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AflGAI.ON LOlJUK, NO. 61.
Khlihl of I'ytlilfni, mr-iti tyery Frl
liy nUht t iitlf-iiiMl men, id odd-
Chancellor Cmutaanil' r.
AI.KX ANIIKIl I.OWiK, NO. Kt.
Iiuli'mmirnt llnl.r uf (Wil-Krl-
f low", mn-U rvcry ThuwUy nlclil
al lia If-iunl iwvrn. in llinr ull nil
NiiiiiiiitcIuI hwiiui', Ih twwn nlslli nnd HcKtilti
reiU i.amk, !N II
' UIIKI UNI AMI'MKNT, I fl. O. K.. Ii.hH
kJhiXM.I r't-lluw' Hull (in tin- Ural and IhltJ I
lw.) Ini'trr moll 111 , ( lmir-ut vcn
A ( AIIIOI.OIKIK. NO I7.A r. A A. II.
f". IfnM Dvular rciiiiiiiuiilratioH in M
ionic lull, chili r ;ointnor ll nrfuiif
' " 'mill i-.ikiiiii turn, un lli srconil unil
mini .iiurnmv oi men mourn,
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county )nndi, Cairo lot?,
In exchange for ht. l.ouU property.
Tho Fotitli linll of the "Pilot" liniiHi nt
Iloiifo on Ninth .lrcet, between Wal
nut and Cedar streets, lately occupied by
Hotifo mi Twcllth street U'eftiil Wal
nut, r. roouiH nuil kitchen, $lt.
lilfluc.Mlinu'c on l.cvcu Aired, above
A jjood cottage on Tucnty-Nlnth
itrvet, near Commercial avenue.
more, mom on ;oinmereial avciun
next to Wavcrly hotel, ?10.
Cottage of I rooms on Twenty-third
street . (J. (iooil yard and cistern.
Good dwelling houe on Walnut, 1m;-
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-tli'id
.Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar street, $12 Ml.
Store, room adjoining nliow, Si-
iioii'i'im i. ommeiciai avenue, ithovi;
Ninth ttreet, Millablc lor htiIne mid
nouo on n alnut strict, near Center
Jilea'ant preinlicii, $1'J M.
. , . . .
uousc on uommcrcial avenue, near
llith street. .Snllahle for btisine. and
tenement numbered 'J, 7, S and
ft, Winters Itow. r room, each for $10
cr montli. Will Ih: put In Hrt-cla
Cottage on Sixth -licet, near Vali-
lugtoti avenue t room', $7.
-.Store room In "Pilot Home," latelv
occupied y A. Ilalley.
Dwelling lioum on Sixth Mrcet anil
Jrltcr'wn avenue $10.
-Orphan Asylum building and pieml-
fcc. Kent low, to a good ten int.
-.Store room, comer Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $lia montli.
Itoonu In varlon. pail, ol the eity
KOK I.KASK 01! HAI.K.
-I.aiul., lii trai ts to suit, near Cairo,
- I!ulnc-i l!ou- lately oecupled hy
ood i:lll(.'iilinne ,t ( 'n., on l.evee he-
low 1 till Mreet. Ke it very reasonahle.
Dwelling hou?e, 7 room.: 10 lots
encloM'd, In good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut street, tteut low to
n good tenant.
Two tenement' on webt ildo of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth afreet, suitahle
lor shop and duelling. Kent foreaeh, i&
- Dwelling liou-e, loom-, on Filth
tieet near Walnut , in good lepjir Kent
Vl-'.WI per month.
Cottage, looms and Mttheu,
Twenty.llrt stnet, near .Sjeumoie
north !lde, Cent $.', per mouth.
Two small houses, northwest eorner
I'illii titli and I'opular. Hint low.
liafement of hrlek liulMiltg, we.M .-Ide
or Wa'-hlngtoii iivcniic near Klghteenth
treet, live root in In good conilitlonl
Ilullding on eat side of Commercial
avenue, near Tenth street, suitahle for
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Ilullduig on west Mile of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenement", olllees and room in vari
ous InnaliotH. Itents low.
Lots and laniN for sale or lease,
Ions Q. II.uimax A: Co.,
Ileal lNtato Agents, eorner .Sixth and
l.evee Mrccts. H-l.Vtf
All I'liroiile IllNCiieN Ciireil
11V till. IIL'l.T.
lie Is located lit Cairo, Illinois, and U
fctlll calling on you to ho healed. Why
will you die of old chroulo diseases, when
you can bu cured with so llttlo cost or
nionev. Do not give it up yet, for therrj
is still balm In C.llcnd. Cairo is tltu
jilaco to come to bo cured ol all your
aches and pains.
I am now prepared at tnyolllco to give
medicated baths, and persons wishing to
receive such, will call at my olllco on
Klithlh street, No. 22, from the hours ol
'J p. tn. till !l p.m. Also plain hath?, hot
baths, warm baths, cold baths or vapor
baths. Also persons haying thu eon
sumption or week luiik's, and wishing to
receive medicines by inhalation, can ro
eelve the treatment at my olllce, this be
ing the only true way of getting medl
clue direct to thu lungs. Alio I treat ills
eases ol the eyes of years standing, and
the blind has been made to see by my
treatment. All diseases of the skin i
cure. Fistula cured by me, without tliu
ti-n of (he knife. If you have a cancer,
eomi! anil hu cured. All private diseases
In the shortest lime, cured by inc. In
short, for all eli ionic diseases of thu hu
man system, go to Dr. Unit. If you wish
to bu cured. I compound and prepare all
my medicines ,,t my ofllee. It Is said
that practice makes perfect. I have been
"' J'4:?11 Practicing physician.
All letters ami communications shall
be coulldcntlal and promptly attended to
by mo. Direct r),, nIT7
MI).d:halK,,tl' B""''t, "lro ,,,,,,M,',S'
llibbous, fausanil parasols, late.it stylus
and lowest prices for sale' at Ilurger &
Co';, Also an exipilsltelot of cashmere
and ecru tics, In the newest designs.
We hi,, authorized loniinoonf c lint It. A. Ed
IIMIIIIMfih lnll lmliiirliil.rit ltni.Ml.ll.tt. o...ll
'latdor.-OirilO", nt the rusiiliiK county rlittlon.
I.IHTOII III l.i.IMV l-l'lpn. fltinrmtirw ll.at I urn
a ni i limn. n,r Hif oilier on.ity Link, .1 llimii
litoMhlni; city rlrctinu Will K. Hawkins.
, rctiillinriint In Itinoiince the linmr if
''rtair..1 . SI r AIM' h n rum ill i. r..r tl.k
uuirnoiiityurik, t Hie ninilnK rlly flection
We ate nutliurlml to ftiitinin.iM llif. tmrn. nf
It . t ilAI.1,1 Kin CHhillil.ltc Iitr n...rrllf,ii tit
llivnlbieni ;uv ( I.'IL nt Ilic rn-ti iw c iurlir
iiuthiirliil In iiiitmiiniT Mr M
10i;i.H.KIII uo u rauUMatf for Miy Tn m
nn r ut IIih u.iroui:lnnn iiiiuilrliml
t Oil CITV ATTOItNKY
WVi.ii- iiiilliurtrttl In iiiitinlllirv I hi' liHIlle (if
IIAIIMO.N lll.Al K.inn iiiinlliluli' lor if lilt'.-
lion In Hi iilllcecir Oily Allorney, til llii" iiixi-
niK rimrn r eiuiiiou.
'lll AI.IlKK.M AN.
'I lie miijiirilr r tin Tolcrn In Hie t'lml Want
lirrrliy iiiinoiiiirr lr. JKWK1T W IM.OX u
I ii'lr mill ilule for A iliniuin til Ilie u it Ward.
mm win million nun at iiie) iitiiiiiK-i'ciioii.
Wi'iirvnnllinriiil In nnnonnc WM.T. 1IKKU
WAltT an n ruinlliliitf fur A lilerninn Iroin the
KATKN or AUV:UHNI.U.
rCfAll bills for iKlirrtialiiKi art ilue nrul j.ny-
able l.i AUVA.HL'ii
'Irunalint uilvvrtlalnx will be InerrtcJ ut tlm
rate of 11 (0 -rr fjiiure for the flnl Inirllon
aii'l .VI M-iiU for eacli atiliiiiUiit one A liberal
lltcuuiit will br luaile on (tumling ami llilay
r or InirtlnK runvral noli( l l Notice ul
mi etlnir of aoclitU'ii or aecict onlera 'J centa for
(.'liurrli, Hocitty, Feitlral anil Huowr notices
will only be iiiM-rteri tm luhfrtlwrntnta
No alrirrtlfciuent will be rtcelvoi at Iraa tlian
M cent, ami no uiUcrtlM-inent Mill lw liinitnl
for lemtluin tlnce ilollara r month
ntlDAV. AI'KII. U, 1S70.
I.ucitl WcHlliftr HrMrt.
Caiho, 111., Airll 13, lt(7c.
7 a. Ill
Wisu. Vill. I Wlaiii.
. I 7(1 J ' s i
I A M K.S WATSON,
J-iTKenut, Signal heivlre, II. a. A.
.lil't reeelved ! (loldstlne & Hom-Ii-
I'resh arilval ol a very large H'uort
ment ot ladle,' and gents' kid glove at
.1 Hurger A-fo. a-ai-tt
Linen llhie, plate llnlsh, letter uud note
pap. r at tlie I!ui.i.i:tis olllre. lilue and
eream bid, helow St. I.ouis price.
tlniiiuere l ure anil .Velilnua.
Calimeru lace and netting, a .plendid
nuorlniciit, certain to plca?o the ladies,
lift In, at J. Ilurger & Co. 3-21-tf
AllPiitioii I lralerj.
V'e have four dozen Imitation Kbouy
Spriigui! Can-0ienera, taken for adver
tising, which wo will sell nt two dollars
1-er ihvcii. Impilre at Ilulletin otHce.
A biauliftil line of new embioltlerles
just received by the tecognized "embroid
ery bouse" of Culro-.l. Ilnrger & Co.
I you know that .f. Iturgcr A Co. :ire
in receipt of a uiagnllicent line of eaj ih;j)
and oil clothe', all the verv latest steles
anil designs? The first arrival of f'he sea-
son. Stop in and examine their stock.
This popular saloon, eorner Fonrteciith
sheet and Washington avenMe, U open to
the public. The bar is Mippllcd with
pure wines, choice, liquor? mid the finest
brands of cigars.
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... ... ..Mlll., llfj, ll'llll ,
We will pay no bills contracted by any
uiployo of Tin: IUji.i.iiti.v, unless the
same is made on a written onler signed
by the pro'Ident or secretary of the com
pauy, and wo will accept no orders given
by an employe, of the company, for any
("who Itm.i.v.i iv Comiuvv.
Nove-mber 10. 187i. it
For a clea.i shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to .).
fieorgu .Steiulioiisu on Flghtb btreet,
Alcxiimler County Hank hulldlng. Ills
shop Is always neat ; Ids towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
Ids tables covered with the latest daily
papers, lor the benefit of his customers.
Sieeln l'n iiienl.
George l.attner, proprietor of thu New
Kxcelslor Saloon, Commercial uveiiuu
three doors below Sixth street; is hound
tn became the popular resort of the eity
This morning at 10 o'clock liu will Inatil
guratcu new feature iu his line of busi
ness, to-wit : He will resuuio specie pay
mentpay out silver lu making change
A free lunch every morning at 10 o'clock.
The bar Is stocked with I'lUuer beer, and
the best ol wines, liquors and cigars,
(live the F.xcelslor a call It Is the place
for the best beer, and hard money, tf
Sv.k hocit. t;. Ivocb, at tus shop and
store room, No. DO Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and shoes ol"
his own make ; also a large stock of St.
J.ouls custom made boots and shoes. He
keep? the best material and is up lu all
the latest styles, Ills tils are perfect, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed, dive him a
.limr ltr.CKtVr.tr A. Ilalley ha Jiud
received a fine lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, ilower stands, flower
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts and
wreathes, which ho has marked very low,
at llfi Commercial avenue. 'MS-Ilni.
.Mri. Kemlngton, oi Pomcioy, Ohio,
mother of Mrs. Dya, T. Varker, In In the
city paying her daughter a visit
Fifty caes of shoe. Just lu and for sale
low, at the New Vork store. -1-3-101
We arc told that Hie ladle, ol the Pre,
byteilan church will hold their next soeia
ble Thursday evening next.
Two fitruMicil rooms; apply Klghteenth
and Commercial avenue.
1-H-lwil. Mim. W. F I'lrciir.R.
Utatl I'l-lday Hvrvln-a.
There will be "Oood Friday" services
at the Church ol the lledcemer this morn
lug at II o'clock, conducted by the lle.v
Charles A. Ollberl.
10 hales ol 1-4 muslin "jeatlht New
Voik store. Also 1000 pieces ot prints,
choice styles at 7 and H cents per yard,
reiau l-s-iot I a ru n it Co.
.Miss I.illlo alkcr, who ha been
visiting at the residence of .Mr. I!obbln,
on .Seventh street, for several weeks.
turned to her home near Chicago yes-
W. T. Ileerwart announces himself this
morning as a candidate from thu Second
ward. He Is a good man, and. If
elected, will do faithful service tor the
White goods and linens, Including all
kinds of white wear for suits for ladles
and children, at Jturger it Co's. The
prices of these goods are extremely low.
Hid the stock is a mot attractive one.
Iliirrnla fur Battle.
.Sleeping carriages and preambulators.
for babies ol all slz.es, at prices ranging
from $S r0 to $25, at Win. Klchlioll's fur.
nlture factory, coiner Seventeenth street
and Washington avenue. -t-1 1-lm
lieiiU" i'liriiUtiliiic UnuilM.
.1. Ilurger A- Co., have added to their
stock this spring one of the finest selee
nous ot gents' furnishing gooil ever
brought to Ibia city. Cicntlemcu are In
vlttnl to call and examine goods Is'fore
Ilurger & Co. have a beautiful assort
incut of dress goods of all kinds and
llks. .summer sllis as low as sixty cents
per yard. These are splendid bargains.
Call and see them before the rush.
Nulls t Hulut
Ladies' linen and alpaca suit, bcautl
fully made and ftylishly trimmed, for
sale at J. Burger & Co's. These suits
arc selling as low as material can bo
bought lu this city. Call and sec them.
Thu Wocliable Mut Nlcl.l.
The sociable by the ladles of the Mcth
ouist ciiurcii congregation, at the resi
dence of the Hcv. Mr. Gillham, last even
ing, called out a large number of ladies
and gentlemen. It was a veiy pleasant
l or (ho Penllrntlitry.
Mr. J. H. Davif, sherilf of Ballard
county, Kentucky, pasced through this
city yesterday with a party ol three pris
oners, who go to the Kentucky peniten
tiary for terms ranging from three tn ten
Oil Hie M'nr 1'nlb.
Hlako was out on the warpath yester
day. He called upon his many friends
and gave them to understand that he was
lu the field lor re-election to the oftioo or
treasurer. It Is said he will make Mr,
'I lie Colored Men Meelluir.
A meeting of the colored voters of the
city was held at PhlllU' hall, corner of
Tenth street and the levee, last ulght.
There was a large number of the colored
people present, but what conclusion they
came to lu regard to the election on Tues
day, we have not learned.
A Niul IIIoh .
In the death of .Miss Fannlo Smith, our
fellow-townsman, Mr. P. II. Cochran
suffers another sad blow. This Is the
second step child of Mr. Cochran's whose
young life has been cut short
within the past four weeks, and the fam
ily In their allllcllou have the sympathy
ol the entire community.
lllre'M College oT Kilncated UrulcN.
Dan Bice, with his college of educated
brutes, will exhibit iu this city this iiUer
noou and evening. 11 Ice claims to havu
the most perlectly learned lot ot horses.
goats, etc, that has ever been brougJy
belore tho public by any showmen, and
If hu has what hu claims to havu iu the
way of trained horses, he certainly will
bs able to glyo an excellent performance.
At 10 o'clock, p. in., Wednesday. April
12th, 1870, Fannlo Smith, step-datightcr
of 1. H. Cochran, of desease of tliu i.plne.
Thu funeral will take place from the rcM
deuce of Mr. Cochran, eorner Thirty
fourth and J.uveo streets, to-day, (Fri
day) at :t o'clock. A special train will
leave the foot of Fourteenth street to con
vey the remains to the place ot burial.
Our city was visited by a number of
editors of foreign newspapers yesterday,
on business of various kinds. The editor
most Interested, however, iu his work,
we date say, Is Mr. tleorgo Scroggs, edl.
tor of the Champaign Gazette, Mr.
Scroggs Is out endeavoring to asceilaln
what chances ho has to become Secretary
of State, il he should receive the nomina
tion of the Itepubllcans- for tin- position.
There was also In tho city yesterday,
Mr. C. D. Tresmentter, editor of tliu
Clarlton Gazette, mid Mr. Thomas Wolf,
editor oi the Seward, Nebraska, Jlehter.
ttnttcit on AsjHln
W e were told yesterday afternoon that
a delegation appointed for tlm purpose by
a number of citizens, waiioii upon Mr,
John Tyler and urged upon that, gen
tleman the necessity of his becoming a
candidate for nldcrman lu the Fifth
ward. Whether Mr. Tyler has concluded
to enter (hp contest we do not know as
The regular meeting of the Ladies'
Club will bn postponed until two week-i
Irom Saturday, when It will tnret nt the
resilience of Mrs. B. V. Oeorge.
For several days it has been talked
about town that Mr. John (llndncv
would be a candidate for alderman In the
Third ward, but there was no certainty
as to whether he would come out or not.
We were Informed la! evening, however.
that Mr. Gladnev will he a candidate
'Just to make the thing warm," If for
To (lu llrfore the Council.
We are Informed that tha matter of
raising a Mr association will ! brought
up before the board of alderman at a tlmu
not far distant, anil steps be taken to
have that body endorse, as far as they
can. the movement. The Idea of a lair
in Cairo seems to have struck all to
whom It has been broached "very favor
ably, and there Is a beliel that wo will yet
have an organization of this kind here.
We arc told the sewers will be opened
Mr. Oscar Haythorne,of the firm of O.
Haythorne A Co., who Is now lu the
East buying goods, writes as follows :
ihere has been a heave decline In ilrv
goods, especially In dress goods, embroi
deries and notions and In bleached cot
ton", the former having declined about
fU tier cent, in tlie bict tun a
Wilt tx able to show soinn nlienn inmilalo
those who will favor us with n call.
Bcmember this, and give Me.rs. Hay
thorne A Co. a call. Their goods will
arrive lu about ten davs.
The Co ill I hi; tnrty.
At a meeting held by a party of youti"
men on Wednesday an organization was
effected to In: known as ''The Twelve.'1
for the purpose of giving the last ball of
the season. The party will take place at
the St. Charles hotel one week Irom to
night, and an effort will he made by the
givers to make It a pleasant and enjoya
ble event. The following committees
have been appointed to attend to the
various duties assigned them : Commit
tee on Arrangements, Charles -Mason-George
Chellet and Henry 1!. Bnpert ;
Reception, Herbert Harrell and Thomas
Morgan. Floor managers, Herbert Har.
roll, Thomas Morgan and Charles Mason.
Jhiiick Unrdoii llennett'tt Itroiirlion.
Mr. if. Blossom, of New York city,
passed through this city yesterday with
a herd of twenty ponies, which he pur
chased In the Bio Grande country, and
which he Is taking through to New Vork
by rail. The animals were taken from
the plains especially lor Mr. Blossom.
They are looking rather thin, owing to
the fact that (bey have been accustomed
to living on gias, and not grain, which
they have been getting for food since they
jell their native soil. There are several
very pretty animals among them, while
the rest are of rather Inferior class of
brute. We are informed by Mr. Blos
som, who Is acting as the agent of James
Gordon Bennett, that the Iirouchos ate
to lie used by the latter gentleman In the
great game of polo.
In Judge Bross' court yesterday John
J.inncn wa up lor being Intoxicated.
He was fined two dollars and costs, and
scut to the lock-up for two days iu default
Jesse Beed and Minerva Hurley, col
ored, were arrested by Olllcer Andy
Cain for using violent and abusive lan
guage. '1 hey were lined live dollars and
the usual trimmings, and sent to the
cooler for flvu days each because they
John Funk, Thomas Wel-h and John
Thompson were betoro Judge Bird on a
charge of being beside themselves with
whisky, to which they plead guilty and
were lined. Thompson and Welh went
up tor three days, and Funk is to be let
oil' after two day's solournlng at thu
in the ;iiy
Mr. W. L. Miller, of Alton, Illinois, a
partner In the commission linn of Cyrus
t Miller, iileago, is iu the city.
Senator Canlleld was lu the city yester
day. Ho Is an aspirant for thu olllco of
iittorney-gcneral of the State on the Be-
puhllcau ticket, and wo presumu Is
around to sec what his chances of suc
Thomas Wolf, Seward, Neb, ; l D.
Tresmentter, Clarkton, Mo. ; John Ste
vens, jr., Illinois; II. S. Clay, Jackson
ville, Fla. ; W. 11. Birch, Missouri;
Henry I'rince, Chicago ; Daniel McCool,
Bochester, N. V.; II. H. Culver, St.
Louis ; George Scroggs, Champaign ;
Thos. Orrell, Boston ; Mrs. Thatcher,
Boston ; D. C. Ik-aver, Kin Monday ; B.
II. Llnomeu, Cincinnati; William Sec
ger, Indianapolis; Georgo Meyers,
St. Louis; F.dwiu Carlis, Metropolis ; S.
B. Benlford and family, Georgia, were
at the St. Charles yesterday.
J. D. Benton, Dongoln; ,f. , Tohln,
Arkansas; John llrechel.Ste, Ucnevleve;
S. W. Beans and J. II. Davis, BlaudvUle;
B. II. Anderson, Jonesboro; Thomas
Avery, Canton, Ml.; J. I,. Simford,
Mllbiirn, Ky.; J. ILTorbelt, St. Louis;
I.oiglo Monteverdi and B. (I. Galiluc
St. I.ouis wctn at 1 1m Planters.
limine I'liriiiolilnir fliiwiN,
This department at J. Burger A Co.'s
store on Commercial avenue, contains u
stock of tablu linens, towels, napkins,
marsclllcs quilts, etc., etc., w hich will do
light tho eye of every housekeeper.
These goods are ollered nt panic prices
and will go oil' like hot cakes.
The iuterets In the coming election
Is Increasing considerably, and a pretty
tight race for part lea aspltlng tn the vari
ous olllces Is anticipated.
Special bargains lu muslins at Gold
stlnc A Ilosenwater's. .'l-20-tf
Dan Bice will exhibit his college of
educated brutes In Cairo to-day.
A splendid (election of cheviots just
received at flotdstlno A Ilosenwater's.
There Is an old negro woman living on
Fourteenth street, who is contemplating
attending the Centennial. She Is one
hundred and four years old.
-The National Cornet B ind, Monday
nlitht, April 21th, at Kluge's hall : Grand
A grand hall Momlav evcnlnir. Anrll
21, at hinge's hall, by the National Cornet
The National Cornet baud will give
a ball at Kluge's hull, Monday evening,
Conn, li t.., Tiu-nsiiAV, F.vi:.vi.N(i, 1
March 111, 1S70. J
The weather -Incc thu date or our lat
Issue to to-night has been very warm.
Balu began railing on Wednesday even
ing, and lias continued up to this time,
and at Ibis writing the heaviest rain we
have had during thu season Is coming
down. Tho rivers are falling very rap
Idly, and unless another ti-e sets lu they
will be down to their usual slage In a
Business ha been very quiet In the
city. Flour orders have been slow and
it Is quiet. The market is well stocked.
Hay Is unchanged. Buyers are very
scarce, and the market Is overstocked.
There Is very little doing in com, and
with eominl-slon people It Is quiet.
There Is however a good demand for
white corn In bulk at thu mills at Irom
IlKtol.K-. according to condition and
quality. 'Hie oat traJu has been light,
but dealers hold them llrtu at 'S9 cents lor
good mixed In sacks, tliti iceelpts have
been light. Meal and bran are quiet and
dull. Thorecelnts of butter have been
heavy. Stocks are accumulating, and
prices aie declining. Tho demand Is
limited to thu local trade. The arrivals
ofeggs have been lew. and they are
scarce with a good demand for Faster.
Poultry of all kinds Is scarce, and the tie.
maud Is very good.
fittTOur filends should hear lu mind
that the prices here given are unially
for sales from llrst hands In round lots.
In IllUng orders and for broken lots It Is
necessary to chaige an advance over
these figures .-i&a
Flour Is quiet. There Is a well sup
plied market, and orders are slow. Sales
noted were 100 pounds various grades,
$4 oOS fiO ; -100 barrels various grade,
$3 50(3,0 CO; 100 barrel various grades,
SI 257; 100 barrels. $5 25; 100 barrels,
$4 25; 100 barrels various grades, $1 fiO
C75;1,1S5 barrels city various grades,
Hay is yet very plenty, and there Is no
Improvement In the demand. Prices are
about as last reported. We note the sale
of 2 ears common mixed, ; 100 bale.
common mixed, $1 25 per bale,
Corn is quite witli commission men.
though there Is a good demand al ihu
mills tor good white hulk com, for mill-
lug purpose'. We note the sale of 2,050
sack's white -ISc.
Oat", are pretty linn, but there Is not
much doing. The supply Is fair. We
note the sale of 125 sacks mixed :i'Je;:i
ears choice Noitheru in hulk :!.
.MB A I..
Meal Is plenty and quiet. Tho de
mand Is very light. We note the sale of
200 bbis ity steam dried. $2 :I02 :15.
Bran is dull, iiicrw Is n large supply
on the market. We note the sale of 100
sacks lu second hand sacks, $11 50; 100
sacks, l.i 00.
Butter Is accumulating and prices are
declining owing to the fact that the de
mand Is limited to thu city trade. Wo
note the salu of I tubs '.Northern, Iliu; 2
tubs Northern. 110c ; 8 buckets Southern
Illinois, 20ft25c ; 10 tubs choice North
ern :!0e; 5 pails Southern Illinois 21c.
There Is an oxellent demand for eggs,
arrivals have been light. We uoto the
sales of 100 doz. 1212Jc.
Poultry Is scarce and there is n very
good demand, at good prices. Sales,
noted were 2 coops choice hens 5-1 25.
We note the sale of 5 hall boxes i' 25-
We note thu salu ot 5 boxes $1 50.
We nolo the salu of 15 boxes Lading's
We quote salt lu ear load lots, $1 00 ;
less than car load lots, $1 75. Wo note
flie salu of SO bbis, SI 75.
We quote Paradlsu and Mt. Carbon on
truck, lump, S:i ; nut. $2 ; delivered ear
load per ton, lump, S3 "0; nut, 5-2 i.i;
delivered iter single ton, lump, SI J nut
$3 2.i ; lluuin or iiarrisourg eiui on
.lilt K lo.iu, jiiiiii. s--i , in.i, '')
delivered per ton, $3 50 ; Pittsburgh coal
ear loads on track, $5 50 per ton ; single
HIDF.S AND FUBS.
Hides aredull, but there is a fair de
mand for Int's. at quotations:
Him:s-Dry lllnt.P.'jrolJIJe.'dry sailed,
10J()llAe; green salted, njlo damaged,
ii pi lee."
Funs Weqnoii) : Western t liter, No.
1, SiitfiAi 50; No 2, S3 50: No. II, Situ;
1 50; No. I, 25o. .Mink No. I, ?1(0
I 25; No 2, 5075u; No. 3. 2fte; No. -1,
10c. Baceoon No. 1, 780o;No. 2,
lOo ; No. 3. 20n; No. I, He. Fox Gray,
No. I cased, $1; No. 1 open, 75e; No. 2,
GOOOo; No, 3, 25o; No. -1, lOo: Bed,
..Vi ...'....1 'ci r.n. vr , l
iSHt 1 UUheU, I ! , HUi I UJH-II, 1 .r,
Skunk-Black. 80c$l ; hairstrlptd.ro
000 ; narrow, 35c; kittens. 15c. Opus-suin-SoT10e.
Heaver SI GftfiM. Musk-
rat 10to52o. Hear No. 1, Si Nt.. '-,
No. 3, S2$iyi: No. 4, 50c.
4 jiounds Golden Bio conx- for $1 oo
inoicc green Bio coffee, 1 00
of matches lanre.
I pounds Iwst soda, :,,
I " licst starch, 25
All other goods as low. Choleo bultr
by the pound or package at the
l-S-10t Ni:w VnitK Htoitt:
Wm. F.lclihoirhasjiut tilled his ware
lumen and factory, corner of 17th 'treet
mid Washington avenue, with the
largest slock nnd most complete vaiielv
of furniture oyer ollered lu tho Cairo
market, lie means business, and will
sell loren-h only at rock bottom llgures.
It 1 only necessary to examine his stock
and prices to satisfy yourselves a fo
quality and ebeapne. and that how Is
the lime to buy. l-12-lm
(rent IlHiikriil Male.
Now is your last chanco to tel vour
goods at less than cost, as I have bought
thu whole bankrupt tock of llellhron A
Well, consisting ol dry goods, v,otlon.
clothing, etc.. at such low prices that en
ables me to glvu everybody bargains that
will satisfy even the hardest customer.
I will continue thu business at the old
stand ol llellhron A- Well only tor thirty
days longer, and all tho goods iiiiih .bo
sold within that time on account of re
moval, lie on hand in time, before all
thu bargains are gone, as I mean hul
nes. Solomon P.vuniu, ol Liu.
1-5-lm 1 12 Commercial avenue.
Dr, llebern Clallln of the Northwestern
Cancer Institute No. 1373, Wabah ave
nue, Chicago, will bu iu Cairo, at the St.
Charles hotel, Apill 21st and 2'2d to treat
patients for tills dreaded disease. Can
cers may be surely, speedily cud perma
nently cured, in all Its forms, II taken be
fore the patient Is too far gone without
the use ol the knife, with little or no pain,
and without debilitating thu patient.
This remedy was discovered by Dr.
ChilUti, and Is known only to himself.
Having tested Its elliency thoroughly
during twenty years' practice, he Is pre
pared to guarantee an abosluto and per
manent cure In every ea-ehe undertakes.
A .So. I l.niiintry ,
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be.
tweeu Washington and Commercial avt
lines, has one of the bet conducted laun
dry establishments lu the "Ity, anil land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follow: Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece, work prices are os
follows; Single shirt and collar, 10c; per
dozen, SOo; seeks, fx.; two collars, 5c;
two handkerchiefs, tic; vests, 2ic; and
all gentlemen' wear. SOo. per dozen.
Ladles plain nalk-o dresses, 25o; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50o; while
dresses, SI 25c, ; l&tlies' imderware, line
und course, $1 00 per dozen, l-2-.Mf.
W aii Im-Ai.'tvt.sT, IIivvii Itri-oiir, I
Aml I i, I .s;u
LOW WATEII. CIIANrlK,
IT. III. I IT, 1 IN
Culm V 21 S
rituiiuik' u ii ii iii
Cincinnati U ii I S
Loulitrillu u 7 ii I
.Viibhvlllc 7 lu -ii lu
Nt. ixiiim -a a -a i
KtMIIKVllll' I'll I V) 1
.Mdill'liij .11 II il il
V'lckaliiiri; II ,n 2
X-w Uit?iIH - .1 I .1 All il
11 low water of 171.
i a m ks watson,
Ei-n-'ennt, Signal SrrvliT. tl. H. A,
Steamer dim Fisk, Padueali.
' Laura L. DavN, Nashville.
Andy Bauui, Memphis.
" .1. M. MeArlhur, South.
" Feanessand tow, St. Louis.
F.tna, St. Louts.
Steamer .Mm Jisk, Padueali.
" Laura L. Davis. St. I.ouis.
" Andy Bauin, Cincinnati.
" .1. M. McArthur, up Ohio.
" Bnrinuila, Nashville.
" Fearless and tow, Pittsburg.
The river fell one, foot nine Inches
yesterday. Thu gauge stood 30 feel 2
The weather slneo Wednesday even
ing has botiu rainy, with heavy wind
yesterday afternoon. It Is still cloudy
and tlu'eatnlngnwro rain at 0 o'clock.
Business was very quiet.
Thu Laura Davis c.iuiu down li'om
Nashville with a big engo of lumber for
Tho Andy llaum, I ruin .Memphis lor
Cincinnati, had a good trip. Aiuuug thu
principal Iteiiu of. Iter eago were eight
hundred hales of cotton tor the eat. SUe
had also a big list of passengers.
The. I. M. McArthur camu up lioiu
thu South without any tow, and proceed
ed up the Ohio.
Thu Fearless and tow from St. Louis
passed up the Ohio. Sliu had a cargo o'
bhlpstuffs and other freight lor Pittsburg.
3 The good Anchor Line boat Ste.
Genevieve, Is due from St. Louis for
Memphis and Vleksburg to-day.
Thu Ktua en me dow n from St. I.ouis,
and went to thu hank last evening. She
will take hack to that purl a barge of
-Thu .Mm Fisk leaves lor Padueali nt
live o'clock this evening.
-The Jim Fisk had a light trip down
and back to Padueali. Shu towed ll'C
.Mississippi Valley Transportation Com
pany's barge to this port, which will be
lashed to the Ben and taken to New Dr
leans. Thubargo received at P.ulucah
I50hhdsof tobacco, and will add heie
lOOhhds more for New Orleans.
The Bermuda cuue down Irom
Nashville with 150 hliils tobacco lor Now
Orleans and oilier lielht. Shu went
back with a light trip.
Hnr Ynrir n
At wholesale at the Nt
Call and obtain prices.
,y nts, nt Winter's Gallery.
A. ll.vt.i.Kv.-A .nnelot of tahlo and
pocket c.Ulery, ,. M,ft(,e(l(
am nV he f"rk?':x"nl a general line
ofhardware j,t received by A. Ilnllev
115 Commercial avenue. i-ls am?
Nona; -10 CvNimmRH.-Uandidate
may uo the column, of the Ul-llrtis
to bring their names before the lientiln. nl
the following rate, riA in adtancet
fit V Clerk. S5: CitV Treoumr .-.. Al
I ., -
(Icnil.'ltl. .' 'r v.iirlntlnn Irnm tlm
in lultmiet rule. tf
Somuiiiixii Ni:w. Tho ihrhtnnir. re-
elproeatlug, tin churn and egg beater,
the latest and the licst ever made, at A.
Halley's, who Is now selling his large
stock ol stoves, tin nnd brlttana waro at
greatly reduced prices. Give hhn n call
iK-iore you purchase, 113 Commercial av
tily or t'nlro,
colored and varnMied, for sale at hall
price ($2.50) at the Hum.kiin olllee.
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
city of Cairo at $2 50 each (half price.)
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing .Machine, hard (piano) finish,
valued at M. Will be sold at $20dls
cotint, on good terms, and ordered direct
from the. factory.
A $00 Bemlngton Sowing Mnchlne
$30 oil for cash. Suitable tor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
For any of tho above artlclcs,apply at
the Biu.LKTt.v olllce. E. A. Buiinktt.
lor Kansas mid Colorado.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fo
railroad from Kansas City and Atchison
on thu Missouri river, via Topeka, the
capltol ot Kansas, and tlm beautiful Ar
kansas valley to the Botky Mountains.
Thu shortest route to Puebelo the Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Manltou,
likes Seak, and all places of note in the
mountain regions. The favorite route
to Denver uud all points lu Northern
Colorado. The best route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. The
only dlirct route to the famous San
.Iii.iii mines. The track and equipment
Is uuequaleil, trains run through from
the .Missouri river; to the Kooky Moun
tains, making connections In Union de
pots and avoiding delays nnd trans
lers. For toll desorlptlvu circulars
maps, time tables, etc., address
T. .1. Aniikkso;:.
Geui Pa. Agent, Topeka. Kan.
From tho Plnina of Colorado.
From tho Rocky MountninB,
Mons, Paul's Colobratcd
The Blind Horse
Cairo, On Day Only
FRIDAY, APRIL 14.
Aftomoon ate 3B-7i
Admlulon, 50 eU. ChllJra urnUr 18
yan of 8'
mm irai ws
D2d Dan Bice Eimlf