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8808 Yf gOOIKTZKS
AS0A1XJN LOIH1K, NO. f.l.
Knlirhia nf I'rllilaa. meeta CTrrr Fri
day night at lialf-imet aeven, in Odd-
renown' iin - "u.
Af.KXANDKIl LODOK, NO. Ml
.-aaaaaaaas; inurwnunii r
tVlBlowv meet every lliumdiiy n i Kht
P at liair-Mt aeven . In I heir hall on
,o umcrciai avenue, ui.m ... .-......
"frill ClIA I.AMK, JJ U
' 1 VIUO KNC'AMPMKNT, I. 0. O. V.. merla
Jill tjil'l-r 'liowa null oil me iirai uim iinru
, i.Hi.lnv Li every nioiilli, at hair-pat aeven
.IWil II (IdjaMAM, 0 )
a CAIIlOl.ODOi:. .VO.OT.A.r. A A. M.
-ert llulilri'Ktil.ir comrnutilratlim In Ma
)Vi inili' Hall, rorm r (.'oliumri'lal avenue
' 'and Klxlitli atritt, on the eirond anil
iiiiii .Momi.iv ni iacii monili,
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
- Iloufc on Ninth tn.i't, iK'tween V.'nl
nut nm! Oeilnr MreeU, .?1..
ritorn room on I.evee. Miu't, alinw
Twogonl rottn).c. oiiTwnity-N'Iiith
atreel, ucnr (.'oimiicrclal avenue.
fltori! tooiii on Cniniiieiel.il avenue,
licit to Wiiu-rly hotel. )0.
(looil ita-elllng house, on Wutti ut , Ik
tween Twenty-Trow. mul Twenty-tli'iil
Store-room iiorner Twenlletli aii'l
Store room adjoining (.hove, $M.
Twostorv' hoiiwon oth treet, west
ot Wnslilnt'ton avenue, $15.
Hons? on Walnut street, nenr Center
jileaiint premises, GO.
House on Commercial avenue, near
l!th Mreet. Suitable for liiitu'ai anil
.1 wclllnjf, $lfi.
Winter's lllock fiiltfthle Tor Hotel
Ofllcei or HtulncH roomi cheap.
.'IVneinenti numbwil 1, 8, !) mid
10, Winter'" Itow, 5 room each for $10
Cotta'i on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I room, $7.
- Storu room In "Pilot IIone," lately
teeupled Uy A. Ilalley.
- flwellliij; home on Sixth treet and
Jell'eron avenm; $10.
-Orphan Asylum hullillii ami preml
Rent low, to a kocmI teninU
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 n month.
Rooms In varloiu part ol thu city.
FOR I.KASK OR HAIiK.
Ivh1h, In traett to Milt, near Cairo.
Roojii io Rkm. Four looms, and a
neati'ottnj.'e on Third Street, free from
nipt, water, awl in ood erudition. Kn
iiiilre. of Win. .Melliile. at the Delta
A. Ham.i.y. A llnelot of table and
pocket cutlery, alo ap.-iuV, fliovel-1-hoe,
rakes, forks.axc.'' and a genera! line
of hardware Jii't received hy A. Ilalley,
1 1.1 Commercial avenue. '-i-1 8-3m.
.Il-r Rl.CKIVKie A. Ilalley hm jut
received n line lot of canary awl moek
Inj; hlnl elites, ilower Hand, doner
trainer, haket', archer, heart' and
wreathe", which lie lias marked very low.
at 1 1.1 Commercial avenue. 'J-IS-frn.
Xoncr m ('A.viiiiiAri:. (.andldates
may uc the eoliimiH of the Uri.i.KTi.v
to hrlnir their names lietnre the people, at
the fullowhc rates, taih in aitrancr ,
"Ity Clerk, $5 ; 'lty TreA-urer, $.1; All
deruian, ?2. No variation trnm the mih
in mlrancr rule. tf
Skk Koch.'. ICoeli, at hl 'hop and
itorn room, No. l0 Cnmmerciu! avenue,
)ia for alu a -tocl. of hoots awl .hoe-i ol
his own make ; ulo a lare stock of t.
l.ouU eii-tom inady lioot awl hoes. lie
keeps the hi'st material awl i up In all
the liite-t tjleis. IIU lit are perfect, awl
atlfactlon U juaranteed. lie him a
lUisine-s lloii'e lately occupied hy
Wood Rltteuhoiue A ( 'o., on I.evee he
low 1 Ith streci. Reil very reafonuhle.
Dwelling houe, 7 rooms; 10 lot
enclosed, in good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut MrceK Rent low to
it good tenant.
Two tenements on west side of Com
mercial avenue near Filth street, sultahle
lor shop and dwelling. Itont for each, $8
Dwelling hoiiRe, .1 room, on Fifth
street near Wnfnut, In good repair. Rent
r?l2.S0 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twcnty-llr.H nlreot, near Sycnmore
north side. Rent $.1, per mouth.
Two .-mall houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Rent low.
Basement of hrlek hulldlug, west iddc
of Washington avenue near Klghteenth
street, live rooms hi good condition!
Building on east side of Commercial
avenue, near Tenth street, sultahle for
eaipeuter shop. Cheap rent.
Building on west side of Commercial
iwenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Rent very low.
Tenements, olllces and rooms In vari
ous lacations. Rents low.
Lots and lands for sale or lease.
John Q. Uaiiman it Co.,
Real "'"statu Agents, coiner Sixth and
I.evee streets. It-l.Vtf
.Vouch. Hardware, tinware and
stoves, plown, hand cultivators, spades,
vihovels, forks, hoes, rakes, step ladders ;
alio keep constantly on hand u line as
sortment ol tahlo nwl pocket cutlery and
hulldcr's hardware, I am sole agent for
tint celebrated Charter Oak stoves, of
which I keep In stock a full supyly of the
.different sizes. The above articles at
"rock bottom llgures'"
.:i-5-lm 0. W. HKNiucnsoN,
101 Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ilk
W'r nrenulliorinl tnnnnaunre that It. A. Kit
liiiiinlsnii la an Inili lrtnclint l!c'iilillraii ramll
ilntr lor Mirtllt, at the fnnilnp count) rli-ctlon.
i:iuiiiii llci.l.crit i-I'lroif nniwimiri'llial lanl
a cahillilatr lor I tie (inlreeri Itjr .lrrk,atllieai
jM!u hlnK rll y rlrrllrm Wnx K. IIiwkin.
We arraiilliorlMl In announce Hie name if
.IA.MM W. viKWAIlT n a riimlMjlp lor Hit
nflire ol Cll) Ui rL, nt IheriixihiK "It)' Oeiilon.
We nre antliorlriit to announce Hie name nf
V, K. A.M.I, V huh caniliilalr fur le-fliftlon tu
theollireurc'lly Clerk at I lie emuinK charter
IIOAIIO Ol' KUIICATIOS.
Mr. William Stratum 1 hereby nnnounrnl aaa
Klrcllun, Sutiiriluy, A.rll tat.
hakn or Anvr.KTiNixti.
E-A1I hllli fur ailrertiainK, are due and pay
able IN AUVAMCI
Trnntlent alrertlain(r will tie InierteJ at Ilia
rate of 11 1 xre'iuarc for the tint Inwrllon
ami V rent tut each uliuiiitnt on A lllieral
iliacountwUI beinaile on nUnJIng anil ilUjilay
for InnertlnK Kuneral notice l W Notice of
meetlnK of ioclelle or ec.ret orders renU fur
Church, Society, Kestlttl anil .Siiiier notice!
will only be Intend aa iutverttiiioenU
No a-ttertlMnient will be received at leaa than
McenU, ami no aierllenient will be Inierteil
for leu than three ilollara rer month
Local Bualnaaa Notlcaa, of
ten linea or more. Inserted
In the Bulletin follows :
Commence Counting at ten JLInea.
One Insertion per line 9 Cents.
Two Insertions per line 7 Cents.
Three Insertions per line.... ......10 Cents.
HI x insertions car 11ns IB Cents.
Two weeks per line - 80 Cents.
One month per line 36 Cents.
Mo Reduction will be made in above
TIIPKSDAV. AI'RIhO, lh70.
Loral Weather Report.
Cairo, 111., April 0, 1STC.
Tux. I Will). I Vil. I Wcatii.
2 ii. in
."er.'eant, Sljunl herrlte, 17 S. A,
I nut recelvel hy (oldstlne t Rosen-
Fresh arrival ot a very large assort
went ol ladles' and gents' Lid gloves at
I Burger & Co. :i-2I-tl
Linen lihre, plate llnish, letter and note
ji:it at the Bri.i.r.Ti.v olllcc. Blue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
;nliiiirre l.iwr and Xrttlnga.
CaOiiutre lace and netting, a splendid
assortment, certain to pleae the ladles,
Jut In, at J. Burger & Co. 3-21-tf
Alteutlon ! Itenlera.
Wo have four dozen Imitation Kbony
?pr.igue Can-OjK'iiers, taken for adver
tising, which we will sell at two dollars
l r ilo. ii. Iiiiiiire at Bulletin olllcc.
A heaiitlful line of new embroideries
just received by the recognised "embroid
ery house ' of Cairo .1. Burger & Co.
Oo you know that .1. Burger it Co. are
in receipt of n magnificent line of carpets
and oil clothes, all the very latest styles
and designs V The first arrival of the sea
sou. Stop In and examine their stock.
This popular saloon, comer Fourteenth
rtrcetanil Washington avenue, Is open to
the public. The bar i supplied with
pure wines, choice Ihjuors and the finest
brands of cigars.
:i-2.Vlm A. Knot's, Proprietor.
Leap Yeitr I'll My.
The Free Benevolent Sonw ami Daugh
ters ot America will give a leap year
party at Phlllls' hall on Thursday even
ing, April Cth. The committee of ar
rangements arc making every prepara
tion nud a pleasant and enjnyablo time is
anticipated. A general Invitation to at
tend Is extended to the public, lit
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tun Bum.kti.n, unless the
same Is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany, ami we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
CaIIIO Bl'I.I.KTlN t OMI'ANV.
November ID. IMTi. tt
Fur a clca.i shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to .1.
ficorgo Stelnhouse on Klgbth 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 of his customers.
Mr. S. Roscnwatcrof the firm of Gold
stlue & Rosenwater, Is now and has been
for the past two weeks In New York,
purchasing a stock ol new spring goods.
The firm Is dally In receipt of large In
voices of new and fashlonablu spring dry
goods, men's furnishing goods, Ae.'(
which they aro selling at remarkably low
llgures. It will pay you to call around
and sec them. :i-20-lf
George I.attncr, proprietor ol'tho New
Kxeelslor Haloon, Commercial avciiue(
three doors below Sixth street, Is bound
to became the popular icsort of the city.
This morning at iu o ciock no win man
guratea new feature In his lino ofhusl
ness, to-wlt : Ho will resuino specie pay-ment-pay
out sliver In making change
A free lunch every morning at 10 o'clock.
Thu liar Is stocked with Pilsner beer, and
the lest ol wines, liquors and cigars.
Glvu the F.xeeMor a call It Is the place
W.h: I 41' I .V I 1'. Kalr
so.0, 4 I W t 11 , ito
M.V 1 it I .V 'J ! do
M.ZVi I Ut ' N 11 do
lor the hest beer, and hard money, n
Isaac Smith, a eoloied loan, living In
the north end of town, died of pneumonia
yesterday morning, lie had been sick
for one week.
Mr. I). A. Echols, who was shot, and
It was thought fatally wounded hy
.losepli Dnpoysterat Fort Jefferson a lew
days ago. we aro told, Is rccowlng.
All parties having claims against the
New Levee are hereby untitled that I will
settle the same, as directed by the city
council, on Monday next.
It n. F. IIi.akk, City Treasurer.
The examination of Louis I). Thorns,
bankrupt, which was set to take
place before Register John Q. Harmaii
yesterday morning, was postponed until
A lady and gentlemen from tho "rural
deestrlets," named Win. Wlm and Mrs.
-Mary Kennedy, appeared before Judge
Bross yesterday, and expressed their de
sire to have hU honor tie for them the
matrimonial knot, which he did, ami
the couple departed.
For West Point,
Mr. Harry Moon and sister, of Cape
Girardeau, were In the city yesterday.
Mr. Moon has received the appointment
of a cadetslilp at West Point, from the
fifth congressional district of Missouri,
and Is now on his way to that place to
assume his studies. His sister accom
panies htm as far as Philadelphia, where
she will attend the ( 'entennlal.
Dr. George Parker, who accompanied
Alderman Thomas Halliday to New Or
leans, returned yesterday morning. He
says Alderman llatllday has entirely re
covered his health. Dr. Parker left Mr.
Halliday at Jackson, Tennessee, where
he was to meet Captain W. P. Halliday.
The two will arrive home to-day.
In Itie City.
0. A. Harker. Esq., of Vienna, John
son county, was In the city on Tuesday
on huilnces pertaining to thu late con
tested election case between himself and
Ma). Kuykendall. We learn from Mr. il.
that by Judge Baker's decision, after
throwing out all illegal ballots on both
side, Mr. Harker still had a clear major
Ity ot thirty-two votes. It Is hardly prob
ably that the case will be taken to the
Mr. James De.Mott, manager of Roth-
chllds A Company's Royal Victoria Cir
cus and Menagerie, returned bv the
steamer Vlckshurg yesterday morning
with a fine young Hon, two camels, a
beautiful ring horse and twelve mules.
Mr. I'eMott Is fait getting his animals,
blriU and horses In readiness for the
(rent ctaukrapt Male,
Now Is your last chance to get your
goods at less than cost, as I have bought
the whole bankrupt stock of Hellbron &
Well, consisting of dry goods, motions,
clothing, etc., at such low prices that en
ables me to give everybody bargains that
will .-atlsty even the hardest customer.
I will continue the business at the old
stand ot Hellbron & Well only tor thirty
days longer, and all the goods must be
sold within that time on account of re
moval. Be on hand In time, before all
the bargains are gone, as I mean busi
ness. Solomon pAiiKini, ol Chi.
l-5-lm 142 Commercial avenue.
.linrrinaje of an Old 'alrolle.
From the Sparta i'laimieater we learn
that "one of those quiet little affairs
which sometimes take inadamc tumor
unawares, and causes mankind to rctlcct
on the uncertainty of her foreknowledge
of coming events, took place at the resi
dence of Hon. J. E. Detrlch, on last
Wednesday evening. We refer to the
Joining in the holy bouds of matrimony
Mrs. F. B. Jacobs of this place, and Mr.
Win. Wctzell of Mound City. Rev. W.
J. Gellesplc tied the knot. We are out ol
old shoes but extend our best wishes, and
say a long, prosperous nud happy life to
Amanda Jones was arrested hy 0111.
cer Wooten for being drunk and disturb.
Ing tho peace, and as a preliminary to
her arraignment before the legal bar, was
put In the calaboose. Sho was tried yes
terday and sent to jail tor seven days In
default of the payment ot a lino of
llye dollars and costs.
George Duffy an J Peter McClare were
taken up by Officer Andy Cain lor light
ing. Judge Bross lined them each live
dollars and costs, nud scut them to jalj
lor tour days because they dldn t pay.
il.'Utle Brown is a lady who appeared
before Judge Bross yesterday and got
out a warrant for the arrest of another
lady named Mattlo Jones, who site
swears Is guilty ol selling liquor without
license. Sho also had a warrant made
out for Mattlo charging her with violat
ing the laws of decency by living with a
man who is not her husband. She
left the office happy iu tho thought that
Mattie was In a tight fix.
A No. 1 Laundry,
It Is now conceded that Mrs, Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial nvej
lines, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
lords of hotels and hoarding houses will
dud it to their advuntago to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows: Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per down. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, lOoj per
do.en, SOe; socks, Be; two collars, 5o;
two handkerchiefs, fie; vests, 20a; and
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen,
Ladles plain calico dresses, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, ftOo; white
dresses, $1 25o ; ladies' underware, line
iiud.eoarse, $l 00 per dozen. 1-23-tf.
We yeiteiday published the llt nt ottl
cers elected by the Arab lire company
at their meeting Monday night, Iml
through the negligence of the Infernal
compositor, who has been the pest of our
existence, the name or Mr. J. ( . Hucls,
who was chosen secretary, wa? omitted.
We republish the list, a? follows:
B.F.Blake, president;.!. II. RRten
home, vice-president ; J. c. Hucls,
secretary; Wood Rltteiihomc, trea
surer; John IL Robinson, T.
J. Ivertb, Carl Peters, Edward Deonla,
Jacob Goldstlne, and Wilton Trigg, di
rectors. Foreman of engine, Fred Whltcamp
assistant, Frank I. Pecker; forctoniL of
hose, Carl Peters; assistant, Julius Ser
Mr. J. B. Matlock, of Nashville, Illi
nois, Is at the St. Charles. Mr. Matlock
is the edltoV and proprietor of the Nash
ville Journal, and paid us a brotherly
B. J. Van Dorn, ol" Tennessee, Is at
the St. Charles.
James T. Johnson, of New York, Is at
the St. Charles.
Mr. K. M. Long, an extensive lum
ber dealer of Terre Haute, Indiana, Is at
tho St. Charles.
William A. Edmundson, superintend
ent of sleeping cars on tho New Or
leans and St. Louis railroad, Is at the St.
Charles. Mr. Edmundson Is accompan
ied by Ids ratully, who rssldoln St. Louis,
and who are on a pleasure tour through
Mr. Dewey, lather of Mr. E. S.
Dewey, commlsslsslon merchant of this
city, who has been sojourning with his
son lor several weeks, returned to his
home near Chicago on Tuesday.
Ml. Nar)'a Park.
Some time ago the council Instructed
the Street committee to rent out, If pos
lble, St. Mary's park to any party or
parties who would agree to Improve the
park. The matter again came up In the
couucll on Tuesday night, when a note
was read from Col. Taylor, In which he
said It the park was rented he would re
vert the land back to the property com
pany. The question of the park being
Improved at the expense of the city was
brought up anil occasioned quite a lengthy
debate. Mr. Lancaster of thu Fifth ward,
said he had a man who would plant two
hundred trees there for sixty dollars.
Mayor Winter said he had a man who
would plant two hundred trees for fifty
dollars, and his mau would agree to keep
stock out of the park.
Alderman Wright said there was no
use In planting trees In the park unless
boxes were put around them. No man
was going to stand at the gate and keep
out stock unless lie was well paid, and
unless some one was there to take care of
the trees they were sure to be ruined, as
the park was public property and the
gate could not be kept locked.
Alderaiau Vocum suggested that the
park be sowed down with thistles, which
would keep out both man and heart, and
there would be no more fuss about it.
The street committee was then Instruct
ed to make Jthe best arrangement they
could for tho Improvement of the park,
and report at the next mieting.
r. J. W. Mitchell.
Who cures plles.wilhout knife, ligature
or caustic, will arrive In Cairo, Wednes
day, April 5th, and will locate here per
manently for the practice of his profes
sion. Dr. M., wo learn from very reliable
authority. Is a physician and surgeon of
large experience, acknowledged skill, ami
also a very aft'able gentleman. He has
lor years devoted himself to the treat
ment of surgical and chronic diseases.
Ho will guarantee cure In every case ot
piles, and treats very successfully diseases
ol the eye and ear, also diseases peculiar
From the favorable testimonials ho
brings, wc recommend him to the af
flicted in and around Ca iro.
Another lot ol animals for the Roth
child menagerie arrived by river yester.
Judge Bird's police court was closed
yesterday, Judge Bird being absent from
Special bargains In muslins at Gold
stlne t Rosenwatcr's. 3-20-tf
Tho Delta City Comet hand were out
on a serenading trip Tuesday night, and
gave the citizens about the band stands a
fine musical treat.
At the council meeting on Tuesday
evening, Treasurer Blake was ordered to
have printed levee warrants, hearing 10
per cjnt. Interest tor blank amounts,
which will be tilled up by him for the
amount due each creditor on account of
work done on tho new levee, and paid
out as a settlement In full ot each ac
count. The process or paying tho men
who worked on tholevcn will begin .Mon
day A splendid selection of cheviots just
received at Goldstlne & Rosenwatcr's.
The mayor, with Aldermen Rittcn
house, Lancaster and Nellis, will wait
upjh Col. Taylor, and endeavor to per
suade that gentlemen to withdraw lrom
further proceedings against the Narrow
Gauge railroad, and sell to that road the
right ol way Into the city over the new
levee ; but us Col. Taylor Is absent lrom
tho city, l ho consultation of tho commit
tee will not take place until his return,
and when he will return we do not know.
Fitly cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Haiun'hMaunoma I! ai.u preserves ond
restores the complexion ; removes freck
les, tan and sallowness ; makes the skin
soil, white and delicate. Its application
cunnot bo detected. ll-lO-dAwly.
Lvon'h Katiuikon makes beautiful,
glosy, luxuriant hair; prevents iu fall
ing out or turning gray. U has stood the
test of 40 years. Is charmingly perfumed,
mill has no rival. SMO-d&wly
rnlrn Alajfatider Jliinllnif C'lial e
tlratitl Hit 1 1 to Take 1'Iiick .llnnilnr
Ke, April 17111
The members of the above club having
secured the largest and best hall (Wash
Ington Hall.) and the bet music (Prof.
Elsenbnrg's full band) In the oily, they
extect and Intend to have one ol the best
and most enjoyable dances that overtook
place lu the city. They arc having the
hall thoroughly renovated lrom top to
bottom. The ladles' reception room will
ben model ol beauty, na the gentlemen on
the committee of decoration have taken
special pains to fit up this room. The
decorations of the dancing hall will be the
finest ever seen In this city. Among the
numerous articles for decortlug ami fes
tooning the hall wc noticed autEngllsh,
Pruslan, French, Ruslan, Spanish,
IrUli and the American dags. The mem
bers or the club are determined to rival
all their former efforts, and are giv
ing their time and expending their
money with a liberality that shows they
mean to leave nothing undone to make
their party a success.
W. T, Bi:i:i:wa1!t,
Pun. Ml' IIi.im.
committee on Arrangements.
Dr, HebcrnClallin or iho Northwestern
Cancer Institute No. BITS, Wahah ae
nue, Chicago, will be In Cairo, at. the St.
Charles hotel, April 21st and 22d to treat
patients for this dreaded dlcae. Can
cers may be surely, speedily nud perma
nently cured, iu all Its forms, If taken be
fore the patient Is too far gone without
the use of the knife, with little or no pain,
and without debilitating the patient.
This remedy was discovered hy Dr.
Clallln, and is known only to hlm-clf.
Having tested Its elllcncy thoroughly
during twenty years' practice, he Is pre
pared to guarantee an aboIutc and ner-
manent cure In every caehe undertakes.
for Knuana anil S'oliirmlit.
The Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fe
railroad from Kansas City and Ate.hNon
on the Missouri river, via Topcka. the
capltol ot Kansas, and the hcautilul r
kansas valley to tho Rocky Mountains.
The shortest mite- to Puebelo the Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Manltou,
Pikes Speak, and all places of note In the
mountain regions. The favorite route
to Denver and all points In Northern
Colorado. The best route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. The
only cllrtet route to the famous San
Juan mines. The track nud equipment
Is uncqualed, trains run through from
the Missouri river, to tho Rocky Moun
tains, making connections In Union de
pots and avoiding delavs ltud trans
tors. For lull descriptive chciilars
maps, time tables, etc., address
T. .1. Amh'.uson.
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Topeka. Kan.
All t'lirmile IlKeitet 4'nretl
hy mi. hi'i.t.
lie is located lu Cairo, Illinois, and Is
till calling on you to be healed. Why
will you die or old chronic diseases, when
you can bo cured with so little cost or
money. Do not give it up yet, Tor there
U still balm In GHend. Cairo Is Hie
place to come to be cured ot all your
aches and pains.
I am now prepared at my olllee to give
medicated baths, and pcrMins wihlug to
receive .such, will mil at my otllcn on
Eighth street. No. 22, from tho hours ot
2 p.m. till ! p.m. Also plain baths, hot
baths, warm baths, cold baths, (r vapor
baths. Also persons having tho con
xlimptloii or week lungs, nud wi.diiug to
receive medicines by inhalation, can re
eelvc the treatment at my olllcc, this be
ing the only true way of getting medl
cine direct to the lungs. Also I treat dis
eaes ol the eyes of years standing, and
the blind has been made to see by my
treatment. All diseases of thu skin
cure. Fistula cured by me without tho
use of the knife. If you haven cancer,
come and be cured. All private diseases
lu the shortest time, cured hy me. lu
short, for alt chronic diseases of the hu
man system, go to Dr. Unit. If you wish
to be cured. 1 compound and prepare all
my medicines at my olllcc. It Is said
that practice makes ierfect. I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All letters and communications shall
be confidential and promptly attended to
by me. Direct Du. Hui.tz,
No. 22 Eighth street, Cairo, Illinois.
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
city ol Cairo at $2 50 each (hall price.)
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) liuMt,
valued at $85. Will he sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the factory.
1000 sheets of brlslol board Just re
ceived at the Bum.kti.n olllee, and lor
sale to the trade.
A No.!) Wilson .Shuttle Sew ing Ma
chine valued at $75. Will ho sold ntSIfi
discount, and ordered direct ft-om tho
A $00 Remington Sewing Machine
$110 oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
I lly of t'uiro,
colored and varnMied, for .-ale at hall
price ($2.50) at the Bum.kti.v olllee.
For any of thonbovo artlclcs.apply nt
tho Bum.ktin olllcc. K. A. BuiiNuvr.
Tho Bri.i.r.Ti.v lias for sale one Hundred
founts of Job type, Including many series
that are now generally lu use lu the find
class Job olllces of thu United States. All
these founts will be sold ut half their
original cost. .Many of them are com
plete and almost new, embracing a largo
vurlety, among them being Payson
scripts, Eureka texts, title trM open,
Phldlau, illumed black, monastic, broad
gauge, Egyptian, bank note italic, Tu.
can, engravers' open, Celtic, French
clarendon, nle, Wc oiler llieo lounts
lor sale because we are Ilea renewing Iho
material of the Bu.i.kiin Job olllcc with
the latest faces, all costly mid adapted In
city use. In a few days we will iend to
our country lilends circular displaying
founts separately mid lu scries, tn which
will Ik attached price and terms, Whcro
whole series are purchased special reduo
Hons will be made, Orders lor job print
ing lrom country nlliccs promptly ile.
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, JAMKH W A ISDN,
."enreant, Signal Sentrr, I', s. A.
I'ort I.UI. "
Steamer Jim Flsk. Paducah.
" Belle Memphis, Memphis.
" Ironsides, Ohio river.
" City of Vlckshurg, St. Louis.
" Bee and barges, New Orleans.
U. P. Schcnck, New Orleans.
" A. J. Baker, b.irgcs,' Nashville.
" Garrett and barges, N. O.
" Nail City and barges, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" A.J. Baker, tow, Nashville.
Belle Memphis. Memphis.
" Ironsides, St. Louis.
" John Ollmorc, Nashville.
" City of Vlcksbnrg. Vlckshurg.
" Bee and barges, St. Louis.
I. P. Schcnck, Cincinnati.
Nail City and barges, Wheeling.
There was hi feet I Indies on the
gauge lat evening. The Ohio ut in
elnnatl declined J feet 5 Inches ; at Louis
vllle 1 foot 5 Inches and at Evansvlllc U
Inches. The ( uiuberland river lell II feet.
At Paducah the rise was a Inches, nnd nt
this point there wat a rise of 1 inch.
The weather was clear and cool,
with a bilsk north wind throughout the
Business was verv quiet.
- -The Jim Flsk Is the packet lor Pa
ducali this evening. She leaves at live
The Nail City passed up the Ohio
from St. Louis Tor Wheeling, with two
barge of Iron ore.
The Belle ot Memphis came up lrom
Memphis lu the night, with a fair trip for
St. Louis. She put ofl ome cotton here
nnd went on.
The St. Louis Jltpuliticun says: "The
competition that has existed iu the boat
ing trade of tho Illinois for about a year
past has come to an end. Negotiations
have been going on for some days lor the
purchase of the Mary Boyd by the Illi
nois Packet company, and a telegram was
received yetcrday by her clerk, from the
owner. MaJ. R. II. Whlttlg, M. C. now
In Washington, Instructing him to hold
the boat at St. Louis, It U presumed
thl" settles the matter."
The John Gllinnre left with her tow
for Nashville- yesterday. She brings out
a tow ot'eoak for St. Loul?.
The C P. Schcnck passed up lrom
New Orleans yesterday morning, for Cin
cinnati. The lice and barges, from New Or
leans for St. Louis, pas-cd up ye.-teiday
Tho City of Vlckshurg came down
lioni St. Louis for Pit Mmrg with about
four hundred tons. She madu no addi
Tho Thompson Deaiie is tidveitUcd
to leave New Orleans to-day. She pro
poses to inaugurate the Centennial by
making a grand opening trip to Cincin
nati, 'i lie Mary llouMon I- down to
leave that port on Saturday lor Chiein
The llglit-house lender Lilly, is still
lying nt thu wharf, awaiting the arrival of
Tho John W. Garrett and barges ar.
rled fiom New Orleans yesterday mom.
log. Shu went into New Orleans with
an excellent trip. Captain Bootli lias
laid the Garrett and barges up here, In
tending lo waltjuutll there Is a '.better
sight for a good trip and less .vater
hi the rivers.
SoMuniiNii Nkw. Tliu llghtnng, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg bentcr,
the latest and tho best ever made, at A.
Ilalley's, who is now selling his large
stock ot stoves, tin and brlttaua ware nt
greatly reduced price. Give him a call
hclorn you purchase, 115 Commercial nv
Till! lll'LI.KTIN liriutillR
ettutilii-liiiu'ul makes a
iHH'i.iity of nm iitiiiN,
Xolo lli'.uU, f-elter Heails,
Stiili'ineiita, Cauls, Hlr rifik ut tlii'e price s
Hmall li' bill lu-wl-s )i r lii.'li el isi
Mi-ilium uleis lilll lirmN, jwr tiiuiiiiinl a 7,'i
All mi liiiirliva ioiiiii i:in'r, OirlUlu inllU,
niteit ttvn eeaU Jul' pound lil'hiT linn puper
liMil liy any other onlcv mini to order ut the
mllU iMi.iTlnlly for this olUrc
Stutfmi'iiU, Cuilyele, per ui if:l on
Utter Heads, Cail)sir, per Iishi I ,Vi
.Null! Iti-uilt, Cinly-lo, per Uso ; tin
liiiiliKeuiiu ierini kuiie 7,'c
lliHliics cards, Xo. I .'r-ply lliitol luuml.
tier looo - i: in no
llinini'H ciinli, So 1 lilunk, per Inno a ml
ijiurlci'-iilieel, h.ilf-sluct, fiill-aluvt nii.l threo
flliittpoati'i', nml colored Work In low St I.1111U
I'uinplilel, Ilnok Work uiul 1'rlre I.l.l made
WH0LK3ALK AND RETAIL.
l rN THE OITY.
1 Goods Sold Very Clone.
' iloniHt 10th, St. and Cowmarcul A
j CAIIIO, ILLINOIS
' C. 0. PATIER & CO
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""insneito, Ills ,.Jan U,w,.
n.r'Ur-llc cent (i a:.) per ton
neV,lT.n.y MlM r on Irack iit.lxtce.:
JIM ilollara per ir ') tmi he . Turtles hoc
?e. , "V'1 .'.r '"I'PHe-lat tTa.on.litn
- r,er,.iW''.1 ""'" dellrer thla e-ul t..
am part or tliu dty at lieu rcur load, mak-
meil lir thou. and U . U uippllnl from
i.urinlnN.aml It liai 110 iierlor In theiiiatu-t.
Addieu all order fur coal W r
Jas. A. ViedlcfcCo.,
i.tty, M- Vr,Ji K1 l teams and will ilc
her thin ennl nt a.1 'U.ercnr. l.JiUilif.
EvanSvilfe, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawnootown, Evanc
villo, Louisvillo, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
1 lie unrivalled aidc-wli.! ateauier
I). O. Fowlkh Matter.
Ku. It. TmiMA" Clerk.
Will leave Krunarille fur Cairo et err HONDA X
and TlimtSUAY at! o'clock p. 111.
Leal rt Cnlroct ery TUKS II A V and FRIDAY, I
(I o'clock i, 111.
The elegant il.le-wlirel tteamer
llt.V 1I()HARII................. ..JUfr.
W ALTHII II. raNNlNiiTOf tlerU.
Will leure Kvanaville for Cairo every TUKi-
11 AY and t'UIUAY nt 4 o'clock p. 111.
Will leave Cairo every WEON'KSDA Y and SAT
UKUAY at U o'clock v. m
'Hie elegant nlc-wlii tteamer
John ftorr Miurr
Mat. YViLMAMt Clerk.
leaves Kvundvllte for Cairo every WKDNF.S-
1AY and SAT UllADY at p. m
Uinea Cairo every I'llUUSIlAYuml SUNDAY
Kuoh Wit makes close ronnectlona at Cairo
wltli llrt-d&iM ateumera for St. Louis, Mara
pliisandNew (Irlemij, and ut Kvantrllle
the K. A C. 11. It rnr nil point North ami Kast,
and with tlie Louisville Mall Steamera fohtJl
olntaonttie Upjier Ohio, fflvlnff throiiKhr"
eli ts mi fivtfilita uud lunsenKen to all pohita
Kor erther Information aiiiily to
SU1.. HILVKU. Vuaacnjrer Aueut.
HALLIDAY IlltOS., (.,.
.1. M. 1'HII.UI'S. 'jAKnU
Or to (i J.GUAMMKlt,
oiiptlintiiidvnt and General Krciglit Aueut,
liKl-.si-lv. Kvanaville Indiana.
WHOI.USM.l: (1IKII EUN.
STRATTON & BIRD,"
A.OKNTU AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Levoe.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. IS OHIO LEVEE.
i'KCIAI.attenlioi Klven locoiulKiunenta an t
0. N. HUGHES,
Over Xftthnii ft Unl'i.
"VTONH but Flrit-Clasa Com pan lea reTJ
73 OHIO LETEE.
City National Baak loiUlsg, op-tAkl.
t:io OlditUatabUih4 Agency in Soalta
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PE AIEU liANDS.
'Hichitcluni'0.foivoc4 airiliiiltaml 'Jjimla on
iKt Yaiw' turoit. lisurmiw iireai.
liou't (un anrrUkj, ImiIko toacountiy llial ha i
Urn provtil to be gowt e l y,ur iir b
iKitul cant to l.auu tvuu'r . " .
IniiliiiBlnn. Iiiwtt,ainlre,lf''fr"' l' ".f
i.ndNHiraAttKariiiei',illirl'rt of laiN. i
low voiiiid Irip rale. 3'iH " "