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ASl'Al.ON 1.MDUK, NO. 61.
KnluhM of I'rthln. ni'itseurr l'rl
ar n ht it half.Mtst smen. in Oilil
II KVIt'lU'll I I ItWM Vl -Ml
SWwt&U. Independent Order or Odd-ftl-"Si35Sf
,ow'j ,nnt' Kyct 'OiurwIr "'Kilt
Commercial uteiilit, Iielween Mlxlli and Setentli
lift .lOMK II l.OMHAW, li
( unto i:ni:ami'.mi:nt, I o. o. r.,m-i
Win Odd-Fellows' IIhII on the (Inland llilld
hictdu) In 01 cry month, nt liir-iait ceii.
K M.ACK, C. 1
m 'LlllnlfilinL1 lu'fk w- t . t
'f-. HiiM regular ciiniiiiinltiitloni in Jlii
iinlc Hull, corner commercial ateime
' n'l i.IkMIi trvet, on Hie MToml and
ruiirui .ium'iay orencn nigiiui
I'rrMiiml Tit mm.
The tuitlerahriiud, lest Ilia former notice
In rrjjanl to tin' payment of personal
tiixfu may lw misunderstood, lake this
method of liiloriiilnjr tlio.- Intire.-teil
thnl It iipplloH to nil :ki"cr! tho-u who
own mil citato lit Moll in those who do
not. (,'ot will neerue mill Ix.' charged
iiion all di lliiiniciitH without ri-ird to
iKjroii, mid distraint positively i innili
upon their property niter the limit allow
ed hy l.iw, the 10th IiiH.
Ai.kx. II. I v IX,
Tito 1'urUli School wai opened on .Mon
iljy, March Hut pupil will ho ic
ceived nt ary time, on llie condition
aln-ady putilisacd. 'I'lie ertkv of 1'ro
fe ior Krlck have been tecuted for liitruc
thin In llio (Ii ninn language. J-'oriMi an
extra chugc will he uncle, l'np l wishirr,'
toMudy German only, will come to the
ki liool t 4 o'c.ock p. in.
ClUKI.KM ,, (.iuikiit, Hector.
A MeNeal A- L'rhau Fire I'roof Safe,
with luteit Improved comhlnatlon lock.
AUo on'; Letter 1'iusf.
'i-'JO-lOt. T..I. Kkiitii.
Mr. I'. I'llZKiralil liimju-t received and
linn on kalo at hta tale room n large ttock
if KnglMi ale, porter, lUmiessy brandy
ind wines, and liquor of all Uud-, which
Lr will dltpote of at reasonable prices.
For the million, and the l,-t .'ratio of
oal Oil, to;b had of V. W. HendcrMiii,
corner Twelfth ftrtyt and commercial
Filly to Sovcnty-thc ttnlUrii per tnootu.
Acenti wanted everywhere. Toachcif, !
llc, Ktnt, etc., etc. So capltil or out
lay rctmlrcd. hend '.'0 ccnU for poktiKe on
outUt, to I). C. Wklciima.v,
tl Irvhi ljUtloii. l'ulun County, Ohio.
Open Friday andSatunlnvi om.v.
; mill Nr- Iter.
I.MidlotU ol hotcli and hoanlln Uoim;
will Unlit to thtlr sd attio to eall upon
Mr. Culcimn, No '!! Fourth itrtet, be
tween Vililnioa and Ccinmt rclal aven
Uf , nnd ascertain herttrmi for doing hotel
md boixllng bouc wailic ly the week.
Iter wholesale pilce are extremely
low Tic. per dnen. For piece work prie a
arc ai lollowi: .-ln!c rlilrt and col
lar, to-; i -r dorrii h"c; ock &e; two col
l.ir, tc; twj haudkercblelii, .V; ctt 'Me;
and all gentlemen' wear, 7.V. per
dorcn. I.3dle ilrrec, 2' to WK-;
kirtl) to S4; drawer 10 to l&c; two
pair liPhe &c; two collars .'i lo 10e. Kor la
dleV plain clothe) $1 (Xl per dozen; lor la
dle tine clotbt, ?l per dozen; done
dratnptly, and promptly delivered. Fa
1 1 n nl mi r.
Table anil Focket Cutlery, nnd In fact
anything hi the Hardware line niich ns
Locks Illume, FllesXalN, I'MoN, Caps
and Cartridge- can Ihj had cheajter than
the cheajiest hy calling at my More, cor
ner Twelfth nnd Viihlnj,'ton avenue.
J-IO-liu C. V. Hknukuson.
Good IiiKte roonn oa tliu up;er lloorjit
tho Saint Charles can be had, Willi board,
t the very low rate of $30 per mouth
tJreiil rinerlllri' "f I'lne i'litlery.
I will oiler for sale for the next 30 days,
the largest invoice of W'oitonholin,
Uo'cr it Wade, and Itutcher cut
lery, ever olfcml in Cairo, ul importer-."
prices. It consist-, of penknives of nil
rnidctnml price; nlo a larc siortment
of Milsfor'. The ood are now on inhi
bition, and consist of the llne't oods
ever brought to Cairo, which I will
M'll nt prices tliatuiuuot oe equaled In
the West. Call and see for yourselves.
Cor. Sixth Street and Commercial.
Cooking Mo en.
To keep pence In the tamlly, buy u
( barter Oak Coal Cooking Stove, with a
small quantity of Faradise' coal, ami you
will ulwnyii bo happy. All the dlflerent
patterns both wood nnd coal for sale at
"rock bottom" tluri'!', by C. W. Hend
erson, corner Twelfth street mill Com
mercial aveim. 2-10-lm.
Two or three, gentlemen can be nccom.
moilatcd wlih ilty board. House on W'ul
nut, between Saventh nud KlgUlli. Apply
at thlioilico. ii0-:i-2-t)t.
Ouo half of thu large two atory double
brlek liouio on Twentloth atrect, between
1'ophr and Washington. Ioqulro ol
29-a-2-t. .7 a con Klein.
To .irtu-invnte Itjaiiepsln,
Introduce Alcohol into tho utomacli, and
thereby rob tho digestive fluid or Us Folvent
power, HJturatea ploco ol bread nud meat
with ifastrlo juleu, nud It will ilUsolve,
Tbls is dlgevtioii. Add to nidi a mixture
n little alcohol, nud It will not di nclve,
Tht illustrates Indigestion. Ilcwnru, then,
yo dyspeptics, of tincture", liilinlonnor du.
coctlous eoiHalnlng Hplrlluous liquor
rihtm all such rum "tonics," and rely foiely
on Dr. Valkot'a Vinegar Hitters, the tlnctt
herbal luvlgorant known, and free from the
riery curse of Alcohol. S-lO JA-lw.
SATUtUAY, -MAI'.CII 0, 1375.
I "or Jliijiir.
l.hllnu Mi v I'lffi.. i.titi..ii.... .tfine ti
rilll. MS un a cnndiildtr rr .Mayor of Lairo, at
tnvviivuiNK iiiuiiicijmi i'Hi;iifn
January ifl, Itflb. Maxv Cmr.r.Xit
l.ocnl U'entlirr Itoinrl.
Cairo, III., Mircli."., IjTJ.
Vbu. I WcAtiii.n
I s i:
1MOMAS .IO.Si:, Strtl. S- S., f. S. A
Ln. Hi Li.mix The inoilcily ol'C. It
Woodward mid Ur. Ilrluham will not per
mil them lotnkeiill of the lory of the
.Sociable to thciii-i'lve, ni other tnvui
bcM of the Mx'lety lire alike equally dc-
KTVlnjroI credit for thee pica -ant jratlier-
A line bay horn', attached to u light
road wagon, ('tjiiulhi'' near tin: corner of
Flghth nud Walnut M reels beonmo
frightened nnd run nwny ycterd iy niler-
noou, broke two of the wheel.'', scratched
up the bed nnd otherwise lnjun.il th- ve
hicle to :t coiiilderahte extent.
' It IViinfeil.
A llrit clan cook, nn iininarried wo
man wmte prefernil can Hud stindv
employment nt good wages. Apply nt the
Buu.KTiN counting room. Ih.VIK
The preliminary exaiiihiatlon of .lack
IIo. ebarged with the murder of the
icgro woman Alice Ulhhs. was
heard Ifforc Judge llrossyctcrday after
noon, in the county court room at the
court hou-e. The hearing occupied the
entire afternoon, there being six wltnesH'S
against nud one for the plaintiir.
The AU'xiiiiilcr County lluiilt
will be ojicii from C, to 8 p. in., on
Wediienlay.-i and Satunlays for hutlnc?
In the Savings department. Inierett
paid on time dcpo-lts.
l.l'W I' ASl-N1lll'lll.
The time for Inking nn apix-nl In the
levic a'l-s'inent cne, for gravelling I.e.
vce sirtrt, having expired, the county
clerk on ye'tenby certllieil the iicor-arv
judgment to the city clerk, w ho will pro
ceed at once to prepare the n-.cMinent
roll nnd place It In the hands of the city
treaMtn'r for collection.
Two Germans had a fet-to yiMenlav,
hi a Kiloon Himewlu-n1 in town,
but one of the partv wn o
badly puniOied that two of his friends
had lo take him home. The other one,
It is aid, wns aUo bndlv kuoek'tl over
Ihe head, but his Injurlet were not so m
rlotts a those received by his antagotiUt.
The pillc4 courtH arc about n fruitle-s
to new-pJiier people a U everything
clc at present, and though IhU clas of
peojilu are well aware of the fact, still
they make the court, n place of dully
Mr. In the liopc that (oniething may have
turned up which would be of Interest to
them. The only cnc before Judge llird
yeMerdiiy, wa thnt of John .McCune,
who wai nrrc-ted by !;argcant Cain for
Iielng dnuik, for which Hi- Honor taxed
It Iiii one dollar and eo-t. lie had no
money and wa then lore 'cut to the cala
boose to hoard for three dnv.e.
Ilic I. air. I Coiui-l Slnr.t.
A young mnii of this city while talking
to nn old gr.iy-hcudcd darkey, n few days
since, remarked on the extreme cold
weather of the sea-on ol the year, nnd
a'ked the old man if lie could explain
the n-a'on for It. The old fetlow cnitch
ed his bund for u moment and remarked :
"Why, ye, dare ain't anything slngler
'bout It. I enn explain dat ill about u
in limit : Don't you 'member dat comat
what we had las' fall? anil don't you
'member dat we had a yarth-quukc about
dat time?" The young man answered
that he did remember the circumstances,
when the old man .-aid : '"Well, ile fact
i. dat comal .-truck ills yarth and c.ui-cil
dat yarth-qiiake, and it hutted -o hard
dat it done sent dis here yarth about
tree or four hundred miles tlmler Xorlh
nnd dat's tie ctuse ol de preent cold
Tliefollowiiigconcernlng.Mr.J. M. (lay,
a cltl.en of I'tihukl county and u gentle
man known to a grent many of our pco
ple,wi' copy from the St. Louis Dtmotmt
of yesterday : "J. M. (lay, formerly a
citi.cn of I'ulnski county, 111., was In the
city yesterday, on ids return home from
tho Jolict Feiiltcntiary, where ho has
been incarcerated since 1S07, and from
which lie was pardoned by Governor Bev
criilguu few davstluce. Mr. Gnyhad ltcen
regarded as a peaceable and well-di..poseil
man up to the time w hey his misfortunes
began, In ISO". A man named Farley
provoked him to a quarrel, nud, us he
says, endeavored to kill him. One
night Farley followed Gay some
distance on tho road leading
to Ills house, nnd made hostile dem
onstrations towards him, They ctuio to
gether In n personal combat, nnd Farley
lost his life. Gay was taken to Cairo,
tried, found guilty, and sentenced to the
IVnltentiary for life. L'pon the represen
tations of his old neighbor and friends
nnd hi consideration of his correct de
portmcntln prison, the Governor has
pardoned him. Mr. Gay is quite happy
on regaining his freedom, nnd feels cry
grateful to those who worn Instrumental
In bringing It about, lie says tho discip
line ut Jollet Is excellent, and that Col.
It. M. McClaugliry, tliu Warden, is held In
high esteem by all, Thero nru over 1,200
prisoners In the institution, but no com-
plaluU are heard, nnd no tevcro bodily
puuMinicnt h needed. '
TlMK. IlAII. I'l'llli
7 ii in. ;i wi 3; I
II SI 'i.M. 14
ip ni. w a ra
The Illinois State fair has been local
til at Ottawa, fur thu next two years
The FnrMi cliool Is proirres'liiir
I . -WW
llnely, uud wo nroglad of It.
I. verybody had their doors and w in
dows open yesterday,
hat's the matlerr There has not
been a coal oil explosion for two or three
.Mr. Sam Simmon, who I connected
with the SI. LouU Tyo Foundry, was In
tlie city yeiterday.
Judge ltross was limy yostenlay af
ternoon nt the court house, looking Into
the case of Jnck Kos.s.
I.nri'e droves of wild gii-se nnd ducks
are dally paslng over Ibis city for the
north. They say this Is u good sign.
A large number of now ilwellin
hoiiH's, It is said, will bu erected in this
city during the comiiii: summer.
The llrft regular train on the Xnrrow
Gauge nillroail, It is said, will arrive In
this city Mime lime next week.
Tho unal.pox excitement in thlsclty
had complcti-lv died out, nnd the Inhab
itants nre happy once more.
Ilenieuibcr Itobhion's minstrels
next .Monday nnd Tuesday night. They
nre first class.
.Mrs. .Mnrtlu l to lecture In
the Atheiieuui, uud when she does, the
hoiiM- will no doubt be crowded.
There Is one prNoner hi the calaboo-e.
but the pro-qiects tor getting any more
nre very film.
William Oakley, we nre glad to learn,
Is Improving very rapidly, conldering
-Clly Comptroller Cox Is about well,
nnd Is now able to In: out uud
nbout the street, without fear of a back
set -What has become of the Cairo it St.
Louis railroad 'hop excitement? It seems
to have gouu where the woodbine
-Still the newspapers, published nlonir
the line ol the Cairo ,t St. Louis Narrow
Gauge railroad, cry out for a celebration
of the completion of the road hi tills clly.
For the last three or four davs, the
malls on the Illinois Central railroad were
very irregular, but they have again
resumed their regular time.
Judge Jlulkey has been secured by
Jack Itos a his council, and if there is
any such tiling as getting him clear, Judge
Mulkey Is the man who will do It.
.Mr. J. I. Cunningham, it is said, will
make a hard tight for the ofllce of City
Attorney, he belli;; one of those men who
never say die.
Jack Hoss, the man who shot and
killed the negro woman Alice Glbb last
Sunday, lost his nrm when n boy, by
fooling around the cars at Mound City.
The streets in various parts of the
city, where they most need filling, nre
now receiving the attention of Street Su
A few more days like ye.-terday, nnd
tlie buds will make their appearance
upon the trees which will, no doubt,
be a very Welcome sight to tlie people
The Ohio river has been rl'lngat this
point nt the rale of three feet per twenty
four hour, for tho hist live days, and still
continues to go up nt a rapid rate.
Wild ducks In large numbers, are
now swarming nbout tlie Ml-sijIppI'.s
bank', and the hunters aivnmuslng tlieiii
telve. hi -laughteriug them by tlie
l'eter Couaut. who was hurt while
switching cars on the Illinois Central
railroad track, near tho stone depot last
Saturday. Is getting along tlnely.
Pneumonia i; taking oil' people at a
very uncomfortable rate in the upper
lortion of tlds county. We nre told that
five persons died with the disease last
KoblsonVs minstrels, which Is com
posed of tome of thu bet talent now on
the minstrel utuge, will appear at tlie
Atheiieuui next Monday and Tuesday
Blue birds arc becoming numerous
nround thec parts, which is u very good
sign that Spring, which has been so anx
iously looked for by the inhabitants, is
here at last.
The Kev. Mr. Wallar will deliver n
lecture in tlie High School building next
Tuesday evening. Tlie effort will be un
able one, and a large audience w ill no
doubt be prc.-ent.
That big musical entertainment to be
given by the Mcthoilt-t church people,
will, we are told, come oil" some time
during tlie latter pari of this, or tlie llrst
part of next mouth.
A well known weather prophet of
this city says that he will bet u dollar to a
cent, that the bad weather which lias
ntllictcd the people of there purts lor
some tlmu past, has come to mi end.
If you want n good smooth shave,
orufa-hionablc hair cut, goto GusIIlein,
on Sixth street, between Commercial
avenue and Ohio levee. He understands
hts trade, and will please everybody.
Mr. T. F. Bouton, theeditorand pro
prietor of the Jouesboro (7njfrr,audidso
it director of thu Cairo A St. Louis
narrow gauge railroad company, was In
the clly for several days. lie returned to
Jone'sboro yesterday morning.
Preparations for the grand Odd-Fellow
celebration, to tnke place nt tlie fair
ground nt Jouesboro, on the 20th day of
next mouth, are going on. It is said that
more tliau three thousand members of
the order will participate in the Jubilee,
Some talk has been going on among
tho mom extensive fanners of Alexand'r
county, about tho probable success of an
agricultural association, were such nu en
terprise established, but no definite con
clusion lias yet been arrived at.
Stntu School Superintendent Kttcr. in
a letter to the editor of the Gazrtie, puts
nn effectual damper upon every objootlon
thnt gentleman has brought up ill con.
Iicotlou with Mrs. l. A. Taylor's occupy
ing a position ns teacher In tho Parish
school lately established In this city, by
the Hev. Mr. Gilbert.
Tliu I'ulnski r.irnof says: "The loss
by the. burning of the Spencer savv-mlll
nt Pulaski Inst week was some $0,000 to
Mr. II. II. Spencer, and somewhercabout
the same amount to the lessee, llcssm
Klrby fc I'lcn. This Is the scconl time
the milt has burned, but tlie indomitable
grit orSlieritrSliencer h ad him to Ix-llevo
the third time will prove the cha.i, . .,
he has noconliugly resolviil to rebuild,"
A little negro boy, with a 'possum
under Ids coat, walked up to a lady yes
terday nfternoon on Tenth street, nnd
when within a vnrd of licr, brought out
the ugly qtindruped nnd pretended that
he was about to throw it upon her. The
lady became frightened nud began to
scream, which brought a big negro to her
assistance, who caught the boy and gavo
hlinuwinming that he will nut soon
A Mound City exchange say. : "The
Monument Commissioner, I Jr. I.ooney,
J. C. Willis, nndCapt. llainbictoii.ln obe
dience to the resolution recently pa.ed
by tlie Legislature calling for a report
from them, have been heio In consulta
tion and will report nt once to that Hon
orable body. When the n'port is pub
lished we Miall have something to say on
the Kiihject. Tho Commissioners will
have another meeting on the 15th of
Cairo. III., March lth, 1H75.
Mrs. Jacob .Martin :
Ukaii Maiiamk: l.'iiilerst.millng that
the lecture you contemplate giving, in
answer to Mrs. Obcrly, is ready for deliv
ery, we would re'pectfully uk that you
deliver it hi tlie Atheneimi at an eurlv
date, nnd oblige the tmdcrtlgncd, ladies
nud gentlemen :
Mrs. A. II. Sallord, Mm. L. II. Wunhicr,
H. II. Candee, " N. Linton,
Mls A. Kogcrs, " F.S. Kent.
Mrs. C. Thrupp, " P. K. Howard,
G. W. Graham,
" C. Pink,
" O. Gallgher,
" S. K. Walters
" G.G. Alvord,
" J. H. Obcrly,
W. II. Morris,
" M. Brlgham,
Miss It. Snyder.
K. A. Burnett,
D. L. Davis.
Dr. J. Wardner,
II. II. Candee,
John II. Obcrly,
Caiiio, March 5th, 1S73.
in McUmt-a A. . S.UTord, H. II Cai'Ice,
i If Ols-rlr, S K. Waltrri, I.. It. Warlnrr.
M&Mn. ti. li. Alvord, Cliartu A . lillbirl, U.
I. Dttliali'l other :
L.im:s anij Gknti.f.mkn : In re
sponse to your very flattering call formy
lecture, entitled : "Woman : Man's Com
panion and Kqual," I would name Moi.-
lay evening. March 8lh, as the time lr
Its delivery nnd the Atheiieuui, as design
ted by you, ns tlie place.
Mm. Jacoii Makti:.
-Gillct's Baking Powder for
-Gillct's Flavoring Lxtracts thebst
n u-e, nud for Kile by nearly every jro-
.loo Itoceker Is now la full contrc of
the Wa-liington bakery, nnd having Urn-
cu tno wants or tue pulillc, Is prepare! to 1
upply on call u',1 demauds for French oaf, I
Boston, Brown and (Ira hum bread, and
every tiling else ordinarily found la alrst
cl.isshik ry. He maintains a fu, Hxk ot
confectioneries, and can, as well r auy
other dealer in the city, fill all ordrs In
that line. Cakes baked, lrotcd or orna
mented on abort notice. Specla JntWitlon
(riven to the orders of wedding or ilcnic
Call for the best-Glllel's Biking
Powder lor It never disappoint! the
Xcwly-attcd, finely furnbhea larbcr
shop by (icorr'o Stulnhou-e, corner Com
inercial aveuue and Rlghlli street. Yiars
ol practice have given hlui a light bind
that makes a smooth shave dellcbtful. All
who try bun once will call aiiln, All the
t:ito dully p.ipers nro kept on his tiblo for
tbe benefit ol his costomuis, and tliec Is
no tedious waiting for turns. tf
Gillet's Baking Powder the belt In
tt'e always reliable.
II. Schmetzstorn" announces to hi- friends
and loriner patrons tint bo lias opened the
DRL.TA IIAKKUY, corner of Mnctecnlh
aud I'nplarsir.cts, where bo will be pleased
to greet them again, and assures them that
bu can furnish tlie best of I roll bread, rolls,
ttc. (Iknuixk Uyk BlinAD will be ui elo a
specialty. Try him agjln. IS-S-lMm
George Ltituer corner of l'o ntccutliand
iVashington avenue, will furnish hereafter,
jvery day to his jutrotis a No. 1 lunch, be
!weeu the hours of ten aud twelve o'clock,
r'ro-li Milwaukee beer andlrasrint Havana
:igurs to be had at his I ir at all drum.
I'or Snle or Kent.
Lot Xo.fi, block 51, city, in Washing
ton nvenue below Fifth strnt, with the
house, outbuildings, ,vc, eltuated there
on. The house contains 0 good rooms,
closet and halls. Good cistern nnd fen
clng on premises. Or will rent to n good
tenant. Lv.vcil it Howt.EV,
3-5-3t Heal Ksfate Agents.
I'or Kent .
The houso now occupied by Mr. Win.
Wetzel, known as the "St. Xlcliolas
Hotel," situated on Commercial avenue,
between Seventh and Klghth streets. Is
suitable for any kind of business. In
quire of Mrs. Augusta llarr.s, on Seventh
street, or lo Peter XctV, Ohio Levee.
roe lien I.
Right large rooms over Finnoii's book
storj, on Commercial Avenao, and a cot
tage of live room (Oiiu of tliuUovavsoy cct
tigea) on Division street. Afply to
3-3l0t. No. 72 Ohio l.evcc.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Ilnpny Ilellef for Voiiuir Men from tin
iffecU of Know mill Abiite in tally life. Jlan
booil ix-slousl. IiiiJlmeiit tii Mnrrlne re
moved. New mc'liod of lie-.itimnl, Nawuud
irmarVable n mollr. llooVs and cliculur sent
free, fnnatlcamveloiw. Addrei, IIOWAIll)
ASSOCIATION', 41!) N. Ninth tut, I'blladcl
pbla, J'a. , an Inntitutlou having a blghivimla
tion fur honorable conduct and proftanal
Steamer Jus. FIsk, Paducah. '
" Pat Cleburne, Kvan-vHI.".
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
' John A. Setidder, St. Loun.
" Vint Shlnkle, Memphis;
Robert Mitchell. X. O.
' Granger, Ohio ilvcr.
Steamer Jns. Fisk, Paducah.
Vint Shlnklc. Cincinnati.
Robert Mitchell, Cincinnati.
Pat Cleburne, Hvaii'vllle.
" Gnuid Tower, Memphis.
" John A. Scudder, N. O.
Mary Alice ,v Tow, St. Louis.
Allen Brown it Tow, Pitt.
" A.J. Baker, Mt. Vernon.
John Kyle, Xew Orlean.
" Grainger, South.
IllVlilt, WIMTIIEU .VNI llCStXKSH.
The Ohio river has ri-enoni' foot and
nine Inches since our lt report. Busi
ness l active. Tlie weather yesterday
wns warm and pleasant.
The F.xportcr will leave Louisville
Monday, for New Orlef.iK.
The Ohio river nt this point has Iteen
full of lloatluir dria-wood for snvi-rnt
The J. II. Bagley had to lay
over at Louisville on account of the
Tlie damage to the Mary Alice nnd
barges nt Memphis amounted to nbout
two hundred dollnrs.
The (Jn-nt Republic, Glencoe nnd
Bismarck will load at St. Loui, ns oon
as their cargos have been put oh.
Captain Dorrnh arrived in this rltv
from St. Louis yesterday, mid he wns to
have for Xew Orlenns with the steamer
Paragon last evening or thi morning.
The Charles Morgan kit Louisville
yesterday for Kvaiisvllle, Cairo. Vlcks-
burg, Xew Orlenns nnd nil Intirtuedlate
The St. Louis Dcinocmt of yester
day, says: 1 he Klliott came In early.
aim departed again on time for Grand
'fo.vi.r. The Chester and Bell Memphis
Ciiuieinoujy. Among the llrst due are
the Alex. Swift. Raven. Bismarck, Great
Republic, Anderson, Bon Accord nnd
Capital City. Tlie Steamer Genevieve
left for Vlckshurg with every pound of
ireignt siie wanted."
W.ui Uu-AiiriiEMT. liivtn Itr.t-niir,
i , in.,
Kiamville . ...
Comcli-l Dally by i: M Slearni, roimnlislon
inerciuini, nvrrciiiry oi me vairo tionni oi
nour, nccordlns to graJe- it tt36 OC
Com, mlxert, mrkisl.
com, wnu, tackoi ... u,
ijaia. inixiii nbic
Until, mt ton 3$:soi
.MRU, eluilll ilrKil
Putter, rlmlcc .Northern roll
Duller, rholce -ouiliern Illinois
Kefii, er dozen
( hicken, rilozcu
Turkey, -r dozen
A ilss, cliuUe, )s-r barrel
Apjiks, iviiiiiiion, iier bunxi
rmntues, js-r Ikutu
Onion. k.t barrel .....
Cheese, per pound
JO j ile
,. 1 eo3 -y
.10 fll.'i I.)
i :i oo
w i o
Orrio. or tub Taiiio fc St, !.ons )
IUn. ItOAti l.i. , Oaiiso, III.,
March Jth, IsTi.
A nieellnpof the Director of Hit. Comiiany
will 1-ehtM on Kridsy. the l-'tlida of -Munli,
lust., A. It. 1S75. at 10 o'clork A M , ut the
olllee ofs. . Itiilor In the- L.ity nn.itirn. 1111
no!. sTA.V'l.s TAYLOR,
Tuesdaj a:d Wednesdij, March 9 1 19.
H arry R obinson's
THE MAN WITH THS SILVER !U
80LID SILVEE HELICON BAND,
In lull Uren-idler uuiform.
tCJHeterveil Seates at Dan llnrtmun's
FITS CURED FREE
ANY ieion inlerlni: from theiibote dltinse
li itsiieleil tn uililiesi Dr l'rlreanilu tiial
bolilo of hl meillclne will bo forwanlisl t'HV.V.
Dr 1'rlce Is u reKUhirphyslclun, und Urn nude
tho tutitmeut of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a tiidy for yean, and he Mill warrant n cine by
iiu nut full to feud to him fur a tiial bottle: It
ecu iintliiiip, and he
WILL CURE YOU
No matter how Ions stnmllng your r;ii-o may
he, or how many other remediea may hate
total . i .
Cliviilam iiiul IcatinienlaU lent with
FREE TRIAL ( BOTTLE,
DR. CIIAS. T.'PRICE
ST. JOHN'S and
Ordor9 for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
promptly attended to.
f&JVTo largo consumorB and all
manufacturers, wo nro prepared
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or your, at uniform rates.
CAIIIO CITY COAL COMPANY.
EK!! '!!!'!"y !,m !. Xn TOOhloIvw.
C"llnlllily llro ' Mlnrfhout
r)-AI l;t!.li.tu Mill,, or
tiit ''0aI """'l'' toui of Thlrtj-Klght
EJ-roft OfUcc Drawer. o.
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTSBURG and ILLINOIS
ECSr COAL l
KEPT conntiinlly on hand nl lloa' Yanl
. ,. wimim-reial avenue, opposite llro
Unlers roniitlr tilled
Owl utnl woil ilelivereil fre of charee
'IVniUflrktly chh 31,-lo-Cm.l
Bet. Second aud Fourth Streets,
Wli.,!es.ilo and Kit.iil Dealer in
MilwaulsQo Be or,
Berliner Weiss Beer,
Soltzor and Soda Water, Etc.
C'Aliray-. keeps nheM-y toel-on hand, and
I prepared to furnlih ndl .uppllct ou very hort
nallce, nt the Iuui-hI ralet.
send In jouronlen 1-J-Ji-Im
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
I' II U.I.IDAY, I'residrnt
IIEN'ltY I. 1IAI.I.IDAY, Vice I'test
A II -AKKolllt. Ca.hier
VAI.Ti;it IlYM.Ol, Ass'l Ca.hier
?. ?rA.T" TAVtOH, It ft CCNNIxniUM,
II. I. II ILLItlAV, XV V llALLIIHV,
u. I) illiamso-c, SrcriiLv Hiiiu,
A 11 s .nt oiiu
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS irccltrd nud a genenil biinllus
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1800.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A H SAl'FOItD. l'reslilent
.s S TAYI.OII, Vliel'reslilenl.
X IIYsI.Ol', .-ec'v and Tieasurcr.
M llAhtLiY. l.'llAH lai ir.nitii
r St Moc'KiLnrn. lAi-f. i: .si
It. II LI.NNI.M1MAM. II I, llALLIllAV,
I. if, l'uii.i.ir..
7 NTKItKST paid on ilepiMils nt the rnlr of tlx
Lucrunt iTiiunum, Marrh Wt nnd M-iitrm-lT
lt IllUliMt lint wlllnlr-.iun Is iiil.ltsl inline,
il ately to the irlncli.il of the delimits, ihercliy
Kllluc them coiuiHtuml Interest
MAItKIED WOMAN AND CHILDREN MAY'
DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELBE
CAN DRAW IT.
Open etery biulnusilay fronill.i.m. to 3 p.m.
and ."atimlay evening for eavliigs deimslUi only
W. HYSI.OP, Treasurer.
Till: MASOM HAMLIN
YyiNNKliS ol tiimi hlshent nuslaN and ill-
lilnnu of honor, ut Vlniiim, u;j, nnil
I'urls, ImI", now oiler die ilnett usortiniut ot
thulK't t-iililuet iiiK'iius In thu Mnrld, Including
new etylo-i wltlumnt imin-oemeiilmiot only
eclusiuly rurcimh, ns iViimerly, but alio on
new pl.ui nf e.iy luiyinmu, ihe most lavnraWe
ever iirtiiwl Di:ii lentisl with priUlim ol
pimlia-e, to idiuu.-t any purl nl' thu country.
rirt pa mem li Kl or upward
llhislmleit inUihiKui-4 and clicuhin, wUU full
paitlculau, dent fiet on Idiuivil. Aildrii-i
MASON & HAMLIN OHOAN CO.,
lloitnn, New Yoik orClilcaeo
) . . .
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Leading Journal of Southern
. A I tl.-
Willitculfaatljr oppoic the polfciea of tba
Itepiiblfcan parly, and rcftun to be tram
melled by tbe dictation of any clique In tbe
U belfcvci that tbe Itepubllcan party Jim
fuMMcil It minion, and that tho Demo
cratic party as n-nv organized sbould be re-
Horcd to power.
It believes tbe Kadlcal tyranny that has
for aavcral years oppressed tbe South
should be overthrown and the people of tbe
Southern State permitted to control their
It believes that railroad corporations
should be prohibited by legUUllve enact-
tniiitu from extortlug and unjutly ilascrlm-
Inatlng in their business transactions with
It recognizes the equality of all men be
fore the law.
It advocates free comcc
It advocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest piyment of tho public
It advocates economy in the administra
tion ol public aflalr;.
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