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ASUALO.S J.OUUI:, NO. 81
KnlahlA nf Pytlitna, rawlBCMty .Fri
day nlghl nt ludr-puat irven, in Oil-.l.
Fellows' Hall O K. rtLicic,
t liaucellur Gomiiinwler.
At tivAVMKIt LOUGH. NO, ill.
IiiQriK-ielt-Iit OnW of Odd-Ill-
. :n,.i ntnrv 1 IttlrKrl.ttr nltflif
.I hrnt cn. In tlir r hall on
t'oinmcreUl avenue, brtniTii Mxtli ami .-rventli
tlretu. .ioii.iji untivM, .1. (4,
CA1I10 KNCAM PM KNT, I O.'O. I., inrH
id Oil'l-Feliow Hull imthu llrMiui'l llilrtl
IiiciiId) in 'Very month, ul hilf-past sfvm.
UK Alack, J. I'.
ft CAIIlOI.ODUi:, NO.iM.A.K. A A. M.
llnl'l rritiijur loiiiiuiinlMiliona 111
Minlu llnll. corner Oiininvrfii.il it'inuts
uml Ck-hth Min t, .ill the m-ond niel
ourth MimiiUv ul each mouth.
Mr. 1'. KltrKtialU hmju-t received ami
'm dm alo lit his ale room a lurp! Mock
if Kiifclluli nil-, porter, Hi-nncssy brandy
111O wliii-, noil liquor of all kind, which
k( will dlpoc of at rtumtublo price.
-lOtltC (if Itl-IIKIVIll.
Tho well-kiown burlier rliop, corner
Liyhlli and Cnimerciat, presided ov i- by
:lio popular nrll-t, lori! .Htt-liihoilse, has
removed oni! door nortli on I'onitnarc'al, In
lie (irnml Central Hotel. Tim now hop li
aigo. nnd eoinni'idlcu", find those w'ahltig
lor anything artistic In the way of fashion
'dt! hnlrcultln;.', smooth have, 1 1'-., will
Jo will to call at the (iraml Central Iltibcr
ihop. "I Sl.'Mf.
Mrs. Itumbold 1 now prepared to
blench nml it-model nil kind ul' lint-. In
tlm Intent ftyli-; also trim. Coarse
braids, &0e. Pestilence Fifteenth -trcit,
bitwoeti Walnut nml Cedar. I M-'Jiv.
I liac Jmt received the lar'c.-t a-icrt-nient
of (fuoenswaru and awsre, of the
bMt finality wlilcli, bavins? bought for ci-h
direct Iroin llio 1 1117c rUr incl Mmufactil
ror, I bti enabled to f II nl prlr which
defy competition, tlx :
White (irumtu l'.roaklat Plate Wc per ret.
White Cratilto Cupl and Situ-
tori, without hir.d!c. (jor per ct.
Wlilto OraiuteCupj ar.il ntl-
ccr, Willi handle, - - :: per ict.
Lan,o ffla& floblet", Mcptret.
I jrs OIvs Table Tinnier, .1)c per tt
1 Inviti tvr'liody toralUud c.xamlsc lu
Heck of (Juetn and Ulwaro and com
pare price. '
I ImaaUaJU'l rveclvod a hnji-Invoice ol
Table and 1'ocktt cutlery, Silver l'bledatitl
llrittanl.xTabbvsmd Tea Spoons and Soup
l.adle". l).s ll.uiri.v.,
tf. Cor. Mxtli .V: Com Av.
f.'n nml ,S. Mcr.
I .andlords ot hotel and lioardliiK houses
will findlt to their .".ilvaMai;c to rail upon
Mn, Colcmtn, Laundrc-, No 12 1'ourtb
trct-t, between Wldni:ton nud Coinmcr-
hi noii'ii. IHtil and lioirdlns-hou'e
walilin;, T.'i rout per dosn. K jr piece work
prim arc a lollow,: . Single i-lilrl and eo.
lar, 10c; ierilozcn Wc; nock 6c; two col
l.iri, fie; two Iiandkcrctilel, .V; etu aoc;
and a!l gentlcmcn'H wear, bOc, per
dozen. I.ullcV drcKc, '25 to Me;
trH I to.UOs; drawer 10 to K.c; two
lmire 8r; two follr.!j to lCc. Kor !
plain tlotlic. 1 cm per docn; lor la
io clothe , SI 'i" per doen; done
Aly, aud promptly delleroJ'. l'
fi .ftllllli'O ''".
IllulU hi the tirxcnt 31llllucr j ctorr
tyol Cairo with a LirKe -.lock of
w'floeil ol all tin l.itct fa'hloin
o. of Lidieji', Jlikin'andChl'dri'nV
.nil l.adlci' honneti, triinnicd or un
I cd, all of which haw luen earafully
id, an 1 bought at the iciy lowc-t
"I'rlcci at llicfiittr dlirtrcnt tarket
otlU, ClileiRo, Cliii'lnnatl uml New
,'nnd which hc will ofler for Mle at
. Now It jour elianco to get your
i. Call and eo her belot jou pur
at oilier plieei. Slu ha a lino as
jlmentol i.iillc..,.MU".tf.' and Chlldren'k
all mads to order, that 'he will oiler
tale fif y per cent ehe ip' r than call be
wlit at any other place In the city of
fo 1 aUo, a vatlety of other nollot .
Jlitn. M. C. llvi.17,
-.afhlii','tun avenue, between Tenth and
vcp li Mrect".
Tnkp Knlli'P l Tlili,
i am prerarcd to liirnMi to ctitomcn
lllots and Snoc, of at I'm? in.itcrla', a neat
In if. and cheap In juice c-m bo procured
by per.Hlttlns fpoeubtlvo per?oi.. or moo
not r-hoeninkur haviu frlcnd-shoemiker.
Ilxlcu In the KaH, to eiid lor them. I a-k
KJtllMV, APISH. :W, 187R.
I.oenl Weather UepOrt.
C.MU'J, It!.., Apill '1
1 1 m.
1 .1 W.
Vr.i.. I Wuatiimi
t fdfiU ly.
1 1 If-jir.
I IIOMAri JUNKS, Strut. S. i., I! h. A.
Mr. Ili nry Winter, who w.i (dcctuil
iiiayor of the city of Cairo at the late mu
nicipal election, nnd William French
Axlcy, who was i.'lcctcil city clerk at Hip
kiiihi time, for tint I'lisulti): year, were In
alnlled In their now milloiH by tin! city
council ;it 11 Apodal meellu yesterday
A Wi urli ritflil.
The lower pat t of town wai thrown
Into 11 Mule of excitement jfilf.Tilay
morning by a row be'.wceii two ne'ro
women, named Ander-nn and Colby.
Tliey nre Imlh inarrliil individuals, nml
keep lion., niUu pli,", 'eese nnd chick
eni. Tin low jrruw out ofMri". ColbyN
laylni' claim toiieoupleiifet"iewlilcli the
oilier lade eoiuldi'iiHl m bur jiroperty,
nnd thiiiy weru lively lor awhile, the
twain pouinliu, biting, tcfatclilnjr nnd
pulling eaeb other's lialr In the ino-t vi
cious manner. The ail'.ilr was llnallj et
tie I in 11 ."all-factory way to both, and
they are now living :u neighbor cliould.
Mr. lintind llii' fuer, proprietor ot
the rianters' lioii'c, yiHlerday niornin
liurebriM il from an OI1I0 river lUlierin.iu a
numb'TOI line fit turtles, and ilclrc 11.
to Mate that on Saturday moriilu he
will et before tho-e who may wl-li to
partake of It, tin: llu -t turtle Mjiipduucli
that has been lveii in Cairo for a long
time, lie will al-'i have nil lap a la-b
mpply of th it il'diiitful Ix.'Veraf ,
Sehll.'s Milwaukee b -:r, and lie tleires
tin; public In general to be there. He
member the time Siturd.iy morning.
iircic 1 1 1 : i : i : at i.ouu
Ve-(enbiy morning, tlicre nrrivi il In
this elty from 'JVrn- Haute, Indiana,
where they bad bt-cn 0:1 business two
noted trapers ainl iinie-, who were on
their way to the liuutlii .'round', of
Tew. Tlie names by which thee Indi
vidual', are known in the Wet are "Texa
Hat" and "Connni he Hill." Tho twain
have lived and li'tnteil together on the
we-toru pniiri"i fur 11 number of year-,
and are both very courteous L-eiitleiiicn.
'Te.a Hat" 1 a yotuiz man of about
twenty-lbt years of njfe, with liht
jrrey eye, dark hair that f.illi below Ids
shoulder, and is n'toiit live feet ten
Inches bis''. 'H companion, 'Com
nnche Hill," Is a nun of probably forty
years of ae. with dark complexion, hair
and eyes, nud looks n if be wno'f nft.ibl
of nil the Indians In America.
The challenge of the people of I'ailu
cab, oll'erln to incs t the Cairo people lu
a Piiellln match, ha-, up to this time,
ri-celvnl comparatlvfly little atten
tion from the .jiellers ot this city, and
It wa thought by some tint the nll'au
bad been entirely dropped. Hut now
there !.teps torwanl n very prominent
person, and surest that the challfne
of lMducali bo accepted by our cltien.
and that lu addilion to the match, the
Concordia ,-lniu coclely. which em
braces a number of tine .-ln'er-, bo In
vlted to accompany the. party to that city.
Ilv thl mean It Is thought the whole at-
fair could be made one of unusual Inter
est and pleasure. The Miggixtton U a
pood one, and will no doubt receive
attention from our ainu-emenl-loving
Our Clly Itlcer.
The follnwin.? named srnt It-mr-n will
rcpre-ent the city government of tho city
of Cairo lor the follow hiz year: Mayor,
Henry Winter; City Clerk. William
I'reiiili A.xley ; City Treasurer, Hyron
1". lllake; Cltv Altornej, Harmon II
Itlack: Aldermen from the l'lrl Ward.
at 10 11. lu.. via '. V Kt. L. ).'. It. School
arc requested to lake action Sunday, and
If they will report theli conclu-lons to
the editor of this paper, lliey will enablo
nil lo work iiudeitanillngly."
linn II XVhi IMrtjeil ttti ' l ly."
Mr. 0. M. Aldon Kolleved of rilty Uitlnrs.
Niiliierom Oilier Oiilrnue
l'ickpocket.- and thiews were ntnuer
ous In Cairo la-t Wi ilnesd.ty. Slnoe yes
terday morning, wo have learned of 110
It ' than half a ilo."ii ciitk'uion who
were robbed of fiom ten cents to lllly ilol-
hirs. Tho llr-t gentlein:iu whom wo learn
was robbed, was 11 .Mr. Howe, who,
while in one ol II111 ,-lde shows traveling
with Yankee Jtolilnsou's circus had Ills
ptioket picked of 11 levr-iver mid ounil
dollars In money. Then coiue a -tory to
the client that while Mr. fJ. M. Alden
was standing 011 tin; leveo Wcdui'sday
nfieriioon, Mi.nu unknown llglit-llngeml
'i.'iilleniMii sneeeciled In Ic-enlng Ids for
tune to the amount ol llfty
dollar-'. An attempt was al-o made
by 11 burly rulllan, while the
Hey. ilr. Wallar was tandln; on Wnl.-
Ington avenue watching the proces-lon,
to pick his pocket of a line watch.
but was cauidit In the act and gave up
further proe edlng, at lutM upon the
properly of Mr. Wallar. Ilesldo Ihegeiitle-
men n.-itned above, there arc several
others who .Mill 'ml lo e- ainoiinthig
from live to lifteen ilollars wliose names
have clipped our memory. The fact of
.so many outrages having been purpelra
. i..u.i.t..i-.. t.t, , . . .
ICU Oil llll- M.I.V, Ullllf Jl.l 1 HUM 'I iititHll
lii-on' tV'u"wa"Iiiourcily, has:(',tVt '
to belleviTtbal the company wri-onu'iy.
nosed of a lranir of theives nty.
Cil'tom inado ladles' .uu ohlldrenV
i-boo, all gtiainnlecil, for -aUnt the low
e.t pi Ices, at .J. Iturger i (-'o'.-.
The police COIIlt.- Were v.-iy imlet
Slimmer silks ol tho w.v bent ipial
Ity, prices ranging 1'rotn 0"lo IK) cents
per yard, may ! found n I'.iuger
Ladles' and eblldrenV white ults,
braided and embroidered linen Miits of
nil color, can be Ibitml lu ''. oily only
at .1. Hurger it Co'.-. Children's ..nits
from r0 cent. Io.Tj: I.iuu-' uli from
?-J to .i'Jy.
Ilucfner will ghc the H-opleof ihU
city a rare plalc oftuitlcoip to-nionow
.1. Hurger it Co. Iuielie mo-t beiiit
tlful uortuient ofombroilerie, and la
ces In the city of Cairo, nulled at whole
I. Hurler it Co. hire the largest
stock ol pani'ols, unibreH" and sun um
brellas in Cairo. Chiidru'.- parsolsnt re
markably low inkcs. T.c-c artli'les aro
going oil' rapidly, nnd l'h's .-hould cull
before the lw?t of tlm Mow is gone.
Winter took hU cu( - mayor of
Cairo yc-lcrday morula;, and rieneli
A.xley nsniuiesl the dutie-of city clerk.
The tlne.-t i'leetoii (1 ihx-s goxls of
tho u-ry latc.t style and all thv n -w lab
ric sold nl prices which defy competi
tion, nt -f . Hurler S- (V.
The liou-i'kt-per' Uepurliuent nt .1.
Hurger it ( os will dell;'!it tho numerous
lady cti-tomer of that linn. Tlm table
linen, toweling. naklu, hcetlug,
pillowea-e inu-llio.ctc. etc., nio of nil
kinds and ipialithiaudthe pi lies within
the reach of everybody
One of our ex-olke holder, who
its defeated at tin- latt election, talks of
"I...'., the I'.laeV HI"!- and -timing 11
t.inl'rr,. niilille nillrer. and olhur lor i)"
to tako nollco ol thl antotinccmcnt. I I l'i ter Saup and Ceoige Yocitm ; from the
,1 tf Second Waul, . IS. I hi-tlewood anil
roike Hoots and Shoes In any Hle and
gM-y finality, (itvo 1110 a ttl.il.
Bicmbcr the location of my hop
Twrlcth i-trcct between Poj-Urntriftaiid
Va)lik'loi avenue, near tho Court HoiifC.
.?-t f. Wm r.iii.Kins.
....... n v ( M .. At'iiiiili-rrnl 11111111.
I III! ' "
tlm valvesV which open and flint seventy
or o ghty tlrV s per mlnuto. If an alcoholic
.tlimiUnt la tJkcn Into the blood tho pump
woiks much fan-r, nnd thUniimtu-aWpccd
woors out tho vtM michlnory. All tho In
toxicating iioMrmiitailvBltt'o I a "tallies,"
"renovator.," "corr-cilvcs," .to , produce
this dltiiMroutctlect; Mi4h uco all Inttdll
vent Clul-dluii- aro Oar. k fill thai 1M!
WAI.KRtl'fl VKIIXTAnt.K VlNEO.Ml lit rfKIIS
an Invlgorant and AltcrnUvo without
tiu 1 cvcrywhMo eupnUnttng Ihcsi
proprietary poison. 4-13 Iw,
TtlO'Itiirao XViicon I'm- Ni.lr.
A uow Wiigon (or salo at a bargain. Ap
ply at the UuM.r.TiN rountlng-rooiii. tr.
Jrt the Heat.
llr ssoth Alliohl's Coitili Killer tho
arcat eradlcator lor a'l luns dUcascs a hi:
perlor remedy to all other medicines yet
discovered, In sovcrn cifes, It is n mrc,
ipilck, and perfectly nufo reinedy lor 1
cousin, coliH, aoro throat, whooplrscaujih
Wood Hitteuhou-o; fiom tlie riiinl
Ward. W. I. Wright and 11. F. I'atker
from the Fourth WarJ, C. 1". N'ellis and
C. O. l'.itler; from thn Flfili .Ward
lliomas . Halliday aud Charle-, I .in
a-ter. Of the abavo nanieil Aldorinen
George Yocuui, from the Fiivt Ward
Wood Illttenliou-e, from the Sfcoud
Ward:H. F. F.irkcr, Iroin tho Third
Ward; CO. J'ntler, from tho Fourth
Ward, and Charles Lancaster, from the
Filth Ward, were elected at the late nut
" " Picnic.
On tho 7th dav of next mouth tin
Suml.iv schools of Cairo and other nelgh
boring townsand cities will hold a Ilasket
I'lenic on the Fair grounds at Joncsboro
TliL is one of the moft pleasant places lu
Soullieru lllluoi, with it beautiful
shade, trees, commodious buildings and
beautiful green turf, and is just tho spot
far .li a demonstration, hxtonsivi
p-cparatlons aro now In progress lor I ho
event, and a grand tlmo may bo looked
fm-. The people ot .lonc-uoro, wo .ue
phased to sav, both young and old, aro
i .i . f i... n.rn.t n..,i or r.mt class w no w i nt any uiuu p.n-u-
Inngs. Itotall price, i!5 and f.0 cents and l. ! lie" Mielf own plcasuro to iusiiro that ot
Aoybottlo tlut duos not sho relief imy ho their friend, as was clearly proven on
returned, and tho money will bn refunded, last Monday, and will not fall to make
Dr. Still Arnold's DIarrliuM llalsim, 2.1 and their visitors feel perfectly at home. In
V)eonts. Hemoniiior It is warranled. Ar-1 a,caUltiK of tlio projected picnic, tho
uom's iiinous aiatuiraKo rui, opcuuhk Anna tiiio'i says:
without ilckncss and pain. Compoucdod I (t... ..0fim.tei
l,.nr S.ih a.i.ii. Xl.llnl C.iriinr.itl Ml J 0 are uqui Kiel
throat, who made picking' the ii'.,mijC,
of their patron- a means ol livi(
The nianagi-r of the concern ar,itj,,y
to mull'. I'.ir Jiistance, ti"
vertl-etl ticket- lor 'ale at lllly e . ;,
the tljor- to bu itp"iied at 2 o'clock. '
people congregate on the groundi at
the appointed time, but find, In-tc.id ot
mi open ticket oilier, a lot'ifilouble-ll-t'd
ihsid-beats with hands full of ticket, yel
ling at the top ol their voice, "Iluy your
tickets hero, now, and avoid tin- nidi at
tins wagon." The nn-u .peel lug ones at
once bite, and llml that they are obliged
lo pay lifteen cent- premium on their
ticket-, hi order to get avoid standing
around on the otil-l.lt-. Thl game va
pbyed to perlection by llio Yankee Uob-
iuson company. They took in at lea-t
two hundred of our people by it, on Wed-
ne-day nlht, aud would, no doubt, have
iviuht twice that man had they tried it
in tlio afternoon to a very .great extent,
but they were -harp enough to know that
the trick would have been dl-covered had
they commenced It too early, and would
probably have kept many from attending
nt night. Nuuieroiisotlierllttle grab gann-s
were notlesable features with the compa
ny, ami If Yankee ever makes lit ap
pearance In this city again with a show,
we art! con-trained to li.-ll.-ve he will re
ceive a n-ry cool reception.
.Viitlre to lloliler nl Infer.--.! Il.-.irinu
t II.V tfriier.
Public notlco N hereby given, that I
tin prepared to redeem iulere-t bearing
Cltv Orders No. '220. -J21. '-'il, '-.
7,'22?, 2i'., .,:!0,,-,;il,2;i:i, -J-H. 'J-i.i. 2:10,
ZI7, 'JJs.'Viti, 210. 211, 212. 2i:i, 211 and
I.1 lu ea-h, principal ami Interest, on
presentation, and the interest on all ot
tlie above orders not presented within
ten (10) days from date will cease.
H. F. iti.AKi:, City Trca-urer.
Oaiiso, lu-, Aptil 2-', 157.1. I-2'J-:SI
turnetl lb,..' , . ,
by Dr. Soth Arnobl'ii Medical Corporation, 1
Woonioekct, It. I. Sold by Paul (J. Scuuh,
drug,'lt, Cairn. 111. 5Vt-2.1.Sui.
Two good rt Mdenco on Tweutloth street
nwrthe Court Hoiue, Also the Court
Houii Hotel, nt low rout. loqulro ut II.
Uy w'( Otfiir ntort, Jacoii Ki.kik.
Kleil to extend a publlo
nvltatlou to nil the Sunday Hiiools ol
Anna, and all others, to unlto with tho
Cairo Union Sunday school, nt the Fair
Grounds at .lolieeboro, lu a llasket Pic
nic, on Friday, May 7th, 1875. Music,
speeeheH, and other appropriate exercises
are lu preparation. The wairo scuooi
Mid It fvWud, wlH rrivii t Jenwboro
A I'ei-Hcriileil I.otur.
Annie Corlan, who lives in the upper
part of town, Is a colored damsel ol about
tghtecn -uninier, of more than ordinary
intelligent.' for one of her race, and rather
prcttv, her complexion being n rich olive,
whllo her lin are ruby and her eyes ol
Ihatjetlv black ami twinkling descrip
tion that never fail to Impress one of the
oppo-lte 1.0 s at lir.-t -ight. Annie ha a
whole regiment ot tlio mo-i anient an-
mirer. all of whom she treat- with Hie
profoiinde-t respect when lu her com
pany. There I one, however, who seems
to have tlio uppei haijd of all the other-
Ill- name i Harvey Snyder, and lie i- a
well-to-do young nun, while the other
suitor are nil of an Indolent disposition.
Annie, It is .-aid, ha- observed, with sir-
!faetlon, tlie striking ilill'.-reuee between
Harvey nud all the rest, nud has shown a
decided preference for him on several oc
casion-, while at private gitlierlngs.
Harvey ha b.eom' eoii-elou
of Id advantage, and, like the re-t
of mankind, pre.-uinpliou-, and when
twilled about Aiiuio ha its uiiiuh as said
that cite wa in love with him, and lie
wa-n't afraid of any of hi dark khincd
rivals. This came to the ears of one ol
the aforesaid rival, and lie, feeling that
Haivey should be cha-llc! for Id
"check," but fearing that he, alone, was
unable to "get away" with him, lnforuu"d
his brothers In misery of the matter, and
three of them made up a plan to waylay
him. This plan was carried Into execu
tion last Wednesday night, while Harvey
was returning lo hi.- home from the cir
cus. When near llio corner nfTwentle h
street ami Wellington avenue, tho tluvo
men pounced upon aud gave htm a com
plete thra-hlng, loosening several of Id
teeth, drawing tlm claret from hi nose,
and otherwise using him up. The unfor
tunate lover declares that he will bo
avenged, and that he will marry Annie
or bust. There Is an old say-
lug, "tliat tlio course of (rue lovo never
runs smooth," nnd Harvey has bad the
rough shin of it. Let him now go In and
prove himself a man.
I.ntlle' 1'uriilNliln!.- More.
A ladles' funiblilag store has been opened
In the Theatre building, and flocked- with I
a lull lino orovcrytuliis pertaining to ladlca"
wcur ready-niad-i ilrcics, underwear,
clivall of tho latest style f, and will hosuld
at lower li, urea titan over before oilcred lu
ro. These good! were, purchatod tn
New York, aro of the best material, an I
will bo told very re.ssontt'jlo. Al3 Mil !
1 nvry good of (ill binds i!U l-VO-lin.
. . i ...
oillcc. (Jt.l" S'gl"ve, goon tpiai-adtnint-tr.itif.'-le
button kid glove-.
vvill give eha. C(.ltiI. Call and fit
on speak pi" v-....
and rnllre' - -o.-.
the' ..e ol the newe-t stylos, hand-
coilii! Iiiillie-. ami me nitesi luforiuieni oi
collars mid coll', lo lie found in tho city
are for s ile by .1. Hurger it Co., nt popu
The j le-iile to be given by the latlies
of Cairo lor the benelU of the Sisters of
Loretta, lu St. Mary'- park, lake- place
White good-, the hiiuiUoine-t line
ever brought to ltd city, including
l'iipi', Nan-ook-, Swl-s muslin, tnrlet
ans, etc., all selling at price- lower than
the lowet, for -ale at .1. Hurger .t Co'.
Ladle vvill save money by examining
ilie." good before piircha-lng clevvheie.
It ha1" been -ugge-Utl that the Con
cordia singing society be invited to ac
company the people of till-! city to I'ii
ilucah on the oc.-a-ion o' the spelling
iiinteh, provldetl it U aeccpte'l.
We tsill attention to tlie large and
liand-otne stock of gent's furnishing
goods ju-t brought to thl city by .1.
Hurger &, Co. Theso goods liavo nil
1k-. ii M'lectett with great care and are of
the liite-t nnd mo-t tle-irable Myles. and
old at bottom inlet-. (Jei.tl.-nien nm
...... i..ct..l .- .v.ll nml hou Toe li-... -1
I .... t.. .1 ll.A
'I'liort. will ll" n '" iivuni". mi.
fsuii.i,.;- nooi -cholar of this ami other
cities at .lone-b'iro on tlie seventh of next
month. The pie-nle will take dace on
jho lair ground-, and a p!e:i-ant time I
anticipated. Oriiinl t'nlou Siiiii.I ir Ki-linnl i:eiir
sloii. The L'niou Sunday Seluol of Cairo ha
made arrangement with the Catvo and
St. Louis I tail road Company foran excur
sion on Friday, the 7th of May, to .lone
boro and return.
liie train will leave .vcondstreol, at h a.
in., anil leiun street ai &:i.i ti. in. i in ar
rive at .lone-boro at 10 a. m. Heturnliig.
will leave lono-born at I p. m.: arrive In
Cairo ut 7 p. in.
Arrangement have also been made
witli till Hie Schools of .lonesboro aud
Anna, to unite with ii-in a Grand Sun
day School Celebration, and a llasket
Picnic Dinner mi the County l air
Hvery friend of tlio Sunday 'jjhool
cause 1- oordlall.v Invited, and we tru-t
they will Join with us on this occidon.
HcfrcihineiiU lor sale on tliegnuiid-:alo
plenty of good water.
Fare for tho round trip : Gentlemen,
$1.00: Ladle, .10 cents; Children, under
12 year,-. 2-1 cents: programme for the
occasion will ha published in due time.
.1. W. Sti:wai:i.
G. M. Audi.n.
H. .I. Ciwiui r,
Committee of Arrangements.
rTIieretif C ille!) I'.v Hie
Caiiio. Ii.i... April 20, 1.S7.1. I:."thi.in. (
Present His Honor, Mnyt'ood,and
Aldermen Halliday, Mathu-s. Xelll,,
Paup, Walderand Wilght 'k
The Chair stated tli.it the object of the
meeting wa for the approval of the bonds
of newly elected city olllccr.
Tho ofilt-lal bomU ol thu lollowlng
tKiuiiiil n tilt u'cri' nre-onled. ami on
' motion of Alderman Halliday approved
I uml ordered Med. vl.: Of lleliry Will-
ler. Mavor elect. In the sum oi s?.i,uw
having asseciir!lle,-lobii MeN'ulty, Petor
Culil and Peter .Veil ; 'f Win. French
Axley, City Clerk elect, In Hie Mint of
S2,0:ij having a securities. M
ker, l(. II. Hulriland li. A. Thorns; "f
City Attorney elect, Harmon II. Hlack,
lu the Miutof S2,0j0-liavhiga.tecurille,
.LA. fioldstlno ami f. Hoenwatcr. Tlio
council, on motion of Alderman Saup,
. ..... .....
Wtl.t. K. IIAWKIV-, il.V ' H'fK.
Wd will tike, at the t. Cltirle Hotel,
at 12 per month, nndM boarders with ciol,
ploasuit rooms on tho u-per Hoar, at 30
per month. At this ext'emely lw rto,
liono but promptly payln Uovilcra will be
iiccrptctl, ,1kwi.tt Wu.cox i-Co.,
('into, It. t... TiicitsoAY Lvr.sixo, 1
April 2!i, 1875.
Wo have at last to clironlcle two suc
cessive days of clear uml warm weather,
yesterday and to-day. Karly lids morn
ing a heavy sliowcr of rain accompanied
by thunder and lightening vMted us, but
all -Igus of it had disappeared by nine
o'clock and the balance of the day was
clear aud plca'ant.
I'eporls from tho fruit-growing -ce
tlotis iirouud us are more favorable, It Is
now thought that the crop was not In
jured by the frot as wa rumored, ami
will be 11s large a ever. Strawberries
have made (heir appeai-amo in market
but sell ut prices that place them out of
reach of most people.
The general market Is lu a rather do
preed condition. There Is no specula
tion lu corn or oats at present prices,
f'Oii'eipienlly, although holders lire linn,
bnyi rs me oil and Ibere I very little lin
ing. Flour Is scarce, llrai and active, a
little more fptlet. petliap, In choice, but
the market i entliely bare of low
aud medium, Orders nre held for Mip
pile. Tin: MAttKivr.
rT"Our friend -hould bear In mind
that the prices here given are 11-ually lor
sales from ilrst hand in round lot.. Ill
illllng onler.s and for broken lots It i- nee-es-iiry
lo charge nn udvaneo over tbe-e
Choice grade are more quiet but low
and medium Is in active demand, and
holder are linn. Price li ivea tendency
to further advance. All kind.-are very
scarce, and dealers llml it dlllleult to fill
order-. Wo note -alei of 20'J barrels
choice, to arrive SO 2.1; 200bariclsclioice
iO; 100 1mm Is good winter X?.1; 1.10
barrels 8l.Wi,'5 7.1; 100 barrels low
grade $ I fc(VW,3 00; 100 barrel fancy $(1 2.1;
100 barrel medium S.1 0: 'V) barrels low
grade S I 7.1; 1500 barrels XXX -pring
S.1 10; .100 barrels city S.I 00; 300
barrels 51 7.VS0 .10; 100 b-invN super
11 tie S I .10.
Stocks are accumulating and price de
clining. The demand for choice con
tinues fair at lower llgure. $22 00(22 .10
are outside quotation to-day. Sale- were
2 ears choice timothy delivered $22 .10 ; 1
car choice timothy delivered $21 '.0: I
ear choice timothy delivered $21 : 1 car
choice mixed delivered $21 ; 2 ear- choice
timothy deliver $22 .10; tear prairie de
The market rule- dull mid tlcpres-ed,
ind price- tire weak and shaded a little.
S.ook- ure accumulating. We note .-ales
of II car- . 2 mixed In atk delivered.
8 : 2 car.- No. 2 white In aeK- tlellvereit,
R2c : 1 ear No. 2 mixed 111 sticks deliver
ed, SOe; 1 ear white mixed in s u-kstlcllv
en-d. Sic ; :i cars white mixed lu bulk on
track. 71k: .1 cur- No. 2 white. In built on
track. 77c; 2 cars No. 2 wldto mixed In
sacks delivered. Sic.
There I-a full supply in tlie maiket
nnd no demand at all. Transaction- sire
U ..!. ...Mll, ,M.n...i.l.l.,,.uii.x
lot-, ("uotations tiMlay are ccni
sacketl and delivered, and no car load
The market U .-teady and linn at $.t C
for country aud $: 70 for city hi round
lot-. Thesupply is fully equal to the
demand. Sales were 100 barrels steam
dried delivered, $il 05 ; 200 barrel steam
dried delivered, $:t 0-1.
The market U well supplied, quiet and
lull. There 1- scarcely any demand
except In a .-mall jobbing
vvtiv. Quoted -low to-diiy
Slock- of all kind are accumulating.
Tho demand lor choice Is fair, but not so
largo as at the opening ol the week.
Price- are steady and unchanged. Sales
were !i00 pounds choice N'oilhcrn, 21c;
.'SOO nounds choice Northern, 2.1o; 200
pound choice Southern Illinois. 20c; .1
nib,; elw.lei! Northern. 2.c; 10 llrkms
choice Northern, 2i!e; 1.1 tub Southern
Illinois. L2e: UCO liolllllls COIUUIOII to
The demand I stoutly and active and
i-..e..lnt llehi. Vcrv ft w come in and
all llml ready .-ale at quotation-. Sale
reoorted were 20t) dozen. 1 lo ; 'Mi do.en,
inje ; HIiXJ dozen. 12c; 1100 docn. VJe.
The market continues active and un
changed, and Mipplie- light. AllolVer-
lugs are taken tit price, ranging from
$;i CKYJ 7.1. Sales were . coops
hen-$:i .10 7.1; 0 coops hens $.'5 7.1;
coons mixed $;i 00; I coops liens!-.. .i'r
Choice are tcareo anil wanted. Com
mon varieties are plenty and almost un
saleable. We note sales of oO barrels
choice So SO ; I'J barrel eholco $:i 00.
,'t 2.1; 20 barrel choice 1 OO-1 :w
barrel- clioteo s:i .10.
Sivt el notaloes are not wanted nt any
pi ke. They are quoted nominally, $a" 30
per barrel. Choice Irish potatoes eu
readllv at quotations. Sales reported
,. An i.n.tieU Norlhern uracil blows
deitveriil. SI: 20.) bushels Southern Illl
nols luaeh blows delivered. 00.! ; SO sacks
Southern Illinois peach blows, Wlu ; 10
barrel pink eye. $2 01.
Mini c!ison for bandllng provision In
ii.i. ..,.,,.i.-f.t is iieai-lv over. Tho trade
inn niuu v i i
tbrnunh the Summer U altogether retail
vvnnoi.. uiiiesol lOOOiKiuud sugir cured
t 1 1,. . l.vn nniind clear side, 111
H.1111-, ,- , 1
fliuioiiiitl Oruon ThhIiik.
Mr. M. Kuhue desires u- to say that he Is
readv to n.ctlve orders for Piano and Or
;an ttinlus', ami repairing lnu-'eal Instru
incuts. Orders may bo lull at tint comer ol
Thltteenthiind Waluut s'rects, or 1. v.
Iloxdil), and will iccclvc prompt alttnttoii,
.Ioc KutiCker Is now lu tjill control ol
tho Washington bakery, and having learn
ed the vvatits of tlio public, I- prepared to
unply on call all demand- for French loaf,
Itniton, llrown ami Graham bread, and
everything ebo ordinarily tound In a llrft-cta-
bakery. Ho maintains a fulstoakol
conlcrtioncrlc", and can, ni well as tiny
other dealer lu the city, fill all orders In
that line, Cakes baked, tro-ted or orna
moitcd on short totico. Spccla l.ittcntlpn
glvou lo the oriersof wcddlngor plcnld
part li s. lM2.tr.
1'ersocs having slro water hi their els
terti.o, can have them pumped nut aud re
paired 0:1 irniii,ib!o t -rni, by t-a ling mi
.1. h. Hawkish,
1-2.V2W. Cros street.
Attention, Mercliniil tr Hie Siiir
1 niitiilliix Country.
I have a lull MorU and can always illl or
ders on (jucciisivaro and Ol n-swaro at St.
Louis prices. The following!, a list of what
I have on hand at present :
l.nmp Chimney", of all kind, by tho liar
n I, hot or dozen.
til s- Lamp- ot all sljs and kind".
bo illtlcrent stjles and kltels of ltar
Lamp Humors ot all ilcserlp'.ions.
l.-iinp-wlck. Hecr imns, Ola- Ullei-lnrs,
C.oi Oil Chan.lull!r., Cako Stands, (lla.s
Fruit Stand., mid In (act every thing In tho
Crockery anil fih-Mvarc .'ine.
I will gitatalitoo lo duMlc-ite. any bill
pureha. -tl 111 St. Louis and give equally
'"il an as-ortinent, as my stoek Is com-
plulr In nil UlnJ. nl litn n nnd UlA-JU-.r...
I al-o have put up in ca-k for the rr.tnil
trade, It'jcklnshatii and Yellow Ware, which
I vvbl tell at .15 per cent on" lbs regular list
Alo a lull llr.c ir Table and Peek I Cut
ciy. riated, llrlttaala, Table nnd Tea
Sponi", aieJ Soup Ladles Como nml fee
fnry.iurolvos. 1). Hauimas,
:i-2--tr. Cor. Sixth .V Com. Av.
A New si.vte."
11. Block, boot and hocinaker, nn Klsbth
street, between Wa-hin-ron mil Commer
cial avenue., ha just received a new stylo
ol I i-t, uml Is (low prepared tn m-iko a boot
tnat, for nnatn'' and comfort, cinnot he
excelled, (ilva I1I111 a call ittul examine
this notv style of jt. ill-l-15-lm.
Cairo nml St. l.nuW Itiillfiiuit.
On titnlaf.cr Mor.diy. Aptll 2fl, lbT.i,
frt lshts will be received iindalo tlellvcrcd
t ) coioljnecs nl the i-'i-L-lrht Hotl-e, In .t
ol l-'ou-th rtroet, near the Min-i-!ppll'jvcc,
irom a to 12 a. 111., and rrom I to ll p. m.
Ticket oillcc, comer of Jo-aimerel-d avc-
iiui and Sec ml street. .Ions Fafiorrr,
I have ju-t recked a complete assort
ment of Ola Shades of all Mzc- and
shape, Miltnblc fur cl.x-ks. wax llower-,
etc., al-o Mo- and Cl.etdlle. and pic
nic and ladle' Traveling lJa-kct.-tbe
largest stock ever brought to Cairo.
Corner Sixth and Commercial.
Mr. Charlotte Sanders having been re
ciue.letl to give music Usons In Cairo, begs
to etate -ie will tin o on tlm follow lug
term : For pupil under twelve, .-evenly
, . . I Illl. IS. . .1.
lecmis, Lv ilolir ; speefd vocal le-on
In tiio Italian method, nnndollir. Apply
at .Mr. A. MivLle'-. Klltventli Mrect.
The At;e if IHm-im cry.
W. Winter, the nrtl-t, Is about to pre
sent to the citizens of Cairo a new pic
ture, with all the coloring of real life.
Tin- menu of working the-e charming
and life-like pictures will not be with
held from the public, llio moln oper
andi I a follows : On the right band
,-lde of the camera Is attached a mill
which contains the pri-matic colors In a
pulverized state. As the colors pa-s Into
the camera they are received by a lan
wheel which keeps the atoms In
motion. The photographic plate, while
wet, Is then placed in tlie camera tho
sitter being in po-itlon. T ho handle ol
the mill I- gently turned. The cap ol
tube Is removed, the Image ot the sitter
begins to form while pass-lug through
the colored attno-phere, the particle ol
dut tailing where they properly belong.
When, Presto! you have a benutllul pic
ture of yonivelf or friend.
Mr. W. is also making a picture called
tho nonpareil, a beautiful etyle. suitable
for lockets and miniature ja-es. Large
assortment of the latter on h.ind. Oal
cry opto daily.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
tloiipy Itellerior VoHiiK.Hen from the
ifitcts of Krroi-J and Atintes In cully lift. M-iu-liood
rotated. Imi.ollimnls to Marr)JK re.
moved. New mcUiod ot lmiliit.nl' -New and
reliwrl.al.le remrttic. Ilwiksund cliculai-d stilt
free, Inwileitiiivi-lois-s. Addrc-, IltlWAItl)
.Vs-OCi.VIIDN. IWX- SblUl lret, I'ldlailel
.Ilia, l'a , n Iiisllliitlou luiviutfii liixhitputa
lion Ivr lumonil'lo coniluct uml professional
on thn shoals, but tho Ohio Is fulling nt
Kvniuvllle, Louisville, Clnelimu and
Tho weather Is clear - aild,warm, and
but for a strong wind which nettled
things up a little, would be very pleasant.
lieu and barge, St. Louis to New Or
leans ; Capitol City, St Louis to Vicks
burg ; Fannie Tnttini, Si. Louis to PltU
btirg; Vint Shlnklc, Cincinnati to Mem
phis; Mary Houston, Cincinnati to Now
Orleans; Con-. Millar, Memphis to Cin
cinnati ; Nick Longworth (to-morrow),
Cincinnati to Xew Orleans.
iti:ai- fit' c.vitoo.
The City ol Helena brought 137 bale
cotton for the Fast.
The John Plppold and Smoky City
had large fleets of coal for the South.
The Mlunrola had 31 bales cotton
and a light trip of sundries for the Ohio.
The Haven took two barges of salt to
St. Louie, where sho will get two other
and proceed to Hannibal.
Tho Robert Mltehel was kindly dealt
vvllh hi the lower Ohio and at this port,
and cleared for New Orleans last evening
with till the freight she wantetf.
(IHXr.ltAI. itkms. . '
The Cha. Morj?ni left New Or-b-nns
on Wednesday evening for Cincin
nati. Tho .Tallies Jfow.mlarrivod at New Or
leans yesterday and will Ie.no for St.
Louis to-morrow evening.
Th" Harge of ore sunk by the A. J.
iviKvi .it tri.li .liiiimlu's, nbout It vveekn
ttgo. Is high and dry and apparently In
Mr. Jou Smith, ol Cairo, who owned
the bar of the Kxporler, had tnado large
purchases of banana stud other fruit and
lost nil in the lire. Ills loss amounts to
Iteo.-tCapt. O. M. Alden of this city
lllly dollars to see. the show on Wednes
day. While ho was securing tickets,
some light-lingered nrtl-t plckedtds pock,
el to that amount.
The ollleers and crew of the John
Kyle were all saved. Capt. Abo Hutchin
son (date that every hand on the, boat
t ame forward on Satunlay aud received
the. money due them from the Kyle not
one was nil lug.
On .Monday last, In the. vicinity ot
Augusta. Kentucky, Mr. Samuel Hrogan,
engineer on the ferry boat Dr. Mackey,
fell into the lly-wheel pit, and was so
badly torn to pieces that hu died hi a few
hour'.. The deceased was 33 "years ol
tige, nud leaves a wife and family at New
Tlio Thoma- W. Mean had 3 barge-
ontaltilng 1,200 tons sundries -lor M.
.oni. ami -ho tli-eliargcd 27 keg nails
hero. 1 ler clerk, Capt. C. U. Miigui,
went ahead ot the Means by rail this morn
ing. He -ays that the barge W, 11. Kel-
ltsv, loaded with :m tons iron ore. which
tins Mean sunU nt Cuve-ln-KocK last.
month,! now coming out of water. 11
doe not look to bo damaged inucii. anu
the cargo Is nil on board yet.
W'.vn llueAiiTiitM. Uiviai Itri-our, I
.v in II g), ISi.V. 1
I'oircctfd llnlly by I: JI Stuinis, rommNtlon
mt-niuuit, .-ulttary ut' the Culro llounl ot
liimr, arconliiic to eraile ,
Corn, mlxnl, -ui-kcil
Coin, vtliitr. safki-l
Itrjit, per toll
Vttiil, rtf.1111 drloU. . -
Iliitti-r, clitiltc Nurtnein iiaeknl ...
Hotter, clwlrc soulMiirtll. pnckttl
l.f(fS, JH.Tllo1-ll I?.'.
t.luvLins, icnloicn -
lurkeys, nr iluiiii
Aipl.s, i-holce, jur bsrit-l ,.
Aiili-s, eomniou, inr lunvl
l'oUtoce, pvr bami
iiiiijn. i-?r i.:im-i
,.t 30flO :s
.. J (l-lc
(It 3 on
IjVSTATI'.of '.icliarliili .Met).inli-I, i!iTm.il
ll I lie uiiilersl.'iieil havliiir leu uiioiiile.l
Ailiillnlstrutur tf Itiu rlMl ot .ii-liarliili Al.;-Oink-I.lale
ol' tin- Coiiiiiy l Ali-vuiiili-ratiil Mate,
olillliiiil.. il"isfil, lii-iil'J Kiri-Hiintlrnttutr.e
will iii)iiji- iKiure uu' i-ouiiiy ixjiiitui .ui-miu.
Ilr t.iiliniy, 111 uu i-uin 1 ii.u.pv 111 1,11,. . u. .....
liinu itrm. on the 3rd -Monday In June next, nt
vvlih-h time all pereons liavlnj? cliilnu iiiralnst
sulit it.ite me iintilli-d and ri-iiieU-l In iilt. n.l
lor ll.es purpo-e oi naviiiKiiiijii i-Kujiiiiini. .u
iii-r"ii-i IihIi-IiIkI to alil eatatravu tintietio to
ia.ike Imuieilliitc payment lo theunini.jjnft.
DjItMltliUiidilayofApill, A. IK, Ka.
11. li, U. IIAI.UI5, AUinininraiur
Steamer .Tiimc- FUk, Paducali.
Pllrel and barg,1.', Vlcksburg.
Thn. W. Means and bg, Ohio.
Hold. Mltehel. Cincinnati.
Cltv of Helena, Vlcksburg.
" Smoky City and bgs, Louisville.
Ot-and Tower, St. Lotil.
steamer James Flk, Paducali.
PeJrel, St. Louis.
Thus. W. Means, St. Louis.'
City or Vlcksburg, St. Lotil.
Uobt. Mltehel, New Orleans.
Smoky City, New Orleans.
' (irami Tower, Meniphl-.
Special Aiituraent Itotlco.
TDLIIM13 notli-e Is lierthy Blvrn tliat tue
J. c ouuty court of AU-xiimler county lias ren
ilcicljinliuiu iit lr " jn-l'il iuii'eiiieiit ujion
Uu- iniiiii-ny Uunlttiil by Hie reconstruction of
.1... .V.ll... .-I...- lI.I..u,.IL'4. tl-
IIIC I" .. .., nv, "'-.' .. it. ..!...
,-OlllU hliliJ Hi roilllll l)lllT!,i'ri!iii-n MilHiiina-
Ion and Umiiueri-laluvciliie! wri-li-ldecI'M usli
Initton avi-iiiie. Irom Koiulli to tilth ftiiftsi
i.tsl sloe oi u iiiiiKiuu iiii-iiuo iiuiu . I..., ...
slxilialiit-t! north nbto of tillli slret-t fimii
Wastiluiflon lo t'ommerclal avcinn-S noith sltln
(iI'M'tentli fiom Walnut to westerly . Iliac ofI.pt
I'J, llloclii.M ioiililleoll-.lcvniiuiriimvusn.
luizion ni-iuie iu iiumuu mwi, ....
roiuiir biiii i, i .i'ii ii ........... ,.. - "- -
scii.iul stitx-l-rioiilli sWeef i wi-iity-tjint Mart
ftuni I'oiit.irii s)tninuiui'Vf . u v. '
l-iKlith ititet bilVi'.tu Wanlilimloii undLora-im-rclal
avenue vfM iMe of VViuhlnirion ave
nue Irum I.IRIIUIIO .ll"o ii-' l . , . "i
.litttt imiili "h- of seventh, Utwcwn W h Uf
ton uv eiiue uml Wulimt tixi t, as will more fully
appear noiii tlm ci rtliU-1 nopy of - ""
on tile In tlm ollico of tin. city clerk if Uie elty of
Oalioi tli.it warrant Tor tlie collection "'"'"
UJsi-sments is in Itie li.milsof Ibouii- its- 1ur.1
Alt person nt.-rti-a ait- htrl.v nelllwj to
aim ,ay iluiHinotmls atcsl. t IteM clor
ollli-e. No. m (.oiiiincre hdMti'iii'y. vjhhn? thirty
uV '.,m'",! """'V, ... nfrlo CoTlrilor.
t.,iy iini-un riiii'i ' .r
need this 3Wt day of lltAvh, ;s.5. ,
plven to the Stockholders
XI ...IT.. I III' kWn .-lltllUlllV
y inliuV-i-tliic lor the i-levtlou of wten ttlreci
V XiA fim'ineratli.i.of lueh other bu.lar M
LOOK HERE I
iine Hull) r llvory llwcrlcM
I'HUi H. AUP'S.
ItlVKlt. WIUniKIt ANi Ill'SlXKis-.
Tho river last evening was 2.1 feet ilj
incliesoti tho gauge, having risen 12
Inches during thu past 21 hours.
The Mississippi U rising Mowly at
St.LouK hut tho Missouri U falling at
r,.,,i.n and nbove. Thn railroad
have again resumed operation
Oraahn, oil breaks bavin
...uie.t. ' M,h CumberUiud
ruing 'at NMbvlU?, with Wfcet 8 lncbf j
Culro. IllninU, ApllUCtU, lc7J
-XTXI1.LIA.M M .loan as 'un a vj'
Mary Ai, '""', ,'atl.l WU Cu. TjSa. lli
M,alf ?L'f,m' . S ucwy in the AVxmScoun-
P. "'.''''.V'lnrf. IU lt.0 &t,Ul Of IIIUWU. for
IX J.1!" " ".Viiiu you r iMiM-itUnU
MMIMfi' P ' sr"'.:
that tuiwii'i" ?riZZZL
i,.,i.r li, Mar. 1'5
77 m ij. haliWO