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A-CALON I.ODfil!. so ii
if Knight nl I'ythlat, truel every Frl
"tV&j W, "lght at l.lr-lm.t seien, In Odd
SSy lcllnwa' llill (j K ,SLrit,
AJ.L.XANllHIt loixji:. NO JI
I...I-. i.i f . t.l.l. L ..,
'ittrji' J 1 tumwui lllKlll I
imn ar uaii-iasi seven, in rncir lull mi
liminer.ial auntie, bitHieti rlxlti nnl .Seventh
iirri jciiix II uosimam, .1 u.
rttllto KNCAMIWIIIST, t O. O F., meet
Win Odd-Fellows' M:ll on Ihe (Inland llilnl
sic-iLi) m mry month, at lmlr-.tt seven
, IV OI. I
CAIIIO I.OlKii;, NO 2T7.A K. A A IM
.,' .-. ioii n irwar ciniiiiuiiicniiont in .na
7iil Hull, corner Commerced Meruit
' V Hllll Clk'l.lli a.1,.4.1. im thi ,intt mill
f irlli JlOWltV uf mt IIIUIlUl.
Mr. 1'. Kltifrntil hatjust received Atnl
Iih on nlc nt hit alot room a largo Mock
'if hngll-li ale, jKirter, Hciincssr brandy
jnO wlm, mid llojiort of nil kludi. which
he r 111 iIijiuic of t reasonable price.
Mn mill Sec Her,
Landlord nl hotel nml hoarding tiotie
will find II to their adviv ttge tocall upon
Mn. C'dctnin, No !! I'ourth street, he
tw.sn W. slilnglun nfid Cointnrrvhl Men-
,f , ami usteitaln tier tciina fur lulu hotel
and hoarding lioit-e washes liy the? ttrk.
lit r v!inlile prli c are extremely
liw T'.c. per dozen. Y')t piecework pr.re
arc at lollowt: Mn?'e lilit and ir.l-
lar, 10e; ptrdoeiiftnc; soek- fx-; two ro.
tir, ftc; Iwj liamlkcrclilcl, ,'ct vett SOc;
and n I gcntleine tfn wear. T.'c. per
doen. Ladles' ilrcc, 'i" to 60c;
klrt-1 to '10c; drawer 10 to lie; two
f air lioe fir; two eu'lars 6 lo inc. For li-
lies' il.itn clothe, el in pr diireut, lor la.
Me fln" c'otljen, f 1 per dozen; done
dmnptly, and promptly delivered. I'a
(ioo 1 single rooms on the up'icr lloor fit
the alnt Charles (in tic had, with board,
it tin; tery low rte of 39 per month
police ol Ileum v lit.
s lilrht A; I'lrlih Imtc removed their
(.hctnlcil d) eui;r ind clranlnjf ofi'i-
ll-limci.t Irom the corner of III htn ml
Cctnin rtld to Wadilnstoti Avenue,
between Nluli and 'IVntli Mreet.. Tottiett
tlic want of their in ny eut intra, tliey
lieve ordered and Invr Jnt rec-dvnl from
K r pe U'ge lot ol the tlneit de tlutC;
and arc mw rea.ly to attend to ny or.le
In tlr r iiue. aKifMin.
Nuller of lleiiKiviil.
The well Known barher hop, eorner
Chilian It' imncrvlal, pre'ldedov-r iy
t!)c pipt.'a artut, (Jeonre ateliilinitc, ha
rrmondoned or north on i otnmerc al. In
the O and Central Hotel. The ncvhoi. I
la ge an t c unm lf tl, and thoe whiti(:
I r any Mng artll!c til the way of fu'liliti
nMi lialr cU'tlnf, smooth lic, et". will
i!j well to r ill at the lirand Central Ilarher
I.op. 71 3-IS-tf.
TI.e old Hand on Sixth Mtcet, bitween
( oratn- rclil avenue an'l Ohio I.evce, l al
v.as ready to tin any kind of work In tli
liiickmtt'i lint, miking and rtpilrlnM'ai'.
e.n llnvlt"nd I)ri). KprelV attention
i;lven to hore.hocln;, ay I make my own
rlioo , I ean inako them h-avy or lllit,
jtl't a ) ill d? Ire, lor you all know thatthe
home mdo hoe are the l.t. I all rotmc!.
and am urc to 'ive youailfaetlon.
Tj-,1 ll-llll. MlKt). HoniKl.v.
I'lnno mill tlrRiin Tiiiilnir.
Mr. M. Kutine de're tn to ay til it lie It
res y i r reive ord -t for l'l .110 and Op
i'ln lutunjc, and repi'rin roil cal lntni
me t. Urdi-r may be lettat the coinurol
Thiftt- nth and Walnut triet, or I. O.
fo tV.i, and will rrrelve prompt att.tit.on.
I. -i0 jin
Whence I Ills lireal t iiliiliiotliiii
the country tbronjrlr, ntnonj the Alcoh He
Hit r tn iiiger- i They nUnd Kh.nt nt ao
Innovat on on tlielr pthllee of mHkllift
drti-ka ! ol the i-lck A .ouipoiitr h i
e une mt- the rt'd I with widen, tliey cannot
"intend. Iih. .1. W.vt.iiKir.-t CAi.troitNiA
Viski. ill HirTKlts, tho ttnddlied onien.'e
of the tnot enicai-lotiH vegetable tonlc and
alterttiv- In tlij w r d. N driving all the
ill horn no'niuiH of Kiiij Ale ii'ol to the
w ill. There lc no dlc:ve. Internal or ex.
ternil. In which it U not beneficially admin
ntcred. 3.17-d .t w.v.
The abov c aloon1 corner of Klxhth vtrcet
and Commercial avenue, Ii tlxed tip In
good fctylr airy nml comfortable, liver1
Sunday tnornlnii you w.ll find pprend a No.
1 Lunch an.l a -t ve o Milwaukee la-,-er
beer, which ea 't bo beat, and thete ! not
!nychin;e. llehind the lliryott will Unil
the b ft kind of I.rtmr and Clear, and
my dcptro t kivo eu-ry one of my cu-t-tntrt
who patronize me, ntlf.v:tlon
C II round t I'ltr.n. ilui iitt.v,
I h.ivc jti't received tho l.irgeat a""rl
mentof (iuecniwaru and Ol.tA'are, of the
I. M quality, wldch, lmlti? bought f r cih
d rcct Iro o tho lmp rters aii.1 M inuf;ietu.
vo', I an i nutiled to pell at pricjs which
de'y nnipctitlon, U :
White Oramte Hrc.iUl.iht I'latcs COc per set.
White (ir.in te Cups nud ffait-
c rp, wlthoii' h iiidlc, . COc per 'el.
AMntJ (i antic t up and au-
cers with liatidlc, "!ic per et,
I.ire til -fa OohlctP, . . Mo perpct.
Laru Olan Tablo Tumi rp.. illo per net
1 invit' everybody tocall-ndcxaml'ie my
ftock of Que It and (ilui-.tn art) nud com.
I h ivo nbojupt rccclvod a aro Invoice ol
Table and I'oekct cutlery, -liver I'la'ednnd
llrlttania Tablo and Tn i Spoon mid Houp
LmHes Das IIaiitman,
H-2S tf. Cor. Sixth Com. Av
Mr. Rumbold Is now prepared to
bleach and remodel all kinds of hati, In
tho latest style; nlo trim. Kesidonco
Fifteenth street, between Washington
and Cedar. fW-l-S-2w.
All tixes of whatocr character or do
itlptton, will besomu dcllnrUeut on the
lft h liiitiiit, and work upon tho delinquent j
tax lltt will then bo commenced. Persons
In nrreata forttxt'H will niako n note of
this, us in further notice will bo ulven, find '
no further leniency cm bo extended to J
unm ii- inu collector, unucr uiu ni ,
Alkx II. Invix,
Cairo, III., April let, J87S.
I'ltlDAV, AI'IIII. 0, l!i7..
Ma KtilTon At theiwilleiutldn ofitunv eltl
em, 1 announce niyM-ir a eaielliLue tT
.'i.iior. ni iini ii-iunn inuiiiciiMi election
W II MollltlS.
For City Clerk.
Ctiiion llt LixTlt l'lcoe nnnoiinrc m.c.'Uh
eatidldate for re-eltlon in tin- olUreof City
v,iriK, ni uiv rutuiiiictimrier i liviion
Kniron llfi.t.r.rtf l'le(ie announce me a a
rMhill'iiii lurtiieoiucforcity i.ltrk, at tlictn
mill mtinicllial ejwtlon.
WM. ntl'.NLII A.M.KV
Ity the ieint of tunny rltlfeni I announce
iiijtm ii u uui'ii'iaie inr me unite oi i rturr
at the in in i n- tity t lection.
Mn. UtiiTon 1'lin.e nnnoiinee me a a eniell
iltte riirie-ettloo t tliennie.ruiy irinMin r,
ni inu eneillllir luumt'lliui eirt-uon.
it v ttr. tii:.
U'e an- Mithorled to Biniounee JIA.MK U.
f-'l KWAiiT h k e.iiull'Ule fur the iHi'of Ut
Irntiurer. l thei-naiiliiK cbaiti r election
For City Attorney.
We ate anlluirlHd to unnonnre JI'vtK I
It. I.I N.MMIIIAJI ii a mieli.lale f.ir ( II) At
luine , at the enwinr iiiiiii1i'ImI dcrtlnu.
KblT'iK lkl.ri.lix - I'lo,,,. annoame ii,.. u
runIHIleur llH- IHieol l itv Atlolm t . al tin
i inning nmni-lil Hm n.iii, nml ..IiIui-,
IIAII.MU II III, V I h
We are unlliorirtil to aniMHinL I'A'I till K II
( ll!' (IKA.S a a ean'li'Ule rr At'Ieriiun fi.ini
' AIT. J. W. lIcKI.VVIi:. f the Irin.rVr
Minr II. h Jlrlonil), I. n ranlllate r-r A.
kriiuu of the t'ouilh Want, ut Ihi- iii.iuii.'
ctwrter elw lion
It V l'IKl;itl4a(VlI,lMi!.f.,r AILiliunff
the Itilnl Waril, nt the eniiliii( charter eleetKjii.
We are authnriiMl tii Mitnounr.! .lulls t'
Willi i; in a uiiii.iie tor AlJtninn ul the
t ..tilth Wan)
l.oenl V-iillier lleporl.
Iaiho. lit.., April lTS.
I'ime I j Tiik. I U'lito I Vrx. Wkatihh
Jam iu.Vi' iff I . ;o I (,l,inl .
-1HOMA- JOM, Sert. -., i; .-. ,.
I'retij lerlail Siielntile.
Die -ovlalili' "hvii liy tli- rn-livtMlan
iliureli cjntrrt::i!l nt tin- reddettw of
Mr. (Jret-ii. ln pvetilti-', was utdl atli'liil-
ol, and lilslitjr onjoy.il by all pre-eul.
'r. ore rwhln n'wxooil pvitv dav.
:tttl no liottMM'au titidcr-ell tt.
O. IIavthoji.v Co.
i'lie Woman' Club mid Ubmrv Ao-
ciution cliaireil tllty-tlvc dollar-! on llt
(Ktllltiu' uiatcli niven by them at the
Atlifiieiini la-t Sat unlay uljjlit. Tlii-y
Mould li.ivi.'.-inotli'T inalclt.
I'll n lotifil Itixiin M'.iuteil
l'or Kcntletnan and wife Heferfiiei
Xlnn. Atlilr' caru of lifM.r.riN
The city trua-urer, Mr. niakc, gives us
the very welcome information that on
Wednesday he paid out of the city treup
ttry plxtwn hundred dollars eah, fur
M-rlp. Ihi al-o wld Interest to the
ninniiut of thirty-six hundred dollar-.
A ri'M. line of custom shoe, Irom our
own Jnctory at Clnciutinli, now on hand
ami arriving every day.
O. Hay molts A Co.
To everj body, we would say. go to the
Plan. it's House this morning and get
a plate of lltiefuer's turtle i-ottp. The
turtle of wlilcli the soup will he made
welgluI one thousand ioundp, more or
le, mid will hi- delicious. Iliiefuer
wants hi, friends to come and n him.
The largest stock of tlu; InmUome.t
and iiee-t patb riis of calieK'-, has Just
Ix-oii opeuetl at O. Ilaylhorn Co's, all
in enon and just the thing for the Calico
Pure Iiiim'iI. .
Mr. 1'. Jl. .Stoektleih. wholealo wine
and liquor dealer of thN elty, lias pur-ehu-i'd
the lino briel; reddeneo lately
owned nud oecupUil by the lion. I). W.
Mtiim, situated on Ninth stn-et, between
Washington tivenue and Walnut street.
.Mr. Alfred Comings will leelure next
.Sunday night, before the Liberal I'ellg
loits As-oelation. We havi' not learned
upon what subject he will lecture, but
have no doubt it will be both entertain
ing and Instructive.
Th? O.ld-Fellows of .Southern IlllnoN,
who are anticipating a grand time at tho
celebration to take place at .Ioucloro on
the 2t!th day of this month, have ap
pointed our fellow-townsni in, the Hon.
l'redollne Hrovs, Grand Marshal of the
day. We are told that more than three
thousand members of the order will par
ticipate in the celebration.
O.vi: hundred piece of the latest styles
of prints will be opened to-morrow by
O. IIaytiiohs- & Co.
A largo number ol the members of the
congregation of thu Church of tho Ho
deemer, In company with many friends,
assembled at the residence of the Hev.
Mr. Gilbert, on Seventh street, last even-
Ing. It being the occasion of the regular
munthly reception of that sect. The re
ception U pronounced as a very pleasant
all'alr, the Hev. Mr. Gilbert ami lady ma
king all feel at home.
There will bo a regularconven
tlon of Ascaiou Lodge No. M,
Knights, of Pythias, held at their
Castle Hall this (Friday) evening
at 8 o'clock. A communication of great
moment to our lodge will bo presented
for our consideration; there will alao bo
Degree work. A full attendance desired.
Visiting Knights cordially Invited to at
tend. Will K. Hawkin9.
KKiihitrg's Mrlug baud will once
inoro make itiu-lc for thu people nt ilntf
hit's on .Sunday night, und the I'lanlor'
Hoti'o will Offaln he open to the ieop1e
of Cairo lo enjoy sweet etinliH of iniilc
and a refreshing of .Sehlltz'." Mil wan
beer. 'J'hli U dm nlfrht for the reg
ular Sacred Concert to tnkij plncf, nml
Mr. Utielucr Invites .ill liN friend to be
VofwIllMVe money by examining
the new Hock of 0. Ilaylhorn & Co.
Quick .ale iiml mall profit' I the
l'or Able muni.
Mr. P. II. Corcoran is announced us n
candidate for Alderman from the Fifth
Ward. Pat Is a live man, and will make
his opponent hunt for votes as Industri
ously ns the hungry man searched for the
ground hog when he wn In
need of meat, mid being In
the Council will stand for the rights ol
his constituents like a atone wall, lie
means "bu-lness" In this race, mid pays
he w ill in the Council labor for the bene
llt of his ward and make elfort lo get a
portion of the public money expended In
his part of the elty.
And now we oiler tweuty-iho dozen
boys' hat-, worth ?1.W). fur 7.1 rents
each. O. Haytiioiin A Co..
Suere-sors to I'lllott A llaythorn.
I'ollrp Ilunlne .
Inning the mouth of February, the
amount of line .'i-es-ed againt viola
tions ol the elty ordinances by .fudge
llros was s.sil. while that of .ludge Illixl
amounted to ;i:i7. The amount of (lues
collected by llross was 107, while that
collected br Ilird amounted to $01. llro-s
e.olleeted old lines to tho amount of $15.
The total amount collected by Hross was
jl'-'J. The amount of line not collected
by ISross was S70I, and tho'c uncollected
by Ilird. $11. Kxecutlon- in three cae-
were not returned In I!rosi' court, while
there were four not returned fit Illrd's
oourt. The attorney granteil a slay of
xecutiou in twelve ca-es brought before
llros. Three prisoner were discharged
and two prl-oncrs dUmUtcd by Hross.
while Ilird di'inl-ed four eaH's. Three
eases lefore llross were apiKmled. One
prisoner wn released by order ol the
Hats of every Myle and de'crltitlon,
dfty per cent. le limn anv other hott-e
In Cairo. Call and see them.
0. IlAYTiion.v A Co.
On Tuesday night, the talented and
highly pr.d-ed young American artiste,
Mr. dames .. Stevens, supported bv the
renowned Carlotta and her company.
win appear at the Atheneiim, in the line
play of -Daniel lloone, the Hero of Ken
tucky." This play w.t- written and ar
ranged by Mr. Stevens expressly for
tiimseii, ami lias been played by him In
ill the large cities of the Fast, where it
has been highly spoken of by both press
ind publle. I he young artite, Carlotta.
is al-o quite n favorite, wherever 'lie ha-
apps-nred, and Is pronounced n tlrt-ela-.
actress. The company throughout ..s
'aid to Ik; very good. Among the more
prominent member of the organization
are .Mr. K. M. Taylor, J. II. Buckley and
Frank W. Itariiard. who are al-o good
actors. There are al-o several good lady
art I: to? connected with the company, and
In iHTii-lng the many compliments paid
this troujie by the pre- and Individuals,
wu are convinced that it Is a de-erving
one. In a letter to the Hon. F. Glrard.
mayor of San Antonio, Texas, Mr. . 11.
Wheeler, mayor of Au-tln. 'IVxn-, In
sx-akitig of the company, says :
"The troupe 1- a most excellent one.
They have played here several nlht to
good lnui-e. couiiiii'cd of our bet
and mo-t re lined cltlen nnd have given
general sun-faction. We regret verv
much that the troupe shnfild leave at this
time, but they are very auxlou- to vi-It
tlie 'Alamo ;lty.' ami I take thN means
of introducing them to you, and through
you to the eitl.cus'of you place.
I have no he-ltaaey in saying that
tliev come up fuilv to their representa
tion.." The company will remain In Cairo for
live nights, during which time they will
lire-cut Teiitiy-on't great poem, as
dramatized, entitled "Fnoeh Anleu,"atid
several other plays new to our people,
which will, no doubt, bring out larje au
diences, as the people of Cairo never fall
to patronize a good troupe.
Fiity do.eti mcn'! hat?, that cannot
be bought In any store In Cairo lor le.-s
than f..S1.25. 0. Haytiiorx ACo.,
Successor to Klliott A llaythorn.
The public schools will again open
on next Monday morning, for the Spring
A letter mldre$cd to "Henry WIN
liain.'.in care of the IIi'i.lutis olllce,"can
be had by calling at thN olllce.
Hiietuer will have a lunch thN mor
ning, when he will oiler to his patrons
turtle eoup made of a monster snapper.
Mr. P. H. Pope, of Chicago, 'old to
Mrs. McCullough. of this city, a levee lot
it few days ago, for one thousand dol
lar. The election excitement eccnted to
bo on the decline yesterday. There was
not much said about It. either one way or
Tho police courts of Judges Urossand
Ilird have been as quiet as a church on a
week day for the past three or four days.
Nothing has been done in either ol them.
The editor of the Sun has fallen from
grace. He "dropped" Into Zanono's sa
loon yesterday and took a look at the
new billiard tallies.
The spelling match to bo given by
the ladles of thu KpNcopal church nt the
Atheneiim Saturday night, will bo a very
Interesting proceeding, and no one bhould
fall lo be present.
Iluefuer will give another sacred con
cert at hU hotel, (the Planter's Houc,)
on Sunday evening, to which ho cordially
Invites all of his friends. Schlltz's .Mil
waukeo beer will How freely, and every
thing will be lovely.
it u .tui unit Mrs. Field), whose
neat little cottage on Eighth street, op
poslto tho Methodist church, was des
troyed by lire, will, within a few week,
oopnnenre the erection of a couple, of
neat little cottages In the neighborhood
of her tormcr home.
A party of boys were htty yesti play
inoriilng hunting up u little young
sler who had strayed away from
home. The lost was found, after coiisld
erablo fcarch had been made.
The members ol .St. Patrick's Ilenevo
lcnt noclety of this city, will give tlielr
eighth annual hall at .Schcel' (Washing
ton) hall one week from to-night, when a
big time Is anticipated.
Mr. John A. Stevens, thu leading
man of the Carlottu combination, Is a line
actor nnd will give our people a tade of
line acting during his May In Cairo. No
one should fall to wc him.
The St. Louis Timt. In giving an ac
count of the cutting nirray between Mc
llrldo and Dougherty, gets the thing
mixed, and says that Dougherty cut Mc
Ilrlde instead of Mcllrlde lnthliig
Twelve couple of yoitns people of
this elty enjoyed a sklil'rlde on the water
opposite the ciftom h ihu a ( nights
ago. Two large skiffs were brought Into
requisition by the party, and a merry
lime was experienced.
The boys tn the neighborhood of the
IlL't.i.KTi.v ofllee, amuse thein-elve now-
n-days by throwing Imioeent cat'lnto the
water. Thehodlllly shown on the
part ofthe boys toward the felines Is
A man well known in thi-city. about
I.x feet high, lu-ultiil one of the rising
generation ye-terday. whoNnbotit llltts-n
y-nr. of age. by uttering unkind word
about hi father. This the young man
could not stand, and he handed the
footer one square In the mouth,
The German Lutheran F.tnanttel
church festival, which will take place
next Tueday and Wednesday evening,
promises to Ik- very plca-ant. The ladles
of the congregation have the matter In
hand, and will of coure make It a slices-.
The Carlotta combination, we are
told by the Sim. will be unable to ap
pear on Monday next, as adverti-ed. ow
ing to not being able to make connec
tion? with boat for here. They will
make their llr-t appearance on Tuesday
Caiiio, Im... TitritsiHY Kvksixo.I
April Stli, ls75.
The weather ha, we tru-t, at la-t sot-
tied into the good old fashioned spring
time ol bright days and warm atmos
phere that make tho "-pring leier" ejs
idemic. High wind prevail, tilling the
air and the eyes w ith tine dust, and w ill
eventually, and within twenty-four hour
bring up a whole line of April showers.
The market N without particular change
after we leave Hour, corn and oat. The-c
have advanced and are still unsettled,
but with pro-peet of a still further ad
vance. Corn meal Is steady with small
stocks on the market and none outplde
ol the mills. ISrau Is teady with an ltr
crea-ed demand and an upwind move
ment in prices. Provisions are tlnn, but
with very little doing; stocks are ull In
the hand- ol one or two dealers, flutter,
cjrg and chicken hold about as previ
ously quoted. Fruit ol all kinds I over
stocked and dull.
Iy Our friend should bear in mind
that the prices here given are usually tor
sales from lir-t bunds in round lots. In
lllllng orderi and for broken lots It is nee-e-ary
to charge an advance over these
The mat ket 1 active, firm and advanc
ing all round. Stocks are small and or
ders come In freely. We note sales ot
300 barrel, SI :AX,C, ; 100 barrel, S3 50.
(3,0; 000 barrels, elty, 50(2,0 75; 300
barrel, $1 5CV3 75; 200 barrel. $1 50
(: 23 ; P.00 barrels, Sd 50i).
II A V.
The demand i- limited, but stocks are
light and prices hold steady and llrm. A
large part of receipts are in a damaged
condition and buyers refuse to take hold
without a guarantee, bales were 1 car
common mixed delivered, ?20; 1 ear
choice timothy delivered, $23; 2 ear
choice mixed delivered, $23; 3 cars
choice timothy delivered. $23; 2 car?
choice mixed delivered, $22.
Prices have advanced, and the market
closed -teady and Urm. Receipts are
light and tho demand for all kinds N
active. We note sales of 3 cars No. 2
mixed In sacks delivered SO&V: I cars
No. 2 white mixed hi sacks, delivered v2
3e; 1 ear No. 2 mixed In sacks deliver
ed SOc; 1 car No. 2 mixed in sacks deliv
ered bJJe; 1 curs No. 2 white in sacks de
livered 3c; 1 car No. 2 white In bulk on
track "Sc; 1 ears rejected in sacks deliv
ered 70 lo 7b'c; 3 cir.s Xo, 2 mixed in sacks
The oats market is unsettled and tend
ing upward In prices. There is a good
speculative demand, which with light rt
eelpts, have advanced prices; 71e was of
fering to-day; holders ask 72c. Sales
were U ears No. 2 mixed In -ucks deliver
ed 70(7i)72c; 2 cars No. 2 mixed hi sacks
delivered COc; 3 cars No. 2 mixed in
sacks delivered 70c; 1 car rejected in
bulk on track 62 jc.
There Is a steady but not active de
mum!, and none oilcriug except at the
mills. Wo note sales 100 barrels steam
dried, S3 05; 300 barrels city steam dried,
We note an Improvement In this branch
of thu market, with an increase In thu
demand and nn advance in prices. We
note sales of 3 cars In sacks, delivered,
There is no change in this market.
Stocks are large hut not Increasing as
the demand Is about equal to the supply.
Prices rule linn and unchanged. Sales
were 111 packages Southern Illinois
packed 15c; ID packages cliolco Northern
packed 23c; 13 packages good Northern
packed 20c; 1000 pounds choleo North
ern packed 222lc; SOO pounds good
Northern packed 20c; COO pounds choice
Southern Illinois packed l-JO.
Tho demand for eggs Is purely local,
but there Is no overstock and prices
arc llrm. .Sales were 300 dozen 13Mc;
600 dozen 1 1c; fcOO dozen 132,1 tr. 1500
dozen 1 Ic.
There has been a fair shipping de
mand that has carried off all receipts, but
the local demand Is very limited. Prices
lire unchanged. Sates were I coops
choice hens, J3 50 ; 3 coops mixed, S2
753 ; 5 coops choice licit, $3 25(0,1 60 ;
3 coop choice mixed, $3.
The market is over-supplied and cry
dull. Only the very choicest will com
maud $3. Sales reported were 50 barrels
common. $2 50 ; 30 barrels mixed, 42-50r-'l
; 50 barrels choice, $3.
OlSANGFS AND LF.MONS.
Plenty nnd dull. The demand I very
small. We note sales of 10 boxes
oranges. $ 25 ;0 boxes lemon. $0 23.
There 1 nothing doing of any cone
quenee. The demand N small and entire
ly for home consumption. Prices are un
changed, quoted $2.50;f 3. We have no
sales to report.
The market I steady a to value, but
with no demand except in a small lob
bing or retail way.
CAIRO MARKET WHOLESALE.
Corrected Daily by II. 31 stwrns, commission
rnereiiani, r-rcrrury oi in enrnj iiimpi ol
Hour, according to trnulc
Uorn, rnlit-l, purki-l
torn, white, jjicW-1
(lata, mlvcl ..
Ilrun, r ton
Mini, ptmm ilrieil
Ilntter, choice .Northern roll, wckl
lluttcr, choice, southern III ucki-l .
Ksvi. iicr ilf.cn
It (Ogtl l
i Iiii'Icik, irUuzen ..
lurkeyi, rdien t
Ai.l, rhiilce, r b-rrel ...
Aj'j.li'.. cuiniiKjii, lr Uirrel ...
I'.itat.ie. t Inirrvl
Onl-jm, ir turret
t ca u
To 'iiiiii m pi I f-t
The advertl-er, a re ired physician, hav
ing iTovldentlal y discovered, while a Mnl
leu Mt-lorary In .-'ouiliern A Ij, i cr
simple eg table remedy for the speedy ..ml
perm mei.t cure ot Con-unip l"ti, A-tlnn ,
llr ncliitl-, atarrb. and all thri.at nnd lung
tfectlon, alo positive nnd radical pc
cltlc lor Nervous Deb li y, 1'reniaturo I)e
cay, and all Nervous Complaint, f ls it hl
lu y t j make It known to '.d- suffering .cl
lows. Act.ia'cd by this motive, ho wll
cheerfully send free of clurgc) ;o nil who
desire it. the receipt for preparing, and lull
direction- foe succcsstulU uln, tin- provl
dcntl.dly dc-lred remedy. Those who v I h
to avail hcm'clve- of the bcti'll's o' thi-
discovcry without cost, can do so by rf.turu
mill, by addrcssln?
du. tiiAiii.r r. -iiAi'.siui.i.,
it Ntsi;.ira Sfe. I,
27-t-l-wSt. Kuil.Uo, N Y.
Wai: IiErAKTr..NT, Itivrn Uecoht, i
Apiu r, UTy s
Anovc i CI..V0I.
rr j i. I rt iv.
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, 13 j 0 0 l
i; I i i u -l
rsil-r-r-, r r. TT T
We Manufacture and Branch Klavreri.
Special inducement ottered In Straw Oooda
nnd French Pattorn Bonnets. We keep n
ITU. LINK orTrimmed Hats a! fruin Nine,
to Thirty Dollars n Iiocn
TO MERCHANTS ONLY!
PARIS GLOVE STORE,
94 State St., Chicago.
GILBERT HUBBsRD & CO.,
SlIU'ClIANDLhli ,VM SAIL M waits.
TWINES AND CORDAGE,
STFEL & IRON WIRK HOPE,
J. -W N I BT C3rS ,
TENTS AND COVERS,
S02TO208 S. WATER ST., CHICAGO
A BOOK FORTHE MILLION.
"hr, mmJ a A rrlTft' CnaBMlertfllbi
ltXlrari&PrO, Mkrntl, or Uon rul u
til eo ! pfcyiiiiT4.
r7ii i H fTJ pyitriiol rtitUUm (
Wl UWliWt l)lt Mini tjutm, with lU
l.tiUdiiMTini.tti tt Kliaotcr rf prtxlvwlioo, ptierttc
TtU It ta laurtitlBi erk f v kt4rM ul (Itty
tti wltD comtroui tocrkTioe. ul cootvini Ju4lm
(afTsBitioa for tb b r mrrle-l tr ee8inpl' tntr
rtc till It li txwk tLtl eufbt in V ltp va&tt Inck
flUtf, tl oot It't ctrflciilj boul tfc tut.
Il 3duidi i-i aspcrleoe q4 1ikf cf fktittUti
iit rtpuuUoo I worU wi, b4 ttsa'l I in tti prt
tiu 4rtr f t rtry nil tad ferns' tbrtttif hout tti cattrf
rioot. it rmbrt'tt TtryUln on tbt ivbjtet ct th ror
ttlvt ijium that It wurik lajwtsc, al muck ikktlmot
rutUiti4 la ttif ettr ork
tt w f d (iw f (wMitrt) fur riftr Cott
Aiirtu Dr. bttiti' Vuvatttr. . UN- Libtb i.ret,
CL UuU, U.
Notice to tho Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Ptr ipNjIoc loth tiofffl qvttkt ha 4rtrtlit tl
Iablis rrwri, cr uiioi J H-m remlm, rtnt lr
utu' k, Ba tsitxr bt yvur iittm u r (. dtpir
ft jour eoo-liUoa . , .
Pr IiDiuocopliAdcablliOQjAflBi7 itTtaroemi)
tl )Qilrt4 t t atDt cf tD noil cilcbrttcl fslict proft
if if ihi! (oonirj ib1 Karon oi fa t eomuluii per
MBiUr r tj mill, Q tti diMiii ntieccl la bU wrki-Offl-
nl rtMari, K II hanh k.lbib itmt, U(Mf
Centrally Located, Elegantly Furnished,
Tho Commercial Hotel of tie City,
Ml m am
Joe Kor.ckcr Is now In full control ol
tho Washington bakery, and baring learn
ed tho wants of the public, Is prepared to
iui.ply on call nil demands for French loaf,
Ilo-ton, llrown and Or.iham bread, nml
everything clo ordinarily lotind In a llrst-clis-Ink
ry. Jta maintains a full stock of
confectioneries, and can, as well any
other dealer In the city, fill all orders In
that line, Cnkes baked, (ro'tcd or orna
mented on short notice. Spoela Inttentlon
glvon to tho orders of wedding or picnic
Mr. Carl t'oter, tha popnl ir blacksmith
on Eleventh and P .plar street, has formed
a partnership with Fred ll -tlhclnz, and has
removed hi shop to Six h street, between
Coroinircl.il avenue and I. evce, where he
can be found nt all hour, lie repectfu ly
solicits hN old (iitron- to call on hhn at Ids
nowstiind. IliirseOioclnpr, Waiton-iniklnif
and repairing done wl Ii neatness and dis
patch. C. I'KTKlt".
.Mi 1 1 re.
lu.i.voi-, Ckniiui. Ha iMio.tr Co
JiTtri; or Ohxkiiai, Aok.nt
Caiiio, 111.. April 0,
On and after the date of this notice, ho.
tel runners will not le allotted to ply
their vocation on board the train arriv
ing at Cairn. ThN rule will be rigidly
enforced. ,f a mi:s Joii.v-o.v,
(Jeneral Agent. III. Cen. U. If.
I hate just reelvwl a complete asort
inent of (ilas Shades of all sizes and
.hapes, suitable for clocks, wax llowcrs,
etc., hIo Mo-s and Chenille, and pic
nic and ladle-.' Traveling Haskets the
large-t stock ever brought to Cairo.
Corner Sixth and Commercial.
Hose llalN uf i: very l)eserlllon
Alleiillon. .'lereliuulH or Ilie Stir-
I hive a full Mock and cm uhvit's M I or
der on (Jueeii'.varc and (il -stvaro .it St.
I.ouNprl c Theloll.wlnglsall-tofwhai
I h ite on h.ind it pre-ent :
Lamp Chimney, of all klnd, bj tba Hat
rel, ho or dozen.
fil s. I.amii- ot all slz-s and kinds.
I'D dlticruat styles and kinds of liar
Lamp Ilurncr of all iicKrip ion,.
I.tmp.wick, Ilcer mu s.Ul.is- lUflcctnr,
Coal Oil Chan. lell'T-, C.i'o dtaud, Gla.
Frtlit M.ind-. nnd In l.ict eve y thing In ihe
Croi'kcry and Olvsware line.
I wdl ciuranten lo duplicate, any bill
puruha-ed in St. Loui- and give equtl'y
as goou an assortment, us my toek N com
plete In all klmN nl (Juceii ami lli.ure.
I abo have put up m ciisk for the retail
trade Huoklnliuiii and Yellow Ware, which
I wlil ell at 57, per cent off tho regular list
ANo n lull line of Tablo and 1 -elect Cut
cry, lM.ued, Itrltta iU. Table and Tea
Spoil)-, an.i Sutip Ladle- C.ime and see
lory ur-elvos. I). Ha-tman,
.'l-2vtf. Cor. Mxth ,t Com. Av.
Ornci: or thi: .Vi:w Oiii.i:i.n
ii: Ni:w Oiai:tN. Si.
it ClltCAliO liAtt.llOAH.
mo, I li.., Arm I. tl. 175. J
On and after the date- nt' thH notlec
hotel runner- will not bo allowed to ply
their vocation on board the trains oi
eotiii;uiy nrrlvlnfr at f'ulro. Thi
rule will ho riiui.. . .,r.rr..i.
l--2t " 11. F. Itt.i i:. Airi'i.t.
The .cre of IMseoter.v
IV. Winter, the artist, I nbout to pre
sent to the citizens of Cairo a new pic
ture, with all the coloring of real life.
The nieatii of workiujr theso ehannliij;
and life-like pictures will not h ttitli
held from tho public. The modus optr
awii I- as fellows : On tho rlht hand
ide of thu camera U attached a mill
which contains tho priinatii: colors in a
pulvetized -tuto. As thu colors pass Into
the camera they arc received by a fan
wheel which keeps tho atom, in
motion. The photographic plate, while
wet, H then placed In the camera the
liter bflnp in position. Tho IuiiuIIh ol
the mill ii tfciuly turned. The cap ol
tube It t'cmoM'd, the imaj,'e ot the titter
licin; to form while palue; through
the colored iilino-pliere. the parliclea ot
du-t fallinjr ttheie they properly bclonjr.
hen, 1'resto! you have a beautiful pic-
lure of yourself or friend.
Mr. W. is al-o inaUliifr a picture called
the nonpareil, a beatttititl Mylc. suitable
for locket- ami miniature cases. Largu
assortment of the Litter on hand, (ial
ery open dally.
.ts ( lienpns llin 'lieiiIK"vt.
At the .N'uiv llariiori and Suddlu liop
No. 105 t'o in me iv I ;d Avontie, (old Auction
II. 'Use) jou can buy all juu want, Irom a
lne Ilarntmdown to a Inmu Krup, a
clieHp a at any oilier point. No use n w ot
troln ; to St. Louis or any other pi ice for
K oil Ir our lllic l all and (c.i us.
lit-.Vi1.2w. L. II. Akin fc Co.
Nprlnir ."Illilner.v (inoili
The MI'so MeOarlliy with to call the at--ntion
ol the ladles of Cdro and vicinity
otnelr l.ir"e n'oclv ul' siirlii" mi il .cry
Kooil, iiitt tirou,'lit t' this m rkct frmn
t'lillideliilila. i ho -toek coinprUe all tlm
latest (.tjlcn of ILttt, (Sonnet, flowori',
Itlliiioiit ami iriinnii1 g 01 an liinu, a urge
iuri tv nt lidlet' underwe r. hosiery, bolu.
Imekle, co.lar, ctlH, etc., etc. These
Kjods are o'lered at tlio lnwckt prices. I lie
Mls-et .McCarthy will bo lotind at Mm.
Sw.indct'nold -tanil on CummcreUI avenue,
between nightli and Ninth atrcet. 2 3-lw
Tnii-IIiim'trnxiiii 'r Nnle.
nu A1 waL'iui lor s.de at u bargain. Ap
ply nt the IH'LLKTIN couutlng-room. tf.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Ilniipy Holler for YiniiDf Men from tti
e tTectt of llrror and Abiuca In early life Stun
lioud tettoivl. Imidliucnta to .MurrlaRe removed-
New metlioil of trvulnient New and
reinntWablij remeille . Hooks and circular sent
free, In acaled cat'rloi. Aildnna, HOWAltl)
ASlOCIATION, IIU.V. Nllltll utreel, I'hlUJi'l
lhlii, l'a , an Institution having a high renuta
tlnn for honorable conduct and rofeailonat
I .iij, loo.l'U-cl.XiVJm
Monday, April 12th,
Grand Comedy Troupe.
Monday night will lie Precntwt the OrMli-.t
.tn.illnrl l'lay of Molcm Timet,
Or tho "Horo of Kentucky,"
In Kire Act", trrlllrn and arranj-ed bf
JOHN A. STEVENS,
I'layril tijr lilm throiij-hont Ihe Unlleil
.state with grcut aucre at Klrtt liro-lucfl In
eiv tnrk la-t venr, where it im pro
liounced tMh l.y tlie j.reet and J.ubllr
THE ACME OT BtJBLIMITT
Dauicl Boouo, John A. Stovons.
Ada, (Hoone's .Sweetheart) Carlotta.
Adalislon, 50 Cu BeietTed Se&ti, 73 Cti.
1 h llox Office. I now runn and eau mar I
Mviireil nt l llartman'a -lore fur the great i.lav
ul Iianlcl Hooiie, on the lw,ardr next ilomtav
O-f'or ftirthvr inrtlculan -ee mall blllt nud
M. I'. 1.LKIN, General Agent
Ortlliiiineo ,o, too.
ANOltDI.VA.NCKto Kinen.l Ordlnante No ',
intltol ".tu Ordinance creutinir the office,
nml .rovldlnif fur Iheeliction nr cityat.et
for, unil ab. hlng ttici.ilicenfcliyconii.lrol
leran.l iiiierlntciutcnt ofntrit."
Ileltonlniuel tiy Ihe city council of the city ol'
.s-wtiov 1. 'I hat all of Section numbered one
(I) or Or.lln.ince. numbered 90, l- ami the aarnc
It hereby stricken out
Aiiriitri April Slh, le7i.
... . JOHN WOOD, Mayor.
Attet 1 im. Iv H.VUKI.s, Clerk.
Townihlp Election Notice.
OS .aturday, April lOtlr, 1ST, at the Arab
KriKlne liou-e, on Cummerclal avenue, op-x-lte
Seventh tlnrl, it it flcvtlon tn 111 beheld
lr onetrutci' of echoolt lor lown.lilp No.
Seventeen, It . one we-t, In A lexnniler coun
ty, llllni.h The pollt will oiwn nt nine o'clock
ii in , ai.. I cb.e at o'clock p. m.
Ilronltrof H'wnlof Inislivt.
17-l-fl-dll loirn-hlp Trra-urcr.
A I.I. whonre lnlereteil will take notice that
the unilertlsaeil vrill I at the fullowlng;
lili.eji and pl.ice- Inr the collection of Ihe state,
county and other taie- of the tear l7l
In ninth Cairo precinct at the real estate office
of John 0 llaimin A Co , corner sixth and
Levee ftieett. nu ll.c lulh Inat
North Cairo precinct al the Court House on
the l.'tn Inat. unit until the tlllreiith lint.,
wheu a.veitiM:iiiint of real ebUle will be made.
AI.KX II lltVIN. Lountv Collcetnr
fniro, HI.. April 1st. ItTS. 3 l-l-It.
SpcciQl Aascssmont Notice
PUIH.IC NOrKU la hereby given th.it the
Circuit ami i oiinty courts of Alexander
County, have renneieil Juilirment foranxflal
at-ei-incnt upon ir.iK;rt) U'Dtilll.-l by the fol
lowuu; inipiovement, viz (iravelliur Ohio
l.evrvtrel I'rorn fourth lo Fourteenth street-,
at will inure fully a.i-ar from tlie certllU-1 copy
of theju.lifnienta on 11 le In the olllce of the Clerk
ofthecltyor Culror that a warrant for the col-
lee.riiiti ol tucn s..u.mciiu u nilDC nanus oi me
uuuertinneii. All erwins Intereateil air hertoy
nntllleil In cull unit pay the umounU uaaesteu. at
the collector's olllce, No lis Commercial avenue,
within thirty day from the ilatc liereor.
latlthit l3Uiday ufMurch, A 1). IS75.
11. V UI.AKK.
City Treat ami Kx-oQlclo Collector
Special Aiteiiment Notice.
"VTOTIfK If hereby jrlvcn to all limom nter
! ettl, that the City Council of Ihe Cltv of
Cairo htvlni; niilercl that the follnwlnit iunie.1
sl.letv.ilka be built and rei-nnstructed New side,
walk on the northerly tl le of ."Seventeenth street,
between Commercial iivenneaiul I'oplar street,
and on the toiitherly nldu ol Thirteenth atreet,
lB-tween Wa.hinirtonavaiiue and Walnut atievt,
reconstnict.-t aldewalk on the westerly tldeof
r,,.ni..-ii.i ixeniie, betwin sixteenth and Sev
enteenth street, have npplleil to the County
I'ourt of Alcx.in.lercoiinty, forun ataetsruent ol'
thecovt of said improvements according to xnt
lltt aud an assessment thereof huv inglieen made
nnd returned lo said court, the Una! hearing
thereon wilt lie had ut the July term
or kU court, commencing on the lith
day or July. A I . 1S75 All peitont de
siring may then and there appear nnd make their
Cairo, III-., March 31st. A. I.. s73.
JOHN II. liOSsMAN,
JilHN I' HKI.Y,
Caiiio, Ills , Marc-! Isth. lsTS S
"VTOTICK It hereby given, that on Tuesday the
TT1 -,"J,l.UY",r.A,rl.1 A'u ."'Vgeueral ilit;
lion will lie held 111 tilt City of Ulro, Alexander
County, State of Illinois, for the election or the
tollowilli; named cltv outers. In.irll A iniiv.ir.
a city cleik. n cltv treaiurer, a city attorney, a
city m-essor, and onenldernun from each ward,
for the term of two years, l'or the punio-et ol'
Mild election. jlt will ItrniKn-il al ihe lollon
lug IMiut-l (.laces, to- Il In the First H Hnl at
Ihe brick butlncis home lately occupied by I,"
K Davit, on the Southerly aide of sixth ttrit t,
lietwcen Comrnercliil and Wiishlngton annuesi
In the second Ward nt the engine linu-e of the
Kniigh nnd Heady Kile couiunyi In the Third
t unl nt the cngiuehoufe nt'ihe lllbemiau Flu
coniian i in Ihe Fourth Wan! at the Court
llousei undln tin Finii Want ut the hou-eof
M s. siilllvuu, on Ihe North-west comer of
Twenty-llllh stntt and Commercial avenue
said vfeellnn will be onisl ut eight o'clock lu
the morning, and continue oa'ii until seven
o'clock in the afternoon ol that . Liy
Ilv onlcrofthe t'liy t'ouncll.
tVII.L K HAWKINS, Cit Clerk
Special Aneiiment Notico.
PUBLIC notice Is hereby given that the
county court of Alexander county has ren
dered Judgmml tur a sixx'ial a-susnieut upon
Ihe properly benefitted by the reconstruction of
the following sidewalks, vU.
South aide of Fourth street, Ijctwtcn Washing
ton and Commercial ;n enuei vvestsldeof Wash
ington avenue, from Fourth to Flllh streetsi
en-t side of Wusliliigton avenue from Filth to
sixili stiit.isi norm side or turn street from
Wellington lo Commercial avenues; north aide
nf eventh from Walnut to westerly lini of Lot
11, lllocku) north aldeof Kiev erith from Wash
ington avenue to Walnut strict! east side of
l'ophir street, l ttween UivUion and Twenty
second strectst soulli sldeof Twinty.tlrsl strstt
from 1'opl.ir In sycamore streets south side of
highth street betwien Washington and Com
mercial avenues ; east side of Washington ate
iiue from Klghthto NTnctb ttrvelst north sldeof
L'lghth.lt'tween Washington avenuo and Walnul
sticetj south sideof seventh, bctwivn Waahlng
tan iivenueand Walnut stmt, as will more fully
uppear from the certlilctl eopy of the Judgment
on tile In the oltlce of the city clerk of the city of
Ciilrot that a warrant for the collection of such
asseismcnts it in the hand of tha undersigned.
All )ivrsous Inteitsttd ure hereby notmeu to call
ami jiay the -.mounts scsted, at the collector'
olUce, No Ui Commercial aienue, within thirty
days from the dale hiieof II F III.AKK,
t liy Tnasiirerand Kx-otllclo Collector.
H.Vf.l this Jlat day of March, IK75.
BY virtue of ar execution tome directed by
the clerk of Hit circuit court of Alexander
county, tn the stale of Illinois, In favorof I'avld
HulU and against ll-ntist Hnlsten, I hate levied
upon Ihv following tlescrlbcil prorty, in the
county of Alexander and slale of Illinois, to
wt Ihiisoulhwest ipiarterof section twtnty
slx 120), In township tllleen (lJ south, and In
range two vtc-t of the llilnl rrinrituil meridian,
utrhe property of the said llaptist llolsten,
which 1 will oiler at public stleat the southwest
door ot theeourt-houe In the city of Cairo, In
the county of Alexander and Slate of Illinois ou
Hit 3'Jlh day ot April, A !.. IfTS, at the hourot"
eleven o'clock, n m.,for ruth, to aatltfy said
execution At.F.X II lltVIN,
sherln'of Alexauder County, Illinois.
Cairo, Illinois, April eili, 1874.
IVa..u-l-, win 'rUilI4Ml.ill
Cl-rul CsUsdl SlllMl .S.m. fmM i
Muain 3 muss Cm, tti lvsoif , K. Tti