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ASBAM'N t.ODUK, NO. 81.
KiiIkIiIx of I'jrlhlai, nul i-f cry Krl
ft-ilnwM' Unit. lluw.
Chancellor Comninmlt r.
AI-KXANDKIt MM'UK, NO. .
. In(l-iuunt tinier or O-M-j-el.
t low., iiitt-U etcry 1 Iiura.Iay night
at linlf-i-aataevtii, 111 their hall un
Jiiliiinrri'Iill uFiUH'i between nixtti uhi) fwircnlh
ten (;HA4 l.tMK. x U
' 11 lilt I'.NXAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. ".. iiimIii
. ,m OiM-l-'clluwii' Unit on (he llnitiinil third
imvmI-i In itrery limiith, at luir-.it seven
lAlltOI.UIHil'. NO. KIT, A. K. A A. M.
, HoM rcculiir MiiiiimitilcHtlunn In Ma
snnlr Hull, corner Commercial avenue
n-j.l Klirhtli ilml. un the tecum! iiu-l
iirtli Mmi-lav of c-icli ni'inlli.
White goods mul llm;n. liii'lttilliiK ll
kinds of iil-ltu wi-nr for suits for luilios
mul clillilruii, at Jluror & C'oV. Thu
irkes of thc-i; oodj am uxtreiiu.-ly low,
nml Hit? stock In u moil siUrnctlvi; one.
Iliiriuli I'm llulilr.
Ski l-liitfuiirrlnf-u' uiul prcuiul-uliitor,
for l-uhlui) ol nil slzx-, at inlaw nui-jln,'
from S3 W to$2.V nt Vni. rMihoir fur
niture laolory. coiner St-ventur-nth trt-t
nml Waslilnutoii avriiuc. l-Il-lin
llents' I'liriil-tliliilt 1immU.
.1. llur-jnr it Co., halt.' adilcil to thi.-Ir
flock this fprlnir onu of tlic finest ft-ltc
tlotn ot gent' rurnlihln: jjooiU ever
hrotuht tolhU city. tii-nth-iiii-ii art: hi
vltfil to call anil iwairlim jjooiU lit-foro
Tlr Ontcnnlat liclrlcrator tin; late-st
improvement nul tho he over mailt! ;
alio a tint; awortini-nt of hardware and
cutlery nt irnatly reduced price, at A.
Ilalltys, No. 115 Commercial avenue.
lihhon, fantanil p-ir-ioM, latrst tyles
mul lowest prices lor sale at Hurler ,fc
t V. Alo an r-xipil-ltelot or ea-htnt-n
and ecru tie. In the newest deM;n.
Hiii -jit A. t'o. have a beautiful assort
ment of drrM j-notl- ol all klnilf", and
sllk. MimmerMlks as low a" sixty rents
per yard. These . 'in; splt-iulnl hitrjjaliH.
Call ami fro them hcfoie tliem-h.
'I In IMm-i-.
For a clea.i ehaiv, a f-t-hlonahlc halr
eut, or n thorough -liampoo, o to .1.
(leor-jo, Steliihouse on Klj-htli street,
Alexander County Hank hullilln;,'. Ill
shop Is always neat; his towels alway
clean ; his (iltuiita always polite, anil
his tables covered wllh the latest dally
paper, (or the benellt of Ills customer.
We will pay no bill contracted by any
employe of 'I'm: Hii.u:tin, unices the
same i made on a written order tailed
by the pre-Ident or secretary of the com
pany, and we will accept no orders riven
by an employe of the company, tor any
Onto lifi.i.r.Ti.v Comimnv.
November 1U. IST.'j. tt
Alio tlooli A ten I h
Wimteil iii lllhiloi lor the new Illus
trated Thlstlu Kdltlon of .sir Walter
Scott" i Waverly novel-, and other popu
lar publications. Liberal Inducement to
jrood agents. .Semi tor circular anil
term" to W. II. KaMon k Co.. 12.1 Clark
(In ct, llooui 71), f hlca'o. l-J7-coil-lin
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, alro lot-,
In exchange for St. Louis pioperty.
The foutli halt of the "Pilot" house at
Cottage on fourteenth stcricLnoitb
cit of Waf hlnejton avenue, HI
Cottage on 'i'weuliclli Mnct, west oj
Wanlii,'lon avenue, ?10.
Uwt'llliiK lioii?o on ro-''s aticet, wc.-t
ol Washington avenue.
llotiie on Ninth street, between Wal
nut aud Cedar streets, lately occupied by
I. Seltletlnj;er, $13.
I5ulnefc5 house on Levee fluet, above
A irood cottnire on Twenty-Ninth
htreet, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue
next to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of I rooms on Twenty-third
street, $0. (lood yard ami cistern.
Good dwelling hon-e on Walnut, be
twecn Twenty-second and Twenty-th'.id
Store-room coiner Twentieth and
Poplar .streets, $12 00.
Store room adjoining above, S3.
IIouju on Walnut street, near Center
pleasant premlM?s, ?12 M).
House on Commercial avenue, near
tilth street. Suitable for business and
Tenements numbered 7, 8 ami
Si, Winter's ltow, fi rooms each for $10
ner month. Will be put III llrst-cla-s
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
eeupled by A. llalley.
Dwelling house on Sixth street mid
.leil'erson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses, lient low, to a good ten int.
Store room, comer Twentieth ami
Washington avenue, $12 a mouth.
Itooms hi various parts ot the city.
I'OU LKASKOIt SALK.
-Lands, In tracts to suit, near ( .tiro.
SoMivrniNO Nkw. Tim lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
tint latent and the. best ever made, nt A.
Ilulley's. who Is now selling ins large j
Htoel; ot stoves, tin and brlttana ware at
greatly i educed prices, (live Mm u call
belorti you purchase, llfi Comineiclal nv
Si:h Kucii C. hocli, atlusfiiop aud
store room, No. HO Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and Hioes of
his own make ; nUo n lull stock of leather
and IliidlngR lor snle; and a
Inrun stock of St. LoiiIb cus
tom mado boots and shoes. He
kcupp. tho best material and is up In nil
the latest Ptylcs. HH Ills nro pcrlect, aud
-atlsfactlou W gtmiiuitecd. Olvo him it
M'e nie nutliorlnil to announce JOHN II.
IIIJIIIN'MIN iijut-aiiOlda'i-for fhirilTur Alex-
nii'Icr con lily, nl the ruining county rlivtlon.
Wenruiitillmiinl lunnnounrc Ilml It. A. I.m-
iniinilsoii U un Imli'iitiiilciit liemililican cainli-
ttale t'jr Mn-illT, nt the rnanllii; county elu Hon.
are riiillioritil tonnnottner I'KTKIl SAUI',
for nil linU'inltnt rsinliilale I'orMirrllTiil Al
vsnniler county, ut the eiiiuli'K cuiinly tlcrtlun.
it.v ri.s or avi:hi isi.o.
tJ-All bill futivltcrtUliiS, rcilne uml uy
able IK AUVANCK
'I run! lent iiilv-rtlltiK will be intcrtrtl lit tut
rate of II 10 riuuure lorlliu lint luwrtlon
ami &i (i-nU for each uliwiucnt one A lllrl
illacotintu'lll be iiiu'Ic on aUinllus nml illnpl
ft'hertlKinrtita . ,
Korlneertlni? niueral nonce i .uuveni
liiKtlni? of lucUtlc or cccrct onlrrs Hcentu for
Church. Society, futUal mii'1 Ku,,er nollrn
will only be Innerteil bji tvlvtltlftllicnts
Vh H.lvirllkincnt will I recelTfl at Iff than
M cnti, an't no nlerlleiiient will Iw liiauted
for lew than three ilotUrn ler tnonlh
Local Bulne Nottcaa.of
ton llncaor more, Inaertod
In the Bullotln na follows:
Commenco Counting at ton Llnoa.
One Inaeitlon per line Cents
Two Insertions por lino. 7 Cants
Three insertions per lino 10 Cents
Six insertions por line .. 16 Cents
Two wcoka par line 25 Cents
One month per lino 35 Cents
No Reduction will bo made in above
Tt'KSUAV, 31 A V 2. 1S70.
I.nrnl Wenllirr Krptirt.
C'aiiiu, III., May 1, li'c.
.j "r. ! m
Wimp. I Vkl. I Wcni.
SerRnilit. SIkiuI hmlcr, I! S. A.
.lift received by fioltlstlne it Hoten-
l'reh arrival ol a very large aort
ment ot latlies" aud gents' kid gloves at
I llnrger .fc Ci. 3-21-ti
Linen Ilbre, plate llnlsli, letter and note
paper at the IIi'i.i.uiiv otlice. lllueand
ream laid, below St. Louis prices.
(.'itxlnnerc l.lier mill .VrllillU".
Ca'Iiniere lace and netting, a splendid
a"ortmcut, tx-rtain to please the ladies,
tiit In, at .1. Ilurgcr it Co. a-21-tf
, beautiful line of new embrolileiics
just received by the recogni.ed "embroid
ery house" of Cairo .1. Ilurgcr it Co.
Niiiti : suits:
Ladies' linen and alpaca suit?, beautl-
fully made and stylWhly trimmed, for
anient .1. Ilurger it t'o'. Theae ilit
are 'idling as low no material can lie
bought In tills city. Call and sec them.
Uo you know that .1. Ilurgcr it Co. are
In receipt of n mngnllleeiitliue ol caret-
i nd oil clothe, all the very latest styles
anil tlelgu '! The flmt arrival of the .sea
son. Stop In and examine their stock.
House I'uriiistiliiK tJimils.
This department at J. Burger ,t Co.'
store on 'ommerclal avenue, contains a
tock ot table Uncus', towels, napkins,
martclllcs quilts, etc., etc., which will de
light the eye of every housekeeper
ihe?e goods are ollercd at panic prices
and will go oil' like hot cakes.
Phil Saup has renovated and refur-nl-licd
his Ice creaiii parlors throughout
witli costly furniture and line carpet,
making it one of tastiest and plcasanest
places of resort In the city, where p'.ue
ice creams of all llavor and pure quality
will be kept every day for bis patrons.
Washington avenue, lluder's block.
A. Hai.i.kv. A llnelot of table and
Docket cutlery, also spades, sliovcls-
hoes, rakes, f'orks.axcs aud a general line
of hardware Ju-t received by A. llalley,
11. "i Commercial avenue. 2-lS-:ini.
Spt'l'le I'll) lllent.
(ieorge I.attuer, proprietor of the New
Kxeelsior Saloon, Commercial avenue
three doors below Sixth street, is bound
to became the popular resort of thu city
This morning at 10 o'clock he will limit
"tiratc a new feature In Ills line of busi
ness, to-wit : He will resume specie pay
ment pay out silver in making change
A free lunch cery morning at 10 o'clock
Thu Irir Is ..tucked with Pilsner beer, and
tin) best of wluc. Illinois and cigar.-
Give the Kxeelsior a call it is thu place
lor the best beer, and hard money, tt
A N. I l.iiiuiilry.
It Is now conceded that Jlrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commuieial nvc.
nues, has one of thu best conducted latin
ilrv establishments In thu -ity, and land
lords of hotels aud boarding houses will
Ilml It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are a follows: Hotel
aud boarding-house washing 7,1 cents
per doen. Por piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, lOo; per
doen, 0e; socks, Tin; two collars, lie;
two haudlii i chiefs, oo; ve-ts, 20u; aud
all gentlemen' wear, Sile. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico ilie.-ses, 2,'e; calico
di esses with extra Irii'Miiliig. f0o; white
die-n's, $1 2."c ; ladies' uuderwiire. line
and cnare, $1 00 per doen. 1-2.1-tf.
Colmcd and mounted Maps ot the
tit vol Cairo at $2 fiO eaeli (halt price.) e
-' -A sliver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttl
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnlsli,
valued at $S5. Will ho sold at $20ills
count, on good terms, ami ordered direct,
from the factory.
-A $00 Iteinington Sewing Machine--$:!0
oil fur cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot ami shoe inauufaciuicr.
For any of the above lutlelcs.apply at
the ntii.t.i'.ri.v olllce. H. A. Hi'iiskti.
The police courts were dead yesterday.
There was nothing done In either of
Thu remainder ot the sewers wcie
opened yesterday morning, and thu slpe
water U running out lapltlly.
.lust received by Harden it I Jewel !S0
barrels choice Northern upjilcs. Store
room 01 Ohio levee old .tand or Math
llrlliHiiienl 'lax l.lsl
All real citato dellutpieiit lor taxes will
be placed In the hands ol the printer, May
1st, next. Ai.i;x. II. litvi.v,
l-W-ttl County Collector.
Cook's clicus nml inciiagerle will visit
this city, we are told, about the 15th of
this month. This In one of the biggest
aud best Institutions of the kind travel
Milk punches, whi-ky punches, brandy
punchi's, rum punches, mint Jullp-, Icin
onade.s,nd nil the mixed tlrluks of the
season at the Heading llooin.
l-2!l-:it Mll.r.s P.tliKlMt, Proiiletor.
Tlii'llewood it Co., having lemovcd
from their old stand near the Stone tie
pot, will herealter bo found at No. 78
Ohio levee, hcretolore occupied by Pace.
Klllott A Co. .v.-nt.
.'lly Ciiiiui ll.
There will be n regular meeting of the
city council held this evening, when the
newly elected aldermen will take their
seats. Cltv f 'lerk Stewart aumed the
duties ol thu clerk's olllce ypJtciday
The tax-payers meeting heretofore an
nounced to be held nt the council cham
ber this evening, Is postponed until the
call of the president, for the purpo-eof
giving thu committee time to complete
We are told that Winter' block, which
has Ju-t been lowered and improved, Is
to be occupied soon as a first-class hotel.
Tliis Is certainly the best site in Cairo for a
hotel, anil If the right man proprietors it,
there l "millions In If for him.
'fiii-riiKO liir Sllle.
Cooper shop, barrel house, dwelling
house and three Iot, all fenced and with
good gates. Al-o lull stock of tools for
all kinds of work, 'the whole will be
sold very cheap. Apply at shop nenr
Narrow Gauge tlepot, foot of Fourth
(line lo .Meet Hi I'nle.
Hon. IJ. W. Munn, who was hi the city
vl-ltlng friends, k-u for Chicago yester
day. Ills trial for complicity In tho
whlskv ring frauds is set for the tenth ol
tills month, and he goes home to prepare
for It. He -ays he will meet his fate like
.Iut received, a large stock ot Shaw's
Refrigerators, ami White .Mountain triple
motion. Ice cream freezers ; al.-o it large
supply of wire crecu cloth for doors
anil windows, all at rock-bottom prices.
c. W. Hi:mii:iso.v.
Corner 12th street and Conimercla
St. Cliatles. S.P. Town-ley, St.I.oul;
S. 11. llouestcll, San Frauci-eo: .1. A.
Stocking. Chicago; James Ogden, Knox
vllie, Tenn; J. C. Montgomery ami wife.
St. Louis; Hubert duole, Philadelphia;
W. 11. Walker, St. Louis; M. Horton,
Cedar Kaplds; A. U..Ioslln, Chicago; C.
C. Nan-on, St. Louis.
( ounty Assessor and Treasurer John
P. Hclv commenced the assessment of
real estate yesterday morning for the
Taxe- fur 1S70. He commenced the
work at the "point," and will take the
property in the order In which it comes
until he reaches tho tarthermot emi oi
the county. Mr. Hely propoes to assess
all the real e-tato the in county.thnugh the
"personal" lu theconnty wlllbeascsed
by a deputy.
Win. F.lchhoirhasjust tilled his ware
house and factory, corner of 17lh street
and Washington avenue, with the
largest stock and most complete variety
of furniture ever ollercd hi tho Cairo
market. Ho means business, and will
sell for wish only at roek bottom llgure-.
It is only necessary to examine hi stock
and prices to satisfy yourselves as to
quality anil cheapness, and that now I
Hie time to buy. 1-12 lui
Another Tolmeeii IVnrelionse.
It Is said that a number of gentlemen
from other cities, who are "wellllxcd"
so far as money Is concerned, were In tin
city on Friday and Saturday, and gave
out their Intention to open a tobacco
warehouse lu Cairo, They are of the
opinion that this Is one ol very best cities
lu tills section of country tor busi
ness of this kind, and propose to try their
hands here. They aro said to be men of
; experience in tho business and under
stand it thoroughly.
Sliutilil li Slttiieii.
During the recent high water eonsid.
i-i'iihlit fiiiniilllti.w ikl'itrllt wnixknltil lil-ll-li
,ii ' i,... , .t.i. i... i
..i.i .een. hi.t h,,u- the nnliifw her,, tl.
nlit and new levees Juln. This dillt serves
as a protection lo tho levee, aud should
not be removed; but wo learn that the
colored people living lu the vicinity, are
taking out the larger aud better logs and
cutting them up Into Movo-ivood. Hy
removing Ihe big logs, tho smaller drill
) washed away, and I u leveo loft ex.
poed to Ihe action of the river current.
We hope tho proper authorities will give
the matter Ihe attention It deserve-.
J'or the place to buy lutntie r cheaply,
go lo J. . McOahey. corner of Twin
tlelh street and Washington avenue,
where he Is locating his new lumber
yard.-, and Is now prepared lo furnish all
kinds of bullillng matcilal. He also or
fcrs oO.OOO tcct of assorted lumber at the
Wall it Knt mills, from $S, $10, $12, and
$1 1 per thousand. Also, 20.0U0 feet ot
flooring, siding, and surfaced lumber at
correspondingly low prices. The lumber
being st lined more less from the
late slpe water, he oilers It at the above
lo.v prices. Parlies In need of lumber
will save money by giving him a call.
Terms cash, unless by special arrange-
menu. 5-2.1 w.
limit llnukritiit Nnle.
Now Is your last chance to get your
goods at less than cost, as I have bought
the w hole bankrupt stock of Hellbron &
Well, consisting of dry goods, notions,
clothing, etc., ut such low price that en
ublcs me to give everybody bargains that
will satisfy even the hardest customer.
I will continue the business at the old
stand ot Hellbron & Well only lor thirty
days longer, and all the goods must be
sold w lihln that time on account of re
moval. He on hand In time, before all
the bargains are gone, as I mean liu-1-
mu.omon r.wimiu, oi un.
1 12 Commercial avenue.
We have received from the agent the
llrst number of this beautllul work now
being published by Kites it I. ann.il, Hus
ton. Kach number contains two or more
steel plates and a large number of excel
lent wood cuts. The work has had the best
talent employed upon It, and we are en
abled to see the grandest parts of the
world through the eyes of some of the
greitest of Its artists. The Illustrations
are not only beautifully executed but
they are judiciously selected, and the let
terpress Is from tho pen of Leo du
Colangc, l,. L. IJ., a gentleman wclj
chosen and presumable possessed of the
knowledge requisite for the task, and
every t;age demonstrates that such pre
sumptlou Is lirmly founded on fact. The
work Is iisued hi parts at fifty cents each,
and an active canvass 1 being made in
our city, snd we hope it will meet with
that support that It merits.
Kniioit llui.i.r.Tix As regards the
school question. "William" says,"l!y their
fruits ye shall know them." Now If the
Ignorance of the Knglish language tils
played by 'William" and Wllhelmliia',
Is one of the "fruits" ot the teaching in
the public school. 1 would suggest that
tliey be abolished altogether, which would
result In the object sought by tlie econo
mical "Wilhclm." and save luture readers
ol the Hn.LKTi.v the Infliction of such a
limbic of words as are contained lu the
communications referred to. Look at
tills for a sample : "Hut had his reputa
tion as a teacher been based on such evi
dence as you bring up In your reference
to ills graduate (who by the way was
not, or does not hope to be so classed for
twoor more years to come) hid not been
considered by the Hoard as suitable for
the place and had not lcu given
if' etc. Shades of Lindley Murray, what
a sentiment! It those communications
were written by teachers, or even by per
son who have ever attended our public
schools as pupils, I protest that it is time
to furnish the male teachers with hods.
and the lady teachers with wash tubs
with willed to full i a livelihood while
they attend night schools maintained tor
the purpose of letting tlicui acqulie the
rudiments of au KnglUli education.
Onto. .May 1st, 1870.
Col. Tailor lett for St. Loul- yester
Trcasurrr Stocklleth leturned from
Cincinnati jc-terday afternoon.
Mr. Jehu llartou, of Carbondale.ls in
tiie city. He is here in the interest of W.
II. Woothard, uho aspires to the olllce
of State senator.
Mr. .lames Ogilcn, ot Kuoxvlllc,
Tenncs.-te. Is lu Hie city. Mr. Ogden Is
the general freight agent ol the Key Line,
and Is litre lu the interest of that Institu
tion. The lion. Dan Munn, after a lour
day's vhlt in this city. It-It lor Chicago
via the Illinois Central yesterday atter
iioon. Mrs. Munn aud Miss Munn are
'till here. Mrs. Munn, we regret to hour,
is qu'te unwell.
Nr. .lames .lohn-on returned from
Texas on Sunday, alter an extended
business trip through that Statu In the
interest ol the Illinois Central railroad
company. Hi- also purchased while on
the Mexican border a car load of Mexican
grofsers who he Intends making Captain
Hill lluinbleton, ot Mound City, a pros
Ve were asked -yesterday when
"Wlllielinlna" would "blow out" again
In the Itn.i.r.'ii.v. We think it U sale to
say that "Wllheluiina" won't "blowout"
in this or any oilier Journal in Cairo
again. 'Wlllielmlna" has got enough ol
"lilowhg out." She has been bin we clear
out of tune. Site Mowed hard aud loud
hut her own blowinir was too much lor
her, and lias proven illsastcrnus.
IJiiInu l Uhiihiin iii- llolimnlo
Take tin) Atchison, Topeka and Santa
I'e railroad, thu new and popular Hue
from Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautllul Aikuns.is valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Spring. Denver, Cannon City,
' CiiLliarUs, Del Norte, Santa Fu and all
t points in Coloiado, New Mexico aud
, AH.onu. Sneel.il round trip HO day tick
els to Denver on sale May 1.1th. at (r..0,
taking In the famous watering places on
the D. R. toad. Low emigrant
rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping ears between
thu Missouri river and tho Rocky Moun
tains without change. Clo-o connections
inailo at Kansas City and Atchison in
union depots. For maps, time tables
nnd the "San .Inan guide," adddross,
T. .1. Anih:iisox,
Gen. I'ass. Agt. Topeka, Knu.
Alfnlrs are very quite about the
P. Hellbron Mill give yon bargalnsln
dry goods, notion-, etc., nl Hunter's old
stand, Commercial avenue. tr
Vesterday was a queer day lor the.
Mens' flue shoes lu gteat varicly at I
l-25-Ot O. lLiYtiiious it Co.
Suppose we have a few days fair
weather now ?
Special bargains lu inulln nt Hold
stlne it Itoscnwatcr's. :t-2(5-if
ltcmember thu lax-payer meeting
has been postponed.
Summer Jeans for children's cloth
ing nt 5-2-21 o, Hay i iioii.v it o.
You will do well to examine the slot-k
ef bleached cottons at
5-2-2t O. Hayhioun Co.
.May has come, and May day clebra
Hons aie now In order.
You are losing money If you do not
buy your shoes of
5-2-2t O. Hay I lioux ,t ( t.
We are told that the Cairo Shooting
club will have a day's sport at pigeon
If you want to rent a house, read
Lynch ,t Howley's "ad" In another col.
We bought our dry goods alter the
decline, and will sell accordingly.
5-2-2t O. Maytiioiin it Co.
Tramps are not to numerous in the
city as they were a week or so ago, but
there are enough of them yet.
Mens', boys' and youths' hats In
great variety, and cheaper than anywhere
else, can be found at
5-2-2t. O. Haythoiin it o.
The members ol the Taylor Literary
club arc requested to meet nt the club
room till., evening, for rehearsal.
Go to Hurger'sold stand, Commercial
avenue, if you want bargains lu dry
goods. It is a great bankrupt sale, tl
Work of improving the streets hi
the upper part of the city still goes on,
and they will soon be as good as ever.
100 ea-cs of ladles' and children's
shoes just opened nt
4- 2-Vlt O. Hayi iioux ,t 'o.
The roads in the country are becom
ing good, and country teams are becom
ing more numerous on the streets of the
A splendid selection of cheviots just
received at floldstlne it Itosenwater's.
And now while the rush is going on
at O. Haythom it Co,, let all supply
themselves with good goods at low prices,
P. Hellbron has bought the entire
stock of W. & Hro.. at Humor's old
stand. See double eoUimn and bankrupt
-Remember that O. Havlhorn it Co.
have just opened the largest and cheap-
t line of shoes ever offered In Cairo. ,"
1000 yards Hamburg embroideries at
cents a yard, at O. Hmuoitx t 'o.
The young men are airaln attacked
with base ball fever, and they talk of go
ing to Paducnli again to be "chawed up."
The Pailucah boys s.iy they can do It.
A fact worth knowing that P. Hell
bron Is giving greater bargains than ever
oflerctl in this chv. tf
The slpe water Is receding. All the
sowers nre open. It has stalu with us
for a long wliile tills time, and our peo
ple will be lonely without it.
Stop and examine mr goods be
fore you purchase. Corner ol Ninth
street ami Commercial avenue.
tt P. IlllLlillON.
The ladles of the Methodist church
will give their parlor concert on Thurs
day night, we understand. Where ll
will take place we have not yet learned.
Examine the Immense stock of shoes
ami dry goods bought on tho late decline
and just opened by
I -2. It O. llAvruuitx it Co.
Wo learn that Judge Prieketl of Car-
bondale, who was injured a few days ago
by a train on the Illinois Central railroad,
is in a critical condition, and his recovery
-'Wllhehu," "Willhelnilna." and
"William." have oacli had their say on
tho school question. When we have
heard from plain "Hill" we will all be
satlsfled. Hill" will put the finishing
touches to the controversy.
A Mil)' Ill-Ink.
Mr. .lackel, at the Thalia saloon, is
prepared lo sot before his friends ami
customers the most palltable and delicious
drink ever prepared at any saloon lu
Cairo. Asperula Odlorata, a plant which
glows in a few of the Northern Slate
and In portions of Kuropo, together with
orange sliced, I placed hi Rhine wine,
the ivlne extracting the flavor t thelicih,
which Imparts to it a most pleasant aud
delicious flavor. Mr. .laeekel hasseciired
a quantity of this herb from Kelly Island,
nod is now nronared to furnish wine as
above slated, lie will continue to sup
ply Ids customer w ith the drink during
Hie mouth of May, or us long as the plant
is In season. Mini Julius are no where
compared to this drink.
.Ir.sr Hi'.cr.ivr.n A. llalley has just
received a Unit lot of canary and mock
hi" blid eairos. flower stands, flower
trniner.s. Imskrts. archer, hearts and
wreathes, which he has market! very low.
at 115 Commercial avenue. j-ifs-.un.
, at Whitens Gallery.
Thirty thou-and lust received at the
Tn P. Ilellkron null tret your goods re-
Haiian'.sMaiinii.ia ll.ii.ti preserves and
restores the complexion ; remote freck
les, tan and sallowncss ; makes the skin
soil, white aud delleale. Its application
cannot ho detected. .i-iu-iiivwiy.
LvoN'si Katiuiuo.v makes be.iullful,
"Inssc. luxuriant hair: nri'Vents its fall
hi!.' nut or turning gray. It has stood tho
test of 40 years. Is charmingly perfumed,
and has no rival. ;i.ui tiivwiy
Caiim), lu.isom, MostutT.t knimi.
May 1st, ist-n. ,
For the llrst of May, Ihe weather Is tin
usual (or tlil section of the country
From the time of our last Is-uu of the '
Pilce Current until Sunday uioiulug, It
was clear, warm and pleasant. On Sun
day morning rain began falling, and con
tinued to come down until night. 'IV
day It Is cloudy ami cool cooler than It
has been since the spring weather set In,
and overcoats nre worn with comfort.
Tho rivers are declining slowly and
will j-ooii be down to their regular stage.
there has been very little change in
the general business of the city. Lvcry
tliing is i cry qui'o.
Hour Is reported weaker, wllh stocks
lu good supply, and u demand that Is
very moderate. Common and mixed
hay Is very dull; the market Is lull of
these grades, but strictly choice Is scarce,
aud It is believed by dealers that a limi
ted amount would sell very well. The
demand for corn Is getting better; the
supply Is fair ; prices are unchanged.
O.its aru very dull; they have declined lu
price lu New Oilcan.-, and the shipping
demand lies coii-cquenlly fallen oil.
There aro not many hole, but Ihe supply
Is equal to the wants. City meal Is in
gootl supply ; the demand Is fair, with
price" firmer; country is in good supply
aud dull. Hran Is very dull; the supply
Is good. The old supply of butler Is
very much reduced, and fresh grass but
ter from Southern Illinois is beginning to
arrive; price- are unchanged. Kgga are
lu good supply and the demand Is mod
erate. There Is a very good demand for
poultry. It Is scarce. Choice apples are
all out ot the market, and there Is a very
good demand lor them. Rhubarb Is lu
gootl supply ; It Is selling very well.
C?Our filends should bear In mind
that the prices hero given are usually
for sales from llrst hands In round lots.
lu illllng orders and fur broken lots it Is
necessary lo charge an advance over
The market Is very quiet. Stocks arc
dull, but the demand Is light. Prices are
represented to bo weaker. We note the
sales of 200 bbls various grades, $1 25
7 00 ; 300 bbls various grades, $3 50
0 75,; lU0bbls,$5; TOO bbls various grades,
$S 51X5,0 25 ; 1200 bbls various gratles.
$:i 75(S 50 ; 100 bbls various grides,
$1 5C7 00.
The market Is very dull. Very little
Is being sold, anil Ihe market Is full of
common and mixed. Wo note the -alu
of l car choice, $15.
The demand for corn Is reported bet
ter, but prices are ttuchtuged. Thosuply
is light. We note the s.ale of 1 ear wiiite
In bulk, I le ; !IC0 sacks white, 50e.
The market Is very thill. The supply
is equal to the demand, notwithstanding
receipts have been Unlit. '1 ho only sale
reported was that of 150 sacks mixed,
City meal is reported linn with a good
supply and moderate demand. Country
is dull with a good supply. Nilos noted
were 200 bbls city steam dried, $2 HO
2 35; 150 bbls city steam dried, $2 250'1
2 30; 200 bbls country, $2 15.
Hran is dull. Thero is very llitlu in
quiry for it. We note Iho sate of 150
sacks, $12 50.
1! u Iter U in good supply with a moder
ate demand. Prices aru unchanged. We
note the sale of 3 buckets Northern, 20c;
5 tubs choice Northern, 25c; 5 tubs white
Kggs are hi good .supply. Thudeniand
Is moderate. We note the sale of 12 pkgs.
12Jc; I pkgs, 12lc; 5 pkgs, 21c.
There Is not much poultry lu the mar
ket, and tho demand Is very good. We
note the sale of 2 coops hens, $J, por
do..; 2 coops hens, $1.
Rhubarb Is hi good supply, and Is sell
ing verv well. We note the sale ol 000
We nolu the sale of 15 boxes Lattlng's
The inatkot Is bare ot strictly choice
apples. Tlieru Is a very good demand
for ttiein at good prices.
We quoin salt lu ear load lots, $1 00 ;
less than ear load lots, $1 75.
I1IDKS AND FURS.
Hides ami furs are quid at quotations.
Hii)i:s-Dry flint, 1212.Jc; dry salted,
0Jl0e; green salted, 5J(J,0i); damaged,
Fnis-IItaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
$1 50; No. 3$l; No. I 50c. Oiler No.
ISO: No. 2$1: No. 3 $2: No. 1 $1.
Mluk No. 1 $1; No. 2 75e: No. 3 50,:;
No. I 10c. haceoou-No. 1 70c; No. 2
I0e; No. 3 20e; No. I 10c. .SkunK- Mi.
IS5 No. 2 00e: No. 3 30o: No. I 15e.
Fox lirai No. 1 SI : No. 2 75e . No. 3
50e; roil iox No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 73e.
Opossum No. 1 lOo; No. 2 So; No. 3
5c. Mu.krat-No. 120o; No. 2 l.V; No.
3 10c. Hoar No. I $10: No. 2 $7; .No.
$3; No. I$l. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2 50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No. 3 $1 ; No. 1 75c;
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 $1 25; No. 2 .V)e.
Wild fat 23c. tlou-ef.it 10e. Had-jor
Siiur.i- Pi:i.t Ciieen 75i0ji$l 00; dry
lOQOOo; shearlings lO'.fi'JOc.
We quote Paradise ami Ml. Carbon on
track, lump. $3 ; nut. $2; delivered ear
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75;
delivered per sluglu ton, lump, $1 i
$3 25; Ratlin or llarrlsburg eoal on
track per oar load. lump. $27; not. H;
delivered per Ion, $3 50 ; pntslmrli coal
ear loads on track, $3 50 per ion ; single
ton, delivered, $0. t
ok Tin' '
liy or fniro,
colored mid varnished, for tnlo at hall
price ($3,50) at the Huu.ktin olllce.
U'aii t)!rAn-ti!T. IttTtP Itxronr,
May i ;s;n
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Ililow lildi WMliruf 1TI.
-lAMKS W AVION,
'l'ili Shrnal Srrvlr. f, sj. 4
I'urt I. 111.
Steamer .las. l-'lsk, Padueali.
" G rami Lake, barges, St. Louis.
" Yellow Stone. Ohio river.
" Foiitcuuel,St. LotiN.
" foal Hill and tow, Pittsburg.
Robert Mitchell, New Orleans.
" Kddyillte, Nashville.
Steamer .las. Flk, Padueah.
" Grand Lake, b.trges. N. O.
" Yellowstone. Yellowstone.
" Foutennel, Pittsburg.
" foal Hilt aud tow, St. Louis.
" Ashland. Arkansas ilvcr.
" Robert Mitchell. Cincinnati.
" Charley Hrotvn, Louisville.
The gauge showed .'Ml feet 2 Inches
la-l evening. The decline In the twenty
lour hours ending at 5 o'cIock was 11
Hiisiness was very quiet.
The weather was cloudy and tisus
tully eool lor this sea-on of the year.
The Ktldyvllle came In trom Nash,
vllle with 134 ldidsor tobacco and a fair
cargo of other freight. She went back
with a very moderate trip. The tobacco
goes to New Oilcan-.
The dim Fl"k had a fair trip from
Padueah, including in her cargo was 43
hlids ol tobacco for New Orleans.
The Flsk l the packet for Padueah
this evening. She lcavqs at live o'clock,
The Foutennel pa-scd up from Si.
Loul- for Pittsburg, wllh a gootl trip.
She got nothing here.
-The Coal Hill passed down the Ohio
for St. Louis with two barges lire brick,
one barge coke.aud three barges miscel
The Ashland, from Cincinnati, was
well laden for the Arkansas river. She
got nothing here
The Charley Hrown brought 13 boats
of coal from Pittsburg, and returned to
Louisville. The eoal goes to St. Louis.
The Robert Mitchell passed up from
New Orleans with a lair cargo ot sugar,
molasses, empty barrels, cotlon, etc.
She also had 350 alligators, 250 canary
birds and 11 sharks. The largest of the
alligators weighed 1.300 pounds. They
go to Cincinnati, anil are Intended for ex
hibition hi the North.
The Grand Lake passmi down with a
big trip. She bail 3 freight barges, 1
barge of Ice and a fuel barge.
The Yellow Stone pxscd this port
for the Yellow Stone river with a good
trip. She" goes Into the Yellow Stone
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries !
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 finds New Orfoans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolfnr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
ASt) OTIIKH VltODUCK.
CM, 70 null 71 Vino Mrrrl, UIX., .
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Padueah, Shawnootown, Evans
villo, Louisvillo, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
Tin- elt'Kuiit llile-whctt strain r
1 1 in Ilun-Aitn Mutrr.
Waltkii II. I'knniniitox Clerk,
Will It-live I'vmiivlllu for Cairo vtrr TUES-
D.IY uml l-'ltll'A Y nt I o'clock li. lu.
Will li-nve Cniroeviry W'KDNK.SDAVnnilSAT-
Tin- i-lrj-nnt ide-wlici atcAnit-r
lulls (ioir .....Mslfr
Mat. M'iu.uxi Clerk.
I'uvr Kmunvllle for Culm ,-u-rv tVKDXKi!.
lauTi-n Culro every rilUIWlMVuml SUNDAY
uteri, m. ,
Each boat mnVt-s clo connection! at Cairo
Willi llm-dan tinmi-n for -St. IjiuU, Mcm
Hil nml New Orli-aiii. ami al Ki)vlll Willi
ihe I:. A. C It. It lor nil xlii!i North anil Kut.
ami Willi ll.o I-ouUvllle .Mull Sii-munn foall
ulnt on Hie L'l'-fr OUlo, kIWii turiiuyu re
vli.ls un frrigltU nml --iiKrr lo all yolnU
t or in tin r Inforni ill'iii "I'l'lj to
Mil,. sll.VKIi, VimM mi! r Asrnl.
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,1 ,M. I-IIILUI'S, 'JAUsiiU.
Ol io U. J. tlltAMMElt,
iiiKtliiliiKliiit anil flcnt-ral Pralyht A grot,
lii-l-hlr Ktannvllle Indiana. '
Straw 2 Felt Works
JM S. fllliNlrt-cl, Kl. LiMti, Mn,
tailln CbUWuhinr nl nflli IV Ml- BLEACH.
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roral. (lmr-al-liiniruU,c;,". n.t
lor 1'1.4-e. li--W Willi