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Knlrhla of I'y thtaa, Bnb tmy ttl
dar ntilit tt half-put Miin. in OiH-
rtllowi'lUll. How,
Chancellor ( omroamkr.
1 i . i ,. i
imlvmnilMit tinier of Odd-l-
lowa, mcU every Thursday night
i i.alr.ta Kim. In their liilloi
oibhw rcial arfiiu , ixiw-n main m Tenia
'.tettt ClIAH I. AMI, N (1
' VII HO KNl-AMI'MKNT, I. O. O. r.. meat
iVinCMil-IVIlowi' IUII onlh tntuil (bird
i ii'iitn) In every" month, al half-past seven
""uAMir) I.ODOK, NO,2S7,A.r. . M.
J llnlilrrrular communications Id Ha
7tr loulc Hall, corner CoiuisptcUI arano
' tid Kichtli strut, on the second and
oljrlh Monilar of'sah Month.
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, f'ulrn lots,
In oxihangit for HI. I.nuls property.
The south halt of tin- "1'ilot" lionw nt
h bargain,
House on Ninth street, between Wal
nut mid Cellar streets, lately occupied by
.!. Jiuhlcslngpr, $15.
lloue on Twellth street Wi-t ol Wnl
nut, t roouiH rind kitchen, $11.
Iliiklncsshoiifc on I.cvcoMrcel, above
ICIghth, $20.
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
tl&et, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
next to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Cottage or l rooinH on Twenty-third
Mreet, $. liood yard and cistern.
liooil dwelling hnuc on Walnut, Imj
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-th'rd
Mn-cts, $10.
Store-room rornrr Twentieth and
I'oplar streets, $1J 00.
Store room adjoining ahove, ?S.
Home on Commercial avenue, abnvo
Ninth ttrcet, suitable lor business and
duelling. S10.
Home on Walnut street, near ('enter
pleasant premise., $12 CO.'
llou' on Coiuifceiclal meniie, near
IDth Mreet. .Sultalle for b(hi and
Tencuiciitu numbered 7, .1 and
5i, Winter' How, 6 rooms eaih for $10
per month. WU be put In tlrst-clas
Cottage on Sixth Mrret, near Wash
ington nvenue I room?, $7.
Store room Is "Pilot lloii'e," lately
nt'Uplcd ly A. Ilalley. ,
Dwelling home on Sixth street and
Jefferson avenue $10.
-Orphan A turn building and pteiui
Iteut loir, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, 512 a month.
Kooius In tarlous part fit the city.
Loud, In tract? to suit, near Cairo.
- llnInes House lately occupied by
Wood Klttenhouse & o., on Levee bc
low 14th street, licit very reasonable.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, In good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut street. Kent low to
u good tenant.
Two tenement on west side of Com
merclal avenue near Filth street, ultahlt
lor shop and dwelling. Kent foreach, $3
per month.
Dwelling hotije, ,ri room, on Fifth
stieet near Walnut, In good repair. Kent
SIU.M per month.
Cottage, 'i rooms anil kitchen,
Twents'-first street, near Sycamoie
no rth side. Kent $.1, per mouth.
M'wo email houses, northwest corner
l'ltteei.,t and Popular. Kent low.
fSL,tiient of Ulok building, wet Hide
of Washhi "C'011 aenui' near Kishteenth
street, live Tooiim In good condltionl
Kent low.
Building on eat .lde of Coiniiieroia
avenue, nour Tenth strcvt, wiltnblc f.r
carpenter shop.- Cieap rent.
KulldiiiK on west fclde of Comuiereial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenement", olllces and room In vnrl
oiia lacatiom. Kents low.
Lots and lands for sale or kafe.
John Q. Haiiman it Co.,
Ileal Katato Agents, comer Sixth and
l,evee itreet. W.VIf
All 4'lironle niaenpa Curril
IIV till. III'I.T.
Hols located In Cairo, Illinois, and U
Htlll calllne; on you to bo healed. Why
will you die of old chronic diseases, when
you can bo cured with f-o little cot or
money. Do not :lvo It up yet, for there
iti still balm In (Ulead. Cairo l the
place to come to bo cured' ol all your
aches and pains.
I am now prepared at my olllce to j;lvc
medicated baths, aud persons wtshlu to
receive sttch, will call at my olllw on
Kiuhth street, No. 22, from the hours ol
'2 p.m. till 0 p.m. Also plain hath", hot
baths, warm bath, cold baths, or vapor
baths. Also persons having tho con
sumption or week lungs, and wishing to
receive medicines by inhalation, can re
ceive the treatment at my ofllce, this be
liif the only true way of Retting niedl
cine direct to tlm lungs". Also 1 treat dl.
uecsol Iheeyes of years standing, and
the blind has been made to sou by my
treatment. All diseases of tho skin
cure. Fistula cured by mm without the
use of the knife. If you have a cancer,
4:ome and be oured. All prlvato diseases
In the shortest time, cured ny me. In
... nil Mirnnln f1unnaf.A nf fhft till-
man syHteni, po to Dr. Hultz If you with
io do uiireu. i eoiiiuuti iuiuchiwivuh
tntr IllnfllnliiAQ at tlir nnipe. It la said
that practice makes perfect. I have been
thirty years n practicing physician.
All l.l... ,1 ...... 7.,.. oil Hi I
tie contldentlal and promptly attended to
in. iiia llli-onf r..; ll.,. t-.
No. 23 Klghth street, Cairo, Illinois,
Klogiuit Novelilva.
Hibbona, fans and pm asoln, luU-,1 ntylc
und lowest prices for sale at Burger &
lo'n. Alio an eiiiuUlte lot of cashmere
and ecru ties, lit the newest uewgns.
b ttlliiin.
. rohTarilCIV,'fP It a
We aiaulliorlud to aa nuance thatrt; ArV.I
munition la an Imlrutndmt ltiuMlean rninll
ilalrlnrMirilir, at the rimilni; rount; election.
I'.uiton llcl.t.CTls i-riraMai""ui llmt I am
a rahilldate for the ofllre of Ity Clerk, at llwap
lnoaililnK city rtectlon Wm.lK. Hawkirii.
Weareaiilliorlin) to announce the nan of
.IAJIKm W.NiF.WAHT u randlilale ror Hit
oniernreitrOrk, at tliernnulnx rMj elrrtlon.
We ore autliorlrnl to announce the name of
W. K. AXI.KV aacandliUI for re-flrctlon to
llieoflicenf (.itj- Cltrt nt the fiiulnt? charter
elerllon. Id
We are nuthorired to announce that H. V.
III. AKK will 1 a canilidate for re-election Jo
the olllce or t.'lty Tieaiiurer, at the emultiK ellj
We urv fiiithorlfeil lo annonnoc Mr, K. M
itiCKl-'I.KTII a randlilale for I lly lrea-
:r at Ihe apiiroaclunK municipal election,
We are authorized to announce the name of
11.111.111. Illll,ll ..M'..'
lion to the office of City Attorney, at the tnnu-
HIK dinner eiwiioo.
I he majority of the oter. In th i Klral W'anl
herehy announce Mr. JKWrnn ' WlljUJX as
Ihelr randlilale for Alderman of the Kald want,
and will aiiiiorl hllu at the enauliiK election.
We are authoru"! lo announce WJI.T. 11KKII
WAUI u a candidate for Alderruau from the
taroii'l Ward J
TIIOU. W. IIAM.IDAV U a candidate for
Alilermiin Irom the l iltli "nl, at the airourh.
iiik city election.
I . OAMIILK la auiKiuniyil a a candidate
for Alderman In the Fifth Want at the earnrat
aollrilallou of many vottra.
SCy"All bllla for adtcrtlainf, are due and ,ay.
aide ix AUVAUca
'Iranalrnt axlvertlalnR will be Inserted ut Ilia
rale of tt Ui r Muure for Ike drat Inaeillon
and M i nl for each auhuuuent one A liberal
iliwount will lie made on atandlnc and dlanlay
Kor Inaertina; Kuneral nolle 1 i olice of
mi. iIdi of aoclttln or aecret ordrra So centa for
earU Inaertlon
Church, Kociety, reatlral and Sujier notice
will only be lniertei aa aiWertlietntnUi
No ailrrrllkenunt will be reeeired at leaa lhau
Mnnta. and no aurerllMiitent will be inierted
for leu than three dollara ier mouth
iATl'ItDAV, APRIL 15. 1&7C.
Ural Weather Report.
Canto, lu... April 1, l7C
Hah. I Tin, I Wixd. I Vil. Wkatii.
ii ;
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'-y.n; i'ji
I t VI vta VI A I KUK
SrrKeant. Signal feertlce, U.S.A.
Ceuleunlal lint
.lust received by (toldstlue &, Kosen
ttater. 3-21-tf.
iiiil ilei.
ii Til uiiiiui ill re ivi j irtif,, .
merit ol ladle' and Kents' kid gloves at
.1 Hnrger A; Co. :-21 -tt
Fresh nrrivul ol n very large
I.lneii lnipr.
I.liieu llbre, plate tliilsh, letter and note
paper at the IJuli.v.tin otHeif. Hlne and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
U nail were l.neeaanil Mettlnaia.
f'aOiiuere lace and netting, a splendid
assortment, eertalu to please the ladies,
Just In, at J. Uurger & Co. Ml-tf
AllenSloiit Itenlera.
We have four doen Imitation Kbony
Sprague Can-Openers, taken for adu-r-
tlelng, which we will sell at two dollars
fr do7en. Inquire at Bulletin otllce.
A beautiful line of new etnbiolderles
nit received by the recognized "embroid
ery house" of Cairo .1. Burger Jt Co.
lloiiaekrepeni, Attention.
Do you know that .1. Burger & Co. aro
In receipt of a iiiagliltlcinitlllii! of earjiets
nml oil clothes, all the very latest styles
and designs' The llrst arrival of the sea
son. Stop In and examine their stork.
i:xrellor Nnluon.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, Is ojien to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and tho llnest
brands of cigars.
IPJj.ltn A. Knoiis, Proprietor.
Not lee.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Uui.i.kti.v, unless the
same Is made on a written order Mgued
by the president or secretary of tins com
pany, and wu will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
purpose whatsoever.
November 10. 1S7.'i. tt
The l'liiee.
For a clea.t shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to ,1.
(Icorgo Stelnhouse on Eighth street,
Alexander County Bank building. His
shop Is always neat; hU towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
his tables covered with the latest dally
papers, lor the benelltof his customers.
hperle I'nyineiil.
Oooriro l.attnnr. nronrletor of the New
F.xcelslor Saloon, Commercial avenue,
three doors below Stvth street, is bound
to became the, popular resort of tho city.
This moruhifr at 10 o'clock hn will limit-
gurato n uuw feature hi his Hue of busi
ness, to-wlt: llu will resiimo specie nav
went pay out silver In making change
A fnio lunch every mortilni; nt Hi o clock
The bar Is stocked with I'ilsner beer, and
thi best ol wines. Honors und clirar
Give the Kxceistor a call It is llio place
for the best neer, anil nar money, u
Hkk Ivocu. C, Koch, at his shop nud
store room. No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has for sjle a stock of boots and shoes of
his own make ; also a large siock oi si
I n. lis custom made boots and shoes. He
keens the best material aud is up In all
the latest styles. Ills tits are perfect, and
satisfaction Is iruarantecd. Olve him a
cn'. " 0-23-tf
'T 'IT 1
Fifty cavs oft-lioes Jint In ami lor le
low, nt the New York tore. l-S-IOt
Dun Hire flliow.
Dan Itlcu'a exhibition of educated ani
mals yesterday afternoon and evening
was attended by fulraudienceii i .
Salesman; Inquire of D. I', lieutiett,
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
Klevcnth streets. -l-llMf.
Two furnished rooms; apply Klghteenth
and Commercial avenue.
Hl-lwd. , Mm. W. V Pitciirr.
M nrjr d.
10 bales ol 1-4 liimlln 7jc. at tho New
York store, Also 1000 pieces ol prints,
choice styles at 7 and 8 cents per yard,
retail 1-S-lOt Patikii A Co.
I. V. tny Cur.
The pay car of llio Illinois Central rail
road company will pay Cairo n visit to
day, and replenish tho pockets of their
A Jtalnl Prayer Haellurr.
The ladles of the Presbyterian and
Methodit churches have organized a
prayer meeting association, and will hold
two meetings each week. The meetings
will he held at tho houses of the ladies
While Jooa1a.
White goods and linen'', Including all
kinds of white wear for suits for ladies
and children, at Uurger & Co's. The
prices of these goods arc uxtrcnmly low,
and the slock Is a most attractive one.
Hurrah ror Bnblea.
Sleeping carriages and preambiilators,
for battles ol nil sl.es, at prices ranging
from $8 GO to$2o, at Wm. Elchliors fur
niture factory, comer Seventeenth street
and Washington avenue. 4-1 Mm
lieu la' I'urulatilnaT flood.
.1. Uurger tt Co., have added to their
stock this sprlni; one of the llnest selee
lions o gents' furnishing goods ever
brought to this city. Gentlemen are In
vited to" call and examine goods beforo
purehaflng elsewhere.
Naiiielhla-r Nan.
'Uurger Co. have a beautiful assort
ment of dress goods ol all kinds, and
silks. Mimmer silks as low as sixty rents
per yard. These arc splendid bargains.
Call and see them before theruh.
Nulla 1 Mils j
Ladies1 linen and alpaca suits, beauti
fully made and i-tylishly trimmed, for
sale at J. Burger & Co's. These suits
are selling as low ns material can be
bought In this elty. Call and see them.
For Treasurer.
This morning we publish the an
nouncement of II. F. lilake, lor city
treasurer. Mr. Blake has tilled the office
to the satisfaction ol the people, and Is
now determined to make Mr. Storktlctli
Mr. Fred Miller, local agent at Cairo
for the C. and V. railroad, is acting as
general freight and passenger agent for
that company In place ol the late M.
II. Goodrich. Mr. Miller's railroad ex
perience added to his natural ability,
make him an excellent man for the po
Albert, Infant child of James and Eliza
Law, on Friday, April 14th, of croup.
The funeral will take place Irom the resi
dence ol the parent", on Cedar street, at
2 o'elock to-morrow (Sunday) atternoon.
A special train will leave the loot of
Klghth street, for Reach Orove Cemetery,
nt .1 o'elock.
Kotlirlilld'a l antHB,
I he mammoth canvas for ltothchlld &
Co.'sshow will lie pitched on Monday
morning It the weather will permit, and
the members of the company will go Into
training under It. Heretofore they have
donu their practicing hi tho quarters of
the company. Their first performance
will take place one week from to-day.
Poller, Court.
.Itidge Bross' police court was perfect
ly qulto yesterday.
In Judge Bird's court James Moulton
and Jnnics Welsh were up for being
drunk. They were lined two dollars und
i:osts, and sent to tho lock-up for three
days each In default of payment.
Cftllro Hall.
iVt a meeting of the members of the
National Cornet band, held recently, It
was decided to give a grand calico hop.
The event will take place one, week from
Monday night, and a cordial Invitation is
extended by tho boys to their many
friends to be present. Thu event will bo
made a glorious one, and everybody
should embrace this opportunity to en-
Joy an evenli.g of real pleasure.
r'or Alderniau.
Ill this morning's issue of the Bui.i.k-
tin will he found the announcement of
Mr. Thomas W. Halllday, who will stand
for re-election for alderman in the Filth
wurd. Mr. Halliday's legislative ability
havu been thoroughly tested In the board
ol alderman, and no words of pralso that
might be bestowed upon him by us can
increase in any way ins popularity among
the people ol his ward. He will, we daro
say, re-enter the council with a fiatlcrlug
majority ol the voters of his ward.
Tilt) Knight Teuiplar,
Thu sixteenth annual conclave of the
Grand Conimandery of the Knights Tern'
plur, of tho State of Mississippi will he
held In Columbus, on the sec
oud Tuesday, tho 9th day of May, and wo
learn that Sir Knights Dunning, Pure and
Barclay, of this city, will bo In attendance
on the occasion. A, grand banquet will
be given the members ol tho Grand Coin
inandery and visiting Sir Knights by the
DeMoluy Conimundery, No, 8, of Co
lumbus, at tho Qllmore hotel la the even
lug, and the affair will he a memorable
ll.l loll
From Charley WfTerHng. who Is the
proprietor ol n restaurant at Bird's Point,
wc learn that the woods opposite this
city, In the vicinity ol Ids lioue, Is "chtitk
full" ol wild cat". Tho beasts made nraltl
on one of Charley's neighbor's chicken
pen ihe other night, and kicked up such
a racket that tho whole neighborhood
was In an uproar.
Ilonae I'uraiUbltiii flood.
This department at .L Burger A. Co.'s
store on Commercial nvenue, contains a
slock ol tatile linens, towels, napkins,
marsellles quilts, etc., etc., which will do'
light Ihe eye of every housekeeper,
Theso goods arc oflered at panic prices
and will go oil' like hot cakes.
(heap (Jooil.
Mr. Oscar llaythorne, of the firm ol O.
Haythornc & Co., who Is now In tho
East buying goods, writes as follows :
There has been a heavy decline in dry
goods, especially In dress goods, embroi
deries rind notions, and In bleached cot
tons, the former having declined about
20 per cent. In the last two weeks. We
wilt be able to show some cheap goods to
those who will favor us with a call.
Remember this, and give Messrs. llay
thorne t Co. a call. Their goods wil
arrive In about ten days.
Another .sfnn Minna Ilia Money,
A party by the name ol J. T. McMul
leu Informed the ofllecrs yesterday morn
ing that he had been robbed In the lower
end of town ol his pocket book and
money, and requested them to look Into
the cae for him. A couple of the ofll
ccrs took the matter In hand aud mads an
eflort to catch the "fakirs," but were un
able to do so. McMiillcn Is a white man,
and says the money was taken from him
while he was asleep In a hotel In tho
lower part ol town, but says he has no
Idea who It was who took It.
heni tJomla.
i pounds Golden Itlo coffee for
$1 00
A " Choice green Rio coffee, 1
3 " prunes,
II " choice rice,
!' " Demora sugar,
1 boxes of matches large,
4 pounds best soda,
4 " l)C8t starch,
All other goods as low. Choice butter
by the pound or package at the
4-9-lOt Ni:w York Sionr.
Tobacco Hale
The lollowing Is a list ot thu tobacco
sold at the Planter's Tobacco Warehouse)
yesterday :
Middling to good leaf, 25 hhds, $10 15;
8 CO; 9 04 ; ;8 k; 10 00; 0 40; 8 C5;
8 25; 10 00; 10 15. 0 45 ; 11 00: 8 00
05; 0SC; 0 85; 10 00; 10 20 ; 9 CO
10 00; 10 40 ; 9 75 ; 0 05 ; 10 50 ; 8 00.
Low leaf, 8 hhds. $7 05 ; 7 10 ; 7 15 ;
S5; 7 15; 7 25; 7 80 ; 7 95
Lugs, 11 hhds. $5 20; 5 10; 5 05;
C5; 5 15; 4 25; 5 15; 5 10; 5 05:
15; 5 00 ; 4 10; 5 15; f! 00.
Rejections, 1. $C 30.
More Title late.
On Thursday night a colored man
made complaint to the ofllecrs that he
had been robbed of eighteen dollars In a
colored den In the lower part of town.
He said he had secured a bed In tho
houso for the night, and that while lying
awake heard the Inmates of the
house concocting a idan to rob hlm ; and
that I hey succeeded In their scheme.
Ofllcers Jotu Shcehau and ltobert Bll.
llngsly visited the house, and found a
dozen negro men and hull as many
women, who all declared they knew
nothing whatever of the man or his
money, and tho officers believing that
they might as well hunt for a needle In
a hay stack, gave the job up with the aV
vico to the losing darkey, that If he kept
out of such plaee.s he wouldu't get nto
I.lt Inatiriiiiee.
We call attention to the advertisement
of the Equitable Life Assurance Society
this morning, and recommend the com.
tuny to all who desire a safe Investment
of a comparatively small shim ot money,
by means of which a man may lncreao
his present property, may secure In
stantly a sure support for those depen
dent upon him, or provide for himself a
snug sum to be pnld ilftecu or twenty
years hence,
The Equitable stands side by side with
the Mutual Life of New York hi all re
spects, haying paid for several years past
equally ns largo dlvldeus to policy
holders. It exacts cash payment In
premiums and pays cash dividends every
year from the date of the policy. E. A.
Burnett, who served the company In
Michigan ns general agent, several years
ago, has accepted tho Cairo agency, with
oflicu In the Bui.i.k.ti.v building, where
all information with regard to the work
ings of the company will be cheerfully
TU Eleellon.
Each day tho Interest In the election
of city olllccrs, which takes place on Tues
day next, Is growing deeper. Between
Mr. Blako and Mr. Slocktleth, candidates
for city treasurer, thu ruee promises to bo
rather exciting and close, though it Is be
lieved by many that Mr. Blake will carry
the day. For tho clerkship Messrs.
Hawkins, Axlcy and Stewart are making
things pretty warm. Mr, Hawkins, how
ever, scorns to nave inc call, wltn .Mr.
Stewart second in tho pool, and Axley In
the field. The meo tor iflderman In the
various wards lias not ns yot civatcd much
of u stir, but It Is believed lh:it1h .Mr.
Wright and Mr. Gladnoy, In tho Third
ward, tho contest for tho honors will be
pretty lively, as tho white and colored
Voters lu tho warn urn about equal In
numbers. Mr. llcox lu the llrst ward,
as yet has no opposition ; and Mr. Beer
wart is also without any mm to oppose
him iu the second ward. Ju the Fifth
ward no announusmetitn have yet been
made, though it Is thought John Tyler
will lie n candidate, lu thu Fourth ward
Mr. M. J.McGuuley Is n candidate, and
without opposition. Thus matters stand
at present, but what new phase affairs
may assume by Tuesday morning Is hard
' to tell.
Urea it lea
To-mnirow Is (vaster,
Good Friday service at the Church
of the Redeemer, yesterday morning,
wcro well attended.
Sjieelal bargain! In muslins at Gold
sllne t Rosi rnvater's. :j-2(S-tr
Tho Turners, Delta City Cornet
Band and the Cairo Alexander Hunting
Club, nil hold celebrations on Monday
"Tim Twelve" will send outlnvltu
tlorm for their party at the St. Charles
next Friday night, to-day.
A splendid selection of cheviots jul
received at Mollis t Inn A Kocnwatcr's.
Tho Taylor Literary Club minstrels
will hold ihelr regular weekly rehqarsal
at their club rooms to-night. A full at
tendance Is requested.
Tho Cairo City Ferry company
stockholders will hold their annual
meeting at the ofllce ol Thomas W. Hal
llday, on the llrst day of May, to elect
seven directors to serve during the ytor.
furniture Cheap,
Wm. Klchhotr has Jni. t tilled his ware
house and factory, corner of 17th street
and Washington nvenue, witli tho
largest stock and most complete variety
of furniture ever ollered In tho Cairo
market, iln means business, and will
sell tor cash only at rock bottom figures.
It Is only necessary to examine his stock
and prices to satlfy yourselves as to
quality and cheapness, and that oie l
the time to buy. 4-12-lm'
In the C'iiy.
Gen. K. D. Frost, general manager,
and S. II. Edgar, vice president of the
Mississippi Central railroad company are
at the St. Charles hotel. Also Mr. Har
ry Wheeler, the private secretary of Mr.
Chester E. Whitehead, attorney for
the Illinois Central railroad, of New
York, Is In tho city.
George W. Hanker, New York; S,
Simons, Philadelphia; J. Shorner, Cin
cinnati; A. Bradshaw, Chicago; J. G.
Wilson and family, Chicago; J. J. Hol
land, Missouri; F. Wild, Macomb City,
La.; S. II. Edgar, New Orleans ; Charles
E. Whitehead, New York; John Sproat,
Columbus; Wm. Johnson. Dixon, Ills.
W. M. Shadillnger, Cincinnati ; M. A;
Bierweth, Cape Girardeau; E. D. Frost'
New Orleans; Henry Wheeler, New Or
leans; John Klrby, New Orleans ; W.
Spooncr, Centralla; Captain David Ham
ilton King, Jackson, Tenn., were regis
tered at the St. Charles.
Urenl llnnkriipl Sale.
Now Is your last chance to get your
goods at les than coit, as I have bought
the whole bankrupt stoek or Heilbron &
Well, consisting ot dry goods, uotloiu,
clothing, etc., at such low prices that en
ables me to give everybody bargains that
will satisfy even the hardest customer.
I will continue tho business nt the old
stand ol Hellhron & Well only lor thirty
days longer, aud all the goods must hn
sold within that time on account of re
inoval. Be on hand In time, before nil
the bargains aro gone, as I mean busi
ness. Solomon I'aiu.iiu, ot Cln.
1-5-1 ni 1J3 Commercial avenue.
.l.ctler I.lai.
The following Is a list of letters re
maining uncalled for In the po-tolltee at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, for
the week ending Saturday, April l.'lh,
Ladies Anderson, Mary; Allen. Julia
A.; Brltton, A.; Bandy, Harriett ; Bum.
garduer, Mary; Clay, -Vely ; Clark, Char
lotteM.; Doersch, Charlotte ; To Mary
Hlllermaii, Josle; Hogan, A. -M.;
Hare. M. J.; Johnson, Addelino; John
son, Mary Ann; Lane, Anna; Moore,
Annie; Oakley, Nancy; Smith, I.orle;
Smith, Deanie; Sandukey, M. 1',.; Sho-
maker, Mrs.; Warren, Saudi; Wlel Kmina;
Gents. Ashton, E. F. ; Barton, F. W.;
Beyer. II. & C; Bttrk, L. A.; Bird.
Thomas ; Cantwell, John ; Chase, T. B..
Coleman, Zander; Canady, Wm.; Col
lins, W. II.; Darling, Gwo.; Dyer, Nathan;
Emmerson. das. T.; English, lllchard ;
Fox, Geo.; l'entou, M. II.; Gardner.
E.; Griggs, N. M.; Grigg, Nathaniel;
llolston, Baptist; Hot., Fred; Hudson'
Henry; lllnch, J.D.; Hary, Jonn ; Hall,
Wm. ; Hare, Win. ; Jenkins, John ; Kin-
drlck, John; Kllgore, John; Kcnne.s-
ton, John; l.lncli, Mr.; Long,
M.; Lantz, II. E. ; McGiiiro, An
derson ;. McCiitchcon, D. .l.; milli
ter, Ed.; Martin, John; Mat
tlson, G. W.; Moons, Nan. O; Mug-
uer, Patrick ; McArtluir, 1 ; .Meyers, W ;
Marsh. Win.; O'Brien, John ; Penning
ton, Henry ; Perdue, .las. C; ithollns,
John; Smith, A. C; btubbs, E. h.s
Sandcrtord, J.; Scott M. A.; Swan, Thus;
Turner, W. (.; West, John E.; Wilson,
L. E.; Williams, Matt.
Persons calling for any of the above
letters should pleaso say "Advertised."
Gk.o. W. MclviiAid, P. M.
i'nncrrw 'urel.
Dr, Hebem Clalllu of thu Northwestern
Cancel-Institute No. lib J. Wabash ave
nue, Chicago, will bo lu Cairo, nt the St
Charles hotel. April 21st and 2Jd to treat
natlents for this dreaded disease, dan
cers may be surely, speedily cud perma
neatly cured, In nil Its forms, If taken be
forotho natlentlH too.far gone without
the use of the knife, with little or nopitlii,
and without debilitating tho patient,
This remedy was discovered by Dr,
Clatlln, and Is known only to hhuselt.
Havlne tested Its elllcncy thoroughly
durinir twenty years' practice, he Is pre-
iiared to guuranteo nn nboslute and per
inaucnt cure In every casoiie unuenaKcs.
A. ll.ii.LUY. A .tlnelot of table and
pocket cutlery, also spades, shovels
hoes, rakes, forks.axes and n genera) llnu
of hardware Just received by A. Ilalley,
115 Commercial avenue. 'J-lH-.im.
Nouck to Candidates. Candidates
may use tho columns of the Bim ktin
tobrlhar their names before the people, at
the following ratc, cnth in adeanet
City ClerV,$5; City Treasurer, $5; Al
derman, $2. No variation from the cash
in tutrawr rule. If
Equitable Lib Assuranco
On the Savings Bank Plan for Your Own Benefit;
SURPLUS $ 4,616,012 42.
ASSETS ; $29,039,087 70.
i -riovc
IT. IS. ft. IX.
Cairo Hi 1 i
I'lttalmrK I 1 AS 7
Cincinnati In Al t
Uiularllle .'. Hi H Al I
Niiahrllln 1.1 - AS I
HI. Iauh '.a ii A I
Kvanaillle l2l a Al II
Mrniilila :U in l
VIckitmrK II M An :i
.Stw Otlfimn - 3 ii x) 4
llfluw high water nf 171.
iamks Watson.
Sergeant, Slgnil Scrvlc. U.S. A.
I'ort I.InI.
Steamer Jim Flk, Padttcah.
" Kanawha and tow, l'omeroy.
' City of Vlcksburg, Vickburg.
Mary Houston, New Orleans.
Fleet Wing, South.
" Oakland and tow, New Orleans.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paduciih.
" Mary Houston, Cincinnati.
" Ity of Vlcksburg, St. Louis.
The rivers declined here yesterday
0 Inches. The Ohio above this point Is
rhlng rapidly, owing to the rains ol Wed
nesday and Thursday. At Cincinnati tho
rise was 3 feet 4 Inches; Evansvllle 1
loot 11 Inches. This new rle has not
yet reached L'aducah, and the river rc-
ceeded there 0 Inches.
Weather clear and cool,
Business Is very quiet.
The Wild Boy left her moorings
yesterday afternoon to tow an empty
barge to Buffalo Island, nftcr a lot of corn
which will be taken south by the Ben
and barges.
-Bargo CI, ol the Mississippi Valley
Transportation company's Meet, which
was brought Irom Paducah by the James
Flsk on Thursday, auded here yesterday
100 hhd.s of tobacco, 1 car hoop poles, 1
ears of tlournnd some other Irelght. She
will be bitched to the Bee's tow and
taken to New Orleans.
The Flsk Is the packet lor l'aducah
tills evening. She leaves at .1 o'clock
Tho Kn.iawha and tow arrived from
Pomeroy on Tuesday night.
The ('ity of Vlcksburg came up from
below with a good trip. Sho put off at
this port for thu East, 50 bales ot cotton -
nlso some other freight for the city and
other places, and left for her destination.
The Mary Houston from New Or
leans, had over four hundred tons o'
freight nml seventy-live people hi the
cabin. She pased up early yesterday
morning for Cincinnati.
- Tho Oakland and tow, Irom New Oi lcans,
arrived yesterday morning.
If The following, In regard to the di
vorce case of Captain Vlckers ol the Ste.
Oencvieve, we take irom tho St. l.ouls
Olobt'Democrol : "A divorce suit, VIck
er.s vs. Vlckers, was Instituted yesterday
In the circuit court. The petition alleges
that tho plaintiff sues for a divorce from
his wife, Emily Vlckers, lately residing
at 204 South Eleventh street In this city.
The parties, It Is stated, were married In
IS.'iT, In Clareniout county, Ohio, and
separated lu February, 1(473. In eonse
quciici! of tho habitual drunkenness ot
the defendant, who, It is alleged, has
kept a house ot bad repute, at the ad
dress above named, and Is now lu the cal
aboose." The Peytona and barges, and Gar
rett and barges, are still here looking lor
something to turn up.
Captain Jack Grammar, of Evans,
vllle, and superintendent of tho Cairo &
Evunsvlllo packet company, arrived hi
this city from Chicago by rail yesterday.
Ilo Is on his way to Memphis.
A No, l luiiiitry.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
tho laundress, No, 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington aud Commercial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In tho ?ity, and land
lords ot hotels and boarding houses will
llud it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are ns follows : Hotel
and boardhig-house washing "U cents
per dozen. For piece work prices nro ns
follows : Single shirt and collar, 10c ; per
dozen, 80c; socks, Go; two collars, no;
two handkerchiefs, tic; vests, 20c; nud
till gentlemen's wear, Sfle. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico dresses, 2.10; calico
dresses with oxtra trimmings, M)c; white
dresses, 25c ; ladles' underwnre, fine
and coarse, $1 00 per doen. l-M-tf.
liny Your Oooila
At wholesale nt the Now York store.
Call and obtain prices.
l-S-lOt Patikb .v Co.
A riilN
nit-rents, nt Winter's Gallery.
Just 1U.ci,ivki' A. Ilalley lins Jutt
reoolved n llnu lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, llower stands, Mower
trtdiitrs, baskets, archer; hearts and
wreathed, which he has marked very low,
at llti Commercial avenue. U-IH-Hiu.
Printing ihajj any oihrrpfli'' In Uoatharu I1U.
A. BURNETT, Agt. at Cairo.
SoMKTiitNii N'kw. Tho lightning, re
ciprocating, tin chum nml egg benter,
tho latest and the best ever made, ntA.
ilalley s. who is now selling his lanro
stock ol stoves, tin and brlttana ware at
greatly reduced prices, uivc hlm a call
bcloro you purchase, 115 Commercial nv
enue. 2-18-3ni.
'ity r cm en,
colored and varuldicd, for sale at
price ($2.M)) at the Buu.ktin olllce.
For Sale.
Colored and mounted Maps nt the
cltyot Cairo at $2 CO each (halt price.)
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttlo
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llnlsh,
valued at $S5. Will bo sold at $20dls
coiint, on good terin, and ordered direct
from the factory.
- A $00 llemliigton Sewing Machine
$30 oil for cash. Suitable tor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
For any of the above nrtlcles.apply at
the Bui.i.ktin olllee. E. A. BonNKrr.
tor Hunan nml fuloruilo.
The Atchison, Topcka and Santa Fe
railroad from Kansas City and Atchison
on the Missouri river, via Topcka, the
capltol ot Kansas, and tho beautiful Ar
kansas valley to the 1'ocky Mountains.
The shortest mute to Puebelo tlnj Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Manltou,
Pikes Speak, and alt places of noto In the
mountain regions. The favorite route
to Denver nud all points In Northern
Colorado. The best routo to Southern
Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. The
only direct routo to (he famous San
Juan mines. The track and equipment
Is unequaled, trains run through from
thu Missouri river to the Ilocky Moun
tains, making connections In Union de
pots and avoiding . delays and trana
lers. For lull descriptive circulars
map, time tables, etc., address
Gen'l Pass. Ageut, Topekn. Kan.
hwgviik ot tta Cenlsaai.! Seisin
Saturday, April 22, 1876
ROTIinilLDS k (US'
Circus and
Wild Animals and Rare Birds
I T1KCT KXlllMTIom. Mr nutria opoa
..tiehuur )ivIoim to beglnulng of arraio par-
Trick Hurt, TrKliaf PaalM, Mala..
Admission lo aU, 60 caaUi CblUicn uadtr 10
yn, MBit. IKxr opes at 1 and 7 p.m.
UBAND PalOCESSlONbitwaaa ib loan ot
u ami 11 o'clock a m .
VFor P ticulara tt Projranioi" ajw l
tcrlptiv ratoloawi.
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