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AHU.U.O.N I.OMIK, NO. 51.
KiiMiIa nf I'ythlM, ii.ii-ii i-vi-ry Krl
ilny iiljtlit at Iwir-i'iwt mm, luO'lii
lillowii Mull. IIowk,
it.KXA.N'DKIt I.OIIIIK, NO .
. imiriH.iiiriit oniT u( "' )'
H Iowa, 7Km-U every i I'""''"? "Km
r' at lialf-ioil I". their lmll (in
imm.rilnl utrnuc. Li-twcen "Ixlli uno K.-UMli
. Jm (Mi-KlliiMt Hall on tin- tint ami tlilnl
I iH-jhUf In miry Hnmtt . l lmlf.KUt wi-n
.Inu II l.'lll"MJ!.0
A UAIIlO UllXill. NO.iTO.A.K. ft A. M.
ili.l.l mftil.ir rniniimnlciitloiiii In Mil-
VJTniilit Hull, cortivr Cuiiimt-rcliil avenue
' ' 'unit Kltflilli Mint, on till! BfCOUll Mill
i nili .Miinaiv nriacn niiiiiui.
White "omU nnil llneni". Including nil
kinds of white wear for suits forhidici
mid children, at Hurger & Co'.. 'I'lio
prices of these goods nrc extremely low,
mid the f took I a most attrnvllvv one.
Iliirruli for llulilis.
Hleiilng csiri lilacs unit jircaiiibulators.
for balilc oi nil cl.t'i', nt price ranging
from $8 CO to $23, nt Win. Klclihoirs fur-
lilturo lactory, coiner .Seventeenth street
mid Washington avenue. l-lMin
lii-nln' l'lll-illlilliir OoiiiN.
.). Hurger A Co.. have added to their
slock this anrlntr one or the tinea helec
tloim ol gents' furnl-hlng good-l ever
brought to tliU city. Gentlemen are In
vited to call mid examine goods before
Til'! Centennial Kefrijerutor the latest
improvement ai.d tlie best ever made;
also a line ninortinent of hardware and
cutlery nt greatly reduced prices at A.
Mailers, No. Ill Commercial avenue.
i:ii'Kiuit n ! r !..
liibbotis, funs anil pannoN. I.dct rtyle-i
and lowest price for mile at Hurger A.
'o'i. Alio an exquUltolot ol cai-htncro
mid ecru ties In tin- ncwe-t dc-lgns.
Hurger V l o. have a beautiful aaort
inent of drc.s goods ol all kinds and
Mlks. Mimiiicrfllk ns low a hlxty cents
peryanl. Thi'.-e are Kplendid bargain.
Call and .ee tliein before theni-h.
't in I'lni'f.
Kor a elca.i i-have. a lai-bloiiablc hair
cut, or n thorough Miampoo, go to .1.
George .SIcIuhoiiM: on Kighth stieet,
Alexander County Hank building. Ills
chop Is nlvvaVH neat; hl.s towels alwny
clean ; Id ab-tauts always polite, and
hl tables covered with the lator.t, dally
papers lor the benclltofhU cutomers.
We will pay no bill contracted by any
employe of Tim Hri.i.rrnx, unlefs the
tame U made on a written order Mgiied
by thi- pivMdenl or i-ecretary of the coin
pany, and we will nccept no order given
by au employe ol" the company, lor any
Cairo KnxiniN i'ohpanv.
.November 1". 1S7.1. U
.".III! llolll. Aci'lltx
Wnntcil In Ullnios lor the new lllu
rntiil 'IhUtle .r.dillnu of Sir Walter
Scott's Waveily novel and other popn.
lar publications.' Liberal indncement'- to
good agent. Send tor circular and
i..ri.m in W. II. KaMoil S. Co., 123 ( lark
iiirct. Koom "!'. Chicago. l-J'-cod-lm
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
- Alexander county lands Cairo lot
In exchange for St. I.ouis properly.
'flic FOtitti halt of the "I'llol" house at
- House on Ninth street, between Wal
nut and Cedar Streets lately occupied by
.1. Selilcslnger, S15.
llou--e on Twcllth street Wert ot Wa
nut, 3 rooms and kitchen, SI I.
lluslneliou;0ou l.evce street, above
A "ood cottage on Twenty-Ninth
street, near Commercial avenue.
Storo room on Coinmeiclal avenue,
next to Waverly hotel. ?10.
Cn'tuL'u of I loom on Twenty-third
street. SO. Good yard and cistern.
Good dwelling houe on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-tli'id
Store-room corner Twentieth and
l'oplar streets-, S12 f.O.
Store room adjoining above, $S,
House on Commercial avenue, above
Ninth street, suitable lor biedncaj and
llouso on Walnut street, near Center
pleasant premises, $12 fiO.
lloue on Commercial avenue, near
unii vti-.x.r. .Suitable for business and
Tenements numbered 2, 7, S and
U. Winter's How, 5 rooms each for $10
nor month. Will bo put lit llrst-clslS
Storo room In "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Ilalley.
Dwelling hon-e ou Sixth street and
.leiiersou avenue .-yi".
Orphan Asylum building and preinl
...... 1 1. ... I lit., ii fi iriwill It'll lilt.
ru-. ih;hi iw, ..... n - - --
sioie room, coiner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 u month.
llooms In various parts ol tho city.
pni! I.KAKI2 OU SALl'i
-Land. Ill tracts to suit, near Cairo.
soMr.iiiiNii Ai:w. The lightning, re
elprneatlng, tin churn and egg beater
the liiie.t nnd tho best ever made, at A.
iii.iini'i. who Is now selling his large
ui.w.i.- ..i i.,v,.o tin nnil brittaua ware at
ini'.illv reilueeil nrlceS. (llvelllm II call
belore von iiurehaso. 113 Commercial av
Sr.n Ixien. r. hoeli, nt his shop nnd
store room, No. 00 Commercial TTVeuue,
has lor saie n siock di noois nun
his own malic ; nun a inn siock hi icaiuer
and lindlngs lor sale; nnd n
large stock of St. I.oul en
toiil made boots mid shoes. He
keeps the best material and is up In nil
tho latest styles. Ill Mi are. pcrfcc, mid
u.iufnctlnn h guaranteed. niv.u"iu "
a.v.viii .m i:.ui:mm.
Wi inu nnltiurlr.nl In nnnuiliiri' .HIII.V II,
I ! ( 1 1 ! I N -f I N an n runilliln'e fur Mn'rilTtif ,W-
uiiiltri'iiinty, nt tin- roinhiB county elicllun.
M'r uir Qiilliurlct triiiniioiinic tli.il l. A. I.'l
liiuiiitmi I' mi linlii'iiil''nt llrinililliun raiiill-
iliilfliirhlii'inr, nl the ninliii iiiintv I'ln lion.
Wc nri- imltiorl;(il tnannbiuirp V171 VM S A V I',
fur an ln'Iwnliiit inmllil.il lor flirrllTor Al-
etoiiiliT county, at Hie rinuhiK county iki tlon.
SI NDAV, AI'KII. DO, IfeiO.
I.ixnl tVrnllirr Ilciorl.
01110, iLt... April 20. IiJ7ii.
It All. TllK.
w.'mi i 'i j
;i no 'f, I
PerH'Miit. SJInal Ht-rvl.'C, 11. 3. A
leim till IIiiIh
.liiiit received by Goldstlne ,fc IIom ii-
I'resh iirrlvnl ol a very large assort
inent ol liulloi' and gentu' kid gloves at
.1 Hurger ,v Co. :i-2Mt
I. Inch llbrc, plate llnlth, letter and note
paper at tho Hli.i.i.iin olllee. Illue and
(renin laid, below St. I.ouis pric'.
IJiiolintcrr l.liecsinid .Nl'lllimx.
Cahmere laee and netting, a splendid
nsortment, certain to pleate the laihe,
Just in, at .). ISnrger A Co. .'l-21-lf
A beautiful lino of neweiubiolilerlci
just received by the recognized "embroid
ery hoii'o" of Cairo .1. Hurger iV Co.
SiiIIn : SiiIIh!
Ladies' linen and alpaca suits, beauti
fully made anil stylishly trimmed, for
sale at .1. Hurger it Co'. These ults
are selling n low as material can lie
bought In this city. Call and see them.
lliillHi'l,i' ii r. A tlcul Ion.
l you know that .1. Hurger ,1 Co. are
in receipt of n tiKignllicent line of carK'ts;
und oil clothe, all the very latest styles
and designs Tno llrst arrival of the ura
'on. Slop In and examine their stock.
1 1 I'nrlllsliliii: IIimhK.
This di-parttnent at. I. Hurger &. Co.'s
store on Commercial avenue, contains n
stock ol tahle linen, towels napkin-,
marellle quilts etc., etc., which will de
light the eye of every housekeeper
The.-e goods nroollcred at panic prices
nnd will go oil" like hot cakes
Phil tsnup ha3 renovated and refur
nished his Ice cream parlors throughout
with costly furnlluro midline carpet,
making It one of tastiest and' plcasanct
jdace-i of rr"ort In the city, where pun
Ice creams of all ilavors and pure quality
will be kept every day for bis patrons.
Washington avenue, Under tdoi k.
A. IIamxv. A llnelot of table and
pocket cutlery, also spade, shovil--
hoes, rakes fork,axcs and a general line
of hardware just received by A. Ilalley,
113 Commercial avenue. 2-lvIliu.
Win. Ficbhoirhasjit't lllled hK ware
house and factory, corner of 17th street
and Washington avenue, with the
largest stock nnd most complete variety
of furniture ever olleied In the Cairo
market. He means business, and will
sell lor ca-h only at toek bottom llgure-.
it is only necessary to examine hi btock
and nr cc. to satuiy youreives as io
ou.'ditv nnd cheatine . and that o' is
the time to buy. l-12-im1'
Sii-en I'M J nil-lit.
George Lattuer, pioprietor of the New
Kxcelslor Saloon, Conimerclat nvetute
thrte doors below Sixtli street, U bound
to became the popular u-sort ot the city
Tills morning at 10 o'clock ho will iiuu
urate a new feature in his lino of busi
ness, to-wlt : Ho will resume specie pay
inent uav out silver lu making change
A free lunch every morning nt 10 o'clock
Tho bar is utocked with Pil-ner liter, and
the best ot wine, liquors nun cigars.
Give the F.xeeMor a call it Is tho place
tor the best beer, and hard money, u
A So. I I.Hiimlr.i .
It U now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, lie
tween Washington mid Commercial ave.
lines, has one of the beat conducted laun
drv establishments in the :ity,anil land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llnd it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as lollows : Hotel
and boardiiig-liolM- washing i cents
per doen. For piece work prices) inu ns
lollows: Singlu shirt ami collar, 10c; per
dozen. SOc; socks, 3c; two collars 3c
tu-n lmiidkci-chlcfs. 5c: vests, 20e; and
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per do.en
Ladles plain calico dresses, 23c; calico
.Wain w Hi extra, tr loin ligs. wkj: wiilte
ilivs.-cs. SI 23o : ladles' underwnre. tine
nnd coarse, $1 00 per down. 1-2:1-1 f.
lioiiiK lo KiuimiH or IJoIoi-ndu
Take tho Atehlou, Topekn und S.int
I'o rallrond. the now nnd popular line
troiii Ateliison and Kansas City, via tin:
lieaiitilul Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Camion Clt
Citrlinriis, Del N'ol te, Santn l-'n ami nil
points 111 Colorado, New Mexico nnil
Arizona. Special round trip IHi day tick
ets to Denver on sale May 13th, at $30,
taking in Ihe 1'ainoun watering places on
the D. & H. G. road, Low emigrant
rates to the Sau .Inaii mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
tho Missouri river and tho Itocky Moim
talnsvltlioiil cliiinge. Close coiinecllons
mado at Kansas City and Atchison In
union depots For maps "m"
; mi(, ,M, ,11U
P. .1. Anhkiisox,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Topeka, ICnn,
t'liy r Ciiiiii.
colored anil varnished, 1'"'"
price (i-2.30) nt Ihe IIpjaK'hs c
To I'. tTellkroii and get your j'.oods re
gardles of cost. If
The- slpe water has began falling. It
has gone down about two Inches since
the sewers were opened.
Kinma Schecler, ago one year nnd ten
months daughter of Frederick nnd
i:il.i Schecler. Notice or funeral Mon
day. lAlriiiirilliiiir.V N!e
ol furniture and household goods, comer
ol Tenth etrcct and Wellington avenue,
this morning at 10 o'clock.
It W. 1 Axi.i.y it Co.
The ladies ofthc.Clmrcli of the lledeein
cr will given pailor conceit at tho resi
dence of Hector Gilbeit on next Thurs
i)'liiiiiii iii 'iit. I. iii.
All real estate delinquent tor taxes will
bo placed In the hands ol the printer, May
1st. next. Ai.r.x, 11. Invi.v,
.'.3.td County Collector.
in Hip liny.
Krwln Maxwell, ol the linn ot K. Max
well it Co., of St. Louis, dealer In railway
machinery and burning oil", wm In the
city yesterday. .Mr. .Maxwell Is famil
iarly known to many In Cairo. He is
looking very well.
Milk punches whisky punches, brandy
punches rum punches, mint jullps 'cm
onades..HUd all the mixed drinks of the
season at tho Heading Hoom.
l-2!Klt .Milk. I'.wikt.u, Proprietor.
There wascon-lilerable business In the
police courts yesterday, but the oll'endcrs
were not people Mich as generally violate
the cUy ordinances. They were high
toned prisoner, and don't care about be
ing "put Into tho pipers."
Wo are told that the plc-nic referred to
yesterday tnornliig, will take place on
.Monday or Tuesday. About twenty
ouples will participate, and a glorious
good time Is expected. The party will
taken to Fort .leiferson by the lerry-
boat Three States
Coo in-nice lor Mile.
Cooper shop, barrel house, dwelling
house and three lots, all fenced and with
oodgnten. Abo lull 'tock of tools-for
all kinds of work. The whole will be
old very cheap. Apply at shop near
Nairow Gauge depot, foot of rourth
Within the pa-t week, at least half a
doeii dogs have gone mad In the city
Several of tho savage and dingorous
lirutesliave bitten children, and nothing
has been done, as far as wn are aware, to
put an cud to further misfortunes of the
kind. Would It not be wise for the
authorities to look to the matter';
lust received, a largestock ol Shaw'
lefrigerators, and White Mountain triple
motion, lee cream lreezer ; al.-o a largo
suiiiilv of wire screen cloth for doors
and windows, nil at rock-bottom price
( . W. lli:.snr.uo.v.
Corner 12th street and Commercia
K. c. Hatiiburghcr, of (Julncy, is in the
city. Mr. Hatiiburghcr aspire; to the ot-
lice of State treasurer. He Is seeking the
nomination of the Heptiblleaiis for lhl";
place, and Is canvassing the State, In or
tier to post himself as to what his chances
me. lie Is represented as an able man
and a good electlouecier, and It 1 said
will make a lively battle.
, regular meeting of the Hough and
Heady tire company takes place Monday
evening, May Ut. tor the election ot of-
Ikers, und the transaction of geuer.il
bu-lues-. All members in arrears are n
quested to be pre-ent to setiic their ne
counts. IIaijuv Suiui, Sce'y
( has. Ci nnimiiiam, President..
."WirriMV liimgu leoile.
Neatly all the prominent olllclal of tho
Narrow Gauge were In the city yester
dav. Among theiu weie F. L. Cmidai
theiiicsldent, W. S. Searlcs, the attorney
L. Hinckley, the superintendent, and
II. W. Sinlllicr.-, of Loudon, l-.iiglaud
otenlbly the representative of the Kuro-
pean bondholders, but really the right
hand man of the continctois. '1 he party
left by special train ou tliu Narrow Gauge
We arc informed that the bac ball
players of tho city arc again spoiling (or
a game with Padncah, ami that an ellbit
Is to bu made to organize u good nine
for that purpose. When the club go to
Padncah It Is proposed to make a pleas
ure excursion ol the trip. Wo are told
thatthoNatlonalCoriietbiass and string
bauds will accompany the party, ami that
It will be made a gay occasion. Wo me
also told tliai rates can bo got on the
steamer .Mm l'l-k very low, nnd that the
excursion and game will come oil without
.". .liny lirinlu
Mr. .lackel, at Ihe Thalia saloon, I
iii.-iiMi. iI to set belore his fi lends and
customers the most palllable and delicious
di ink ever prepnied at any .-idoou In
Cairo. Aspi-cila Odlorala, a plant which
grows In n nw of the Northern Slates
mid In port Kin ( f Kuiobe, togcllier vvJl.h
orange sliced. U placed in Hliluu wlnef
the wluocxli-iclliu! the llavorot tho herb,
which luipaii to It a most pleaaut mid
delicious llavor. Mr. .laeekel has sccuri d
a quantity ot'ilhls lieib from Kelly Island,
andlsiiovv'pifeparedlo furnish 4wlne as
above stated.? He will contlnuo" to siip
"ly Ids cii-UoJuew wlUilhe drink (luring
' mouth of -May, or as long ns the plant
season. .Mint Jullps nre no where
vd t tuM drink.
In .N'eeilol Hi ll-.
There is living on Cedar sliecl. near
Scheel4 hall, a family leiined Hosworth,
wo are Informed, nnd leqtiested to state
through the Hfi.i.r.iiNt ''o nre In dls-!
tress, and badly In need of assistance.
Tho lamlly consists of the father nnd
mother and several children. One of the
children, a little girl, was severely bitten
by n (log a few days ago, and is conllned
toherlied. Another, a boy. h down
with the chills and fever, nnd the mother
Is also an Jl ii valid and scarcely able to be
about. Tlio family Is sorely In need ol
help, mid our good people should betow
upon them whatever help It Is pos-dblo for
them to give.
Kiuioit Kui.i.k i in : III the icport of
my speech at the council chambci Friday
night, the following sentence occurs i
"This tobacco trade may become a
great thing rorCalro.li the Cairo and Tenn
essee Hiver road should be built. When
ever the tobacco W sold, supplies will bu
purcliacd, and wo may salely say that
each hogshead ol tobacco brought to
Cairo will be worth to the city ten dol
lars, or $39,000 prollt on live hundred
Instead m live hundred liugsh-nds It
should bu tire thousand hogsheads. The
lucrea-c In the tobacco trade of Cairo
alone would lustily . her in building
Please in.nl.e this correction.
Yours, W.w. J. Svki.s
Caih.i, April 2Jth. 1S7U.
St. I harles. A. Wrasmer, Cln.; J. W.
Montague, St. I.ouis ; H. Vauloo, LouisP
ana; George II. I.nngcr, New Orleans;
H. A. Stebblns, Greenville. Ky.; 1". C.
Hainberger, Sprlnglleld ; II. W. Smitb
ers, Loudon, Kug.; Oscar Lowe, St
Louis; F. U. Cauda, Chicago"; W. S
Scarles Waukegnn; .1. L. Hinckley, .1.
W. Went, St. Lou! ;.M. Amor, Pitt
ton. Pa.; II. i:. L'lwreuce and family,
Atlanta, III.; H. N. Lawrence, Holly
Springs; K. Maxwell, St. I.ouis; .Inliu
Sullivan, Vlncciincs; 11.0. Case, We.l-
fleld, .Mass; W. Murphy. Metropolis;
H. L. Smith. Odin.
.Niirvej lot ln t'Hlro ami Ti-iiiir.-e
It will bo seen by the lollowiug, which
we take Irom the Paris, (Tenn.) Intelli-
ytneer, uia; nicy nre now suneymg ine
Cairo and Tennessee river railroad, from
Paris to tho Tennessee river. From P.iris
to Maylleld, Kentucky, has been survey
ed, and If money enough can be obtained,
the road will be surveyed lrom Mayfu-ld
to Cairo, and then we can have a correct
idea of the co-it ol the entire road from
this place to the Tennessee. The journal
rclerred to above say: "An uble corps
of engineers, with Mr. .LT. Pustlewalte
as chief, and .1. .M. Henderson nnd Frank
Williams assistants, commenced the sur
vey of this road, at the public square,
last .Monday, to run to .Joluisonville, on
the Tennessee river. The work will bo
pushed thioiigh with all the dispatch
eompatable with accuracy. We shall
give a condensed summary, with esti
mate when it I complete.
"We congratulate our people on the
prospects of the road."
I.nrul Slnirl Mo,
Monday. .May 1st.
The slpe water Is disappearing.
The public school question Is becom
-Dan. Muiiu still lingers among his
Iriends in tills city.
--Tramps aic plenty, and a pet In the
-Council meeting Tuesday evening.
-Three candidates lor ahcrill' In the
Tho new city olllccrt will a-Kiunc the
duties of their edicts this week.
Only llvo weeks mote of school, and
then the summer vacation.
-The rivers are going dow n, slowly.
-Circuit eoutt, tidal .Monday in .May
-May picnics are now lu order. When
will the lint take piece'?
Dust Is becoming plenty.
Police business ! It's played out
Shall we havo' mi old-lashloiied
Fourth of duly celebration, Is mi luipor
portaul question, and one that should bo
decided pretty soon, or it will lie too
Decoration day Is near nt baud. Ar
rangements lor the proper observance ot
the occasion will soon bo made.
There will bo the usual services at
tho Prcibyteiian church, Llghth street,
between Wiishiugtoii nveniie and Walnut
street, this morning and evening, con
ducted by Hev. HenJ. V. George. All
tie invited to attend. Sunday school nt
Tho Kev. .1. D. Glllhaiii will conduct
the usual .-ervices hi the Methodist
church, corner 0f Klghth and Walnut
streets this morning and evening. The
subject of tho mornings sermon will bo
"Growth in Grace. Its Kvlilcnccs." At
the evening service the subject ot tho ser
mon will ba "Tho OrojiS thu Expression
of Man's lTnbellcf." A cordial Invlta
Hon is extended to the public. Sunday
school at three o'clock.
There will be serv Ices at the German
Lutheran church, Thirteenth stieet, be
tween Walnut street mid Washington
avcniio at ten o'clock. Sunday school at
half-past two o'clock.
There will bo the usual services at tin
Episcopal church to-day at eleven a. in.
and at half n.iat 7 p. in.
The scats in this church have been de
clared free at all evening services, but a
eoidlal Imitation Is extended to every
one to attend all the services, both morn
ing and evening, and conilorlablo seats
will always be provided.
Ii'sr lti:n:ivrii' A. Ilalley ha just
el, vd u lino lot of canary mid mock
ing tilt it cages, tlower Btauds, Hovver
trainers, baskets archer, hemts mid
wreathes, which he ba marked very low,
nt 1 13 Coiinuei rial avenue. 2-18-Ilni.
Fitly cents, at Winter's finitely.
Thirty thousand usl received nt tho
THE SCHOOL QUESTION.
"WIL1IAM," AN UNKNOWN COKUES.
PONDENT, COMES TO THE DR.
FENSE OF PROF. AI.V0HD.
"Williolm" to "Wllhlralna" What tho Di
rectors Should Do, and What They
Bhould Not 1)0.
"Wll.l.UVl" TO "WII.III'.I.MI.VA."
Caiiio. Ai Bii.as, t;.
Ill your letter to the lli i.i.f.nx, of the
27th Inst., you tnke n menu advantage of
an esteemed and honored gentleman,
Prol. G. G. Alvord. Under the guise of
highly complimenting that gentleman,
and at the same time blaming the mem
bers of the school board, more or le4s
you gave the profeor an undeserved
and cowardly stall lu a tender spot, mid
show up the very fault in the board that
"Wllhelm" had, already, hi Ids common
sense, practical way, told us about. To
quote: "The members of the Hoard ol
Education are gentlemen who have been
i. Mixr.vi i.v uLcenssi ii.
In their business albilrs.' (Possibly, my
dear madam, that Is the exact reason
why they seem to understand so little
about economy lu handling the school
fund.) At th! time Pror. A. was llrst
employed, Ids salary was llxed by the,
(then) Hoard at SI,b(X; a living, liberal
price even then, when air current ex
penses were greatly lu advance ot what
they now are. "Since then" (to continue
ii. mi.s havi: cit.vxoi.u;
ilnuiicial troubles have made us all more
careful of our pennies, and we
leel our school expenses must be
reduced In common with all the expenses
ol life," tlierelore, and for that reason,
you assume the present Hoard has
advanced the professor's salary lrom
l,MX)lo $2,100. And th.it you give as
one of the evidences ol the wNdom nnd
economy of "eminently surecs-l'ul busi
ness men," at the same time plainly In
dicating that he was oris, retained upon
Ids reputation. If tills
srvi.i: OF KI.ATIUKV
is acceptable to the members ol the Hoard
It must be composed of men ot singular
tastes. As to Prof. A. he certainly had
"the reputation (belore you got
hold of him) ol being a su
perior teacher'' and upon that
reputation, backed by the recom
mendation of some of our most success
1 ill educators, he was engaged as superin
tendent of our Cairo schools ; but had
Ids reputation a a teacher been based
ou such evidence as you bring up In your
(who, by the way. was not, or doe not
hope to be so classed lor two or more
years to come), had not been considered
by the Hoard as suitable for the place,
and had not been given it nt any salary,
much less Mtilucd for several years lu
succession, at a salary greatly Increased
n3 has been done by the present board.
It Is evident that In your desire to
"rim: vvatf.i: (i.v hotii Biiori.iir.ui"
you have slopped over considciably,
and splashed both parties about equally.
Even had you "toted talr," by thoo two
parties, your later love "the talented
Miss McHrlde," had been too much lor
your sense, for In your ellort to strengthen
that lady claim as a public benefactor,
you have chased the sinllo over the fair
face ot beauty and caused tho knitted
brow of stern manhood to unbend. Cpon
vi i i.i. yor i.xi-i.Ai.v now
"the ability with which this lady con
ducts the recitations in tho Normal school"
is calculated to remedy the past extrav
agances ol the school-? And
do you aduiH thcto- ate any
extravagance Y and. it so, do yon
iNOM in; tiii: $:! nxiui
pciMiionth to Mis McHrlde for two years
I'or.'fcacliiiiga iioitiitI class that ha only
been organized within ten days pat one
of them.' Tlicie 1 no blame lo lie at
tached for this to the lady her-ell, or to
Prof. A., either, for accepting all that 1.-
ollered bun ; but lor
"KMINC.VII.Y "UCi.T.f-uITI. lll!MNIi Jll.x"
who have the good of the Cairo schools
at heart, or lu baud, it Is queer. If noth
ing else. 'I'o the query that aro'o in
your mind as io"vnyi not iiiiii.iuy
(meaiilng .Miss McHride) rapilile ol lin
ing the po-ltioii of superintendent of our
Cairo schools far more acccpi.dily than
Prol. A. ha-, done," had you Ih i u us de
sirous of doing
jcmii mo lll.M A oi l.Vl lUMi lll.lt
you would have paid the compliment lu
the lady-like and con Ulcrate (;) manner In
vv liieh .be addressed herself to the "couu
trv liul' that same being the boy you
held up as n "recent graduate." No one,
lilcnd "W.," can llll the position us ac
ceptably as Prot. A. has done and is do
lug, who shows such a deficiency hi thu
nitsr i:t.i:.Mr.xisj or noon imnr.iiixii,
as this lady snowed ou tho occasion you
cite. Prof. A. Is, esseuthlly, a gentle
man lu his deportment toward all com-
in'' under Ids elurge, however Humble
or Ignorant they liiny be.
"UV TlltiHI WOlliiS" I'.'H'.
"Hv their works. ye shall know tliein."
Prol. A.'s graduates mo (lie
pilots of his work, mid he,
ns piltulpal ol our high school, on au In
creased salary, Is tho cause ot the cul,
minuted wisdom and Judgment ot tin
board. Voti have presented his gradu
ntes lu a light
ANYIIIIN'i III. r IT.ATTIilllNtl
lo his ability as a teacher, and In doing
this have placed the Hoard hi u yet les
pleasing light, from thu simple fact that
tliev are his employers lu thu face ot the
noo'rwork you have shown bu doe'
Advleo i an eay thlii"lo give, lund
"V." I.el mo give you this. Apolo
gize humbly to Piol. A., Ids "leceiil grad
uate," acknowledge yoiirliiabllil.v to cor
rect things harmoniously ami retire.
"V illiclm" Id VVIIIll lliliim."
Uiiiii), April Sstli, l7i'..
"Wllhchn!:ia" asks why I do "not
MIKIOKST .1 IIKMHIiV
tor Hie evils I deplore." I answer, that
such a suggestion Is uuiieci-ssiiry. Every
body with nverapj liitelllnenco knows
that tho way to atop a leak li to find the
crevice nnd close It. 1 have pointed out
several crevices through which our school
fund has been, nud still I, constantly
escaping, benefitting nobody, Lut Injur
ing tlie fax-payers. II devolves upon the
board of directors to close theo crevice,
to do which a reduction of the
nt the coming term, nnd a proper'observ
ancc of tho school law, which
iior.s not rr.nMir tiii: Tii.vciiixfi
ol dead language-, telegraphy mid pho
nography I all that Is required, and
this themtinlitrs of the Hoard htow nt well
at I do.
'1 hat ".i skilfull worker In any Industry
commands n higher salary than mi un
skillful one" I admit, but that Prof.
Alvorit is more skillful, had n better tc
putatlon, or did more to advance our
public schools than some of our former
principal", who received stxhttiidml dol
lars per uiiniiiii less than ho does
I do xo I ADMII,
butbcliovu to the contain. When our
board of school director agreed to pay
Prof. Alvord twenty-four hundred, In
stead of eighteen hundred dollars per
milium, the amount paid to his predc.
cessors they agreed to pay him too
much, no matter how good tho times
were. More especially is thN true when
we lake Into consideration thu fact that
the principal of all the Chicago frco
schools Is paid only twenty-two or
Inenty-thrcc hundred per annum.
in;roiii."nii. ruins cuAMiin"
or "llnmicial troubles had made us more
careful of our pennies," we should
have prepared lor a rainy day,
hut our board of directors,
encouraged by the inosperlty of the
times and the meekness of the tax pay.
ers, pcnt Hie people's money with a lib
eral baud. The principal's salary must
luiir.ii six iii-siiitci) iioi.i. uis;
although contrary to law, new studies
must be Introduced, necessitating the
outlay ot large sums of money by par
ents for books, and by the directors for
the election of telegraph poles, etc., and
extra teachers with extia salaries In
short th? school fund was
because the times were good. Hut, al
though the time changed from good to
bad, from bad to worse, this shameful
u-e ot the people's money was, mid Is to
(lay.'pcrslstcd In. Whether the prosperity
of the times instilled the vlobUlon of the
school law, Is a question which I will
leave to Wllheliiiiua nnd t!.e reader to
In conclusion penult ine to say fur my
self, that there Is no person in Cairo who
would look .with greater satisfaction
upon our educational exerci'es than I
would If those exercises were
KVM.'TlOST.l) nv i.vw,
And no one who would leel prouder of
our public schools than 1 would If I did
not inn tin; risk ot being looked nt with
pitying eyes by outsiders and called "poor
but proud." I am plc-wil to liuil a com
panion in the world who, like inysHI, Is
po--.e-i;d of a letter " writing mania. "
t$Hvinl Mrtiujr rnllull) tin- Miiir.J
CoCXCII. ClUMlil'.i:. 1
Caiiio, Im... April 25th, IsTO. j
Present His Honor Mayor Winter,
and Aldermen Halllday, Lmicastcn
MeGnuley, Hitictiliouae. Thlstlewood,
Wright and Vocum-7.
J'hc chair stated that the object wan
for tlie approval of tlie bonds of newly
elected cllv olllcer.
The olllcielal bonds ot the following
named olllcer weie picscntul nnd, on
motion ol Alderman Halllday, approved
mid ordered tiled, viz : Of F. M. Stock-
llc-lli, licasurei eKet, In tho slim ol $73,-
liOO.OO, having a sceiiritic-. diaries
I 'eiichtcr, 1 lei man Meyers, Henry Wi ll.
Peter Nell', Isaac Walder, l.ouN Herbert,
Leo Ivlcb, .Incob Klein, Dr. W. Wood,
Win. Kluge, John .Me.Nulty, John date-,
Stephen Sehwianlz and John T. Heiilde.
Ol James W. Stewart, city eleik
elect, hi tho Mini ol S:i,000.00, having ns
securities, E. F. Davis, F. Korsiueycr and
Of Itanium II. Hlack. elly attorney
elect, in Hie sum of $2,000.00, having us
securities. Samuel Hn-cnvvater jjnd Her
Ou motion ol Aldeinian llainuaj.
Wvi. 1 ni.se ii Ai.i:v, City CP rk.
-Special bargains In iiiu-hii- :il liold
stiuuiv Hosenivatcr's. ;i-20-tf
.Mens' line slioc lu gi eat variety at
l-23-5t O. HaY(iiioi:n it ( d.
P. Ilellbrou will give you bargaliisln
dry goods, notion, etc., at Hurgui's old
stand, Coininerclal avenue. If
Go to Hurger's old stand, Commercial
iivciuie, if you want bargains hi dry
good. It 1 a great bankrupt sale. II
100 eases of ladles' and children's
shoe Just opened at
1.23-lt O. Haviiioun it o.
A splendid selection of cheviot just
received nt Goldstlne & liosenwater's.
P. Ileilhroii lias bought the entire
stock of W. Well it Hro., at HtirgcrV old
stand. See doiiblu columii and bankrupt
1000 yards Ilniiiburg embroideries at
3 cents n yard, nt O. IIaviiioun it Co.
-A fuel worth knowhu-that P. Ilell
brou Is giving greater bargains than ever
ollercd in thU city. U'
Stop and examine my goods be
i in juu pureliase. Corner of Ninth
stieet and Commercial avenue.
tl P. Hl'.lI.llllON.
Exainlue tho Inimensn stock of alioe
and dry goods bought oil the late decline
and Just opened liy
l-23-lt O. H AYTIIOItN A '"'
$:i0 oil for cash, Hultnble for tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
For liny of tho above artlcle.'.apply nt
the Hni.MiilN otlko. K. A. lluiMtKi-r.
VVjW Dir-AflTMIHT, IllVtf ttirotiT.
Di-lovv IiIkIi water nf IMI.
gi-Tgpiint, Slgnnl Emlcs 17. S A.
Stenuicr .las. Flek, Padncah.
City of Alton, St. Louis.
" 'P. T. Hlllmnn. Nashville.
" Hello ofShroveport, N.O.
J. H. Williams, tow, Pittsburg.
" Cons Millar, Cincinnati.
" Grey llouiul, tow, Ohio river.
" Pal Clebuii.e, Evansvllle.
" Haven mid tow. St. Louis
" Frank Foicst, Memphis. ,u
" 'Pom Shci lock, New Orleans.
" Stc. Genevieve, tit. Louis.
" Iron Mountain, tow, N. O. -Molllo
Moore, fct. Louis. '
S;eauier .las. l'l-k, Padncah.
Tom Sherlock. Cincinnati. VR
" Sle. Genevieve, Vlcksburg.
" Iron .Moiiutaiii, low, -Jt. Loul.
" .Molllo Moore, New Orleans.
" City of Alton, New Orleans.
" T.T. Hlllmau, Nashville.
" Joeph IS. Williams South.
" Con. .Miliar,. Memphis.
" Grey Hound nnd tow.
" Put. Cleburne, Evanvlile.
" Haven nnd tow, St. Loul.
" Hollo of MireYiport, St. Louis.
The gauge stood .'IS feet last cvcnlngi
the fall lu the 21 hours being S inches.
Tho weather was clear and pleasant
Huslnesi Is very quiet.
--The Haven came down from St. Louis
with three barge of iron ore.
The Joseph It. Williams pasted down
from Pittsburg with IM boats nnd barges,
containing 330,000 bushels ot coal.
-The City of Alton from tit. Louis, nr-
lived eaily yesterday morning. She
laid hero until last evcnliiy and departed
for New Orleans with a tremendous big
trip, after adding 200 tons.
The -Molllu Moore from St. Louis for
New Orleans had a big trip. She was
loaded to the guard and wanted nothing
The Iron .Mountain and barges St.
Louts and the Tom Shciluck for Cliicin.
nati passed up from New Orleans.
-Thu Pat Cleburne from Evausville
had u light talp down and back.
'Phe Jim Flsk bad fair cargoes from
and to Padncah.
l'he Cons Millar passcd down from
Cincinnati for Memphis with a very light
trip. She got nothing here.
Thi! Hello of Sbreveport passed up
lrom New Orleans forSt. Louis. .
-'Phe 'P. 'P. Hllhnan had a light trip
from Nashville. She returned with a
'Phe Frank Forest ciinm up from
Memphis Friday evoidug and went to
tlie bank near the upper cud ot town. It
Is said Mm will go to Mound Cltv lorre-
'Phe Ste. i leiicvlcvo came down with
n good trip lrom St. Louis for .Memphis
ami Viek-hurg. She added about 113 ton
Colored nud mounted Maps ot the.
cityol Cairo at $2 30 each (halt price.)
A silver plated No.!) Wllnon Shuttl"
Sowing Machine, hard (piano) llnlsli,
valued at $s.-,. Will be sold at $20dls
count, on good terms, and ordered direct.
from the factory.
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries!
4,000 Rio antl Santos Coffoc,
2,000 finds Now Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls IM. Orloans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rico,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rico,
500 h'fclis Greon and BI'kTea.
IIH, 70 mill Ti Vine Mirer I,
33 3VT PIH11
Straw & Felt Works
JO.". (IlliSlrci-l, Nl. I.ool-., Mu,
Unilnoristiilillslmii-litorilii- VVt-t. lU.r.ACII
I si;. iMM,, M.Tl.lilM, uii'l nil Unit ol
.Vllljln.YS' VVuiWiliiiH-lniiiiil'lly. PlnstM lllotl
Int .nit- ( lull lies lulil nil P'dils mt Jl. Semi
.lor Plain. l-4J.ilwlin
WHOLESALE AND BKTAIL.
IN THE CITY,
Goods) Bold Vory Oltie.
Oorunr 18th fit. and OommarcUl Av,
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