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A9C.W.ON I.OIIUE, NO. 61.
KiihfliMot l'ythlni, meet'teicry Frl
Uv night nt half-piut .mn, in Odd
Fellow.' Hull C li. SLACK,
iii'rivnl'll IIIIIMK. NO Ml.
titk, tudei'pelliltii't Order ir Odd-Fel-llluiw,
!nu every ;',"rl) "'.-hi
il( -i i. ilr.i.i.t Mitiii In l hi" it Im II on
Commercial uvmue, hel-Aeeii Mxth and rrteiith
Uet JoUN II liuvtMAM, .S, U.
OAlltO ENCAMPMENT,! O. (I K., mrrlA
in OilJi'e!lo Hull on lli lint mid til I nl
Hnrd.iy in every muulli, ul hulr-ju.t inni
C K MhACK, c. 1'.
CAlltOLOIHlE. N0.IU7,A.r'. 1 A ,M.
auur comiiuiiiicitiion in jiu
corner CiimiiK-rcl.il uteiiuu
Jlvlilfi ulnrt. on the ttcoiid and
fgurlb Monday of each mouth.
The I'arMi .-'clioul wm oj.i neil on Mon
(I iy, M irch la. Hut pllp'N will lie If
celled nt u' y Miic, nn t ho condition!
already putilhlied. The crvlcj or l'ro.
fe nor Prick hav been reciircd for lntru
tl n In tli (.I'Ttniii l.itiKii.iiti'. For l Ij 1 1 u
txtach nie wll' b" mu'o. l'u. l wlibln
tui-udy German only, wll ioiuo tu tlic
acuool tl I u'o oek p. in.
Ciurairs -.. O.i.iir.iiT, Itector.
I'ri Nll Supply.
Mr. I'. Kltrgerald haijmt received mid
!ia on talc nt bin nalci room a lare Muck
if Kn'lloli ale, porter, Hctiiie.ny brandy
Hid wlnei, and llfiuorn of nil tliuN. nlilcli
tie will diipoie of at rra-olinble pi Icon.
Kilty to Sevent) -live d dhin per iiinn'lt.
Aelitt vrauted everywhere. Teae'tci", In.
dlo, gfuU, iitc,, oic. No capltil or out
lay required, bend 'it cent, fur pontile on
ouini, to I). C. Wki.ciiwan,
tl Irvln Station. L'nloii County. Ublo.
Open FriiL-iys mill .Saturdays only.
nml Hit Hit.
Landlord nl liolrli und hoarding botlc
will Hint It to their aihai t ie to call upon
Mm. (.'.ilemaii, No 12 1'ourib Mnet, lie
twtvn V ttiiKoii ami Comujerciil avcii
utf, nnd n-i.t-rtuln her term lr dilni hotel
and boa ding liouno V.ihe by t lie Meek
Hit wlioleaalu oil . urc extreimdv
low T.'C. per dozen. Kor piecework iir ce
urn a follow.: Mii'n! -hlrl ..ml c )
Ur, 10c; p r dozen 8' c; nck- fc; two eo'
lam, f.c; iw hnidkcriblcl., Tic; wta 'JOr,
and a I gentlemen' wear. 75c per
dozen. Lathe.' ilrvacr , i't to 60. ;
kirt It to !); drnv-r. iO to l.V; two
pair I(." f.c; two cotl.irnb 10 p c. Knr ln
dlci' plain dotlii'" it IKI mt dozen; lor la
diim !lii c'otlif, il per diir.i-ti; ilnnr
droinptly, and promptly delhrrol. I'a
(!oo I slnjlo room, on the up"cr floor t
tlic Saint Cliarlca can tie bad, w lib board,
t tbr very low rate of .'11 pur month
Two or three u'enlltmcn canloarcoin
tnida cl 'Mi diy haril. IIuiie i.n Will
nut. betweeu S vinth tiiid t.ls'liih. Apply
at Hilt office Ki-J Ct.
Oeortte I.ittn-r tornerof Ko'irfcntb and
.Valiln on avenue, will fu-nUli he calh r.
jery day to b pitrm a .Vo. 1 inticb, he
:n eon the bourn of leu :ind twelve o'cl ek.
'r're-h Mllwatiketf beer and Tra-rii.t llavnn i
5lrr to he bad at bit I ir at all tliuci.
Sonli-il propcaN, mlilrt"..'d to tin; City
Council of I lie city of Cnlro, will ! rJ
celviil :it my olllw until 5 o'clock . in.
of 'ritf.-d.iy. tliu ICtli d.iy of March, fur
rviuovlur tliu iH-st-lioiin; frntii its
ptr'.'iit location on Tlilrty-Kotirth street,
to a point on "Gravi-Yiiril Itldc." at or
ni-ar lu junction with Park avenue, if
Said hiiildlti is to lio removed to said
last nunllutR'd location ami placrd
tlicrcou in as xood condition m tliu ami
Tliu City Council rc-crves tli'. rllit to
reject any and all hid.
Will K Hawkish. City Clerk.
Caiho, III., March Clh. IST.'i. 3-7-10t
.Mi 1 1 ro of Iteiiiot nl.
H bleb' I'lrifh have Ii moved their
cliuiii'c.l die a.id (h'a.rln etai.
linhtniiiit I nun tho corner of KI litu ind
Coram rclil to Valiliijtoa Av. niie,
between Nlith atnlTentlitr. ci. To meet
th waiiu or their m ny itut mors, they
licvo onlcrcd nnd hsic J'it reolved from
K r po a large lot ol the tlaet dye dtulfif,
nnd are now ready to ut'.cad to any order
In their Muc 3;-3 0-lni.
I'or Niile Chi'iip.
Any pcrsou wuntlnc to buy n tint hrpe
horse, suitable fur wason o- driy, can be
accommodated by ca tin;; at Ibu iletliodlut
Parsonage on Klghth ftrcct.
New IIariiea nml Huddle Nliop.
Tlio cl'li in of Cairo and vicinity aro
hereby respect'ulty luinrmed that o b.ie
opened a II mi s and .Saddle Shop at X .
105 Commercial Avenue, where, can lie
found al all tim j, a lull i-tock of nrt-l- a In
our Hoc, ut as low prices n the siii9 chu.s
ol work can bo bought lu any in re'. lie
puirlug dotio promptly. Carriago truuinliig
a specialty. Please give tts a call.
OUt.ia-Ot. I.. 1). AliKiNACi).
To Alfcravnto Ilynprplii,
Introdiico Alconnl Into tlio htonu. h, and
lh-rcliy rob tlm dlg'i-tivo Haldol Us solvent
pawcr. Situratun plee oi htoid Hiid mut
with gaMrlo juice, and Ii will dUxdve,
This Is dlKU'tlnn. Add to Mich a mixture
a Utile alcohol, and It will not ill Helve.,
TliUlllustr.itcs Indigestion, lloware, then, (
ypdyi'peptlcii, ortlncturfu, lnludonsor de
coct aim con alrdug sjUiI'iidiih llqtlora
Hbiin all such rum tonlcit," and rely colely
on Dr. nalko ' Vim-gar llllters, tho llnefct
herbal Invih-oraiit knon n, and five I rum thu
tlory curse of Alcohol. 2-ia iUtw-lni.
Xollee of ltemoviil.
Tho well known barber hop, corner
E'Khth and C uimenlnl, pre-Iib d nv r l y I
the popular nrtint, Qi'orge SUIithmise, hag
roinnvi'd one il or north on i ommeru ul, In ,
tho Ornnd Onirnl Hotel. Tlio now Miop Is
Ii gu und conim tllouD, und thuto w shlng
for any hlng urtUtle n the wny of f.nihl
bl halrcuiiliig, iniooth ali.no-, ct .. will
do well f) call f the Oraud cntial llurber
hop 71 3-JS-tf. I
SUNDAV, MAltCH 11, 1875.
DlIKiii Sl'M: I'lf.i.c aiiuiuiie .IOII.V II.
I'll I I.I. I S HI) nciiliUiil.ilr fur Mayor of ( allii, nt
the vnnuliiK inuiilclul rlrctimi.
Juuuury a, Sh. Mixr ClTliasi
l.urnl Wi'iitlier ltriorl.
Caiiiu, III., March 13 hCS.
IIaii I The. J U'ixii
'jWI I 41 I Culm.
VtL. I WeAtllKH
7 u ru
Zi.niai W H.
'1 llOHXi JOSV.f, Rngt. H-H..V. fi. A
The address by tliu 1U.-V. Mr. Wallar,
oil tliu ''Point of I'ower,1 hIiIcIi win to
li.nc' taken place last Tuesday l.ljjlit. hut
was poiitpoued on nccouut of lllnecs of
tliu k-eturcr, will hu delivered ut tliu lilli
school htilldin on TiU'Ml.iy nllit.
Attrnlloii. Nlr Itulslit.
Thero will. w u regular couulnvu of
Cairo Comiu.iiidery No. Ill K. '1'. at the
asylum, Monday eenlnf, March loth, at
7:'M o'cliK'k sharp. Ity order of C. Y.
Uiinnliir. H. C.
Attest V. Koits.UKTKit, Uecorder.
Two freight trains on the Illinois Cen
tral railroad, drawn by engines No. 110
and So. RS, collided near iJonvola, wreck
In Ijoth enliieH fearltilly, fiiiahin; iii
a number vC cnr, and killit)j,' one of the
llremeu, iinmetl tJ.her. .lalnes .lolnwon,
neiit for tliu company at this pnlut, Iclt
ye-terday with a .ieclal tram, for the
ceneof the wreck, lutciidluu lo uu Ihe
train for ii traii'feroflhupakseiixcm who
may be on board the ih'cciiit Irainn
riiiiulu on the road, until the wreck is
Then- will lie service at the ehurcli
of the ltedeemsr. Uev. .Mr. Gilbert, rec
tor, ou Fourteenth sinvl. between
Wuhii)lon avenue and Walnut utreet,
tonlay at the uiial hour. The Mihjeet
ol the eTeiiln'M M.'nnoii wj; bo "Tho
making of Wills."
The M rvlces at the Melhodl.t ehurcli,
corner of Kl'lith and Walnut MreeK,
will b" conducted by the I'ev. Mr. Wal
lar. at 11 o'clock a. in., nnd 7:30 o'clock
p.m. Tlie'uliject ol the evening's m.t
mon will 1m-, "What N Mau?"'
Tliu Itev. T. I). Atkin, of l.txhig
ton, Ohio, will preach at Hie Probi te
ilau cbiiroli.on Klglilh Mreri, between
Wahhigton avenue and Waln.it street,
thN inornhig. There will by iw KTviees
lu the evening.
We are fully a-ured be Mr. Cobuin,
thepresageiitot'II.ippy Cal. Wagner's ,
mln-trels. which wlllapiear at the Athe- 1
ileum onTuexl.iy and Wi-dnoday night, j
that the troupe now employed by Wng
ner Norn, nfihe In' A that lrnuU. Mr.
Coburn aUo iiiloruis ih that the manager
ha adopted the plan of many other com
panies namely: that of uiliig no paper
on the walU. Tlie company U .spoken of
lu very flattering ternii by tliu pre-s anil
public. They seem to give perfect .itU
tlou wherever they have appeared. In
-peaking ol the coinp my. the Cleveland
l'laituUaler .iys : The "evening" given
by "Happy Cal. Wagner" and hii inliin
trel troupe at llraluard's .Saturday night
was eiijoyetl by a large audience, wlio
iiiaullcMcil the keenest appreciation of
the amueincut allorded by the varied
programme presented "Happy Cal"
may be always certain of a warm reception
The old tmid mi S.Ub treet. between
Co aai rel.il avtnuc and O no I.-tvoc, Is al-
w i) t ready to do any kind of work in the.
'lii-k.mU't llin, tiiikliiHul reu( ring Wag
ons MtlvleiKiid Ur.i). 1 : - j j . c I attention
l?I von to liorio-slioeliK, ai I make my own
alic : I .-an make iheiii hav or Ikdit.
Ju t a. y in do Ire, lor you alt kiioiv that the
home in id u tlimn are tbebct. I'a'l round,
and iiiu mi e togiveyiiu-aturaclinn.
.i-.J-14-lm. r iiKii. I luFit i:i.vz.
To-morrow evening. Mr. IMiiiund
Ileiifuer, proprietor of the Planter's
House, hi compliance with the request of
a large number of t Iiopo person who
were present at the last inu-ieal enter
tainment given by hlui, will repeat the
concert. On this occasion, as on the
former one, KUenburg'n spleiidlil corps
of inti'lclaus will entertain tliu audience
witli their most acceptable strains of inn-
dc. The programme prepared for to
morrow evening U one of unusual excel
lence, being composed of the tlucst pro
ductions of famous composers. Mr.
lletifuerauthori.es us to state that It U
Ills doire to Involils friends pay him the
compliment of being present ou the oeea
Mon, as it is I'or their benellt that he lias
undertaken the concert. Gentlemen who
anticipate attending, are requested to
bring wllii them their lady friends'.
Tho WoinniiN Club nnd Library Aaso
elation. The Woman's club and Library associ
ation met according to appointment, yes
terday afternoon, at the refideiico of .Mrs.
Dr. Wardner. Tlic organization of the
a.siociatioii was completed by tliu adop
tion of a constitution and set of by-lawn.
Thu constitution dellnes tliu object of
the association to be the promotion of lit
erature among, and the mutual benefit of,
thu members. Tho club was increased
In number by tho addition of i-evcral la
dies not present at the- llrst meeting. Tho
literary exercises consisted ol a select read
ing by Mr. Camleu a condensation
of Dr. Mary Saflbrd Make's lecture on
dress reform delivered in this clly last
fall and a sensible, pertinent nnd lluely
wrlttod essay on "Hlgli-toned social lile
and how attained," by Mrs. Gosso. Tho
next meeting of the association will be
one week from next; Saturday afternoon,
nt three o'clock, at tlio residence; of Mrs.
A. II. Suflord ana Mrs. 11, il. Caudee,
f (Ictievrn, Otir More.
Wc finiil yesterday, "We me glut! 'Ge
nevra' Anow we are a man. We plead
guilty ; but It Is not otirfault. We were
born so." "Ocnovra" retort? thus:
"That he was born ti mmi, n fiiil-lledged.
bald-headed man. Is one ol tliu .strauguil
phenomena I ever heiirtl ol." "Genevrn"
did not uiiii;rstiiid us. Wo did not
say we were born a man. Wis Mild we
were horn to, and so we were. Ve did
not Intend to Imply that ut birth wr had
the bald-headed evidence of in f' I
that we now have, but tltat-Ai: , it
we were not born a woman thai. Is to
say, n girl baby.
bin. "Geuevra" av: "I know three
ladles, and I think I may safely ay six,
who will make oalh to the fact that the
word 'political' was used, when the ob
ject of the meeting was stated to the la
dies who were nolleited to Join It." Mrs.
Candee atated Ihe object of the meeting,
and Mrs. Caudee alllrmed yesterday at
the meeting of the Club that hIiu had not
said the object was to organize a Wo
man'fl Kfghts Club; and that such was
not the purpose Is pro veil by the fact
tliatMrc. Salford nominated Mrs. O. for
president and Mrs. Wardner Seconded
Ihe motion. Ke'ldcs. the constitution
adopted by the Club, excludes the idea
that It Is a political Club.
"Ucnevm" is u correspondent of the
.Vim, and lias fallen into the cowardly
habit of llmt paper that of hinting. If
"(Jcnovra" known what mic fays
idie docn, whv don't he fur
nish her proof? If he means to My that
Mesdaines Wardner, Sallbrd nud Cuudoo
paid one thing and ncted niiothcr, why
don't die wiy no, and prove it, if she can?
Iff.be s ill not do this, she should slop
the .Vun-like habit she has fallen Into i.f
hinting something hc Is afraid to avsert.
Look out for new goods kooh at Stu
art & GIioUou s.
'Geni.'vra'Ms editing the Sun at pres
ent. Lafayette bad U tter hire him.
Cal. Waguer'.s ininistrels will be with
its ou Tuesday and Wednesday nights.
Hucfin r, of thu Planter's houe. will
give another grand concert to-morrow
A iiiiiiiImt of .Mound City people
were lu town yesterday looking at the
The city in every nook and corner was
unusually quiet, as faras lights were con
The Kuv. T. I). Atkins, of Lexing
ton, Ohio, i In the clly. lb-will preach
at the Presbyterian church this morning.
I'romeiiaders were numerous on the
principal i-trects yesterday afternoon,
owing to the delightful weather.
Stuart iV GlioUon keep the best stock
of Kid Glove-, lu the city. Prices guar
anteed lo lie as low as ofl'ered by any
hoitrc lu the trade.
Ileniember that the Ilcverrud Mr.
Wallar will deliver his lecture ou the
' Point of Tower." next Tuesday night
at tb high school.
The KuIgliU Templar will give an
other of their very Injoyablu t.ociable,
at their ball, one week from next Friday
The. lecture on "The Point ot
Power." by the Itev. Mr. Wallar, will
take place Tuesday evening at the High
The communication entitled "Mary
Washiucton." publl-hed in another col
umn of this lue ot the Ui'i.lkti.v, is an
The "Woman's Club nnd Library
Association" licit their first regular
meeting at the re-ideneu of Mrs. Dr.
Wanluer yesterday afternoon.
Thu "Taylor Literary Society" will
meet for the llrst time in the council
chamber next Wednesday night. The
public are invited lobe present.
The address of the Hon. D. T. Line
gar, before the Li. and If. court, which
metal the law ofllce of LlnegarOc Liuiv
den last evening", was very Interesting.
- Mrs. S. .1. S. gives the Golcomla
Herald a taste of every thing that has
transpired in tills city fortiielat month,
lu a recent letter to that paper.
Capt. G. W. Harbiuson returned to
Mound City from New York Tuesday
with his family, who had just returned
from a Kuropean trip.'
From un exchange we learn that
Mes.-rs. Pollock & Lewis havu the frame
up of their new saw mill at Villa Kidge,
and will be running again In a few weeks.
MUs Uiuina Smith, of Jacksonville,
Illinois, who has been lu this city for
several weeks visiting her sister, Mrs.
Laiiilcn, returned to lierhomeou Friday
The Mound City Cornucoplon Club
will give their last party of the season at
Stokes Hall, next Tuesday night, hi the
shape of a calico ball. A good timu is
Mr. Oberly will deliver u lecture be
fore the Liberal Itellgiotis Association
next Sunday night. His subject will be
"Hell," a very appropriate one for ageu
tleimiu of his calibre.
Owing to the opening up of the rivers
lmsiueb's on the Illinois Central railroad
has slacked up to such an extent that the
company Is discharging men from the va
TlieKev. A. E. Wel!, of Mound
City, In company with a party of friends,
took passage on thu i-teanier Hubert
Mitchell for a pleasure excursion to Xew
Orleans and Texas.
Mr. J. D. Stone, nseiit for F. M.
Stone.nianiifaeturei 'g agent and wholesale
dealer hi papers of all kinds, blank hooks,
envelopes, card Hocks, etc., of St. Louis,
is lu thu city.
For several days pat, tho mail oar.s
on the Illinois Central railroad have been
draped In mourning, lu memory of one of
tho head postal clerks, who lately took It
Into his head to Miufllu oil this mortal
Mr. M. n. Ilarrcll, who will deliver
a lecture before Ihe Liberal Hellglotis
Association one week from noxt Sunday
evening, will be followed by Mr. W. II.
Morris, nnd nftcr .Mr. Morris, comes
One week from next Sunday night, M.
B.Harrell, editor of the Cairo Gflf,wlll
deliver an address bcloro tlio Liberal Re
ligious Association. HU subject will be
"T he Devil," whom lie has not milch re
spect lor or feitr of. It would seem.
The mall train on thu Illinois Cen
tral railroad was three hours late
yesterday afternoon, owing to a collUtoii
which occurred yesterday morning be
tween two freight trains at Dongola.
Tho Pulaski county Circuit Court Is
proceeding Mowly and will get through
the LaV Docket this week, when the
Court will adjourn. Judge linker will
commence the Popo Cotintv pHng term
ol Circuit Court at Golconda on Monday
Mr. Sloo Informs us that the postage
on papers, samplcx, etc., which has here
tofore been at the rale of one cent for two
ounces, has been changed to one cent for
one ounce, thug making tho postage ou
all articles sent through the mails double
what It has been up to this time.
Since tlio passage of the civil rights
bill, thu colored boys, young colored
boys, of these parts, won't tolerate much
Insolence from their white brother.
There were at least half a dozen lights
between Ibu white and black boys In
A large number of the colored pop
ulation were attacked with a bail case of
Spring fever yesterday. They were to
be seen ou every store box, large enough
to allow them to stretch thenw-lves ou,
lying upon their backs, with their laces
turned to the sun, snoring like good fel
lows. A colored man, who was under the
Influence of bad whisky, made It lovely
about the neighborhood lu which A. J.
Carl lives. Hu loaded it shot gun
ami wanted to shoot Himcbody, but Hull
ing no one who was willing to be Ills tar
get, he postponed the operation until
some other time.
Mr. Stuart, of the firm of Stuart
& Ghol-on. goei Kast to-day for the pur
pose ot purfliH'ing an unusually attrac
tive stock ol Spring and Summer dry
goods. It will be to the Interest of
every buyer of dry goods to await thu
arrival of lids stock before making their
purchases. They will olfer inducements
lu the way of prices which will guaran
tee to them an immense trade. Mr.
Stuart is recognized n lielng one of Ihe
sharpest and eloest buyer In the trade,
and what thl llrm promises to do, they
have the ability to perform. Do not fail
to see their stock when It arrives.
The abovi saloon, corner of Eighth strc. t
and Commercial avenue, Is llxed tt.) lu
good st)!e airy and comfortable, liver"-
uiiduy rooming you wll Und spread No.
1 l ii'ieb and a glisa f t Milwaukee lags'-
beer, which can't be beat, and there Is not
anychingc. Behind ti.o liar you will Had
no test kind of Liquor and Clear., und
my dc.-Irc to give every one of my custo
mer who patronize me, nalUfa:llon
CM1 round t FltKli. llol'llnlNZ.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
in thu Post Office at Cairo. Illinois, Satur
day, March Bf, 1S75.
Allen .Magglo, Alherton Ixiul-a.
fir ot It inrar. Krucll Anna, llriwn .Su
san II tyd Molliu, linger 0, ll.ojmi Sally,
llrlttcn Mrs A.
Car i e ir It, Coleman MrsM.
Devau.'hn Mrs L, DuvU.Jane.
(lord n r-nl le, Goodman J.
Hunter O II. Burst Kllcn, IIopk.hu Mat
tie, (logins Wlnnlo.
Mini J, Mac"! Miry, Moore June, MIl'u;
Sarah, JlcGur'vy J.
IVars'in Ma y.
Hob- rt l.uit , Biwley II L.
Smith ., Sml III I.tzzio.
AVharten N, Whits Kllzs, Wheel T Mat
tie, Waiker Huttle.
Adiinj ltlchird, Alden Jaaie., AOkinson
Hrifc .t Co, Bowen Edw'd, Barrett Mir
th , Burn Peter.
Colwull III, hop, Cnrk Geo, C.irlln
Frank, Cliepliatn J II, Campbell J W, Cur
ri ) John, Crc.vs P A, Caruaban 0 I', Chase
I bos II.
Kres.tel Felix, Fitzgerald ltob't, Fry
Hogue B !-, Hopkins 0 U, Holmes Cha,
Hunt E. Howell Itusscll. Hinry Jilmon,
Haikell W W.
Kalabar Pct-r, Kipper T P.
Morlnon & Smart, McQuadc Dan, Miller
Cha, Mouse Chas, Marl In Jue J.
Phillip. C I., Pettlt IM, l'arleo Jordan
Iteece Davis, Itynu Ja, Keed Jas F,
Boath Warren, Stein hd, Shepherd 1 K,
Staukb mse It K.
Waller Capt, White B F W, Wallace Has,
Persons calling for the above letters
will pleaev say "AilvertUed."
Gr.o. W. McKkaiq, r. M.
-Tnn 1Fn.-nl.Ap In ,n,u- ill full eonlrnl n(
the WaNhiiii;ton bikery, and having learn
ed the wanu of tlio public, is prepared to
nil ply on call u l demands for trench loaf,
Bo-ton, Brown Hint (r.iliam bread, and
everything i lo ordinarily lound In a llrst
elasnh.sk ry. He maintains a full stock ol
confcctionwrlcs, and can, as well na nny
other dealer In the city, fill all orders in
that line, Cakes baked, irotcd or orna
mented on short notice. Specia lattentlon
(jlven to tho qrdcrs of wedding or plcnlo
parties. 0 12-tf.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
lluppy Keller for Yottiii,- Hen from tho
fffecta nf Errort and Abu.en la eatly life. Man
houd rentoied. lmicdliueuU to JIurilKe re
nin vul. New method of tieulnicnt. New and
remarkable remedied. Pool und circulars tent
free, In sealed envelope. Aildrw, HOWAIlt)
ASSOCIATION, 419 N. Ninth ttreet. I'litludel
phla, l'u., an Institution linvlnpu hljxhreHita
lion for dionoruhlc conduct and pmfeM lonal
Just roco'ved a full Una of llnctt French
candlei, aud for sale at Ono Dollar par
pound, PHIL. U. 8AUr.
Steamer Idlewlid, Kvaiisvlllc.
" Mlniiola, Memphis. '
" Bee and barges, St. Louis.
" St. Joe. St. Louis.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
" Kddyville, Ninhvlllc.
" John A. Wood and tow, Ohio.
" Blue Lodge and tow, Ohio.
" Belle Slireveport, .St. I.oul.
" Julia, Vlekburg.
Steamer Idlewlid, Hvnnsvillp.
" Mlunrola, Cincinnati.
" Bee ond barges, New Orleans.
" St. Joe, Meiuphi.
" Capitol City, VTcksburg.
" Kddyville, Nashville.
" UelloShwcport, New Orleans.
' Blue Lodge and tow. South.
" John A. Wood nnd tow, South.
- " Julia, St. Louis.
KIVKK, IIL'SIXKSS AHlt WKATI1EK.
The Ohio, In the past twenty-four
hour, has rlsi n one Inch. The Mlsls
sippl Is stationary nt St. Louis, and there
Is six feet of water below to Cairo.
Bulness Is picking up, nnd this
wecki it Is irenerallv believed, will iut a
lively one ou the levee. Shlmneuu were
few yesterday, and rates remain nu
Yesterday was the warmest nnd
most pleasant day we have bad this sea
son. Thu light rain of Friday night
canted a heavy fog yesterday morning.
The Iloliert Mitchell and Vint
Sliluklu from Cincinnati arc due to-day.
The Capitol City ami St. Joe had fair
freight lists, but received nothing here.
The Julia came up light. She added
a lot of household goods and tobacco
The Ja. Fisk will not run in the
Cairo and Padueah trade until .he river
Captain Pepper's new steamer Cans.
Miller Is named after the' river editor of
tliu Cincinnati Commercial.
We learn from the agent of the Kv
aiisvlllc packet company that there will
bo oidy two boats running In that line
The Belle Slireveport had a good
freight llt. She remained in port all
day taking the freight oIT of her lighter.
Her cargo consisted mostly of flour, corn
and bacon. She added hero 170 barrels
pork and 200 barrels tlour.
The Ben Franklin M ill take the place
of the Gray Eagle lu the Louisville and
Henderson trade until there Is asulllclent
rise to float the Eagle out of the corn
lleld, near French Island, where she was
driven aground during the snow storm
of lat Saturday night.
Waii Iici'aiithot, Hitch ItreoiiT,
March 1J, :e7S.
STATIONS. LOW WATtn. ""'
rT i. rr. in.
l-liuliun: 10 4 xi in"
Cliti-lnimll XI A I u
LuilUtlllc 14 1 xl 3
St. Luuli - 8 t xl' 4
Corrected Dally try i:. M Steanu, commission
merchant, secretary of tliu Cairo lluard of
Hour, according to grade
Corn, mini!, i.urU-1...
Com, Millie, sacked
Ilnin, jkt tun ,
He.ll, Mi-.im drieil
Ilutlcr, choice .S'oithern rull ......
Hotter, choice Southern IlllunU .....
lurkryit. M-r dozen
Aiil-1, choice, per barrel
Apples, coiiiinini, r barrel. -..
I'uUtne, jM.r Uirri'l
.tl 0O.G OC
.. Q9J5 ii
' ' n
.ti V?3 75
M i HO
.$3 0O3 M
,. Ma ut
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholrnalc and fletall Dealer! Id
Foreign and Domostio
WIXES OF All KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
ATESSIf. SMYTH A CO. have , antly
1VL a lunre atiiek of the Wat cuod In Ihe iiinr-
ket, nml (.die enjieeiat attention to Id' tilioktule
raiiea nl Hie misiueu
Stoamboat, Hotol and Family
A.SD PEALtn IM
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Eggs, Northorn Buttor, &c.
Between Washington and Commercial
tJ-Uooda dil lered fire of cliarse.
IIOAT NT4llli:N. Hi
BIALin IK .
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Woflnosday and Thursday
March 17th and 18th, 1875.
List Appsinccs liii Season.
HAPPY CAL WAGNER'S
Entire chaneo of Proirrnmmo from their
Kw Programme! Ksi? Frogrmae!
N.ff Programme! Key Froianme!
Everything Frosh and Original
i-ureneii -eaiiai nnriiimn'a.
. y. contMty, I jui: v. m ihton'.
. ,en.,r1 Aftcnt. I lludneil .Manage!
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
And wholealc dealer In
FOHEIGN AND DOMESTIC
Wines & Liquors
78 OHIO LEVEE,
OAino, IXjXjITU OIJS .
Keept a full atork of
Monona-ahola and Ityo
Rhino, Kolly Island & California
Special Assessment Notice.
Pl'III.IC NO I II. H U hereby given Hint the
Circuit and County t'ouiU ol' Alexander
County, ham tenoned Jiuhrnirnt lor n i.'Cinl
aisennineiit upon pnipeity bi-iifllllcd by the fid
IuwIiik iniioveiiiviit, viz . (ii-uiillnK Oliln
I etee tn'l I'roni Fourth to Fourteenth etrevU,
as will mine fully upprar I rum the certillnl cup.
ortlieJiidKliieulii ou tile In the oitlce of tlic I Ii iL
nr Ihe Clly nt Ctiinil tli.it ii warrant I'ur the col
lection of niteb H--elm-lit U III Ihe IkiuiIh oflhc
undril:nnl. All i emona Inteierteil lire liritby
noiiutii in citu iiiiii )iuv iiir iiiuniiiiiit ioi-.tieii, tu
mi: collector' oIUm-.m.. I nil .iKiitvrcln I ne
M lllltlt tlilrtv ilava from the ilute lieieiit'
Dated Una 13th tiny or March, A. D. IB7-
II F iii.aki:.
City Trcus. und Kx-ufflclo Collector.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington and Commercial
Avenues, adjoining Hanny's.
KKKl'S for tale the U-t Ilief, l'rk, Jlulton
Vrul. 1-nmli. MiuiiKe, Ac. . and In pre
pared to iitu' lumillea lnn ariei.tnble niitnnrr
BY virtue of uu execution in me directed by
the Cleik of Ihe. circuit i ourt f Alex
ander county, lu Ihe Mate of llllnnli, In favor of
Ihe Nuiilmuitcrn Insiirnnce Company fur Die
ii-eofJohnO llarman, l.'eceher, und npilutl
Wllllm.l Allen un, I II. ulou Wehh, I have
levieilupnn the lollotrinir dei-crlUtl propeity.
lu Ihe clly ofl iilro county tif Alexamler and
Muleof llllnoii.lo-wlt; Ixit iiumlvrrd Hie ( )
In block miml.ril llilily-twn (.1:1, n- the innli
erly or the said H Vaton Wehh, w hlch I ulndl
oiler nt nubile nale. at tha outliteit door of Ihe
I ourt lfoii-e, in the clly of I nlru. lu IIiccoiiiiIt
of Alexuiiilrr and Mute of IlllnnU. nil the 31 rt
dny of .Mulch A . D., 187&, nt Ihe hourof eleven
o'clock u. in , fur cinh, to satisfy mild execu
tion. ai.i:x. II IKVIN,
Hn-riff of Alexander county, llU,
Cairo, Hit., March. 1.', Mb. t'J-1-ls-w.'t
Hotel and Restaurant
Two doom north of the Cutro and Vlncanncs
WM. WETZEL, Proprietor.
ATIHNTV watch kept nijrtit and day for
tialiu und Muimbuuu.
IJie In'jt of urroinmod.itiona for Irmmlent
Biicsts at Two Outturn i.trduy,
ICE! IOE!! IOE!!l
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
WholeaaU and lletall Dealera In
PURE LAKE ICE
CA1K0, ILLS, and COLUMB08, K7.
At Ilulen 6t Wllaon'a, Comer Twalfth St.
and Olito Lovoo,
II will run an Ice wagon throuchoul the
i-Kiton, ilcuieruijt pure luxe ice. in any
taitof the clly at Ihe lowe.t market price, and
will ul..i ln nl,h our friends oul.tde Ihe city with
ir hy the cake or car load, packed in auwtliist
or ahipnieiit to any tllttuuce.
IjlOlt the upccdy cine of ftemlnnl lletikiiei,
1,0.1 Manlinwl and all ilLordcru broiith
on by IndUciellont or exci-sn, Any DnignU
Ilia Ihe InxiedlcuH, .
Addiria, Dr. E. HILTON X CO .
l-.'l-d&w If- (Jruclnnati, Ohio,
City National Bank
OAPITAX, - - $100,000
If., I? AI.T.1 II A Y, I'lTAldent .
"K,J:lti.,.'iJIA,','ttAY, Vice t'reit.
A II HAPPoitlt, CMhler.
WAf.TKIt IIYSI-fiP, A't Caalller
S. 8TAAM TaTLOU, it. H Ct-XMInillw
11. I.. HAILIOAT, ' W llAtuSSr '
A II. SArroiui
Exchango, Coin and United Statoa
Bonds Bought and Sold.
KP09ITS ircelvfil una a neml Unking
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869.
CITY NATION AIj BANK, CAIRO
A. U. SAFKOKI), 1'reAldent.
. TAVMIIt. Vlee l'reildent.
W II Yijl.Oi', Scc'y and 1 reanurer.
I'. M Haiiclat, Cha Oamoiiir,
r, M. MroiKiLETir, I'alxiI acnen.
It. II. CCN.M.MlllAM. II I.. IlAtXIUAT,
J. M. I'lIILLtn.
INTKflKST paid on iIfimi.Iu at the rale or nix
percent per annum. March Istaml Si.tem
ler lt Interest not withdrawn la added Imme
diately to the principal nt the i!cpoiU, thereby
Kivlnir them coiniHiiind iulercal.
MARRIED WOMAN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY AND NO ONE ELSE
CAN DRAW IT.
Open every biHlnmiluy fromtia.m. to 3 p.m.
and .-atiinUiy cienlii; lor saving depotlti only
lrom 0 to e o'clock.
W. HYST.OF, Traaaurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Coinor Commercial Av. and Eiehth St.,
It oixn from 0 a.m. to -ln.nl. for the trannact-
Ion ot H'Kiilur n.ml-iiiK bn.ine... Al.o on :at
urday eicniiiKirom u too o'clock for the uccum
muiUtloii of auvluz deHiiltora.
Exchaneo BouKht and Bold on tha Prin
cipal CUlea in tbo Uullaa HUttca.
CJ-Forelfm Exehanpe dratrn on England,
Inland. France, und nil the nilnrluil citieain
ieriiiiiuy, r.wlueil.iiuli llelglum Holland, Itiu-
ma, iieiimuiK, Italy unit olner loteivu nutiona,
tD-CoHoctlnn made In any part of Europe, by
limn or pu er of utturnej .
ty letters of ciedlt tor traveler In Europe
Gold, Silver, United Statos and
other Bonds Bought and Sold.
Interest on 1m iydi
IN TIIE SAVINGS DEPABTMENT.
P C. CANEDY. Preaident.
HKNKY WELLS, Vlcn Preaident.
1UOMAS LliWIh, Caahior
T, J. KEftTii, Aaslatant Caahlor.
4 OA I-
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for C )al by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for ehij mont,
promptly aitoadcd to.
5y-To largo consumsrs and all
manufacturers, wo ara proparcd
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rj-IIiilllday Ilro.'a olUce, No 70 Ohio Levee.
O'llulliday Ilro.'a whurlbout.
fci-At Euyplhin MI1U, or
ICTAt the Coat Dump, foot of Tblrty-Eliht
ICS-I'ot Office Druwer. SCO,
Coal and Wood Yard.
PITTS3URQ and ILLINOIS
KBIT constantly on hand at Roaa Yard
Commercial avenue, opposite Broil
biiildlux . ... ,
Onler promptly filled.
Coal and wood delivered free of charge.
Ttrma itrictlr chith 31i-10-flm3
I'Uw v' k m, Ilk 1t. U.I. wfila;.il
ClMKt C.hmu nui l'J'Vl
Dv.ruaa w), lit niwi-vi .-. I