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ASL-ALO.V LODOK, NO. 31.
1l..t.l. ll.lkl.. .l .mv I. rl.
iJ ilar ufrht at iialf.nsst mvsd, in Odd
V fellows' 1U1I 0. K. ."Lid,
Ibanoriior 1.010 msum-i.
ALEXANDEIl I-qaK, NO. .
'wfMR fc...f . ut-n. tn I heir hull on
Commsrclsl mof , lH.t;u Uth ni Sr. en to
Hints, John H UossMAy, J.. 0,
OAinO KNOAMF.MKNT, I. O. O. i, luevts
In Oiht-Keltnws' Hall ou lh nrst slid third
rmsdaj In every wulitb, nt bulf-lmsl Mrii
C K Alio, C. I'.
CA1IIU I.UDUK, NO. t)l,A V.XX 'M,
-0 HulJrtjtuUr ciiumuiiicatluiii lu 11a
JjK fjuW Hall, curi.tr Cuiiiiuticlul menus
Nmiil Eighth stmt, uu Hit; second iei
ow lb luuJr ufmli mouth.
Mr. I. FlUerld bsjust received utid
fits on sale at bit sslus rouiu h large stock
if Khtfllsu ale, porter, Ilennessy brandy
lid wines, and liquor or all kinds, which
(if will dispose of at raouuble prices.
OooJ single rooms ou the upper door t
Jie Saint Charlci can be bad, with board,
it the Ti-ry low rate of J0 per month
Notice of RfmoTiil.
The well known barber shop, corner
Kinhth and C mmcrcUl, pre'lded ovjr by
the popular artlkt.'Ueorge Htelnhouse, haa
removed one dior north on Commercial, in
ihe Orand Ocntral llotol. Tho new shop ti
tft and coutnv.dlous, and those wishing
for anything artistic in the way of fashion
iblo hair cutting, smooth shave", tir., will
Jo well to call at the tlland Central Harber
(hop. 71 S-13-tf.
Plnno and Organ Tuning.
Mr. M. Kubno desires us to ssy thnt he Is
ready to rvrohe orders for Plmo and Or
;an tuning', and repairing musical instru
ments. Order may be kit at the corner ol
Thirteenth and Walnut streets, or I. O.
Moi (M, and will receive prompt attention.
I have Jtntreeelved the largest vsirt
raent of tjuernswaro and (llassware, of the
best quality, which, having bonjtlit fir cash
dirert from the Importers and Manufactu
rers, t am enabled to tell at pries which
dcly competition, slz :
White Granite Ilreaklast Plate 60c per ict.
White Oranlte Cups and San-
ers, without handles, flOcperrct.
White OranlteCups and Fau-
eers, with handle, 7&cpcret.
Large tilata Goblets, - Me per set.
I.arje Glass Table Tural-rs, IMc per set
I Invito everybody to call and examine my
sleek of Queen and Glassware and com
I hvc al-njti't received a large invoice ol
Table and Pocket cutlery, silver Plated and
rtrlttanlaTabls nnd Tea Spoons and Soup
l.ndles. Dan IUrtmak,
3-2- tr. Cor. Sixth A- Com. Av.
On anil Her Her.
Landlords ol hotels and hoarding bouses
villi Sndlt to their sdvaMitfc to call upon
Mrs. Coleman, I.aundrr-s, No 12 Kourib
itrett, betwean Washington and Commer
cial avenues. Hotel and boardlng-hou-e
washing, "Scents per doxen, Kor piece work
pr.ies arc as tollmv.: Slncle shirt anl col
lar, 1 Or; per doaen Wc; sock 5c; two col
lar, 6e; two handkerchief. 6c; vens "JOc;
and all irentlemen'a wear, 80c. per
dozen. Ladles' dresies, i'j to Mc;
skirts 10 to 'JOc; drawer 10 to lie; two
( air hose rc; two collars 5 to 10c. Kor la
dles' plainclothes 41 00 per dozen; for la
diss line clothes, )1 'lb per dozen; done
dr-jmptly, and promptlv dellverJ. i'a
Mrs. lluttz ba the largest Millinery Store
In the city ol Cairo with n Urjcc stock of
Millinery Goods of all the Utcst fashions
nnd style of Ladies', Mlsts' and Children's
hats, and Ladles' txinnels, trimmed or uu
trimmed, all of which have bscu carefully
selected, an 1 bought at tho very loet
Cash Prices at the four differ- nt markets
St. Louis, Chlcigo, Cincinnati and New
York, and which she will offer for mle ut
cost. Now is your chance, to gel your
Hits, Call and see her before jou pur
chase at other pltcet. She has it Hnc as
sortment ot Ladles,' Misses' and Children's
Shoes, all made to order, that sho will oQer
for sale fif y per cent cheaper than cuu bu
bought at any othor placo in the city of
Cairo i also, a variety of other notions.
Mrs. M. C. Hultz,
Washington avenue, between Tenth and
Kleven'h streets. -3.t3-lm.
Tnkr .otleo In Thin,
am prepared to furnish to customers
Hoots and Shoes, of as tine material, ax neat
tn fit and cheap In price as can bo procured
by per.nittins specutativo persons, or men
not shoemakers having fricnd-shoemakcrs
llvlt'g in the Ks.st, to send for them. I ask
banker, public officers, and other pcror.s
to tako notice ol this unLounccment. 1
make IJoott and Shoos In any Mjlo and of
every quality. Givo mo a trial.
Remember the location of my shop
Twentlotu street between Poplar street and
"Waihlngton avenue, near tho Court House.
48 1-13-tf. Wm EllLERa.
The Henri la n Wonilurfnl I'uinp,
Um valves ol which open and shut seventy
or e chty times per minute. If an alcoholic
stimulant ba taken Into tho blood tho pump
works much faster, and thl unnatural speed
wear out ths vital machinery. All the In
toxlcatlng nostrums ad vorthc l nv "tonics,"
'renovators," "correctives," Ac , produco
tbn disastrous ctlcct, and henco all intelll
Sent Chilsttani uro thankful that Dr.
Wai.kkr'8 Veobtaulk Vinkoau UiTTuns
au iuvlgorant and Alterattvo without a
atlng is overywhero supplanting thru
proprietary poisons, 4-15 Iw.
Two.llorae W(on For Halo.
A now wagon (or eals at a bargain, Ap.
ply at the Dullktin counting-room. tf.
Illinois Central Kaii.ro itj Company )
Agent's Urric, Oaiko, Apr. 17, 1876. J
To accomuiodato tlioso wishing to attend
tho Odd Fo'lows Celebration at Jonosboro
on April 5b, tho I.C. R.U. will run on
Excursion Train, leaving Otr.i at 8 a. m.
arriving at Anna about 0:45 a. m, Return,
lag, will leave Anna at 5:20 p. in,, arriving
ut Cairo about 7:05 p. m. Excursion tick
t will bo sold for round trip at I. C. R. It.
ticket oOlco. .Tab, Joiinbok,
LOOK HERE I
HftfMtHnllsj or Every Deaerlplloii
SATCKDAY, APIttL 21, 1675.
Mrnl Wcntlirr Itrporl.
Caiuo, III,, Ajiril VI Is73.
n.ui. I The. I Wt.NU. I Vkl,
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TllOlIAf JONLM, Srgt. H. .1., V H. A.
The ri'Kiil.tr luwtlug of thy "Wotiiuii'u
Club ami Library A-ocliitIoii'' will tuku
plm.0 ut tliu loldiiicc of .Mr.. WIHIhiii
WIuUt, tliU ultt riiooii.
It Is iid th.it tho laillc or tliu Mi:tln
(list church will xlvu their m;xt iiular
."oclabte on nextTliiir-day night, in the
churcli. itml that it will be on mm ijual
tttmlanl of uxccllcnw with their fomiur
Workmen nrc now bully en.ied hi
frescoing tliu wall, repainting tliu wood
w .rk and making many other repairs
nbout tlm St. Charlec hotel, which Mr.
Wilcox, tho worthy projirli-tor, Infurini
Hi will he completed in a nhorl time.
The .St. Charles wli'-n fully overhauled,
.is U the proprietor' Intention, will he a
place ol beauty and comfort.
I. O. O. V. .N'ollr.
Olllceri and members of Cairo Kn
cainpment, N'o. 1 tl, arc ic.iicted to nt
t:iul a special meeting thi (.Saturday)
evening, at 7:U0 o'clock, cilled for work
under ilU)cns'illoii. In all the degrees..
VMtlng hrotlii'rs will be welcome. Jly
order of the Lodge.
K. A. RrttNKTTf Sell!'.
Dr. Parker Informs us that then; l. nu
otht r cae of mn.ill-pox in tin- family of a
colored man redding in the lower part of
town. ThW should at once ho looked nf
tr by the authoritlec, and the proper
steps taken by them to prevent the
spreading of the dlwatc.
Cairo nnd si. I.otili nnllronil.
On and if.tr Monday. Anril VC. N73.
frtlgh s wid be received and al.o delivered
to conveyances at thu r'relght llouc, lojt
oi r ourui , treet, near t'ie JlUH-UppI lovee,
irom S to 12 a. in., and from 1 to ft p. in.
Ticket offtVe, corner of Commercial nvc-
mi and Secund street. John Kooonr,
The report oi tho committee nnnointed
by Alexander Lodge, I. O. O. F.. to
make arrangement" for the transporta
tion of the people of this city to Jones,
boro on Monday, has been adopted, and
thoic who mny have a desire to attend
the largest demonstration that ha taken
place in Snithern Illinois lor years eau
no o uy taking passage on the narrow
gauge on Monday. The fare for the
round trip i only one dollar and twenty
I'olli'p Court .
iw-rgeantCaliiHiid Olllrerllrowu.on their
rounds Thursday night, arrested a man
bv the name of Iteverly Massey, ho wtu
suspectetl of stealing, and lodged him in
the ualabooe until ye-tenlay jtti'rnoon.
He was then taken before Jildge Illrd
and given a trial, but the evidence was
not siillleient to convict Ma-ey, and la
was discharged. The accused man lately
eaice to this city from St. I.ouls. where
he kept a McotiiMi.itid clothing store. He
Is now employed in co iling -teamboats
at the wlinrL
At my Kiles-room, Xo. Ill Commercial
avenue, commencing tills morning at
0 o'clock : A lot of groceries ; canned
fruits con'MIni: of nltims cherries.
damsons and strawberries ; a lot of wood
ware; tables, counters i-helvliig. bed
springs, etc. To-night I will open a line
selection of pictures dry goods, clothing,
slioes, boots two et5 of harness ete.
Lon II. Mvr.its, Auctioiuer.
At half pist three o'clock yesterday
morning, engine N'o. 113. ou the Illinois
Central railroad, hound south, exploded
three mile South of IK- Sjto, Illinois af
ter taking waterat the big muddy tank,
terlotisly wounding a man named Parke
son, engineer, and fatally injuring the
tlremau, named Warren, It is said that
when tho engine exploded, l'nrkeson was
blown to thu hlghth of more than forty
feet In the air, and tell upon the telegraph
wire, which, breaking thu tall,
f.aved him from being killed.
As it was his left leg wa
broken, but no other wound were re
ceived by hhn. Assistance wan ills
patched from DuQitoIn to look after tho
Early yesterday morning, Ilartman's
store was beMcgcd by a throng of citizens,
all anxious to Fecnre seats for tho Blind
Tom performance, which took place at
tho Athfiieuin last night. At an early
hour, when the door of tho Athoneuni
had been thrown open, tho hoii'o began
to UU with people, and by thu time the
performance was to begin, every seat up
stairs and down, was full, and standing
room was at a premium. Of tho excel
lent enterlalnmont given by this wonder
ful person, wo havo but little to say, ex
cept that the performanco of last night
was fully up to hi former efl'ortc, If not
superior. The audience was kept in a
state of wonder and delight from begin
ning to end, frequently making tho houso
fairly ring with their approval of the
progldy's astounding feats upon tho
piano. Tho concert throughout was a
most worthy and deserving one, and we
dare say that whenever Blind Tom vlsttd
Cairo, ho will meet with a most cordial
welcome from our citizens.
Mrx. Hunibold Is now prepared to
bleach and remodel all kinds of hato, in
tho latest style; also trim. Coarsu
braldp, &0c. Keoldenco Fifuxnitli atreet,
between Wnlunl aim Ccdiir. 4-14-gw.
To I ho Member ortlie 1. 1. O. I'
Thoe who wMi ?cat reserved for
themselves nnd families ou the train to
CKf.Mllt.iTlOX AT .to.NT.MlOUO.
on Monday next, will pleao report to tho
committee on Saturday.
Kegular pastengcr ear reserved for
Thoo wishing to buy tickets on Satur
day will apply to i:. A. iluriiett, at the
Bui.u;iin olllee, or oil Monday morning
at the. depot, foot of Commercial avenue.
Brethren ulll please be ou hand at
7:30 a. in., prompt.
I. II. Onuii.,
C. It. Wooinv.utb,
Oeorgo Clark, tho man arrested by
Sherlll'lrvln In ICentiieky, afewdaysagjj,
and who was supposed to be a counter
feiter, was given a trial before United
Skate Commissioner Cornice, Thurd iy,
and dlteliarged. The) bill paed by
hhn, which was a llfty dollar
greenback, he claimed to have
received from a party in l'adu
cah, ami that he was not aware that it
was a counterfeit, lie was formerly an
employe of the Mississippi Central rail
To I, oil nil Com jietll irs
Is the aim of the proprietors of the W
son Shuttle Sowing Machine. It Is found
ed on the very best principles known to
the sewing machine seience, and improve
ments in advance of all other sewing
machines are being adopted constantly.
The Wilson Is rapidly gaining the prefer
ence of all parties that are acquainted
with .sewing machines and It has already
taken the front rank among the llr-t-ela-s
machines idVhls country; audita price,
owing to Its being manufactured where
labor and material U much cheaper than
hi eastern cities-, Is llfteen dollars le.
than all other llrst-elass machine?. Ma
chines ulll Ixj delivered at any railroad
Nation hi this country, free of transporta
tion charges If ordered through the com
pany's branch house at N'o. 010 Fourth
treet, St. Louis, MIonri.
They send an elegant catalogue nnd
chromo circular free on application.
This company want a few more good
Cinifirl unit I'letilr.
Within the pat few months as i, well
known and regretted by the entire e.nn
munity, tlio good and ever willing SMcrs
of Loretta have undegone, and patiently
sutT.rcd from di-ea'e and other cau-c,
Niveral (lNcouraglug and euibarrasng
misfortunes. In consideration of these
lact.s a number of our most Inllueiitlal
and persevering ladies who aro fully
aware of the trials of the Si-ters anil
of their endeavors to ornr with them as
their profession and calling require, have
taken It upon themselves to give a con
cert and picnic, the proceeds of which
will he contributed to their a-oclation,
to he expended as they may think
proper. The exercises of tin; event, as It
calling Indicates, will coult of an out
door concert, in which a large portion of
the best mu-ieians ol Cairo will take part,
and a picnic. The allalr will take place
In St Mary's park, ou the fourth 'day of
May. So far, but little has been done in
regard to the atlalr, but will in due time
receive due attention, and we have no
doubt will prove a beneficial undertak
ing, a the eniio is a good one.
Jni'li mill Jill.
The side-splitting pautomiml-ts under
the name of the "Jack and Jill Coiuie
Pantomime Troupe," will give tho people
of this city one nf their funny perform
ances at the Atheueuui to-night. An ex
change, In .speaking of thi- company,
say.s: "From beginning to end, tho
liou-e was kept in an uproar of laughter
at the Inimitable tricks of tlie clown, or
delighted in the extreme at the other fea
ture ot the entertainment. They were
treated with a variety of performances
The transition from one to another wa
accomplished with such Mirprlsingqulck
ih'ss that the audience frequently lotiud
thein-elves almost iiueouseloulv
beholding ome new ceiio, thus
bringing before their eyes tliu sublime
and ridiculous In quick biicce-sion. The
extremely funny transactions ol the
clown and his companions, the wonder
ful accomplishments of the Jeo .Midgets
the startling and daring performances of
Sheldon, the Juggler, the novel and sur
passing entertainment afforded bv the
Jee brothers musical rocks F.ugeue
Blitz, with lit comical Punch and Judy,
M'lle Deardon's troupe of lady veloci
pede rider-, Prof. M. 0'1'eardnu wlih the
tumblcricou and water llute, and the bril
liant trail-formation ncene were mot In
teresting and enjoyable features of the
evening. In point ol variety and excel
lence the entertainment is not fcurpa-ed
by any of the character now put upon
The Clint, nniliiiniin unit John Uvlo
Capt. Dyas T. Parker received a
dispatch from his sou Dyas, who was n
passenger on the Chas. Bodmanu, stating
that the Bodmaun and John Kyle wero
consumed by tire at Now Orleans wharf
yesterday afternoon. Tho Kylo was an
nounced to leave Sow Orleans on Thurs
day evening, but for some reason laid
over one day, and had her up
ward cargo, which is never
largo these days, on board. Tho Bod
manu could only havo reached Now Or
leans yesterday, and was very deeply
laden, audit Is probable that most of her
valuable cargo was destroyed, The Jno.
Kylo was owned in St. Louis by Capt.
Davidson and others, and when now
cost about 575,000. The Bodmann was
owned is Cincinnati and cost about the
same. They wero no doubt Insured,
but for how much wo cannot state.
for Nate or Kent.
Cottage live rooms and summer
kitchen, with gas and water ; nearly op
posite tho .Methodist church par,souag ;
at present occupied by Mr. W. I. Mesler.
l'ocsblon find of May. Apply to D.
W. liatnllu. ' 4-3;i-3l.
-Mr. J. II. Pleasant, editor and pro
prietor ol the Wuayc4, u new p.iper pub
lished at Jackson, Tennessee, was m the
St. Charles yesterday.
John Xewell, superintendent of the
St. Louis Bridge eonip.uiy.. and who. it is
said, receives the iicaUeuui of lllteen thou
Kind dollars per year for Ids services. wa
at the St. Cli ules yesterday.
C. II. Couistock, payuiaslcr of thu
Illinois Central railroad company, was In
tin: city on Thursday, and paid oil' tho
employes of thatro.nl. Il stopped at tho
St. Charles while In town.
.Mr. M. B. Goodrich, general pas-en-ger
agent of the Cairo it Vliieeunes rail
road company, left yesterday for New
York, where bo will be married to a fair
and accomplished lady of that city. The
couple will return to Cairo and take up
their abode at the St. Cliark", where the
gentleman has already secured a beauti
ful suite of rooms for hlui-cll ain! wife.
It Should be recollected that Old
Yankee ltobinson, with his ,ow,
will vl-It Cairo next Wednesday.
A hor.-o ran away on Twentieth
street yesterday, and skinned Ins lei's, us
well as the no-e of the driver.
The police court.', as they have 1m on
for the past four months were very quiet
yesterday. Only one io was tried.
The Liberal Beligioiis spelling match
come oil' on Tuesday night, and will be
The Jee Brothers who will appear
at the Athcnrum to-night, are si Id to be
u whole show in thcni-elvcs.
The "Woman's Cluband Library As
sociation" will hold their regular meet
lugnt Win. Winter's residence, this after
noon. The ladles of Cairo propo-e giving a
concert and picnic in St. Mary's park, ou
the Itli ot next month for the henellt of
tin- Sl-ler.s of Lon tta.
Tlie base ballists of Cairo will make
an ell'ort to get up a club to play the I'a-ducahlte-,
when that spelling match
A man was blown over the telegraph
wire by the explo-'on of au engine on
tliu Illinois Central railroad Friday
morning. I low'.- that 'or high V
Mr. Comings will li cture on the "True
Aim of Life," to-morrow night, In Lib
eral Religions hall. He will no doubt
say many good tilings in ills addres.
laekand Jill, trick pantominii-ts, will
give an entertainment at the Atlieneum,
to-night. They are aid to be good, and
will no doubt have a full houo.
A coloied gentlemen called ou Mr.
Ilartman yesterday morning and called
for -nat to accommodate thh'ty-ll.v per
sons. He got them, but not in the cxaU
part of the house where he wauti d them.
A big crowd will tako a trip to
Jone-born over the Cairo ,fc St. Louis
narrow gauge railroad next Monday.
The fare for the round trip is only one
dollar and twenty cents.
Innocent and playful little boy
anui'.e tlietusehes now-a-days, by catch
ing omw-n-h and putting them on tlm
little school girls jst to mnke them
scream. This Is fun for the bov-, but the
girls don't like it a bit.
Which it tho Better Beit's, cr SchliU's 1
A Cell Itont:irIts fruits (lie llrst llrevt
A few weeks ago, all Item wa- puh-li-lied
in the Bfi.i.r.riv, dWciilug the
merits of the lagr beer inanul'uetured by
the two great browing companies of Mil
waukee, namely. Best's and Schlit.'-. In
which. If our recollection Is correct, we
gave that of the Sclilitz's manufacture the
superiority. The Item, it seems came
under the observation ot the Bet com
pany, and has occasioned the making of
the following statement, which we re
ceived from tho Best company, and here
with insert :
MiLU'iCKee, April JOth , 1-71.
To Ihe Lilttnj- of Hi.- Cairo D.iilv nullvlin, Cidm.
Dkau Slit : A few weeks ago we ie
Ceivcd a copy ol your valued p iper, dated
March ;)l-l, in wlileli appeared two arti
cles which are rather detrimental to the
good name of tin- Philip Best Brewing
company. An wo are somewhat interest
ed In tho welfare of this company, we
hope you will allow u to correct several
Items in your statements, regarding the
'ales and the stock on hand, of tho Jo-
si'pu squill, urewing eompanv. in com-
parison to our own Hrm.
The following Is the number of bar
rels ,old by th lh'-t anil Schlit. com
panies, respectively, and sworn to b
fore the C. S. ltcveuuo Collector, as
UT". 1-371 . Is7i.
.",IIIS U,0T.1 OJ.IOI
IS70. s71 1-7 ,
s,.va li.sos so,n
isl.O.'S 1 1.1,051
stock of beer on band, on the
llrst day of March, IS" I, wa :
Ilfst ;,!1 barrils.
frcllIIU .'3,iii lunrls.
Showing our stock tobell,:i07 barrels
larger than that of Schlllz. We further
glvoyotia copy of the bivwei's' report
for the month of April, as follows:
lllil) lllils. Ilbls.
bitwcl. Mild, la store
I'll. licit llrcwliiR "n l.V'H il.teH l'",S51
I Schlitz lticwlnx - "o"' "'"-J
Van niatjc n, ( n,":ni 1 1, a '7
Kr. Kiiik '.'.cs" Lisa ,:is,s
Knrplislur ,t To aw txt -,ai:i
laoOlwrmaii A Co ll IW '-',711
1'. .Miller.....!.. tW 7HI l,l.'7
Showing our stock of beer ou hand to
bo nearly as largo as that of the other
six breweries together, Including tho
Schlitz Browing company.
These tlgurcs and thu foregoing stalls,
tics of tliu sales ol the last seven years,
wo hope will convince you tint tho quail
ty of our maiiul'acluro must bo superior
to that of any oilier in tho market, else
tho sales would not Increase to such an
Tho Government reports for tho year
ending May 1st, 171, show that no other
beer brewery In thu United States has
sold anything near our sales,(l 15,000 bar
rels) thu year ending May 1st,
1S75, will show a still more favorable re
port lor our Hrm.
Your, very respectfully,
Pllll.t-lf DKfct BltHWINO Co.
-Joe Itor.ckrr ! now In full control ol
the Washington bakery, and having learn
ed the wants of tho public, Is prepared to
supply on call all demands for French loaf,
llo'ton, Brown and Or.i li.iru bread, and
everything elic oidlimilly lound In a llrst
cia9bAkry, He maintains a fu'l stock of
confectioneries and can, ns well it, any
other dealer In the city, 111) nil orders In
that Hue, Cakes baked, frosted or orna
mented ou shot I notice. Spccla I.ittentlon
given to the orders of nodding or picnic
parties. !) I2.tr.
Allenlioii, .Mereliitnls ol Cio Nor
I nutiilluir Couiili'J'.
I havo a lull stock and em always ll I or
iters on (jiieens.vaie and (II tsswaro at fct.
LoU prices. The following Is nll'tof what
I have on hand ut preotit :
Lamp Chliiuieys, or all kinds, by the liar
rel, bov or dozen.
(Ilis Lamps ot all sizes and kinds.
ICO dltlerent slyles and kind, of II ir
Lamp Humors nt all inscriptions.
Lamp-wick, lleer miu, (lla Itelleetors
Cloal Oil Chandeliers, Cake fctatid-, (!ln
Fruit St inds, and In fact nvety thing in tho
Crockery and (llvwarc lino.
I will guarantee to duplleato any bib
purchased in M. Loti' and give equally
us gooil uu ns.ortmcut, as my stock is rota
plelo In all kinds of (Jueen and (11 iswre.
1 alo have put up In cask fur the retail
trade, Buckingham and Yellow wine, which
I will soli at M per cent off the regular Il-t
Also a full line of Tabl and Pocket tut
cry, Plated, llrltt.nla, Table nnd Tea
po3lis mid .Soup Ladle Come and sec
fur yourselves I). ILiwt.man,
VJS-tf. Cor. Sixth ft Com. A v.
A .Veil Style.
II. block, boot and shoemaker, on I'hjhth
slrest, between Wteddiucron iwd Commr
elal avenue, lm just received a now st le
id bst. and is now prepared to tnakc a lrtot
tnat, for novtness and comfort, eannot le
excelled, fiive htm a call and examine
thl new style of lat. (il-l-lo-ltn.
The Aue uf Dlieuv ery .
W. Winter, the artl-t, is about to pre
sent to tho eilf.ens of Cairo a new pic
ture, with all the coloring of real life.
The means of working tlieo charming
and life-like pictures will not bo with
held from the public. The ww oper
andi i as follows ; On the right hand
side of the camera is attached a mill
which contains the pri-matle colors in a
pulverized stale. A- the colors pa-s into
the camera they are receive.! by a ian
wheel which kn'ps the atoms in
motion. The photographic plate, while
wet, is then placed In the camera tho
sitter being in position. The handle ol
the mill is gently turned. Tho cap ol
tube is removed, the linage ot the sitter
lM'glus to form while passing through
the colored atmosphere, the particle ot
dust falling when: they properly belong.
N hen, Presto! you have a beautiful pic
ture of yourself or friend.
Mr. W. is also making a picture called
the nonpareil, a beautiful style, suitable
fjr lockets and miniature ja-us. Large
assortment of the latter on hind. (Jid-
ery open dally.
Two good residences on Twentieth -treftt
near tho Court House AI-o the Com t
lloue Bote1, at low rent. Inquire at II.
.Mejer's Cljjr store. .lacon Ifi.ui.v.
I have ju-t reel veil a complete assort
ment of tila-s Shade of all sizes and
-hapcs, suitable for clocks, wax llinvor-,
etc.. also Mo-s and Chenille, and pic
nic and ladies' Traveling Baskets the
largest stock ever brought to Cairo.
Corner Sixth and Commercial.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
ll!iliy Itelief lor Yoiiiij; .lien limn ( lie
effects ol Krrurt and Almses in early lire. Man
hood leslorisl. Impediments tu .Murrl.iMf re
moved. Xcw method of lu-.ilmcut Xtw unit
liuurkubli! renifilltu. Iluukaiind circulars suit
flee, In MlciUiivilol. AiHiws HOWAKD
Ass-OCIA'tiOX, HUN. NinlU slrifl. l'liilmlil
jililn, I'a , uu Institiitinii liaviu-a hiKlil'l"Ua
t Jou I'.ir hnuuiulilu vuinluct unil )iriil,'sritniiil
llr. I'leree'ii l'.uorlle I'lvsrrltillon
is verv strongly rec iinuiciided by the .Med
leal K.icii ty mil is lively prescribed
anions,' tlodr Icnulu patients. Itl worthy
or all coatld nee, as 111 iy be -ei'ii from the
followIns' te-tl;iioulals :
Dll. li. ILCiiaI'Msn. l' att-inoalh, Neb.,
write: I haw mult r irealimut a lady,
who, for the past si'on ytiirs has been al
lllcted, and. niter U) lnn -e. oral lihyslelaiis
without reeiUltitr lifiieh., isKaliiliipMapldly
on your K voiite Krci'ilptien.
Pit. It. V. rimii i:. Iluirdo, N. Y. :
De.ir sir :-l IriM' nt words to evpross
my sritlmdo to jou lor your ndtlce anda
slstat ee In my ct.se- There is not one who
has usjil youriiii'il eines lneo they lrivo
been br'iu,rht Imre, b 11 that eau say with
1110 Hi- v hue bu n sreitly bcneiittoil.
fc'llK'O I hae hi ell S3 helpul by it lite, tlx
or sewn around mo lelt all duiters .oi l
other imdlcinrs, and now unit In their
luiulllis, alter belns cured of tho same UU-ea-e
asiiiliie. Voudo not know what a
wonder it ereiitcd in our city, by Its lesior
Iny my sl-ttr I wioie you about, for sho
had been under the euro of three ol our
iisst doctors, but 1 mild not sit up but for ti
few minute at one duio. I bettned 01 tier
to try your niedlcOHs, and bolero she had
tl-cd half tho b Jttlcs slio euuld go nil uround
tho ya d, ou t has now Just tcine home
from u vMt live mill away.
Jlns luos. Mcl'AittaM
l)r. I'leicuV Kavntlte I'reierlptlon suld
by de iters in medleinos generally.
A BOOK F0RJI1E MILLION;
'ftTrtMwJ ts- ArrlrlCesftilfrtotU
isw in! vurr?' po vhyilolAf Isj,
nnlflO I mytfrlei L't n(Utic(l
U'AiiilUiArtnola It ! r riirucUon, rrcnr.li-i
lt ootupiciktoo, A a. . , . .
Thli li &a lDtriliuj work cf t4 hit 1rl to iliif
rtfri, lih nuraetoii oftflBi, ul cuuutnt luls:
tifrrqaimi tor taw b ) ra (unrrlfrl reoDtinrtf
rln uu It li -t took thi ouvbt l t iadr M
adI kr i I a-tt !it ciKlejil btul iht) bou.i,
It cstatklm tto eiporlenoo tut kdikaof k rkfitolm
thtB rvpudtlo-i li wotU n itoull t lu iti ft
tin Jrcr of erery mttsAQil fecial ibrotiftoui thdeoiir
lul. It cmbriwi' escr;iLln on tio tii'Jtei of th rticr
ktlTc iriuni tii it It went iboniQj, tal tauctj ttnttl tot
p'irilUbella &Df D(tir work,
ticatuiinr cnttfrv of rttce) for Tlfty Cpuii,
41 lrM lf . huUk' UU jwuur, J. 1 . M(Uli Hfx-t,
hi Uuli, Uu.
Notice (0 tho Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Mttort tppljlug la ths nicf loui qicV wbi ltertl It
tubUa pipVrii or uitn uy quirk retuollti, truw Vr.
utu' wurk, ia ruttur bt y'jr Jlicnw U tit tuv dtf lcr
kt 'ajoar coo 11 1 loo.
Ur. Uutu oocupJi k doabi hoof t of twcuty-fmnreomt-li
lAlortcd tn: of tb man cckbr&tej mtdlcii ptrt i
on t tt)l country kod Eurot, &4 eta tso ocnu!iol r
(ockliy r ly tnU,o tlidl(flki menu-wed Id LUiorii.
t)!& i nul i 11 Nrtfi LtbtU itrxi. tettttp
Uiito4la cut. Ht, I.ouli, Wa.
I 'aiiirla ivlun, sllli I'll.', Llit, msllesl l"i ml ,rltlj
ll: imiI Cst'lijii wltli-Hit br, Tits StwusB
,,ill,E! 11,11, V.,,1 l'm4,.T,n,s ,
I Notico. !
NO I ll K ii litrrliy given lo llie RtwklioMera
or the t.Om City terry eoniniiny, Ihiil the
Hiimiid iiiwiIhk fur election ol seven direct
or mill ivuiFHUralioii of siicli nthor Imsbn'ss
liny c'uiut- iHftn1 II, will tie hM on Monilny,
Al.iy .Inl iiet, nt lu n'clnck, a. in nl Hie onfre
or the c.iiiii.iii , corner "Sivlli bim! l.lireslrisjl-,
in Mils i lly. '1 110! W . IIAl.t.lllAV,
I Him, Illumi-. April IWIi, Ir7".
Tlio British Quarterly Rovicvs.
LDISUUItn ItKVIKW Whig.
LONDON (JUAniKULV llKVILW-Con-
W KftTM I NSTLI t Itli V I KV- Liberal,
llltlTI.-ll (JIIAltTLULV HKVIKYV
Itcprtii'nl by tho
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41 Ilarcl.iy .Street, cw Yoik,
lly arraiiff-nient Willi Um Luri-Ii Pii' li-h-ers
who receive a liber d eouipi nsntluii.
Theo periodicals constitute a wom.'ertul
mlsccl uii)' f mi -:i-rn th'ituhr, rrsoarehnnd
etltli-lsm. The tp inn . tad Bnropeau Imoij.
w.irlh telewlng is found lure, smd th.'V
trout ot the lentltiuf events ol iIm world ;ii
niiiterly aril i -written byrnenwho have
special knowl. ile o! the matter trenteil
I he Atiicib nu I'uii.i-lii-i s nre upon nil In
t -lllitorii read- r ti this country a liberal
supitort of th it. prints wnleb il-y have so
Innif and o clieiily luriil-lie , feelli if sure
that no ex,oi.ilitiirt! lor literary matt- r wdl
yield oil h a ri turn a-lieu rriinrcd tor a
subscription to tlie-e tho leading Periodi
cals ol Ure.it drltnlu.
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Kui any three Reviews, 10 P0 "
Kur all lour Hv lews, IS ,!)
Kor lllji-kwood's Jl.nj'i-
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Kor lll' kwood and ono
Itevlew, T CO "
Kor Itl.n kwood and two
Ituviews, 10 00 "
Ko.- Ilia -k wood and threo
Itevlew, IS (0 "
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Pt.i(i,e two eonl a number, to be pm
pulil by i he iH ut rat the olllee olilsllverv,
A disi o.int of twenty pr eent. will be nl
low. il to eluhs of Tour or lit'irsj perwins;
i'hus: four copied ol HUekwoyd or of one
H"lew will be sent to one uilihvts for
$l2b0, lo r copies i.r the four Itet lews and
III o kwoeil tor fMs, and so on.
Toiiubsof oae or more, in ad'HUnti to
the kb'ive di-cuuut. copy grstls will Iim
allowed to the at Iter up ot the club.
-Vow sul s.'libers (applying early) lor Ihe
year ItsTA may have, without charge, the
iiuuibi i lor ilie la-t ipi irter of ISTI ofsuuh
perlodl alsastlry siibserl'ie for.
Or lu-tesd, new suhs.'ilbcrs to hit two,
three, or four of the abuvo pcrioillt'ils, itMlv
linve one of ttie 'Kcur Itevlews' lor 1S74;
siih. niilii is t all live ntiy fnvn two or thu
Kour Itevlew-,' or cue set o! Dluekwvo.l's
M iuz ne fur IsTl.
X, llhcr prcinlutn. to iibcrll)ers no - dis
count to clubs em be allowed uiihss the
nnney l remitted direct to the puldishefs.
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Circulars wiili further. particulars mty be
lud r,u npplica'lou.
TUB Ll.ON Altl) SCOTT Pu'IlL'NO CO,
1' Hartiiy s'.reet, .New York,
"l'iKiiesiloiiatily (tin liest miM.ilneil
mirli ol tlie Iilml in tliu World.''
noiicks of Tin: rut;- s.
vi l- tiii-n -isiu -lr,-;i ilt.,11 nl IhU
excellent monthly urovai Its
.. .1 ,.. ln ti. ,..a..,,I ... .tn.l.. u ..n.l .......1.
deed, when wo IbliiUtn'i bow mMty holiiu-
ll. im luvi.i,:- i iuuiii.ii, .j iiiu-w i-'ii.-
sider ll as one ol the educator as well us
entei tamers or the iitib.iu mind, lor Its v.vt
IHjjiiilai'ity ba" been w.ui by no Hisal tn
slttjilil lojildli-es or deiiravtJ I ra-fes, Jtns.
ton ll lobe.
Tha i-hntacl-r whn-'i this Jbu.siriiie lios
sese. f.i- nrii.- y.enti'rnrl-f.nrii-tl.-wwillli,
and literary culture thr,t b is bejit t ai with,
It It hm not led the tlm s, shoubl i-uiso Its
jondni-t.-rsto li'sa d ll wldi lutlllai Ic emu
iliu'cicy. ltilso niit'lics them ti n great
cttiim tiioii tho public gratitude. Tho
Ma,'nsdt.u has done nooi and n t evil all
the itiys ol it lite. llrouMyn i:fle.
To tuge free to subscribers In ths I'oited
Ilarpi't's Miunzini", one year .. jl 01
il OJ iiii'liules tireiiajuieiit ol V. S. jioit'
ugf by tin tnibli-hei".
Mib-eriptiiitiH to Harper's Magazine,
Weekly, in' Il.izar, to oni' mldiess for one
5 ear, lo i0j or iwo of llarpei'.s perioill
c s, to ono iiddrei.s for ono year, $7 00;
All i-xtr.i e py ol eithor the MHSi'Zli'e.
Weekly or llazur w ill b supplied uralls for
ry club ol live subtcrib r "t tl 0 each,
iu one nir.'tt ne e; or six eopIe b r J in W,
without cMia copy; postsgu itee.
ll.ii k nuinlii-rs Van be supll d at any
A lompltn .pi of II'i. pel's Magazine,
now comprising 411 vo'umes, In n,-at cloth
Miidlic. will In sent by express, fivluht at
Ihu c.vpeire of purihoer, fur &l Sa prr
Miluuie. Sio,fl voluiurs, by mill, nwp-ild,
5.1 0'). Cloth eases. I'ur bledlnir. fc.S cent-.
by n ull, postpaid.
bzjl , c ?,.i-Li o mv uu, I1, i vy mis ill
vi-r'l-fliiiciit without the exprcs ordin of
llnrpcr cc llrth-rs.
Addrc.s ItAItl'KIt .1 IIItOTIIKUS, M. Y.
"A emiiuli'le C'lcliirlnl ltisliti-.v it tlio
1 liui's." ! Iu lii-Hl. i lu-iii'si. unil
must Mit t i-s':'nl t'niiilly in(ter
In llii' I'nioii '
MIIICIs Ol- H1K Mtlib-.
The Weekly I- tho ublet and mst now.
crlul lllil-tr.it-:. I pL'i'b'die.il published In
this country. Its tuitnrlul uiv sehol.irly
and louviiii'i'ic, and carry iiiuch weight.
Its llliistratiuiiMif oni rent oteuiH me full
and Iresli, ami are prepared by etir best do
slnnetH. lt'i a elieuUtion ii. 15il,000. the
Weekly Is road a le'isl by half u mllllnli
persons, and Its iiitlueneo as un oikhii of
opinion Is simply tremendous, Tho Week.
iy manual's u pusi ivo osiiion, umi e.
prisses decided lertsoll I'olllb'nl and so
cial probhms. l.iiulsOlli ''outlei-Jounia!.
its u-Holes uro mo 1 1 ids of hlh-toncd ills-cus-lou,
and its pictorial Illustrations uro
often eonobiiratho urguiiienis ot'ii'i mm ill
force. N. Y. Hx'imliiHr and Chionielu.
Its papcls Upoll .'.UlCllt (JUl-rt lolls Htill itf
inlmllablt) carioous help to mould tho s.ui
tiiiionis ut the eountiy l'lttsburj; Com.
I'oslaf;' ffco to mb-erlbers In the United
Harper'H Wscltly, ouo you-.... f t 00
Tuiir doll irs includes prepayment of U.
S. postaco by the publishers.
tmbsi'i'lp I ns to HiirporM MsgHitip,
Weekly, m il llazur, .o ouo address tor ue
vcar. ltl Oft: or. iwo o' Humor's l'erlodl
eals, to ono address for ouu J ear, t " 0 ;
All extra copy of ho Mai;alno. eekly,
or Hazar will be Mippl'ed urat s for i".ery
club of ftvo Hiih.ir bers tit 1 "J cich, In
one rein ttatii'e; or, si copies fov 00,
witbuill ex ra copy i po-tage tree.
Unci: niiinbi'ia eau t csuiiii led at an v t lino.
The annual tolilincs ol Harper's Weekly,
in iioa' cloth binding, will lie soul by ex-
I press, (rio ot ejpetise. lor 87 00 each. A
complete- set, eniuprUliijf elKhteoti volumes,
eut on receipt of easji at tho r to ol t?r SS
per volume, I'rulx'.t at the expen o ot the
IirNwspup" rs are not to etpy this nd
s ertlsciiu'iit wllh 'Ut ths opros orders of
Harper ,V llrotlieis.
Adlrcss HAHl'Ult A I1IIOTH1U.S. N. Y.
tSZUv-iAiMrv- l.M.ri-1011 Mn' to, lie
i lo , 11
Win iiu-AiiTllK.iT, nnri, iiKi-oiTr
l'iltlirf . .
HI. IUllis ..
Concctcit Kiilj ly M siHurns, cummlsslon
lu-rvliioil, Mvrtinry of tlie t.ilro lluunl ot
l'lonr. naoonllns to Krwle,
Oini. Tnixttl. snrkwl
. ( I rs. o 0)
Corn, while, mcltO
Ilron, per tun
Mtut. "Irani ilritsi ,
I'.llllrr, rltolee Nortlwrn Will, lmckeil
llllllcr.i'lHilee -ellllnin III. su:ktil
larcs, r iloin
( hlekriis, iTrilofen
luiki js, ,,r iliiin ,
Apl'l". vuoiie, kT hMlTl
ppli -, oiiiiiiioii, per Isirri'l
rt.tut'rts. isrliiinsl .
' i c
' . I . tn
win jii., i.r mriei
ITxinl Pmi!! TvinU
Athonciim-Ono Nifjht Only,
SATURDAY, APRIL 24.
J. D. ROBERTS'
- t'. '.r lied
Comio Trick Pantomime
Ihe Im'-T unil must complete 'Iroiiie In tin
I nlteil -l.iti. rmiii Mllu s lhi-.itrt'. Nw Vol'.
I or Pill iwvtleiiliir- s,s viso r-. pv iirrtunmo
Ac. Admission, Vi, 7.V rents anil tl.
N 1. linllliltT- MaiiaK' i
Special AiiMimcnt Notice.
JDL'llt.tC iiiir Is licrrhy Kiven lint tl.r
.1. eoiuily i rt of WvMiwler eoinity lias ti n
itfnsl Jil'lKimut r a -iks-ImI us-es-iiinii ims ii
the iroptrl) liMH'Hitt I the HTuitsiruiil n .,
Oil' IOIlu'iii; shlevMilks, t :
"oiilh siileol' l oiirlh -ln i l.l itwirn Wjuhir.
ton HBil I iliillierci il inclines ( si.rcrWii.-ii-iniftou
ueiiii, lioni Kourlh lo 1 illli iit
twl nlileol Wunldiiittim ini'iiii,' iVuiu I inhlo
hiMhsliwIs) north slileof 1'illh ktnt Tr m
W u-hlngtoii lo Oiniiiiercliil uieiiiiesi tiorlli sule
ol'sv,.ili fiuiii Walnut lo uratvrl) Hue i.i"l,ot
3S, llliH'ki") noi'lli siileuf blewnlh riMin With
iiiKton menu., to W iOnut street eiirt slilv nl'
t'eplni' strti-l, U'lwet it llivl'luli an.l Twui
woihI rlnt; -oiith slili'nl' Tweiily-llr-t stun
Imiii I'oplsr lo jriun.'re stm-tsi suiilli sule of
I.I2I1II1 slrrvt h'-IHis'ii itoliiiiKlnii ami (, .nt
IlH'ii'iHl iitriiiies) ii -I1I0 or Wunhiiit't. 1 live
iiii-IV0111 l.itfhlh lo Mm th stniisi noun nle i t
Llghlli.lH'lHivn ViuhiiiKlotia-mit'iui'l Walnut
stm-li -"Uth -eleol -vientli, l trn a in.
ton avi niir mvl Walnut -In i r, lit ill in .rr m ,
e.ii' fioiu Ilie eel 1 1 Ik-1 mpy i.' he jail. 11. t r
on lllc In Ihe ultli e i.rttieritr elclk nl'lni. 11U in
I ttlmi that 11 wurruiit fur the mll.rthm i.fVii. Ii
ns-i'-snienl Is In the hauilsor IhuundersimHsl
.ll lrwin Interrstisl lire I1111I1V liotlllnl to call
ami jkiy theiiiimunls assit, ut the colleetorV
otBcr, Xo. leJCotntnucialmenue, within thlrf
iuvs iniin me iiule lititnl 11 1 lll.MvK,
l lly I reiisiiivrnihl l.X-timrlo Cdllccti r
Ihib ai;t'hi nl' March, ls75
State or Illinois, Alkiasdkp. Coi-iii, a.
In th- Cln-uiti ourt May ti-rm, A. I) is; .
s-ai-ali .1 . chUm vs .ti.lm 1) Otisiii, Mo-is It
l tilsui, .lame W. I'til-m, .l.iho -i thi-tn Mnr
"liiilalr, .-sdiniwl Mlneliilr, Muriiii I. i.hitn,
i.lura llll tiilsiii. Wlllluin I. i 1.1. in M .nl,..
I f i-UWiii, .Mnry l.liHIil, .MiUtlriUitMii li-tnrlt
I I v.,,.i, , ulll'oml illlirr..l iniM(llfli.- 't ..,
1 Mcliul-. .Iiilic s.,h-v,'V. NiKih tiu V..1-. I ir.a.i .
lt,itiiiii,,.lnhii lluhliison, Ittley Chi m, Wu
i n-uu uuiiiiisiiii, u,ii-ri uoiitll.rill, l,.Hrr.i l.i.l
liiLini, ii li-1 .luiii-ltolitnsoii. Hill l.irl'arthini:
.llli Lu ll nf the ii(ii.-.l(li un- nf .l.liii .
I lil-iii, .M'.vc, II. Uilsm,.IUm .-. (.'hi in, .Mar
Murlutr, siouutl -inelalr, Jlartha ( lii.ni, Vic
Oil 1.1 thisiii, .ltai--( lilsjn lt,tc. Mi-linls, j.Hj
1.-th I.jikIi, I.'iiIsti l.ynrh l iiIliiiriilH Olju-r
lutm Dlncr, llinni.li Xii-hols, .Innc kinvirr.
Nniib -iwji-r. -.ir"luif HobiiMon .Inhn ltuliui
sun, Itilej i lii-in Williuni l!ohinon, ItulKii
llubiii .in, lti-lici-, i ItobliHuii umi Jan. Ijobln
-on ul Ilie iiIiku- iiiiiikiI ih l'i n.luiit J, Inivn:r Inert
lllfl In the i-lilk's nllici- ur tlie siiiil I liviltt
nun iii.tke Is thuil. re l-a-ln iieii tu you
tin- utlit J oil ii II l lii-in, M'liis II. t hi-in, ,r. ,)i li
S i hisin .Mary-iiii-iiilr, -sniiun-l -liK-liilr, M-r-II
in t lntln, Viih, i i.i I hlsin, Mur j i hi .,,1 '. ,..-.
Nichols, l.lialil'l I.J ni-li. Kuhcrl 1 tifli, (nll
1. .ruin ol im i- .l.iiiu . oliicr, Umiuii. Nlilml.
.lam- -nw)cr. ..ili iiwi-r, i iii-olliic itnMn.nii,
.bihii Ilnbiiisiin, Kilej I hi-in, Wlllluin l.-iibni
n, ol il I! .Iiiiwm, l!eltts.en linhln.i.ii nn'l
J.uie Itiiliiiison, Hi it the oumpliiliu-ut lllr . lu i
bill irctiiiiit:iint in siihl euuil, on tlii-i'liumt-rv
slile tl.eivi.l'nii llii-.Itli iltiy iil'Apiil, A. I)., s7j",
and lhi-ri-iip'.ii mnmmus l-i:nl out i.t's.ihi
ciiint, ii-liiiii ilili-i.li the 3l Mifniij in liie month
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