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ASf'At.ON LOIKJE, NO. 61.
KiiMiIk of I'ythlm, mwU evwy J'rl.
ilar tilxlit nt half-pail vfii, in Odd
IVltiiu' ILill f . kLAtK,
alexanmiu lowik, no. mi.
Imleeiiieiil unier or unu-ni-Slowi.
meets every 'Ihurmlay nlaht
at hiir-tiantkcrcn. In their hall on
Commercial a mint-, letwe-ii Mxth anil Seventh
irteti joun 11 uosmmax, n
CAIKO KNCAMPMKNT, I O, O. '.. tnrat
in (Md-Fellowi' Hall on Hi-: l! rat and llilnl
liif I'Uy In every month, at luiU'-paii seven .
C It hLACK, C. V.
CAIKO I.ODOK. NO. 237, A . V. A A ,.M
eoniinunirauona in .im-
mAr HoM rriruUr
Xj Konle Hall, cor
' nj Eighth nil
corner Commercial menu
Ma-liih lrt. on Hie econd and
fourth Monday ofraeh montli
Notice of llcniiiil.
l"lnJln the present "tore room too mall
for our growing bulslncn. I will, In the
latter jia't of Kcbruary, remove to the pi
elou building totm rly occupied by Elliott
.1 Iiaythurn, where, with tlio Increased la
:iltlc, 1 will keep a larger mock of lloott
ind fclioca than ever before. In tho mean
;lme, to avoid the c.xpcmc of moving anil
to prepare for spring trade, I will oiler my
sntlro ftnek of winter goods nt actual
cost Trim U nusi.NKbH. nnd grent bar
ralim ore offered to the fortunate
City Shoe Store.
Mr. 1'. Fitzgerald ha Jual received and
iiai on aale at hli nalci room a large atock
if Kngllfh ale, porter, Henncny brandy
jiii ivlnc, and llquori of all Linda, which
b will dipoe of at rcaaonable prices.
Tor tin: iiilllloii. ntitl the best iraiK' of
Coal Oil, to; had of C. W. Henderson,
corner Twelnh street and commercial
Kilty to Seventy-live dMUm per month.
Agent wanted everywhere. Teachers, la
dies, genu, otc, etc. No capital or nut
lay required. Send 20 cent for postage on
outfit, to I). C. Wklciiman,
tl Irvln Station. Union County, Ohio.
Oix.'ii Fridays anil Saturday only,
i iwiil hvr llrr.
Landlord ol hotel and boarding houe
will find It to their advantage to call upon
Mr. Colemin, No 12 Fourth street, be
tween VVuhlngion and Commercial aven
ue, and ascertain her term for doln'i hotel
and boarding houc wahc by tho week.
Her wholesale price arc extremely
low 76c. per dozen. For piece work pr.ee
are a follow; Single sldrt and rnU.
A Horso for Sale.
FIUDAY, MAHCII fl, 1975.
lltiltou HtX. I'leaae announce JOHN II.
I'JIII.I.IS an a enndlilate fur .Mayor or Cairo, at
the tnnulnir municipal election
January a, itfifi. .Makt tmzr.M,
lMrn Wciillirr Iteiurl.
C'aiii'j, III., March 4. 175.
Tint:. Hak. Tnr.. Wi.iu. Vil, Weather
7am .7)27 il N K. ;lear.
11 ;nM' K. I Kalr.
ip.m. .Tl.Kil 31' ' K. 1 Tlirrat.
IIIOMArt JONilS, yrtU H- S., C. S. A.
A lirst cla cook, an tuitnarrleil wo
man wlilto preferred an llnil steady
employment ntj;ool wage. Apply at tin;
ilri.i.Ki in coiiuliiiK room. 'M-iii
Trliil "I' ItokK.
The pnllmlnary trial of Jack HrM, wlio
iniinlered All ' Ollibs a nc'ro woman,
in tlua city la-t Sunday tnoriilnjr, wm to
have taken place before Judge linn at
the court liotiw; yectenlay afternoon, !ut
owing to the noii-apticanuice of the wit
nefaex, the exainlnatlon wa po.itiioned
until to-lay nt two o'clock.
Alleiillon linlKliI of t't lliln.
There will le a regular eon veil
lion ol AmsiIoii I,olge, Xo. 51,
Knlxhts ol Pytlila-, held at their
Castle Hall, this (Friday) even-
In, at 7:30 o'clock. A Hill attendance 1
earneitly dwlred. Vhltinj' Knights cor
dially Invited to attend.
Will K. Hawkin
Tlie Alrxmiilcr I'oiiiilj lnnk
will Ik; open from 0 to y . 111., on
Vetlne.-days nnd Saturday1 for bu'lnei-s
In the Savlii'' departieut. Interest
paid on time dcpoilb'.
Tlir l.ltirral lU'lliflullt Sorlnlilr.
The LllK-ral Kellglous .Sociable, which
took plaw on Wednesday evening, wa
very well attendid ar.d a very plcii'ant
aflair. The excellent inti'lc furnUhed ly
F.i-cnburg'i'f'trlng band was all that wa
necessary to make the heart of the
young folk glad, and the cordial treat
ment that they alway receive at the
hands of C. It. Woodward ami Dr. 1',. S.
UriL'ham. Is evercnleu!atedto!nurethem
..1. .. - - ---l ;.l.'imi'vaif.
will' run an Iw wazrn throui-hout the I they Were u
rnion. ilellririnir iitirv lake ire In anr
art of the city at the lumut narket prire, anil
win ajoiumin our nienua iiuuim ir.ecny uiin
uy me cake or car loan, packeu
anivmenl to anr ilUtance.
put 111 an app'Mrance and held a confab
with the committee appointed by the F.
F. F. society, lor the purpose of coining
to some dellnlte conclusion In regard to
the consolidation of tho two clubs. Af
ter considerable parley n consolidation
was cilectcd, and this evening a meeting
of the members of both clubs will be
held, when ofllccrs will bo elected, and all
the ncceary arrangements for putting
tho society In running order will be at
tended to, as well as selecting 11 immn by
which the organization will be known.
A GOOD WOBD.
"Vertln," of llopUlimvllle. Hon
(urky, Approclnte 'lro. llrr Ail
vantnise na n Mnnurnrlurlnit City.
Nan N tlu-Tline.
Hoi'Ki.vsviLLi:, Ky., Feb. !W, 1875.
Caiko Hl'LLkti.v : The irecnt winter
lias fully demonstrated tho great advan
tages that Cairo nfl'ords as a places for car
rying on a large and prosperous manu
facturing buInes. What Is neceary
for the succesz-ful prosecution ot manu
facturing l that there should lw abund
ance ol cheap fuel, eay acces to raw
material, a large ami gol market, with
facilities for reaching It cheaply and
leedily at all seasons of the year. Cairo
has the whole South and Wet oiK'tt to
her witli lictter f.ielllties for reaching all
the .South than any city in America.
Cairo Is bound to be a manufacturing
city. Nature has marked her out for one.
Whilst other cities In the West have been
Ice bound the entire winter. Cairo bus
enjoyed uninterrupted navigation her
magnlllcent wharls crowded with com
merce. Xow Is the time for men who
want to enjoy the benefit of her great
future to Identify their fortunes with her.
Never again will bo all'onled such oppor
tunities for making safe and protltnble
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
the largest Invoice of WotcnholmV,
ltoger A' WadoV, and llutcher's cut
lery, ever offered in Cairo, nt lm)orters'
price.-,; also a large n'sortmentol't-eU-or''.
Tlie goods are 'now on exhibition, and
comprise the Illicit articles of the kind
ever brought to Cairo, all of which will
l sold nt prices that defy comiictition.
Call ami m o foi yourrelves.
Cur. Sixth Street and Commercial.
To keep peace in the lamily, buy a
Charter Oak Coal Cooking Stove, with a
finall quantity of I'aradUe coal, and you
will always be happy. All thedlllerent
luttern both wood and coal lor i-ale at
. 1 ... ti .1
"rocK notioiu" iigurcs, uy v., n. iieim7
erson, corner Twelfth street and
mcrclal avenue. "J-lO-lin.
Just Itcculved, and for elo heap Jo the
trade, Xcw York KAIll.Y ItOSCSEED Fo
tatoes and other kinds.
Clover, Timothy, Itcd-trp and other
Top Onions and choice garden ced,
both In papers unit bulk.
Flows and Flow Harness.
Also a lull line of gioccrles.on which we
shall otTcr extra imluceiccnU. v
Wo ari now opening tho. Ilntst, linopt
prints that has ever been brought to Cairo,
Wo oiler bargains In all Ilncf.
20-2-28-rit. ,Nr,w voiik StoiiiI-
liny llonrilem., .
Two or three gontlemcntlc'au bo accom
undated HWAy board. tiaueoon WaU
nut, botweo4PR-fi)tl nniljjfiightll. Apply
Onehtilfo'f tholarco two ktorv double
brick house, ou"TwentIotf street, between
J A co 11 Kl.KIN.
To ABtfravnt I)jap iiln,
lutrodtico Alcohol into tho stomach, and
thereby rob tlio digestive fluid of Its solvent
power, Siturate a piece ot bread uivl meat
with gastric julco, ami it will dissolve,
This is digetlon. Add to such a mixture
11 little alcohol, and it will not ih solvo,
Tlifslllustrutcs indigestion, ttcware, then,
yo dyrpcptlcs, of tinctures, Inlmlonsor de
coctions con'nlnlng spirituous liquors
Hbun all such rum "tonics," and rely solely
on Dr. Walker's Vinegar Hitters, the lines!
herbal invlgorant known, ami freo from the
rlery curse of Alcohol, 2-10 dw-lm.
In glancing over one of the pcrirxllcals
of the day, we notice the following In re
gard to Harry ltoblnson, the manager
and proprietor of the troupe which will
visit our city next Tuc-day and Wednes
day. The company is a good one, as may
be seen by all who will but glance at the
many words of prale lavished upon them
by l"he press Juid public. There are few
men now hi the minstrel profession who
hare gained such a reputation as Ilobln
son, as a manager nnd proprietor, and
among hi troupe may be found .1. C.
Murphy, George KuMache, Green and
Sadler,and others, all of w hom are high
ly spoken of. 01' Koblnson an exchange
says: "During the summer of 1872, Harry
conceived the idea of putting a Mhi'trel
Troupe on the road under his own man-
he. did so, putting leforc the
tOi. ,..,l, L.. I.',1 Mini. All.
determined that she shot,.'' ,
Frince d'Onrang Outanir. The mV? 10 1,0
io-ed the matter to the Trlnce. "'C wall
Hoblnson's Minstrels will be here
next Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Methodist sociable nnd concert
lat night were a grand sticees.
The strtetn are still very muddy,
and the corners arc held up by loafers. t
The F. F. F. and the Voting .Men's
Sociables have consolidated.
Traveling men Irom Uoston nre
numerous In these parts Jtutjuow.
A number of Mound City people
were in town yesterday.
Foster A Itexford's big Ice house, sit
uated below the St. Charles hotel, iscom
pleted. One.ofour Liberal I'ellglous friends
seems to be out of humor with the editor
or the Sun, nnd makes no bone" ol say
The Liberal Kelllonlits had it very
unpleasant little joke played oil them
Wednesday afternoon by a lady of this
"There Is no rest for the weary,"
said a big loafer who was lying on the
stoop ol n hou'e on Washington avenue,
The Itevercnd .Mr. Tlwycr and his
family, we are told, will leave this city
for Vlncennes, Indiana, next Thursday
Mr. W. J. Snyder, who represents
the hardware establishment ot J. Clark
Wilson, dealer In American and Foreign
hardware, of New York, Is hi the city.
The next lecture at the High School
building will take place on Tuesday even
ing, when the l!ev. Mr. Wullar will ad
dress the jieople.
The new-papers of this city are, like
Macawber, "waiting for something to
turn 1111," that they may have something
to make a big fuss about.
The Massac Journal says that Cairo,
foneboro, Murphysboro, Sparta, and
other towns are at List celebrating the
completion of the Cairo & St. Louis rail
road. The "S. S. Taylor" and the narrow
gauge coach, standing on the Cairo ,t St.
Louis railroad track at the point, yester
day, attracted much attention from that
portion of our citizens who never saw an
engine or car of this kind.
The newspapers published in this
portion of the suite, nre all commenting
011 the big celebrations which have taken
place In Cairo, Joncsboro and other towns
along the line of the Cairo & St. Louis
railroad. The people of Cairo have jubi
lated so much that they have all grown
A man who looked to be about forty
years of age, somewhat under the influ
ence of liquor, while walking along
Washington avenue yesterday morning,
slipped and fell upon the sidewalk when
oppo-lle the furniture manufactory, and
cut an ugly gash In his head. He got
seemed to be tntiu.
The Methodl-t sociable last night was
very well attended, the church being
tilled. The musical exercises were deci
dedly line, as were the refreshments,
which were of a choice kind mid excel
lently prepared. The singing of all the
ladles and gentlemen was good, especially
that part of it which was done by Mrs.
.Monsarr.it and Mr-. V right. '1 he Duet,
bv thee ladles, entitled ."II Travatore."
was very beautiful.
Caiiu), III., March 4th, 1S75.
Mr-i. Jacob Martin :
l)i:.in Mahami;: l"ndertandlng that
the lecture you contemplate giving, in
aiiiwer to Mrs. Obcrly, is ready for deliv
ery, we would respectfully a-k that you
deliver it In the Athcneuui tit an early
date, and oblige the undersigned, ladles
and gentlemen :
Mrs. A. II. Satlord, Mrs. L. 11. Warducr,
" II. II. Candce,
Miss A. llogcrs,
Mrs. C, Ylirupp,
" G.'W. Graham,
. l S. K. Walters
" G.G. Alvord,
" J. 1 1. Obcrly,
John H. Obeiiy,
" X. Linton,
" F. S. Kent,
" 1. K. Howard,
" C. Fink,
" W. II. .Morris,
" M. Ilrlgham,
" D. .7. linker,
MUs II. Snyder,
A. II. Satlord,
It. II. Ilrlgham,
K. A. ltumett,
D. L, Dnvls.
TI11U lli'liutliiK liil.
At tho last meeting of the F, F. F.
Literary and Debating society, tho exor
cises weronot as Interesting us they might
have been, hi consequence of the sluk
nees of Mr. Frank Van Doren, who was
upon the programme for a (.elect reading,
and the absence of several other mem
bers. The Ilrst exercise of the evening
was the debate upon the question : "He
solved, That Intemperance creates morn
Misery than War," .Messrs. Hacker nnd
McGcu assuming the nlllrmatlve, and
Messrs. Shtickers and Oswald the nega
tive. The debate lasted 0110 hour and
twenty minutes, which was more time
than the afllrmativc needed by a long
shot1 to completely annihilate the nega
tlve. After the debate wits ended, and
a small amount of miscellaneous business
transacted, a comioltteo of tlireo
(rom tho Young Men' ybebntlni; Club,
Aw !" said the Frince. as he adlusted
bis eve-irla-i, "Is it nicer"
"Sliels very beautiful," replied the
"Aw!" said tlie Frince, "give It aw
"I shall give her all F.tblopia," replied
"I will aw stepdown, and aw look
at It," murmured the Frince, carelessly.
"Ilv surpri-e, you know." .
This was agreed upon, and the Duke
The Frince knew hi-, worth ; he was
quite white and he was not troubled
with the slighted part of caudal append
age, but F.tblopia was big prize, and he
re.-olved to win It.
One week after the Duke had o'V'. nm Too Well,
his daugter, the Frince star.Vrt.'rnoon, while talking
egamhhL wltli tliejnte-nown gentleman of this city,
the following particulars, regarding wnat
might have been a very sad affair, came
to our ears : Some two mouths ago, a
well-to-do gentleman of this county, be-,
come oppre.-sed by the thought that his
wife, who had ever before Ir-cii true and
faithful to him, was 011 altogether too In
timate terms with a gentleman residing
hi thl city, w ho, of late, has frequently
vi'lteil the said husband and wife, but al
ways showing a decided preference for
the society of the wife. The husband,
who is said to have fairly idolized his
wife, was very quick to notice this fact;
but, being a sort of lamb-like fellow, and
fearing that he might be mistaken hi
his conclusions, which weio not tlie
most pleasant for 11 loving husband to
ponder upon, namely: that his wife and
the Cairo gentleman were meeting In se
cret whenever an opportunity presented
ltelf to them, lie kept mum.
Hut, within the last ten day.,
the thought has preyed upon him until
he was almost driven mad, ami he deter
mined to know the truth. He accord
ingly watched every movement of his
wife, and found that his surmises were
only too true. The blow was a crushing
one to him, and instead of blowing tlio
brains out of the destroyer of his peace,
and kicking his wife into the street, as he
should have done, he determined to let
them live and be happy, and blow out his
own brains. Accordingly he wrote a nice
little billtt doux to his loved one, telling
her how miserable ho was, and wishing
her happiness, which ho placed on a stand
in his bed-room, and was about to per
form the feat of catching a bullet be
tween his teeth, when lie thought of an
other preliminary which he had forgotr
ten, and laid the pistol upon the table be
side tlie note, and left the room In order
to effect It. While ho was absent tho ob
ject who caino near being the cause of
this pretty tableau, entered tho apart
ment, and finding the note, read It. She
got scared and rushed out In 6earch of her
husband, whom she met on tho stairs,
and throwing her arms around his neck,
she Implored him to give up his awful
purpose, vowing never "to speak to the
Cairo man again If ho would only promlso
her that ho would not shoot himself. Af
ter deliberating for a second or two he
promised, and now tbo two are living to
gether as before, except that Hie Cairo
man don't make them any more friendly
upon hU feet, tied his handkerchief
around the wound, and went on his jour-
,1... II.. 1.
ti candle, and crossed thiTtHVfi!"1 ''' Mr m'
Mathllde's cliamlier. At that lnstafn -i'ieliolas
current of air extingui-hed the candle. 1 11
and George felt upon his forehead, his
Hps. his checks, something Indefinable n 1S75. j
breath, a euress, the contact of inc. flrst ,iay of ,le
morning he wa f".. cold and disagreeable, sloppy
To every intend thawing through the days, snowing
and freezing through the nights. To
day closed cloudy and cold with Indica
tions of more snow.
The grain and hay market rules steady,
firm and active, with a fair order and
shipping demand In all leading articles.
Receipts are f;iir in everything except
white corn and prairie hay. These are
very scarce and In active demand.
1 no demand for eggs lias been very
brisk for a few days and the market Is
bare. All offering were taken readily to
day at 23c.
Cholco butter Is scarce and wanted.
Foultry is plenty and unchanged.
Tlie river is still rising and is clear of
MjOur irleuds should bear in mind
that tlie prices here given are usually for
sale trom llrst hands in round Iota.' In
fllllug orders and for broken lots It is nec
essary to charge an advance over these
This staple Is unchanged. The de
mand has been a little more active since
the llrst of tlie mouth, but the movement
is not heavy. Fnces rule steady mul un
changed. Sales for last three days were
300 barrels, $1 500; 100 barrels,' SI
5 75; -100 barrels, $t 50(i;0 25; 400 bar
rels, S3 805 75; 300 barrels XXX
spring, $4 75; 200 barrels XX winter,
$1 CO; 200 barrels XXX winter $5.
The market Is steady, active and firm
with a dearth of choice timothy. Fralrlo
hay Is also scarce and in active demand;
none In market. We note sales of 1 car
good mixed, delivered, $20; 5 ears choice
mixed, delivered, $20; 3 ears choice tim
othy, delivered, $21; 2 cars common
mixed, delivered, $17; 2 cars threshed tim
othy, delivered, $17; 1 ear prairie deliv
ered, $10 50; 1 car choice timothy, dellv
pred, ;$21 2 cars ulolco mixed, dully
Hecelpsof white nro not up to the wants
of the market, offerings arc all taken and
prices are linn. Mixed is plenty and
quiet. Receipts for the past week were
70 cars. Sales for tho last three days were
0 cars Xo. 2 mixed hi bulk on track CSc;
3 cars Xo. 2 whito mixed In sacks deliv
ered 75e; 5 cars Xo, 2 mixed In tacks de
livered 75(5i70o; 4 cars Xo. a whlto In
sacks delivered 7C(n)77e; 1 car rejected In
bulk 011 track (18c; 4 cars Xo. 1 whlto
mixed lit bulk 011 track 70e; 1 car rejected
In burlaps delivered 73e; 1 car Xo. 2
white In second bauds sacked and deliv
ered 75c; 2 ears Xo. 2 white in bulk on
track 70c; 1 car Xo. 2 mixed In sacks de
livered 75c; 1 car Xo. 2 whito hi sacks de
livered 7Cc; 500 sack? Xo. 2 mixed deliv
The demand Is sternly, prices linn and
receipts liberal. Stocks nre fully equal to
the demand, Receipts for the past week
were 29 cars. Sales for the last three days
were 4 cars Xo. 2 mixed In sacks deliver
ed Clc; 1 car Xo. 2 black mixed delivered
COe; 1 car Xo. 2 black mixed In sacks de
livered CSc; 5 cars X'o. 2 mixed hi hulk 011
track 50c; 0 cars Xo. 2 mixed hi sacks de
livered (.fC5c; 2 cum Xo. 2 mixed In
bulk on track 00c; 2 ears Xo. 2 mixed hi
sacks dell vered f!3Jc;3car.s Xo. 2 black
In .'ieks delivered 70o; 3 oars Xo. 2 white
In sacks delivered C5c.
Fresh meal Is plenty and dull. The
demand for choice steam dried Is fully
equal to the supply. We note sales of
400 barrels steam dried delivered $3 CO;
100 barrels fresh meal 3 50; 200 barrels
kllu dried delivered $3 05; 10) barrels
green meal delivered $3 53.
The market Is quite and dull, with
scarcely any demand quoted on the le
vee at $25. The mills bold at higher
prices, wlihont sales. We note sales of
1 car ship stuff $25: 1 car bran $25.
Choice Northern roll anil packed butter
is scarce and hi demand. Receipts of all
kinds an; light and the market is bare.
Frices are steady nnd linn at quota
tions. Sales were, 2000 pounds cholco
Southern Illinois roll 20,25e; 500 pounds
choice Northern packed 21c; 300 pounds
choice Xorlhern packed 25e; 200 pounds
choice Southern Illinois packed 20e; 250
pounds choice Southern Illinois roll
2J(S,2.Je; 100 pounds choice Northern
There has liecn an active shipping de
mand for a day or two that has entirely
wiped out the stock on hand. Receipts
llml ready sale at quotations. Sales weru
27 boxes shippers count 22Jc ; 17 boxes
shippers count 22c ; 10 boxes to arrive,
(lacked hi oats 23c; 350 dozen 23c.
The demand Is only fair ami supply
moderate. Choice hens range from $3(
3 50; good mixed, $2 SOtSJ. Wo note
sales of 5 coop mixed, i2 50:i ; 2 coops
choice hen". $3 253 50 ; 3 coops choice
mixed, $2 753 ; 4 coops choice hens,
The market Is well supplied, quiet and
eay, with only a fni.il! demand. S.iles
were 50 barrel wine sap, $2 50(3,3 ; 50
barrels choice, $2 75.
The demand for choice seed varieties
Is steady and active. We note sales as
lollows: 50 barrels pink eyes, $3; 25
barrels sweet potatoes. S31 25; 20 bar
rels early rose, seed. S3 50.
The market is steady nnd unchanged,
with sales limited entirely to tljcjiib'
I'or lien I.
Eight largo rooms over iiannon's book
store, on Commercial Avenue, and a cot
tage of llvo rooms (one of the Devascy c t
tages) on DIvlMon street. Apply to
C3 3-4 Ct. Xo."2 Ohio l.ovce.
A MeXeal & Urban Fire Proof Safe,
with latest improved combination lock.
Also one Letter Press.
2-20-lOt. T.J. Keiitii.
Steamer Jas. FUk, Paducab.
" Hurksylllc. Xahvllle.
" Andy Hauiii, .Memphis.
" Arkansas llelle, Evaiisvllle.
" St. Joseph St. Louis,
" Alice Ilrown and tow, Mem.
" Carrie V. Kountz, SI. Louis.
" Great Republic. New Orleans.
" W.J. Lewis, St. Loul.
" .Mary Alice and barges, X. O.
Steamer Jas. FIk, Paducah.
" HurksvUIe, Nashville.
" Askan-as Belle, Kvansvlllc.
" Andy llauni. Cincinnati.
" St. Joeph, Memphis.
" Carrie V. Kountz, X. Orleans.
" Great Republic, St. Lout.
W. J. I.ewN, Viek-burg.
" Mary Alice A' barge", St.'Louls.
niVKIt, WIMTIIKIt .INI) llfMNKSS.
The Ohio river still continues to rlstr,
having gone up two feet and three Inches
since our last report. Huslncs active.
The weather yesterday was cold and dis
agreeable, with a strong north wind.
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I'lttabunr ! .l! II
Cincinnati :it 7 S
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Kvjinvllle . 1
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By Irlue nf nn I'.M-ctitinn to me llrcrlnl by
llic Clerk of the I Ircull Court of Alcviiitlrr
I utility, In I lie Mate of IlllnoU, In f.ivorot Al
fred II. sntTor.l, a-lKiii- of Alexander II Irvln
and ns.iInt.'oliii It llrmvn. I lime levied mi
on tlie l,illniiir ili'scriW'd niKit-, In the
Oninty nf Alexander ami 'tale ol llliiinli. to
wn . All the rlKht .title nnd Intrrctt or said .Ifhn
II. Ilrown In iimltotl.c Northwest iii:irHTuf
the hmitliwi'it quarter ufSt-etiou thirty-one (31),
In Township Unci n (15) Smith, and In lUngc
oue (I) wcm oflhe third 1 M ,nl lilocks niim
txml one (I), two (.), thiee (.1), four (II the
(31, tlx' (S),rcicn (7) and vlKht (S) in I tie town of
Unity In alil county mul -tale. a the iiroin-rty
of mM John II Ilrown, which I nh.ill dirt at
l'nlillc Sale nt the outii-wi't door nf tlio Court
House, In the City of Culm, in the County or
MrMimler anil St-ite u( IlllnoU oil tlie fourth
(Ith) it.iy of March, A. 1) , le.. at the hour of
clei en o'clock, A. M.,fur c.nh.to iMlWry mdil
lixecutlon. .M.KX II lltVIX.
Micrlll of Alo.xan Vr t oiiutr, IlllnoU.
Cairo, 11U., 1'ebru.iry Sth, ls7.'i.
In miriiiance of tl.e loreohiR notice of s.ile, 1
this iiny oflVivd the real eitnte therein desrriUit
for rule, unit there U'lui: no Milder the rule
uiewore a ljoimieii until tlievotn u
llnLintfl' ti,. him.
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attonded to.
R-3TTo largo consumers nnd nil
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any qunntity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
trjHjllllay Itro ' office. No 70 Ohio Levee
t-lllllilay llro 'it whnrf boat,
tn-At Ksjiitlnn M1IU, or
(SdrAt the l.onl Dump, foot of Thirty-Eight
EJ-I'ot Office Drawer. V.
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
TJtS COAL -S5r
KKIT cotntanlty on hand at Hom' Yard
Commercial atenue, utiuoaltc Ilrois
Order promptly Ailed
OmI nnd wooil delivered five of clwrse
TeriiuMrlcllv cli-li ;ll7-10-0m.1
FITS CURED FREE
A NY icrson Buffering from the above illea.e
XX. it iv,Ucsttil to ml'lii' llr l'rire nnd a trial
IxUtle of hi medicine will he forn-nnleil KltKK
Dr 1'rlee l a vc-'uhirphy.lclan, nnd has made
the tiv.itiutiit of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a study for yeats, and he will warrant a cure by
the ue of hl leumly
Do not full to winl to til i 1 for :i trUl lir'j)i
costn nothliitr, anil he tf cot and
iuLau!aOlr'i "rrrot insurance co.,
the A".iliiuglon bakery, and having learn
ed tlie n-anu of the public, Is prepared to
nupply on calla'I demands for French loaf,
Motion, lirown and Graham bread, and
everything tho ordinarily found In a llrrt
class bak ry. He maintains a full stock of
confcctionerlcN, and can, as well as any
other dealer In the city, till all orders in
that line, Cakes baited, frosted or orna
mented on short notice. Spccia Indention
given to the orders of wedding or picnic
Call for the best (Jillcfs Baking
Powder for it never (lis.iptHiinU the
N'cwly.flttcd, llncly furnished barber
slop by (leorge .VuInh'Juse, corner Com
mercial avenue and Klghlh street. Yar
of practice luvo gen hltn a lllit hand
tint miked a smooth sbavo delluhtlul. All
who try him once will call again. AH the
lato dally papers are kept on hU table lor
the bcnctlt ol his costumurs, and Micro Is
no tcdioui w.'dtliif, for turns. If
Glllet'b Baking Powder tho best In
use alwayt. reliable.
II. Scliinetzitoril'announcci to hli frlemls
and lormer patrons tint ho has opened tho
DELTA IIAKKItY, corner or Nineteenth
aud Poplar sir ctx, where ho will bo pleat cd
to greet them again, and ai-Mirm them that
he can furnish the best of Iresh bread, roll,
(tc. Ok.vuinis Uyt. Hheaii will bo mado a
specialty. Try lilin aalo. U-J-li-liu
The l'arl'h School w.u ojicned oil 3Ion
day, March 1st. Hut iuplli will bo ic
crhed nt any time, on the conditions
already published. Tho scrvlojiof Pro
fe sor Krlck have been secured for Instruc
tion in tho German language, For thl 1 an
extra chirj,'o will be mute. Pup Is wishing
to ttudy German only, Will come to the
school at i o'o'ock p. 111.
ClIiItLFU A. Gtl.nuiiT, Hector.
Cumtoiii Mmlu Slmei.
Just In and n iw opening, the best lino of
spring Shoes ever brought to Olro, Wo
alio handle tho clcbrat d C. M. Henderson
& Co'o. cintoui Shoci, a'l wiirrauted. Why
buy pant' goods when good goo'U c;m he
had as low nt the
UT-S-SS-St. N'nw Yoiik f toiik.
George Mttuer lornerof Fourteenth and
iVushlngtou avenue, will furnish ho-catter,
jvory day to Ids p itrons a Xo. 1 lunch, be
tween the hours of ten and twelve o'clfiok.
r'resh Milwaukee beer and fragrant Havana
;lgars to be had at Ids I ir at all times,
K?K per dozen
thicken,, ierilozen -..
Aiil-3, choice, pir larrrl
Apples, cnmnion, rierhaml,. .
l'otatoeii, I it lKinil
Onions, ier barrel ,
Chece, r pound
...S3 P0?3 .
.10 (nil.i o)
... ! UKiS it
ft 3 II J
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds , hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATII, &o
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Between Waahinirton and Commercial
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
ll"lly Keller for Young; Mt'ii from tin
effect of Krror and Abuses In early life, Stan
hood restored, Iuit'dlments to MarrlaKe le
movul. New ineihod of treatment. New und
lemaiLable lemrdlei, lluoknaud circular! sent
free, luiealeilenvelulict, Addreii, IIOWAUD
ASSOCIATION, 119 K, Ninth utrvet. l'ldladel
phla, I'a , ati Institution hnvintr a hljth rvputn.
tlou for honorable cpi)duot nnd prolMiloiud
kill. " iwu-'Un'm
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Betwoen Waahinirton nnd Commorcial
Avenues, adjoining nanny's.
KKKl'S for sale the bent lieef, I'erk, Jlulton
ral, IjiiuIi. .ShiisMpe, Ac . nnd Is pre
iaml to ecru- familU s in 11 n uceeptablc manner
JOHN Q. HABMAN & CO.
CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Aironta ot tho Illinois Central and
Burlington and Uutmy It. It.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Eotoo,
TTi 1 s i-
WM. WETZEL, Proprietor.
A TltUSTY watch lept nfRht and day
tc i n l iii ni -(iiii 1111111111 iriiia iiir irunH
t'UCUIS Ul 1 H I) lOlllll-3 jHrOilV,
TTT1 T "I TT-1 J -,
VV 1 11 J 1 tlJLl 15. rVHLH.II M,
Wiloox'ai 331 00
n.uu T- 1 a -rut t. n.. .
BSTHiKhoat Cash Prico uaid
xioes ana uattio.
B. F. PARKER,
vVnll Paper, Window Glass,
dow Shados, &o.
Alwaya 011 hand, the celebrated Ulumlnat