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ASCAf.ON I.ODGK, NO SI.
Knk'liH of t'ythlai, inet every Frl
if nlRlit nt half-punt seven, In Odd
dlowV Hull. C K. Slack,
I Ininrellor Commander.
At.i:r.ijiiitii t.nnr.K. NO. 311.
i. in,i....ii..ii Onli r of Oil'l'lel-
Elowa. meu every tliureiliy night
Atrrjrf' ..t imlr.iuKt wtm. In their hall on
Commercial Menue, brtnren "Ixtii fftnlh
trta John II omk, N. O.
ClAlltO KNtJAMr.Ml.NT, I O. O. r..meeta
Jin OiM-Krllowii' Mull on the tint and thin
IHwlir In ctcry month, nt half-pant teten
t. k am., c. r.
A t.AlltOMJIMll!, .Vtl.SlT.A K. JL1.)M
V5- Hold regular eoinmunlmtioni lit Slit
V jiiIc Hill, corour Commercial aenue
' mii KlKhtn atrcet, on the eecoud and
FoiirUi AtonJaj- or inch month
IVraonnl Tux cm.
The midf-ralpni-d, lcntlits IVrmr iiottw
In rvKanl Ki the payment of personal
taxis may he misunderstood, takci this
method of Informing tlio.ee lntereided
that It nppllr-s to all elases those who
own real eatnte in Well in thoee who do
not. Cost will accrttu and be charged
upon nil delltiqiieiit-1 vlthotit regard to
l:rfoii,aiid dintralut positively bo made
upon their property after the liinit allow
ed by law, the lOlli Inst.
Alex. II. Iitvix,
The I'arleli School wai openrd on Mon
Uv. March !'. Hut puplli will ho to-
cehed at ai.y time, on Ihe conditional
already puiilNbrd. Tho ervlcii of Pro-ft-
ror Krlck han been ccurcd for lnMriic
tl'in In tliB (ic rmio language. I'or llil I m
extra cIihiho will be m ule. Pup l wUldn?
to itudy Herman only, will cotno to the
ettool at 4 o'c.ock p. in.
CluniKH A. Oii.iickt, Hector.
A Me.W-al it Urban Fire I'roof .safe,
with latest Improved combination look.
A No one letter I'le'i.
1--J0-I0t. T. Ivkutii.
Mr. I'. Fitzgerald haijut received nd
!.n on ale at !il sale room a larjje lock
if KiikIUIi lc, porter, Heniu-M.v hramly
jinl wlni-, ami lhpiori of all Unil, which
he will dispose of at reiuonahle price.
For the million, and the be.it grail-! of
foal Oil, to'lio had of C. Y. Ik-nth-Mon,
corner Twolfth utrr-et and onininereial
I'KtT to Seventy-five ililKni per month.
ARent" wanted everywhere. Teachci, la
dle", K'Dt", etc., etc. No capltil or out
lay required, fcend 2-) cent lor postage on
OUtflt, to 1). C. WKt.CIIUA.V,
tl Irvin Station, t'nlon County, Ohio.
Oiv;ii Friday and Saturdays only.
mill Nee Ilrr.
Landlords of hotels anil boarding boinen
will finil it to their nlvatit iirc to call upon
Mr. CaletniD, No 12 Fourth i-trcct. be.
ttvecn Wi thlngton and Comuicrctil riven
ue , anil ascertain her tertni for tloln? bold
and W'dlng lioui-e waihci by the week.
Her wh.ules.ilo price arc extremely
low 7..e. per dozen. For piece work pr ces
arc as follow : Slns'c rhlrt anil eol
lar, 10c; pjr dozen .Vc; ock fc; two cvt-lrt-,
.'ic; twj hindkerclilelf, fit; veHs '."Oc;
and a I gentlemen's wear. loe. per
dozen. Ladles' ilrei'ei-, S5 to f0cj
klrtil) to '."Oc; tlrnwr 10 to lie: two
pair hoc 5c; two collar 5 to If c. For la
dle' plain clothes 81 00 per dozen; lor la
dles tine clothe, tl 'J." per dozen; done
dromptly, nnd promptly dclhereJ. Pa
Table and I'ocket Cutlery, and In fact
anything. In the Hardware Hue such as
Locks, Hinges, Flics Xalls, 1'istoK Caps
and Cartridges can bo had cheaper than
tho cheapest by calling at my store, cor
ner Twelfth and Washington avenue.
2-10-1 in C. W. Ilr.XDEUsON.
Good klnyle rooms on the upper floor at
the .Saint Charles can be bad, with board,
st the very low rate of f 31) per mouth
irril .Nncrlflce of I'lne Cutlery.
I will ofl'er for falo for this next .10(lnyf ,
the largent llivoico of Woiteuholni,
Koger & Wade, and Butcher eut
lerv. ever oll'ered In Cairo, at Importers'
prices. It consists of penknives of all
grades and prlece; alo n large ssortment
of sclsiorj. The goods are now on exhi
bition, and cons-lst of the llnost goods
over brought to Cairo, whloh I will
cell at prices that cannot no equaled lu
tho Welt. Call and so for yourselves.
Cor. Sixth Street and Commercial.
To keep peace in tho tamily, buy a
Charter Oak Coal Cooking Stove, with a
small quantity of Paradiso coal, and you
will always bo happy. All tho dlflercnt
patterns both wood and coal for sale at
"rock bottom" figures, by C. W. Hend
erson, corner Twelfth street and Com
mercial avenue. 2-10-lm.
Two or three, gentlemen can be accom
modated with day board, llotue. on Wal
nut, botweeo Seventh nnd Eighth, Apply
at this oflleo: 80-3-2-6t.
One half of tho largo two story double
brick house on Twontleth strcot, botween
Poplar and Washington. Inquire oi
su-a-2-at. .1 a co ii Klkin.
To AKKrnvnta Iyieiili,
introduce Alcohol into tho utomach, and
thereby rob the dlfiostlvo fluid of Us tolvent
power, HUunitoa place ot bread and meat
with gantrlo Julcu, and it will dlssolvo,
This Is digestion, Add to such a mixture
n little alcohol, and It will not di-rolve,
Thl Illustrates Indigestion. Uoware, then,
yo dyspeptics, of tinctures, inluilonsor do
eoctlons containing spirituous liquors
Khun all such rum "tonics," and rely solely
ou Dr. Walltci's Vinegar Hitters, tho tlnest
Uerbsl Invlgorant known, sua Iroo iromine
lUry curso of Alsohal. M-dVrMm.
TCKSDAY, MAUCII 0, 187').
Kmtoii Se.v I'lrane announu! .IOIIS n.
I'HII.LI.' an a candidate for Mayor of Cairo, nt
the mituliiR municipal election.
.January J), 1S7I. .Maxr Cmess.
I.oenl Weather Iteporl.
CalHO, I I.I.., Mairli 6,
7 a ni.
THOMAS .lO.VES, fcerat. S..U- S. X
We had tho pleasure of meeting .Mr.
Frank Scott, traveling agent of the Kan
kis I'aclllo railroad, who is in our city in
thelntcro.H or the above line, leading to
Denver and Colorado Hplng', tho Ix-auti-lul
report of the Itocky uiouutalns.
All the fricndnof Mm. Murgretha Klein
are roiptcsti.il to attend her funeral Iroin
her residence, a), tho Ilrlek-yard, to tho
Oermau (JaUtflllc church, at 11 o'clock
.harp, UHUay, for services at the church,
and frni there to the I. C. II. II. Depot.
While the steamer II. H. Turner was
lying at tho w harf Iat Saturday night,
the wheel was tied up in order to let
the carpenter of tho boat repair her.
While on tho wheel a plows d drift
wood struck It, turning It enough to
ohip-o the unfortunate man to lo' his bal
ance, and (all off, who has not Inec been
seen or heard of.
UlltclllH Tniiplnr Hop.
The sociable and hop at tho hull of Cairo
Commanderj't h 'I'm Friday evening.
waagrand sucoes in every particular.
Notwithstanding the Inclement weather
in tho early part of tho evening, a largo
crowd va in attendance, :iud all enjoyed
themselves until tho "wo Him' hotir.s."
We iinder-taud that similar reunions will
take place every llrst and third Friday
evenings during March, April and May.
3tr. Miirtln't l.crlnre.
The Atheneiim was crowdi.nl lat night
by a tine audience to lUton to the lecture
of Mr--. Martin in reply to Mr. Ohorly.
Tho exercises were opened by Mrs. Can
dee, who read an appropriate selection.
The lecture was ilriely read by Mlss
Thompson, an unfortunate defect of vi
sion in tho author preventing her Ironi
reading It her-elf. The lecture was a
fine literary production, abounding in
humorous sallies and strong arguments.
It was listened to witli marked attention
and was loudly applauded.
Impro il Ilaml-Ciirl.
Hard times and misfortunes sometimes
aliarpen wit. l!ev. Logan Sleeper, while
waiting at Memphis for opening spring,
(on his return from Bailey Springs. Ala.)
made tho llr.-t revealment of an Invention
upon which he had studied three years.
It Is an Improved 1 laud-Cart The com
mon axle Irom heel to wheel is dis
pensed with. The wheels are skilltully
llxed at tho side- to run on separate sp'n
dles Independently. The bed hangs be
low. The three avgantaifes are. 1.
FaMer of propulsion; li. Cheacr of
construction; 3. More convenient to
load and unload. This llrstone he made
himself, and he is not a mechanic.
It can bo seen at thu Hcli.ktix olllce,
and is for sale.
We, the undersigned, having carefully
compared the llov. Dr. Thayer's sermon
on "The Dew" with tho article read by
Mr. McKee at tho Parlor Concert, from
tl) pen of Dr. March, hereby testify that
they are ticoentirtly dill'ercnt productions.
Wellndtlutthereisbtit little similarity
either In the argument or In the manner
of presenting it. They are, In fact, two
distinct and widely ditlereut treaties upon
tho same .subject. S. D. Ari:us,
I consider it an act of justice to stato
that I was pre-ent when the above com
parison was made, and am astonished
that any one who heard .Mr. Thayer's
sermon delivered, should have claimed
for it any similarity to tho article above
referred to. N .u.r. 1-. McK r.K.
In addition to Hie above, permit mo to
say, that, until yesterday morning, l never
saw Dr. March's article on tho "Dew;"
never saw an extract from It and did not
know that It was in existence. Allow mo
also to state that I have never seen a ser
mon on thu "Dew" Irom tho pen of any
minister. H. 11. Tiuvim.
In a recent Issue of the Hi'i.lctin, we
copied an article from the St. Louis
Vtmocmt, giving thu particulars of tho
release ot a man named .T. M. Gay, from
tho Illinois Stato penitentiary, who had
been Incarcerated lor tho murder ot a
gentleman named Farley. The article
stated that Gay had always been a quiet
and peaceable man up to tho time of his
trouble with Farley, who provoked liliu
to the deed. Since the publication ol tho
item, however, we have been Informed by
a well-known gentleman of this city, who
is acquainted with tho particulars of the
atl'alr, that Gay Is a bad man, and that ho,
(Gay) went to tho house, of Mr. Farley,
and called him out, and shot him in tho
dooryard without any provocation what
ever. Our Informant also tells us that
Farley Is not tho only man whom Gay
has shot at In his lifetime, lu Pulaski, but
tlmt ho missed his aim on tho first at
tempt, nnd adds: "It would have been
better for tho community If he had not
On next Thursday night wo aro .to
havo in the way of amusements, tho
world-famed Merger Famllyv Swiss Hell
Itlngers, of whom tho L(ttlqloeU (Ark)
Opitttwuiyn i Tho Bwjjej-Family closed
their engagement In UiIh city at Conc.or.
dia hall last night, to a full house. Tho
programme was one of unusual Interest,
and held thu closest atU-nt Ion of ono of
the best audiences that ever assembled In.
tills city. Tho performances of tho sev
eral nrt!t, both ladles and gentlemen,
excelled, If possible, their eilbrts on
former occasions. Thu bell ringing
was excellent, and tho solo,
by Miss Anna Merger. was
never surpassed by any artifct In this city.
She was repeatedly npplattdcd. The
character songs, by Mr. McKee, were
really praiseworthy, and he was popular
with all. Tils "Tooralooralle" will not
soon be forgotten. Tho bell duet, by
Miss Henrietta and Mr. Henry Herger,
and tho character sketches by LeOrand,
received meritorious applause. Mr. Wil
liams, with Ids liarmonlcoii, brought
down tho house. The troupe leaves to
day for Shrcveport. Wo are proud to
recommend tho company to the atniisc-ment-lovliig
ix.'oplu of Louisiana and
Texas. They will ever bo gladly wel
comed back to this city.
A I'lensniit I'nrly.
Knnoit Hci.lktin : A very pleasant
gathering of young folks mot at the resi
dence of Mr. tireely, last Friday evening,
March Jith. It was Intended as a surprise
parly for Master Harry, but some little
bird li;id whl"pcred In his ear ot what bo
might expect, so that ho was not so much
surprised us pleated to meet his young
friend'. Invitations had been Issued to
about fifteen couples, but the evening
being stormy, not so many arrived. Of
course dancing was tho principal feature
of tho entertainment, but games and
other amusements were provided
for those who did not trip
the light fantastic toe. Miss
Annie Alvord played some very sweet
pieces on the piano. A very elegant ta
ble was spread icecream, delicious cake
of different varieties, oranges, apples
and choice confections. After full Justice
had been done, dancing wiii again re
sumed, and kept up until a late hour.
Mr. and Mrs. Greeley were untiring in
their eilbrts to make everything pass oil
pleasantly, and with due appreciation ot
the ph-a-itrc allbrded, thu young ladles
and gentlemen desire this communica
tion in-erted in your very valuable pa
per. Kesnectfully, M.
Tile School Htli'sllon.
The controversy which ha been going
on through thoseveralnewspaiiersof this
city, between Mrs. P. A. Taylor, County
School Superintendent of Alexander
county, and Mr. M. It. Hnrrell, editor of
the Cairo Gazdte, has given rise to a
good denl of talk in papers outside ol
tills city, of which the St. Louis Globe is
one. In giving it opinion of the matter,
that journal says:
"At the hist election In Illinois. Mrs. P.
A. laybrwas eho-eii County Suioriii
tondeut of Schools lor the county of Alex
ander. The office ought to Iks one of
great honor, as thecmolumcnt are small,
lind the duties aro multifarious. As tho
pay has been tlxed by the Legislature at
t-t'for every "visiting day" aclu illy em
ployed, and as tho county court has llxed
the nuinlx-r of visiting days at the figures
123, Mrs. Taylor's reiiuineraliouamoiints
to all of $300 per annum, lu
consideration of this sum she
I not only obliged to "put in" the
123 days, above alluded to.hi visiting and
supervising tho schools ot tho county,
but has iiianv other duties to perform,
some of which aro quite Important, and
all of which are onerous. Shi; is also
held re-pou.sible for considerable amounts
of nionev, as well a for the sutllelency of
the bonds of all the township treasurer-,
ami is compelled to give a bond for the
faithful performance of her duties. It
will be icrei'lved that the salary is entiri
Iv out of proportion to the service? re
quired. It Is so small that a man would
! tillable to live upon It.
The men, therefore, do not attempt
to live upon It, but seek other
sources of Hibslstcncc. It is highly pro
bable that there is not a County Superin
tendent of Schools in the
State ol Illinois who does not eke out
his income by some other employ
ment, unle-s he happens to pos'oss an In
dependent fortune, and wo believe that
the practice was never objected to. Hut
it Is quite otherwi-e with a woman. Al
though she may havo a dependent family
as appears to uo mo cau witu .Mrs.
Tavlor ho Is expected to subject her
self and little ones ou what would starve
a man. Thus, when it becomes known
that this lady expects to add to her in
come by teaching in a parish school, a
Cairo newspaper raise a clamor about It.
and declares that -he must either resign
her olllce, or confine her labor-to its du
ties alone. Mrs. Taylordoes not appearto
be greatly dl-coneerted bythisattaek.aud
mildly refers to the fact that previous su
perintendent, who happen to have been
men, have all combined other business
duties. She i ot the onlnion that the
sauce with which the gander Is served mi
should bo considered a sulliclent relish
for the goose, and herein she should he
supported by all fair-nimded people."
Notice to Shipper.
New Oiiliuns, SrrT.oi'is & Chicago
Haii.uoau Co., Aoent'h Dup't,
Caiiio, III., March S, 1873.
From this date this company will re.
eelvc only twenty thousand pounds lor
shipment as one car load. Any excess of
this weight will be forwarded at tho Car
rier's convenience. H. F. Hluk, Agent.
Aotlce of Itemoviil.
tJchlcht .V Ulrlch havo removed their
ehemlcil dyeing and deauslng cstab
llshmeut Ironi tho corner of Lljhtti and
Commcrclil to Washington Avenue
between '!uth and Tenth streets. Tomoct
tho wants of their ininy customers, they
heve ordered and havo Jnst received from
E r po a large lot ot tho finest dyo studs,
and aro now ready to attend to any orders
in their lino. ,'lj-rj D-lm.
tint tho Host. ,
Dr. Seth Arnold's Cough Killer the gffnt
cradicstor lor all lung diseases a superior
romiKlj-to all other medicines yetdUcqvcr
oil. In severe eases. It is a sure, quick, and
.. . . , . . -ffi . .
poriuciiy said remouy lor cougns,-colds,
Boro Ihrost, whooping 'cough, croup, and
n 1 dltoases nf tho Throat and Luiub. He.
tall prlco, 2) and 60 cents and tl. Any
bottle that docs not give relief may bare
turnod, and the money will bo r-ifimdeil
Dr. Seth Arnold's Diarrhwa Hal-am, 25 nnd
00 cent. Mo.: ombcr It Is warranted. Ar
nold's lillllous Mandrake Fills, operstlng
without sickness and pain. Compounded
by Dr. Seth Arnold's Medical Corporation
Woonsockot, It. I. Sold by raulO. Schuh,
druggist, Cairo, 111, M-J-O Im,
There will bo a regular tncotlug of
tho city council this evening.
Harry Hobbi-son's" famous minstrel
troupe open nt tho Atheneum to-night.
Snow balling was tlicordi f I
day yesterday. Everybody had u baud
The civil rights bill having been
pasted, it is said that tho prlco of razors
Tho Hcv. Mr. Ollbcrt1 sermon on
"Gambling," Is said to have Ik en a very
The editor of tho Sun Is the recipient
of a lively nhaklng up at tho hands of tho
lady who signs herself Mrs. S, .1. S.
Itcnumibcr tho lecture to bo delivered
by the Kev. .Mr. Wallar at tho High
School building to-night.
On Thursday night the Ilergor Fata
lly, Swiss Hell Klngers, will appear at
Mrs, S.J. S. declines to lecture, bo-
cause she thinks that her ability asapub-
ho speaker Is "wofully lacking."
Tho Kev. Mr. Wallar, pastor of tho
Mt-thodist clinch of this city, will deliver
a lecture in tho High school building to
night. The snow of Saturday night is
said to havo been the heaiiest that
has taken place In those parts for many
Dr. Dunning enjoyed himself Sunday
by driving about town behind a fiery
team of little nags attached to a neat little
Everything is quiet hereabouts. No
dog lights, no chicken lights, no man
llghts.uo nothing has occurred within the
past two days.
Tho regular weekly sociable of the
Liberal l'ellglous Association will take
place at their hall to-morrow evening. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
One Tom Honard has been conduct
ing himself in u manner that did not
please lilsmother-in-Iaw, and she had him
taken before .fudge Uross and lined live
dollars and costs.
From Deputy Sherlil' Sheeli.ni. we
learn that Howie llrothers. pork packers
of tills city, aro again In trouble. Some
one has been going for their hams.
It Is said that not more than three or
probably four of the present aldermen of
this city will stand for ro-clcetlon. Mr.
McGauley, we are informed, insists upon
retiring, as do several others.
Mr. Alfred Comings, of this city, hav
ing secured the endorsement of a largo
number of the most Iniluetitlal men in
these parts, will bo an applicant for the
position of postmaster of the Forty
Mr. Soloman A. Porter had three of
his fingers sawed oil' last Friday, at Wal
bridge Urothcrs' saw mills, at Mounds
Junction. Cause, tho usual one, getting
one's lingers in the way of the saw.
The Iter. Dr. Thayer, accompanied
by ids family, will leave tills city next
Saturday afternoon for VInconnes, where
h will enter upon his duties as paster ol
tiie First Presbyterian church of that
During tho heavy wind and snow
storm which visited this city last Satur
day night, the main stay of this Institu
tion engaged In a tussle with a pair of win
dow shutters, in which tho said shutters
came near getting away with their man
The people of this city aro becoming
very much Interested in literary societies.
Tw o clubs ol this kind havo been organ
ized In Cairo within the past week,
namely: Tho "Woman's Club and Liter
ary Association," and the "Taylor Liter-
arv society. '
Messrs. Edward Budcr, Charles
choenmycr, and Win. Alba, constitute
a committee Appointed by tho Turner's
oclcty ol tlsis city to perfect arrange
ments for an Easter Monday ball, to take
place at Scheel's hall on the 21th of this
Hiirrell, of tho CazMc, has, for tho
benefit of his readers, had a cut made
which he thinks is a perfect picture of
tho editor of tho Sim when pondering
over tho articles of the Omtlle and Hul-
.i:tin, and which ho inserts in a recent
Issue of his paper.
It now comes to light that the honor
of the capture of Ed. John-ou. the Mem
phis mail-car robber, does not belong to
detective Pinktrton. but to lien. Echols,
of Caledonia, who tracked him to Me
tropolis, and then to Capo Girardeau,
where ho was the first to Identify and
elzo hold of hhn.
Mr. William Wetzel, present proprie
tor of the St. Nicholas hotel, has leased
the Perry House, corner Commercial
ivcnuo and Eighth street, with the Inten
tion of refitting and furnishing It, and
starting a first-class hotel. The house will
bo called the Grand Central.
Sirs. S. J. S., in her last letter to the
Gazrtte, asks somebody of this city to de
liver a lecture to the children. Sho says
tho lectures which have been ottered In
the high school building up to tho pres.
cut time, have not interested them, lor
the reason that they "possess no adapta
bility in manner and matter to tho ago
and intellect of tho majority of young
folks who go to hear them."
From the Gazelle wc learn that Dr.
Honnard, lato of this city, was recent
ly sentenced by tho Jackson county cir
cuit court to thrce.'years' imprisonment in
the penitentiary, under an indictment lor
causing tho death of ono of his patients
by mal-practlcfl. Tliero Doing some ques
tion as to the justice oi tno decision tno
Dr's attorneys moved tho Judgo of tho
Supremo Court for a writ of supersedeas.
The writ was granted, Inst week, on tho
ground that tho evidence did not war
rant thu conviction.
Tito Alexander County Ilnnh
will bo open from 0 to 8 p, in., on
Wednesdays and Saturdays for business
lu tho Savings department. Interest
paid on time deposits. , '
ll.3-5.lmo. , Cashier.
Klgtit Urgo rooms over- ITntinon's book
store, on Cutnniorclal Avenue, and a cot
tage of tlvo rooms (cuo of thu Dovunoy cct
tigoi) on Division streat, Apply t)
jj-'j l-tit. No. 72 Ohio LpVOs.
Glllcl's Flavoring Extract tliobo.it
In use, and for sale by nearly every gro
cer. Joe ltocckcr Is now In full control of
the Washington bakeiy, and having learn
ed the wants of the public, Is prepared to
supply on call a'l demands for French loaf,
Ilo'ton, Drown and Graham bread, ami
everything elso ordinarily lound In a first
clan link. ry. lie maintains n full slock of
confectioneries, and can, as well as any
other dealer lu tho city, fill all orders In
that line, Cakes hiked, frotod or orna
mented on short notice, Specla (attention
given to tho or Jen of wedding or picnic
Call for tho best Glllet's Haklng
Powder for it never disappoints the
Newly.fltteif, finely furnbheil barber
stop by tleorgo Stcinhousc, corner Com
mercial avenue and Klhth street. Yt-ars
of pr.ict'cc have given him a light hand
that mikes a smooth shave delightful. All
who try li m once will call again. All the
late dally paiiors aro kept on his tibia for
tho benefit ol his costomers, and there Is
no tedious walling f ir turns. tf
Glllet's Haklng Powder the best in
use always reliable.
II. Schmetzstorff announces to his friends
and lormer patrons tint ho 1ms opened the
DKLTA HAKI'HY, comer of Nineteenth
and Poplar strict, where he will be pleased
to greet them again, and aures them that
he can furnish the best of fresh bread, rolls,
etc. Oknitne It YE llitEAIi will be made a
specialty. Try hlin again. 45-2-12-lui
Georgo Littner cornerof Fourteenth and
S'ashlugton avenue, will filMilsh he catter,
very day to his patron" a No. 1 lunch, be
:een the hours of ten and twelvo o'clock,
r rcdi Milwaukee beer and fragrant Havana
;lgars to be had at his I ir at all times.
The lionc now occupied by Mr. Win.
Wetzel, known as the "St. Nicholas
Hotel," situated on Commercial avenue,
between Seventh and Eighth streets. Is
suitable for any kind of business. En
quire of Mrs. Augusta Harris, on Seventh
street, or to Peter Nell", Ohio Levee.
Sealed proposals, addressed to the City
Council of the city of Cairo, will bo re
ceived at my olllce until fi o'clock p. m.
of Tuesday, tho lCth day of March, for
removing the pest-house from Its
present location on Thirty-Fourth street,
to a point ou "Grave-Yard Hidgc," at or
near its junction witli Park avenue, If
Said building is to bo removed to said
last mentioned location and placed
thereon in a's'good condition as the same
The City Council reserves the right to
reject any nnd all bids.
Will IC Hawkins, City Clerk.
Cairo, 111., Marcli Oth, 1875. 3-7-10t
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
l!iiJ Keller for Yoiinir Men from th
facets nf Krrore and Abtum in early life. Man
hood restored. Imdlnii'iiU to Marring): re
moved. Netr meihoi! of treatment. New and
remarkable remedies Hooka and circulars i nt
free, in sealed envelope'. AddreMi, IIOWAKI)
ASSOCIATION, tia.V. Nintli ntn-et, I'lilladcl
jiliU, I 'A , an Institution having a IiIrIi reputa
tion for honorable conduct and professional
Steamer Jn. l-'Isk, "Padueah.
' Arkniiea? Hello, Evansvllle.
" Hello Memphis, St. I.ouls.
" Pat Cleburne, EraiHville.
" St. .Io-eph, Memphis.
'' Haven and tow, Ohio.
' Charles Morjran, Cincinnati.
" Capitol City, Vlcksburg.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
Steamer Jas. Fhk, Padueah.
" Arkansas Hullo, Kvan-ville.
" Paragon, South.
Hello. Memphis, Memphis.
" Colorado, St. Louis.
" Pat Cleburne. Kvansvllle.
" St. Joseph, St. Louis.
" Minneola, Memphis.
" Charles Morgan, New Orleans.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
" T. V. Eckert, Sheep island.
' Eddyvllle, South.
" (irand Tower, Kvnnsvllle.
nivr.n, wi:atiii:u and ncniNn.s.
Tho Mississippi continues falling nt St.
Louis and tho channel is 5J loet between
here and that city, hut hard to Hud.
Tho Ohio has risen eighteen inches in
the last forty-eight hourf, and continues
to rise at a rapid rate.
Hushics.3 on tho levco was fair during
tho forenoon, but scorned to decrease to
ward evening. Thcro were few shipments,
and none ofthoboatij that left yesterday
received any freight here.
Tho weather was clear and pleasant
the day long, but pedestrians found It
a dlliloulty to navigate through the mud
UO Alt) lk a vino to-day.
Tho splendid side-wheel steamer .loo
Kinney, will leave this evening for Vlcks
burtrand way points Tho commodi
ous passenger steamer Colorado Ed.
Gray, master, Cha Carroll, clerk,
Is the regular Anchor Uuo packet for
Memphis at 5 p.m. this evening
Thn fleet-footed Hello Memphis (Anchor
Lino) will bo up from Memphis for St.
Louis this ovcnlng. Sho Is oillcered by
Capt. John C. Crane, with 0. Hewlt and
Luke Harnard in tho olllce Tho City
of Alton ami Heo from St. Lotus, aro duo
to-day. Uoth aro on route for Now Or
Tho Clrns. Morgan, Al. Stein, master,
and Harry Steiuiind Oscar Haynes, clerks
had all the freight sho wanted, being
ioadod (o tho guards. Sho had quite a
number of excursionist from I.ouisvlIIo
for New Orleans Tho Capitol City
camo up Hying light, with 22,000 feet of
lumber for St. Louis; 331 "bags com for
New Orleans, and 10 barrels sundries for
Hales Point, Tciin ThoMliincola had
a good trip of both passengers and freight.
Sho discharged considerable freight for
divers merchants In this city The fer
ryboat T. K. Selmes brought 370 sacks
corn from Missouri for Mathuss & Uhl
A dlspatcn was received hero yesterday
morning by the captain ol the
T. F. Eckert stating that tho steamer
City of Vlcksburg, out from St. Louis for
Vicksburgwltli all tho freight she could
carry, hail sunk at Sheep Island. Tho
Tho cause of tin sinking or nature of the
damage dono wo were unablo to asser-
taln Tho mammoth freight steamer
Paragon left here Sunday w ith 1,100 Ions
for the South.
. i, iiiir.ti nrritKT, I
MarcliS, ls7J. J
ttlTIOSi. LOW WATKtl. CIIAXOK
IT -l. n IN.
riltubur " " II x
Cincinnntl at 0 S u
1-oulsvlllr ..... 11 In 1. il
M. Louis .' 7 07
Cairo, III., Monday Evu.siNn.l
March 8, 1S70.
The weather turned cold on Saturday
evening nnd a heavy fall of snow during
the night covered the ground to the depth
of at least six inches; tills Is thotiuht to
be the deepest ever known lu this section.
To-day lias boon mild and pleasant, tho
sun shone warm, ami the snow I fast
disappearing, leaving lu its place mud,
sliifh and Intensely illsiifroeable streets.
The river is big, but about on n stand
still to-day. Timid people are.beglnnliig
to experience the annual Spring scare,
but our levees are safe and there is not
tlio least danger of an overflow. There
Is nothing new in the market. Leading
articles aro steady and linn, and values
unchanged. Stocks ot corn and hay are
very light. Oats aro plenty for the de
mand. Flour rule- as uual, (pilet and
easv. I'rovisions rule (inlet anil un
changed, with nothing doing in u specu
latho way, and only a light order trade.
WiyOur friends should bear In mind
thtiKhc prices hero given tiro usually for
sale irom llrst hands hi round lot. Hi
filling orders and for broken lots it is nec
essary to chnrgt" an advance over these
The market rules quiet and uuehaiiKcd.
The demand is small but regular tor the
order trade, and we note no increase in
stock". Sales reported were ilOO barrel-,
SI 2."X3rT 70; 300 barrels city fl rsjr, 50;
100 barrels $"3l; oOO barrels ?:t 7.i5 -10;
300 barrels f 1 oOg," ."0.
Stocks arc light and demand fair all
round. The demand for medium grades
has Increased anil receipts arc light.
Prices rule steady nnd linn. Wo note
sales of 2 ears choice timothy delivered
S21 W); 1 car choice mixed delivered WO;
2 cars prime timothy delivered $20; 1 car
good mixed delivered $20; 1 car common
mixed $1S; 3 cars choice timothy deliv
Tho supply olh'-ring Is light and the de
mand steady and active. White corn Is
very scarce, not enough comes in to meet
thu wants of tho market. Sales were 1
ear No. 2 white in bulk on track, 70c; 2
cars No. 2 white In sacks delivered, 7"c;
3 tsirs No. 2 mixed in bulk on track, 68c;
1 car No. 2 mixed In bulk on track, CSc;
1 car No. 2 white lu bulk on track, 70c;
3 cars No. 2 mixed in sacks delivered,
75c; 3 cars No. 2 white in sacks delivered,
77c; 3 cars No. 2 mixed hi bulk on track,
The market is moderately well suppli
ed, but the stock on hand is not largo
enough to weaken prices or meet any
sudden lncrea-e In the demand. Wo note
sales of 1 car No. 2 mixed In sacks deliv.
ered, 01c; fi ears No. 2 mixed In sacks de
livered, 01c; 3 cars No. 2 black In bulk
on track, Ct)c; 3 cars No. 2 mixed in sacks
delivered, (llc;j2 cars No. 2 black mixed
hi sacks delivered, 05c; 1 car No. 2 white
hi sacks delivered, 05v; 3 ears No 2 mix
ed In sacks delivered, (ile; 2 cars No. 2
mixed in aeks delivered, tile.
The market Is easy and prices un
changed. Green meal is overstocked
and not wanted. Steam dried Is quiet
but firm. Sales were 100 barrels green
meal, $3 503 So; 200 barrels steam dried
delivered, $3 00; BOO barrels city, steam
dried delivered, ' 75. "
The market Is well supplied, weak and
unsettled, The demai.d Is very small
and prices tend downward. No note
sales 100 sacks slilpstulV In small lots.
Tho market rules steady and firm with
light receipts and good demand. Prices
aro linn with no tendency to advance, al
though the supply offering ot all kinds is
very limited. We note sales of 1000 lbs.
good Northern roll 23c; 300 bis, choice
Northern roll 25c; 10 tubs choice North
ern packed 23c; 300 lb. Southern Illinois
roll 20o; 300 lbs. Northern roll 22o; 10
tubs Northern packed 2i!c; 500 lbs. choice
Southern Illinois roll 25c.
Tho market Is well supplied demand
falling of and prices weak witli u down-
ward tendency to-day. Sales were 500
dozen 22c; 1000 dozen 23c; 1000 23o; 1200
Tho demand for seed potatoes con
tinues good at prices ranging from 3 00 to
3 75 nccordlng to kind and condition.
The market rules quiet and easy, with
no speculative and only n limited onler
demand. Wo quoto to-day dry salt clear
sides packed lOJc; dry salt clear sides loose
10Jc;drysalt shoulders packed 7Jc;dry
salt shoulders looso 7 ; Uacon hams 13c;
Hucon shoulders 8e; Tierce Lard 13Jo ;
Half-barrels Lard lie; lluckct Lard 15c.
During tho prevalence ot the cold
snap, receipts nl dressed poultry sold
readily at good figures, but iho season Is
so-far advanced that tills branch is risky.
Live chickens are in actlvo demand and
Cmickknc Sales were 3 coops mixed,
$2 &O03; 1 coop Ilvo liens, $3 oj. .
dozen live, $3 23; 23 dozen choice liens,
TurtKEYH and Gf.usk. uOOlbs.drcased,
13c; 3 coops live gceso $5.
Tho demand Is small and merely local.
The market Is well supplied. Wo note
salo 30 barrels choice, f33 23.
Corrected Dally by K. M SlfArni, commission
meicnani, secretary oi me Lalro Iloanl of
Flonr. according to irmde
tl OOftn 00
... .. I9lt
...... $1 TO
. VO' t.23c
S3 CW.3 n
10 00,'ajl.'. CO
H .Va3 i'.
....... Ol3 00
Corn, mixed, sacked
Corn, white, nncV.nl .,
Oats, mixed ......
limn, per tun
.Mcul, ntrnni dried
Ilutler, choice Northern roll .....
Mutter, choice Nouthcm Illinois
I'.itiM, per dozen
Chickens, r dozen
lurki-js, -rdiieii ,
Appt, choice, per barrel
Apples, common, per barrel-....-.
onions, ier iwrrel
Iliickwlinit flowr ............
Chene, ier pound
15 EI'ORT of Ihe comUibn of the Oily Nallonal
.trunk of alro, al Cairo in the ttate ef lllinon
i ihe uoe of bimncs M.-ireli 1, mis,
l."Au and ditiuunti
U S. i-.jii.1j iu -turt circula
tion Other lo:li,lxjtMti anj n on.
i)ue from redeeming and re
Due frtn other national baakt
I lie from Male bank and
Iieal eiuie, furniture and fin
lure tnrrent ex't-iis-i & Xnivt
a i ,5oi oi
27, 3?" Z.l
I li-ck, nnd other cath lltim 0 ?,si -)
IlitU of other national bank. 7,-sil eO
I'rartiohal currency, (fncllhl
inc nickehi J.VHIO
Specie, inrludi k gulil ( re-
ury tinm l.'.TH si)
ij-cnl tender note ro.'j'OliiJ .17,779 0)
Ifeiletiihtlonriui.t Willi P.
ft. Treamicr (3 ierrent.
Due from V. H. Trni'iirer
nllit-rtlmn 3rii-iil. ru-
ieinitloii fiiml 0,10) fi
Total Ill's,!) i
Capital ltuk paid In ....Sl.Wi0 00
Su plm fund w
Other undivided profit! 3l,d. S
National Hank nomouutaiiuing ... ...... 1imiu(i
Individual deposits Mitiject til cheek . a3l.lt-'! 91;
Hoc toother National llankl 'Ji.lV.l. I
Due to nate lank anJ banken 4s,'j71 03
State of ItllnoU, county of Alexander, if.
I, A. II. S.UKi
. L'alhlcrof the Cilv
tlonal Hank ot tatro, do otninly iwcar that the
ibove statement l true to the best of my knowledge
imiociiei. a 11. r.r r nun, i:atner.
f utcribed and iworn to before me this hth day t f
March, Ie73. II. II. I'AXDr.ti,
Correct Attet ;
II I, iiAi.umv.i 1
. I. VILI.I.MSi)s5. L Directou.
IS. It. cUNNINlillAM.l
Athenoum Ono Night Only.
THURSDAY, March II, 1875.
llrtuni to Cairo of the Popular and ctcr r'uvurite
Entire Xow Cumpuiiy.
t anu.-Thc maiiiiKcmcnt respeclftilly nnnotince
to Ilii-rltUens oft iilrn n..it uie Splemllil i-om-iiuny
nfnrlliU tlicv li:ive lu pivjem ml-. ei,in
1) IH-Ilevtil to lie nti'iniKer in the point uf itrtlMlc
tali-lit than liny the- hate eu-r bninclit herein
put finisoim. 'I hi-iiiiaiiliiiuiH voice of the pren
unit, the oviTWlielmlns uuillences with which
they lmteeervheri-ljeen peeled, warnmtlhe
assertion that our many I'ru-uiU lu Cniro may
unticiiuti- uu entcrt.iinnu-nt of moie than usual
first niieamnce in this city or the Ilenotrnnl
Coineillnii .Mr. Jus. V ,siclrt. r'lnt up
peiinmce of the relehp.ileil cliarucler liupitona
lor, l.-tJrniiil. .MI- Annie Ilerjfer, Ihe most
m-coniiilinlieil Cornet Milnlst in America. Mla
httle lierin-r t'ryntnl Chlinei 'I ho entire coin
pan will nppiar All ll.e lalu oui ami new
Ailinltmloii 7.1 mill .10 rents.
tJ-Sntts csin lie tecurl tvt Dan Hartman'a
ivlihoiitetruc)mrge. CHAM. II l'UATT,
Tuesday and Wednesday, H 9 & 10.
H arry R obinson's
THS M Willi THE SILVER ROiXS.
i-MOXG A DAIVCJB MllX- l
SOLID SILVER HELICON BAND,
lu All! Grenadier uulform.
EJltcrTed Seatra at Dan Ilailinan'i.
Or irt or tub Caiiio 4 St. Ixttrit )
HAIL iiuad uo., uairo, lit..,
marcli 3n, is. J. I
A nieetlnp of the, nirectort or thU Company
will be beUl on Friday, the liihdar of March.
'"'. A. U. 187J. at 10 o'clock A M , at the
orncufd, U. Taylor In tho City of Cairo. lilt
atj, , B. STAATS TAYLOR.
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