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(h liiilnx ndrnt Onlcr of UiM-l'il
'fiBe lowi, miU every 'Ihuraday night
"jwpji ol iiir-mi reinii in ineir inn on
.'omiiiirnlul uwiiik', iMtwtTn ijlxlh mii Hf until
ron i n mhi, n ii
- t.VllH KNCAMI'MKNT, I O. O. '.. irirtlii
iiiUlil rVlluWa' Hull op tlii Hnt M tlilr'l
I if May lu tTrr) mourn, M i.mi-jbsi fvin
J Mil II (Ioshmam, C I'
m. Aiuof.unui:. no rt7.AF.AA.iu
-V llolil ri-Kiilar Ciiiuiiitmlratloiii In Mh
kK twitt! Hull, corner Commercial avenue
' ;'l Llhlli nlfM l, on the M-cowl mil
muni .sinnrmv oi men intuitu.
S.lK-f mnti ; llliillic of ll. I'. Heimetl
Commercial avenue, between Tenth nuil
r.lnvenlh stncK l-llKlt
While yooN nml lint n. Including "II
klmlf of wtillt: wear for Mills for ladles
nml children, id Hurger V. Co's. Tin
price of those goods are extremely low
ami Hie ""lock Is :i most attractive one1.
Iliitriili lor IImIiIis.
Sleeping carriages tuiil )t ti nihil latorn.
lor babies ol nil Me, lit price ranging
Irnni 50 to $25, tit Win. F.lchhoilV fur
nlttiri! factory, coiner Seventeenth sheet
nml Washington avenue, l-ll-lm
t;iiils- 1'iiriilhliliii; (iitiiil.
.1. ISurgor A Co.. hac added lo tliclr
hUk'U t tils spring one of the finest sclct
Hons ol gents furnishing goods ever
brought to (lilt I'ity. Gentlemen arc In
vlti'il to cull ami examine goods before
Wo will pay no bill i.onlraclcil by any
finployi' of Tin: Ki-mxun, unless tin-
mine U inaile on a written onlcr signed
by the president or secretary of tlie emu
pany, ami we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
CaIUO LtlJl.lXTI.V I IIMI-ANV.
.November 10. lWi. tl
I'lirnllnrr i limp.
Win. K.chhoiriias jmt llllml his ware
house and factory, corner of 17tll Mreet
ami Washington avenue, wltli the
largest stock anil most complete vaile.lv
of furniture oyer ollered In the Cairo
market, lie means business, ami will
i II lor cash only at rock bottom figures.
It li only necessary to examine his stock
ami prices to" sathfy yourselves as lo
piality ami chcapne". ami that mw Is
thy time to buy. 1-12-1 in
The firm of Cross, Cob-mtui A Co. Is
this day dissolved by mutual eoncnt, .1.
Coleman withdraw In;;, Hii-lucss licrcaf
ter will becoinluctcd under the (-tylu ami
linn of Cross & Co., who atum: all Ha.
Iillitlcn, and are anlhorbed lo collect all
i'latm line the old linn.
' has. Pink,
C.who, April llllli. 1ST0.
hlierif I'll) lllrlit.
tlcorse I.atlnor. proprietor of the N'ew
Kxcvl'lnr l-ialoun, CoaimtTolal avenue
threti door 1m:1ow Sixth 'treet, I bound
lo bis-ame the popular re-ort of the city.
This iiiornlnj: at 10 o'clock ht will Inau
gurate a now feature In his line of bui
lies'!, to-lt : He will rciUiuu specie pay
ment pay out. silver In making change.
A frre lunch escry morning at 10 o'clock.
The bar U stocked with l'lhncr iKcr, and
the best ol wine, liquor anil clears.
(jIvo the K.xccMor a call 1th the place
for tho best In er, and bard money, tf
lor limi'itu nml Colnrmlo,
Tho Atchison, 'J'opeka and .Santa Ke
railroad from iCau.sas City ami Atchison
on the Missouri river, via Topeka, the
capltol ot Kan -as and thu beaiitllul r-kiin-as
valley lo the liotky .Mountaiua.
Thcshorte-t r'Ute to l'ueliclo the (irand
Ciinon, Colorado 'prliiRs. .Maultou,
I'lkeH Speak, and all plan's of note lu the
mountain legion8. The favniite route
to Denver ami all jioluts In N'mllicru
Colorado. 'J'he be-t route to Southern
Vilorado, New Mexico and Ai ioii;i. The
only dlivet route to the famous San
.Itian mines. The track and equipment
Is unequaled, trains run through from
the Ml-iimrl river lo the Itoeky .Moun
tain1:, makliiir connections in Union de
pots ami avoiding delays ami trans
lets. For lull descriptive circulars
limps, time table, etc., addre.-s
T. .1. A.NIKIlS(iK.
c.en'l l'asa. A'-cnt, Tonekn, Kan.
lluiiuess lloiiso lately occupied by
Wood Ilittcnlioufe & Co,, on Levee lie
low 1 Ith si reel, lie-it very reasonable,
Dwellhi.' hou'c, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, lu ;ood order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut streets. Itent low to
a ood tenant.
Two tcucmcuU on west side of Com
mercial avcniio near I'lflh Mreet, suitable
lor. shop and dwelling. Itent for each, $8
per month. .
Dwelling house, 5 rooms, on Fifth
street near Walnut, In ood repair, Kent
Sia.no per month.
Coitnue, - rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-llrst i-treet, near .Sycamore
nortli side, flent S.'i, per mouth.
Two finall houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and I'opular. ltent low.
llusement of brick Imlldlne-, wet side
of Washlulon uvenuo near F.llitceiith
utrcet, flvn rooms lu j,'00d condltlonl
Hulldhif,' on cast s-lilo of Coininciclii
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable iV.r
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Hulldmj,' on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twcltlli street, Old "City
J lull." Jtcnt very low.
Tenements, otllcos ami rooms In vari
ous hications. Hunts low.
Lots and lands for palo or luisc.
John Q. IIakman & Co.,
Ileal F.stnto Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. ll-KMf
I OK fllllllUT.
Wi'nrciiiillioii7pil lonniioiinrc llml It. A. IM
IIIIIDilflOII I an Imll'ltf Iillrllt lll-lilililiruli rniull
ilali'lur M.iilft, nt the riimlnn loimly ilirllun.
W'r me nntlmrliil tnuiinoiMiro I'm Kl! H VI I
lor an liiilrK:iiili'rit cmiilliUlr Tor Mti rlffnr At
riniulir coumIVi nt llw milling unty rlrrtliui
It ATI'.M itV AIIVIIKIISI.MJ.
rjAII l)llla fill mlurtUin, srt.lns anil pay
kbit- IN AbVANCK
'IiiiiibI.iiI :uherllBliiK will be lusi tint lit Hi
mli! of l ) icr muate for llif Brit Insi rtiori
uinl M ct'iitM fur each iuliincnl onr A lll.trnl
ill-romit Hill linmili on alnmlliiK nml llituy
I'orliMirtInK KuiM-rul notlou l tot Nollici.l
iii(flliii?orocI(liin or cent onli'M ' rt-iiln for
nu ll iii'otlliin
flmrrli, Horlily, KesllTnl nml KiiiT imtirm
Will only 1m. Insnlril i K'hi rllM'lnriiU
No uihrrtls'liii'iit will rv ir-rrlvol nt li-ss limn
M tciiln, nml nil iwimiiIm un lit U- lim-rtnl
lor IikhIIi.'iii thus: ilollnn r iiionlli
I.ocnl Ilunincns Notice, of
ion linen or more, iniiortcu
in the llullotin as roiiowa :
Commucco Counting- at ten Linen.
Ono luDcrtlon per lino " Cent
Two tnanrtlouapar Hue 7 fnt.
inreo insertion par uno iu ount
Hlx liiBurtlon por lino 10 Cent
Two week per lino lift Cent
One month nnr line .'15 Cnnta
No lleduotion will bo tnuile lu iibovo
TlirilriDAV, Al'Iill, 20, 1S70.
I.ocnl WchIIiit llejiurl.
C'Aino, III., Aitll 19, Iktii.
Wind. Vel. I Weaiii.
Mi yi r,j
jii, it:i . r.: j
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III i On
Ftri-aiit, Siciint Acrvire, IJ S. A .
4 'I'll ( c ll ll In I llillv
I'ccived bv Coldstine
Fresh arrival ol a very larue a'isort
mcnt ol ladles' and "ent-' kid slovcs at
I Hurler t Co. .'b'JI-tl
l.liii ll ran r.
Lim n libre, plate llnhh, letter nml note
taper at the ISri.i.iniv olllce. Ulue anil
ream laid, below .St. Louis prices.
Ciisliiiirri- Lncpo nml tlliiKt.
('n-hmeru laco and netting, a splendid
;is"-ortmcut, certain to please the ladles,
list In, lit .1. Hurler & Co. .'MM!
A beautiful line of new cmbroldetie-
Just received by the recognized 'embroid
ery bouse" of Cairo .1. Burner & Co.
Null-.: KiiHh !
Ladies' linen and alpaca ults, beaut!-
lully mado and ?ylllily trimineil, ror
sale at .1. Hurler ,t oV. Thuo .ults
are selling as low a material can be
bought lu this city. Call and si-o them.
i:ri lsmr SiiIoiiii.
Thl popular jaloon, corner Fourteenth
street ami Washington avenue, N o)eii to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure lues, choice liquors and the llue-t
brands of clears. .
:W.1.1m A. Knots, Proprietor.
:iillsi l,Tii rs, All on I Ioii.
Ho you know tliat .1. Hurler & Co. ate
in receipt of a ma.'niliccnt line of carets
mil oil clothe-, all the very latest style?
ami dcjl'ms ' The Ilrst arrival of tiie sea-
on. Stop hi and examine their stock.
House I'liniUliliiif liooil.
This department nt.I. Uurer & Co.'s
store on '"ommercial nveiiue, contains n
tock ol taw"o linens, towels, mipklns
iniire!lle.''qulltf, etc., etc., which will de
jlit the eye of every housekeeper
I'he-e 'ooils .ueolleieil at jianie prices
and will uo oil' like hot cakes.
Filty cents, at Winter' fiallfi v.
'I lie Place.
For a clea.s shave, a fashionable hair-
ut, or a thorough shampoo, j;o to .1.
icorgo .Stelnhouse on Flghtli street,
Mexamlor County Hank building. His
Imp Is always neat; bis towels always
lean ; his assistants always polite, ami
his tables covered witli the latest dally
upers, lor tho benefit of Ills customers.
Ul i'lll llillllll llil Suit-.
Xow is your last chance to ot vour
goods at Icsj than cost, as 1 liavo bought
the whole bankrupt stock of Ilcllbron &
Well, consisting ol dry goods, lajtloiw,
clothing, etc., at such low prices that en
ables mu to give everybody bargains that
will satisfy even the hardest customer.
will continue tint business at the old
tand ot Ilcllbron & Well only lor thirty
days longer, and all tho goods must bo
sold within that tlmo on account of re
moval. Ho on hand in time, before nil
the bargains aro gone, us I mean busi
ness. Solomon 1'aiikiiu, ol Ciu.
1-ti-lui 112 Commercial avenue.
A JVo. I l.iiiiuiiry,
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
tho laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, lie
tween Washington and Commercial live;
lines, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the -ity, ami land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llml It to tliclr advantage to call upon
her. Her prices aro as lollows: Hotel
and boai'dliig-hon'se washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices aru as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 10o: per
dozen, SOu; socks, Co; two collars, 5c;
two handkerchiefs, oo ; vests, 20o; and
nil gentlemen's wear, POe. per dozen,
Ladles plain calico dresses, 25o; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50o; white
dresses, SI 25c ; ladies' uiulenvnrp, lino
and roarse, $1 00 per dozen. l-2:l-tf.
city of Culro,
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
pi Ice (?2.50) at the Ik'i.i.ntN olllce.
Special haigafhn III muslin at flold
Mine & Kosrnuiitei '.s. :i-2(Mf
A splendid selection of cheviot Jut
received at (loldstlno & Ito.-cn water's.
l'lrt of Ilic Ncntoti.
.loo II. Topping will have, Ice cieani to
day nt his new ladles' Ice cream parlors on
Llghtli Mrcel. Ladic and gent? give
him call. It
Kibbons, fans anil pnrarol, latent
and lowest prices for sale at Hurper
Co's. Also an exquisite lot of caibmern
and ecru tics, in the newest design'.
I hi Centennial Kefrlgerator- Ihelalest
linproveiuent at.d the best over made
Msd a lino assortment of hardware and
cutlery at greatly reduced prices, nt A
llalleys. No. 115 Commercial avenue.
The Hull To. morrow M(jli.
Lvery preparation lias been completed
lor tho ball at tho St. rhaiies to-morrow
night. It will be one of the most pleas
ant dances of tho senson and probably
the last, and evcryhoih should tbereloro
t'oiirerlN In lie ItcNiimnl.
Lent having closed, the ladles of tin
Church of the Kedcemcr will resume
regular monthly parlor concerts, at tho
rectory on Seventh strict. Tho llmt
wllltaki! place on the Ilrst Thursday
evening of next month.
lust received, a large stock ol Shaw's
Ifcfrlgerators, and White .Mountain triple
motion, Icecream freezers ; nl-o n large
supply of wlro wieen cloth for doors
ami windows, nil at rock-bottom pilccs.
C. W. Hi:xni:i:o.v.
corner l'Jlli street and Commercial
Th- I.iillieriili t'liurrli rVhilxiil.
The festival to bo given for the benefit
ol the German Lutheran church, next
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, should
lc liberally patronized by the people ol
the city, livery etiort will be made by
thoe who have the nflalr iu charge to
make It pleasant for all, and all, there
fore, should contribute with a wlllhi"
Tin- l'l-rforiiiitiM-t- Nnltirilnjr.
Kothcbild A Co.'s Jtoyal Victoria cir
cus and menagerie, it should not be for
gotten, will exhibit in this city on Satur
day afternoon and evening. The concern
Is complete hi every department, the cir
cus company embracing some of tho very
best performers in the country, while
the menagerie is composed of the largest
variety of wild animals, etc., to be found
in any one show in the countrv.
We call attention to the advertisement
of the Lqultablu Life Assurance Society
tbl morning, and recommend the com
pany lo all who desire a safe Investment
of a comparatively small sum ot money,
ny means or which a man may Increase
Ids pre.-ent nroncrtv. mav securn In.
stautly n suro support foi.umfc- lcic'Jlf'"' win, uu Uuuiit, send
dent upon him, or provide for himself u
snug sum to bo paid tlftcen or twenty
Kle lion ol t'liurrli Olllvf-r
t the meeting held on Mond.iv night
it the Church of the Redeemer for the
election of ollicers, and the transaction ot
other business, the following members of
tho congregation were elected: Senior
Warden, II. II. Camlee; Junior Warden,
W. H. Gilbert; Vestrymen. II. L. Halli-
day. C. Fink, M. F. Gilbert. Geomc
isher, Dr. 11. Wardner, .1. II. .loncs. 11.
Man waring mid ,1. ('. While.
lliirlnMir l.llllc Wiillrr Nlriitloii.
Ill the death of little Walter Straiten,
grief Is awakened in the hearts of the be
reaved father and mother that call? forth
the sympathy of the entire community.
I'ho remains wero taken to Charleston,
Mo., on Tuesday afternoon, where they
wero Intel red in tho family burvhig
ground, a mile distant from that village.
A number or tho frieuds o! the family
here accompanied the remains to their
last resting place.
1'H rl or; rouci-rl.
The next eflort by the ladles of the
.Methodist church hi tho way of a pleas.
nut entertainment, will be a parlor con-
curt which will take place at the resi
dence of Mr. O. l'aee. on the "IMdge,'
ono week lrom to-nluht. Tho concert
will bo made one ot the most pleasant.
that lias yet been given in tho city. Tho
best musical talent In Cairo will bo se.
lected for the occasion, and no trOublo
will be spared to make the affair perfect
In every particular.
Two men, named Albert Ilallowellnud
James Carr, were up before Judgo lllrd
yoterday on n charge of vagrancy. His
honor fined them respectively ten and
fifteen dollars, and sent llallowell to tho
lock-up for seyeu days and Carr for nine
days. They aro supposed to be a pair ol
tlio Individuals of whom wo spoke a Jay
or two since as having hoaided the trans
fer steamer McCoinh at Fllmoro City and
refused to pay tliclr faro lo Cairo. There
were fifteen of these individuals, but tho
balance having heard that the ouicers
were looking lor them, left town on foot
rather than bo Jockal up, and It is to lie
hoped tho scaro will last until they arc
far enough away lo keep them from coin
Tho Dentil or MrN, MimHoy.
'A telegram was received lu tills city
yesterday morning; hearing tho sad nows
ol'tho death ol Mrs. Massoy, wile or the
Hon. Hart Massey, at her homo lu Ulue
Island, at nine o'clock Tuesday night.
Mrs. Massey wasu most charitable, kind
hearted, and esteemed lady, and was tho
step-mother ol Mrs. Ham. Irvin, of this
city, who, lu hir iillllclloii, lias tho hear
felt sympathy of tho entire community.
The Inneiiil will take place at llluo Is.
laud, near Chicago, to-day, and will be
attended by Mr. Irvin and lamlly, and
Mr. and Mrs. A. It. SalTonl, of this city,
who left on the Illinois Central train yesterday,
In- the matter o! tin-estate of ,, s
Hlodgett. deceased, Until import presented
by Nicholas Hiinsackcr. Itcport ap
proved, and administrator discharged.
Iu tho matter of tho estate of F. Marlon
Daves, deceased, answer to rule to lite
additional bond. Motion to ilLduks ap
plication on account of not being under
oath. Motion overruled, and the ad
ministrator required to show by evidence
thut his bond Is good,
In the matter or the estate or atollne
Klneharl, deceased, appraiemt nt bill and
Inwntory approved and ordi-icd re
corded. In tho matter of Ilic same estate, peti
tion granted to sell at private sale sul.
Ilclent personal property to pay debts and
The following Is a list of the tobacco
sold on Tuesday and Wednesday, at tho
I'lauterA' Tobacco Vareiiouc, Tenth
street, Messrs. Stniuglin. Ilhikle A Co,,
Sales ISth lust., II bogheads lugs-
$5 03; 5 25; 5 20; 5 05; 5 25; 5 10; 5 35;
5 85; I S3; 3 M; 5 85; 1 10; I 30; I GO.
Two bogheads low leaf $7 00; 7 115.
Medium to choice leaf, 13 bogheads -
?S 05; 0 35; !l 10; 0 00; 0 00; !l 50; 0 00;
0 00; 0 10; 0 75; 8 05; 0 50; 9 50.
S ue llllli hist., 8 bogheads lugs ?5 13;
5 05: I l!0: I 00: 0 10: 5 25: 3 05: I 55.
Thirteen bogheads medium to good
lear-$0 50; 10 10; S 15; 0 00; !) CO; 0 25:
: u..; .1 w; a IU; S 00; 8 05; S 50; ! 00.
Rejections. IStli Inst.. -I bogheads
&i 25; 0 10; 10 05; 7 00.
liejectlons, Kith hist., S bogheads
$0 20: I 10; 0 SO; IJ .0: 0 (): 7 75: I .15:
Viuong the ladles and gentlemen
who embarked from this city on the
Grand lie-public for New Orleans nnd
tho jetties, on Tuesday night, wero Mrs.
heelock, ol idcago ; Mrs. S. Staratt, of
Ilrooklyn. New Vork; Mrs. II. It. Farns-
worth, of Portland, .Maine; Mr. I!.
Greenlilll, and J. A. Walsh, of St. Louis.
Mr. W. 11. Morris, ot the insurance
firm or Saflord. Morris ,t Cnndec, ol this
city, is in Metropolis adjusting thojo-sj j
incurred by the late lire in that cltv.
Mr. George Clay lias gone to Texa-
karna, where he will labor hi the interest
ot Mr. John Sproat, the ico dealer or this
The family of .Major .Morrill, of the
Cairo it Vincennes railroad, are visiting
at the residence of .Mr. A. I!. Saflord. In
We regret to inform our readers that
-Miss Julia Hagey, formerly of this city,
is lying dangerously 111 at her homo in
St. Louis. She has been suffering for
some time with consumption, and four
weeks ago was confined to her bed, and
It Is reared she will not survive. Ml""1
Julia has many warm friends In Calio.
Among the passengers on the Grand
i'eptiblie for New Orleans were 'oinino
dore ltollingpln (J. C. Carter) and family"
who formerly re-sided iu tills city. The
Commodore goes on this trip as special
correspondent of tho St. l.onjs Times.
Interesting letters fiom
ltemember the National Cornet band
Monday evening. April 21. and don't fall
'ta be In attendance. .(t
I. Heilbron will gic you bargains In
dry goods, notions, etc., at Hurler's old
stand, Commercial avenue. tf
We are Informed that the Silver Cor
net baud, the Delta City Cornet band
and the National Cornet band will soon
commence giving our people regular
open air concerts.
Go to Hurger's old stand, Commercial
avenue, ir you want bargains iu dry
goods. It is a great bankrupt sale, tt
There Is no need ol going to tho
lllack Hills and running the risk or being
scalped for the sake of getting a "Ulack
Hills whisky punch." dim Kinnear, at
Miles Farker's saloon, Is one ol the
best compounders of drinks to be found,
and will "mix" for you anything yon
may ask for.
Tho election is over, and now let
those who feel an interest lu a fair hi
Cairo, make an eirort iu a fair's behalf.
Wo can have omVIf wc try, and let a
good, sound effort be made.
I'. llellbron has bought tho entire
stock of W. Woil & llro., at llurger's old
stand. See double column and bankrupt
The National Cornet hand boys aro
rushing tilings for tliclr Calico b.ill on
Monday night, and a glorious tlmo Is an
Xolh-o lu Nt'llliiil Triu-licrN-l'Hlillc i:x.
iiiiilnulloii unit .Voriiml Muss.
All persons who desire to teach in tho
public schools of this county, arc request
ed to meet at tho High School room on
Wednesday, tho lDth Inst., at 2 o'clock,
p. m., for tho purpose ot organizing a
Normal Class lo receive a thorough drill
ing iu all those branches required by tho
school law of our State. All teacheis
ami those wishing to tench throughout tho
county uro earnestly requested to Join
tho class as soon as possible, or
give somo weighty and convinc
ing reason to mu lor not doing so. Tho
session will continue' from four to fix
weeks. Tuition, grails. Tim class will
bo under tho direct supervision of ex
perienced iiorin.il teachers. At the close
of the session there will bo it public ex
amination, and tho-e holding ccrtlllcates
about to expire aro ropccti'iilly intorined
that said certificates will not bo renuwed
without re-oxauiluatlon ; mid It Is further
expected that every teacher will exhibit
uu advance of from live to ten per cent,
on the marking ol la;t year. It Is hoped
and expected that every person who In
tends to occupy the position of teacher In
tills count v will make an earnest effort
School ollicers and all others Interested
iu the eauso'of education uro cordially ami
earnestly Invited o encourage us by
I'ersons attending are requested to
bring such text books on each of the
branches ns they may have hi their pos
session. Mns. I'. A. Taylou.
Co. Supt.ot Schools.
Oiho, Ills,, April 17,lb70, ,
I'liirgerAt'o, ham a br.iulliul noit
incut of dress goods of nil kinds, and
silk, hummer silks ns low as sixty cents
per yard. These aro splendid bargains.
Call and suc them before the rush.
St. Charles A. J. Ohio, St. Louis;
Hen. I'-Molx, St. I.onls; T. M. William
son, Grand Tower; A. Holsclen, Vera
Criij H.Stelglcr and wife, Mexico C.
Uanyen. Mexico; Itev. James F. McUoe
andltov. F. M. O'Donoliue, New Or
leans; llev. V. llyrnn, Post Savbaca,
Mexico; Charles V Williams, Memphis;
H.A.Mycnburg.St. Louis; C. H.ltusni.
New Vork; J. G. Arrhigton, New Or
leans; F.d. Cohen and family, New Vorki
Morris I!, Illen, Mrs. Itogland, MsS
Stewart, Mrs. Stewart, New Orleans; W.
A.May, Koine, Georgia; .les(. lli,g(.r
ami family, St. Charles, Missouri;
D. lialhkl, Monroe, Louisiana; ,
W.Ira Lustu, l!o,ton;N. it. Fowler.
steamer II. ( . Ve.n-'cr: W. V. f.i.n.l.
Cape Girardeau ; W. II. Townlcy, Prov
idence, Ithode Island; John Finney, St.
Louis; J.M. Ktlgoiit. Louisiana: It. Wi
Memiet, Cincinnati ; L. L. Peck, hlcago?
T.Lowcntliawi, Louisiana; Lphrlam Ho
en, Salt Lake City ; V. Vandcrventcr and
I. L. Henry, St, Louis.
Planters L. C. Lowe. St. Louie 11.
S. Iays, Charleston ; John C. I.ohrutn,
T. II. Johnson. St. Louis ; James Dry.
Texas; John Hood , Coover, Ohio ; Geo.
n ...... .. . . '
i. iiii'im, liianiivilfe; P. I.. I'risble,
Olney ; N. K. Klithorp, Chicago ; Joseph I
.noun, I'eniisyiyania ; O. W. Greenup,
SoMKriiixo Nk.w. The lr.liihi-. re
clproeatlnj;, tin churn and vg healer,
tho latest and the best ever made, at A.
Hallcy's, who i.-, now .selllnir Ids larc
stock ot stoves, tin and brittana ware at
greatly reduced prices. Give him a call
before you purchase, ll.) Coin men -lal n v
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands. :,iro i0ij.
In exchange for St. Louis property.
r OK .SACK.
The south hall of the "Pilot" homo at
House on Ninth street, between Wal
nut and Cedar streets, lately occupied by
J. Selilcslniter, $l,".
House on Twelfth street West ot Wal
nut, 5 rooms and kitchen. Sll.
IJuslness housu on Uvco street, above"
A fj'Jod cottage on Twenty-Ninth
street, near Commercial urciiue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
next to Waverly hotel, 510.
Cottage of l rooms on Twenty-third
street. $0. Good yard and citcrn.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twcnty-th'rd
jStore-rootn corner Twentieth and
Stoi ""I'.ioni adjoining above. Si-1.
House on Commercial avenue, above
Ninth street, suitable lor business and
House on Walnut street, near Center
pleasant premises, $12 ."0.
nuutu uu oinmorciai avenue, near
l'Jth street. Suitable for business ami
Tenement'! numbered 2, 7, S ami
9, Winter's Kow. 5 rooms each for $10
per month. Will be put in ilrst-clas
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ingtou avenue 1 rooms, $7.
Store room iu "Pilot House,'' lately
occupied by A. Ilalley.
Dwelling liou-e on Sixth i-troct and
Jell'erson avenue S10.
Orphan Asylum building ami jitcml
EC's. Kent low, to a good temnt.
Store room, coiner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a mouth.
liooius lu various parts of the city.
FOK I.LASKOK SALK.
Lands, u tracts to suit, near C.ilro.
llrop or Joy in i'.xcr.v XVonl."
FiXMiNdro.v, Hunterdon Co,, N. J.,
June 2il, ls"l. -Dr. K. V. Piuuei:, llull
alo, N. V.: Pair Wv -It Is with 11 hap
jiy heart that I pen tlio-u lines to tie
knowledge that you and your Golden
Medical Discovery and Purgative Pellets
are blessings to the world. Tlu-so med
cities cannot be too highly praised, for
they have almost brought me out ot tho
grave. Thieu mouths ago I was broken
out with largo ulcers and sores on my
body, limbs and lace. I procured your
Golden .Medical Discovery and Purgative
Pellets, and have taken six bottles,
and to-day I am hi good health, all
those ugly ulcers having healed and left
my skin iu a natural, healthy condition.
1 thought at one time I could not bo
cured. Although 1 can but poorly ex
press my gratitude to you. yet tliero Is a
drop of joy In every word 1 write. God's
blessing rest on you and your wotiderlul
medicines is the liuinble prayer of, Your
truly, Jamks O. Hr.i.i.is.
When a medicine will promptly euro
such terrible eating ulcers and free the
blood of the virulent poison causing them
who can no longer doubt its wonderful
virtues? Dr. Pierce, however, does not
wlslito place Ids Golden Medical Dis
covery iu the catalogue of quack
patent nostrums by recommend
lug II to euro every dis
ease, nor does hu so recommend It ; but
wliat be does claim Is this, that there Is
but. one form of blood disease that it will
not cure, ami that disease Is cancel'. Ho
does not recommend bis discovery for
that disease, yet he knows It to lie tho
most searching blood cleanser yet discov
ered and that it will free the blood and
system ot all other known blood poisons
bo they animal, vegetable or mineral,
Tho Golden Discovery is warranted by
him to cure tho worst tonus ol sklu ills
cases as all forms of blotches, phnnlcs
and eruptions, also nil glimdulnr wcl''i g
and tin- vor t term nf m:ioIuIou and ul
cerated sores of neck, legs or other parts,
ami all scrofulous diseases of Clio bones,
as whlto swellings, fever sores, hip Joint
mid spinal (IIm'iim's, all ot which belong
to the scrofulous illfiws.
(110) 1-1!) drtw-lw.
Just Kix-i:ivj:i' A. Ilalley ban Just
received a lino lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, (lower stands, llower
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts and
wreathes, which ho lias marked very low,
at 113 Coiumurclfll avenue. 2-18-3m.
Equitable Life Assurance
SOCIETY, OP NEW YOHK
On tho Savings Bank Plan for Your Own Benefit;
Or UFl) or ENDOWMENT FOB YOURSELF AND FAMILY
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR !
THE IxTEOB BSITIEn
Of the Tlmn Itt-(nlr.-
lu de administration of Innsf lintil atfilrs.
This licit) trui-, tlioMii'd-t and best
way to Kcjiioinlzc In) our
X3i-y GooclM HillM
li to Uuy Vour Goods of
Villi Will IVolil ,y t f yiiii ,-,
Villi Will I,,,.,. I,y It IT. Villi lluil'l
FOB BARGAINS !
Tlio largest and be-1 selected toi-k ecr
brought to Cairo. Warranted nil Flr-t-Cl:is.
I.idies can buy Callcoc at Hart
nun's store nt from c to 7 cents per yard,
width slow Kolng. old fogy, grsli.a'l s'tnrrs
ak Sand In cents lor.
1000 YariD) White limeade at 20 cents con
sblcrcd cheap at .'1.1 ccntf.
."Do Yards Itrocaik-j at 15 cent-; would bo
cheap at r.i) cents.
Ordinary Illeached Muslin t;j cents;
Good Illeached Muslin S '
Same goods sells elsewhere for 12Jc,
Ladles' Cashmere Shawls $1.25;
Cross ItarNansooks. 15c; worth 115c.
50 I)oon Ladies' all Linen Hanke-rcblcts
nt 12J edits; worth 25 cents.
25 Dozen Gents' oil Linen Handkerchiefs
at 25 cents; worth -10 cents.
Ginghams, American and Imported, very
An Iminciisu Stock of Ladies' Hosiery at
Prices to Suit the Times.
millions, Gros Grain and Oil Ilollcd, all
widths and colors, cheaper than can be
purchased ndywlicru el-e.
10 Do. Linen Towels, full width, at 12Jc;
worm 2.) cents.
Cashmere Neckties -10 cents ; sold else
where for $1.
20 Doz. Silk Fans 15 cents; worth 115 cts.
200 Yards, Dlilerent Color, 25 cents;
worth 35 cents.
PILLOW SLIPS :
Laco Pillow Slips, JOcts.; Cheap nt 35 els.
SPRING OVEBCOATS :
50 Gents' Spring Overcoats $5; would be
Cheap at $15.
PANTS aud VESTS :
Pants nml Vests, $1; worth $10; Jeans
Pants, SI; worth $1.75.
1000 .Mens' and Hoys' Hats, 50 el?., worth
three times the money,
10 Dozen Percale Shirts, 2 Collars with
each shirt, at $1; cheap at $2. While
Shirts at $1.
Ladies Sldo Lacing Kid Shoes...
MIsfcs. Kid Shoes
worth $2 25.
Clilldrcns' Pearl aud llufl Colored
ICid Shoes at
Mens Calf Ties
wortli $2 50.
Mens' Full Stock Plow Shoes
worth $2 25.
.Mens' Full fctoek llrogiins, single
or iiouuie soie
wortli $2 25.
Hut why enumerate? It Is impossible
to list all articles and prices. Come and
see for yourself, and ascertain If tho above
prices are not cheaper than the same
goods were ever before etl'ercd for lu this
market. DANIP.L IIAKTMAN.
Cor. Commercial live, and SlxliiSt.
.Colored mid mounted Maps ot tlio
cityol Cairo at $2 50 each (halt price.)
A silver plated No. 9 Wilson Shuttle
Sowing Machine, hard (piano) ilnlsh,
lui d nt $'!5. Will bo sold at S20dU-
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from tint factory.
A $00 ltenilngton Sewing Maclilne
$110 oil for cash, Suitable lor fuller or
boot and shoo manufacturer.
For tiny of tlio above nrl!e!cs,iipily at
the Uullktin olllce. E. A. Uukxktt.
A. IIallkv. A '.tlnelot of table ami
pocket cutlery, also spades, shovels
lioes, rakes, forks.axe and a general lino
of hardware just received by A. Ilalley,
1 15 Commercial avenue. 2-l8-3m.
xjr t xi iu
E. A. BURNETT, Agt.
W"AH DkI-AIITMINT ItlYlIt IttMTfT,
New Orlrans .
JMow nljtli M-aterof ls;j.
Serge -tnt, Slirnal s-frvlrf . V. fi. A .
Port 1. 1st.
Steamer Jim Flk, Paditcali.
" Louisville, tow,
" John Gllmore, tow, Nashville.
" John A. Scudder, New Orleans.
( 'apllol City. St. Louis.
Hrllliant, tow, St. Louis.
Simpson Homer, tow, N. O.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Pnducali.
" Louisville, tow,
" John Gllmore, tow, St. Louis.
" John A. Scudder, St. Louis.
Capitol City, VlcUburg,
Hrllliant, tow, Portsmouth.
" Simpson Horner, tow, Chi.
The number of arrivals yesterday were
very few, and business was very quiet.
The weather win clear and pleas
ant The Mlsslsslpl at St. Louis is
about on a stand, and lallilng abovo that
point. The Ohio at Cincinnati rose 1 foot
7 inches, at Loulsvlllle It declined 2 Inches,
at Kvansvllto the tall was 1 foot 4 Inches.
At this point the gauge marked -tl feet,
tlio rise lu (lie 21 hours ending at
5 o'clock last evening being S Inches.
The James Howard Is ilue from
St. Louis Tor New Orleans, to-day
Tho Atlantic and barges, from St. Louis,
Is due for New Orleans to-day The
St. Louis aiobe-Demueml gives the bil
lowing item as a remarkable coincidence:
"The Dictator and Friendship were built
on tlio iticoiisiu river Iu 1SC5, at Hos
cauel, launched the same day, ami
brought down to this city and put Into
the towing business. They were en
gaged in towing principally on tlio
Cpper Mississippi river. On the 17th Of
April, 3S7I, the Friendship collided with
tho bridge at Hannibal, capsi.cd, and was
totally lost. Two years to a day, alter,
tlio Dictator was lost in tlio same
way and at the same place
The Capitol City came down from
St. Louis with n line trip. She added
about 20 tons here and left for Memplifc
and Vieksburg The Harnard and
barges and Arlington leavo
Pittsburg lor St. Louis tc-lav
Captain John KJwell of the 'Fannie
Tatuin, whs a passenger on tho
John A. Scudder yesterday
Captain Keese Dugan ot the T. F. Kck
ert, is In the city. He came down with
Captain Tliorwegau, on tlio Grand Itc-
publlc The Hrllliant passed up the
Ohio river from St. Louis, with a big tow
of iron ore for Portsmouth, Ohio
Tlio Scudder came up from below
with a light trip. She did noth-
lug here, and left for St. Louis
The John H. Maud Is tho next Anchor
Lino boat for Memphis and Vick9burg.
Tlio Simpson Horner passed up from be
low with a tow of empty coal barges for
Cincinnati Tho Jim Flsk had a
light trip from and to Paducali The
John Gllmore and barges passed down
from Nashville for St. Louis The
Louisville Drummer is lying here await
Si'.K fvocii. C. Koch, at his shop ami
(tore room, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
ids own make ; alo a lull stock of leather
and llndings lor sale; nml 11
largo stock of St. Louis cus
tom made boots and shoes. lie
keeps tlio best material and is up lu all
the latest styles. His llts are perfect, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Give him a
Dr, llebernClatlln of the Northwestern
Cancer Institute No. i:)7;t, Wabash ave
nue, Chicago, will be In Cairo, at the St.
Charles hotel, April 21st and 22d to treat
patients for tills dreaded disease. Can
cers may be surely, speedily and perma
nently cured, In all its forms, If taken be
fore tho patient Is too far gone without
rlio 110 ot tlio knife, with little or no pain,
and without debllli.itlnj,' tho patient.
Tills remedy wa discovered by Dr.
Cliillln, and is known only to himself.
Having tested Its ellleiicy thoroughly
during twenty years' practice, ho Ispre
nareil to guarantee uu abosluto aud per
manent cure lu every case ho undertake!.
lias saved tlio lives of thousands ot
valuable cltlzon. who, but for ll, woild
have been in untimely graves to-day, It
is a certain remedy for coughs, colds,
consumption, and all disease! of tiio
t h rout and res plrutory organs. It nover
fails. Price, $1 per bottle. (l)w-lt
'I lie lnt I'limncu fur Rood Krlaillurl IwU on
't'KM Ykaiu' i'muu, nt Hu rtu cmr Inlvml.
Don't ruu nv risk, but go to country lint
lHtniiroie-lto begoixt. baiO'',ur';'r hy
ik)uI rurd ts Lana Coiu'r. 0. AM. It. K.,
llmlinglon. low. 011. 1 rilvf cowr of low
nml Nrbnukii Kttiuwr, llliHrt or U111U. tii-1
low loimil trip rntri. uO-wjiu.