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llol.l rviruUr cmninuiilratiotia In Ma
iCyf kodIc IfnVl , cormr Commercial avenue
' 'and r.iKniii sireei, on me neeonu anu
biirlli .Monuav (if earn moniii
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Storo room on l.cvco Mnet, aimw
Twooo'l cnltujjiM on Twtnly-Nlntli
ftrcf t, near Coinincrclnl iivcniic.
Storu room mi Cotuniprvliil aM-iitii',
iif.xt to Wawrly hotel. $10.
Good dwelling hoiin on Walnut, In
tween Twoiity-srcoiitl :im1 Twi'nty-tli'rd
Store-room corner Tw:ntli't!i and
I'oplnr KtreeU, $12 CO.
Htore room adjoining :i1jo c,
Twcmtorv lioiicon ."III trct't, west
ol Washington avenue, f IS.
Hoiivj on Wnlnut street, nr-ar Outer
pleasant premise, $12 Ml.
Hoiim! on Commercial avenue, near
I'Jtli street. Suitable for liiilnrt ami
Houtfl on Commercial avenue, above
iitli utreet. .Suitable lor tnulncs and
Winter's Itlock-- siiltatilo Tor Hotel
(JlUces or lluelne.- rooms cheap.
Tenement numbered 4, 8, 0 nud
10, Winter' How, 'i room each for $10
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I room, $T.
Storo room in "I'llot Hon'," lately
orcuplcd Wy A. Ilalley.
Dwelling hoiiiu on Slvth etn-et and
.lelter.HOU avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and pii-ini-m.
Kent low, to a good teinnt.
Store room, comer Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a mouth.
Hooma In varloiM part ol the elly.
(.ami, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
ItnoMt in Kent. Four room!, and a
neat cottage, on Third Street, free from
ilc water, and In good condition. Kn-
Hitre of Win. .Mr-Hale, at the Delta
A. IIalu:v. A llnclot of table and
pocket cutlery, alo .padey, ehovels-hcM-j,
rake'', fork?,axes and a general Hue
nfhardwarc Jilt received by A. Ilalley,
11.1 Commercial avenue. J-IS-Ilin.
.Iir Km mvr.ie A. Ilalley ha jut
ii felved a line lot f canary and mock
lug bird cages Mower tawl, ilowcr
trainer'', baskets archer, hearts and
wreathes, ttlili-li lie liu-liiatVetl el.V 1"U',
:it 11.1 Coiiunerclal avenue. iM-i-Iiui.
Kixiritoc iri.vn Kuri IU:ii:n. Sweet
'ream, CuMaril Whip and Fronting
maker. Lightning K4-ciiroeatIng tin
eliuni. Ite-t III the world. Trylheegg
healer and churn and lie enulnr.jj. For
-ale by C W. Henderson, l'jl 'oiiiinr r
eial avenue. Cairo, Illinois.
Nimci: to Candid tu:. andldate
may the columns of the Iti i.i.i.i in
to bring their namr lu'lnre I he people, at
the following tate, raA in aJtance
City Clerk, So; City Tre.wircr, ?.1; All
derman, $2. No variation Irom the toth
in mlrnnfr rule. If
Si:i: Ko( ii. V. t-U, at hi shop and
More room, No. SKJ Commercial avenue,
has for ale a stock of lnot nud .-hoe of
his own make : also a large tncl; of St.
I.ouls custom mado boot and hoe.. Ho
keep the Iwst material and l up In all
the latct style. Ill lit are perfect, and
satisfaction is guaranteed, dive him a
IJiislncss Housu lately occupied by
Wood Ititlcnlioii-e & Co., on I. evee be
low 1 llh Mrcci. Kent very reasonable.
Dwelling houe, 7 room ; 10 lots
enclosed, In good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut .street.. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenement!) on wet sldn of Com
mercial avenue near I'lllli street, suitable,
lor hop ami dwelling. Kent for each, $3
Dwelling house, .1 roonif, on Fifth
trcct near Walnut, In good repair. Kent
, $12..0 per mouth.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twcnty-Hrst street, near Sycamore
north tUlc. Kent $.", per mouth.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and I'opnlai. Kent low.
Hiiseinent of brick building, west i-ldc
of Washington avenue near Klghtcentli
street, live, rooms In good condition!
Uullding on cast side of Coiiunerclal
avenue, near Tenth street, isnitabhi fi.r
carpenter hhop. Cheap rent.
Uullding on west sldo of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth .street, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenement, ollleee ami rooms hi vari
ous lacatious. Itcnts low.
,ot. and lands for side or lease.
Ions Q. II.uiman .tCo.,
lieul Fstato Agents, corner Sixth and
l.evce streets. , il-M-ll'
Fresh arrival ol a very lurgc a.iort
nieut ot ladles mid gents' kid gloves at
.1 lnrger& Co. :i-21-tl
Wearraiitliorint t'linnminrc that It. A. Kip
iiiiiii'Iaoii l-iin Imlrjtnilrnt ltiiiil,llrjn ranill
ilnlw lor . sheriff, st Hip rnmiliii; ronnly i lci IIdii.
Klili'iii Hi Ll.tn.v i-riioM'nnniiiinrt llmt Inm
a num. lull' rur the iillirrnri Ity i;ink, at llir ttji
inuurlilnKcltyrlrrtloii WiluK. Hawkish,
We nreanlliorliil to nninmiicc Hie nainf nf
JAMwn .su;nAiiTm ramlklalr inr Ilia
uinre ol city ilrrk, at tin-riinlnK city -rllnn.
We an uutliorliil In aniiuilnci ll.i- naiiir of
W. t' AXI.Kl ai u I'ui.JIJilf for itj-vln'tlon to
Ihr olli oft-'lly Cirri at tlir fuming cliarttr
iiDAitu or KurcAHo.s.
.Mr William StrallonU lien-ty nninuiirl Ma
eaiHllilolpfor JUnilrfItlir iiobm oi r.iiuciion.
Klcf.llon, MUurilay, April lit-
HAKH UP ADVCRI-ININU.
I3AII Mill for awlvrrtiaitiiC, are due anj pay
able i.t AUVAKC'l
Imnclint wIvritlalnK will U-lnwrteil at tli
rate of 11 " vrHiiuirc for the flrat lnerliun
anil fi rent for each uMiiiirnt one A liberal
illw.ount will le ma'le on tiintllnf anil ill.ly
ror Inwrtlnir Kuneral notlre i ii.nUceot
meetlnR of aoelellei or x-rirt nnicra t" rent for
Churth, Society, reatleal and nupi-r notlce
will only lit- Interttil u ivlvertlaeraenta
No a'UertlMrucnt will be reielvid at lean than
f i rent, and nn adtertUeim nt will Ik- Ihierlnl
for lethan Ihnr ilotUrt i.erniontli
Iaca Bualneaa Notlcaa, of
ten line or more, Inaerted
in the Bulletin aa follow! :
Commence Counting at ten Lines.
One inaertlon Der line .............. .1 Centa.
Two lnaertlona per line 7 Centa.
Three lnaertlona per line 10 Centa.
Hlx lnaertlona per Una ..IB Centa,
Two week per line 26 Centa.
One month per line 36 Centa.
No Keductton will be made In above
Sl'NDA V, AI'JllI. 2. 18TC.
Loral Weather Report.
Caiho.'Ill., April 1, 1-7C.
Hall." Tim. I Wl;
Wl.xo. I Vu, H'fATII.
10 Uli I sc
y it. i is j
lUlnfull diirinK Ihe mtt twenty-four tionra
fi reaiit. fclKnal uirrlce, U. S. A.
A tleiilloii t nenlere.
We have four do.en Imitation Kbony
Jpragiic Can-Openers, taken for adver-
Uing, which we will sell at two dollar
t docn. Inquire at Hulletin olllcc.
Thli popular saloon, corner P'ourtecnth
street and Washington avenue, ts open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the flnet
brands of cigar.
:t-2.lm A. ICnors, Proprietor.
.oMr.niixif Nr.w. Tim llghtiine;, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
tin Into! mill tllo lu.at i.v(r tlinile, nt A
Ilalley"., who is now selling hi large
stock ol tove. tin and brittaua ware at
greatly reduced prices. Oive him a call
iKlore you purchase, 11.1 Commercial av
We will pay no hill contracted by any
employe of Tin: llri.i.K.n.v, unless the
ami' Is made on a written order signed
by the pn:sIdenl or secretary of the com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, tor any
Caiiio UuM.r.m i ompaxy.
NoviiiiImt 1U, 1W.1. it
.Sniii'K. llardwaie, tinware and
'tore, plow, hand cultivators, spades,
shovel, fork, hoes, rake, step ladder. ;
alo keep constantly on hand a line as
sortment ol table and pocket cutlery and
builder'. hardware. I am sole agent for
the celebrated Charter Dak stoves, of
which 1 keep in stock a full supyly of the
iHlt'creut size. The above article. at
"rock bottom Hgiife.'"
UVlm C. W. Hkniikisnox,
l!tl Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills.
A .M. I iJtuiHlrj-,
It I now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, Xo. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Wachlngtou and Comiuvrclal avej
nue, ha one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In the ?ity, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llnd It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as lollows : Hotel
mil boardliig-house washing "5 cents
per docn. For piece work prices nre as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 10c; per
dozen, 80c; sock, fie; two collars, fie;
two handkerchiefs, fie; vests, 20c; and
all Kcntlcmcn'is wear, SOc. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 2.1c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 60c; white
dresses, $1 23c; Indies' underwarc, line
and.coarsc, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-tf.
The IIUM.K1I.V has for silicone Hundred
loiints of Job type, Including many scries
that are now generally lu use hi the llrst
elassjobolllcesof the United States. All
tlicc loiints will be sold at half their
original cost. Many of them are com
plete and almost new, embracing a large
variety, among them being Paysou
scripts, Eureka texts, title text open,
l'lildiau, rimmed black, monastic, broad
gauge, Egyptian, bank note italic, Tus
can, engravers' open, Celtic, French
clarendon, etc. We oiler these, loiints
(or sale because we are fast renewing the
material of tho mu.ixriN job olllcc with
the latest face., all costly ami odapted to
city use. In n few days wo will send to
our country Irlcnds circulars displaying
founts separately and in series, to which
will be attached price ami terms. Where
Whole series ant purchased special rcduc
lions will be made. Orders lor Job print
ing irom country ofllces prompily llllel.
Do you know that .1. Ilnrger A Co. are
lu recelnt of a niaunllleent line of carpels
and oil clothe, nil the very latest styles
ami designs ? Tne llrst arrival ol the sea
son. stop in and examine their stock.
The work oftcpalrlng the levee was
commenced yesler.lay moinliig, and will
be kept up until tlie wah Is stopped.
Ttit received by (loldstiue & Kosen
Hot nt Home.
Mr. Oberly will, We am Informed, he
not at home lor several days. He will lie.
engaged In dolmr some business of im
portance that will require all Ids time.
He did not Inform us whether hewa go
ing to Hong Kong or to the moon.
For sale Tor twelve hundred dollars,
the Steam Ferryboat Nellie Thomas, lay
ing at Hlrd'a Point. For particulars ap
ply nt the St. l.ou!, Iron Mountain and
Southern Kallroad otllce, No. fij Ohio
Levee, Cairo, III. :i-2.1l.
Died, March :10th, 187C, Julia llahn.
aged sixteen years. Died April let. 1S7C,
Koa Halm. (slter of the first named)
aged ten years. The tuncral will take
place from the foot ol Klghth street, at
eight o'clock this afternoon. Friends
and acquaintances Invited to attend.
The annual ni'retlni! of the stockholders
of the Cairo City Ga Co., will Ix- held at
the companies olllcc, city ol Cairo. Moo
day, April .'Id, at 10 o'clock, a.m., for the
purpose ol electing directors and trans-
aciniir such otner uu ness as mav com..
leforo them. It. F. IJl.AKE.See'v.
Alleiillon, Mir Unluhla.
A regular conclavo ol 'alro
. ommanuury. xo. u, K. 1 .,
will lie held at the asvlum
Monday evunlni?. Anril 3d. 1S7G
at 8 o'clock, rfolournlng Sir
Knights am cordially Invited.
F. Ioksmkvi:ii. Kcc.
For a clca.i shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to .1.
George SteIulioiic on Eighth street,
Alexander County Hank building. Hi
shop I always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
his tables cohered with the latest daily
pajK'rs, lor the Item-fit of his customer.
At his residence In Mississippi county,
MI-ouri. April 1st, 189(1. ot pneumonia.
Mr. .las. It. Orecntlcld. Funeral services
at residence Monday morning at 10
o'clock. Friends and a:qualiitanccs are
Invited to attend. The ferryboat T. K.
S lmes will be at the landing at the foot
of Tenth street at 0 o'clock, turn., to con
vey all those wishing to attend.
Mr. S. Kosen water of the linn of Gold-
stlne & Kosenwater, Is now and has been
for the past two weeks in New York,
purchasing a stock ot new spring goods.
The firm I dally In receipt of large in.
voices of new nud fashionable spring dry
goods, men's rurntsning goods, Jtc.
which they are selling at remarkably low
figures. It will pay you to call around
and see them. :t-2rt-tf
Died, In tlik city, Friday morning.
March :ilt. 1S7C, Ellen Piireell. nice of
John Howley of Ibis city. Funeral ser
vile will be performed in Si. Patrick's
(atliollc church on Sunday, April 2d.
half-past one o'clock. A special train
will leave the loot of Eighth street with
the remain for Interment at Villa
There wa no police buslne transacted
in Judge IJros.' police court yesterday.
lu Judge ltlrd's court two cases were
the extent ol the day's labor. Ofllcer
John Gladney nrrested John Douglas and
Frank Wilkin's, two colored men for be
ing drunk on Friday night. He put
them in the lockup and gave them a trial
yesterday. They were lined two dollars
and costs, and returned to Jail because
they couldn't pay.
George I.attner, proprietor of the New
Excelsior Saloon, Commercial nvenuei
three door. below Sixth street, Is bound
to became the popular resort of the cityt
Tills morning at 10 o'clock he will inau
gurate a new feature In his line of busi
ness, to-wlt : He will resume specie pay
mentpay out silver In making change.
A free lunch every morning at 10 o'clock.
The bar is stocked with Pilsner beer, and
the best of wines, liquors and cigars.
Give the Excelsior a call It Is tho place
for tho best beer, and hard money, tf
On the outside of this morning's ilui.-
i.kti.v. appears a very Interesting article
descriptive of Western Texas, written by
a brother of Mr. J. C. Zimtner, general
freight agent of the St. Louis, Iron Moun
tain ami Southern railroad, at this point.
Mr. J. C. Zlmmcr Is the gentleman who
oyer the imm de plume of "Jasper," so
agreeably entertained our readers some
time ago with a number of graphic ami
Instructive letters from various points in
lexa and Arkansas.
Dr, Hebcni Cl.illlu of the Norlhwetern
Cancer Institute No. 1M73, Wabash ave.
nue, Chicago, will be In Cairo, at the St
Charles hotel, April 21st and 22d to treat
patients for this dreaded disease. Can
cers may bo surely, speedily ami perma
nently cured, In all Its forms, If taken be
fore the patient Is too far gone without
the use of tho knife, with little or no pain,
and without debilitating the patient.
This remedy was discovered by Dr.
Clallln, ami Is known only to himself
Having tested Its cfllency thoroughly
during twenty years' practice, he is pre
pared to guarantee an nboslutc nud per
manent cure In every caohe undertakes.
IMnhmcrc I nert mid Net tlnic.
Cashmere lace ami netting, a splendid
assortment, eertnhi to please the ladies,
Just In, nt J. Ilnrger Co. :i.2Mt
la vu a
Wharl bnal NnM.
The ayency of the Mobile an. I Ohio
railroad has been done ft way with in ihl
city. The wharf-boat used hj thai com
pany, lying opposltelthe Planters' Uoue.
In the Ohio river has been purchased
by the St. l.ouK Iron .Mountain and
Southern road, nnd the business ol tho
Mobile nud Ohio road will hereafter be
transacted nt Ihe ofilcc of the St. Loul.
Iron Mountain and Southern.
Cairo Flour Aral".
The New York Commerlclal Adrtrtixr
of .March aath, after quoting the sales ol
a ereat variety of fancy brands or Hour
maiinfiicturcrd at dlderent points Fast
and West, remarks : "Included In the
sales were several parcels of "Creole
Ity" at $10.10. This Hour Is made by
( 'has. (lallghcr, Cairo. III., and received
by L. It. Finch A Son, No. 11 state
street, and Is considered by the hoard of
Inspectors and by the best Judges in the
trade to be the choicest Hour I hat comes
to thi market."
. A Cournr or lelurea.
The Methodist church at I'llln, Pula-kl
county, has arranged for ft conre ol lec
ture, the lirst of which will be delivered
byS. P. Wheeler, Esq.. of this city, on
next Friday evening. Mr. Wheeler will
lie. followed by Kev. Kobt. Allyn,
president ol the Southern Illinois Culver
slty; Kev. J. W. Van Clevc.of Joncsboro,
Kev. J. D. Olllham of Cairo, and others
The object of the lectures Is to raise
money for the benefit of the church at
I'llln. I). IJ. Watklns, Dr. A. P. Greer
and J. M. Melntyre. Stewards of the
church, have the management of the lec
tures In hand, and are pushing the mat
ter with great succes.
A Card, J. J. Bird, r.i.
fAtno. lu... April 1st, 187C.
Mit. Editou: In lousing the local
columns of your paper this morning. I
was painfully surprised to sec the an
nouncement that I was a candidate for
I desire to state through your organ,
that the persons who Informed your re
porter that I was a candidate, did it with
out authority irom me or my friends
for the purpose of misleading my fellow
Should I desire at any time to become
a candidate for olUce. 1 shall not rciort
to secret scheming under the "cover of
night," lor subserving my interest, and
then 'leap forward, Hon-llkc, to attack
friend and foe alike, with the expectation
of achieving a victory. Your.
J.VO. J. lillll).
for Kanaa nnd Colorado.
The Atchison, q'opeka and Santa Fo
railroad from Kansas City and Atchison
on the Missouri river, via q'opeka, the
capltol ot Kansas, and tho beautiful Vr
kansas valley to the Kotky .Mountains.
The shortest nute to Puebelo the Grand
Canon, Colorado Spring, Manltou,
Pikes Speak, and all place of note In the
mountain region. The favorite route
to Denver ami all points In Northern
Colorado. The best route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. The
only direct route to Ihe famous San
Juan mines. The track nnd equipment
is unequnled, trains run through from
the Mionrl rlverj to the Itocky Moun
tain, making connection in Union de
pot and avoiding delay and trans
lers. ror inn iiescriptive circulars
map, time tables, etc., address
T. ,1. ANDK!lO.N.
Gen'l Pa. Agent, q'opeka, Kan.
There will be the usual services at
the church of tho Uedecincr, Fourteenth
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, this morning and evening.
The public Is cordially Invited to attend.
Kev. harles A. Gilbert, rector. Sunday
s.'hool at 3 o'clock.
The Kev. J. D. Glllham wilt conduct
services at the .Methodist church, corner
of Eighth nnd Walnut streets this morn
ing and evening, at the usual hours. Tho
subject ot the morning's sermon will be :
"Conditions ot Growth in Grace." The
subject ot the evening's sermon will be :
"The Way ot Salvation." A cordial In
vitation Is extended to tho public to at
tend. Sunday school at three o'clock.
The Lord's Supper will be celebrated
and new members publicly received, hi
connection with tho morning service at
the Presbyterian church to-day. The
seimon In the evening will be on a case of
Praiseworthy Extravagance. Maik a l .
The Klcrllou Teotcrilny.
The election of school directors at Ihe
Eleventh street school house yesterday,
was very animated. The balloting was
spirited throughout the day,nnd until the
polls were closed andtheballots counted,
no one was willing to Invest much on tho
result. The vote was large, though It
lacked about one hundred and twenty
tlvo ballots of being up to that of last
year. The following Is the result of the
days voting, which shows that though
Messrs. SalTord nnd btratton were the
gentlemen chosen by tho people, they
gained tlm day, as the saying I. by the
sklu of their teeth:
SaUord's midorlty over Metcalf. 28
Sallbrd's majority over Harrell 30
Sallotd's majority over Stratton 10
Stratton's majority over Harrell 23
Slratton's majority oyer Metcalf. 12
Metcalfs majority over Harrell 11
Uy the above It will bo see that Mr.
Pnnord led the ticket.
Fifty cents, at Wlnlei'.s Gallery.
Keau Tin. Hlrd cages, liowfr stand
flower train, mo baskets, lee cream
freezers, toilet ware, bath tub, lamp
chimneys, oil, tinting irons mid thilhig
scissors ; also a full supply ot plain nud
stnmpod tinware, wholesale and retail,
by C, V. Henderson, 101 Coiiunerclal nv
, eniie, Cnlro. Illinois. :i-fi-lni
Mote lulu yeMerday itiot nirtfr, nnd
mud In the street.
The Turners nre bny gelling ready
for their ball and . supper on Easier .Mon
The Delta City Cornet Hand will
give a grand ball and supper on the night
of Easter Monday.
Kcmcmlier the grand ball Easter
Monday. April 17th. given by the Delta
( ity Cornet Hand at Kluge'shall.
The third anniversary of the Delia
City Comet Itjtid will come oil" April
ICth nt Kluge' hall nnd a grand tune Is
The balloting for tlicehoiceofschool
directors at the Eleventh street school
house yesterday, was very spliited, and
a large vote was polled.
The colored men did a big lot of wot k
nt tho polls yesterday. They cat their
vote solid for Messrs. Sallord and Strat
ton. They say they are allllcd with
The rain fall for the month of March
at this place wa !.8I Inches. The aver
age rain fall per month, we are Informed
by Sergeant Watson. Is about lour
Special bargains in muslin at Gold
stlne & Kosen water's. :t.2f5-tr
The Planter s house, under the care
of Mr. Kexford, we arc pleased to learn.
Is taking Its place among the most prom
inent and popular hotels hi tho West.
The list of arrivals al the Planter's for
the month of March foots up 1.1 10.
A splendid selection of cheviots Ju-t
received at Goldstlnu A Ko-cnwatcr's.
We this morning publish a card from
Judge lllrd. In which he states that he
gave no authority to announce
him as n candidate for school director.
When the rumor came to u on Frldaj
that Mr. llird had signified his intention
to be a candidate, wedoubted lis truth.
and went to his olllcu to be .et right In
the matter, but finding him absent, we
gave the story as a rumor, and nothing
more. We did not say he was a candi
date. We alil we heard he was to be a
-Tho L'cv. Mr. Gilbert returned from
his. Southern trip yesterday, and will con.
duct religious services al Ihe church of
the Kedeeiner to-dav.
Mr. II. II. ( andce returned from
Cincinnati on Friday night. He says
there Is lots of water between hare and
Cincinnati, but that tho Ohio wa on a
stand there Friday morning.
Marsh Warren who has been doing
the city of St. Louis for the past llircu
week, returned home Friday.
George cimer. ot Cincinnati, was
in the city yctcrday. Mr. W timer Is tho
agent of the noted Dayton lircweryot
that city, and Is hero for tho purpo-e ot
Introducing, on a largo scale, his beer.
He is registered ai the Planter.
George It. ( lark and O. Kochlli.thy.
Missouri laud commissioners, of Jeffer
son City, are at the St. ( baric, q'hey
have been prospecting lor several weeks
In the country about New Madrid.
J. ( '. Knbben and wife, of St. Louis,
ate registered at the St. 'harles.
Gen. T. L. Sexton, of Tuiciimbl.i,
Alabama, Is at the St. (.'li.irle.
Mr. W.J. Lew!, of the banking linn
of llariholow Lewi, St. LouU; ( apt.
K. G. House and apt. Thoimis I.. I.ee.of
P.ulucah, were at the St. ( 'harlc .eter
day. They came to attend Ihe sale of tin
towbnat Gov. Allen, which wa-
sold by Deputy United Stale .Mar
shal Peter ?aup yesterday. She wa put
chased by .Mr. Lewi, for $3.!n IK).
Among the arrival at the Planters'
House yesterday, were three gentlemen
of St. l.oul, named ('. L. liti-hmau, L.
W. Ilushmaii and IC. II. lliishmaii. They
are brothers, and turn the scales nt 22.1
pounds. 210 pound, and 322 pound, re
spectively. Mr. John K. Fnrhham. president of
the Cairo City Gas company, and a large
stockholder, arrived In the city yesterday
He Is here to attend the aniimil meeting
of thej-toekholder. Held to elect direc
tors, and for the transaction of other
business. He Is registered at tho St.
All Chronic IiNciich Cui-cil
iiv nn. iii'i.T.
He is located In Cairo, Illinois, and -stlll
calling on you to be healed. Why
will you die of old chronic illi-ea-c, when
you can be cured with so little cost or
money. Do not give it up yet, for thern
Is still balm In Gllead. Cairo is the
place to como to bo cured of nil your
aches and pain.
I am now prepared at my olllcc to give
medicated baths, and persons wMilug to
receive such, will call at my olllcu on
Eighth .street, No. 22, from the hours ol
2 p.m. till H p.m. .Mo plain baths, hot
baths, warm bath, cold baths, or vapor
baths. Also persons having tlm con
sumption or week lungs, and wl-hlng to
receive medicines by inhalation, can re
celvo the treatment t my olllcc, this be
ing tho only true way of getting niedl
cine direct to tho lungs. Also I treat ills
cacs of the eyes of years standing, and
Ihe blind has been madu to see by my
tieatincnt. AH dleaes of tho i-Mn i
cure. Fistula cured by me without tho
u.c of the knife. If you haven cancer,
come nnd be cured. All private diseases
lu thu Miortest time, cured uy me. lu
short, for all chronlu dieacs of thu hu
man system, go to Dr. Ilultz If you wish
to be cured. I compound and prepare all
my medicine at my olllcc. It Is said
that practice makes perfect. I havo been
thlrlv years a practicing physician.
All letters nud communication shall
be confidential and promptly attended to
bv me. Dlncl Dit.llri.-i,
No. 22 Eighth street, Cairo, Illinois.
Un, I'ur Ihe Weil
A good paying bulucss and stand on
Klghth street, between Washington nnd
Commercial avenue, for sale nt a bar
gain. For further particulars. Inquire at
A beautiful line of new embroideries
Just received by the recognized "embrold. '
cry house" of Calro-.L Hurgor Co.
Waii DarjltitMtNT, ItlvmlUrnrr I
April 1 , ,y,r,
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Ilrlnwnlrh water or 1TI.
Suginiit, Signal f-ervlre. T. S. A.
Steamer Jim Flk. Pndiienh.
" ( it) of Chester. Memphis.
' I'.rown and low, St, Louis.
' Oakland and tow, Pittsburg.
" II. c.'Yenger.St. LouU.
" Arlington. Vlckhurg.
" Ity of Vlcksbnrg, Vlckburg.
" ( on. Millar, Cincinnati.
" Mary Houston. Cincinnati.
" Polar Star, barge ( nelnuatl.
Pal leburno. Evansvllle.
Susie Silver. N. O.
" Helle Memphis. Sf. Lou!.
" Liberty No. -f, Cincinnati.
Steamer ,11m FIsk. Padueuli.
" 1 Itj of Chester, St. LouU.
' Kavciinud two, St. LouU.
' Oakland and tow. New Orlcan.
" II. C. Y eager, New Orlcan.
" Arlington, St. LouU.
( ity of Vicksburg, St. LouU.
( on. .Millar, McmpbU.
" Mary Hon-ton, New Orlcan.
" Atlantic, New Orlean.
' Polar Star nnd barge,SI. Louis.
" Pat Cleburne, Kv.iuttlllc.
" Sule Sliver, 'Inclnnatl.
' Helle ol Mcmphl. .Memphis.
Wr.ATIIKIt AMI lltW!Xgli.
The Ohio river ro'o two Inches here
yesterday, but came to a stand at about
noon, ami will probably be falling by
this morning. The .MUsLsippI rose
two Inches at St. Louis yesterday, lint Is
now probably stationary. Knlues was
only moderately active. The day was
cloudy ami gloomy with rain lu Die fore
noon. The Kavcu and barges in backing
oul'from thu landing Saturday, caught
her fuel barges on the head of a barge
along Ide thu shore, tearing a plank oil.
which rc-mllcd hi the total loss of the
barge nnd 000 bushel of coal. She sunk
just above the St. Charles hotel.
I lie Governor Allen was sold yes
terday to W. J. Lewi, of St l.oul. for
Hiram 1 1111 suceeded In recovering
Sniltl) q'orreiice'. tool chest with all lis
The Mary Houston had a good trip
for New Orleans.
The City of Chester brought firt) bal.-s
of cotton for the east.
The Arlington hail CM Ions for St.
Thu Pat Cietmrne had alight trip of
freight, but n mighty gay excur.-Ion party
from .Metropolis .-mil other iielghboilog
-The Kaveu towed Ihe Gov. Allen to
St. LouU. leaving last evening.
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
cltyot Cairo at $2 .VI each (hall price.)
A -liver plated No. 0 WiUon Shuttle
Sewing .Machine, hard (piano) llnl-h,
valued nt 3S.1. Will be sold at $20 dis
count, on good term, and ordered direct
from the factory.
1000 sheet s'of brUtol board ju-t n
celvcd at tho llri.i.r.nx otllce, and lor
salu to the trade.
A No. II Wilson Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine valued at $73. Will be sold at $L1
discount, and ordered direct from the
A'$1M1 Kemlngton Sowing .Machine
$30 oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and hoo manufacturer.
S'lty of Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at half
price ($2..10) at the Hru.irnx otllce.
For any of tho abovu artleles.apply nt
the HitLLKTiN otllce. E. A. Huuxirri.
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL WELD 3-INCH IRON.
.Iilt w lint Ii wanted, .-enil :i-mit (i.uiiii f.ir
circular lu K.MI'lIti: I'OltTAlll.K KOItl.l.CO.
j.iiov, X. V. J-J.ill
l'AI.Vr AM OIIA.
B. P. PARKER,
r?aiuts, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Ptvpor, Window Glasn, Win
dow Shades, &o,
Alnnys ou liaml, the relibrutnl llluuiinatln
A HI ton A Oil,.
Corner Elevontti Street and WuarUae
G. D WILLIAMSON,
I Wholesale Grocer
No. TO OHIO LEVEE.
SJI'KOI A I, uln.nl l.u th lu i-oiut.nment" utt
Evansvilfo, Cairo ana Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
PadvUiiianh,T e.aw.T.eettfwn Evan
and all way landings.
I he iiiirlTiilUM t.le.wn.rl steani-r
1 1 . Cl I'nvi wii
Kd. It. 1 lie-tug .V...."l'7r;."""L.....U.rk"
' """TV.1 fr Cairo erery .MONDAY
an l THUItHDA V at 4 nVloek p. iii.
teiireii Cuirueverr 1 UI-HllA V m,J KItlDAV.al
B o'clock !. mi
'llii- elegant alile-Wlieel ateaiuer
"TV'W""" I Mter.
Will 1 leave l:v'nvillr Kir "Sfro'tvuf "tL'KsI
' a "in saaa-rB a lit 11 I IK II, 1
Will lime Ca!roeery WKDNKSDAY un't SSAT
ritKAVatilu'cloek t. ni
'1 he elf Rant side-wliec ateamer
Mat. Willi ami , i.lrrk.
Leave Kvuinvllle for Culm e cry WLDNKs-
DA V ami .-ATL'ltA I) V nt S p. m
Iitw t'ulroeury 1IIUKSDA Vaml SUNDAY
nt ii i in
Kncli Iwat male elose connections at Cairo
with llrst-clas ateameri fur M. I.imla, .Muu
illle rvil.l Ner (Irleuns. nn.l nt Kiimrllu win.
llie K.AC.ll.lt for all jmlnU Xortli anil Koal,
ami with the Lnultvilli- Mnll .iteauien fm.ali
mini nn nie i pier tililo, giving tliruiiKh n
el.H on freight anil TuiaeiiKer to nil tiolnm
Kor uither itiforinntlon nrnlr tu
.101.. nll.VKIt. VasMngerAprnt
HAM.IDAY linos.; !..,.
I. It. I'lUI.I.ll'S, 'A!tnt.
. OrU. O .1. tiUAMMKIt,
aiiierlntciiiKnt ami General rrelcht Airent,
l'M-w-lr. Ktamvllte Imtiana.
WH0LE3ALK AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vary Close.
iJomur 19th St. and Commsrolal At.
C. O. PATTER & CO.
O. N. HUGHES,
0r Xathuii Uhl'i.
VTOSK l.ut r'irit'Cliua Coiuunira repre
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bask BulMlng, np-iulri.
The Oldest Establlahed Aoncy in South
aru Illlnola, xapraaoaUnv ovr
185 OOO 000
K .1. Ayrea. S. D. Ayre
AYRES k 00.
So fOOhlo I.e(ii',
7' 111 If.
SOX and BASKET CO
Atlkln.l lianl ami aoft,)
FLOOBINO, SIDING, LATH, ft
Kill ui Yar4,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth BtrMt ud
No. 314 N. llttiStMt,Bt.Loula.
Mm. K. A, r.irr., M, I), (In char).
Amiile acaouimodation) ami lrmtipl- Only
ltikit for rertalu ury valuable SiierlmM. ."W
cuivof I'llca, Itlieumallmnaml Sir jfiini iUam4
iciisi-autml, Itale ino'lenile, rr 1 1"
Veuil Uim, .t-il.t)m.