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ASU.Vf.ON I.OllUT., NO. M,
Knights of Prthlas, mitt every Frl-
lay night at iwu-iusi wttoi iiiwi
rellowa' IU11. llown,
ALKXANDKIt 1.0IH1B, NO. SSI.
jbflHMfc. ludeiiendent Order or Odd-el-CasBBsV
lows, meets every nMtAa.l 11 light
'-mt at Imlf-iMUit seven, In their hall i.n
Jommerclal uwnue, between H"1 ",rth
'rc-H thus I.IMK, N (I
UlllO HNLAMI'MKNT, I O, O. K.. meets
ni Odd-IVIlnwi,' Hall on the Urstand lliinl
I r.vl li) In rti'iy mouth, l half Kit wirn
.1 j rl 1 (Iommak, C I'
' Jk I AlltOI.OIIOK, NO, 437, A F. A A. il.
lloldreirular ('(iniliiuiilnttliiiiA In Mu"
JtKsnnlr IUII, curlier romiiierrlal artnue
' 'and f.litlitli slnvt, on the Mwi.it and
1. mill Monday ofeaf u month.
Whltn jjootU nnit limns, Inelinllu); all
kinds of vvlilte wear for suits for ladles
11111I chlhlicii, ill Hurler A Co'n. The
prices of these jroods are extiemely low,
unil tlii stock Is a inot ntlrortive onv.
llnrrnli fur llulilr.
ttlitilni; carriages mill ire.nnhulators,
fur hahles ol nil sles, at nrlces ranging
lrom S "0 Ki at Win. Illclilioir fur
nltiiro factory, comer Seventeenth street
ninl Washington avenue. 4-1 1-lm
Jeitl f'uriiKliliiK fMiil.
I. 'turgor A- Co., Iiavn added to their
.took tlil sprint: oni) of the llncst Moo
Hons ot gents' furnishing goods over
brought to this rlly. Gentlemen uio In
vltnl to rail ami cxairlne gnod In-fore
'I'll'! Centennial liofrigerator the. latest
imnroveinontai.il thu b('"t over made;
alo a line assortment of hardware ami
cutlery at greatly reduced prices, ut A.
Ualley", No. lir. Commercial aunuo.
itihhons, fane and parasols, latent .-I) It
and lowest prices for sale at llurger A
1 '.. Also an i-KipiUltelnt of n-lun'i
ninl ecru ties, In tl newest design'.
Hurler &, l "o. have, a beautiful unnl
mint of dress food ol all kind, ami
silks. Niinmor silks a low as sixty cni
l-ryard. These are splendid bargain.
Call and M-e them before the rush.
For a cloa.t .have, a fashionable hair
rut, or a thorough shampoo, go '
f!eorx Stelnhouve on Eighth street,
Alexander County Hunk building. I"4
'hop Is always neat; hN toweln always
clean; hi a?l'tants always polite, and
his fables covered with the lateU dally
papers, lor the. bencllt of IiN rutouier-.
Wo will pay no bill contracted by any
employe of Tin: Hlm.lkti.v, tuiteis the
-ame U made on a written order tljnied
by tliu pre-ldenl or secretary of the com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, tor any
purpofe w hatsoever.
CaIUO Ilt'M.KTIN COMIMNY.
Novemljcr 10. lb"5. tt
noo Honk Accnl
Wuntcd In Illlulo tor the new Illu
tratrd Thistle, Kditlon of Kir Walter
Scott' a Wavcrly uoveU and other popu
lar publications. Liberal inducement to
good agent". Send lor circular and
term to W. II. Ku'ton .t Co.. 12.1 Clark
street, l'ooni if. Chicago. I-'JT.cod-lm
LYNCH" & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Cairo lo!,
In exchange for St. Louis projerly.
The south hall of the "IMIot" hoti'e at
- '"oltage on Ninth Street, wo-t of Wal
nut treet, $12 SO.
Cottage on Fourteenth strict, ive.-t
of Washington avenue, $11
Saloon mid llxturef, saulhwejt eorn
ir Eighteenth street and Commercial
avenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, wi-t of
Commercial avenue, $10.
Dwelling hotie on 'ro vlieet, wet
ol Washington avenue.
Ilu-luess bouse on Leee street, above
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
i-treet, near Commercial avenue.
Store loom on Commercial avenue,
next to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
CoMagu of I rooms 011 Twenty-third
treet, $fi. (1001I yard and cMeiu.
tiood dwelling houso on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-th'rd
Store-room comer Twentieth and
I'oplar streets, $12 W),
Store room adjoining above, $.3.
House on Walnut street, near Center
pleasant premises, $12 f0.
Homo on Commercial avenue, near
tlUb street. Sullahlo for business and
Tenements numbered 7, 8 anil
!i. Winter's How. 5 rooms each for $10
per mouth. Will be put In llrsl-cluss
Store room in "IMIot House," lately
decupled by A. Ilalley.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
.lell'erson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and picml
m. lienL low. 10 a l'immI temut.
Store room.' corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 n month.
Kooms In various parts ot the city.
FOIl MI ASK OK SALIC.
-Lands, lu tracts to suit, near Cairo.
SoMuruiNii Ni:w. Thu lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
the latest ami thu best ever made, at A.
Hulley's. who Is now selllug his large
htock ot stoves, tin ami brlttanu ware at
greatly reduced prlcei. fllvo blni a fall
beloiu you purehuse, 115 Coinmercbd av
Sin: Ivocii. c. hoch, at his shop and
store room, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
bis own make ; aUo a lull stock of leather
and llnulng lor sale; and
large stock 01 nt. i.ous cus
torn mado boots and shoes. lie
keeps the best material and is up In all
the latest stylo. Hl flts nro perfect, anil
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Give, him a
UV nre mithorlziHl tri Htinotincc JOHN If.
IIOIII.NMON n auiKlliln v for Mitrltof Ate-
miilrreiiiiiity, at the roniluK roimly diction.
We nreniitlinrlreil triniuiminrr that It. A. KM-
iiiuiiiIiiiiiI.hu ImliiieiKli'iil llpptilillran rnmll
nit lor niiin, hi uie I'Iieiiiiik roiiniT iiimhmi.
We areiinlliorlreil Inaiini.iitire I'l.TKItSAI'l'.
for nil lliiliimlrnt nimliilate for ln rllf if AI
einiiilerrniiiily, ut the eiimiliif roiinty rlei linn
it ATt.M or iv:u 1 isi.no.
I?AII lilll for nUmtlilliK, kirihir ninl l.iy
alilr 1:1 AbVAXc
'liulnlcnt uilitillaliiir will Ik-liimrlnl at thw
rAtf. lit II fill lM.rft.iMaM. for (In. flrtt ltmcrlW.n
mul (riitu fur eacli nlii'iirnt oik A lllrl
illirount will trf. tnailf on utaiulliiK nml lll
K.ir Intrrtlnir t'linrrul nullil' l Nntlreill
Hurt lug of mxlrtit-n or M-rit onl-ri f u lit for
enli IhM Ttlon
L'linrrli. Kocletr. KullTftl mi'! Puilr imtlrr
will only Im-Interleit o .lf rllwiutnli
Vn ailvrrttirnii nt will rerelvuit otln llian
M cents, anl no niuertlMmrnt will I Inctlcl
fur n limn IIitm- ilollar ir innnlli
Iocal BuaineM Notice, of
ten lint-a or more, Inaerted
In tho Bulletin am follow! :
ComrawcceCountlnK at ten I.lnea.
One Inaortlon per line. .1 Cent
Two lnsortlone per line. ....... 7 Cent
Three Insertion per line. ......10 Cents
Six insertions per line. . 15 Cents
Two weeks per line 25 Cents
One month por line ..-.35 Cents
No Reduction will be made In above
Tlll'liSDAV. MAV 11, 1870.
I.oritl Writllirr Report.
Caiho, lu.,, .My I", ItlTC
1Sa.ii. I Tiik I Wimd. I VrL. Wkatii.
JAM 1:1 WAISON,
.Sirinnt. nlicnal irl.'e, 17. S. A.
Thirty thousand us received at lb'
Itri.i.Ki iv ollire.
Fresh arrival ot a verj' large aiort
ment ot ladlei' and gents' kid gloves at
I llurger t Co. :S-21-tt
I.lneu llbre, lilate finish, letter and note
;aper at the ltuu.r.nN olllcc. Hlue and
ra-am laid, lx;low St. Louis prlee.
ClHliiurrr l.nce nml Wrllliikr.
Ca$hmere lace and netting, a splendid
aortment, certain to please the ladies,
ut in, at J. Rurger & Co. 3-21-tf
1 have just received ten head of horses.
Anybody wishing a good and cheap
lorso call and see them. . Haiitman.
5-0-tf Cor. Clh and Commercial Ave.
Mr. James Clatley, the champion
gralner of the country, Is stopping at II.
Abie's paint shop, on Seventh street.
Orders solicited. .VtWU
A beautiful line of new cmbiolderles
11st received by the recogniod "embroid
ery house" of Cairo J. Hurger &. Co.
iJt'sr Ki:cr.ivi:i' A. Ilalley ha Jut
received a fine lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, ilower stands, flower
Induers, baskets, aieher, hearts ami
wrratlu s, which ho has marked very low,
at 11.". Commercial avenue. 2-18-Jui.
I.:nllci' linen and alpaca suits, beauti
lullv made anil ntylisldy trimmed, for
sale at .1. llurger it Co'.-. These ults
are selling as low as material can be
bought in this city. Call and sec them.
Ilini'it'KecMj'-, A I lent ion.
Do you know that .1. Hurger & Co. are
in receipt of a maguinccutllnc of curjiels
mil oil clothes, sdl the very latest styles
and designs Trie first arrival of the sea-
Mm. Stop lu and examine their stock.
IIiiiiix rttriiioliliit; U noil t,
This department at .1. Hurger - Co.'s
store on Comuiereiiil avenue, contains a
dock ot table linens, towels, napkins,
inareille-quilts, etc., etc., which will de
light the eye of every houfckeeper
The-e goods nrrollered at panlo prices
anil will go olVIIke hot cakes.
.lust received, a large stock ol Shaw's
llefrljjerators, and White Mountain triple
motion, Icecream freezers; also a large
supply of wlro screen cloth for doors
and windows, all at rock-bottom prices.
('. W. llKNIIIIIISO.V.
Corner 12th street and Commerela
Sine Time mid .Money.
The Cairo and Vlnccnues railroad Is
twelve hours shorter than other route to
tho Centennial. Passengers by this road
savo sleeping ear expenses by having
only one night's ride, leaving Cairo at .
a. m ; take breakfast next morning at
Pittsburg, ami supper at Philadelphia or
New V01 k only thirty-seven hours out
from Cairo. Tickets lor sale by all
For the place to buy lumber cheaply,
go to .1. s. Jiciianey, corner 01 1 wen-
tleth street and Washington avenue,
where he Is locating his new lumber
yards, and during the month will
be prepared to furnish all kinds
of building' material. lie also of
fers W),lKXl feet of assorted lumber at the
Wall & Kut mills, from $8, $10, $12, and
$11 per thousand. Also, 20.000 feet ot
flooring, siding, and surfaced lumber at
correspondingly low prices. Tho lumber
being stained moro less from the
late slpo water, he oilers it at the above
low prices, Parties In need of lumber
will save money by giving him a call
Terms cash, unless by special arrange
menu. 5-2-1 w.
Mlis l.ilu Morris Mtrled in the rlly lull
(veiling. She Is al the residence ot her
brother. W. IL Morrl.
K. A. Wheelock & Co. have removed
their olllcc from 03 Ohio leve, to No. 01
Ohio levee, up stairs. tVtV.lt
The colored eople mil tnuklui ai
raiigcmenU. we aix- told, for u calico bal
Itnlllrome oil' next week at I'hlllls'
The uiiisle dealers, Ilobbin$ ,1 Co,, of
this city, on Tuesday tiled a voluntary
petition In bankruptcy, lu the Culled
States court at Springfield.
.lodge Hint thinks that police busi
ness will liven up, now that thu police
force has been cut down. There was
nolhliig done yesterday, however.
tin Hors Unn.
In accordance with the order of the
council (ieiitlu (lerould. superintendent
ol the Cairo City (ias Co.'s works, hut
off the gas lu thu street lamp- on Mon
d.y. Turner I'lcXIr.
The Turners will glw a giand May
plc-ule some time during this mouth.
Further particulars will be stateil as
soon as they have selected tin: grounds.
(Ju and after this date . W. Wheeler
A 'o. will otler cord wood at M per
cord; same sawed and split, $.100; sin
gle load? $1 To per load. Strictly cah.
Don'i forget the administrator's sale
ol the personal property of the late
Thomas Kcefie, this morning at 10
o'clock. Hesldcnce, west side ol l'oplan
between Nineteenth and Twenlieth
The excursion party to I'aducah was a
guy atlalr. Kvcrybody had an excellent
time. The base ball boys came out at the
little end of the horn, however, In their
game with the IdlcwUd, the latter being
victorious by a scoie ol ISO to 0.
.In Uas unit Few Pollrenien.
It Is the opinion of some of our (tcople
that the cutting down ot the police force
and the dispensing with gas lu the street
lamps will prove a bad job, and that the
town will be a "h 11 of a place'' If the
council persist in Its action.
Xotlre to Shipper.
1 exiHiCt to be away from the city for
sometime, and during my absence, Mr.
W. G Hobblus Is duly authorized to rep
resent me as agent of the "Key Line."
MOlw. W. I Wmr.HT.
May 10th, 187C.
On Wednesday morning, May 10, 167C,
at one o'clock, Mrs. Karncstlne, wife of
John Krug. The funeral will take place
to-day at three o'clock by special train
from the loot of Fourteenth street.
Friends and acquaintance Invited to at
tend. llii'ltev. .Ur. Thayer.
The Viuccnnes Sun of yesterday says :
"Dr. Thayer, of this city, lias received an
invitation to deliver thcanuual address at
the commencement exercises of Hanover
College, next month. This is not only a
compliment to the doctor andhls chinch,
but to our city.''
A l ine Nlork.
We would call the attention ol our
readers to the advertisement of Daniel
Hartmau lu the Ui i.i.kti.v. .Mr. Hart
nian's stock ot dry goods, glassware,
quccusware. etc., is one of the very finest
to be found lu the South or West, and
buyers should call and examine them be
fore buying elsewhere.
There will bo a meeting of the ladles
ol the Church of the lledeemcr this
(Thursday) evening, : o'clock, p.m., at
the residence of Mrs. idlers, on Wash
ington avenur. A large attendance Is
It f has, a. (!ii.iu:itr, Hector.
The mayor lu bis message to the city
council on Tuesday night, advocated the
doing away with tho city scavengers, and
advocated thu repeal of the hog law.
The hogs, he said, would do the work of
the scavengers, and the salary paid pro.
pie for the performance of the duty
would then be saved.
JK Cairo Lodge No. 2117, A. F. &
"Xif A. .M., will hold a special com
munication at Masonic hall this
(Thursday) evening at 8 o'clock.
Member-) and visitors are fraternally
Invited to attend. Work In the M. M.
degree. Hy order of W. M.
W. A. Si.oi), Secretary.
To lie UepHlroil.
At the meeting ot the city council
held on Tuesday evening, Alderman
Tlil-tlcwood said that F.Ighth street, be
tween Washington avenue and Wal
nut street, was In a very
bad condition for truvel, and
urged upon the Street Committee, the
necessity of repairing thu same. The
street Is to be put In a good condition at
thu earliest convenience.
Twenty. four Yi-uri Airu,
For more than two-lhlrds ol a life-time
Charter Oak Stoves have been a familiar
household word; dally gaining In popu
larity, and doing a vast deal of good lu
enabling housewives to place beloro their
famllleseverv day threw "square meals,"
well and quickly eooked, at a very small
cost of both fuel and labor, ami we ant
doing no more than our duty lu advising
every Housekeeper who docs not havo a
Charter Ouk Stove to get onu with the
least possible delay. 5-10-21.
Mr. Snunders, wo learn, Is makln.
preparations for a grand musical concert.
The event will take place about the mid
dle, of .June. The ability of this lady as a
musician and teacher is well known, and
the concert, we daro say, will be an ex
cellent one. She will bo assisted by the
best amateurs lu the city, many of w hom
are now under her tutorship.
he S. O. HI I . A ' II. It
The New Orleans, St. Louis and i hi
ago railroad, under the management ol
J. It. Alexander, irrrher, Is being put
in thorough icpatr. Sewn thousand
tons of new rails hac lecu distributed
along the line and are lielng rapidly laid.
The receiver, we learn, Intends to devote
the entire earnings of tho road to Its Im
provement and proposes to rnako It rival
the very best roadu In the rounlry. All
travelers over this old and lavorlte road
will be delighted to learu till fact. -'.(
police force has
down to two policemen and a
chief. Mr. (iossmau. who has
filled the olllcc of chief for the past
six months or more, has given general
satisfaction to the people and Mayor
Winter, and was nominated and con
firmed by a unanimous rote of the conn
ell. The gentlemen nominated by Ids
honor for police constables were Martin
O'Malley and Henry Sargeant, who have
served on the lorcu for the past year,
and who have proven faithful and elllcl-
cut In the discharge of (heir duties.
Rerkles Pliiylnic Willi Fire Arm.
Alderman McGauley, at the council
meeting on Tuesday night, said that a
number of complaints had come to him
from parties ri'sidlng lu the upcr part of
the city regarding the discharging of fire
arms by reckless boys. Several cows,
he Haiti, had been hurt by the shooting of
guns and pistols, and no less than two
protestations agalnt the continuance of
the dangerous and unlawful sport had
been made to him on thntday. lie asked
that the city marshal see to It that a
quietus be put upon the offenders, and the
mayor Instructed the marshal to Iook
after the matter, In accordance with Mr.
Hy virtu ot an order of tliedl.trlct court
of the United .State (or the scuthem d In
ula of Illinois, 1 will, on Saturday morn
ing. May 13, 1S"C, at the hour ot 10 o'eloc'i
a.m., sell at public sate to the highest bid
der, for cish lu band, at the door ol the
store (on Commercial avenue, in the city
of Cairo) lately occupied hy llcilhron .t
Well, bankrupts, now occup'ed by t'olomon
l'arelra, ill the uncollected account and
other evidences ol Indebtedness belonging
to the estate of said bankrupts and remain
ing undisposed of at the time ol sucb sale.
Assignee of Hellliron A Well, Uaiikrupt-.
Canto, May (i, ISTO. .Vlo-'lt
A Mity llriiik.
Mr. .lackel, at the Thalia saloon, Is
prepared to set before his friends and
customers the most palltable and delicious
drink ever prepared at any saloon In
Cairo. Aspcrula Odorata, a plant which
grows In a few of the Northern States
and lu portions of hurope, together with
orange sliced, Is placed lu llhlne wine,
the wine extracting tbcllavorot the hcib,
which Imparts to it a most pleaaut and
delicious flavor. Mr. .laeckel has secured
a quantity of this herb from Kelly Island,
and Is now prepared to furnlh wine as
above stated. He will continue to sup
ply his customers with the drink during
the month of May, or as long as the plant
is lu season. Mint julips aro no where
compared to this drink.
The Last Eiilrrlnlunieiit
TAVLOlt LITEIIAIIY MINSTHKLS
Friday Night, May 12th.
HEAD THE tIST OV I'KKKOltMKKS
W. II. Morris,
Ike C. Hrlkey.
Lolly and Fov,
"My Little One WnltlngrorMe
itle Dickie Hint."
'The Old lljrn Oite"
' 1 he Lane that led to School"
"Linda Love" ,T-.
"What the Candle Sak.'-'....- .
,W. H. Morris
KXCCIISIOK TO TIIK CKXIKNXIAI,
Cu.ii.i.KNfiK. Clou Iiui.n L.u.i.v
HAiirand GuiTAitF.xi:itcrsK...I. IJiiick r.v
Milrllunl MaiiirrstnlloiiH. ,
Medium W 11 Morris
J:il.e (ueer av the uplrits) Itiliu Oswultl
Instrumental Quintette .Satluii.il lUnd
"George Wnliliii,'tm" a Cenlenuitl Character
Son KMrld mid Altliiir
' TenThoUisnd Miles Away" Lou Schuckrr
"Louisiana Senatoi " John Itm e
Challenge Jl A ml lew YoK
Old Man Specultles Kenucr Kldrid
SoiiK and Dunce I.nlly unit 1'ox
Thu iiertYiruiaufc to coiicliulu wlili the I'uniiy
I'uele Jeff 'a mUchleyous nlu) Jnhu Oswald
Jumlio (u pmlener) Inhu Lnlly
Henry (In lute with Jiiehiue) lien. Chellet
Dr. Colu (a vlllaxe doctor) II II Mllliurii
Simon - )' Hilly Hawkins
Mis, lirimcs -jS- I'd Deiunia
Josephine IC llilckey
The underMgiied U prepared to pump
out and repair cisterns or build now ones
on short notice and at satisfactory prices'
J. S. Hawkins,
23 and 21 Cedar street. Postolllco box
Lancaster & KleeMiuvu Just received
100,000 pine shingles from tho Michigan
pineries; also 100,000 cypress shingles
and all kinds of doors, sash, dressed
lumber and building material all lor
salo very low. Yard ami olllcc, corner
of Sixteenth treeanU Commercial ave
First Steps Looking to its Observ
ance by theCitjiens of Cairo.
What Cairo Will Do en the Centennial
Birth Say of Oar Country.
I lie imtlrr lie fore Hie flly Cnunrll
'I hcclllM'ii-'nf Calto.alded b the tout
ell and Hie various societies, propose to
make the rrlebralion of the '(iinlnir
Fourth of July, the Ccntrnnlal birthday
ofour rounlry, thu biggest and Hie grand"
est demonstration of the kind ever wit-
The committee, appointed by IiN honor
at a recent meeting of the council, with
Instructions to take such l ps a would
Insure the success Of the celebration, rc
potted to the round! on Tuesday evening.
The committee, which was composed
of Alderman Wright, Wilcox and Yo
cum, recommended thai a delegalo lrom
tho council, one from each lire company,
and one from each of the various orders
and societies in the city, should bo a
polnted by bis honor, to meet at his bid
ding and resolve thcmelvcs into com
mittees, w hose duties It shall be to attend
to the various prelimiuailes attending
the propost d celebration. .
The names of a number of gentlemen
were handed his honor, and the com
mittee suggested that they be appointed
delegates to confer with the various or
ganizations. The names of the pirties suggested by
the committee were as follows :
To represent tho city council Ills
Honor the mayor.
Delta City fire company John Holmes.
Hibernian lire company Win. Me
Hale. Hough and Heady lire company.!, f J.
Arab lire company A. Lohr.
Chamber of Commerce Peter Cuhl.
HIvcr Transportation Major K. W.
Knights Templar Dr. C. W. Dun
ning. Masons Kx-Mayor John Woodi
Knights of Pythias
Odd Fellows Jom llobluson.
Cairo Casino Herman Meyers.
Hunting club W. T. Hcerwart.
St. Patrick's Henevolent society W.
Ancient Order of Hibernians D. Mc
Carthy. Taylor Lltcraryjsoclety Louis Schuck
ers. Silver Cornet band F. Hross. ;
Delta City Cornet band P. ltf chuti.
National band Prof. Klscnbitt "
Sunday schools li. F. JHakc.' t
From the city at
larire Col. S. StautsrV
Mystic Krcw-C. Hardy.
Homing association John
Amateur string band Frank
Base ball Phil. Howard.
ach of these organl Ait ions, it is
hoped and expected, will use their ef
forts in behalf of the celebration, and
make Cairo the attraction ot this part of
the State on that da).
Committees will be appointed to con
fer with thu managers! ol the various
steamboat and railroad Hues running
Into the city, willi a view of getting re
duced rates for all persons who may
wish to participate In the festivities.
A committee on hotel accommodations,
whose duty It will bo to confer' with our
landlords with a view of securing cheap
hotel accommodation for strangers, will
be appointed lu due time. So far as
known hotel keepers are disposed to be
Invitations will be extended to the
various tire companies, bauds, base ball
clubs, singing and literary societies and
all other organizations throughout the
Fvery effort will bo made to makethis
the greatest celebration ever given in
Southern Illinois, as our citlens all fee'
an unusual Interest lu tho successof the
A -. 1 l.niutilrf.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial uve"
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In the city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work price are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 15e ; per
dozen, SOo; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c;
two handkerchiefs, 5e; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, SOe. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50o; white
dresses, SI 25o ; ladles' underware, lino
and course. SI 00 per dozen. l-2:Kf.
.w llccr Iliill-Our Nullum.
Fred Holhelnz, proprietor or Our
Saloon, is now engaged In having this
popular resort for ladles and gentlemen
thoroughly overhauled and beautified.
Thu house has been so arranged that
parties desiring private apartments,
away from tho principal saloon room,
can'havu them, and every convenience
that can be desired, no Is now making
preparations to open tills new place with
a grand lunch. Tim opening will take
nlaco about next Saturday, and It Is the
iimi of the uronrlctor that each and
every one of his many friends will be
present on the occasion.
hats Jor sale by
Phil Saup has renovated unit refur
nished hl lit' cream parlors throughout
with costly furniture mid Hue eurpeU,
making it one of ta.stle.st aud pleasanejt
places of resort In tho city, where pure
ice creams of all flavors and pure quality
will bu kept every day for his patrons.
Washington avenue, Udder's block.
I WlllFeu lheloiV?
half Ihelr actual value. .
chaed and received a large u
seasonable goods at a bankrupt, sale, and
'o have them go oil' rapidly I will sell
them for lens than manufacturer's prices.
Tho stock consists ol (he following de
sirable goods :
Ladles' Slipped anil Newport Tie;
Ladies' !lde I.are Kid fialters;
Ladin' Side Lace ( loth fialtn 'j
Mrn' ulf Congress nuil Hro.nl way
A l ull ASfiiltmetit ol Dti'ss (lnod;
and a large assortment of Hamburg F.dg
Men's and lto, '.s Clothing, Astonish
Mens' White and Colored Shirts.
I respectfully Invite the public to come
and examine for themselves, as It Is Im
possible to describe them. Come early
If you want bargains, a they will go oil'
lively. Dan. IIaiiiuix,
Cor. Sixth and Commmerelul avenue.
I'll nil I lire 4 hrnii.
Win. Klchholl hasjiut filled hl ware
house and factory, corner of 17lh street
and Washington avenue, with Ihr
largest stock and most complete variety
of furniture ever ollercd in the Cairo
market. He means business, and will
sell lor rash only at rock bottom figures.
It Is only necessary to examine Ids stock
and prices to satisfy yourselves as to
quality and cheapness, and that hio N
the time to buy. -1-12 lm
W nil led.
Active men and woman, to sell lu
Southern Illinois and adiolulng States,
Monllgnanl's Adjustable Sponge Hrush
and Mop Holder. It Is an nrtlcle requir
ed lu every household, store and olllco ; a
fust selling article, small cost, and a gen
teel business, that pays well. For refer
ence ami full particulars, address,
Ham., Woon A Lvov.
104 South Water St., Chicago, Ills.
(Jains KasM) or Volumilu.
Take the Atchison, Topeka and-Santa
Fp railroad, tho new and popular line
from Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon ( 'ity,
Cucbarus, Del Norte, Santa Fc and all
points In Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip 00 day tick
ets to Denver on sale May 15th. ut $50,
taking in the famous watering places on
the D. & II. G. road. Low emigrant
rates to tho San Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
the Missouri river and the Hocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at Kansas Cltv and Atchison in
3i'J"on depots. For maps, time tables
and the "Sail Juan guide," adddress,
X . U, il.MIMWI.Ni
(Jen. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kan
JOHN a. HARMAN & CO.
JONVEYANCEES, N0TABIXS PUBLIC
Land Airents of the Illinois Central and
Burllwrton, and Uulncy R. R.
Htislness House lately occupied by
Wood Hlttenhouse & Co., on Levee be
low 14th street, licit very reasonable.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, hi good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut streets, Hent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on west side of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, suitable
tor .shop and dwelling. Hent foreach, $8
Dwelling house, 5 rooms, on Fifth
street near Walnut, In good repair. Hent
12.50 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twcnty-llrst street, near Sycamore
north side. Hent $3, per month.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Hent low.
Hascment of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near Eighteenth
street, five looms In good condltlonl
Huildlng on cast side of Commerela
avenue, near Tenth street, suuauio mr
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Hulldiug on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Hent very low.
Tenements, ollkes and rooms in vari
ous lacations. Hent low.
Lots and lands for sale or lease.
Jons Q. IIauma.v V Co.,
Heal Kstato Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. H-HVtf
Hy all means buy your shoes of O.
Ilaythom & Co. Wl
liny your sun umbrellas ol O. llay
thorn & Co. 5-tWt
-Hosiery, gloves, ties, eorsests, etc., at
jobbers' prices. Si i'akt & (lnoi.sov.
Fora good linen orpapercollargo to
5-0-:it O. II ay limns & Co.
A. IIai.lkv.-A llnelot of tablo nud
pocket cutlery, also spades shovels
hoes, rakes, forks.axes and a general II la
of hardware lust received by A. Ilalley,
115 Commercial ayenuo 2-l8-3ni.
I.lnluii III Itciimni I
Theru Is no poison In Wlshurfs Pine
Tree Tar Cordial I entirely free from
anv infusion that may suppress one dis
ease, to Induce eel tain death by causing
another 1 The puru lllo ap of evergreen
vi'"i tallmi. warranted to cure coughs.
colds, hoarsncss, and all pulmonary dis
Till thu cough gets hold of you literally
"by the throat" aiid yvorrlca and'tturs
. . IT-IIj It'lUllHl
ivou. one or iwo noses oi u"
i-' ....... I Aram.
for the lungs win stop it,
rate It entirely. It ought to be kept In
..vrv lamllv ns readily as flour or any
other necessarv ot Ille. Ten thousand
ihvilstini nrraorllM It. IVcC, SI. W-lt
i tlarAHtitaxT, llivan llsrotrr,
May 10. .8TB
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Si riahl, blunal yertlce, t'.S. A.
Steamer .!. Flsk. Paducah.
" Hubert Mitchell, Cincinnati.
" Joseph Hlgley, tow, St. Lout.
" Commonwealth. New Orleans.
" liy of Helena, St. Louis.
Steamer Jus. Flsk, Paducah.
Hubert .Mitchell, New Orleans.
( ommoiiweulth, St. I.onK
" City of Helena, Vlckskurg.
-The livers continue to come up. the
rise In the twenty-four hours ending at
5 o'eloek last evening being 1 foot and
0 Inches. The rise at St. Louis tins
been very rapid, and tho river Is very
high at that point. A lUco! 1 foot and
2 Inches Is repot ted tit Cincinnati, The
'umbcrland ru-e I foot and 1 Inch at
The Joseph Hlgley c.inie down from
St. Louis, and will go back with her
usual tow, two boats of Pittsburg coal.
The ( ommonwcalth pascd up from
New Orleans for St. Louis with a fair
cargo of sugar, molasses, etc. She didn't
Iho John A. Seudder did not leave
St. Louis ns udvertUcd, on Tuesday
evening, but she will be here to-day.
The City of Alton passed up lrom
the South without landing.
The .lames Flsk eume down from I'a
ducah with a fair trip of freight, and
brought home uNo a most dilapidated
looking excursion party.
Thu Hobert .Mitchell passed down
from Cincinnati with a fair trip. She
made some additions here.
The City of Helena passed down for
Memphis and Vicksburg with a good
trip. She made some additions here.
Flltvcents, at Winter's Gallery.
TJ A WTPTi We desire to
iro n tieneral Airency for
the rale of n staple article in the Grocery line.
An eneri?etleiiian with little capital may make
SIlMJ to 1.ii nnnll.illy. l or particulars ad
dress the tiltKKXWlCII lIASUKACTUItlNli
CO., 73 ltc.ull strict J. V. 4 9-31.
Serf. Vice I'rea't.
11 Wells, Cashier.
T.J. Kerth, Asst. ash'r
ni n ie,
Cornor Commercial Ave. and ttth Btreot,
K. Ilrosi, Cairo. Wm. Kluue, Cairo,
f. .Sitr. Calm. Wm Wolfe, Cairo.
1 . Siisanka, Cairo. It. I.. ltilllnK!ey, t t-nuls.
fc'. Under, llru II. Wells, Cairo.
K. II. llrlnkman.M. Uuls,
, tienctiil ItankliiK niialiiras Done.
j-KchanRe sold and houht Interest paid
n the Saving lleimrtment. Collections maile,
snd nil Ii'islnea promptly attendeil to. .
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,00
W. r. 1 1 AI.T.I DAY .President .
IIKNItY I.. IIALUOAV, Vitel'resl.
A. It. SAKFOKU, Cashier.
WAI.TKlt HYSLOl'. Ass'l Cashier.
8IAATS TAYLOH, H. II. CoirsWOBAM,
, I,. llALLIDAV, W. 1' II ILIDAT,
, l). Wiuliausox, Htkphkn tnu,
A II. HArroKo
Czcbango, Com and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DKI'OSITS received and a general tanking
CHARTERED MARCH 81, 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIUO
A 11 S.moitl). President.
S.S T.VYI.Olt, Vice President
W. HYsl.Ol1, Sw'v and Ituasurvr.
mm cio its:
IlAiiciAr, Cnxs. QALiotun,
SrocKKtieril, PaclU Scum,
Cl'NXINdllAU, II 1.. IIallioat,
J. M. 1'iiiLi.ir.
I.NTEUK3T paid on deuoilti at the rate of a
ocrcent lr annum, March 1st and Bsuteiu
ht 1st. Interest not withdrawn U ajldcil tuuna
llately to ths prlnclal of the deposlu, Uierthy
ilvlnit them comuounil Interest.
Marr iod Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
olso can draw it.
Oiien tverj bualneisilay rronis.. to p.m.
.aVatimlsy evsnlngs lor aarUwa deposits OTlT
ro,,, u to o'cloe. M9
;D A U.K. AKIN Cblosg
L. D. Akin A Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whipi, dollars, Etc.
104 CoaatrcUlATtBM, - - Cine, HI.
CfTlioM favorlojt us with .their pafroaw
will find a comidete IlMof t tt?"Tklih '
select, at bottom wlcti. lu-H-wlf