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SECRET SOCIETIES
AHl'ALOX I.ODUK. .NO. 61.
h Knights on'ylhlns, mwUory tr
il 0y tilKlit nl Imlf-I'i't seven, in Odd
V Kcllutt.' Hall. U ".
CllSIICCllor luminal"'".
At.l'.XANDKU t.Ol5.
IndctM-n'leiit Order or Oild-Kel-flown,
meet every il'tirsdnr night
i im(r-ii:ttrri'ii. In their hall on
I'oiniiirrclul ovoun, lietwceit fdxtli uml Seventh
liircls .John II (Jimsn an, N. II.
CAIItO i:SCAMP.Mi:ST, I. O. O. P., meets
In UiM-Fclluw' Hull tin Hie llntiiiid third
Li..l.it In every month, lit liulf-iitMt even.
I It Nl.ll'X. !. I.
A CAtUOLOnUR. NO.lOT.A.K. A A. til.
llnlil rt'gulnr cuiiiinuntmtlonn in .Ma
sonic Hull, corner lonunorcl.il incline
'nnd Ululilh street, on tin- second hikI
oitith Monday oft-HCli niunlli.
LOCAL NOTICES.
Wniif iil--Niilmmnii.
A good, energetic, young oriiildillc-ngcd
mm. Ajip'iy I" pcrion to 1. K. UiMitiett, ul
llnwe Ma.hllio Olllce. l-ll-ll.
"roll Supply.
Mr. 1'. Fltgcrald lift"" Jut received nml
inn on sale at his sales room u largo stock
it Hngll-h ale, porter, llrtmcy brandy
jiul wlticx, nml lliiior!i of all kinds, which
n will dispose oral reasonable price-.
isO-U-W-tf.
Hiilut (imrlr.
(lood single room im thu upper llonr at
.ho Saint diaries tan ho had, with board,
t tlic very low rato of $30 per month.
Notice of Itrninviil.
Tlio wolhkr.own barber shop, corner
Dghth anil Cuiunerclal, prertded ovsr by
'.ho popular nrtlf-t, (Icorgo Stelnhnmc, ha
rcmovcil oiiu loor miilli mi Commercial, In
:lic Oraml Central Hotol. Tlio now shop I
nrr,o mill rouunidiolis, oml thoso wishing
for aiiy'ldng nrtltlo In tlio way of f.idilon
iblo hair cutting, miiooUi shaves, etc., will
Id will to vail at thu (Hand Central liarlier
ihop. "l-S-in-tf.
rinnn mill Org-nti Tuning.
Mr. M. ICillmo dclres us to nay that liu Is
ready to rccelvo orders for l'lano uml Or
jnn tuning, and repairing niusleal Instru
menu. Orders may lie loft nt tin; corner ol
Thirteenth and Walnut streets, or 1'. O.
llor WW, nnd will receive prompt attention,
H3-a.10.3nK
((iirritHiviirc,
I have Just received tlio largest asnrt
mentor (jticcnswnra and Olanware, of tlio
best quality, wliicli, having bought for cash
direct from tlio Impcrtors nnd Manufactu
rers, I urn enabled to sell nt prtcjs wliicli
defy coiiipctltlnu, :
Whlto (iraiuto IIroukl:i-t l'hito GOc per set.
White Orantto Cups and Sim-
eers, without handle, - Wo per set.
Whlto Granite Cups uml Fnu-
ccrs, with handle', - - 7ro per set.
Large (Hats Goblet, - Mc poreot.
Large (Ibus Tablo Tuinlers, :Wc per not
1 Invito everybody to call nnd examine my
dock of Queen nnd (Unaware and com
pare prices.
I luvo nhojust received a largo Invoice ol
Table and Pocket cutlery, Silver l'lntedund
llrlttnnla Table and Ten Spoons nnd Soup
Ladle. Dan IIaiuman,
3-23 tf. Cor. Sixth & Coin. Av.
llo uml Sec llcr.
Landlords ol hotels and boarding hou'es
will Uml ft to their sdvantngo to call upon
Mrs. Coleman, Laundress, No 12 Kourlh
Mrcct, botwceti Waiihlngtuti nnd Commer
cial avenues. Hotel mid boardliig-hoiiio
washing, "5 cents per dozen. For plcco woi k
pr.'ces aro as lollows: Slnglo tlilrt and col
lar, 10c; per dozen 80c; aock fic; two col
lars, Be; two handkerchiefs, Be; vckt.s i!0cj
and all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per
dozen. Lidlcs' dresses, '-!' to fiOe;
skirts 10 to 2i)c; drawers 10 to 10c: two
I nlr hoso fie; two collars fi to 10c. For hi'
dies' plain clothes SI 00 per doen; lor la
dlcj lino clothes, 81 '!. per dozen; done
droiuptly, nnd promptly delivered. 1'a
trouago solicited.
.Millinery l mills.
Mr. Hull, has the Urgent Millinery Store
In the city ol Cairo, with a large stock of
.Millinery floods of all the latest fashions
und style of Ladies', Misses' nnd Children's
hats, nnd Ladles' bonnets, trimmed or tin
trimmed, nil of which bavo been earofully
selected, nnl. bought at the veiy lowest
Cash Prices at the four dlfferc nt markets
St. Louis, Chleigo, Cincinnati und New-
York, and which she will offer for silo nt
uost. Now Is your cbanco to get your
Huts. Call and too her hclorc jou pur
cluso ut other phces. She has n tiuo as.
nortuicntol Lullcs,' .Misses' nnd Children's
Shoes, nil undo to order, that this will oiler
for salo tlfy per cent cheaper than can bo
boiielitat nny othor place In tlio city of
Cairo i alto, a vat let' of other nollors.
Miih. M. C. IIui.tz,
Washington avenue, bctwocn Tenth and
Elcvcnlli Hreets. 4M1.I3-Im,
Tftkc -Vollro t Tlilsi.
nm prcpnrcd to lumtsh to ctiktomcrs
Hoots nnd Shoes, of us fine material, ns neat
In lit und choup iu piicu as can bo procured
by permitting speculative persons, or men
not thoumakcH having frlcud-ihoemnkcrs
living lo the East, to send lor thcni. I ask
banker, public olllccrii, uml other persons
to take notice ol thM unbouticcincnt.
make Hoots and Shoes In any Myle mid of
uvcry iiiallty. (Iivo mo u trial.
Itemeiubnr tlio location of my shop
Twentieth stiect between I'opiar street and
Waihlngton avenue, uctr tho Court House
iii MS-f. W.M KlILKUh.
otlcc.
1 have received a largo consignment ol
llioso celebrated "Domestic" Sewing Ma
clnnoj, mid liopu to horcnltcr supply tho dc
iiiand. 'Iho ojiho of my running short of
machines ''a tho Inability of the company
in supply the demand, It costs you nothing
to try thoic machines, Parties lu wnnt of
new maonlucs can test the Urat Klnr al
nil machines by leaving their orders to
"bring a machine," ut the ogency,
4-ll-tf. Hanno.n's IIookstoiik.
The llenrt I n tVoiiilcrfiil ,
thn valvos ol which open and iiluit seventy
or e'ghty times per lnlnuto. If an alcoholic
ttltnulaiit bo taken Into tho blood tho pump
works much faster, and thlsuunutitruUpccd
Wcais out tho vital uuthluery. All tho In
toxicating nostrums advertised ns "tonics "
"renovators," "corrective," &a , produco
this disastrous cllcct, nnd hencn nil Intolll
gent Christians nrc thankful that Dlt.
WALKKIl'aVEUETAIILK VlNKOAIl HlTTRItB
aulnvlgorant and Alterutlvo without a
sting li everywhere tttpplanllng these
proprietary poisons. 4-13 4w.
Two-IIorso WnKou For Niile.
A now wagon lor tale at bargain, Ap
ply al tho Hui.i.iiTiK ooiiutliig-room. tf.
gfte ltiitin.
CITY NEWS.
SL'NDAY, AIMUli 1H, 1875.
AXXOIIXt'KMVXTN.
For Mayor.
Mn Kniron At theaollcltatlunof many cltl-
zetn, 1 announce myseir in n caiuinute lur
Mil) iir, nt tlic rnsuluK Municipal election
W. II. MUltlll.S.
For City Clerk.
Ihnron Ilt'LLkTix: Please announce inenii
iimllilulf- fur re-election tti the nltlceiil LltV
C'lvik, at Hie cutiiiiiKClifirtor rli-vtloii.
11,1, IV. IIAIt 111.15.
Lkitoii IIl'LLktin: t'lriiKc nntioiiiife nip i n
I'jiiiill'lnli' lurlluMillU'i'orclty Clerk , at tliern
filing iniuilclml ilrillnn.
ii.ii, rur..iv.ii .i.ii.r.i,
Mil. I'.IHTOtt. At ttiFsnlicitatlon nf innny citi
zen 1 Hitmitiiirc lnvuplfiifl ii cjiiiillilnlc fur Hie
nlllcr or City Urik.ut I lie ensiilnir tniiiilclruil
clutlnn. JAMK-j.NOlT.
For Treasurer.
llv Hie n-iiirit of tunny clllcni I announce
nii Bi ll hi h eiinilliliitc fur Hie olllce of I Icn-lMvr.
ut tlieeibtuinifclly I'Ui'lloii.
i..iii.i ui.mi.i'. i
.Mn. Ilnitoii: 1'lcftiT nniiiiiincc Ilie in n canill-
il.ile rorri-elecllon li IlieiilUceiif C'lly Tiinimuvr,
nl thceiiulng inunlclp.il t lrctliiii.
11. t . 111. .MM..
W iiif niitlutrlf m! In uniKiiiiicc 1IAMIC W.
STKWAUTiKiieiiiulliUle fur the olllccnr CIIV
Tirnurci', ul lliei'iiHUlnK rlmrler vlivllnn.
For Ctty Attorney.
We hit iiulliinliitl to iinniituicc JUMTICi;
It. CtJ.N.NIMillAMiti acauilldatc lur II y Al-
tortic'', nt Ilie riimiliiK Hum Icipul Irctlou,
KiitTim llui.i.F.rii : I'Iciim' iiiimitinci' ineima
riiiiilldalelar the nlllci'iif ( lly Alloiney, at the
nulling inimiciimWlcellon, unit oMIkc,
iiftifc.iiu. ii. iti.t i .
For Aldormon.
AW nr.. iiiilliiirleil In illlllillllice .ir.WI'.rr
WII.L'OX an n iwnllilnle fur AMciinnii I rum the
Klmt Want.
Ai ilinxilli'lliillmi nf lunnv clllrrus I lieirhv
minim. ic nijrrll iii n caniii l ite for re-elclliiii lis
Alilcrimin fioin Ilie 'llihil Wiinl.
IWII.N .MCI. I..N.
We are niillinrleil In iiiinotinci tlielntuie nf
(JIIAIil.l'S I.ASt'AH'l i:U ii ii cjiniliiliilc for Al-
ilennmi nfllie Filth Ward, nt tlic finning liiiuil-
iml fifi'iinn.
CIIAItt.KSH. I'A IICIt niilhiir res us In an-
nnniicc It I iti us a cjindlil.ile fur AMi'inun nfllie
Knurl i an I. ut tie nMiiiiMiiuiiiclii.il rite-
tlnn.
I IWc Mr nuthnrlfil In announce Hint CKOIMJI'.
VIH.'I'.M Mill e a rami line uti le eli-ulnif
niiinlclp.ileleclliiii, fur Alileruun I'rom tlic l-'lrut
w mil.
WeareiuillKirlicil In iiiimnincr I'ATItH K II
('OKI UKAN us ii ciiuilldiile for Aldrnniili I'rcim
Ilie rillh Waul,
II. K. I'AIIKlMt Is auinillilute far A Merman of
the '1 hint Wan I, nt HicciihiIiik charier election.
We uie inilliorl'cil In nnuoiiiicp .IUIIK C
Will i i: as it camllilale for Alihl'liiiiu f Ilie
nirth nnl
I.ncnl Weather Iteporl.
Caiiio, III., April 17, IsT.L
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TI10.MAI5 JONLM, Fuel. S. S., U. H. A.
t'ou nly dm re.
Tlic Alexander county court, .ludge
llros presiding, will commence on Mon
day, the llilh Inst., at the court house in
this elty.
Til i nu r II.
On Tuefday the people of the elty will
determine, who fchall bo Mayor, Clerk,
Treasurer, nml Aldermen of the elty.
They tdiouhl be eareftil to select good
men. Think ot it, ami vote wisely.
Lecture.
1). T. Llnejrur, Kml, will lecture Ihls
ovuninirnt the Liberal Itollxloiis ball.
The nubile aru Invited. Mr. Lineimr Is
mi able lecturer nml will no doubt say
many thlnjs that will ploaeniid Instruct.
I.ONl.
Iletwcen Winter's How anil tlio IIullV:-
tis olllce, i-oinewliere on Flftwnth street
it U believed, a pair of gold hpeclacles
The Under will Ik rewarded by returning
the si me to the lk'l.Lr.Ti.N olllce. lit,
i:ni'iiiiiiineiit .Vollco.
I'lio ofllceis ami members of Cairo
Kiieampmeiit, I. O.O. F. are requested to
attend the regular meeting of tho Lodge,
on Tuesday evenlnjr. April 20. Work
under (llspciiPtitiou in all thu degrees
VMting Patriarchs aru cordially Invited
to meet with u. By order ol the Lodge
K. A. lluii.Nr.rr, fjeribu
IvIlKllMlt.
.Services will be held at the Church of
the ItcdiTincr to-day, at 10:11(1 a.m. ami
7:!!0 p.m. Sunday school at .'I a.m.
There will be tho usiinl servico at thu
MctliodUt ehureli ut 11 a.m. and 7:110
p.m. Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
after the sermon this evening. The ser
vices will be conducted by J lev. C. li
Cllneci" Mmlon.
4.'iiniiiiittcH' nun.
.Mr. P. II. Corcoran t proposes to give
.'Candidates' Hull" nt his house, corner
Thirty-fourth and Ohio levee, next Mon
day night, April ID, and promises a llrst
class time, with plenty ol enjoyment for
all who participate. Conio one, conic
nil. Candidates ami your friends, meet
and Improve the time. A good strln
hand will lie In atteudaiicu for the benefit
ofthoMswlio wish to trip tho light fan
taslle. 1-1 Wt
TotliiK on llolli Nlioulilers.
.Mr. inter Is a ilouble-ilenllng man
He has lllll Scott, tho colored saloon
keeper, out on tho war path denouncing
Mr. Morris, and assuring the colnredjmeii
that If Morris should bo elected an Irish
man w ill bo appointed City Marshal, and
to conciliate tho Irish, damns tho colored
men. He intends to uo tlicso elements
to get into office, to mako tools of theni
but we know he cannot iwe them In this
way.
Ncheel'H Hull.
A goodly number of ladles and gentle
men, tho friends of thu St. Patrick's He-
ncvolcnt Society of this city, assembled at
Scheel's Hall on Friday evening to par
tlclpato In thu ball given by tho members
of that society. Dancing was tho prlncl
pal mniiseiueiit of the evening. Isen
burg's string baud was in the orchestra
and furnished tho most soul-stirring inn
kIo for tho dancer, whlto a largo majority
of thu candidates In thu Held for thu of
uccsio do given away uy tlio people on
Tuesday, were kept busy button-holing
every man who was supposed to bo a v
ter. 'ino uaii throughout was a very
pleasant one, uverylhlng pausing olf ijul
cllj ami harmoniously,
A Cnril I'm in lily .MMnslinl M'llnlr.
llniioit IIuu.kiin: I wish to statu Hint
1 nut not uml will not lie Iti any cxlRciiry
ii wtntlliliito for roappolntincnt to Hid of
fice of City .Marshal. I have ilonu my
tluty ami (lica-foru havo aetlvo I'lieinlcs
mul few iictlvu lileiiiN, mill lliu iiooplo
who object to the mfotvemrnt ol' tlio or
illiiaiieos nro lUM-rtlii)? lis it iciison why
Mr. MorrU shoiihl not bn I'licteil
Mayor, Unit I will bo npiiolntril I'lly
Maifhal. Mr. Morris luu in.nto uo jiroiu
Ises to ino, ami to ivlluvu lilm outltvly of
my woIkIiIi I licreby ileclare that I inn
not, nml will not be it eanillilati! lor City
Marshal. I tlo not wish the olllco, and It
Is my Intention to k Into other husltii'M
than that of mi ordinance enforcer,
whether Mr. MorrU or Mr. Winter Is
eleetetl. Willi oi McIIai.i:.
(J.uito, Illinois, April 17, l.S7.i.
I'll ii urn I Nnl Ire.
The funeral of thu tale Thomas !!, .Sill
llviiu will take place on Hiind.iy ailcr
iHiiiii, , 'it I o'clock, lioni St. I'alrlck'M
ehureli. I'rleiiiU of the family Invlleil.
4'nlro Oiiironllii.
A liereloforo miiiouueeil, the I'alro
Concordia will give u musical entertain
ment at KIiikuV hall, oiito-niorroweven-
, to the loveri of Jrood music of this
lly. In addition to the musical enter
tainment, Kltenlmrc'fi .string band will be
on hand, ami (iirnMi music l'orllioowlio
iiy have a desire to tlanee. I'leketii ol
idmUslon can be ohtaiueil at T. 11. .Sclmli's
tlrii utore, and at .1. Kelilcslner's ple
ture gallery.
Tluil Trmiiiel.
The innuiipTN of the (lermnn Lutheran
liurcii fair have eauvnsscil the .elty nell-
H voles on tliu trumpet no Hiiecessfully
that It will bo presented to thu company
reei'IvliiK tlio majority of vote, next
Monday aflernoon nt !l o'clock, ut the
Arab enjlno house. Any member of
imy lire company ile.nrlnj; to do i, can
'five their vole at Hiiiler llro.a., .1. t.l.
Iliu.'ls' bindery, or at Andrew Lohr.i, on
Iglitli Ktreet. A member from each lire
company will be present at tlio opening
of tlio ballot-box.
Tim Cnllefi Hop,
The calico hop given by the Panic Club
it the ht. Charles Hotel on r riday even
ing, thu 10th lust., was a success. At an
arly hour the Invited guests began to ar
rive, nnd by tlio Ihno set lor tho proces
sion to march to tho ball room, about
thirty-live couples of the gay young hi'
Hies ami gentlemen ol this city Had ar
rived, and were impatient to enter thu
Held ot pleasure arranged for them. The
excellent string baud of Harry O'llrlen
was hi walling in the hall, ami when the
procession had been formed, commenced
inarch, to which the gay party Kept step
mid entered thu hall. Dancing was Im
mediately begun, and wa mi uninter
rupted season of enjoyment until u hit
hour, when the party was brought to
close. Altogether tlio hop was onu of
the most pleiLsaut of the season.
Ilnrrl' i:ceiilou.
Tho execution of Travis Harris, at
Commerce, Missouri, who was sentenced
by the Scott county, Missouri, circuit
court some four weeks ago, to be hung
on the 10th of this mouth, for tho mur
der ol his father-in-law, took placo on
Friday. From Mr. llrccio, a gentleman
who was present ut tlio execution, we
iru that this Is not tho llrst man who
siillered death at tho hands ot Harris, but
that he was licensed of killing another
person, mid had been iu some way al
lowed to go without punishment for It.
Mr. Ilrecse says that while on the scaf
fold, the doomed man was
perfectly cool and collected, evincing
Iu uo manner any dread of the horrible
fate which was In store lor him. lie
maintained thu same stolid ludltlereiicu
throughout, until thu drop tell and he was
launched into eternity. It is said that
there was a very strong effort brought to
bear upon the governor of .Missouri to re
prieve Harris, but It was of uo avail, In
consequence of which, tho throng In nt
tenilaueu at the execution was very
boisterous, mid It was feared that serious
trouble would ensue. Harris Is said to
have many wealthy friends and relatives
hi Scott county, who also niadu every ef
fort to havo his punishment changed from
death to Imprisonment, but they could
not save him.
THE ELECTION.
Judge anil Clrrkx Appointed by
tlio
.si ii y or.
At the regular monthly meeting of thu
elty council, held on Tuesday, April tl,
1S75, the mayor nominated mid the conn
ell confirmed the following named gentle
men to act as Judges nnd clerks ot thu
charter election, to taku place on next
Tuesday, April 20:
First ward Judges O. W. McKcalg,
, O.Schuhmid L. W. Stilwcll; Clerks
Matt. Clarke and .las. H. Itcardeii.
Second ward Judges O. Lame, C. N,
Hughes and II. Meyers; Clerks A. Com
lugs mid A. A. Hay lies.
Third ward-Judge Walter F. Melvce,
F. Korstneyer and O. W. Henrlcks
Clerks M.J. Howley and John II. Gross
man.
Fourth ward Judges It. Fitzgerald
J. II. Metcalf and F. M. Ward; Clerks
It. S. Yoeuin mid W. IJ. FUher.
Fifth ward Judges 0. Unieanstcr,
Henry Stout and Johul'. (Inmblu ; Clerks
J. C. Talbot and Thomas Connor.
Free Hide.
Justice It. Cunningham will run wfr't
line of hacks to tho candidates' ball, to bo
given by P. II. Corcoran, comer Thirty
Fourth street and Ohio Levee, next Mon
day night. Thu hacks will run oviiry
hour, commencing at 8 o'clock. Tlio
route will be ni follows : Leaves corner
or Sixth street and Commercial avenue,
running up Commercial to Twentieth
street, on Twentieth to Washington, up
Washington to Thirty-Fourth, and out
Thirty-Fourth to Ohio l.evco und tlio
bull. t"lldate8 und their Iriciids ansnll
welcr jUlrcorhle. 4-17-21.
f .
8 ACRKD00N 0 F.HT.
Concert llalrnorillimry nl II io
lenr linn's.-.
Owlnir to circumstances which could
not be avoided, Iho regular conceit, giv
en every Sundayevenlngby Mr. IMmiuul
Ilitclner, proprietor ot lite Planters'
House, was postponed on last Sunday
night, but this evening, we nro re
ipii'sted to slate by Mr. Uiiefncr, he
will again oiler his menus nun tn. citi
zens In general one of the llnest musical
treats that has ever been known In the
history or Cairo. The Kl-cnburg concert
troupo has been engagedfortheiiccaslon,
and will dlscour.soinnsle,of the llrst char
acter for the amusement and pleasure of
the friends who may wish to attend tho
performance. A fresh and large
supply of Sehllt.'s excellent Milwaukee
beer has arrived by express from .Milwau
kee for tho event, which will be
served up Iu the most approved stylo to
thoe who am fond of Iho beverage.
Ilesldes this, a supply ol the most pala
table edibles that the market of the city
iillbids, will boat the command of the
guests, which may be had at any time
during the evening. All In all, this will
lie thu concert ol the season. No one
should fall to attend.
Illlml Tom.
For the second time In the history of
Cairo, wo are called upon to announce to
the people that the worhMamcd llltud
Tom, the musical prodigy of the nine
teenth century, and tho greatest per
former upon the piano thu world has ever
known, Is again booked to appear at the
Atheneuiii on next Friday evening, tho
'.Mill Inst. Since the appearance of this
wonderful blind boy hi Cairo, some four
years ago, he has made an extended tour
through liurope, appearing before thu
Queen of Kuglaiid and other crowned
heads, and aNo audiences In all tlio cities
of that country, and has been tho icclpl
enl ol the most Mattering encomiums
from both. Since his vUlt to this elty,
we nro Informed by thu agent, Tom has
greatly Improved lu his thrilling and
wonderliil performance upon tho piano,
mid he Is now even more ol a prodigy
than then. To thosu of the cltl.cns of
Cairo who may wish to be present at the
entertainment to Ik- given by Illlml Tom
on Friday night, we would suggest that
they secure their seals at an early dale,
lu order to avoid the rush that w ill be In
evitable when thu doors aro opened.
Itcv. Itr.
Tlinyrr sail Hie
lij Irry .
4'nlrii I'rii.
The Presbytery of Cairo met at Anna
a few days ago. From a report ol Ilie
proceedings published by Parson Luce,
of the Carbonthilo OUrrver, wo fako tho
following:
"Itev. Thayer, late of Cairo, forwarded
his reipiest to have the pastoral relation
between himself and the church nt Calm
dissolved, mid tor a certificate "I dismis
sion from the Presbytery of Cairo l
that of Vlnccnn "s, Indiana. Ah It ap
peared, from the gentleman's letters, that
both thu church at Vlnceiiiiesaml himself
hud acted lu a u-ry disorderly unpres
bytcrlau maimer, bis letters weru submit
ted to a cnmiiilltef, whoso report was that
the ehureli of Vliiicnnes hud acted im-
prc-bytorlally lu calling Dr. Thayer iht-
sonaliv. wlillu lie was pasioroi auoiuer
church : all calls must pass through thu
bands of tlio Presbytery, imil tho atten
tion of the Presbytery of Vlnceiiiies was
railed to me action oi ineir ciiurcn. nr.
I'liavcr has been guilty of something ap-
proxliuatlng to ecclesiastical bigamy,
making arrangmeiil for marriage with a
new spouse, while undlvoreeil from the
old one."
Nollec.
Illinois CicNTiiAi, Uailuoad Company I
AdKNi'rt Ori'iCK, Caiiio, Apr. i,,is,ii.
To nccnminoilntu those wishing to attend
tlio Odd Po'lowa' Cetehrutlon ut Jnneshoro
on April Until, the I. C. It. It. will nm un
Excursion Train, leaving Cairo at 8 n. in.
arriving at Anna nbotlt UsIS a. in. Itcturii
lng, will lenvo Anna at ru'Jd p. in., arriving
ut Cairo uhout7:0& p.m. Excursion tick
ets will be sold (or round trip nt I. C. It. It.
ticket olllce. .Ias. .Ioiinhon,
Agent.
MB-dtd. Still Copy.
Uencrnl llrni.
Olllcer Woolen reports everything
inlet lu thu upper part of town.
Thu leveu was lively yesterday,
business being active throughout thu
day.
Custom made ladles' nnd children's
shoes, all guaranteed, for sale at tho low
est prices, at J. llurger & t'o.'s.
An amusement troupe, under tho
nmiiu ol "Jack and Jill," will appear at
thu Athenetun within a few days.
Summer silks ol the very best tjual-
lly, prices ranging from (!." to 00 cents
per yard, may be found at J. Hurger
& Co.'s.
The funeral of Thomas li. Hulllvun,
who died so suddenly on last Thursday,
will taku place to-day at onu o'clock.
A llttlo child of Dr. Smith's fell down
a flight of stairs a lew days ago, but for
tunately no serious Injury was done.
J. Hurger & Co, have the most Ix-au-tlt'ul
assortment of embroideries mid la
ces In thu city iJ? Cairo, retailed at whole
sulu prices.
The physicians are doing a good
business In vaccinating children of Ihls
city, though there U no small pox lu
town.
Tho llnest selection of dres goods of
the very latest stylo and all the new fab'
rlcs sold at prices which defy compel!
tlon, at J. llurger A Co's.
Another sacred concert Is booked at
thu Planters' house for this evening, ami
Uiiefncr will maku things pleasant for
his friends.
Slnglo button kid gloves, good qual
ity, r,0 cents, double button kid gloves,
superior quality, 7t cents. Call and hco
them ntJ. Hurger A Co's.
Several lights took place lu town
yesterday, which Is an Indlwillon that
election day Is near at hand. No onu
was seriously Injured.
J, Hurger & Co. havo tho largest
stock ol parasols, umbrellas und sun um
brellas In Cairo, Chlldrcn'sparsolsativ
markablv low prices. These articles nro
going oil' rapidly, mid ladles should Mill
before the best of the stock Is gone.
It Is said that since Wind Tom's last
visit to this city some four years ago, )w
has Improved In his wonderful perform
ances upon tho piano very much.
Next week the umueemviits for t'ulro
will consist of Wind T oin's iio.'foTiiiiiui'u
and Yankee Hoblnson's oltcuv They
nro tolh good shons and will Im well
(patronized.
Neck tics of the newest styles, hand
Miie makes and the finest assortment '
l in ftixi V.HII.-, in hit 1 1 1 II Ml 1 ill UK! vi iy
.teby J. Hurger A Co., at popu-
ii it) for
IM-i.,1K..II'j ,.. 1... '. I 1.. II... ..II..
I nr prices, TO boys had a bout ul Itstl
Tw o ni, 'ligtmi avenue yesterday
culls on Wash, ti separated below any
afternoon, but we.
bones were broken. oH'crlng a very
Stuart ,V Oholson I, ' at a great re
extensive stock of Itlbboin. Special In
duction from regular prluc. "''era buy
duccmeiit to dressmakers and oi
lug hi (inutilities. "S'ln
ltegular passenger trains will Ik
running between this city and SI, Louh
on Hie Cairo ,"fc St. Louis narrow gauge
railroad, to-morrow.
Ladles' mid children's while Mills,
braided ami embroidered ; linen suits of
all colors, can be found hi the city only
at J. Hurger .t Co's. Children's suits
from ft) cents to J..V, Ladles' stills tVom
$'J to $'10. '
The police Judges ol this city have
had mi unusually easy tlmo of It during
Hie past mouth. Hross only collected
tines to the amount of live dollars.
Wo call attention to the large ami
handsome slock of gent's furnishing
goods Just brought lo this clly by J,
Hurger t Co. These goods havo all
been selected with great care mid aru of
the latest and most desirable styles, mid
sold at bottom prices, (lentlemeii are
requested to call and scu for HieniHehes,
Hv itifcrrliig to auollicr column of
Ihls Nsue of the HfLi.UMN, It will Im seen
that Chief of Police Mellnle refuses lo
again become u candidate for tlio olllcobe
now lilts.
Thero will lie, It Is said, at lenst live
hundred neiiiito go from Ihls clly lo
Jonesboroou tho 'Jillli. to bo nrcM'iit at
Iho anniversary celebration of thu Odd
Fellows.
The houcl,cepers' department nt J.
llurger A Co's will delight Hie numerous
ladv customers of that lli iu. Tlio table
linens, towcllngs, napkln, sheetings,
pillowcase muslins, de. etc., are of all
kinds mid qualities mid thu prices within
thu reach of everybody.
Tho Liberal Heliglous Association
will give (bo last sociable to be given
under their ausiilcesllils season at their
hall next Wednesday evening.
An investigation of niirstnck nnd
nrlccs will convince all of our ability to
coinnete In nrlccs with iiuv hmtsii hi tin
trade. Wo uru working very cheap till
year. srUAiir i: ihiolm..
Caucuses uru now thu order of the
day. Thu friends of Urn candidates' lor
the varloius olltces can bo seen lu groups
upon every corner nnd place of resort In
Hie elty.
White goods, thu handsomest Hue
ever Drought lo mis city, including
Piques, N'aiisooks, Swiss muslins, tarlet
mis. etc... till selling at prices tower than
thu lowest, fur salo at J. Hurger & Co's.
Ladles will savu money by examining
these goods before purchasing elsewhere.
The day when tho struggle for thu
mayoralty Is lo Ixiilechlcil Is iiearat hand,
mid the friends of (he candidates aru im
proving tho Intervening days In hard
clcetionecilng.
Stuart & (iIioImoii aro showing Ilie
largest Hun of Parasols and Fans ever of
fered hi this clly ami at prices which
should command tho attention of every
purchaser. A visit of Inspection Is earn
estly solicited.
It Is said that the cold suapof Friday
night fron the peach blossoms, wliicli
iiiudo their appearance a few days since
in this region, ami It Is feared that the
crop U entirely destroyed.
The cold wind of yesterday kept the
promlnaders from taking their tegular
Saturday stroll, hut wo Mipposij 'hat
those who were kept hi yesterday will
mako up for the confinement to-day,
provided the weather will pri mlt.
What is going to bo done about
that Padiieah challenge? Thu time set
lor tho spelling match to take placo Is
only live days oil", and uo conclusion has
as yet been arrived at by our people,
Mellnle, lu UU card published iu the
.Vim of last night and Hui.i.kti.v of this
morning, says that It Is his intention to
enter Into oilier means ol gaining a live
lihood, mid ho will not under any cir
cumstances again become u caiiilhlalu for
tliu olllco of city marshal.
Mr. Jerry Wood Is now laigaged with
a gang of men In tho lower part of thu
city, driving spiles for tho track running
from tho main track of tlio Cairo .v HI.
Louis railroad lo the passenger depot to
bo built for that company
Thn cats lu the neighborhood of tho
Hum.): i in olllco nro beginning to come
out of their hiding place. Tho slpo wa
ter Is disappearing, mid (hoy aro begin
ning to once more revel In a feeling of
safety, unknown to lliem for the past
three weeks.
Mr. Frank Howe, a member of the
Paulo club, left this city a lew days ago
for Louisville Kentucky, wllh Ihu Inlen
tlon'of returning In tlmotoitttcud thn Cal
ico Hop at thu St Charles on Friday even
ing, and had got back on the return trip
as far as Padiieah, where ho was wind
bound, .thereby losing tho great treat
that the hopnllbrdcd.
Theru Is a dray load ol dead cats, all
of which eainu by their death at thu
hands of heartless youngsters, who tied
bricks to their necks mid toscd them
Into tho slpo water, lying at thu bottom
of tho water in tho vicinity ot Iho Hoi.
i.r.riN olllce, and, unles washed nway
bv tho water ns It goes Into Ihu sewers,
tliey will soon be exposed to thu rays of
the sun, and Huts secnttlio air hereabouts
with an odor qulto unpleasant
Tho Knights of Pythias did not mako
a fortune! out of tho complimentary bi n
cllt tendered thu order by thu Curlotla
comedy company, but Iho pcrformnncu
of tho troupo on that occasl.m was far
superior to any other affair of llku char
acter that has Ikhui witnessed by tho peo
plu of Cairo for years. Tho Cnrlotta
company deserved much more patronage
Irom our pcoplu than they received.
-Hpays to trade- ntStuarl& Gholson's.
They keep only thu best goods, mako
no misrepresentations, mark nil goods hi
plnln ilgures, sell nt one uniform price
mid aro determined to bo kept lmy, even
If the times nro hard.
Dr. William returned lo Cairo on
Friday front San Antonlo.Tcxa. He ex-
ivetcd to leave last evening for Com
merce, Missouri, on hi wnytoBt. Lout
and HI. Paul. His heallh Is much Im
provwl, and he Is coiilldent that lu the
coiiiseoriwo or three months hu will bo
nhlo lo resume the praclleo of dentistry
hi Ids old quarters. The doctor Is tnoru
lliau cvcreonWnced that there Ii no placo
like Cairo,
htuarl A. (Hudson are ofterlng mi
elegant line or mark Oienadlnes mid
oilier lulu styles of Spring and Summer
Dtvs UooiU, which ihcy oiler at ibeusu-
Uly low and nnllorin languor price,
'eh have given (hat establishment a
wh. Mlon of w hich Ihey may Justly fw
repuli.
llallcrcd. .... ,
toiler iiiii.
1 remaining uncalled for
List i.r letter it Cairo. Illinois. S.itur-
hi the Post Olllce.
lay, April 17, IS75,
lmiils' I.,
Itlvens
Mure.
Mdo Sarah. Itlvens
llniwn Susan. Iloomer 1,
'rn,
lomittou .lane C, Crablree Lai.
'olenian l.eltle, Casey l.llabet.
Clay Liielnda. Desmond v.lla.
ry Itaehel, Flehls.loscpliinc.
.ooncy I'annle. Mathews Matilda,
McMairraMrs. Powell Mis.
ijulek Kiumii. Itolengcr I.,
St. John Mary L, Smith Luclmla,
Sphlrodaue, Scarsli Minna.
WIlluowMaud, walker nairici.
Young Ada.
iiknilumun'm i.isi.
Alland.tl.) .1 Urn., Allen crank,
Anderson Jell. Hewly Hruce,
Heach 0. W., Hellslngcr John,
Harretl .las. II., Hales Win.
Clark Italian W., Calhili.ui John C
Collins Jack, Coales J. P.,
Clune Patrick, Coo Itussell,
Casey Zack. Davis K..W.,
Deny Henry, Dnney .loim i .
lid wards It. M lirwln Win.
Ferguson A. (I. Oainblo John It.
Ilogau (Ico., llogan John.
lames John, .Imison Hill.
James W. S. Kennedy Mr.,
Kccf Thus. Laiigdon J. W.
Mason C.C., Mass Jesse,
Mahoiicy J. Nail Josh.
OrcutA.J. Pinker T.J.
Koss Dan. Italbeke II.. I..
ItoacliJoliu, Ho las.,
Itouulrco J. K' IHI''.V ''iiiii,
Itels Leopold, Hubert T. J.,
Holloo W. .!., Hay Win.
Sheds Clias.. KubcrJolin F.,
Shrrreilan John, Sanborn J. II.,
Swank Jus. Thoinpon L. D.,
Thornton Thu, Turner Murlln.
Wade (Jen. II., 2 Wlggaus W.
IVi-doiis calling for Iho above letters
will p1eae say "Advertised."
duo. W. MoKi.Aid, P. M.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
-Joo Konuker Is now In full control of
thn Washington bakery, and having learn
piI Itin wiinlHiirtlio lUlhllc, la prepared lo
supply on call all dc mauds for French loaf,
Jloston, llrowu and (Iridium bread, mid
every Hi lng else orillunrlly lolllid In a llrst
classhakcry. Ho iiuilnUllis a full stock of
cnnfectiimorlrs, ami can, ns well as any
other dealer In the oily, llll all orders lu
Hint line, Cukea linked, frosted or orna
mented on short notion. Hpocla lattuiillon
given to the orders of wetMIng or plcnlo
partlc-. IMIMI.
1'or Ileul.
Two good residences on Twentieth street
near tho Couit House Also the Court
House Hotel, nt low rent. Inquire at II.
Mayer's Cigar Store. Jacoii Kl.itlN.
l-IO-lni.
llleiirliliiic, Ar.
.Mis. Huinbohl Is now prepared lo
bleach ami remodel alt kinds of hats, lu
the latest style; also trim. Coarse
braids, MJi!. Itesldencu Fifteenth street,
between Walnut and Cedar. t-HJ-'iw.
A .New Nlyle.
II, lllock, boot and shoemaker, on Klghth
street, between Wushlngrnii mil (.ouinier-
clal nvonues, hnsjutlraculved a now slj'ln
ol last, and Is now prepared to mako a boot
that, for neatness nod comfort, cannot bo
excelled, (llvo htm n call and cxumlnu
this uow style ot last. OI-WMm.
Attriillnii. Who Willi I II 7
A Hlngcr Huwlug Machlno, xory latest Im
proved, nearly new, wllh all attachments,
for sale very low on lousu plan, llvo dollars
per month unlll paid lor. Parlies contem
plating purchasing a machine should not
fall to soo this machine, (it
4-14 If. llANNO.S'H IIOOKblOUK,
Noilielllllltr '.
I have Just reel veil a complete assort
ment nf Class Shades nf all sles ami
shapes, unliable for clocks, wax Mowers,
etc., also Mica mid Chenille, mid plc
nlo and ladies' Traveling Haskets-the
largiwt stock ever brought to Cairo.
D. IIauiman,
Corner Sixth mid Coiiiiuerchil.
IMS-lf.
Alleullon, MereliniilH of tbn Slur
roiuiilliiK Country.
I have a full slock and can always fill or
ders on luoons;varo and UWiawaro at Kt.
Louis prices. Tho following U a list ot what
I havu on hand at present :
Lamp Chimneys, of ull kinds, by tho liar
rul, box or docn.
disss Lamps ot ull slzos ami kinds,
100 dlllnrrut styles and kinds of Ilnr
Classes.
Lamp Humors of all descriptions.
Ltimp-wlck, Peer mugs, (Hms Itoflectors,
Coal Oil Chandeliers, Cake Stands, (llass
Fruit ritimdi, and In fact every thing In tlio
Crockery and (ilssswaro lino,
1 will guarantee- to duplicate any bill
purchased in Ht. Louis and glvo equally
ns good an ussortment, as my stock Is com
plete lu all kinds of (jucsn and Glassware.
I also havo put up In cask for tho retail
trade, Itueklnghani and Yellow Ware, which
I will soil at 53 pur cent off tlio regular list
, piiccs,
... II nv.l.l. 1 Wa.VaI JI.i-
AI40 a lllll HUH Ul inuig mmtutiivi me
cry,' Plated, llrlttasla, Table and Tea
ftpoous, and Soup Ladles, Come and see
for yours'jlvos. D. IlAitTMAK,
i H-w-tr. Cor. Bixtu a con. ay.
The A nt ni.. -
. ,y;W;j";,U,0nflH Is about to Pre
jentto hocltlwn, ofc'slro a new plo
turc, with nil tho coloring 0f real lift
Tho menu. of worklug t,eM diarmlnir
and llfc-Hko pictures will not lw wt
held from tho public. Tho tno,lut optr.
niiiil Is as follows! On Iho right hand
sldu of tho camera Ii attached a mm
which contains tho prismatic color In a
pulvcilrid stale. Ai tho colors pass Into
the camera they nro received by a fan
wheel which keepj tlio atoms lu
motion. The photographic plate, while
wet, Is then placed hi thu camera the
sitter being In position. The handle of
tho mill Is gently turned, Thu cap of
tubo Is removed, the Imngu ol the sitter
begins lo form while passing through
Ihu colored atmosphere, the nartlclc of
dust railing where they properly belonjr.
When, Presto I you havu a beautiful pic
ture of yourself or friend.
Mr. W. Is also making n picture called
Ihu nonpareil, a beautiful style, suitable
lor locked mid miniature cases. Largo
assoiliucntof the latter on baud. Oal-
cry open dally.
LOOK HKHKI
M llnll, uM'.vrry IrltlM
AT
Fill!, II.HAUP'H.
Id-If.
ninrtidinllli Nlmp,
The old stand on Htstti slront. between
. niiiucrclnl nvontlo and Ohio Lovce, Is a.
ivii) ' rody lo do nny kind of work In Hi
tlH'ki.'nltli Una, making and repairing Wsk-
ins, lluClfh's and Drays. Kspeclal attention
U'cil to horao-ilioolng, as I make my own
iWn ; I an mako inun heavy or light.
list aa you doclre, lor you all know that th
koine Made alines nro tlio licit. Call round-
mil I ft ui Mini to glvo you satisfaction.
TMMMiu. Kuan. IIochkini.
Our NnlonU.4 0
'Ilie ahnva saloon, corner of Eighth siren
Did Uonuuorelal avenue, Is fixed up in
good style airy and comfortable.. Kvory
Sunday morning you wilt find spread a No.
IjiiicIi and a gl of Milwaukee Uxor-
beer, which can't ho beat, and (here Is not
my change, behind tun liar you will llnd
Iho tirst kind of Liquor and Cigars, nnd
my deslro Is lo give every onu of my custo
mers wlio patronltn me, satisfaction.
Call round I I'UKli. JlorilKlNr..
7.1-l-K-lni.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Ilnpp.r Itrllrf for Young- Men from tie
cftYrt of ICrrura and Ahusm In urljr 111". Man-
IiihuI iratnrnl. Iinismrnta to Mrrls re-
ii)iimI. New inrlhod nf Ireiilnifnt. Maw and
ii iiMitt.nl. k ir nifillfd, llmiksainl elrcnlara f ml
Cite, hi auldcuvliis, AilttrtM, HOWA1R)
AHSDCIATION, 410 N. Ninth In!, I'ldlailM
plila, Til ,un liiilltntlon hating a hlghrttmU
linn for honnrahle romlnct ami profMilonal
kill. lai-l-lS-ilAwSm
RIVER NEWS.
Va liai-AiiTiuaT, IIivkii llaroar, (
Anti n. una.
AUOVK
LOW WAIIII.
l'litnlnirat..
Chii'hiiiatl..
I.oiilaillln
Kiuiimlllo
.alivllHi..,
HI. IaiiiU..,
CAIRO MARKETS-WHOLESALE.
Cnriri-tel Dully Iiy K. M Mtinms, mmiulislou
iiirtiiiiiiii, nnvurjr i uie vairo lloartt vl
'liude.
Flour, ai-roiillng In Knvli
Si WW 0
Cirn, Hilled, siii kril
i;orn, wiiue, ncani
Onla, inlxeil ,
tan
S47M
AiliW
3 M
WJ5a
llIX
S M
I3 OU
t (XI
m oa
St J OS
3 UU
man, ier ton
Mml, trniii ilrled
Under, rlmlw .Ninllirrii roll, piicktil.
Iliillrr,rli(ilcr MiKillifrn 111, tiucknl ,.
I'.uui, prriinsrii
lailekens, lwrdozrn
'lurkevs, nrr iluM-li.
Applts, clmlcr, per barrel....
Aiiiilra, ciiiiiiuon, per barrel
riilnlnes, ht imrirl
inn-Jim, per nurrri
Evening Entertainment
oi' I nr.
CJairo Conoordin
AT
KLUGE'S HALL,
Monday E 7 o n i n g April ISIL
AihnUslunftOrrntsi ladles frrf. Eistnbcrg'a
Ntriiig llund will lie in attendance, ami all who
desire ran puss Ilie Unit In dancing. Tickets to
he had at I'. U. , Sclmli's Drugstore, J, Hclds
hwrr'a (,'allcry oud of all the nelly mtinbers.
4-11. Id.
ATnENJBUX-APXIL 8.1.
BLIND TOM!
THE
Wonderful Musical Fro!
A Thnrnnuli.liml XKOltO IIOY. uho. with.
out Instruction, pUytd the l'lano at Four Year
ulil, ami now executes equal lo Un
FIRST ARTISTS.
HIS FAITITF0L IMITATION Of
Hon. Strplien A. 1)oukI' iiecch, ami alt
Mimical Iniilnimeiits, enintilule an Interesting
liattoflhuentertaliiment,
lllw "llBllle of Manutas"
lias been pronoiuired Itjr critics as the llnest de
scriptive piece of music ever composed.
Aihulislon 50 cento,
13-I(rsrrrel seats at llartnian'a .
Xotie.
NOTICK la hereby given to the StoekhoMera
of the Cairo City Kerry comiiaajr, that tb
annual meeting, lor the election of MreuiUreet
oin, and conalueratlon of such otner buslaeM aa
may eorae before it, will IwMld on MoncUr,
JUt 3rd next, at 10 o'clock, a. in. attheofflee
of the company, corner filxih andUrjestreaU,
Inlhtaclly. TH03. W.UAUmaTr,
Cairo, Illinois, AnUWtt, Wi
rn-Kiita,

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