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ASCAt.ON LQDOK, NO, f.l.
Khlirtit u( l'l thus. meets errr Krl
KellunV Hall (J h. Slick,
1 1) wecllor Commander.
AT UlJhl nl h.llf.lni.t M1 wit . In f
AI.KXANDHIt t.OIMiK, NO ?J1
Iii'Icntmlenl Order of Odd't'tl
-i.fws. iiKT-in cinj i L'uirivj maul
Commercial auntie, iKlwecu nl.xlli uud Sleuth
ML IllAl lalifl 41 t9lt. Ill r lllll t.tl
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r 1AIIIO KNCAMrMKNT, I O. O. J, tmlt
Vlli UtM-rellowa' Mali on Ihr tlrst and thllTl
Mie'lay in elery Inuutli, Hi hair-lost eun
C K SLACK, C 1
a rttlfntfihit vik m, l t.
Hold rt'tful.'ir ejiiuiiiiinirjitlnni. In At i
7onlu lull, corner Cxinnirrci.il ateuue
- - -anii r.ijrrnn atitri, oil Uie seconu n
lourui Mowity ol ew.li luguth.
The I'urlfli School was opened oil Mon
day, March Hut tiiiji.lt will lie le
eel veil nt :u y time, on lliu condition!
already published. Tho arnica of I'm
le sor Krlck hav Ik en lecured fur liMtruo
tloti In till Oi-rmin l.uiKii.ir. Purlhli n
txt a clii;i wIP !- mule. I'iii li wishing
toi'tidy (Irrtnati on'y, w II come to the
school t 4 u'i: ock p. in.
ClIirurH . (M.iiikt, Hector.
31 r. I. Fitzgerald liasjn-t received ami
ha on ule nt !il ealei room a larsii stock
nf Knll-h ale, porter, HetiiicMy tir.mdy
s.nd wlnr, and liquors nf all lllld, which
in- will ilirp'jM! of at reuonable rlcc.
Fifty to Seventy-flvc d riTar per mon'b
Ai;ent wanted everywhere. Trachci, la'
illr. i:nti. i tc. etc. No ratdtil or nut'
lay required, tend 21 cent fr potge on
outnt, w i. c. Vt KI.CIIMAX.
tl Ir In Station, t'nlon County, Ohio.
()pn Friilayi ami .Saturdays only.
(Jo nml Her llrr.
Landlord ol hot l and hoarding boues
n III rind It to their adai life to call upon
Mrs, (,'olemin, No 14 Kuurtb Mrert, be
tween V shlron and Otmnrrelil aven
ill s, and ascertain her terms lr il'ilnj hotel
and Itox ding houc wa.hcs ly the nroV
Her wholesale ptl es are txtrttnely
low T c. per diaeu. For piece work pr ee
are as follow.: .Single hlrt .nid c I
Ur, 10c; p-r dozen 8 c, ork. Ik-, two ro!
Urn, ftc; twj hnndkerchlel', 6c; vet 'iOc;
and at ireotlemen'ii wear, 75c. per
dozen. I.adleo' lree, to
klrtn t 31 ; dr4Wer 10 to l.V; I wo
pair hone fc; two co'larxS lo 1 c. Knr la
diet' pUtn clothe ?t l p. r dozen; lor ladle-
fine c'othen, il 2S per dozen; done
drsrnplty, and promptly delhere), Ta
Gool ilnitle roomt on the upter floor at
the Saint Chailea fan be had, wl:li board,
tt the very low rate cf 3) per month
Two or three gentlemen ean he aecom
in id t ed l h dty hoard. Iliu-e on Wal
nut, between S i nth uid hl'tjth. Apply
at thl'fcClce; Kt-2 Ct.
Or orge l.ittn-r cornctof Koirfentb and
'ihlnif'on aven ir. will fu n'h he calter,
svery day to h i pitron a No. 1 lunch, he
Iweeu thchourofte:i and twelve o'cl ck.
r"re-h Jlllwuukce beer and frarir.t llivaua
:lgir to be had at hit I ir at all Hint".
Aotlee of Itenimnl.
Hshlcht A L'irl. h have n moved their
eliemlr I Jjro; aid (leaving cta'
lUhmcnt Iritn the corner of El htn nd
Commrcld to WahliiRtoa Avenue
hetween Nl dh anJ Tenth trci. To meet
the want of their m ny cut mem. they
here ordered and h ie j. lit rec Ivnl from
K r pt U'ge lot ol the tloeit dye uttitl?,
and are now rea ly to attend to any order
In heir line; 3J-3D-lm.
for Sale tienp.
Any person wantlu: to buy a fine larce
hore, nltahle far wajnn o- dny, cai be
accommodated hy ca linj at the AlethcdUt
rrnonagc on Eighth ftrcet.
New Ilnrne nnd Smlille Shop.
Thocllznof C'jlro anil vlclnl'y arc
licrchy rexprct ill y in rninl tli.it we h.io
openej a Hani n and Saddle .-hop at N .
i0 ComniercUl Avenue, where c.n l.e
found a all llm i. a lull lnck of utlU'l In
our line, at ai low price a the nun iUf
ol work can ti) bought In any in re'. lie
piiri K lon promptly. C.inia- tr.inniln
a cpeclalty. l'lcmc she in a call
OI-.-12-Ct. I.. I). AliK'N A Co.
Notice nf Rrmnviil.
T'.e we'-l known turner hop, s orner
K lilitli himI C mmrrclal, pre-lilul v r ty
tho popuU rt!t, (j ur,-u St inli' ii-o, hai
remuvfdoned or north on omnvru al, I.
the U'and O n'ral Hotel. Thu new thop l
l i gn and comm illoui, and ttice w ohln
fur any hlnr artit!e in the way of fjh in-aM-t
hnlr cuulnff, inootli !isve, et- will
do well l call at the (i rand Central Harder
hop. 71 3-13-tf.
The old ktand on S atli ftrert, between
Conm rclal aviniie and Ohio Lorcc, i al
w.ij i ready to do any klr.d of work In th?
hlackniltn llm, miking an I repilrlng Was
on' Busglciand Dr.i)f. IpccU'a't..'iHloii
given to tiors!ioeln;, as I make my own
ihno'i lean make tlirm lravy or llyht,
Ju-t ai you d&'lra, (or you all know that the
homo mule hocj aro the bot. Call round
and I nni ute to g've yoti'atlifacllon.
71-3-ll-lm. f'HED. IlOFiir.i.sz.
Fair mill rontlviil.
Tli German Lutheran church prpo c o
give a lair and festival at the Arab Ungino
Ilouif mi April 13th and U'.h, part cularaof
which will be annoucco't in duo llmo.
rlnno nmt Orau Timing.
Mr. M. Kuliua dea'reo m to ay th it he U
reaOy to r celo ordjr for l'l.no unci Or
gan tiiDlnf, ami rcpa'rlng intti cal Inntru
me'ita. Orderi may he lalt at tho corner ol
Thirteenth ami Walnut utretU, or V, O.
Dot Ml, antl will receive prompt attention,
Agents" tor tho Monumenfal N'o-Chhn-ncy
Lamp Burner." No uinoko or buicII
nm no explosion. They suit everybody,
and everybody buy them because they
are what everybody wants. Sample by
ntall for 33 cents. A. S. Stonehakcr, 13
Patterson avenue, Baltimore, general
U'EDN'CSDAY, MARCH 17, 1875.
CmroR Srw: VliMMe announc JOHN' II
I'll 1 1. US an n cimlldale fur Mayor of I alio, at
tin: dialling minnciii ejection
Imnury M, liih, MA.XT ClTlzaxi
I.ocitl U'rnllier Iteport.
Caiho, III , M.ircli 10. t(C5.
II tH. I The. I Wi.o
THOMAS JONK"i, Sergl. 5 ft., VS. M. A.
Th'! ft rrj' boat, Three State, on her
trip to tin- Cairo, Arkan:i and Texas
nil road laudlii''. vi-itcrdav .iflcriioon
was run ashore by tin; heavy whid.tlitri:-
nv inik'liiL' contH'ctioii w i t in iu:
o ciock train on tiiai roan.
200 pound choice Northern packed
bulti r, In prime order, Jut received and
for alo at No. M Ohio I-vce.
3-IMt. .M11.1.KI1 A I'AiiKKn,
Thf laillpa of the M. K. Cliitrch will
t'ivi' oni! of their ilcaant cntcrtaluini'tii
at tin church 011 1 ImrMlay evening.
March lSth, and extend a cordial Invita
tion to their I'riemU and the pnhlle -cn-
rally to inert them then1. The pro
gramme for the evening will 1k varied.
and will ionIt ol lu'tnimi-ntal iniilc,
I'lii'ilii'r hy tho choir, Milect reading'.
illH't, (iiartette, i-olos, i-tc. l!efreh-
mcnt will Ir Mjrvcd in the church par
A I'ovllltr Cure I'or ftlieiintnllim
f ir id I tic dru' -tore nl JI..I. HcOaulry,
between Ki.lite mil and Nineteenth treet
on 0 mmercUl avicue.
Clillreli of llir rteilermer.
The ladle of the Kpi-copal Church are
very earnestly requested to mis;! nt the
Itiftory. thl ( Wetlnc-d.iy ) afternoon, at
two o'clock, on liu-Iuc of reat impor
tance CitAiu.u.'i A. (JtLiiKitr,
Ve'terday nftcnioon, Chief McHi-h
while taking hU ii-ual stroll upon tin: le
vee, fpotled two up!cIotM looking Indi-
vlditaN. and after shadowing them for
awhile, came to the conclusion that they
were confidence men. With this belief.
he droped upon them, and avc them
until train time to get out of town, and
The linn of Elliott it Havthorn. dohi"
b'.i4lncs at No. 101 Commercial avenue,
Is this day dUsilved by mutual consent.
O'car Ilaythoru Is alom; nuthorlzu-d to
collect the debts dim the concern, and
atiiiic all the liabilities ul the linn.
Caiiio, March Sth, HT'i.
Caiiio, Illinois, .March 1-Jth, H73.
O. Haythorn A Co. have this day be
come tne succeisori of Elliott A Hav
thorn, J. Si. Howe, of Cincinnati, having
been admitted as special partner. With
renewed facilities, we h:ill hope to coni
uiaud a full rhare of the former patronage
of the tlrui. O. Havtiioks A Co.
For the past three or lour day. hu-1-
nes In the (lollce courts ha Im-cii itnu-
s ually dull. There were two ewes before
Judge Ilros yesterday, the first being
that of William Harms, a gentleman who
was picked up hy Chief .Mellale. for k
iug drunk, to which charge he plead
guilty and was lined two dollars and cut.
Not having the nece.ary wherewlths. he
wa handed over to the tender mercies of
Jailor McCarthy, who will entertain him
at hi hotel until Friday.
The second and lat cae was that of
John Downing, who was accused by Of
(leer MeMale of disturbing the equanim
ity ofa tellow creature by belting him on
the head. He also plead guilty lo the
chargc.nnd Judge Bross mildly Informed
him that lie would lx' under the painful
neccfsity ot aiesing a line of live dollar'
am! trimming upon him. He, like liU
companion was the victim of poverty,
and therefore he was sent to the cooler
tor four days.
A Mnn Jumps from n Seroml Story
Lant Saturday night, about 13 o'clock,
an old eltb.cn of thee parts named A. C.
Ingrahani.fwho Is known to nearly every
body in Cairo, and who for iiomu years
past has made his living by gardening)
while under tho Influence ol liquor,
Jtmijitd from a second story window In
the upper part of the city, breaking his
collar bone and several of his ribs. Ho
was picked up by a gentleman who hap
pened to be passing by a few minutes
after the deed was done, who carried him
into the house, and procured tho scrvicci,
of Dr. Wood; ho attended to the wounds
of the man and made him as comfortable
as nosfllile under tho circumstances, but
I all hopes of his recovery were despaired ol,
I his wounds belnsr such that death was
I unavoidable, and yesterday morning be-1
I tween twelve and ono o'clock he died,
I from Ills Injuries. Wo are Informed that
' for several days paBt Mr. Ingraham had
been drinking to exooss, and that when
he was taken into ills sleeping apartment
after being found lying on the walk 5ar
urday night, several whiskey bottles and
also threo ompty laudanum bottles were
found lying about the bed. Tho deceased
leaves a wife and one child, who at the
time of the death of Ingraham were at
Anna visiting friends and relatives. When
she was Informed of the accident which .
had befallen her husband, she replied
that she had a presentiment that "things
cot jroliig right at home,"
BT. PATRICK'S DAT.
Prueenslon nftlioNI. 1'nlrlrh'n Ilenev
olent Miirlnty Totln.
The members of St. l'atrlek's Benevo
lent Society will form In procession nt St.
Patrick' church to-day, nt 1 1 o'clock a.
in., and march In thu following order:
From the church to Fourth Mrcct; up
Fourth to Levee ktrcet; up I.cvee to Four
teenth street; down Fourteenth street to
Commercial avenue; up Commercial ave
nue to Twentieth street, out Twentieth to
Washington avenue; 1 ihiugton to
Twenty-second it reel; . .1 1 ,enly-second
to Walnut street; dow n Walnut to Twen
tieth street; up Twentieth to Washington
avenue; down Washington avenue to the
A lecture will be delivered In tho even
ing at 7:30 o'clock at thu church. Ad
mission to the lecture 25 cents.
A Pn 11 1 tier.
From .Sherlir Irvln, we leant that lat
Saturday, while hi the neighborhood of
Dog Tooth Bend, In: encountered at leat
one hundred and litty men, all of whom
were 011 the hunt for one plow: of game
a pautlivr which, It Is slated hy respon
sible pari I. s, has been making It lively
for the neighbor thereabouts for the last
three mouths. The animal, we an: told,
has liven wen 011 several occasions by va
rious parties, but nt no time have they
got wlihhi gun-shot of him when pre
pared to kill him. He has liccu teen in
the trci'-tops, on fences, on the
ground and everywhere ele, and has
been known to make leap of twenty
feet. Altogether, this Is a devil of a
panther, and the man who succeeds
ill winding up Ids career will be a hero
Ilnppr c'nl. Wnirner
To-nlglitCal Wagner, with his new
and complete troiiM; of mlntrel perform
ers, will appear Ix-fore our people at the
Atheiieum. Since hi lat vl'lt to Cairo,
mid since the reorganization of his com
pany, Wagner has traveled the country
from one end to the other, appearing In
every city of note, and always being
greeted wltli large, fashionable and en
thu-iastie audiences. From what we an:
told by the various newspapers, and al.o
by parties who have witneed the per
formance-of the company lately, we are
led lo believe that there are few troujics
now 011 the road who can be called equal
to them. The troupe now embraces such
men as Cal Wagner, Earl Bruce, D. it.
IIawkin. Sam Price, J. II. .Murphy,
Boyd and Turner. Ben Brown, I.eui W-
ley and a number of other old prole-slon-
al gentlemen, known as llr-t-class per
formers, wlio will always pleae. The
company will remain for two night", du
ring which thev will Introduce a number
of new and original farces, all ol which
lire pronounced excellent. The end por
tions will be tilled by Wagner'and his old
stand-by, Sam Price, who in themselves
area whole show. There arc numerous
oilier attraction! that will add greatly to
the enjoyment of tho-e who witnes the
performance, and we predict for WHgner
and his party a hearty welcome nnd a
pocket full of "scads."
As llroml n t'iy II zttlon.
The agent of the Wil-on Sewing Ma
chine Company will, in a few days, sail
from San Francl-co lor C 1 1 1 1 1 In South
America, where he will ojn-n a Branch
Hotie and exhibit the world-renowned
VIUoii Shuttle Sewing Machine at the
grand exposition to be held at Santiago
under the ait-pices of that government.
By this step the WIU011 Sewing Machine
Company will complete the circuit of the
ghnV. They havealreadyltnmenseai;en
cics in China. Japan. Briti-h Indies. Eng
land, France and other parts of South
America. Supreme in its superiority
over all other evt lug machines the W
son goes on wldf nhig It tleld year after
year, carrying the blessing of a cheap,
capable and perfect sewing machine to
the remotest haunts of civilization. Ma
chines will be delivered' at any railroad
station In this country, tree ot transpor
tation charges. If ordered through the
Company's Branch House at CO I, North
Fourth -treet. St. I.ouK Mo.
They send an elegant catalogue and
chromo circular, free, on application.
Thi Company want a few moru good
There was n ccial meeting ol the
city council lat night.
The city Jail ha two occupant, both
ol whom will board out their line.
There was a large amount of bui
ncss done on the levee yesterday.
This I St. Patrick's day, nnd our
IrMt friends will celebrate it, a uual.
Wagner's minstrels open at the Athc
neutn to-night. Go everybody and ite
Tho "Taylor Literary Society" will
meet In the council chamber to-night, for
the !lrt time.
There Is a large number of country
people in town at present, attending
eounty court, which Is now in seslon.
Any one who wants a good two.
horro wagon, of tho Gamble make, can
get one by calling at this olllcc.
It Is said that a number of ladies of
tills city will use their ellorts to get up a
spelling match, to take place In some pub
lic placo soon.
Mr. John P. Hely has juit completed a
neat and correct map of Alexander coun
ty, which Is said to be the only ono hi ex
tstencu. Jack Ross Is still In the county fylf
wueru 11. is very iiKeiy tie win stay itutu
his trial takes placo, for the wantjprsome
ono to go Ills ball.
There were two cases In the police
courts before Judgts Bross, yesterday,
but neither of them was of much conse
quence. Phil Saup, tho Washington avenue
confectioner, lias Just received a hlglotof
line assorted French candles, suited to
the taste ofererybody,
Travis Harris, the man who was sen
tenced to be hung at Commerce, Missou
ri, last week, for killing hi father-in-law,
has been granted a new trial.
It Is said that there will be a number
of Cairo people go to Mound City Thurs
day night, to attend the spelling match to
be given under the ampleeg of tho 1 'Choral
Society," at Stokes' hall. Tho Inhabi
tants ot that burg anticipate a big time 011
Tho building occupied by Tnbcr
Brothers, Jewelers, on Commercial ave
nue, Is being repainted.
Mm. and Miss Lansdon will Mug at
the M. JJ. sociable Thursday night.
The Lilk about a grand inirrowgaugc
railroad celebration has nil blown over,
and It looks as If the alTalr had gone
where tho woodbine twlneth.
They say that II you plant geraniums
about your premises, you will not be
bothered with snakes. There Is a fellow
in town who ought to have geraniums all
Cal Wagner's minstrel troupe, who
are praised by the press and public of
every city In which they have made their
appearance since their reorganization,
will nppear at the Athencuin to-nlglit.
Mr. W. II. Morris will slug at thu M.
E. sociable Thursday night.
If any of our readers would save time,
trouble ami money In supplying them
selves with Ink, we refer tham lo the ad
vertisement of 'ltoyal Purple" In another
Loafers in still very numerous In
this city, though many who were hero a
week or two ago have taken up thetr
budgets and set out for other places,
having found that Cairo was not a heal ihy
locality for them.
Tho: of our citizens who are lovers
of sport afforded by hunting are now In
their glory. It Is cald that game of
every kind Is plenty In this neighbor
hood, and that it is Mug slaughtered In
The Mls-e Steele will sing at the M.
E. sociable Thur.-d.iy evening.
The request of the editor of the Cla-
tttte, aklng the I'ev. Jacob Bradley to
lecture, has been refused by that gentle
man, on the ground that to do so nt pres
ent would interfere with hi? sacred du- j
The Bridges boy, who escaped from
the Johnson county Jail at Vienna, last
Wi-dne-day night, have not yet lieen re
captured, and It Is thought that the of
ficers now in pursuit will have a
lively chae before they come up with
the Ikivs. If Indeed they get them at all.
Proir. Chandler Booblus will partici
pate in the sociable at the M. E. church
By referring to another column of
this Issue of the Bcli.kti.v It will be seen
that the ladle of the Methodist church
will give another concert at the. church
to-morrow evening, which will be a very
plea santallalr, and should be well pat
ronized by our citizens.
The first runaway that has come un
der the observation of the up-town folks
for several days, took place yesterday. A
horse attached to a light spring wagon
started somewhere In the vicinity
of the stone depot and broke the shafts,
but nothing more.
The Knights Templar will give an
other sociable In their hall on Friday
evening. The last one ulven under their
nusp'.ces 15 said to have been u very pleas
ant affair. Thee gentleman have a nack
of doing everything they undertake In
.Mr. Mon-.irrat and Mm. Wright will
sing at the M. E. sociable Thursday even
ing. Lafayette Demosthenes Davis, editor
of the .Vim. correspondent of the Si. Louis
JlrpultUan, a member of the Methodist
church and teacher of a Sunday school
cla, looks disconsolate over the tnes
lie ha got himself Into with "Gencvra"
and the "Woman's Club."
The calico party, given by the Cor
nucopiau club of Mound City, at Stokes1
hall last night, was the last party to be
given by the club this season, and it was
expected to be largely attended. Several
ofour young people anticipated attend-in-,
but whether they did so or not we
There will be nice refreshments at
the M. E. sociable, at the church Thurs
That birthday parly, of which we
spoke some time ago, to be given by
three young men of tills city, whose birth
days all come at the samu time, will take
place on the second Thursday of next
mouth. It will be a grand affair. a the
partle are of the kind who never do
anything by halves. One of the public
halls will be secured for the occasion.
A little boy named Cury. while play
ing with a couple of companion on the
high sidewalk, on Fourteenth street, be
tween Washington avenue nnd Walnut
street, ycterday morning, was pit-hed
under the railing anil fell Into the water,
receiving from the fall a bloody nose and
n well scratched face, but nothing more.
Tho prieo of admission to the M. E.
sociable Thursday evening, will be twenty-live
cents, Including musloand refresh
ments. The Jouesboro t7azsays that tho
Odd Fellows of that place are making
ample arrangements for the celebration
on the 20th of next April. The festivi
ties, we nro told, will cloe with a grand
dance at Masonic Hall. The affair prom
ises to Iks one of the largest undertakings
of the kind that has ever taken placo In
this section of tho State.
Misses Carrie Un?los an 1 Lulu Pace,
in connection with Mjsirs. Arlck, Hack
er and Frank Bobbins, will display their
vocal accomplishments at tho M. E.
sociable Thursday evening.
"Gcnevra" retired yesterday evening
In good order. Who 6he Is, wo don't
know and don't care to know, lint wo re
gret that her closing note was a little an
gry In tone, Wo did not mean to hurt
her feelings, and nro sorry If wo did. Sho
was an ambushed foe. She shot arrows
from her concealment, not at us but nt
certain members of her sex. Wo led
her to make a charge against them, which
they denied. Then It was her duty to
como out of her hiding placo and prove
her charge not say she could prove it.
Tills she had not tho courage to do ; and
A colored man, a little tho worse for
the amount of bad whisky which he had
o freely Imbibed, whllo winding his
way homeward yesterday morning, camj
In contact Willi nn old tar barrel lying on
the levee. The barrel at any other time,
we presume, would not have had any
charms for the colored citizen, but he
was tired and sleepy Jut at that time, and
so ho reclined upon It head. When he
made ancflbrtto rise, he found that It
win ralhcrn dlllkult task. In fact It was
so hard that ho had to 'e nsslstcd to free
hlm-clf from the sticky stulf, and then
thu feat was accomplished with the loss
ol part of his breeches. He swore he
never w ould get drunk any more.
It Is probable Mrs. Mclvec and Mrs.
Pace will contribute something to the
local exercises on the occasion of tho M.
E. sociable, on Thursday evening.
Ono of our levee merchants was
pretty badly sold one day bust week by a
country doctor, who dwells hereabouts.
The doctor Killed at the storeand offered
to pawn a box, which he claimed con
tained thirty dollars worth of medicine,
for n seven dollar hat. The merchant ac
cepted the proposition, and when thu
time passed by for thu doctor to return
and redeem the property, he began to
think there was something wrong, lie
opened the box and found that it was
packed whltli bottles which contained n
Until the color of eou"ee, but there being
no lulxils upon them, he Is nt a loi to
know what It Is giod for. He offers to
sell the pack for two dollars and a half.
Joe Itoceker Is now In full control ol
the Wa-hliiijtiin hikeiy, and having learn
ed the wants of the public. Is prepared to
sill ply on call a I demands for French lunf,
Bo-ton, Brown and Oraliam bread, nl
everything ele ordinarily loiind In a flrt.
clan-Ink ry. lie miilnUliis a fu I to k ot
conteetion"rlt, and can. as well any
other dealer lu the city, fill all orders In
that line. Cakes InVeil, 'ro-ted or orna
merited on short notice. Spc la lattentinn
glvtio 10 the orders of wedding or ticnlc
I artlts. 0 12-tf.
1 OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Ifnppjr Itellerfor Yoiinir Men rrom tha
rSecM of Krror. and Alm-n In early life. Man
hood rest'iied. Imtlinients to Marriage re
moved. New me'riod of treatment. New and
remarkable remedies. ILkAh and circulars rnt
free, In sealed nTtlo.es. Aildrtas, llOU'Altl)
AS-OUATIO.V. II!) N Ninth Mrvet, I'hiUdtl
I'hh, I'.i , an Initltiillon havlnjra I1UI1 reputa
tion for honorable conduct and professional
The abov saloon, corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, Is lived u 1 In
giod nt)le airy and comlottaMc. Ever.'
umhy morning you w II find spread a No.
1 lu rhanda gl.s rf Milwaukee lager
beer, which ca 't be beat, and theic is not
any ch mge. II hied ti c II ir you will tl id
tie le ct kind ,f I.lTior4 a. d Cl.ari, mid
my dclre s t g ve every one of my custo
mer who patronize me, aatlnfactlon.
Cill round! KltKD. Il0Fllt.7..
Whence Thl CJrenC Commotion
the c.ouiury through, mnon; the Al : h lie
Hi ter mongers ? They stu I gla.i nt an
Innovnt on on their pil lleg of m.,kin
ilrunka-ds o the sick A ompe It r ha-
come Into the ll ! I wl'h which ihey cannot
conten t. Oh. J ai.kkk's California
VivoiK IIjrTKlis, too nnd tied et 11 e
oft e mo. t efliciclous ege-aVe tonic aid
alteritlv. s In th w rd. Is dr-vin,' tilt the
s Ill-born novru'D of Kin; Ale 1 ol ti ih
w I. Turi s n 1 dl-ea-o in ern il or ex
tcrnd.in which It 1 n. b.-n flclally adm n
i'ltrcd. 3-17-d i w-4w.
Tort 1. 1st.
Sleamer Win. J. Lewis. Vlekshttrg.
" Ste. Genevieve, Vicksburg.
" Jas. D. Parker, Memphis.
" Thompson Dean, New Orleans.
" Utah, New Orleans.
" Glencoe, St. I.ouli.
Steamer Win. J. Lewis, St. Louis.
' Ste. Genevieve, St. Loul.
Ja. D. Parker. Cincinnati.
" Thompson Dean, Cincinnati.
" Glencoe, New Orleans.
IttVKlt. IIUSINKsS AND WT.ATIIKI:.
The Ohio has rl-en oveu and one
half Inches in the past twenty-four hours,
and is now on a stand. Too Mississippi
continues rising at St. Louis and there Is
a gooil stage of water to that city. The
channel I? eleven feet.
Business fair and shipments light.
Thu weather yesterday was dear and
cool, with a strong wind from the wist,
which delayed many of thu boats that ar
Tho elegant eleatner Idlcwild Is the
regular packet for Evanavlllu and way
landings this evening.
Ste. Genevieve and Lewis had lair
trips from Vicksburg. They passed up
without adding here.
Tho Glencoe wa3 loaded flat. Sho
had 1.CO0 tons Irelght for thu South. Wo
copy the following from her manifest: 02
head cattle, CO head horse6, 100 head hogs,
1,110 barrels meal, 1,(100 barrels tlottr,
103 cases eggs, 155 barrels whiskey; 23
barrels potatoes, 3,000 sacks corn, 300
sacks malt, 100 sacks rye, 12 1 sacks oats,
220 tierces lard, 100 kegs lard, 20 barrels
tallow and 17 tierces bacon. The strong
wind of Monday detained her several
hours at Chester.
Tho City of Chester, from Memphis,
Belle Memphis and Future City, for St.
Louis, are among tho boats due to-day.
Tho St. Louis Globe of yesterday
says : "Tho arrival of tho Eekert, yes
terday, from the wreck of thu .Mary Alice,
almost contlrms tho fears that sue will
not be raised, but tho company nro not
willing to 'give it up so,' and, therefore,
the Eckert returned in the afternoon lo
tnaku further efforts, which we hope
will prove successful, although the
rapid rising of thu waters are proving a
great hindrance. The Iron .Mountain
ulso left for tho scene of the disaster, and
will bring up her banjCij, The B. A.
Babbago is Insured In Howe & Carroll's
agencies, in tuu city, ror iu.uw,"
Tito Illinois river was open as ff w.,
a Uth yestwday mornji- kjw(
nodottbt, free of lecto Pcorli, and rising
W'AH Dtl-AHTMlRr, IIITIK lUeolIT, 1
STATIONS. LOW WATER. "".
rT m. rt. 1 i.
rittslmrjr .. an t) a" T
Uiicliinull .H 37 11 x.l S
lxitiimile 13 1 vi -t
81- 1juIj JJ 4 o' XI0
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.
Corrected Dally by F.. M. Stearni, commission
merchant, (secretary of the Cairo Jloanl ol
Flour, aeconllnjr to.jtrade II
Corn, mixed, nicked 7J.V:
Corn, while, narked (77e
Oats, mixed ,r,(c
llnui, i-tr ton et'
Me.il, .team dried $.
llutttr, choke Northern roll htvj
llutter, choke .southern Illinois - tyaK
V.Mti, terdoen Hi.iVi
Chickens, rtolrn .... tfi 7,
'lurkeys, s-rdon teliOj
Aiils, choice, tmrrel ...$.1 0033 Sj
Aiiles, common, it barrel H O,
I'otntoes, tr liari-el ft.10
Unions, itr barrel a., Oj
Wednesday and Thursday
Mnrch 17th and 18th, 1875.
L.it iruc9 ti:s Una,
HAPPY CAL WAGNER'S
Entire chango of Froirramtna from tbelt
hi Progr&ESj! Kiv Present!
hn Frogrmn;! lit? l:tL:m
Everything Fresh and Original.
!T7"I!eerTe,l s'eiUM llnrtman'a.
F. F. 1 IlltfllX, I JijK I', M Mt.lTO.V,
Central Agent liti'lnejs Mannzer
ROYAL PURPLE J,2n.,,1i?rraf,.!f
Ink. when u Jiu-kateof xiieculmlril Ink
'Vtller Will luikeil lilnt cif l-.t i,.imle InV
Sent lijr mill tor iV cent., r li fir 41 Other r.,
or IfiViied Aildien D. W. HUOW.ShLl.,
4 O.U.HISMOA MKItl'IIAM.
A.1D DEALKn IX
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
II AIR, &c,
Under City National Bank.
IWII.t, tell In car-load lota at manufacturer
price., addliis Freight.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(.Siicceiiors to John II I'hIIII.)
And IlraliTS in
HAY, OHiN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, ate.
Agent! for LAFLIN ft RAND POWDER CO
Corner Tenth Street and Ohio
Z D Mnthu, E. C. Uhl.
MATHUSS & UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
G-a, Olaio Iiovoo.
E. J. Apr. 8. D, Ayr.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
From the following varieties of I'crut Duo
At 83 Per Doieti.
bark ami Light Ilnhmm llnl and rarttldff
Ooenlnat Ilrnwnand U'hlja Ltjboruti MoikUm
aid ?llrr Urty l)ork,ii
warrant on.-,,u 0f tiU doatn Ent le
HkTCii f t' du sol I will replace Uittu al f,
celiU r i"ta
bend ' ,mp fur elrtlar.
.4tt: ISAAC I'.SDE,
. . Marlboro, 8tl Jgunty, Obw.
WYWfl SLV iWk LUIffl lennv
Leading Journal of Southern
WIllfteadliKil oppoe the pollclei ol the
Iteputitlcin pirty, and refill to be tram-
mtlled Hid dictation ol anycllmio In the
Tt believes that the ItepuMlcan party h&a
rultllled Iti mlnlon, and that the Demo
cratic pirty aa nuw organ'zed "hould bo re
stored to power.
It believe tho Kidlcal tyranny that baa
for aiviral yca-a opprraied the South
hould be overthrown and the people of the
Southern State 1 permitted to control their
It bcHcvea that railroad corporation!
hou d be prohibited by leg'a'atlve enact
m nta Irom extorting antl un)ut y dn-crlra-Inatlmjln
their bunlncoi tramactiona with
It recognize! the equality of ail men be
fore the law.
It advocatei free comcerre tariff for
It advocate resumption of ipecle pay
ment, and honest payment of tbo public
It advocate- economy tn tho adminlitri-
tion ol public affair.
AS A NEWSPAPER
The llullctln will pul.ll.ili all the local news
rf Cairo, nnd a variety of Conimcrclkt, Po
litical, KortUn and General Neve, and en
deavor to please all tastes and interest all
Is a thirty-two column paper, (urnnhed to
subscriber for the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Poit'ge prepaid. It la the cheapest rarer
in the West, and Is a pleading Fireside
Visitor and Family Companion.
Cannot fall to see the unrivaled Induce
menta offered br The Bulletin In tbe way
of cheap and profitable advertisements.
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