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SKOHKT SOCIETIES
A.0AI.O.V l.tJDOB, NO. 61.
Ktiluti I nf PylliUs, mii-lii uciy I'rl
tlaynlnht at ruilf-uat scion, 111 Odd
illoW' Hall 0. K. fcLALK,
( iMhci-llnrCoiiiumndir.
OSmf Inde;ndint Oph-r of J.M'J-I-
"XVtriwt9' ut Iwlf-iuxit ". I" "J'vli- li.ill on
Coininirrl.il uwnnc, Iwluuii Mull mid S-unlli
,f,H .JllllSlI t0HU.Mp .S. (l.
ClAIHO KSCAMr.MKM , I O. O. r'.. Inn-la
Jin Odd-ri-llinv' Hall on the 111 it and third
Im-sdui In every Mi'jiilh, ut hair-past n-u-n
(, K bi.ai.-k, I.. I'.
fa.
( AIIIOl.lllKilC.NU '.I7,A.1'. aa.:m.
I 11. 1 ....! ... ,,,,.l.-..,l., III Im.
k, ,, ll , I iiiiiiiimiiai .,- an ...
y miiiIc Mull, corner I umnn-rci it mnim
sr 'ami l;lihth tlnst. oil the uruund und
i.tnlh Monday ul well iikiiiIIi.
LOCAL NOTICES.
I'rcsli .Siiiily.
Mr. 1'. Fitwrnld liaijul iccelw-d nml
ban on ale at lib talci room n laiy; tok
if English ale, iioitcr, llciinissy brandy
jut wlne, anil Million of all kind, which
ut will JiMou ol at reaionablo price.
if.
.Notice or iii'iuiMiii.
Tho well -ktown barber liop, corner
Lightli niiil I'jiiunrrcial, presided ov :r by
.tin popular rtlt, llcorp! Stelnhoine, has
removed otic dior tiotthou L'omiii'jrc'iil, In
lie (.mini Ccnllsl llo'.td. Tito iipw ho. Is
nigc and coiiimidlciil, Mid thoc wMilmr
for any.hing artistic in tlio way r f.i-!ilon-i'llo
Imlr culling, smooth have, etc. will
lo well to i all nt tlir litnmt Central ll.irl.cr
hop. ' Tl.l-in-tf.
Illeiirlilo;.-, At'.
Mr. Itumbohl I now ptcpated In
bleach ami ri'inuil'-l nil kind of hat. In
tin; hiti"! Myic; iilo trim. ('oaro
braid, .V),-. lic-ideiice Firiieiilh stru t.
Vtwccu Wnlnutnml Cedar. l-HMw.
llircii-iliiiri'.
I have jllt received tho largest assort
uisnt of (Jiieriisware and (I last ware, of the
hc-t quality, which, having liouitht for cirh
direct fro'ii the Impf rtrr mid M iniifuctii
rets, I om enublud to i-ll at prlcjs which
duly competition, U :
White Granite llteaklsit Phite fiOc per m-i.
White tf raulto Ctipi nml San-
r rs, wllhou! hmd'cs iWe per net.
Whll'j (fiMiltc Cups and .''nil-
ucr, with handle, - 7!e jier fct.
f.are (ilms (5ohlt-t, Me per tot.
I,arj;e fij Tldo TumNr?, 30cp-rft
1 Invite eerylody tO'-.ilUnd examine my
tori; of (uen and (iltMwaro and com.
pare price.
I hive aUoJtiit retelvcd a Iare Invoice ot
Table utid Pocket cutlciy, bilver l'lali-datid
llrittiiiiaTnlile mid Tea Spoon and Snip
l.adlp. Das IIahtman.
3-M tf. tor. Sixth .V Com. A v.
(Jo nml .' it ller.
I niidlonU ot hotel nml hoarding linue
II. Ut to their idvar.tu'e to mil upon
Slri i ileinan, l.aundre, No 12 Faur;h
trcct, hetwena Vhln)loii and I'ommer
elal avelhic. IKtil and bonrdln-hoiikc
WahlnK. ""cetH'' per dozen. Kur piecework
pr.icn are an lolloi: lngIo hlrt and e'j
Ijr, 10c; pur dozen SOe: o-l: "c; two col
i.ir, &; two haiidkerchUI, Tic; cH 20c;
and a'l scrillemcu'i wear, sfl. per
lovii. Ladled drcnc, 2'i to fiOc;
(kirtil) to drawers In tu Kn-; two
t air liote tc; two lollarx.'i to HV. Kor la-
tli-i' plain clothe SI OOpT dozen; for la
dle line clotht", l 2." per dozen; done
drsmptly, and prompth delivered. I'a
'ronasr ollelted.
1 lllilli r.t ClMIlt.
Mr. Itu't. ha the lirxe't Milliner) ."lore
in tin city ol Cairo with a Urge toek of
Mniitiert liOwd-t ol all the l.ite-l fnhioll
and 'tjloi of l.idlei', Ml--cs" mid Chlldreli'-t
ha'k. and I.adici' bonnet-, tilmnied or mi
trimnii. J, all of which have lucn car.'fully
ul tcl, an I totijht tl the vi-iy et
(a'; l'rii'i' at lliefuiir dlller. nt mirkcti
fit I. in", Chlctgo, Clni-lnnatl an t Now
Vork, and which he will oiler for -ale at
. .t. Now It your chalice to gel your
lln. Cad and tee her heloie you pur
eliiifo at other plii'i'. fho h& a lino
oriuiculoi l.nliei,' Mles' and Children
Shu ii, nil nude to order, that kuo will oiler
fir fale tlf y per cent chcipr than tan he
bought at any other place In the city of
Cairo , al'o, a ntlcty of other notloi .
Mits. .M. V. Huliz.
Wa'hliifiton avenue, between Tenth mid
Klevcr h Hrects. 12-3-13-lm.
Tiike .Niillee to Till.
am prernred to liirntclt to cm-tomcr,
llooti and Shoes, of a line material, a ite.it
In lit and cheap In price a can be procured
by prr.nltllnK speculative pron., or men
not rhoi'iiiaker ha inj; fricnd-hoi-makc;-.
itiK in the Kant, to send lor them. I ak
hanker, public oillcer, and other pcmi!.-.
to tako notice ot this am.oiuicemc-nt. I
make Hoot mid Shoe. in any M)le and of
every quality, (live me a tihd.
Kemcmbcr tho Ine-itlou of m hi,i
Twentieth ttet-t between lo;d.iretr..-et and
Wa.hlns'mi avenue, near tho Court Hoti-e.
10 MS-tf. W.M KIII.EKN
The Heart In ii Wmiilorliil l'tiiup,
tlm valves ol which open and ftlnil seventy
ore ght) times per minute. If an alcoholic
tiiniilaut he taken Into tho blood tho pump
woikaumeh f.itcr, and till ii'tnutifnlf peed
weais out tho vital unchlnory. All t!in In
toxicating iioilruuwadvcrtPc I ai"tonlci.,"
"renovators," "cr.rrccllvo," ,Vc , produce
tUlJdbiiaioilKllci-t.alidh lien ail Intelli
gent ChiUtlau mo thankful that I'll.
WAI.KKII'S Vr.flKTAIlt.K VlNEGAH HtrTKItS
an InviKorant and Alterative, without a
idins It everywhere 8upplautln' thesj
proprietary poison. I-IS Iw,
Two.IIortc Wniion I'or Hnlr.
A new wagon lor sale at a bargain. Ap
ply at the Ht!M.KTl.N countlns-rootii. tf.
Jct the Ilet.
Dr. Setli Arnold's Coush Killer tho
groat cradle itor tor a'l lung dUenics a bu-
pcrlor remedy to all other medicine yet
discovered, In savuro cascn. It Is a siuo,
uutck, and perfectly fal'J remedy lor
couglu, cold. Horo throit, whoonlnireouxh
:roup, and all dheaues of the throat nml
lungs. uo:atiprico, 2Aaud&0centHandiil.
Any bottlo tint doej not give- relief nny ho
rulurnnd, andtbe money will bo relunded.
Dr. Scth Arnold'g Dlarrhiei Ilalmm 2.1 and
MeeiiU. Homomhor It Is warranted, Ar
nold'n Hil ions Mandraku Tills, operating
without slclsnojs mid pain. Compounded
by Dr. Seth Arnold' Medicnl CorporatI m,
Woonsjcltct, It, 1. sold Iiy Paul (J.Schtih,
dniglt, Cairo, 111. M-l-25-ihn.
KoiHenl.
n, 1 ..A.,l.lAn..u m. rr.i..,iitl,,lli Kr.At.
uawthS urt JIo.T AUo 'cllJlU, cdehrallon
IIouio Hotol, ut low rent. Inijulre nt Jl,
Mayor's Clirtr Slorei .Jacoii Ki.kin.
4-IODn.
SHu iilltin.
CITY NEWS?
WKDNKSDAi. APML iH, 187o.
I.iii'iil Wejtlii-r Iti'liorl.
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IIIO.MA' .lO.NKS, SlKt.
S., t; N. A .
lOHlMMII't,
'I'ln.' pi.-llln tiialcli that wa tu linvi'
couiL' oil' lit Mlx-ral lii'lllim Hull. Ial
ntlil. wa poMpoiiuil until tH'.xt Montliiy
nljjht. ;il whleli Hint' Iti etor (illbcrt will
npprar in tin- co-liuni' d tin ohl-llnii'
vli(io.maler, mill tilt- 'oin:orili:i Si':ietv
mid (ithcr teliliraU'd liitfi'M will -ln
oiii; very lienutldil piece?.
CHril.
Kiiiioii UcM.im.N: Mr. 'I'lmyer joitis
with mi- In retiirnlu iniiti-il mid i-onlial
thank t( our iimny IrietKl In C'nlru I. r
llie ub-tiiiit!:il and iM-nulil'iil pHMi-iitn
n'lit ! ti hy them on tin- twentieth mi
nlverfary of our iiiarriai-. I'or their
niit klmliit'- iiihI IIImthI ni:iy 1 1n
Iiv!ni' lli-.nl of llie i-hnn-li render llietu
a hh--eil ffwaid. Vour.
Ili:.Tn.ni:i:.
Mated VIihi'iiiiiw. Iinl., Ajiril -Mill. 1 7.
I'liiltiinli Letter.
Ve pulill'li a letter IWini I'iidiii'.ili, In
wldeh tin; pidlin;r eliallane ol" Cairo I
aaln repeated. We liavo no doubt :i
ela-- could lie iiriiul-d lo defeat our
lielhliot. At tin; 'iinie ol' lia-c- lull,
whlcli leqnlrci more inifch' than liraln,
I'adueiih I- hctli'i- than Cairo, hut at Iho
iitne ut iM'lllii'.', wlileii reiptircs no tit lis
Heatnl not intieli lir.iln. we have an ahid
lii' faith in the ability o Cain, to it
away with I'adtteali. At lent tin.' e.xper
Itnent U worth trvln. If any of our
epeller-i wili tho nanii; of our' corres
pondent, for tin; pufpouc of opening a
i-'orri'-potHlenei' with him looking to a
j-pelliu niJtrh, it ran h': obtained of Mr.
Ilurnett at the Ht i.t.KTi.v ountititi&r room-
Viinkoe rtiililusoii.
The day ha at.la-t arrived for Uie ap
l'Brauco of V.mkeo Kohiniou'- iit
show, and we iruarante: tliat very fuw
will uii the opportunity of 'oiu '"all mtt
doors under one lent," lUU tiipeii
iIoik eoiiihinatiou U very aptly character
l.ed. .Ittdin-; from the notliv- ol the
pre' of other eltie wliete till- how lf
I'Xhlhiti'il. Vaukee. Itohitiou can salely
lay clai into having an (;hihltioii second
only to one now travelling on the Ameri
can continent. Uo. then, everybody. nuil
mc this "World of Wonder-." Ailml-
ion only ."n rents : chiidreii itndi-r'.tyear.
half price.
THE TWEKTY-SIXT1I.
'cli'ttrnf Inn of tin- Oilil.I'c tlm Aunt.
M'l-;irv ul .Il,iie-Iii'ii, A Wet IIiij.
.'i u I II I lllllllll, I, III I. Mill i inn i ,, -
The Ddd-IVIIowi of Southern lllitini
tilitieinateil a i;rand n-niploii on the
lu-t. at .lone-horn, hut the rain of Sun
day night, and tin- mud and drizzle of
the uiornlng of the miuiver-aiy day de
terred hundred-, from participating in the
celebration.
About one hundred ()dil-i'eow ami
cltlon-i of Cairo, uotwllh-tamUug the
r.iln of the niorniug, went up on the Nar
row (iauge, mini; In jias-enger and soine
In box car-. The crowd wa-s somewhat
swelled at Toledo and other .slatlons.
li'Idlugou a narrow gauge ro.ul wna
new cn-alion to niot of the cxciir
sioniils. 'J'heroadisa little rough, hut
the p.f-cngcr onn .icertalu that, al
though llie track i-. not in pet feet order,
llie i-ar- ride with a little jo-tic a, any of
tin; wide gauge well Italic t
ed road. and he ha no
ilouhl lhat It U tnip, as one of tho oxeur-tloni-t
romarkeil, that : "If this track
wa- in order tKcd up a little riding on
Ihl here road would lie old oil."
I'artles ol track men were at work level
ing the trai l;, ami within a month will
have it in a goo 1 condition as lhat ol any
mail In the country.
The cxciifllonl.t'.afi ivcd at .lone. horo.
and there enjoyed a walk through mini
and In the tain, lo the Odd-l'ellows' hall.
where llie committee of arrangements
had eoinlortable Hum liialng away.
Shortly alter the arilv.il of the Cairo c
curtionMs, tho-e front Murpliy.-hoto ar
rived, two hundred ami twenty-live strong
with a bra-- hand and many itinhrclla.
Then cauio the lodge. front .Marion, U II-Hani-ion
county, Caihondaie, Anna and
Dongola.alittli) damp, hut determined to
sec tho celebration to an end.
Alter till lite lodges cpcclcd
had reported a procc?lon wa
formed on the public- Mpnre, headed
by init-ic and inar.-lnlled by Col.
Nlniuio, and marched to tliulalrgrouud.
The commltte had prepared -cats around
tho mu.-lu fitaud on the. ground, and it
was tlio programme to haw tho nddiv-s
of welcome and speeches made from the
-land, but tho lain hail made th
ground soft, the scat! wut and It was still
gently descending. Tho company were
therefore crowded into tliu room in the
second story of the building, where .Mr.
Alexander Dougherty made an
eloquent and appropriate adilic
of welcome. Mr. Oborly was then
Introduced hy (.'apt. Andrews and spoko
, I'or twenty or thirty minute
i Thou tlm meeting adjourned, .ind thu
Ipeoplutook to tho tables Which were
loadeil with all kinds of food, propp ed by
tho ladles of ,louesl)om. Kverylmdy was
supplied with all that could be deslr.'d,
and enough was loft to feed a regiment
for it week. The Odd-l'ellows and citi
zens of Jonosboro ladles and gentle
men had mado every arrangement lhat
could have been made for tho entertain
ment of their guests, and It U to bo re
gretted for their hakes that tho bad
To
MewM. Hotitou, Andrew;! and otlier,-thi'
Cairo excursionist') arc. Indebted lor many
kind ntWntloiH.
THE COMING FOUItTH
Nlnill U'e C'oleliriile if In Ciiirii'.'-i
en Itentoiii n.v nil ,:itiiii iine
.ii-IK'i- l tills Itllestlnil Slmiilil
lie Alliilc. Alto Cliio or Tno SiMtei
limit Siiliiullli'il.
It has been Hie cu.-loin ol tun' or mote
of the tin; engine cotupanic of tin eily
lo monopolize tic! I'ourth id' duly, ami
hy advcrll-lng proposed celebr.illon of
tho day forestall any attempt lo organize
a general eeleliration a e:lehr.itloii hy
the people. We hope (hi eutom will be
lliro'.vn a-ido thl yetir, and that our citi
zens will unite In organizing n grand
deiiionlialloii on the npptoachlng
I'DUVtll.
There atu many len.-ou why tills
should be done nl this time. This i'the
year in which thu centennial eclcbrutlon
of revolutionary cvcuU eomineiiee. due
hundred yinr ago, 10th ol April, n -hot
wa llictl nt Coiu-oril that wa heatd
rouiiil llie world, utid In the cuulng
s-lruggle of eight long yi.ur our lorr-falher-i
laid tin; foumlatloiii or the
Republic. It Ih th'Tcforc prop
vr that In thl- )ear rind
tliisni'xteii'ulug eveu yeur the people
of the ltepuhlle should, by celebrating
the grunt eveiil-j of the IlevoIiitloiiMry
War, rekindle love of country in their
heart. Whatever may have been proper
iu the pat. It would Ik tihnofl nerilc
geoti in any society or .-ect or other body
ol men to attempt, In t'.il centennial pe
riod of our hUtory. to uioiiopolli; the
I'oiutli ot July, It btdotig- lo all the
peojih', and should bo celebrated by the
people.
We have Ihereforc, rtiuning ahead id
public -uggetlon from any person.
thought projH'r to i-ngire-t that our peo
ple should )iatriotlcally unite and organ
ize a grand celebration ol the coming
Fourth.
Until' patriotism is not -nllleieiit to In
duce our people to net in thl matter,
their -ell-interest houUI not appeal to
them hi viuu. Ky org.inlz.lng lorn great
Icbraliou, and ailu-rtliiiigit properly
trutiiK-tiug the new that great orators
would I; present on the oeca.ion. a
great barbecue be eprend, gun be llred,
drnms lie beat, the ling llo.tted mid
the eagle -ent upon one of hl
highest llight. we could, beyond all
doubt, I'onu'regnte in Cairo from ten to
lift ecu thousand, and possibly, twenty,
twenty-live or thirty thousand people on
that day. We have now railroad reach
ing us from every direction, and the peo
ple would pour In from Kentucky, Mi
Mjuri, and all part of Southern tlllnol.
Till luiiiieiiM! multitude would leavu in
the city n largi- atnoui't of money in the
till of hotel-keeper, sidooninen, and
merchant.- of all Kind.. Willi thl sordid
ronton I'or a iflebr.itlon of the I'ourth In
Cairo, added to tlio patriotic one. who
among our cillz.ens e.m hcidtr.tc to act hi
furthjr.iui'e of th ugg.-stloii ouiliT
Subject ?
' have no time tolo-c. Twoinonihs
I a short time in which to organize it big
eeleliration. Your orators and wo would
uggest that Cairo should -ccure at leat
two of the greate-t orators of tho coun
try should have ample time to prepare
llieir 'pccclip ; your ground inu-t lie
secured anil prepared ; voitf railroad
coinp.inir must Ik' Interviewed for low
fares ; your advertising must be done ;
your money mut be raled, and all llieso
niatti r.-take time. To make the propos
ed celebration a uoccs action Miottld be
taken at once.
Who. tlierctoiv. will star; the ball?
Who will call a public meeting, at which
thl mailer may be dl-cussed?
I'KOM FADUCAH.
A Pailiionli :Jo (lliius Hie lli.ru ol'
raise tin- lilt VtlliiKe.-TiieSjK.llliiv
.llnti'li Helueeu l. .'lint lt.i- il.lll.
-I'hmiii, llie I rlniiiiliint. riiiilern
IVnreil.
I'.infciH, April 2.'th, 1S7.".
Kniion lliM.i.riN :- I'aditoali is now
duller than wa ever known bet'ore, with
no hopes of a speedy return to pro
pcrily. Kvery place ha some redeem
ing feature that Is a telling eard. We
have several. Duo I our line streets,
that cannot be urpa-cd in the world;
another i our beautiful gardens attached
to our many line re-idenccs. A per-on
to appreciate our beautiful city at this
season ol the year should Mt It, espe
cially Cnlrolics, who are urroiiii(led, id-tno-t,
by watcr-and swamp., and the
city olten ovcrllowcd by sipo water. II
Cairo only had our situation lor building
purposes she would ere (hi have rivalled
St. l.onl-.
There is considerable, talk here
about a spelling mulch between the
Kgyptlaus and I'.idiiC'ililans. We aro in
(or II, anil if your city accepts, wo will
give you a roulng time. Kveu tho "Idle
wild" bae hall club have slgullled their
willingness lo entertain our visitors with
a lino game of hall, provided Phil. How
ard will muster up tho "Mar" dub of
your city, mid come up with tho spellers,
Let'. have tho spelling match, hy all
incitis. The two cities aro so close k--gelher
ili.it we ought to cwhango i i 11 i
ties, eto,
Tho Hvansvlllo packet company have
mado Paducih tlio terminus of their line,
and nme of our merchants think our
city will bo greatly benefitted
thereby, as a great deal of trade will be
turned away from your city to Pmlucah,
especially tho iehipplng ot freight,
which will go down the Puilucali A Mem
phis road. Time will tell.
I ami Faxon Is buck again from your city,
covered all over with glory, as ho cue.
os-cdwd hi tltrellujf you ti mayor who Ik
!!). will be an honor to your f-hy. lie
-iiy.s duck will make n good mayor
cait-lngotirclly In the next two jours
toniake'ripld st'ilde towanl- n .-if,. poll
Ian gixatness.
There Is some apptehcti'lon tli.it we
will be vMled by the choluni 112.1111 this
uiniuei, in coucipicnee ol the uui-.ison-aldo
wi atlicr thai we hare been having of
lute. Major I'lsiiertia a huge lime ul'
hand engaged In cleaning up Hie Mitels
and alley, aud'our city Is cleiuK-r now in
a saullary point ol view than It has In en
for many yitir. All piiile t our wor
thy mnvnr. Moivnuon. -HM'.s.
Cii-iicritl llems
.Mr. A. 15. tin fibril has ? nn- Sottlli.
I.el ti celebrate the coming Fourth
ol duly in grand style.
Then; wa no police Ini.iue-t in llie
courts yesterday.
Custom made ladles' iind children's
shoes, all guaranteed, for stih-at the low
eM prices, at. I. liurger A. o.
Tho Liberal Itellgiotu s-llluginatcli
wa otponcd Ironi last nlglit till .Mon
day night next.
The load lending into tin- country
are reported a being In a 1'e.trl'u! condi
tion. Humor 1 now -ugge.-llug that either
Mr. N L. Wlel.wlrc or L. If. Mjer will
be Mayor Winter. ( hief of PoliiH-.
Siunnier silks ol the wry best ipnil
it y, price ranging from OS In WO eent
per van I, ni.iv be fontid nl d. Iturger
,Y Co.-.
lion. Win. ILliiecmlcllvereil llieau-nlver.-nry
addre- befot-i- (ho Odd Fellow
(d'Metroxdl-, on Monday night lat.
The Odd-Fellow eelcblllllou Hi
.loiic-boiu on Motiday was a niui-t alliih'.
It wa rillis.1 an ituibrell.i celebration."
I.adli"' and children' whltn suits,
braided and cmliroldeied ; linen Milt of
all color-, am he found In the city only
at .1. Iturger ,v Co-. Children' suits
from SO cent toSS: Ladies' Mitt from
S'J to c'20.
.Judgi- Mulkey and firceii are attend
ing court nt MctropolN. .ludge .Mulkey
Is hi bad Intilth. A - oon us lie onu liave
time, he will visit Crittenden Spring and
try the virtue of their water.
J. Uurgcr ,c Co. have the most hem
tlfitl assortment of embroideries and la
ws in the clly of Cnini. reuilled nt whole
le prices.
'l'lie dUnzrccablc weather of llie past
few day, has In en the nibjeot of much
conver-atlon. which bo bien pretty gou
endly orimuieiited with prolnne words.
At .louesboro, on Moinhiy, the Wenther
wa cursed blue.
Attention 'scallcd to lliereihieed rales
of board at the St. Ch irlcs hold during
the coming Summer month. Head the
cardit .peak for itself.
.1. Ibirger it Co. have the Iarget
tock ot parasol, umbrellas and sun um
brella In Cairn. Chiltlren'sparso! at re
markably low price. Tlie-o article are
oing oil' rapidly, and ladles should call
ltefotv the liot of the -tock 1 "one. '
.lewett llco has Ui.t one of his
cow. A liberal rowaid Is olletud for the
return of the aniiie. !is- advi-ttl-fne ol
for description.
The lines! 'election ol iliv-s goods of
tho very nle-t style nnd nil the new fab
ric sold at price wlili It defy competi
tion, at .1. Iturger it Co'.-.
. Mr. Lent Malvern, wlu for a year
or more has been freight clerk on Phil
lips' wharf-boat, gave up the position on
the 1-t of this mouth. He will probably
turn Id .-mention to railroading.
It is iild the fence of St. Mary's park
bis been broken at -everal places. Since
Mr. Thornton left Us the jurl; ha been
permitted lo run to seed.
Fifty of the arlll bidonging to Vau
kee Dobin-oii's Hippodrome will take
their breakfast ut the St. Charles thi
morning. Tho entire troupe reached here
hy special train about S A. M.
The hou-ekceper' department at .1.
liurger ,t Co's will delight the numerous
lady customers nf that linn. The table
linen, toweling-, napkin, sheellng.
pilloweae miiMiu, etc. etc., are of nil
l.indo and qualities and the prices within
the reach of everybody.
The introduction nf a new series of
readers Into I lie public school of llie
city, created quite a stir among the pa
rents. The particular merit ol the now
reader.- doe not appear, but their high
price was made apparent to every parent
uf a pupil.
The picnic b the Catholic ladles of
till city, for llie lieiicllt of llie Sister of
Lorettn, will take place 011 iln 1-th of
May in St. Mary's p irk.
A large of .Honey was paid by
11 United states officer yesterday as
bounty to colored Iroops of the lato war.
Members, of the Fourth and Flghtli Illi
nois ileavv Artillery ns-elved ahull!
$0,IRX.
A cnuru of Aldermen I to he held,
at w hicli it will b determined who shall
be appointed to olllce under .Mayor Win
ter. Several of Ills Honor's friend will
be slaughtered in the eaueii. and ol j
course the "bloody work" will be blamed j
upon the Council. J
Single butlon kid gloves good ipial
ity, W cent., double button kid gloves
superior quality, 7.1 cent?. Call ami see
them at J. liurger A" Co's.
The circus will convene in this city
to-day, and we arc sure low pcr-ons res
ident's of (he city will neglect to attend it.
TliU is one of the best cIrcu-e.S traveling,
audit Isthellrst one that lias visited Cairn
for many mouth. Heing an intellectual
people, we are all clreii-goers, and must,
not lo-day go back on our record.
Neck lies of the newest styles, hand
some makes, and the Uncst assortment of
collars and cull's, lo Im found in the city
nro for sale by .1. liurger it Co.. at popu
lar prices,
White good., the handsomest line
ever brought to this city, Including
Pioues. N.111.S00U. .Swiss 11111-H11, tarlel-
iitis, ele., all selling at prlcei lower than
tins lowest, for sale at J. Iturger it (Vs,
Ladles will cavil money by examining
these goods before puidiaslng elsewhere.
Mi". Alex. lio)e, of Cincinnati, well
known In river circles-, is occupying 11 po
Mtlou in tlio Novelty Iron Storo of C. It.
Wsfdwmd. Mi. ltoys) trlitl Cairo
once before, in the c.ip.n ity of dotk nit
Pliilllp' whaif-hoal, but Its climate did
not agree with lilui, mid lie wa forced (o
leave It. We hope im will Ik, ve better
health thin lime.
-Frank Modglln, llie hor-e thief who
brokelhe Mano Jail, and was recaptured
In this eily by H. D. Lynch, was tried
lat wvek at Metropolis, and found guilty,
lie will serve the State eight yeart In the
penitentiary.
We cull attention to Hie large nml
luud-omi! stock, of gent's lurnishlug
good-jiist brought to this city by .1.
liurger it Co. Then good have all
been selected with great care and are of
the l.itel and niol ilelniblo style, and
old at bottom prices, Gentlemen are
n (pieied l ill and .sen for thou" ve.
.Music.
.Mr-. (Jh.irlotle "san-ler h-jving been le
quoted to give inmlc les-ou In Cairo, bejs
to statu sac will do i on thu .follow In;
term! I'or pupils unlcr twulvo, town!)
live cetita par lcs'ii ; tor yntiitjj I ulie. six
lcson, Ivn d-ilUrs ; spec! il vocal leou
in the it-ill.ta until') I, onu doll tr. Apply
nt Mrs A. M le'sV. Flltc.inth strei I.
t-2s-lw.
Ileiliieeil Itlltes.
Wi will tike, at thu St, Clullui Hotel,
tut 1 1 1 lliustiiniuer innnlli-.Tildiy boAiMer,
at J2 tier inoiith, andriObnntdcr with coo',
pleint ronais on tho u; per llonr, ut
perniinth. At thl clroiiiely I av rato,
liniie hut promptly paying hosrde.-s will he
accepted. Jr.wfTT Wll.i n.v V. Co.,
itl-t-24-liu. Pioprlelnr..
Lost,
iiii'dluni size cow: red head nml
A
neck; while back; nil side and rump:
tail three-quarter, icfl, balance while:
leg, three while. one red. Whoever w ill
return the .sumo to tho St. Charles hotel,
will bi liberally rewinled .
i-2-)-Ji. .Inwnrr Wn.cox .t Co.
RIVER NEWS.
fori I.ltl.
AllHIVKIi.
steamer .lame l'lk, Paducah.
John Means and barge-, St. L.
' lh-e and liarge, New Orletins.
Laura L. D.ivl. St. I.oui-.
Tlioina Shlrloek. Clm hinall.
('has. Itrnwn. SI. I.oui.
John I.. Ithodcs, Pltlshtirg.
Nail City and barges St. Loui-.
Indiana. Now Orlo.m,
" Carile V. Kountz. . 1 1.
John Taylor, Ohio.
in;i'AUii:t.
Steatner Jaine- l"sk, Paducah.
' John Mean. Iroutoii.
I tee ami barges, St. I.oui.
Laura 'h. Davis, Nnslivltle.
Tlioui'as Shiiloek. St. Loul-.
( has. I'.rown. St. I.oui.
John L. Iibode. St. Louis.
Nail city, Cincinnati.
Indiana, Cincinnati.
Carrie V. Kountz, St. Louis.
John Taylor, St l.onl.
v.t r.n, wi.A'iiim: .v.t iirsi.N..ss.
The rivei last eteiilug was Ji f.-ct 11
Incite 011 the gauge, having fallen il JW
Inches ilnrliig the previous Ut hour-.
The Cumberland river I still swell
ing. Willi 1 1 feet !i Ine' c. on lie' ho d at
last account.
- -The Ohio I- falling id Pitt-burg, tin-i-hinati
nnd Kvuu!llc,hut was stationary
nt I.onlsvilleim the 20th.
The upper .MMstippi l falling, but
llie Mls-oun is swelling trom Omaha
down. The country around Omaha I so
badly llooih-d that several railroads aro
cut out ami pa-sengefs uro lerricd over
the llood lo the city. The steamer C. W.
Mead got tlirnitli under the bridge at
Omaha day b.'lniv yesterday and went
on her way rejoicing. The Ai-kan-a.
river U rNlng I'.t-t at Little Hock and 7
leet !) Inches water w a reported hi thai
stream on the 2(llh.
The weather I dark and damp with
fog at night and heavy nil-t 'dtirlng the
day.
liuMiicss Improving.
iioats uuu.
Jim l-l-k, Paducah nnd rciiirn: Ihuks
ville. Nashville and rclurii ; Cliyoi'VIek--bnrg,
St. Louis to Vicksburg; John F.
Tolle. St. Loul- to New Oilenn; Itobert
Mllchell, I.onUvillc to New Orleans : II.
C. Yeager (to-iuoiTow ). New Orleans to
St. Louis.
tri:v or riKnni:.
--'I'ln- Nail ( ity had three b.irge. of
ore lor the Ohio.
- The Chas. Iliown will iclurii lo St.
I.oiii wllli coal.
'l'lie Indiana had a good trip nf pen
pie and irelght for the Ohio river.
The Laura L. Davis wu deeply
l.ulell lor Nashville.
Tlie.luo, Mean brought out tour
barges of Iron ore fill Ii-outoii. mid left
twoof them here for llie tiov. Allen to
take up.
UIINT.ltAl. HUMS.
The Mentis cleared nt midnight.
The Louisville, Ftituio Clly and
barge. and (ilcncon were to leave New
Orleans on Monday for Ihl and northern
port.
The Future City's frgo to New Or
leans amounted to -Jl.foJ package and
.'.1,0110 bushels bulk ecru, ami II barge ot
Ice.
-The new lirryboat. John Taylor,
Hew out of the Ohio lu-t evening at a
epced that was remarknblo for so small
a boat.
The new cylinder of the Haniiock
City will be in place in n few day, when
that steamer will be splendidly put In
trim for pie-ulo put poses. She has been
thorou v overhauled and will bo a
ileal an anil eonilortflblo excursion
boat.
Tim Thomas Shirlock was pretty
Midi laden Oil atrlv.ll here, mill found
..1. nl'1'....l..hC ,111 nlltlwy Iw.s il.inconi lo
,,ii.iv ... ................... ..v. ..... .... -
Hll out with. She took considerable, bul
(.'apt. Hail .fxprvvwd himself as very
intieli dlssatlsiled with tlio New Orleans
rates 10 tin, I .Nl cents, He seems to
think that there Run money lor carriers
In such rules, and what is r.!iuarkuhln
about il, everybody el-elsot the mn4
opinion. The question I. whv dotal'
rlers make such rate?
(.'apt. Cnwdon, ol Mipipht, pro
poses to plan a steamer that will make a
trip from that city to New Orleans and
back each week. Hy his new style ot
engines Iter w heel are torcwdvcilOtlmc
ln-r minute. The buckets to be 20 feet
long, and not over IS Inches wide, and
the boat to be forty feet beam. lie holds
that the defect in the present stylo of en
gines can all bo remedied by shortening
the stroke, Increasing the diameter and
enlarging the opening. Above all he
holds that a boat should have a length of
bucket corresponding lo her biftulth of
beam.
Will llHMIIUILM, IIIVLIl lll.l'llltr
A ii II T,
11 5
tliiiii
'LOW Willi,
l 1IASUK.
IN.
I'lttatiinv. ...
(.'Inchiiutl....
l.ouliMlk..,.
lllilllUllll- .
Nashville ....
.s. Imlt ....
. i i;
SPECIAL NOTICES.
loc It'ir.cker Is now In full control ol
tlio Washington bakery, and having learn
ed the want of tho public, Is pri'paicil to
mppl) on e.ill a'l iliniands for French loaf,
Huston, ltrown and tlralmm hretid, and
everything vln ovUluuilly lomul In u first-cim-'buk
r). lie m:liitntiis a full Mock ol
conieetioneilc", ami can. n well sc any
otlmr dealer In the city, till all order In
that line, Cake baked, fro-led or orna
mented on short notice. Specia Indention
given lo the orders of ucihliic or picnic
pnrtlc. ! I2.tr.
Nlte Hler.
Persor having slpe water In thflr els
tern, ran have them pumped out and re
paired oi iv.i-niulile trm, by ca lln on
.1. s. Hawkins,
4-i"i.2w. Cro-s s'treet.
Atteiillnn, .'lerelniot-. of llie Siir.
rmtiKtliiir c'oiinlr.i-.
I Invc a lull tock and can always ihl or
ders on (Jui'enstvarp and OUssware at bt.
I.oiii" prices. The following l a list ol what
I Ii ivc on hand at present :
i:im,i Chimneys, of all kind, by th It-ir-rcl,
bote or dozen.
(!l'i L.-imp. ot all sizes and kind.
ICO dllierent tji.-s ami kinds of Hnr
Uhsss:.
Lamp llnriiPi.. ol all ilcsirip'ton.s.
Lamp-wick, Hoer 111113, Hlas Itetli-.-tor-.
;;oal Oil Chiinilellcrii, C.iko St-iud, (ll.iss
Fruit S'tatid. Kiid In lact every thing in the
crockery nnd HI-."., ware line.
1 will guarantee to duplicate nny bill
purchaed in St. Loul nml give equally
11 good an n-soitiiiriit, as my uteck I com.
plote In all kludt o (jucen and (il ishhhiv.
I nho have put up In cask for the retail
trado, ltuc Muhatu and Yotlov. ware, w liteh
I will all at ,Vi per eent oir llie regular list
price..
Alio a lull linn of Tablo and Pocket Cut
cry." Plated, Urlttanh, Tnblo and Tea
Spoon.-, ami Soup Ladle Come nnd roe
lor yourselves. 1. llAur.MAN'.
:i.':-tf. Cur. fclxtb .V Coin. A v.
.s I'.l rs ,
It. ItUek, boot unit sliocmnUur, on i'.ly-htli 1
street, iiriwecn Wasuingrou uu oiunwr
cl.d avenut'i. lim juslrecilved a new stylo
ol Ut, Hiid is now prepared to irnke u boot
tint, for ue.itne,- and eomfiirt. i,-aiitK-t be
evcelltd. lilYchlm a eill nud cxuuiine
thl' nro fclj-ln ol l..f. ill-l-l.'-lin.
I'Iiiiio nml llriio 'l ulling.
.Mr. .M. Jiulmo delrcs us to say that he I
ready lo r.'celve ordar for l'l'itio and t)r
an itinlns, and repairing mus'eal Instru
ment. Order. may lie lelt at the cottier ot
Tlilrtcntli and Walnut -troct. or P. O.
II01 l.iVI, and will tecelv e prompt attention,
s. 1-3-10 "111.
Noiiietliloir .eu.
i have Jttst reelved 11 complete asort
nieiit of (ilass Shades of nil .-'ics and
shapes, siiitahle for clocks, wax llowers
etc.. nlo .Mos. and Chenille, and pic
nic ami ladle' Traveling liaskct the
largest -tock ever brought lo Cairo.
U, IIahimax.
Corner Sixtli and Couuucrcial.
:i--MI.
Tile .lite of lllscincrj',
W. Wlntct, the nrtlt, I about to pre
sent lo the cltl.cns of Cairo a new pic
ture, wllli all the coloring of real life.
The meant of working these charming
ami life-like pictures will not be with
held from the public. The mii7m o;cr-
fiiKfiisas bilious: On Iho right hand
ide of the camera is attached a mill
which contains tho prismatic colors In a
pitlveri.eil .tatc. As the colors pas Into
the camera they ate received by a Ian
wheel which keeps llie atoms in
motion, 'l'lie photographic plate, while
wet, I- then placed hi the camera the
sllU-i-being in po-ltlon. Tlio handle ol
thu mill U gently turned. The cap of
tube Is rcinuu-d, the image ol llie siller
begins to form while passing through
the colored atmosphere, the particles ol
dust falling where they properly belong.
When. Presto! you have a beautiful pie
lure of your-elf or friend.
Mr. W. is nlo making a picture called
the noiipatcil, a bcautiliil ity K. suitable
tor loc.kctn and miniature .a-cs. Large
ii'Hirtiueiitof the latter' on Intnl. Hal
cry open daily.
C'nlro nml St. I. unit linilriiiiil.
(In and lifer .Monday. April 2(1, ti"
frolgli s will he received uudaIo delivered
to eon-lsiicf ti L the r't'olejit House, lo't
nt Fourth trcet, near the Mlsshdppl lover,
I rum ! to Vi n. m., ami from 1 to fl p. m.
Ticket ofllt-e,cornor of Joinmerelal live
r.u ami .'ccoinl street. John FotimrT,
l.'.'l-'lt A(,'cnt.
LOOK IUUIK!
lliisolliiIU of livery Itcserlpllon
AT
PlUUll.SAFP'si.
' M-tf. '
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
lliM'l'.v nclleflor Voiiiik Jleii from llie
i-Jicls of Kiioin mid Aluuii hi isilly life- lan
lemd n-stoiisl, tnipwUnii'iits la Iarriiir re
..,...1 vw nicihiid of tii-atincnt. Kcwumt
1 icnurUblo n-nicillcj. ItooUsuml clrcnlui rent
I fni'. ill icaldl iincloss. Aildiws, IIOWAIMI
, lAUOX, 419 N .Nlnlli H-t, PhtUdel
;'A" , .' 1,lutifflnhH,iB,i1Ur.,ii.
,,i.l i. lu an liislitutlon limine n til)iniila
Hon fur li'iniiralilo conduct und p.-ofti.lonl
bVill IfO-Ms-ilSw-Sirt
nmjinNiv rtnuiftiiirii i-aHuiicuuiujiiA.
Suurir.iM.iiiilii--Jfi.i'uuisi''i'"rsii.
n -t rs-s.u lmi cbtrr. iu m.ii
rlUlliSirrUUtii.lI-n
ram
ImWi
CAIRO fflARXETHNHOLESALE.
torteetcd Dally tiyR. M SlMtM, a0minUsloii
mcniuiiu, i-i-cmnry m in'- i Jto(nt nl
Trade
I'lonr, accorUltix to Kmilf.
Corn, nilxnl, snrkol
torn, Mliltv, sncki-l
AWiWiO l
Kill
fisv
'.;iki
' Ml, IIIIMll
iir.in, nr ton
Meal. Bts.tln ilrlsit
t r
rftin.
wt.o
$1 eo
iota m
4 I'l
V,t W
(i3 Ul
5 W
ituucr. iii'ilcvNurtticrti roll, pneVril.
lutt-r.i holiv Soutlmn III )ackeit .
I.U-flH. lif-riloJHl
Uilrkuij, s-ril(jtfn ......
Turkeji, nrdo-n
.ilipies, cnoirp, Kt liim-l
Applis, common, ir Unrn-l
i-mainHt. lT liirivl.....
UnUn.-i, itrlmml
Admlniitrator'i Notice,
1,'s.TA I'K of Zaclvwiali Mvlliuicl, lriW
l-U I'll" llietcrslitncl Iiutiii Ins-u iiilllf,inisil
Administrator "f tlio estate !' Zurlmtlnh Mr-
Dnnli-I. ate ot llie Lnlluty ot AlrXHinltr iml Sinii-
of Illinois, ili-rra-eil, licirliy rIvim nolle ihiil Im
III nniivur lA-line theeimntt court of Ainm.
il-r i'ouiiIj . ut the coiiil liime In ( iilro. nt thr
iiiinu ii-rni, on me ;ini .nonoay in .nine next, ut
wlnull I line ul I per-nu ImvliiK claim ngmnfl
Siil'l et lie arc notllldl nml riiic'ltl toiitlnni
lor ine ,iii iiii-i el imi in ine uii,euiijii,mi Mt
-r-nii. linli-lilo.1 In s.ihl pstuteni: il-ilif-lnl t
innkv iministinte piinicnt to tlicuinlrr-lK'ncd
llaltil Uil-'Jit uiiv ofA,rll, A II., Is7j
Ii l (' II Mtuls, Aihnlnl'lratoi-
I irt'i,
TO THOSE
IN QUEST
LANDS IN
THE WEST
OF
Tho Iowa It. It. Land Company
offer 11 cliiilrefioni ovi r I .Vm.i.pu nci-cs ut .V ami
-i'l pvmciunii 11-tial It. K tliii-,inllii-MlJJiu l(f
Kiiul nl We, lam luwn No fever Riid KUi no
;ni!fli.,), v.i laud tniM-rsiil by mllruiul Iruln
i.hli-.iu, till in, rhaiiKV of car, nut similar In
nil met climiile In the tiiu.ls nl' i ruUM Illinois
BJ"trt riKlil' iut I'Ncursliin 'tickets, ln
In iiUiTliiiM-r Iruin iIiicikii, ur slatlnn
on thi) tiling, , ,V Nurlli WVnlirn
nml Illinois n-nlnil radruinl hi Illinois
fin nnd buck, ur Cut- .Miis mid I'nniplili-i tflrliu
price, linn-, Ac , mii! li-ee, uddirn ilOIIX I!
1: Vl.llnI'V. IjiiiiI (niniiilliiiii-r,W ICundoltili
"-in-UT. , iiii-jz,
I .-l-Wll
, or 1 nljr l'.-iiild, Iiuvh
.Im s )n i mi III It. Iloo'.liri:
ST. LOUIS
INSURANCE BUREAU
And Collecting Agency
li
st. LoiiiH, 3VEO.
I'.st.itilMiid lurtlic )nrio" nfearrjlny oil 11
Kin' nil iiiUiitliiir mid uiljii-lliu liulm-t
llirmndinut inn W'ct All In-iiii.ni-n cbitiiis,
w IkIIii i' nf f.llu or I Ire, nil uiimHIiiI ucconnts
and otlicrnrrwiiiL'e ironiitlyuiii sutl-lartntll ,
flll,-l Willi iiilck nun 111. TuNi'S (Kild, Ilium
tie, IVii-Ioii nml Patents si-cnrisl. Curn'sjion.
d-ni-c and oinsnll.-illon file nnd solicited.
ilOIIS MIM.KU A CO ,
. I. I or. M1II1 and Dllie Mris-t.
IIMsrlir nrnilssKiii l s-liiyook A Knwlund,
I.n I A-hbruol. A In Tel, linmnn A ') . (mo
Haiti Aln.W N It. ltalll ,V L J., K l 8am
iwl sons -tr.i-wtt
Special Asieisment Notice.
IjrilMC uotlcc Is lurrby nlwn lhat the
J. ronntr court or Ale xfiinirr rouiuy i rcn
(lcmllivlirini-ui tir a ki isjIiiI
iissessmcni niiuii
the iiru)irrtj- lulu llttnl by the
nconsinicii'in 01
llie louiiH uu fini-wuits. vu
suutli side of I ouilli stni-t.Utwiin WiiMnita
ten Kndl .)iiiniiTCiuluiiiiu-i w est side ofWu-li-liiKton
uii-nue. ftmu Kourlli tu t'lllti ntnvti,
u-t niilo of uhtnmi avenue, floni VIIHi to
slvth stntsi norlli iddeof Fifth stnet Iruin
Wiohlncloii to l.'oniimirlul miniif; imrtli side
orsen-iilli tVom Wiilmit lo iU-i-ly lln of Lot
:H, lllui-Vt"i norlli slilcef Klevi ntli from W'usli
Inxton HVeiine to Wuliillt slri-i-ti nwt sliteut
rniil.irstrM-1, tt im llirl-iun nml Twciity--i'iuinil
stnet' 1 soulli sliteuf Twcnty-llrst trt
I10111 t'opUr to sveaniore slitt-tut ninth Bldo el
Kljjlitli tn't Ixiun'ii Wiisliliiiilwii uiel I 0111
nir-icl.il uM-niiC-j in-t side of Wuslilnirlnnuii
nil.' t'l-olii llljihtlito Nlnrlli stii-t.ts; Ii'ilth stdeol
i:ii!htli,bttiMsii Wii-hlnirleuiiM-imeand Waluui
slnt-li oiilh fid'' of Seienlh, Istween W'uslilnr
, 111 i-i, tin 11 1,1 I s. ',. 1 , , 11 1 .tin t. ,n u llllilels mill
upimtr (him the c itlllc.l mpy ul llie Jiuliriiicni
nil lite In Hie ollire nt lliecll c.b'i V of tin- city ol
l'iilni tint r. ivinrjiit fur llie col Wc I tun ofmi'li
,i....4ii.ni , 1-. In ihr, lmnd nf thu unai-miif nisi
All i'sn luHTlil uix- lien bv nutlflisl l call
nun iv tta nmxnnts usm-smsI, ut the collector j
olllre, No. 1-J i nininrrrlalns aiw, wllliiii Ihlr'
duyi trom the ilnte lirrror II I' HI. AM"
I Ity Tmunurrund Kx-Ullloio C jII.-, .
Dalisl Hill :!lt d ir af Vtnrrh, lT"i
Ilotice.
M ul II I: i- li.reby kI' n 10 the .-tui'MioMrit
j ol'llir i.-atiu idly rerrycoiiipauy, tl.nt the
uniiil.-il iiiis lliin for the itectlunol scicn illicct
His, mid coiislilerntlnn m' haU oilu-r businett 11.
Iiviy cimie l lore II, w ill' l held on Muuduj
.May ,tnl next, tit I" o'clock, a. in. uttlK-oUlo
ul the Cullman.', corner slili nnd l.eii-estr.-et-III
Ihl ell) Tlll)s W. IIAI.I.IDAV,
Secretin ' .
rulru. Ilhnoi-, April bah, 17
T-.'-l-lT-dld.
Chancerr Notice.
W 11.1,1 AM s John us uiutiitiiMrutor of the
c-ttc of .Sinuu-t V. .lohn dciiasisli
Mary An .luhn, M111I11 Wllllani, I'lmrli-.s W il
liam, I.UII111 .luhn nnd Wlllluin .S.Jnhn, di
fi ndanU. me nutlltcil that 011 thu 17th ilsy of
Mnnli, IS7A, .liiscpli f, Itobeit. coinidalniinti
tlhsl Ins bill ill chanrciy In the Alexuiiilcr coun
ty cht'iiit mini, in the t.itr ol' lllinul, fur
t'lii'esliHiiit-, Khcicln j oil uie the dvft-iidiiiitu.
mid tli.it said null is noiv icndln,' In said court,
Ihiitusiimniiins wu tlicn inion lstiKsl out nf
iiit iviuit. iiL-aiiirt y nil , irlurnublu on the tlii-iil
Mnnday In Mh.v, IsiS, to 11 term of h ihl eunrl
then In be Iwlili-n at llin coilrl-linnse, in Cniin,
in slid Alexander county
llutisl, Anilt Mil, ls7...
HKl'llKN s YOCUM, ( IsrV.
Minui'l 1'. Wlin-lcr, "otlrllur tor Complain
mil. ll-l-TilSI
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET CO
Poller in
All klitils hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o
Mill ami Yard,
Coruor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
UIUO iaOVOO.
-A Iteposlloi-.i ol I'lisliliin. l'lr-iisiue
unit liisti'ilt'tloii."
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IM.t'STJtATI.'n.
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