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"ascaIon LOOUK, NO. 61.
ir..i..i,i ..f lit itiUn. mr-rbi ever? Frl-
ilar nUlit at halM-H aeyan. In Odd-
rAluxif Hull. - - llow,
IVIKO I.M.AMi'MIJNT, I. O. O. I"., nwtU
. J,n O,W rrllnwa' IUII on the Ural riiU third
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" u ( AiuoLoixii:. No.wr,A.i a a. m.
JV- II.iMivioilnr coDirriuulratlciii In Ma
Xr'ili" "'l corner Commercial ateoue
'an.i Kltilitli iln-cl, on the m com awl
irlli Monitor ofiw.li uintitli.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Hoim; on Ninth street, bitwieti Wal
nut and Cedar streets, $lfi.
Store room on Lcveo street, above
Two good cottages on Twcnly-Nlnlli
street, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
next to Wavcrly littcl, $10.
(jootl dwelling house on Walnut, 1k:-
twecn Twenty-second and Twenty-th'rri
Store-room eorner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 CO.
Store room adjoining above,
Two storv house on 5th street, west
nl Washington avenue, $10.
Houe on Walnut street, near Center
plca(int premises, $12-CO.
House on Commercial avenue, near
loth mrrpt. Suitable for business and
Winter's Mock-suitable for Hotel
Ollkes or Hushics rooms cheap.
Tenement numbered 1, 8. ft and
10. Winter's How, C mourn eaeh for $10
Cottage on Sixth street, near
Ington avenue I rooms, i.
.Store room in "Pilot I In ,' lately
..cctipled by A. Ilulley.
lHvellhiL' houw on Sixth street ami
1lrftVroii avenue $10.
- Orphan Asylum building ami pti ml
e. Kent low, to a good ten int.
. -.Store room, corner Twentieth and
Warrington avenue, $12 a month.
Kooini In varlon parts ot thu elty.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
-Laud, In tratU to cult, uear Cairo.
Ituslncjn House lately ix-cupled by
Wood Hlttetdinui! it ( o on l.evee be
low 1 1th street It it very reasonable.
DwelllnK hotwo, 7 room'; 10 lot
inclosed, In "(Kid order, on Twenty
lotirth ami Wulnttt Mreelt. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on uef t Mrie of Com
merekil avenue near KilHi Mntt, i-tiiiaMi
lor Mioii nml duelllni'. Kent I'.ireaeh, $5
Dwelling hou'e, ,i loonn-, on Kit I It
tii..'t nenr Walnut, in tnod iftialr. Kent
12..V) per month.
-Cottnue. 2 rooms and Mtehcn
Twenty-tlrst Mnet, near Syeamnre
north side. Kent rC. moulh.
Two Mimll hoiiMS. niitthet eorner
I-illeeuth and Popttlnt. Kent low
Uan-nientof bilel; biilldinjf,wel hide
of Wa.hlnj'ton avenue tirar KIhUenih
utreet. live room? In i.'Ofl enndlllonl
IlillIdlliL'on eat -ide of ( 'iimuieieiai
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
earneuter (hop. Cheap tent
HttlldiiiK on wet -Idc of t 'ouimerelal
iiVL-nue. near Twelllh street. Old "City
Hall.'' Kent very low.
Tenement", olll(v. anil tonm in vail
one lacation. Keiits low.
--I.oti and lauri'i for sale or h ae.
.Ions O. II ikmax A Co.
lieal Ettiiltt A L-enH. eorner Sixth and
1. 1' ve streets. IMfelt
All t'tu onto liflK'H 4'iireil
nv nit. iifin.
lie U located In Cairo. Illinois and U
still calling on you to l; healed. Why
will you die of old chronic riiseac. when
vim can bu cured with ao little cost or
tnonev. Ho not give it up yet, for there
U Mill balm in (Ulead. Cairo Is the
iii.ii! to come to be cured ol all your
mdiiw nnil ll.lllis.
I am now prepared at thy ouiee to give
medicated baths, aud irsons wIMilug to
iceelvo such, will call at my olllci on
Kiiihth Mteet, No. 22, from the hours ol
2 p.m. tlllt) p.m. Also plain baths, hot
baths, warm bath, cold baths, or vapor
baths. Al'o persons having the con
sumption or week lungs, antl wishing to
receive medicines by inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment at my olllce, tills be
lug the only true way of getting mcril
cine direct to tho lungs. Also I treat dis
eases ot the eyes of years standing, ami
the blind has been mariu to pee by my
treatment. All dl-eaaes of tho skin j
cure. Fistula cured by me without the
ne of the Knife. If you have u cancer,
conn) and be cured. All prlvato diseases
in the shortest time, cured by me. In
j,nrt for nil chronic, dli-eafces of till) llti
man system, go to Dr. Ilnltz If you wish
i imil. 1 comnound and nreiiuro all
my medicines at my olllce. It U said
that nractlco inake perfect. I have been
nriietlchiir nil v-lclui).
Ali Litn mid coiumuuicatlniiH hhall
bn conildcntlal anil promptly attended to
by me. Direct '"' "J .
No. 22 F.lglith street, Cairo, Illinois
.soricK. llntilwato, 'tlnwiint mid
Moves, plows, baud cultivator-), spades,
hhovelrt, Ibrks, hoes, rakes, step ladders ;
alo keen constantly on hand u lino a
snrtinentol table and pnukut cutlery and
builder's hardware. I am solo agent for
Mm celebrated Chaiter Oak stoves, of
which I keep lit stock a full supyly of the
.iitrorent slx-s. Tim above articles at
"rock bottom llgtircs-"
M.r..liii C W. HENDKIirtO.N,
101 Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111.
Hr aicatilhoilred to announce tint It. A. KM-
iiiiimlanii hiti Inilenendint KniRbllrati i-anill
late lur Minlff, lit the running rotintt election.
I'Olt CI I V CI.KHK.
I:iiiiiiii llri i ttiy i l'lrae announce that I mil
aranillilate lur Hit nMrc ofCit)- Clerk, at the
imiatlilhjf city election WILL K. llAttSliu.
We areiuilintlfe,! tu announce tin1 name of
.JAM KM V. M'KWAKT cawliilale for tin
olBccnfCltyncrk, at llieriiiiilnK rity election.
We an- nutliotlred to aimoiiure the name or
W. V. AXI.hY na candiaatr for re-election to
the office of City Clerk at the ensuing charter
IIUAIHI OK KDttCAIIO.V.
Mr. William Stratton la hereby announce,! a a
raiidl'lHteror .Memwroiwie noam " ......v.......
Election, Saturday, Airll it.
HAI.M or 'VKRf.i:
jJ-AII llll for aJrertlnnir, ar due ami
Imn.leat wlveitUInK will be lnitrte.1 t tl.
rote of II rii'Uure forth Drt lnertion
ami 60 ec.nl1 for each iiibinitient one A lllieral
iliicount will tie ma'le on Handing anil Jliplay
or lnnerting runtrai noun ..uuicvi
rmctlnK of aocletlea or aecrtt ordera to o nti for
earti Insertion .
Church, Uocletr, leeuiai ami nuir rnrat"
will only I IniertH M alTrtlmenU
No advertisement will be reclel at lean than
fiocrnta, anilnoa'iTertl'ementwin ! ium-wii
for leAH ttian three dollara wt month
Local Bualnea Notlcea, of
ten lines or more. Inserted
In the Bulletin as follows :
Commence Counting at ten Unti
Onn tnanrtlon Her line
...... 7 Cents.
Two Insertions per line..
Three insertions per line
Hlx Insertion per line -Two
weeks per line
One month per line
No Reduction will be made
SATl'KDAY. APKII.8, INC.
I.oel Wrnlber Report.
Oil no, lL!..,;A.rll
JO.W7 I V.'f
Wind, j Vkl
i p. in
Prrtcrant. Bltfnal hervlce, V .A.
.Ittet ti'ceived by iloldetlne
Frcih arilval ol a very large a.iort
inentol ladles' and gents' kid gloves at
.1 llurger & Co. !l-21-tt
Linen llbre, iriatellnUh, letter aud note
pajx rat the Ht t.unix olllee. Hlue and
ream laid, below St. Louis prices.
Unaliiurre Lares anil MrllliiKs.
CaMiinere law anil netting, a splendid
assortment, certain to please the ladles,
JiiM In, at J. llurger A-Co. :t-21-lf
Wei liurr lour dixuii Imltullnn Klmny
inrague t;an-uiHners, laKcn iur nuver-
tMng, which wo will fell at two dollars
l r dni n. Inquire at Itnlletln olllee.
A beautiful line tif new embroideries
just received by the recognized "embroid
cry houte" of Cairo .1. I.urger A ( o.
lloiisf lireprm, Altviillou.
Do vnu know that .1. llurger A Co. are
in receipt of a rnngnilleent line ol carets
and oil clothes, all the very lateM styles
and designs 'r The llrst arrival of the sea-
.on. Stop In and examine their itock.
This popular saloon, comer Fourteenth
stuet aud Washington avenue, Is oten to
the public. The bar U supplletl with
nun' wines, choice Honors and the llnest
brands of cigar.
,!-2.i-lm A. Knot's, Proprietor,
We will pay no bills contracted by any
miilnvp of TlIK UllLLETIN. UUlef S Hie
same is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany, and wo will aceopt no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
CaIIIO HlIM.KTIS OHI'ASV.
November 10. 1S7C tl
For a elea.i shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to .i
Cicorge Stelnhou'e on highlit street
Alexander County Hank building. Ills
shop Is always neat: his towels alway
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
his tables covered with the latest dally
papers, tor the beuelltof his customers
(Jeorge Lattner, proprietor of the New
Kxcelslor Saloon, Commercial avenue
three doors below Sixth street, Is bound
to became the popular resort of the city
Tills morning at 10 o'clock ho win man
inirnto a now feature it his line ol busl
rs . ... ,
ness. towlt : Hu will rcsiimo specie pay
mcnt pay out silver In making change
A free lunch every morning at loo ciock
Thu lur Is stocked with Pll.ncr beer, and
tho best ol wines, liquors ami cigars
(Jive tho l'.xeclslor n call-It Is thu placo
for tho best beer, and hard money, tf
Ski: Koch. C. Koch, at his shop and
store room, No. 00 Commercial avenue
has for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
his own make ; also a large stock of St.
Louis custom made boots and shoes. He
keeps the best material and h up in all
the latest styles. His llts arc perfect, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Olvo him a
Noiick to Canohi.. Candidates
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may two mo columns ot me in.i.i.r.n.i
to bring their names bcloro the people, a
Ihe following rates, ranh in mhanet
City Clerk, $5: City Treasurer, $r; All
ilcruiiin, $2. No vailallon irom nn
i ailranet rule.
A. Hai.lkv. A llnelot of table and
Docket cutlery, also spades, shovels-
hoes, rakes, forks.axes aud a general Hue
of hardware Just received by A. Ilalley,
no commercial avenue.
1 I Clear
P i do
2 ! ilii
1 I Uu
cllhrua at Well.
The aaalKnee ol Hlibron t Well, bank
rupt lias sold out the entire stock of
the defunct llrm to Solomon Parlera, or
Cincinnati, for llfty cents on the dollar.
Kothehlld European elrcns ami me
nagerie Mill Inaugurate their Centennial
eaon by giving their llrst fxhlbllloii
two weeks Irom to-day, April 2J.I.
All partle having claims agahut the
New Levee are hereby nntllled that I will
nettle the same, as directed by Ihe. city
council, on Monday next.
It K. V. Hi.aick, City TreaMirer.
TUr Knights of Pjrililnn.
At the regular meeting of the Knight
of Pythias on Wednesday night, It was
decided that the members of the order
would hold a grand celebration In this
city on the. twelfth day ol .tunc next.
II uy Your Woods
At wholesale at the New York More.
Call and obtain prices.
1-8-lOt Patikk N; o.
Wc arc glad Mayor Winter put down
his loot for olllccr llrown Cairo needs
him, and we hope the council will retain
him In his present poiltlon. He Is a ca
pable and lit every wise a ti'eful olllcer.
10 bales ot 4-1 muslin 7Jc at lh New
York tore. AUo 1000 pieces ol prints,
choice stylet at" and 8 cents per yard,
retail t4101! Patier A Co.
I'oinlukT lo Cnlro.
.Mr. (Jrorge It. Kranon, thetranpporta-
tlon contracting agent for Howe'g great
London show, Is In the city. We. are
told that he Is making arrangements for
the coming of the company he represent'
to Cairo some time during the coming
month ot .lune.
4 pounds Golden Rio coffee for $1 00
Choice gn-cn Rio codec, 1 00
of matches large.
4 pounds best soda,
4 " K-st March,
All oilier goods as low. Choice, butter
by the pound or package at the
4-3-10t Nmv Voiik Stoui;.
A flood Word.
Mr. John H. Kern ol Milwaukee, one
ol the largest mill owners In the coun
try, was in Cairo on Thursday. Mr.
Kern was here looking through Halllday
lire's mills. .Mr. E. C Notbohm, onejof
the owners ot the La Croix purlller, wai
also in the city, and in company with Mr.
Kern, visited the mills. .Mr. Notbohm,
who makes it his bu-lness to visit all
mills where this purlller Is u-icrj, pays
Mr. Adams, Halllday Brother's head man
at the mills, a very flattering compliment
by saying that In no mill in the country
Is the La Croix purifier worked to such a
degree of perfection as it Is worked by
The great glassware sale at the corner
of Tenth street and Washington avenue,
this morning at 0 o'clock. It
The examination of L. D. Thorns be
fore 1!L stcr Harmon, on a warrant oi
bankruptcy, was concluded yesterday
and Thorns was discharged front cus
tody. In the three criminal cases pend
ing against Thorns, ho was held to ball in
the sum of live hundred dollars on each
charge. Hu will probably give the re
quired ball to-dav. In the examination,
Thorns said that lie had after closing out
business here, $13,000, which he secreted
In the attic of the Grand Central hotel.
where he was boarding at the time of his
arrest. Hu was taken to Sprlnglield anil
put Into prison, and that when the Grand
Central burned, the money burned with
It, and that he Is now pennyless,
Jre-nt 11a u limp I Hale.
Now Is your last chance to got your
goods at loss than cost, as I have bought
the whole bankrupt stock of Hellbron .t
Weil, consisting ot dry goods, notions,
clothing, etc., at such low prices that en.
nbles me to give everybody bargains that
will satlM'y even the hardest customer.
I will continue the business at the old
stand ot Hcllbrou & Weil only lor thirty
days longer, and all the goods must be
sold w ithin that time on account of re
tnoval. He on hand in time, before all
the bargains arc gone, as I mean hul
ness. Solomon Pahkiua, ot Cln.
4-5-lm 142 Commercial avenue.
Tho sociable ut Rev. Mr. George
Thursday evening, was well attended, and
the affair was very pleasant. Tho host
and hostess tiled to make every ono
happy and at homo, aud tho attempt was
entirely successlul. Church sociables
are misnamed, and am on an average
about as unsociable and stupid gather
lugs as cm be Indulged In ; but this has
been an exceptional season. There was
a noticeable- scarcity ot young gentlemen
and conscnucntly a large number of dis
appointed young ladles at thu last out1
This ought not, and of course will not
occur again. Thu next on the list, we
belluve, is to be at thu Methodist parson
Gen. Green H. Kaum is at the St.
T. L. Dean, a prominent Insurance
man of Detroit, Is at thu St. Charles.
-Mr. '. A. Piirdeau, of New Orleans,
Is at the St. Cliiuiet. Mr. Pardeatt Is ono
of the prominent oOIclals of Ihe Southern
- Mr. George A. Peebles, au eens lvn
grain dealer, is at I he St. Charles.
Mr. Will Walker of Helleville, on
his wav home by river from Louisville,
yesterday, stopped over for a low hours
visiting friends and viewing thcattraetlve
features or Cairo. It waslrii llrst visit to
the city, and hu was rather favorably Im
pressed with our little city's advantages,
in spite fit (herein water.
THE CAIRO APPROPRIATION.
us Nurd as Wr Hoped lor, lull
.More Til nn W i:ei'ted.
A flood Tiring Vrom Mr.HiitieU.
A letter written by Hon. Win. Ilarlell
to Ihe editor of the IUu.t.Kiiv, conveys
theplealng Intelligence that an appro
priation or $20,000 to be used In prevent
ing the caving ol ihe river batiks at ( aim
has been reported by the committee on
commerce of the House ot ui prcsrnia-
tlves at Washington. This report will
secure Its success beyond pcradvuiture.
While wc hoped lor a larger appropria
tion, this Is moru than wc have, of late
been expecting. Mr. Hartell had to la
bor with much Industry to get anything.
He Is entitled to the thank or our peo
Howe's great London circus will
vilt Cairo in June.
The rivers began falling here yester
day. Special bargains In inusllin at Gold
stlno & Koen water's. 3.20-tf
Hothctnlds Royal Victoria Circus
and Menagarle wilt give their llrst exhi
bition lit this city on the 22d Instant.
A splendid M-lcctlon of cheviots Just
received at Goldsllne A Kornwater s.
Washington avenue, from Eighteenth
to Twenty-eighth streets is in a very bad
condition for travel, and the people re
siding in the tipper end of town are want
Ing to know when repairs on tho streets
are to begin.
The Caito Alexander Hunting Club,
the Delta City Cornet band and the Turn
ers arc all getting ready to give grand
suppers and dances, and It Is hard to tell
which organization will make the biggest
success of the Ir undertaking. Thu Turn
era hold their celebration at Turner Hall;
the Cairo Alexander Hunting Club at
Washington Hall, and the Delta City
Comet band at Kluge's Hall.
A Farm rorirc fur 816.
We call your attention to the adver
tisement of the Empire Portable Forgo
company, ol Troy, New York, who have
pcrlcctcd a forge designed especially for
farm use, which they sell at one-half the
cost ot any forgo ever made before. They
guarantee It to weld threc-lnclt Iron, and,
as It has no belts or bellows, and made
entirely of Iron and brass, can never
wear out. There Is nothing more vexing
to the farmer when busy, than to
hare some hook, bold, chain or tool
about their machinery, break, requiring
him to stop work, hitch up a team and
drive to the village blacksmith, miles dis
tant, or send to the factory for repairs,
costing not only time, but money, when
If the conveniences were at hand, they
could do it In filteeii minutes. Cclug
awarc of these facts, they oiler you, at a
small price, the necessary tools, which
can be set up In your shed, and with lit
tie care and experience you can dolour-
tlitba of your repairing. The essential
thing to have is a good iorge, aud wc be
lieve those they oiler yon are. the best,
strongest, cheapest and simplest, making
a hot lire with solt or hard coal, or char
coal, hotter than you will ever require.
These forges have been made for years,
and ot thu hundreds of them In use, not
one has ever failed to give the moM per
fect saturation. We advise every farmer
to send at onc to the manufacturer and
Way thai are Crooked.
Within the last tot days there have
been more than a tlo.eu petty thefts
ommllted In this city, and In not more
than one or two Instances have the crim
inals been brought to justice. 'I he most
ol these outrages have taken place in the
lower end or town. The thieves have
done their work in various ways. One
Instance ot their cheek is that about a
week ngo an old gentlemen got oh" a boat
at the wharf, and, being a stranger, went
out In search of a hotel. He found
his way to Commercial avenue and
Fourth street, where he met a couple
of darkles, whom he asked to tell him
where he could llnd n hotel. One o'
the daikles said he could tlnri one for
him. and the nartv started up the
street. The old gentleman was Irri up
Fourth street toward Washington avc-
mie, and when midway between the two
avenues, was told by one ot the daikles
to sit down. Ilebccamu frightened and
did as hu was Instructed, when thu darkey
proceeded to pull off hH boots
and placing them on his own
feet, leaving tho shoes which hu had
on on tne MuewaiK, aim me two uu
. a . x .1-
parted, leaving the old man to mourn Ills
loss and llnd a hotel unassisted. Auotiier
Instance Is ns follows: On Wednesday
darkey named 'antn.il from Kentucky
camo to tho cltv to "liavu a little fun."
He had with him a small sum of money
nnd after running about town until night
went down street to n negro dcu well
known to the police, whero ho engaged
lodging. After ho had gone to bed the
landlady suddenly appeared beforo him
with a revolver and told him to get up
and leave. He did so, and when he got
out of the house round hu wits minus his
moncv, which he claims (ho landlady
took from him while he was aslicp. .
number of other little robberies of
similar nature have taken place, but no
arrests have been made. The police
however, are on tho watch.
Spring tiietallc bind, 'gum, rubber, or
knobs are Inconsistent and 'Injurious
Dr. Rainbow's patent cure never tails
aud surprK's doctors aud all who use It
nr.n't miss this rare chance, whim the
doctor himself will bo at No. 110 l .lglitl
street, between Commercial and Wash
liiL'ton avenues, Monday and Tuesday
next. It Imparts vitai'.ly unit sircngin
to tho weak and feeble, aud enables all
who use them to tako all klniUol exer
else free, easy and safe Ihn whole- tier
votts system continually MrciiglheiN
until the runture U cured ; aud tho
causes of many other dlcasis and by It
le moved, '
Mr. Iliinley' Addreaa nl (lie I'miernl
ol fnpi 'I linn n, Itniiilrli-li, Unroll
jo, i ton.
The billowing addtcs, delivered by
the Hey. Dr. Ilawicy, at the fuuiT.il of
C aptain Milan It. Goodrtcii, at Auburn,
New Vnrk, we clip from the Auburn
Dally Adtntittr i
liie few words I havu to sav ate read
ily suggested by the event which has
brought us together. Death Is always its
own Interpreter, and never Is lis lessons
so Impressive as when a Iricnd, a elticu
Is taken away In tho inldM. of his tlays
nnd thu promise of still many years of
useitiincss, witii nn estaiiiisueii cnarac
ter. already tried and matured bv larue
nnd varied e.vporienco and lounrieil on
our menu. wiion remains nave been
brought rro.ri n distant city lor burial
among his kindred, was well-known here
wberu be was born and where be has lelt a
name which is associated with many
cherished memories. It was here that he
Hid tho Inundations or n character which
won for lilm thu conlldcnce or all who
knew him, and gave him position and in
fluence In subequi:nt We. There Is but
one line of testimony hi this regard, both
tit Atiuurn aim trout Miose witii wuom ue
was associated In later veitrs. Though
he has died In the nritiiu or .ils life, he
has left a record which we now review
with gratltudu and satMactlnn, mingled
Indeed with sadness that one who bad
done so much and done It so well, could
not have len spared to live longer. It
has been a lire crowded with events and
shaped by a discipline Hill of Intel cM and
Captain Goodrich was among the very
first of our young men who responded to
the call of tne nation tonrmsluricfcnsunr
Its life against armed rebellion. He en
listed asa private among the three months'
men In the "Old Nineteenth," nndjreinnln
cd in ttiu service through tho changes
which p.i?i:d over this gallant regiment,
until It was merged in the lid N. V. Ar
tillery, and with the hitter through the
entire period of the war. He was only
eighteen years of age at the time of his
enllstmciil. and ot rather delicate consti
tution so much so that his friends feared
he might not bo able to endure thu trial
ol thu llrst biicf campaign. He, how
ever, rapidly grew Into a koldlor,
and soon became noted among his
comrades Tor his coolness and manly
courage. On one occasion, at the siege
of Little Washington, N. .. conducted
by J.ongstrect, he was publicly compli
mented on the Held by t lie commanding
olllccr. General l'ostcr. lor ins bravery in
a (liHIcuit position hi the defense ot thu
place, and was rewankd with his llrst
promotion. He subsequently pasted
through tho several grades or promotion
to his captaincy, in each Instance forsomc
gallant service rendered. Hu participated
In the battles ol Klngstonaud Whitehall,
ami, I think, Gold-borough, In North
Carolina, nnd was also engaged at the
slegij of Petetsburgh ; and Ids record,
covering the entire pctioil ol tho war, Is
without a blcmlth.
Hut though he scrvlvcd the perils of
the field, the various exposures and hard
ships ot thu service, as In a miiltltiidu ol
instances, made Inroads upon Ids consti
tution which were never repaired, and
tothesu.'doubtk-ss, may bis traced more or
less directly. Ids early death. 1 regard
his death, as that also of his lamented
lather. Captain Luthur (loodtich, of the
nth. Who tiled shortly alter the c oe ol
the war. as truly a sacrifice on thu altar
or patriotism, as If they had fatten lnlr.it-
ue: ami now wo uuinnrr iiiem botb
among out honored dead. It has been
my duty not uiilreqiicntiy, during the
past fifteen years to perforin tho last olll-
s ol religion, at inu graves oi our sol
diers who fell In thu strife, or whose days
were cut short by the hardships ol t lie
service here In Auburn, once among the
mountains ol my native region, and once
In one ol the .National ccmeiern-s ami m
each Instance I have regarded thu offer
ing as alike laid upon my country's altar.
Kaeii Hie inns given is a nunc in tne
sum of sacrifice that the nation might
live. Each died of valor l a unite in the
nation s iMirchacd "lory. And t Is an
honor which will gain lustre as time goes
on. to havn bornu a part lu tho greatest
and most lleretlv contested struggles ol
ill the ages, lor instlce. libel ly ami hu-
man wcllare, ami to nau conquered.
Some still survive, who may cherKh,
while they live the manly pride of having
discharged a high trust In their time,
and, what Is better, the generous senti
ment that they nave none soineiuing to
perpetuate, the blessings of good govern
ment and to save a sacred cause, lu Us
xtrcmltv. for wide h the good and the
brave anil the true of all time have been
ready lo lay down their lives.
At the cloo of the war. Cant, tjood-
rich resumed tho duties of thu civil hie
for which his earlier training had lilted
111 in ; and at the time of his death was oc
cupying a position of largo rcponsilillity
In connection with one of tho important
lines of travel and commerce at the West.
He brought to every trust committed to
him the same fidelity and Intelligence
which characterized Ids military career.
One who has been associated with him
Intimately tor nearly hall his life, hoih
hi the War and since. In business rela
tions, and who was with him In hl last
hours, says "be was the very soui oi nnuor
and Integrity." He was, tnovever, pop
ular, becausu of his pleasant ways with
all, and his courteous habit so well adapt
ed to make irlends and to nttach them
These are things wu love to remember
nfnnr friends when thev tire tuketi Irom
us. Hut mom than this, our departed
brother was ii sincere, Chllstlail.nl Intel
llurent views, and alive to tnu nonoroi
i-itirion. both In sncccli and conduct. 1
am Informed that ho early made a public
profes- on of bis lallii In tne ciiurcn in
. . . ... . i.i.ti ,.i.it...
wineii no was nuriurcu. n unu lernuuu
In the cltv of New Vork. nnd bclore re
ttinvimr to the West, ho was a diligent nt-
teiii ant ttnnn l u 111 uiisiry ui wr. n-
. t .. ..... ? i. ir...
hv tn whom bo becamu strongly
,iiur,iiiii. nml who. as the pastor of the
fain v with wbleb capi. uoouricu uu
iu,-.i.il be marriage, was ex
peeled to olllclato on Ibis occasion, aim
was oniy prevciiicu i-uk-" " ,
,,,, 1 liU rnntml. It S ellOllgll
J . i.... i... r.......1
mr us in kiiv iiiiii in- ii-,u
God ; was Jii-d and kind to
to his fellow men ; was nrithtul to his
country lu thu time of her greatest trial;
nnd that, now through thu grace of the
.Master Whom no louoweu. wu may minis
olhhiias having entered upon t no re
wards ot a well spent inc. i.ei t u "
rlin consolation of those who are bowed
...hi, ,,ri,,i in iimir emit on i ercavc iiieiit,
Let them trust Inipllclty In God who
"doth not willingly allllct nor grlcyo the
i.Iillilrn nl men." J.i-u mini
r ill, ill hnrin the words ol
Jesus, nie.scd are they that
...n,,r if iIk.i- alull be comforted, ho
will they llnd that this great sorrow has
come to them only to open a new page
In tho Hook of Life, to show them things
wlilr.li hrreslter will bo their enduring
iinriinnt for be bulb nln said. ' I lo to
inm-il it II nhiee fur von: and It I go and
!..,!, ii nliirn lor VOII. 1 will COI11U
Jurnln nnd receive VOII llllto llli'sell, thai
where I am, there J'u may be also."
Fifty cases of shoes Just lu and lor salu
low, at the New Vork More. 1-8-101
.lust- IlKCBivr.n' A. Ilalley has just
1.....1 .. 111,.. Int of ...lllllt-V
Ing bird cages, flower stands, flower
trainer;, baskets, ntchnr. hearts and
wreathes, which Im has mm keri very low,
at llfi Commercial avenue. 2.1S-Hm.
The great glassware sale at the corner
of Ten th Mtrcctand Washington avenue,
Ibis morning nt tl o'clock. it
I'lilro AMfxiiiiiler IIiiiiIIiik I'lnli -IUhiiiI
Hull In Take I'lncc .Hominy
IHi', April I7IH.
Thu members of Ihe aliove club having
secured the largest and iK-st hall (Wash
ington Hall.) ami Ihe best tniislc (Prof.
Klsenburg's rull band) In thu city, they
expect ami Intend to have one ol the best
nnd most i nJo;.able dances that ever took
place In the elty. They nte having tho
hall thoroughly renovated liom top to
bottom. The ladies' reception 'room will
boa model ot beauty, as the gentlemen on
the committee of decoration have taken
spc lal pains to HI. up Hits room. The
decorations oftttcilauclnhaH will be the
finest ever seen In this city. Among the
numerous articles rir ileeorling aud rcs
tooultig the hall we noticed an English,
Priislan, French, Russian, Spanish,
Itlsh and the American flags. The mem
bers of the club are determined to rival
all their former ell'orts, and tiru giv
ing their time nnd expending their
money with a liberality that shows they
mean to leave nothing undone to make
their party a success.
W. T. ItCKitWAitr,
'oininltlce tin Arrangements,
l ur Uiiiihiix nml I'oloriiiln.
The Atchison, Topeka ami Santa Fe
railroad from Kansas City and Atcblon
on the Missouri river, via Topeka, the
capltol ot Kansas, and thu beautiful r
kansas valley to thu Kotky Mountains.
The shortest nuteto Pitebvlo ih Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Manltou,
Pikes Speak, and all places of note lu thu
mountain regions. Tho favorite route
to Denver .and all points lu Northern
Colorado. The best route to Southern
Colorado, New .Mexico .and Arizona. The
only direct route to the famous San
Iti.tu mine.'. The track and equipment
Is uiieoualeil. trains run through from
the Missouri rlvcr. to tho Rocky Moun
tains, making connections in union de
pots and avoiding delays and trans-
lers. l or lull descriptive circulars
maps, time tables, etc., atirircs
T. .1. Anpkiisok.
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Topeka. Kan.
Dr, HeberuClalllii of the North western
Cancer Institute No. 1.17.1. Wabash ave
nue, Chicago, will bo In Cairn, at the St.
Charles hotel, April 2Ut and 22d to treat
patients for this dreaded disease. Can
cers may bu surely, speedily and perma
nently cured, In all Its Tortus, II taken be
fore the patient Is too far gone without
the ti-e ot Ihe knife, with llttleor nopaln,
and without debilitating the patient.
This remedy was discovered by Dr.
Clailln, and Is known only to himself.
Having tested Its clllcncy thoroughly
during twenty years,' practice, he Is pre
pared to guaiantee an tibnslutc and per
manent cure In every rase he undertakes.
The following I a list of lettets ru
nmlulng uncalled for In the postoftlee at
Cairo. Alexander county, Illinois, for
the week ending Saturday, April tith,
Ladles. Ilurton, 1'..; Hutlln. A.; Ca
raher, Kllza ; Campbell. M. II.; Camer
on, .Mary; Fl-ber. Katy'; Fitzgerald,
-Mary; llanriihan. Mrs. Pat; I.ockhart.
Llzle; Lane, MUs l.U.tu; Martin, Liz
zie; Mounlord, Salll'e; Mnreba, Violet;
Shaftcr. Francis; Shelby, Georgian;
Gents. Karber, Dr. II. A.; Ilc.iell. II.
11.2; lirooks, S. W.; Cook, C. S.; Dunn,
lautcs; Donley, H. II. W.; Fieclan,
Daniel; Giatcr, .lohn A.; Gordon..!. II.;
Haggrrty, ('has.; Ilaiauian, F.; Hall;
Dr. .1. L.; llognn. Gen.; HarrU, T. J.
Hopkins, W. F. Hopkins; Hull, W. R.
Ingeinaii, HcnJ.; .lone, Andy ; .lack-son,
Henry. King, F. L.; Kaiser, Jacob.
Kerigan, Peter; Little, Harry F. ; Louis,
Wllllo; MeFiirkind, .lames; Mcllalle.
.Miirnhy. .lelm : Magner, .Mike; Mor-
risey, M. P.; Morse, Hid ; Maslln, W. (.'. ;
Miller, W. T.; Noble, Harry; Perry,
Allx ; President Variety Works; Powell,
lames; Patterson, 11. E.; Riser, John;
Riley, Win. 2; Stowe, Frank: Smith,
James IL; Sprout,. las. A. 2; Smothers,
lames ; Smlthreii. Lewis ; Stein, Lewis ;
Stewart, Warren; Wnllae, ,1ns. II.;
WaUh, John; White, S. C
Persons calling for any of the above
letters should please say "Advertised."
Gi:o. W. Mdijid, P. M.
No. I Laundry.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
thu laundress, No. 12 Fourth atrcet, be
tween Washington and Commvrclal tivi'I
lines, has one of thu best conducted laun
dry establishment hi thu ;lty,and laud
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llnd It to their advantage to call upon
her. llcr prices ar6 a follows : Hotel
and boardltig-lioiise washing 7fi cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shlrtand collar, 10c; per
doen, Mio; socks, fie; two collars, fie;
two handkerchiefs, 5o; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, SOc. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 2.'e; calico
dreeses with extra trimmings, Mo; white
ilres.es. 51 2.'u : ladles' unilonvare, flue
and.coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-2.MI".
Filty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
t'lly or Cairo,
colored and varnished, for salu at half
price ($2,50) at thu Humxtin olllce.
Somktiiino 'kw, Tho llghtnng, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
the latest and tho best ever made, at A.
Halley's, who is now selling Iris large
stock ot stoves, tin and brltlana waru at
rcatlf reduced niices. Give Mm a call
- 1 Mro J" lurcl.ase, 113 hv
Waii DcrARTMtiT, ltivra llirosr, f
April ?, .mo
LOW WATin. (1171(11,
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9 II II II
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VirkabiifK . . ,
New Orleans .
Ilelow IiIkIi h liter of Pill.
iTK'ril, Signal amice, V, s. A,
I'orl I. tat.
Sleaiiii;r.llm Flsk, Pndticah.
" Golden Rule, New Orleans.
" Hickory and tow, Sf. Louis.
" Peytona, tow, New Orleans.
" Grand Lake and tow, St. LotHs.
" Iron Mountain, tow, Pittsburg.
' .foltn L. Rhodes, Plltshurg.
" .lohn F. Telle, St. Louis.
" T.T.HIIlinan, NaMivlHe.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
Steamer ,11m Flsk, Padticah.
" Grand Lake, tow, New Orlcan u
" .lohn L. Rhodes. St. LouN.
" Iron Mountain and tow, N. O.
" .lohn F. Tollc, New Orleans.
T.T. Hlllman, Nashville.
Golden Rule, Cincinnati.
" Canlto! City, Vlcksbttrg.
" Hickory and tow, Tenn. rlvcr.
Thu Ohio continues to decline nt Cin
cinnati, LoiiLsvtllo and Kvatisville. Thu
Cumberland Is still going down at Nash
ville, rapidly. At Padiicah the Ohio be
gan falling on yesterday, and last evening;
had rcecduri one Inch. Thu rivers at tlitJ
point alo receded one Inch.
The John L. Rhodes from Pittsburg
for St. Louis, had a good trip. She go!
- The Peytona and barges arrived from
New Orleans on Thursday night.
Tho Hickory nnd tow passed up from
St. Louis to Ihe qVunesscc rlvcr yester
ThuT. T. Hllln.an brought Irom
Nashville, .10 tons pig Iron, for other
points, fcO packages Iron for C. R. Wood
ward. I bogheads sweet potatoes lor St.
Louis, and some other freight. She ha I
also a lot of moving plunder for Helena.
Arkansas. Shu went back with a light
The John F. Telle had a big trip fur
New Orleans. She added about SO tons
here and departed.
The Capitol City, lor Vicksburg.hail
a fair trip, and matin additions or about
10 tons here, Including a lot or ttiovln;;
plunder Kir Helena, Arkansas, broughc
down rrom NalivUle by tho T. T. lllll
maii. Tho Golden Rule passed up with a
fair trip for Cincinnati.
The Jim Flsk had a fair trip from
Padticah and return, and will lcayo lur
th.it port again this evening nl o o'clock
Tho Iron Mountain and tow ar
rived from Pittsburg this morning.
She has In tow seven barges of iron and
freight, and two fuel barges. She has
1,000 tons railroad Iron for tho Now Or
leans, St. Louis nnd Chicago railroad, to
be delivered at Fllmoiu City ; one barge
railroad Iron and one barge or lire brick
tor Memphis, and two barges railroad
Iron aud two barges miscellaneous frelgl t
for New Orleans.
The great city of Alton. Capt.
Hlxbr, has another last trip to add to lu r
already bright record. On her last run
from St. I.nul; to New Orleans and rn
tiirn, -ho made the round trip In tweho
days and three hours. Shu leaves Sc.
Louis to-day for New Orleans.
Thu James Howard lays up at St.
Louis until next week.
The Grand Lake left Ibis port for
New Orleans with a big trip. She mailo
good additions above here. She lashed,
to her tow here barge No. 11, which had
U00 ;hogsheads tobacco, a lot ol flour.
and other freight, she had more than
4,000 tons at departing.
-A $00 Remington Sewing Machine--
i'M oil for cash. Sultablo lor tailor or
boot and shoo manufacturer.
For any of thoabovu artlclcs,apply nt
thu Hill. Mi ns olllce. E. A. HuitNKTf.
STi:.M HO ATM.
Evansvillo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoub, Shawneotown, Evanj
villo, LouiBvillo, Cinolnnati
and all way landings.
'I he iinrivullnl aMr-wlieel itiaim-r
11. tl I'OWI.KIl..
W ill leaveKvikuaTlllo for Calm erery MOMJA V
ami llll.'HSllAY at! o'clock p. m.
Leave UlroeveryTUKSIIAYsmt ritlDAY.ii
IS ii'i lock p. III.
The dcKiint slde-whrel itranicr
IHN lloirAitu ' "ri','ru'
Will have Kvtinavlile. lor Cuiro every lUfcS-
II. It, IIIIIHAS
Will have CuSiocvtry WED.NKSIiAYaiidS.Vf
UUDAV atOo'clock n. m
The elejtaiil nle-wliM tcamcr
join or' - ..
l Y iumI ".VTUIUUY ut p. m
IiVitailnfevrjy lliUUSDAYana 8UNUAT
Kuril' li'ud inakes close connectloua at Oalre)
wlihilrat-cliisji ateamera for Ml. Lonla, Maia
ulil.uinl .New Orlcnu. ami at r.yannTllla wlUs
llirK. &C. It. 11. furnlliiolntaNurUiaDU
n.llttitlie.l4)iilavltIo Mall Slrsiuera foball
.,li,t m IliM 1T,i,M.e
Ohio, Klrinjt thruiig h r"
eltita on frelKUU and wstngra to H p"Ht
Ir'i.r nrther Infurruatlon aiIly to
HOI.. 8H.VKU, VsaseOferA
.Sr-rin..r,J.nt and fl.n.rsi nfl M