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ASCAt.ON I.OD0E, .NO, 01.
KnlxlilKul l'lhlm, uiwta every Krl
day ulglit it lulf-pml wicii, in Odd
relluwa' Hill j K. SLACK,
Oianctllur i.ouiiiuiitle r.
AI.i:.XANl)i:iLI.JI)(JK. Mi l
jJpWt liidiuilnil Onlur ol Odd-iH-KsCV
low', iiirvtx firry 'ihuiaday night
jim n'- ill iilt-i.iit tini, in uirir niiiiiin
ConimrrcUl avenue, Ixlumi Mxili and rwtntli
iirrrla, JuUNii uhmma.i, .-?, i.
"UlltO KNOAUrMKNT, I 0. O K., Inecls
VMi iMil-lVlloWii' lull mi the first and tlilnl
luJ) lu every iiiuiiui, at lulr-jiaal arirn.
I, u fi lack, (j. r.
ACAIIMM.ODUK. NO.V37,A V AAIM
Hold rrirular cijiliiiiuntcatioiia In JIa
JIoiile Hull, cutiiT loliimerel il avtutia
aud Kltflilli utriit, mi tlie aecuiid ulid
rouiUi Jluuuay iiucii ruouui.
The Parish School was opened on lion-
day, Mrcb la. Hut pupil will ho re
celled t m y time, nn Iho conditions
already published. Tho crvlcjs of Pro-
fesur Frlck bsv been recumd for Initruc
tl"D In thn U rinin linx'iuKc Korlhli nn
xt?a eh irge wll b nude. 1'uii I wUliint;
toaiudy Herman on y, wit come to the
school t 4 o'c oek p. in,
Cil.rarH , UiI.iikkt, Hector.
ilr. 1. Fitzgerald ha?Jut received anil
ha nn vale at hli sale" room it large Mock
if F.nglMi tie, porter, Hennery brandy
and wiuca, and llipjom of nil kind, which
be will diapote of at reasonable rice
Kilty to Scventy-tlvr dillar per month.
Airenl wanted everywhere. Tcachtus,
die, icnt?, tc, etc. Nn caplld or out
lay required, html !W cent fur imtgn on
outfit, tn l. I. Wki.chmas-,
It Irvln Station. Union County, Ohio.
ilo nml Her llrr.
landlord ol hot. I? and hoarding hounn
mill duil It to tlu-lr advai t?ire tocall upon
Mm, Odeuun, No i'i Fourth treet, be
tween W alilngUm mid Couruercl il aven
ue, ami a-cetlaln her urm tr d iliu ho el
and hoarding bouae Waahca by the week
lUr wh Icule ii I ia are ext tliicly
low 7 r. per duicii. For piecework pr ci
are a. ImIIuw.: .Shu e -hlit nd c I
lar, 10c: p rdnzeno i; nock- two co
Ian, tie; tw h tidkrrcMct-, fx1; veM voc;
and a I Kentletneii' wear. T.'.c per
doen. I.nllr.' ilrr., 'i'i to !jy. ;
klrt li t 20-j ilrwr 0 to 15e; iwn
pair hi'ii fc: to cu'lirTi lo 1 c. Knr !
dim' plain clothe il Kl p r dozen; lor Ik
die finiv cottirr, fl 'i'i per dnzeti; ilotie
Jninptly, and promptly dellurel. l'a
Oool tlnifle rnotn 0'i he up'cr floor hi
the ballit Charlca can ha had, wi h tioaid,
it th very low rate f 3 1 per month
Iwoor three Knllimin can he nrrom
mid i rd 'I hil') l ard. Monro "ti W'aU
nut. hctw een S nth mid l.l'ii'h. Apply
at thli ofllc; !4!-3-i-yt.
Ileorge I.itliRr ionirrofl'o irt'cnthand
VaihltiK on aven.ie. will fu ti'kh he eul-i r.
lery day to h pitron No. I lunch, hc
leen the hour of ten anil twelve oVJ ck.
i'tfh Jlllwaukec heir and Irajjriiit II iViili.i
:lk'ir to be had at hi I ir at all tlinu.
tntlrr ol lleiniMHl.
S'hlcht A. L'lrli'h have ii moved their
clieinlc.l d)eln and tlranlns( eta'
llihnieiit Iruui thu torner of I'A litn ml
Coimn r I I tn Washington Av-nuc.
hetweeiiNl th nnd'IVnth tr e'. To inert
the want of their m ny eut iner. they
heve ordered and h ie J it lec Urd from
K r pe a la'Kt lot ol the llnrit dio Uiffi,
and arc now ready to uttend to any ordein
In their line. :MJ9-liu.
'ollrr r Ilriiiiivnl.
The well known barber hop, corner
K'Khth and 0 mmen lal, pre-ld. il ov r i-y
the popula rtlt. (ieorx SUlnlion.e, hao
rumovid one il or north on omni'-rc ul. In
the (S and Cen'ral Hotel. The new bop l
laitu and comm dlnti", and thoke w .biiij,
for any UUj artUtlc m the way of f.ixhl'in
abb hair ciutlnj.', miiooth khae,et . will
do well to call at thu Uraud Ceulial llarbir
hop. 71 3-13-t
The old Hand on Sth lreet, between
Comm relal uv uiue an ) Ohio Levee, In id
wa leady tn ih an) k-nd of work In the
blaek-iiut'i llu i, m.klniim I repilrinj" W.il'
on. Husi,'icnd Dri.e. l.pecit'niti'iiilou
fjlven tn hor liu.'ln,'. a I inaku my own
hoe; I ran make III in h uvy nr llylit,
Ju t a y iu dr ire, lnr yuu all know that the
home m ide line are the he-t. i a'l round
and inn m e toy ve you-ail-facllon.
71-im-lm. l ithii. Iliirilia.sz.
IMnnn nml (rtriii Tiuilni;.
Mr, M. Kuiiiii) ilea rrn tit tn ay til it hp l
ready in r cel e ord-ra fur I'I mi a-il Or
tan tuning, and repa rlnjf nnuc.il l.istru
mu t. Onler may he but ut thu eoiniT oi
Thlrteitith uml W-lln 't airett, or I. u.
110 (Wi, and will receive prompt ait lit on.
Wlirnec Tlilt lrrnl Coimiintlnii
the couniry ihrimli, amon ihe U'"U He
111 ter liioiii;irr Theyntinl a a.
lnnovatonnn llich pil'lle0'o of niik'ii
drtltika di oi the lck A o.upe It r ha
come Into the IU'1 1 wlh wlihii .hey -Mini'it
contend. 1h. J Wai.KKuM (Jai.II'hIIMa
VlN'OtK ' UT K Hit, tliu lllld lied eMll i'
ol the mo-t efllcaiiouii i ku ahH tonic- ui d
alter .tl v. m In th w rd, la ilr vliu all the
e lll-hirn noi rmiK nl Kin.' Alu i ol ti ihr
W'll, Tnero a u i dl-ea-u, in urn.il or ex
tern il, In whli h It la not hen lkially admin
laterud, -17-d Jt w-lw,
The above aalonn, corner of Eighth street
and Commercial avenue, la tixeil M,i In
g od style airy and eomlortablo. Kveri
bundiy moruliir yi u w II Unci fpread a No.
1 Lll ch and a gl.ia or Mllwutlkro lager
beer, which .-a 't-bo beat, nml thrio U ml
anychuigi'. II lil' d t o llir you will tint
the b t kind !' Llq'ior n..il Clcam, uud
my tlealre i M B'vo every onu ol my eiiat i
mora who patronlzo me, haiUf.tctlnn.
(Jill round I Frkii. IIukiiki.nz..
Buy your Kit-Id aim ClurUo i Seedi at New
York Store. Tiro lliy and t lover 8enl, On
ton Selt", Karlyltoie Seed Potatoes, Oat,
Sweet Corn. Ilunsarlan Seed, ltU8ott To
tatot i, iat by the quart, Hod Top, fait
tuid Steal Plowi, Plow Uarneii A:.; .full
Use and i riM (uartoUeii low,
kVHWOt. CB4I, 0, P-TUB A CO.
Sir.VlMV, MAHUII 28, 1S75.
a . s o t'.i'i:n
Klilloii Sum: I'lerne ammunce JOHN It.
I'llll.l.ltan u luiiuliil.ile for Mayur of Lalio, at
lliecilaUllliT iiiuiiicll ilcclion
Jauu-ir; ii, IsiS. JlAHK Citlitxa,
For City Clerk.
Koiion Ui't.t.r.ri l'lei. announr nieatu
caiiUIUal Iur-r.-i:li.tluii I., trie oilic tit Utj
(.Ink, at lli uiulugclmrtrr tlrctlou.
M1.1. K. HAWKINS
KntTOK IICLLLTIM. l'leate announce me u a
cuLilluale lur tlie ulllc ut Lily Clerk, at the cu
aulu; inuulchal election.
VM. rilUNCII A.XLtY.
Hy the rrinett of many cillient I announce
in) wll i u Liindlilate. lur th oUice of 'lriuuunr,
at tue nuiiiim tit)' rleUlun
Mb i:;10it rirate annuuiice a n randl
dale for le-rleclion t ll,i'i;llii.M,ri.lt) 'Ireaitnvr,
at tne iniUiii inutilcii.ul cltutlnn
II K Ilt.AKK.
We ore autborUe.1 to announouJAMlii W.
M LiV.vlt'l uaaciiidlilate lur Hie "lllte or til)
'luaniirr, at llieiinuliiK Uiarler tli-cuon
We air uutlinriird lu anuouiice JOHN (.'
Will i I; hi a canJiilalu fur Al'lrriuaa u( the
Caiiuj, III , JIjrcti27 Is7!i
Ham 1 Till. I WIM)
a -ll'l I ii I .S. I.
J .'Id I vj K.
ai ia j' i j-:.
1H0MA1 JUNK'S, ut. .. C a. A.
111 St. I.otiii. Mo.. Wrtliiesiliiv. Lm:li
Sltli, Mm. Uurlci U. Woud', ucd J7
On Friday night the Uulla City Cornet
baud I'uvon-d our cilli'ii Willi a eero-
n. ide un iIk principal -tii-i-t corner. '1'liN
baud ixwiltly -applied tliuiil-rKci with
a coiiipU'te M.at ut ui-w ellwr liistniiiienl-.
Wean- Inforiiied tli.it Mr. I). T. I.lin.-
jrar lia In iiri'p.iratlou it IeiUiiri- on "Na
tional i-oM rcignly mid Slalf I'llil-."
whkli In-will ih llvi r In lli courM- ol' a
itk. Tin' tluif and plaiv will he
aiiuotiticuil tliro'.lli tlio-coolil.il. n in duo
I.llirrail Itrllicluii" Aaiiirlntiim.
'I'ln n; will be a uiiiilu of tin- MUral
Ki'll'iuiii Afoci.illoii .Sunday at JoVJiKk
p. in., lur tin nurii')- of rlicliii'' ollki'iK
for tla-i'ii-iiin year, and oilier liil-llirs.
AH Irii'iiilly to tliu Liberal can-.: aru ln
rltcil to lw prci'iit. Hy order of
!W7-2t. K.xi:cctivi: Com mi ttkk.
TIip Itrv. .Mr. nillirrtS Lecture.
Our tx-oplo Miuiild not forget
that on next Tin-day I'Vi-niiig.
the itrv. Mr. Uilbert will deliver a l-r-
Hire at tliu high m-IioiiI hilllillng. wlileh.
no doubt, will be of much Interest and
benrllt lo every lltetier. We nredicl
lor tliu reverend geiilluiii in u large an
i'liiirrii ui i.ir- .i a.'.-.iirr.
'IVhJ.iv U-Ing Ki-ter-Siinil.iy the i r-
Vloe at the Cliuaii of the I: ih-eui'T will
be tiuiiMially Iinpre'lve. The ehurcli
li.i Ix-cii luiiiiilliillv and la-lelullv ih'i-or-
ated with plauia and lliwers of vari-m
kind'. The liri-Ic fur the O'.-c.oluu lus
Iki-ii prepired witli aire.
More fur Kent.
On Commercial avenue, near Twenti
eth street, i-uitable for tailor or baiitcr
'lioii. luipiire at the saloon corner
Twentieth and Commercial.
y-'-'T-lt. dllllX Cixla.
'Hie ll Jail.
Tailor McCarthy iiiforuii ui that he has
now iinih-r hi- care In Hid city Jail. Mx
Imt-oii. iiicliuliiig tiie woman Maggie
Seymour, who uf nrroted .ome time
ago hy Olllcers fain and Hrown, for
walking ihe Mieets of Cairo lu male at
tire. The other live ure held for being
drunk and disorderly.
The t'olnreil Oitit.'ellMva.
From Jiiilgu HIrd we learn that the
gentlemen now in our city for Ihe pur
poe of M-lling on foot an OddelloW'.,
lodge among the colored men of lhi
place, have been very succc-fiil in their
undertaking. At a Hireling heid, 'hey
cnlitcd twenty-four of our mot worthy
colored men, who have slgnitied their
luteiitliiii to labor in tliu interest ol tint
To-morrow will he i: ister-Monday, and
the e.Nteit.iive jirepani'loiK which have
been In progres-. for weeks pat. hy the.
members of thu Turner Society of this
city, are completed. The gentlemen i-e-leetetl
hy the society to look after the
welfare, of the wMies of thu member.,
were certainly well clio?cn, for the rea
son that nothing has been neglected hy
tlieui that will add to th" plea-urn
of tlnxi) who pirtlclp itu in their celelira
tlou. A model ban I of inii-ic will be in
attendaiice to enliven tin occ.iiiuu, and a
flipper, niich a rarely uprivid on any for
mer event, will he in readiness for all
who may delrn It. We, would not ad
vise tile loveM of auiiHemeut to overlook
this opportunity of a grand evening'
eporl, and wo predict for the Turners thu
most successful entertainment of tliu i-c.i-
To-niglit, the proprietor of the Plan
tcra' House, Mr. Dlumud Iliielner will
ngalu entertain his many fiieuds with a
nacred concert. The concert given hy
him last Sunday evening was one of the
mii-t acceptable c litcrtnliimciiU that iiui
taken place for niany days, and we arc
assured hy Mr. 11. that the. one of to
night will I),- no less enjoyable. In addi
tion to tliu concert, he propose, to offer
his gucMs one of the finest lunches ever
spread In Cairo. As for liinche?. he
knows how to prepare thejii, nml will
serve thu mott delicious edibles nt the
very lowest prices. He nlso keeps on
hand for these occasions, nn ample sup
ply of Schlltz's splendid Mllwnukee hcer.
which, ns n bevorage, U pronounood tin
eurpasscd by any brand that coinci to
this place. Mr. Hucfncr extendi to lili j
friends and acquaintance! a hearty Invi
tation to be there and enjoy the concert
llltf Tliliiu In I'lcturet,
Hchle'lnger, the artist. U thu patentee;
of something new lu photograph pic
tures. He Inn discovered n. process, by
which the color of hair, eyes and clothing
cm he taken as perfectly a if painted In
Ilnrrcll'a Aililrea I -illclit.
To-iilght,at the Liberal lUligious hall,
Mr. M. It. Harrell, editor or the Cairo
(Jattttt, will eiiterinlii the citizens by an
address on wb.u knows about Cairo
In heryi)itn.. U.iy. Mr. Harrell Is uu
old resident uftlivsu urt, uud will not
fall to picture lu thu most vivid lilit
rnutiy scenes and Incidents that tran
spired during early tluys, which will
prove of great Interest.
I'rcachlng to-d.ty at the Christian
church, Klghtceiith street, inornlng and
evening, nt tliu mu il hours, by Klder
Smith. Seats free.
There will hi services nt tliu German
Lutheran Church lo-duy at 10 o'clock
a. m. ; a I mi sacr.inu'iit of thu Lord's Sup
per. Services lu thu evening at 7:110.
Rev. .1. L. Wallar. of the M. U.
church, will preach this morning at I0::i0
o'clock, at thu Presbyterian church, in
which eervlce both congregations will
unite, lu the evening Mr. Wallar will
preach lu the MethodUt church. The
sermon will he nddrcscd to young men.
Anollii-r NrllliiK nnlrli
Vleldlng to thu request of Iho-o who
were sieicd down ut thu Presbyterian
church l.it riiursd.iy evening, the M. K.
chu-ch will haven "pclling mitch Instead
of their ii-u il fe-tlv.d and oucvrt, on
next Wednesday evening. There will be
uiu-Ieau I recitations rendered hy ever,tl
of thu ladies and g'iilleuicu of the church
before .M'lllng. After one eldu Is sp'dlcd
down, there will lx; a side chovn from
llie iiudience to couipetu with the other
side for the prize.
The wh.irf-bo.it ot th" Cairo, Arkan.-.is
i&Tcxa railroad, w hlcli was sunk u few
weeks ago at Hird's Point, was ral-ed hy
the sieaini-r Gray Hound, (-'apt. A. C.
Matheny eoinniauder, In Ju-t three and
one-half hour after Je'ee Mahallee. ship
e.irM-nterot this city, had miiwiIi (I In
building a biilkhniil around the hole in
the boaiMinll. N xeral partle- had un-"iicces-full,
undertaken to ral-s; the b iat.
anil.lie de-erve all the ciedit which
Mr. Charles IleriueuilKiurg. the agent of
thu cuuipauy, so lavishly bu-toivs upon
To the gentleman who fell by "alco
hol" at thu elliug in itch tin; other
evening, we are indebted for tliu follow
ing paragraph, containing a number of
words as Hn'llcd on that oeca-lon :
"In u recent procession at Padui-iih thu
mirth til was a K-rfect rvytfer. He was
under the luMil lieu ol alchuhut, and hi
ciiu-eipience. fell troiu hi- hor'e. lie
however attrlbutrii tin; act cur to another
eall-e. He fiindl rh'im ut the cau'.
from wlilcli he raid he had been MiU'cilng
for ome time. He was badly brooztd
and his spinel coin mu was injured. A
cvrp of attendant- conveyed him to the
ho-pilal. The nalent c.ui-cd but little
delay. At the -ouuil of thu fvxi'i thu
proccidou moved on."
The Spring cxuinln itlon of thu Cairo
Public School will take place tills week.
Monday and Tuesday will lie devoted to
the High School; Wednesday forenoon to
the schools taught by Mlscs McKcu and
Llvlng-tou; Wediiesihv alteriioon to
those taught by Mlses Aubery, Phllll-,
H.MoHrido and It. Mcltride ; Tliur-day.
to tlie Thirteenth street Grammar School
and the rooms occupied liy Misses Pow
ers, Houston, lingers and Walbridge
Mls-es Powers and Walbridge in tliu
forenoon, and Mlses Itogers and Hous
ton In the afternoon.
The examination of tliu colnred schools
will begin on Wednesday inornlng and
continue through thu week.
The patrons of thu schools and the
public are invited to attend thesu exam
inations. Irs. i:. .11. Wait.
The audience which attended the se
lect reading given In Mm. V M. Watt at
the Methodist church on last Friday
nitrlit wit- much better than upon her
first entertainment, hut not as large as
the lady de-erved. Sim exhibited great
power and thorough culture, uud during
the whole evening held the clo-e atten
tion of her miilleucc, who lctiftVd ilielr
appreciation ot her ell'orls by hearty ap
plause. Mrs. Watt has an ex
cellent and highly cultivated
voice, pleasing address and Is close to life
in delineation of diameter. "Helsy and
I am Out," "Hely'.s ver-lou of thu
Story." "Helsy and I mule Up." "Tim
Hrldge of Sighs;" and "Overthu Hills to
the Poor House," caused many n tear to
start, ami "Father Phil's Collection"
was us successful in provoking nierii
mint. The singing ot the little girl was
also highly complimentary to her age,
and was greeted by loud applause, and
thu whole entertainment was well worth
attending lu fact, a rare treat.
Annie U'onils Iler Dentil.
In yesterday ninrnliig'ii Issuu of thu
IK'i.i.uriN we published u short item con
cerning the deatli ot a young girl by an
overdose of iimciiIc, and set forih as thu
eausu for thu r.uh deed, tliu lulldelity of
ayouiiguiau.au employe on thu Cairo
and Vliiceuues railroad company. Since
tlie publication of that Item, wo leant
from a reliable source that this was not
thu cause, but that thu girl had been for a
long time, down-ltcaricl and melancholy,
mid was, ns she had remarked on more
than one occasion, "totally disgusted Willi
thu world." Her real name, wuaru told,
was Ll..lu Johnson. Sim came to tills
city over a year ago from Padueah, where
she has relatives, and entered u houso pf
lll-fituiu. under the assumed name of
Annie Woods, and slncu luir arrival hero,
has boen nn Inmate, at variant time, of
nearly ovcry '"h'irli'tonod homo of HUrep
lite" In town. At tho time of her death,
she was living In a home on Twenty-seventh
street. On Wednesday, we are told,
she came down town t j one of the driijt
stores, bought live cents worth of mor
phine, returned lo her home, ami that
evening took It. She was taken Very
sick, and lay In u critical condition mull
Thursday id twelve o'clock, when she
died. Coroner Gossuiau was called, and
held a jio-t mortem examination. He
found pinned upon tliu brea-tof her un
der garment the paper In which thu mor
phine had been wrapped, with tho word
"morphine" written upon It. There was
nothing found among her personal effects
giving any lea'on for thu act. The re
mains were burled at Hunch Grove Ceme
tery on Friday afternoon.
The party to be given nt the Liberal
Itcllglous hall to-morrow evening, prom
ises to be a silcce's lu every particular.
A plea-ant affair Is nuticluatcd. Judging
from the arrangements nlready made. The
gentlemen that are giving the party never
do Anything by halve", and we believe all
the few that aru Invited will attend, and
make it a very enjoyable affair.
Hiislue In the police courts was not
ns lively yesterday ns it was on tlie two
iliiyn previous. Judge llros having only
three caes before him. while Judge HIrd
was not Interrupted hy the appearance of
any one who required his attention.
The tlrst ea'c tried before
Jiulgi; Hross was that of John Johiisou.
which was continued from the iliy previ
ous. The charge preferred ngalnt John
sou was that of stealing a box contain
ing six revolvers, and two single barrel
ptols, valued at forfy-the dollar', from
the hardware store of Mr. Henry, on
Commercial avenue, lat Tii"day night.
S.'veral witnesses testified lu the
trial, who-e evidence va uflicirnlly
strong against the defendant for Hi
Honor to hold liim to ball hi the sum of
six hundred dollar-, which he did, and In
default ol the required hall, he was drib-red
to jail, to await the action or the
A lady giving her name as Ann Mo
Iviuiiy was next to make her appearance,
tliu had been taken Into cu-lody by Of
ficers Cain and Hrowu. for Indulging lu
ob-ceiiu and ofTcn-ivc language. Alter
hearing the evidence iu the case, thu vic
tim was adjudged guilty of the crime set
forth by the giirdl.ins of the city, and
fined tlvi.'dollars ami costs. She Irid no
money , and was sunt to iho c.daboojo for
J.iuiiis Murphy next received the un
divided attention ol tlie judge. He was
arreted by Olllcer Cain and Hrown, lor
being In an img-iitlem uilv state of in
toxication, who conducted him to the
"ourt ro nn and entered a eiiargu to that
effect ng.dnt him. The judge heard the
tale of John's sinfulness with a sad heart,
and when it had been ended, placed a line
of two dollars and co-t upon his head.
He had no money, and went to the cool
er for two days. He will labor on the
Eggs Were in demand yesterday.
Tills Is Kater-Suuday. uud egg-coloring
will be tlie principal :iiuueineiit.
M. il. Harrell. of the Onztttt, will
deliver a lecture at the Liberal llcligtous
hall this evening.
Tlie social hop to be given at the Lib
eral Religious hall, to-morrow evening,
promises to lie u Very plcaaut affair.
Tlie lecture to be delivered by Har
rell. of tlie O nctle, at Liberal He'ligioits
hall to-night, will, no doubt, draw out a
large mi lence.
Don't fail to hear the lecture of Mr.
M. It. Harrell, at Liberal Keiiglous hall
tliis evening. Il will be both Intercttlug
Tlie ladles connected with the church
of the Hedeciner were busy yesterday itf
ternoon. decorating their church lor
Kaster, with plants and flowers.
Mr. Alex Fry, who has for tho past
three weeks been dangerously III with
pneumonia, U, wu aru pluaud to learn,
rapidly recovering and will soon be out.
I he N oinan s Club nml Library As
sociation held a meeting yesterday aft.-r-noon,
when it was decided by them to
give a spelling match onu week from to
Mr. Thrupp had n number of col
ored Individuals at work trimming tlie
large shade tree- In front of his re-ldence
on the corner of Seventh street ami Wash
ington avenue, yesterday.
The large frame building situated on
the north corner ot Commercial avenue
and Twelfth street, Is now undergoing
improvements that will add much to Its
nppcaniu u when completed.
Gus Ilium, the Sixth street barber, Is
still alive, and can be seen at his simp at
all hours of the dav, where he makes
glad the hearts of his many friends
wiili a smooth shave, or a fa-hlonablu
Attention, .ti i.i-L'. 1 1. il ? of llio
roiiiiilliii; Con n I ry.
I h ivo a lull .lock and can always fl I or
der? mi Qucetis.varc slid CI ?avnrt) nt tit.
Luiilsp I es The loll wintfla aliitol what
I h.vuoii b.in I it prerti t!
Lain .i Cli in my, of all kindi, by the- Hal
I'ul, bo or ilni'ii,
Gl 1, nun s ol all sizes and kinds.
l'O dluVoui stylo and kinds of Bar
Lamp Huniirs nf alldcscrlp nns.
Limp. wi.'k, H cr mu s Ulas Hi flcctir,
"oil till Chan lell-r-, Cuo tSt iuil?, Gla-s
Fruit St mil?, mikI in t u t n i cry tlilug In iho
Gro iku'y ii'id (!l i-swaro ino.
I w II 'murantiii to dupllcati any bill
purchus il in St. Loirs and Klvn equd'y
as gun i an .issortuunt, us my stou' Is com
ploin In a I Kind? id l icen ami (las-wire.
I ul-o liuu put up iu ciifk for the rc'ult
trade. It iclni;liain mid Vellnw ware, whUii
I vl. sjII .it '.'i p.'i' ujut .nr thu regular list
Alsi a full lino or Talil) and P ckct Cut
'ory, Plated. HrlitriU. t'atilu and Tea
Spo n, un i .S'Uip Ladles C nnu and ice
lory urs'jlvei. D II a tmas,
u-UJ-tf. Cor. tlxtta & Com, Av.
Two-llnrao SVntroii For Hal.
A ncv wug'Hi lor sale t bargain,
ply nt tue lluttunn couutlHS'room?
IHE HOWE SEWINQ MACHINE.
A Ilrnncli OfUco lu bo Eetnbllalietl In
Mr. D. F. Uennett, representing the
Howe Sewing Machine company, Is now
lu Cairo, with u view of establishing n
branch olllce ot said company lu this
city. This Is an enterprise that has
never before been attempted hi Cairo,
and we Iiomi that Mr. Bennett
will meet with that encouragement
and support at the hands ol our citizens
that his undertaking deserves. This of
fice will be opened us soon us a suitable
room can he procured and every arrange
ment iierfected for oirerlng ono of
the largest and handsomest displays
of sewing machines ever before seen In
Cairo. The Increased demand and popu
larity of this celebrated machine necessi
tates a wider field for action, hence the
object of the company In selecting Culro
as a point for a brunch olllce. Further
notice of this enterplsu will be published
I have Just received the largest a"rt
io':ntof Qileeuswaru and (llassvare, of the
brst quality, whlrli having bouht f r c is.li
direct Iro n the Iinpi rters mid M imifuclu
rer, I a?n wntMed to sell at pricis wtilcii
del)' competition, viz:
White Granite Hreaklaat Plates liOc per
White Oranlte Cups and-Saucr, without
h indies, (iOc per set.
White Granite Cup, and fauccM, with
handle, Tlic per c'.
i.are (Ha (Job et, COc per d n.
Large Gla-1 Tabid Tilinlil.la J')c per
1 Inrlto everybody tn rail ami examhe my
stock of Que ii and UlaasAare and com
p ire price-.
I luve abojuat received a brcc Invoice el
TaMe and I'ocki t cutlery, Mker Pla edand
KrlitaiilaTahli) uud 'f'u i Spoon? uud soup
l.a I-. Das HaIUMaN,
a-ij-tf. Cor. Slxtu A Ci,ui. Av.
Lit of letters remaining uncalled for
In the Pot Olllce at Cairo. Illinois, Satur
day, March '27, 1875.
Hiitt Annie, Hritton Clara. HagerCor
nclisi, Hooker F. S , Hugg Martha, Uloms
Camptoii Mm. j. c., Culllnan Ellen.
Dixon Mrs. C.
Pond.Muttle, Porter Matilda, Porter
Stratton Julia, Storde Anna.
Wright Anna, Walker Hattlc, West
Yoke Annie. Young S. C.
Ap Mr. A'lier John.
Bradley Geo, Uaker F A, Balrd John,
Butt W H.
Carter Green, Carroll Loson. Culp
John. Cornelius N H, Culllnan Malachl.
Dtiulap Clias, Dounely John F, Dick
Fitzgerald D I..
llcmKi sun C D. niiiiiUltni C, lliibvil
Reason. Harper II, Harrison G, lltitchiu
son T M.
McKay Angus, McCollum IL B.
IVrrjnian Joe. Pillow Frank.
ltlcliesou Alec, Ulce Lewis.
Smith Chas. Smith Emanuel. Sco'.t
James, Smith Johesy, Shea Junius, Sto
Tandey Krwin, Thompson John,
Tucker W. II.
Wlllett Albert, Weber Dave. Winters
J. W., Watklns Jack, Wheeler J.D. Wal
lace J. H., Witter John, Whltcinan
Persons calling for the above letter
will please say "Advertised."
Geo. W. McICeaio, P. M.
I have Just reclved a complete assort
ment of Glass Shades of all sizes and
shapes, suitable for clocks, wax flowers,
etc., also Moss and Chenille, and pic
nic and ladles' Traveling Baskets the
largest stock ever brought to Cairo.
Corner Sixth and Commercial.
Steamer Idlcwild. Kvaii'ville.
" John F. Tulle, St. Louis.
" City of Chester. Memphis.
' Grand Lake and tow.M. Louis.
Iron-ideand harp-s, Pittsburg.
Coal Hill, Memphis.
Steamer Idlewiid, Kvaiisvllle.
John F. Tolle, St. Louis.
City of Chester. .Memphis.
" Grand Lake uud tow. South.
" ironside ami barges, St. Louis.
mviui. nustsnss and wkathkr.
The Ohio receded two Inches in the
twenty-four hours endlnj; at 3 p.m. yes
terday, and It continues to fall at nil
points above, ns also Its tributaries.
Cloudy lu the inornlng, hut clear ami
pleasant ill the nfternoon.
Hiulnuss Is dull with up-stream
The City of Chester had 20 bales col
ton and 20 tons sundries.
UardwIck'H corn boats nro now on
their way out of the Ohio, nml their car
roes will lie sold to planters nlonj,' the
river from Memphis south.
Thu Injury sustained by the steamer
Ella, when she ran Into tho woods below
Pocahontas, caii bo repaired for about
Tim sunken Green Lino wharf-hoat
wns miuined oiit and raised Friday by
the Grey Hound. Tho hole, in her hiillls
5 feet lonir d 0 Inches wide. Carpen
ters weru at work repairing her yestcr-
Tho John F. Tollo wni nt tho wharf
oil iUv vHSti.rdav ndd nir relent? o"n
- 4 .
added all the Southern freight of the
Ironside and barges, und lett last night
with all she wanted.
The splendid passenger steamer Pat
Cleburne, GofT, commander and Mat.
Williams, In the olllce, Is the Evansvllle
packet this evening ul 0 p. tn.
Padueah has been di'contlnucd as a
port of entry by the United States treas
ury department. The business hereto
fore transacted nt that point will be
transferred to Nashville.
The Helle Lee's new hull Is to bo 325
teet long, 10 feet deep and C3 feet wide.
The New York Iron Age says "a
company has been formed to construct n
tunnel under the Mississippi river nt
Cairo with a capital of $10,000,000."
The Julia Is due this inornlng from
Memphis for St. Louis.
The John A. Scudder, for New Or
leans, City ol Helena, for VIcksburg and
St. Joe, for Memphis, are due from St.
The Helle of Shreveport Is due to
morrow from New Orleans, with 300
bogheads of sugar and 150 tons sundries.
The Ironsides nml barges discharged
the following for parties hi this city: C.
W. Henderson, 22 keg nails; J. H. Heed,
Cil bars Iron, 17-1 bundles Iron, 100 kegs
nails; Stratton & HIrd, ICO kegs ualN,
Harclay Urns, -15 packages sundries, A.
Lohr, 11 casks bottles; H. F. Parker, 13
boxes window glas; 0. 11. Woodward, 31
packages sundries; Lancaster & Klcc, 100
boxes window gla-s.
VaH IlII'ABIMtSr, KIVtK IlKISiNT,
Jlarcli '.'7. .S71.
ht. Loula ...
Joe Itoneker In now In full control ot
he Washington hakeiy. and having learn
ed the want of the public. Is prepared to
sill ply on call a'l itemamU for French loaf,
Ho-tou, Hrown and (Iraham bread, and
evrryttilmc rise ordinarily found In a first-
claa-bsk ry. He maintains a fultOukol
conlertionerlei, and can, as well any
other dealer In the city, fill all orders In
ttiat liue. Cakes baked, roted or orna
mented on ahori notice. Spciia lattenilnn
v'lven o tho orders of wedding or picnic
parties. 0 12-tf.
IttcnrhliiK nml Trliinilliitr.
Mrs. a m Willlaui-cn wi hestoaunounco
to the pilblb' an t her old utrons Hut stio
I prepared to bleach, preas and atiape hats
In th i very Inl c?t atylc, al the low price ol
75 cents each. Her per.-oiml attention will
be in en to trimming tia'6 und bonnets.
I'r'c6 2to50ceut'. Healdrnce on Was'i-
nl n avenue, betwi en Kidith and N i th
stro' t-. Any omg lidy dealilng to leain
Iliu btt-lneas may apply to m.
3-(Kit. AUirt. Sam Williamson.
Sp'endld line of Sprliii; Print, now open.
Al-o lull line .f 1. il -V ar.d Ocnt'a all e,
at Etcru price, bo h ut wtioleiali and
retail al Is 1V YollK STOHC.
PHCENIX HAIB LBESSINO SALOON.
llllnol i rntrrtl llnllrond.
aooii ron Tin: ykah : 1S75.
Itnilrnml Van to I'lilriiffo anil llotum.
The holder ot this pi,s Is entitle 1 to one
tlrst-' l.is pa.s.igc to i lilcay i uud return on
horrebaek or on foot, providing he vets his
hair cut by F. Toeobold Eighth sinci, be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nuu. Ticket otlku at F. I'heobold's barber
shop, Cairo, Illinois
A rosiHlve t'lirc I'or Itlieiimnllam
for sale ut tlio dms-torenl M.J. Vtcllauley,
between Ki htc uih und Nluetccnth streets
oil Oummerclal avenue, 3 18
It on in a I ItouniH f
Four rooms for rent two furnished,
and two unfurnished over Hnhblus' mu
sic store, on Commercial avenue. F.u
quire of Tuber Uros., 123 Commercial
To be Sold for C'linrvc.
I will sell on the 24di day ot April nest,
on my wharf-boa', thu 1 How lug :
la now Howe dewl g Miiclilnta.
a Trunk and a lot of Pluti ler.
The came has remained over one ycarun-
callei! f r and "III be noli! tor rlao;es,
:osi-2n-im. J. M. Phillips.
A 4'lienp in the Chenprit.
At the N j w lluruem and ditddlu Shop
No. IOi Commercial Avenue, (old Auction
lieuse) ) on can buy all yuu want, from a
Hue (lames down to a Initio strap, as
liiciip a ut any other point. No uae n w ol
(join to St. Loulnor any other pi ice for
ods ir our line. Call and sc.! us.
1U-3-23 2w. L. 1). Akin & Co.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
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