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AsCAI.UN LOI)(il;, NU. Jl.
Knhdils of I'jtlilm, iiiftln every r'rl- ' , , - -'lay
nhtht nl lialfquM mini,, in Odd- '
Hull C K. sum,
Af.C.YANItMt I.ODHK. NO '-'ib
Inili.i,.iilrnl Urtlirof (Md-lel-
' Inuv. .....ru I'trry ihuradav tilirlil .
MAawA .1 i,.r.,uiai stun. 111 tlirlr lull mi !
Coiiiinrrclnl auntie, int"n iui mil "sicnlu I
Mrn-tn John H WsMAy, .V Ii,
riAIHI) KKUAMPJIBSr, I O, U. 1'., mm ,
Vlu Oilipri'lliuvs' Hull (initio Hut and ttihd
IiiU'Imj In evtrjr month, ut halr-jMiit (tun
0 K slaik, C. I.
A v.i m.i i.vii'ui.. .iv; ji,i.r. a,.-'i.
-4v. HuM H'KUlnr cMiimiiilratliiii4 Id Mu
runic Hull, cjrmr c.i.jum-ri j utuu;
a I mm mini t'i . . i .. ,
w x ami Islglith utiwt, iu tlir ewli'l ul.'l
(illllli JIon'ly VI esicll Illcllllll
Mr. V. Fitzgerald haijust received and
ha mi xali! ut Ms sales mom h largo Mock
af KuglUli nlc, porter, Hcmienj brandy
md wines, anil liquor uf all kind", which
tie will diiqiose of at reasonable prices.
Good single roomsoiilheuppcrlloor.it
.lie .Saint Charles can ho had, with hoard,
it the Very low rate of ?:10 per month
.iillrc of Kriiifisiil.
Tho will known burlier hop, corner
niglith unl I' iniiiiTciiil, prcldid ov.-r liy
tlio popular artl't, Gcfir' Stcliihoiisc, ha
removed one 1 mr north on i omtnorc'nl, In
lie Grand Central Hotel. 'I'lio now shop Is
aigc. ami romiii nllou, anil tlioe wslilng
for ariyhlng artl-tle in llie way of fjvlilon-
iWo lialr rutting, smooth shave', etc. will
.lo well to call at the lifnml Uci.tral llailiet
lliop. 71 3-IG-tf.
I'ltitio mill Orismi Tinilnif.
Mr. M. Kuline desire. Hi to .iy tint he I
rrady to r -ffo oplera for I'linu ai.il Or
.'an tiiilni;, uml r.'palrln inns oil ItiMru
rncnU. Urdcr may lie Iclt at tint corner ol
rhlrtccnth an'l Walnut Mreeti, iir 1. O.
lion i1, anil will receive prompt attention,
I h.ivn JiltreceUel the larj,'et a"-rt-inent
of (Juecnware airl Ol.mwjre, of the
htrt quality, which, Imln IioiikIiI for rli
ilirr ct from the Imp rter and .Mamifactii
rcn, I am muliltd to till nt prion which
defy competition, lt
White Oranite HreJklatt l'latcs fc per set.
White t'ranlte Cllpi an'l Sail-
rn, without liiuille. AQc prr act.
Whlto (iranltn Cups anil i-aii
ceri", w Ith liamlla. . . Tocperei.
Large (ila (loblit, - fflc pirct.
Large Olai. Tahlc 'I'mnl-rs, ie prrset
I Invite eerjloiy to call alio! examine my
tork of ijiifruaii't (ila?warc ami com
I Infc nl.o ju-t refelvoi a Urge Invoice ot
Table and I'ockct cutlery, SlUrr I'laUilani)
IlrittanliTable nml Tea SpooiH and .Boup
Ladle. Ka.v IIaiitma.v,
3-Jvtf. Tor. iixtU .t Vhii. Av
i uml See Her.
Landlords ot hotels und boardiiig huui
w 111 find it to tlielr tJvat Hire to call upon
Mrs. Coleman, l.-iumlrc-r, No fj Konnh
trnt, betwe.n Washington umt Commer
cial aen:in. Hotel and lio.irding-houe
(ir.cis arc as follow : SliiRle )ilrt and col
lar, 10c; per doen i0c; ocks &c; two eo!
larn, tr; two hndkereblel, fn-; tests We;
and ail gentlemen'" wear, SOu. per
dozen, Ladle' dre-es, i'l to Mt;
(Klrtsl) to iMc; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair hose fic; two collar 5 to l"c. For la
dle.' plain clothes i I 00 per dozen; lor la
titat Hue clothes, tl i'l per iloeu; done
drsmptly, and prumptlv delivered. I'a
Mrc liullz Ua the lirgcst Mllllnt ry . Store
In the city ol Cairo with a large stock of
Mill. ncry (io ils o( all the litest fashion
aud tt) le of Lidlrs', Missf s' and Children's
halt, and Ladies' bonnets, trimmed or uu
tnnimed, all of which liavu b:cn ctrfully
selected, an I bought at the veiy lowest
Cash Trices at the four dlller ut mnrkcts
Ht. Louis, Chlcigo, Cincinnati uiid New
Vork, aud which she will offer for sile at
uost. Now Is jour chance to get your
Hats, Call and lee her before 3 oil pur
cha v. at other plire Mic his a tine as.
'ortmentol Lnlle,'Mi--es' and Children's
Shoos, all made to order, that fhe will oiler
for fain Uf y per e cut cheap- r than ran be
bought t any other place In tlio city of
Cairo i alto, a vaticty of other notions.
Mill. M. C. 1IULT7,
Waihlngton avenue, between Tenth and
Eleven h Hretts. tMi-ts-im.
TUr Xollee Hi 'I hit.
am prcrarod to luriiMi to customers
Hoots and Shoei", of as fine, material, as neat
In tit and cheap In price ns can ho procured
by per.Hittlns speculative person, or men
not shoemakers having friend-shoemakers
llvirg in the Kast, to scud tor them. I a-k
banker, public oltleer-, and other per.nns
to take notice ol this announcement. I
make Hoots and Shoes In any Hjlu and of
every quality, fiivo 1110 a trial.
Remembrr the location of my hop
Twentieth Urcet between Poplarstreetand
Waihlugiou avenue, near the Court Houe.
40 M3-tr. Wm UilLUltf.
Tile llenrl it it VVoiiilertnl l'iuiii,
Dm valves ol which open and shut Fcvcnty
or c ghty tinier per minute. If an alcoholic
stimulant be taken Into the blood the pump
woilotmtich fastor,iiiid thUunnaturaUpcod
wram out tho vltnl 111 ichlncry. All tlio In
toxicatliignoMrumsadvortlsod as "tonics,"
"renovators," "correctives," ,Vo , produco
Ibm dl-astrotis cllcct, and Ihiico all lnte.
gent Chiistiniis uro thankful that Da.
WAI.KKll'h VKllltTAIU.r. YlNKO.Ml HlTTKIlS
an luvigorant nml Alterative without n
tiug Is everywhere supplanting these
proprietary poison?. -1-13 Iw.
Two. Home Wnifou Tor finle.
A new wagon for sslo at a bargain, Ap
ply at tlio 1IUM.KTIN eountlng-room. tf.
lel llie lleil.
I)r. Soth Aruold'M Coush Klllcr-tho
great eradlcutor for n'l lung discuses a su
perior rcinoJy to all other inedlcliien yet
discovered, 111 ."ovcro cases. It Is a euro,
ipilek, uml perfcctlj eibs remedy for
eougln, colds, eoro throit, whooping cough
:roup, and all disoaces of the tluovt and
lungn. Itcall prico, 25 and f.O cents and
Any bottle tint doei not give relief may be
returned, ami the money will he refunded.
I)r. Stth Arnold's Dlarrhiea Halsain '.'5 and
fiOccuts. Roniomhor It is warranted. Ar
nold s tin loin Mandrake 1'llls, opiHultiig ,
wi.uoui sicKness and ptlu. Compounded
by Dr. .ScthArnold'H Medical Corporal! m,'
Woonwekut, R. 1. ;old byl'aul (l.Schuh,
itriiKifM, CuIm, III. .,V.'..vi,n. I
Tl'ESDAV, A I'UI I. 27, 1m;-,.
l.ocnl Weiitlicr l(emrl.
Caiuu, III , A.nl iti l.-Tj.
llAli. Ill 1 1:
WlMl. I Vf.t. I W'LAIIItll
7 a in
t l m.
.v i:. i
ICtllilult 47 lodiw.
1IIO.MAS .IM.SKrf, SriiKt. S. 8.
A cooK. Apply til tluj ieliK'iice ot Dr.
Win. inlili, on 'llilikintli otieet, lic
twiuii Wiihliigloii ttvcritu unit Walnut
Tlie l.i' tiire.
'1'liu lecture (lellvenil by .Mr. A. Com
lii;,", ut Llhcnil ICeliKluits hall. .SntnLiy
tillit, wni Ilstoiiiil to by a liirf,"! mi'l up
Iirecl.itlvi'itiiilieiici', anil was tin able anil
liiteri'.stlii; illi:(iur ui tin purl nl' .Mr.
(,'. Tin; ri-iullnt; of two poems by Ml
Livingston whs nUo mi iuti'ti'stlui; ft-.i
tun; of llif oiii"lon.
I Ik- resilience of Mr. (ii or''c I.nini"-
Imry. on Walnut "treel, was ciiiunil by a
liur'lar on .Siimlay nl'lit, ami a eoii-hler-nlih'
ijiiantlly of silverware, anil wmriiiL'
ajiparel "i liecKril tip" short, yclenlay
niornln. The prowling iitletnaii
went In at tin-illnlii-rooin wimlow, and
tin- properly went out llie Willi'; waj .
('. .S. lliilcliii-on, a former n-lileiit if
Cairo, but now of Cottonwood 1'oliit.
.Mo., Is simiiuir a ljw ilav in town. Mu
N ieiroiis of Interview hi'' a tellow who
lit out" from llie I'olnt. a few t!uv a-'o,
HiMiC with him oueof bis (II.-) 1 1 ui
Mu Iiom; to recover liN propertv moii.
ami also to be able to haml the tbl l over
tothe tend'T iniTule of the law.
l'iron having eli,e water In their ci-
terns, can have them pumped out and re
paired on re.ionab'e t niH, by m'llng mi
I.4.VJW. Cro' treet.
I'renirp lo Spell.
Uon't forget the m.'IIIii ir.nteh to
come oil at Liberal KeHyioils ball to-
nl'lit, on whlcli occasion three b:iutilul
prl.es will be awanliil to the three be-t
Meller. On couelu-inii of there.'ulnre.-
ercies. a "Jo-li Ililliii"s iM'llinK'la-J
will In- funnel, wlileliwill nolonbt pr
voku iiiueli inerriliieut. The per-on who
ueeeeiK in "taujiliii':" tip a wor.l wor--
than .1. II. will receive the m.ilal.
ofeboicc butter, ill eoveled palN luddiujj
f to 17 pounds eiteli, tortile by
I'.. .M..SlKilt.N, 7 Ohio I.evee.
Ileilnelloii ill l.n.
M the ttlltiual llif cttllff of the Guild
City fia- Comjiany, m-ently held In thus
fit v, iiuit'1 a reduction was made In llie
price of ;' to lare coii-iimer-, a the
lullow Inj: intc w ill show : The price of
piwilllM'$l ,V) per M., a hereiolorc,
with a ili-coiiiit of llily per cent, per M.
if paid at the ollice of the ( ' mipany 011
or before the "tli ol tiie month. To a
eou-iimer who u-e-."i.Ooo Mini not over
IO.O1K1 P et )ht liiontli. a lit! liter tll'Count
ot 20 cent- per M. will be made; 10.000
and not over l.'i.OOO, lOeenU per .M.: l.,
IWO ami not over 20.0)0. (W cent- per .M.;
WXW ami not ovcr'-'.I.OlK), to cent, per
M.; over .'.'.000. SI per M. (11 llie aVrt'e
ill-coniiis I'iicn meiei
- VanUee Itohlnoii'o iiiaiumotlcombiua-
tionol thu world's wonders Villi appear
In Cairo to-morrow, and us a mailer of
con r-c everybody is going. If there U
any one niuu-ciuciit our people like bet
ter than another, it N u clrcti', if it i a
good one, aud in thi- iiislauno they will
have their wMic gr.ititleil. forold "Van
keu Itobln-on" will bring witli him Mich
nn iii ray of talent and wonder.. a wcro
never before seen In Cairo. This -liow Is
.econil only to ll:irntiiir...aiiil with its teal
Ilippodroiiie on a r.ieu track, tip top cir
cu. In the ring, ladle and gents racing
in Homaii chariots, hulle. ami gunl rac
ing on tlioroiighbrcils, ladies ami gent
racing 011 roller skate', ladies and gent,
racing on velociped., ladles and gents
racing on foot, ladle, ami gents in May
pole dance.., ladle-) and gents in "Mack
Crook" inarches, ladles ami gouts in
'lilne.e-Tartar stick dances, ladles ami
gents in refined "variety" act.., ladle,
and gents in the grand pageant, etc.,
etc., cannot fall to jilcau all. Go curly
ami secure a good seat.
The following can's were dtspo-cd of
liy .ludge Hird yo.terilay:
Lou William'.. Mattlo Halley and
Cliarlcs Allen were up 011 tho charge of
disorderly conduct, which wasof.siiillclent
inagnltuile to wai rant the judge in ac.
slug a line of J-5 tuiil co.l upon each of
the otlendcr.J. They "anted" up ami were
allowed to depart,
.lames O'Mnra was up 011 tho chaigp
of ilriiiikeiiiiess.aiid told tlio oft repeated
talo : how he. took a t-ocial gla. with
1 Mime friends ami neglected to Mop when
I ho bad bad enough, anil tlio coiiscipicnce
wa. he got Jolly drunk, got Into jail, got
I llni'il, couldn't piy, ami was remanded
to the calaboose to htvc! out a flue of SI
1 .Maggie Mogau appeared upon the
ktrcets .Sunday in a bca-tly state of iutON-
, Icatlon, aud behaved herself In a manner
unbecoming even ulrtinkeii woman. Shu
I paraded up and down the principal
itrccts, creating considerable ainuse-
! inont forth'" urchins, but ill.gust 011 llie
part of oldei people. .She wount' ,tp her
Icstlvo carcor by lauding In llm city jail.
Shu bad 11 hearing beforo Ills Honor
Hird, who llmMUier SJ nml costs, ami,
not being able to llfiililnto, will bo.inl It
out , lll0 ully Jnl,.
I THE BI'ELMNO MATCH THIS KVKWNO
T.i lie lilvcn nl ttm l.llici-.il Itelluflillt
The PrlMi to bs AwardeJ.
The order that will govern tin
1 he !ii follows ;
wll. Hie o)n"c- will spell one ball hour.
All who ml", during t'iN half hour
and all 'luted out ; ami then spelling
will bo co. 'or llltci;!! inliiiitc,
will be com.
nil who mis (,
tiilug this fllk'cii iniiiiitcs
ouiited out; ami then
will again be c iillnued. II newuniry,
spelling will be eo I round', until llie
for a given number 1. peller U found,
bet or most fortunate out by Hector
Tim words will be given
Ullbut. " nrfl ni111
Alter the Hwnrdingof t).
i- eoml pii.es. 11 vs
JOsll I1IM.IX01 Hl'KM.IM) ct. vlll be
will be formed, and the medal v bit.
given the bet speller after the .los
style only one trial to be allowed. '
The referees are Mr.!'. S. Ifeut nnt
Mr-. I'. A.Taylor.
Adinislon. 'J.'i cents.
( 'ovimi ri 1:1: or Ahiumikmkma
Mr. (ieoige Mooiuinu, of the Mi in of
l'.iyne, Ivenuiily A Co., New Oibuns, is
in the city pro-peeling.
.Mr. M. II. Cniidec iKnb'eiitfroiiitlie
city mi a vi-it lo Kvaiisvilie. Loulvlll"
and other point.. She will In. gone two
wi-eks or theivubouts.
Mrs. K. C. I'acc and two children left
Culm je-tenlay morning on avMtto
friends in l-'iilrliehl. Illinois.
.Mr-. I'ootc. wife of IWv. .Mr. I'ootc,
of St. Loul, lorinerly of this illy, . now
in th" city and I- the yuct of Mrs. ,lohn
Mrs. Hev. .1. I.. Waller, or t.il. i lly,
left ye-terday iiiorniii on the stenincr
Thoinp'on Dean.oii a protracted plea.nrc
trip to Ohio and the Ku-t.
If. T. Uerould, iipcrliitcndeiit of the
Cairo City (in. coiiipany, left Sitmliiy fur
a visit to friend, in Mlniu.'-ota, and liol to
bunt a wanner ellumte, -oine iimlie
rilnmu-. I'nieiit Cuisfl.
Mr. I. l lliii.ui of till, city, ha. pro
curisl from the Culled Suite, the Kiint
ol an Improvement In coret. whleli we
believe will prove a regular boiian i to
him. rilmsn's linproreiueiits eoni-t
ol oortaln liooks by mentis of whleli tho
steel, may lie placed In the otvel in an
Instant without the usual "ditching, and
nmoveil jtit as ijulckly. without the
ii-unl ripping. Tlie whalebones also
may Iw placed ami removed without sow
ing awl ripiIug. The liiiproveincnls are
of .iicb a ehar.ict'T that corsets innde ac
eording to L'llinan. (iclgn niit-t ivcoin-
nieiid tbeiu-elvc.- IiiiiiiPillnti-Iy to all vvo
ineii who wear ihe' gnrmetit', and who
will lie able to appreciate tin- conveni
ence of being able t prepare them for
the laundry or for wmrlng without the
trouble'ome .ewing or ilpplnir, which
imi.t alwav . be done wltb corset made
In the ll-icil iinnner. We believe Mr.
l.'lliimu Intends to place hi. Improved
eor.-et on the in irket Immediately, and
we predict that they will entirely super
shIc the article a now iiintiuf'.ie'iuvd.
The Coiuiell ptoi-ecdiiig. will be
found 011 the 'econil page.
The weather ye-tcrday was ill-agreeable
in the extreme rainy and cold.
Have you got your fifty cent shin-pln-ter
laid by for the clrcit. to-morrow
l'artic. who go to the neighboring
lakes to ll-b these days, get tlioii-aml- of
bite, a inliiute front mosqiiitiH.
Yotcnbiy vn- a poor day to "cn-eur-li,"'
uotwitli.taiiillng whleli a goodly
number of Culroltes went to .loneiboroto
attend tin Odd Fellow?' celebration.
One ol our prominent citizen-ha- de
layed 11 trip to St. Louis on business, un
til after the clrcit-. Verily, circus'-, make
children of us all.
A ...id spectacle Sunday, was an in
toxicated woman running around the
streets. One of our gallant policeman
i-corted her to the Motel do McCarthy.
The Narrow Gauge eoal dump is be
ing pu-heil rapidly to coiiipktion. That
portion of the city . beginning to loom
up putting on busine.s airs.
The churche-", in all of which ..crvlcea
were held Sunday, all bad good congre
gations, who listened to able discourses
from the nihil. ters.
The old cooperhop, which has been
seleeti'il a the temporary depot for the
Narrow Gauge, Is undergoing rcp.tlrs,
and when completed will present a
very cosy appearance.
Wecoitld have enduieil the pii-.eut
weather very well If It hadn't been for the
Hilly Martins, tho?eli ii bmgers of Spring,
who put In appearance a month ago. and
suggo-ted to its that Spring was at band.
It seems they have been .old as well as
The negro man living on the corner
ofTwcltthand Walnut, who ha. been
down with the small-pox. I. recovering,
and will be out In the ,(.-onr..e of time.
The dlea-e, so far, ha attacked no other
member of his or ol the other family in
habiting the -amp building.
hilliserllie for II.
The citizens of Cairo will be waited niion
this week ami next liy tho local agent of
tliopubllebers of "My Opinions and Itctsy
Hobbet't." This work Is a humorous
one, dealing with a ..iibjccl now one of
great Interest to the public, ami has met
with a morn favorable reception than any
work of Its kind since .Mark Twain wrote
hi. 'Iniiieieiits Abroad." The following
editorial notice of the book from the Sy
rnciHO DM a StawlnrJ will give our
reader? an Idea of It., most salient points:
This book Is evidently written by a per
Kin id great shrowdue.s ami tact, and
lirc-ciits hi a style full ol droll, ipmlnt
liiunor, both sides of the iUcslIoii now
agitating society as it lias never agllatcd
it before, vi.: as to the legitimate sphere
and rights of women. It will not suit all
the friends of women's riuliK bicau.e It
deals shariily, though huiuoiou-ly, with
many of the follies mid vagaries connect
ed with that hide of the question, making
those absurdities uppo.u- about as ridicu
lous as the sturdiest opponent could dc
lro ; and, 011 the other hand, showing by
tin dies of wit, apt llltMratioiK Keen
'liuki s oi humor iiiiilttii,mwci'ablciilgu-niciit-,
that there I, alter all. 11 iil
I'liiinlaiioii lor the elaini for an eiilai"ed
pheii and .iildillollill lights to be In
i okIi i to the female sex. I hi' book s
1111 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 -11 1 1 - readable Neither a
filcml nor a foe to Iciii.iIi .MiVragc who
rc.nis Hi,' "preftii" or one li,iiti-r will
w.i to Hilt reading lb- whole book.
The Interview with linn.t Hnd Colfax,
the one with Horace Gieiiiv. with the
" u 00,1111111, ' Jlieouore 1 iltuii. A.'-.. ,V,
Hip vwt nl the o leiisllife .nithur (",loiah
.vnen . v ne j 10 ".M!n lyii, MJI,!,,.,
lo "A-ler-i-s taveni" mid "Stewnri
stoif," ,;i . all full of wit ami humor, :
well in sound praulleiil v-ii-e, It is
good booi. to read wiien m,,. j,,,, .,t..,
blues ; lor il the render m iiininialn his
gravity while coulilug lis p.ij.,., w ,,(
lie 11 pillllOle liliJCCI llliieeii, liiivingueilli
1 11 1 1 -i-. mil Hi nor hitight' r in hi soul.
CONSTITUTION AND DV-LAWS
ivoiiiiiii'h ( lull mm l.llirnr.v Ak'.oela
Him 01 4 11 1 111.
Vlll'll I.K I. XlMK Xi OIMM.I.
C... I 'I'l.l 1 1 .
n.iini'A 1. 1 iii " " lulloii. oimni
V.11I and i;.tabllbeil Ibr the promotion of
erattire mid Ibr the inmiml beneilt of
bor, njidof melnl hiieri-oursi; atiiong
iiiuii. ulier-, sbnll lie known a. lb,. Wo-
Its nm. ',, (llld Library ..ocliuoii.
iiiiiu'a C. to Hilly develop tin- object
"" ' "i ui" awcition, one of
ami purpose. to acquire at tin- eni lli'.t
'''' ' piircha-e or oilier
i"1",1', "'""K. 'o eoii'alu
wi.e, a Miiiaoif 01,
hall and '-ouilgloiK
projirr locnti'iii, lor tin.
Sur. All propertv
HirtuiPiits, hi a
u"s of Hie or
'llit-r lfiil or
proiMtl. purchased with th
.,. ...... . . . .,
me wary .voi;i.iiion, snail l .( .
III the -aid Club n nil nsoclrtlIo. 'Sn,.
there 'hall Iw 110 Individual lutcfj.t. .jj J
In ; and all hitere!s in the property 01
Club of any iter-on eea-lng to lie a men
lier sllilll ivvrrt to and be Vested ill
tho Club. The title to any real i-tnto to
be Hcqlltl'iMl by the Club -hall be c-te(l III
Trii.tee. lo lie elected by the iiicinbers
thereof at the gi'ii-ral annual nutting.
ahtii i.k 11. orricr.ns.
Tlw oIlLi-rs .'ball con-Nt of n l're'l
ilent. VIc.e-I'rc.lUi'iit, Tn-asttrer, rVcre
buy, and three liht'etor-. all of whom
'hall bo seml-anmmlly elected, at the
regular semi-iiimial meeting tor tlio elec
tion of olllcers, and shall severally fervo
until their eiiecesors are elected mid
.Mniii.Eiii. RVKcrnvnt ).nimi;i..
Si.tnox 1. The adiiilnl'tr.Uioii of the
aflnlra of the Club ahnll be eoulideil lo an
Inventive CoiuniltUe, to be composed of
the bcfote-iiiuutioned otHcers, who shall
meet at least once hi each mouth, of
whom three shall constitute a quorum,
and the Committee ahnll have power to
till all vacancies that may occur hi their
body lH'lwceii the regular meetings of the
uuiu.i: iv. nriii: or oiTiru:..
Fixtiox 1. Tin l're-ldent shall pre
side at all meeting, of the Club, and be
Chairwoman of the Executive Commit
tee; she shall rtjm and evecuti; for and
In the name of tlio Club ntl imvr !.
ary to lie executed, mid the Club fhall
lie held and bound f hereby; and .lie
-hall cotintir-Ign all cheek or other
paper drawn by ihe Treasurer, bei'orc
the same shall be valid, with th" excep
tion of receipts for money paid lo the
said Treasurer, and shall cxerel-e a gen
eral siipi't-vlsum and control ovrr the
atl'.ih s and operations of the Club.
Skc. 2. 'I'he Vlcc-l're-lilent shall ful
fil :ill the duties of the IVosMoiit hi her
Skc. .'!. The Troasuivr shall receive
and hold all moneys, notes and obliga
tion, for tho payment of money, belong
ing to the Club, and disburse the Mime
under the orders of the Executive Com
mittee, and In 110 other way, and shall
keep till) accounts In books belonging to
it. which 'ball, at all icason ibte time-!,
be open to the Inspection of the member,
of the Club; ami 'he .hall give bond in
such .11111 as may be required by the In
Si:i. I The Sccictnry .hull keep 11
record of all Hie proceedings of the Club
and the L'xecullve Committee, and shall
coduct all nlltet.il coriv.pondeiice ot the
Skc. ."1. Nothing in the foregoing to
bo cnn.tiiied to prevent tho offices of
Treasurer and Secretary being Ulled by
the same person, and the per-on holding
said ollice shall receive such eonipcu-a-Hon
for her services a. niav be Used bv
Ainii I.K . .MlXllXfis Ol nn; ( i.l 11.
Skc mix 1. The regular meetings
ahull be held every nt such place.
as shall be designated from time to time;
and at every stnil-amiual iiuvthig flic
Directors and olllcers. shall bo elected.
Skc. 2. Special meetings niav becallcd
by any lour members; of the Club : or by
the Executive Committee, in their dl-crc-lion,
or on a written application to them
signed by four members of the club, to
be left at the u-ual place of abode of each
member, or delivered lo each member in
pci'.on, six hours before each meeting.
.Sr.c. II. Ten member., shall constitute
a quorum at all iucetlns of Hie Club,
and all meeting, spall be governed by
AltriCI.K VI. .MK'IIIKII.IIII'.
Sixuox l. x,;v, members may bo ad
mitted, according to uch manner of elec
tion as may hereafter be proerihed by
the Hy-l.aws ; provided, that no person
under the ago of eighteen year., 'ball lie
admitted to niembei-.hip.
Ski . J. Any member who .hall eon
duet hcr-elf In Viii li maimer in In destroy
the object ol the Club, or who .hall vio
late any ol Us regulation or neglect to
pay her dues for thirty day-, tiller they
become due, shall he liable to expulsion
from the Club on a vole of two-thirds of
thu members prc-eui nt any rcgulaily
Ainici.i: vii. mi. in unfit iuvjikxi.
Ski i uix 1, The receipt of the Treas
urer shall alone be siilllclent acquittance
for the payment of Initiation fees ami
dues and shall entitle the member admit
ted, alter she ha. signed the Constitution,
to enjoy every beneilt of the Club, and
tho said payment shall lie the evidence of
bcr assent to the rubs funiblicd to her
a vvctl it. of lier 'lAmit-'lon to the re-
trlctloii. they enjoin ami tothepeiu.ltli
I "-y . ' "ovuirimoe or Inillallon fee
1 Oil adlliU. ton In il... !..!. .
s.i . 'I I. . ...
'""-nm, Mian )u
dollar. The vcarlv soK.,.,.i,,n,... .1...11
, ., - 1-11,111
line miliar, winch shall be payable lo th
. ie.i.iiu;i ipi.iricriy in advance.
.... uewiy 1'ii'i.h.d i.ieuiber
nun pariicipate in any of the nrkll
01 iiiet.iiiiiiiiitn she. hall have',p.dd her In
illation fee and quarterly installment m
dues ; am ic (,n slMltl J(J )(), H,(1(i
the lierlod of oiiuiiioiith from the day of
bcr admission, her name hall be slricken
iroin me u-t 0f ineinbers
AHtiru; viii. .ii.ii:n.rnx 01 coxsTirt
Thin Constitution may bt. amended at
any '.'.'1111.11111111111 meeting, or at u 1Kjc!:iI
meeting which may be called for that
piirpo;; but no amendment hall be
coii-idcml unless mUrv. dl'tlnc'lv st:,r.
Ing the siune, shall have been read at the
previous meeting; mid no tieh
incuts shall be made n.elc.s
two-thirdsof thu member
1 prx'.-ent at tin.
I.U.C1ION or MKMIIKIIs.
Am- tv, .in.... .M ..
..... ,, iiioiio-eii in- otli. in.
oer nun 'eeonded by another member,
i.ni uruiiiiic it incomer ol till n..n..l...
iioii, provided a majority of the members
at any meeting vole In favor of (he nronn
I'he election of member, .hall lit! lit
ballot, and on all bnllollngs by the Club
the President shall apiiohit two lii'i.ict-
or.s who shall receive ami count the bal
lots in the pretence ot at leat threr other
Every member may introduce at the
meetings of ihe club one or more '(ran
ger, provided u,:h person does not re-
ill the city of Cairo.
,. he following shall be theorder of bus
iness. H reni'mliuu'tlugol the Club:
1. It. '""J-'01 inliiutei of th
oi t.oinnilllfc' :
I. Nov bii'in
0. I.Iterarv et
Provided tliat till onkrui bii-hics, ,.,j.
be cbangisi by a inaji. 'ri,J' "''t'"-' members
prc'cnt at the meeting.
I.IKIt.UIOX-, Xt A IKNKMKX1-.
The.-e Uy-I.aw- m.ty be amended or re
pealed, or new lly-Law's enacted, at any
semi-anuiiiil meeting, or !"'" ollior gen
eral or sicial meeting. prov',lltill t,iat His
intention to move lor ?uch en.'n.,tllU;iL
jieal, or aineiidiuent, slmli Iiavo b'C" an
tiouiKed at ono meeting ami eoii'ldeidat
the next succeeding bii-inc'. niecttug.
('.nn". 111. Mon-ihy Evkvixh, )
April 'Ji, 170
The cold weather of the pa-l week
ended last night with a -toady rain that
Ims la'tid all day to-day, putting an of.
tectnal stop to all out'lde and levee busi
ness for 2 hours at leat. However, the
general market Is so very quiet and dull
that nilii-toniis nor anything cl-c ran ef
fect it much.
We have no change, to note hi the pro
duce market. 'I'he wi ek open dull and
ib pre.-ed in all leading articles except
Hour. Thi- staple continues fairly ac
tive aud very .earce. Corn is week and
tin.ettled. Order, come tn -low ami
there I- no margin to .hip on .peculation,
coii-cquently price, niii-t still further de
cline. The .aine remaik. apiily too.il?
Fortunately receipt, are light and .stock
are not accumulating fa-t. .Meal . verv
quiet ami dull, with a downward ten
doncy. in -ympathy with corn. Hutlcr
. In good supply and lair demand. Eug.
and chicken, are scarce aud wanted; al.-o
choice apph- and Northern potato?-,
Hates are .teadv ami unchanged.
I liver falling.
TIIE M AHICET.
ajfOur friends should bear hi inltid
that the price, here given are ii-u.illy lor
sales from tlr-t band in round lot.. In
lllling orders anil for broken lot. It U nec
essary to charge an advance over these
The market I. steady linn ami active.
There was very little movement to-day,
owing, however, to the -teady mill. All
grade are scirec and la demand. Sales
wcie 200 barrel" jl 7rU 70; HO) barrels
$0 Oug,S(J 70 ; HOD b iricN, City, S I ;
Hi)')) irrel,?0 iV,ii ; m i barrel. S.v.-,?ii ;
ItW barrels SI 700 00.
II A V.
The -upply aud demand are about
equal, both on the light order.. Prices
are "teady and unchanged. We note 'ale.
of I car choice timothy delivered, ?2.'l;
1 ear choice timothy delivered, ?J2 00 ; 'J
car" choice timothy delivered, ry-J-JOO: 2
cars choice inked delivered, Si'-.'.
Holder, are llrm at.to-d.iy'. quotation.,
which arc a .hade lower than hi.tweck.
Orders come In "low there I no margin
to ship on .peculation, cou'cqiicntly tran
sactions are light. We note sales of deals
No. -' while III sicks delivered SJfJeWc:
ear" No. mixed hi sacks delivered Mle:
car No. mixed in sacks delivered Sic:
ear No. J white in sacks delivered Sc; I
car No. mixed In sack, delivered 7('o; 1
ear No. 'J while in hulk on track 77c; 'J
car No. '.' white In sacks delivered sic.
There I' no "hipping and only a small
order demand. Holder., aru linn at pres
ent price.. Slocks are talr. We note
sales of I ear In sacks delivered (Hie; 0
cars in sacks delivered fiOc : I eat'. In bulk
on track ii If.
Plenty and very dull. No demand ut
all hi round lots, to-day. Wo uoto sale
of 100 barrels tlcum dried, tf.i HO 'j(V)
barrel 'team dried, fit (.".
The market . weak ai.d declining, ami
will prol'iiblj goto$jj. The deniiind Is
very small. Wo note bales of :i ear.,
sold early, ML
ltccelpu mi' moderately larfic and the
market Is fairly .supplied. iTiwsnroAiouly
' ""-I uuciiangcii tor choice North
crn. ami demand good. Commun U dull
and neglected. Sales were 1000 pound,
choice Northern packed, 2. ; o packnges
choice Soiilhcni Illinois, 'J0e: ii packages
eoouiigniiticr, I.,;ll package choice
.Mirihcrn packed, '.7e; KM pound
choice Northern, p.ickcd -M2.'5.
ncccipts are light and maiket bare.
I'he ileiiiaud Is steady and price firm.
bali-s i!00ilo.cn, U'ie tJ.Wdocn, l'i;k' ;
.vwmo.'m, i-jc; iw down, liU'c.
"c.pi.'.aHiuKi ready sale, and there
is no stippne In the maiket. Kid.. u-..n.
-'oops;heu, s;i oo; r. coop mixed, $;t.
.'I 50; 0 coojm choice hens, i: (Vvji 75;
coops mixed, ??2 70(5,:).
t.'lioleu line, ready .sale at .Vi.
Coiiiinoii varieties aix- neglected at .Jrt -
00. V c note sales of 'JO barrels elm!,...
00 ; 00 barrel mixed, $'&l 00.
ORANGES AND LEMONS.
There I. some Inquiry for lemon, nml
few In market. Orange are plentv and
dull. Sales were 10 boxes nr'in.r... 1.
10 boxes leiuoii " '
Sweet liotatoe.s arc lilontv nml n .1..,.
In the market. Choice Northern tw.nM.
i.i . . v"
" are 'ciu-ci., ami request at 1)1)
t-ciiis to m per bushel. UV nolo talc of
isimt-ncls Noriheni peach blows, fin,.
jit bu-liel choice Northern peach blows
v.. "juusiu.'m southern Illinois inlve.l
This branch of th,. market Is vervuitlet,
Nothing I. doing In the wavofroimd lots.
I""'k Is weak and dcclinlnc. lu.i
'inoheii meal. are linn, with a tendenev
upward. We have no .ales to renort.
CAIRO , MARKET WHOLESALE.
.Pec'."' IMIly !' B .M .tmnis, eommisslon
'ii-.Vi . ' '"" vairn iionnt ol
H'Hir, apcunllnff to prodc
Cuii, mlxisl, -iii'Li.t
Com, wlilti', moIiiI '
i Ml", iiiIxkI
Urn, t Ion
.Mull, sti-.im drleij '
Mutter, choice .Snrtliirn roll, .jckl
llllttcr.rliolr.' i.tiiii..rti in ....l..i
Ill ii?r, ii)
"' 1.1 00
I'lilckiiM, criiizt'ii ...
. i " i nii&iii.....
A'ils-, clink,., nr lurn-l
Aiik. common, per turret ...
I'liiMlinv, r Imrnl
Oiilins, jt lurnl
Steamu .James Klsk. Faducah.
.lames Howard, St. Louis.
Hollo Memphis, St. Loui-.
Atlantic and barges, St. Loul--.
City ofijuliicy, SI. Louis.
' Great Hepublic, New Oilcans.
rVylona and barge., N. o.
Tom .la-per, st. l.ouis.
C. It. Church, ( 'lucliniati.
Cons. Millar, Cincinnati.
.-"te. ( ii iievieve, St. LouL.
Arkansas Hello, Evansvllle.
" Ed. Mobbs and barge?, St. L.
fi'raml Tmivr, .Memphis.
Thouip.ou Dean, New Orleans,
Fall-. Pilot ,t barges O. Hlyer,
.lames D. Parker, MeinpliI-.
City of Alton. St. Loul".
Capitol City, Vick.biirg.
Tho-. Shlrlock, Ciiiciiiuati.
Steamer .lames Flk, Padueah.
" .lames Howard, N. O.
Hello MeinpliI., Memphl-.
City of Vick-bttrg, St. Louis.
Atlautlcaud barges, N. o.
city ofCuilucy, Cincinnati.
Great liopttblle, St. Louis.
Pcytona ami barges, Loul.vllle.
Tom Jasper. Steiibcnville.
C. H. Church, N. O.
Cons. .Millar. .Memphis.
" St. Genevieve, Vlck'btirg.
Arkansas H.-lle, Evansvllle.
Ed. Holm, and u.irgc, Chi.
" Grand Tower, St. Louts.
Thompson Dean, Cincinnati.
Fall" Pilot and barges, South.
" .lame l. Paiker, Chielntiatl.
" City of Alton, N. O.
'apltol City, St. Louis.
IlIVKIt, w r.AIHKIl AND lll'SIXK"..
The river hi't evening was 'J I feet
U Il-O Indies on the gauge, having fallen
10 1-0 Inches during tho previous IS
hour-. Heporls from other parts show
that iliu Ohio i. every where on the de
cline, but the Cumberland is still swell
ing, with perhaps 3 lect tl Inches on the
hoals. A big flood I reported hi the
upper tributaries of the .MK-ourl and
MI-.I.slppi. At Omaha the river I high-
r than it ha been known for year.
I'he bottom land, on both sides are
coveted as far a. the eye can reach, and
the river I .till swelling. On the 'JOth
thu river vva. on a -tainl at Sioux City,
and was 12 led S Indies above low water
The weather liei-i' I. mild, but damp
I. L. Hhoilc, Louisville to St. Louis;
Fi-k, Padueah to return; duo. Dlppold
and barge", New Orleans to St. LouU;
Kobt. .Mltchcl and Arlington, Cincinnati
to Memphis and New Orleans; City Ches
ter, St. Louis to Memphl.
11 KM OK CAItflOKti.
--The ltepublle and Hello ofsluovc
port had excellent up-sircaiii trip- of
freight and people.
The Atlantic had thieo barge of
freight and two of Ico lor Now Orleans.
Shu added about :t,000 boxes of oil here.
Tlio Howard, Church ami anchor
line packets were well laden for their
respective destinations, and made light
The City ol Qiilncy, with a barge In
low, and the Tom .la'pcr were loadul
with Iron ore for Steiibcnville and other
points, and-the Edd lloblw h.d Hirer,
baiX'C" ot the same material hi low.
-The Flk i doing excellently since tho
Evainvllle packets turn buck irom Piulu-
cah three trips jior vctk, nm, brh
uuiguuucari'5, uapt. Crn...,
vrs are corre.pomlitit i.
-Capt Dt.galn's Hollle lt,ide, m(M
'Notch Cutter," 1.4 re-elvlug her outfit at
tbe loot of Eighth street.
-The City of Alton will no doubt pa-s
own without lauding, ,io received
-WO tons above here.
-Capt. Davis, ot tho dredge boat No.
L ha returned from St. Loul, and I
lirsemcer1' Bnyth,"K ,,wt m'td'
The T. K. Eckcrt U n n i...i
docks ,lt St. Louis, for general repairs
be Ursolic has received since she vva?
built. She will be apt to irct b,.ti,..
water again within a day or so, mid go to
the burned steamer at New Orleans.
'I'he barge, containing 115 ton rail
road Iron, for the New Orleans, St. Louis
fc Chicago railroad, left lure by thu
'teaincr Iroii'Ides, was unloaded upon
flat car upon the transfer barge Collier
No. 1, and thu transferred to tho mil.
road at Fllnioiu cltv. Till! f'fWf nf mi.
loading, loading ami transfer was thus re
filled to '.' cents per car.
AH Drj'lllTMKNT, I11VKH ItKroHT,
.'oe Houekcr I now In full n,i..i
tho Washington bakery, and having Ie.rn.
ed tho want, of the public, la prepared to
apply on call all demands for French loaf,
Ho-ton, Itmwn nm Graham bromi ...,i
everything cl-o ordinarily found In Urnt
class bak.ry. ll0 maintains a full stock ot
confectinncrlr, and can, as well aa any
other dealer In the cltr. fill alt nr.l.r. in
that line, Cakes baked. Iro.te.l r nm..
mcntcd on short notice. Spocla lattcutlon
given to the orders of wedding or rlcnlc
Allentloii, .MerrlmnlH r tin- Stir
1 have a full stock uml ran nlwv. nn
ders on iiienswaro and GUfsware at St.
Uuls prfeca. Die followIniMs n lft fit ivhnt
Iliaiconhand at present:
wrap Chliancys. of all kind., i.v n. n..-.
rcl, box or dozen.
Gls Lamps ol all sUes and klnd.
HO dlliiircut styles and klml. nf n..
Limp Burucr of all descriptions.
Limp-wlck, Uotrrami. (;ijn8
Coal Oil Char.dellsrs, Cake Standi, Gla
! rult Stand, and in fact overv thlni? In ihr
Crockery and Oli'swaro line.
I will giurantou to duplicate any bill
puroha-ed in St. Louis and give equally
as good an u--ortment, us my mock l com
plete In all kinds ufijiicen aud Glassware.
I nlo have put up In Ca'k for tho rftall
trade ltockinghamsnd YcIIov. Ware.whtcb
t will acll at r,: oer cent nir tlm ri'irnUr' ii. i
Al'O a full line of Tbl nml PorU't Cut
', i lairu, iinttania, Tablo and Ten
spoons, ami Soup Ladle. Come and tee
fory.uirielvcs. n. n.ti4TM4N
3-2-tf. Cor. SI.Mli A- Com. Av.
A Xm Stylr.
H. Ill -elf, boot und .shoemaker, on KMon
stteit, between Wasldnsroii in.l ihmm.r.
cbil avenues, ha just received a new stylo
of 1 i.t. uml is now prep.ired to make h boot
taat, for no itncss and comfort, cannot bo
excelled. (i!vo him a call and c.vnmlau
this new style of h't. CI-l-LVlni.
I'wn good residences on Twentieth
ntvirtliu Court IomPl ai-o fhn I'nllrt
House Hotel, nt low rent, limulre at II.
Meier's Cigir "tore. Jacob Klein.
I have just reclvcd a complete assort
ment ot Glass Shades of all sizes and
shapes, .suitable for clocks, wax Ilowers,
etc., also Mos. and Chenille, und nln.
tile and ladles' Traveling Hasket the
largest stock ever brought to Cairo.
Corner Sixth and Commercial.
Ittimbold Is now menared
iiteaen ami rcinodel all kinds of .lint
the latest style; also trim. Coarse,
braid, 00e. Hesldenco Fifteenth street,
between Walnut and Cedar. -l-HV-Uw.
The ,k r lllscovrrr. .
W. Winter, the arll't, Is about to pre
sent to (he cllUens of Cairo a new pic-f.iri-,
with all the coloring of real life.
The means of working these charming
nml life-like picture. will not bo with
held from the public. The modus oprv
audi U as follow ; On thu right hand
side of the camera I attached a mill
which contain tho prlinatlu colors In a
pulverized state. As the color pass Into
thu camera they are received by a tan
wheel which keep the atom hi
motion, 'i'he photographic plate, whllo
wet, is then placed In tho camera the
'liter being In po.ltlou. Tho' handle ot
the mill is gently turned. The cap of
tube Is removed, thu imago ot the sitter
begin to form whllo passing ilirough
the colored atmosphere, the jurtlcle of
dust falling where they properly belong.
When, Presto I you have a lieatttlful pie
turo of yourself or friend.
-Mr. W. U alo making a ploturo called
tho nonpareil, a beautiful style, suitable
for lockets nml miniature cases. Lnrgu
assortment of tho latter on li.uul. Gal
cry oien dally.
Culm niiilNl. I.iimIh Hnllruail.
On nml aficr Monday, April li'b,
frolghu will ho received audaLo delivered
to ('oiitigncrk at the freight Home, loot
ol Fourth ttreet, near the Mlnlnlppl levee,
Irom 3 to 12 a. nt., and from 1 to (I p. til.
TlckotorUce, corner of ommerclnl vc
line ami Second street. .Ioun Fociamy
Iln so Hull irt:ery llrrilln
(;.,. C.Wmu tiup. T JIivimI