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KnleliU of l')tlil, ihhH cery Fri
day niirht at hair-put mm, in Odd
Kellowa' Hall. Hows,
AIJCXANDKII I.OD0K, NO. "M.
JBfMMb lmlfTn.1nt Onlcr of 'l';f'T
fjEHp Iowa, meets every itiurwlay "i
HP nt half -past neeeu. In llirlr 1ml I on
.itnineirlul menu, bi tw.-u nx
(Prl, Cm I.AHit, N II
. .uiO-ll rVllowa' Hall on (Im- llrataiiJ thiol
u jil i In every month, at half-iiit MY'1
'"'J Udoman, 01'
ju" I Wlidl.OIIUK.NO VT7.A.K AA.il.
yK Hul l iynlnr eoniiniinlrtloi.s In Ma
Xj('iiIS Hull, eomer Commercial atiiiui
' r't..l Klirlilli Hurt, on the seioi.U ami
iiiih Monday of each month
White yowls nnil lliii ii'. Including nil
LI111W of white wear Tor suits for ladles
and children, nt lliirger .1 (Vs. 'I'll'!
ptlecsof these goods arc extremely low,
nml the stock Is a mint ntttaetlve one.
II ii rrali for liable.
Sleeping carriages and prcauihulainrs,
ror babies ol nil sles. at prices ranging
Horn Vi fiO to $25, nt Win. Klchhoir fur
niture lactory. comer Seventeenth street
nnil Washington archiio. l-U-lni
IJciilH' 1'nriilslilim (JihmI.
.1. lliirger .Wo., have added to their
stock thin spring one ol' the ilnest selcc
lions ot gent-1 lnrntshlng goods 'v''''
brought to thU city. Oentlcmcn are In
vltfil to nail nnil examine jtocmIs before
TInl.'eiilciinlal llefrigeratw thi-lateM
iiiiprnvi-im-iit.ii.il tin4 b'-st ,,v,'r made;
nlo a llin- assortment of hardware nml
cutlery at greatly reduced price, al A.
Halley. So. U' Commercial avenue.
ltlbbon, fans and paraol, latest -tyle
uml lowest prices fur '.ale nt lliirger A;
t n'. Al-oan cipiIII-lot or rai-lMiicro
nml f-i-iu t!"i, In tli- nr-wc-t ! Jjiii-.
linrcf ( o. liaw- alu-atitlfiil nsott
nii'tit of ilres ooil ol all KlniU, nml
pilk. MiiiiuiTi-lllia -i" low a flxty --nt
(xryanl. Tlice nru .plciii1nl larnln.
Call anil m:u tlietn liefoic tlicni'li.
For a rlc-a ; Miaw. a lit-lilonaliU-lialr-t
nt. or a tlioroui-li cliamiioo, (-o to .1.
(irorir.! Sti-llilioui; on Ki-jlith -trirt,
Alcxamkr County Vunk lmlldlii''. HI
gimp 1 alwny." neat ; lilt towels ahvnyn
i lean : hN :iltonts always polite, anil
hU tahles covereil with the lates-t ilally
pa)ers, (orthu bcnctltof Ills ciiMmncri,
We lll nay no WIN eontrnctol by any
.nnploye of Tun Ul-li.ktin, mile." the.
same U mailu on a written order slpiid
hv the na-ldenl or secretary of the com
tiany, and we will aceept no orders lven
uy nil i-iiipioju "v: i.nimiij i j
CaIUO llei.LKTI.N- t'OMI-AXV.
Xoveinl-er 10. 1ST.'.. tt
WiO Book AKcnt
Wanted hi llllnlot lor the new 11111
trated Thistle Kdlllon of .Sir Walter
cott'' Waverly novel-" and other popu
lar publications. I.Heral Indtiei-nientfi to
"ood agents. .Send lor circular and
Terms to W. II. KuMon A Co.. 12." Clark
Mreet. Koom 71'. fhU':i"0. .27-eotl-lin
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander enmity land-', Cairo lot'
in exchange lor .St. I.ouN property
Tin- south hall of the "I'ihil" hoie tit
Cotta-'eon Fourteenth tei(ol.norlh
vH of Wn'-hln-'tou avenue, jl I
-Cottaj-e on Twentl-lh -tuet, w-t oj
WanliiKloii r, venue. $10.
-Dwelling hoiweon Cro 'lieet, we
ol WaOiliiKton avenue.
- House on Ninth Mitel, bitwtcn Wal
nut and Cedar tin et. lately oeeupied hy
.1 Sehlelni:er, $!."'.
r.ulliesshoil'e nil l.eee.ttreet, above
A "ood cotta-re on Tweiity-N'iuth
lreet, near Commercial avenue.
Store loom nil Coiiiiiicrciftl aenm
next.to Waverly hotel, 510.
Collage of I rooms on Twenty-thii
Mieet. $fi. (iood yard nml clMeru.
Good dwellln-' houe ou Walnut, lx
tween Twentv-sceoml ami Tweuty-th-rd
Store-room eorner Tweiillelh and
I'oplar street-", SI 2 "id.
Store room adjoining above, $n.
llonio on Widuiil atn-ei, near Ceuler
pleasant premNen, $12 fiO.
Ilou-e on Commerelal avenue, near
lUth street. Suiialilu for lniliu nml
Tenements numbereil 7, S ami
!i, Winter's ltow, ft rooms eaeh for $10
pot- tnolith. Will he put In llrst-chnn
Stoie room In "I'ilot lloii'e," lately
..eeupled Uy A. Ilulley.
Dwelling hniiio on Sixth street ami
.lell'er-ou avennu $10.
Orphan Ayluni lmlldlii"; nml pienii
tea. Kent low, to n -,'ood ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, 12a niouili.
rtooms in various parts ot the city.
FOII I.KASKOIt SALK.
-Lauds, in tracts lo suit, near Cilrn.
HoMi-.riuxii Nkw. The lightning, re
eiproeatlng, tin chum and egg beater,
the latest nml the best ever made, at A.
Hnlley'H. who Is now selling his large
stock ul stoves, tin ami litltlnim wine at
greatly reduced prleoi. (live him a call
beiore you purehnse, 115 Commerelnl av
Hkk horn. c. hoch, at his shop and
store room, No. 1)0 Commercial avenue,
lias for sale a stock of boots nnd shoes of
his own mnke ; nho a lull stock of leather
and tlndlngs lor sale; nml a
large stock of St. Lou's cus
tom mndo boots imd shoes. lln
keeps the best material nnd is up In all
the latest styles. Ills Ills nru perfect, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Olvo ; him a
Wo an-nilthorirt-il lo iiniiiiiinre JOHN II.
Itoltl.SMIN in aramllilA'r fur Mii-rin"of Ale-
w Icr con My, at tlic romhiR rotiniy ruction,
Wi iiif iiiillinriv.t tnaiiiiiiunri' that It. A. t.il-
luuiiihiin la an IikIi irflnlnil l!ci,lililicaii cuiiill-
iluli' lor ninrlll, at tin-enliilni: count? election.
W an- Hiilliorli.il toaiiiimititr I'KI KM 8A tT,
lor u n liulf iinnlriil (aiiillilntp I'm Micrltrof Al
etamh-i county, at tin- eneiilnK county iIh tloti
it att.h or Aivi:uriNi..
I3AH bill! for iMlrfrlMinK, aledil' ami i-
Ml' IN AtlVANi:!
lianrlciit Ii'lvnllsinK "lll brliiMittkl at tlii
rati' of 11 10 iit fiiare for llif llrrt InM-rtlun
ami it) i cuts for cacti uli!iiiitnt oni A IUm ral
llnrooiil will br roaili- on alainllng ami ilil
For liiMTling Kiuural nolln- i .u i
im tluK of eoclrtlei or aii-rt-1 orili'M fruit for
Clmirli, Soclrtr, Fillal ami Su.jt notlna
Mill only In- hiMTtnl a ailvi'ttlM incnta
No aiUfrtlKftiifiit will rfo-lvnl al n tlun
SDmiIi, Hint no H'Hrrlli nu nt will ! Iii-nliil
for li-a than llini- ilollnn irninntli
Local Bunliifiaii Notlcea. of
ton line or more, maoriou
In thn Uullotin un follows ;
ComtnoECo Counting at ten Lines.
Ono Inaortton per line " CeutB
Two Insertions per lluu 7 Cents
Tbreo Insertions porllue, . 10 Cents
Six Insertions per line 16 Ccntn
Two weeks per lino . 25 Couts
Ono month per line. . lift Cents
No Reduction will be mndo In above
WKDNTSDAV. MAY :t, l-7rt.
l.oenl Weill uer Keport.
iJaiiio, III., Ma .', Ii7'..
IIaii. I Tint. I WIKO. I Vvi.. nUitil.
M.oji 4. N I M Clou'ly.
t p. in
M I N . H .In
A3 4 ' N ' IT 'In
Si rci.inl, .Mgnal erle, IJ. i A
lit-l received by lloldstlne
Fresh arrival ol a very large a-'sort
meiit ol ladle' and geutV kid gloves at
llurger .1 Co. :i-21-ll
I.luen tibre, plate tltilsh, letter and note
paper at the IIu.i.kt in olllee. Mine ami
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
Jiilililrre l.ne mill .et Hunt.
Cnfhmerc lace and netting, a splendid
t'-ortment, certain to pieae Hie lames,
just In, nt.l. lliirger & Co. Ml-lf
A beautiful line of new embroideries
ust received by the recognized "embroid-
ry house'' of Cairo .). lliirger sV: Co.
Ladles' linen and alpaca suits, bcautl-
lully made and etylUhly trimmed, for
saleat .1. llurger ,V CoV. These- suits
are sellintr as low as material can be
bought In this city. Call and sec them,
llinlti'ncprrt. Allen Hon.
Do you know that .1. Iturger & Co. are
in receipt of a lu.iguilleeut line of cmet
and oil clothes, all the very lateM style
and de-Igns ': The llrst arrival of the sea
son. Stop hi nnd examine their stock.
House 'iiriillilii Jioil,
This department nt.l. Uurger A: Co,
store on Commercial avenue, contains
toek ot tanle lincn, towels napkins,
marellles oullts, etc., etc., which will tie-
light the eye of every housekeeper
These goods are ollered at panic prices
and will go off like hot cakes.
Phil Sanp has renovated and relur-
nl-lied hl Ice cream parlors throughout
with conly fumituru and line carpet ,
making it one of tastiest and pleasauest
places of reoti in the city, when- pure
Ice creams nfall llavors and pure quality
will be kept every day for his patron
Washington avenue, Iluder's block.
A. 11 ii.i.kv. - A tlnelot ot table and
pocket cutlery, also spades, shovels.
hoes, takes, forks.nxes and a general line
of hardware just received by A. Halley,
1 1.1 Commercial avenue. 'J-lS-Iliu,
A .No. I l.miuilry.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, lie.
tween Wifhiiigton mid Commercial ave;
nues, has one of tin- best conducted laun
dry establishments in the .-ity.aiul lanil
lords ot hotels ami boarding houses will
ilml It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follow: Hotel
anil lioai'illiiL'-hnu-i- washing 75 cents
per doen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 15c; per
dozen, S-Oe; socks, 5o; two collars, 5c
two handkerchief, ilc; vests, 20e; and
all gentlemen's wear, SOe. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 2.1c; calico
ilreski.K with extra trimming. 50o; while
dresses, $1 2.1c ; ladies' underware, line
nnd coarse, SI IK) per tioi-n. i-j i-h.
I iirullure-1 lienp.
Win. Klchholfhas bift tilled his ware
house mid factory, corner of 17th street
and Washington avenue, with the
largest stock and most complete variety
of furniture ever ollered in the Cairo
market, lie means business, mid will
sell lor cah only at rock bottom llgures.
It Is only neccary to examine his slock
nnd prices lo satl-fy yourselves as to
quality nnd cheapness, and that noie is
Ihellme to buy. 1-12 lm
Colored and mounted -Maps ot the
cltyot ('alio at $2 60 eneh (halt price.) e,
- -A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shutt 1
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnl.-h,
valued at $85. Will besom at. quills
count, on good terms, mid ordered direct
from the factory.
A .?!H) Itemlngton Sewing Machine
;I0 oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
hoot and shoo manufacturer.
For any of the abovu nrtlcles.apply at
Ihelliu.i.KTrN olllee. K. A. hi'unki i.
Thirty lliou'lilld il'l leeelved ill the
.lust received hy Harden x Dewey :w
bnrieli choice Northern apple. Store
room dl Ohio levee old Maml of .Math
Two eoinmiiiilcallons wcie itcelednt
the Hl-li i.ri.N olllre yesterday, hut too
laiefot publication. They will nppenr
The next open air conceit
place on Friday iilk'ht. It will
at the lip-town Maml, hy (he
ot net baud,
.Ne, tlllll ll-m.
Hnlllday llrothers have moved their
olllee Iroiu their old quarters over the
Adams Kpres olllee, to their ware-
Iioiih- opposite the SI. Charle.s hotel.
Hit I'or (lie ','nleiinliil.
( entennlal U'ket, by nil routes, are
now on sale nt the Illinois Central ticket
.":i-:tt. (leneral Southern Airent.
ThUtlewood it Co., having removed
from their old stand near the Stone tie
pot, will hcn-altcr he found nt No. 7S
Ohio levee, heielofnie oeeupied hy Puce,
Flllott.x Co. .V2-:it.
A nicetlni: of the Cairo Ca'lno will be
held this iWcduoHl.iy) evening. In the
new hall on Kililh Mreet. IJy order of
tbeprei-lilent. ( iia. Ili:i.riticii,
'tiiiemKi- litr Mole.
Cooper shop, barrel house, dwelling
hou-e and three lot', all fenced nml with
good gates, AIo lull stock of tools for
all kinds pf work. The whole will be
sold very cheap. Apply at shop near
Nairow flange depot, fool of Fourth
at. Charles. M. K. MeKlany, Cincin
nati ; M. Warner, St. J.oitis; cnaries i,.
Prior, New Orleans; S. Urown, (inllatln,
Teiin.; I.. W. Cook, r.S. A.; S. Ii. Ser-
cy. .illoun : is. . nnrru, iiii-iuii.
Martin llolllnger, Terre Haute; Iliomas
Wood, Michigan; David Henry, .Miehl-
.lust received, a large stock ol bbaw s
Refrigerators, ami White .Mountain triple
motion. Icecream freezers ; also u large
sminlv of wins screen cloth for doors
and windows, all at rock-bottom price-
C. W. llKNI'l'.lisoV.
Corner 12th street anu uoinmercia
For the lungs, stands alone ns a remedy
I'or coughs, colds, asthma, and all diseases
ol the throat and lungs, it will cure
where other remedies alleviate, and alle
viate where others fall entirely. '1 ry one
little of it on n had cough, and sec.
Tliere Is not lim' so L'ood nnu cennin.
Prii.. l 00. Sold everywhere. 5-3U-W
A .Nh I'lrm.
We nn'.lerstnnd from a reliable tource,
tliat a large wholesale groceiy home Is to
lie. conducted under the firm name of
Friebttrg , Co. The biick buildlu;
owned by Mrs, Scott bite, on the coi
ner ol Sixth nnd Ohio levee has been
rented for the purpose, mid the establish
llshment will bo opened within a short
time. The store, we are told, Is to bo a
branch ola large wholesale house in New-
York ( lty.
Till XenlcM "I lilnic nut
Is tbe now two bundled page price list
just Issued bv the F.xcclslor Mauuiactur
hi" Co. ot St. Louis, very convenient In
shape and le. and contains the price
and engravings of eveiy article used or
old bv tin and Moye dealers, as well ns a
large number of u-efnl tnbles of weights
and measuicK, nml other Infoimation that
Is "handy lo have" and will be valuable
to all classes of buslne-s men. Sent Iree,
Addiess F.M-clsior Mauulacturing Co,.
St. Louis. Mo. It
The ladies of the Church ol the l!e-
ilecmer have resumed their regular
monthly parlor concerts. The llrst since
Lent will take place at the llectory, on
Seventh street, to-morrow night. 1 ho
beM musical talent in the city will take
part In the concert, and It promises to be
. . . , ..i . .. ..
a verv interesting ami pieii-iuu iiu:iu.
The programme for the evening's enter
tainment will be found elsewhere in this
issue of the Hi-i.i.kiin.
The time ol Judge Hross as a police
magistrate of this city, expired on last
Saturday. He was one ol the nioM elll
elent and popular otlicers that has ever
held an olllee of this kind In Cairo, and
would have no trouble, It Is the opinion
ol all, to again be elected to the position
were lie uiain to ask it, but ns the police
business has dwindled down to alinoM
nothing, It Is a very unpleasant 'and tin
yielding one, and we do not know
whether he will consider It worth whllo
to try it or not.
rim following Is the programme lor
the parlor concert to he given at the rest
deuce ot the' Itev. Mr. fSllbcrt to-morrow
1 Solo "La (laza Lndra," lloyuton
Smith Miss F.lla Itobblus.
2 Duett "Snv Once Again, I Lovo
Thee." Donizetti Mrs. D. Axtel nnd
Il-Solo "ltoblu Adair," Scotch llallad
Mrs. ,1. M. Lnustlcn.
ii Solo Instrumental Mrs. Lansilen.
tlSolo "Llblamo, llTravlatn," Verdi
Mrs. W. P. Wright.
7i)uctt "Holy .Mother, uuiiie his
Footsteps," "Mai-ltaiia Mrs. J. M.
Lausden nnd Mrs. Win. Winter.
8Solo-"Onllv Chant the Summer
lllrds" Mrs.'D. Axtel.
O-Solo -Mr. W. H. .Morris.
On v.teidny inornln between lour
and live o'clock, onieers O'Malley iitul
Urown went to the corner ol niimt and
Sixth street to wke n j;entleiii.iii. who
had re'iiiested thciif to do nt the nljrht
previous. As they were returuhiir to
Washington avenue, they met twoyouni;
men with a sack, nnd n?ked where
they were oiig. They received an nti
swer to the etfi-ct that the two were going
to the depot to leave town, and passed
on, Alter thlnkhtsr the matter over, the
ofllcers came to the conclusion that there
was something: wronjr. nnd started
In pundit of the mon, whom
they nrresteil. They found the
sacks contained eleven boxes
of cigars, nnd In the pockets of (lie men
weiefoitml u lot of script, mostly ten cent
pieces, nnd a lot of Mlvcr and nickels, and
two large carpenter's chlse!. The two
men were put in Jail. Alter day break,
it came to light that John Tanner's gro
cery store, on Commercial avenue, had
been htirglarl.cd, and that the entrance
to the store had been made by the prizing
open of the door with chisels. A lot ot
cigars were missing, nnd also all the
change lea In the till the night previous.
The men arrested by Urown nnd O'Mea
ley were at once get dow n as the bur
glars, and were given a t.Mal yesterday
afternoon bolore.luitlccC, ,imlngs. They
gave their names ns Charley Williams
and John Welsh, nnd declared that the
eivars had been given them by other par
ties, who paid them the suipt and
silver found ution them it they would
carry them to the depot. They ny that
the chlels were n.Uo handed them when
they took the cigars. They were held In
live hundred dollars hall, and sent to jail
to await the action ol the circuit court.
To -l'ounlr Neliiml,"
Now. really, my friend, you are- too
hard ou a lellow. Your '.-entiments" an
cruel and your criticisms merciless.
Have you no compassion? not even on
the teachers ol the public schools? Wns
It not -ulllcleut for our fiendish purpose
that you "squelch" "we three," without
condemning the innocent teachers to
"hods" and "washtub?'' Cruel, cruel
mortal! And to hlghten the heartless
ncss of your cold-blooded calculations
you "protest mat tney line teacnersj
shall gain a livelihood while they attend
hl"ht schools maintained for the purpose
of letting them acquire the rudiments of
an F.nglUh education," with them same
linnllments of Industry the hod and
washtub. Wai It under these conditions
friend "C. S." that you acquired the little
learning that Is a dangerous thing?
Could you be Induced to descend Irom
vour temple of knowledge, to show the
three W. W. W. wherein they are "Igno
rant of the KnglUh language?" In your
Ineffectual attempt to do this, you have
shown only that "William" alone was
guilty of omitting a single pronoun in a
paragraph, that the dullest Intellect hail
readily supplied. Tills offense was. per
baps. thc fault of the writer, but may
haveliccn the fault ot a tired printer or n
sleepy proof reader of the morning pa
per. However, It may huve been
omitted ; '.It was n matter of no conse
quence. If convenient, triend "C. S.,"
will you show the connection Dutween
a grammatical crrorand tny"sentlmciits?"
My "sentiments" are unchanged, even
though the fault were mine lint the "per
sonal pronoun he, third person, singular
number, masculine gender," and '-stand-
in'' for and Instead of" Prot. fi. C. Al-
vord, were omitted. And If your object
ns. or Is. lo draw the attention or" II-
llain," "Wlllielm"or'-Wlllielinliia" Irom
the school question to'yoti. you have hut
to exercise patience to lind out you have
not suceeedtd. Ignorant though we innv
be, and doubtless are, compared lo many,
wc know enough to express our opinions
so that they are understood, on the puo
lie school question, however you may
fain to not comprehend us. Now triend
"P. S." mount your grammatical "rosl
nanle" nnd gallop off to other Ileitis to
conquer ami let us poor mortals rest In
peace; and with the happy conviction
that we may survive all such attacks as
May 2, 1870.
liohiir lo Knntnt or (Jolorittlu
Take the Atchison, Topeka ami Santa
Ft- railroad, the new and popular Hue
from Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City,
Cucliarus, Del Norte, Santa Fe and all
points In Colorado, New .Mexico and
Arizona. Special round tilp M day tick
ets to Denver on sale May Kith, nt f 50,
taking In the famous watering places on
Iho D. & 15. fi. road. Low emigrant
rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
the Missouri river and the liocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
matin nt Kansas City and Atchison in
union depots. For mnir. tlnio tables
nnd the "San Juan guide," ndddress,
J . .1. ANPKItSON,
fien. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
iJre.il lliuikriiil Nnle.
Now Is your last chanco lo get your
goods at less than cost, as 1 have bought
the whole bankrupt stock of Hcllbron &
Well, consisting ol dry goods, notions,
clothing, etc.. at such low prices that en
ables, me to give everybody bargains that
will satisfy even the hardest customer.
I ,will continue tho business nt the old
stand ot llellbron & Well only tor thirty
days longer, nnd all the goods must he
soid wllhlu that lime on account of re
moval. He on hand in time, before all
the bargains are gone, as I mean busi
ness. Solomon Pabkiiia, ol Un.
1-5-1 in H2 Commercial ayenue.
,Ii:st ItKCHivrn' A. Halley has just
received a line lot of canary and mock-
iinr bird caws. Mower stands, llower
trAlnera. tiu.kfts. archer, hearts nml
wreathes, which Im has marked very low,
at 115 Commercial avenue. 2-18-:im.
rlly r Culm,
eolon-tl and varnished, for sale at hall
price ($2.50) at the Hui.I.ktin olllee.
Kilty cent', nt Winter's fiallcry. -.2-2:1-1
The slpe wnlcr tins fallen about (If.
Special bargains In inulltis at Hold
stlno & llosenwatcr's. :i.2H-tf
F.xcurilon tickets over the Oraiid
Trunk railroad tire now cm sale tit the I.
C. IM!. depot.
-Summer jeans for children's cloth
ing at. 5-2-2t O, llAYTitonN- A f.o.
Tin.-ladles of the Church of the lie-
leemcr (jive their first parlor concert,
since before Lent, nt the rectory, on
jeventh street, to-morrow night.
i ou will do well to examine tlio'tock
of bleached cottons at
5-2-21 O. Havtuoiis A Co.
John Tanner, the Washington avenue
grocer, seems to bo. the victim of nil the
thlevei and burglars who strike this city.
Ills est-tbllshmcnt has hen Inirglaried
twice within two months, ami about one
hundred and fifty dollars worth of goods
and money taken.
You are losing money If you do not
buy your shoes of
2-21 O. IIaytiihIi.s iv Co.
-"Nonplut" Is still uneasy, nnd wants
to know what becomes of the money that
has been received by the Centennial As
sociation. Can't ome of the members of
that association enlighten him.
We bought our dry goods alter tin-
decline, nnd will sell accordingly.
l-2-2t O. Haytiioiis A ( n.
-A poitlon of Kotliehlld Co.'s cir
cus nml menagerie was attached nt I mi
Quoin a lew days ago for defacing prop.
erty hy posting their bills ; but the mat
ter was. straightened tip. and Hie show is
ignin on the road.
Mens', boys' and youths' hats In
great variety, ami cheaper limn any when
else, can lie found at
.1-2-21. O. IlAVriioUN v Co.
Shcrlfl Irvin on Monday ordered two
white and one colored confidence men
out of lown. They had made several at
tempts to rope unsuspecting people In,
but failed, and it was thought best to get
rid ol them beiore they were successful
In ilicciiig someone.
A splendid selection of cheviots just
received at fiohlstlue A- Jtoscnwater's.
The Taylor Literary Club will an
nounce the time for their next entertain
meiit within a tew days. They nre hold
lug oil' until oyery man who Is to appear
h.ts bcconlo perfect In his part, ns they
propose making this, their last ellbrtlu
the line of minstrelsy, the grandest suc
cess In tbe way ot hutue shows, that has
ever been seen In this city.
And now while the rush Is going on
at O. Hay thorn it Co., let nil supply
themselves with good goods at low prices.
I he Carbondale Odd Fellow s have a
giand celebration on the th in't. to
morrow. A number ol the most prom
inent members of the order In this Slate
will be tliere, among whom arc the Hon.
'Thomas Net-dies, of Nashville; Judge
Uross and Mr. Oberly, ol this cltv, and
many others. The Hon. (leorge W.
Wcudllng, who on one other occasion de
livered at Carbondale bis celebrated lec
ture entitled the "Stone Kzcl," will he the
principal speaker of the day.
licmember that O. Hayihorn it Co.
have (ust opened the largest and cheap
est line of shoes ever ollered In Calm. 5.
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
JONVEYANCEBS, NOTABIES PUBLIC
Land Aenta of the Illinois Central ami
Durllnutoir outl kiulncy It. H.
-Iltislness House lately occupied by
Wood Itlttenboiise & Co., on Levee be
low I lib streel. Kelt very-reasonable.
Dwelling houe, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, in good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut streets. Kent low to
n good tenant.
Two tenements on west side of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Pent for eaeh, $3
Dwelling house, 5 rooms, on Fifth
street near Walnut, In good repair. Kent
$12.50 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-llrst street, near Sycamore
north side. Kent $.1, per month.
Two small houses, northwest eorner
Fifteenth ami Popular. Kent low.
llaenieut of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near F.lghtcenth
street, live itloms in good eoildltioill
llnllilhiL' on east side of Connnerclal
avenue, near 'Tenth street, suitable fur
panic ntcr slinti. Cheap rent.
Hulldliig on west side of Commerelnl
avenue, near T weiiiu street, mo nj
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, otllces and rooms in vari
ous lacaltons. Keiits low.
Lots nnd lands for sale or lease.
Jons Q. HaiimaN it Co.,
Heal "'statu Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. :t-1.1-tf
Mr. Jackel, at the Thalia saloon, Is
nrenared to set beloin his friends and
customers tho most palilalia! ami delicious
iii-ink ever mettared at any saloon In
Cairo. Asperula Odorata, a plant which
L'rowslna few of the Northern Mates
and In portions of F.urope, together with
orange sliced, is piaeeii in iwnne wine,
the wlnoextractlng thellavorot tho herb
which imparts to It a most pleasant and
delicious Mayor. Mr. Jaeckel has secured
a (piautity ofllils hub from Kelly Island,
and Is now prepared to furnish wine as
above slated. He will continue lo sup
ply his customer with the drink during
tho month ot May, or as long as tho plant
is In season. Miuf Jullps are no w here
compared to this drink.
HaOAnMM aIinoij.v IUi-m preserves anil
.restore- the complexion ; remove freck
i,,j ton nml Kiiiinwiicss : iiinkei thu skin
soli, whllo and delicate. Its application
cannot be detected. .i-io ii.vwiy
Waii DirABTMitT, ltivi. Iltronr,
j rt, im, n. i:f.
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Is 1" -U i
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I'lttobiirsr . .,
rirlnw nlgti wulerof tU
Strgcaiit, Signal gorvlff, 1'. 9. A .
Sle.iiner Jns. I'I'k, Pnilucah.
" John II. Maude. Vlcksburg.
" Heo and barges, Aew Oilcans.
" Polar Star, barges, Tenn. liver.
J.ll. Hlgley, St. Louis.
.Steamer Jus. Flak, Padm-ali.
lice and barges, St. Louis,
John It. Maude, St. Louis.
" Wild Hoy, Ln Clare.
" Polar Star, barge', St. l.oui.
--Then- wns .'1.1 feet ol water on the
gauge last evening. The fall was 1 toot
llusliifss was very quiet.
The weather was cloudy and cool
The famous llltnarck, Captain John
Spane In command and l'os Powell In
the olllee, will be here to-el-iy. lor New
Orleans. And here is a good chance lor
shippers and passengers.
The supeth Arlington, with p!ca-aut
and biilne-s-llke nlHcer. N due to-day,
The llct! and lurgt-s passed npyestcr.
day nfter a successful trip to New Or
leans. The John II. Maude came up from
Vieksburg nnd .Memphis with a good
trip. She put oil here -IS bales of cotton
for the Fast, and some city freight.
The Joseph II. Hlgley came hi from
St. Louis about S o'clock .Monday night.
She tiled lo get away for that port with
2 boats of coal yesterday morning, but
the wind was too strong aniL&he had In
wait until later In Hie day.
The Polar Star passed by with a low
lioin the 'Tennessee liver for St. Louis.
The Jatne.s Flsk had a moderate trip
Irom Padiieah. She leaves again lor that
port tills evening at live o'clock.
For the place to buy lumber cheaply,
go to J. S. Mcfiahey, corner of Twen
tieth street nnd Washington avenue,
where he Is locating his new lumber
yards, and Is now prepared lo furul-di all
kinds of building material. He also of
fers frO.lsjO leet of assorted lumber at the
Wall ,c Knt milts, from $$. $10. $12, and
$1 1 per thousand. Al-o, 20.000 feet ol
flooring, siding, and surfaced lumber at
correspondingly low prices. The lumber
being stained more, less from tbe
late slpe water, he oilers It at the above
lo.v prices. Parlies in need of lumber
will save money by giving him a caJI.'
Terms cash, unless by special arrange
menu. .1-2-1 w.
LyonM Katiiaiiion makes tcautlful,
glo-sj-, luxuriant hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 years. Is charmingly perfumed,
and has no rival. IHlMlAwly
W HOLES ALK AND RETAIL.
IN TITE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Oornar 18th St. nnd Comraiirclril Av,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS I
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
The Gamble Wagon
C AIRO, IIjIoIIVQIB
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
rill! BEST and CHEAPEST WiQOK MAN
MANUPACTOBY, OHIO LEVEE
Noar Thirth-Pourth Stroot
I-nuufttCturos Ills own Horse Shoes and
can Assuro Oood Work.
FOR FARMS I
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL WELD 3.INOH IROK.
.hut l,at la wimteil. ''V'f'JJlViV'o
i-liciiliir to KMfllli: l-OIIIAlll-l- 01t1f;1,'f-
AOENTd AH KKIC'.N POWDEK 00
57 Ohio LAvee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
Sl'KCI Al. altrnlloi irlrrn tocoinljnninils an-l
Tho Fcoplo'3 Remedy.
Tho Universal Fain Ext actor.
Ask for Ponil' Extract.
Tako no other.
"Ili-nr- for I will nwak of rxrrllcnt tlitu(ii
Injiirlrt to JIau or Ilcas-U,
I Kails, llrultrg
NtritlUK, Hprnliif, Contu-
'Frnrf ui-i-s. Lint, I-nctm-)
till or Inciiiil Wounds.
Illeoillni; I.iiiik. or
.Note llleeil.an,! lllnsl-
In l.unia nr Teeth.
ViiniilliiKor lllooil an-l
I'llet IliMillntc l'ilra,
lllliiil I'll.-s, rinlallilile
rulKla, Hwellnl Fate,
lllivtiiinit loin, Hlicuma-
NllirueNH or Horencat,
Lumungo, Ijime iiacc.
Kurt Tnrout orQulnaf,
I Inllanii-.t Tonsils.
I lit, AMIniiH.
Sore or Intlaraeil V.jts a
.Sure Nipples, Inlluinml
ll'nliifiil nr too l'mhota
llillt I.ck. Ovarian l)U
1 rasa ami Tumura.
DCMCnV Gravel anil SlraiiKury.
riC.IVIC.UT,-,HiiiiKn ami h.xoirla-
tlona of Infants, or
Vnrlrosr Vrln, Kn-
I l.irpiil or InllaiiKil Vein.
Ulcers. Olit Suri-J, Inter
Hulls, Carbunrlra. Tu-
INTERN AL''r," "U'l llunlons, Clial-
I'elnii or Wliltloir, Fruit-
1.1 l.ilill,4 ,ip VnltA.
.MunIIIo nilrs. Insert
I sthiKa, Chapinil IIand4,
I'O.MI S I'.XTKACT UroraaleUyallFlrsl
i'liisx ItriiirKlNlw, ami recoiumemleil by
nil UniCKinti, I'liyalcians, anil cverjr
bmly who lin-s ever ul It.
I'liiniililet containing History anil Uaea mall-i-i
tree on uiiillcullon, If not found at your
II rnKlot'rt .
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
New York hoiI Loniloii.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Olass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Abr.tya on liaiut, tlic rvlrbratcl lUiiminatln
A II 1 1 It A Olli.
Oorner Elevsnth Street and Wahiair
St. Oharles Hotol,
PRICES UMll 10 SUIT THE TIMES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Koom and Board, Oil Floor $2,00 Tar Day
Spsolsl Rates by Week or Hontk.
A llinitiil nuiiiWr of very ili-slniM Umlly
room can be si-curtsl at irjionable iatf lurlni
'I In- St t'luu lea In tbe UrgrilniM twt utipolnt-e.lllolt-
In Nmlheru IIIIiioIh, anil Is Hie IfailiiiK
Imtrl In Cairo, Noluhli. lamllnit tilt- "IIkI
Kock" riilticllon In prices, llu- table will, a
usual, 1- UUrully ni.illisl with llif vry tt
of t-vervtlilmr Unit cau Iw fimml in market.
Fine larirr ;inili' rouiim for comiiicri'lal trar-rli-ra,
on itioiinit Ilnor, frte of cliarjre
CfAII eaW"eorKUeatconteji-.l luamiiroia
,e 1,01,1 without Hj-r ,()V CQ
I la-tf. l'roirlctnr.
'I lie 111'Li.i.Tiv iirlntinR
jjMitliiiiiut make, a
imialty of Hill HeiuU,
Note lliails, I.ttler lleiula,
Caul, lllo Ixiok at Iheie prlceit
..iil lii- bill heail. per 10t0.. 3 TO
Mullum ''"I "a-l. Vr tUousauil 3 75
All on fourteen Jtouud paper, Carlisle inlllt,
rut,,! two ctnta per oiiut hlbtr lhau jwipr
ufil by any other otUoc ruleil to onler tn
1 ,iil. i-pi-clally for IliU onicc
I MLiii'iumla. tiirlyslt-. r iw ...... oo
Uller lliiuls, Curlysl, r l",,, '
Note llca.lt. Carlyale. r K'O, 3 "
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