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KiiiKlitonf I'ylhliui, nuvU every Krj-
Kill lit nail-pan Bnii, hiwuu-
AI.KXANDKH t.OIHlK, NO. Wl.
Inl-iulrnt Onle-r of 0l,ll'e':
low. metta i very P"'? hl
ui luiIf-iKiHt H.VI H. In their ball on
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UlllO KN'OAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. P., Ineeh)
. J IMJ-rVlloWii' Hull on the llrntiiml llilrtl
in .la In rVi ry niiiiitli, ut Imir-iniit fe-ve-n
.INK II lilH'UAMO
Vi i;Aiu)i.oiini:.Nr).a.n,A.r. a a.m.
lf, llolil regular runiiiiiinlmtlotiK In Ma
n,A mi.lc Hull, comer t.'omineicial incline
' v 'anil i:iithth Mm I, im the unuiiul mhI
mill .M.inclrvv ole-ieli month.
Wlilli! ifooili ami Ilm-ti-. Iiit liiilliiK 11,1
l.lniN i( while ueur lor suit lur IhiIIm
mill ililMicii. nt limner A CoV. Tin
iilriol' tlirsi' jjooih :iro i'.lr'uiulylovv.
mil Hit' k I iic I; l a luoft iitlmdlvf nuo.
Iliurnli lor llulili-i,
Hleciliij: earring's mi'l ir':imliulatoro.
fur balilM ol nil dic, at (.irii-M miiplug
Iioiii $S W tniii.. nt Win. Klchlioira fur
nitim liictory. mi hit .Sovi-iitce'iilli Min-l
nnil Wnelilnitton nvetitir. 1-1 1-1 m
fii-nln' I'liriilttilnK Homl.
.1. Hurler A Co., Imve; aildi il to tlu-lr
utiiiktliU pprlntr ono of llio ilnot -olio
tlotis ol KCtito' furiiMiluj; -owls ivir
liroiiKlit to till city, tiintli'ini'ii are In
vltnl to call nml o.nu lue jjooiH lu forf
'I'lnt'eutiimlal Kcirljji'rator-- lliclalc't
liiiiovetu-nt :if.l tlio last cvit miule,
nlo a flue axortincnt ol' hardware; nml
titlcry ut arcatly reduced price.', nt A.
Ilullc., No. ll'i CoiiitiiiTcl.il avenue.
Itlljboim, f.uisaud par.ioN. latest Myles
and lowest prices for sale nt Hurler A;
CiiV. Alo an exipilsltclot of ca'liinerc
and ecru ties, In the tievvi-t deslu.
Win. Klcliliotfliai jut llllcd liN ware
house am) factory, corner of 17th strict
and Washington avenue, with the
largest clock and nio.t complete variety
of furniture ever olleied In the Cairo
market. He means ImhIiic.'S, and will
fell lor cah only at roek bottom ll;urr.
It U only necenary to examine lili Hock
and jirlcei to atlfy your-ilvo a to
(jualltyand cheapne.-d. and that now Is
the time to buy. l-l'J-lin
Ilurger .V' ( o. have n beautiful asuort
nicnt of Hrrm unoU ol all kind., and
silks. MluimiTi-llki a low a lxty eent
peryard. TIiums are pplelidnl bargains.
Call and h-u them U-fori tlie;rtih.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
- Alexander county land--, ( alro lot?-,
in exchange for St. l.ouU properly.
The Mitlth halt or the "Pilot" h.iiite at
llouf! on Ninth street, between Wal
nut and Cedar streets lately occupied by
.1. Schlcslucr, SI."'.
Iloitio on Tvvcllih street Wcvtot Wal
nut, fi roomi auel kitchen, $11.
hotue on l.cvee "trtet, abuse
A good cottngc on Twcnly-Nlntli
i-trett, near Conimcieial avenue.
Store loom on Commercial avenue,
next to Waverly hotel, ?10.
Cottage of I rooms on Twenty-third
Mrect, $fi. (Jood yard and cl-tern.
liood iIwcIUiik house on Walnut, be
tween Tweiity-ftcond and Twenty-th'rd
.Store-room corner Twentieth and
l'oplar streets, $12 0.
Stoic room a IJolnIn above, $-'.
I louse on Comiuei'cial u venue, above
Ninth street, suitable lor bii-iuos and
Houe on Walnut stieet, near Ccnlcr
plea-ant prenil.-es, $1'J TiO.
lloitso on Commercial avenue, near
Mb street. Suitable for business and
Tenements numbered 7, S and
f). Winter's How, G rooms each for $10
ner month. Will be nut In llrnt-class
Store room in "l'llot House," lately
occupied by A. Halley.
Dwelling home on Sixth street and
.lullerson avenuo $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Kent low, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth ami
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Hoouu in various parts ol thu city.
roil LKASK OK SAI.K.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
So.Mi:rniMi Xr.w. Thu lightning, re-
cinrocathiL'. tin churn and egg beater.
the late't and the best ever made, at A
Halley's, who U now selling his largi
stock ol stoves, tin and brlttaua ware at
greatly reduced prices. Give him it call
beioro you purchase, 115 Commercial av
enue. 1 WS-IllU.
-.Colnreel and mounted Maps nt the
cltvoi Cairo at $2 50 each (halt price.)
- -A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
SowltiL' Machine, hard (piano) llnl-h,
valued nt SS5. Will be sold at $20dls
count, on goo.d terms, anil ordered direct
from the factory.
A $00 lleinlllgton Sewing Machine
s:ui oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoo manufacturer.
Kor any of the above artleles.Jipply at
tho 11UM.KT1N ollice. K. A. UuiiNiirr.
Sr.ii hocii. c. Koch, at ins shop and
store room, No. 00 Commercial avenue
lias for salo a stock of boots and shoes of
his own make also a lull stock of leather
and llndlugs lor salo; and a
largo stock of St. Louis cus
torn mado hoots and shoes. liu
keeps tlio best material and is up In all
tho latest styles. Ills llts aro perfect, ami
satisfaction Is gimrnntced. Qlyo lilmtt
annoi . i:vii:.mn.
W'enrenutlioriznl lontinoitnrc. tluil II. A. IM
iiiumtaon Isnn Inilci.f mlciit Hrpnlilican lamll
ilHlr liirMiriilT, nt tfic cinnlni? roimly ilitlloli.
VVporrniitliorliil toiiiiiiiiinrel'i;i KIlSAt-'l',
fur mi liiil'iiilfiit ramlliliili' I'nr M.iriiriil Al
oiiiiiilcrcoiiiity, nt Hip 1'iitiiiiiK county ! ftlon.
ItATIlS Ol' AUVDIUISIMJ.
S'AII lillls ruriMUirlUinid RH-Oiif iiml ,y
kIiIc in aiivancc
'I tutiMi lit ii'hi itlilnn Will Ik' Iiibi iIiiI nt tli
ihIh of tl ) rrMiiaic f.irtln' Hint liircrllun
mill !) ri'iita fur I'lirh uliiiiiMit one A lllciul
ilUCoimt will In' fii i'lc on aliii. tint: uiul illilii
Kor liint illFiK Kniiiml iiollcB l Nolle l
niitlnK of ocltlH or fwii t ih Jits Self i-iiln for
ini'li lni itlon
(.'IiiiiiIi, Socifly, K.-hIIviiI mi'l Kiiir iiotlf
will only be Inncrtr-il M lv itlfi'lin iit I
No ii'hi rtlmni'tit will In- rclHl at lew Urn"
fiinit.i,iiiiiiiiiiiiirtlfiiii'"till I"' Inmtfil
fur Iin4 limn tliie-et ilollurn n r inontli
Y I tl .... 1 ...... .. Vnll,OB r, C
ito J ton llnisy or moro, Inanrtoel
In tlio ISullutln n iohowh:
Cororonr.coCountlnK at ton Llneo.
Ono innnrtlon pnr lino jj CuntH.
Two lnsortionsper lln Z dints,
Throo lnHrtlonn por Uno 10 C'entn.
Blx lnnoitions por lino 15 CcutH.
Two wnoks per Una Ho ContH.
Ono month ior lino !16 Cuntn.
No Jtneluctlon will bo inailo in above
TIM KSDAV. AI'IMI, 'J7, W..
I.itcnl Wrntlirr Itrporl.
Oaiiio, III., A.til Its Jcfjc.
IIMK llAII t 'llIK, I WlMl. I KL. I W tAlll.
:io an 1 rl'
&.'Pli) . 111 i
JI.HZ TO J
30 itcit To i
I II. III.
5, fKMiit, 6Uiml Mri'icc, V. S. A .
lun received by (!oIdIInu
Priwh arrival ol a very larjfe assort
incut ol ladles' and ''cuts' kid "loves at
Hurler & Co. .'f-Jl-tf
I.luen lilire, lilati.'llnl-li, letter and note
paper at the Kci.ixh.n ollice. lllue and
ream laid, below St. Louis prices.
(iiolinicrc l.ln i mill .i lllnu.
Cii-hmerc lace nnd netting, a splendid
:iortment, certain to ple.i'e the ladies,
n't In, at .1. Ilurger ,t Co. li 'Jl-tf
iM'.ilitlful line of new euibiolde'tles
ti't received by the recognized "embroid
ery hott'e" of Cairo .1. liurgcr it Co.
Ladies' linen and alpaca suits, beatitl-
lully made and styll-lily trimmed, for
tale at .1. liurgcr it Co's. The-e Mill-
are selling as low as material can be
bought in this city. Call and see them.
Do you know that J. Ilurger it Co. aro
hi receipt of a magnificent line of carpet -
and oil clothe'', all the very latc-t 'tyles
unit de'lgui '! The; llrst anlval of the sea
son, htop in anil examine their stock.
House I'urlilxliiii lilKlll.
Tills department at J. liurgcr it Co.'s
store on Commercial avenue, contain-, a
tock ol table liticu, towels, napkins,
mar-elllesepiilts, etc., etc., which will de
light the eye of every housekeeper
l'he-e good'' tire oliercd at panic prices
mil will go oil' like hot cakes.
Just received, a large stock ol Shaw's
Itelrlgerators, and White Mountain triple
motion, Icecream freezers ; alo a large
supply of wire screen cloth for doors
im I windows, all at rock-bottom prices.
( '. W. II1..NPI.IM1N.
Curlier 12th street and Commercla
.Sii i' I'nj iiirnt.
Ceorgu Lattncr, jiroprletor of the New
Kxcel-lor Saloon, Commercial avenue
three doors below Sixth street, is bound
to became the popular icsort of the city
l'lils morning at 10 o'clock ho will mail'
gurate a new feature In his line ol mist
ness, to-wlt: Ho will rcMimof peclc pay
incut pay out silver hi making change
A free lunch every morning at 10 o clock
flic bar U stocked with I'lUner beer, and
the best ot wines, liquors and cigars.
Cilve the Kxeel-lor a call It Is the place
for the best beer, and hard money. 11
S. I l.aiinilrj .
It Is now conceded that .Mrs. Coleman
tin! l.'inndre..p. No. 12 Fourth Street, be-
Iwecn Washington and Coinuiuiclal ave
nue.s, has one of ihe best conducted latin
dry cHtablUhinents In the :ity, and land
lords of lintels and boarding hoti-es will
liiid It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her price's are as follow : Hotel
nnd boardiiig-hou-e washing 75 cents
per dozen. For pleeu work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 10e; per
dozen. SOe; sock, fm 5 two collars,
two handkerchiefs. So: vc.-ts, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, SOc. per dozen
Ladies plain calico dresses, 2."e; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50ij; white
dresses, $1 25e ; ladles' timlervvari, line
and coarse, $1 00 per ilo.en, 1-211-tf.
Uoliiu: l Kniisnx ti- Oiiloruilu
Take tho Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Vis railroad, thu new and popular Hue
from Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to l'ueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon Clly,
Cucharus, Del Norle, Santa Fu and all
points In Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip 00 day tick
ets to Denver 011 sale .May l.'lh, at $50,
taking In thu famous watering places on
the D. ii It. fi. road, Low emigrant
rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman palacu sleeping cars between
the Missouri river and the liocky .Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at ICnu8ns City and AtehNon lit
union depots. For maps, time tables
and tho "San Juan guide," adddress,
T. J. A.Niuutsox,
Cen. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
To 1'. MellV.1011 and get yoltt coods n;
gnrdlcfi of cost, If
'J'hlrty thoitsaml ju-t received nt
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. .Sall'oid have re
turned Iroin lllue Island, where they
went lo attend thu funeral of Ihe late
Mrs. Hart Mas.'ey, lb lamented sleji
mother Mrs. Irvlu.
At Ihe family tesldciiec on l'llteelith
street, (leoigc William, eldest son of
Arthur Mnckle, aged thlrly-lhiei- yenro.
The funeral services will beheld nt Ihe
bouse on 1'rldny mninlug at hull-past
Mem 'Jhrlti N
The house of .Mrs. Wellinaii. on Kotirth
slieel,weare told by the police, was
broken Into by thclves on Tuesday night.
They turned over the content4 of the
building, but Ihe owner says nothing ol
value Is misting.
Kveiy body Is dlguted wllh the police
courts. Judges nnd citizens, both colored
and white, have about concluded that
there is no further use for llicin. There
ha been nothing clone by either Judge
llro's or Judge lllrd for several ilnv m.
4',Hi,ernui fur .Null.
Cooper shop, barrel house, dwelling
linu-e nu-l tluce lots, all fenced and with
good gates. Al-o lull stock of tools for
nil kinds of work. The whole will be
sold very cheap. Apply at shop near
Narrow (Jauge depot, foot of Fourth
Tin- r,iiiii i.nt aiiciit.
Another large erowd of people visited
the fair and festival, being held on Com
mercial nveiiuo for thu benellt of the
(j'crman Lutheran church, lust night.
The festival has proven on both nights,
very 'atl'factory lluanclally, as the pro
ceeds cleared, foot up a neat sum.
T. lie rllllollC'll.
We are Informed by -Mr. Jauic I'oss
that he will lluMi the race track com
menced last summer, about the mlddle'of
the coming mouth, lie I. now pushing
slowly ahead with the work, and says It
will bu.upial to any In Southern Illinois
when tlnl-litil, for speeding horses.
.100 Iliiuli .tennis
Wanted hi Illlnlos lor the new lllu-
trated Thistle Kdltlon of Sir Walter
Scott's Waverly novels and other popu
lar publications. Liberal Inducements to
good agent-'. Send tor circular and
terms to W. II. K.iston it Co., 12.j t lark
street, ltoom 70, Chicago. -1-27-cod-lui
l C ilro Lodge No. 2:t7, A. F. and
'rA, M., will hold a special comtnu
VrNnlcatlon at Ma'onlc hall, this
(Thursday) evening, at S o'clock.
Members anil vi-itors are iraternauy
Invited to attend. Work in M. M. de
gree, liy order ol W. M.
u . j. oloii, secrciarj .
A number ol the young men are talk.
Ing of another party. 1 hey tire not
pleased with the way tliee Institutions
have been ob-erved by the dancing fra
Icrnity of the city, and propo-e to try
igaln. In the hope of making tin next
one a granu uccos. 1 no eveiu win
come oil' hi about three weeks.
Mrs. K. Mondflry, of St. Loul, is In
the city, vitlting her cousin, Mrs. K. A.
.Mlii Ilenule Snyder and M!s Ilaker.
arrived in Ihe city from Alton yesterday.
They are at tho resilience of.Mr. andMr.
Matt. 1. Fultlon.
The prisoners hi the county lull have
been very hilarious for several days. On
Tuesday thev ialed Mich a nol.-o in their
cells that the neighborhood was aroused,
and Jailor Dick Fitzgerald, lindiiigtli.it
words with Ihein were of no avail, was
compelled to Iron the leaders hi the sport
to keep them unlet.
'I he I'r-slUiil.
The fair and lctival by tho ladies oflhe
Herman Lutheran church, which was
opened III Ci-yer's building lat night,
was vi-ttfi! by a large number of thu
friends of the church. The proceeds
were ipiltesatl-l'aetory, and thu all'alr has
proven thus far a pleasant one. The
ladles will continue It over to-night, and
an Invitation is extended to all.
Mr. George Mnckle, who lias been
sull'erlng with consumption for several
years, and who for many months past
lias been confined to his bed, died at
twelve; o'clock yesterday. The deceased
was well known tothecntlro community,
and though death no doubt was a relief
to hhu. all mourn his loss, and deeply
sympathize with his bereaved family.
Phil Saup has renovated and refur
nished his ice cream parlors throughout
with costly 1'urnltiiro and lino carpets,
making It one of tastiest and pleasanest
places of resort in thu city, where pure
ice creams of all flavors and pure quality
will be kept every day for Ids patrons.
Washington avenue, Under'.- block.
Formica,! shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to J.
George Stelnhouse on F.lghth street,
Alexander County Hank building. His
shop is always neat; Ids towels always
clean ; Ids assistants always polite, and
Ids tables covered with thu latest daily
papers, 1 or thu hcutiltnf his ciistomeiK,
A .Mo 11 11 el 'Hy Tlile-r In Oilro.
Two negro men came down to thli clly
from Mound City yesterday morning In
search of n thlel. The thief, they say,
broke into tho house of a colored man
residing hi that village, and went through
the wardrobes ol hlnisclt and wife, and
look all the money they had. He (lieu
hit for this clly. They were making
diligent search for him, but were iinsuc
ccsslul. and returned to their homes with
sad hearts last evening, leaving tho thief
to enjoy the Iriilts of his Ill-got galnes.
A SlHrrow Kirniie.
About four o'clock yesterday evening
a little colored girl, while return
ing homo from school, fell Into the slpe
water from the sidewalk 011 Walnut street,
between Fourteenth nnd Klghlcenlh
street', and barely escaped being
drowned. She was saved by the timely
assistance of a negro boy who iMicd her
out with a stick.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tun IIcm-ktin, unless tl(.
same Is inatie on a written order signed
by the proldeiil or secretary of the com
pany, and we will accept no order.' glen
by an employe of the company, for any
CaIUO UUU.m.S' OMPiNY.
November 10. 1S75. II
Nils i' Alilrc'-
Thu linn. William Sykc, ol Memphis,
president or Ihe Calm and Tonnessco
Itlver rallinad, It should not be lotgotlen,
will addiess the people of this city at tho
council chamber to-night. Major Sykcs
Is working hard hi the Interest ol tho
proposed road. He Is thoroughly versed
011 the siibjectorrallroads, and will en
deavor to siy many things that will
prove of Interest to our citizen".
'I hp I'll-! OniH-erl.
The bands ot the e:lty have mallear-
raugeinants for aseiies of open air coo
ceils during the spring and summer
evenings. Tho llr.-l will take place Frl
day night on the Tenth street stand, ami
will be given by the National Cornet
hand, led by Prob-nor Klenberg. Tim
concerts promlo to be a happy relief
from the dull monotony of the past few
mouths, nud will alfonl our people a
great deal of ,'cnjoytnent.
St. Charles V. lloot, Fort Wayne;
.1. A. and K. F. Went, St. Louis; S. K.
Cotterlin, Ashley; S. I'. Townosley, St.
Louis; Julius Kohti, Kvausvillc; I). Ax
tell and wife, St. Louis; N. Handy nnd
wife and Mrs. Dr. I'oore, Charleston;
Henry1 White, Louisiana ; II. O. Jinrton,
Chicago; F. Holiiiandee, St. Louis ; Miss
Clara White, Mrs. M. II. Silver and
family, John 1. Iioouber and family. St.
Louis; J.N. Parker, Sommersett. Pa.;
James II. Metcalf, ilnll'.ilo, N. V.; M. J.
Mulvihlll, Vicksbtirg; Mrs. S. Lavrence,
Itp-t:ii;is;pil lei l.i-i'lurr.
The Odd Fellows of Carbondale, alter
hearing the Hon. George It. Wcndllng's
lecture on the "Stone Ezal," became so
delighted with It that tluy have rc-cn-
gaged .Mr. Wemillng to deliver the same
oration in their city again. Mr. Went,
ling will vllt that clly on the lib of
May. Grand Master Oberly or this city,
Is expected to be there on the occasion ;
also the Hon. Thomas I!. Needles ot
Nashville, and a number of other promi
nent members of tho order intliis State.-.
Mr. Wendling wilt speak in the Univer
sity ball, as it is thought no other build
ing in tlie clly will accommodate the
throng that will listen to him.
Hulrlelu of nil Ulel lli-klele-ul.
Many citizens ot Cairo and nearly
everybody in the county knows old
George W. Florcr of Hazlewooil. Ho
lias lived, during the past twenty years,
In this and the adjoining county, and
was always known as a hard-working
and thrllty man, blessed with mure than
average Intelligence and education. A
lew weeks ago he left his home and re
mained away several days. It is said that
hi-, domestic relations were not harmoni
ous, and his absence from home Is
ic-cribed to that cause. He returned,
however, and resumed the usual routine
of farm work. On Monday men. Ing last'
a neighbor passing through the woods
near the old man's house, saw his dead
body dangling from the limb of a tree.
He had during the morning, or the night
before, shutlleil oil' ids mortal coll at the
end ol a bailer which ids own hands bad
adjusted. We are without full particu
lars ; but as thu old man was given to
periodical sprees, wo are Inclined to tlio
belief that he hung himself while crazed
by liquor. Details will lie given hcre
ailer. An ie-ti I.i'lle-r lei VVIII11I111."
Dcaii Silt Helug greatly Interested in
the subject upon which you havo ad
dressed several letters 10 tho public
through the columns of the Iln.i.uii.v, 1
beg leave to ask you why you do not sug
gest a mnedy for tho evils you deplore ?
The members of tins Hoard of education
are gentlemen who have been eminently
successful in their business ati'alrs. They
know, If you do not, that a skilful worker
hi any Industry command a higher in
come than an unskilful one. For that
reason they have employed, Professor
Alvord as superintendent of the schools of
Cairo, (lie has tho reputation of being a
superior teacher, and them's much In a
name.) At thu time they did so, thu
salary they agreed to pay him was not
more that should be paid. Since then
times havo changed financial troubles
have made us all more careful of our pen
nies, and we feel that our school expen
ses must be reduced In common with all the
expenses of life. The members of tho
Hoard feel this, quite as keenly as you or
1 do, and you may lie sure that they are
just as anxious as any of us to see tho
school expenses decreased At tho same
time they aro determined that Cairo shall
take her place In the foremost ranks as
1111 educational centre. Her people are
cultivated and rellned, as Kgyplllans
should be, and, you may depend upon It,
will sustain the cause nf popular ciiitca-
Hon. It you are at a loss as to the rem
edy for tlio present extravagance of the
schools, Just vMt the Normal class now
In session at the high school building,
and obscrvo closely the ability with
which thu talented Miss Mcllrldu con
ducts thu recitations. This lady Is a
graduate ot tho famous Oswego Normal
Training school, and was formerly lady
principal of Wllberforco University.
During ouu ol thu Hist recita
tions of tho Cairo Normal class shu
asked 0110 of Prof. A.'s recent grad
uates "what part of speech Is if?' "A
noun !" was the prompt reply, Turning
to a member ol the class to be graduated
fioui our hljih school this uinmfr, she
al;ed hlin lo give Ihe J'fil " '"" ol' 11
sentence dlclated to thu class. Ilehadu't
an Idea, poor lellow, whit she meant.
Among the pupils of the class ale sotnu
of her own pupils from the highest class
ot the colored school. When
she nsks them a question they
ri;o to their feet nud answer promptly
nud correctly. I might glvn you many
Instances of her superior ability as n
teacher, hut space forbid. II you will
visit (he Normal elans, ihe thought
must occur to you, as it did to uu, "Why
Is not Ibis lady capable of tilling Ihepie-I-
lion ol" superintendent of Cairo schools
tar inoii- acceptably than Prof. A. has
Then you might tin 11 your letter wilt
ing mania to some U'vomit. It's a
pity to MM' so much paper just to give a
growl, when it uitght be used to place in
a lilting portion a most estimable lady,
and at the same llino reduce Ihe school
Vour temper would be Improved, too,
and that U, doubtless, no small Item to
your family. Suggestively.
V All IIKI-AIIIMKMT. HIM M Itkl'lllir,
April '. .
T. nc. I it. is.
;w 11 h
is i -: 1
! II II O
; 0 n a
Vs A l
'.II s 0 1
:u 10 11 u
la i A" 1
3 4 0 v
.Mi in phi 1 m .
New Orli-nnn ..,
I!(iow lilftli water of 1K4.
Se-Wsnt, Slirnal smlce U.S. A.
Purl I. IH.
Steamer Jas. Fbk, Padueah.
" James I). Patkor, Inclnnatl.
" Thos. .Means and tow, O. liver,
" Susie Silver, New Orleans.
" Arrow and low. South.
" city ol Helena, St. Louis.
Steamer Jas. Fik, Pnducah.
" Jame I). l'arker. .Mcinplii.
" 'J'hos.. Means ami tow, St. Louis
" Suslo Silver, Cincinnati.
" Arrow and tow. SI. Louis.
" City of Helena, Vicksbtirg.
The Grand Lake and barges, the line
and licet City of Alton and thu Common
wealth, nre all due from St. Louis to-day
lor New Orleans.
The water U lower nt Pittsburg than
it has been for some- times, and the run
ning of coal, In eoufcquuncc, has sus
The river bu-lness is very slack at
present, mere were nut lew arrivals
and departures yesterday, and the boats
that came and went, did but very little
The James D. l'atker came down
from Cincinnati with a fair trip All she
got here was about ten tons.
The beautllul and reliable City of
Helena, Captain Isaac McKco, from St.
Louis, passed down with a fair loa.l. She
made additions of 2.1 ton here.
The James Fisk had a good trip
from Pnducah. of plowhandles, potatoes,
tobacco and other freight, lint went back
as she Usually does, with a light load.
TI12 Susie Silver passed tip for Cin
cinnati witli a fair up. stream trip, and
towing a barge. She did nothing ne.v.
Captain l.chiuer. clerk of the Susie
Silver, came ashore here yesterday morn
ing, and kit lor St. Louis by rail in tlio
The Thomas Means and tow passed
by from up the Ohio for St. Louis with
The Arrow passed up the Ohio from
below wtlh a tow of empty barges.
Mr. D. Axtellot the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain ami Southern railroad, who
went to St. Louis a few days ago, re
turned yesterday accompanied by Mrs.
Axtell, who has been visiting in that city
for the past month.
Judge Hand, presiding judge of the
Mississippi county, Missouri, circuit
court, accompanied by bis wile, and Mrs
Dr. 1'oorc of Charleston, were In Cairo
Mr. 11. II. Candee loll lor Alton, via
the Cairo and Vlncennes railroad, yester
Special bargains in iniislln at Gold
stluo it Uoseinvater'.s. :i-20-tf
Mens' lino shoes hi great variety at
-l-'J.VSt O. IIavohoun & Co.
P. Hellbroii will give you bargaiusln
dry goods, notions, etc., at Iltirger's old
stand, Commercial avenue. tf
Go to Burger's old stand, Commercial
avenue, If you want bargains In dry
goods. It Is a great bankrupt sale, tf
100 cases of ladles' and children's
shoes Just opened at
4-23-ft O. 11 AVi iioux it o.
A splendid selection of cheviots just
received at Goldstlue it Kosenwater's.
P. llellhron has bought tho entire
stock or W. Well it Bro., at Burger's old
slnuil. See double column and bankrupt
1000 yards Hamburg embroideries at
5 cents a yard, at O. Haviiioiin it Co.
A fact worth knowing that P. Hell
bron Is giving greater bargains than ever
oflertd in this clly. If
Stiqi and examine my goods be
fore you purchase. Corner of Ninth
street and Commercial avenue.
It P. Hnu.imoN.
Fxiiinlue tho Inuneiiso stock of shoes
and dry goods bought on tho late decline
and Just opened by
-2.Vlt O. llAVllllllSN et Co.
Jtisr lli.ci'.ivr.ii' A. Halley has Just
received a lino lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, llower stands, llower
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts and
wreathes, which ho has iniirked very low,
at 115 Commercial avenue. 2-lS-mn.
Fllty cents, nt Winter's Gallery.
Business House lately occupied by
Wood lJlttcnhouse it Co., On Lcvce be
low 1 Ith Mrctt. Kent very reasonable.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, In good nnliT. 011 Twenty
fourth and Walnut Mrci-K Bent low lo
a good tenant.
Two le'lieinelits on West side of C11111
nterclal avenue near Fifth lrcot, suitable
lor shop nud dwelling. L'entforcneh, fS
Dwelling house, 5 loom, 011 Fifth
street near Walnut, In good repair. Bent
$12.50 per month.
-Collage, 2 rooms nud kitchen,
Tvvenly-llrst street, nenr Sjeatuoii'
north side. Bent $5, per mouth.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Bent low.
Basement of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near F.lghtectith
street, live looms In good condition!
Building on ent side of Commercla
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable i'i.r
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Building on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth sire el, Old "Clly
Hall." Bent very low.
Tenement", olliees ami rooms hi vari
ous ui;ation.s. Bents low.
Lots and lands for sale or kase.
John (i, II.iuman it Co.,
Beal F.statc Agents, comer Sixth and
Levee streets. oM.'-tf
'lly or 'ulro,
e.olnri-d and varnMieel, for salo at
price, ($2.50) at the Bcmxtin ollice.
A. Il.w.ixv. A flnclnt of table and
pocket cutlery, also spade-', shovels
hoes, rakes, forks.axes and a general line
of hardware Just received by A. Halley,
115 Commercial avenue. 2-lS-:im.
l'ull of ItniiBcr.
Never laugh at a c.old hi tho head, sore
throat, or pain In thu lungs. Just such
"Utile ailments" are pienuuiitory ot con
sumption nud death, and Wlshnrl'.s Pine
1 reu Tar cordial Is tlie only remedy that
can thoroughly cure all pulmonary com
plaints nv puryiymg mc oiooii.
Till' lee- Crop.
The man who originated the rumor
that the ice crop would be short this year.
as It had been eaten up by the gra--hop-
pers. is an insane asyium. laiiiiiig 01 ice
reminds us of Hall s Balsam, the grand
est remedy for colds and coughs ever ill
covered. Price. $1 ner bottle. Sold
I lie Ht'LLKTiN prluthiK
WftbliKliment nuiXt-s u
spii-lully or hill HimiIk.
Note Ili-.nU, I.rtle-i- IIi'imIj,
Sl.ilciiients, runU, i:ic Look nt thi'-e- pili-e-:
Small Mzc bill limits, per KM $1 m
MeMtiim size bill hernia, pir Uioimiul 3 7..
All on fourteen pouml pupcr, I'urlleU- mills,
niteit tno rcnU per pntiml liltrlirr lliaii pape-r
ii'eil by any oiIiit otlli-o nilf-1 to nnli rat Ihe
MlIIH ripe c-Iully Tor this ollirc
Mati-iiie-iitu, Curlyuli-, per U"' ! on
letter lb-ails, Ciirlynle-, ir lm 4 fiO
Noli- lleuilii, C.'ai 1 lc, per Uio a isi
VUltiiutftinU m r paokiini' T'h:
llmlms e-aril, No, I .S-ply llrl'lot hi. mil,
per limn - 'i t lo 1 fo
IlUHlnesa Binls, No 1 blank, per 1000 3 IX)
IJuarler-itiei't, linir-slie-t-t, tufl-aliii-t and llirie-(liei-t
oi)teri), unit eMilori'.lwovk below Jt Ijult
rniuplili'l, Hook Work au'l 1'ilcc Msti inndc
St. Charles Hotel,
PRICES REDUCES 10 SUIT THS mil
Room and Board, 1st and
Floors, $2,50 por Day.
Boom and Board. 3d Floor $2.00 1'or Day
Special Ratoi by Week or Month.
A llinlliil number of very ili-ilr,ible liuiitly
riioiiis can be- su-iiriil at n-a-on.iblo iati' lor the
Mimiiu r inontlia.
'I lie- At. Chin lt-e Is tin- Urgent anil bent iilipolnt-e-illlouw
In Soiltlieru IlllimU, Mini Ii the- lewliliu'
hnh I in Cairo. Nntw Itliitinntliir I hi- "ISi-il
Itoili" letluctlon III prli'e, tin- table wlll.li
usual, be- lllHTally eupplleil with Ihe-ery Iks
ori've-rytliliiKlhal can t- luiiuil in market.
1'luo lut's'u wimplo room lur I'oiuuieriial trav-i-lrrs,
on uroiiuil llnor. Irir ofrhaiTe-
CJ".VII imittfiiireofKiieils i-onie-jeittoniutlruiii
(lie- hotel without e liaiKii
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries !
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffoe,
2,000 hhds Now Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Roflned Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yollow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rico,
100 Tierces Carollnr Rico,
500 h'fehs Greon and Bl'k Toa.
ANII OTIIKIt PIIOKliCi:.
OH, 70 anil 7J Vine ftircvl, O
ia 3vr nriia
Uli.l .. UlliMie-e i, St. I.imiIn, Mil.
l.i'illi; establishment or lhi Wi'.-tt. III.K.VI II
isii, HYIMi, .VI.'II.IIINU, anil ult kimln of
MIIII'i'it.' Vol kiloiii-promptly. I'laoler Uloi-ka
iui .ili-. I h.ni.-i-ap.lliloliKoo'lKCiU us. Se-net
I'nr I'lale-a. l-'J'i-il.VwIm
FOR FARMS 1
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL WELD 3-INCH 1ROX.
Just what l wnuteel. Hcnil3;-''' 'n't,f!'r
i lniilMi lo IJMl'lllK l'Oiri'.vlU.KOI';..a
Ikov, N, Y. J"-JU
lim I Felt Ms
limn, I'm Mm t.
Xeff, Vice I'rrt't.
II. Welti, Cantitfi,
T. .). Ke-till, Asm.
wiin im mi,
Cornor Commercial Ave. and 8th Stret,
, , tilltlXTOIMi
K. l!roi, Ijilro. Wm. Klines, Cairo.
V Si ff. l.'nlro. v,n VVelf, Clro.
, . Sii-iiiila. LaIm, It I.. UUUnKMcy.vt
K. Ilmlcr, 1 'nine II. Wtm, e ulro.
K II. llrlnlmnn.M. nU,
. Ut-urinl llntikliiK tlunleirtu Bout.
jry-Kxe-lmiiKc "old nml LoiiuM Intere-tl palJ
11 tin-SmIiiks He-pHrtnii-nl. t'ollei-tiniii mu.le,
inl nil b'HniKS promptly ullriuliilli).
City National Bank
W. V IJAI.i.lIlAY, rn-nblf-nt.
IIKNUY ! IIAI.l.tliAY, Vie-e Pml.
A It M.V r'Kllllll, Cmhler.
W.VI.1 KUVHYMI.OI', Ass'l Cihle-r.
Staats Taylor, Jf-I'll.
1- llAl.tltllY. W. 1'.
i. 1). WILLIAMSON. iSrkMHN
A. II. Sa:ohu
Exchange Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DKI'O.SITS rere-iveil ami general banking
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1860
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A II. SAFFUItli. rrcalilent.
S. S. TAYI.OIl, Vle-e l'reslilent.
VV. 1IYS1.U1', Sec'yandTriiuurtr.
I'.VV IlAHCIlV, C1IA. Oaliqhmb,
f'.il hrOCKKLETH, rACLl). SCMCH,
It. II. CLNNISIIMAJI, II Ii. llALLlDAY,
J. M. l'liILLiri.
LX'rKltl'.ST pahl on ilepotlu at the rate of
percent, per annum, March lt anil 8ptem
Kt litt. Inttrvtt not wltlnlniwii la a-lilnl Ilium
llately to the principal or the elepoilM, thereby
llvlnu them e.iiiiDounJ interest
Married Womon and Children may
Deposit Money and no ono
olso can draw it.
(l-n errry bului-ailay n-oin!.i,m. lo .1 p.m.
1 1 Mitiinluy eicniuifa fur uliii;a eleioalu only
ruin ti to 8 o'cloek
W. 1IY3I.OP. Treeaanrfir.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cloie.
Corner 10th St. nd Commercial At.
C. O. FATIER & CO.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
VVIiolralc and HcUll Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
WINE OF ALL KINDH,
No. 60 Ohio Loveo,
MESSltf. SJIYTII A CO. hate comtantly
a larKu stock of the best Rooiln In thu mar
ket, anil give especial attention to Ihe iiholanal
ranch of tho buslneaa.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVoll Paper, Window Gloss, Win
clow Shades, Sto.
Aiivays on hand, the celet'rute.1 lllumlnalln
BrOM' 3EH.xtl dime.
Corner Bluth Streint rd Waittnir
1 1 '; - J 1
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
lllNDfilt AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulletin, Cor. Ttnlfth txt
and Washington Atciu,
IConuty anil UallroadWori, o ."l-eclaltv