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AI.KKANIi:ll T.OIHil., NO 221.
Iii'l.l'f ri'U i.t Diilcr ol' O.M-t'il-low,
nnvH i'cry 'll'iirsil.iy nluM
.1 li.tlr.i.n.l ...t.u. Ill lliplr hull rii
oiiiii.nil.il uii i. tic, In in 1 1 n 1 xtli unJ tii until
It- I in I . , ii t , n i
UIHO h. AMI'.MIiNT, I U O K.M...H
...u O'M lillom Hill i. ii I he IliMai. I tl.ldl
i. lli In i HI) lliniitti, at l.all-pni-t fi-vi'H
Jin II 11.H1UAH, I, I'
A I AlllOI.OIKir.. SO 237.A I A A.M.
yr 4 1.i I l'f uliii roiiiiiiimli'utlnnft IriiU
A,J Ionic Hull, cuimr Oiimmri Inl uwniii'
.iii.l K I k 1 1 i-trut, mi Itii- siviiiul hint
'.mill MniiiliiT of ii. I. imiiilli
1 lll iii-e. of hno jiM in and tut "die
low, tit tin' New ml. torf. I S-Hli
If or lien I
Twolumbhoil room-: apply I'luhtccnth
md 'imniprrl.il avenue.
-i-i i-i wii. .Mil-, w. r I n i!.
While good :i 1 11 1 1 1 1 Ii 1 1 if-l i H li t if nil
kind ol" while wear fur uil for ladles
ami children, m liurgcr A Co's, The
pilccs ol' ihco good, liic xtrciiu-ly low,
mill Die stock lit a niot attractive one.
Iliiriiili tor llnl.li"..
slu ping carriage and prcaiubnl.ilors.
for babies " nil size, nl price ranging
from $h 0 to $2.1, nt Win. F.lohhoir fur
ultHic lartoty, rot hit Seventeenth street
anl WaMitnstnn avenue. 10 1-1 in
If I'll I' l lll Ili-lllllll IMlt.
.1. I'.urgor A 'o Ii:iv; added to their
i-toek tllU Spring OI10 Ol' till' llllC'l folci'
lion ol Kent-' lurnUhiiig goods over
brought to lhl rlly. Oontlcinon arc In
vited to rail anil eanino good' before
furniture l lii'iip.
tVm. Liohholl haJu't tilled hi ware
liou'cand f.irtory, comer of 17th street
anil Washington avenue, with the
large-! slock ami ino.t complete variety
if liirnltiiri; ever olleied hi the alro
market. He menu huMnc, anil will
I'll tor cash only at roe); bottom lignw.
It 1 only noceary to examine III Hoc),
anij prices to atbfy yourselves a to
ipiality and clieapne-, and thai now i
Hie lime to liny. 1-12 I in
SM it- IM mi nl.
iieorgo l.allniT, iroirletor of the New
I vreNlor Saloon, Commcrfl.tl aciiuc
Ihrei' door Im'Iow .Sixth .-trcet, i hound
to Ix-onie the popular rcort of the eity,
ThU tiinrnln nt 10 o'clock he will loan
Ijnralea now A'.itiire in hi line ofbiiM-nr-,
to-wlt: Ho will reiiinp 'pccle pay-TiH-iit
nv out Mlvrr In makiiiK ehauge
A Iree luni'h every niririihig at 10 o'clock.
J'ln' li.ir U storkeil wltli.l'ilnci' hoer, anil
the hi'jt ol wlno, Hniior anil i-Iar.
ilve the Kxct'Mnr a rail It U the place
for the lwt Ik-it, ami lianl money, tf
Or, Hehern Clallin ol tin? Norlhweiti ru
t'anrer InMltnte No. i:iT3, Wabash :w
line, i.'hlcauo, will he In Cairo, at the M.
i ImiIi'o hotel. April JUtaml 2J.1 to treat
jiatiMit fur th'l ilreaileil ll-tt". ('.in-it-
may h mrely, kiNM-illly mil perma
nently enieil, hi all iU form?, It tal.cn he
lore the i.ilii-nt Is too far pine ulthoiit
I )i- II-.- ol Hie l.nlfe. with liltleor liopaill,
ami without ill hilii.itin the patient.
'Mil, renieilv w.i- (ll-eovei'eil hy lr.
''Initio, ami 1 known only to hlm-elf.
IlaNlni; tei(ei It cillciioy lliorou:hly
ilnrini' twenty year' praetlce, he N pre
jiateil to t'lUiMiili e an :ilioluli ami per
nuineni cure In eerv ca-c he limliTlakc11.
I liiiu-.i- mill 'oiiir.iilu.
The Ati'hl-ou, Toprka ami Santa IV
i.illroail from lian-a lty anil Ad hl-oii
on the Ml-'ouri river, l.i Tope I. a, the
i npltol ot Ikaiwa-, ami lh heantllnl r
Kana valley to the Koil.y .Mountain'.
I'hi'chorle-t i nte to I'uclielo the (irauil
('anon, Colorailo Hpriny, .Maiiltou,
1'il.c .S"'ak, ami all place- of note in the
mountain rrIon. The favorite loute
2olenver ami all poiul- In Noithern
'olorailo. The hi'l route to Soulhern
olornilo, New Mexico ami Ari.oiia. The
only illiv-ct mule to the famou Han
.loan mine-. Thclracl. ami eipiijimcut
U uiiKpialeil, train run thiouuh from
lhe.Mi-ouil liver to the Kocky .Moun
tain, making coiiiicctlons In I'nlon de
pot ami avoliliu delay and Iran
ler-i. for lull decriiitivii ciicular.
map, time lahle. etc., aildrc
T. .1. A.N'iir.ito.v.
(cii'l l'a. A'T'iit, Topeka. Ivan.
All 4'lil-iinlr Itl-clles oiril
uv iiii. nri.i.
He Is located in Cairo, Illinois and i
tlll calllue; on you to ho healed. Why
will you die ofold chronic dlsea-c. hcn
you am ho cured with mi little co-t or
money. Ho not .'ive It up yet, for then'
1 Mlfl halm in (Ulead. Cairo 1 the
place to come to ho cured ol all your
ache and pain.
I am now prepaid! at my olllco to "Ive
medicated hath, and perous wlililu' to
rccclvii Mich, will call at my ollico on
Klulilh .-trod, No. 'J'.', from tho hours ol
p.m. till !i p.m. Also plain hath, hot
hath, warm hath, cold hath, or vapor
hath. Al-o por.on having tho con
sumption or week lung., and wishing to
receive medicines hy inhalation, can ro
eclvo tho treatment at my olllco, this be
ing Ihu only true way of getting modi
chio direct to tho lung. Al-o I treat ill
cans ol the eye, of year standing, and
the blind has been madn to fee hy my
treatment. All dlcaea of Iho skin
cure. Fistula cured hy inc. without the
iinf of the knife. If you haven cancer,
come and he cured. All private disease
hi the hortet time, cured by mo. In
Hhort.for all chronic di-cac of tho hu
man nykteni, go to Dr. Unit. If you wlh
to he cured. I compound and prepare all
my medicine. nt my olllco. It M fald
l hat. practice make perfect. I have been
thirty years a practicing physician.
All letter. ami communications t-hall
he eonlldentlal and promptly nttended to
bv mo. Direct oh, Uinr,
No. '2J r.lithlli street, Cairo, llllnol.
- . ,
Somitiiinii Xkw. Tim lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg healer,
tho lalet and Iho best ever made, at A.
II alley's, who Is now selling hi largo
Nlock ol store., tin and lirlttmm wntp nt
greatly ivdiiced price. Olvo him n call
beloroyou piii'tlme, 115 Commeretal nv
A.woi .M i:ui:mn.
i on iiti:iiuT.
i"ji'iililliiiiiii litnnnniliiii' llinl Ii. A . I.'l
n tit ii t sol 1 1 iiii lii'li'iKiiili iit l(i'.iil.lli'aii i. null
l,ili'lr.rlii'tlir, nl Hie I'lemliii; iiiiiiit)' In tloh.
Wi' in. uiillidrl7inl In iiTinoiini I' I: I hit HA IT,
Inr mi liiilrifii.''iit luiiillilitii' lot !-!. i III ..I Al
xmiilrrioiiiil. . al llif iimilniTniiiiU rlntlmi.
I i lit ( I M ( I.I III.
I l.l lull III l i t MS : - ril'll'ftlllll'lliti' elli.lt I .llll
u i miilhliiti. rur Mil' olUrp ot I 111 I If Ik , at Iiii- up
iiiuriliii;rli) .Ii i In. ii WlLl. I.. IIahi.'ik".
We sn milliorl7iil In unii'i.inr lln imnw" '
.lA.MI.." W VlhWAHIVi i cotiill'til'' rr llm
iilllfi'liflllj:! I.lk, bl llierllOllllK rlly lifll'ill.
We an- iinllioiliilMii iiiiiiiiini''' II"" niniw "I
W. I'. A.M.I. 1 aiminililnle Inr M-fl'i llnii I"
llii.cilli'feH lly Inl- l I'"' I'l-niMK iliall'-r
t llllll .
lui; iiii:ai i!i:ii.
We uie aull.iirl"l I" iiiiiiwiiH'' H;l '
III. AM. Mill l' a I'lUi'llilm!' fur n- l linn l
Ihelilln e "I' iiy'ln-1'tinr, nl llll' en UIIIK i'lly
We iiiii iiiilliiirii'l to niili'iMiice Xtr I'. M
Min:Kfc'l.i;ill u u ranilMiiK' lr 111' I n i
iiiitiiI Hie aiirni'liiiiK liiiinli ll'al -! Ii'iii
Mil! l.l IV AI'IOIINIiV.
Wi-aif iiiitlmri'iil lo aniiuliiiri' tin- naini' tit
IIAKMO.S lll.AI.K.iwa inii'llilale Inr ie-lir-llmi
In lliu olllruor CIIJT AltoriH'V, t III"' lll'll
llivr i hall. r i lrrllnii.
KOIt AI.DKIIM ..
We hip aiitlmrifil lo alumni lulls' V.
TI'ltM It in a lauUiilalr rnr Aliltrifi.m In Iiii
I'niirtli Wiiril,nl tlicrlei'tlon lu-ilaV.
We air nutliorliit In aimijiiiiie l'Al'l. .
SI Mill ainctttKli'lati-rnrAM'Tiimii In llig l'il-1
Waril,at tLr rlrrtlon to-ilay.
'1 lip ui.ijority iif tin- fJluM In Uib l'lril Waul
l.piiliy imimiiiHr Sir. .IKWI.I I WII.I.OV ui
llii ir niiiilMnlp fur Alil'-rinan uf tin- miM jiU,
t i t i . 1 Hill iiiioitlilinut Hi-1 n-ulriK Im-Hoii.
WVarrailllioncl In atiliouiKe W.M.'l. IIKUI!
WAIt'l ii a ranilliUli' lor Al'li iin.iii finin Hip
enuuil War! j
IIIIJS. W. IIAI.I.IDAV In a cniMlMal Inr
AMirriiuii Irnm iIipI'IUIi Hutil, at Hip aiinupi
lntf rlly pSpcImiii,
.1. I. OA.MIllXli aiinnunri.t m a caii'llilalp
fr AMirmaii in the Klllli W'anl at Hip ejini-ot
uriliclUilinli of tnaiiT nti'r.
Wpaicaiitlmrl(il In announri' M. II. 'llll--I
I.KWikiIi a rainllilutp lur AMrrnmii. In
tlip-iroml Wanl.al Hip il'tll'iii nn 'I upwlay
Ityrullrlliitlon nf atuiinU'rul tin- vlillp ami
rfilor-l oum oftlm 'I hint Wanl. I lutpliy an
noiinrt' n.yxlf a a iiimliitati' lor Alilrrtnan In
ml. I W'anl. ul tlu'i l:iloinin Tui'f'ay next.
Wc are nulli..rlcl In nnnanarp W. I.
W IMI.H I ai a nibdi'lJlv for le-i'lii llnn In Hip
IIii ml of Atdrniidn, nl II.'' rlpcllmi mi 'I ih-mI.'it
Tl i:SDAV. AI'ISM, 1H, 1-70.
I.oeitl U'rullirr ltextri.
II ill. I TllK.
7 n in.
SprKrant, Signal Mrvlce, I'. S. A.
.Iiiit received by Cioldstlne fi l'o-cn-water.
UliMilnt l'. ,
1'resh arilval ol a cvy large a:.-oit
nif'iit ol Indie' and gent-' kid gloves at
.1 liurgcr A: Co. lUil-tl
I. linn l'ii-r.
I.luen 111 i re, plate llnl-h, letter and note
paper at the Itri.i-KTIV olllco. ltlue and
eri-niu laid, below St. I.oul price.
10 bales ol l-l inil-ilii 7Jc at tho New
ork -tore. AIo 100.1 piece ol print,
choice -tyle at 7 and s cent per yard,
n tall II-.--IHIJ I'uii u f'n.
ilii-liiiici'c I. ai i -iiiiiI eliinKk,
( 'asliinric laro and netting, a .-iilendid
a-oitineiit, certain to jilease the ladle,
jiul in, at .1. Ilurgcr.V Co. IWI-tl
. 1 1 en 1 4.tii ! Iteuler-.
We have four doen Imitation Kbuny
Spragile Can-Ojieuer, taken fu'v ndver
li'lng, which we will sell at two iloll.ir
per doyen. Iiuiuirent ltnlletln olllce.
A licautlful Hue of new cnibioideiles
just received hy the ivcognied "embroid
ery hou-e" off 'alro .1. liurgor.t Co.
I. allies' linen and alpaca suits, bcaiili
lulh made and -tylMily Iriiumcd, for
sale nl .1. Huigcr .fc Co'. Theo vuits
aie H'lllng a low as material can he
bought Jn Ibi eity. (.'all nud-ee them.
noiivi'liet'iM-nk, A Hen I Inn.
I in j on know that. I. llurgerA Co. me
in iccelpt of a inagnlliceiitllno ot carpel.
anil oil clothe, all Iho very latet stylc-
and design"? Tho lln-t arrival of the sea--on.
.Stop In and cxnmliio their stock.
lluuxe rnrlii-lilim (ioiiil.
This department at. I. liurgcr A: Co.'.
sloro on Coninicrclal avenue, contains a
-took ol tablo linen, towel, napkins
mar.-ellle.-ipiilts, etc., etc., which will do
light tho eyo of every housekeeper
The.-e good are ollercd at panlo prices
anil will go nil' like hot cakes.
Kilty cent, at Winter's Gallery.
'I he I'liice.
Foi'uelea.i shave, it fashlonablo hali
cut, or a thoiough shampoo, go to .1.
(icorgu ,Stclnhouo on Klghth street,
Aloxander County Dank building. Ills
shop Is always neat; lib towels always
clean ; his aIstnnts always polite, and
hi tables covered with the lale.-t dally
paper, for Ihu benefit of hi eu-tomei .
A , I l.uilllill'.v,
It I now conceded that .Mis. Coleman
tho laundress, Xo. Vi Fourth street, he
twecn Washington anil Commwlul uwl
line, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In the -lly, and land
lord of hotel and hoarding hoii-cs will
llml It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her pi lees are a follows: Hotel
and hoariling-houe washing 7."i cents
per dozen. For piero wrjrk prices urn as
follows : Slnglo shirt uiiil collar, 10c ; pel'
tloen, SOo; sock, ficj'lwo eollaw, .'.e;
I wo handkerchiefs, fie ; vels, JOoj and
nil genllemen'. wear, Silo, per doen.
Ladles plain calico ilres-e. 'J.'ic; calico
I dresses with extra trimmings, Mle; while
ilreises, $1 S.-io ; liidles' iindcrwnre, lino
j midcoare, 51 00 per dozen. l-'JlMf.
I he had. of Ihl load ! ng.iin'lu per
fect nttler. ami all Irahnan ieaml depail
on icgiilar lime.
l7-'Jt .Inns' I'Miiiiti i, Agent.
The 1'nrl.i I'rlilny lIO.
Tho Twelve haveahiiut coiupleteil their
.'iirnugeineiiU for Hie pailyol Friday
night. They have necilled the el vices of
the bcl 'liiio band hi the city, ami a
Klorloir. 'ood time U antielp.iti'il,
Slilelll.'lll , iliipllte Of D. I', lii'liliett,
Coiiiinercial avenue, hclwren Tenth ami
i:iceillh Uteel. 10 :!f.
Willi I In 'I iiiih-
A i;iul shot gun Inr a good wab h.
gold prefereil, and willing to piy the
difference, Addr. K. D. II. W..
:il l!o Hi'.1, Caho.
Uu-niilc .Viilli e.
I.'eguhir convocation of ( aim
cliapti r No. "I to lie held nl the
.Maoiile hall this (Tuesday) even
ing, April I", I s"il, prompt 7::i0. All Unit
ing eouip.Viloti are cordially Invited.
I . II issv.See'y.
lilbhouc, fans anil paraol,lateit style
and lowest prices lor sale nt liurgcr A.
'o'. Al-o an exijutsile lot of callinere
and eern lie., In the newet ietgn.
A gentleman In this city ye-lerda. le
celved a telegram dated San Antonio.
Tcxn, 10:IK) a.m., from his traveling man
aklng for tranler of money by tele
graph, and upon hi order hero the
money asked for was paid to tho party In
San Antonio at noon the 'ami' day.
. Noiitrthliifr Xrn.
liurgcr A; Co. have a lic.'iiitlfiil nssort-mt-nt
of drcs goods ol nil kind, and
llk. Miiiitner silks as low a sixty cents
pcryanl. Thc-c are splendid bargain.
Call and see them before the rush.
Among the aiiiiouuciMiients this morn
ing will Is- found tho name of ,1. V. Tur
ner. .Mr. Turner enters the contest
against Mr. Mcflanly, for a seal In (he
council ns iilderinaii for iho Fourth ward,
and hi chance-, of success are believed lo
lw very encouraging.
Dieil.ot diptheria, at live o'clock ye
terday morning, .loeph, Infant 'on of
.fo-eph and l'hilllpna Ifoncker, aged, sl
mouth. The funeral services will take
place at residence ol the parents, at half
pat ono o'clocl: to-day. The remain
will ho taken to Villa Itldgo for Interment
hv the Illinois Central train.
.lust received, a large stock ol Shaw's
Itcfrigcrators.iOyiiile Mountain triple
motion, Ice crdHkv.ers ; also a largo
supply of wire fereeu cloth for doors
and windows, all at rock-bo'ttom prices.
i. . W. Hkxw:ho.v.
Corner 1'Jlh .-treet and Commercial
avenue. -MM in.
On .Sunday afternoon toui teen tramps
boarded tho transfer steamer II. S. Mc
Comb at Flhnore, hound for Cairo, and
refu-cil to pay their fare. Tho boat was
run to the Kentucky shore by the olllecrs
and thcltriiuip-ordered to walk thy plank,
but -celng that their gnnie was blocked
they preferred to "plank down" the
needful, and -o I hey were allowed lo
lira ml Hall.
Tho well-known Cairo Alexander
Hunting club will give a ball to-morrow
ntuht, (Kater .Monday) April 17th, hi
School's hall, flood music is provided
l.'l-enberg'. full band. Alo good drink
and cigar.. The committee piomlscs
everybody a pleasant evening, and every
friend of hunting i cordially invited.
- 11111. 1. II' III. Ml.
It 'o.umiltce of Arrangements.
I "or Ahlci'innii ill Iho I'lrxl Wui'il
Mr. Paul fl. Sehiili is thl morning an.
nouiicctt a a candidate for alder
man, hi opposition to Mr. Wilcox, in tho
Fir-t ward. .Mr. Schuli I believed to
he one of the trongel men that could
have been selected to contest tor a seat in
tho council, and It i generally thought
Mr. Wllcov stand no chance In the race
I pound- (Seidell I'io cotfeo for $1 00
I t;iioicu green i;io coiiee,
:: choice! rice,
II ' Demoia sugar,
I boxes of matches large, 2."i
I pound. best soda, 'J.'i
I " best starch, 'J.'i
All oilier ood as low. Choice butter
by tho pound or package at the
1--lOt Xi:w Voiik Sroiii:.
Thero was yesterday received at tho
Iron Mountain railway olllco u number of
specimens of pottery dug from mounds
In tho vicinity of Charleston, Mo., which
are suppoed, to have belonged to a pro
hi-torlu race that inhabited this country
over ii thousand years ago. Among tho
lot arc ten long necked bottles, each
with a.eapaclty ofnhout ono quart, two
cups inado to represent llshcs, n howl
repieentlng a frog and an eight cornered
Iln IM riles l.in.1 Xiifhl,
Three very pleasant celebrations of
Mailer .Monday took place last evening.
They were given by the Delhi Clly Cor
net hand, who held forth nt Klugo's hall;
tho Turner., at Turner hall, and the
Cairo Alexander Hunting Club, nt
Sclicd'H hall. All of ihese organizations
have many friend In tho rlly, mid all
were attended by good eiowds, who were
allordeil much enjoyment, the givers
having done all that was possible and
necessary to make the demonstrations
Thl popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington revenue, U open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors uiul the llneM
brands of cigar.
il-Sn-iui A. Knot', Proprietor.
Mr, lllli.prCt .Siiinltf licil,.M s,.
There was nil tiniisiialfi latoo uuire
gation at the Kplseop.il ehiirch on Sunday
evening, drawn out lo hear l.'cv. Mr. Hu
bert's M iinou oil "Hosslp," Tbe dls-eout-e
wa u most excellent and pointed
one, and Is eonimeiiled upon by all lis
loners a- uch t unles ll be those who are
gossipi'M thcinsehe., ami who havi;
'tn-e enough lo luow I hey are go.
"ip'T-'. NetSunda nigbl. Mi. (illbert
staled in the pulpit on rouehuling hh ser
mon, be would pi each ' .Minut oung
Men mid In oung Men," when he will,
no doubt, sa nwiij gofd words thai
should no! be mi"'!! hy either tin youn;;
or the old
The firm of Cro, ( olciiinn ,V Co. U
tbisday dlsolvcd by inutnal consent..!,
Coleman withdrawing. On-Itioss hereaf
ter will becoiiducleil under the style and
Ii ri it of Crrns A- Co.. wllo:i.ume all lla-
hllille. and are auihorled lo colhctal'
el iiiii due the old llrnt.
Fi t.i (.'no,
I as. Coi.iimiv,
Caiiki, Ajuil lillli. 1S70.
Wllcov mill Mrhiiti
The law !, that a meiubcr of Ihe city
council sliall not vote upon any question
in which he is interested. Iti held, that
Mr. IcAvctt Wilcov, being tho proprietor
ol'a saloon, would ho therefore, hi con
templation of law, Incapacitated from
voting on tho question ot reduction. This
consideration has led some of Mr. Wll.
cox's Iflcmls to look about for another
candidate not a saloon keeper. Mr.
Schuh. who Is understood to he sound on
the license question, has therefore been
solicited and will lw vigorously pressed
to-day in tho First ward, lloth are good
men. but Schuh has no disabilities
Tho singing at Iho Church of Iho
i.'edcemer on .Sunday morning and even
ing i pronounced the tinest ever heard
Special bargains In niu-lln at. (JoM
stinu it llosenwatcr'.. :i.2t-tf
-Till is election day, and will decide
whool the candidates have labored In
v.iln, and who have not.
Things were lively In Ihe lower end
of town on Sunday night. A party of
usually ober and very genial gentlemen
got on a slight bust, and as a natural
consequence, felt as II they would like to
bust everything that come hi their way.
They did bust some one hi the eye, hut
bo took It good naturedly, and the whole
allalr was settled with a "smile."
A splendid selection of cheviots jut
iceeived at Holdstine .t ilo-citwater's.
Tho National Cornet baud will give
a calico ball one week from to-ulght.
The funeral of the Infant child of
Mr. and Mrs. .lames Law, took place on
JikIkpx mill lerli- ol i:icctlttii.
At a recent meeting of the city council,
tho mayor appointed tlic following gen
tlemen as judges and clerks of election,
hut as scleral gentlemen in tho list me
out a candidates, other persons will have
to take their plait!..
Ut Ward-Judges, O. W. .MeK.-n-ig.
.lewett Wilcox, do. Able. Clerk, Thos.
Winter, .las. Carland.
2d Ward-Judge, W. M. William,
IVter Nell", A. J. Carle. Clerk, tieo.
Olui'tead, C N. Huges.
ltd Ward -Judge, F. lucent, M. M.
Yourd, John Wood. Clerk, I,. Axlev,
J. W. Hill.
IthWariF Judge, F. M. Ward, M. J.
Mcaiiicy, Win. Wolt. Clerk. John
Holmes, .1.1'. Hely.
."th Ward - Judges, J. I'. Humble, .1.
( . Talbott, Tho. Porter. Clerk, W.
II. Morn. Finest It. IVttlt.
.11111 liiprut piiiciil.
lly Invitation from Mr. Uallighor a rep
resontntivis ol the. lli'i.i.i:nx called yes
terday nt Ihe Cairo City Mills to seethe
working of n new piece of machinery
that was put In operation In alio for the
llr.-t lime, lat Saturdaj . It Is called the
'Fmory Wheel Stono Dre-er," patent
ed by Ostrnnderit Hnpplu.'ol i.a('ros,e,
Wisconsin. It I small but complete, and
the perfection of Its work it wonderful.
One man with it in the way of dressing tho
face and furrows ol the stone, will do hi
one day. more than he could do in ten
days In the old way. Tho work is done
hy an Fmory Wheel that makes 2,100 rev"
olutlons hi a minute, touching so lightly
guided and controlled by machinery, that
there is not u partlclu of friction, and no
heat to tho stono, and when finished is so
exact and trim that the stone, Mr. Halllg
hcr says, will run within a hairs breadth
without touching. It will prove a great
Invention for millers and mill owners.
.lie IiiiiirniH o.
Wo call attention to the advertisement
of tho Kqultablo l.Ifo Assurance Society
this morning, nml recommend the com
pany to all who desire n safe Investment
of a comparatively small sum ol money,
by means of which a man inny lncreao
Ids present property, may secure In
stantly a suro stipporti for those depen
dent upon him, or provide for himself :i
snug sum to bo laid llfieen or I went)
Tho Kqultablo stand side hy sldo with
the Mutual I.lle of New York In all re
sports, haying paid Inr several years past
equally as large dlvlden to policy
holders. It exacts cash payment hi
premiums and pays cash dividend every
year from the dale of thu policy. K. A.
llurnctt, who served the company in
Michigan as gcneial ttgent, Several years
ago, ha accepted the Cairo agency, with
ollico In tho Ilui.i.int.v building, where
all iiiforinatlon with legardto the work
ings of the company will ho cheerfully
Wo will pay no IiIIIh contracted hy miy
employe of 'I'm: Hiu.i.r.Ti.s, unless tho
same Is nuido on a written order signed
hy tho president or secretary of tho com
pany, mid, We will accept no orders given
by nil employe of the company, lor nny
Oaiiio iliii.Lr.TtN Company.
November 10, IMft. tl
Void In .1 cli no I Teni Iiim 4 lunlr Kt
it in I iiii t In it hiiiI .Sniiiiiil I'limt,
Ml pcisou who ilolie lo teach in the
public school of this eonni) ,are roquet
ed to meet nt tho High School room on
Wednesday, tho llllh lut., al 2 o'clock,
p. in., for Ihe purpose ol organizing a
Normal Class lo receive a thoioiigh drill
ing hi nil those branches required by Ihe
school laws of our Slide. All tcwher
and thoe wiriiing to tearb thrnugout Ihe
counlv uie enriii'slly icqliesliil In join
the cla as sonn a po-slhle, or
give some weighty and enu lin
ing lensou lor not doing so. The
csli,ii win I'oiiliimc from four lo H
week. Tuition, gratis. The class will
ho under the direct snperl-ioii of an ex
perienced normal teacher. At Iheclo-e
of the session there will be a public ex
amination, and lliofc holding certificate.
about to expire are respectfully Inlorincd
that said certificates will not bo renewed
without le-exatnlnallon; unit It is further
expected that every teacher will exhibit
an advance ol irom live to ten tier conl.
on the in irklng ol lat year, ft Is hoped
and expected that every person who in-lend-
to occupy the position of teacher la
thl comity will nnko an earnest eilott
School olllecrs and nil others Interested
In Iho ciiiso ofcdiicatlou are cordially mid
earnestly iiivlttil lo encourage us by
Persons attending are requested to
bring such text books on each of the
branches ns they may have in their pos
This Normal eht- will not ho foiiucd
at the expense of the county, nor is tho
county expected to pay any expense that
may aceiip. Miss. P. A. Tavi.oii,
Co. Supt.ol Schools.
Caho, III'.., April 17,1571!.
-Mr. Joseph Hettinger ol the linn of
Hettinger Itrotber, Dongola, i In the
Mr. James Johnson ot this city, left
on Sunday afternoon for San Antoula.
Te.a. on business connected wild the
Illinois Central railroad.
- K. Ilolfman, Wclaug; John Durham,
ChcMer, Mo.; Henry Mowery, Dongola;
J. W. Hill, Dongola; 11. F." Iljcin, St.
I.ouls; J. Itneiklu, lllandvlllo ; I.. I tool--on,
Ilradwcll; P. W. Plank, ( ham.
palgn; Geo. Crosby. New Orleans ;M.
J. Plnlro, New Orleans; . I. Tom. Smvy,
New Orleans were at Ihe I'l.inler's
-W. ,1. Scott nml John .1. Poach,
I.oid-villo; Kobert IurbT.on, Clnclu
nail ; J. W. Sanders. New Yorn ; W. IP
Anderson. Chicago ; Joph Klley and
I. . C. Decamp, Cincinnati; Hen F.
Turner, Louisville; Captain Frank l.elb
ney, St. I.oul ; J. H. Hodges, St. I.ouis ;
IMward Wei, Vlcksburg; O. K. l.cp
ham, New York; I!. T. Allciiton, May
Held, Ky.; F. C. Poberts, St. I.ouis ; C,
II. Allen and wile, Pailtieab, were rcgi"
tercd at the Si. Chailes yesterday.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county bind, ( alio lo!?,
in exchange for St. I.oul- properly.
The south halt of the "Plloi" lioir-e at
lloiiio on Ninth street, between Wal
nut nud Cedar streets, lately occupied by
J. Scbleslnger, ?l..
House on Twclttli -tree! We-t ol Wal
nut, fi rooms ami kitchen, $11,
Ilu-Inoshouo on LoNcostlvet, above
A good cottage on Twenty-N'hith
street, near Commercial avenue.
Stoie loom on Commercial avenue,
next lo Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of I rooms on Tvveiity-thitil
street, $ii. Hood yard and cistern.
Hood dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twcnty-sfcoml ami Twenty-lh'rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar street., $12 M.
Store room adjoining nhoe, $s
House on Commercial avenue, above
Ninth street, suitable for business ami
House on Walnut street, near Center
pleasant premises, $12 fifl.
Hou-e on Commercial avenue, near
l'Jth street. Suitable for business and
Tenements numbered 2, 7, S and
0, Winter's How, 5 rooms each for $10
per month. Will be put In llrst-class
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I rooms, $7.
Store room in "Pilot Hoiico," lately
occupied by A. llalley.
Dwelling hoiuo on Sixth street and
Jefferson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum bulldlpg and picnii
M's. Kent low, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a iiionth.
Itooms in various parts ot tho city.
FOlt I.KASKOIt S.W.K.
-Lands, In tract to suit, near Cairo.
limit lliiiiliriiil Null'.
Now Is your last chaneu to get your
goods at le.ii than cost, as I havo bought
tho whole bankrupt stool; of Hcilbron &
Well, consisting ol dry goods, uotlou,
clothing, etc.. at such low prices that en
ables mo to give everybody bargains that
will satisfy even tho hardol cii-tonier.
I will continue Iho business at the old
stand ot llcllhron & Well only lor thirty
days longer, ami all thu goods mii-t be
sold within that time on account of re
moval. Ho on hand hi time, before all
thu bargains are gone, as I mean liuri
UCS Sm.OM.lN PlIll.lliA, ol t iu.
l-j-liu 1 12 Commercial avenue,
A. Hai.i.ky. A .llnelot of table and
pocket cutlery, also spade, shovels
lioc, rakes, fork,axos inula general Hue
of hardware just received by A. llalley,
Ho Commercial avenue. 2-P)-!lm,
" MOUNTK1) MAPrli"
ov tiik "
i lly of Ciilru,
colored ami varnished, for Palo at halt
prlco (I2.W)) at the HutiAiTiN olllce.
Equitable Life Assurance
aOCIKTV. OP NEW YORK
On lite Savings Bank Han for Your Own Benefit;
Or lill'i: or ENDOWMENT POll OURHKLF AND FAMILY.
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR !
III' Hi? 'I lines l!"iilie
lo tvi!.iiliii1nitr.itloii of liou-clinld at) air.-.
'I'lii hcliiif true, tlie.Sureit mil bct
way to l.'i'jiiunil.c hi your
XJi-y Goods 13 ill
Is to lltiy Vnur Ooodii of
foil Mill mill l- 11 IT Jim tin !
Von Hill l,el.y ir, vim ilon'l !
FOR BARGAINS !
Tho l.ugvt ami lict sclecled -lock cer
bronchi lo Cairo. Warranted nil 1'lrM-
'la", l.mlles cm buy Osllcoe at Unit
linn's stnrc at troin c to 7 ccnn per yard,
which lotv going, old fngi, gr.h-.i:l More
ak S nnd 10 oenti Inr.
1000 Yards White lliocade at 2ll cenl-; inn
(idcreil cheap at Itf ct
u Van I Itrncadct at l.'ieinl: would be
cheap at :vi cent-.
Ordinary Itlrachcil Muslin (! cents;
Cood llleacbcd .MikUii 8 "
Same goods sells ePewhere forli'Jc.
Ladle.' Cadunorc Shawl il.'J.'i;
'ros HarXanool;s, Lie; worth H-V.
'ill Oo.eu Ladies' all I.luen llankerchlcf
at 12J cents; wortli '.'.' cents.
'J5 Doen (ients' all Linen llniidkercblel
at 2." cent''; worth I0 cents.
QINOIIAMS : '
tiluhaui1', Aiiierlcaii and Imported, very
An ImmciiM! Stock of Ladles' Hosiery at
Price to Suit the Time.
Hlhliou-. tiro (Jr.'iin and Oil Itolled, all
widths and color., cheaper than cm be
purchased adywhere ele.
III Do. Linen Towel, full width, at I'.'Jc;
worth 2."i cent.
I 'a-lnnere Necktie 'III cent ; obl ele
where for ? I.
2D Mo. Sill; l'an"l."i cents; worth :f" els.
211 Vard, Dllterent Color, 2."i cent;
worth Il.'i cents.
PILLOW SLIPS :
I.aco Pillow Slip. I0et.; Cheap at 'i'M't.
SPRING OVERCOATS :
5(1 Cents' Spring Overcoats $."; would lie
Cheap at $1B.
PANTS and VESTS :
Pants and Vest, $ I; worth .?lii; .leans
Paul.. SI; worth $1.7.1.
1000 Mens' and Hoys' Hats, nOetc, worth
three times tho money.
10 Uocii Percale ShirU. 2 Collar with
each Milrt, at SI; cheap at $2. White
Shirt at $1.
Ladles Side Lacing Kid Shoes S2 00
.MUfcs Kid Shoes 1 2.1
worth $2 2.1.
Children.' Pearl and Itutl Colored
Kid Shoe at 100
Men Calf Tics I 50
worth S2 50.
Mens' Full Stock Plow Shoes I 50
worth S2 2.1.
.Mens' Full Stock Itrogan, single
or double sole 1 50
worth S2 23.
Hut why enumerate? Ills hnponlblo
to list all article mid price. 'ouie and
ion for yourself, and ascertain 11 the above
prices are not cheaper than the same
good were ever before etl'ered for In this
market . I A N I K L II A IIT.M AN,
Cor. Commercial uvu. and Sixth St.
Ski: Kocii. V. Koch, at Ins shop and
store room, No. 00 'Commcrclul avenue,
has for alo a stock of boots ami shoes of
his own make ; alto a lull stock of leather
and llndinj'K lor salo; ami
larue stock of St. Lous cu
tout madn boots ami shoe.
keeps tho best material and i "p in all
tho latest styles. Ills tils are perfect, and
satisfaction U ijuaninteod, (live him a
Crtl L "2;,-lf
.Itwr Kkckivkii'-A. Hy " im
received n lino lot of canary ami mock
ing bird rages, Hwt'r stands, flower
trainers, baskets, archer, heart ami
wreathes, which h" ls murked very low,,
at 1 15 Commercial avenue, 2-lS-.un,
8 4,510,012 42.
A. BURNETT, Agt.
IhiilneM House, lately occupied by
Wood ItlttenhoiMe & l o., on Levee be
low 1 Ith street. He it very reaotiahle.
-dwelling houe, 7 room; 10 lot
enclosed, In good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut ttrt el. Pent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on west lde of Coin
merel.'il avenue near Fifth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Pent for each, $S
Dwelling house, .1 rooms, on Filth
'trcet near Walnut, In good repair. Kent
S12..VI per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen.
Twenty-llrst street, near Sycamore
north side. Pent $.1, per month.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Pent low.
lla'cincnt of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near Klghteonth
street, live looms In good conditlonl
Ilulhling on east side of Conunerela
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Building on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Pent very low.
Tenement, ntllee and rooms iu varl
oil lacalion. Penis low.
Lots and lands for sale or lease.
.Ioiin Q. IIAR.UAN it Co.,
Peal l-Ntate Agent., corner Sixth and
Levee streets. 3-15-tf
W All DltrWITMEXT. KlVCM IttrOHT, (
April 17, .876 i
LOW WATKH. CIIAM1.
rr. in. t'T. in.
Calm - r 7 Xu in
l'lll.-lma- 1" u I ;.
Ciiicinniill 'Jl ii ii In
1.0lliVllil' 10 '-' o
Naativilli- II 41 M
HI. UitlH V I U U'
KvtllMllll! Jl i Xt '
Mfiiipliis :il 3 ii a
Vii'knlilllV It S -0 I
.VlW Ofll'.IIH 3 II U II
ll. liiw IiIkIi Wttternf 171.
Si rk'lanl, Slgnul Mrrvlrr, U.h. A.
Steamer .llm Fl-k, Paducah.
' All. Stevens. .South.
" Atlantic, barge, Xew Orlean.
" Foutenell, Xew Orleans.
. " Charles Morgan, Xew Orlean.
Kddy ville, Xashvllle.
.Steamer Jim Fik, Paducah.
' ( " All. Stevens, St. i.oul.
Atlantlo and barge., St. Louis.
" Fonlenell, St. Louts.
" lT. P. .Schenck, Xew Orleans.
" Charles Morgan, Cincinnati.
The U. 1'. Soheuck arrived on Sun
day with a good trip for Xew Orleans.
She got about -10 tons at the stono depot,
ami 2:10 tons at Ilalliday it Phillips'
wharf-boat, and left at nine o'clock yes
Tho Charles Morgan, from Xew
Orleans for Cincinnati, passed up yester
day with a fair trip. She put oil here
for Xashvllle 82 hogsheads of sugar.
Tho Kddyvlllc. from Xashvllle,
brought IB I hogsheads of tobacco, 50
tons pig Iron and somo other freight.
She takes back with her 82 hogsheads
sugar put oil hereby the Morgan.
Tho dames I. Parker, from Mem
phis, came up Sunday with a big trip, for
Cincinnati. Shu added about 50 tons
The city of Vlcksburg camo down
on Sunday from St. Louis with about
000 tons of freight, but very few people.
She added about 23 tons here, and left for
Memphis and Vlcksburg.
The Kobert Mitchell was duo lat
Tho Oratul ltepubllc was due last
evening. Sho was to get 10,000 sacks ol
corn and 2,000 bbls ot Hour at Chester on
her way down, which kept her troni get
ting here until late In the night, and It I
probable that our peoplo will not get a
glance at her until she, returns from tho
-Tho .Ihu Flik came down from Pa
ducah with a light trip. She went hack
with a UUu loadj
St. Charles Hotel,
m ced 10 .mi m mu
Boom and Board, lit and Sd Vlootta.eo
Kootn and Board, 3d Tloor 93 .00 Par Day.
Spaotal Rata hj Waak r Koala.
A Umllcil number of vtry deilniil laiuily
mums cuu t wcun-d t rratonabft rtlw lr II"
'I lie 81. ctwrlMU U UnrtiUmlkwl aupolul-i-l
Houm In Maiitfcmi I1UiU, i talk laaduir
hotrt la Cation ii5lwttal-iJlv
Itnrk" nsliullon la ukn, it labia will. -iivul,
be UtetaUy ib!ipUI wiih lUTwjr tint
.l'anrvlhlutkTaa I- AmiwI in mute I.
l'iuWn M m pit roam lot eniaiircUl I rur
vlmra. oa moor. ltt of tinny. . .