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endiaiV (at Mayer, at the eaau.
' For City Altera?.'
We ftroaiilhorlt.d lo announce John M.Mta.
du im . .nr.dld.te for M.llioa to the afllc f
l jty Attorney M the .nuilaf unilfl eiMtl.n.
w. u. authorl kfiMM afrMrwt air-'
-l t lo.dMl.lon riMGwmUlMf l
w. MthVriWd Utaa.ee (ft? .
I MARTIN vitl toi'04l.'f.r ti;iiMWI
lMrkl, mi the aelag ilmtw lwtlw,
-t to tb miImm of tbDaratk Barry,
W. sr. ealeerUad to aanwiMJOHll MKtWM
Im a 44sU for 0r Bariaal, SftU
decltloa f lb e.atecratl warty.
W.ar. MthwlMdl VH.UMI JT.
HSQIT ag a oeagleeu let Wr Bawkel at tea a
hula charter alaetiea.
Attn. rVua.tliaaat'tirlaaii. X.a e.'cekeY-
It.t. for lb. M 6rty Ctock, tyrl Mi Um ito-
Wo ar" MltMHMd WihiiW O, p. LTOBJa
le.ndldaUforCltv CI.rk.aabU.tt.tka iMltl.a
f the ItmoclMM'aartr.
MT1LL IN THE PULP.
vr. m uitbetitaa ta'aaaakMa'Mn' MWef f ;
t. THOMiH aa a I as I I il l tmt BfcaatewefaW
llerktl th. aainlai awaMaal ilnasa t4
W. ar. atafil to aaaeaaoa Xmtn 1.
It. f Ctiy Traaw r.r at ta. 'aaHt-t Bawatarael
W. tt. aarturtaa la'
I IRK aa a taadidet. fr tk
turn Ik Third Ward, alia
W. at. outl
Lrt 1 a eaadJdata tor
lld.raM Iroalka PllafWi
IrriCB-Craw Math MrMl tad Oat. Um
KMCB UOUM-Pr I a., ta H ., sad
raws . mm mm
EEBlDETSCB-W. M, ThtHmte ra
Liwm Wathtagaw A ran, aad Wm4
IfKC K--1M 0rl Aa,aautr.
L.RKHIDIMCP OmmU Miavtaaatk at..
lom ta aa u II mH ("aatay. aaaaaaaai aa4
lorn 'i ta I p BU
Mlkan, ' t ajawavtw
Ertfaao, Ko. li, VlcDi itraa; daira HI.
bcul aVa'trMTfTvaa Uiiiilf'aaWiaav
latoa OkiaJUa vaa.
TTORNEYS AT LAW
w. W. BlaiBja, CaTM, OX.
i I y I ts Hum tMap.
ur aaj.f tkarrty, la aa ajuaaMp daakad,
i taart a.i .
Ca lHUTai a TVftTar TW..
lome-OTBf Pawyafl, QHa iOw a.r
two dor aaaaa wovaraar araaajaaaMfaai
d CiaiiB.rlal ateaa.. 4Mt4
Cairo Gity Book Bmdtry
IkJaia. f aaf la
D t J i. .! I F. r-.. L . 1
fcAIHO, " - - iLtnfOW
Bard aaa TaJUaa pr-a
Ttieular applpra Kajar Hfl.i
inboam, villi a Frm,
aBa -Loj" fa yj iBBMBBB
OoL Fletchbu of JoBoiboro It In the
city In atUndanca upon court.
Oo and mi Prof, flafldf, tba grtat Kuro
fNM'tfPffrler aSil graatt magician In tl
Loijr Aobitt. Tba City aUoial Bank
)uu ka appotattd Loa AfRi'of tna
Traaiiury Dapkitmaat and.r tba VoBdiaa;
5-iifiaiAt4 0r ferakfaing good of all
klaiailwar m kand at P. Maa, Ko. 19
' ii-iwi'ii-On Moaday
a6tfc laat, tba Biaaralaa ira
will giva tkefr Uath a-aual ball.
faa bfctlok ud cartrldrat and bowl
kalrat, aa diraet to P. N.r, Ko. 70 Ohio
Ova kwadrad Taitabi glfU will b
glvak awiy aack alrkt at Prf. HnH.'
"tilrtr" girtibaWffrUr nlgbU tbll wotk.
1 'Look out for Prof. Sand' itrr gift
aabiMUoB. four luccaiiiTo night thii
waak, coaaaaanclng wltk Wcdnaaday, Fob.
tt you waat a good, itylUb. and wull
iHlag lull of cloth, Mada to ordur, yoa
tuait go U P. Naff, No. 79 Ohio Lar.
Loxo Bfuwir OvT-Tha Circuit Coort
li Ilka Hated iwattaaMlong drawn out. a
good tkhkrla Hkttf bat, at tba prcint
tlma, wa ara gaiilaa; tao muck of IL If
oaaa way could M Inriatfd to make th
laatloaa ikartar, mora dacliWa and
more fraquaat, It waald aa balUr.
Da. Wab.uh la rraduatad In IBM t
Mplftkadlcal Collag', and In 1I5 wa
YaMMl BrmrHtr'ator of Anatomy In the
medical department of what wu then
known aa Llad UnWenlty, now tbe ChU
cago Medical College.
HiiaooLTNilca. -For Norman' Cb.
lybaata Cewgb Byrup iracW mark of
hieroglyph! go Xaiaen, tola igeal,
caraer Xtgktk atraat aad ComsrcUl aye-
TauPEa Our ikaaka aaa fadered ta
Saaator HoIoebWeeflaaaf tba report of
Iaaaaa Aivlaaa, AAUeMiaMral' rapert
Adrrtaf 'tB It far than!,
leatioa of war ckataaa;
Tp.XKa, Tba chair yf "tba KpUcopal
Ckurab) aaatratarteira tkwkb fa Mr. J.
C. Carte wkWkia'teeJafcnl UapUao
uad at the concert on Tueaday arenlng
aiak. labaaarVw. TfwWtm.nf tba
celebratad MHIer piaiiea. Mr. Carton U
4b agent of tba meaiafacturer.
Foe tmaaa jreara I awfferad fram dhor
dar of tba Urar; btit ilaxa'l have ud
oaa pack-iaja'af SHm' UfeefulW;
totbU day, Mte ia'ajow pit ml taw, I
bare been coniparatlreijr a aooad Man.
fblidwlw Klngitoar, Oa.
bf aa, Baowir. Thli lady U winning
hag b araUe aa'ailapir; andaereralofour
altlMaa who bw a beard bar, eVclare that
ba I learaafy aaaaad t either Parapa
UaarXrb)eall. Hta'wnUtng In Cairo
Moadaamd lebtay'iTenlagi nest.
It Urtrawn .wVatalaagtb of time It
take to wear oaa' Boot and Sbooe when
U of good maUrfal, aad Ww, Xbleri
tuae nothing bat tba bait of ararythlng
itack, wMbiiad 'eU-t hi .tu-pon
Twealletk lirM'aeafta'tli cokft home.
Tma'e Tmt. Time triti all tiling,
rejecta tboea which are uteleM, and hold
fait to that whiib ii good. Htovei with,
outnaatbarbara baas inraated and pU
eated, but'ieoa giro up the gboit. The
Charter Oakkaaitvod the tmt fur evcn-
taea year, aad U (teadlly liicroajlnp in
Why will our friend ran tba rlik of bo-
lig itid by wearing eoaamon HiocU-
tkt whetitbey can procure' the tnoit per
fect article' that ba yet ban niada, by
calllaa; at awr aid' rtleadr taber Bro' (be
well kaowa jaweler and get a pair or
lar y Morrl' Perfticted rlpecticle.
n't delay. fobldawAlm
Tai aa. Peraoa in arrear for State
aad coaaty tase will aava eoU by liquid'
a tbaaajaarrnttMUtely. It l riucei
aary, In order to gire the ichool fund it
', that all pvraonal tasei cliould be
fMbel during thli moatb. Tboee Interacted
lwd Hberlff aad XaWmclo Callector.
v . "-."-jaaaamvf-jy
XOW IS THE HUE.
ralra'aOppartamlty- T..BK Pallat
tveaarPaill ana Fan AitaRataiar
tjaniaaeTcd by tha Klrl r inn
(Viiy uirirnmini.iiii ir
There wai nuver boforo In tho bittory
ofOairoatimo when o many Interest
hung upon tho conduct, upon tlio wisdom,
activity and unclnihncM of tho citizont ;
audit U important erery conildonitlon
f lelf.reipect and thnt elMnteriH which
grovri out of tbo public weal demand
that they ihould at once more forward,
and taking hold of tbeir affair put tbe gov
ernment of the city into the hand of men
agaclou, energetic, welMaformod about
municipal matter men who underttand
the fact that no town can flourish in which
gambler-thlevc! are not only tolerated but
patted on tho back by those whoio duty
It li to put them down with a rigorous
Ho re, now, we hnvo springing up on
every lido largo manufacturing lntoru ;
our builncsi mon are reaching out for
trade In every direction; our pooplo are
becoming better acquainted with each
other and moro social, and everything
look bright for tho future of the city.
Thcro I only ono thing wanting, and that
is a city government suited to tho times.
Are wo asked, what stands in the way
of the obtatnment of such a government.
Many things; and chiefuftof all the ob
stacle 1 tbe indifference of the better clasi
of our cltlcons. They say they do not
want to dabblo in municipal politic, that
it 1 dirty buinM. Never was thcro a
more foolish position taken. Krcry man
who respect himself, his family and
friend ; who denlrc that hit purson and
property should be safe from thiove and
attaaslni; who has any regard whatever
for either God or morality, should bo care
ful tbat'hl local government I pure and
efflciont It ! the local govern
ment tbat protects us and that makes
the hearthstone secure. Who has felt in
thleclty tbe eflectiof any of the law of
Cosgree, accept tbote that have
drawn tax from (he purses of the people;
be who, of all our population, ha not
tilt the effect of tho ordiuance of the
city and the resolutions of tbe council T
Wa assert that Congre may enact law
aad they will effect us in no direct man
Bier, Vut the legislation of our ciiy govern
ment I of vital importance t- every cil-
Um of Cairo. Jtnily.l,plllxa w) r-
feat to ba aaemplary men will go into a
frency about national affair and alio1
municipal matter matters that affect
their paries, property and persons, to drift
along, becauso they don't want to be both
ered about uch little affair! This is
tbe great trouble; but there is another,
and tbat Is tbe activity of the worm clai i
of the people tbe Grasshopper Party of
the city. They appreciate the fact that
they cannot flourish under a local govern
ment tbat will conscientiously look after
tho intermts of tho city that gay boys
with light finger and Jolly boy who will
have fun, flourish best under a "loo to"
city government. They don't cure what
law Congress paste, but they do care
what ordinance are enacted, and particu
larly they do care whether the Mayor it a
man who will enforce tho ordinances or
wink at tbeui, anil 'pluy and drink
with the boys, you know.'' An
easy, morally ilip-ihod man it the Mayor
tboy want, and thcrcforo you will always
And the Urutthoppcr inuu throwing up
their hatt for Mien a fellow. Tho better
tho man opposed to him tho more enthu
elastic they become In his cause.
Now, we assert, that it Is ttmuthat the
Grasshopper men wero met and put down
at tbe ballot box it is high tlmo wo wero
securing a Mayor and Council who wlh
push ahead tho enterprises of Cairo and
secure us against the blood-tucking (Unit
hoppers of the Clipper gung of loose fel
lows who don't caro anything for the city
and who pay no taxes and havo
no families to protect.
"Wa know that thuro are geod men in
tba Council now, but for soma reason they
ire'unable to do what they wish. The
obttructingelementin that body oppose all
their efforts breaks tho quorum when it
desires to defeat publio enterprises; rotuset
tovoto this or tbat way because somebody
buy butter, or eggs, or liquor, or well
ikylhing, where ho can buy it cboapott;
Ifcid object becaute a man It does not
'Mo luggettt. This element of the Coun-
fWmeeti with tbo applause of mots-covered
ton who weep whenever a new house it
erected, and it gives great dolight to tba
'((hasshopper element of our population.
' 'What we want it enough good men is
the couaeil to override thk element, (and
minotstroog), and a 'Mayor who will
Fwork ia harmony pith tba majority and
wsaa win i,W0Ta wwe-awate w tf re
quirement of tho times.
Burglar at Haamy' Itera Deaceat oa
Th m by Arnold, and HkMksa-Oat af
Trr- sJaairnt, and tba Irapl'meat
Captured -ft. nirala-c ita'Ufkiti.
- about of Roaaukfa tabaeeaMA It la
Tho thief excitement mado tho ofllceri
moro than usually vigilant, and Arnold
and Sbconan came to tbe conclusion that
tho robbort ihould be captured. On
Thursday afternoon, they observed two
itrangers looking at the door of Mr.
Hanny't.dry good store, and decided tbat
"a job" wa contemplated In that locality.
Accordingly, although neither .of them
was required by hli duty to do to, they)
hovored about nanny's corner during all
Thursday night, and about half-put tbrae
in the morning were rewarded for
their vlgllaneo'by tearing ic-undi of im
plement! workiagxj'n adoor'ln clooprax5
itnity to where they were concealed by
the darknost, 'for it was 'a morning to
dark nothing could be Men an Inch before
their noses. They approached the sound
as ttoalthlly a poislblo, but Arnold
tripped over a board which the robbon
bad placo across tho tldo-walk and gavo
the alarm. The robbers then ran. with.
iha Bc-rm nerTHoa, and a few shot
from Arnold' pistol brought one of them
to a sUnd-still and ho was arretted. The
other escaped. Theoflcera returnodwlth
their prisoner to Hanny'i door and found
almost all of C. LamVi carpenter thop
there arid forty-flve' augur holet bored
around a panel. Tho thlovishtd first
robbed Lame'i thop of the tookand bad
then proceeded to work at luhnrt.
In a few more mlnutct thoy
would have been inside, and
then bow'they woald have gone for Man
ny's fine itock of good, which, by. tbe way,
ho It telling at the 'itiy lowatt flgufe.
Go and soe bit bored door and buy a bill
Shoriff Myers, when he jaw the prisoner
concluded that he knew lometking about
Susanki's tobacco, and with Sheehan and
Arnold proceeded to ascertain Itt whero
abouti. Tbo Sheriff hat such a.pcrtuatlro
way, and be toon ascertained from the
prisoner, whose name it Giry, that the to
bacco was in tho saloon of Iiouit Gary on
the levee. The ofAcort immediately pro
ceeded to tho saloon, and by punching tbe
ground in tho basement toon round where
the tobacco bad been buried.''
We consider thli n neat job all around.
Arnold and .Sheehan deserve great credit
for their conduct.
I. E. TAKE yeWCTl-I. E.
Wfc.v. arewtaw ta ary 'eja.ew aTay
It now making aryaJgameuU rortbeopca-
ing of the tph'ng traded Ile'lntehdt filling
hit commolioui ttore room with a large
variety of dry good, comprising ladlea'
dree 'Koodt, muslins, table linen, carpet
ing, tnnttlng und all nrtlclct usually found
Ills carpets, two ply, ttirw ply and
Brustolt, are of new and elegant patterns,
and cheaper than have been brought to
this market. Mr. llanny intend ivldlng
to bis stock in tils particular, at an early
day, and will show such a variety in styles
and prices that all purchasers can bo suited.
In other articles of dry goods Mr. lianny't
took will be low In price, various In kind
and of the best quality.
vsvattig, ia t rewe a-
Twonty.flro. thousand dollars worth of
resdy-made clothing, hits, cajx, boots,
shoes, -trunk) MncTvaletoi' are offered for
talobyP. Kcff. O,4 Ohio 'Levee, at AC
TUAL COST PKICES; U being his in
tention to clove out in'' that line and em
bark exclusively and Wore extensively in
the furnishing goodjtaiaarchatit tnilor
Ing business. "
This closing out HHW.furnlihes an oppor
tunity to secure clearing cheaper than
ever before offered inlt market.
Tho Clrculr-Oourt-li' drawing to the
close ot the, nTjh week, anu irom. pre.eut
Indication a i;rnd jury. In ti-ksiun nml
Indictment presonted; :'lti ItSC niter-
Ing upon a 'rbgular''teriu. 'f. '
jury but been doing good work.
have presented Indictment agaiatt the
following parties, for larceny : Archer
Gaile, Moses Torrcnoe, Win. Kalpli, Sum.
Walters, John K, Park, and ono other,
whoso nsmo for tho present wo suppress,
not because we (yrnpatblae with-him, but
because wo' 'could not resist an appeal
which asked us to pare the sensibilities of
torely ntllictod und greatly dlttrestod
mother, The parties wore all' arraigned.
AroherGalln plead guilty to stealing n
box of surgical instrument! from Or. Dun
ning' orllco, and wat sentenced to three
Cahd or Tiiaxks. Mr. KJHor: I ile-
tira to return thanks through Thk IIuli.-
XTIN to Policeman Sheehan and Constable
Arnold for their efficiency and vigilance,
by which my tlock of",goodt wat saved,
from pillago on the night of Thursday,
lfith Inst. ' I Htn awure of the fact, that
Mr, Shoohan, beinga day policeman, and
Mr. Arnold, being a constable, were not
required by their duty to bo on watch
at the hour whon the attempt was
made teonter my store, and I am thoro
fore doubly thankful to thorn, and In this
this publio manner, in Juttlce to that of
ficial pride which has made thorn tucli pro
ficient officers, l.doilre to make, this fact
Feb. 17, 1871. '' 0. HANNY.
Paor. 8and9, the chief of ventriloquists,
magiciant and tligbt-bf-band performers,
will exhibit in. Cairo,, on Wednesday,
TMridajr, iXxtoytUl Jevirdey igktj,
conimenclng February 16th,
PAPS0H9, DAVIS tc CO.
Their Baala, Dftcrlptlon of Bwdste
Ilone, Tra,llaa; A(nU, te.
Tbe above firm began business In Cairo
in 18G7. Strong doubts wero then enter
tained whether a wholesalo and retail
crockery estAbllshment could bo tuitalned.
Immenso houses of llko charactor, posseat-
ing wealth and standing nt St. Louis, Cin
cinnati, Chicago, Kvantvllle and other
point had been for year socurlng the
trade of the Southern States, so that tho
establishment of such a houso here wai
truly on experiment. Hut tho effort was
nbt long an experiment, for within a few
months It became evident to tho proprie
tors, from their large and Incretslng tales,
that tba experiment wat a fixed fact, and
.the houso wat placed upon a safe bull.
Tbe houso is located on 10th street, one
block from tho Ohio levoo, and possesses
capacity to meet their present demand,
Tho basement of tho house it 70 by SO
feet, and it used for packing
and ttoring away full package!
of class, oueon and stono wares. Tho tco-
ond strxT, do lv "0 feet, It used for talo
room, conveniently and tastily arranged,
and containing everythinc kept In the
wholesalo department. Hero aro kept, alto,
samples of the cutlery department.
Tho third story it used for storing peek
ages of glauwaro and lamps, Rrery
department I completely supplied, to that
all orders aro filled promptly. Tho bouse
has In employment throo traveling agents,
James S.Swaynr, A. K. Swtyne, and O.
II. Campbell. JamotS. Swayno is exten
sively known at tho oldest crockery mer
chant In Cairo. When abtent from tbe city
In'tho Interett of thii home, bo travthi is
theitatct of Tennenee, Kentucky aad
Mistourl. lie hat established within these
states alargoand Increasing trade. A. X.
Swayno devotes hit time to Illinois and
Missouri. Ho has been in tbe field of
labor formany years. C. IT. Campbell con
fine bis labors to tho states of Mississippi
Parsons and Duvlt aro business men of
extensive ncquilntnneo and good standing.
They aro Importers and jobbors of
queensware and table cutlory. They are
prepared to tell at cheap as any llko house
in tho Mississippi valley. During tho patt
year tbelr business amounted to notrly
one hundred thousand dollars. Itt retail
department is complete and wo can aisure
the public that overy article it told at tho
lowest price, Tho bouio is growing In
public favor, and well It may.
Mm. lMooENK Ukow.v, who ha been
winning such great laurels In her concert
tour, will undoubtedly meet ft good recep
tion In Cairo. Such an nrtlit as the pre
pronounce her to bo, can do more to ad
vance the standard of Music, and envatu
the taste of the people, In one night, with
ber magnificent t'ngtnr and that of her
company, t!m l n whoio season spent In lis
tenlng to mochunical efforts. Wifjuote from
the Chicago Timts, on ber recent Concert
in Farwell Hall: "Mrs. Imogcne Brown
wu dressed in an elegant whlto satin,
beautifully mado, and her easy, graceful
.appearance alone, would have gone far
towardwlnnlng her favor. Hut ai she
wot alto in good voice and tinging her
best, tho enthusiastic reception and an
plaue which the received worn evidently
tlncoro. Her first selection was cavutina
from Donizetti's 'Maria do Itohnn,' a
brilliant number well suited to Mrs.
Ilrown's style. Her volcn ha a largo
range, with u particularly excellent low
rogittor; on clear, bright, high tones hor
vocalization is umbltloui, but is controlled
by good judgutnent and patience More
prominent than all nthur qualities, her
tinging U Intensely dramatic, which
lend an unusual charm tu the concert
ttagu. The distinct pronunciation, and
exuulslto expression of her ballad singing
is tho most fascinating of any singer wo
remember to havo heard."
And now thu cases cumo before ItroM,
who Is dovoted to Jiutlco but dreadfully
cros, and, alas! -Mary Swyganl wa there
on thu "vng," and alio looked what .he
"was, a very young hag. Krod said to her:
"Moll, I don't llko your way, and I line
youfivo dollar?, and If you no pay., you
must go to the lockup for sixteen long
days;" and Mary' ho wont llko a lamb
with McIInle, and wa locked by that
cruel man tight in the Jail.
And thoro was .Mary Hopkins, who It
older than she's young, the unfortunate
possessor of an unruly tongue, HUo missed
and swore and ripped and tore, like sailor
rude upon tho sea, and took thu cuo to
The Field. Dr. Arter, indvpeiiduut
candldato for Mayor, has the field to him
self, but the guy boy of tbo Grasshopper
Party, are, it Is said, making arrange
ments to bring out ono of their men Old
Jim, Old Dick or Old Harry for the
purposo, at they express it, of cooking the
Doctor' goose. Tho only way we can too I
out of the woods Is to nominate a Demo-I
crutic ticket and elect it by n rousing mn-1
So. Apologiitt for the
presence of tho tneak-thief gamblers who
infest tho city, tuy tho police forco It not
largo onough. Why, ibe thieves ' ' aro
known. The defect it in tho ordinan
ces, and the great trouble In the fact that
tho easy manner in which tbo ratcali
have been dealt with hat led them to be.
liev'o they are privileged character.
Tuk Kitoheh Queek. In all house
bold, wherevor utod, tho Charier Oak
Stove It tho domottle queen, Hmllesand
goodnature pervade her kingdom, and ber
mbjecti are alwayi free from family jar
Hnd kltoheii 'dlsfirbanci'f. J:in25dawll
John 31. Lambden ha been appointed
Stnto'i Attorney pro fern, by Judgo Dakar,
in tho absence of McCartney.
Flodr- Cholco Family Flour In bbli
half bbls., sicks, Ac., for sale at the Egyp
tian Mills. au
To-morrow morning' issue of tho
nut-uttiH will contain a column oi old-
time Cairo Items."
Peei-ark. it u the duty of every citl
xen to get bis pocket book ready to buy
a ticket to the tllbernlan flro company.
Johk Boown bat concluded tobocome
a candldato Tor City Martbal, and will
make a vigorous canvass, and do all be
can to carry off the price.
Bands had a big houio lut night, and
gavo away an immetua atptnint o( valua
ble stuff flour, china Ware, greenMki,
County Orders Wamted. HigheU
cash price paid for county orders by the
Entorprlto Savings Hank. Office, nt City
National Bank. fobMlw
A colored member of Shores' church
declared at tho court houso yestorday,
that 6hores would petition the connty
court to have tho, lino imposed by Judge
Ir you want a pair of boot made to or
dor, out of tho . best material, and in the
most foshionablo and durable man nor, go
to Wm. Ehlers, on Twentieth street, op-
potto the! court houso. tf
Wanted. A female servant, whito or
black, to do chamber work in a small fam
ily, and nurto. To good help, the highlit
wages will be paid. Add ret "Inquirer,
at this oficc.
For talo or exchange, COO acres of choice
land in Franklin county on tbo contem
plated lino of railroad from St. Lou'i to
Erantvillo. I will oxebango for Cairo
property. C. CLOSB.
We invite attention to tho announce
monlofO. P. Lyon at a candldato for
City Clerk. Mr. Lyon is woll-known to
our cltixent and U qualified tor
tho position of City Clerk. He bat botu
of friend and will taakaa strong
Bio CeAi. Contractu. W. H. Drown,
(King Coal), of tbe Cairo City Coal Com
pany has made a contract with the Iron
worki at Carondolet to deliver to them
1,600,000 bushels of coal, 000,000 bushels
to the gas works o( that city, and 80,000
bushel for tho gat work of Cairo.
Attention, Sir Kniobts I -A reg
ultr conclave of Cairo Commandory,
No. 13, of Knights Tomplar, will be held"
at tho asylum In the vlty of Cairo on
Saturday iivoning, I'ubrn i"; , ISlli, nt "J
JAS. S. REAKDEK, Recorder.
Take Notice. For tale or exchango
for Cairo property a farm of 40 aeree, 41
mile from Cairo, near Anna, in Union
county; healthy location, and good water.
Tbo plaee I about half cleared, In good
running order, ttocked, with good range.
For particular addres Francis XlIef,boz
407, Cairo, or call on him on Cedar street,
between Highland Ninth street,
The St. Charlk Hotel Leased.
Messrs. Jewott Wilcox A Co, have leased
tho St. Charles Hotel to Mr. F. D. Rex
ford, of Chicago, who will arrive in the
city on Monday next to leok after hi In
terest in thi regard. Mr. Rexford it a
woll-posted hotel man, thoroughly up la
the business, und will at least itutaln tbe
present excellent imputation of tbe St.
Charlct. Mr. Wilcox proposes to remove
to St. Louts and.go Into the wholesale gro
cery business. If he it at good a grocer at
he It an excellent "mlnu best" bo will com
mand an immense trade, and soli all thu
sugar, niolox.es, cotrue, Arc., that he can
find hands tu handle. Wu shall not
like to looie him, hut he will tako with
him if ho can't be induced to stay, the
goud winhes of a host ofpcr.oual friends.
' DK.tl.KK i.N
Tlu ami Hollow Ware, Clothog Wringer
Toilet Wore, Coal Hodi, Fire
Shovel, Air U ratr,
Tin, Gopper, Zinc and SheetUon
xr a. xt. -m.
No. 166 Washington Ave
lloHutr, Uwtt.rlaE atttl all atlttsla at
Jub Work Uot. tu aua.rtmt Bats.,
THK NEW AND FAHallwNABLR
Shaving Htir Dreising
I. now open lo Die eiliient of C.ir". B'nLa;
. nleeeleiiiHImve.an'C'Wrt'ultingf1' P
nlforrit,lV0. la? oUhBtrcwI.
fain prepared lo do all kind, of orn.meaul
Jlalrwork-watch guard and IwbmI.1.
:ilr Urewlng d"i, la the latettkuilimat atyl..
I will go to ihheaspf tkota until, lo coats tf
Cull oil Me.
10 IN UEllKOBD.
Kcspeelfully. announce TWO
.tttls!4 It Iht Mlowlni min.nl tilsot
Mr. A. B. FURLONG, Tenor,
Mr, F.A.eOWfN, Baritwr,
Mr. N. LEDOCHOWSKI. Pianist.
Mr. N. LEVANT, Direcfpr.
Admlitlon, Including reserved seats,
$1. Tlekett for talo at D. Hartman'i.
The fMtit. and ilellcat. dread th wlaUr, aad '
with good reason. Ttiawtathtrat thliMMOahae
a d.pr.Mlnit.rrpol uponlh vital o-aaot and ih.
ammtl spirits, and they hat no;vitaUtjr Bf rota-', ?
im anlmatlou to sp.r.. Th. aged aad. lakcta, la
whom the lUm. of )!f 1 naxiBidlBi.araalvara "
unplaaullr afltctod br Ih t.mp.elar.et wla-a
Ur, and houl,l fortify tholr ajit.m acalait 11.
The axtra vigor and retittnlpow.rhlehtl)..B.
febld tjriUin require to nM t to mt with
af.ljr lh atult of cold nddaTp?iiity soc b- -'
ciir.d bf th. regular u. avktattior'Eliia
aehnlturt. The tonla ! 'U aeadeH.4
mii4ln. I ep yil, lit aa lDor.Mt pj
llt,am.r aellrAjUaytlandaUlghUrhaa- i
pier fim.ormind.j'ood I the fulo1th..boJyf'j t
and If It It not proptily "dlg..Ul Uia fir a f-bf. ,
bum low. Wtwa thla i th. ca, th. dUuUli ,f .a
alwtyab. rejnldltd' within a triors .pu.. tlmf,
bti taking a fuUd.. of Ih. Litter, twle.'adaj.
Tti itomach will toon begin to perform It el-''J
loleil task rtgulirljr.aad tleadll, I Ih. food, belnjt.
thoroughly ossisillaieJ, will yield the.auieukt of 3
of vital h.at o.l nourishment wblch the.b.xly,
quires tinder the externM prenr. ofcoM, und
the vr(nr mlni'iite which .re apt to Mial! th.
w.Ak.nd uiitoned physique will I jlJd.
Hur.mored rrom lM..rn.r of yiftk.lra.lM4
Ootaaercltl aveaue, to
TtecajNlHtwa aa. Fifth Mml,
B.t..ai caaaaa.reial . Waaklwartai.
AVMIM, ' aTU jf
And keep voatttatly ea band a full .apply of-
NEW IRD OLD FURM1TB1E
O reccrle, Nut lea a, To j e, etc.
Alio, Dry Good., Clolhlag, rrsut.a andCea.
SwIImm, at th. v.ry Jowmi prU.t ui Ibe elty.
Bon't forget that Mr. W.llmaa ha. ehuigd her
plae. ef Cut n.si, and doa'l log.t tb. IomSsob of
har a.w, .und. Mr.. W.llm.o will atwart U
found at hoat If not la Ik Mere mn, la tbe
dvtiUng partof ih boat. dlaiew
T .If . rillLUPM aV CO.,
BBocw.or lo E.U.HidrteCe.
wnarf - Boat
LIBKMAI. AUVANrKM MABB MB.
KB" A re prepared lo rw.i.o, .tor. aad fwwaid
freight, to al( point, u. tuy aad neH oa tsm
rlluiu tltendt to with vrontttaM..
LOSE aV YHVOKNT,
and dealer la
Lime, Cement, Plaster hi
PLAATJBMEbVS bTAIH. - x x
Cr. -tklSlwct BU.IftB n
r T TMUifflgSl
Unlt.d Ut of Amiriea. B-iath.tft r)a4tkl at
llllnol a tfju
iuiM Wiurt of 'hs 1 l.liaam.iM'l.j Ui ,
8ouU.ni Iil.Wc of. UUaot. agala4k':iMmT4k
boil LauusilWriier UMt;taiiBtih amauwl aav. fur.
allure, iryinE thai UiaeamBiiiay UetaMtsatud
lo n.v to .aid llbellula ih. ua.llu.iluUi.l'KV
pfuc.u uaaa rormof Uw.'tu h 'Unm4J-n!
lurutniaoaiaaEnt Mao4y in Mueh 171, tka.
titlstaaaaa4 takaa. th.Mld ukho.i .i;
IH, net u-i, .w. , aurtaaus watiia.tiie
Moiialehfby gis.vBBBBjBkt Court ol
tb. UnMad tiuU. will b. hUl atlbi TDaM.a atat.
Court roaat a th.olgr t CJru.oata.rlnato.
d.y la MtMb UTl, fbitha Uialuf.lh.MBl pi.ia.
I.e.. aad Ska Mnroxowaua.aiulAtitesBaBh.
nr.ir.reC Mid lihel
1T t.trri wi'i
falio, lll.e February 11.