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ASCAI.ON T.ODIiK. NO. M.
IiIiIkIiIh ol I'yihlan, iw-cts every I'M-
ilnynlKht at buir-oit sewn, in OiU
Ki'lluw' Hull IIomk,
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low, mnu Ltny 'Iluirnluy nlKlit
C ui ijnlr.iuu.1 m en. In lliclr hull mi
.iiiiininl:il nlt-nuv, ImIWisii hlxthutiv' Hi-icntli
t 1 HAS J.AMK, ." 11
' 1AIIIO HSOAMI'Mi;.NT, I. O. O, ml
Oilil-Kclluw' II, ill mi the llmttttid third
iH il:i In fii-ry iiioiilh, ui halr-iuisl aevm
.1 Nil II IIOUHMAK, (j 1'
A . AIUO LOIKii:. NU. !M7, A . F. A A. M.
V'(W ll'iM ri'irulnr corniiiiiiiliiitlonil In Ma
hhiIc Hull, mriicr Commercial avrnue
' 'mid DIkIiIIi ilnrt, on Uii) eirnd unil
i. mill Miniiliiy iifmcli month.
I'l ll.v cac of shoes Jut In tmil lor sale
low, ut Ihu Now York store. l-S-10t
Two furnlhed room; apply Eighteenth
ami Commercial avenue.
l-ll-lwd. .Mas. V. !' I'm in it.
White goods mill llncus. Including all
kinds of while wear fur Mills for ladles
mid children. t Hurler & Co's. The
prices of iltfv goods nre extremely low,
titid the stock Is u most attractive one.
Iliirrali lor lln It I .
Sh iplug can luges tuid prcamhulalory,
for babies til nil Iw, tit prlro.i ranging
limn $s .10 to $... nt Win, Llehhoirs fur
iiltnie lactory, coiner Seventeenth stieet
mid Washington avenue, 1-1 1-1 m
(ills' I'lll-liMllllit ;itls.
.1. Hurler A Co., have added to their
Mock this spring one of the llnest selee
lions ol gent' (iirnMilng goods over
brought to lid city. Gentlemen tiro In
vited to call and exan ine goods before
Wm. I'.lehholf ba jii't tilled Ids ware
house mid factory, corner of 17th sticct
and Washington atomic, with the
large-t t loci, and mint otiijiloti' variety
of liirnlttirc ever ollered in the alro
market. He means Ini'lnc, and will
lell lorca-h only at rock bottom limine.'.
It Is only necessary to examine his stock
and prices to atify yourselves a lo
lit.ility and rlieapnea. and that w Is
tin' time to hny. 1-12 lnr
hMTl' I'll) Jlll'lll.
George Lattuer, proprietor of the New
l.xieldor Saloon, Conimereial nvcniic
three door below Sixth street, Is bound
to hi-came the popular tesort of tin; city.
This morning at 10 o'clock ho will inau
gurate a new feature In his line of tin si
ne", to-w It I le w 111 resume specie pay
ment pay out sllicr In making change
A tree lunch every morning at 10 o'clock.
The lur U -toeked with I'ilsncr beer, and
the host ol iilne, liquors and cigars.
Give the Kxeel-Ior a call It U the place
for the het beer, and hard money, tf
'ime r Cm I'll.
Ir, Hcbern ( lalllu oftheNurlhwcstern
Cancer Institute No. I. "17:1, Waba-li aie
uue, ( 'hlca'o, Mill be III Cairo, at the M.
( Imrlct hotel. April -Jl-t and '.'i.l to tieal
patient' for tills dreaded dUiwe. Can
ri'Tii may be urey, fiweillly mil perma
m iitly cunil, In all lis lorui", it taken tic
fore the patient Is too far .'one without
the use ol llie knife, Willi lltlleiir liopaiu,
and Mlthoiit ilel'ilitntlu the patient.
ThN remedy ua dieoveieil by Dr.
riatlln, and U knoiin only lo hlmsilf.
Having tested lt ullency thoiouuldy
during twenty years' practice, he l pre
pared to guarantee an abo-luto and per
manent cure In cicry cnuhu utidcrlakci?.
l or K.tiisiiH mill ('utoiiitlii.
Tim Atehl-on, Topekn and Santa IV
railroad from Kansas City and Atchl-on
on tint Mlotiri river, via Topcka. the
e.ipitol oi K'ansas, and the hcuutllul Vr
kan.'as valley to tlio Ilotky .Mountains.
I'licnliorte-t r-'iiteto I'licbelo the (Jrand
Canon, Colorado Spring?, Manltoit,
i'ikes Speak, mid ull places of note In the
mountain legions. The I'.norllu totlte
to lJcuvcr ami nil point In Northern
Colorado. The be.-t route to Southern
Colorado, Xew .Mexico and Arizona. The
only direct route to Ihu famous S.tu
.1 nan mines. The track and equipment
is unequaled, trains run through from
tho M) oiiri river to tlio Ilocky .Monti
tain", making connections In Union depot-
and avoiding delays and trans
lers. For lull descrliitlvcs cliciilans
maps, time tables, etc., aililre.-s
T. .1. AXIMIltliOX.
lien'l Pass-. Agent, Topcka. Kan.
All lirmile Itl-eues Ciircil
IIY lilt. Ul'l.i.
lie is loaitctl in Cairo, Illinois, mid U
still calling on you to be healed. Why
will you die of old chronic diseases, when
you cm 1)0 cured with so little con or
money. Do not give it up yet, for there
Is fctlll balm In Ollcad. Cairo Is the
place to come to bo cured ol all your
aches nml pains.
I am now pieiuted at my olllcc to give
medicated baths, mid persons wMilng to
iccelvi! Mich, will call at my olllco on
Klt-hlli street, No. ii'-', from tho hours ol
'J p. in, till li p.m. Also plum baths, hot
baths, warm baths, cold bath', or vapor
li.iths. Also persons having tho con
sumption or week lunus, mid wUhhig to
receive medicines by inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment nt my olllco, this be
ing the only line way of getting medl
clue direct to tlio lungs. Also I treat (lis
eases ol the eyes of years standing, and
the blind lias been mado to ecu by my
treatment. All diseases of tho skill
r.M.i, li'lctlll'l f.lll'l.ll liv mo eltlnilll. till
inr of Ihe knlff, If you )mvu a cauiTr.
coimi nml lie cuml. All iirivatu diseases
In tint liiir(i4f 1 1 mo. piiti'il hv ini. In
lit nJ "mM-i - i - .. "
.short, for all chronic diseases ol tho hu
man pystem, go to ut. iiituz n you wiu
lo hu cured. I compound and preparo all
my medicines at my olllco. It U said
that practice makes perfect. I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All letters and communications shall
be confidential mid promptly attended lo
by me. Direct Dit. Ilin.iv,
No. 21 Klghtliftreet, Cairo, Illinois.
So.ur.riu.Nti Nkw.TIiu lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
thu latct mid the best ever made, at A.
Ilullcy's, who Is now Felling bis large
Block ol stoves, tin and lirlttaua wato nt
greatly reduced prices, fllvo him a call
beloro you purchase, 115 Commercial av
Nine. '.MM ni.
A..M . in.
Wi'iui'niilliiirlrl tunnnonnio Hint l(. A. IM
iiiiiiiiI(iii In an lii'liK lull nt I J 1 1 1 1 i va 1 1 eaiiill-
lull-dir. "hctin', nt the cnaiilnK comity fits iin.
KMiim 111 i.lkiin i-l'liarrnniviiiniclliat Inm
n raniliiUtu lor th nllUeon.lty (.Irrk, at theni
iriiu:hliicllyiIittloM Wll.i. K, IUmkin".
We nrruiithori'") to niiliounre the naiiir uf
IAMI IV. SI l;VAIll' in u nitiillilulc for the
iilliri-nrCilyLlcrk, at tin: cimuliiK city (lection.
We nie mitliotlKil to niinolinci! the name of
IV, y, AXI.I.V ii(ii CTIidlil.lle lor Ifeleetlon to
the nllleeol' City Clerk nt the hhiiIiiR i-lmrier
We Hie null.orieil lo inilinuiice
llt.AKKwIII lw ii culiillJate for re-elitllon o
the ofllce or City '1 HiuuriT, t the einulni? city
We nre nuthorlful nniioiiiirc Mr f. M
VIOCKH.inil cnnilMHle '- '"
uii r nt the uplirouchliiK tmitilcf put election.
foil CITY AITOUNriY.
Wenio iinthorue'l to atiiioimce thu nuine of
I1AUJIOX Itl.AIJi.iHtt ennd hints for te-ilto-lion
lo the otllee ol City Attorney, t the eniil
iliX clmrti r election,
1 he majority of the toleM In the Kllt Waltl
heiehy nliiioiilK- Mr JKWI.TI' M IU.UX nt
their cnnilhlnti! Tor Ahli niuti of the ald wnnl,
un.l nlll uiiorthlinnt the enmillix election.
We nre authorized lo unnoiinre WM.T. IIK.KH
WAIII n u mii'lltlate fur AMennan from the
IIIOS. W. IIAI.I.IDAV ll b cnmlhliitc lor
Ahlinnan iroin the Klllh Hani, lit the nnnoarh
.1 I. (iA.MIII.I: is nlinounrnl m u canillilate
for Ahlerinan III the fifth Wunl ut the tarifent
tolkltutlon of iiutiir loters.
Wenieimthorieil to nnnounce M. II "1 1 1 1 -'1
1.1.11 il(il n a mmllilnte lor Ahlerinan, In
thenieonil Want, nt the election on I nes'lny
llyaollellnlloii of a iiiiinlxr ol the white nml
eolote.1 voter of the 'Ihlnl Wunl, I hereby nn
noiincr n.ywlf at n candidate lor Alderman in
ihild Wunf, lit theeleetlon on Tlieaday next.
We are uiilliorlii-l lo aiiiiouncn W. 1'.
U'ltliill 1' ai a rniidldate fur re-elii'tlon lo the
llojnl of Alderman, at the eh-ctlou on Tlieaday
We lire nulhoried toannouncr I'l.l I'M SAUI',
for nn lndeicndent rauilidate for hirlffol'Al
i iiindircounty, nt the eninlnK county elertlon.
SIXDAV, M'HIU 10, 1S7C.
I.ucnl Wenltier Krpnri.
Ciliio, III., A.nl J', lilC.
Han " Tlir.
50.0'. I I .'
IN. SMI i&j
ft til C'J
2I.TST ' To.
7 a. in
Ferseaut, blh'iuil Service, IT. S A,
.lust received by (loldstlne it Uo-en-water.
Kill tilowo. .
Trch arrival ol a very large a3'ort
mcnt ol ladies' and gents' kid gloves at
.1 llurger k Co. U-'Jl-tl
I.lueii I'ibre, plate tlnlh, letter mid note
paper at the lit i.Lr.Tix otllce. Itlut and
ereaiu laid. Mow St. I.ouis prices.
HI bales ol t-J miiallu 75catlhc New
York 'tore. Also 1(hX) pieces ot prints,
choice -tylc at 7 and H cents per yard,
retail KS-lfltl r.iui:n & Co.
(.a-hlilere I. nee-null Xt'lllims.
( 'a-hmere lace and netting, a .-plemlld
avortinent, certain to please the ladies,
ju-t in, at .1. llurger A Co. Il-'Jl-tf
AKentlitii ! Itenler-.
Wo have four docn Imitation Kbony
-pr.iguo Can-0eners, taken for adver
ting, which wu u 111 fell at two dollars
per docn. Inquire at Ilulletln otllce.
beautiful line of new embroideries
just received by the recognized "embroid
ery house ' of Cairo J. llurger & Co.
I.adlc' linen mid alpaca Miit.s beautl-
fully made and fctyllfhly trimmed, for
tale at .1. llurger Ai V.s. Thesu ult
arc felling as low as material can be
bought In this city. Call audscu them.
Iloii-i'lteeiierm, .turn I Inn.
1 lo you know that .1. llurger it Co. arc
in receipt of a innguillceiit line ol carpet
mil oil clothes, alt thu very latest styles
and designs Tim tlrst arrival of the sea
son. .Stop hi and examine their stock.
'VUU popular saloon, comer Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. Thu bar is supplied with
puro nines, cholcu Uipiors and the llnest
brands of cigar.
:i-J.VIm A. Kiwi'-, Proprietor.
Ilou-c I'liriii-hliiK HiioiIh,
This department at. I. llurger A C'o.'s
More on Commercial avenue, contains a
stock ot table, linens, towels, napkins
inarsclllesiiuilts, etc., etc., which will do
light the eye ol every housekeeper
These gooils arc ollered at panic pi Ice
and will go oil' like hot cakes,
Fitly cent?, at Winter's C.allcry.
Shu Uocii. C. Koch, at his shop and
More room, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has for talo a stock of boots mid fdiocs of
bis own make ; also u large stock of St.
I.ouis custom made boots and shoes, lie
keeps thu best material and is up ill all
the latest styles. Ills tits am perfect, and
satisfaction It guaranteed, flivo him a
('rent ItiuiKriiiil Nule.
Now Is your last chance to get your
goods at less than cost, as I havo bought
tho wholu bankrupt stock of Iliilbron it
Well, consisting ol dry good', notions,
clothing, etc., at such low prices that en
ables mo lo give everybody bargains that
will satisfy even the hardest customer.
I will continue thu business at Iho old
stand ot llcilbron A. Well only lor thirty
days longer, and all Iho goods must bo
sola within that time on account ot re
mnval. Ho on hand In lime, beforo all
tho bargains are gone, as I mean bust
ncss. Solomon Paiikira, ol On.
l-5-lin 1 12 Commercial avenue.
There was nothing done hi cllher of
the police courts yesterday.
0. 1 Hie ltltillir il.
Dr. llalnbow has a sure cure. Call on
lilnintNo. IK). (See advertising col). It
Tho track of this road U again In per
fect order, and all trains arrive nml depart
on regular lime.
I'-'.'t doiix FonoiiT, Agent.
Salesman; Inqiilie of D. F. Iteiinett,
Commercial nvctine, between Tctith and
Klcvenlh streets. l-10-:it.
AH ItlBhl Aicnln.
Trains on the Cairo and St. I.ouis rail
roud'aru running regularly ugalii. The
track has been tlioroughly repaired and
is now in excellent condition.
Wniits lo Trmlc
A good shot gun lor a good watch ;
gold prclered. and willing to pay tho
dlll'ercuce. Address. 1). II. W
lit llox 102, Cairo,
ItibboiK, r.nuand tmrasuU, latest .styles
and lowest prices for sale at llurger &
V'. A!m mi cxipiisllu lot of cashmere
and ecru tics, In the nuweit designs.
A. M. K. I hlirrli.
Tbeltuv. Dr. .1. 11, Magcc, one of thu
most talented of colored ministers, will
preach In the African .MuthodNt Episco
pal church this evening. A cordial Invi
tation Is extended to the public to attend.
llurger & Co. have a beautiful assort
ment of drcs goods ol all kinds, and
fdlks. Mimmcr silks as low as sixty cents
per yard. The.-c arc splendid bargains.
Call and ce them before tlieruli.
Tile ComhiK i:iHerliiliiiiienl.
The mhi'trcl performance ol the Tay
lor Literary 'lub will take place In about
two weeks. The cntcitalnmcut will bo
the best ever given by any houm organi
zation In this l ily.
"Winter's row'" Is undergoing a thor
ough and complete repairing, repainting,
etc. The houses are being put In first
cla'S condition, and arc for rent at rea
sonable figures. Lynch ! Ilowley arc
Yesterday morning, between one and
two o'clock, Mr. I.. V. Klunear's resi
dence, on Tenth street, was discovered on
lire, but the llaincs were put out before
any serious damage had been done. The
house is thought to have been set on lire,
but who applied the torch is not known.
The German Lutheran church people
arc making preparations to hold a festi
val one week from Tuesday night, In
Gcyer's building, on Commercial avenue.
The demonstration will be given for the
purpose of obtaining money to defray
the expenses or the congregation. It
will be made a pleasant allalr, and should
be well patronlcd by our people.
On Tuesday evening Dr. .1. II. Meliee
will give a grand panorama of beautlfu'
oil paintings at the Airlcait Methodist
Kpi'copal church, corner of Eighteenth
and Walnut MrccU. The paintings,
which weare Inloriiicd ate very beauti
ful and tluely executed, and will be ex
hibited by the means of two powcrlul
stereoptlcans. The prices of admission
arc. adults '.'O cents, children 10 cjnts.
A Slnioler Arrealeil.
Sheriff Ham Irviu. on Friday night.ar-
rcftcd in this city a man named Thomas
J. Morgan, who shot a deputy sheriff of
Stoddard county. Mo., some time ago
while the latter was trying to arrest him.
Morgan was also shot in the mouth by the
otllcer while resisting, but managed to
ct away and escape arrest until this
time. He was put into the county jail
lor safe keeping until he Is called for by
the Stoddard county ollkials, to whom
SherltV Irviu has written that Morgan is
.Mr. Oscar llaythorne, of the firm ot ().
Ilaythornu it Co.. who Is now In thu
East buying goods, writes as follows :
There has been a heavy decline hi drv
r.Anilc i.sluwl'itl V 111 llr44 (rnllllii. etlltll'ol.
Merles ami notions, and lu bleached cot
tons, the lorincr having declined about
i0 per cent, in the last two weeks. Wc
will be able to snow gome cucap goous to
those who will tavor us witli a call.
l'cmcinber this, and give Messrs. Ilay
thornu & Co. a call. Their goods wil
nrrive hi about ten days.
The well-known Cairo Alexander
Hunting club will glvo a ball to-morrow
night, (Kastcr Monday) April 17th, hi
Scheel's hall. Good music Is provided
KUcubcrg's full baud. Also good drinks
and cigars. The committee promises
everybody a pleasant evening, and every
friend of hunting Is cordially Invited.
W. T. HiiKiiWAitr,
W. F. Suiaiit.
It o.iinilttco of Arrangements.
I pounds Golden I'lo entice for $1 00
I " Choice green Illo coffee, 1 00
;i " prunes,
II ' cholcu rice,
it " Dctnoia sugar,
I boxes of matches large,
4 pounds best soda,
I " best starch,
All other sjoods as low. Cholcu butler
by the pound or package at tho
l-S-10t Nr.w Voiii; Sioui:,
April 2flth, tlie fifty-seventh anniver
sary ol Odd-Fellowship In America will
be celebrated hi an appropriate manner
at Da Quoin, all the lodges in Southern
Illinois purtlcipating lu the celebration,
,1. Ward. F.llU.of Chicago, Past Grand
Master ot the State, will deliver an ad
dress; and Hon. Schuyler Colfax Is ex
pected to be present. A special train
will leave Cairo at Ii o'clock, a.m., on the
morning of the 20th, nud It U expected
that a largo number of the members of
the order lit this city will go up.
Mr. Wrltflil For Alilermnu,
We auiiouuco tliU morning In the 111 i..
i.vmMr. W. P. Wright in a candidate
loriihlciinau In the Third ward, in up.
position to Mr. Gladncy. .Mr. Wright
has been tried in (he Hoard
of Alderman, . nml has not been
found wanting as an upright, honest and
Intelligent legislator, and lieforo casting
their ballots the voters of Ids ward
should not forget to coii'lder well the
claims he has upon their support.
In tin- KitoihI Wunl.
Mr. N. II. Thtstlewood's announce
ment, declaring his Intention to stand for
rc-clecllon to the board ol aldiriucn, hi
the Second ward, on Tuesday, wlll-lc
found In the Ui'i.i.ktin this morning.
Mr. Thlstlcwood' career as a council
man Is known to all onr cltl.cns. Ilu Is
without reproach from any quarter, mid
If again elected to llll a "eat hi that body,
he pledges himself to work for the Inter
est of Ids constituents and the good of
We this morning publish the announce
ment of Pclcr Suup as an Independent
candidate lor sheriff of Alexander
county at the coming county election.
Mr. Saup has many friends both m the
city and throughout tho county, who
will use all their efforts to lay bcrore the
people ol Atexaiiikr uviiilly his claims,
and thu contest between Mr. Irvln, Mr,
Kdmumlsoii and Mr. Saup, should no
other candidate enter the Held, It Is pic
dieted, will prove very Interesting.
The firm of Cross, Coleman Co. Is
this day dissolved by mutual consent, .1.
Coleman withdrawing, llii-lncss hereaf
ter will becondticted under tliu style and
firm of Cross & Co., w ho nsume all lia
bilities, and are authorized to collect all
claims due the old firm.
Caino, A pill 13th, 1S70.
lira. .Mitchell A llrlitlirtiik
Knowing that there are a large num
ber of persons hi our community alllictcd
with various chronic diseases, such as
piles, fissures, fistula. uWnses of the eye
and car. tumors, club feet, old lever sores,
etc., have opened an olllcc lor the treat
ment of this clas of jiatlcnts. Dr. Mitch
ell lias had a long nod successful exper
ience in the treatment of this class ot dis
eases; and Dr. rtrlghatn knowing this has
formed a copartnership with Dr. M.,and
Dr. H. assures his friends and the public
that they will be fairly and honorably
The a J rent t.riinil lteiulille.
Captain William II. Thorwegan's new
and magnificent steamer Grat. Republic,
Just finished at St. Louis, will pass this pot t
for New Orleans and the Jetties to-morrow.
This is the first the maiden trip ot
the Grand Ucpublic. ivhlcli is pronounced
by stcambeatmen to be the most elegant
and tho largest boat ever built to navigate
Inland waters, and -he ! n sight worth
seeing. Captain Thorwegati has avowed
his intention to make this trip of the
Grand llepubllu one of pleasure only,
lie will have a lull string mid brass baud
on board, and every po-siblu means of
enjoyment that wealth can procure, will
be afforded his guests.
.1. II. Mulcahy ol Goo-e Island, was
In the city yesterday.
Mr. H. D. Campbell, who has been
laying dangerously 111 for -everal days.
was much better yesterday. Ills speedy
and complete recovery Is considered cer
T. A. Victor, St. Louis ; T. W. Wil
liams', Hazlcwood, If y. ; .1. W. Monar.
Hazlcwood, Ky. ; W. L. .Marshall, K. 'J'.
Ilrown and IJ. miff, Tcxasbeiid, .Mo. ; .1.
II. Harlow, Harlow City, Ky. ; L. J.
Walker, Harlow City, Ky.; S. Treinaiu.
Canada; .lohn Hooch, Louisville, Ky. ;
William .1. Scott, Louisville, Ivy.; II. P.
Hagley, Now Orleans; A. Stow, Indian
Territory, were at thu Planters' house.
W. D. W. Hernard. of St. Louis; Wm.
Alicnbcrger, of Louhville ; A. W. Isling
ton, .laekson. Tenn. ; II. 13. Pyern, St.
Louis; II. W. Dixon, of Mississippi;
Green H. llaiini. Golcouda; i m. H.
ige, Ccntralia; .lohn Nichols Chicago'
were at the bt. Charles.
There will bu no services at the
Presbyterian church to-day, owing to the
absence ol tho pastor, I lev. H. i .
Thero will bo thu usual services at
tho Methodist church, corner of Klghth
and Walnut streets, this morning mid
evening. This morning thu ltuv. Mr.
Gilliam will preach an Faster sermon,
and will take for his subject, "The Resur
rection ol Christ." At tho evening ser
vice tho subject of thu sermon will be
"God's Punitive Justice." A cordial In
vitation to the public Is extended.
Thu Kastcr services at tho Lpisco.
pal church to-day will bo very Interesting
ml Imposing. The tiiuslu is all new
and will bo the finest Faster niiislu over
given In this city, and with such slnger.
asMrs. Halllday, Miss Pitcher, Mr. Mor
ris and .Mr. Frank Howe, with Miss Kiln
llobblns at tlio organ, thero is every as
surimce'tliat It will be finely rendered
Tho church will bo handsomely deco.
rated with llowers, Hours of service 11
a.m., and p.m.
The annual meeting of the congrega
tion of tho Church of tho Redeemer will
bo held hi the church on Kastcr Monday
evening at half-past seven o'clock. At
this meeting the nuw vestry will be
elected and the annual icpoit ol tho
financial condition of tho parish will bu
read, and other very Important matters
will also bu brought beloro I lie meeting.
'ily ol' Calm,
colored nnd varnished, for sale al hall
price (S-'.M)) at the Htii.i.r.iiN olllcc.
.1 s r Kixtiiti1' A. Ilalley has Just
icccli'cd a fine lot of canary and mock
lug bird cage Hwer stands, llower
trainer, baskets, archer, hearts and
wreathes, which ho has marked very low,
at 115 Commercial avenue. 2-18-:im.
The exhibition ol trained hor'rs, given
bv the world lamrd show man In
city on I'rld.iy afternoon and evening, Is
pronounced by all to be the most won
derful display of excellence In the art
ever seen. The herd of Hronehos Is com
posed ol eight pretty animals. They are
all In excellent condition, nml the way
they go through their various tricks,
captivates even the most saugiilnu ob
server. Tho horsu "Nettle," tho great
vaultcr. repays hi himself the price or
admission. Not only docs hu leap over
four horses, as advertised by Illce, but
also over n gatu or bar, fully live feet lu
htlithth. Illce. lu order to show what
Nettle could do, notwithstanding thu
ring was In a most tmtavorablucoiidilloii,
being muddy nnd very sllppofy.placcd the
fifth horse ,lu the group, and the falthlul
vaultcr, alter taking a .survey of tho great
task beforo him, made two circles of the
arena mid raUIng himself on bis halluces
cleared the llie horses with an easu and
grace that wrung from thu entire assem
bly shouts, clapping of hands and etmnp
lug of feet that rent thu air. Then
thero was llonlto and llravo, two beauti
ful twin ponies, that by their cute and
cunning tricks of teetering, barrel rolling,
etc., wot. tho l.ivor of overyboily. Tho
mare Flora, In tho leat of rolling a bar
tel around the arena, ami then up and
down an Incline with her forufett was also
pronounced a most astounding feat
and one of the most straining mid dilli
cult task', as stated by Mr. Illce lu
ring, that can be Imposed upon a hor-e
without injury to the animal. HcMdcs
the horses mentioned, Illce has the artil
lery hor.se "Cupid," "Kilty Clover," the
mare that from n number of colors will
pick out any shade asked for; tho beauti
ful little trick mare "Plcanlnnl," and
last, but not least, the great, the beautl
fill blind hor.se "Kxcclslor," who for
more than twenty years has n-tonUhed
tho world by his evidences ol lutein,
genec never beloro seen. Hcldcs thesu
features, there aio tho pcrlormlng bears
and the equestrian goats, that by their
performance afforded much mirth and
enjoyment ; and when wc say that tho
military drill of the Hronehos excels any
thing ever seen In this or any other city,
we but express the sentiment of the most
competent judges. In the organization ol
this show. Illce ha made a success that
cannot full to bring back to him again
prosperity and wealth, and again crown
him witli the title he once wore and now
de-erves. the "Hoss Showman of his
We call attention to the advertisement
oflhe Fqultatilc l.ifo Assurance Society
this morning, nnd recommend the coin
pany to all who de-Ire a safe investment
of a comparatively -mall .-um ol money,
by means uf which a mau ,ny lu.ri,lll(,
his present property, may secure in
stantly a sure support for thosu depen
dent upon him, or provide for himself a
snug sum to bo paid fifteen or twenty
Tho L'ipiltahle stands side by side with
the Mutual Lite of New York In all re
spects, haying paid lor several years past
equally as large dliideus to policy
holders. It exacts cali payment In
premiums and pays cah dividends every
year from the date of tho policy. L. A.
Hurnctt. who served tho compan.i in
.Michigan as general agent, several years
ago. ha accepted tho ( 'alro airency, with
olhco hi the Uci.i.ktix djulldlug. where
all information with regard to the work-
lugs of thu company will be ebeerliilly
.Mr. liliiilnej N .ViiiiiMiiiceiiient.
Mr. .lohn Gladncy this morning an
nounces himself as a candidate lor aider
man in the Third ward. Wo arc re
quested by Mr. Gladncy to state that 11
ho Is elected he shall make 11 his aim to
discharge his duty Jhonorably and In
accordance with the views of
hi- supporters. lie will not,
he says. be a tumbling
block in tho couttcll chamber. Mr. Glad,
ney may dons hu prouil-cs hu will; but
In Ihu opinion ot the Hi i.i.mi.v, whether
elected or defeated, ho has made a great
mistake lu allowing himself to become a
A re-union ol the members of tho Sil
ver Cornet baud of this city was belli hi
their practice rooms lu llross' building..
on Frldav night. Reside tho members o'
tho band, a number of ft lends, and
delegates from tho other bands of the
city were present, and the meeting was
onu ol enjoyment and pleasure, to all.
The Cairo Silver Cornet baud was organ-
lied in IS 30 and has lived until now, with
a prospect ol a yet much longer life.
There are only three members In tho
band now, however, who were lu th0
organization when It was started. They
are Judge llross, .lohn Gossinan and Her.
A Nu. l l.iwiiHlry.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
tho laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Wahliigton and Commercial nw'.
noes, lias one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In thu :ity, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses wilt
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices aro as lollows : Hotel
mid boarding-house washing 75 cents
per do.en. For piccu work prices mo as
follows: Slnglo shirt and' collar, 10c; per
docn, &0o; socks, fie; two collars, fie;
two handkerchiefs, 3o; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. tier doen.
Ladles plain calico dresses, 23o; calico
dre.-scs with extra trimmings,. r0u; white
ilresses. Si 2.u ; ladles' uuderwni'o, line
and coarse, $1 00 per do.en. l-'JJ-lf.
Rei'il'ar eoii'i..cu ol Cairo
( ouiiiiantlery No. HI K. T., at
the Asvhim, Monday evening,
April 17lh, IKi i.
Soiouriilng fslr Knights aro
A. H.w.m:v. A .lluelot of table and
pocket cutlery, nl" spades, shovels
hoes, rakes, forks.axcs and a general lino
of hardware just received by . Halley,
113 Commercial nvciiue. 2-18-:im.
Equitable Life Assuranca
SOCIETY, OP NEW YORK
:On the Savings Bank Plan for Your Own Benefit;
Or LIFE or ENDOWMENT FOR YOURSELV AND FAMILY.
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR 1
SUR-PLUS $ 4,516,012 42. .
ASSETS $20,030,087 70.
E. A. BURNETT, Agt.
Special bargains lumiiual Gold
stluo it Hoscnwatcr's. :i-20-tf
We call attention to the card ol tho
St. Charles Hotel this morning, and es.
peclally to the reduction hi prices to suit
Dr. Kalnbjw's references, on rup
ture cure, are legion. Several of tliciu
are first cltl.cns ol Cairo.
A splendid selection of cheviots Ju-t
received at Goldstlno & ltosenwater's.
If ruptured, procure tho services of
Dr. Rainbow before lie leaves for Now
Tho funeral of Fannie Smith on
Good Friday, was largely attended. All
lit r school-mates weru In attendance, and
two of them, young ladles, carried a large
evergreen cross In the procession lo the
cemetery and left it on tlio grave.
Dr. llalnbow never falls lo cure rup
ture. Iht will remain In Cairo three
days longer. It
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lot,
lu exchange for St. Louis properly.
The south hall of the "Pilot" hou-o at
- House on Vinth street, between Wal
nut and Cedar streets, lately occupied by
.1. Sehleslnger, ?1".
Hou-e on Tweltth street West ol Wal
nut, " rooms and kitchen, $11.
liusiness hou-e on Levee street, above
-A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
street, near Commercial avenue.
Store loom on Commercial avenue,
next to Waierly hotel, 510.
--Cottage of I rooms on Twenty-third
street. $fl. Good yard and cistern.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twcnty-th'.rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 f.0.
Store room adjoining above,
House on Commercial avenue, above
Ninth street, suitable lor bu-lness and
House on Walnut street, near Center
pleasant premises, $12 CO.
House on Commercial avenue, near
l'.ith street. Suitable for business and
Tenements numbered 2, 7, 8 and
!i, Winter's Row. ft rooms each for $10
per month. Will bu put In first-class
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms, $7.
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Halley.
-Dwelling house on Sixth street and
.lell'er.son avenue $10.
Orphan A-yhun building and pieinl-
-cs. Relit low, to a gooti teiuiit.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a mouth.
Room, lu various parts ol the city.
FOR LF.ASKOR SALK.
Lands, In tracU to suit, near Cairo.
Hiisincss Hou-e lately occupied by
Wood Rltleiihoiise it 'o., on Levee be
low 1 llli street. He'U very reaonablc.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enelo.-ed, In good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut streets. Rent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on west side of Coni
mereial avciiuo near Fifth street, suitablo
lor shop and dwelling. Rent for each, $8
Dwelling house, 3 rooms, on Fifth
-treet near Walnut, In good repair. Rent
$12.30 per mouth.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenly-llrst street, near Sycamore
north side. Rent $3, per mouth.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Rent low.
Ilasemeiit of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near Klghteenth
street, tlvu rooms In good coudltlonl
Hulldlng on cast sldo of Cotnmeicla
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Hulldin'g on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Rent very low.
Tenements, olllees and looms In vari
ous locations. Rents low.
Lots and lauds for sale or lcatu.
John Q. II.iuman & Co.,
Real Kslato Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. '.l-15-lf
For u elca.i shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to '
George Slchihoitse on KlgMh "'',,,,
Alexander County Hank building. Ill
bhopls always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assUtunts always polite, and
bis tables covered with the latent dally
papers, (or tho benclltof his ciutomers.
W All DKl'AlltMKNT, ItlVKH ItKrOIIT,
April IS, ,07(1
LOW WAInn. CIIAM1E.
rt. IK. n. in.
Cult' 1 '1 -J) 3
rntiimr I r ' xt i
Cincinnati '.'I II a 11
Uiulavlllu ,.! II ol I
Nnlivtllc 11 lu
.St. Ixmis ..-o o XI l
Kvineillle ill i xi -i
Mt'lllillll It !l II l
Vlrksbiirjt II 9 0 1
'.New Orlrun. a 1 S XI) 1
HeloM-liltfli H-Jtcrnf l:i.
tergiunt, Slgn.il MTvlcr . t'. S. A.
Steamer ,11m Flsk, Paducah.
" .lohn L. Rhodes, St. Louis.
" Heo and barges, St. Louis.
" Cons Millar, Cincinnati.
" Pat icburno. Kvansvllle.
" Fearless, St. Louis.
" T.T. Ilillman, Nashville.
" Ste. Genevieve, St, Louis.
" John Means, tow, Cincinnati.
" John A. Wood.tow. N. O.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Pudueah.
" Fleet Wing, up Ohio.
" John L. Rhodes, Pittsburg.
T. T. Hillman, Nashville.
" Cons Millar, Memphis.
" Pat Cleburne, Kvansvllle.
" Ste. Genevieve, Vlcksburg.
' John Means, tow, .New Orleans
The gaugo marked 3$ feet 2 Inches
last evening. The decline In the twenty
lour hours cmllug at G o'clock being 'A
The weather at five o'clock was
cloudy mid nt nine o'clock there arc In
dications of heavy weather.
liusiness very quiet.
-Thorwegan's magnificent) JGrand
Republic for New Orleans and the jetties,
with a brass and string band, and two
hundred excursionists trom St.
Louis, will be here to-morrow. Kvcry.
body -lioiild .-cc tho Grand Republic as
she Is said to be the largest and grandest
steamer ever built to navlgare Inland
Thu John Means passed down from
Pittsburg for New Orleans yesterday
with a tremendous big trip. She had
eleven barges of hay. corn, oat, meal,
llour and other freight.
The Hce and barges will add a lot of
corn at the bends lor New Orleans.
The Fearless, from St. Louis, passed
up the Ohio yesterday.
The Jim Flsk had a light trip, as is
Usual with her of late.
The Cons Millar had a goodtilpOf
freight and people lor Memphis.
Tho Pat Cleburne came hi from
Kvansvllle with a slim load. She went
back about as she came.
The Mls-lsslppl Valley Transporta
tion boat arrived yesterday with two
barges loaded with freight of various
kinds and a barge containing 1,000 tons
of Ice. She gets here barge 31, loaded
with tobacco, llour, hoop poles, etc., and
will hawc at leaving, to-morrow, Includ
ing the ice, over 1,000 tons.
The priuclpil item ot thu John
Means' cargo, Is S31 hhdsof tobacco, for
Thu John A. Wood arrived Ust
evening witli a tow ol empty coal fiats
lor New Orleans. Sho is also towing tlio
tugs WavciiyaudJ. N. Roberts.
The John L. Rhodes passed up with
a lair -tarter from St. Louis for Pitts
burg. She did but little business here.
Tho Ste. Gcnovlovie pas-cd down on
Friday night. She had a rousing big
trip, having moio than eleven hundred
tons upon arrival, die mado light addi
tions here. Her passenger list was a
The T. T. Hillmaii brought a very
light trip from Nashville on Friday night.
She went back yesterday with CO balei
of hay and a small amount ot other
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Hi'i.i.F.n.v, unless the
same Is mado on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com-,
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of tho company, for any
Caiiio lli'i.i.i:tis Comimnv.
November ID, 1S73. ti
St. Oharlas Hotel,
PRICES MOUSED TO 3 THE TIKES I
Boom and BoRre1J!'i,,10d Floo"rg 9'80
Jloora and Board, 3d floor 3.00 ?rSay.
SpaoUl Rata by Wk or Heath.
.1 llailti'il numlwr of very dealnbl Uiully
iiK.nii can ht wcurcd nt muooaUle rate lor U
'I he M, Clmrle Is the UrfteataDclUat aupolnt
cil House In Soiilluru IlllnoU, and U Um Iwd'nq
hotel In Cairo. Xotwillulinalni b fj
ltock" r.lucllon In rlre, th UbU wlILM
imiuI, be niwrtilljr upnllel with Ui wjr mt
orevm tUng Hurt cm U found in nuw" .
Flue lrg sample rooms for comnrfrcui irT
elrra. on iwcond Boor, freeof chtrgr ,
KTAll Uiitaw of irof U cont jet to tad trom
IhHotel WOW thug ox AC0.,