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BEORBT BOOIKTIEft
AHHAI.O.N I.OItUK, NO. M.
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IVlllUM' Ultll --
Cliinllor:oiiiiniT,
AI.KXANIIKK I.OIMJK. NO. 1U4,
VMVIV a( hulf jmti urtHi, in innr hhii nn
oiuirn-n Ul meiuir twlwwn nlxtli mmJ .Sffi-hlh
r IAIHO KNCAMl'MKNI', I O. '. iumU
lut-KliiT luetrfT luolitti, at lulf.ial trvrii
Ji II Oo-iman, (,'
Aoaihoi.oduk.no -.ot.a k aa.ji
Ilnl.l rfLTiitar rmritiiin.li MtiDiift In Ma
ftVlll Wmfril'IW IIHIl ,111111' IIIBIMUM MIIIU
jaoiiif lUIl, tuner Loiiiiiitirlnl avtimr
' " 'Mill Miriitji mill, mi u.r nor,n aim
uiiii .noniiar m i4i ii mourn
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
hOlt
2 Stoii' room mi
kknt.
l.i.'X'i: sired, above
r.ighih,
Two good collages on Tv 1'iity-V ittlti
i-luel, near Commercial avenue,
Mom riiiim on Commercial avenue,
next to Wnvcrly hotel, J 10.
(lOIld dwelling ll(lUo (Ml Walllllt, Ih-
twern Tweiity-ii cniiil uml Twcnty-th'nl
ttrccu,
-Store-room corner Twculiclh and
I'oplar trccU, ilU fin.
Store room adjoining above,
Twostorv house on ."Hi street, west
of Washington avenue,!.".
Houe on Walnut street, near Center
pleasant premises, $11 Ml,
House on Commercial avenue, near
1'Jtli street. Suitable for tut-tin-.- mid
1 1 will I UK. I !'
lion"1 on Commercial avenue, above
bill trect. Suitable lor buine anil
dwelling, $Ili.
Winter's Block-suitable for Hotel
Oillces or Hindncs rooms cheap.
'1'elK'tnelitH lllliubereil I. 8, ! Illlil
1(1, Winter' I tow, f roniiik eaeb for $10
mt inoutb.
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I room-', ST.
Store room In "l'llot lloii-e," lately
occupied by A. Ilalley.
Dwelling hon-e on Sixth street ami
.Iclfcrsoti avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and pieiul
cs Kent low, to a good teinnt.
Store room, coiner Twenllcth anil
Washington avenue, iVla inoutb.
lioom In various parts ol (lie city.
KOItl.KASKOKSAI.i:.
LmiiN, In tract to Mitt, near Cairo.
tf.s-lS
Itunui in Ity.Ni.-Fonr rooms, and a
neat cottage oil Thild Sllcel, free floui
1m; water, ami in good conililiou. Kn
ouire of Win. Mcllale, at the Delta
floil'c. J-I.Vif.
A. II ti.i.hV.A llnelot of table ami
pocket cutlery, nlo sp.uh-s shovels
boi'S ral.es forks,avc and a general line
of b,'iiilare jti-i received by A. Ilalley,
ll.'i Comiuerrlal :ii'iuie. U-lS-Hiu.
.Ii'xi lt.vkiVKii' A. Ilalley b.w jut
leeel.'cila line bit ol eatinry ami iniM'k
iim binl cav. tlower minis Mower
trainer, baskets atelier, heart- anil
wreathes wbieb lie ba inaikeil ery low,
at lir. Commcrelal avenue. 'J-IS-:tiii.
lii.i'iruiK AiiMi Ktio lti:ri.t:. Swiet
Cieaiu. Cii'lanl Wblji ami PioMin;;
maker. I.iebttilii); ItecliiroentiiiK tin
eliiirn. Itet In Ibo uorlil. Tiy the ejj;
beat I ami iliiirn ami ! comiini'.d. For
'ale by C. W. Ileinlerson, l!il Coinmcr
i nil axenile. Calm, llllimls
It .Villi
Xuiilt iii I sippiiii. amllil.ites
llltiy II, e Ibe eiillllllll- ill Hie lll'l.l.t: I l.s
to btlnj; their n:lli;t' betore Ibe ieoile, at
the folhiwlui; late. C'nA in mltunt
City Clei)., City Ticniuer, i'n All
leruiaii, $'J. No vaii. illuii limu Hie cmh
m mltniiet rule. If
Sr. i. Km n. - ! Koch, al bis iboji ami
ttOle loom, No. '.i0 Cniiiiiieielal avelllio,
has lor ale a -toe), ol Unit aiel .-hoes of
his own mal.e ; aim a lare .stool, of St.
I.oiiIj eiiitom inailif boom ami -boey. lie
k.epslhe liet mateilal ami l up III all
the latest Mjh s Ills tits are peibi t, ami
'nllsl'actlou Is ,u:tranleeil. Hive bltn a
eilll- il'J.t-tf
HOUSES
DWELLINGS
Fori xx2rlx
Dwelling lioue, 7 room'!!; 10 lots
cnclnxetl, in jjood order, on Twenty
foiirlh and Walnut Mreets lieu! low to
it good tenant.
Dwelling hou'i-, I rooms and base
ment, on roplar (-tieet, iictwrcn Thir
teenth and Fourteenth s-treot.. Kent
$it!.:o.
Two teiieiucnU on west side of Com
mercial nvenuo near Fifth street, cullablo
tor flmp and dwelliti);. Itent for each, $8
per month.
Dwelling hou'e, 5 rooms on Fifth
-trect near Walnut, In good repair. Kent
$1-J.r( per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Tweuly-llrst street, near Sycamore
north ide. Cent $j, per mouth.
Two small houcs, northwest corner
Fifteenth and L'opular. Itent low.
ltaaeincnt of brlek building, west hide
nr Washington avenue near Klghteeiith
street, live rooms in good comlllioul
Kent low.
Hulldlng on cat side of Comnuielal
avenue, near Tenth Mrect, suitable for
empeiiter shop. Cheap rent.
Ituildmg on west Miln of Commerelal
tivenue, near Twellth street, Old "tllly
Hall," Kent very low.
Tenements, oillces and rooms hi vari
ous lucatioiis. Ileutb low.
- Lots and lands for sain or lean.
.IllUN (j. ll.ill.VUN Jli Co,,
Ileal Kslatn Agents, corner .Sixth ami
Level' streets. M-IMf
kiia tauten.
Freuli arrival ot a very lurtsn anion
inent ol ladles' and genu' kid gloves nt
.1 llurgrr & Co.
gltf liin.
foil .-IIKHIKF.
Wr ir nlithi.iliM liiiinii'iillii'i' It. A. K.il-
IiiiiiiiIiiiiii U ii n liiilriK-inlriit Iti'iilllmiMli lain 1 1
ilule lot 'linlff, nt Mie nuillliK ruinity -ln Hon
run ci i v c i.kui;
I.I.I li. H III I.L11IS I I'lea-r aiiiioiiut v that lain
lainllilutf lor Hie (.luce nil it) Link, kI tin-up
lirosdilhKi'ltri'lcctl'iii VVll.l. I. lUttKDK,
V Mr uiitliullril ti mibuniiie M.i- lialnr of
JA3IKS MTKWAIU in tt i iinillilalf tut Hi
ftliiml til) (.11 1, nt tlici iifillliK i'Uv It-r tloii.
We ul t- Hlllhullnl til miUIlllll' lln' llalliv l'f
I A.M.hV nn.intlilole Iit ir-rli-clloii lu
llirotli(-iil II) I Ul L at llif rnmliiK clmrtu
Urtlnn. U
hii villi tit Kll' l A llON'
Mr WlllimiiSlnttiiii l ln-n-l'V mitiniiiirnl s
iHiiiliilnlrliir Mnnurui on" iwm "i r.uurniiui
Clpctlun, Suliinlay, April lit.
CITY NEWS.
FltlDAV. MAIt:H:il,lS70.
I.rl Wttftthf-r Hrpnrl.
Cimo, Ili... tlnrcti 'JV, 7C
iIme. Iim. Tu H'ihu.J Vil. I i
7.in ViDI.'l K. MV I i I
II ' w M7 J ' IV I
p. in V, S f. I (l
Jill," I9i 'It I t I'
Clmr.
ilo
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to
.lAJIKs A I CON.
Hrri-miit. HIkiuI fc-rvlrr, V S A.
AlieiUlmi t IK-nlrro.
We have four ilox'ii Imitation F.bony
nr:iL'ue Caii-Olx-ners. taken for advrr-
tl-lng, which wo will sell at two dollnrfi
MTiloefi. Inquire, at llullctin ollice.
Kirrlklnr NntnoH.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
trect and Washington avenue, U om-ii to
the public The bar is supplied with
pure wines, choice lliplori and the lines!
hraud of cigars.
:W.VIni A. Knot's, Proprietor.
for Kulr.
For ae for twelve hundred dollars
the Steam Ferryboat Nellie Thomas lay
ing at IHnl's Point. For particulars ap
ply at the St. Louis Iron .Mountain ami
Southern Kallroail nltlco. So. .. Ohio
Levee, Cairo, III. :i-2.1tl.
.Somki minis Nkw. The lluhtuug, re-
cipnxiitlng, tin churn and egg beater,
the latr-t and the lx:t ever made, at A.
I (alley's, who Is now selling his large
Mock ol stoves, tin and brittana ware at
greatly reduced prices. (Jive him a call
bclorc you purchase, Ufi Commercial av
ille. 2-IV.mi,
.ollrr.
Wu will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Bt'l.i.r.iiN, unless the
lame is made on a written order lgued
by the proldciil or secretary of the com
p.my, and we will accept no orderi given
by an employe of the company, lor any
purpose whatsoever.
C.VIIIO Hl'I.I.KIIN ( OUt'.VNV.
NovciiiIkt lit. 1H7.1. tt
.Noiii k. Il.'iidware, tinware and
Moves, plows, hand cultivators, spades,
.hovels, forks bo's rakes step ladders ;
aUo keep coiittautly on hand a lino a-
ortim.'tit ol table and pocket cutlery and
bulldei'-hardware. 1 am ole agent lor
the celebrated ('barter O.ik stoves, of
vvhk'h I keep in stock a full Mipyly of the
lill'erelit sles. The above uitleles at
"rock bottom llgtues'"
r-i in c. w. Hi!Nii:it-uN,
1!M Comiuerclul avenue, Cairo, UN.
tor Umiihiih himI ColornUu.
The AtchUon, ToM'ka and Santa Fe
railroad from ICaica- City and Atchison
on the Mlf-oun liver, via Topcka, Ibe
c.ipllol ol Ivau-a-, and tint U'autllul r-
kanas valley to the Koiky Mountains
The sblil'lct r 'lite to I'llcbelo the (Jriind
Canon, Colorado Springs .Maultou,
'llii'f, Speak, and all places uf note In the
mountain legions The favorite toute
to Denver ami all points In Noilhcru
Coloiado. The best route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. The
only direct route to Ibe famous San
luaii mines. The track ami equipment
Is uncrptaled, trains run through from
the Ml.sourl river, to the Itoeky Moun
tains, making connections hi Union de
pots uml avoiding delays and trans
tern. For lull descriptive circulars
maps lime tables, etc., address
T. .1. ANPr-llsON.
(Jcii'l Fass. Agent, Topcka. Kan.
1-ln-iUvvly.
A No I I.Hiumrj .
It is now coucisled that Mrs. Coleman
Ibe laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial nvej
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the ?lty, and land
lords ol hotels and boarding houses will
Uml it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single slilrtand collar, 10c; per
dozen, SOe; socks, 5c; two collars, 6c;
two handkerchiefs, oc; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, SOe. per dozen.
.miles plain calico dresi.es, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
(Irenes, $1 25c ; ladles' undervvare, tine,
andeoarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-2.1-tf.
The llt'i.i.n ri.N has (or sale one numlred
lounts or Job type, Including many series
that are now generally hi use in the llrst-
class job oillces of the United States. All
these lounts will be sold at half their
otlglual cost. Many of them are com
plete and almost new, embracing a largo
variety, among them being Puyson
scripts, Kureka texts, title text open,
riildlau, rimmed black, monastic, broad
gauge, F.gyptlan, bank note italic. Tus
can, engravers' open, Celtic, French
clarendon, ele. We, oiler these lounts
(or sale liecause we are fast renewing the
material of the Hi'i.i.kiin job ollice with
the latest faces, nil costly and adapted to
city use. In n few days we will send to
our country Irlends circulars, displaying
founts separately and In series, to which
will he attached nrice and terms. Where
whole series are purchased wpecltil reduc.
i lions will he made. Order lor Job print
' lug Irom country olllecs promptly llllrdi
I f
Ceuif unlal Hut
Just tecelved by Onldiliuv ,V llowu
water. :i-2s.,
Oiinr lo Sew Orlraim,
Captain !. M. I'lillllp- has gone to New
Orleans, lie went down on the great
steamer Thompson Dean, uml will re
turn on the next trip up ol the Dean.
t.mliriililcrO-K.
A beautiful line of new embioldeiles
Just tecelved by the recognized "embrold
cry bouse" orCalro-.L Hurler A Co.
Il'JI-tf
llu. I'm' Ihe Mesl
A yood paying bioinesa and stand on
Llglilh strict, between Washington and
Commercial avenues for sale at a lur
gain. For rniUier particulars, Impilre at
tlil ottlic. :i-ai ti
Oil lor Hrrrmlloii.
It Is Mld that the larger numlier ol our
teacher, who have l)eeu nenned up In
their school rooms since December, wll
all leave the city for a weeks visit and
recreation In neighboring eltl" and vlll
ages.
T lr Slolil
The ton boat Ooveruor Allen, which
has been lying at the wharf near the foot
of F.ighth street for the p.'ut mouth, will
be sold at auction to the highest bidder
by Deputy I'lilteil States Marshal I'eter
Saup, to-morniw.
I.K Mrokrii.
A physician wan sent for Irom Mini's
Point yesterday, stating that ono of the
section hands of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain and Southern Kallroad com
pany had bad one of his legs broken.
Dr. Uardncr answered the summons,
Hotter krrprra, Attrntlnu.
Do you know that .1. Burger A. (To. arc
In receipt of a magnificent line ol carpets
and oil clothes, nil the very latest styles
and deigns ? The llrst arrival of the sea
son. Stop in and examine their stock.
:i-21-tj
He lit Time I
Old people, whose blood Is sour and
thin, or young lolks (with adolescent hu
mor In their Veins) should cleanse tln lr
system by using Wlshart's Pins Tree Tar
Cordial, whenever they have any ulcera
tion In the throat or lungs, or running
sores on the external skin ! (IS)-vvlt
Kaalcr Moutlnx-
The Del In City Cornet Hand celebrates
Its third anniversary at Hinge's hall on
Faster Monday night. The committees;
are hard at work getting everything in
readiness lor the event, which they pro"
pose to make the biggest kind of a suc
cess. Nollre.
I'lie annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Cairo City (ias Co., will lie held at
the companies ofllec, city ol Cairo, Mon
day, April ,'M, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for the
purpose ol electing directors mid trans
acting such other business at may come
hefore thorn. H. F. Bt.sKK.See'v.
:u?o-td
I'll ii r ml.
Mr. Tucker, wife of Harry Tucker,
colored, who died on Wednesday, was
buried by the Free Benevolent Sons of
America, and the Colon Aid Society,
both colored orders, yesterday afternoon.
I'he lunrrat was largely attended. Both
.societies turned out In lull regalia. The
remains were taken to the place of burial
iy special t niln on the Illinois Central.
'I lie IMHce-.
For a clca.i .-have, a fashionable hair
cut, or a Iboiougb shampoo, go to .1.
Ocorge Stelnhoue on F.ighth .street,
Alexander County Bank building. Ills
shop Is always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
his tables covered with the latest dally
papers, lor the benefit nf his eii'tomers
a-'W-tr.
Hilt llniikriiit Wale.
A big bankrupt sale Is now going on
in the room formerly occupied by ,1.
Burger .V Co., corner of Ninth street and
Commercial avenue, and parlies desiring
to purchase anything hi (he Hue of goods
being sold should not full to call. The
goods consUt of tine lurnlshliig goods
and notions, and great bargains are
o lie l oil In them.
New OimmU.
Mr. S. Itosenwaterof the linn of (lold-
stlue & Koscuwatcr, Is now and has been
for the nasi two weeks in New Vork,
purchasing a stock ol new spring goods.
The llrm Is dally In receipt of large In.
voices of new nud fashionable spring dry
goods, men's furnishing goods, Ac,
which they arc selling at remarkably low
llgures. It will pay you to call around
and see Ihem. :-20-tf
I.HUt ltbt' Kiirlablr.
The sociable at the house ol Mr. and
Mrs. James Johnson, given by the ladles
of the Methodist church last evening, was
attended by an unusually large number
ladles ami., gentlemen, ami the pro
ceeds ol thean'alr were the largest that
have been derived from any sociably iflveu
during the season for the benetlt of the
church. Mr. nud Mrs. Johnson met their
guests with their usual cordiality, and all
were mado to leel Dcrlcctly at home. The
event was socially as well as financially a
success.
Chonii Wife lo Ibti Wnt.
The Missouri Paclllit Through Line is
selling tickets from St. Louis to Texas,
Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, Cheyenne,
Custer City, Black Hills, Oregon and
California at greatly reduced rales, Cheap
Colorado excursion tickets will soon be
placed on sale. Maps, pamphlets, circu
lars "des, time-tables, etc., with full nud
reliable lulnrmutiou, will be furnished
free of charge upon application In per
son or by letter to S. II. Thompson, 415
Virginia nve., Indianapolis, lud., or F
A. FOUR, (leueral Piwenger Agent, 25
Smith Fourth street.. St. Louis. Mo.
( All ipii'Stlons promptly nnswrn id
Burflntr,
On Wednesday nlgbfJolm Tanner, thB
Washington nfenuc grocer locked bis
doors, rolled four barieln or Hour agaltut
each one to make Ihem more secure as
was his custom, and went to bed as usual
Hut when lie woke up yesterday morning,
things were changed. The Hour was lying
In Ibe back jiarl of Ibe store, the doors
were wide open, and w In n John looked
about him the fact Hint he vvus minus a
money drawer and twcnty-tlve dollars in
money forced llsell upon Mm, His feel
ings wen- wrought up terribly, but upon
further search, John loiuM tint live
boxes ol cigars that eo-t hiiiisiviy dollats
a thou'and wcri gone, and he made up
his mind lo look no tuilbor, lor fear he
would bring to light liH.es even gieater
than those already discovered, lie says
he ilnsn't know how much was taken,
mid he don't want to know. The thieves
ore gone and so Is his money and cigars.
Csnreni Cilreil.
T)r, Hebern Clallln orthe Northwestern
Cancer Institute No. 1 1173, Wabash uve.
nue, Chicago, will be In Cairo, at the St"
Charles hotel. April 21st and 22d to treat
patients for (his dreaded disease. Can
errs may bo surely, siecdlly and perma
nently cured, In all lis forms, ll taken lie
fore the patient Is loo far gone without
the ue ol the knife, with little or no pain,
and without debilitating ibe patient.
This remedy was discovered by Dr.
Clallln, mid Is known only to himself.
Having tcsfed Its lllency thoioiighly
during twenty years' practice, he Is pre
pared to guarantee nu aboslute and per
manent cure hi every caehe undertakes
If.
The Nboulliiic ol l, A KrlioU,
On yesterday morning we published n
short Item stating that Mr. D. A. Kchols,
a brother-in-law of Mr. Horace Hanon,
of this city, and a man well-known to
many In Cairo, bad been shot nt Fort
Jctlcrson on Wednesday night, but we
were unable to give any particulars re
garding the misfortune. Since that time
wc have learned the following fucts :
Mr. F.cbols Is the keeper of a hotel at
Fort Jeflerson, and Is living in u house
belonging to Captain Kendall. Joseph
Dupoyster, a man also well-known In
this city, bad removed tho lence Irom
around the bouse. The feticj was owned
by Kendall, but was claimed by Dupoys-
ter, who in removing it, had left some
old refuse rails. Echols was at woik
cutting some ot thess rails Into stove
wood, when Dupoyster drove up with a
wagon, and asked hchols what he was
cutting bis rails up for. Echols replied
that they were not hit rati'. Dupoyster
drew a pistol Irom his pocket and said :
"Put that rail on the wagon, or (J d
dn you I'll kill yon." Kchols refused
to do so, when Dupoyster shot him.
The ball struck Echols In the back, touch.
Ing the spinal column, and It is said will
prove his death, as he was bleeding in
ternally yesterday morning. If Kchols
does not die, he will be disabled tor life.
It Is said that Dupoyster and Kchols have
been at loggerheads lor some lime,
Pentotinl.
Captain W. M. Klnncr, assistant su
perintendent ofthe Keokuk packet com
pany, was at the St. Charles yesterday.
Mr. Edward Itldgeway, of .Meyer
Brothers, wholesale druggists, of Si.
Louis, is at the St. Charles.
S. I.. WaUon, proprietor ol the Junc
tion Hotel, Vlncennes, is at the St.
Charles.
J. B. Jnlley.of New Vork Is at the
Planters.
-Dr. Brown and Col. Walkius, o
Mound City, were In town yesterday.
Mhs Anna Slnuinds, of Anna, Is in
the city.
W. 0. Stoilghter, one nf the editors
ol Ibe Jackson, Tennessee DmjmIWi, is at
the SI. Charles. He called on the Bt'i.i.r
tin yesterday.
.1. M. Davis, of the boot uud hhoe
llrm of Kills A Co., Chicago, Is leglslercd
at tho St. Charles.
(Jeorge W. Newman ol Detroit, Mich
igan, uud B. S. Ithea of Nashville are
registered at the St. Charles.
John O. Anderson of Philadelphia,
and K. Miller of New Votk, aie at Ibe
St. Charles.
MreWile
The streets are drying up.
The river rose about 'lx Inches yes
terday. Special bargains in mti-lins at Cold
stlue & Kosenwatcr's. :!-2(Mf
Signal Service Jim Watou Is again
a d.iddy. It Is a boy, and a bouncer, you
bet.
Tho regular weekly tobacco sale nt
the Planter's Tobacco warehouse, Tenth
street, taken place this morning.
A splendid selection of cheviots Just
received at floldstlnn & Koscnvvater's.
a-2o.tr
The rhetorical exercises nl the pupils
ofthe colored schools takes place this
afternoon. The examinations will be
concluded this morning.
Yesterday was warm ami spring
like. In (act the only spring day we
have bad durl ng the season.
And now It Is said that Mr. Isaac
llarrcll and .1. 11- Metcalf are lo be can
didates for school director.
It took the mayor and three police,
men two hours and thirty minutes to
kill n little llste on Wednesday night.
If the weather is pleasant, and all ends
meet, the pupils of tho public shools pro
pose giving an entertainment in the
Alheneum to-night.
We hear that the Liberal Keliglous
Association Is about to rent another hall,
and bring lo our city several noted lee-
Hirers.
Two good boys are wanted by the
gentlemen who have opened the big
bapkrnpt sale at liurgers old maim, io
net us clerks. Apply at the store.
Thu levee committee, headed by the
muyor, will pay I ho new wash In the old
levee a visit this morning, and then de
clde on the best course to pursuejo put a
stop to any lurther washing. '
The prediction ol our friend llarrell ,
of i ho Gattttr, we hear, Is to come true,
A well known, and It raid, one of I Ik
most popular young minted nun In the
city has avowed his luteiiilun to ben
cntiillilate loreliycleik, wblrh will make
the race for that ollice very hot.
'J'he elty fathers lal evening passed
the annual npprnpiiatlou bill fur 1x70,
amoiuithig to $i;S,102. 1(1.
We are ieipteti-d lo say that Ibe ilii
torlcal exeicUcs of Ibe high school will
take place at Ibe high school mom at 2
o'clock this altcrnonn,
--The police courts were vciy dry yes
terday. Judge liross ami Judge Hint
went to the school examinations, iiom
which they both deiiveil moie plcasllie
uml learned mine, tliev suy, than had
they each line. I ami end a ih imkeu man
to J ill.
Deputy Sbetlll John Shecli.tu s looking
lor the man w ho went for John Tanner's
inonev and cigars. He shadowed two
suplclous-lookhig Individuals all je-ter-day
morning, and dually took Ihem hi;
but upon .searching them, mid Uniting
that neither had cither money or any
thing e!c, he let Ihctn go.
Says the Pulaski li(ru,tt We un
derstand that .inline Oeorge W. Cutter,
who has been conllneil lo his i nam for
months hack Irom n revere case of nip.
ture, Intends going tst, Louis to-day lo
consult the celebrated Dr. J. A. Sherman,
we hope with the moM favorable icsiilts.
Ills son John W. Carter, Ki., neeninpa.
ules him.
The old Mississippi levee, (u-t below
Where It Is Jollied by the new levee, Is be
lug pretty badly washed by the high wa
ter; but Mayor Winter and a p.uty or our
good citizens, we are told, paid Ihu spot
avl-lt yesterday, and alter seeing what Is
required, will i.o doubt look to It that tho
wab Is '.topped before any sctlous dam
age Is done the city.
All 4'lirtnilc llUeuei Cured
hv tut. Ht'i.r.
lie Is located In Cairo, Illinois, ami Is
still calling on you to be healed. Why
will you die of old chronic, ilisca-es when
you can be cured with so little cot or
money. Do not give It up yet, for there
is still balm In (Ulead. Calm Is the
place to come to be cured ol nil your
aches and pains.
i am now prepared at niv ollice lo give
medicated baths, and peroiis vvl-hliig to
receive such, will call at my ollice on
Eighth street, No. 22, from the hours ol
2 p.m. till II p.m. Al.o plain baths, hot
bathe, warm baths, cold baths, or vanor
baths. Alo pcrons having the con
sumption or week lungs, and wishing to
receive medicines by inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment at my ollleu, this be
Ing the only true way of getting mcill
cine direct to tin-lungs Also I treat ills,
eases ol Ibe eyes or years standing, ami
the blind has been made to see by my
treatment. All dleaes of the skin
cure. Fistula cured by me without the
usr of the knife. If you have a cancer,
come and be cured. All private diseases
hi the shortest time, cured liv me. In
short, fur all chronic diseases 'of the hu
man system, go to Dr. Unit. If you wish
to be cured. I compound and prepare all
my medicines at my ollice. It is said
that practice tnako perfect. 1 have Ix-eu
thirty years a practicing phylclan.
All letters and communications Muill
be confidential and promptly attended to
by me. Direct On. IIi i.t,
No. 22 Eighth street, Cairo, Illinois.
l-l!)-ii:Ul
COMMERCIAL.
CaIUO, ll.I..,Tll('ltSIAV Kvi.mnii, I
Mm ell .'10, IS70.
But Very little change has come over
the market Mncc our Iat Issue. Flour Is
ijuict, and .slocks ate well maintained.
Transaction have been light. Tin re is
still enough hay In the mail.et, ll is said,
to supply whatever trade may spiing up,
If not another ear is iceelved, In 'answer
all wants until tin new crop comes on
There is very little doing in corn, though
Hie ilemnud Is f.ilr. Veiy little is coming
111. Oats aie ijillet. Kcci-lpis continue
to be light, but there Is a fair supply here.
Meal Is a Utile llrmcr. hut there U but lit
He being sold, and the supply is good
Bruu is mutually dull. Butter Is hi good
demand. Kecclpts have been more lib.
eral, hut all has been taken upon arrival,
uud the market Is In a good condition for
blppcrs. Apples ate still very scaice,
and are wanted. The market Is glutted
with potatoes and onions, ami there Is
very little, sale tor them. Poultry U very
scarce, anil imMieiniuu is very acuve.
I'lie weather since Wednesday morn-
Ing has been clear and pleasant. Kates
to the South are unchanged. I he livers
are very high, and still rlIug.
THE MARKET.
CkiTOnr friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are usually
for sales from llrst hands in round lots.
In tilling orders and for broken lots It is
iie:e.ssary lo charge an miviiucu over
these llgures.a
FLOCK.
Flour Is quiet, and stocks are ample for
Hie trade. We note the sale ol 2()U bar
rels various grades $l(u;7; 100 barrels
various grades $l6j,il 75; 100 barrels vari
ous grades $52,0 oil; 550 barrels various
grades $:i (iOS'J 00; BOO barrels vai Ions
tirades $ 507 00; 50 barrels XXX win
ter $5 ; 100 barrels low grade ?a 25.
HAY.
Hay is very dull. Tim market Is full.
and the demand Is very light. We note
the sale ofl car very common mixed i,
1 cury very common J7 ; 1 car good
mixed $9; 2 cars mixed $8.
COKN.
Corn Is in fair demand, There Is very
llttlu coming In. Wonote tho sale nl II
ears white, in sacks, ISe ; 500 sticks,
white, ISe.; aOO sacks, white, 4"e.
OATS.
'Ibe iiulpls ot'o.its have been light,
but there Is a fair supply In the market.
and Ihu demand Is only fair. Vie. note
sales of2 ears whto bleached, in hulk,
Ille; 2 ears mixed, in bulk, .He ; no
sacks, mixed, ao ; I car mixed, sacked
and delivered, 3re.
MEAL.
The market Is well supplied with meal,
It Is reported a little llrmcr, but llio de
mand h light. We hole Hie sab) of 230
barrels city steam ill led, $2 2&2 :l; 25
barrels count ry. ?.,?'?:, ,
ti 1 1 rlti
GREAT BANKRUPT SALE!
.I.mtve tlifnUy 0.MiiUtth6(,,t aun.l ct J B.,rBl., v,lh
Full Line of Furnisbing Boods andHoiinns !
Which I Will Boll at FUui Nt'.vor Befom Offend tothUOIty.
THESE GOODS MUST BE SOLD WITHIN
THIRTY DAYS,
And iim They ar thu Deal ofu Oiat WhoUanle BmikruM Stock, U will
Be Money in Tour Fcoket to Buy of Vu.
GIVE ITS A CALL.
Remoiubur the Place J. Burgor'o Old Siautl Cor
nor Ninth Stroot and Commoroinl Avcnne.
but a light 'iipply, and good prices will j Tliu Cumberland is still rising at asli
be paid. We note tie- sale of" I box villi", a fact which renders thoiarly de
.Soutbein HllnoN inll.ItUe; 1 package 1 t-'llne of Ihb Ohio scarcely possible.
Southern Illinois 'J.lc
IIKAN.
Itraii Is extremely dull. There Is plenty
hi market. No kiIcs were repot P d.
F.(i(3S.
Kggs are tfiilct. The icceipts sluco
last iMle have exceeded thcilc lii-ind. We
note the sale ol .'OOdueii, I le: .ViOilneil,
1 -'('.
AI'l'LLS.
Apples are still scaice, nud big pilees
an- being otlcred.
I'Oi'ATOl'.S.
The inukct Is I'.ilrly glutted with
holh potatoes ami unions. We note the
sale olTiObu-hels N'orlhern I'eaeh Ulows,
10.!.
I'Oll.TKV.
Poultry Is scarce ami there Is :m active
demand. We note the -ale ot 'J coops
choice liens ?(! -"; 1 coup uiiveil
chick , $:i oo.
OKANUKS.
Oranges are III fair supply. We note
the sale or ii boxes SI ."ill.
LF.MOXS.
There Is u lair demand for lemons. We
note the. sale of 5 hair boxes Sit .Ml.
SALT.
We (iliote salt in car load lots. SI DO :
less than car load lots, 51 75.
COAL.
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon nu
track, lump. $11 ; nut.?'J; delivered car
load per Ion, lump, S.'l .10; mil. $2 "";
dellveied per single ton, lump, ft ; nut
$3 '.'; Itaiim or llarri-hurg coal on
track per car load. lump, i'il ; nut, 10;
dellveied per ton. '.! Ml; Pitt-burgh coal
car loads on truck, $5 no per (on ; single
Ion, delivered, Jit.
11IDF.S AND Fl'KS.
Hides are dull, lull there is a tntr de
maud for fut'r, at iui)tatlmii:
llins-Dry Hint, lJJfejlilJe . dry salted,
101(ri)lljo; green salted, Moijlc damaged,
j piTcc.
Frits Weuunte : Western (Hter. No.
1. $H Ml ; No '' SWTdt 50 ; No. II, $!(
. . . t... . , v . v"
1 50 ; No. I, -J.V. Mlllk No. 1, $l(a
I 'J5: Nn MlCL'.'ii ; No. It, '.'5e ; .No
10c. I'aecoon-No. I, 756MOc : No,
l(kj; No. II. 'JO,-; No, I.Sc. Fox ( Jray,
No. I c.iseil, SI ; No. I open, 75c; No. li.
50t;(M; No, II, '.'.; No. I. I0o: l.'eil,
No. I ca-ed, $1 Ml; No. I open, SI -.'.1,
Skunk -lllack. SiVfcJl ; half striped, 5di
Otli", narrow, ;i.--. Mucus 15c. Opus.,
sum- -SfalOe. Iteaver SI MVU'J. Musk,
rat IUGJhVJl-. Hear No. 1, is ; Nn. "J, ir.;
No. :i, : No. I M)e,
(ll-,lllliel'e l.lleeulllHl Vellllli..
Caihiuere lace and uelllug, a spleuilld
assnrlmeut, ceitaln to pleae the ladles,
iiil In, at J. Burger A Co. X-Jl ll
I'K.tn 'I'iiis. Illul cages, ilovvirMauis j
llower trains, moss baskets hv cream j
freezers, toilet ware, halh tubs lamp i
chimney.-, oil, Hilling irons and Muting
scissors ; also a lull supply ot plain audi
stamped liiiwaie, whole-ale and retail, 1
by ('. W. Henderson, t ! I Coinmctcialav-'
euue, Cairo, Illinois. :t-,Vtm I
RIVER NEWS.
VV'Alt Ilkl-dllMKNT UlV kli III 1 (.11 V, (
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ItiliiW-lilKli water nl' ls;i
IAMKn W'A IM)S,
Sewiint, Slanul M-ivli'e, l'.S. A.
I'oil l.lt.
AUItlVISIi.
Steamer .Ihu Ti-lc, raducah,
K. II. Durlee, rittsburg.
" .Sle. (ieuevleve, Vlekshurg.
" Andy Baiiin, .Memphis.
" (I rami Tower, St. l.oul.
" Bismarck, .St. I.ouls.
iir.i'.vitrnii.
.Steamer Jim I'Uk, raducah.
" Thompson I lean, New Oilcan
Bermuda, l-'ort Benton.
K. II. Durlee, St. I.ouls.
" Andy Baiim, Cincinnati.
" ilr.inil Tower, Memphis.
Bismarck, New Orleans.
wi:vTiu:it an ti lie iiniiss.
The weather yesteidav was bright,
warm and pleasant lu fact It was the
.i.... i .. i. .1,..,..... l. ....... I, nl li r
r, .... .... .
two weeks. The levie presi ntul ' I"0"
animated appearance than for- yW-,
... . ..A t . . I . I I . 1 -
mere was a light Improvement ... -;
tiuss, nun a iiiiiiiucr i -
on considerable Irelghl l.eie. I''" 'm
eonlhme.s to llse th.vvly id '""t all
..... .' I..l..l Illlll.
points nlmve, bill will ceih.lnly mm ton
standstill here hnrlly. ' Mississippi
M using ra
,,,,,,, ! St. I.ouls, and big
tleit sou.ee may bu expected.
water from Hint
MISOKI.I.A.NKOl'S.
ThcTliompsonlDcan got away lor New
Orleans yesterday afternoon. She got
nlmut seven hundred tons miscellaneous
freight here; and will till nut at .MeniphN
with cotton, etc., which Is being held for
her Ihere. She had a lair pasenger
lit.
The .Jim Flk came out on time. She
brought 'J.1 hoglie:us tobacco for New
Vork, and a lot of miscellaneous freight.
She left promptly nt Dye o'clock on her
return to Paducah.
Deputy I'ulted States Marshal Saup
will "ell the boat (lovcrnnr Allen at pub
lic ale 'on .Saturday to-mnrrow to
sali-fy claims against her. We under"
stand there are several well-known gen
tbemeu who will hid tor her.
Capt. .1. M. Phillips took passage on
the Thompson Dean yesterday for New
Orleans. The captain is iu bad health,
and he goes with the hope of rccuMr
atlug. Diver lllr.nu Hill went to Paducah
yesterday to "dive lor" a tool chest of
tools, recently dropped overboard by
Smith Torrencs of this city while patch
ing the hollers ofthe Keystone.
The Andy Ihium Inula lair tilpof cot
ton, etc., for Cincinnati.
'the IINmarek came out from St. Louis
wilh u pretty fair trip, and after leaking
some additions here left for New ( irleaus.
Sheriff I Bale.
BY v Irlm-of nn execution t in- iliurUil ler
On- cloi k of the i liviilt rnlirt of AlexnwIiT
ciuiilv. In llu-Mate nl' IIIIiimK In luvurnt' the
I'e.iple ul llu- Mulp nf IllliniU mul n.llll.-l llriirv
U'ntmti Weill) :iinl Amlrew .1. Curie, I turn- Ut
liil upon On.- fiilluwIitK ilfsurltieil puiiu'rly, In
tliUriiiiiitynt Alexnn.lt-ruuil Stntc ofllllnoli, tn
wit: 'lliriMmUienHtfiiiartt'rofscetliiti nine t'",tii
tmvnhlii SfVeitcen (I,) voiilli, riinire two (.')
west nl'tlii-Mti) I'. In (he i-iitlntv nf -lrXKM-tl-riili.l
-tnlenrillliHils, nl uN fot iiumtxrtil
thltly-lhr (XV) III hhx-'k iiimilH'inU-lglitiYii (Is).
In tin- llr'l mlililloii tn the city of Cairn, i-iiiintv
nf A!i-.tiiuili'r -ml -tale nl Itliiinis, iia the pmixT
, IV ill l III s.il'l (H'liry Ilinnil ruii,,vinrii i Ml ,11
ullVriil I'lililliSMilc Ht tin-iiuUiwet ilouruf lUr
IV nf Ihefc.iM Henry WiitnoiiWebli.whtrli 1 sliill
iiut lion, e In the rltvnT (!uliii. In llu- rountv
ol Alo niili'i- uml MatHOt'llliimlmii tht-'.'uili itiy
ul' April, A. II. IsTi:. nt I lie lioiir ol' , let en
ii 'i tork, h in. , nl' siinl'lay, I'or rash, to Milislt
iiilileMfution. AI.K.V ll. lltVIN.
MiiTlirul' Vlf:nnli'r County. Illinois
1'iilrn. IlllnoU, .Vluri-li J-'lh I'Ti:
l ,n-il.tr.'lu.
DANIEL LAKPERT
Fashionable Barber
HAIR X3FCX2tailBIXHL
NOKTII SIUK OF NIG ATI I STltKKl
Butwnnu Winhlnttton uJ CommaroUl
Avnnuw
STCAH IKIATN.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
i
! Steam Packet Co.,
-KOU"
Paducah, Shawnootown. Evans
villo, LouiBvillo, Ciuolnuuti
und ull way landings.
lllillV.ilhM SUli'-Wlin-l ati-niuer
IDLE WILD,
1) li Knwi.ui ....Muter.
I.e. R, TuoviAS Clerk.
Witt li-vi'Kvii4vlllo for Ciilrm-vrry MONDAY
mul TllllltSUAV ul I u'clock p. lu.
Iahvm Cilrocvrry TUKSKA V unU ritllAV,t
HoVloi-k i, in,
Thu i It-k'unl si Ju-wlictl ill aim r
ARKANSAS BELLE,
Ukn How Ann MVif'
V'AI.TKII 11. I'KNNIN1110...... H,J1S'
Will iruvv Kvmnvtll" tot Culru nvf ry 1UK8
ll.VV ami FUIli.Wl ,,1 o'clock . ui.
Will leave CttinifiiTy H KINKSIA1 ml3AT.
UltHAYtttDo'rlock l, in
I
TliPtilfKuiiMiui-w""1 uti-aniur
PAT. CLEBU1NE,
JulIM m .U4tr
I 11 IT. f ll,.4l (Ml KIMIINMIIMlVIVIB(
Lrstis Kruiuvlllti for Cairo emr WKUNKS-
Iia uml nAiu in Hip. iu
lAUVtaCiilmuvcry rilUHUAYwM flUNDAV
.IHU IU
t'.cU boo makes clou connectlout at Clro
KUf."JS oSSSWuiSXl
1 . M ft . If II Vf ...11. u.t lr M ff
.taB. wg2gm
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o iiuontiio Upper OuIo. jitui ujrou.r-
lpU ou I'ivIkIiU fuul iMwvgtra to n !""
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r or unucr iiiiuruuMiun mvv'J -.. a
j.M,i'!iV5Jii
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