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HUtE, LOOMIS & CO.,
Teket great pleiurtn announcing that
Uv an mw tirertered to tunply everjliody
wHa lake let oftk very belt qutiltjr, either
r jotJf ret the' Mores, Ordert
:W lift "t j(tie.,ocf, 'So. CO Ohio
i JFOR FOUR NlOfiTS ONLY
. A AMJJMOA'fl' GRKAT'.AOTRESS
' surroitiiD jit 1
A'PowtrtUlCoapkny.SMocUd from the
fc. Laadlag Theatres of Ohlcico, St.
' fiouu Md Mow Orleans.
f TflttOxaarorcV Prize Drama or
MAN and WIFE
am gj4rii...Mit)s'arreAN de.vjn
FBIOKS OF ADMISSION :
Irm aad SiTEHir-nvB Oxmti; No
attra charge for retorted eoati, te bo
had at Ilartman't during tho day.
t7.M3-4t T. Mobbis, Manager.
a ojinb MILLINERY GOODS
fiHH smiiaa ooom
poAiKS. M . JACKSON,
tjsacei that the ku rot opened a hrg
most rAJtmun auijc,
2- AllUaary Ooo4e tote1owia tt-'ttie market
we wiu seep on aaau w
SiW, -Borm rtowif, Biuboks,
DBMS TlMHtX69 MAtb KlHDS,
r , Oolulm. XJHDXMitxzrM, jKurre,
.ii mnrf rannd imIlllBerT ttoret. all
of which will be diapo'ed of at the lowest
eatk prlcet. Mra Jacluoa retpectfuUr
t.nn an HhetiUv betUowed UDOD her bv
rHt) lulu or W0 ana we viomuy.
eeMTftrti Cbtoa, Olasivfarc, Kock-
tmkam Bd Yellow TjTarc, Stoneware,
ICftte'OrpMBtfud Toys, Fancy
Qeodt, riatcdware, Tablo and
Pocket Cllcry, Lamp, Ianp
4 ChltBcy, LtatpTrlinwings',
l&Ung Glasses, etc.
In fart ertry kind of goods belonging to a
Tar tho ttcX sixty", days 1 will offer the
abdve good a, and below com, for cash only,
'The goods wot bo soldto close the concern,
Clow buvem no especially Invited, cither to
come and j.ce tr t-'tcnuelrca, or bend their
orders, lu eilheictse i guarantee satisfaction
J. t, Tnoy-ts.
Awigiceof I'arton, Dai It A co.
tolno, lib, Apdl 15, 1871.
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CAliitJ LOCAL NEWS
Somehodv to take from us a thousand In
iicmn, goiwpapcr ana nticiy pnqtca
One UioiUaSil atatcmrnM nrintcil at Tut:
jjtn.LXTi.voilkc for 9.I.M.
" Mote Head. Vi
Onefhoiisanilinnlri hiail nrinf eif at Tiix
ItULLXTIN office for 1.00! two thousand for
0.60. , e
One UioiMtnd Irastness eafdi. tin A llrltlol
bonrJ. JirlDtcilat'Cjin JIuli.ktin olllco fur
from $2.60 to $1.00, according to size.
SAT URDAY, M A Y 1C, 1874.
jtMatinoo'altbo Athpneum to-day
at 2 o'clock.
SSjrThoiNovalty rarlor Fountain. Oo
and too It tit t Parsons, Davis & Oo.'s
tSTA iw wore day boardora Wilt bo
takon at thai bt, "charlci at-'tho reduced
i. 9grA; MUoholl,-tuperlntndont of the
llllnolt Central railroad, wai In tho city
S0Thain wter ti Hpnoar loir.. and
Inth'a'cdufio of fourorfivodayt will ha'y'o
detortod Tns Bui.tETtw oflluo. (
jy'jBit roeelvod and' forealo by
Mathuit & Ubl, C4, Ohio levee, 2,(j00 jtjj
bacontidoi, bami and thouldort; twonty-
five bblt new potatoes ;2G blli;lomori.
ffeyCapt. J. M. Phillips and wlfo and
Mr. Z. D. Mathutt and wlfo roturnod from
New iOrleant . by tho sVoamor tJnmes
Uoward night beforo last.
itSrTheV0Ug lfcdy who fell into tho
slpe wator from tbo Twoltlh itreot croii-
ing a fow ovonings tinco, hat recovcrod
fromjior fright, but hat no deilro to Try
It ovor again.
" 8"For chosp tablo cutlory go to Far
ions, Davit & IV, Tenth ttroot. &3-l-12-3t
5S5 Klder 11. Trimble will proacb at
the Christian church on Hlghtoonth street
this (Saturday)' Avonlng, and Suaday
morning and evoning. Tho public aro
Invited to attend.
XoT'Warron Chile will lecturo again
beforo tho Llboral Itellglout aisociullon
In tb rtr hall on tho corner of Twolfth
ttrebt and "Washington avenuo to-morrow
aftornoou and ovening. Mr. Ckato will
arrivo In tho city this aftornoon.
BSyl'iuuT-cLASs board at socond-class
ratos at tho St. Cbarlos Hotol.
jtJudgo Baker, who, (or tbo last two
weeks, hat boon holding court at Vienna
Johnson county, retursod yoitorday, hay
ing adloumod court. Tho Alosandor
county circuit court will convono on
tSrVr.lO, O. Parker it bookod Tor tho
next lecture of tho, courso which Is to
take place at the high tcbool building on,
next Monday night Tho doctor has te-
lootod at tho subject of hiidocture'Thren-
ology," a subject which ho will be suro to
dlecusi la in ablo and Intorottlng manner.
J66yFor tho accommodation of por
sont desiring to attond the Texas stale
fair, tho Cairo, ArkansaB and Texan rail
road ha vi placed round trip tickots on
salo at tholf office in this city at $39 90.
No tickots will bo told at this prico after
the 18th Inst. 57 5-1 0-3 1.
XttTOo to the matinee at tho Athoneum
to-day at 2 o'clock.
frelrJIuslnais wai dull In Judgo Bird's
police court yeitvday. Uoorgo Sovlin and
Qoo. Oronnen for being drunk woro lined
odd dollar and costs. They worosont to.tho
calabooio for three days each. Mrs.
Kalo Knox, a colored lady, wai lined fivo
dollars and trimmings for abuilvo lan.
guago. STho trial of Dally ,Broeso, whl:h
canio to a conclusion in the Johnson
county circuit court on Tbursday,rosultod
In tbo conviction of Drocio, and the jury
fixed tho punishment at Imprisonment for
lifo, Droose wai takon to Jollot yesterday
via tho Illinois Central railroad. Parties
who conversed with him whllo on tho train
itato that ho persisted in attertlne his In-
nocenco, and said ho would much rather
havo boen banged than go to prlsim for
"aCups and taucors below cost at
63.5-12-31 Parsokb. Davis & Co.
JCSJ-'W. B. Goodrich, of New York
City, has boon appointed general freight
ancl ticket agent of tbo Cairo & Yincsn-
net railroad by Itocclvori SatTord and
Morrill. Thli appointment ii an emi
nently satisfactory ono. Mr. Goo-irlch
was eimery connected withj tboiokprcii
busmen In New York, butmoro reoontlv
was tbo cblof clerk of tbo gonoral freight
oflico of tho Southeastern railway, of
uuuii. irroproasoaDie tiaoils, sltrllng
businoii moriltand tocial ijualitles oom
mend him to all having business with him.
we most heartily welcqwe Mr. Goodrich
JSSrThoru waa a very good attendance
at the Atbeneum last night to soe tho play
of "Hunted Down," by tho Danln Theatr
"cat company. vTJil playing wat excel,
lent and highly appreciated by tbo audi,
once. MIis Denln as "Mary Xelgh' the
'l;1,11'8! watparoxcollenco. at were
ach ana idl tho bthericfiaMctgri In their
respeetlvo parts. To-night, the last pr
tltation or "Man and "Wlfo," with Mils
Denln at "Ann Sylvestor." A gmnd
raatlBM wjll.h? gijren l, aftornoon at
. " . rT ,lorno" ei
rrBetwoon-3 and 4 o'clock, yoitorday
wiwj ai nuwjr' duu wi p iiuivnuu. vvi-
LWotnan who .ljvMln n thanty on
i ittoot bjlwion CohimorcUl ayenue
vvltbauQToe, -wont Into tb blackimlth
hop In the roar of tbo Uotnmorcial bote),
and vrbllo tbore becnino Involved In a
quarrel with Mr. Sullivan, who koona a
aloonfoa-ComtAorcial Aviou'o a fow doon
Twiow Vxth' Vi ireet Duff dj; tho moloo,
Nancy picked up a dodge bammor with
which" ilia dinH DanTol a (tunning blow
on the broadbatkot, which font htm to
' . h'ltl. Ul if. -.! .L.
iecnoaatl loo riffactorr' fUocp was
marched o(T to tbo catabaoio. At lait ac
counti tho.Unfortunfito Danlol bad not rc
covcrod'iudlolently from tho oITooU of tho
blow to tako hit rttlom of hog and horn
inyVsU6wo'verrj,hj".''.lnjurloi aro not
iotiou'ndho wlU b'e aV. right In s day or
FOr 'Rmntnl)nr tlin prand mntlnoo at
tho Allienoum at two o'clock today,
&The thlrteon colored men who re
belled against tho officers of tho steamer
damn Howard, and who woro arrested on
arrlvalof tho boat attbli port, woro
takon beforo Unttod Htatoi Commlisloner
II. 11. Oandee yosterday morning for a
bearing. "Wm. II. Gllbort, Kiq., ap
poared for tbo pooplo and D. T. LIncgar
for the prisoners. Btx witnesses weio
summoned, and from tho ovidonco it would
seom that tbo cause wbloh led to tho mu
tiny was thlt.'Somodock paiiongorton the
Do.it.wcro roDuea, ana it wat ascertained
that two of tho colorod dock hands on
tho lost wero the thieves. Complaint
was made to tho lint mate, who instituted
soarch for tho guilty parties and attompt
od to put tnom in irons. JJut tbey rc
fuiod to bo Ironed, and called upon tboir
fellow dock-hands to stand by thorn; and
iwora they would 1111 the first man who
latd hands on them. Tho mato called
a .'numbor of men to his assistance, and
was about to put tbo Irons on tho two
men -charged with tho roboery of tho
dock passongori, whon tho balanco of the
crow'camo to their roicuo and doclarod
thoy sboull not bo Ironod. A tight cn
tued and tho officers being outnumbered
and ovorpowerod were compelled to
abandon the lowor part of tho boat and
rotreat to tbo cabin. During the
battlo, the carpenter, sallorman. and
tovoral otbort woro more or lost buttered
and bruliod, but fortunately nono of thorn
wero seriously hurt. After hear
.!ng tbo ovldenco Commitsloner
Candeo announced that ho would
hold tbo prisoners to bail in tbo sum of
fivo hundred dollars each. Tbey wero re
turned to the county jail whero they will
bo kept until the next term of tbo United
States district court. The following are
tho namea of tho prisonors: Jamos
Stewart, Chas. "Williams, Albort Smith
"Wash 'Jones, John Sanderson, Andrew
Thornton, Geo. Ooloman, Ilonry Forbes,
Wm. King, "Warren Manly, Wllce
Thompson, "William Franklin and Geo,
JUT Tho Denin theatrical company will
play "Poari, or Lovo at Long. .Branch
to-day at 2 o clock.
To all, particularly invalids, spring is
a trying season. Indications of sickness
should at once bo attended to. Fatal
dlsoascs may bo causod by allowing tbo
bowols to becomo constipated, and tbo
'system to romain in a dlsorderod condition,
until tbo disordor has tlmo to dovelop It
self. An ouncoof preyentlon Is worth a
pound of cure, is an old and truthful say,
In tr. Tborotoro, wo advise all who are
troubled with tho complaints now vory
provaloht headacho, indigestion, dis
ordered livor, want of appo
lite, nausoa, or fevorlsh skin,
to take, without delay, Schonck's Man
drake Pills. "Wo know of no romody so
harmless and declslvo in its action. It at
onco itrikes at tho root of tho disonso and
produces a healthy tone to tbo system.
Pooplo need nover suffer from any disease
arising from a diiordorod condition of tbo
llvor if thoy would tako this oxcollont
medlclno whon tboy feci tho first Indica
tions of tbo malady. Famllios leaving
homo for tbo summor months should take
tbroo or four boxes of those pills with
thorn. They havo an almost Instantano
ous effect. They will relievo tho pattont
of hoadacho in one or two hours, and will
rapidly cleanso tbo liver of surrounding
bile, and will eUectuallyprovont a nilious
attack. Thoy aro sold by all druggists.
0(1 4-80-1 m-ood
Call and esauilno
at D. Artor & Co's.
tho now cash-lock
MiLLiNxrtY. Mrs. Jackson, for morly
Mrs. Swandor, Is now on hand with tho
choapost stock of Millinery in Cairo
Sho has loworod her homo oven with tho
sidewalk to giro tho ladles an easy cn
traoco and has loworod hor prico to clvo
thorn all a chanco to buy a beautiful spring
bat or bonnot and anything elso in her
lino that thoy may want. Hor etoro is
now ono of tho mot attractive, as it has
long been ono of tho cheapest placot In
town to buy. Call and sco bor and bo con
vinced. IK 0-S'lw
Call and sxamino tho now sash-lock
at D, Artor. A Co's. 41-5-10-lm
It. b'n vm ii Co, Offer for salo 60,000
old cigars, which they will sell cheap and
guarantoo to bo good tobacco and smoko
woll. "Wholosalo Irora $19 to $30 por
1,000; rotail, two to fivo coats oaoh. Ono
thousand pounds lino sraokng tobacco in
one and ono and a half pound packages,
Tboy alio bayo 10 barrels good vinegar; 3
platform counter acales, ana ono patent
ooal oil can, which thoy will sell at a bar
gain. ' 1-5-1-tf
and Kxtonsion Laddors. Sand
.croons, Biddies, Slevos, Shovols, Spades,
oras. uoes, tiakes, "Water Closot Urinals,
Kitchen and Cots Pool Sinks, Clothes
Itingeri, Olotbet Hones, Clothes Llnesn
and, tn fact,-a lull assortment or kitchen
and House furnishing goods at A. Hal
ley's, ICS Washington avonuo. near Tenth
or c omfort" at 1). Arter &
UAirto, Illinois, i
Priday Kvn'g., May 14, 1871. f
- OKNXBAf RXMAXKS.
Thorolt a good foellng providing in
most leading arttcloi in.niho genoral
The ordor demand continues heavy for
corn, hay and meal, and In cases of corn,
rocelptt havo boon much larger and In
consequenco transactions have been much
heavier, but tho present demand Is still
n excess of tho supply. Oats aro In fair
upply and domand at unchanged prices.
Corn meal is scarco, actlvo and higher.
Tbo market closed firm at 4" is to-dav.
which Is an advance ol 25c on tho bbl.
Buttor li'plonly, dull and lower. Tho
prosonl warm weather Is having tho usual
effect on the ogg markot and prlcos aro
declining. Hay is In good domand to flit
ordorc, but there is nono In markot.
Tho weathor is dry and tho ground
parchod for want of rain. A good thow
or would bo vory acceptlblo at presont.
Tho rlvors aro falling fast, and Cairo will
soon bo ontiroly frco of sipo water, which
in running off will carryall impurities
with Itloavlngussafofroracholory, yollow
fovor and olhor pestilential dlsoases for a
year at loast.
Our irionds should bear in mind
that tbo pricos bore given aro usually for
sales from first bands in round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to cbargo an auvanco over
theso figures. vg
Unchanged and quiet. Tho market is
woll suppllod and movomont very small
Balm tnM nn f. 9',ir. r.n- wr.
bbls C8 20; 200 bbls 49; COO bbls 4
C08: 600 bbls XXX wlntor C 7C; 400
bbls cbolco winter XXX 7 CO; 200 bbls
XX winter C 40; '100 bbli tprlng XXX
SALKS 11T CtTC MILLS.
50 bbls wblto whoat family 8 60; 60
bbls XXXX 8 00;100 bbls XXX family
Scarco and in domand. I'ricos aro firm
at an advanco. Thoro it nono offering
except at tho mills. "Wo noto salos of 1
car sacked and dol 25 00; 400 sacks del
2G 00, sacks Included..
Tbo city mills quot&avboat to-day,
follows: Cbolco whit 1 50; No. 1 1 40;
No. 2 whito, 1 30, cbolco rod, 1 35; lowor
grands 1 201 30.
Tho demand continues good but tbore
it nono in market. Cbolco timothy it
quoted in demand, 20028; and choico
mlxod, 2225. Wo note salos of: 2 cars
cbolco mlxod dol, $25.
Bncolpts aro largor but still fall short of
tho domand which continues active.
Prices aro firm and unchangod. "Wo
note sates of 3 carswblte in saoks dol, 87c;
3 cars whito saoked and dollverod, 88c; 12
cars white in bulk on track. 80c; 40 cars
mlxod sackod and deiiverou, Hue; 8 cars
whito sackod and dolivorcd, 87c; 7 cars
wblto sacked and doltvorod on ordors,
88Jc; 2 cars whito sacked and dolivorcd
on ortlors, 88c; 8 cars mixed sackod and
Itocolpts aro all takon on arrival and
largo ordors aro hold waiting supplies.
Prices aro firm at an advanco of 25o on
tbo bbl, closing firm at 4 15 to-day.
Sales woro: 200 bbls S. D. 4 16; 400 bbls
8. D. 3 004 00; 33 bbls S. D. 4 00.
lloceipts fall short or the demand and
tho supph' is small, Prlcos are firm and
unchanged. "Wo noto sales of 3 cars
mlxod sackod and dol 63c; 4 cars choico
mixed sacked and dol 68c; 7 cars choice
mixtd Backed and del 68069c.
Itocolpts aro largo and stocks aro ac
cumulating. Tho domand is small and
pricos woak and lowor. Sales woro 1
pkgs cbolco northorn 25028c; 10 pkgt do
do 2502Gc; l,C001bi choico southern Illin
Plonty, dull and hard to toll. 1,000
dozon sold at 12c; 700 dozan 11c; 1,000
Plonty and dull. Prlcet romain at
pro vlously quoted. Saloi wero 6 coops
mixed 3 00; 2 coops choice mixod 3 12;
4 coopi mlxod and hens 30 3 60.
CJulot. "Wo noto salos of 25 boxos Or
angot 5 50; 10 boxes lomons 0 09
Unchangod Tho only transaction wo
havo to roport is GO bbls new potatoes sold
at 4 60.
Tho supply of etnokod meats In market
Is very llmltod, and prlcos aro firm and
unchangod. Wo noto tales of 2,000 Ibi
shouldcn 8081c; 600 lbs plain hams 12o;
1,000 lbs clear tides lO01OJc; 1,000 lbs
O it tides 0Jl0q 600 Ibi sugar curod
OHEESK-Wostorn Dairy 17J018c,
Now York factoty 18Jloo.
LIME 1 251 60 tabbl.
CEMENT 2 002 60 11.
COAL OIL-180100 V gal.
GUNNIES Ho-sowod 2 bushols 18c :
3 bushols 20c
BYRUPS-Obolco 00c$l por gallon
Now Orloans 75(80o.
PLASTERING HAIR 36c nor
BURLAPS 2J bushols corn,' 0J ox
151o : do 10 oz 18o: 4 busbe)tfoats 20u; 6
jushols 21o; G buBhols 22c.
BEESWAX $1 lb 30o.
riOAJ? ShaotTor's Gorman mottlod, 7J.
Palm No 1, OJc, German 7o.
TALLOW & Ib5GJc.
flUQAR-Grushod 12lo A. 10jllef
oxtra 0. 101l0o.
COFFEE Java 37038c; prlmo 28
20 choice 30.
FREIGHT Cotton, coroprossod to
Now- York 85c! to Hoiiton, $1. Uncom
preiied to New York, tl Mi to BosUm
To No Orient and Vtcksburg-.
Potatoes, apples, oto, 30c: pound
frolghta l6o owt; bay 5 per ion. Pork
46 o per bbl; tobacco $4; cotton $1. To
Memphis, ilour, otc, 26o per bbl; pound
freight to 12Jo cwt; bay $4 per ton.
i TO KRNT
i . n . ; .,
""nlshod bodto. No., 30. Thirteenth
Ircot. Apply to Mrs. Katn Nun.lM.lu
RoT)M S TO REN T.
In Wilcox block, Washington avenue.
at the lowest figures. 10 4-3-tf.
Tkn pounds of brown nicer for $1 !
pounJ. hMt conoo sugar at $1. 31 rounds
of cbolco buttor at $1; baking powdor 46c
por lb; Imperial tea at $1; potatoes 30
cents per peck; 3J lbs coffco Sl,at Wilcox's
"lOCk. 1072.4.1 m.
HOUtsK FOR RENT.
Tho two ttory brick houso comer ol
Twontioth and Poplar strools, Is for rent
at a low prico. Tho houso is now, with
good sior mom on first floor and dwell
ing up stairs, Enquiro at tho Accommo
dation" houso, No. 88 Ohio lovoo.
C5-5.13-12t it, k. -VniTE.
Socond-hand clotliine.' watches, lawolrv.
pistols, &c, bought and sold. Also a lot
Brussels corpot, furniture, its., for salo.
Opposllo Cairo and Vlnconnos railroad
lepot. 188 2.27-tf M. Coynk
A now bonis containing tbreo rooms
and sldo porch, two good lots, cistern
and (table Tbo property Is situated on
Twonty-flrst stroot botwoon Walnut and
Cedar stroots. For further particular
loqulro on tbo promises. 31.5-7-lm
G. O. Bodon, Director of Conservatory
of Music, and Teoober of Vocal, Organ
and Piano Music. Instruction given in
nil stringed and wind instruments. .Mo
mentary principles, thorough bass; liar,
mony and counter point. Unprecodentod
inducements offerod. Tboio wishing to
sccuro bis servicos will pleaio apply at
tho Conservatory of Music cornor of
Twolfth street and Washington avonuo.
Pianos tuned and repaired.
In this weather, whon the mercury in
tho thermometer lm aiconded in a bal
loon and nothing short of a Florida COS'
tumo is ondurablo, It is not wondored at
the', pooplo aro plcknl up in spots. Koep
cool Is nu- advice. Wear light clothes
In thoso times of a Bcircity of tho "whoro-
wlth to do the thing gentoel," it is a qucs
Hon ot groat Importatco "whoro I can
buy tho eboapest." Echo answors at
Farnbakor's. Fanfcker, tho people's
favorite clothlor, has just rocclvtd tho
largeit stock of summer clothing ever
brought to Cairo. Linen suits, $3 60
Coati $1. Underwear la groat variety,
Koep your head cool al-ovo all things,
Panama bats at FurnbaWt $1 50 a
Notlco is horoby glvon that tbo under
slgnod will sol) at private salo until Mon
day May 18th noxt, and, if no. told at
tbit dato, at public salo, tho entire outfit
of tho hotol property situated ot Levco
stroet below Eighth and known at tho
'Southorn Hotol," consisting of furniture
carpots, bedding and all tbo requisite ne
cessary In kocping a first class hcuso.
This hotel has lately been put In thorough
repair; is located in tho business contro of
the city convenient to both railroad and
stoambosts, and has always onJoyeC tho
reputation of boing a first class ostibllsh
mont. Tbo purchasor, should it lo do
slrod, can obtain at tho samo time, an un
oxplred looso for tho torm of three years
at a moderatorontal. Terms: small cash
payment and balanco in tlx and twelve
months, tecurod by mortgage. Apply at
the promises to Mrs. T. N. GAvrxxr.
Cairo, Ills., May 11th 1874. 60.5-12-Ct
HARTMAN & CO.,
Aro Helling Gont't half hose at C5 centt
You can buy Queonswaro and Cuttlory
at cheap at D. Hartuan & CoV, as in any
other part of tho country.
A largo assortment of Ladies' Jaconet,
Nainsook and Victoria Lawas can bo
bought cheap at D. Habtman cc Co's,
Whampoa silk plaids can bo bad at 16
conts por yard at D. Hautmak A Co's,
A large assortment of Brown, Whito
and Dunisb tablo linen at
Tho host stock of Brown Linen and Cot
tonades can bo found at
J). Hartuan & Go's.
Twelve yards bleached Domestic ono
yard wido, for $1 at
D. Hautmak & Co'h.
A largo stock cf Lawns, corded nnd
plain Alpacas, cordod Jaconet, and Por
cals can bo found in beautiful stylos at
D. Hartman & Co's.,
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND
COMMERCIAL AVEN UE.
biioo t ux, Warm weathor will toon
bo boro. Now Is tho time to guard against
flies, gnats and mosqultoot. I will tay to
tho public that I am making n tpocialty
of green wlro cloth this soaion and will
duplicate Chicago and St. Louis
prices, I also koop constantly on
hand a larco variotyof Bird
Cagos, Mosi Buskots, Flour Stands,
Tollot Sets, Bath Tubs, and a gon
oral stock or Japanod, plain ur.d stamp
pod tinwaro, Refrigerators, Wator Coolora
and Goech'a IXL Ico Croam Freezers
Also tho Odoll Improved Stop Ladders,
whlob will bo sold at bottom figuros.
C. W. Uenilorsou, 190 Commercial av
onuo, Cairo, Ills. 77 4-24-lm
May Flowku. yor tbo bost coal cook
stovo buy tho colobrated May Flowor,
For tho best wood cook ttovo buy the old
rollablo Chartor Oak; famous for giving
satisfaction cvorywhero and being especi
ally adapted to tho wants of evory house
hold, I koep a largo varloty of other
cooking ttoves, which aro bought for cash
and will bo told cheap'' than tho ohoap
est. If you want a cup of good coffee
for breakfast buy tho Planished Oofleo
Biggin or French oolTeo pot. A full sup
ply of Brltanla coffoo and tea pots always
on hand. Don't forgot the place.
7G.4-24.lm 190 Commercial ave,, Cairo
For the at. hours ending 'at 0 o'clock p.m.
" Grand Tower, Bt Louie
V Jas Howard, New Orloant
" Nail City, Pittsburg
" John B Maud, St Louis
' Sto Onnovleve, Vlckiburg
" Jai Flsk, Paducah '
Stcanor Gracoy, Columbus
" Fisk, Paducah t .
" Grand Tower, Mompbls
" Jas Howard, st Iult
" Nail City, St L'uis
" Mollie Ebert, St Louis
" J B Maud, Pittsburg
Floronco No 2, St Louis
" Sto Ooneviove, Bt Louis .
" Idlewlld, Evansvllle
Tho rivor continues to fall. Tho de.
cllno yestorday wat over two fitj'.. The
Mississippi toSt.Loult Is about stationary (
and n tiio is anticipated. All upper
stroams on the Ohio aro doclimng.
Business seems to bo steadily ltnprov
ing, though it Is not at brisk at uiual at
this season of the year.
at D. Arter A-
BcB'Vot tho finest quality of plated
ware uo to Parson, Davis A Oo, Tenth
street. 3 6-12.31
Just rocoivod, a flno lot ot extension
laddori, garden hoes, rakes, otc, etc., at
A Halloy's. 6 4-17-lm,
Flour, Fi.ouit, Good and choico fam
ily flour in liSlb sacks, convenient for fam
lly uso, for salo In quantities to suit pur
chaiors, Pktek Cuhl,
80, Oblo Levee.
CS-ilr. Uuefner, at the Plantora'
houso, has Just received a supply of the
best fresh Cincinnati beer, which be In
vites his frionds to rail and sample. No
better artlclo can be found in the city.
AUCTION SALE of boots and abooa,
dry goods, notions, otc, every eight thit
woek at my ralosroora, No 111 Commer
cial avenuo. Louis H. Mtxm,
GO 5-11. If Auctlonter.
Da7Sivr.riAL pleasant family rooms at
theft. Charles Hotel,fronting on the Oblo
can bo obtained with board at reduced
rates during tbosummtr months.
Piaso For Sale. First-class toyon
and a quarlor octave piano cheap for cash
or can bo traded for, past cash and bal
anco In dress jroods: or open to any other
trade, by addressing XXX,
The Monitor. For tho Monitor, tho
best coal Cook Stove ever made or tb
Fashion, tho champion wood Cook or the
West, go to A. Halley's, 1C8 Washlngtb
avenuo, near renin street.
Just rocelvcd at W. B. Rockwell
Co.'s n new stock or Walnut parlor
brckets, wall pockets, tnwcll racks, bang
log batkots. atorooscoplo view holders
and hat racks, all for salo at reduoed prl
Why Mist Anna, whero did you get
that ntco hat? At Mrs. Hultz' Mil
llnory ttoro, cornor or Washington av
enuo and Eleventh street. Sho hat tbo
latest fashions, and the nicest and cbcap-
ost hats that over camo to Cairo.
For Stoves, Tinwaro,toiletwaro, tteam
cooking vessels, broilers, bird cages, lan
eras, gato springs, gate hinges, table an
pockot cutlory, fluting irons. Also fo
roofing, gutters and spouting, go to
Ualloy t. 188 Watbington avenue, noar
Tenth stroot. 6C 4-17-lm.
Tub harbor t'uop is ou no cornor ot
Eighth ttroet and Commercial avenue
whoro J. Georgo Stionhouie with bis gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to tooth
your foolingi with a smooth tbave, or cool
your tomper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a Erst-class shop, and you are
sure of receiving nrsi-ciass' treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
aftor tho most approved stylet. 8-15-tf
Millinery. Mrt. Hogarth & -Co. do
tiro to call the attention or tho ladlot or
Cairo and vicinity to tholr dliplay or mil
Unary and fancy goods. Having tocured
the services of ono of tho best trimmers
In tbo Woit, tbey fool confldont that tbey
can suit tho most oxactlng taste. Dross
making done In tho latest styles on short
notlco. Prlcoi reasonable. A call is re
tpoctlully solicited, No. 144 Commercial
avonuo, ono door south of tbo popular
dry goodt ttore of J. Burger. 74-4-2 Ltf,
Holt. Wood & Oo
1130 HIDOE AVfiNUK
Fountains, Vnses, AnlmnK Irou Hlnlrs
Lamp Posts, Stable Fittings,
CAST, WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
NEW and IMItOVEI'D CHAIR fortbeatret,
concert anu lecture nam.
And a General Assortment of Orna
mental Iron "Work.
Estimates and doiilirnsicntoiiannlloatlon.
niaung iuo ciass oi worK uukireu.
Boot and shoo maker, Twentieth street lie
tween Washington avenue and Poplar
uruuijia proparcu 10 mate uoou anu Uiotl
111 the latest and most fashionable svlei.
tylet to suit customoni. out of the baeljind
' U4VUI ,U UIUDI, UIU Ul UU TT
frostiest stock, of which ! Iwt nai a
good supply on band from which to make
selections. All fitting of boots and shoes
inado by Mr. Killers la done In hit own shop
no rorolgn lit tin boimt useu ny mra.
Give him a call, and ho will gtvo you tat it.
O.W. DUNNING, M. D.
UES1UENCE corner Nlnfh and Walnut
dtreots. OUlce corner Hlxtu stroet and
Ohio levee. Office hours from tl a. m.,to
I'Zm,, and Op, m
H, SMYTH A' CO, .
No. CO Ohio LtTte,
HENflY IREIHAN, '
Mineral Spring Wi.il
HOTTLT.0 ALE AND ClDiJ
OHIO LUTKfc.ie u 4tfc J
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker & Wake,)
And the etlebratH lUaminatln
Bross' BulldlBg, lltk Ui. A Uoaaercial .
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND OOjU
OFFICE AND YARD?
10th SL bet WuMxgloV ft bwMrtUl Arl
A larxe supply or 1'ltUbur and
Muddy coal eoattaiitry an hud. Hli
wood sawed to order. Orders for coal I
wood should be left at the oBc TJ
tsreet. Temt, caaa ea delivery.
t Sc Sli
Iletweee Tenth and Klevtath atretu,
Is prepared to fill order without dels!
He has a Ono stock of laKtrUd leather 1
hand. Just received from Xswivcrk, and al
put aowa luepnct w tye lowm soica.
CO MMEBOIAL AYS MUX,
Be ween Slxta and Seventh 'fit eats, GtlrJ
T. B. ELLIS. FretrleUr.
ibo new ATitngion Mobm it bow opt
r the reception of metts. The Lout
c ated In the heart ol the buataeta portta
f the city, and coavasdeat to Uatabof
rooms for commercial ageats WaUk kt
W iff ow iranM.
BOOT & SH
Ith Street, next door to Bristol VI,
Fine llooU and Shoes Mad to orn
short notice, of the best French and
can ttock, and lit and aatlifaetloa tro
teed. Tryklin. (741.
MRS. L. T. BRfGGl
(Successor to Phillips and Briggt.)
Commercial Ave., bet., 9th and lOtbJSU.
7 4.2-lm. CAIRO, ILLL.
K. MAXWELL CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealer In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
AXLE GREASE; ,
Alto Agent for tbe
No. 719, North Maine treet
DON'T TRUST ANY MAN
Who says he will pay fflOO for a cat ot Ca
tarrh which he fall to cure, Waleotfa Ca
tarrh Annlbtlator bat cured thousand who
would have perished without It, 'tad my
tni "wiu return tue naotiey to any pur
aser who tries abottlaandt notbeatlt.
ted. Did you ever try VTOtOOTT'S PAIN
PAINT f By 1U usjlurMiver:bllstr: U
opa'Ueadache, TothaM raw. NauraGrl
Ithlu ttve minutes, w tneaey reftudetl.
O, QOLDBMlTar, cor. 12th A Loeust t. 1
my agent. K.L.Woloott. m