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ASCAt.O.V LOl-OE, NO. 61.
Knlxht ot I'ythlas, iiit-rtsetery Ptl
lay ii Kht nt ImlMi.tit ten. in Odd
r'tllow' Hull 0 K. SLACK,
itt'vivniMi t ntmtv Vfi !
.JMhJ"0. I..,t fl.iUri.r It. . I.Lai,i.
'ww?3i! Unrt, imrU eury 'llMirxlit) iiiifht
'm' iitiijir.i.H.im-Vfii. in wrir mi cm
Coiiniii'ichl im-uuf, IiMwwii Math uikI f-nenlli
ItKtU, .luMNll lioSIMAN, X. U,
1AMO IINOAMPMKXT, I. O. O. r, Inn-Is
Win O.M-K.illoW' I lull on Hi llMtuirl IhlrU
Mt.-id) lueury Mi'jutli, nt hair-piut fiun
K LACK, C. 1'
ACAIIIO I.OI10K. NO. W7.A.F. A 31
I I. .1.1 .....nMittolcitlittl III .Mil
tonic Hull, cornir coiiiinrcl.il uue
' 'ua i:fhii uttn-t, on iue xua nd
louxifi jiuiiimy gi raui iiiwiuj
The I'urMi School was omcd on 3Ion
dy, Mirch 1 . Uui pupils will be le-i-tdu-d
nt y time, mi llio condition
nlrcaily puiilliiied. The iervlc;of l'ro
fc sor Krlck ImV" been eeurd for lntruc
it .ii In tlm O-rmin litiKU.iK I'ortlili n
ext u ch ie will b undo. 1'u I" wishing
tudy Herman on'y, w II come to the
school t t o'c oik . in.
Ciim.s .. (JanEiiT, Hector.
" I'rmli Hiiiljf
Mr. 1. I'ltZKcndd haJut received anil
!w on huIi; at hi "leu room a Ure Mock
f IIiikIMi ule, poru-r, JlemioMy brandy
tnd wine, nnd liquor, of all kind, which
to will dirliono of at rvu'onnble irlres
Tilly to.Scvfiit)-llvudOlnM per month.
AirenM w mtod everywhere. Teac'ioi, In
die, nt. ' to.. ci. No cnpltd or out
lay nqulrcd. Send 2l cent fur pontile on
oiilUt, to l. C. Wf.I.CIIWAM,
tl Irvln Htatlon. Union County, Ohio.
(in mill Her Hrr.
landlord ol ImUl- and boarding houc
will ll. ill It to lli' Ir mlai t (.!! to cjII upon
Sir C lump. So ''2 Kniirlh Ircrt, be
tween VT khli itm and liimiTcl d avcn
lit, inn) n-ieiuiu hcrtrrin br diliu hole)
and ImardliiK Iioum' wa-he hy the week
Ilcr wh.di'-altf prl es uie extinnely
ovT ic. per dozen. Kor piece work pr
arc a lollow.; Shi.e hlrt .mil c I
lar, 10c; p rtlu.cnS c; ock- fa-; two col
lat, f'c; tw . hiidkerchlcl, fc; verts 'JOc;
and a I itsritltfiiioit'j wear. 75c. p-r
dozen, LiilleV drec, i'l to M-;
-kirt 1 t '!)', ilr'fi 10 to l.V; two
pilr hum' f c: to co'Uifi to l c. Kor U
die pUIti clothe tl Kip r dozen; lor la-dif-line
r otli-, jl 'i" per .dozen; done
ilmiiptly, and promptly dellvtrcJ. I'a
Goo I Iii2le room on the up'cr floor at
the saml Cliutlc an lo had, wl h tioaid,
t the very lov rate nf 63 1 per mouth
Twoorthteo xiitlrmrn cm be nccom
mull eil ! h di) bnar.l. Ilotl-e on Wal
nut, between S Vt Iitli litid Kllilli. Apply
at tliUomrc. J.!Mlt.
fleorge l-ittnr lornerof Konrt'cnth and
Washing on aven'ie. will ft. n'nh he catu r.
jiery day to h pitron No. I inneli, be
Ieeii ihi hour of ten and twelve o'cl 'ck.
r'ic-h Milwaukee beer and frannt IUvan:i
lar to be had nt Ills I ir at all time.
.totlro of llriuotnl.
.S-htcht A L'lrleli bae iiuiovcd their
elicmlc I il)cn;' aid (leaving ctal.-Ililim.-i.t
Irom the corner of Kl htn nd
Coinm rii 1 to Wuhlnston Avenue,
between Ni th andTnth tr.cii. To me ft
th wi.ni. ortliel- m ny cut mcr. they
heve oidered ami Ii o J ut rec Ivnl from
E r po t ge lot ol thu tlncft dye ktufli,
ntid are now ready to attend to any order
In ihclr line. f-lm.
'llro of Itcinovnt.
Tt-c well known barber hop, corner
n tilth and C mnien lal, pre lib d ovr l.y
the popula artift, CS-or'e at. tnliouc, ha
rcmoMil one d or north on ' ommere al. in
the 0 and Central Hotel. The new bop I
Ii .go and comm dlou, and ttioiio wlilng
for any lilnij arti-tle in the way of f.ihlil in-aid-
hair cuitlng, -nioolh have, ct . will
do well to call at the Ursnd Ceiitial llarbtr
hop. 71 3-IS-t
Tho oldftandon S Mb ire-t, between
Co'nm r.dal av miiio an I Ohio Levee, 1 id
w.ii! leidy tn d aj kmdofwork In tlm
black-mil i tilt . m. kin .fan I rep il ring W'm;
on Itiilc-aml l)r.i. IJipi cU'nttHiitlon
given ti li'r -.lioLdn,', a 1 make my own
hi.n; I '.m nmke lli' in h nvy or light,
Ju l a- y.iu d Ire, lor you all know lli.it the
liouie in nlo hor nri the bn-t. 'n'l round
mid iniill e tog ve ynii-ail-liietinn,
7 t-i-i 1 -1 in- iiiKii. IIunu:i.z.
IMiiiiii unit Oriui Tuning;.
Mr. M. Ku'ine dca rr n to .iy th it be 1h
ready hi r eel u rd 'i lur 11 no a d Or
gan tuning, and rupa ring niui c.il :tlU
mo t. Orib r may bo lint ut thu coiner oi
Thhtei nth and Walni t a net, or I. o.
Ito (HJ I, and will receive prompt ait- ut on.
AVIiencoTlil (Jreul Coinniotloii
the cnttmry iliroiiti. among llio Alceh lie
111 t-r monger? They htm I igh.nc at an
innoviit on on tliolf priillcge of m iking
drti' ka da ' tlm lc' A ompe It r Im
come Into the del I with which limy sannot
contuu i. I)rf. J Wai.keii'8 Oamfihima
Vl'i(HU HtTTKlts, tuo iliid lled eell 'e
of tho mot cflieacioiu i Bc'ab'e tonic and
alter tttv I In tli w rd, U driving all thu
rllbb trn noi'rutni ol Khu Alciiiol t i the
w 11. Tiioro l in dl'Oa-o, Intornal or ex
tern d, In which It U not ben tlcially admin
Intertill. 3-17-d & w-lw.
The abovo saloon, corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, 1 fixed up In
U od stylo nlry and comfortable. Ever;
bundiy morning you wdl find spread No.
1 bit ch and a gl i'b or Milwaukee lager
beer, which oa-i't be beat, and theio In not
onychitis?, lb hied tt.o U ir you will tlud
the le t kind of I.lquor and Clgnrn, mid
my delro h t give every ono of ray citato
tnem who putronlzo me, untlnfactlon.
C .ll round I FrtED. Hofhkinz.
Iluy your Field and tlardonSecdatNow
Voik Store. Tlm dhy and t'lovor Seed, On
ion Setts Early Itoso 8nod lotatoo, Oats,
Bweot Corn. Ilunsarlan Seed, ltus'ott To
tatoei, I'eaa by tho quart, Hod Top, Cast
andStoal Flows, r-loy Unmet. full
lines and prlcs guarantead low,
8-HO-lOt, 0BA6, 0. PATIBlt & CO.
FKIDAV, MAKUII 20, 1875.
F.DitoK Svm riMe announce .IOIIN' II.
I'llll. MS sn m CdtiillilitiL- Tur Muyur of i lm, nt
lueiiiAuuig iniiiiicipni rieciiuu.
Janunry ii, 175. .Mamy ClilitNl.
For City Clerk.
Knuon Ili'Ltr.ti.f: l'lei announce menu
canUiOutu lur ie-tlcliou l Hit ouiccof city
i-liik, hi tiuuluclirtrtfr fl'.tlu,
l'mion Iicllltim : I'lf.i- announce me a
C B iluale lurlliroillcvurtliy .lerk, Ml IliV u
ii 1 if luuulclpul iieoliuii.
WM. FltENCII AXLUV.
We are authorized to announce .IOIIN C.
UlllTb. a, it otuOidute far .IUeruiuu f tl.r
I.ornl H'nitlier Ill-port.
Caiiio, 111., MircliSS, KS.
IIaii. Tin. I Wixu. I VtU I
Wixn. I Vcu I Whatiikh
I II m.
3if I U I 3 K. I Hi
3i4t hi' S. , a I
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THOMA4 JU.ShS, herl. a' ., U. a. A.
Mr. I'. ritzomlil Is iiidn tliu Imppy
fiillit-rolii llnulioy, wlilcli arrived yustcr
ilay iiioruiti nt iiinu o'clock.
Thrrn will Im! M.-rvlwHtit tin; Ormnn
I.iitlit r.iu uluircli. on Tliirtuctitli etnet,
nt 10 n. in. to-day. imil pr.iycr iiiuvtlunt
J::!0 p. in.
I liolro Aiile.
ncclcviil till day. 2(W li.irnd of elio're
applet, which will Ik' olil nt ruusiiiinblf
prices to the tr.nli;. Ht'i.ti.v .t Wti.so.v,
IW'WI. No. 123 (Jlilo l.i vcu.
Mwr. Garvoy & llro. tire nlxmt Jin-
l-lilnr tluir IdowalV eontmtt with the
city, by tin' completion of the hlirli Mile-
walk on the comer of I cnth mid Ij'vw.
They have (low their wot k In a work
While little Dan Kltzenild. -on of Mr.
, Kil.enild. wa tiikinjr a ride yi-ter-
day evening, the hore1'came frlliten-
eil mnl threw him oil", ill'loenthi'' hi-
Mioulder. Dr. V. K. Suiilh wa im
niiilinti ly called In. and did for the lit
tle MiH'crur all that could be done.
(inn For SiiIr.
A "plctiilid liot-t'iui for f.ile, clieap
Enquire ut the tiew-room, Hui.lktin
Yolcnl.iy wn. the birthday of Mls M.
AtibiTV, and many of her K;holar. wMi
ln? to how their g-onil-wlll and apprecia
tion of her a a tinchvr, pn-scitteil her
with tokens of esteem, some of which
are vild to be very prettr.
We learn that Mrs. Watt, who read at
the Pre'byteriau church lait Tiiewlay
c-vt'iiltijr. will favor I lie cltlen. of thl
clty to-night nt the Methndl-l
church with mi entertainment ol
the fame character. Thl lady has ai-M-nnil
licfore lar;e audience in many
iar'e title, and ha jpdned lor hcrielf u
most enviable reputation, ami should
be "rcctwl bv n lull hou-e to-nl'dit.
(In ii llciKler.
Two darkle4 came to town yesterday,
and leclln (dated over the paau' ot
the civil right bill, got on :i bender.
They remained In town Ion-,' enough to
"do" the city, mid then started lor home
behind a (cum ot fraction mule-. When
In the neighborhood of St. Mary'.i park,
the mules tumbled them out, ran away,
and the darkle were compelled to walk
The 'pellln match given by the ladle1.
of the I're-ibyterian church, ut the church
la-t night, was a very Mieeesiful itndcr
takin'. The hmuu w.n well tilled, and
tlie contest very interesting. In to-mor-
row's l-mo ol the Isoi.i.v.n.v, we Miall
endeavor to enlighten (Iumu of our read
er who wei! not present, as to who and
how tlie laurels were won.
While Mr. Ja. Wln-toiiaud Mr. Solo
mon were riding down Commercial ave
nue ycitcrday evening, behind Mr. Whit
ton's splendid young hore, the horc be
came frightened nt something, near the
corner of Eighteenth street, and ran
away, throwing tliein both out of the
buggy, but fortunately neither were In
jured. Tho horse was brought to i hall
at tho comer of Twellth street ouiewhat
cilmed down by this exhibition of his
speed, which Is said to havo betn good
on this occasion.
Mr. Lawrence lloren. clerk of Mrsr&.
Hess & Chapman, of Eorman, was In
the city yesterday on business of thotlrm.
Mr. John II. Fleming, late of t lit
city. Is now telegraph operator at Dav
Mr. Jcromo McGnttlcy says ho will
under no circumstances bn a candidate
for re-election to tho olllce of Alderman,
which he lias bo satisfactorily tilled dur
ing (lie past year.
Mr. James Barrett, who for several
weeks past has been conlliicd to his room,
lb again to Im seen on tho street.
On last Wednesday night, a man vUU
cdn negro bawdy homo In tho lower part
ol town, commonly called tho Hat-top.
W hen ho went Into the house, ho claims
that he was tho possessor of n considera
ble amount of money, but when ho made
hU exit from the place, ho was just thirty
live dollars less in riches. He Informed
Deputy Sherlirs Shechan and Bllllngshy
of his misfortune, and says that the par
ties who stolo the money wero women of
the house, and llmt they also took frcra
him a watoh, but returr.e 1 it to him upon
being threatened with exposure, but tho
money they kept. Tho otllccrs st onco
ict to work to catch the robbers, but
fount! upon Inquiry tint the woman who
It supposed to have tho money, left yes
terday morning on one of thu ferry-boat?
for parts unknown. They Intended to fol
low by the 'miio route ycti;rday morn
ing, and have hopes ot bagging their
'1 here will lie u regular con
vention of Anculon lodge No. til.
Knight" of l'ythhrs. held ut their
C'ntlu Hull this (i'ild..y) even
ing nt 7:30 o'clo'-i,-, Work In l'nge Kiink,
and Drill. V . r Kulglit.s corc'lally
invited to uO . ... Will K. Haw kiss,
ii. or li. &. a.
Tor City Clcrli.
By reference to our mniouuccnicnt col
umn it Will be teen that Mr. Will IC.
Hawkins declares hhiHcIf n candidate for
re-election to tlie olllce of City Clerk, at
the ensuing city election. Will Is so well
known us mi upright, honest and ellleient
young man, and has filled the olllce to
which lie Keeks it re-election with such
ability, that any wordsof commendation
from us would but seem iiicrlluous.
The man that heat him will be the next
Bear hi mind that the Eastor-.Moml.iy
ball will be given under the mtpiees ol
the Cairo Turner society. The general
managers are William Alba, IM Under
and Charles Sehoi'iuueyer. They have
neeurcd Washington Hall, hired tlie best
cotillion muic to lie had in Cairo, mid
have arranged for tlie spreading of nu el
egant and iihttiidjut supix-r. The whole
Turner society, which embraces 7." or 100
otour moH repectahle German clti.eii'.
I Interested, mid our (teople have long
s'ticii learned tint the Turners penult no
failure. They have reolved that their
F2.iter-Monday ball shall be one of tlie
larget a-iil mot enjoyable re-unloiis ever
seen in Cairo, mid lor the "crowning
ilury" of their ell'ortt', see next Monday
A few days ago. several hoys wishing
to haven little port at tlie expense of
the Cairo and Vlueennes railroad coin
p.Miy. hoarded a freight car standing on a
!de-irack in tlie tipcrpart of town, mid
let oil the btake. mid tlie ear run to
within n few feet of the end of the track,
vhleh has not yet lieeu completed.
'heii they were tired of their sport, (hey
ieft the csir. and neglected to vt (lie
mike us before, niid when miother (sir
was switched on to the fame track, it
ran down, and -tricking the other one.
cut the two tnuks ne-irest tho cud oil'
Into the soil clay, tearing up the rails til-
placing the tie-, etc. Atnl now four men
are busily engaged in letting thu thing
East Wednc'diy night, two men went
to (he hardware cshibll.-hment of Mr.
Henry, on Couimercial avenue, and one
of (hem asked tho elerli whether the v
kept step ladders for sale. Upon being
informed tliat they h id the article, lie ex
preyed a desire to look at them, saying
that be wl-hed to pureh.i-e a pair. The
clerk look him lo tlie rear end of the
building ami showed him the variou
kinds of ladder-, the companion of the
.'entleuian remaining In (he front of the
store. .Some live or ten minutes were oc
cupied in endeavoring to make a .-ale, but
the steps were not -uitable, and the two
left the hou-c. After tlie twain had dis
appeared, the clerk. In glancing over a
number of artiele lying near, made the
dUeovery that a box, containing six line
pistol, was missing. OilLvr Shcchau
was Informed of tin- transaction and made
a search for tlie suppo-cil light-lingered
gentlemen, but up to last evening had
not found them.
The Coniily Jiill.
YcMcn'my morning a reporter of the
Bulletin stepped into Slierill" lrvin's of
lice in tlie Jill building, where Jailor
Fitzgerald wa bii-ily at work straight
ening up tlie taxes ofu gentlem in. Wlr-m
iie was at leisure, he Imparted the billow
ing information In regard to the prisoners
now eoullued within the wal s of the
county Jail: tlie uutiib.T of prK-iucrs
now under his charge Is sixteen, thirteen
ol whom will he tried at tlie next term
of (heclrcult court; two are now serving
out their sentences, and will bo discharg
ed In a lew d iys. Of the thirteen for trial.
one Is charged with murder, three for
larceny and burglary, one lor assault
to murder, nhiu for larceny, anil William
Gnpton, charged with the murder of An
drew Iwhbach, in this city a year ago,
wlio ha taken a chaugeof venue to John-
sou county, and who-o trial will take place
nt the next term of the circuit court of
that county. Jailor Fitzgerald says his
wards are nil very orderly and peace
(Jencriil I (ems,
Ask Jim Johnson how lie likes Dr.
Dunning' prescription us far as ho has
Carpenters are luiMly engaged hi re
pairing tho business house of Mr. Tho?.
J. Kei th on Commercial avenue, lately
Tlie slpo water still Is gradually rls
lug, but now that the Ohio Is falling it
will no doubt be, In n few days, "one of
tlie things (hut were."
csteribiy was ono of tho most
sprlng-liko days of tho season, and wo
noticed many of tho loafers sunning
themselves on the street corners.
Tho new awnings In front of tho
Grand Central hotel, and In front of tho
new buildings of Mr. V. ltesch on
Eighth street aro not only useful but or
namental. Many of our citizens, yesterday, im
proved (ho sunny day by trimming up
their shado trees. Mr. Steele, corner of
11th and Washington, had tho beautiful
elms In trout of his residence pruned hi
nn artistic manner.
A number ol residents of tho city,
yesterday, began preparing their gardens,
lots being cleared of the last year's old
growth, and spades were in many places
trumps. This Is right; nothing so ranch
beautifies a city ni ulco ganWn walks,
I flowers, etc.
A OnrkcyN Adventure on the North.
Tho lodowlng hi'.ldent was Imparted to
us by u well known gentleman of this
city, who wastineyo witness to the whole
transaction t A few days ago a certain
'man and bnther" concluded that, as
the civil rights bill was mi established
fact, ho would try lbs practical working.
Ho was ii passenger on tho packet henco
to Hickman, en route to Nashville, Ten
nessee. To say that ho was well dressed
would hardly describe his appearance.
He was fearfully and gorgeously gotten
up In broad cloth, diamonds decorating
hi manly breast, hi hands, In one of
which he carried o gold-headed cane,
Incased in elegantly tilted lavender
kids, while his curly locks were
covered by an splendid tile of the;iates(
and most "nobby" style, and hi feet
wero decorated by mi elegantly lilting
pair of leather trunk.
Upon his arrival nt Hickman he con
eluded to take his entertainment ut the
i'iauter.s' hotel, which he dld-uuder
protest In the kitchen. Next morning
h took a seat lu a llrst clas car on the
Northwestern railroad, where no objec
tions were entered, u he happened to be
(he only occupant. Jut before tho train
reached Jack-on he Inquired of the train
boy nbout breakfast, which, he was In
formed, would he taken nt Jackon. L'p
to this time our hero's progress had bei n
ple.i-aiit mid serene, (with the exception
of the entertainment in the kitchen nt
Ilickui in,) but now his troubles began in
earnest. Tho porter suggested that he
had better not undertake to
get his breakfast at (he
dining room of the hotel,
but he concluded otherwise, mid o step
P'd in toget It. A gr.vit many trains
m ike connections at Jackson, and the
iliuiug-ro mi is sehl i n emptv, but upon
this particular ocea-lou a crowded din
ing-room met his gaze; nbout the
only vacant clialrw.isne.tr (hi! head of the
table, in whleli lie undertook to seat him
self.hut before he had It drawn from under
the table, the gentlem in next to him
quietly "lifted" him on the too ol his hoot.
pased 1 tli it on to ids uett neighbor, who
did the ame, mid so, on and on, until he
had made the tour of that long dining-
room, down one sldj and up the other,
until herciehislthcplaceof lilsentranc'.
at which he m nl.' his exit lu a t'cariVy
demor.ill7."d erudition. A the train by
tills time was about ready to leave, ho
miutloned to (he conductor that h need
not wait for him, a tho doctor had told
him he would not be able to tlx him up in
less than two hours, but that ho would bo
up on the cattle train, which ho was sor
ry he did not wait for at Hickman.
To lioSotil for Charge.
I w'li t-c I .n the -ith day ot April
no my wlmrf-bnat, the t llo.lng :
13 ri v IIiwi S'h;' M'lc'iliien.
.'I Trunk ml a lot of I'l.in lor.
T' e aanic ha remained over one vcarun-
cilte ! (r and Ut be sold lor charges.
"9-j.iO-lm. .1. M. 1'nti.Lies.
linn Copy )
Ah f'liciip ii ttio t'hciipf!.
Al the Nd' Harness mid Saddle Flinp
No. lol commercial Avenue, (old Auction
ll.'iie) jou en i ttiiy all joii want, from a
Ine llarne t'own to a hniie strip, as
ch'-iip a ut any oincr point. No use m w ot
color to St. Louis or my otl cr place for
g oils ir our line. Call aid ie?U.
103-23 aw. E. u. Akin & Co.
Steamer I'nt Cleburne. Evansvllle.
Future City and barge, St. L.
" Oniric Bodmaun, Cincinnati.
" All'. Steven-, St. I.ouis.
" Kittle Hegler, Cincinnati.
" Colorado. St. I.oul.
" City of Alton, New Orleans.
" Charles Brown mid tow, St. E.
" St. Joseph, MemphU.
Steamer I'.it Cleburne, Evansvllle.
Future City mid barges St. L.
" Charles- Bodinann, N. O.
" Alt'. Steven, Owensburg.
" Klttlo Hegler. South.
" City ot Alton. St. I.ouis.
" St. Joseph, St. I.ouis.
ntvr.n. uustNuss and wkatui'.k.
Tho river U still reo.-diug at u slow
rate, having fallen ouo inch since lat re
port, with lo-iy-fur leit two inches
on tho gauge. The MIssisip,il is coin
ing up slowly at St. Louis. All ol tlie
tributaries ol tho Ohio aro receding
rapidly, mid tlin-e who anticipate an
overflow may allay their fears, as tho
danger i. past. Weather yesterday was
warm, and alternately clear awl cloudy,
with a light rain in the afternoon, and in
dication of more at tills writing (3 p. in. J
Business is unusually quiet.
The Evmisvlllo packet brought In
n fair lot of freight and people, and re
lumed with tho Usual light up-stream
Tho Bodinann passed down well loaded
whh lrclght, and u fair list of passen
gers. Tho Kttlie Hegler Is to run In tho Ar
kansas river trade. George Grey mid Ed.
Trunell aro her pilots.
All hone of raising llio Mary Alico
has neatly departed, and Capt. Dugmt Is
about to give her up.
Tho Vint Slilnklo o:i hor last trip up
Injured oueof her engines and finished the
trip with ono wheel.
Tho dry docks at Memphis nro (o be
towed to (III port In a few days by Capt.
Hmnblcton, their owner.
Capi. Henry Lowrlo is after another
lowboat to take tho plaeo of tho Bab
bage. WAIlPU'AIITMKNr, HlVm ItKI-OMT, I
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0 t fi 10
Joe Honoker Is now In full control ol
the Wathlnifton bikciy, ami having learn
ed the wants of tho public. Ii prepared to
ill ply on call u 1 demand fur Kruiiuh loaf,
110-ton, Drown mid (Iraliuui dread, nml
everything t le ordinarily loom) In a llrsl-clan-Ink
ry. He inahiuln a fultov.kol
conlectionerles, nud can, as well m any
other dealer In the city, fill all ordcra lu
that line, Cakes baked, 'rotcd or orna
mooted on short notice. Hpei-la (attention
given to the orders of wedding or picnic
parties. 0 12-tf.
Illc nclilng mnl Trliiiinlnc;.
Mr.', .i. ni. Wllllaiifon wl hestoannounce
to the pul.'M.i mi l her old i iitroni tint she
Is prepared to bleach, press and shape hats
In tho very latest style, at thu low price ol
75 cents each. Her personal attention will
he (.iven to trimming hats mid bonnets,
l'rlce 25 to 5) cent, ltesblencc on Wash
ington avenue, Intwtui Eighth and N.i.th
street. Any young Udydeslilng to Icaui
tho budncst may apply to ma.
3- b-Ct. Mim. Sau Williamson.
Sp'cudld line of rfprln I'rln!, now open.
Ato lull line -fEidic' aril Gent's she,
at Eutvrn uicey,bo h nt wliolettdd aud
retail at Nr.W YuUK stouk.
Propnunli tor Until lit); Conl.
The Cairo City Clas Co. would like
sealed proposals for unloading and haul
ing from twenty to forty thousand huh
els of Coal from boats on Ohio river to
tho Oas Works. Bids will be received at
(heollhe ofUasCo.. No. 182 Commer
cial Avenue, until 12 M., Saturday,
March 27(h. Parties to furuMi llu s.
pump, and take care of boat while un
loading, mid bo respoiiihle for all dam
age to Boat aud Coal caused by neglect,
or mismanagement while unloading, and
furnish bond for faithful performance ol
same. II. T. Guiioi'LD.
March 21,167.-. 3-21-21
FKCENIX HAIR DKKSSINO SALOON.
Illinois Central Itiillroiul.
1S7.I. i GOOD FOIl TUB VEAU
Knllronil I'nss to t'lileairn nml Itctiirn.
The holder o( this piss ll entitle I to one
llrst- las pjs e,'c to ( ll cag and rc'urn on
lio--ei.ui.-k ot on foot, providing I e ilels bis
hair cut by F. Tueobnld Elgntli sir et, be-
ween Conuncrcial u I Washington ave
nue. Ticket otitic al r. luto.iulcl s tmrncr
sh p, Cairo .Illinois. ls-S-SMf.
I'oslllvc Cure For Itlicnmntlsm
fornlo at the drug store nt M.J. UcUaulcy,
between El lite nth and Nineteenth atreets
on Oi-rnmerctal avenuu. 313
Ttro-llonie SVngon For Stole.
A ne wagon lor sale ut t bargain.
(f. ply nt the UULt.UTi com ting-room.
loom ! llo i in t !
Four rooni3 for rent two furnished,
and two unfiimiohod over Bobbin inu-
slo store, on Commercial avenue. En
quire or Taber Bros., Mi Commercial
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Happy llellcrfor 011117 .Men from the
rOeeU of Krror anil A life In aily tile. JIuu
IickhI rolornt imiKsllinenl to .MurrlK i-
inovetl, Saw me'nxt of tmitment Neivuntl
remjrkuble mneitlrs. ll.ulsn.l circulars seut
flee, In sealetl envrlojiei. Aililrcdi, ltUWAItl)
ASSOCIATION, 410 N Ninth atrnt, t'lillailel
nhiu, l'a , un Institution Imvlng 11 hlxh repubi
tlon for honorable conduct ami .rulVnlunul
CO.M.MISSIO.V Mi:i(l'llA. IN.
ASU DEALER IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
Under City Nntionnl Bank.
T W I I.I, fell In rar-loail low at maniifaf turvra
X prirea, tuition; 1 n-Ulit.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
(fiucrrsor to-John II riilUm)
Anl Hr.iltra in
IIAY, ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc
Agenti for LAFLIN & BAND roWDEB CO
ICornor Tenth Stroet and Ohio
7.. II. Mathuit. E. C. Ulil.
MATHUSS tfc UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, IIAY AND
G4 Olxio Xjo-47-oo.
K. J. Ayrrs. 8. D. Ayrcs.
AYRES & CO.,
ijiuiluli ipt cuy cure 01 scininai ruiui,
' Lost Manhood nnd all illttirUtrj Itroiulii
on by indliciYtlon or auxi
Dr. B. ID ".TON A CO..
Ciino, III., Thuusday Evr.xiso.l
-March 2'th, lsio.
AnertwoorJhreudays very pW.ant
weather In which the mud In tlie streets
has had time to chance to dust, we nre
this evening once more lu the enjoyment
of a prospective rain.
The rivers have been fulling- slowly for
a day or two, but the rain, If It Is exten
sive, will check the decline.
We note a steady and active market In
com, oati, hay, Hour and meal, with
mall stocks of each. Provision? nre
.steady, firm and scarce. Ilruti H firm at
$23 in .mall lots.
Tho market Is glutted with butter and
egji. tho demand light and prices steady.
Chickens scarce and wanted. The mar
ket has been bare for several days. Ap
ples nre moderately nctlve, and only In
limited supply. Oranges nud lemons nro
plenty and easy. Potatoes arc In fair de
mand and scarce. Tonagc Is plenty and
rates steady and unchanged.
SQr-Our Iriends should boar in mind
that the prices hero given are usually lor
sale trom llrst hands lu round lots. In
flJIhig orders and for broken lots It Is nec
essary to charge an advance over these
The supply Is scarcely equal to the de
maud and prices nre llrm all round, nnd
advanced on low and medium grades.
We note sales of; WO barrel, SKfyi: 300
barrel. CO; 100 barrels nt the mill.
$1 05; 3U0 barrel. $1 255 75: 200 XXX
spring, $1 70; 20JXXXX winter, $5 25.
II A V.
IJecelpts fall hort of the demand anil
prices are steady and llrm. Wo note
sales of 2 ears choice mixed delivered.
$20; 2 ears over ripe thnothv delivered,
S20; 2 ears choice timothy delivered. $21;
I car gilt edge timothy delivered S22; f
cirs good mixed delivered $20.
The demand Is active and prices are
advancing and still'. Iteeclpts are verv
light and there Is no surplus of either
white or mixed In the market. Sales
were 100 sacks choice white delivered,
7Se; 500 sacks choice white delivered. 78c;
2 Kirs Xo. 2 mixed In sacks delivered, 70e;
2 cars No. 2 white in tacks delivered, 78c;
1 ear Xo. 2 white In sacks delivered. 78c;
2 ears Xo. 2 mixed In sacks delivered, 7Ce;
lears Xo. 2 mixed in saekx delivered, 77c;
1 cars Xo.2 white hi sacks delivered, 78c;
3 cars Xo. 2 mixed lu hulk on track. COo;
3 airs Xo. 2 mixed In bulk on track, 70c;
Supplies have been short of the demand
all tho week and prices havo moved up a
little, cloJing llrm ntG&SWc to-day. Sales
wero 1 car No. 1 black hi sacks delivered
C5c; 5 cars No. 2 mixed hi sacks delivered
OGo; 3carsXo. 2 mixed 111 sacks delivered
OGc; 10 cars Xo. mixed in bulk on track
Tho demand to-d ly has tncrea'ed and
prices show a tendancy to advance. Tho
supply was hardly cinial to the demand.
Wu note sales of 400 barrels steam dried
53 CO; 100 barrels steam dried S3 Co.
1 lie demand is lair and prices nre
firmer quoted $23 to-day. Wo note
sales of 150 Kicks delivered 523; 1 car In
sacks delivered sold earlv S22.
Tho market Is overstocked and dull.
rrices are uneuaugeit, nut uoiuera are
willing to make concessions to effect
largo sales. Transactions consists of 500
pounds choice Northern roll, 22e; 1200
pounds choice Northern packed, 20e; 300
pounds choice Southern Illinois roll, IS?)
21c; 100 pounds choice roll, 20; 0 tubs
choice Northern packed, 25c.
Tho market Is glutted, dull and declin
ing. We note sales of 200 dozen, 15c; 500
do.en, 1 i15c; 300 rioicii, 15o; 5J0 rioicu,
The market I hare. Prices are quoted
$3 50Q1 for choice hens, aud $2 753 25
mixed. There Is considerable Inquiry,
but no receipts. We have no sales to re
The supply Is limited and demand fair.
Sales were 40 barrels choice SlWiVl 25; 50
barrels mixed, common, $2 25; 70 barrels
mixed varieties $2 503.
LEMONS AND OltAXGES.
The market U well supplied and de
mand light. Sales were 10 boxes lemons
$7; 10 boxes oranges $5; 10 boxes oranges
$5; o boxes lemon- $7.
lleceipts nre Unlit and die supply small.
Tlio demand is moderately active and
prices steady and firm. Wu note sales of
barrels pi null blows $3; 10J barrels
peach blows 3; CO barrels pink eyes $3;
10 J buhcls In sacks
The supply is Hu'ht and transactions
small. Pi ice rule steady aud unchanged
since our lat report.
Conectnl Dally by K. M. Strnrm, commlnlon
niertiiai.i, nrorvuiiy hi mu .uno uoaiti 01
Llini. Annllnr. In irm.ltf tti twn frf1
Corn, mixed, tiikrtlM M 7ttj5o
I'nni. u-ltilt.. ktirktU. Id.7?t!
outs, mlxtil - (note
linin, ist 1011 uJ3iu
MriI. .iniu tlrlwl hi r
liiiltcr, cnoir .Minnern roil y-f'Kj
lli.llu rlinlrA .simttili Illliinla . ...
l-KK'i I'rrunicii (,vll
( hicUits, pvrtlozcn (3 SOTj3 "J
ApplM, rholce, prr btml ... tS 0043 10
Aiinlfa. eoinmou, ntr barrel- ..X Q oo
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Oal-jna, iter uarvtl ' i" uo
Pro. Fowlor's Great Work
THEIR MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
Lots: Its Laws, rowers, Ac,
oUmt bok, AJtlrti Kttonl .IUIUhlBf Co.,
gdiadelhla, ra,, Cbkio, Ills., OTil.tonl; .
AOEXra are telling from IS to H coplM a
iXnt, Hvmt lor .iieclmi-n rg and wriif.
Leading Journal of Southern
Will stcadlastty oppose the policies of the
ItcpuMlcsn party, and refum to be tram
melled otlio dictation ol any clique lathe
It believes that the Itcpubllean party baa
fuldllcd Its raiielon, and that the Demo
cratic party as now organized ihoulu be re
stored to power.
It believes the lladlcal tyranny that hat
for several years oppressed the Pouth
should be overthrown and the people ct me
Southern States permitted to control their
It boUevet that railroad corporation
should be prohibited by legislative rcact
mtnts from extorttoz and unjustly discrim
inating In their business transactions with
It recognizes the equality of all mtn be
fore tho law.
It advocates free commerce tariff for
It advocates resumption of specie pay
ment, and honest payment of tho public
it advocates economy in the adnlnlstrav
tlon ol public affairs.
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