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AI,l:A.N);u I.OIKIK, NO 221
L. lnilc'n.int Order of Odd-lil
'-SSiKMt' iiiwi every inurMiiiy IiIkm
..mi.- i nan-pni m-icii, ill ineir inn on
I (iliinicri-l.il nuiiiii-, Lrtnitii hlMh ulul Seventh
" .loui 11 uossman, .n. (i
I l.Wllil I.NCAMr.MllNT, ( ). U.
win wnn-n Hows' Hull uiilho lint ami third
mi-- i.i) in every month, nt hiill'init stun.
C K m.aih.C. 1
A I'Mltft l.l lllfil VM M1 4 t- t. t ff
Hold nvulnr mniniiinlentlinit In .Ma
Vj home I irtl I . norner Ciiiuiin'ivkil ntrnui'
. .?"''. liClilli uliwt, 'in Hit! amend Hiid
leiirm Jiunna) nl inch luunth.
I'itrlntl Nl tlotll
Ilic I'arlsli School was opdiftl on Mon
lUy, March lt. lint implls will lio re
cchvil nt any time, on tin; conditions
already published. Tlioscnlrnof Vro
Ic ior Krlrk linva been rcctirjd for instrtie
II ii In tho (li ninti l.mgtingp. l or tlili an
i .tra rli iTgp MlHbo undo. l'uids v 1 1 1 1 1 1 k
Us'iidy Herman only, will conic ti tho
school it I o'c'ock p. tn.
ClUUI.KX A. (itt.UBIlT, Ituctor.
.Mr. I'. I'ltgprsM bnsjnst rsscclved and
!ia on sale, nt !ili wdes room, a largo Hock
it J-'n-'lUli alf, iwjrtor, llonncany brandy
mil nines, nml Ibittoroof all kinds, which
t.c will dispose of at reasonable prices.
I jffy to Sovcntj-tlvo dollars per month
Agents '.vjnltil everywhere. Tcnehcis, l.v
'Irp, K'nts, iU'., olc. No oaplUl or out'
lay rcitiitcil. bond SJ cents for pontige on
ot.tllt, to I). C. WribCIIMAN,
tl I r in Station. Union County, Ohio,
llo mill N'i Hit.
I in tlords cjI hotels and bonnllng boiics
nlll builii to their advantage to pall ujton
Mrs ( leman, St 12 Fourth street, be
Itunn vVi Illusion and Uoimnorcial aveti'
s:., and t.ccitnln tier terms for dolnj lintel
i.u I boarding house whc by tho week.
Her shbsnlo prl'cn arc extremely
Ij.i-T i. per dozen, l'or plec work pr'cc
aro ,n lolloiv: single shirt and cd
lar, 1 p r dozen 91; -ocks 8e; two col-
l.its, Cr.two handkerchief, be; vests Me;
acl a I senUemen 4 wear, 75c. per
tl .f n. I.adlW tlmtet, S to fAr;
U.rfil) t SO; tlrwn 10 to lie; two
I a! ii ' r.j two tivlktrsA to We. Kor U-
i ' 'in i-lotiies ft 00 pr dozen; lor la
! tki" r'othii, 11 jr doxen; doflc
ilr i.Miy, and proniptlr UfHserol. I'a
t. . ,i.c fi'i Itvd.
Hutu ( Cli.irli"..
doll f.njle roomi on Ihc upper floor at
- 1 i!nt ( liailes can b had, with hoard,
ttlicv rylowratof $) per iiMtith
Tv. u or three ontlrmrn can to aeconi
nrtlatcd with dy hsard. lloll-o on Wnl
niit, between Seventh nnd Klghth. Apjily
at UiIoni c. S0-S-2-6I.
(ic r Iiitinertonieron'ourtentliand
A a!t,n?lon avctine. will fi.niWi liercallvr,
)cry day to hit pirou a Ko, 1 lunch, bo
ti Ilic hour of leu and twolrc o'clock.
Krch Milwaukee beor and frairrunt llavani
.3 to : had at hi I ir at all tlm4.
.otlr nt Ill'llKii ill.
K hi. lit .t Ulik-h have riimncil their
chemlcil dyeing and cIcanfliiK' ulal.
i. hu-ct idpi tho corner of KWhth and
Cuiu.nrlil to AVnliliiKton Avenue,
l.-twc u Ninth and Tenth MrtuK Tomeet
the want of their in my ciidtoiiuT. they
1 cm' -ir l'T-d and huo Jflut received from
I, r J enlarge lot ol the nnel dye tulD,
a-nl .ire now rcaOy to attend to auy ordnr
In 'lit ';ii". 3't.SlMm.
Nlllll'C lf tll'IIKIMlI.
Thu well known barber ihop, corner
1. i,lil!i and C mmiT' lal, proldf d ov. r by
tho lop-da arlUt, (ieorge Stelnhomo, !
rcmovrd one d'-or north on l oimnercinl, in
ths (Srand Central Hotel. The new shop it
lai'o and tjiiiiioilloii, nnd thoe wlhiiiK
f.r atiy'hin' art4tic in tho way of frthlnu
abb hairrattliiK, ftnooth have, ct"., lll
d i well t ) call nt the (irand Conlral Ilarber
The old tand on Sixth ktroet, between
fomui'r lal avunuc and Ohio Levcc, U ab
way rculy to do any k'lid of work In the
l.lai-kxnitli line, in ikln and repairing Wag
on", llugs'c and l)r.iy. r.pccia' attention
given 1 1 hor'.'.shoelii'i, ai 1 make my own
tlioe; I ean make them lray or light,
Ju.-t ai yju de'lre, lor you all know th.it tho
honv inulo thocd are the but Call round
and I am mto to givo yo.itlfactlon.
Tl-l-ll-lm. l'lil'.n. llOl'liniN.
IMauo ami (Iritnn 'I nning.
Mr. M. Kuhuc des'Tcs uw to i-.'iy til it ho U
ready to r.-celve order for l'hno mid Or
gan tuiiln;;, and repairing mimical instru
ment.', Order may bo lolt at tho corner ot
Thirteenth and Walnut f'.rcets or 1. o.
Ilov (it'll, and will receive prompt a'tent'on,
Wlti'iirr TIiIm (treat Ciiiiiuiot lull
the country through, amunglho Alcolnlli
Hitter mongers!1 Theystind ighat at nn
tnnovat on on their prlillego of making
drunkard ol tho sick. A eonipctit.r Iiih
como into the Held with which thoy cannot
eontcnJ. Dr. .1. Wai.kkii'm Cauii'ouma
ViNKfi.m llirrr.Urf, tho tindollled o.'sriice
ol tho most cfllcadoui vegotable tonlci timl
nlter-illve In tin w.tUI, U di-Mng H tho
Hlll-liDrn nostruniH ol Kin; Alcohol It tho
wall. There Is no dUcao, internal or ox-icrn-il,
In whieh It U not boncllclally admin
Idcreil. !l-17-il .t w-liv.
Tlie abovo saloan, corner of Klghlh otrcct
and Cotm.ierclal avontio, U tlxed up In
g oil stylo airy and comfortable. Kvcr,'
Sunday morning you will llnd tprend a No,
ILuiclianda gli of Milwaukee lager-' will be one of Interest, consisting of slug
beer, which ctu.'t bo beat, ami there Is not , ing, select reading anil spelling. T'hcio
any change. Hidilnd tl:o liar you will Hud
tlio li st kind of Liquors nml Clears, nnd
my deslro Is ti give every nno of my custo
mer who patrolilza me, satisfaction.
(Jdl round I 1Tu:i. IIoi iikin.
Iluy your Field ami Onrdcn fjocdi at Now
Yoik Store. Tlinathy nnd Clovor Seed, On
ion Setts, Karly Itoso Seed Potatoes, Oats,
Sweet Corn, Hungarian Seod, ltusott l'o
tatoci, l'cas by tho minrt, Itod Top, Cast
and Steel l'lowo, Flow Harncsj ,;'.v, Jull
lino b and prices guaranleod low.
8-3-10-lOt. ciiAB. O.rAiii'n A Co.
TUKSIUV, J1AUCII 30, 1875.
For City Clerk.
Dimtoii Hfi.l.liTlS: 1'le.wo niinounec mensn
mmlliliitv for n-i IitIIdii to liie iilUev of City
tun;, nl iiiutiiruinzcliiirlirriit:!!')!!.
I.iinon llli.ttrt.xi rlmu announce inca a
nniKllilute tur lliiimeeiirtlty llork, uttlicvn-
suiiiz iituriicjiMti eloeiion.
MM. lTtr.NCII AXI.UY.
Ity IlK-rKinett of nuiiiy rltlini I nnnoimre
iii)ik-II hi a itAiiiliilati- f'ir the oillieuf Irra'iii)'',
HI (he eiB-iiiiitf city lctioti.
Jta. Kl'iTon PbfUKNiiii r iiionmioniidi-
iUl furii-ilci'ilnii i . '.roiu"fCllyTrntiriT,
at llicMimiliiK .'iWl tleotlmiy
M'e arc authorized to nnihrtiiiftvlAMKH M'.
M'lilVAItlm m'ii,.llite fur tlir iillln; or City
'lltlitcr, at Mil-(lulling clmrtiT rlw.tlwii.
l'or City Attornoy.
Di'itoii lli-f.LRTtit -I'lttue unnoitiire Wn a
CHitilWuicriirttic nlllicnr ( Ity Attorney, ut the
ftiMiiiitf iniiiilrliMl i Ui Iiom, and obllj.')-,
IIAItMON II. IILAti;
M'c are authorlxed to announce JOHN C.
M'lH'IK id ii euuiliibte Tur Aldrrman uX tlie
I.iicnl Viutlirr Itrmrl.
CaIMO, I IX., MaretiSO, Ib'S.
Itm. ITmh. I M'lt.
Veu I M'laiiikii
M 1 1 iMidy.
I 1 tloii-ly.
IIIOMAS .JDNI, !nt. S-., t:. A.
Tin- !(. .ilr. (Jlllirrt.
'J'lioKov. .Mr. (l)lbcrt will lao tltU
il.v tJil afternoon for .Iollt, lwvltifr rc
pflvwl Infiirinatldii tu tlu cllVct Hint n
K-roiMil frleiMl nfltlln In Ciillfornin,
had illml retvtitly, Miid t lint tliu ri.-iniiltis
would Iw taken to Jollut for liik riiient.
Ili; liagttiH lo ntti-iHl tlii' I'uni-nil.
Th" social daiice given nt Ubwtil Ilc-
liUma hall lat evening by Mr. (liarlM
Sniip nml mitwI frinml, wiw iilio n ttc
Mf. A oodly niiinW of Hie frlt'tid of
tliafc'ciitlt'iiMHi who gHV tli lioji witp
precttit, Mid ilnndn wai kept up until
all were eaiUilvd, lien tlio twrtv broke
up, all plrwieil with the cveiihig'o oiniiH'-
A I'rnmlHliii; Allnlr.
Jim) wli Irotn but night, the latllpa
coiitKt'Uil with th "Ijtill.' ( lull and
IJbrary AiMKiattou'' willglvua niwlllug
iimiU;1i nt the Athmiiiiitn. 'J'ln.re will lie
two iri4w given for tho beet ixllcr.i,tnl
vtrythlng will bo conducted in Ihc mo't
apiirovpi tylf. T'Ik: ladlw of tlw orgnn-
1jitlon, wc na- informed, will eniliitvorto
inakf tlii-i M (.polling match of
the scn-oti, ami no would b1vImj nil to be
Itlsh Srliiiiil lUhiulllon.
On hum 1'rldny night, the inipiN of the
high efhool, tinder tho Mtpi-rvi-lon of
I'rnfce-or nml Mm. Alvonl. will dvo an
hlbilioti at thu Athuuetttn, which, wo
trut, will lie n sttwe", at U ewjrylhlng
tlmt thU liuly and rnllittii.ni tuuUrtBlio.
The pttitl, we are told, hnvo for some
tluif jMikt been Muilyiug for thU oeen-
loti, nml ue belli ve they will oilVr to the
poople an entertiiinmeiit that will Ik- 'un
to plc-tie thi'tii.
Iiiliiriiintiiiii M null it.
Any one know lug the lwrly or par lie
who circulated the falre reporth one to
the i flect that I was ileml, and atiollier
that I was in tlio Im-aiie Asyliitti with
n view to Injure my vliaracter. will eoi:-
ter a great favor by reporting thu imino
or mime of the Mino to tlicumlerlgneir
Villa Kldgi-, 111.
.Motintl City mhht please eopy.
.'Ir. llniri ll's l.ei t nee.
A large crowd was lit attendance at the
hull of the Liberal I'eligloiK A-soelatlon
on Sunday night to INteu to Mr. HnrreH'o
leeliire on the "l'loneer? of Cnlro nnd
Alexander County." Tlio leeture, nhielt
we publMt In lull In this ixgtie of the
Ili i.i.KTiN, will, wo have no doubt, be
lend with interest. It I lull afflict?, not
known to ninny of thu people of Cnlro
nnd Alexander, timl U written In tin at
The profile of the lecture the little
gti-h on SjilrltimU'tii wo omit. It is
foreign lo the Mtbject, and mut ctu.td
tilone. We will publish it to-morrow.
A Kfitrrmv INcupe.
Vestonlay nfteruoon, si hoy named Wil
liam Anderson, llIug nt Mound City,
borrowed u fcklll for tins purpo-e of
bringing three hundred, pounds ot old
Iron to this city to sell. All went well
until he arrived tit the wharf in tills pity,
when ho nceidenliy (-truck n ropo at
tached to the whaif-liout, turning the
skill' over, and throwing him Into tho
river, lie luckily tcl.ed one of the spars
of n boat near by and succeeded In get
ting out all rljjlit, but one hundred and
llfty pnuni's of the iron went to the bot
tom anil the skill', which mms valued at
J in, wtis totally ileiuolMieil.
The t'nmliiir.'iiirllliii; .Huteli.
The spelling match to bo given by tho
ladles ol the Methodist church, will take
placo next Thursday night, at tho Metho
ilUt church, and will, of course, ho u site
cess In every particular, as the feminine
portion of this congregation never under
tako anything unless they are fully pre
pared to carry It through In llrt-class
style. Tho programme to bo presented
will bo a prlo given to the best speller,
of either a Webster' Pnabrldged Picto
rial Dictionary, or -Mucttiley'a History
of Knglnuil, tho w inner of the prize be
ing at liluriy to choose either of thu vol
nines, both of which are now on exhibi
tion nt the stationery store of -Mr. ltoek
wcll, on Commercial avenue.
Store liir Itciit.
On Commercial avenue, near Twenti
eth slreet;sultablu for tailor or barber
shop. Inquire at the saloon corner
Twentieth and Commercial.
MTjJt. .Unix Ci:m...
The It-ituro which was to hne been
delivered to-night nt the high school
building, by the I!ev. -Mr, Ollbcrt, him
been postponed, owing to tho reverend
getitletnau'.i iib'ctice from the city.
A tltu itlon In n Drug Morn ; ton year'
experience ; thoroughly c impotent, and
can take ctnrgo It reUircd. 'I he htit ref
erence, Ac. AddrcM Tlfco, Smltli, I'tilli
nml Lexington itrect', llalllmore. 1-30-Ct.
l'or !() .itlorney.
lly referring to otir niitinimcemunt col
limn, It will be observcii;that Mr. Har
inoii lllaelc hastinnoittici'd hlinelf an a
Ptindidate for tlm "iilce of City 'Attorney.
.Mr. Iliad; Is a very able Jming mail, nml
would, wp believe. If eleeteil, in.ike a
good and faithful oflleer.
Mr. PlillIU Iteellnpo.
'I'he follow Ing we clip from the Sun of
liniTiiu Hex s Ijiiau Hut Through
the medium of your valuable imKr, I tie
sire lo say to niv niitneroii'! ftiends tlmt,
atler mature deIlln rnllon, I have decided,
owing to my hii-luc nrningeiiientx, 1
eaiinot dovole that time and attention to
the huriticJH alliilrs of the city that I
know Is iieppnrv, therefore ihi'lluc lje
liign candidate for the .Mayoralty, and
return theiu my thanks lor btinglng my
name belbre the peojile.
'. 11. I'ltlU.W,
Cairo, March 2'Jlh, 1970.
It h with deep regtn I that we arc com
lulled to chronicle, tin- dpatli of little
Johny McCarthy, who panic to an un
timely death lat Similar evening by
drowning. Th" imrtlenlnrs or hU mil
di-ath as told its by Mr. .lames Ityan. who
was standing on the levee near the "tint
where tlie mishap oacurrwl, are, that
lohny. who wm ten roars and eight
months of age. In company with u com
panion named Christy HyUnd, were on
a Hat-boat loaded with stove, lying ju-t
opposite Mr. Allx-rt .StiRinka's suloon.
playing, when .Johnny atlemptiilto walk
from one end of the barge to the other,
oh the stove. He hail not taken more
than one or two Hep?, when tho stove
gave way beneath Ids feet and ho u.
preelirttatwl Into the water. Tlie current
being very strong, the unfortunate lad
was carried down the river several hun
dred feet, crying for help. The tug boat
Cache started to hh reeue, and It wa
thought Uiat Iw would Ite navetl, but
m hen within a few yard of hint Ite di
apparcd from Igh: and h:u not since
been seen. Mr. .Mclirthy, the father,
authorizes u to state that he will jwy
twcnty-tlve dollars to any one who will
return the remains of lilt- -on to him.
Tlio Turner Hull.
TTic much talked of Kii"-ter-MouiUiy
ball and Mipper, given by tlie members of
the Turner' society of this city, came
off at Schecl's (Withlugton) hall lat
night, and we arc sure that the affair was
eijuallyas ammlng as It Mas ginranteeil
it would be. At an early hour the guests
began to arrive, and by the time the hour
of nine had onme. the hall Mai complete
ly packed with old and young, all eager
to enter into the fe-tlvltles which they
knew were in store for them. The string
ImiiiI In tlie oichetra-box oommonccd
playing an o.selthig tune, and the dancing
began. TheamtiH'iiient wsw carried on
without interruption until twelve o'clock,
when topper was announced. Xow the
sport began here, there, everywhere
could be frceu the gentlemen, or a majori
ty of them, whose names are quite poii
spiclott at the head of the JocjI columns
ol thl- paper, commonly called candi
date, buzzing about like hiunblc-lc
under a goblet. The boys had many a
"square drink" til the expense of these
gentlemen, wlto'wero not at all saving of
their wealth, each and every one
of ihcin Ix-llevlng that "money make
tho mare go." Alter Mipper, dancing
M-as again resumed and kept up without
Interruption until the "wee sum' hours"
had arrrlved. The grand Ka-ter-Mon-day
celebration Is Indeed a tiling long to
be rumumltercd by all who participated
In it, and the Turners have fullllled their
prophesj. This was tltu end, labored
manfully for by them: they have aecoin-pll-ltc
I it, and aro happy.
Olliccrs Sliceli.m ami lllllntli y lln?
Aiiiitln r Jleiit Tlili-r.
During Hie p.i-t winter, Mjurcely tt
nigh; bus passed by without a loss on
the part of Howie Itrother', pork pauk
ers. of meat of various kinds. On every
oe.-aton tlie proprietors ltavceomplalued
to the police, who In turn would make
a diligent search for the thieves, and up
to last Saturday night hive succeeded
in bagging three e dored men, till of
whom have acknowledged their guilt.
Within tlie past week, the cellar has
again been entered, and several pieces of
meat taken out, but no traeo of the thief
could be found. Olllccrc Slieohan and
llillingsby, being de-drous of getting hold
of the party, put up a plan, and on .Sun
day evening carried It Into execution.
They both went to the cellar early hi the
evening, and secreting themselves, lay
waiting fur something to turn up. For
tin hour or more, everything was quiet,
and the watchers began to get impatient,
and were about to come to tlio conclu
sion that this M-as not tho night, when n
noise was heard at tho front door, l'or
fullv half an hour the nole continued,
when suddenly the front door of tlio cel
lar was pushed open and a stalwart
darkey entered, with n sack In his hand,
lie made his way slowly to the rear end
of tho apartment, lo the very hogshead
from which so many hums have been
taken, and had put ouo of them into tho
sack, and M'as In the act of picking up
anullier, when ho was politely Informed
to "thtow lipids hands," which he did,
and the olllucrfi marched hlni to the Jail.
Ills naiuo U Louis Williams. Tho olliccrs
arcqulto conlldciit that this will be tlio end
of tho ham stealing, much to the delight
To lie Sold for ('liuriU'N.
I will soil on lite 2 Hit day ot April next,
on my wharf-boat, tho follow Ing s
il Trunks and a lot of Plunder. i ,
Tho saino has remained over one. year un
called fur, nnd will bo (told (or charges.
!i!KJ.2Wm, J.M. 1'lUl.Ul'sj.
(Jeneral I (cm.
Yesterday wns l'ntcr-Moin1uy, and
ineii on a llltlo bum wore numerou-.
Mr. Charles JI. Homo and Henry
Wood returned from Terte Haute on
The Taylor Literary Society will
hold their regular meeting at the council
chamber this evening.
Our people will not want for home
nuiiifemeiitsjtistnt present. Two spell
ing matches nnd a school exhibition are
now on the programme.
Scleral Indies and gentlemen of lids
city M ill leave to-day fbr Chalestoit, .Mis
souri, to attend the grand masquerade
ball to bo given there this evening.
Tho ':nlroand Vluconiie: railroad
couiKiny are now nt M'ork Idling In the
sides of tho track with wid st"iic. In
tho upper part of lowuiy
Mound City will liavo another spell
ing match next Tlnirsnlay night. AM
the solid men of that burg will partici
pate, and plenty of sport Is looked
The follow Ing word? mounted tqion
a fctove-top and in plain sight to tiny pas
ser by, nitty be found on Fourteenth
strerl, between Walnut and Cedar street:
"White Mashing done by H. Iltltton.
Oflli'i; hours, ul all timed wlteii not profes
sionally engaged.'1 '"
It Is ald that 1'. T. Ilamiiin'. ..teat
World's. Museum nnd Komnn Hippo
drome will vilt Cairo on or about the
ltd of .Inly. The ponipnny we are told
wuiipiljMH one thousand two hundred
men, wbmen and children, and it brings
Into uni one hundred and Hay railroad
.Mr. Coming" is not plea oil witlt us
becau v do not agree with him in the
pronunciation of H-n rnl words given out
by bitn at the Presbyterian spelling
match, but we nure tlmt gentleman
that mc did not express our own opinion
In regard to this matter, but tho opinion
of every lady and gentleman M ho M'as
present on that ocealoii, whom wo have
heard apeak on the subject.
IMsoiil lit Illiflirr Mre.
From St. Louis, Mo., on tho-'-Mrd Iu,t
Mrs. Murla Wood, wife of Charles O.
Wood of that city, and mother of Mr.
C". X. Howe and Henry Wood, of this.
i let-remains were Interred at Tcrre I Inula.
Ind where her other child, a son of
seven or eight, is at school.
Mr. Wood waan eltlwn of Cairo for
several year, and In our short ncuiiilu-
tance with Iter, va found her a beauti
ful woman, of Hue address; warm Impul
se, Itiglt culture; and much charity. She
poscsl a nowcrfu! and laudable liinral
courage, and Mas hr-.no nnd determined
In doing tlmt which preonted Itself to
herns right . She was a staunch nnd
active lntldel, and an earnest investigator
ot spiritualism: and passed away in the
realization of the truths and comfort of
.She remembered her friend In her lust
hours, and tpokeof her future w ith a
calmness nnd conlidenoc; desiring to the
lat, no clerical foundations.
F.re this she Is doubtless iotsessedAif
the xnind mysteries or !tnuiurti(lltv;Jfcl
knows, what .-he has believed, trtat lift-is
continuous berond the "rave. Tb.-it the
freed spirit, the Individualism. Is liberat
ed from Its corporeal casket, tin 1 expand?
Into broader capacity of understanding
and action. That rcit life may realize
as fact-, those finer and nobler sentiments
of our hungry souls, which In earth-life,
are only hopes and aspiration. Mrs.
Wood's I.-t i ouscioiia hour- (which are
honest hours to every soul,) wore In ac
oordance with her Infidel belief, lighted
by a hope of Divine Love, sulllctcnt to
embrace humanity.. I tt such hope, peace
ul- ti) Iter memory!
"Tlivre is no iliMth! TticntOM po down
To rieiiHiii toiiiefiilrvrtlHirc,
Ami lirU-ht lu l.t-uxen'a Jrivafol crown
'I licy liliic forrierimne.
And ('Vi riitir in tliuiifrh utiMfii,
I lie ilnir itiunurul uplrlu tmul;
l'urull tlif Im.iiihII. iiiihrvsi-
1 life; tlicre Is uodnid!"
Slirlilir Millliierv (lliinls
Tlio Mlos McCarthy wUh to call the at-
tcntlon or the ladles of Cairo and vicinity
to tnolr largo suvk of spring ml tlnery
good, put brought U this market fr.iui
l'lilhdelphla. t ho stock coinprI.es all the
litest -tyles of Huts, 110111161-1, Flower,
Itllibons and Trimmings or all kinds, a lirge
variety of ladle ' uudcrwour, hosiery, bells,
buckles, collars, culls, etc., etc' 'lliese
giods are ollerod at tlio lowest prices. Tho
Misses McCarthy will bo found at Mrs.
Swamlcr'a old stand on Commercial avenue,
between Klghth and Ninth street s M-lw.
1 have Juit received tho largest assort
ment of (Jueonsware and Glassware, of the
beet quality, which, having bought for twlt
direct from the Importer and Manufactu
rers, I am enabled to sell nt prlcs which
defy competition, lz :
Wldto (irantto Ilrenktatt Plates COc per set.
Whlto Granite. Cups nnd San-
ctrs, without handles, - OOeperJOt.
White Granite Cups and San-
ce, with litindlos, . . 7,vpcrset.
Lare Glarb Goblets, - - Ko periet.
Largo Glass Tnblo Tumi. is, 3.1c perset.
1 Invito everybody toonllmid examine my
stock of (Juivri and Giasswaro and com
I havo al-ojust rouelvod alargclnvoicool
Tablo and Pocket cutlery, Silver Plated nnd
HrittaniaTabb and Tea Spoom and Soup
Ladles. Dan IIaudian,
a-28 tf. (.or.Slxth Com. Av.
1 liavo just recived a complelo assort
ment of (ilaH Shades of nil sizes and
shapes, bititablo for clocks, wax tlower,-,
etcaWn .Moss and Chenille, anil plc
uloatid ladles' Traveling Il-iskcts the
largest stock over brought to Cairo.
Corner Sixth and Commercial.
A I'osllltu Cure I'uv Itlieiinililli.iil
for sale t.t tlio drug store o(M.. I. Jlcdaitley,
between IU jh tcenlh and Nlticteentli streets
on Cetnmcrciul avcutio. 118
ItOOIIIS ! ltlMIIIIH !
Four roon3 for rent two fttrnhhed,
mid two unfurnished over liobbliis'iun
sle More, on (jommcrclal avenue. Ku
qithu of Tuber Uro 123 Commercial
.Joo Hor.okor Is now In full tontrol ol
thu Washington bakery, and hsWni? learn
ed tho w.itit oftho public, I prepared to
supply on call a'l demands for French loaf,
lloston, Drown and Graham bread, and
everything rise ordinarily found In a first
clarsbnkcry. Ho maintains a fud stock of
confectioneries, and can, as well as any
other dealer In tho city, fill all orders In
that line, Cakos baked, frosted or orna
mented on short notice, Spccla lattcntlon
given to tho orJors of wedding or picnic
lllearlilni; nml Trliniiiliitr,
Mrs. Sam. Williamson wMios to announce,
to the publle and her old patrons tint she
Is prepared lo bleach, press and shape hats
In the very latest style, at the low price of
75 cents each. Her personal attention will
bo given to trimming hats and bonnets.
Price 25 to W emit. Ileshlenee on Wash
ington avenue, between Klghth and Ninth
streets. Any joung Inly deshlug to leans
the business may apply to me.
3-is-0t. Mits. Sam Williamson.
Sp'ondld line of Spring Pflufs, now open.
AIo full lino rf Lubes' atd Gent's shoes,
at Kstrii prices, bo:li nt whulesila nnd
iftail at Nkw YottK St-jUK.
PHCEHIX IIAIH DUESSIHO SALOON.
Illltioli Central It.illruait.
i 1S75. i lioou ron Tlir. vi:.u : I
Itallriniil I'ass to S'IiU-hko nml Itutiirn.
Tlicholdrrof tbl pas U entitled to one
first-rlass pnsage to Chicago and rolum on
horseback or on foot, prnMdlngho gets his
hair cut by F. Theobold Klghth street, be
tween Commercial ami Washington ave
nues. Ticket oulto at F. Theobold. barber
shop, Cairo, Illinois. lS-3-2 tf.
Ah Cheap us tlie Cl!cnt-t.
At tbu New Harness and Saddle Shop
No. 105 Commercial Avuiiue, (old Auction
llott"!-) you can buy all ou want, from a
Flno Harness dow n to a liaiuo trap, as
cheap a. at any other point. No uonow ol
goinr to St. I.otil or any other phco for
goods la our line, ('.til and see us.
lC-MS-aw. L. I). AKIN & Co.
Attention. M.-rcliiiiitM or tlie htu
I have a full tock and cm always Hit or
ders on )ueens-.v.iru and Ubusware at St.
Louis prices. The followingl allstof what
I have on hand at present :
Lamp Chttnnoys, of all kind, by the Ilur
rel, box or dozen.
Ghss Lamps nt all sizts and kinds.
100 dlflurcat styles and kinds of lhr
Lamp Ilurnsrs of all descriptions.
Lamp-wick, Ileer nine,, Glns Uellcctors,
Coal Oil Chandeliers, Cako Stand'', Glass
Fruit Stand-, and In fact cery thing In tlio
Crockery nnd Glassware lino.
1 will guaratiteo to duplicate any bill
puroha'cd in St. Louis and give equally
as good au assortment, as my stort Is com
plete In all kinds of ljuecn and Glassware.
I al-o have put up In ensk for the retail
trade, Hockliigliaui and Yellow ware, which
I will U atfio por oont oir the regular list
Also a full lino of Table and Pocket Cut-
lory, Plated, llrittanla, Table and Tea
Spoons, and Soup Ladles Como and tec
Tory uraolvcs. 1). ILmitmak,
3-J:-tf. Cor. ilxth & Com. Av.
Twn-ltoio Wiirois for Note.
A nevr wagnu for sale at a bargain. Ap
ply at the Ul'lli:tim couutlog-rootu. tf.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Hapji.v Iteller for Yusiiik .lieu from tlio
vQ'l of Krrora and Abate In curly life. Man
liimd n-stoii'.t ImiicdimcntJ to Marrkige re
moved. Ni-wnieiliml of traitment New and
rt-iiurknVilc rvmollcs. Itooksand circular sent
fixe, in Mtileil encUin'-. Addle s, llDM'AUl)
As-UtlATIOX, 110 Nlntli stntt. I'lilladel
I 'Ida, I'n , an Institution liannr n liijflt reputa
tion for liunorablv conduct and professional
Steamer Hellc -Mctnphls, St. Lottl.
" Uco and barges, New Orleans.
" C. H. Church, l'ltt.-burg.
" ni-mark. Xew Orleans.
' Hxporter, New Orleans.
" Cltas. llrown, St. Louis.
" City of Helena, .St. Louis.
" St. Joseph, at. Louis.
" Pat. CTeliurne, lOvatisvllle.
" Ilurk.sville, N:tsiIIIe.
" KaitiiM ha and tow, Ohio.
" Grand 'i'owcr, Memphis.
John A. s'eudder, at. Louis.
" It. AV. Diigan, Memphis.
" Iattfii L. D.ivls, Xcm- Orleans.
" Ste. Genevieve, Vlekeburg.
' Cans. -Miller, Cincinnati.
.las. ITsk. Fiiducah.
" Alice lliown, Pittsburg.
Steamer Hello -Memphis, Jfemphls.
" Ilee and barges, St. Louis.
" C. 11. Church, TCom' Orleans,
" lllsinarok, St. Louis.
" Kxporter, Cliicinuatl.
" Hello Lee, Metropolis.
" Clia. llrown, St. Louis.
City of Helena, Vlcksburg.
" St. Josopli, .Memphis.
Pitt. Clobttrne, Kvansvillo.
" Ifanawha and tow, St. Louis.
" (ii-and ToM-cr, St. Louis.
" John 15. Scudder, Xcw Orleans.
II. W. Dugnn. St. Louis.
' Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
Jit", l'tsk, Patlticiih.
ltivr.ll, Ilf.SINl'.SS AND WIUTItHIt.
Tlio river, shiee lat report, has de
clined 13 Inches. II' It continues to fall
tit that rate a few days, longer, tho fewcrs
can be opened, nnd then we can hid tare
well to tho sIpo-Mater 'for this season.
The Mississippi Is rising nl the rale of 5
Inches per day, and It Is believed that It
Mill rlso six or seven feet more nt St.
Louis. Tito Ohio continues to decline
nt all points.
Cloudy in llto morning, but dear ami
pleasant In tho afternoon,
The llect-footed JdlcwIUl, Cant. Ous.
Fowler In command, is the Evansville
packet this evening.
Tito largo and commodious passen
ger steamer, Cltas. Morgan, Is duo this
evening for Nov Orleans Albert Stein
Ii her commander, and Harry Ishcrcour
teotts and accommodating first clerk.
The City or Chester, for -Memphis,
Arlington, from Cincinnati for -Memphis,
and Hickory, for Tennessee river, arc
among the first boats duo to-day.
Mr. Purcell, a ship carpenter, whlb
putting up two now guards on Phillips'
wharf-boat yesterday aiternooii, acciden
tally fell overboard, but was pulled out
about as quick as he went m by some of
the employe of the wharfboat.
Capt. Pepper's wsw steamer, Cans
-Miller, namcakc of the river editor of the
Cincinnati Gommtreial, was In port yes
terday. She has the finest cabin of any
boat of her size on the water; and ac
commodations for 50 people. She was
well loaded with freight, and had ti fair
list or people. .Miss. Atla llalllday,
daughter of Mrs. Sam. llalllday of this
city, was among her passengers.
Waii Iikc.uhmlnt, ltivr.it lui-our, (
March Sii, :s7S. (
r. I im.
Caiiio, III., .Monday Kvkni.o.
March 2'Jth, IS70 .
The weatlicrtii.il had been jrloomy nnd
dismal for several days cleared warm,
bright and pleasant this nttnrnoou witli
n prospect of remaining so for the balance
oftho season. The market Is sternly and
unchanged with the exception ol a small
advance lu prices on corn and oats; flour
Is llrm at last week's prices, and in limit
ed supply ; orders come In slowly as the
month draws to a close, dealers being de
sirous to wait until after the first of the
month to maku their purchases.
The hay market Is steady and un
changed with a demand that exceeds the
upply, and with prices stiff.
Kgg are weak anil overstocked," with
a strong doM'ttward tendency In prices im
the warm weather approaches.
I'.ultcr Is plenty, quiet nml unchanged.
Pottlty is In demand and very scarce no
receipts to speak of.
Provisions are quiet anil easy, with lit
OSy-Otir friends should bear In inhul
that the prices here given arc utta!ly for
sale irom tlrst hands in round lot.. In
tilling orders and for broken lots It Is nec
essary to charge an advance over these
The market rules steady and un
changed. The. demand is fair but has
fallen oil' to some extent, owing to the
nearness of the first of the month and
"statement day." Stocks arc small nil
round, and prices steady nnd firm. AYc
note Bnb nf 503 barrel St 5005 W); 300
barrels SI Mynvi 7.V, 300 barrels tlty
$1 oOrTUI 23; 300 barrel $( 50'j 50;
'JOO barrels $1 bQQ.Q 00.
Receipts arc light and the demand
steady and active. There Is no surplus
In the tn.irket, and prices are llrm at quo
tations. Sales were limited by lack of
supplies, and consist of II car choice tlm
othy delivered $2:1; 2 ears choke mixed
delivered $22; l cars ovor-rlpo timothy
$20; 1 car choice timothy delivered $22;
1 car red top delivered $19.
The market Is steady and actlve.rccelpts
are not equal to the demand. Stocks nro
short. Prices rule steady and shaded In
favor of sellers. Sales were .Tears No. 2
mixed in bulk on track 71c; 1 car No. 2
Mhito In hulk on track 7.1c; 2 cars No. 2
mixed m bulk on track 72c; 1 car reject
ed in bulk on track 70c; 1 car rejected
M'hlto in bulk on track 72c; 2 cars No. 2
mixed lu sacks delivered 7Sc; 5 cars No.
2 mixed lu sacks delivered "So; 5 cars No.
L Mliitc In sacks delivered 70SOc; 2 cars
No. 2 white In sacks SOe; 1 car No. 2
mixed In sacks delivered 78c.
Prices nro firm at an advance. Thede
ntand Is In excess of the supply, which is
very limited. Wc note sales of 15 cars
No. 2 mixed in bulk on track C.1c; 6 cars
No. 2 mixed In bulk on track 0.1c. -1 cars
No. 2 mixed In sacks delivered OSc.
Tito demand Is fair nnd stocks light.
Prices arc steady and firm. Wo noto
sales of 100 barrels steam dried, $:iC5; 200
barrels kiln dried, $3 CO.
There Is not enough sidling lo estab
lish quotation. Twenty-two dollars is
probably tho outside figure. No car
load lots liavo been sold.
Stocks arc largo and prices unchanged.
The demand Is steady but hardlv equal
to receipts. We note salc3 of 200 pounds
choice Northern packed, 2.'Ic; 15 tubs
Northern packed, 20c; 15 packages choice
Northern packed, 23c; 10 packages choice
Southern Illinois packed, 20c; 30 pounds
choice Southern Illinois roll, 1020o.
Tito bottom has fallen ottl of the egg
market, and as tlio weather grows warm
It Is hard telling m here prices will go.
Tho market U overstocked, and I3;cents
Is quoted an outside llguro to-day. Sales
were 2000 dozen, 1315e;M)0 dozen, 12e;
100 dozen, 13c; 1000 dozen, 13Uc; 1000
There aro none coming lu to speak of
and thcro is considerable Inquiry for
choice ieii3. ltecelpls would find ready
sale nt good prices. Wc noto sales or 5
coops choice hens S3 50.
There Is not much activity hi apples
but a fair business Is doing, Sales were.
50 barrels mixed ?2 50 ; 50 barrels choice
2 "5 ; 50 barrels good 2 50 to 2 75; 50 bar
rels common $1 75; 40 barrels extra
choice S3 50.
TLo supply Is light and demand fair.
Early rose nnd peach blows In largo bar
rels nro quoted at $3 per barrel, Sales
Merc CO barrels peach blow t3.
The market Is quiet and unchanged
with nothing doing In the way of round
lot transactions. Prices aro qotcd this
same as last week.
Corrected Dully by K. M Slwms, comml!ot
tncrrhant, herniary r U.e Cnlro lloarU of
Klonr, necordlnjr to trnuU. $4 jotta M
Oirn, mlTcil, sucked . ;
Corn, white, sacked . aUto
Oats, mixed jjo
Ilrnri, per ton....... ..... tiuu
.Meal, tcnm dried M 70
Itnttcr, choice Northern roll, itkd, no
lluttcr.cholce Southern III. inckcl ., ttjoc
V.eiTA. THrdo2enM .ti
I hii-kiMi. tur ilnritn fjv.n i..
Turkey, per dozen - rIS N
Apples, cnotce, per bintl... .3 VU43 w
Apples, common, per barrel.............. wi w
I'otiit'itM, per barrel ...... ..1U0
OnbiM, r barrel .. ( U
For llemphli, Vickiburg and Kew Orleani.
The etent jianenger temer
Atr.tiT SiKtX ..MMer.
IlAiuit UisiN m .......Cterk
Wilt lenTaTl'KSDA Y F.Vl'.NINO at S p. m.
Kor freight or piout mrplr to
J M. Mm.I.lrS, Agent.
VTOTICK Is hereby glren, that letters f d
X ministration on Ihc estate of Jtobert Hud
on, once mipofed to 1m ilrrmscil, were granted
to theunilertlKneil hr the probate ciiurtjof th
Keneral publle, on the 71st day of March, 1373.
Alt psrsnns hnTlnu claims eiralnst the al.l r.ttc
rc rv.uetrltoetillilttht .ame to the uniler
sliheil int : his old reslitenr, Hie Hudson House,
In V Ilia tldne, by the second SlomUy In April,
15,5. All iierscns knowlni: themelst to be In
ilebtcil to said estate nre reiueatcd to mike Itn
ninllatc payment to tti iiinU-risliriir.1. either by
cash or note. liOIIKIt f llt'DSOS,
Adm'r ofestnte of Kobcrt Hudson, ilec'd,
Vill 1 IthlRe, Pulaski Co., III., March ill, 1575.
Byvlitneof an Execution to me Jlrcctedbjr
IheCti rk of the Circuit Court of Alexander
Countr, In the Mate or Illinois, In riiTnror Al
ficit II. SnnVinl, nslfrnce of Alexander 11 Irtln
and npilnl John II. Jlronn, I hare levied up
on the flillowliu: described property, In the
County ofAIexnndcr and Stale of Ufinnis, to
wlt All the rig-M .title mid Interest of said .lihn
II. llrown. In and to the Northwest quarterof
uiL- .uiuiinedi nuarierni .-cciKin miriy-on i.ii;.
In Towntlilnnilcen (1SS Smith . nml In ICiiniri-
one(l wcstofthethlnll JI ,nlsn blocks num-
n.-nn mil' in, nro mrre i:i), lour in lire
(M. tlx tlil.pevi'n IIS nml elvhtOiS In lli tavrn nf
L'nlty In snlil county and Mate, as the property
ofsjild .Inlm II. llrown, which I ahull otter at
Public Sale nt the Sjniun.wt-st door of the Conrt
ir...,n I.. . V. a I 1... C -lM lH .k. .'... .
AlexiinilernnilStnteof Illlnuls on Ihc nineteenth
(lftth) ilar ofAnnl. A. I . 175. at the hour nf
eleven o'clock, A. JI.,fnr rah, to anttsfyaald
i.xrciinnn .M,r.. li. ius i.,
Micrtrror Alexander county, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills., March !0th, 1873.
Fine Geneva nnd American
Nollil Silver, riise Silver Plntr, Elr.
In dltrctliiR attention to anr Immense stock,
U'tr Inive to state that w o hare been connected
tvllh the Jewelry IruJe In Clilcjitfo over UHeen
yi-.irs, and cm oiTtr Inducement that defy
QOODS SENT BY EXPRESS TO ANY
PAItT OP THE COUNTRY,
C3"Innulry by mall promptly muttered.
ROWE & CO.,
09 STATE STRBET,
Southeast Cor Washington, CHICAGO.
Addresi or binnlrc
CiriOAQO PLATE AND BAR JULI. CO.
132 Dearborn St., Ohlcaifo.in.
NowspapBr Postage and Who
One of the most dinicult thlncs to ascertain
with any certainty Is tho circulation of n uewa
paitr. Ihc new postal law, however, which
requires the prepayment of ull newipaiwrs oent
to aubscrlliers throunh the malla ninove.s all ,
trouble with Unit hnuich nt the circulation.
'1 hi' following table, which bus been ollicially
sent to M'uihlncton by Ihc Chlcuiro postnnuter,
as the report of his oltlcc fur Ihc month of Janu
ary, show a that thu ImEU-OcgAft pnya niorei
poaluireon Its three tisiiM Daily, Seml-M'etkl;
ami MVekly-than all thu dailies pubUihed In
the city combined.
robllcatlon. Issue I lhs brc. 1 ToUl
1'oi.t .V Malt
24 J 10
Do... h... .......
N Y ChAdv
12S 16 S
H est n Klim I
The total amount paid by all papers, both
dally and weekly, was s,476 S3, of which
amount tlie iNTBii-Orias raid tl.OuO 21 nearly
nnc-ilfih of the whole. The total amount paid
bv tho Trltmne, 'lima Journal and I'nst, and
Mall, on ull their editions was 73S S4. Ihe
Inteii-Oi-eav paid 2Sl fs) more than all nf theut
combined, Chicago Inter-Occan, Feb. 10,
Iho Prlvato Froiorlptlon Boob,
Beprt Mainitioi bt aotfter nr Caron
loans Bexual Dtieaaea, Anhwi,
Hronhttla. 1'iurrb, C-aiQnptMS.niM,
S'Ulul, VtrloMtle. llTdrM.li, Serifs
lent, HyplitUlttf tD4 Skin nii.np, Llf
tt t'ein)iliil, rrmtlf nVikatfi. KI47
IiLriic. Hemlnal and Kerroua De
fallltT and Kzhauallon. Imrten-
ey, lilKI.Hirtotar tit all tlj(ri.ru.
u rrom xcca d4 Zmpradeat
XIaMts. llmi. BMmrj 10.1 Setlia
h miuIi SA eauta tft Ibi Prlwala
Preietlplton Dsok, is 4 urn
tIqi. o 1 rrfivpribtot How Method! of TrfAintnt tVr
lhftboT4U-kMt, btiM ou 20 7 9 ATP eaptflntj, .
Iflti iMtttr Dsl prmtnial fiirct, la all artbu .
n.ntlff mho r whil-U hta 1V.. A rtlUM QUU tt Ik
UtrrliM aaJth ronUmrlfttlac Uirri. tmtvrwifti li
iwout fuft to1 la Bttbtfair work. UU4 uaj !
rrt'l tf 1-1 ecot. IJ lrn
THE AMERICAN REMEDY CO..
If 0. 703 lino Btreee, T. tons, uo.
Special Aososuruont Notice
PUItr.tC XOriti: la hereby glren that Ihe
Circuit and County Courts of Alexamkr
County, hare rendered Jii'bjnunt for aipectel
assessment upon proicrty liieultrU b the fol
lowliiK Imiirotemenl, Tlf.f. OrTlInf; Ohio
I.evec street iVom Kourlli to fourteenth atrecta,
as stIII more ftdly ainir rrem the certifled copy
oftliojmlh'nientj on ule In theolTlce of the Clark
ofllieCityof Calroi that a warrant for tne col
lection oraiich aAwiirucuts U In the handa of the
miileralKned. All ueraona Interested are hereby
notlile.1 to call and pay the amount tuseaitU, at
the collector's oiUce.No. lCommtrclalaTeaua,
wllliln thlny daya from tlie date hereof.
Df-d thl 13th day of March, A. l. 1873.
' . U. V. IILAKK, 1
.. . ,f IJyTj-ind Kx-offlclo Collector.