup, KlTlug full Infoiina
Hon, seat tree. Ad he JOIKfJojri
Acting Ijml Comnilsdoner, Topska, Kan
aai, 137 l-7-w.1m.
Steamboat, Hotel and Family
AND DKSLin IM
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggs, Northorn Buttor, &c.
Between Washington and Commercial
U-Oood dil "red firt'of chsrire.
Glllefa llaklng Powdcr-for cale
Afriu February 1st, 81,00') rewnrd will
be when for tlfty good paying day boarders
at the Dcimunlcu Hotel $4 a week.
OHIcC I'lavoiing Extracts the best
In use, und for sale by nearly every gro
cer. Aftkh Fcbruiry 1st, $l,i reward will
be given lor tllty good paying day boarders
at tho Dclmonir) Hotel $1 per weak,
toc ItoLekcr Is now In full control of
thu Washington hsVory, and hnvlng learn
ed the wutit of the public, is prepared to
supply on call u 1 demands for French loaf,
Iloston, llrown und Oraham bread, und
oerytlilnx else ordinarily found in a llrst
class bik. ry. He maintains a fu I stock of
confectioneries, nnd can, as well m nny
other dealer In the city, till nil orders In
that line. Cukes baked, fro-tcd or orna
mented on short nntirc. Speila latleiitfoti
Klven to the ordets of wedding or picnic
imrtlrs. n 12-tr.
("all for thu be-t-Glllet's llaklng
Powder for It never disappoints the
N'ewiy-fitted, finely furnlslud barber
s'io,i by Ucorge .Stelnimu-e, c irner Com
nicninl ascnue anil Kie'litli street. Y urn
otpraetco base given him n lllit hand
tint mikes a 'mouth s'mve dellifhtlul All
Mio try bim once will call nt'aln. All thi
li'o tally p.oers are kept on Ids tsblo loi
the benefit ol his co'toiucrM, and there Is
no tolmtis wul tins,' for turns tf
UllletV Baking Powder the liest In
use alwavs reliable.
II. .SchmetzstoriTannounccs to Ids friends
nnd loriiier patrons tint he ha openml the
DLL-TA HAICKItY, corner of Nineteenth
and Poplar streets, where he will te pleased
to greet them again, ar.d assures them tli it
he can lurulsli the best of Ircsh bread, rolls,
etc. fir.M' ink ltVK. HltiCAU will bo made a
specialty. Try lilm again. IVid-.'-lm
ficorgo Littner tornerof Fourteenth and
iVathlngtiiu avenue, will furnish lie caller,
siery day to hl patron-a No. 1 lunch, be
Iw een the hours of ten and tw elve o'clock,
r reli .Milwaukee beer and fragrant Ilasaiia
:lysr to be had at his I ir at all time'.
To keep peace in the family, buy a
Charter Oak Coal Cooking Stoxe, with a
small quantity of Paradise coal, and you
will always be happy. All the dillerenl
patterns both wood mid coal for sale at
"rock bottom" l.gurcs, by C. W. lend
crson, corner Twelfth street and Com
mercial avenue. 2-10-1 m.
otlrc to Consignee-..
Illinois Ck.ntkai. It. It. Co.,
General Ag nt'.s Olllce,
Caiiio, Feb. 22, W.'i.
On and after Tuesday, thu 2:id, con
signees will be allowed twenty-tour hours
to unload their cars'. A ilemurage ot $."
per day will lie charged and collected for
each 21 hours, or part thereof, on all cars
remaining over. Jamks Joii.nmj.v,
2-23-31 Genend Agent.
To AKKrilMite llj Htiriisln,
Introduco Alcohol into the stomacli, and
th'reby rob llm dl'esthc tluld ot Its solvent
pBwer. Hituratea piece ol broad and meat
with gastric juice, and It will dissolve,
Tl.li Is digc-tlon. Add to such a mixture
a Utile alcohol, and It will not ill sclve,
I hl'llliistrates indigestion. Ueware, then,
ye dyspeptics, of tincture-, Infusions or do
coctlons eoniulning spirituous liquor
Uun all such ruin "tonics," and rely solil.s
on Dr. Wnlke V Vlnrgar Hitters, tho tlnsst
herbal lnvli,'ornnt kiuwn, mil free frcmibc
tiery curie of AIcjIioI. 2-16 d'W'-lui
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Happy Itelirr for Voihik .lien from
rffcetH of Krrors nnd Abuses In irly life .Man
homl rvatorisl. Inincttirnciits to .Mmriiize it.
moved. New- innhoil of treatment New aud
remarkable iriiifilirs Hooks ami clrouUrs sent
fKr, In seileileurelua-i. Address, IIOW'AItt)
ASSOCIATION, llN. Ninth trrst. I'Ulladel
liU, Pa., an In-tltiitloii Imvinpa MgU reputa
tion for honorable Conduct and in)fi-sionl
L'orrrcled Dally by 1! M Slsini, cnuimis-ion
iiwrclmiit, .rt-rttiiiy of the iitiiu llounl ol
Flour, acconlhiK to gnur 41 (wsu l
Com, mixed, sackeil (a;ic
Corn, litle, sucked f7i;
Outs, lulxist Cnivic
Itntn, per ton ftv'ioin
Mml, slftiiii dried .! 70
Putter, choice .Northern roll.. .'x:
lluiler, cliolte M.nlliirii Illinois . ;o j.lc
Kirirs, .enl.ien (4V7
Clilekens, rriloen tlio
Turkejs, prrilocn 10 Oiui;, hi
Ail-s, choice, per bantl i .Via:)
Aiile-, common. r bairel tJWj'J T.'i
l'olatoes, s.r barivl l3 0il
Olilona, pur laim-l (..IK)
Iliickwlirat flour M.'JJ
Uve flour ' 5 70
U;ii c, rr Kjund 14 17c
BY virtue of three setrrol executions to ni
directed by the clerk of the Circuit
Court o Ale.xnnder county. In the Mate
of llllunls one In favor of lianiil I'llce.
one In favor of Patrick Mockl.ir und
one in finer of llcniunl .McMnnus, nnd ull
a;ulnst the L'ulro and Vinrenues Itiillioul com-pauy-
I have li-vml upon the following described
jiroperly. In the county of Alexander und Stale
of Illinois, lo-w It I-ots numlH-red one (I) mid
to(.'), in block numliciis twrhe Hi), mid
lota nuuibereil seu-n (7) nnd i lxlil (s), In block
numbered Oveiity-thnv (il), lu the First Addi
tion to the city nl'l'ulni, In the county of Alex
ander Hint State of Illinois, its the proper!) of
the said Cairo and "l men lies Italliou'irouipauy,
uhlcnl shall infer ut public sale nt thcsouih
west door of the Court lloii-e In the city of
Cnlro, in the couiiIt of Alexsmk-r nnd .-Sl.-tlr of
llllnoi.. on the -Jiithday of February, A, I).
IiC.S, nt the hourof eleven o'clock, n. m , lor
rssti, to satisfy said executions
AI.K.N It. tltVIN,
Mierlffof Alexnndire-juntv, Ills.
Calm. Feb. 4. Ib75. 5l-0-t-u3t
Notice is hereby plvin thnt the tux books for
the jc.ir IS71 nave been dacei lu my hands,
und that i veil lieut the following nanuil plnces
ut the time below aet forth, for the purpose of
rollcctiiitf the luxes of snld e.iri
l.ieur trrn k 1'ieehirt. Cully A .Marchlldon'a
store, Feliiunry '''., Is'S.
Clear L'rcvk I'leclnct, It. A, ljbnunson's
store, February 'il, If75.
'llieli.s I'l.-einct, .1 i UolvyinK's store, Feb
ruary ill, 1S7.V
Santa V 1'ivclnet, Win. Iieland's store, Feb
ruary a.1, K5, I
iioose 1-l.unl Precinct, O, Orwnlc's store,
Frbmury w, 1C7.V
llDi'loolli 1'rniiicl, N, Jliuiiucker's house,
February '."7, ItoV .
Unity Precinct, Hodges A, Alhirbm's store,
March I, ls73 (
Ibizleivood l'rcclncti Ueoree VC, Shoit's store,
llrliiK your last year's tn "reeiipts, as it Is un
safe to trut to the lav boutoi alouo lor descrip
tions of land.
Caiho, ill,, January 0, l1iu .
AI.KX1 HI tltVI.V,
IM-l-U-wtd District ColUttor,
yiLLIAM II. SMITH, M. D,
UCSfDKNC'K .Vo SI Thirteenth street, be
tween Washington avenue and Walnut street
OFFICKi. North side of F.lKlith street be
tvreri Commercial and WnshbiKton avenue.
Q W. DITNNINO, M. D.
UF.SIDKN'CK: Comer .Ninth and Wnlniit
OFFICKi Corner Sixth street and Ohlofvee.
OFFICK HOi;itHi Fromfi m. to 12m., nnd
Yum 2 tod p m.
jjn. W. BLAUW,
OFFK K tinder's Jllock, (up-slalrs), corner
KlKhtb stmt and WnshlnstoH avenue.
'JAMUEL 1'. WHEELER,
Attorney ut Law.
OFFICII ' Ohio Ievee, over room f.irmerly
occiiplnl by First National Hank,
Q.REEN & OILBEHT,
Attoriioyw ami CouiiuvIoin
OFFICK Ohio l,evr, rooms 7 nnd 8 ovei
William II Oreen. )
Wlllliiiu II llllbert, CAIKO ILLINOIS
Miles Freit k lilllwrt )
, Ci-"!!!! nttentlon given to Aduilnltr and
ron 1875 oy
Seeds! Plants! )
Implement, Fertilizers, etc..
btmtfulaitond Va,matlcd on receipt
of M cents.
Catalogue, without plates, frM to all.
35 Cortlandt St.,
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds 1-iml und soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATII, &2
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Between Waahlnston and Commercial
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington und Commerclnl
Avenues, udjolnlnt; Ilaiiiiy's.
Ki:i:i' l..r mlc ll.e l-ol llor. r,ik, .Mutton
Veul, IjiiiiIi, 'iiusage, Ac . ul.il Is pre
p.sreil lo kmc iniiillies lu nn iicni table manner
Wholesale, Retail and
Wiloox'B 23 loo It,
Corner Poplar ar.d Eleventh Streets.
CSTHighcBt Cash Prico paid for
Hoch and Cattle.
LIVE AGENTS WANTED
To fell Dlt t Il.VSh' KKCIt'KNt Or, IS
FOltM.UIliN Hill I.VKUMIOIIV, hi every
cnuiilv III the t'nileil Stall"! an-M'anudaa. Kn
lanf'il by the Publisher to CIS pages It con-lain-
ovir '.'.msi lioiiM-liold nulpes, und Is sulteil
to all rl.tiM'i und coudltlona of society A
wonderful book and a household mcessity It
ells ut sight (ireutest inducements ever of
fered lo laiok agents. Sample copies sint by
mall, post paid, lor l. Exclusive ttrrltoiy
giveu Agents more than double Ihelr money.
Adilreja, lilt. CIIASF.'S S'l'KAM 1'ltIMl.Nli
iiousi:. ass Allium micii. t-i-n-.u-wiim
Tow-Boat For Sale
"PHI II Subscrlls?r nfl'eiit for side the .Steam
X 'lowing Mirn-W liirl Ileal, Ike llanuultt.
ivilheiigincs, miw hiurry, tackles, apparel und
luruuuie us sue no,,- nea bi i uiru, ma
Ilvr length is 142 fret, her bn-adlh i s
leptliS livl aim meaaures '.'70 Ions
boilers V tret long und 91 Inches
presstiieengliici Willi eyllude .
llvpieter and I! feet stoke i LATIONS
;Iiis in illaiuetcr unit 17 '
model n Iiiipruveiiients.ars, Ac.
ituuufh, its worthy,
navlgntloh. Forli-un 15 to 25 copies a
.-clnu-ii luiL-i'S nuil terms
Caiiio, Ills,, V It sells taatcr than nny
I hlcntrn. Ilia . or si, I.nitla
, .-SUUUUUI I'UUllSIUUK vu
Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ol tha
Itepuhllcfefrparty, and rcfusn to be tram
mellei s dictation of anv-cllrpie in tlm
I'. believes that the Republican party has
fulfilled Its mitstoD, and that the Demo
cratic party as ntiw nrgnn'red should be re
stoied to power.
It believes the Radical tyranny that has
for several years oppressed the South
should be ovirthrownar.il tbe people of tbe
Southern States pc:mlttcd to control their
It believes that railroad norporaMons
sbou'd be prohibited by legislative e tact
mi nts from extorting and unju-t1' dsscrlin
Inattug In their business traniactlons with
It recognizes the cjttality ol all men be
foro the law.
It advocates tree coin errc tarlLr lor
It advocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest pvviucnt of the public
It advocates ccononi) in the administra
tion ot public affairs.
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Hull, tin will puhlUti a',1 the b cai news
1 1 i.airo. and a variety of Commercial, t'o
litical, I'orilgu nnd fleuctal Jievit, and en
deavor to plcanu all Us ten aud li.tcrest all
T II i:-
Is a tlili ty-ivvo column paper, tiirni bed to
subscribers for lie low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Post'fe'e prera!i It Is fho cheapest paj er
In tho West, and Is a pleasing Fireside
Visitor and Family Companion.
Cannot fall to see the unrivaled Induce
ments offered by The Ilulictln Is the way
of cheap and crotltablo advertisements.
viilro, UN .
., her bnadlh il feet, her
...easures '.Til tons. Mie has 3
i lotus nml an Inches diameter. Shign
). ,,,.1.,.. ...in, ..vlli,,l. rj 17l Inches in
nsmeter und a fist stoke 3 ftssl pumps ln
thcniuilliimetrr and 17 inches stioke and all
mmlun Improvemenls.aud is In every respect
staunch, nu worthy, aud In goo.1 condition for
navigation. For terms ''l'lll0jJ TAVUIK
Caiiio. Ills., KovemWr 3. lnjt.' 4Uft-ll-v-tf,
liHaVlP'i'' iVi i.iniiuii il in'im
IfiurfJjiMir iiiwillltsTiPslWlklflllk. m
lisnpUi-s.kU-l.oltk etl-. U.t, slWS l-t lAr -Mtt.1
IriMsst rssls.U wllk-st (k.rr.. Taa Ii-lIjI