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:nmiii'rrl.il mrniu-, Ix'tvum .ltli iiinJ fU'Miitli
rcti liih lime, .-, ii
' 1 Villi) l.N(.AMIMKNT, I. O. O. 1'.,
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1 1 la) III cm)' tnotitll , nt lull f-pint seven
tinii ii ,iii.-M,n, v. i
Until rrirulnr r'liiimuiiii-ntliinii in Mh
noiilr Hall, cirii'T LViiiiiiurcl.il aiuu
' 'ami hltflilli ntri-t-t, on Hip dcojwI mm
niiriii .uoiinav nrwicli mown .
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
i on JtKNT.
22 Stoic room on Ia-U'i.- n'rct!, aliovu
Tvo;.;oo'. outl'i-ic. on t-iity-Xitillt
ctrc' t, near C'oiiiiii'.'iclal iivi'iini'.
.Stoii! loom on C'oiniiicicl.'il iivviim,
next to Vncrly hotel, $10.
liooil (livcllln liott'i: on Wiiliitit, Ik:-
tween Twenty-scroiii! ami Twi'iity-tli'iil
Store-room corner Twentieth .mil
I'ojiliir treet, .-Hli W).
Sloru room ailjolnln atmtc,
Twoiitorv hon'coii ."ith .xtrevt, west
lit WlltllillKtOII lV(tllll!,
IIoiii; on W'nlnntiitriM t, near ('enter
Iileasant prc-iiilM, $11! 60.
Ilnii'd on Commercial avenue, near
Ititli Mroi-t. Snltalilc for Iiii-Imc-k ami
IIoiik.- on Commercial avenue, above
iith street. Suilalile lor Initlnett ami
-Winter's Illo.k- Miltalile tor Motel
Olllre or ltnlm" room's chesip.
TcliellientS lllllulieieil I, ft, fl Mini
III, Winter'." l!ow, ii rooms each Tor rIO
Cottage on Sixth Mreet, near Wii-li-iii'ton
avenue I room', i7.
- -.Store room In "Pilot Houk," lately
ut'cupieil ly A. Ilalh'y.
Dwelling liou-e on .Sixth .-tree! aicJ
.MirrMin avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum hullilhi ami pii nil
(!'. Kent low, to a 'ood temnt.
Store room, corner Twentieth ami
Wa-liiiijjtou avenue, $12 a mouth.
I.'onni" hi various parts ol the cily.
FOK I.KASKOK SAI.K.
l.amN, In tract to suit, near Cairo.
l!iniM- in I!i;m. l'our riidius, anil a
neat cotlajrc on Third St lift, fne from
Mpc water, and In :noil eomlltioii. Km
.-ulri- of Win. Mcllale. at the I Mm
A. II.w.i.kv. A llnelot of- talile and
pocket cutlery, ai-o -pailc-', slioveN
hoi'i, rake', fork-saxc-; and a general line
of hardware jti-t received I iy A. Ilalley,
11.1 Cniumeielal acnue.' 'J-IS-'Im.
.Ii.ir l!i:i,'i:ivi:ie A. llaili-y li:- just
ieeei;nln line lot of canary and mock
ing liird c.ige-, ilowcr lamN, ilowcr
trainer., linnets atelier, heart and
vtesitln. which l.e lias marked very low,
at ll.'i Commercial acuuc. "J-l-:im.
I:i:(II'I:ocaii.s Km. Hka i Kit. Sweet
(.'ream. Cu-lard Whip and I'ro-tlnjr
maker. I.ivlitniiig Iticiprocaling tin
churn. Ilc-l in tho world. Tiytliecgg
heater and churn ami Im- coii IiichI. I'or
sale hy W. lleuih-rxiii, l'Jl Commer
cial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
Nona: in O..Ninii.Ti. I atullil.itc
may tm the columtii of the Hri.ixiiN
tohrlug their name- betoie the people, at
the following rate?, cA in aJraner
City Clerk, $."i; City Treasurer, $."i; All
ilermau, $J. No variation troiu thu caih
in mlrunrt rule. II
Si:k ICocii. C Koch, at his -hop ami
.toieroom, No. !K) Coiumeiclal avenue,
ha- for 'ale a .-loci; ol limit and -line of
his own make : aUo a larjjc Mock of St.
I.oiiU ciMoni iiiade liool and -hoes. He
keeps the lie-t niatcil il ami h up in all
the late-t -Ivies. Hi 111- ale pel feet, and
atlfaclion guarantee !, tlhc lilm a
Ilwelliug hou-e, 7 room-; 10 lot-,
cnclo'.ed, in good onlcr, ou Twenty,
fourth and Walnut Mreet-. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Dwelling liou-e, I rooms and base
ment, on Poplar Micet, between Thir
teenth and I'ourteciith Micct.. Kent
1 1 Two tenements on wcM ideof Coin
mercial avenue near I'lfib street, suitable
lor shop ami d welling. Kent forcach, $S
Dwelling house, rooms, on I'lfib
street near Walnut, in good repair. Kent
Sl'J.r.o per month.
Cottage, 'J ifioms and kitchen,
Tweuly-llist street, near .Syeamoie
north Mile. Kent ?.", per mouth.
Two small houses, uoithwcst corner
Plftceutli and Populai. Kent low.
liasenient of brlek building, west fide
of Washington avenue near Klglitccnth
Mrcrt, live iooiih In good coudilioiil
Kilil'liug on cast Hide of Commercial
avenue, near Tenth Mreet, suitable for
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Iliiilding on west side of Coiniueiclal
avenue, near Twelfth street, (lid "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, oillees and rooms in vari
ous lucatiou. Kent low,
Lots and lands for sain or U nn, .
.loii.N l. Haiiman ,V Co.,
Keal Kstaln Agents, corner sixth ami
(.nvee streets. ii-l.'.-tf
Fresh arrival of 11 very large, n.wort
meiit of Indies' niul gents' kid gloves at
.1 lluror Si. Co. :i-21-lf
ttV aicnillliiillnl tniitiliouni e Hull II. A. U
Iniiiiilfiiii Man inli .i mli iit K'l'iHiMli'aii i amb
ilalt- li.r lti llir, nt Die i iiiiIii; ruiliil) clirlliiii
I;ninill 111 I.I.UIIN l-l'liun'iiniMillDrelll:ll I Kill
n eainllilali-lir (lie nltlrenl I It) I Ink, at tlieuji.
liriiariiiiiK eny rit-ronil tllLI.lv. iiaum.ns.
W'c nit'iitillinifcl In iiiiiiiiinicc llif ii.iiiii- nf
.IAJIh.1 W VIKWAItr H4 a cuiiOiitatP lor lliv
nlllrciil Clly tli rk, nt tlii'i iiillii) ell- tl'i lloii.
We mi' nulliotii'il In uliliiiiinc III" n.itiie uf
v . I A.M. l.l mn ninilliliile nr it'-ilit'Uiiii to
lliccillli'con Hy liTk ut lliv I'li.uliof i'lmi1r
iui vim (il I.lH'l A I IDS'.
.'IT 11II.IIII Tllftll'Ml "J H".. ...". n."
'1riIIlnTc Kir JrllllMT i I im n.iri n i.'uv.iiivii
i.itriioii, .-aiiiiu.i, .iim tei.
wi:dni:sda v. makcii t!!i. isni.
l.ocnl U'riillu r lliiorl.
Caiiio. III., Muivli T.t, IdTo.
Hah. I 'Iiik Wimu. ' Vkl. I Wkatii.
.t.0 I W
If i S"T I t'.
7 Ii. In
.lAJII WA I (I.N,
rxcaiil. PiKiial .-hvkc, I' A.
Allciilliin : IM'iilei'i.
Wo have tour (lo.eu Imitation Kliouy
pragiii! Ciin-Upener.s, taken for adver
ting, which wc will M'll at two dollars
perdoeu. liupiireat liullctili olllcc.
Tills popular saloon, corner I'ouitceulh
trcet ami WaOiluglon avenue, Is on to
the public. 'I'he bar is silppllei! witli
pure wines, choice llipinr' ami the llnot
liraml of cigar'.
:t-2."i Im A. K'notH, Proprietor.
I'or sale lor twelve bundled dollars,
the Steam Ferryboat N'cIIIl' Thoiua, lay
ing at lllrd's Point. For pariicular.s np
ply at tin; St. I.omN. Iron .Mountain and
Soulhrrn Kailroail olllcc, No. ."m Oliio
.eviT, Cairo, III. :t-2." II.
SoMi.ruiMi Nr.w. Tho lightiing, re
iprocatiug, tin chut ii and egg bi-atcr,
the latc-t ami the best ever made, at A.
Halley's. who Is now selling hi large
lock ol cloves, tin and brittana ware at
greatly reduced price, liivc him a call
U'lorc vou purchase, ll.'i Commercial av
Wo will pay no blll contracted by any
mploye of Tin: I'.ri.i.i.ii.v, uules thn
aine I niailu on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany, and we will accept no onlcr. given
by an employe of the company, lor any
Caiiio Itri.i.ini.v i omi-anv.
NovemlMT It). lh"."i. II
Norni:. Ilanlwaie, tinware and
toe. plow, hand cultivator-, spadcf,
hovels, fork, hoes, rake, step ladders :
al-o keep coii-iautly on hand a line as-
ortiucut of table and pocket cutlery and
builder's hardware. I am sole agent lor
the celebrated Charter Oik Move, ol
whHi I keep in stock a full -npyly of the
dillcrclit si.i'-. The above at lido al
rock bottom figures"
t-o-t iii C. W. 1Ik.mii;i:-(i.n.
l'Jl Coiiimcrcial avenue, Cairo, III-.
I'm- liaiisas anil Culot iitlu.
The Atcbl-oii, Topcka ami Santa l'c
railroad from IC'in'as City ami Atclii-on
on II ic MU-oun liver, via Topckn, tbu
capitol ol K'in-a, ami the beautilul r-
kan-as valley lo the Itotky Mountain.
rheshoite-t r 'lite to Puebclo the Grand
Canon, Colorado Spring. .Maultoii,
Pikes Speak, and all places of note in the
mountain region. Thu favorite route
to Denver and all points In Northern
Colorado. The bet route to Southern
Colorado, New .Mexico and Arizona. The
only dlivi t route to the famous Sail
luau mines. The track ami equipment
uncqualfd, trains run through from
the MI--oiiil river, to t ho Koeky .Moun
tains, making connections In ChIoii de
pots and avoiding delays ami trans-
l or inn iiescriimve cucuiars
map-, time table, etc., addie
1 . .1. ANIIKHSON.
('en'l Pa. Agent, Topcka. Kan.
A .. I laiiiinlry.
It 1- now conceded that Mr.. Coleuiaii
the laiiHilrcss, No. Ii! Fourth street, be
tween Wa-hlngtoii ami Coinmeicial ave
nue, lias one of the best conducted laiiu-
Iry e.-.tabll-bments in the 'ily, ami land
ordsoi hotel and boarding liou-es will
lliul It lo their advantage to call upon
her, I Icr prices are as lollows : Hotel
iml hoaidiiig-lioii-e walihig 7.1 cents
per ilocn. I'or piece woik piicert arc as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 10e; per
do.en, .Mil; -ock. ."c ; two collars, r.c;
two haiidketchk'f, ,"e; ve-ts, -JOe; and
all gentlemen') wear, sOc per dozen.
Ladies plain calico drcssc, -'.'i.; calico
ilrces witli extra trli"iulngs, MK; while
ilresfcs, $ .',"e ; ladles' umlerwiire, line
iml.coare, $1 00 per dozen, l-i! J-lf.
The Ki i.i.i'.ii.n has for saloone iiunilred
loiiut of Job type, Including many series
that arc now generally hi use in tho lht-
lasJobollccs ol thu Pulled State. All
llic-i! founts will lie pold at half their
oilginal cost. .Many of lliein are com
plete and ahnot now, embracing a large
variety, among lliein being I'.-iy-mi
fcripis, Kurcka lexis, iitlu text open,
Plildlau, iluinicd black, inonaMIc, broad
gauge, l)gyitlaii, bank nolo italic, Tus
an, engravers' open, cltlc, I ivueh
arcudnn, etc. Wo oiler the.-o touuts
lor sale liccaiw' wi urn fat renewing the
niatcrlal of tho Itri.i.iniN Job olllcc with
tho latest face.), all costly and adapted to
city iie. In n few days we will fend lo
our country Iricnd circulars displaying
founts separately and In Fciies, to which
will be attached price ami term. Wliero
wholo series are purchased upeclal rcdue
Hour will ho made. Orders lor job print
ing from country oillees promptly tilled.
.lut received by (ioldstlne M. l!oen
Uiislmicre (.im'C'H tintl .Vetllnus.
CaOimcro lace and netting', u splendid
aMirlMicnl, certain lo plea'cthe ladie,
Just In, at .1. Itnrgi r & Co. i'.-Ul-lf
.Mr. I,. W. lint her. a loimcr lejtdent ol
thl clly, died in Nii'bvlllc, 'IVnnw-cu at
nine o'clock vcMcrday inotulng. The
dccc.i'cd wa. a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs.
(icorge Hill, ofthis city.
lio, I'oc (lie Vies I.
A good paying business and stand on
l-.lglitli lictt, between Washington ami
Coinincrcial avcnue-i. for sjiio nt -i hn
gain. For fin thcr particular. Inquire at
thl olllcc. :Wl-tf
I K II .Vol,.
Tliu li.ilik of the Ohio liver, oipo-ltc
liiuconiiui-1ou hoiio of Wood Kitten-
lionsc A, lirothcr. U caving hi consider
ably. Although as jet the cave in does
not amount to much, the fooiici (he wash
is repaired the belter it will be.
1'astci- Moniluy llntr.
Tlie Cairo Alexander Hunting club of
this city aic making their picparallniis
lorn grand ball ami supper itl Schccl's
hall on KaMer Monday night. The com-
niltlci) of arrangements arc W. T. Hccr
warl, 1'lillllp Helm and F. U . Straiisa.
'I'itc ronci'.il il "I liiiniiis I'm ki r.
Tlie rcmahiR ol 'lhoma P.ul.cr, who
died hi thl city on Tiie-day tiioniing,
was bulled at Villa Kidge yetcnlay af
ternoon. I he remain wi re loliowcd to
their last ietlng place by a large num
ber of the friend and iclativei) of Ihede-
I lie Sehouli.
The clo-lng u.vcrcles and examination
In the lootni of Ml Wnlbrldge anil Mls
l.lviugMou, In the high school build.
ing, tool; placo yuitcnlay. Another
large crowd wa In altendanri-. and the
result of the examination wcie cpially
a? grnlilylug as any that have yet taken
TIii' annual meeting of I lie stockholders
ot the Cairo City Gas Co., will Im: held at
thu companle ottlcc, city ot Cairo, Mon
day, April !tj, at 10 o'clock, a.iu., fur the
purpose ot electing dircclori and trans
acting Mich other bu-Im a may coniu
bcfoie them. P.. 1 IIi.aki:, Ste'v.
'Ilie I'liii c.
I'or a ciea.i shave, a fashionable halr
ut, or n thorough Miamjioo, go to .1.
(icorge Stclnhoii-e on Flghth street,
Uexamlcr County Ilank building. III
shop I always neat; hi- towels always
clean ; Id as-l-tants always polite, ami
hi- table covered with thu late-t daily
paper!, lor the benefit of hi- eu-toniei.
A ill-patch from Fort .lellerson to par
tk'sln this city, icceivcd la-t night, slated
that Mr. Kchol. brother-in-law of Mr.
Horace llamion, of thi- city, had been
shot, and that the set vice- yf a phy-Iciau
weiu needed Immediately. Whether thu
hooting wa accident;.! or intended tlie
iiie-age did not .-ay, and tu wire un
able to learn.
'Jlir- S ii i' Iiil 1 1- i -ji I i:ii ( .
The regular MX'iabie of thu luild s Oj
the .Mcthoih-t church will take plate at
thu rcsldcucc of Col.. lame; .IoIiiimiii mil
lady, corner ol Fourteenth street and
(.'omincrclal avenue, this evening. The
sociable will he one of the pleasantcst ol
Iho sea-on. Theru will bu line music
and refreshin"iil,a id an enjoyable even
ing la--urcd to all who attend.
Mr. S. l'osen water of the linn ol Gold
sline A l!oenwater, 1- now and has been
for the pa-t two week in New Voik,
purcha-ing a stock ot new spring goods.
Tlie firm is dally hi receipt of large In.
voice- of new and f.i-hionable spring iliy
good, men' furnishing goods. as
which i hey mi selling al remarkably low
llguie. It will pay you to call around
and see tin-in. It-.'O-If
Oil' C ' I- Cllllloi'llill
Mr. Thorna Fitzgerald, well known lo
nearly every citizen of Cairo, left lat
night for California. Mr. Fitgcrald Im
been a resident ol thl- city for foiiitccu
year, and ha been employed the greater
part ol tho time by the clly aiilliorillcs
in keeping tlie -Idewalks andcios-lugs In
repair. He goes to S;.n Francisco, and
from there to lower California, where he
will look fur a place lo locate.
(.'iiiiiK lo i; must Ille.
We arc told that our fellow cillcn. .Mr.
Jacob Schlc-Mnger, the photographer,
has made up his mind to leave us. Ho
will niovo Ids gallery to K.ivau-ville.
which place ho Intends making his lutiiic.
home, ami intends to go into the photo
graph bu-iue.-i. Mr. Schlo-iuger and
Ids lamily, wo aic told, will Mart on
riumliy, and although we aic rorry to
loe tliem, we hope they may be crowned
with iMcccsi In tlni day to come.
The I.eap-Ye.ir parly of the coloiul
ladle, hi connection with Iho cdcbialioii
of tlie colored Odd Fellow,-, at Wa-lnng-ton
hall ou Tuesday nlglit, was a gay af
fair. The eoloicd girls had the mallir
all thetr own way, and the maimer in
which llic.v Knew money about was a
caution. The dMiilmlioii of picFcnln
and the vole to decide who wiih ll.n moM.
popular lady In tho assembly, wa post-
I ed until next week, and thcpaily was
wound up with a big dance.
Slua Hawkins, a colored I'orluuc-lclhir
was up before .bulge, liross yc-tcrday
morning, ou complaint of l.uey Smith,
who alleged lhat Slna calltd her names
that lire not generally applied lo ladles
of unquestioned character; hut Slna do"
tiled tho (hinge. "She would hike the
shoes oil' her own feet and g.i barefooted
In flic dead ol winter." - l.e s.ilu, "rather
than ce l.ncy or her d'arold mother,
cither, sutler," which pi 'uding was too
iiuicli for even the liaril heart of .fudge
Kro, and ho left lie :o without pun
lilt 'olorcil Si-lioitls.
The pupil In tlie Ilrt prlmarv depart.
incut, taught by Ml" Khnlra Coielaml,
mid thou In Iho second primary depart
ment, of tho colored chnoN, taught by
Mls D.ivl. were exainhnd yctcrday.
The rooms were filled with vUltors-
anioiig whom were iiiany of out proud
hunt white cltl.cn, ami tlie proceeding
of the pupils showed that much lime and
care had been taken in their drilling.
The teachers arc highly complimented hy
those- who witnessed the examination.
To-d.iy the time will be devoted to the
pupils in the room ol .Ml M. K. Mo
I'.rido and Ml-s Virginia Copcland. To
morrow ntlcruoou flic rlutoiical excr
ci'.c of all the rooim will take place.
Dr, Hcbcrn Clallln ofthcNoithwc'tcni
Cancer InMltuto No. I :i7:t. Wnbasb nvc.
nue, Cldcago, will he In Cairo, at the St
Chin lea hotel. April 'Jlst and 'JJd to treat
patients for this dreaded dl-cae. Can
cent may be surely, speedily and permit
ncnlly ciiictl, in all its foi m, Il taken be
foie tlie pathnt Is too far gone without
the u-e ol Hie knife, with little or no pain,
and wllliout (lcbllltatlng tho patient.
'I Ids remedy was discovered by Dr
Cl.illln, nud Is known only to hiinclf.
Having tctcd Its illlcncy thoroughly
during twenty ytiirs' tuactlcc, he I pre
pared to guarantee an aboiiite and per
maiient cine hi cvt ry case ho iiiidcrtakoc.
I lll'.V M'tlc Culler, mill Weill 111 Jnll.
Mr. .lames Law, watchman at Hallldav
A. Phillips' wh.irl-boat., yesterday morn
ing lit upon two negroes named Ander
son McGiilroanil Alex lloone, who have
been making thcnisclves too numerous
ibuut I lio wharf for several day. He
inls.cd a tub of delicious Gilt Kdge but
ter froin thu boat, and butter bclngat
picst-nt M Arce and very high hi price,
Law left thai lie wa In ilnty bound to
iitch the thicvcs,auil be spottel McGuire
and lioonu a tin guilty parties. They
were taken btlore .fudge Bros- ami given
a hearing, and beldtj bail In live hun
dred dollars each, to niiswvr tlie charge
at the next term of the Alexander circuit
court. They could tlnd no one to go their
ball, and were locked iqi In thu county
jail. Law found hi butter hid tin icr a
hog-head on the guard of the u liar-boat
where tho ncgioes had put It.
Ili ev llll s
The Cairo and Vinccnncs railroad i
h.ivln Its telegraph wires .inl poles re
paired. Special bargains In muslin-at Gold
stine .v. Kosi'invater's. H-'iH-tf
Thu palatial steamer Thomp
son Dean will pay Cairo a visit to-day.
This will be the lir.-t glimpse our people
have had of her for many months.
l'.oat riding, on Lake Kdwanl,
would bu thu fashionable ami principal
amu-emcut now, If the weather was a lit
tle more propitlou.
l ice -ays we arc to have another big
storm to-day, and that it will be the
windiest and mo-t iimiily hiirilcanc wc
havu yet cxpt rienccd.
A splendid selection of cheviots ju-t
rcei'ivi'il at Gold-.line A Ko.-niwater's.
Tfiu slockholder-i of the Cairo City
Gas company hold their annual meeting
at thu company's olllce in tlii cily, ou
Monday, A pi II tlilrd, when (hey make
their yearly election of director.
The examination of the higher
branches of study in the high schools
will commence to-day. They will bu In
teresting, and the public generally is In
vited. It said that thu coining election for
member's ot thu board of education will
be very warm ; that both Mr. S.iilord and
Mr. Stratton will be bitterly opposed, but
it i generally believed that u strong
'enough prcuro cannot be brought agihiM
them to liihiir about their defeat.
Thu colored voters hold a mass meet
ing nt l.onergan's hall lust night, lo elect
a delegate to thu colored convention,
Judge ltlrd ol tills cily wa the man se
lected, and abetter, or a more Intelligent
colored man could not have been found.
The liver are about a high as they
were at the last great rl-e. but our levees
aic now In good condition, and every
body ii happy. Tlie only man who 1
not happy, we havu to say, Is Iflake, who
is in a dilemma to know how to pay that
$'J,7.VJ.Sil with $01ll..'l.
Tho stock lor Kollicblld A Company's
Itoyal Victoila Circus and Menagrie, con
tinue to arrive. Many of the animals
and all the canvass, -eats, w.igon, etc.,
of the Institution, which has bicn kept in
Call o through the iv Inter, me now being
put In readiues for tho Miiumcr cam
paign. The concern start out on Its
tour about Ihc tenth of April.
Mr-. Ilrahle, who took an overdose
of lamlnain on Sunday aflei noon, I get
Captain .1. Wllvcruian, commander of
the steamer I'M llobh, Is at the St.
Mr. A. -M Slraltounnd Mr. II. A.
Atkinson, ol SI. I.oiils, aru registered nt
the St. Charles.
Slicrill'livln has got home again, and
will soon begin lo look after Hie coming
campaign, we suppose,
F.vcryboily is Invited to attend the
sociable at the Iioho of Mr. mid Mr.',
.lames .lohnsou lid evening.
Mrs, Morrin niul child, of SI. Louis',
wlio have been in lids city lor fcvcral
weeks, vl-lllng at Hie residence of 1 1. C
Ford, returned to their homo ycstcnlay.
Shcilll Irvlii encountered Alderman
Tom Halliday In New Orleans ou Sun
day. He says he Is getting much belter,
and will be hilly recovered In u tliort
Mr. K. P. Vorkston, of the Campbell
I - 1 1 1 1 ii tr Press and Manufacturing Com.
I n ' -
! pany, :i!i lleckinan street, New York
clly, is in Cairo, and called upon the
Dr. Holdcii, funnel ly of Cairo, now
u resident of .lonoboro, l In the city,
The doctor Is getting liie hi years, but
lime deals gently with him. and he I a
hale and hearty a a robust liny. .
Mr. 'A, D. Malhn, who ha been In
this cily .settling up hi bnincs mlair,
since hu dlspocd of his commission
lioii'c, left for his future home in Chi
eago yesterday evening.
11.. M. Galdlng, loiite agent of the
American Kxprcss company, for the
Cairo and Cldcago division. Is at the Si.
C'liai le. Hu i ou hi regular tiln over
.the road, seeing to It that everything l
In complete working order.
Mr. O. I,. Mi-ch ot the Chicago 7',t
wa In the city ye-terday, and paid
his rcpects to Hie llfi.i.r.n.v olllcc. lie
ha been traveling through many of the
.Southern States for his health, which is
impaired, ami I now on his way home.
The Charleston (Mo..) Cvmier ays
'Our frit ml Dave lllaek, of the ilrm of
Sol. Ko-eiislelne ,i Co., leaves next Mon.
day for an extended tour through H e
South, and will, while out, go as tar
South as Cuba.
Mr. Thomas Wliltlock. of this city,
ha accepted the position of agent for the
States of llliuol- and Missouri, for the
Singer Manufacturing Company, manu
facturers and dealers In i-ewliig llks, ma
chine twist and llnneii ai'il cotton thread-.
Hi hcadqiiaitcrs are at No. 101, Not lb
Filth street, St. Loiil.
Hon. Kobert A. Hatcher, member of
congress, from Mlisppi county, Mi
sourl, was in the city yesterday, ilu has
been paying id family a liort vIMt. mid
Is on hi wav back to W.-iOiliiefou.
While in this city he visited the
school-, In company with Mr. Sall'onl
and Mr. Stiatton. ami sceiued much '
plcas.ed witli thl) exeiclc.
C'liciili Italc Ik Dm Wi st. i
The Missouri Pacilli Through Line is
selling ticket from St. Louis to Texn.
Ivana, C -dorado, Nebraska, Cheyenne,
Custer City, lllaek Hill, Oregon and
California at ureal I v reduced rale, chcmi
f'olorado excur-lon ticket-will omi be
placed ou sale. Map, pamphlet, clnai
l.u , rates, time-table, etc.. with full and
reliable information, will be furnl-lied
frco or charge upon application in per
son or by letter to S. II. Thompson,
Mrgiuiaavc, Indianapolis, link, or I;.
A. FOltl), General Pacii!:er A"cnt. '."
South Fourth street, St. Lou!, Mo.
All ipu-tion promptly answered.
He In Time !
Old people, vhou blood 1 sour and
thin, or young folk (with adolescent bu
mor In their Vein-) ,-lionld eletn-e their
system by using Wl-harl'.- Pin Tree Tar
Cordial, whenever they have any ulcera
tion in thu throat or lung, or ruuiilug
sore. ou Hie external skin .' (IS)-wlt
ltonsi Kci;hi, A I leu I Ion.
Do you know that. I. Kurgcr A. Co. are
in receipt of a niagnillecntllnu ot carpets
and oil clothe, all the very late-t styles
and ilc-lgn ; The llr-t arrival of the ea
sou. Stop hi ami examine their stock.
I'.llllil iildci Ivs.
A beautiful line of new etnbloideiles
just received by thu iccognized 'embroid
ery liou-e" of Cairo .1. Ilnrgi r A. Co.
All 4'lii-uiilc OlNC.it", C'ureil
in in:, ut i.iz.
He I-loeated in Cairo, llliuoi-, and i--lill
calling ou you to lie healed. Why
will you die of old chionlc di-ea-c-, when
you can be cured Willi to little co.-t or
money. Do not give It up yet, fur ilu re
I Mill balm hi Gllead. Cairo I tin
place to come to bu cured ol all your
aches and pain.
I am now picparcd at my olllcc to give
medicated hath, and pcr-ons wi-hlug to
receive such, will call at my olllcu on
Klghth street, No. 'J'.', from the hours ol
2 li.ui. till ! p.m. Also plain b.llb. hot
bath, warm b.itlw, cold bath, or vapor
baths. Al-o persons having the con
sumption or week lung-, .md vvl-hlng lo
leieivi! meillciues by inlialalion, call re
ceive tlie treatment al my olllce, thl he
lug tlie only true way of gelling medl
cine direct to the lung. Also I treat dis
eases ol I he eyes of years standing, and
the blind has been made to see by my
treatment. All dl-ea'cs of Hie ,-klu
cure. Fistula cured by me without tin
use of the knife. If you have u cancer,
come and lie cured. All private dl-casci
In the .-.holiest time, cured by me. In
short, for all chronic disease of the hu
man system, go to Dr. Hull. If you wUh
to be cuicd. 1 compound and prcpaieall
my medicines at my olllce. It 1 said
that practice makes perfect. I have been
thirlv rears ii practicing physician.
All letters ami eouiuiuuieatlous shall
he conildeiitlal anil promptly attended lo
bv me. Direct Dn. lli i.i,
No. -12 Klghth street, Cairo. Illinois,
Ki.aii Tins. lihd cagis, liowfi stauds
Ilowcr Ir.iiu, inos basket, Ice cream
fieczer, toilet ware, bath tub-, lamp
chimneys, oil, Hilling irons and Muling
scNors ; also a lull supply ot plain and
stamped tinware, vv hole-ale and retail,
by C. W. I lender-ou, IUI Conimeielal av
enue, Calm. Illinois. :t-o Im
1 1 aii vn's .Maiixoi.i v ll.vi.M preserves and
icstores Hie complexion ; rciuovi h freck
le, tan and sallowuess ; makes thu skin
soft, white null delicate. It application
cannot be detected. ll-IO-il.vwly.
I, vox's Kai iiAHioN makes beautiful,
glossv, luMiiiaut lialr; prevents its tail
ing out or turning gray. It has stood Hie
test of 10 years, is charmingly perfumed,
and has no rival. J! 1 A h
NOlt'l'Il SWH OF KIUHVII RTRKK1
Butween Wailitnton tint Ooiuomrotul
W All IIXl-AtttMKNT Hivmi Itr.MtlT
it. ; in.
rr. i i:c.
! In n (,
II Ml s
o M il
0 M Ii
tl Xfi I
... ! a.1
'Sew Orlciiit a
llclinvlilirli vinlii-nr 1-ifi "
Sfi-(vuil,SUliil Sim Iii-, f... A.
Steamer .llm l'l-k, l'ndueah.
" Liberty No. land tow, St. Loiil-.
" Clly ot Chester, -St. l.oul.
" Kflle of Mctupht-, Mcmphl.
.lo-cph lllgby, tow, St. l.oul,,
" Kobt. Mitchell, Cincinnati.
Ins. D. Parker, Cincinnati.
.. e i . ... ...
uiiiiou ociui, .ew (;i'iea-..
Steamer .llm Flsk, I'.idiKMh.
" City Chester .Meuiphl.
Hullo Mcmphl, St. I s.
" .loJcph lllgby, low, St. Loiil.
Kobt. Mlelhell, New Olraen.
" da. D. Paiker, Memphis.
wi. vi nun ami iii'sixi:.
The wcalber wa waiiner and plua
nnlcr yctcrday, thoiigv a chilly north,
west winds prevailed all thioiigh the day.
lhislnesi was dull, liiougli lu l-kir than
tlie day pH violl. Theie is only a slight
movement In freight of all UiinU. '1 be
Ohio river ro-e Ix Inches ve-terday. Tin
St. Louis (llobt-Dmv ml of yeterday,
2!Hb, says: "The html has coiuiiieneiil to
play as the liver ha rl-cu Inurlecn
Inches sinci yesterday inoinlng, ami wa
ilsingat the rate ol two inches per hour
at H p.m.
Itctueen live and six thousand sacks ot
coin vvern lot by tbu caving in of the
h.ink and w.irehoii-onl .Vew.Madrid la-l
week. The lo-s wa total, ami aimmnt
to about $8,000.
S.iy the Memphis .lrj(in.A : 'Thc
livciaml harbor appropriation bill for
the ensuing iNcil year ha- been complet
ed by the siib e.iiiinilllie ol commcice hi
Hu- ualioual conrc. It loots up about
$i),iJO0,)O0 or $10,000,000 les than the
proposed estimate. Thu Northwest Is
treated about a liberally a it was last
yiar, but owing to the extreme and Im-
poitant air of secrecy which Chairman
Hereford places around thu bill, none of
il inlcre-ting points have been obtained.
Thu bill will be leporled to the full com
mittee In a few ib.ys ami then to the
CAIRO AND NEW ORLEANS.
The Kit-g.vit l':ionii'r Steamer
W. 11. Miller Cap'aln.
Geo. Mlltenlicrger - i t,-rk.
Will leave lur Memphis Ykk-liur a-d
New UileJiis on Tlni'siUy, Mnrt'li !!tli,
Fur freight cr p.i--niro applv on Ilie
wharf boat of llalliil.iy A I'hllllp-.'
I 'VY V irliii.irmi f.....iiliiu In tin- iliiK.-li.il lir
illii i ll Ik uf Ilu eiiriiit l imit ill' .Vl:tii!rr
county. In Ilie Man-ut' llliiiiil-, In rnvornt' tin1
l'i)ili ol tit Mult ut' Itlliiitls uml iiicnlnst Hrnr.
Waimih W, lib niul Amlirn .1. I uric. I lure liv-
iisl np'iii Ilu I'lilluvrlii'.' itirurll't'il 1 1 1 n crl v . In
tins vininlyol Alc.iinli'i niul stair m IHim-K ln
wli: 'lli(iiiillii'..iiiiriiTiil'-i.'iliin iiiiic ri ,hi
uuiii-iiii -eii'-iin-ii iiii miiiiii. iiuiw'i. inn t:j
unit nl' llm .(fit I M In llm I'liiint,-i.r .Mi.t.m.
ilcr.'iii'i -Ii ! nl' 1 . 1 1 n ii i , anil iil-u lut limntiriiil
niiiiy-nii .i.;iii Hun k iiitiiii .-( tt i i iuaiicu (i-i.
Ill Ilu licit iiil'llliun to Ilu i'IIv ol' I aim, cntiiilt
tit A I 'Via lir -ml -tali' nl 1 1 1 1 in i i -. . ii.i llii'iriiK'i
If oflln -.lit llini VVati-uii WiUli.ulm'li I -lull
i aV rut 1'iitilic Milt- nt Ilie -.onlliur.t iIimii uI' tin
'null li'iu-c In tin-rity iif l-aliii. In tin- I'minly
nl' AU' imli'i anil --tat' iir llllti'iisiin thu .'Hill iluy
of Aiill, A. l. tsTil. at lln liniir ut' ctrven
u'l'lnrU, tl. til, ut' siuil -lay, I'ur c uli, in H.itl,n
iitJiA c itlnti. Al.K.X II IIIVIS.
1 n- i 1 V t f Mi'X.initrr ( uunlv lllimils
I iilro. Illinois, Maii'li -T'lh 1-M
.'I .IJ-ll t-ll AC.
II MtCI-IU'lll. , llli , .Ian 1 IsTli.
Ullli! IN1U 111 I II I fl LT II I I'll' htllltTlltl lirlll'll
ill foul 1'U'i' llnlll nil llllliliriU(s. rslK-tinllr
aiujiiisi ini-KiiurH lino iiouii'iiiiiu ii-t s'l'iiernuy .
ivliii'li u i will ililhrr in lull ii, mi t lio Cii I Ii i mnl
Vim rum s luii'k liy thi'i-ar ln.i'l iil'.lisi 1mi-Ik li
nt llllir (J) i'i III I'l l' I. II. In 1, lirtUu iIiiIIiiimiiihI
Iwi'iily-lbei'i'iilit ttii '.:'') pi r Ion
VVValsii liuvea viry sninalor iiillilo of Nut
I -.il hli 11 uu will ilctlM i on luii'k nt olxlii n
(l ) (lull.lln 'iT r:ll i'U 1'llaln.ln. I 'in I It k mil
u iilihi il far lu.nl n ill call iiioii I' .Al VVnuliin
I ikIiIIi lnn, l.i lHii'ii 1 1 .nun n'l.il mi'l VV mh
inL'tonnviaiiirs, mnl lu .1 1 1 1 .1 1 I ii I ii'ii-unulilr
I tcins . Mr VV nut will nlsii ililbir IliU co.il Ii
nn . n I ol' Ilu elly nl "M fJ n ri'.ii' loail, :iui k
llil I'uiil i'okIuIiiiiiI Tn r ! ill . All lln I'nal
ii-i.l In ll.i- ( ' mnl V It II. I ii'illi'il t loin
uiiriiilin"i,iiinl II has no iiiiu iior In Hit iikoIi t,
Aililri'ss nil oiili is I'oi i'oal In
Jas. A. ViallcSc Co.,
trTI' JI W'niil. , Im IriiniH unit Hill ill
Ivi'i- tills runt at M Wi in rear l.'.M-illl.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
lloolltig and auttorliu? jiooialty
Slnto Jlooflinrj n Sr'coiulty in
nny pnt't of Southern
MKhtninK Itotln. I'lliupa, Gtovo3
Jotil lnU Promptly D0111,
A tt"' r v h r o it K.
WUOLF.UALE AND BETA 1 1,,
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Closo.
Corm-r 10th St. and Commurclal Av
C 0. PATIER A CO.
O. N. HUGHES,
Oror Mathun & Uhl'i.
Nf.tniciljUl l'l"'"('lu" CVniiiniilM repre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHZO LEVEE,
City Jfatiornl Bank Building, up-iU!ri.
The Olrtcbt Established Aitonoy in South
rn Illinois, ropreoonttnK ovir
ff!: OOO 000
OM.ll ISSIO.N .HKKI'IIAMTK.
K l Ayrvn. S. U. Ajn-J.
AYRES & CO.'
No mi Ohio xtv,
" in ir.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kiinli Ininl niul con,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, cttc.
Mill and Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
STRATTON & BIRD,
AQENT3 AUKIIIOAN POWDER 00
57 Ohio IiOvoo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCIAI. ttltintloi kIvpu MciiiuUnmcnH and
B. F. PARKER,
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window GIhi, Win
clow Shades, 4tc.
Ahiuyi ou hand, the cltbrmted IIJuafMtlB
Corner Elnth 8trt ut WasfelUT