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ASGAI.OS I.ODQK, NO
Ktilght of Pythias, niccU evrry Krl
Kht At half-pant eewii, in OtM
AI.KXANIlttU r.onoK. NO.
, IntlrutiKlrnl (Jithr of OiM-Kcl
Mown. nuvta etrry Ttiurailay tih,'lil
ITWH at tialr-iauitM'trn, In their hull on
Jolniiicrrlnl ATcnue, Irt'lwtfii MXUiniiiJ Ken nth
ml t H.m i.un:, .N u
"IAIUO KNlJAMrJIKSTi I. O. O. K,. mwM
yin(iM-Fi lliiwi' Hall on tlx- llrsluiiil third
i u.'uy in every innnin, nt imir-imt terra
.IN II II tiliHHM s, I'
A UAIIIOI.O Kir . Sd.'iU.A.J', . A. M
m HoM trinlnr r,ininititiliMil.in (n Mm
sonic Hall, eormr Oiiimiiril.il nvniii'
. .. ''!"' uri-ti, on the fciriihil utnl
nut in .'ionii.lv 01 iu.mi tnori III .
White goods nnd IIiimis. liiclmlin all
Muds of while wear fur full.? lor ladir
mid children, nt Hurler A (V, Tin
lirlcra of thesti good nn t ;xl rotmIy low
nml the slock U a innt ntlraetlvo (me.
Illirrnli lur llnlilri.
ilciplinr earrings nml lircainbnlators
for babies ol nil l.e, nt juices ranging
irom ?S iiO to?2.., nt Win. lilclilioll's fur
nlmro Iirtory, coiner Seventeenth street
nml Wa-Oilnjzton avenue. 1-1 Mm
(JrntH I'llriiMlliii; Htmilx.
.1. Hurler A Co., have added to their
stnek this fprlnir one of the lines! selee
lions 01 L'eiit.i' iirnWilnj; cooils ever
brought to thU city, (ientleinen arc lu
vlttil to fall anil examine goods befort
'lVi Centennial Itclrigcralor tholatejl
liiii:(ivi'iii(.'iit ni.d tho best ever made;
ul a line assortment of hardware and
cntVry at greatly reduced irlc". tit A
ll;tflc)s, No. 115 Commercial avenue.
L'lbbous, fans ami parasols, latest style
mid lowest prices for jalu at Ilurger it
5 s. Alo an exou -helot of caluncri
mil ecru lies, In tho newest designs.
Sill II I til II
Jiurger A have a beautiful n'urt
iirnt of dress goods ol all kinds, and
files. Mummer silks as low as sixty nt
iwyard. Thee are splendid bargains,
(. ill and see them before theru'h.
For a clea i shave, a faOdonable hair
t:it, or a thorough shampoo, go to .1.
tiKjrgii .Stclnhou'e on Klghth street,
AV'xamlcr County Hunk building. His
slsjp Is always neat; his towels always
cl in ; his asl-tunt. always polite, nnd
h s tables covered with the latent daily
papers, lor tho benefit of Ids customers'.
We will i.iy no bill contracted by any
employe of Tut: Bl'i.nni.v, uidess tho
caiiii! I made on a written order signed
by the president or t eeretary of the com
pany, and we will accept no order" given
by an employe of the company, lor any
CAIIIO Itl.'M.Kn.S ( OJII'ANV.
Xovembcr It). 1.-75. tl
.'.DO llooK AuvlllH
U anted lu llllnlos lor the new Mil
trat'd ThlMle Kdltlon of Sir Walter
Scott's H'avcrly uovc-U nnd other popu
lar publication". Liberal Inducements to
good agent. .Send lor eheular and
terms to V. II. Kaston it Co., 12.1 Clark
street, Kooui 7'J, Chicago. l-'.T-eml-lm
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lot,
lu exchangu lor St. Louis proierty.
The south hall of the Pilot" hoim- at
('ottagc on Fourteenth den el, uoi th
ieht of Wa-hlngton nvenue, j l I
Cottage on Twentieth sired, west oj
W'asnlnglon avenue, $10.
Dwelling houu on Cio? slieet, ut
ol Vnhlnglon avenue.
- Home on Ninth street, between Wal
nut and Cedar streets, lately occupied by
.1 Schleslngcr, Ho.
llu-lnesshouc on Levte si i cut, above
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
reet, near Couuncrclal nvenue.
-Store room on Coininerclal avenue,
nuxtto Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of I rooms on Twenty-third
street, $B. Good yard and cistern.
Cood dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-lh'.rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $13 50.
Store room adjoining above, $$.
House on Walnut street, near Center
pleasant premises, $12 no.
Ilouso on Commercial avenue, near
ltith street. Suitable for business and
Tenements numbered 7, S tmd
U, Winter's How, 5 rooms each for $10
per month. Will be put lu llrst-elass
Store room lu "Pilot lloiue," lately
occupied by A. Ilalley.
Dwelling houo on Sixth street and
lell'erson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and pirmi
sea. Heiil low, to a good ten tut.
Store room, coiner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
I'ooms In various parts ot tbu city.
FOH LKASIC 01! SALK.
Lauds. In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
SoMiiiiiiNd Minv. Tim lightning, re
elprocatliiL', tin churn and egg beater,
the latest and tho best ever made, at A.
Ilalloy's, who Is now felling his huge
stock ot stoves, tin and brlttana ware -it
greatly reduced prices, (live him a call
betoro you purchase, 115 Coininerclal av
Si:h Loch. C. hoeli, at Ins shop and
store room, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has fur sale a stock of boots and shoes of
his own make ; also a lull stock of leather
and (hidings lor sale; and a
large Block of St. Louis ens
tout mndo boots and shoes. JIo
keeps; tho best material and U tip lu all
tho latest styles. 1IU ills tiro perfect, and
satisfaction U giuunntced. Give him a
,V, f niilliurlrtil In nnnoiinte .lOII.V II
iiiMii.-ii. ns n imiiuuii'e ror .-lu niror Alex
iniurrioiiiiiy.nl iiie loininK coiuily tltiilon.
o arviiullinrtinl Miiiinounic tint It. A. VA
intiiiiUon H iin IihIi ortiilfiii ifi-iiii.ii-i,i cm.iii
iljlftor.-lirilir, nt Ihu ciiaiilni; roitiity eUtilnii,
Wr n rp nnllmrliil tnmiiiiri- I'lrri'if v t
for mi liii!i,(inlrii innillilnic li.r.-lii rhrnr Al
exiiiiilerroiiiity, nt Un- rnmiliix county rlerlioii
UATi:s Ol' AIM Cltl lNI.YIl.
rj'AII liillii for mltrrllsiiiK, n- ilue im.l my
ttllll' ! SIIVANI K
'lnuili nl mlvi'itliiliiK will ! Inm rliil nt th
rale of )l l i-miii.iii. i,r the Unit liinrllon
nml .VI leiitM for e.u-li yii1iifiurnt one A llhir.il
ill'i-niiiit will !, n.:i'lf on almiilliic nml ill'iil
l or liuH'MiiiE Finn ml nolli-i' tl ' Nollrrol
iiK'rIliii! officii thii or Ki'ri't onli ri ' mils for
t'hiinli, ."oclcly, Kiel I vol nrul fii,-r unllraa
will only lie liiM'rtH an mhiTll-iim iilx
No U'hiTllfiiicul w U; rrrrlvcl ntlpsii tlinn
S" rents, nml no mli rllri tiKiit will l.c limttnl
for Irn linn tlin' iloll.irs r month
"TTjj I.ooul DunlnfHH Notices, of
WVIM In tlin IliilW.Hn fnllnu,.
ion lines or inoro, innonna
Commnncu Counting at ton Line.
Ono liinottlou per line a Cents
Two lnsortlonn per linn 7 Oonta
Ttiroo luoertlonn por linu 10 Conts
Six lnnoitlons por line 15 Oanta
Two wnokn por line 25 Cents
One month par line 30 Cents
No lleductlon wilt Lu made in nbovo
SL'N'DAV. MAY 7, 1-7C.
I.oenl tVi'litlirr lteinri.
Caiiio, 111., iln; , IsTC.
riftiint. Signal Sen l.v, II. a. A .
Thirty thousand Jut received at the
Itt i.i i.i tv olllce.
It nl lilovei.
Fresh arrival ol a very larg
i' a ort
:h es at
meiit ol ladles and gonti' kid :
Ilurger ,t Co.
Linen llbre, plab; linish, letter and note
aerat the llLi.i.r.ti.v olllce. Hlueaud
ream laid, Udow SI. Louis price.
'if.liliiero I. in i s nml .VcIIIiiuh.
Cashmere law and netting, a splendid
a'.orlment, certain to please the ladies,
ut In, at .1. Ilurger ,V Co. :i-21-il
I have jut received ten head of horses.
Anybody wMilug a t;ood and chean
hoio call ami h the.n. u. IIai:i.max.
5-0.(1 Cor. Cth and Commercial Ave.
Mi. .lames Clancy, tin; ehamplou
ralner of the (.'ountry, I 'topping at II.
Abie's paint shop, on Seventh street.
Order.- solicited. fi-fi-Ht
l:mlll ulilei le.
A beautiful line of new embroideries
just received by the recognized "embroid
ery house" of Cairo .1. Ilurger it Co.
JrsT JIkcki vim' A. Ilalley has just
recci.'eda line lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, ilower .stand, (lower
trainers, bakeis, archer, hearts and
wreathes, w hlch he. has marked very low,
at 115 Coininerclal avenue. 2-lS-!lm.
snii! Mulls :
Ladies' linen and alpaca suits, beaull
tully made and stylUhly trimmed, for
sale at . I. Ilurger A (Vs. These ults
aie selling a low as matetlal can be
bought lu this city. Call and see them.
lliltlsel.i ei s. At I I'll I lu II.
Do you know that. I. Ilurger . Co. are
lu ri eelpt of a inagullleeutllue ol carpels
nnd oil clothe, all the very latct styles
and designs? Tho lirstarrivaUof the sea
son. Stop in and examine, their stock.
House I'liriilslilii); llooils,
Thl department at. I. Hurler A Co.'s
store on Commercial avenue, contains a
stock ot table linens, towels, napkins,
marscllles quilts, etc., etc,, which will de
light the eye of every housekeeper
Tlie.-e good are ollered at panic prices
and will go oil' like hot cakes
.lust received, a large stock ol Shaw's
I'efrlserators, and White Mountain triple
motion, Ice cieam fieu.ers ; also a large
tupply of who screen cloth for doors
ami windows, all at rock-bottom prices.
C. W. llU.NllUUsON.
Corner 12th street and Cominercia
Sine Time mill .Honey.
Tho Cairo and Vluccnnes railroad Is
twelve hours shorter than other roulo to
the Centennial. Passengers by this road
save sleeping ear expenses by having
only one night's ride, leaving Cairo at 5
a. in ; taku breakfast next morning at
Pittsburg, and supper at Philadelphia or
New Yoik -tmly lldity-seven hours out
from Cairo. Tickets (or sale by all
For tho place to buy lumber cheaply,
go 10 .1. a. .MHiiuiey, corner oi twen
tieth .street and Washington avenue,
where he is locating his new lumber
yards, and during the month will
im prepared to furnish all kinds
of building material. llo also of
I'crs 50,000 leet of assorted lumber at the
Wall A Fut mills, from $S, $10, $12, and
$11 per thousand. Also, 20,000 feet ol
llooiing, siding, and surfaced lumber at
correspondingly low prices. Tho lumber
being stained mora less from the
late Blpo water, he oilers It at the above
lo prices. Parlies In need of lumber
will save money by giving him a call.
Terms cash, unless by special arrange
ments, 5-2-1 w.
IUii. 'lur.. Wind. Vel.
ifu."i M ,s I u
3-1 SHJ i T J I u
'.".l HA ! 7$ s I r,
I'. A. Whcelock X Co, have leinoved
their olllce Iroin Sll Ohio leve, to No. (il
Ohio levee, up stairs. 5-5-:tt
Cottage on corner of Seventh and Wal
nut street; house containing (I rooms;
alo good cistern and out houcs. Ap
ply nt 'ceond door from coiner on Sev
enth street. 0 7-21
l ine liniiils.
Patties wMilng an tiling in the dry
goods line should not neglect to tead the
ndvcrtl'cmcul of Dim. Ilartmaii, lu Ibis
l"iie. Delias In Ills establishment every
conceivable article, and no one can fall to
In- salHled If they give him a call
fourth ul .Int. .
The iiitiitnlttr" ofconleienceof Hie Fire
Department nml Cily Council will meet
to-day at;the l.'ough ami Heady engine
hoii'e al three o'clock, livery member Is
expected to be prcent. I'.y order of (he
Will .reiiklu. Howland, .Morelock,
Kelly, Cullluau, Powell, Frost. Phillip
and as many other a can pleac meet at
the Hough and Heady engine house at 2
o'clock this nltcrnoou.
Sri.wtHT AN-l Fl.OYII.
'I lie .Mi mm' (.'mice.
From a gentleman who rcidcoulhc
llneol the Cairo and St. Louis narrow
auge railroad, we learn that a rumor Is
current In .Mnrpliyboro and other points
along the mad, that tho narrow gauge Is
nbouttobe leaed by the Chicago and
Lancaster .t Pice have Jut received
HW.OOO pine shingles Irom the Michigan
Iilueries ; also 100,000 cypres- shingles
anil all kinds of doors, sah, dressed
lumber and building material nit lor
'ale very low. Yard and olllce, cornr
of Sixteenth street and Commercial nve
It Is rumored that Mayor Winter N
about to make a number of changes In
the police force ot lid city. We under
land tnat some ol the otllccrs liave al.
ready liecu Informed that their sevkes
will shortly be ilipcn'cd with, nnd that
they are looking for other means by
which to earn n llvelhood.
Active men and wo.u.iu, to sell In
Southern Illinois and adjoining States,
Montlgnanl's Adjustable Sponge llntsh
mil .Mop Holder. It is an article requir
ed lu every hou-chold, store and olllce ;a
tt selling article, small co-t, nnd a gen
teel buslne, that pays well. For refer
ence and full particulars, address
Ham., Woon & Lvov,
101 South Water St., Chicago, Ills.
To Paducalt and return on thcstenmer
.lames Flsk, Tuesday, May Oth. A good
time 1 anticipated a there will be a
match game of ba-e ball between the
Cairo and Paducalt boy. There will
alo be a brass and string baud on board.
The fare the round trip will only be
two dollars and llltv cent, meals includ
ed. The boat will leave promptly at the
Again the report come to us that
the lamlly named l!owaith, living near
Sehccl's hall, are sadly I it need of assist
ance. There I a family of several clillil
rcn, who are all sick, with no one to look
alter them but their mother, who is con
lined to her bed, nml unable to give them
the care they are in need ol. And the
good people of our city should look to
It that their sull'crlugs be attended to.
i lice ! Hull - (I nr Si, I no ii .
Fred llolheiiu, proprietor of Our
Saloon. Is now engaged In having this
popular resort for ladles and gentlemen,
thoroughly overhauled nnd beaulllled.
Tho house ha been so ai ranged that
parlies desliing private apartments,
away lioui the principal s iloon room,
can have them, and eery, convenience
that can bo desired, no Is now making
preparations to open thin new place with
a grand lunch. The opening will take
place about next Saturday, and It is the
desire of tho proprietor that each and
every one of his many friend-, will bo
prcient on tho occasion.
I'.Miiisx illo In Culm.
Tho Steamer Pat Cleburne came Into
port yetcrday all bedcikcd with ever
greens ami Hying Hags, anil a large crown
of spectators gathered on thu levee to
learn the cause of the display. It was
soon apparent that Hvausvllle had come
down to Cairo lor a time. There were
young and old people lots of them, and
thoy came ashore to seethe slpe water
and tho many other bcaulilul sights.
Tho Fvanvllle boys smiled at tho Cairo
girls, and thu Cdro boys madu the thing
even by smllling at the Kvan-vllln girls
ami showering klses upon them, at a
distance. Thu excursionists, wo trust,
were well pleased with their vl'll.
'I lie I'om cntioii Yi slerilny.
TheHopublleaus held their convention
at tlie court houe yesterday alternoon.
There was not a largo number of dele
gates present, and the convention passed
oil' very ouletly.
Cicorgo Fisher was chosen chairman,
and K. L. Davis seeietary.
The convention then proceeded tonom
luatu delegates, lo attend thy Stain con
veutloii, and .lames A. Phllll, .ludge ,1.
I. llhd and Cicorgo Fisher, were chosen
as thu proper persons to lull!! their duty
Col. McICaelg, Mr. Wnlbrldgoaml.lcw-
ett Wilcox were chosen alternates. AC
ter the selection of delegates, a resolution
was Introduced. Instructing them to uso
all honorable mean., In the State eon
leutlon, to secure tho nomination ol thu
Hon. Thomas Hldgway lor governor,
Tim delegates weru also Intruded to
support (ieorge Scroggs of Champaign
for Secretary of State, and Hamburger
i for State Treasurer.
i:cin hIdii i, I'rtitiirnli,
Those of our people who f'cl lurlined
to take a day ol pleasure, will be allorded
a most excellent opportunity next Tues
day. Arrangements have been made
wllli the olllccrs of the ."(earner James
Fl.k lo carry a party to Paducali. and re
turn, at half fare rates. J ho FMilsonc
ol the most beautiful little steamers that
now ply the river. She has lately been
overhauled! from stem to stem, ller
cabin has been repainted and hnndomely
decorated, rccarpcted and furuMiod, and
the very hot accommodations are afford
ed by her. Her olllcer., Captain, Matt
William and Clerk Clillortl Amaut, are
genial, pleaant gcntlenicii, and whl not
fall to make the occasion a mou enjoy
able one for their guests The National
Cornet band will accompany the paily,
and nlo an excellent string band, and
will enliven the occasion with the very
bet inti'lc. No one should let this
chance lor a pleasant day's sport pa-
i no uuai win icave ill live o eiocn on
luesday cculng, and ictuiii the next
lho l.'ev. Mr. (llllliam will conduct
the tiual services al tlie Methodist church.
corner ol Klgtith and Walnut streets this
morning and cumlng. The public Is In
vlled toatleiid. .Sunday school at three
o clock p. m.
There will be the regularSundav ser
vices at the (icrman Lnthern church.
Thirteenth street, between Washington
ivenue and alnut street, at half-past
ten this morning, conducted by the Hew
Thctc will be the usual services at
the Piesbyteriau church. Klghth street,
between Washington avenue and Wal-
nut street, this morning and evenlng.con
ducted by the Hey. Mr. George. All are
Invited lo attend. Sunday school at the
The !!ev. Chaih- A. Gilbert will
conduct the services at the Church of tho
LVdcemer, Fourteenth stieet. between
Washington avenue anil Walnut street.
this morning and evening. .Similar
school at the usual hour. The subject of
the evening's sermon will be "The Wreak
ing of Little Promises." A cordial Imi
tation Is extended to the public.
Iliiruiiliis lor Ilils Weelt.
I w 1)1 sell the lollowlng goods for one-
half their actual value. I have Just nnr-
chaed and received a large assortment of
seasonable goods at a bankrupt sale, ami
to have them go oil rapidly I will m-11
them for less than manufacturer's price.
The stock consists ol the following de
sirable goods :
Ladies' Slippers and Newport Tit;
Ladles' 5ide Lace Kid Callers;
Ladles' Side .ace 'loth ( Salter.;
.Men's alf Congress and Hroadwav
A Full Assortment ol Dress Good-;
New Styles Calico;
and a large assortment of Handling Kdg.
mgiy Cheap. ' ' "'""-
Mens' White and Colored Shirts.
I respectfully invite the public to come
and examine for them-elves, as It is im
possible to describe them. Coinu early
If you want bargains, us they will go oil'
lively. Da.v. Haiitma.v,
Cor. Sixth and Commincrcial avenue.
.V Huso Slmiiler.
'lho Aryua-Jouriuil, of yesterday, con
tains tho following :
Hkwaiii; on in: Toady. The school
discussion is becoming Interesting and
begins to count its victims. Ona teacher
na laiien miner me ax. tnrougii :unitc-
esary exposure by the Ilfi.i.v.i i v oiIi:.
There was no necessity for levealing to
llio school boaril tbc name ot a jauy
correspondent, and the duty of tic
paper to protect its correspondents
should especially have been observed U
tlie case reierreii to. lint a loauy win
keep nothing In reserve irom those whose
nooi lie llCK, ami tlie teachers lit l lie
nubile schools ought to know that. Not
knowing It, however, has cot ono esti
mable lady her place.
Thcio Is not one word of truth In the
above. Xo person In the lit i.i.KTiN of-
llco revealed the name of a lady teacher
correspondent, aud.tho A. J. had no good
grounds liiion which to make the charge,
I'hu name ol not one of tho correspond
ents who wrote for the Iti'i.ixn.v on the
school (piestlon, with tho exception or
"Petruchio" and 'Scientist." was
cut to this olllce; and we
do not even yet know who
wrote either ofthooommunlcationsAvlth
tho exceptions indicated. Wo have
guessed, but have not guessed success.
fully. Petruchio" Is a school teacher,
and Is yet teaching, and will teach, wo
presume, as long as she wishes to, More
than this, no ladv teacher has been dli
missed by tho board. The only teacher
who left the schools lately was Mrs.
Granger, ami she resigned before It was
suspected that sho had been noorrespon
dent of this paper. That she ever wrote
a line lor tho liuu.r.nv wo do
not know. If him did she
concealed the fact front every
person lu the IIi'Mxnx olllce.
More than this, we have been one of
those who have been attempting to In.
duce the board to cut down tho expenses
ol (he schools, and have on inoro than out
occasion very plainly condemned the pol
icy of the board of education. Tlie dis
position ol thu A.-J. to eater to thu antl
publle school sentiment and lo do us In
jury should not Induce It to aiake false
el i urges.
a .liny itiliili.
Mr. daekel, at the Thalia, saloon, I
piepaied lo set befoie his friends and
customers the most pnlltablo and delicious
drink ever prepared t 'my saloon lu
Cairo. Asperula Oilorata. u plant which
grows lu a few of the Northern States
and lu portions of Fiirope, together with
orange sliced, Is placed lit Hhlne wine,
thu wlnu extracting thu flavor ot thoheib,
which Imparts to It a most plon-ant and
delicious ilayor. Mr. dneckel has secured
u ipiaullly of this herb from Kelly Island,
nnd Is now prepared to furnish wlnu as
above stated. He will contlnuu to sup
ply his customers with the drink during
thu mouth of May. or as long as tho plant
isluscason. Mini Jullp are no where
i compared to this drink.
'I'll.' ' It lor l.lli.riii t I'lni. 1liilal
The minliel peifoimance lo be given
by the Above named society, will take
place on Friday cuiiIng, .May 12th,
They will present the following pro
PA nt t.
Overture Full band.
Opening Chorus Company.
"My Little one Is Waiting for me."
"Little Dickey IIIrd"-Lou Sehuckcrs.
"The Old Ilarn Gale" -N. W. Hacker.
"The Lane that led lo School".l. S.
"Linda Love"- .Ino. Hoove.
"What llie Candle said" W. II. Morris.
Keiiriou to lho Centennial 'onipany.
Challenge clog-Lnlly and Walsh.
Instiuinental Duct-.L C. llrlekey.
Medium W. II. Morrl,
lake (a boy who never ntw the spirits) -
Ino. I. Oswald.
Instrumental (Julntcti.e-Natlnual Comet
Centennial character song "Geo. Wash
ington Alsthorjio and F.ldred.
Lightning footstepsAndrew Fox.
"Ten Thousand Miles Away'.- Lou
Senator Jno. Heeve will make a few re
marks. Old man specialties Fen. A. Lldrtd.
Song and Dance I .ally and Fox.
Tho whole to conclude with the laugh
able farce entitled :
LXCl.t. .11. M.
Cncle Jell" (a mUehevlous nigger) .Ino.
Jumbo (a gardener) Jno. Lally.
nr. cole (a village doctor)-ll. II. .Mil
bll Henry (lu love with Josephine) Geo.
Simon W. K. Hawkins.
Mrs. Grimes 1M. Dc.onla.
Josephine .I.e. llrlekey.
An elegant Hue ot cahners at tir?t
cot, at Stuart A Ghobou'..
Gentlemen's summer hals'lor ale by
O. Jlaythoni A ( o. 5-0-t
Head Lynch A Howlcy's"For Pent"
I'ho council will hold Its next meet-
lug on Tuesday evenlne.
- o -
Hy all means buy your shoes ol O.
Haythonut Co. .-, ij.;h
Iluy your sun umbrella of O. Hnv-
thorn ,t ( Vi. r..iun'
The mayor will deliver his annual
message at the council chamber on Tues
Hosiery, gloves, ties, corfest, etc., at
Jobbers' prices. Sti-aut it G uoi.so.v.
For;a good linen or (taper collar go to
5-0-Ut o. JlAvnion.v A Co.
Stuart it GhoNou are closing out
their entire stock of dress goods regard
lcs of cost.
The plcnicers of this city have had
very unpropitlous weather for their ex.
curslons. Two parties have been gotten
"P, nnd on both days set (or the occasion
It has rained. The party which intended
talr'Hn01" .Vi;slcrday, postponed thu at
1 oiVt,.".VA of "'reatoned rain.
i.adies, do in,. . ,,
Gholson-., and buy 'a!:'. Mt btuart
Guipure laces that voi, win r) a1!' ".ld
the next year. r''THre for
-The Silver cornet band oCthiscltv
had Intended going aboard v.,,''i
Heptihlle and scicnmllng the oilier. anil
pasengers, on Friday night, but Capt.
Thorwcgan not having any business to
transact here, and not wishing to pay
wharfage tor which lie got nothing In re.
turn, did not land, and tho band people
remained In their practice room.
Stuart A Gohlson are ollerhig grea t
bargains in every department. They
deaire to dose out their stock In thu
shortest possible time, and are making the
owe-t prices ever heard of in tills cily.
Mad dogs still turn up every now and
then In various parts of lown. Ouu of
them got on thu rampage on Sixth street
about seven o'clock yesterday morning,
and vented his rage on several other sane
canines. lli'llght was put out by a
couple ot shots from a gun, however, be
fore he had an opportunity to chow on
The programme lor the minstrel per
formance to bo given next Friday night,
by the Taylor Literary club, will be
found In another column ot this lsue ol
the. ISui.i.kiin. The gentlemen who will
tako part in this entertainment have
spent much time in making themselves
pertect lu order that they might afford
their audience a llr.-t-elass home show,
and a lull house should greet them
Jim Suimnerwell is disgusted with
thu burglars and thieves of this city. He
lajs there has not been a burglary com-
m,.A In . ulioiof niuiiilio, Dill wnoi mo
perpetrators htlvo stolen the tools from
ills slum to do the business Willi, ino
implements. Used to break Into Tanner's
store were taken trout him. and were
Ideutlllcd at tho examination ot Welsh
Yesterday about noon, an old foot
sore German, eainu to the lUu.i.r.HN
olllce and asked for assistance. He gave
Ids name as llerr Gretchen. He had
come from New Orleans, and Is on his
way to Philadelphia. He told us hu was
In his one-huiidretli year, having been
born n tliu lourlh day of July. ""
lie says that, for years hu has been in
noor health, but that hu (Irmly behoves
lie will live to see his hundredth birth.
day, which was all he asked. He would
then be willing to hang his harp upon a
willow, lie Is a very genial, pleasant old
person, and smiled as he told how he
had been put oil' steamboats on his
way n this city because hu had no
money. He says hu Is quite suio he will
be lho only soul lu the great Centennial
elty, on that great day, the Fourth, who
can mark his age nt ' ecnluiy, on that
Phil Sanp has renovated and refur
nished his lee cream parlors throughout
with costly furnlturu and line carpets,
making it ouu of tastiest and pleiuauest
nlaces of resort In thu city, where pure
leo creams of all 'flavors and pum nihility
will be kept every day for his patrons
Washington avenue, Under' block
Wah tUrAirniKKT, Itivsti Ituronr,
t'T. I IV.
I'll In burg
liiliiWhlRli Hulerof IS7I.
N'rgennl, SU-iml Si n lee, II. M, A .
Hiramcr Ja. FJk, Paducali.
" Andy llauni, Cincinnati.
" Thomas Sherlock, ( 'Incmnatl.
Pal Cleburne, Fvannllle.
" Grand Hepubllc, New (trleau.
Steamer Ja. Flk, I'adueah.
" Thnmas Sherlock, St. Louis.
" Andy llaum, Memphis.
" Pat Cleburne, Kvausvllle.
J. H. Illgley and tow.St. Louis
" Grand Heniiblle. St. Lonl.
The last and elegant Grand Tower
will be down ft out St. Louis for Mem
phis and Vlekburg to-day. Capt. Geo
Lennox I her elllclcnt commander.
The John F. Tollc. Capt. Ilrady, Is
due from St. Louis for New Orleans to
The tow boat Haven Is duo from St.
Louis Tor the Ohio river, with a tow of
The Pat Cleburne had a fair trip from
Kvausvllle, and a big excursion party.
The Thomas Sherlock camu down
Horn Cincinnati with a good trip. She
made some additions here and tiaseil on
lo New Orleans.
The Jim Flsk takes an excursion
party to I'adueah on Tuesday.
The Andy llaum had a lair flip for
The Harniird will bring out a tow
of ore Irom St. Louis.
Thu John Glllmoru Is due from SP
Lonl for the Ohio to-day.
The (irand Hepubllc would have had
a serenade on Friday night had she re
mained here long enough.
The Hello of Shreveport will leave
St. Louis lor New Orleans on Wednes
The Corondelct will be sold at atie
tlou, at St. Louis on the 15th In!.
The H. S. Turner wa down to leave
A Aid. I 1 .11 ll ll lr.,'.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Foiutli street, be
tween Washington and Commrclal nve;
lines, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In the illy, ami land
lords of holds and boarding houses will
llud It lo their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices arc as follows ; Hotel
and boardhig-hoiise washing 75 cents
tier dozen. For piece work prices arc as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 15c; per
doen, Sue; sock. 5c; two collars. 5c;
two handkerchiefs, 5e; vests, 20e; and
all gentlemen's wear, M)o. per do.eu.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 2."o; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
iiicsr, sji 25c: ladies' underware. linu
and coarse. $1 00 per dozen. 1-2:1-1 f.
Real Estate" n
30NVKYANCEKS, NOTABIES PUBLIC
Land ARcntn of the Illinois Central and
UurlliiKton ami uuincy u. n.
lliislness Houe lately occupied hy
Wood Itlttenhouse A 'o., on Levee he
low 1 llh street. Kent very reashle.
Dwclllinr hou?e. 7 room; 11) lots
enclosed, In good order, on Twenly-
fourtli and Walnut streets. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on west side of Com
mercial avenue near I'llth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Kent for each, $8
Dwcllhiir house. i room, on i'llth
stieet near Walnut, In good repair. Kent
$12.50 per month.
-Cottage, 2 rooms ami kiiciicu,
Twenty-Unit street, near Sycamore
north side. Itent $5, per month.
Two small houses, northwest corner
fifteenth andl'opuhu. itent low.
Iliisement of brick hulldliii'. west side
of Washington avenue near Eighteenth
,1.-.. .i,hll II t-OIIIIIIIUIII
Ilulldlug on east side of Cominercia
avenue, near Tenth street, suuauie lur
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Kuildmg on west side ol i;ommcrciai
asenue, near Twellth street, Old "City
Hall." Heiil very low.
Tenements, olliee.s ami rooms lu vari
ous laeation. lleuts low.
Lots and lauds for sale or leae.
.loii.N Q. IIauman A Co.,
Ileal Hstalu Agents, corner Sixth and
Leveo streeta. :t-15-tf
I'lirit ilui't rltciili.
Win. Kichholl'hasjiut lllled Ids waic
house and factory, corner of 17lh street
and Washington avenue, with the
largest stock and most complete variety
of furniture ever ollered in the Cairo
maiket. llo means. biiIness, and will
sell lor cash only at rock bottom liguies.
It Is only neceary to examine his stock
and prices lo sa(lfy yourselves as to
ipiality and cheapness, and thai noio Is
the time to buy. -l-12-lin
A. IIai.i.kv.A linelnt of tablu and
pocket cutlery, also spades, (.hovels
hoes, rakes, forks,axei and a general Hue
of hardware lust received hy A. Ilalley,
115 Commercial avcnuo 2-IS-:im.
lity of 'alrt,
eoloa-d and varnished, for salo at liai'
price ($2.50) at tho Uuixeu.n olllee. f
.'Jty rent", nt Winter's Gallery.
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avcnuo,
A l tvn fin 4 iiifiilp nn l'An.lr.n.(A,.ib
slriiil- ol Tllles made, Cciivejatiri-ut.d
i'ih i nuns niiciiueii io.
AiTCNTlo.S 'CO Hl'SINKS' AND
Afi-rMl'f S:,lr" ':T"'"y Salur,la' J'endng.
l;o sou want Ilookf,
.....I , (c. . " IIIIW, I WHO-
MMmllir InMifi.l nml In the olil rvlfalile
tioiueor lliintfi- A to. KtlaLllflir,! In imi.
W e sillily all iKmks, idl KlHMU nml nt IriWf.t
i?,n '1v.r"1,l'"''"'",irilw. 'I'nmk Kiill or
l.oMc iWIici fnrtmie Trllfr, t(W) Hook ot
l..ic l.iUcr, Hf t Hnxiinr a,(R f:ny. I.V i
.Mnrirmi's .Manonry l:"i,.-.l, iviiiii lllii.tratnl.
v 1 ninv io wniu iiort l.uml, vc , nw
!"" nil evrnlnif .Tarty, a"o ; Danrliiu niacr
I.ihv, t'vi Huh i.aiiililerj ui,:s'ci Uap joir
Uinln.(.,iiiil.iii(j,ril, I firiiiiirTrllluK Cnnli,
liip.MukliipranlK. I kliiiN-iidi In case only
''""I'101.':, t'o'til Ihijle, llicatrr'
nVM'a Ixllir Wrllir. teoi Monitor of Krri
ina.oiiry, 7-c lion- to In nml lioir to woo,
ftV I lilt-IjIMaufl.oU', .aiC luiilict' tilllilr In
tHimty. jir, Ae., o , Ac Itrinetulirr any or
all urilieiilmiu ulll U'si iil lojim mtalil on
vn-liti.rirlre,-W luirt nml hunt tip for
rlirnnml n-iircc hooks. We iiuki- It a stmly
WfMiiiitjiiir.ntroiiiice. Semi ror our clreu
lum. It it Ml ...... ...... ,.. .I....I ...i.i. .. . .
'. . . ' ,'V iin us un not
rlk money li!iitvlnileiliiiui'inl at oure to
Uie'oUlrtlUlilfs," Jlimter & Co., llliwlale,
liiiyfttMorllinrKnoilsrorSln. Wliynotilo it.
l lie t.H-.it MI. Hollar Mile, ;it llroomiltlil atrert,
Uinton, U llnnlyelttlill"lns, nml ror year Inn
mlil nil ly viiliiulileirooiU worth $1 'kjioJi in
al ailtiil prirv ofonly one Itotlnr We are en
ilorsiil nml rfi'otnincniliHl 1.' 1 1... 1...., ,.....
:ini the leailiny iiii i cliiint. I lur sale Is an lion
oralile liii.lness t nlerirli', e ilo fell Roods at
.. -.-...in iiinri iii'iiiris, in inese iune4 it luiyH
l pate inonev. We rll l.u..iri- .n... ...t
litatttl tvaie. irl.iisti'tirr. rntli'i-v ifr .in. i rn'itw
rfomlii, mti rie, ten, follit'.i, aplriw, anil In fu'l
fter.ilhliilf. InrliKllnir u.Mxi ,li'(tiint biok,
Whh'll Ittall at one iliillnr nml 11 1 v- ....,. ln fi.ii.
ilollni'i, mill ull liirjiist one ilollar. 'Ilirre I nn
tlt'kel, ninU i- tlin. or otlii r trie kerv One dollar
Keenreiiiny article nu tliellti. IVe C t) I), lit
you fee iriinin nciore in)lne Over TS.Cii tuil
runs nlli'st Ihe ilium l.trit t- or mir nml ei... u
eiinnot sltemiy lilwt heii-iifonr Imiliifas. Our
li.t ntlTOOiU Wnlllil Hit till enth-n ,i.itu.c fiml
ut mire lor tiri'iilar ami reoimnienUiillonii from
nurpalrnns Ynii ran faie e.mli. Will you tlu
n so, niiiirem nl once 11 OUMISTON &
:o.,.N I-. IIOM.Mt M.U.I
at llroolilllelil St
MT. OARBOI(Blg Muddy)
IftirTo largo consumors and all
sanufacturors, wo aro prepared
:o supply nuy quantity, by tho
aionth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
EVUnlltilay llro 'a olllee, Xo. 70 Ohio I-evtc.
Ui-llairiaay llro. 'a wlurrboat.
Kf-' Knyi'tlan Mllla, tr
IJ'Al the Coal Iliiinii, loot of Tnilly-M'iit-trift
J3-Toot Ofllec DmwiT. ,
" K . .1 ". Ayrt'B," V. U . Ayrta .
AYRES it. CO."
No BO Ohio I.cttt),
7- fi. If.
BOX and BASKET CO
All Mints luu.lnmUon,)
PLOORINQ, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill aud Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
Ohio Lovoo wlf i
i - .. . . : - u . tut a
A "VT A r TjWT"'"P waalfl Inevsipn of
AJN ACa-Ji-JN lcomitJ. for Kgsi'o-.
I tt-lle' Newaira ami .Maouliiis, Ihf ,7 we tlluk
I'Stulillnlifd llhiilraUd I'MlotllcaU wafuaJ In or-
lin.. nr.. MAU fllkt nir. ml tor
1 , trrlttiii lit matter re
. trrlttiii in matters re
iiieait nseiuif toiiatr.l.Tl
. .ant latw unil 11
,,t lo 'Intnilioua. h'WflA
lltlVrcnrea t I I'HH
IV 'Hon M l.I.eK-X J JJ
will, Ifllu'V sccuieait nseiui(toatr.ta.
' ..lent latw unit
lilury. la onalilcil
AtniUiililner or Pattlita.
ill.tltict liiliy,ilo 1 O. II Ktlley, K., Sen'v
, , .Uiraiiae. LouUillle, Ky 1 Coniituxluni
lumi eight AimufU, U. H. N., WasfilnKh.n.l). 0.
. y-Si iel htamii for our "(itilUa fur obtain-
ftio at. i-utenu," it book ot'W iiacea.
Aihliviia i l.otila llnKKrr Co., Solid
iti'M toraot I'att'iita, Wadliuutloii, u. v.
umllolllroMyouiuOtUV alUl ""