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AMUAt.ON I.UIMIK, No. 61.
KiiMttaof rjlhlMi nui-l every Krl
'lay nluht at luilf-iiuiit fven, in Odd
Fellows' Hall. Howe,
AIVYAMI1KH I.lltXIK. NO. 2JI
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.ln odd-Fellows' liny cm the II rut Mid thin
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.IMP II HoMHAM, JI'
AOAIW) I.OI)UK. NO. I7,A.F. A A. It,
Hull rf'irulnr rtimnitinfratlutiii In Ma-
7jf ')lo Mull, corner Commercial avtnue
' w 'ntiil i.tKiitn tnrt, on the nerond ami
onrtii .nonuar oruicn tnontii.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
House on Ninth Mrctit, lutu ( Wal
nut mil! Oilar Alnttf, lately occupied liy
.). .SclUi-olnxcr, Sl".
lSti.liicf linc cm I.cvcetlm-t, above
Two good cottii ;.'(. on Twenty-Ninth
Mrei-t, near Commercial avenue.
.Store loom on C'oiiinii'K'lal avenue,
next to Wuvcrly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 1 tooins on Twenty-third
street, $0. Cood yard and cistern,
(Jood dwelling lioii'eoii Walnut, lic
twecn Twenty-second and Twenty-th'rd
Store-room corner Twenlletli anil
Poplar streets, CO.
Store room niljoliilng aliove, ?3.
Iloii'-coii Commercial uvenue, above
Ninth ftreet, suitable lor hii'Ino and
Ilou'e on Walnut Mrtet, near Center
idea-ant Jireinloej, $11! W.
lloniie on Connnerclal avenue, near
l!)tli strict. .Suitable for litielncH and
-.Suitable for Hotel, Olllces or lliiel
nc rooms cheap.
Tenements imiubered '2, 7, 8 and
0, Winter' l!ov. ! rooms each for $10
per month. Will be put In Urst-cla1
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I room, $7.
Store room in "Pilot iloua'," lately
occupied ly A. Halley.
I)welliiifj Iioiim' on .Sixth trect and
.Tefl'crFon avenue $10.
Orphan Afyliini lmlltiliij; and pieml-H-",
Jient low, to a ood ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, Sl'Jn month.
I'oonn in various part ol the city.
I.anili', In tracU to ?nlt, near Cairo.
- liil'Iiic.M lloiike lately decupled by
Wood Kittcnlioti- it "., on Levee be
low 1 Ith stni t. I!f it very rea.ntinble.
Dwelling lioiiJe. 7 rooms: 10 lot
enclosed, III j;ooil order, on Twenty
fourth aud Walnut MncN. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on vet side of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth Mrcct, Mutable
lor .'hop anil dwelling. Kent foreach, $S
Dwelling hou'e, ."i rooiiM, on Fifth
treet near Walnut, Innod repnlr. Kent
fllWl per month.
Cottage, 'J ronim and kitchen.
Twenty-lin-l street, nenr Hjeauinre
north Mile. Kent ?.", per month.
Two 'mall houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popnlut. Kent low.
lla-cnifnt of brleK Imildliij:, we.-t Mile
of Washiiiton avenue near i:ihteeiilh
htreet, live rooms in 'ooil conditlonl
lSiilldln on eat .'ide of Commercial
iiveuue, near Tenth Mivet, -ultalile fur
carpenter Miop. Cheap lent.
Itullduion wt-t Mde of Comniereial
avenue, near TweKtli treet, Old "City
llall."' Kent very low.
'I'enement0, otllces and rooim in vari
ous lacation. Keuts low.
Lots and laud" for sale or lea-e.
.Ions Haiiman V Co.,
Kcal Kstalu AeutH, corner Sixth and
Levee ctrcets. .'t-b'-tf
All Cltroiile OloeacN S'ureil
r.v mi. iifi.r.
lie Is located in Cairo, IlllnoN, and is
still calliii'r on you to be healed. Why
will you die of old chronic disease?, when
you can lie cured with o little cost or
money. Do not j:ive it up yet, for there
is Ml!! halm In Gllead. Cairo U the
place to come to bo cured ol all your
aches and pains.
I am now prepared at my ollleo to lve
medicated baths, and persons wishing to
receive Mich, will call at my ollleo on
KUlith tieet, No. 22, from thu hours ol
2. p.m. till 0 p.m. Also plain baths, hot
baths, warm bath, cold baths, or vapor
baths. AImj persons havlnj; the eou
Hiniptlonor week lung", aud wishing to
receive medicines by inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment at my olllee, this be
ill" the only true way of ,'eUln mcdi
cine direct to the hull's. Also 1 treat dis
eases ol the eyes of years staudliii', ami
the blind has been made to H'o by my
treatment. All diseases of the bliln i
cure. Fistula cured by me without the
use of the knife. If you have a cancer,
nonio and be cuieil. All private diseases
in the bortcst time, cured by me. In
fchort, for oil chronic diseases of the hu
man nytcm, an to Dr. Uultz If you wwh
to bu cured. 1 compound and prepare all
my medicines at. my olllee. It Is said
that praetleu makes perfect. I have been
thirty yearn n nraetlchis! physician.
All letters aud coniinunleatloiis filial!
lie coiilldentlal and promptly attended to
by me. Direct Dm. Himiz,
No. '2J Klijhth street, Cairo, Illinois.
Fitly cents, at Winter' Gallery.
Wr'ari'nulliorlril tonnnounre Hint II. A. IM'
MiumUon In nn lliilcpnnl' lit Krjinlillran f anl I
IjtcliirMietlir, ul Hie riiruiiijt rounty clertloii,
I.'hlliililn I.LKTIM I I'lrawinnriiinrc that I mil
it vuniUil.iti' 1'ir the ollirp nr( It y I Irrk, al IIhmi
liloarhlnxrlly flection WlIX K. IIahkims.
We oicuntliorliit l nnn'miice Hie name of
.IA.MKS W . ."IKWAIIT n ratiilMnlr fur llie
(illicoiil'Clty (,li'tk, nt tli citfiiliit; i lly Hrctlon,
We .'in1 MH'ioriiil to anuniinra tin iinnie of
. I . AAl.l.i un iiellil.ili' rur icm'Iiciioii io
Ilii'OlliworUty (Jli rL ut tlif cnruliiK clmrtcr
I.. .. ' 111
H I IIMII
WV un- Kiilhorlcl to nntiutinri- Mr I'. M.
NIOCKKI.irill uo canilliUle for Clly Tri-ns-urrr
ntlhc iproiicliini mnnlclpul rlecthm.
itAr.s or ai)Vi:ktiixo.
3-AII bills fur wlvrrtlmniC, re ilue ami Hy-
able IN ADVANCE
1 nimlcnt tt.lvertliluK will be tainted nt tli
rule of II 0 irfjimre for the flrat Intvrliun
anil 'Ji (riiti for inch .ub-f)Ufiit oue A llbcrul
illciunt will lie mails on ctandinic uii'l illijiluy
For Infcrtln Kuncral notice tl W Notice ol
iimtlng of 8ocletl-s or Kecrcl uplen ' cnt for
Miuirli, hoeletjr, cllvalan'l Ktiiir none!
will only be InM-rtiil h ivhrrtlM inentii
No ailvtrtlfenient will lx- rfcelvnl at Una than
So cents, and no LUtcrtbciiunt will lx- Inecrti'l
for It n than lime dollars per month
Local Business Notices, of
ten Unea or more, Inserted
in too ilullelln as rouows :
Commence Couutlnic at ten Lines.
Ono Insertion cer lino 5 Cento.
Two lnsortlons per linn 7 Cents.
Three Insertions per line 10 Cents.
Six Insertions per line 15 Cents.
Two weoks per line - .......lift Cents.
One month per line .....Mb Cents.
No Itoductlon will be made in ubovo
Sl'NDA V, AP1ML!), 187C.
f.ornl Wpttllirr Itrfiorl.
Oaiiio, lLL.,;.irll f, ISlC.
IIai:. 'I nr..
.10. (HI I
.yi.ui'j f I j
.( I 7
Scrxuint. Sluual httvlcv, U. a. A.
Fu-t received by Goldillne t llo'cn-
Fresh arrival ol a very lare assort
ment ol ladles' and gents' kid gloves at
.1 Ilur-'cr A Co. :PJl-t(
Linen lltirc, plate linl-li, letter aud note
paper at the lln.iXTix olllee. liiue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
iiisliinerc I.ix i null XcIIIiik.
Cabinere lnce and nettlns, a splendid
a-orliueut, certain to please the ladiis,
ju-it in, at .1. IturKer ,V Co. :Wl-lf
.lIK ntloll ! IleiilrrH.
We have four do.en Imitation Kbony
pra'ue Can-Opencr, taken for adver
.lIn', which we will sell at two dollar'"
per doen. Inquire at llulletlu olllee.
A beautiful line of nrw eiiihioideilc
just received by the recognized "embroid
ery house'' of Cairo .1. Hurler A; Co.
tliiii'Uieieri, Allen I Inn.
Do you know that,!. Hurler it Co. are
In receipt of a mnniliccnt line, of carpets
and oil clothes, all the very latest styles
ami designs ? The IlrU arrival of the sea
son. .Stop In and examine their stock.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
treet and Washington avenue, Is open to
tin; public. The bar U supplied with
pure wines, choice liipiors aud the llncst
brands of cigars.
It-Sodm A. Knous, Proprietor.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: IIullktin, unless tho
-ami) is made on a written order slgued
by thu president or secretary of the com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employo of tho company, for any
Caiko Hi'i.ixtin Company.
November 10. 1&7". tl
For a clea.i shave, a fa-hlonablo hair
cut, or a thorough hanipoo, go to .1.
George Stelnhou-e on Eighth street,
Alexander County Hank building. Ills
shop is always neat; bis towels always
clean ; bis assistants always polite, ami
his tables covered with the latest dally
papers, lor the benefit of his customers.
Georgu Lattncr, proprietor of thu New
Fxeelsior .Saloon, Comniereial avciiuu
three doors below Sixth street, Is bound
lo became thu DOimlar resort of the city.
This morning at 10 o'clock ho will inau-
urate ii now fenture III his llllU ol busi
ness, to-wit : Ho will resume specie pay
mentpay out silver In making cliango
A free lunch everv nmrnliiL' at 10 o'clock.
The bar is stocked with Pilsner beer, and
the licit ol wines, liquors aud cigars.
Give, the Kxcelslor a call It Is tho place
for tlte best beer, and hard money, tf
Ski: Kocn. C. Koch, at his shop ami
storeroom, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
Ids own make ; alo a large stock of St.
Louis custom madu boots and shocs. Hit
keeps tho best material and is up In all
the latest styles. His Ills aro perfect, uud
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Give him a
Notici: to Oamudatuh. Candidates
may uso the columns of the Hum.ktin
to bring their names heforu tho people, id
the following rate, " advance!
City Clerk. $.r; City Tre.vsurer, $' Al
di rman, $2. No variation Irom the r.iA
Mrs. Dr. Wardncr, who has been In
Chicago for tho lat two week, has re
Fifty cases ofMiocs Just hi and lor salo
low, nt the New York store. 1-8-101
In I ho lly.
Presiding Hitler Pierce of Cnrbondale,
Is In the city. He is liens to attend the
third quarterly meeting of the .Methodist
church, which commenced last evening.
liibbons, fans and parasols, latest tjlcs
and lowest prices for sale at llurger i
Vs. Also aii exquisite lot of cahtncrn
and ecru tic, In the newest design".
Iliirurr A' S'o,
Attention is called to the new double"
column advertisement of this energetic
lirni, which lias Just brought from the
Last n line stock of goods.
For School Trustee.
At the election held yesterday nt the
police headquarters, to elect n school
trustee, Mr. P. W. llarclay was chosen
to lilt the position.
The Delta City Cornet Hand will cele
brate their third anniversary on Monday
(Faster), by giving a grand ball and
supper, and Intend it to surp.isu all here
tofore given. It.
JI iisoiilr Notice,
A Cairo Lodge, No. 2.17, A. F. and
Vjir A. M., will hold a regular coiiimu-
nlcatloti at Masonic hall to-morrow
bers and vliftorg are fraternally Invited
to attend. W. A. Si.oo.Sec'y.
llurger &'o. have a beautiful assort
ment of dress goods ot all kinds, and
silks, ftuminer silks as low as sixty cents
per yard. These are splendid bargains.
Call ami cc them before the rush.
Ladies' linen and alpaca suits, bcautl
lully made and ityllslily trimmed, for
sale at .!. llurger A Co's. These "tilts
are si lling as low as material can be
bought In lids city. Call atids.ee them.
White goods and linens. Including all
kinds of white wear for suits for ladles
and children, at Uurger & Co's. Thu
prices of these goods urc extremely low.
and the stock is a most attractive one.
Kemcmber the ball given by thu Delta
City Cornet Hand on Faster Monday at
K luge's hall. A good time is anticipated.
The best music in the city has been en
gaged for all those w ho w Ish to trip the
light fantastic toe. It.
We (Ids morning announce Mr. F. M.
.Stocktleth as a candidate for city treas
urer. -Mr. .Stocktleth Is one of the most
energetic clcctloneerers in the city, and
will give Mr. Wake a chase that will
make that gentleman sweat.
Thr licit! Ilauil.
The Delta City Cornet band's ball to
be given Faster Monday, promises to be
a grand aflalr. The committee on ar
rangements are doing all In their power
to make llie (iv cning enjoyable to every
To lit l.el Loose.
Mr. Woolen, who has the pest hou-c in
charge, informs us that he will set at
liberty the two small pox patients now
hi the house, on Tuesday, and that be
will give the pest house a thorough
cleaning during the week.
(drills' riiriilolilnif fJooiU.
.1. Uurger it Co.. have added to their
stock this sprint: one of the linest selec
tions ot gents' furnishing goods ever
brought to litis city. Gentlemen are In
vited to call and examine goods before
lloiiko Fiiriilftlilnc UoihIn,
This department at.!. Uurger it Co.'s
store on Comniereial avenue, contains a
lock ol taulu linens, towels, napkin',
mar.sellles quilts, etc.. etc., which will do
light the eye of every housekeeper.
Tlierju good are ollered at panic prices
aud will go oil" like hot cakes.
The I'lrNt Lecture.
S. P. Wheeler, of lids city, delivered
tba first lecture of the series for tho bene
fit of tho Methodist church of Ullcn, in
that village on Friday night, to u tood
audience. The next lecture will be de
livered by the Key. Dr. Allyn, president
of thu Normal University at Caibondale.
There was very little done lu Jiulgu
Uros' police court yesterday. The three
men arrested for stealing copper from
Mr. Alex Frazier, were held to ball In
$:00 each to anscwer at tho next
term of the circuit court, and went to
lull. . .
The Public NrlioolH.
The public schools will open for the
spring term to-morrow morning. Mls
Fmcrlck, who has heretofore taught in
the high school, will take charge, of room
X.. tl 1.. II... 'Pl.t-, .,1. Ll..t lk ll.lt.,.-
.U, ill UIU t fill tUUIIll! CIIIITI. IJIIIIUIII,
vacated at tho eIou of thu last term by
Miss Magglu Aubrey.
Tho mammoth Illuminated bills lor
Ilothnhild A Co.'s Hoyal Victoria ci.-cus
and menagerie aro being put up all over
tho city by tho posters. The show wil'
give tho II 1st exhibition of the season ill
tills city on the. 22d lust., and will then
start on their summer tour.
Olllcer Hobert Illlllngsiy on Friday
night captured two young men suspected
ot being tho parties who stole from tho
shop oi' Mr. Alex Frazier on Wednesday
night, a lot of copper valued at lllty dol
lars. They were put In Jail. Tho stole.
copper was found on Friday hid away lu
tho upper part of town. It was beaten
lip considerably, which was dono by the
thieves It Is presumed to misguide any ono
L. I), Thorns was released from custody
on Friday night, by giving hall In the
sum of lllteen hundred dollars for his
appearance at the next Icim of tho dis
trict court In this city, to answer thrco
criminal charges against him, Judge
Hross and his brother went on Thorns'
bond, Thorns giving Into their care fif
teen hundred dollars, which they arc
authorized to iw. provided he does not
make ids appearance at the appointed
tlrcut Itiuikruiit Smir.
Now Is your last chance to get your
goods at loss than cost, as I have bought
thu whole bankrupt stock of llellb'ron &
Well, consisting of dry goods, notion,
clothing, etc., at such low price that en
ables mo to give everybody bargains that
will satisfy even the harde't customer.
I will continue thu business at the old
stand ol Hellbron & Well only for thirty
days longer, and all the goods must bu
sold within that time on account of re
moval, ltu on hand lu time, before all
the bargains are gone, as I mean busi
ness. .Solomon Paukiiia, of Cln.
l-o-lm 1 12 Commercial avenue.
The rivers aro falling, and lpe water
will soon begin to go.
.Special bargains hi muslins at Gold
stine.t Kosen water's. :)-25-tf
The city election Isdrawlng nigh, and
the candidates are making good ueof
thu limu that intervenes.
Tho race lor aldci manic honor.?, it is
said, will be made ono of tho features In
each ol the wards nt the coming city
A splendid selection of cheviots just
received at Goldstlne & iJoscnwater's.
The report that Mr. A. Comings in
tends to be a candidate for city clef k lias
no foundation. .Mr. C. ha had no in
tention to become a candidate for tills or
any other olllee at this time.
Wilrux for Attlerliiiin.
A number of Germans residing In the
First ward have solicited Mr. .fewelt
Wilcox ol the bt. Charles hotel, to be
come n candidate for aluerman at the
coming election. Mr. Wilcox lias slgnl-
fled his willingness to accept the otllee
provided he Is elected, but says he w.ll
take no part in the canvass. If elected
he will, be has informed ids Irlends, do
all be can to secure a reduction of saloon
license, and in oilier ways aid the cause
of reform. Mr. Wilcox will make au ex
cellent alderman, and will take much In.
terest in city matters. He is a heavy tax
payer, aud it will be to bis interest to re
duce taxes in every possible w ay. There
will probably not be any opposition to
him. He will be acceptable to both the
white and black voters of the First ward.
The 'oiuiiif i:ic clioo.
A meeting of citizens was held at Cas
sino hall on Friday evening, for tho pur
pose of brlngtng outit ticket lor the coin
ing city election, which takes place one
week from next Tuesday. The meeting
was composed of a large number of Ger
man and other citizens, who appointed
several committees, whose duty it willViC'
It Is said, to wait upon and solicit the
gentlemen to become candidates. Mr.
lewett Wilcox, we arc told, is to be the
candidate lor Alderman in the First ward,
lithe place of Mr. Saup, and .Mr. C. W.
Wheeler the candidate in the Fifth ward.
Who the other candidates for aldermen
are we have not learned. It is said that
Mr. F. M. .Stoeklletli will oppo-e Mr.
Ulake for the city treasuryshlp. As th!
s the only organized body of citizens
who have taken any steps looking to the
canvass, it Is believed by many the ticket
will go through without much difficulty.
i pounds Golden Kio cotl'ee for Jl 00
I " Choice green Kio coffee, 1 00
:i prunes, 25
3 " choice rice, "'
0 Dcmora sugar, 1 00
A boxes of matches large. 2.1
1 pounds best soda,
1 " best starch, 2:
All other goods as low. Choice butter
by the pound or packagu at tho
1-S-lOt Nr.w Yoiik Stoiii:.
The regular weekly tobacco sale, at the
Planter's Tobacco Warehouse, was un
usually largely attended on Friday.
Sales wcro spirited. The following con
stitute the number of hogsheads sold.
Lugs. 20 1111(18.-:) 00; I 00 ; f. 00 ;
5 10 ; 5 10 ; t CO ; 5 00 ; .'. 00 ; 5 00 ; 5 150;
4 S3 ; 5 00 5 4 GS ; 5 CO ; 3 10 ; 5 35)
G 00 ; 5 30 ; 5 50 ; 4 CO.
Low leaf. 2 hhds.-SO S3; 0 to.
Medium to good, 13 lihds. 10 25;
8 00; 0 10; 10 25; 1170; 0 70; 10 SO
10 30; 8 00; 3 CO; 9 SO; !l 05; 0 CO;
8 00 ; 7 40; 10 25; 0 00; !) 50 ; 8 80;
0 00 ; 0 00 ; 7 00; 8 20; 7 20;050; 0 00;
0 00; 10 70 ; 0 00; 8 CO; 10 10; 0 30;
11 00; 10 w; s ;w; w uu; h w; 10;
10 10; 0 CO; 11 10 ; 11 00; !1 20.
11 Kcjectloii'.-M 4i; r io; u u. ;
1110; 0 25; 0 25; 0 00 ; 5 33; 0 10;
0 45 ; 0 10.
Total, 07 lihdsj
nr. Hidiern Claflln of the Northwestern
f"?iincir Institute No. 1373. Wabash ave
nue. Chicago, will bo lu Cairo, at thu ijt.
Charles hotel, April 21st and 22d to treat
imili.nts for th s dreaded d sense. Can
cers may bo suieiy, speeuuy ami pcrum
m. nile emvd. lu all lis tonus. II taiicu ue
foru tho patient is too rar gone without
tho use ot thu knife, with llttloor no pain,
and without debilitating tho patient.
This remedy was dUcovercd by Dr.
riiiiiln. nnd is known only to hlmeell
Having tested Its ellleucy thoroughly
iinrliK twenty years' pniellce, ho is pre
pared to guarantee au nboslutu aud per
manent cum In every case ho undertakes.
Just Kkckivki.' A. Halley lias just
reci.lved a llnu lot of canary and mock
lug bird cages, flower sliniil, flower
trainers, basket, archer, hearts aud
wreathes, which ho has marked very low,
at 115 Commercial uvenue. 2-18-.iui.
There w ill bo the usual sevlces at the
church of tho Redeemer, Fourteenth
street, between Washington aventio and
Walnut street, tills morning nnd evening,
conducted by the Itev. Charles A. (111
lert. "Courtship and Marriage" will lx
the subject of the Itev. .Mr. Gilbert's ser
mon at tlie evening service. Sunday
school at 3 p. m.
In the PrcsbVlerlnii etmreli. Klrrlilli
street between Washington avenuo and
alntit street, the services will be held at
tho usual hours. The pastor, Itev. Uetij.
V. George, will nreach lu thu mornlnif on
"Tho Church as a Temple," 1 1,'et., !, 5.
In thu evening the subject of the sermon
wilt be "The Treachery ol Judas." All
aro luvlled lo attend. Sunday reboot at
There will bo scrvleesin tho Metbo
(list church, corner of Eighth and Walnut
streets, tins morning and evening. Pre
siding Kldcr Pierce will occupy tho pul
jilt at both the morning and evening ser
vices. Sunday school at 3 o'clock.
There will bo services at thu German
Lutheran church. Thirteenth street, be
tween Washington avenue and Walnut
street, this morning at 10 o'clock. Sun
day school at ball-pan two.
KlilerS. K. Mabey will preach at the
Christian church at 11 a.m., to-day. The
public are invited to attend.
10 bales ot 4-1 iiiti'ltu "lout the New
Vork store. Also 1000 pieces ol print.
choice styles at 7 and S ceuls per yard, J
retail 1-S-lOt F.mi:u A IV).
Mr. J. V. Gartlii.orthc linn olGicen
it Meyer, large tobacco dealers- of Louis
ville, Is at the St. Charles.
Mr. John S. Garland, formerly ticket
agent for the Illinois Central railroad
company lu this city, Is at theSt. Charles
Mr. Garland's home Is in New York
Mr. W. M. Francis, of McComb
city, Louisiana, luel contractor the for
NcwVJrleans. St. Louis and Chicago rail
road, Is registered at the St. Charles.
-Mr. John I . Fibeger, of New Orleans
cashier of the New Orleans. St. Louis and
Chicago railroad company, Is at the St.
A.L. Lit Croix, or St. Louis, Is at
the St. Charles.
H. C: Harris, or Uoston, is at the St-
.1. It. Pogrom and Geo. L. Hartley,
general passenger agents at Vicksburg,
aro at thu .St. Charles hotel.
Mls Dora Carter, ol Mound City, is
visiting at the residence of Mrs. S.' 11.
Mr. George 1). l'tigh, proprietor of
thu St. Nicholas hotel, Du 'iouln. accom
panied by his wife and family, nru at the
Mr. C. II. Goodrich, who attended
the funeral of bis brother, Captain Milan
U. Goodrich, at Auburn, on the 20th of
.March, returned to this city yelcrday.
A ttMOO.IiOO Hotel-What Or. I'lerce I
Doing An Important i:ulerirlNi
We learn that Dr. It. V. Plcice, pro
prietor of tho "World'- Dispensary," lu
this city, lias perfected the purchase of a
largo lot of land on which he proposes to
erect a large hotel for the accommoda
tion of his numerous patients, coming
hither from all points of the comiiass
fhu land purchased by thu nterprUIng
dollor Is 231 feet front on Prospect ave
nue, running through to Fargo avenue.
132 feet; also au adjoining lot extending
from the above lo Connecticut street. It
Is In the midst of our extensive system
of public patks, fronts the old and beauti
ful Prospect park, I but a short
distance from the "Circle" lu
one direction, and the "Lake
Front" in tiie other. The site
selected Ua llnu one. being beautiful and
healthful; is ono of thu highest portions
of our cltv. easllv acces..blu yet sutilclet-
retfrcd to secure quiet, mid commands
a pleasant view ol the lake anil river, as
well as of thu surrounding city aud coun
try. c understand that it Is tho Inten
tion of Dr. Pierce to erect a hotel at the cot
of al least twohundrcd thusaud dollars,
where those who come to enjoy tho bene
lit or ids treatment may liud all desired
accommodations under ouu roof, Instead
of being scattered over the city, as at
present. Wo aro further given to under.
hUind that our architects will bo invited
to submit plans for the proposed struc
ture without delay. Ilujl'alo Ejeprcn.
Cairo Alexander llimtlni; t'lnli
liriiiKl Hall lo J line I'liieu .noniiay
t;c, April I7lh.
The members of the above club having
secured the largest and best hall (Wash
ington Hall.) and thu best muslo (Prof.
Klsenburg's full band) lu thu city, they
expect and Intend to havo oue ot tlie best
and most enjoyable dance that overtook
place lu the city. They aro having the
hall thoroughly renovated from top to
bottom. Thu ladles' reception room will
be a model ol beauty, as thu gentlemen on
the committee of decoration havo taken
special pains to fit up this room. Tho
decorations of thu daucln j hall will ho thu
llncst ever seen in this city. Among thu
numerous articles for decorthig and fes
tooning the hall we noticed an Lugllsh,
Pruilan, French, Kiisslan, Spanish,
It-Mi and the American Hags. 1 ho mem
bers of tho club arc determined to rival
all their former efforts, and me giv
ing their time and expending their
moiiev with a liberality that shows they
mean to leave nothing iiudouu to make j
their party a success.
vt . T, utuitWAitr,
Commlllce on Anangeiueiiu.
City ul' Cairo,
colored and varnished, for do at hall
price ($2.50) at thu Uui.u.m olllee.
SoMiiniiNU Ni'.w. Tho llghtiing, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
the latest and thu bust ever made, nt A.
ii..ii..ui ului U niiw selllnir bis larce
c, ...... I-
stock ol cloves, tin mid biltuna ware at
greatly reduced prices. Give him a call
bctoro you purchase, 115 Commercial av
a. ib 'tin
A No, I l4ittnilr
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
tho laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, bc.
tween Washington and Commercial avej
niies, has one of the best conducted latin
dry establishments In the :lty, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find It to their advantage to rail upon
iter. Her prices are n follows: Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cenU
per doen. For piece work prices arc an
follows: Single shirt and collar, 10c; per
uozen, so,-; socks, 5c; two collars, Go;
two handkerchief, Set Vest. 20c: and
all gentlemen's wear, SOc. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses. 25c: calico
dresses with extra trimming, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladles' tmderware, line
and.coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-tf.
Colored and mounted Mans ol the
city ol Cairo at $2 50 each (hall price.)
A silver plated No. t Wilson Shuttle
Sewing .Machine, hard (piano) finish,
valued at Will do sold at ?20dis
connt, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the factory. "
A $00 llcmlngton Sewinir Machine
$30 oil for cash. Suitable for tailor or
boot aud shoe manufacturer.
For any of the above artieles.apply at
thu Ut'i.!.KTiN olllee. K. A. Hmi.NKiT.
M aii DtrAiiTUKXT tin in lltroHT, I
AprlJ s, .s.o (
AIlOVK " I
LOW WATdl.l CIIAMIIC.
rr. is. I rt. iy.
Cairo Hi oo 4
I'ltlsburp H ii s
Cincinnati iu n ri
l-oulat illv . 11 1 0 7
NrdIivIIIc ,. I: 12-1 I
St. Louis 2.1 -j n
Kvsiutlllc- 1i3 ii .1 In
Mtlnililn M II i) n
VIcknlittrK 12 10 X0
New Orleans 3 7 1 n
IUIiuviiIkIi trail rnf ISTI.
Sergeant. Signal terrier, .1. -.
. I'ort l.ui.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" City of Chester, Memphis.
" Polar Star and barges, St, L.
" Thomas W. Means, tow. St. L.
" Joseph H. lllgley, tow, Pitts'g.
" Arlington, St. Louis.
John Gllmore, tow, Nashville.
" Pat Cleburne. F.vansvllle.
" Hello -Memphis, St. Louis.
" City of Helena, Vicksburg.
' George Lyle, tow, Pittsburg.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
City orchester, St. Louis.
" Polar Star and tow.
" Thomas W. Means, up Ohio.
" Arlington, Pittsburg.
Pat Cleburne, Kvanvllle.
" lb-He Memphis, Memphis.
City of Helena, St. Louis.
" John Gllmore and tow.St. Louis.
" George Lylo aud tow, N. O.
The Ohio river Is falling verr rapidly
above this point. The dc.iine hero in
tlie 21 hours ending at six o'clock las.
evening was 5 Inches. The gauge show
ed -10 feet.
Weather calm and clear.
Owing to the high water and the
dull stagu of business, ttiu Anchor Line
will withdraw the Hello .Memphis and
City of Chester from tho St. Louis and
Memphis trade, for the present. The
I telle .Memphis mailt) her last trip to
Memphis last night, and the City of Che
ter will lay up at St. Louis on her arrival
at that port. Herealter the Vicksburg
packets wilt attend to thu Memphis busi
ness, anil will leavu on Wednesdays,
Fridays and Saturdays.
The (telle Memphis had a light trip
South yesterday. She added very little
Thu Jim Flsk came down from Pa
ducali very light, aud returned likewise.
Thu Arlington had u guod trip from
St. Louis. Site added lllty ton hero and
departed for Pittsburg. ,
Thu City ol Chectcr put off 25 bales
of cotton for thu Kat, aud some other
freight on her way up Friday night.
Tlie George Lyle passed down on Fri
day night, from Pittsburg, with 11 flats
of coal ami two fuel barges for New Or
leans'. Thu Polar Star aud tow passed up to
thu Tennessee river from St. l.oui. On
her return trip she will call at Metropolis
and Mound City. Captain Conrad will
hereafter udvertUu thu Polar Star as the
St. Louis and Tennessee river packet.
The Pat Cleburne had a fair trip from
Kvansvllle. but went back very light.
Thu John Glllmore, from Nashville,
passed up with a tow of coke for St.
The Thos. W. Means and tow passed
mi thu Ohio from St. Louis.
Tho Joseph H. Hlgley, with a low of
coal, arrived yesterday aiternoon.
Tlie Cltv of Helena passed up from
Vicksburg with a light trip for St. Louis.
llAHltlKlieiul. Illri.. .Ian. 1ft. 1S7B.
"TlTIIni;- now iiilninir u very nipcrliir urllch
V ol coiil liiu from ull linimrllkM, cspuclulljr
...l...klil l.ip l.l iltW llt.ll lmllh..ll.ilil ll.M iranA lt.
nhicti cvill ilrlltcr lu Cairo, on tlie Cairo uikI
Vinceiiiic truck Uv the car loud of :iuo lmtli-U
ut nine (vi) cents lxT tutahcl, or two ilollnuwid
Iwt'itly-tlve cent (2 ") r ton.
IV.. I ........ I..- ...I ..t Vnl
,, u uiau iiutvii v,j Biiivtui Brum w, .
Con I whlcli we will ilclltcr on truck tiit'i
tn.j nonius i-r cur " uusutis. rurum inn
...III. I.... ....It l l Ur.ir.l.m
vt i.iiiiik i, ivf um, w III i Wl ,iiuii r . , ... ,
lOlKlitlitlrcft, between (Vmnit'iclal uwlnsjli-
liitfioiimi-uui-i. mi! luunimi m
trims. Mr. Wsnl will also ilclltcr till foul to
mivnartoftliecltyiUM M uercar pml. nuik-
tlUS COUl CiMtSllOUt tl M 11-Kill. A "
iuc.1 by tli U. nd V. Jt. It. If !''',l'",.f1,0Vl
oitriiiiiies,anu it uai no uii"" "
Aidlrcss all orttrrn for ciwl lo
Vt-V. SI. Wsnl, -''l i '' f;l will il
iter tills cel nt 3 suwrcsr bSo-dtf.
g COAL I
Evamvllfe, Cairo and Memphli
Steam Packet Co.,
vilio, Louuvnie Cincinnati
and all way landingB.
'Hi uiirlvnlle-l utilcwhwl utMimtr
ku. it. thoma i.zzi:.?.: o.,kr'
Will lraveKTsiisTlll for Cairo ctctv MnNtii' v
T sail THUIISUAY .t 1 o'clock p?m . " k Y
V.m MTOtrttf TUESDAY sua yillUAY.il
o o clock p. m.
Tlie elefsnt slitc-w&tel steamer
III tlOWAIUJ ifu.f-,
will i n l.ri1"l'A t. o'clock p. ra.
The tlcunnl iMc-wfiee ateamrr
Joiim fiorr llntcr
Mat. Willumi.... Zr... Cl'rk
leaves Kvansvllle for Cairo every W11DNE8
, -IAVanilfATUltAI)Yat5p. m.
tuie Culro every XIIUIUIIAT anil SUNDAY
at 0 p. ni.
Eacli boat makci close connections at Cairo
wltli ilrst-cUss ttcainera for fit. J.onle, Mem
pliln Hint New Orl.wni, ami at Kransvllle wltb
the h. AC.lt.lt for all polnla North and East,
anil with the Ixmlavllle Mall Steamers lb i. all
olnla on tlie Uiijier Ohio, Klvlnjf through re
cll.ta on frelKbU ami tiuienKerii to all points
I'or nrtlier Information apply to
WOI..SII.VEU, Vaanenger Agent.
J. M, I'll If .1-1 1'S - ' I
, Or In O.J U HAMMER,
itipi'tlnteniUnt anil Rantral Vrelaht Airent,
lo-JL-.M-lr. Krainvflle Indiana.
O. N. HUGHES,
Ovtr Xithua TJU'i.
NONE but rirtt-Claaa Companies rep re ,
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City national Btmk Boildiar, np-iUlri.
Tbs Oldest Established Atrency in South
ra Illinois, representing ovnr
185 OOO OOO
K. J. Ayrea. S. D. Ayns.
AYRES 4c CO."
i 1 1 .
No 80 Ohio Ivee,
CAIRO, ILL INOIS.
7- c tr.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kinds hard and soft,)
FLOORING, BUjINQ, LATH, &o.
Mill amd Yard,
3ornor Thirty-Fourth Street and
AOENTfl AltKRICAN TOWDE OO
o. d wixLiiMiojr, A:
mm. it ohm uttrn.
SPECIAL sttsntisi clres oooMlfnieUal
in aileance rule.
, who should make search for It.