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AM AI.ON I.OIH1K, NO. M.
K'nlul.u i.r I'rtliliiK. iiiivIk rv r'rl
laVllhrilt Mt ll.lll'luixt HVVI'll. Ill Odd
fellow' Hull. - llii.
Oinlirclhir Commiitu Irr
- AI.KXAMIKIt I.OIHIK, N". Ml
.MBHHl. ltnlMnilMit Onlrr (if Odd-rel
aHrlowa, inrrta t'Vrry Tbumduy iiIkIiI
'PP utliiilf-uuitiMtcn, In tliHr hull on
Ooitimrrrlul utriiui-, U-Iwjj-ii Hxlh and grri-nth
r lAllKr nniiiliHi i,iri- , I . w. ... r.t ini'i in
vVlii lMd-rrllow' Mull (ill Hip llrnt and tlilnl
imrn I .1 ..ft. ft,'! I ft .1 t.
I iindnj In every month, ut liuir-iunt rvvi n
.(Nil II IIOKKMAN, I'. I'
at I.AIUOI.OIMIK. NO ,iEI7.A I'. A A. M
lliilil ii'Kiiliir loiniiiiiiilriillnm In Mh
wotilr. Hull, r.irn. r ('oiiiin. irful tit.uiir
' Mind J.IkIiIIi mIih t. on tlir ureoiid iiih
mi, III .Moliiluv ul ini'll month
KV.Y WKBT CIGARS throo for
2QCcontH, at F. Teiuiitniui'H, 101
lor limim mill Coluriiilii.
'I'lii! Atrlilson, 'I'oiRku ami Santa I'u
ntllruail Iroiu Kaii'iis City iiml .Mihl-nn
on the. Mlesoun river, vl;t Tiijiukn, the
t-iiiiltol il ICiin -a-", ntnl tli! Iicimlilnl r
kaivni valley to the Itocky Mimiitnln
Tliehlinrted route to I'lifbdn tli" (iraml
Canon, (,'olorailo Spring, Mniiltini
I'lki'H .SjM'iik, ami nil il:tres of nolo In tin
mountain H-yloiiJ. Tin; lavoilii; roiiti.
tolieiiver ami all j.olutM In Northern
Colorado. Tlic bt-t roiito to Southern
Colorado, New .Ie.lcn ami Arinna. The
only direct route to the fiimuus Han
.luaii mine". The track anil I'ljiilpiui'iit
h iiii(iii;iliil, train run through I'ioiii
Hhj .MI'ourl rlur, to thu 1'nrhy .Moiin
tain", niaklui; connections in 1'iilon de
pots! ami nvoMlu delays ami trans,
ler. I'or lull ileieriitivi) circulars
lii:ijrJluie table', utc, address
'1'. .1. A.NIIKIISON.
Ceu'l l'.i". Af,'i nt, Topeka, Kan.
Notlio In h'lrliy h'iVL-ti th.it tin-lav book
for ttie year ls7."i, hae In i n (ilarril In my
hand- anil thai I u 111 he tit thf following
pt.K'i'i In Alcxmler county, on the hiy l.e
low ut forth fur the mriou of collectlin.'
eahl lw, -
In Clear Creek irecliii't, :il the Mure of
K. Cullty .V ., Clear Creek l.:imlii j;,
.Mar cli Till, ls'li.
In 'I'hchr- preeliii't, at the More of ". A.
.MarrhlMon, Thebe .March Mh, Is7fi.
In Santa Kc prt'Ciiii t. at thu Muiu of V.
Inland, Santa Ke, .March !l. Ih7!.
Ill (Icio-e llaml precllict, at the Mure i
). (irenilcy, (loot; 1-l.iml, .March In, !:,
In Hot; Toe-lh l.rcliict, at the holi-c i,f
S. Jltitja k:r. K-'., March II, I'M.
Ill llaluuooit irei;lm I, at Hie nltlcu l
Emu llrlley Kirn, March It, isTiS.
In l.'nlty precinct, at the -lore of V. M.
AthrrtMii, fnlty, .M ircli IT,, ls'O.
In South '!iii, it Hieollk'C f.Iulin i.
Jlarman, Cairo, Man h lUlh, 'C.
In .North Cairo preclml, at the court
houc, Cairo, March Kill, l?Tii.
The collrctor lierehy c:itl the pcclal '.
trillion fll tax pa) era to Section 107, ol the
Chapter upon revenue, rcjt-eil dilute",
liiuhkh lie ! rciiilrei to make ilUtralnt
niton tlio per-oual properly of all tax piy
cr- In ilef.iiilt for personal HNe', alter
March intli. Thli proIMon nl law u ill he
vlyoroutly enrorceil. Tbn lnlcrctul nil
thercforu hear tho fact la inlml ami .iu
Ill llo y . ,- -.-!,.-.. I
nottrutt to tlic lax l,ooki fontlcrlitloii of
yourlauil. AI.KX. II. lltVIN.
Cairn, III.. IVIiruary Dili. HM.
KEY WEST CIQAKS throo for
Jfi contH, ut P. Tcicliinan'H, 102
Comiucrciul avontic. '-' -w-lm
- A silver plateil No. !l Wil'on Shnllle
Sewing .Machine, lianl (piano) liiil-h,
Vkliicil at Will he -ohl at $'JU ill
count, on Komi teinis ami ordered ilireel
Irotn the factory.
- Colored and mounted .Map? ol tin
tityol Cairo at $2 M each (hall iiriee.)
A No.ii WiNon Shutlle Sewlic Ma
chine valued at Will ho -old at
ilHcount, ami ordered direct from the
- A $W I'einlntoii S-win' Machine
$:t0 ofl for c.isli. .Suitable, tor tailor or
hoot ami -hoe iiianufaetuier.
A.htyle "K," "Clouli, Warren .V
Co,'" Parlor Ur'au. rljjhtfroin the fac
tory at Detroit. I.lft l'llee, Will
bu ihl for S-.'OO.
1000 .sheets of hrMol board ju-t re
.elved at thb Ilfl.l.m IX olllce, and lor
i-ale to tin; trade.
t'lly of I'ulro,
rolored and varnl.-bed, for sale at hall
lirieu ($J.."iO) at the lli'Li.ini.v olllce.
20,000 note heads, ItO.OOO enveloped,
20,(KK) letter heads, 10 reams statement.,
JO reams bill heads Carli-le paper Jii't
received ami I'or sale, at thu IIi i.i.kii.n
For any of the above articles, apply a
lit! llUl.l.KTIN Olllce. K. A. UUUXKIT
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Lot 'J, block 0, city, on Ohio levee,
hIiovo Twelfth strict, oui.-lde the limits.
Very cheap. Terms liberal.
VOH J MINT.
Cottaj.' neai Nineteenth and Poplar
stects. per mouth.
(lood dwelling Iioue on Walnut, be
tween Tweiity-seeoml and Twenty-thlid
KtreetK. , ,
Storo-room eoruer Tweutletli and
Ilu-lness lioiiM) on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunnliu,'liaiu & Stllwell.
Winter's Hlock-. suitable, for Hotel
Olllces or Business rooms cheap.
Tenements inunbered I, Sand'.i, In
Winter's Itow, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $1'2 W1--7 rooms.
Coitawi on Sixth street, near Wash-
IiiXton avenue I rooms,
- Store room in "Pilot House," lately
iivuplcil hv A. Ilalley.
A smiill llouvo wi'it of 'I wenly
Fecund street, near Pine, $1 per mouth.
Dwellliur hini-e ou SInIIi riwl and
. llrpliau Ahyliuu litilldlnj; and pieiul
M'S. Ilenl low, lo a kooiI ten tut.
-Store room, comer Twentieth and
Valiliitmi avenue, $Yln iiioulh.
Ilooms In varloiu parts ol the city.
FOlt LUASli olt SAI.K.
-Lands, In trnttH to suit, near Cairo.
UTI..H or Aivt:ui isi.o.
rj'All lilllii Ut lulviTlliniU, are line ami ny
alle is AliVANi K.
'I run-i nt luluilfnili will U-lnnrlnl nl lliv
rate of 1 Ml MTfoiiun- fur Hie llrnt Inrrtlivii
ami .71 tent fur iwli miliMiinf lit one. A llln rul
illiriiiint will lie in etc on tnii'lliiK' nii'l I i .-1 1 n J'
Kor Iiim rllhtf Kiinrnil nullir 41 Nulii rol
inn lln! .f hm'1 tif . or htm t nrilcnt iriiln for
iiii li Iiim ttlnii.
I'liiinh, ."oi kly, li. UihIiiIkI ' iiin r nnliii s
will only lie In i tint ail lellull i lie hl:i
No ail rll'fiinnl will l' in i Hi.l at le .h limn
Zinnia, nii'l no ii. null iiniiituill Ik' In ul.il
li.r le Hi in Hutu iloll.ii ' M-r inoiilli
Local IliiHinuHii Notlcun. of
ton HnijHor lnoru, liiMiirloil
In tlio llullotln ui Ioiiowh :
Coiiiiiinnco Count lint ut tun I.Iiioh.
Dnr Inufirllnn iMr Hnu CclltH
Two itiMiirtionM tmr lln 7 CentH.
Thnu 1iimi tlonM tier lino 10 Ceiita.
Hlx liiHorllona tier lino . IS CuntH,
Two wciikminr lino ! ColiU.
Ono month per lino m.!16 Cent.
will Iju iniulo In ubovo
ANNOI St I.HV.MH
i on i n ( t,i;itii
l.iiiti.ntli i.i.fiiyi I'l.uM'iiiiiioiim lli.it lulu
a lanilliluti l.,r lli' olliii'i.ri It) Ii il , at th"ai-
I ii hlii(f i It) i li-i llou I i.i. it. ninin.
W'v lllenllUiiirl'Ml to lilllinllllrr the tiallir fit
IAMI.nW n 1 1. V Alll' u a amliilili' lur tlm
oMnr OfCII) I ll Ik, III llil' I IIHIIIi I'll) llertloll.
III' ale lilltllorieil lo llllliolllire Hi.' Iiiilllr of
W. V ,ll.l.) in ii ramlliliilf fur ii-ilei lloii lo
tlic olle ' ofl ily IrrL at tlic ni-iiliii; iliarlir
lit lion. ei
Tl ,Si;lAV. MAIK'H 7, s;.
Judgo Mulkey of this placo has
ost his pocket-book, containing
some valuable papers. i no
finder will be paid ten dollars,
v lonvinii the same at this
ofHco. and no questions asked
in reference to the matter.
Niiticr., -Mr. I'. Ti'iclnnan ih -ires lo
nntifv hi" fiieiuN and Ihe public enene
Hlly.lli.il lielia- reinoteii in-inoaci o ami
I"ar toie liorit Khrhlh tieet to 10.
Coin met rial avenue. '.'JO.liu
Si:i.l PortKiBH. barrels i hole
New Voik F.eaily Won'Meil potatoes for
sale chean at .loliu Clanej's, corm r
Twelfth ktreet and Comiiierelal avenue.
Poiatiiks. One car load ol potatoe
one car load or onion-, one car load ol
cabbnirc. ju-t reeeicd and for -ale cheap
by .1. It. Cunhiit. l.Ihtli Street
IIoom- to I!i:m. --Four rooms, at d a
neat eottave on Third Stout, free from
sine water, and In tiooil condition. Kn-
oiiln; of Win. Mellale. at the Delta
. II w.l.r.v. A '.llnelot of table and
n.u'l.'i entlerv. nl-o soade-i. -novels-
hoes, rak'i". forl.-'.aN'C'' ami a general line
ofhanlwaie ju-t received by A. Ilalley,
11.1 1 Viiiimerelal avenue. .'-llm.
Sii.isiioi -i:. lio to .1. (ieor'e Stein-
hou-e on Kihth -trect, (Alexanilcr
County Hank bulldiii,') for a fashionable
hair cut or a Hist dais -bainpoo. (iu-
lleiin l-theie to help him. II.
Sn km:--. -There U, and has been lor
the lat two or time mouth-, an unusu
ally rc:it amount ol slekmx throuli
portions of Alexander. Pnla-kl, .lohn-on
ami l.'nion c'ountle-.and It U 'cuenilly ol
a very latal ehaiacter.
Ii .-i I'i;ckivm' A. Ilalley ha-ju-t
teeel.eila line lot of canary and mock-In-;
bird ea'C, llower stamN. llower
trainer.-, ba-ket-', aiehcr. heait- ami
wreathes, which he ha maiked very low.
it 11.1 Commercial avenue. 'J-b-Ilm.
I!i;ciri!iic.iii.c. Foil lti:cri:n. Sweet
Cream, Cu-laid hi and I roMlne;
maker. I.lhtnln Kecipioeatln tin
cliurn. Uft In the wothl. J ry the
healer and ehurn and b mslnced. For
tie by C. W. llender.-on, IHI Couunrr-
eial ncnue, Cairo, Illinois.
Ninicr, in C,txiiiiivn;s. (,'andlilates
may U-u Hie columns in ine in i i.ni i
to brinjj their name- belore the people, at
the follow inu' rales, in (iiiioii-.'.-
City Clerk, S.I; City Tre.t'-urer, ; A 1.
ilernian, f'. .mi vaiiauou noin uie nsn
ii (iirmicf rule. tl
l!i:.n Tiiis.-lllrd eaes, llowerstauds,
llower train', moss lia-Kets, lee cream
free.ers, toilet ware, bath tub-, lamp
chimneys, oil, llutin' iron- and iiuiiiiir
scl-sors ; nl-o a lull Mipply ol plain ami
stamped tinware, whole-ale and retail,
by C. W. I lender-oii, 1!M ( oininereial av
enue, Cairo, Illinois.
SoMKiiiiMi Nk.w. Thu llhtnnj;, re-
clprocatine;, tin ehurn and vgx beater,
the late-t and the best ever made, at A.
Ilalley's, who 1- now selllutr hl hirue
stock ol .-toves, tin and lirittana wain at
greatly reduced prices, (ilvc him a call
belore you purcha-e, 1M Commercial av
Sue. Kocu.-C. Koch, at his shop and
.storeroom, No. HO Commercial aeiiue,
tins lor sale a stnel. of hoots and shoes of
Ids own make ; al-o a large stock of St.
Louis custom made boot-ami shoes. He
keeps the bet luateilal ami is up hi all
the latest Mvles, Ills ills am peril el, and
sail-l'acllon Is guarantee. I. (ilc him a
Nmici: Patties indebted either by
mite or book for the year 1ST.", musical
and settle their accounts at once. All
iiecouuts not settled by March M, IS7H,
will be placed fur collection, V e mean
hii-lmv and are determined to -ell goods
low, but only lo prompt paying custom
ers or I'or icady cash.
I'll S. I). I'M II. II.
j.".0t New Voik Stoic.
Dii:ii.--Fosgate--lu Ituillnglou, Iowa,
nt twenty inluules pat 12 o'clock, ou the
1st dav of March, ol heart dhca-c, Mr
I!. F. I'oH'iite, iikciI -1 year. Mr. I'm
l.Mle was a nephew ot .Mis. Louis .lorgen
I mil ol liiiseiiy, lie was n youiiK man
ol more than ordinary attainments, ami
Ids sudden death wa a sad blow to hi
relatives and friends.
Knock Aiiiikn. Mr. Kdwlu Ailani",
the favorite actor, will appear nt the
Atbeueum In this city, ou next Monday
e.(!iiln;,March l.'lth, In. M'lln Maraud rile'
splendid draiuatlaliou of Tennyson'
i;iioch Allien. Mr. Adams will ho sup
polled by ('. W. Cutliluel,, the famous
eharae'er aclor, ami useleeteil eompany
under Ihe manat!cuient of Mr. Henry L
Abbey. Mr. AdaiiiH has a woild-wid
reputallon In this eharacler. He has
made lor lilni-oll tt Knoeh Ardcii.aii'pu
latlou lint second lo .loe .lellersou as
an Winkle. Lovers ol jjood iii Hhl'
should not tall lo see him In this char
Pi.nsov!. Miiniio.v. Mr. .lames S
.Mori N, of I'll n, was hi Ihe illy for a lew
We are under obligations to Mr, A I
Su-anka for laic liles of San Franel'.eo
.Mr. . 1.. Woodward, wn an; sorry
lo learn, returned hi, me on Saturday
nielli -o ill that In- lias not been able to
leave bis room since.
Mr. S. finel;, general Irel'dit ajjenl
of the lion Mountain raihoad. Is In Ihi
city, arriiiin for the transaction of tin
.uM"ippi ,enirai i.-iiineni iiip-im-s
over his road, via. ( harIetou aml'Vilum
Iiim, durl' the lime the trouble e.l-ls
with the Miirisstppl Central Incline.
Local Simm Siocs. Mr. .loe Lufl.iii
has rented ihe. hou'c at the corner ol
Ll-jhteenlh ami Walnut streels, and will
hoi Ily remove his family back to Cairo.
Slpe water has about dl-appeated.
Tbeiewlll bea regular ineetlnof the
city council this evening.
-Sheiiir Irvin Is eolh.'ctlni' taxes in
( lear Co ck precinct to-day.
1 he rain hut nlbt, though unpleas
ant, was timely ami a !1ii; to our
people. It carried away all unhealthy
ilepo-ltsleit by the slpe. water.
- Preparations for lowcrine; Winter's
block arc iro'ro-lii!r. and the work of
letting her down ea-y" will commence
In a dav or two.
Yesterday beliiy the lir-t Monday in
March, the regular monthly ineetln or
the ,-everal lire cninpauii'8 was held III the
Peach trees arc out In hlosfotn, and
In many hi'taiices ihe trees arc pretty
well covered, an Indication which leads us
to hope there will lie. a letter yield than
It has been anticipated there would be
rilln, Pulaski county, boasts a hand-
'inner little church than any other town
of lis slc In Southern Illinois; ami thu
people, there are about to erect a par.-on-
age. I he church going pople ol 1 llln
are workers, and never allow church
matters to lag.
Notwithstanding the inclemency of
the weather there was a fair attendance
at the reunion of the Ladles' Club and
M rs. I r. Wanlner la-t evening. The exer
cises and theocca-lon was very pleasant
to those in attendance.
--People who observe Lent may eon.
Mile themselves wHU the thought that
about the Mill ot April, or "a- soon a-
l.enl I- over," the Taylor Literary club
will give another ot their negro mln-trel
performance The members of the
club, aided by a number of outsiders, are
now In training ; and piopo-e making
this the best eiileitalnnient they have yet
All 'liriinlc lll-eae Cureil
111 III!. Ill I.I.
He is located III Cairo, Illinois and I-
-till calling on you to be healed. Why
w ill you die of old chronic dlscac, when
yoiican he cnied with so little cost or
money. I lo not give It up yet, for there
is 'till balm In (Ulead. Cairo is the
place to collie to he cured ol all your
aches ami pains.
I am now prepared at my olllce to give
medicated baths, ami per.-ous wl-hliig to
receive Mien, win cm at my nines ou
Klghth siicct,.Xo. '.'J, from the hours ol
p.m. till 0 p.m. Also plain baths, hot
baths, warm bath-, cold baths, or vapor
baths. AIo persons having thu eou-
uiiiptlon or week lungs, and wi-hlng to
receive medicines by Inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment at my olllce, this be
ing the only true way of getting nieill.
clue direct to the lungs. Also I treat ills-
eases o I the eyes of years standing, and
the blind has been made to sen by my
treatment. All diseases of the skin
cure. Fistula cured by me without the
uc of the knife. If you have a cancer,
come and be euied. All private dl-ea-es
hi the shortest time, cured liy inc. In
short, for all chronic dl-ea-e ol the hu
man sy.-teui, go to Dr. Hull If you wi-h
to be cured. I compound and prepare all
my medicines at my olllce, It Is said
that practice make- perfect. 1 have been
thirty years a practicing phy-ician.
All letters and rnuiutuulcathms shall
be contldentlal ami promptly attended to
by me. Direct Du. Ili i.'i,
No.'J2 F.lghth .-Irect, Cairo, Illinois.
Ten Iboii-aml dollars woith of goods
at cost. I will couiniencu tins day re
tailing the largo and valuablu stock of
goods, eon-l-tlng of clothing, ladles,' fur
nl-hlng goods, gents' furnishing goods
standard dry goods, liiney goods, jewelry,
etc., at Hie old stand of llellhroii & Well,
I'or eah at actual eo-l. No goods deliv
ered until paid for.
I will ui.ike it an object for ineri'hants
lo buy these goods In Jobbing lots, I'or
ca-h hi hand, in quantities to suit.
I am ailtborled al-o to reclevii bids
lorltlin next ten days for the purchase
in bulk ol all that portion of said stock
which shad remain unsold ou the morn
ing of March 1 lilt. Now Is the time to
buv. (iKOltdK Fisiikii,
Provl-lonal Assign of llt'llbioii &
Cairo, Feb. II, 1-S70. H-lMl
Of Hie Mccreliiry noil I rciisnrrr "I Iiii
I. nil le- l.iornrj .titociiiiiiili.
Read at the Meeting of the Auoclatlon at the
Houie of Mri. ut. warauer on Sat
urday, March 4th, 1870,
l.:illii nf the cliilu
We have iisctnbleil here to-day, on the
Hr.t aimlter.'iiry of Ihe organization of
the "Woman's 'lub and Library Ao
eiallon," luielly to iccall some of tin
principal facts In tin- hlilory of nurasso
elalhuifor the pa-t year; al-o to lay anew
the Inundation for clleellxe woik to he
:icrompliied In the year now opening
bel'nieiH. Match otll, Isii.i, in te-ponsi
to a mot happy thought, two of our en
lerprmug, progressive iauie call" ii ou
Ihe ladles ol this city. reipicMIng them
to gather In the p!uaaiil parlors of Mr.'.
WiinlniT next day. A good Hireling
convened. The meeting was called to
order by Mrs. Canihc, and in a few
timely word,.lrs. Wardm r suited the oh
jci't of the meeting. It Ma- not merely lo
collect bonks, and csiblbh a clreulatln,
library. It Included broadi r and hlghe
alms In its aspirations the dl-cuslou
ofllti-rary and social ijiicsthms, not only
as a source ol improvement fur our
selves, but tbroimli us lo those.
iroiimi us. An oi'Miiialion was
llceted and sixteen names eruolled. We
iae now twenty-ix members, ami iht
Honorary inemijers. During tlie ie.ir
which has now rioted, there hae been
one special and twenty-four regular meet
ings ot our association, They hae been
well atleuded twice only hi the exlieuic
warm weather have we been without a
quorum. Ye have convened semi
monthly, ami been In se'-ion
from two to three hours. Alter
the performance of the biitiuess, the
remainder of Ihe time has Im cii given to
the reading ol original cuavs, selec
tions Irom Journals and books, and gen-
ral di-cus-lon ol theirennlents. Perfect
armoiiy has characlerl.ed our se--lons,
mil they have been highly iiried bv
tho-e in attendance, li N u matter of
regret thai more do not avail thein-elves
of this privilege; our Inmipuvo as an ed
ucating power would begieatlystiengtlr
cued. Literary clubs are u tnaiked fea
ture ol" the times, and are now e-tab-IMual
In nil cities and large towns. They
have proven effectual means to elicit
thought, endeavor and application.
In the way of entertainments, there
was a spelling school in Its season, the
net proceeds of which was $.11. Later a
reception lor the Taylor Literary society
at the house of our prc-ldcnt, .Mrs
Olierly. During tliejuitumn' at the suggestion
of one of our cltlcns, who has our grat
itude, steps were taken to Initiate a course
of lectures. A committee was cho-cn to
invite home lecturers, who' responded
heartily. Wo have had twelve lectures,
lire from ladles and seven from gentlemen,
which have proved not only a source of
hiti'lleetual ideasurean.l prollt. but added
?l tij to our treasury.
We have received more than 'according
to our faith," and in many an unexpected
quarter, have found those who esteemed
it a plca-iirc to as-ist u by every mean-
In their power. Donations and favors re
ceived assure us ol tlio kind feelings of
friend-, ami thanks arc due to the lec
turers, Taylor Literary 'oclety, Cairo
I'.oatlng Association, and to the editors of
the city ; alio to all of the musical talent
of the city, that has added so much to
the enjoyment of the Icctincs. All who
have lit any way aided us have our ginte
While much hai been accomplished
more remains to be .iecoiuili-hciI. We
Intend quietly and without ostentation,
to occupy a licit! not yet taken, lo bilng
about great results. Who can compute
the good iiccompll-hcil by a well-stored
library ': No better educator can be
found. We believe the approval ol the
all-wi-o Father rest.t on all those who
thus serve the world.
It Is a beautiful consideration and one
which has lessons of dignifying Import,
that what we do will live alter we
have passed away.
We consider It a propitious omen, LHat
our lilirary will come Into exislcneun-
derlhe ln-plratlou and enthiSia-inof Ihe
the Centennial year.
C. Ci:. W0S-, Sec.
KEY WEST CIGARS thrco for
25 cents, at P. Toichmnn's, 102
Commercial avenuo. J-'.'O-lnt
A No. 1 l.iiiimlrj .
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Wa-hlngton and Commercial uvi
lines, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishment- In the .-Ily , and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
ilml It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows ; Hotel
and boarding-house wa-hlng 7.1 cents
per doen. For piece work juices are as
follows: Single shlrtaml collar, lOe; per
do.en, SOe; socks, .le; two collars, .le;
two handkerchiefs, '; vests, 'JOc; and
all gentlemen's wear, SOe. per doen,
Ladles plain calico dresses, '.Me; calico
dre-ses with cxlra trimmings, f()o; white
die-es, $1 2.1c ; ladles' iinderwarc, line
anilVoar-e, $1 OOperdoeii. l.-J I-lf.
Alice I he I'ire.
.1. (ieorgo Sieinhmi-i! may bo found
iluec the lire at his new shop, ou F.lghlh
street hi the Alexander County Hank
building, wheic he will welcome all Ids
customers, and seivcthein In as miMIe a
maimer as ever before, with smooth
shaves, fashionable hair cutting and
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Hhm.i:tin, unless thu
sumo Is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary oftlio comj
pany, mid wo will accept no orders given
by mi cmployo of the company, for any
Cuito Uui.t.r.riN Comtany.
Cuiio, Il.t.., Mommy Km.niso, 1
.March (!, IS70.
i he weather has been worm, with a
light shower this iilternonti, with indlca
Hons of more rain to-night. The rates to
New Orleans remain as last quoted. The
river still falling.
The flour trade lias been rather actlw.
Choice brands arc In fair supply ; medi
um grades are In good demand. Hay Is
unchanged. The demand for choice Is
good. Common is plenty and very dull
Hut llllle coin has been brought to this
market, but the dciiiaml Is very light.
O.its. have aeet dated rapidly. Then-
is a big supply on hand, ami pales arc
dull. Meal and bran ate extiemely dull.
The supply ol butler Is fully eqiial tn Ihe
demand. Country store roll Nselllng ut
'-nC'CM es, Tim shipping demand for
eggs ceased yesterday morning ; up to
then all that had an I veil were taken for
shipping purpn-cs, (iood poultry is in
good demand; young and mixed chick.
en are dilllj; j2 '4C 00. Choice hens
will bring j:i 7,V oo. Tin key gobblers
will tiling h(;(,l,1 ; hens $l(oi,ll ; (ircio
$1 .lO&.l 00. Choice apples are In good
demand; common are nlenlv and dull.
Diesjcd meals are quiet. The weather Is
,'i ttlng loo watui. The maikrt Is over.
stocked with potatoe-, and sales ate eiy
lull. PrnvMons are quiet. The inaikct
Is Well -locked with fruit.
tsay-Uur fi lends should bear In mind
that the prices here given ate u-iially
for sales from llr-t bauds In loiuul lots,
In tilling orders and for broken lots It Is,
nojcs-ary to charge an advance over
The inaikct Is moderately active, with
a lair demand for medium grades. Sales
repotted were 100 hands various grades,
(ufl Til ; SIX) bands various grades,
&Vji,iS .7); y.00 barrel- XXX, fi; UK) bar.
rols XXX, ii ; f,.10 barrels various
grades,?:! 77 MJ; Its) hands vaiious
grades, $1 J.IO .V); 100 binds vaiious
Cominoii hay Is plenty and dull. Choice
Is scarce and In good demand. We note
the sale of 2 cars common, $10; 1 ear
Corn Is quiet, the demand Is light. Wc
note the sale of I ears white in sacks, iSe.
O.its are plenty and dull. Sales re
ported were 1 car black hi sacks delivered.
10c; 1 car choice mixed In bulk, ll.le ; 1
car black In bulk, 'Jkle; 1 ear black In
bulk, :i.1Jc; 1 car black sacked and de
livered, I0e; I car white in bulk, -I
ears .Southern Illinois hi sacks, :ts(.; (ears
white Wiscon-iii In sack, lie; 1 car black
seed, in sacks, i:ir.mmm
Meal Is very dull. No sales were re
liran is very dull, ami ollcring at the
old price, $3
We note the of 100 sacks,
There U a good supply ol butter on
baud, which is equal to the demand.
We note the sale of 1.1 tub-choice North
ern packed, 2lf.i27e. ; .1 tubs choice
Noithern roll, 20(ii2.1c; 5 palls choice
Southern Illinois packed, 2iVa.21e
washtubs Southern Illinois roll, 12c; :i
tubs roll, 2.'!e.
All arrivals of eggs up to to-d.iv have
been brought up for shipping purpn-cs,
but this morning the shipping demand
eea-ed, and there is a fair supply. We
note the sale of 700 do.en 12te.
Poultry Is hi fair demand. We note
the .-ale of S do.en young and mixed
$2 7.1(i-t 00; 1 coop mixed roosters, j'.'l 00,
The demand I'or choice apples Is very
good. There are none hi the market.
Inferior are plenty and very slow sale.
We note the ale of 1.1 barrels ordinary
whicsaps, $-j ini(W;i .10;
favis. s.1 00.
There is but a small -lock ol dressed
meats In the market. Th. weather Is
getting too warm. (iood. flesh veal will
bilnglroni" to 7lo ; good be.d, IJ(.i1e;
young, thin beef Is selling at Itlflle!
mutton In good condition In fair demand
The inaikct Is overstocked and dull.
Wc note the -ale of 210 barrels, SKJjjl 10.
The market Is well stocked with fruit.
Wo note sale of S boxc- oranges, $.1 ; 200
eoeoanuts, tu per 100.
Provl-lons arc quiet. Wo note the sale
ot -LOOO pounds dry salt shoulders, Sjc.
Wc quote salt In ear load lots at $1 00
per bid ; less than car load lots, $1 7.1
per bhl. We note the sale of ,0 bbls at
We quote P.iradl-e and Mt. Caibou on
track, lump, $:t ; nut, $2; delivered ear
load per ton, lump, j.t u; nut, ;
delivered per single ton, lump, $1 ; nut
$112.1; Katun or llanisburg coal on
(rack per car load, lump. $27 ; nut, $1(5;
delivered per ton, $11 W5 Pittsburgh coal
car loads ou track, $.1 .10 per ton ; single
ton, delivered, so.
IIIDKS AND Fl I'S.
Hides arndiill, but theru is a fair de
mand for furs, at quotations:
Ilins-Dry Hint, l'.'i:ilc, dry salted,
ltllfjijl IJe; green sailed, .llOOe ilaniaged,
1 'i'usWc quote: Wc.-lern Otter, No,
1, $1.(1 Ml; No 2, flifoil .'iO: No. it, l(,e,
I .10; No. I, 2.1c. Mink No. 1, $164
1 2.1; No 2, iVKuj.1i) ; No. II, 2,1e; No. 4,
1 0V. Kaccoon No. 1, 7ii(S0c; No. 2,
I(V; No. :t. 20o; No. I.S'e. Fox-(iray,
No. I eased, $1 ; No. 1 open, 7fi; No. 2,
fiOfoiiOo ; No, II, 2.lo; No. I, lOo; Hed,
NoT leased, $1 M-xSo. I open, 1 2...
Skunk-ltlack, SlWfl ; half striped, nooj
Wie; narrow, H.'-u; kittens, Kic. Opos-siiui-SfOlOe.
Heaver $1 o02. Musk
latllVJc. Hear No. No. 2, 5;
No, U, $2:i ; No. t. r.0o.
Kilty cenH, tit Winter'.'' Oallcry.
.Sleanier .Jim FIsk, Padiicah.
" Grand Tower, Memphis
" Cliarles .Morgan, New Orleans.
" lllsmarck, St. Louis,
Steamer. Ilni FIsk, I'adiicah.
" iraml Tower, St. LouN.
" .1. N. Kellogg, tow, SI. Louis.
" Sam llrowii, tow, Si. Louis.
Chailes Morgan, Ciuduuatl.
IIIVIIII, WK'irilCII .(Ml III'MINM.S.'l.
The iieis continue o ilecllnc.
llU'lues Wa quiet.
The weather was warm ami cloudy,
with a light shower yesli'iday nlti inoon.
A heavy wind prevailed thioughout the
nr,Ni:u.i. 1 1 km.
Says the Memphis Aetilmtrhf ol yester
day: The packets which came in from
below yesterday met the.llobert Mitchell.
Shu waslloatlng down the river. mil steer
ing with her engines, the rudder being
unshipped ami undergoing icpalr.
The Colorado, alter getting her new
machinery, h it for the South on Sunday,
with a big trip.
The tug Magnolia, sunk lu sKtceu fret
of water at l.oul-ville la't week,
The (Ireat Republic is to be ready for
bii-lness by Ihe last of this month.
The lllsmarck arrived late Sunday
night from SI. Louis with a good trip.
She added about 100 tons heir.
The (iraml Tower pa-cil up with a
good trip yesterday morning.
The Sam lirowiiaud towaml.l.N. ltd
logg and tow, h it for St. Louis yesterday
The Oraml I'nwcr put oil a big batch
of cotton hcic yesterday lorthcF.a-t, la
the Cairo ami Vliiccnnes railroad.
The.lltn Ki-k brought down III) hog-
head" tobacco ycslenlay for New Yoik,
la the Cairo and Vlucciiiies railroad.
The w hid blew a pel led gale yester
day, ami sleiimboals found it very dilll
cult to navigate.
Hie I ik leaves for P.idueah at tl
o'clock Ibis evening.
Theli-t ot arrivals and departures
at this port on Sunday weie the Pat Cle
burne, Whaleand barges, I'. I'. Sehenk,
loliu A. Wood and tow, Capitol City,
lice and barges, Sam llrowu and tow,
Colorado, Mary Miller, city ot Helena,
II. S. Turner, Arkansas llelle and .1. N.
KeJhi.'g and tow.
While the Arkan.-as Hide was lying
at this port on Similar night, a gentleman
iiatnedT.il. Larkln, a pas-enger, died
veiy suddenly while sitting lu a chair
in the cabin. Tbedeceaed was u mer
chant of Mt. Vernon, and has been trav
eling for his health, which has been poor
lor some lime pa-t.
Thu iis-oclaled press di-patch from
New Orleans, dated the .1th. sys : "The
three masted schooner Mattio W. At
wood, with a cargo of 2,210 bale- of cot
ton and drawing l.'lj feet, was
lit .'J .iv.t tu-ur ii
Jetties at the South
Is the llrst merchant
has passed through
channel. When the Jelly
commenced there was but
feet ol water In the South
Co I, Andrew
tales there is norr four
KEY WEST CIGARS throo for
25 cents, nt P. Teichmnn's, 102
Commorcial itvontto. 2-20-lni
ADAMS -ATIIENEUM CAULDOCK.
FOR ONE NIQHT ONLY,
Monday, March, 13, 1876.
The Kiniiiinrnt TruKcllun
Mi,poilf. liy llirtimit Aclor Mr C. V.
And lleiirv i:. .liley'tiriiiid
In M'll .M:i,,H. iitli 's Kiine. ih Ilium itintioii of
I. nil) .(ill's lliiiiillliil I'm in.
t1"l!ivi'rvid M'.iln l .no. Suit' roiniiirni'es u'
lluii'l ll.iltlil.oi a on I liur.'lny, .MiirelilMli, ut M
in. ,..ii.- . nv. it. tn i ,
JR. 11. It. CANINE,
orrn i. ami uiiiii;ni:i:i kikIiiu .simt,
liiittrrll WlulllllKtull Ulld I iilllllHTi'ill! Avt'lllll'.
Wlf CAIItO, 11.1.1.
I'AIXT A Nil OIL'S.
B. F. PARKER,
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vnll Pnpor, Window Qlass, Win
UUW HIlllUOS, fliC.
Alttiiya on luuul, the celebrated lllimlnatlng
A U KO II A OIL.
orner Elavanth Stret and
23TGroRt Medioal Book
und Mtvrt'la for IjuIim and tlmH. Seutlmfrof
two utuiniM. .Mlilrraa, . , ,
tr. .IllSl ril MEI)1CA1.INSI1U1TK
JO-lWly, M. J WW MO,
JJY Vlttlli" if a SKrUt nfmllf.n In n, ,11.
Jrrrlr.1 1.,- II,,' l Irk or Ihi Z Vrult cfirt . f
Alrtaii.lrroiinly. In Hie -stale Tr "lllton li l
Uvorol .1. W. W oolen, ami aial?,! T 1 1 'i.r
KtIm, I w III flclltlierollairlniWriM ',,':
nty In llie Klrst A.MIthm to the cllv of ATm
U t UiU ntimUrnl nix n,l nml
imiiV. .'"" iiim ami ion num-
hlork i.i,ti,i...ui r....... . .
Dtp I . m.,i .i. .-.
ittrniv-iiirM' ri;it i... u.. .....
ii,.. ...i.i ., . ' lr" "pun uiriiroiwny or
onsjiro. In ti;;nn,7ii't J . W
Vnuh.oW o'u ?, V or'tt"' sif
"ZZ SherTri Fafef
IJY llrlliror ii,.r,iit,,,, IM ,ir,clw, ,
I Ulirl Irrknl tli.irnilt.oiiit..r Aimmiiv
.iiii y, In Die Male or HUnou, in lavor or the
Kolile ..r Hit- Mulr of llli.io an. aaal
.llnlli w.l. I'nr ..iiml II. ll ....... tf. i i. T". 1
Iri lnl iipoti Ihe IoIIowIiir ilmrrllinl iirnirlv.
in llirrllrnr Calm, ronniv ,.r At...u,.,l..V ... I
Stair nrilliii.ils, I.,-win lt nitlnU ml twenty-
c t- ' mock Diiiinwrniiwrnty-iiix, u IP
I1'"!? ' y.f llivaaM II. Walnon WrUh, whlrlil
rl ""iiii.-aieai iiivsii,iiiii-wriiiinr
n,, ','i7'VVr,t "i""' .'" "I'Vlly of Cairo, In the
Viii. u. n'!',Kr 'V"1 N'f IIUuiiH on ilir
-Hill day nf .M.in li A I) , i8:,i at , hnllr f
rxrrullon1'"'1" A M" u!rr'iW" , "V ..Id
i .,, at!1!" r,Inr "f A't.a-r ctiunty HllnoH.
Ainu, Illinois MurihTlh.ltfiii. uM.
Ily vhlitn tf aspcrlali-xerutlon tome
rrrted liy tlio elcrk ofthe circuit courc ol
Alexnuerriuiity, In Ihe Stite ol Illinois,
in l.iNoroi Frederick Kiilrtlmrn and Theo
dore It.iml, linn or Kalrtliurn Hand, and
agalmt Saruli I.. Kline, I will -ell the lob
lowing ik's-crilirtl property, to-wit : Lots
iiillnliereil srrn (7) anil dglii (si). u tilock
ii tiered thlrly-dirhtOlj). in tho tlly or
Cairn, county or Alcxuudrr ami State nl
Illinois, a- the property of the said Sarah I..
Kline at plililhs sale ut the -nuth-wcit door
or the court hou-e In lite cllv nf Cairo, In
thn county of Alexander ami State ol Illi
nois, on t He cntientli (17th) dav of March,
A. I)., ISTil, at the hour of Klrvcn (11)
ii nock', A. .tl,, lor ca-h. to satl.fr ld
cnllon. Al.KX. ll.lllVIN,
Mierlll of Alexander county, Illlnoi.
C'aiiki, Ills , February Jllth, 1N7D. 2-4i.td.
Ily virtue ol n ipcclnl axccutlon to nic
directed liy the clerk ofthe rlrrult court or
Alexanilcr county, In tliu Klale ol Illinois,
in favor or Ueore lloelimer, and agaln-t
Itelnlinld V. Ilelnpr and Settle llclncr, I
will cll the following described property,
tn.wit: ihe lioiue- sluiiited upon lot
iiumliert'il six (i.) ami scveii (7), in blork
numbered twenty -Ix (20), and ,it
uunihiTi'd three in block
twenly-'uveii (J7), In thu rltv or
C.-iIro, eountv of Alexander, in the State or
Illinois; and al-o the len-ehohl estate of
Itrinliolil V. llel.ner and Settle IteUner, In
and to said lot six, -even, and three,
a- the property ol said lletu
hold V, Itclzner and Set
tle lleliier, at public i.dc at Ihe potithweit
door of the court house in the city of Cairo,
In the county of Alexander and State of
Illinois on the Seventeenth (I7tb) day of
March, A. I)., tstTO, nt the hour of eleven
(11) o'clock, a. in , for cish to satisfy aahl
execution. ALEX. It IHVIN,
Sheriff of Alexander Co., Illinois.
Cairo, III., Feb, 2, 187d. 2-23-ld
C. N. HUGHES,
Orer Xathtui (TU't.
rint-Claaa 'Sompaalea reprtj
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Saak loildinf, op-auln."
Tha OldaatKaUbllahed Agency In South
ro iiuuui, lapreaanunic OTnr
185 OOO 000
Ko so Ohio lvii,
K. .1, Ayrra.
S. V. Ayrra,
OKI L-. i! I
BOX and BASKET CO
;-Dealer la 31
All klmla bant and sod,)
FLOORINO, SIDING, LATH, AC
Mill ul Tar4,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth StrMt an
NnlUfHrlluu UunranUe ,
Sam'l . -WIt.OXf,
Cor. ElKhth St. and OomaaarcuU Atb.
IV. Itlttenbousit .1 llro. It.
u. M. HnWe.X llro.,
A. Mackle At'o,,
uni'l Wilson, Mr,.
J. II. l'bllll M f on,
II. M. lluka,
O. It. Woodward,
Ayers A l o.,
.1. n. I I.
f..l MrKk. l, M., Saill'I W'alW.