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ASCAI.ON I.')l)Gi:, NO M.
Knlirlitn of I' tlri, rnceti rurjr I'll
day nlKlit til Imli ,.n't clcii, mUdd
l tllow' llatl l K.SI.aik,
( liaiKTllnr t (iiiiiii.in'ltr.
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?3P&flow, "' ,'4er' I1 l"l1rll !'Pl'l
a Wl. v VI . f . .1 ...la.. In iI.kIv Lull
'.'firms- III ll:lll-Mil -vn ii, ... m nil
(.oimiii'irliil hii-iuh'i utwiHii Mllli iiii-I bini nlli
Hn. In .Ion X II ll'iKini, N (..
fUlll'l i:.M AMI'JII.NT, I (). O. I' Inccls
Win iMil-l-vil'HtV Hall mi the fli-t nnil thiol
MICtfilJl IU I irij iii'.iiiii. li . 1 1 II
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( MltOMJIHIl:. Ml J 17, A r aa;.m
iioi'i nviiiar riiiiiiiiuiiii anon hi si.i-
A. rii.' llnil. iMiiur t (iiiiiiu rcul ntt'iiuc
itiiiiiu Jiuii'i.iy in men inonm
Tlio Parish School w.v opened on Moti
day, March !'. Hut pupils ullllo ic
relied nt any time, on lln; cnndltlnui
already published. The icrvlcji nf I'ro
Ic nor Frlck havo been secured for Instriic-
thn In tha (letinin language. I 'or tli 1 1 en
extra chirge will h made. Pup U wMiIng
lo utility (irrman only, w.ll ionic to tlio
SCQOOl it 4 o c ock p. Ill,
Ciwiilf A, (ill. twin, Hector.
Mr. P. Fitzgerald hnJut recoiled nml
!in on talu at his Kilos room a largo stock
it KngfUh ali;, porter, Ili'ini")' I randy
and wlno, nml liquor of hII LIikU. which
Li Hill dispose of at reasonable rice.
Fifty to cventy-tlm (hilars per month.
Agent wanted everywhere. Teacliois, la
dies, gents, Lie, etc. No copltil or out
lay reipilml. iend 1) cent fur postige on
Olttfit, tO l. C. Wlil.CIIMAN,
tl Irvln Station. l,'nlon Comity, Ohio.
Open Fridays: and Saturday only.
On unit .Sec Her.
Landlords ol hotel" and hoarding 'jouc
Will Unit It to their ml vai UH'c to call upon
Mr, (''jlciiun, So 12 Kuurtli street, be
tween W. 'Illusion ami Commend d aven
ues, and an-eitulti lier term lor iiilii hotel
and loi dlii); houe waslict by thf week.
Iler wholesale ptl'im are extremely
low 7.'ie. per dozen. For piecu work pr eu
are ai lollow: Single lilrt and eI
lir, 10c: pr dorti S.'rj ock .V; two collar-,
fc: twi lmudkerclilel, Ik; leit -k",
mid all (tetiUiiicii' wear, 'n, per
dotn. Ladlen dre'ef, t't li Me;
kirtil) to !); ilriwr 10 to l!c; two
j air lioe Jm: two collars .'i to lflc. For la
dle' pUIn elotln-c 81 (hi pr iloen; lor In
die line clothe, ft i' ier docii; done
dromptly, and promptly deliverud. P
Snlnl ( liiirli-H.
CjooI Mncle room on lliu upper lloor t
the Saint Cliarlci ran be had, with board,
at the very low rate of &T) per month
Two or three 'oiitlt totn ran 1 c aceom
inodatcd ilh diy board. IIou-o on Will
nut, between .vntli mid Kliglith. Apply
at thliofllrc; iVWM-Ct.
To .1 KKrni iilo li.i "M'iisln,
Introiluce Alcotiot Into the toinich, an 1
thereby rob the dijfeMlvc iHild or lln mjlvent
juwer. .Situr.itea piece ol lire id and meat
witti gattrlc juitc, and It will dlitolve,
Tbln I digolion. Add to Mich a mixture
: little alcohol, and It will not di olve,
'I hi illustrates IndiKe'tlrtc. Ilcuare, then,
ye dypeptlr, of tiiicturrs lnlttIon or
coi"' o.i con alnlOK "plrlluo i tipto
Khun all tHi nun "tonlci-," and rely .ololy
on Dr. iViilkc.' Vinegar Hitter, tha tine at
herbal lnvliorard kn ivin, Hid free from the
llcry clirn' of Alohol. d.Vw-lui.
(irorii-e l.tttner uornerof Fourteenth and
iVashtnton aienue, will funih hercaltcr,
cry day to hi pitt-on a No, 1 lunch, be
tween the hourn of ten and twelve o'clock,
r'roh Milwaukee beer and fragrant llavnna
'lt,'ur to be had at ill I ir at all timiM.
Scaled iropo;al. addtt-il to tlio City
Council nl'llio city uf Cairo, will lie re
ceived nt my olllce until ."i o'ldock p. in.
of Tuc'day, the lfitli day of Mnrili. for
ruttiovin tho pc.t-hoii-c trout lt
lire-cut locallou on Thirty-Fourth 'Irvct,
to n point on '(iravt'-Vard Kidc," at or
near Iti Jutictiou witli Park aicnui.1, if
Said building i lo he fptuoved to sild
l;i't iiiciitioiicd lucatioii and placed
thereon in as ood condition a tlio siuie
The City t.'ounell ry-urvoi tin.' rij;lit to
reject any and nil bliN.
.Vim. K Hawkins, City Clerk.
C.imo, Im... Marcli mil, 1"i. :i-7-10t
.Notice of Itcinoinl.
is-'liicht .V I'lrleh have rcmoicd their
ehcmlcil dyeing nud dram In;: ctab
llahmeut Irani tho corner ol KiJitit nnd
Oomuereiil ti Waililiitoii Avenue,
between Ninth nudTenth ktreotn. To meet
tho wanti" of their tinny eust-tneri, they
hevo ordered and lue Jnst feci Ived from
i: ir po n large lot ol tho Ihittt dyo sHiiVf,
andiro now ready to attend to any order,
lu their line. :iJ-:l Win.
11. SchmctiMoriranuutiiiccs to his friends
and lormei' patrons tint ho lias opti3d the
DELTA llAlvKUV, corner of Nineteenth
and Poplar fctfi t, hcro ho will lie pieaHed
to (trcct thetn iiKaln, and ot-t-tirot them that
ho can furnlidi tlio bestnf Ircth bread, ndU,
etc, (iKNin.NK itvi: Hrkad will be iitado a
Hpcclalty. Try lilm aaln. iri-2.l2-lm
for Sale rhenp.
Any pcron wautlnt: to buy a Hup largo
horne, mdtablo fur waijon or dny, can he
accommodated by ca Hup at the Mcthodlt
ParhOHiifio l.lshth klrcet.
New Harness ami Siiilille Nlioi.
Thoctllz in of Cairo and vicinity nro
hereby respeetlully liiioruteU that wo havo
otioncd n llani' iis and f-addle Shop at No,
105 Comniorclal Avenue, uhoro can be
found at all llinei, a lull tdock of articles In
our Hue, at as low prices ns tho kaius claks
ol work can ho boiurhl in any m u'koi. uo
pairiiiK done promptly. Carrlnga trliiitnlug
a specialty. Pleaso give us a. call.
0-M2-0t, U. D. APKIN CO,
SA'IVHDAY, .MAUCII 111, lH7o.
l'or .Mii nr.
r.litlnii s,IKpmu uiinniinci! .IOIIN II.
I'llll.US no ii r.iii.ll'l itc Tor .Mu)or or I alio, nt
tin' nmlnx I ii ii Ic 1 1 ul ilcclion.
.Illllll.1l) -it, C7i. .Mamv Citizkn
Local tVcnllier Itcporl.
Uaiiio, I I.I.., M.inli 12 lx?3.
TlMK Haii. I'lllP.. Wimi nVKAllir.il
T u in do.i'inl ;w I I. SI (.loudy.
11 ' ifj.tm; , 17' II l Cloudy.
Spin. 2l.i"4, .'.V I . I I Fair.
I MOM AS .lOMlS, Nixt. S.. t;. M. A.
l iciicli Cnuilli's.
.lint reeetved a rull line ol Illicit French
enndiea, at.d for vile ut One Dollir per
pound. I'll II,. 11. MAUI'.
On llio 17lli nnd isih lnt., Cnl.
Iter, with a new tintl eoiniileti; trott)f of
ui'Cro erforni('r, lll appear nt thu
Atheiieiiiii. Tlic lat erl'onuai)i'u Iveli
In till city liy Happy Cal'i troupe wih
i.'xeelleiit, nnd If the tioupe now
under Id !MiH-rMon I what It
li clahneil lo be, Me t-liall have
nti i iilHi'tiiliiiiieiit that will fully un i t the
ajiproval ol thoe who wllnc" II. NVn
tierln lilui'ulfls :i tcnui, iukI never fall
topleaio liU alldleliecii, in tloen liht
hand tuaii, Sun. Price.
ll'thojoofoiir cillzciiH who had the nil
hlndtifslo doiiht the trutli of the .tate
tiieut iiindf by the IlfM.i:rix in regard to
tlio drowtiliif; of .Mark .lack-on. the col
ored sieniuMer In Hesi' liayou. :t few
dny iijfo, will hut read the follouln;;
they will see that wo told the truth uie
that time. The I'ula ikl J'ntriU My Hi "Oil
Tiie'ilnr tnonilu Mark .lack-on, an e
tiumhli' colored man, went tip the coun
try with hi mule: nnd miioii lor it load
ol wood. and the next known of lilni iu,
lie and hi mute were found yeterday
uioriiln drowned In He' Ilayou, some
two or three miles up the river. .lackon
wh man of more tlmn ordinary natural
nblllty. a food niaiiak'er, oler, Indiitri
on, and a elns.enier In the coloretl
Methodl-t church. It I, generally y
Ionl that the aeeldetit inu-t have occur
red idler dark."
Itotilieil nml lliirncil.
Ijit Voilu.day alleruoou, a woman
made her npsimnco In this city, who,
we are informed, acteil very f-trant'ely,
and drew toward Imr-elf the atientlon or
scleral peutleiiieu uonneuled witli the
Calro.Arkan-as and Texas ndlroadoflices
at lid- .station, by her -cetniii nnxlelv
lo 'et out ol town, hut the men in qtic.t
tion. thinking that the liurrv was oeca-
fctonod by thu fact that .she wasulono, did
not think -trance of it. Hut yesterday
lnonilnt', an olllecr ol Fulloti, Kentucky,
tirrived In town and made iunulrio. In re-
pinl to a woman, the description zui
by him aiiHweriii that of the iier-onae
above iiieutloned. The olllecr stated
that a lew day- ao. a tore in Kill ton
wa rolilictl and ml on lln-, and that the
woman u ho was In ttcli a hi;.' hurry toyet
out ol town, !iIled hy her lni-lmnd.
were the .irtie that committed the
critne. Tlielm-baiid was captured and i
now coiitlued in thu jail at Colttmhu.
The woman iurehacd n ticket at the
above tunned olllce far Little Itin-k.wlicre
i-Ut: 1 uppo'cl to he. i
tJcnei ra" Au.iln.
"Genevra," tlio eorri'iondent of tiie
Sum, and by the way the let writer ol'
lOn'll-h that ha eoutiihitteil to that
sheet, time whereof thu memory of man
runneth not to the contrary, rvplled to
our article of ye-terday morning' in the
Suh ol'yetcrday evening.
In the ilrt place "llcnevra" a-sureij in
she is a woman. We believe her ; and n
right clever .-ort of a female she U no
doubt. We would like to know her.
Cruelly retort Ini,' upon it for lntiuiatlii";
that she U a man, (ieiievra" Innocently
remarks: "If I did not know yutitietly
to the contrary I would he -tire that he
wa a woman." We tire glad "(lenevi-.i"
Aioir we are a mail. We plead jrulltv;
hut It I not our fault. We were born o.
Hut, how on earth, did i-liu a-ccrtaln the
fact o po-Iilvcly ':
Where did (ienovra get her Informa
tion, that men had uheribe( to the
propo-ed library'? Il thl ujirlhlly lit
tle lady would seek Information, slio
might, without illlllculty. ascertain that
no man has subscribed a cent to the club
that not one cent ha yet been paid Into
the treasury (leucvra U evidently a
gue-cr. and n hail one at that.
rnophiticaled lady.lhe nicy (Ienovra,
I have no de-ire. even had I the ability,
to create it dl-turhauce lu the "woman's
club," (lu fact with the tcn-llilc and
thoroughly competent president they
have cho-cn, I know It would ho liupn!.
hie to do so,) farther than to persist in
inquiring wnv tlio originators represent
ed its designs In such dlll'ereut ligliU lo
dlllerciit pcojile, its I po-itiu'ly
declare again lliey IUI tin.
I give Mr. Obcrly the credit
of believing that in: lias been told from
tne outset, it was not a woman's light
club, mid I urn absolutely certain that
oniKlt ladies were given to uiitler.-tand it
was one. Delias no more right to dis
pute what 1 know to he a fact, than 1
have to doubt his desire to be truthful in
the statement he has made.
Wo do not wl-li lo contradict "Genev
ra," but wo deny that tho originators of
lids club Informed oilier ladies (the
joke is In Ihe "other ladles") that the
club was Intended lo ho a Wonian'i?
Highly club, meaning thereby a club to
ngitalu for thu ballot for woman. The
siiggcstcrs and originators of tlio club
were .Mcsdaine.s Wurdnor, Candeo and
Sall'ord, ami tlieie ladies have, with
much emphasis, denied, that they sought
to organize a sullrago club. Their object
was to otganlzu n society in which ques
tions of Interest to every woman on
dress, tlio household, "help," A;c,
might be discussed, and in which tlio
ladles might cultivate thelrllterary taste.".
That this was leally Ihclr puipo-e, and
that they had no Intention of making the
club a "fl'urage oeli ty, Is proven by Ihe
I, icl that on the motion ol'.Miv, Sallord,
ccoiidcd by Mr. Witidticr, Mi. Obcrly,
an oiil-mid-ont antl-Mill'i-.iglst, was elect
ed llio President. Now, utiles "Ootie
vra" run prove that these ladle have as
serted the object ol Ihe club lo be Hie
obtalmuciitol'the ballot, she must go Into
her hole and draw !( In after her
(Jcncral If . '
The Cairo and St. I.onl railroad
company's coal dump i tippioachlng
The Cairo and Vlneeiine railroad In-clluc-plauc
Is being pushed forward rap
idly. Thu luncrid of .Mr. anonetook place
yelerday alleruoou, and was very largly
We learn that an anti-woman's rights
society I to be organl.cd lu Culro very
Theltev. r. Thayer and family lell
for Vineeuuc', Indiana, this morning ut
Happy Oal. Wagner, with a new and
complete troupe of burnt coiknrlUt, will
vllt our city lu a few days'.
Any pei'ion who is lu need of n new
and strong two-hor-e wagon, can get it
cheap by applying at lids olllce.
The Ihj water In Locust Drove con
tinues to rlu dowly, and the owners of
boats a it contemplating a happy time.
The I'ev. .Mr. Wallar'si lecture on the
'Point of Power," will lake place at the
High School next Tiii"Mlny night.
The "WniuiHi'u (,'luli nml Library
Aoelatlon'' will meet at the rehleni
of .Mr. Dr. Wardiu r, till afternoon.
- The Hon. I). T. I.ineimr will deliver
an addtv before the II. mid IC. court, at
LliiogaritLaiisdcu'e olllce tills ('veiling.
Dog killing lime Is not far distant,
and when It arrive, there will be a whole
sale slaughter of the brutes In these parU.
A number of our colored citizen en
deavored to enforce tliclr rights at the
Alheiieitin Thursday evening, hut the
thing did not work.
Welenrn that .Mr. Dlward Powell,
late cashier at the New York store, will
run for the olllce of city clerk tit the com
A crazy cut, or a cnt with lit, amus
ed a large crowd of young-tors on
LIcventh sireet yesterday afternoon by
IU frantic freaks.
A number of tlio more prominent of
ficers of the Cairo and St. Louis railroad
company, mot In Col. TaylorV otllce
yesterday and held n confab.
It Is rumor :d that the colored Mason-of
this city are thinking of holding
a celebration oiue time during tliU or
Mill Lis;, with id arm around the
wal-t of a black a negro as ever was seen,
wending lii way homeward, was the
ob-crvtil of all observers, yetertlay after
noon. The municipal election comes off on
the 20th of April, and It is time the candidate-)
for the various olllccs to bo bestow
ed by the people were announcing them
selves. CMptaln Kobert Ullcy's .stunner, the
City of Vieksburg. which sunk a fuw d.iy.s
ago near Sheep JIand, I again atloat
and on her way to St. Louis, where
she will go on the docks for repairs.
There wa a negro light, a dog light
ami a runaway yesterday, all of which
took place within an hour, but when they
were all summed up they amounted to
nothing alter all, and hence we refrain
front giving the particulars of thetn.
During tiie -trong wind which pre
vailed on Thursday, window-shutters,
trees, signs and fences were blown down.
The large tree in front of Mrs. .lorgen
son's residence. at the corner ol Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, was
broken doft'ii, a were many other-.
The I'ev. i.ogan Sleeper, with Ids
patent hand carl, attracted the attention
of the people on the levee yesterday af
ternoon. That gentleman, we pro-tune,
think- It strange that an Invention so use
ful as the cart, doe- not find a more ready
sale at a price so -mall.
A child, between tho ago of ten and
twelve year, while playing witli a large
Newfoundland dog yesterday afteruoau,
struck the brute with a stick, and the
dog lining rather suvago at host, bit the
arm of the young-tor pretty badly. The
name of the child is Connar.
The Ma-ae Juurnnl says: "Joseph
.Melien.io, one of our citizen, lately
from Cairo, ha been quite ick, but i
out again. We have known Mr. McKeii
zle long, and can say he ha fought val
iantly through many of the rough battles
of life, and has enmo out a good man."
The Massac Journal, in speaking of
the Hon. Claiborne Winston, says:
"Wo learn with sorrow that Hon. C.
Winston, member of tho Lcgi-lnturo front
Cairo, has not been able to servo this ses
sion on account of severe sickness lu Ills
family, and that he has gone with lil
allllcted wife lo Virginia."
D. T. Lluoirar, i:q., will lecture to.
night, at Llnegar & Lundet 's olllce, be
fore the II. and K. Club, on the subject
of Criminal Law. The members of the
bar are Invited. The-o lectures are be
coming very Interesting idl'alrs. The
lal lecture, by .Judge Mulkey, on Law,
attracted much attention, nnd was one
of the most learned dissertations on the
subject wo ever reail or listened to.
The St. Lotus f?fote of Tlitirsdiiy
,iy.: "A memorial from the Cairo
Chamber of Commerce wa presented to
the House of Representative, asking that
tliesystemofgraln Inspection now lulotce
in Chicago bo extended to the principal
cities of the State. Thu memorial recites
that thu annual receipts of grain at Cairo
amount to ten thou-aud car-loads, besides
fifteen thousand car-loads of hay, Hour
and oilier product."
We are lold that John P.lleley will
enter the Held at the coming municipal
election for the olllce of city clerk, against
llawklu, Powell and Hendricks. From
present appearances it looks as If this is
the only position that will bo hotly con
tested for, hut Hawkltis, It Is gencrally
bellevcd, will carry oil' the horns with
out much ofaslrugglo. lie has filled the
plncoto the satisfaction of every one, and
a better man than he w ill bo hard to llnd.
We arc told that n negro, whose
name Is latnlllar to every citizen of Cairo,
went Into a saloon on Commercial avenue
yesterday and cat led for a glass of whisky.
Tho man behind the bar ery quietly told
the negro that he would not sell him nnv
liquor, wheietipoii lie became angry a., i
.after blustering around for some time,
loll the place, declaring that hu would
ce whether bo was lobe ItiMilted lu that
.Vol Ice nl Itfiiioinl.
Tto Well known barber shop, comer
KiKlith and C. nimerelal, predilid ovr by
tho popuU artist, Oeorrfu Sti Inhome, has
removed ono d inr ninth on ( onunerc'al, In
the Grand Central Hotel. The row shop Is
Ij.gi) mi'l coiiihi dlou, nnd tlioo wishing
for any lilng nrlMlc In tlio way of fjshliin.
abhhnlr culling, smooth sliaie, et- will
do well to call nt tho Grand Centrnl llarber
shop. 71 '13-tf.
GllleCs linking Powder-for
billet's Flavoring L'xtraets thebe't
In use, and for sale by nearly every gro
cer. -Joe Itotcker Is now lu full control ol
tho Washington bikeiy, uml lining learn
ed the wants of tbo public. Is prepared to
silt ply on c ill iiM demand for French loaf,
llo-ton, llrown and Uraliam bread, and
cii-ryHiIng tlio ordinarily lound In n Iltrt
clnbik iv. lie maintain a lu'l stock ol
conlcitioucile, and can, as well nil any
other dealer in tlio city, till all orders in
that Hue, Cake hiked, Iro-ted or orna
mented on shot t notice. Spcela (attention
(riven to the orders of wedding or picnic
parties. U 12-tf.
-Call for (he Iwst-Glllet'. linking
Powder for It never disappoints the
Newly-fitted, finely furnished barber
!iop by Gvnrge tf Inhou-e, corner Com
mercial aienue und F.I3I1U1 sireet. Yiars
of practice hale given 111 in a light hand
th.it linkis a -iiiooth siave delightful. All
11 ho try bmi oiieo will call again. All the
Ia!o dally pipers aro kept ou hi tiblo for
thu hem lit ol hi costomertl, and there J
no tcd'om waitlugf ir turns. if
(.fillet's Hakim: Powder the best ill
ti'.e always reliable.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Ilnppy Holler lor VomicT .Hen from th
crTert of lirrun and Aliusoa in iiuly life Ms 11.
hood rertorcd. Iniifdliiients to .Murri-iKC rc-
mouil New inrih'sl of truituient. Newuuil
rwnaikulIe it'inclliv. lt'toksaml cllcular stnt
fixv, In s-silist cmuliil' AiMrcs, IIOWAItl)
AssMCI.VIION, ll'J.N. Ninth street, l'liilailil
phla, i'.i , an Institulioa tiatfnKu lilithrejiutu
Hon for liononible coaduct and professional
Steamer Kxportcr, Cincinnati.
" Grand Tower, St. LouU.
H.O.Ycager, St. Louis.
" Joe Kinney, St. L011I.
" Pat Cleburne, Uvansville.
John W. Garrett & b'g-, O.
" City of Qulney, New Orlean-.
" Chillies Oodniaiin, X. O.
Steamer Kxportcr. New Orleans.
Grand Toner, MempliI-.
' II. C. Ycairer, New Orleans.
" Joe Kinney, Vieksburg.
I'at Cleburne, Kvau-ville.
City of (Qulney, New Orleans.
" (.'harles Itodmtiiu, Cincinnati,
IllVIIlt, llfSjt.VKS .1X11 WKAHlElt.
The Mississippi , -tatlotuiry and
there is six feet of water lu the channel
to St. Loul. The Ohio I slowly falling
here, and is now lourty feet six Inches
above low water mark.
The weather was bright during tlio
gt eater part ol yesterday, but cloudy In
the evening. Ohio levee U still muddy,
but the slope is us drv a- the plank sldv
walk. llttsine-s lin- improved somewhat,
and there were more shipments yesterday
than 011 any other day this week.
The John A. Wood and barges tire
Tho Grand Tower and Joe Kinney
passed down with light trips.
The Burger family and company left
yesterday morning on the I'at Cleburne.
The Idlcwlld Is the regular l". S. mall
packet for Kvuii-vlllc thl evening.
The Chas. llodmauu came up with a
good list of pas-imrer. hut little
dipt, llanibleloii. of the Mound City
way, is In St. Loul- looking aftur busi
ness in connection with the way-.
Tho ferryboat Cairo lias been sold
Ion .Mr. Keeuc of Cape Girardeau. It
will take tiie place of Ihe ferry that was
sunk at that place by llio ice.
The II. C. Yeager, alter adding one
hundred ton- of corn. ats and Hour
hero, left la't ulglil with all she wanted.
The City of Qulney left with a (four
list of both' passengers and freight. Shu
had three thousand feet or lumber for St.
The president of the barge Hue at SI.
Loul, received Information Thursday
Irotn the sunken tow boat Mary Alice.
The water stands two feet on hcrdecksat
present. Tho T. 1 Kckert was expected
to he alongside of her yesterday at II
o'clock, and It Is believed the .Mary Alice
will be atloat lo-ulght.
The St. Louis Democrat, speaking ol
Capt. Pepper's new sloantor, say.. "Cap
tain James 11. Pepper's new steamer.
Cons, Millar, has matlea successful trial
trip. She Is a s.tern wheeler. Descrip
tion: 207 feet long, IW feel beam, hold 5
feft (Costoiu-houso measurement), 521
tons, two boilers 21 leet long -11 Indies
diameter, chimneys 21 Inches diameter,
and Ml feet aboyo water; they havo 1111 ex
cellent draft, and are much lighter Ibaii
tho ordinary chimneys. Cylinders 15
Inches In diameter, and the length of thu
fctroku fi feet, working 11 water-wlieel 20
leet diameter, with tickets 22 reel lu
length, lu complele running order thu
boat draws seventeen Inches forward and
twenty-two niche eft; capacity oyer 700
tons, and eot She will come
to St. Louis .some lime, but Is designed
for the Cincinnati and Memphis trade,
and,ls owned by her commander, Cap
tain Ja. II. Pepper, Ja. W. Gall', Thus.
Sherlock, Ja. S, Wle, Jas. D. Parker,
n i ' ' linicr & llalpo. She Is luruMicd
i.iioughoiit in the latest and het stylo.
Tho clerks are Mosr. HeMer and Stir
rat Pepper Citplaln L. Pierce, clielf en
gineer. Captain l'cppcr formerly com
manded thu two Allen Deans and the
two Thompson Dean and other steam
ers and Is c.lcnluly known along tin;
line of the Wo.lern nnd Sutithern waters."
W ah Iin'Aimii.M, lt1vr.11 UKi'inir, (
Jliuch 11, TS
LOW W ATI. II. I
SI. I111I ....
H li1 O 10
til , 1 , I I
li t" HI II
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.
Corrected Dailr lir II. M. Stmrm. coinnitwloii
mrrchanl, ircn'tary of tiie Cairo liuunt of
Flour, tu'conlliifr to pnulc.....
Jorn, inlxi'l, smkul
Corn, Mhltr, sack" I
tl f0 HC
IW, IIIIXMI ...,
linn, t tun
Mlul, stuuii iltlisl
Ilutli r, choice .Suill.i-ni roll
llulltr, ln.lie -imtlitrri Illinois
Clilekeii, 1 tMilo7cii
I urkcys, r dnin
Apit-i, choke, r turrel
Aile. coiiiiiioii, i.tr tjarixl
I'uutii'i, 1 r liiini 1
Onlorn, it lioii l
,3 .-.';i ;.i
.M 00 :i to
H I 00
"Wodncoday and Thursday
March 17th and 18th, 1875.
L::l hv.im this itm
HAPPY CAL WAGNER'S
Entlro clmn?o of Procrramtno from tholr
Everything Fresh and Original.
I0"lterrisl smmIs at iiuvtinan's
V. V. UJIII KN, I JOK I' M Iti'l OX,
l.encnit Agent ! iluhies MniiaKer
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Botween Washington and Commercial
Avenues, ncljolnlnir Ilnnny's.
Kt;j."l'. for sale tl.r lt Iin f, I't.tk, Million
I'r.il, IjiiiiIi, miumis'c, Ac . mid Is n
parnl to M-nr I'jinllli In nn ncriiilnlilc uiiinni r
R. SMYTH 6c CO.,
yiioleale uiel Itetitil Uinltrs In
Foi'eigpi and Domestic
WINKS F AH KIXIIS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovee,
Mr.sItv ijinil A CO have anlly
u tiirKu utock or the Utit pood-' 'he liiar
li't, nnd irli especial iillenlloii to It 1 wliulcsnlti
rmich of tin- liiiiliitii.
Steamboat, Hotel and Family
AMI 1IKAI.KII IS
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggs, Northorn Buttor, &c.
Batweon Washington and Coraraerelnl
3-(iooh dil 'iisl flic of (large.
FITS CURED FREE
ANV iiennn suttrrinK' finm llieiiliove iIIm iisc
U iisimtiit to aildii'.i l)r l'rlce umlii trlid
hull hi of liU iniillrlne will Iw forvvnnhil 1- III.I-.
Iir 1'ilcu I 11 n'(,'iilrili'lelun, mi'l h.n inane
tliu tiealuirnt of
FITS OR EPHjEPSY
a study for yiw, unit hu will uurraiit 11 cure liy
the uo of Inn iiiueily , , ,,
Ilo nut lull lo semi to I1I111 for 11 trial hotllei it
eofltt uoihinv, ami lie
WILL CURE YOU
v.. nmitiT lime lunif ktiiiiilliu: lour nue limy
l.r or how ninny other iriiieillen limy liuie
tiivnlaMiuid IfitliiK'iiiula u'lU Willi
FREE TRIAL DOTTLE.
DR. CHAS. T. PRICE
I ifaurKJloiLr tKOMUiitsi manumuUiurik. BL
HflNUI C.Un.u vlibwl T Ml
lW.Mn,nmSuri-uwtV.,Iiiiir' ! rJ
Tlio British Quarterly Reviows.
''Ven'a't,! e',l'AK rhKI'Y '.W-Co...
Itcprhi'.ed by (ho
I.KO.VAIU) SCOTT ITHLHIJINO CO.
iO Fulton Slrrct, .Now York,
liy nrratifrment With the Knff'Mi l'uhlMi.
its who iceelvo u llbcrjl roinpeiisatlon,
TIicp pcrlodlcalf cotHtltuto a woiiderlul
ni iscrl any oriicdcrii ihotiL'lit, resenrcband
erltlclsm . Itiecrcninola!! Kuropean book.
!, r,0i,"h" fouml llt,r, nl"' ")
treat o t.10 ha. IIhk ewnt. ol Ihi world In
liiuterli art; ,. .wrlitcn h men who hnve
" .h' ' lf0. : the matter lrenle.1.
I he Ainerl. an l'u 1 i.Iim ure upon all In
t IH.Til rcid-is in thin country a liberal
support of tl. It prlu.s which ihei h ivo so
lrn and socliiMpljlurnl.li,. .leHi,,, Mlrn
tbai noixoe, ditnrd loruier.iry nuttir w,i
jlrld so r h a ictiirn a-that re,,mrn lor a
sub-erlitloii to thc-e the leadh l' 1'crlodl'
catsol (Jie.it ilrltjln. h 1 "
TIlltMS OF StJiI?CIttl'TIO.N.
For anv one ro I. w, 8 (hi per nunuiu.
'ornny two It-view, 7 00 "
For any tlirco llel lew, lu 00 "
tor all tour Iteilcw., Viio "
For Ill.ickwood'a ihi),M.
, Inc. 4 fjo 11
I or Ilia, kwood and one
lteilew, 7 00 11
For lllai ku-'iod and two
It new, 10 00 '
l'or IIIuck wood and three
ltellwAs, J'J(f) 11
For lllackwood and tho
I riklaife two i ctit a niunher, to hn nrv
paid by ihe iju irt rat the olllce ol delivery.
A d'cojiit of twenty pr cent, will bo al
lownl (o clllh of four or inuro iiersoii.j
I bus: fouri-iplc 01 lllickwgod or of one
It l lew will bo sent to 0111; aililre.s lor
Vt'JMMo r copies ol the lour Itoflews and
III ickwoi d lor i H, nut ho on.
l o club, i f one or more, in addition lo
tlm nlw.i., 1 I.1111111.1 ,,.
, t'i'i niiiiir vi 111 01
allowed to tho Better up m the club.
NfcW.u'M.rllier (apply In,' early) lor Hid
l'f ar lfe.A iioiv h.'ii,.. u-ititoiii ..i...e.. .....
, , r ' ........... ".hv, ,,n;
ntliiib r. lor ihe hut ipiarti r ol lfrTI ol such
(ir lnteml, new sli:ilber to anv two,
thnc, or lour ol llienli ne jierludlcan, may
havo Oil. of the I". .11 r !.... in. ilTi,
IIL'lllllll UlIIllllrV kllllbf .!
sulKi riber to nil tivo may Icivo two of the
'Four lteilew.' tor 1-iTI.
X Itber premltiuis to subscribers no." dis
count 10 club c.i'i ho allowed lllile the
ni 'iiey I ivinlttid direct to the punhsher.
-No prtiniuui. kIu ii t ) club.
Cirenlai" with fuither jiartlculuM in .y be
hid on .sjipllea lo'i.
...A. i.i.vr.i.iui' . ij. 1 1 f 1I..II VII.
40 Fulton Street. Suw Vork.
"A coniiilcle I'lclorlnl lllslori' uf (lie
'I liifcV "1 he licit. clieiiiM si, nml
IIIOsI Ml.'ccsslul I'llllllly I'hjmc
In Ihe I'lilon."
1 1.1.1 sriiATi:n.
:;oTiCi:s ok tiik riiE..
The Weekly Is the ablest ai.d most now.
erlul illustrated pcrlidlual publidied In
nn country. 11. euiioria:; aro fcUolariy
and eonvinel'ii,'. and carry inuch welht.
It llhi-tiailon. of current incuts uiu lull
ami Ire , and ate prepared by cur host do-
niK'iieis. mhj a ciicillatlou o. luU.'U1!. tlio
Weekly Is read a' load by halt a million
ncrsons. an 1 It lullttinee us an orirmi of
opinion In siiuply trciueiidous. Tho Week
ly iiiainiur :i pun. ivo iomon, anil ex
prcfes decided views on politleid and .
clal tirohlilils. Lnulsillla 'Jouilcr-.lournal.
Iti a'tlcles Hr mod''ls of Idgu-loued dl
cUsilou. and it tiletorlal llliuti-iilnns urn
illicit corrohoMtlve nr,'uinents of no mull
force. N. V. Kxuinlucrnnd I'lironlclo
It paper upon exigent quest oiisacd Its
inlmltublo lanooiis help to inonlil the suu-
inneuiJ 01 ine country vnshur& Com
inero.'al. Ti:JIS :
l'oitai;3 free to siib-crlbers lu the tnlted
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Four d dlars Include, prepayment of U.
si. posiuve by 1 ho pubdsi'i r
subserli I lis to Harper' Magazine,
Weekly, a d llazar, .n 1 ue adilre.. tor ne
year, jilt 0.1; or, iwo o Harper's l'erlodl
e.ll. to one iiddrcs lor 0110 year, ?7 0.';
to. age Irec.
An extra copy of he Maxaine, Wecldy,
or llazar will ho stipnl ed unit s for eicry
club of live siihir fieri at 1 U:i iveh, lu
one rem tiiinee; or, fix copte lor 00,
wit mui ex ra copy; postage (lee.
Hack number can t c ii;ip led at any time.
The annual volume ol Harper's Weekly,
In neat cloth hlndhi),', will re rout by ex
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complete set, eoiuprl-hu eltrhtco indii'iicn,
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Adires HAIIl'KIt A IIHOTIIIZKS. N. Y.
"A Iteliostlor) of I'ltsliliiu. 1'Icllsllrc,
nun iimiriiciion. '
notici or inn piiksk.
Tho Hazarfs edited with a contribution
uft.io' and talent ihnl we ndilom Uml Ini.iiy
Jouriia ; anil ihe Jourual It-ell Is tho or 11
ol (lie ureal world ol'Ufhlon. Il.i.t 111 Trav
The ltiz.tr eoinineiuUit'cll to every mem
ber of the household to tho children ln
droll and prery pie lire, to ttie yoiinjr la",
dies by it. lafluoii phitei lu euillcs var ely,
to the iirnvldont illation by it p.rlei'' .1 Inr
ti.e c'lihlrcn's el t'uni, In paterlainlllai by
its tai'ellll di-lfiis for eiubioidered slipper
an I 1 ixtirlnils'dre sluj; co.iiis. Hut the
icadinj; matter ol tha uazar is unifoni.ly ol
Kreat excellence. Tim paper h n acquired
a wldu poildiii'ilv forth - lireslde onjoj I incut
it aUoriN S. Y. Kveiilnc 1'o-t.
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S. liostafro by tbo publisher.
fcubiiislpti'jt s to llar,er' Magazine,
Weekly, and Ha, ir, to one inlilres lor ono
yeir, fiOOOj or two of llai'i r' Fcrlodl
c.iN, lo ono ad'lres for one yea-, ?T 00;
An extra copy of cither the M i(,'izine,
Weekly, or llazar will in supplied grail
fur every club of live Mibscrib. rs ai $1 00
each, lu one reinlitanei) ; or, six coplen for
$J0 Hi 1 without extra copy ; po.tago iree,
Hack numher.i can Ifu npplled nt any
Tbo seven loluuies of Ilirrer' llazar, for
the vears I IW. 'DO. '70. '71. '7'J. 7!. 74. ele-
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huso I by exp e.-s, Ircljjht (repaid, fur
Ci 00 eaou
K?rXi'Wniain'M are not to convtldnad
vcrtl-eiuent wiibout the exprc"ij oruers of
Addio.hllAltl'lIlt.V: llllOTIIKU3, N. Y.
Pro. Fowlor'a Great Wox'li
TlIEin MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
l.ou': lu Uiw, Power, lie.
A ni'.VI'S nn t fill 11.. iVnm 1.1 In il COlllt'l U
JL day Siend for spwlmen pagM and twin
to nifeiiH, and see why It sell faltr than any
olliirhook Aihhv .Vatloniil I'lilill'lillig Co , ,
l'hlliuU'liihia, l'a , tlilcus'o. Ill i orbt Louli, I
Leading Journal of Southern
fg. rt ' ft n (t
Wlllsteadlaslt oppne the pollelen ol thu
Republican party, and refuse to ho tram
melied Ihe dictation nl anyclhtto In tho
It hellevci that the Kepublican party hai
fullllled lis mission, nnd that the Demo
cratic party us tiuiv organ'zed ibould bo re
stored to power.
It believe the Itadicul tyranny that has
for si viral year oppressed tho South
should ho overthrown and the people of the
.Southern States permitted to control their
It believes that railroad corporations
should bo prohibited by. legla'atlvc enact-
nunU from extorting and unjustly discrim
inating In their business trautactlons with
It recognizes the equality ol all men be
foro the law.
It advocates irco comirercc tariff for
It advocates resumption of spcclo pay.
ment, and honest payment of tbo public
It advocates ccoiiomj in tho administra
tion nl public oll'alr.
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tho llullclln will publlsli all tht local nows
cd Cairo, and a variety of C'ntniucrclal, Po
litical, Foreign and General N'er., and en
deavor to pleaso all taste and lnteret all
T II K
Is ft thirty-two column paper, furnished to
subscribers for tho low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
I'oitige propald. It la tho cheapest paper
In tho West, and ii a pleasing FlrcIdo
Visitor and Family Companion,
Caunot latl to tco tho unrivaled Induce
ments offered hv Tho bulletin In tho way
of cheap nnd protltable advertisement!.
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