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ii vr miuw l.nlKlfC. NO. 224
Imleiienilfiit Order of Oilil-el.
low, meet rrry luu";lay n Khl
WtfT ,t lutir-iMt In IMr lull on
Jominrrclal avium-, betwwn nlxlli mv) hvti nth
"lAIHO KNOAMl'MKNT, I. O. O. X., meets
. ,u O.M-Kfllow' Hall on the Ural and third
I in flu lu crcrr month, al liair-"ut ien
J no II Uumuxn, U I'
OAlltO l.()I)()i:. NO. 237, A. r. A A. M.
r Hold regular communications In Ma
Uk tonic Hall, cnrncr Commercial uveoue
' 'and Kljtlitli atiet't. on the end anil
mum .iiomiar 01 eacn moniii.
LYNCH & HOWLEY S
Real Estate Column
Store room on (.wo "In cl, .'iliuw
-Two koo'I 'oll(i(?i'!( oiiTwi'iily-Nlnlli
r tract, near Commercial nvciiti,
Storo room on (,'ointiierchl uvi'iiiii,
next to Wnwrly hotel, $10.
(Jooil ilnvllliij,' Iioiim.' on Walnut, In;
twecn Twcnty-nrond mid Twnty-tli'nl
Store-room corner Twrtitlrtli ami
roilurtrci-t., $1'2 M.
Store room adjoining above,
Two Mow Iiouhjoii jlli Mreet, west
ol Vun1ilnj(ton avuniie, $15.
lloni( on U'nlnut street, iieiirrt nter
)ilwiant ireiiilw:s, $12 SO.
lions; on Commercial nvenne, near
l'Jtli street. Siiltsnlo for lmlnem anil
l welling, $10.
Houms on Commercial uvciine, above
!Uli street. .Suitable! lor Imi.Iiht anil
Winter's Illock- suitable for Hotel
OIIIcck or HuMiicm rooms cheap.
Tenement' mimbereil 4, 8, ! ntnJ
10, Winter's Kow, ft roonu each for $10
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I room", $7.
Store room in "l'llot if out," lately
occupied Vy A. Ilalley.
Dwelling house on Sixth Mn-et and
,lrll'eron avenue $10.
Orphan Any In in bnllillnj; anil pteml
sen. Kent low, to a j;ooiI trinnt.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Itoonu In various parts ol the city.
I.nndu, In tnicU to Milt, near Cairo.
liooMS T(i Ukxt. Four room, and a
neat cottage on Third Street, free from
nlpe water, and in good condition. Kn
iinlre of Win. Mcllale, at the. Delta
A. H.W.I.K.V. A llnelot or table and
pocket cutlery, nlo ?paile., MiovcU
hoes, rake, forkK,ae and a general line
of hardware Jn-t received by A. Ilalley,
I IT, Commercial aenne. 'J-IK-Hm.
,lit IIkckivkii A. Ilalley has jn-t
received a lino lot of canary and mock
ing bird cagej, flower stands, (lower
troliicr, bak:U, archer, hearts and
wreathes, which he. has marked very low,
at lift Commercial avenue. 'J-18-;lin.
Kix'liiii.c.iiiN'i Km; Itn.iTi.n. .Suct
('ream. ('ntard Whip and Froting
maker. Lightning Keclprocatlng tin
churn. Ilet in thu world. Try the egg
heater and churn and lu'eonvincd. For
calc by C. W. Henderson, 101 Commer
cial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
N'ruici: in Ci.MilliiiK'. Lnmliilatis
may uve the columns of the IIi i.i.i.iin
to bring their name Im-Iuiv the people, at
the following rate, tank in mlmnet
City Clerk, $'; City TreAuier, ; All
dermal), $2. No valiatloii liom Ilie Wi
In uilmner rule. If
Sen Kot ll. t. Koeh, at his shop and
store loom, No. 'M Commercial avenue,
ha' lor sale a stock of boots and shoes of
his own make ; also a large stock of St.
.f.ouis custom made boot and shoes, lie
keeps the bet material and is up lu all
the latest styles. Hi tils are perfect, and
satisfaction N guaranteed. Give him a
Dwelling house, 7 rooms ; 10 lots
enclosed, in good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut streets. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Dwelling house, I rooms and base
ment, on Poplar street, between Tlili-'
teenth and Fourteenth streets. Kent
1 1 Two tenements on west ihht of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Kent for each, $3
Dwelling house, Ii rooms, on Fifth
street near Walnut, In good repair. Kent
l2.r.O per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenly-llrst Mrcet, near Syciimoie
north side. Itcnt $5, per month.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Itcnt low.
Itnsemeut of bilek building, west side
of Washington nvenne near F.lghtecnlh
street, live room in good condition!
Building on east side of Commercial
nvenne, near TVnlh street, sultnhln for
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Ilullding on west tide of Commercial
avenue, near Twellth street, Old "City
J lull." Kent very low.
Tenements, olllees ami rooms In varl
mis locations. Iteuts low.
Lots mid lands for sale or lease.
John Q. lUuu.N.ifc.qo.,
Ileal Kstnto Agents, corner sixth and
Levee st ivcts. :m 5-t f
Freah arrival ol a very largo n3$ort
ment ot ladles' anil mnW Uld gloves at
.1 Bnrirer Co. 0-21-tI
K'lilTim Iti llitik 1-riMMannounc that f am
n caiiiliilatr rr the nlUrr i,r Ity ( Irrk, at then
iniurhltiK rlty drrtluii Wu.i. K. IIahxiik,
.We arcaulliorlrwl to minonncc Hie name of
IAMKSJ W. STKVv AHT an a ramlMate fur th
unjii-nri.il Llirk, at thetnaiiliiK city tlction
We are aulliorlziil In amiiiiince IIih name of
, Y . ..M. am cjimlliliite Tor le-flirllon to
theoniceorClty ;irrL at the riiMiInK rlmrlcr
IIOAItl) OK HUCCATIO.V.
.Mr William Slmtlou l lirteby miiiouiiml una
i'uiiiJliiaieriir.MeiiibruiinriinarJ oi r.uucinuu
lilectloii, !jiitiinlay, April
WF.DNKSDAV, MAHCH 'i'J. IfTC
I.ocnl Wrntlirr Krpnri.
Oaiho, III., Marili Vp, IsTC
llin. I Tn I Wtio. Vat.
1 1 llal'c!
SI. IV, I w
Ml I Xi
Itlnfll ilurlnix Ihf il turnty-luiir hour
Si ricant. SIkiimI KrrtU-e, I). H A.
Allenlloii I llrnlrrx.
We have four clo.en Imitation Kbony
Spnigue Cau-0K-ner, taken for adver
tllng, which wo will fell at two dollars
per ilo7Cii. Iii'juire at Iliillctlu nlllce.
Two good, eay running hacks. The
two for SIM), or $100 each. For lurther
particulars apply at the olllce ol the Iron
Mountain Itallroad company, ".'i Ohio
For sale for twelve hundred dollars,
tho Steam Ferryboat Nellie Thotiina, lay
ing at lllrd'rt Point. For particulars ap
ply at the St. l.oul, Iron Mountain and
Southern Itallroad ollice, No. ." Ohio
l.evee, Cairo, III. :!.2.', .
Thii popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
treet and Washington avenue, Is ojicn to
thu public. The bar In supplied with
pure wlncM, choice llipiors anil thullnest
brands of cigars.
:(-2.')-lm A. Ki:oi .s, I'roprietor.
lloiKt ltrrprm. .mention.
Do you know that J. Hurger & Co. are
in receipt of a magnillcentlinc of carpets
and oil clothe, alt the very latest styles
and designs '! The llrst arrival of the sea
son. Stop lu and examine their stock.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: lli'M.KTt.v, tildes the
lame Is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
puny, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, lor any
Caiiio Hiti.Liriix Cojii'ANY.
November 1U. 1&7". II
tor Kiinwii null I'lilorailu.
The Atchl-ou, Tojieka and Santa Fe
railroad from Kauas City and Atclil-on
on the .Miouri river, via Topeka, the
capltol ol Knnsa, and the beautilul r-
kan-as valley to the I'ocky .Mountains.
I'he shortest nute to Puebelo the Grand
Canon, Colonulo Springs, Maultou,
Pikes SiK'ak, and all places of note in the
mountain regions. The favorite route
lo Denver and all points In Northern
Colorado. Thu bct route In Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. Tho
only direct route to the famous San
luau mines, 'I'he track and equipment
is uuciiualcd, trains run through from
the Missouri rUrr, to the liocky Moun
tains, making connections In Union de
pots and avoiding delays and trans
fers. For lull descriptive circulars
map", time tables, etc., address
I . .1. ..lKll-O.V.
Uen'l Pass. Agent, Topeka. Ivan.
A .Mi. I J.ntinilo'.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be.
tween Washington and Commercial avej
lines, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and laud
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
Hud it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are ns follows : Hotel
ami boarding-house washing 7i cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are ns
follows: Single shirt and collar, 10c; per
dozen, SOc; socks, fa; two collars, 5c;
two handkerchiefs, fie; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, 80V. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico dresses, 2."e; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, BOo; whlt
ilresees, $1 25c. ; ladles' uuderware, line
nndVoarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-tf.
Tho lti'i.i.KTiN has for sale one Hundred
fount's of job type, Including many series
that are now generally hi use In (lie llrst
class Job olllees of tho United State. All
these founts will he sold at half their
original cost. Many of them are com
plete and almost new, embracing a largo
variety, among them being Pnyson
scripts, Kureka texts, title text open,
Phldlan, rimmed black, monistic, broad
gauge, Kgyptlan, bank note Italic, Tus
can, engravers' open, Celtic, French
clarendon, etc. Wo oiler these founts
for sale because we are fast renewing the
material of thu IIui.i.kti.v Job ollice with
thu latest faces, nil costly and adapted to
city use. In a few days wu will .send to
our country Iriends circulars displaying
founts separately and In series, to which
will he attached price and terms. Where
whole series are purchased special red no
lions will be made. Orders tor job print
ing from country olllees promptly 11 1 led.
Somhtihno Nkw. The llghtuug, re
ciprocating, tin churn mid egg beater,
tho latest and thu best ever made, at A.
Uallcy's, who Is now selling his hirgu
stock ot stoves, tin and brlttaun ware at
greatly reduced prices. Give lilin a call
ieloro you purchase, 115 Commercial av
, I njt received bv ftnldttlnr A llmen
Water. ' :t.2K.tf.
Uualiiilrrr I ji e mut Nrltliuc.
Cashmere lace and netting, n splendid
assortment, certain to please the ladles,
Just lu, at J. llurger & Co. M-21-tf
A beautiful line of new embroideries
Just received by the recognized "embrold
cry house" of Cairo .1. llurger & Co.
A Filial; Alnrill.
It was rumored yesterday that Mr.
Charles Oalllgher was to he a candidate
for school director at the coming election,
but from n reliable source we learn that
Mr. 0lllgher.doesnot intend entering tin
A Niunll Ulnae.
The residence of .Mr. Jacob U. Lynch,
on Walnut street, took lire about half
past ten yesterday morning, but the lire
men with their apparatus were on hand
with their usual promptness, and the
flames were soon extinguished. The
damage to the hotwe Is slight.
no in Time I
Old people, whose blood la sour and
thin, or young folks (with adolescent hu
tnor In their Veins) should cleanse their
system by using Wlsliarl's Pins Tree Tar
Cordial, whenever they have any ulcera
tion in the throat or lungs, or running
sores on the external skin ! (H)-wlt
For a elca.i shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to J.
Oeorgu Stelnhouse on Eighth street,
Alexander County Hank building. His
shop Is always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
his tables covered with the latest dally
papers, for the benelltof his customers.
Mr. S. Hoscnwatcrof thelirm of Gold
stlne & Kosenwater, Is now and has been
for the past two weeks In New York,
purchasing a stock ol new spring goods.
The firm is dally in receipt of large In.
voices of new and fashionable spring dry
good, men's furnishing goods, &c.t
which they are selling al remarkably low
llgures. It will pay you to call around
and scu them. ,'1-20-tf
Itenlti of Tlina. J. I'nrker
Died, lu this city, on Tuesday morning
March 23th, 1870, of consumption, .Mr
Thomas J. Parker, nephewr of Miles W.
and Elizabeth Parker. The funeral ser
vices will be held at the residence of
Miles W. Parker, on Walnut street, be
tween Seventh and Eighth streets, this
Wednesday, afternoon at two o'clock
Friends aud)acquaintauces of the deceased
arc Invited to be present.
Tlic I'eil Hollar.
Peoplu who drad the small pox would
doubtless gle the pest house a wide
berth If they knew Its location. That
Institution Is situated Just Inside ot the
new levee, and within fifty or slxtyyards
of the old grave yard ridge. On Sunday
a large number of persons vMtwtl thu
new levee, and in passing along the ridge
cainu uncomfortably close to thu pest
liou-e. which. at that time contained two
cases of small pox.
Mr. T. E. Clark, who ha been acting
as train dispatcher on the Cairo and Vin
eenncs railroad company for several
years past, has reigned his position, and
will act as conductor on the passenger
train on the Cairo and Vineeuues road,
which arrives in this city at 10:20 p. m.,
In the place of Mr. George Nelson, who
succeeds Mr. Clark as train dispatcher.
Mr. Clark wilt make his llrst trip to Cairo
as a conductor next Monday.
James Fisher and John Murphy were
up before Judge Hross yesterday. Fisher
was arrested by La Hue for Indulging lu
a plain caso of intoxication, and was lined
by his honor two dollars and costs, which
ho paid and was discharged. James
Murphy whs also taken in by La Hue; he
wa drunk and acted in a very bad man
ner. Judge Dross shocked his nerves a
little by lining him live dollars and costs,
but he paid it and went his way.
The Colored Odd t'cllona.
The celebration of the colored Odd
Fellows, which was to have taken place
in this city yesterday, owing to the ex
tremly bad weather at the time set tor
thu parade, was resolved Into a grand
party at Washington hall last night. A
large crowd was present, and the order
of the evening was speech making, muslc
etc. Those present were addressed by a
number of our ablest colored orators, and
tho affair was satisfactory and very
Colored Km .Heellutf To-NlgHI.
Tho colored people of this city will
hold a mass meeting at Lonergan's hall,
to-night, to elect a delegate to
the national convention. It Is generally
understood in tills city and abroad, that
Judge John J. Hlrd, ol this city is to ba
the delegate, and that no other nomina
tion will be made by the meeting. Judge
Uird, In the opinion ot the white, as
well as the colored voters of this district,
is tho man best qualllied to represent tho
colored people In thu convention.
A it llctorc Hreiul
He was a colored man, and of course hu
was hungry. Ho went into Ihu liousu ot
Mrs. Flamming, on Washington nvenne,
una stated his Inward emplyness. Ho
was given a meal that would satisfy the
choicest beggar, and hu bestowed Ids
blessing upon thu giver and left. A short
time utter thu disappearance of tills ob
iect of charity, Colonel Kenrden went
into the hall to get his coat and hat from
the rack whero hu hud left them; he stum,
bled over tho negro's meal, which had
been thrown upon the Moor, hut his hat
ami coat had vanished, and now tho col
onel wants to pay the negro's board for
n month at a llrst-elass hotel, provided hu
returns hi properly.
Tlio Church I lint).
The odsble to lie given by the l.idles
ot the Methodist church, at the residence
ol Mr, and Mrs. James Johnson, corner
ofFourteenth street and Commercial ave.
nue, to-morrow nlght,Jlt should bcremetn.
bcred, Is given with a view lo nddlng to
the church film! to liquidate the debts of
that body. Each person In
attendance will bo expected to donate
a mite to thu fund, and lu
order that the evening may be made one
ot enjoyment and pleasure, the assembly
will be served with choice refreshments,
and excellent music will be iurnlshcd by
the best talent of our city. Mr. and Mrs.
Johnson, every one Is well aware, have
no peers as host and hostesj, and they
extend to their friends and acquaintances,
one and all, a hearty and cordial Invita
tion lo call upon them on this occasion
The colored school examinations be
Special bargains in niii-llii-s at Gold-
stlne &. Kosciiwutcr's. :i-2C-lf
The cltv council Is hard nt work on
the appropriations bill lor the preseiiU
Yesterday, for weather, was ahead of
anything wo have had (luring thu scusortr
Wu had rain, snow, wind and no wind,
sunshine and clouds, cold and warm.
There was nothing done In Judge
Mini's police court yesterday. There
were only two o Menders whose cafes
needed looking after, and Judge llross
did the honor).
Phil Saup sells the Grandee cigar.
They arc excellent.
A splendid selection of cheviots Just
received at Goldmine & Koenwalcr's.
Cairo Conimaudery of Knights
Templar have received an Invitation
Irom the Grand Commandery ol the State
of Pensylvanla, to visit Philadelphia on
independence day, and take part in the
The Way I I'm Done.
The work of lowering the mammoth
brick building nt the corner of Sev
enth street and Commercial avenue, la-
mlllarly known ns Winter's lllock, was
commenced In earnest yesterday morn
ing. For the last two weeks the con
tractors who have the lowering in charge
have been getting their machinery lu
position which was completed on Satur
day, and yesterday morning the lower
ing began, llctwecn seven and eight
hundred jack screws are brought into
play, beside an innumerable amount of
small and large blocks of wood, which
serve as a foundation fur the building
while the letting down Is in progress.
Nearly hundred men arc employed
In doing the work. Each man has just
so much work to perforin, which is the
control and working ot nine of the jack
screws. Besides thu laborers employed
In working the machinery, a number of
men are kept lu different parts of the
building while the work Is going on, to
note any crack or llaw that may occur
from too much "letting down'' at any
particular point, that It may bo immedi
ately remedied, and the work tints be
performed without danger to either the
lives of the workmen or Injury to the
The lowering process to a looker ou Is
botli amusing and 'interesting, and large
numbers loiter about the vicinity wlieie
thu work Is going ou.
Underneath the building where a per
fect net or screen work Is constructed of
the wooden blocks and screws, the scene,
when the men are at their posts and
working the screws, remit. ds one of an
immense hive of Industrious bees, laying
hi their winter's store.
The holes of the screws are set to point
in one direction, and nt a signal given bv
the foreman each workman begins with
the llrst screw under his cltarge, turns It
half-way round, then goes to the second,
third, fourth and so on until hu has
reached his ninth and last. At each lial(
evolution of all the screws, the building
drops one-eighth of an inch, the screws
being of quarter-Inch thread.
The building was let down about nine
inches from the time tho work began yes
terday until the middle of the afternoon,
and the contractor, we nre told, expect
to have the structure down to thehcighth
desired by Saturday. Mr. Itiilus Holmes,
who owns thu property, it Is said pays
the contractors four thousand dollars lor
the work complete.
Wlml Muilt I lu? Kiijh llhikc.
We yesterday obtained a glimpse ol tho
following communication, prepared by
City J reasurer Hlake, which hu will pre
sent to the city council at Its next meet
"At the last regular meeting ol the city
council, 1 was ordered to pay pro-rata the
several amounts due for work on the new
levee, per February pay roll. Subse
quently I received the following notice
from tho mayor. '
Here was appended thu order of Mayor
Winter, which we submitted to our read
ers at tho time It was received by Tress
tircr Ulake, lu which thu mayor notllled
him that hu would not sign thu orders
unless every employe was paid his money
in lull, etc.
Treasurer lllaku adds :
"Upon receipt of said notice, 1 deemed
It advisable to reler tho matter back to
your honorablu body, and I shall here
wilh submit a statement of tho condition
of tho levee fund, to date."
Thu statement shows that thu total re
ceipts on account ol subscriptions to the
loveo certltlcates, per reports tiled, were
$3,740 00; tho amount received on ac
count ol subscriptions since last
report, was $1,000 00; thu total amount
paid out per reports Hied, to
March 1st, 1870, was $S.SS0.S8; the
amount paid out ou the 1st, 2nd and ltd Of
March, by the advice ol thu Levee com.
mlttee, Finance committee nud Commit
tee, ou Claims, subject to the approval
of thu council, and the amount
paid out on account ol the January pay
roll was $2:13.90. This leaves a balance
III tho fund of $010.24, with which to pay
a debt of $2,"r2.S9. Uhiko wants to
know how ho is to make tho money lu
his bauds go arouml.
The eiHiiiliuitloii and closing ei;irles
lu Miss Powers' room In the Thhleeiith
street school building took place yesler
day morning. The room wit crowded
wilh spectators, and tho pupils acquitted
themselves with great credit, and reflect
ed much credit also upon their teacher.
The afternoon was devoted to tho room
taught by Miss Thompson, In the same
building, The examinations of the It
audi) elascshi arithemetlu ; C class in
grammar, and A class In reading, were
very Interesting to the throng procnr,
nud many were the hcarllell expressions
of encouragement flint greeted this model
teacher at the conclusion. Tim orator
ical exercises were also unusually attrnct
Ive. They consisted of u recitation by
Maud Itltlenhonso, entltNd "Which
Shall It li;V" "King Henry or Nevare,"
by Miss Frankli! Kexrord; recitation'
"Launch of the Ship," by l.lllli; Foul;
recitation, "Sclniol Days," by I.llliu
Phillips ; recitation, "The Pilot," by An-
nlu ltiley; recitation, "Warren's Ad
dress," ,y Willi,. Illnck; composition.
"City Pleasures," by Joslu Taylor and
composition, "Country Pleasures," by
l.lzzle lloeknetdlc. I'.ach ellbit on the
part or the pupil was excellent, and was
greeted with atipliu'e which plainly
proved tho approbation nt the listeners.
After these exercises had been brought
to a close, a call was made for Judge
William Green, w ho had shown much In.
terest In tho entire afternoon's proceed
ings, to addres, the pupils and the crowd
in attendance. He responded lo thu call,
nud delivered n very appropriate and elo.
quent address. Hu madu the principal
feature of Ids remarks, "tho great power
possessed by the school board, either for
good or for evil," and set lorth the
great need of having a board com
posed of men who had at heart
the Interests ol our school-, who wens
possessed of Intelligence and power to
conduct them properly and for the benollt
With the conclusion of Mr. Green's
speech. which was heartlh- nr.
quiesced In by the entire assemblage, thu
visitors and pupils took tin Ir dcpartuie.
A ramlly Itun .
A negro woman named Mrs. Thomas.
went to the storo of White A Greer ves.
terday morning with n lamentable story.
sue lived in Kentucky, and her husband,
joiiu, got on his ear ami ran away. Shu
wouldn't have cared so much had John
went quietly, but hu kicked up a big row,
broke up the furniture, and stole the
only dollar she had lu thu world, with a
view, possibly, t ij;i,t out with M.me
other woman, and she wanted lo catch
him. bhe would give two dollar mid u
hall for his capture, dead or alive. It he
was dead shu wanted to glvu him
a tieccut burial; if ho was alive,
suu wanted her dollar. Deputy
JohiiSheehau promised to bring the tru
ant John to the suif.ice, and he did It.
He took him to the store where his Linda
love was awaiting with sorrowing heart fur
her dollar. No sooiiur did John clap eyes
upon her, than lie had her In his arms,
avowing the love he bore her, and prom
ising to llvu a better liluifshe would only
take him back. She promised, paid Slice
ban his two dollars and H hall, and the
couple left tho city arm in arm.
Mr. Duir Honey, ol' lilooniiugtoii'
Is In the city.
Mrs. D. A.Mel lia-gonu to St. Louis
lor a mouth's vl-lf. m
Mr. Charles Espey, of the Missis
sippi Valley transportation company,
has gone to St. Louis torn short vMt.
Tweed Parker and John Wood re
turned home from Champaign, where
they have been attending school, on Mon
Mr. II. II. Candeo lull lor Cincinnati
Mr. Hood Oneal is improving rap
idly. His lilts for several days during
his sickness was despaired of, but lie is all
right now, and will be at his pot again
in due time.
W. D. Hradley and wife ol New Or
leans, are at thu St. Charles.
F. T. Walker of Champaign, I). C.
King of Jackson, Tennessee, and II. W.
Galding of Chicago, are at the St.
F. E. Jewett, St. Louis, Ira A. Flood,
Iiostou, Win. Dm ham and J. K. Tnrbctt,
St. Louis, and James Clark, Champaign,
nre nt the Planter's.
Mr. W. T. Wlngnte, traveling ugeu
for A C. .Meyer & Co., Importers and
manufacturing druggists, and grocers'
specialties, ihiltimore, was in the city
All Chronic IINcnc Cured
nv mi. iii'i.tz.
He Is located in Cairo, Illinois, and is
still calling on you to Ins healed. Why
will you dlu of old chronic diseases, when
you can bo cured with so Utile eot or
money. Do not give it up yet, for there
is still balm In Gllead. Cairo is thu
placo to como to be cured of all your
aches and pains.
I am now prepared at my nlllce lo gle
medicated baths, and persons wishing to
receive such, will call at my olllco on
Eighth street, No. 22, from Ihu hours ol
2 p.m. till U p.m. Also plain baths, hot
baths, warm bath, cold baths, or vapor
baths. Also persons having tint con
sumption or week lung', and wishing lo
receive; medicines by inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment at my ollice, this be
ing tho only true way of getting medl
clue direct to the lungs. Also I treat i!l-
eases ol the eyes of years v! in In.;-, and
the blind lias been madu to sco by my I
treatment. AH diseases of tho skin i
cure. Fistula cured by mo without thu'
use of the knife. If you haven cancer, I
comu and hu eiued. All pilvate di-ea-es I
in the shortest time, cured by me. In
short, for all chroulu diseases of'thohti
luau syslem, go to Dr; Hull. If you wish
to he cured. 1 compound and prepare nil
my medicines nt my ollice. It Is said
that practice makes pel feel. I have been
thlrlv vearsn nrneilehig physician.
All letters uud communications shall
he cohtldcutiid and promptly attended to
1 by me. Direct Hit. llvuv,
l No. 22 Eighth street, Cairo, Illinois.
MincLV-llardwnre, tinware alll
stores, plow!, hand cultivators, ,p,v!w
hovels, forks, hoes, rakes, step ladders
also keep constantly on hand n line ns'.
sortmenl ol table and pocket cutlery and
builder's hardware. I am sole nirent for
tho celebrated .Charter Oak stoves, of
which I keep hi stock u full supyly or the
dlllercnt alfAi. Tlio above nrticlc at
"rock bottom llirures-" '
:f-'-lUI C. W. Ili:Nin:i!,(.v.
101 Coinmeiclal avenue, Cairo, Ills.
W'Atl IICI-AIITMkMT. liMM, ItKrolir, I
.M.irch iN, .s7li )
low watch. riiANrir:.
rr. in. it. i '
, n a -n f.
! - u; ii
D ii ii u
! al ii i
m J .Vi- a
vi M n ',
II 3 mi ;,
a ' i
Si-ijmiiiUSIinial Jer lc-, I',
Towboat Itou-ldes, barges, Plttsbui".
Coal 1 1 111, St. Louis,
Towboat lroulilcs and barges, St. Lou.s,
" l.'aven and barges, St. Louis.
" Coal lllll. St. Louis.
Of all the gloomy, blustery, cold
damp, disagreeable days of the reason
yesterday was beyond all comparison the
worst. It was comparatively warm In
tho morning, lint soon began to grow
colder, and snow began to (all. The wind
blew a gale, and the river rolled and
toised fearfully. At the close of our re
port there was no change lu
the condition of the weather,
and we do not propose to hazard a pre
diction as to what the next twenty lour
hours may hi lug foith. Arrivals and
departures of boats at the wharf during
the day weie lew and far between, llusi.
lu-ss was dull. Thu river Is still rising
slowly, thu swell yesterday being about
live Inches. The Mississippi is rising
slowly here, but Is ou a stand still at St,
Louis. Memphis and Vlek-burg are in
danger of being outflowed. At .Mem
phis tlio river lacks only 0 Inches or
thu danger mark, and peoplu there are
con-Iderably excited In consequence.
t VIcksburg there Is also apprehension
ol too much water. The Ohio is on a
stand at Cincinnati. The Cumberland Is
rising at Nashville.
IIOA I'M Aiuiivr.it.
Thu Ironsides ciinu Into port witli two
barges of Irelght and two barges coku for
St. Louis. Shu did not tarry long here.
The Coal 1U11 came out late Ian even
ing, nfler thu remainder of her tow, and
Iclt shortly alter on her return to St.
'I he I.'ayoii had three barges of freight
lor St. Louis.
Illl.Wn 'io ixavi:.
The Thompson Dean. W. II. Miller,
captain, and Geo. Milteuberger, cleik,
will an Ivo at about noon to-d.iy from
.Memphis, and leave sometime Thursday
lurenoon for New Orleans. I'hu Dean Is
one ol ihu Illicit boats on the river, and
paengers will llutl it to their iidvan
tago to take paage ou her- Her olllcers
are genial, whole-souled gentlemen, and
always alive to the comfort and salety o
the patrons of their boat. For freight
etc., apply at Halllday Phillips' wharf
boat. vrr.A.u 1KIAIS.
CAIRO AND NEW ORLEANS.
The I'.leg.i it I'aieeugcr SteaniT
W. II. Miller Captain.
(leo. Miltenlicrgcr. ...... clerk.
Will leave for Meimihls. Vlckilmn: ad
Now Urleuns on Thursday, aiatvh ;ljth,f
I'or Irrluht or na-aLrn annlv on the
wharf boat ot llallliliiy Sc L'hlllip'.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducnh, Suuwnootown, Evuiih
villo, Louiavillo, Cincinnati
nud all way landings.
Tin- inirlViilliil miu-wlitvl lniit'r
l. (I. t'OWI.Kli M:iMrr
Ku. It, Thomas Clirk.
Will leave Kvunsi lllc I'or C'.ilrn try MO.NUA V
nud TIUIUSIIA V lit 1 o'otock i. in.
I.iiive Cilroovory 1 UUSI) V and Kill DA V.nl
ii nVlurk i in.
1 1m ili ;(.iut Mi-vlL'il eliiuiiiT
II tN llllWAKll MuMcr,
W Al.lt II II. I'KNNiNuros , ClllL,
Will have Kvamvllli' fur l.'nlni vwty 'VlH'.i-
llAVuii'l FltlllAVat I u'ducL i. in
Will li-uvcUiiiii vi'vy WKUNKSDAYnu.l )AT.
llirrlcKunl ni'lu.nliw ale.uiii-r
John (;iu Miulic
Mat. U'iu.umj vwiU.
Ustvi't Kviunvlllu I'or l.'iilrn I'M'lT Wi;ii,V-S
DA V iui.I si.VTUUAII V .it 5 11. lu,
Uju-sCiiimtury IIIUUSDAYuikI Sl'XHAt
ul il p. m
Kui'li boat nukes rliuu eonnii'lloii'i1
Willi llm-i'lan Htranirra rur (it. J.oul. JlrMi
liliUunil Sew orli'iiu, ami ut Kvaiuvllli' wlin
Iho K. .tt:. It. It. fin- all pi.liiUNiirlliuii'l '""'i
Hint Willi tliu l-milsvlllo Mll htia'nii" l' n Ml
utnuoiitlie UW'i'r Uhlu, Klvln? ll'V1'u,i'Vl
rliiiu ivy , ,
I'or iiilln-r lul'unuallonart'l)' . . . .,
lHil I'S P8" Ac1''
I. M. I "i,',,.,'Mll.'ll
jiiu iinti;ii.Kiit ami litni'mUnuiUt Aural.
j i.'.H.k Hvmnvllle lielluiii
WH0LE3A.I.E AMD RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cloie.
Ooiner 10th St. and Com marc la. I Av
C O. PATTER & CO.
O. N. HUGHES,
0er Uathun 4k Uhl'i.
N'ieutwl1"'1 i'lnt-Clam (.V,niwur rt'.re
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bask Building, up-iUiri.
The OliUatKatablUhed Airency In South
ern Illinois, representing ovir
tG5 OOO OOO
K .1. A) res. 8. D. Arret.
AYRES Sc COr
No W Ohio U',i-,
BOX and BASKET CO
! Dealer in
All Uii'ls lianl ami loll.)
FLOORING, SIDINa, LATH, Sic.
Mill ud Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOKNT3 AI1KIIICAN POWDER OO
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SI'KCIAI, ultimttoi Klven to coniltfiimenU anil
llllliuc onlf ra
b. r. p.
Paints, Oils, Varnishei,
iVnll Payor,' Window GIsm, Wis
clow' Shadcf, &c.
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