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MCA LOS fibflUK NO 61.
Knhctits of I'yllilas, MwU cwy l"rl
irnlifht Hi halMiaat ss-veii. in Odd-
rlow' Hull. Hows,
Chancellor Commander.
iilntnilrnt (inter tit OiM-Fel-
for. meet rvtrjr Thurlar nUlil
at liull-lmM aetrn, in uirir nan on
iiiimrrlal nti'imc, twtwei-n Mxtli r-eruitu
r tans i.amk, II
r 1VIKO KSI.AMI'SIKNT, I O, O. I'., inn-tl
vln O'lil-Kfll'iWit' Hall ciittlie flrttuml third
iuila? In very month, at hair-pant Mnrrn
.Imii II UomMAW, U I'
(.A Mil 11,11111
.9 llill rvtnitn
7SJ "' "a"
' V KlKlitli
C A IKO I.OIKSi:. NO. 277, A. F. A A.M.
umr romniuni(iiori in Ma
con it (Viminercliil avenue
-.lirlilli Ktnnl. mi llii fuwilul aiifl
itimi .Mommy ol (acii month.
Real Estate Column
kui! m:.N"j
House on Ninth sfrei t. behveeii Wal
nut ami Cedar streets, $13.
Storornnm on Leveo stnet, abote
lilghlh, ?20,
Two good cottagi s on Twenty-Nlnlh
treet, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial aeiiuc,
next to Wavorly hotel,? 10.
(Jowl dwelling lioiihu on Walnut, lie
twocn Twenty-second anil Twciity-th'.ril
Ktn-cU, $10.
Store-room corner Twentieth .mil
Poplar streets, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above, $8.
Two story hoii'c on 3th street, west
ot Washington avenue, $15.
House on Walnut street, near Center
jilcaant premise, $12 SO.
House mi uominiTcl.il avenue, near
I !nh street. Suitable for business ami
dwelling, $13.
Winter' Blocks -suitable for Hotel
Olllces or Business rooms cheap.
Tenement') numbereil I, 8, fi and
10, Winter's How, 5 room" each for $10
mt month.
Cottage on Sixth treet, near Wash
ington avenue I room?, 7.
Store room in "Pilot House,'' lately
occupied Wy A. Ilalley.
Dwelling house on .Sixth Mreet and
.letl'crson avenuo $10.
Orphan Asylum building and preml-k-s.
f Cent low, to a good ten tut.
Store room, cm lit r Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Booms In various part ot the city.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Business House lately occupied by
Wood Hlttcuhou-c it Co,, on ljvee be
low 1 1th Mreet. Kent very reasonable.
Dwelling Iiou-0, 7 room?; 10 lots
enclosed, in good "rder. on Twenty
fourth anil Walnut streets. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on west side of Com
mercial avenue near 1'iflli treet, suitable
tor Miop and dwelling. Kent for each, $3
per mouth.
Dwelling house. 3 room.', .ojuKiftH
treet near Walnut. In cxitl repalfsTHiir-
$12.30 jwr month.
Cottage, 2 room and kltelieli.
Twonly-ilrst -trect, near Sycamore
north side. Went ?3, per mouth.
Two small house;, northue't corner
Mtleenth anil I'opulni. Kent low.
Basement ofbriek building, west side
of Washington aenue near Kightccuth
street, live room? in good eondllionl
1'ent low.
Building mi eat side of ( 'iimmi'icla
avenue, near Tenth street, -nltable ii.r
carpenter "hop. Cheap tent.
lilllldlUK on west side of ( 'ouimeieial
avenue, near Twelfth -tiei-l, did "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenement", ollleen and town hi vari
ous heaUon. KenU low.
I.oU nnd lauds for sale or leafe.
John Q. Hauman it ( ,,
Keal K-tatfi A Kent.-, corner Sixth and
I.evee streets. H-lfi.tf
All 4'tiriinlc lllocncM t'nreil
II Y lilt. 1IUI.T7.
He is located iii Cairo, Illinois nnd Is
still calling on you to be healed. Why
will you die of old chronic diseases when
you can be cured with i-o little cost or
money. Do not give it up yet, for there
is still balm In Gilead. Cairo is the
place to come to bo cured of all your
aches and pains.
I am now prcpnrcdny olllco to give
medicated baths, and'soiH wi-hlug to
tci'clvc such, will call at my olllco on
Kiuhtli street, No. 22, from the hours ot
2 p.m. till 0 p.m. Also plain baths, hot
baths, warm bath; , cold baths, or vapor
baths. Also persons having the con
sumption or week lungs, and wishing to
receive medicine by inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment nt my otllee, this be
ing tho only true way of getting inedl
clue direct to tlm lungi. Al-o I treat dis
eases ot tin: eyes of years standing, and
thu blind has been made to see by my
treatment. All diseases of tho skin j
cure. Fistula cured by mo' without the
use of the knife. If you haven cancer,
coiuo and bo eiucil. All private di-eases
In the ahortcst time, cured fy inc. In
short, for all chronic diseases of thu hu
man system, go to Dr. Unity. If you wish
to bu cured. 1 compound and prepare all
my medicines nt my oillcc. It I said
that practice makes perfect. I havo been
thirl v year u practicing physician.
All letter and communications shall
bo couildentlal and promptly attended to
by me. Direct Die. Uv;t.,
No. 22 Klglitli street, Cairo, Illinois.
l-l!)-d:!in '
.Notick. Hard ware, Iluwniu and
stoves, plows, hand cultivators, spade,
shovels, forks, hors, rakes, step ladder ;
also keep constantly on baud it lino ns
h'ortment ol table and pocket cutlery and
builder' hardware. I am solo agent for
tho celebrated Charter Oak stove, of
which I keep In stock a full supyly of tho
tllll'ercut hl.c3, Tim above articles at
"rock bottom figures'"
;!.,-,.1iii C. W. Hknuiuiso.v,
101 Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills
axoim i;hi:ktn,
( Oil ."HKItll'r'.
WVorrniilhorliH loatiliimnre tlial It. A. tM-
iniiniMiin lian ln.inilrnt ltr.nl.llrjn ramll
ilnt'1 lor MifTllt, at tfii' vanillic ronnty lif ilnn
con env ci.i:itK,
l.nnon Ui i.i.tiix i-I'I(hp annniinrliat taiu
u cainiiiiaii- ior luc nnirf mi ity i.lrrk, at tlirap-
uwu. iiimx l it) I'll'I'llini ,T II.U l. IIAWK1K4.
. rraiitlionfiil t-i nnnounct l hi- wimr tt
.i.uii.i..-ii;AKT an n lamliilale fnr II,
fiiiirr rtl cktl, nt Hie f niiilii rlljr rlrrlimi,
Ue me nulliorlF'-l tn announce tti name of
H. r. .1AI.M an a cnnillda Ir for re-rlwtlnn In
lliniiflicorL IV i'Anl. al IIih rntnlni; rhartrr
fm-lioil. m-
Mr. William Mraltnn l lifn bv hiiihiuiiikI aa
rantiiuaii'iorienii'roiiiiPiioara in r.iucauun.
l.ici lloN, Satiinlay, Aril lit.
I3-A1I Milt for ailTrrllilnK, at ilur anil ,ay.
Iranflint aJvrtUIn(t will U-lnlcrtf.1 at Ilia
rile of II t' Kricniarf for the lint Insertion
ami fl rrnli for each tutiHiient one A liberal
illtcoiintwill leiuailc on Uniting' anil illi'j.Ujr
For InMttlnK Kuneral notice tl M Notice of
milting of aoclellea or tecret onlm So centa for
faii lnnertlon
Church, Hocletr, Kratiral ami Supiwr notion)
will ony he lnrttd aa ailverllM-menU
No ahertlreint'(il will be rewired at le than
M u'lita, and no aUTertl'tmcnt ill lie InserlH
for les than three ilollart )kt month
Local Bualneaa Notices, of
ten lines or more, inaenea
in toe Bulletin aa follows
Commence Counting at ton Lines
One Insertion ner Una H Centa.
Two Insertions per Una 7 Cents.
Three Insertions per line 10 Cents.
Hlx Insertions per Una -IB Cents.
I wo weeks per lino ao cents.
One month per line .................. US Cents.
No Reduction will bo mads In above
FKIDAV, Al'KII. 7, 187C.
I.ochI Wrnlber Rvport.
Cairo, III.. April !, ItCC.
1IKC Halt. Tna. I Wimd. VtL. I Wkatii.
7a.ni. w.STi i;i.'.' I O I o ciir"
ll : v).3iij, tn I w I i i ii,
! p.m. ai.as; i u s i l ' iln
3111" i(J.-M tl '. ,C 0 1 do
Frrrffant, SlKiial htrrtce, U. o. A.
Cenleiinlnl llnti
Just received liy Goldstine fc Keen-
water. 2.tr.
Kid Uloir.
I resli arrival ot a very large assort
incut ot ladies' and gcnW kid gloves at
J Ilurgcr & Co. H-'Jl-t!
I.lnen liiirr.
I.inen libre, tilatcllnlsh, letter and note
paper at the IIcllktix otllcc. Itliieaud
ercain laid, lclow St. I.ouls price.
Vnolimrrr Ijtrea Mud If rtllnica.
Cashmere lace and netting, a splendid
assortment, certain to please the ladies,
Ju.t in, at .1. HurgerA Co. .VJl-tf
Attention: Denier.
We have four dozen Imitation Kbony
Sprague Can-Oiieners, taken for adver
tising, whlcli wu will sell at two dollars
ierdo7cn. inquire at Itulletin otllee.
Iieauttlul line of hrwVinUioidfric'
iut rcceiV('iWiyUie,ifogtii.ed "embroid
ery hoii'e' of Cairo d. Ilurger iV Co.
lloiiat- kc-irnt, A I leu I Ion.
I lo you know that J. Ilurgca.A. Co. are
In receipt of a magnificent line of carpets
and oil clothes, all the very latest styles
and designs ? Tho llrst arrival ot)-he si'v
son Stop In and examine their stock.
Kx-rlior Nlllouli.
This popular saloon, comer Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, Is open to
the public. The- bar Is supplied with
pun; wines choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars
:5-2.Vlm A. Iwiors Proprietor.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Hi'i.lktin, unless the
same Is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pauy, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
purpose whatsoever.
Caiuo Hullktin Company.
NovcmlHT 19. 1S7.". it
The I'liioc.
For a cleaj shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to J,
George .Stelnhoiiie on Eighth street,
Alexander County Hank building. His
shop Is always neat; his towels alwayu
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
Ills tables covered with the latest dally
papers, lor the bcnelltof Ills customers.
Sipi-nr I'll) ini'iif .
Georgu Lattuer, proprietor of tho New
KxeeUIor Saloon, Commercial avenue
three doors below Stxth trcet, I bound
to became thu popular resort of thu city.
Thl morning nt 10 o'clock ho will Inau
gurate a new feature in hi line of busi
ness, to-wlt : Ho will resume specie pay
mentpay out silver In making change
A free lunch every morning nt 10 o'clock.
Tho bar Is stocked with Pilsner beer, and
tlw best ot wine, liquor and cigar.
Give the Kxeelslor a call It is tho place
for tho best beer, and hard money, tf
Sin: Kocu. C. Koch, at his Miop and
storeroom, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boot and shoes of
'his own make ; also a largu stock of St.
LouU cuMom mndo bonis and shoe. Ho
keeps thu best material nnd is up In all
thu latest styles, HI lit are perfect, nnd
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Give him n
call- 0-23-tf I
Notick to Caniuiuti:. Candidates
lino' use the column of the Hi'i.i.ktin
to bring their name beforo the people, at
the following rates, casi in udcancn
City Clerk, $5; City Treasurer, .?.'; Al.
di rman, $2. No variation trom thu ri
in adranet rule. If
A. Hai,i.i:y. A .Hut-lot of tablu and
pocket cutlery, nUo spades, bhovcls-
hoes, rakes, forks.axes nnd a general lluo
of hardware Just received by A. Ilalley,
115 Commercial nveniie. 2-18-:ttn.
fkf Tliama' r.komlantloii.
Tin; cxamlimtloii ol .. I). Tlionx, the
bankrupt, befOni KejjlMer .lohti Q. Har
man, was commenced yesterday and will
be concluded to-day.
All parties bavtug eliilins ajealnst the
New l.cvee aro hereby notified that I will
ettle the Mine, a. directed by the city
council, on Monday next.
It It. F. Hi.Ah-H, City Treasurer,
Mr. Adkins, lather of Captain Adklns
of tho transfer steamer .tunlm H.MorRan,
died at bla residence on seventh street
yesterday morning, ofpneumonta. Tho
remain were taken to .St. CharlM, Mis.
sour!, via the St. I.ouls, Iron Mountain
and .Southern railroad last evenim?.
when; they will Ikj Interred.
roiT Thletes.
On Wednesday night thieves entered
the shop of Mr. Alex. Frazler, on Com
inercial avenue, and took away with
them over fllty dollar worth of copper.
Officer John tihechan wai Informed of
tho transaction, and upon inquiry found
that thu parties had trld to sell their
plunder to .Mr. .Toe Smith, but he hi
been unable thu far to pick up any clue
to their whereabouts. Hu will bring
them toyriel though. If any one can.
Mr. W. (,'. Kichards and wife, of llos-
tou, arc at the St. Charles.
U.S. Illddell, ol New York, la reKl-
tercd at tho St. Charlc".
Captain .1. II. iJunlap.orOrav's Iron
lino of steamers, Is at the St. ( harlcs.
-Col. P. It. Van Frank, president of
the Cac Girardeau and State Line rail
road, I registered at the St, Charles. He
U on hi way home to Cupe Girardeau
from a trip over the St. Louis. Iron
Mountain and Southern railroad.
George It. Hranson. New York, and
M. Glas, llaltlmore. are at the St.
I'. S. Billlngsiy, a stockholder and
member of the board ol directors of the
Alexander County bank, Is In the city.
He Is registered at the St. Charles.
(Jrrnt Bankrupt Hale.
ov Is your last chanco to get your
goods at less than cost, as I have bought
tho whole bankrupt 'took of Heilbron &
Well, consisting ot dry goods notions,
clothing, etc., at such low prices that en
able mo to give everybody bargains that
will satisfy even the hardest cuntomcr.
I will continue the business at the old
htand ot Heilbron & Well only tor thirty
days longer, and all thu goods must be
sold within that time on account of re
moval. ISc on hand in time, before all
the bargains arc gone, as 1 mean bu-i
ness. Solomon Paiikiiu, ot Cln.
in 142 Commercial avenue.
A So. 1 linudrjr.
It U now conceded that Mm. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be.
tween Wa-hlngton and Commnrclal ave.
nucs, has one of tho best conducted Inim
dry establishments in the city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
limbic tiNhelr advantage ."to ill upon
her. Tier prices are as follows : Hotel
and hoarding-house- washing 7." cents
per do.eu. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 10c: per
doen, Kc; sock, fie; two collars, fie;
two handkerchiefs, fie ; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wir, ."-Oe. ikt dozen.
Ladies plain calico v dresses, 2."c; ealieb
dres.H's with extra trluimlngi-fiOc;"whlte
dresses SI 2.hj; ladies' uuderware, line
andVoarse, $1 00 ier dozen. U'SMf.
(trtfiiiiliittlon ofllie Mcliunl llonnl.
The llrst meeting of the board of edu
cation, with the lately elected members,
Messrs. Stratton and Saflord, was held In
the olllco of Mr. SaHbrd at tho City
National hank, on Tuesdiy.
Present were Messrs. Sailord, Pace,
Fisher, Stratton and Korsemeyer.
Mr. Stratton was called to the chair.
Mr. Satlord was nominated and elected
president of the board,
Mr. Korsemeyer was nominated and
elected clerk.
After considering different matters re
garding tho schools, Mr. Korsmeycr,
clerk of the board was instructed to noti
fy Miss Kmerick, formerly of tho high
school, that tho board, desired her to take
cliargoof room No. 2, in the Thirteenth
street school building, lately vacated by
Miss Maggie Aubrey, next Monday
A motion was made and carried, that
Mr. Kortcmeyer act as purchasing agent,
anil custodian of the school buildings.
There being no other business requir
ing Immediate attention the board ad
journed. Who Art1 They
For tho past week there has been in
tho city several gentlemen who havo
been set down by many as very "queer''
fellows. They go about town examining
tho various business houses, from an out
side view, and when they have mado a
circuit ol anyone part of the clty,thcy re
turn to their quarters, and In a very short
space of time appear again, but not a
they were when you first got n sight of
them. This thnu they aro nttlred In
clothing in great contrast to those worn
on thu occnslon of their llrst promenade,
and so they keep changing their dress
from morning till night, to avert suspi
cion. If these gentlemen uru not what
they nro supposed to be by many, thieves,
they aro surely great admirer of lino
clothes, nnd they love to show them, as
several niembori of the party havo been
seen ou the street with three complete
outfit, In tho paeo of ten hours. They
are all very Intelligent, gentlemanly look
ing fellow, whom no one would pre
sume were not what they eem to be at
a glance, gentlemen of wealth mid leis
ure, and least of all would they ho taken
lor what they undoubtedly arc ra Ret who
will not hesitate a moment to knock you
on tho head or crack u crib, provided they
Ktaiulu ghost of a chance of unking a
pecuniary rale by the operation.
The i Ivor, have nhmit come
o a
Special bargain In iiiiiIIii at Gold
Mine & Itosemvatcr's. 3-20-tf
The third quarterly, meeting of the
.Methodi-t church commences to-morrow
This it tlm day for the regular weekly
tobacco sale at the Planters' Tobacco
Warehouse, on Tenth street.
A splendid selection of chetioU Jut
received at (iold'llno A llo'onwatcr's
3-20.1 f
The Free ISenevolent Sons and Daugh
ter of America gave n leap year party at
Phlllls' hall lat evening. Tin- colored
folks turned out In fall force.
John A. Steven anil Carlotta, who
visited Cairo last summer, are playing at
theo)cra house In Vlcksbnrg. They
will probably give tills city another call
A numlior people In tho upper end of
town who have been ulng belladonna as a
carlct fever preventative, we learn, have
Klven their children too much of the
medicine, and liucu-ral Instances It has
caused serious illness.
Paducah's crack baseball club Is tot
ting ready to knock the "stutlln" out of
anything In this section of country
this Rummer, and, wo arc told, wants to
como to Cairo and try the Cairo boys Just
lura practice game, vie reckon our
"tellers" have had enough of i'aducjh In
the way ot base ball.
A party of young men went out . ore
nadlng the other night, with a couple of
colored vocalists and guitar players.
They stopped under the window of the
sweetheart ot one of the young men, and
ono or the darkey In-gaii "Tell me
Darling am I Dreaming ?" Tho old man
who had been out playing a friendly
game of Sancho, happened hi about that
time, grabbed tho darkey by the nape
of the neck and told him "to wake up."
Hu woke and the old man told hhn to
'waltz oil, D. Q." or he'd "bust him."
The party deeamncil without further
Icmonstratlon from tire parent. Wo will
announce the arrival of the younjr man
who had thu negroes In charge. Thev
are among t be absent at present.
A correspondent of thu Su, com
menting upon our reference to HI
Honor, Mayor Winter, sees proper to In
dulge in a few remarks personal to our.
.lr ii . ....
evii. iitii, now, wnai oi it? in our
reference to Mayor Winter we mado no
personal reflection upon him ; and even
If we bad done o he would not be helped
uy saying mat somebody else has been
weak has looked upon the beer when it
was red ha raised Old Ned, and all that
kind of thing. It It will do Mayor
Winter and hi friends any good we will
say to them that we can, on occasions,
hold our own with the best, "set 'cm up
again." and not go home till morning.
Lord help us, we have done much In that
way during our short life; but we have
retired from the business permanently.
Nooiirr Marry rtinn Ju to Jnll.
A young woman made her nppenrunco
before Judgo Hros on Wednesday, nnd
wore out a warrant for a couple w ho, as
she alleged, were living In uu open state
ofadultry. The warrant was placed In
the bands ol an officer who yesterday
brought tho couple beforo hi honor lor
a hearing. The evidence showed very
clearly that the pair were guilty, and
they were held to ball in tho sum of two
hundred dollars each, to answer the
charge at tho next term of the circuit
Alter the judge li.vl given his decision,
the titan, who I a robust son of Krln.
audge. I want ye' to
ax me a few
quetfjjms about mesllf."
It s toojato to ask any question
now,"WIJtd the Judge.
IVyeJRirth.it now?" said the defen
dant to mc woman.
'Yes'," iJTPiuatroil the woman, "Of
course I hear ItT' -
Ah, be JabcraCuilarlint.we're in a bad
tlx. anyway. 1 gffv. darlliit.ciii ve' nut
up for both avusJ"
f '
No," said tho woman, "I can't put up
for myself."
I'henbyiny soul we're In a mighty
tight Hx. I say, ycr honor, provldln'
circumstances nro such that we can't pay,
thin pint win ye do wid us ?"
Put you In Jail," replied his honor,
"Ah, be tho Gods, we're goners, mo
darllnt. Yer honor, ain't a small holu
where we can crawl out ov tills unpleasant
position at?"
f'Tliew'a just ono," said the Judge.
'There Is? then fist inhition It ifyez
plaze, sir."
'Get married to her," was the answer,
Git married? Listen now. Glt mar
ried? but bo gorry I'm no uiarrln' man."
That's the only avenuo through
which you can escape," said tho judge.
"Will these la mighty hard times for n
man like meself to git married, but 1 be
lave I'd sooner marry thin go to Jail.
Phat ily'e say. mo lady, will yez have
Tho woman consented, and the gallant
swain said:
"It's all right Judge, we'll gel mar
ried." "Wheru's your license," said thejiulge.
"License! Phat tliodlvll's a license
The Judge explained.
"An' where do yez git it?"
"At tho county clerk' olllco."
"Does It cost anything?"
"Tho cost of this trial, your marriage
license nnd my services for marrying-you
will cost twelve dollar nnd seventy
"Oh bu Jaber phat a sit ov thieve ; I
haven't got a penny. 1 say, mo dear, it
costs twelve dollars and sevinty chits.
Can yez pay It?"
The woman said she had twelve dol
lars, which the Judge said would do. Tho
couple were turulslicd wllh a license from
thu clerk's olllco and married, and they
left thu court room.
Mmr Hkckivi:i- A. Ilalley has just
received a lino lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, flower stands, llower
trainer, baskets, archer, heart ami
wreathe, which he has marked very low,
nt 1 15 Commercial avenue. 2-18-;tin,
I'ollrn Conn.
Olllcor .Slirchau yesterday mrtiiilnrr ai
rested n youth named Thomas Young,
who had walked all' with tho traveling
satchel orau old gentleman who arrived
In the city on Wednesday night. He was
nji before Judge llros lor trial yesterday,
but the owner or the satchel being nbeiil,
a charge or vagrancy was preferred
agalit him, and he was lined one hundred
dollar nnd cost, lie was sent to Jail
for lllty-two days, and will labor on the
street. Young also had In his posse,
slon several nlekles coined of lead, that
OllleerSheehau Is under the linproMon
he manulActured himself, and w hich the
oflicer think Yonnir Intended iiaIiur
whenever an opportunity ofleicd.
Thomas Galfney was arrested by
Oflicer Andy Cain for being Intoxicated.
He was fined two dollar and co-l and
sent to jail for two days.
llllam Forrest, a wicked looking
darkey, was arreted by Olllccr Hillings,
ly for disturbing the peace. lie was
fined Hftccn dollar and costs, and sent to
jail for nine day. Forrest was arrested
on complaint of a negro named Hob
Stoke, who allege that ho fried to pick
a quarrel with him near Scott's saloon
on Wednesday night. Stokes says For
rest I lust out of the penitentiary, where
ho (Stokes) was al work, he 'thought
he had latter look out tor himself.
Mollle Jones was up for selling
liquor without llcene. It could not be
proved that she did so. however, and she
was discharged. She said she kept ale
in the house, but she did not sell It. She
had it that in case a gentleman friend
called shu could entertain him fa-li-lonably.
Ciilro Ali'XiiiHlrr llimtlni; fluli -Urutiri
Hull lo -InUe llncu .llomliiv
i:e, April l?lli.
Tho members of the above club having
secured tho largest and best hall (Wa-h-
ington Hall,) and tho be-t niu-ic (Prof.
Llsenburg' full band) In tho city, they
expect and Intend to hayn one ol the best
and most enjoyable dances that overtook
place In the city. They are having the
hall thoroughly renovated trom top to
bottom. Thu ladies' reception room w 111
boa model of beauty, as fhe gentlemen on
the committee of decoration have taken
special pains to lit up this room. The
decoration of thu dancing hall wlllbu tho
tlncst ever seen hi thl city. Among thu
numerous articles for decortlng and fes
tooning the hall we noticed nit Kngllsh,
Pruslan, French, J.'iisslan. Snanlsh.
Iriih and the American Hags. Thu mem
bers of thu club are determined to rival
all their former efforts and are giv
ing their Units and expending thdr
money with a liberality that shows they
mean to leave nothing undone lo make
their party a success.
W. T, Hn:nwAiiT,
J 'II I I.I.I 1- JIl.lM.
Fiti:i. SritAo,
( oumiittcc on Arrangements.
t or Knswas unit 'iliralii.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fo
railroad from Kansas City and Atchl-on
on tho .Missouri river, via Topeka, the
capltol ot Kansas, and tlm beautiful r
kans.is valley to tho Kocky Mountains.
The shorten route to Puebelo tin- Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Mnnitoii,
Pikes Speak, and nil places of notu in the
mountain regions. The favorite route
to Denver and nil points In Northern
Colorado. The bet route to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. The
only dirtct route to thu famous S.in
Juan mines. The track and equipment
Is tinnqiialed, trains run through Irotn
the .Missouri liver, to the Kocky .Moun
tains, making connections in Union de
pots and avoiding delays and trans
fers. For full descriptive clieulars
limps, time tables, etc., address
T. .1. A.NIlEltSON.
Gcn'l Pass Agent, Topeka. Kan.
(.'iinci'i'M Curcil.
Dr, llebern Ciallin of the Northwestern
Cancer Institute No. 1U7.1, Wabash ave
nue, Chicago, will be In Cairo, at thu St
Charles hotel. April 21st and 22d to treat
patient for tills dreaded disease. Can
cers may bu surely, speedily and perma
nently cured, In all Its forms, If taken be
fore the patient Is too far gone without
the use of the knife, with littleoruopaln,
and without debilitating the patient.
Till remedy was discovered by Dr.
Clatlin, and is known only to himself.
Having tested Its clllency thoroughly
during twenty years' practice, he Is pre
pared to guarantee an aboslutc and per
manent cure In every cast-he undertake.
The ISt'Li.F.Ti.v has for sale one numlrcd
tounts of Job type, Including many series
that are now generally In use In the llrst
class Job olllces of the United States. .Ml
these fount will bo sold at half their
original cost. Many of them aro com
plete and almost now, embracing n large
variety, among Iheui being Paysou
scripts, Kuteka texts, tltlu text open,
Plildlau, rimmed black, nioua.-tlc, broad
gauge, Kgyptlau, bank notn Italic, Tus
can, engraver open, Celtic, i-rencti
clarendon, etc. We oiler these fount
for sale because wo are fast renewing the
material of tho IIl'i.i.utin Job olllco with
thu latest faces, all costly and adapted to
city use. In a few days we will send lo
our country Irlends circulars (llplaylng
fount separately and hi scries, to which
will bo attached prleo and terms. Where
whole serle are purchased special redun
tlons will bu made. Orders tor job prlnt-
ng from country olllces promptly lllhu.
For Salo.
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
cltyof Cairo at ?2 fiO each (halt price.)
-A silver plated No. !i Wilson Shuttle
Hewing Machine, hard (piano) finish,
valued at Will bu sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, mid ordered direct
from the factory.
A $00 Itemlngton Sowing Machine
$30 oil for cash. Suitable tor tailor or
boot and slum manufacturer.
For any of thu nboyq artele,iipply nt
tholttii.i.r.Ti.N oHlcti. F,. A. Uun.Niirr. .'
I (it-niK i
Flltv cent, at WlnlerV Onllorv 1
( Aino. lLL..Thursd.n Kvcnitii.i
April 0, 1S7IS. ;
Tho weather since our last Issue has
avorctl business rind transactions have,
been fair. Thens nro plenty of all grades
of Hour In the market, with tho exeei-
uon ot medium of sound stock.
There are plenty of medium grade here
sllghlly damaged; the ileinnnd I for
Hour ranging in price from $1 fiO to .?. W).
Hay Is in great abundance and very dull.
There Is not much corn coming Into
market, but the stipplt is sulHclunt to
satisfy thu demand. Oat are firm at
W cent for good mixed hi sack. There
Is a good supply In the waiehotise.
There I little demand lor meal nnd l.i-nn.
Iluttcr is In fair supply, but little is beltur
used nt the price dealers are obliged to
sell at. The market ha been cleaned out
of eggs at 11 cents, but tho local demand
to-day would pay higher prices. Poultry
I In fair supply. Ilnyers are hanging
oil, but prices aro firm. Dressed meat
nre very quiet. Potntoe and onions arc
very dull and In great abundance. Ap
pies arc In good demand. There aro very
few In the market. There Is n fair de
mand for good sweet potatoes at $.1 2fi
per bbl.
Jiy-Our friends should bear in mind
Hint the prlcei here given are usually
for sales from first hands In round lots,
fu lining orders and for broken lots it Is
nc:es?ary lo charge an advance over
Ihe-e ngures."rSij
Flour ha been pretty active, but thu
demand principally is for medium grade
out of sound stock. Other grade arc in
good supply. Wu notu the sale of 100
bbls low grades spring, $:i 7SI 00; 100
bbls medium XXX spring, Sfi 2fi ; 200
bbl various grades .? fi0(u7 CO; 109 bbls
xXX, S I 00; 200 bbls various
?3 fiOgC fiO ; :iOO bbls various
$i 2:.(5G 7."; 100 bbls various
$1 2fi2,7 00; 1210 bbl various grades,
city, ?1 OOigS .V); -100 bbls various
L'rades. l ucVT,.7 -2.-,.
There has been no Improvement in hay
.-luce our last Issue The market ! duil
as it can possibly be. Stock are In great
excess. o note tno sale or 1 our com
mon, mixed, $8 : 7fi bales common coin
$1 per bale; 2 car good mixed $10.
(. om 1 quiet. The supply is about
equal to (lie demand, though the receipts
havo been small. We nolo the -ale ot 2
cars white in sacks, ISo ; fifiO sicks white,
There Is a pretty firm feeling hi oat at
3.1 cent ior good mixed I it sack-. There
is a good supply in the warehouses. We
note the sale ot l car Northern In bulk,
:toc ; fi3." sacks mixed, IWe; 2 cars North
ern mixed In sacks, title.
-o sales of meal were reported. Tho
market is well slocked with city steam
dried, and there I also a good supply ol
country meal, lloth nro dull.
Hran Is very dull. The (Uilysulenoted
was l.'lfi sacks at $13.
Hulter Is quiet. There Is a talr supply
In market. Wo notu thu sale ol I tub of
roll, 30c ; 2 pall Southern Illinois, 25e.
The market I bare ol eggs. There is
a fair local demand at price- in advance
ol'quotatiou below. Wo note llie sale
of 3 boxes He; 500 ilozun He.
There is a fair -upply of poultry in
market. Sales are rather Mow, but
prices are linn. Wo nolo tho .a!u of l
coop mixed chickens ?3 7fi; 2 cooj.s
choice hen, $1 !.".
Thu weather doe not favor the dresed
meat trade, but good veal anil lxf will
sell at fair prices. Thorn i very little In
market. A few good hogs will also sell
at from 7$ to 8 cents.
Potatoes and onion aro unchanged.
The market I full and they are not sale,
Good apple are in demand. Then
are very few In market nnd choice will
bring big prices.
T' ere U a fair demand for good sweet
potatoes at quotations Wu note tho sale
of I bbls, S3 25.
We note the sale of 10 boxes, ?l 23
We nolo the sale of lO.half boxes, $3 2fi.
Wo notu the salo ol fiO boxes Lntting'
Excelsior soap, Co per pound.
Wo quote salt In car load lots, $1 W) ;
less than car load lots, $1 7.. We nolo
the sale of SO bids, SI 7.".
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, S3 ; nut, S2 ; delivered ear
load tier ton, lump. S3 CO : nut. S2 70 :
delivered tier aluglu ton, lump, SI ! nut
S3 2.i; llaum or HitrrMmrg coal on
track per car load, lump. S27; nut, $10:
delivered per ton, S3 50 ; Pitt-burgh coal
car load on track, $5 fiO per ton ; tingle
ton, delivered,
Hide ant dull, tint them is a lair de
mand for lurs, at quotations .-
Hinns-Dry tllnt.l21(131e. dry sailed,
101UJu: green salted, fij&iio damaged,
J price.
Funs Wo quote : Western Otter, No
6000o; No, 3, 2.1c ; No
No. 1 caml, SI 60 ; No.
-I. 10c: lteil.
1 onen. ,-,.
Skunk IJtack. SOctflSI : halfstiliicd.SOf.!)
OOo; narrow, 33c; lilttens. Hie. Opos
huiu 810c. Heaver $1 503. .Muk-rat-10(7532c.
Bern No. 1, $S ; No. 2, f5j
No.,n,$23: No.-l.fi0e.
( " ov tiu:
; viijr or rmru.
colored and vnrnishod, for tua at halt
price ($2.30) nt tho IIi i lkti.v ollleo.
1. 3'Vo0 fiO ! No 2, S,K.;3 SO : No, 3, si
1 fiO; No. I, 2.h). Mluk No. 1, SI
1 2fi; No 2, Hi7i)73e ; No. 3, 2fic; No. Y.
10o. Kaccoon No. 1, "GffiSOo; No. 2,
loo ; No.II.20o; No. t, Sc. Fox-Gray,
No. 1 cased. SI: No. 1 onen. 75u: n -.
i Anorr
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Ill IoiviiIbIi writer nf 1:i.
Scrg'-ant.Slitnul enl. I.., a.
i'ori i.ui.
Sleanier Jim Fisk, Padticah.
" llprniiidH, Nashville.
" All Stevens, St. Louis
" Gray Hound, tow, Ohio jlter.
John A. Scudder, New Orlean.
" Thos. Sherlock, New Orleans
" Colorado, Vlcksbnrg.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis
" Cons Millar, Memphis.
" Commonwealth, New
Steamer Jim Fisk. Padin.-ah.
" Iterinuda, Nashville.
" Lilly, Cincinnati.
" Alt Slovens, Dtersburg.
Grey Hound, tow, Memphis
" John A . Scudder, New Orleans
Tho. Sherlock, Cincinnati.
" 'olorndo, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, .Memphis.
" Cons .Millar, Cincinnati.
" t otnmotiwcalth, St. Louis
The gauge stood ir, feet 1 Inch yes
tcrday evening. The rise was ono Inch.
The Ohio I still falling rapidly at Cln.
clnnatl. Tho deellnu there yesterday be
ing 2 feet S Inches. At LouWvlllo the fall
was 1 root 1 Inch; At Evansvlllc 1 loot
Inches. At Nashville the Cumberland
declined 2 feet 7 Indus and at Paducati
the rise was 1 Inch.
Thu weather was warm and pleasaii?-,
Ilii-lness, was quiet.
The Jim FJsk Is the Paducali pacta t
tills evening. She leave at live o'clock;
The Peytona and barge were dul
up last evening. Thu Common wcaltn
passed the Peytona and tow about eight;
mile below llie city about four o'uloelc
iu the evening.
The Grey Hound and tow passed
down outot tlm Ohio for Memphis early
yesterday morning.
The Con Millar added 200 barrel
of Hour for New York on her up trip yes
terday. She had a fair trip.
The Commonwealth came up about
seven o'clock last evening with a good
trip of freight and people. Sho put off a
lot of Irleght at thu 'tone depot and went
her way.
The Colorado and Thomas Sherlock
camu up togcthur yesterday. They had
a neat little race trom thu point to tho
wharf, thu Sherlock coming in about two
length ahead of her adversary. They
both had fair up-stream trips, and after
transacting husinc here, lelt for their
respective places.
Tho Fl-k had a fair trip down and
back to Paducali.
Tho Itcrmiidacamc down from Nnsh
vlllo with a fair trip. Included iu htr
cargo were i-O hogi-heads tobacco for the
south. She went back w ith a light load,
as usual.
Thu All, Stevens got hero -10 pkg
mowing machine and a car ot grao
stones, among other freight. Shu goe
direct to Dyersburg.
Tho fourteenth dMrict llghthoiue
tender Lily, after turning over to tho
Alice, which boat arrived from St. Louis
on Wednesday evening, that portion of
her labor between here nnd Natchez, in
turned to Cincinnati. The Lilly' work
will hereafter be done between thl city
and Pittsburg.
The Grand Tower for Memphis, and
thu Scudder for New Orleans, had fair
trips. The Scudder added about lift
tons, and the Grand Tower also mado
some additions.
Somktiiino New. Tho llghtung, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
the late-t and the bot over made, nt A.
Halley's, who I now selling his largo
stock of stove, tin nnd brlttana wnro at
greatly reduced prices. Givo him a call
before you purchase, 113 Commercial nr
eniie. 2-lS-3m.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Fuducab, Shawnootown, Eve.nn
villo, Louiavillo, Ciuoinnati -and
all way landingB.
'I hi- tmrl vultrtl aliK-wlui-1 MeailUT
l). (1. Kuwlkii .Master.
V.u. It. Thomas ClirU.
Will U-avcKvttuvlll8 fur CulroveryilU.NU A If
ami TlIUItSUA Y ul 1 o'clock i. m. '
.(-uvea Culruevcry t UKSDAY unit i ItUUY.ul
ll o'clock i, iu.
1 lie I'lcsunt Ule-wiuvt Bti-nuwr
IIkv IIow-aiui ..JIstir.
WAI.ftli II. I'UNNINIITON .,... Uertt.
Will lie Kvuiiavllla for Ciilrontcry TUE-
HAY mill fill DAY i 1 nVlncL II. III.
Will lcua Calroeverv WKUNKSUAYondSA
UllllAY ut 0 o'clock I' "I
Tilt- cli-ifant iili'-Ut alninirr
Juiis (loir ,..ilalrr
Mir. lVii.i.uwa ClrH.
Intw KruwTllle for Cairo every WKIINIM
DAY auil SATOKAUY at 5 I). Ill
l.iuM(.ulruery TUtUtSDA Y and SUNDAT
ul 0 in
KjcIi boat make elude coDDirtlooa at Cairo
nllh fimt-claa aleanicr fur Kt Loulu, licm-
11I1K.H11I New Irrltuns, auct ut Mkliavllla with
(lie ft C. II. it. rorallpoUiUNuiUtKita KaL
ami Willi Hit LouUvlllo Mail Hleanifri frn-afl
oluu on tlio Uipr Olito, giving throiiflu
I'll.ts on I'rciRhia utl wuuige (o all point
rllmtary. ft - " '
Kor in llier tnforniauou spplf to
SOt. blLVIalt. VaaafcrArptt
IIAIXIUAYBU03-, jieuta.
J.M.l'Htt-Ul'li. I.
Ol io (1. J. tillAMMKl!.
.iiiinTliitiii.Wut ami (itncral Yrh I AKcnt,
.Kl.'.").r. KianrTlltll Ji'U.

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