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""asCALON I.6riuB, SO, M.
KiiIkIiIh orl'yllil"! inoftaemy Kri
iluyiilifht at liulf-"it suvrn, in OcM-Ki-ltnws'
Hull. - lloK,
Chancellor Coiiimaii'lrr.
... AI.KXANDKIt I.OIHlK, 0.221.
MMfc. ImUiwrnlfnt Order of Odl-VI-iKBt
town. 'W "try Tliurwtay nlKlit
'A5HP ut lmlf-mt wvcn. In , IhHr l'ull on
Miiimrrrlal iivi-tini', Im Iwhii Klxlli MiJ ferriith
Mi I.AMK, N (I
Hllto KNI.AMI'MK.NT, I. O. (). V,. inula
tiiiOiM ti'lloHA' Hull mi Hip Hint mid tlilnl
i in lut In o rry nuiiitli, nt liair-iat trri n
Ino II t 8 i a MA0
it ( AlKOr.OIHIK. NO. 5.17, A. K. A A. M.
MhIiI riyillar roiniiiuiilrjdloti In Ma
TtJT sonln Hull, cornrr Coinmiirlul arrumi
wnl KIrIiIIi Mrirt. on tin- Brcnml Mid
inn III Mmiiliiv ofiflrli HDiitli.
While UimmIi,
While, goods mill limns, Including nil
Muds of wlitlu wear for suits fur ladles
and children, at Ilurger A, Go's. The
prices of those goods nru extremely low,
uiul tin- stuck U most attractive one.
Iliirrnli lor llilltle.
Slti pliirf carrlac mi'l pix-ambulators.
lor babies ol all sizes, at prices ranging
from .S 50 to $25, nl Win. Elehhotrs fur
niture lactory. coiner Seventeenth street
and Washington avenue. 1-1 1-lm
UclllH I'llrillllllllK IJlMMl.
.). Ilurger A Co., Iiavo added to their
ftoek thU fprlnir onn of tlio llncst selec
tlom ol gents' furnishing goods ever
brought tolliU city. Gentlemen are in
vited lo cull and examine goods Mori'
purchasing olewiicre. -
At Ifiillrj'K.
Tlr Centennial liefrigorator tholatost
Improvement and the best ever niailc;
also a line assortment of hardware and
cutlery at greatly reduced ((rices, at A.
Ilalloys, No. 115 Commercial avenue.
r.leicniil .N'rlle.
Itlbbons, fanand psrAKolx, latest stylos
and lowest prices for sale at Ilurger &
Co'a. A l-o an exquisite lot of cashmere
and ecru tied, In the. newest design".
I'lirn I Hire tii u ,
Win. Elchholl'hasjmt tilled his ware
house and factory, corner of 17ih street
and Washington avenue, with the
largest stock and most complete variety
of furnlturu ever ollertd In thu Cairo
market, lie means Im-lnes.', and will
sell lor cash only at rock bottom tlgures.
It Is only nccc.ary to examine hl stock
and prices to satisfy vourcIv,' as to
jiialily and cheapness, and that noio Is
the tunc to buy. l-12-lin
."iiocle I'liynir-iil.
George I.attncr, proprietor of the New
Excelsior .Saloon, Commercial avenue,
throe doors below Sixth street, 1 bound
to became the popular tcsort of the city.
This morning at 10 o'clock ho will Inau
gurate a new feature In his Hue or busi
ness, to-wlt: He will renuine specie pay
ment pay out (diver In making change
A free lunch every morning at 10 o'clock.
The bar Is stocked with I'il-ncr beer, and
the best ol wines, liquors anil cigars.
Slve the Excellor a call It Is the plaeo
lor the best beer, ami hard money, tf
NOIHFlllllllf .'.
Burger fc I o. have a beautiful a'l-ort-mcnt
of dros goods ol all kinds, and
silks. Mimmcrsllks a- low a -ixty cents
per yard. Them art! .splendid bargains.
Call and fee them before the rush.
t'Hiiccr i'urcil.
l)r, Ileberu Clallln of the N'orlhwesteru
Cancer Institute So. 1U73, Wabash ave
nue, Chicago, will be hi Cairo, at the St.
Charles hotel. April 2Ut and 22d to treat
patients for this dreaded disease. Can
cers may be purely, speedily Hid perma
nently cured, In all Its forms, If taken be
fore the patient Is too far gone without
the tue ot the knife, with little or no pain,
and without debilitating the pallent.
This remedy w.t discovered by Dr.
Clallln, and is known only to himself.
Having teted Its elllcncy thoroughly
during twenty yearn' practice, he U pre
pared to guarantee an iibolule and per
manent cure in every case he undertake
Sr.i: Ivocn. C. hocli, nt his shop and
(tore room, Xo. 00 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a to;k of boots and Miocs of
his own make; alo a lull .stock of leather
and findings lor .'ale ; and a
largo slock of t. I.ouls cus
tom made boots and Miocs. He
keeps tbo beat material and is up In all
the latpt styles. Ills tits are perfect, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Give him a
call- ii-2:t-tf
on. xvunxrw
Business House lately occupied by
Wood Hlttenhoii'p & Co., on I.evee be
low 1 lib Mrcet. Itent very reasonable.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, in good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut streets. Kent low to
n good tenant.
Two tenements on wet side of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, Millnhlo
tor shop nml dwelling. Kent for each, $S
per month.
Dwelling Iioufc, .5 rooms, on I'iflh
street near Wnlnut, In good repair. Kent
$12.50 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-tlrst street, near Sycamore
north side. IJent $5, per month.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Jtent low.
ltusenicnt of brick bullillng, west side
of Washington avenue near Kiglitocnlh
Btrcct, live rooms In good coudltlonl
Kent low.
Ilulldlng on cast Milo of Comnieicla
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter chop. Cheap rent.
llullding on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth Mrcet, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, olllcea and rooms In vari
ous lacaliou. Kcutii low.
Lots ii i id lands for sale or 1ciih.
John Q. Haiuun &Co,,
Ileal F.statu Agents, comer Sixth nml
Levee street H-lfi-tr
A splendid selection of cheviots Jiut
received nt CloliUtlno KOcnwater s.
A5.ix i:mi:.ts.
Wp arc aullioriznl to announce thntlt. A. IM
miinihon lnn lnlpixmlont llciiiilillran ramll
iliitPlnrMiciln) nt I lie nnulntf rounty clpitlmi.
Wp iirpniillinrliiltoHnnoiincp I'llTKItHAtJl',
for an ln'li'xmlrnl eiiiiilldalu fur flurltlnl' Al
xniiilirrounlv, nt Hip piifiiIiik county tlnllon.
1I1IDAV. APItll, 21, 17fi.
l.uriil VVi'.'ilhrr ltforl.
t'Aino, tlx., Ainl ZD, ls7C
TIMK, IIaii, 'rnr.rnViNO. j Vl. "VVkatii.
7 u. in. ai.lfl MI I ' ii VMt
II Si.m ?3j I SW I so Fur
2ii.ni Ml. 112 1 77' I sVV U Fa r
3il'.". IM) ' 7" 1 HIV ' 1" Fair
."rrKPiml. HlKlial hi-rvloe, I'. S. A .
''llll-llllllll 1 1 11 1 H
.liit received by (ioldstlne A Itoscn
water. .VJs-tr.
Kill Ullltr.
Fresh arrival ol n very large iusort
incut ol ladies' and gents' kid gloves at
.1 ltnrgcr.fc Co. :i-2l -II
l.lnrll l'itM'l'.
Linen llhie, tilntellnWh, letter and note
paperat the itrt.ixii.v ollicc. Itlue and
pi earn laid, In'lowSt. I.ouls price.
;iiliiiier l.neea nml Xi'tllnick.
'a'linieri: lace and netting, a splendid
assortment, certain to pleao the ladies,
Jut In, nt .1. Hurger A: Co. II-21-tf
A beautiful line or nrw emhroldctles
Just tecelved by the rerognietl "embroid
ery liduv)' of Cairo .1. Ilurger & Co.
Nllllot NllIU!
Ladies' linen and alpaca suits, beauti
lully made and stylishly trimmed, for
sale nt .1. Hurger it Co'x. Thcfe suits
are selling as low as material can be
bought In this city. Call and see them.
i:rvliiirNnluini. a
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street find Washington nvenue, Is open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pun; wlne.s, choice liipiors and the llncst
brands of cigar..
:i-25-Im A. Knot's, l.'roprletor.
IIoiiii Uppiipi-h, Atirnllon.
Do you know that .1. Ilurger it Co. arc
in receipt of n magnificent line of carpel!
and oil clothes, all the very latest styles
and designs? The llrst arrival of the sea
son. Stop In and examine their stock.
IIoiim- rnrtiUliliiff CJnniU.
This department at J. Uurgcr & Co.'!
store on Commercial avenue, contains a
stock ol table linens, towels, napkin-,
uiarselllesiUllt.s, etc., etc., which will de
light the eyo of every housekeeper
These guoil arc oOcrcd at panic prices
and will go oil' like hot cakes.
Jiiit received, n hirgestoek ot Shaw's
Refrigerators, and White Mountain triplu
motion, Icecream freezers ; aUo a large
supply of wire screen cloth for doors
and windows, nil at rock-bottom prices.
('. W. Hi:.vii:ro.v.
Corner 12th street and Coinuicrcla
avenue. l-l's-lin.
I (ieiuo
Kilty cents, at Winter's Gallerv.
'I lie I'luee.
For a clca.i shave, a fashionable- hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to .).
George, Stclnhouse on Kighth street,
Alexander County Hank building. His
shop Is always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
his tables covered with the latest dally
papers, lor the benelltof tils customers.
(rent IlHiikriiil Sale.
Now Is your last chance to get your
goods at lets than cost, as 1 have bought
the whole bankrupt stock of Hellbrou it
Well, cnii'lstlng ot dry goods. Motions,
clothing, etc., at such low prices that en
ables mo to give everybody bargains that
will satisty even the hardest customer.
I will continue the business at the old
stand ot Hellbrou it Well only lor thirty
days longer, and all the goods must be
sold within that time on account of re
moval. He on band In time, before all
the bargains arc gone, as I menu lmI
ncs. Solomon P.m:iiu, ot On.
l-5-lui 112 Commercial avenue.
.Vol ice li .Hriiool 'I'eiieiiers t'ulille !'.-
iiiiiIiihIIom nml .Xirniul In.,
All persons who desire to leach III the
public schools of this county, are request
ed to meet nl the High School room on
Wednesday, the lDtli Inst., at 2 o'clock,
p. in., for the purpose ot organizing a
Normal Class to reeelvu a thorough drill
ing In all those branches required by the
school law of our State. All teachers
and those wishing to teach throughout the
county are earnestly requested to Join
the class ns soon as possible), or
glvo some weighty and convinc
ing reason to mo lor not doing so. Tito
session will continue from four to tlx
weeks. Tuition, gratis. The class will
be under the direct supervision of ex
perienced normal teachers. At thu close
of the session theru will bo u publle ex
amination, aud'thox) holding certificates
about to expire are respectfully informed
that said certlllc.itcs will not bo renewed
without re-cxauiluatlou ; and it Is further
expected that every teacher will exhibit
an advance ol Irom live to ten per cent,
on the marking ol last year. It Is hoped
and expected that every person who in
tends to occupy tlio position of teacher In
this county will niako an earnest ellort
to attend.
School ollleers and all others iutei esied
in the cause of education arc cordially and
earnestly Invited to encourage us by
their presence.
Persons nttendlllL' are requested
bring such text books on each of the
branches as thoy may linvo in their pos
session. Mns. P. A. Taylou,
Go. Sllllt.OlftCIIOOIS
Cairo, III., April 17.1S70.
Oilfemiliil N'otlre.
The ladles of the Cairo Cenle-n ilal M
soiiatlon, and oilier. Interested, aio re
quested to mcctnt the residence of .Mrs.
ltoicnwaterun Kighth street on Friday,
April 21st at 11:30.
Mits. D. L. Ii. W.u;im;ii.
Til let on.
Thieves broke Into Phlllis it Son's com
mission honi on the levee, Thursday
night, nnd made way with a tine Held
glass nnd other articles to the value ol
uliQiit thirty dollars. They roI Into the
store by prying open the door.
Njkr Will Ntnk.
Col. William .1. Sykes, president of the
projected Cnlro and Tennes-ce I'lver
Narrow Gauge railroad, will address the
people of I his city at the council chamber
this evening, and ho desires the people to
turn out and hear what ho has to say.
Coopi'mitr fur Mule.
Cooper shop, barrel house, dwelling
house and three lots, all fenced and with
good gates. Alo lull stock of tools for
nil kinds or work. The whole will be
sold very cheap. Apply at shop nenr
Narrow Gauge depol, root or Fourth
street. t-21-nt.
I'liiieriil .itlrr.
The funeral of Louis .loseph Herbert,
will lake place this nUcrnoori at half-af-ter
three o'clock, from the residence of
the parents on Ohio Levee. The remains
will be buried at Jieaeli Grove Cemetery.
Friends ol the family nre luiled to at
tend. ItllCf 'l u.iluj .
To-day nt throu o'clock a novel race will
take place on the race track In tun vicin
ity of Thirty-fourth street. A man
will undertake the arduous task or walk
ing one quarter or a mile. In the same
time one or the fastest trotting borpes In
the city trots u half mile.
Wlivre tlo Tliry Come ft-om;
For the last week there has been more
men on crutches perambulating the
streets than we have seen since the war.
Some arc minus one leg and some have
neither; while others have a loot care
fully wrapped up In rags. Has some
hospital quit business? or has the buz
zing buz saw been iinusunllvbusy of
Fur Hip lllurk HUN.
A company ol Culted States regular
cavalry soldiers, with their horses and all
equipments, arrived In this city yesterday
morning. They came Irom MeComb
City, La., and nre on their way to the
Hlack Hills. They remained here all
day and took their departure last even
ing. They will b:; followed by two com
panies more, to day.
Ice Cream.
Phil Saup has renovated and refur
nished his Ice cream parlors throughout
with costly furniture and line carpet,
making it one or tastiest and plcasajy""
places or resort in the city, where JM'
Ice creams or all flavors and P'P-Jj c ,.,
will be kept every day ror hl'"
Washington avenue, Huder's bl-,
i-21-tt r?-yr
.( give
-rlm. .o. 10
A saloon keeper, who recently j!L0S(.
this city, was considerably cxo,0,r
euncsiiay nigui ai mining on. ni vestment-'
turn from "the lodge" that a
was entertaining his wife In the
room, and both apparently
lug It. She has gone homo to her ma,
nnd he talks ol pistols, divorce court,
etc.. quite wildly.
Tlif l.ullipriui Clmri'li t'rulliitl.
The festival to lie given for the benefit
ot the German Lutheran church, next
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, should
be liberally patronized by the people 0
the city. Kvery effort will bo made by
tho-e who have the aflair in charge to
make It pleasant for all, and all, there
fore, should contribute with a willing
o I.nltrry.
We are Informed that the ladles who
have the management of the festival to be
given for the benefit of the German
Lutheran church, have-signified their In
tention to have no lottery games of any
kind connected with the aflair. The
llncst ot refreshment, will be served to all
who may desire them, and every etl'ort to
make the festival one of enjoyment will
be made.
I. lit liioiiriiiiee.-
We call attention to the advertisement
of tlio I'qultahle Life Assurance Society
this morning, and recommend the com
liany to all who desire n safe Investment
of a comparatively small sum of money,
by means of which a man may Increase
his present property, may secure In
stantly n suru support for those depen
dent upon him, or provide tor nimscit a
snug sum to bo paid llfiecu or twenty
years hence,
Here miiler.
There was music In tlio air sure, Wed
nesday night. Three bands of screnaders
were out, and visited every part of town.
The National Cornet band paid their com
pliments to the successful candidates, and
other friends, nml nlso to the Iti.'i.uiTiv,
nnd discoursed most excellent music. A
string baud also paid us, among others, n
friendly call, nnd gave lis a very pleasant
Yesterday on the arrival of tho Jim
Flfk, ii green country looking girl of
about eighteen stepped ashore, and asked
where the agent was who gave tickets
away. Sho wanted to get to her uncle in
Arkansas, and had started from Metrop
olis with soventy-llvu cents and n carpet
bag full ot clothes. Acting on the ad
vice ot a gentleman, whom sho ap
proached, sho returned to Metropolis to
await tho arrival orirlcnd.s
Squire Tom Martin, of Gooso Island,
is in the city.
Col. George Keyser, of St. Louis, is
in the city. Col. Koyscr U a railroad
contractor of couslderablo notoriety, and
Is in Cairo In thu Interest of his business.
Mls Alice Woodward nnd Mrs.
Itnyso are visiting friends In Paducuh.
Captain V. P. Wright left tills city
lor Indiana yesterday afternoon. He
will be absent nboutono week.
'the Hnrl.T To..Mglt
Kvrry lover or dancing should bear in
mind that the party to be given by "This
Twelve," at the St. Charles hotel to
night, with the exception or tlio calico
ball or the National Cornet band, nt
Turner hall next Monday, will, In nil
probability, be the last or thu season, and
they should govern themselves accord
ingly. Kvery preliminary to Insure the
success or tlio ntTair lias been made, nnd
a glorious good time may Ikj looked ror.
Tlio best string band In the Pity Inn been
engaged for the occasion.
Apill llllh, at the resldciife (,r her
grandfather, Mr. .fas. 11. Clay, J It 1 1 u
llatlle II. Green, aged two years, daugh
ter of Mrs. Sarah K. Grew. The remains
were taken to Villa Kldgp. yesterday and
laid by her father and llltlo brother The
sympathy of n large circle of friends Is
tendered to Airs. Green who Is now u
widow nnd childless.
Urutlior t.otiivJ. Herbert.
Louis Joseph Herbert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Herbert, Ohio levee, nged
nine years and eleven months and eleven
days, died nt the residence of his parents
at half past ten o'clock cn Wednesday
evening, after a short though painful
Illness. The subject nl this notice was
taken sick three weeks ago, nnd though
all that incdlcnl skill and constant nnd
lender nursing could do for him his lite
could not be saved. Louis was a bright
and Intelligent little boy, and the pride
and hope of Ids parents. With their
many friends we extend to Mr. nnd Mrs.
Herbert our heartlelt sympathy and con
dolancc. The funeral notice will be
found In another column.
An Old .tlnta Ilulibeil.
An old farmer residing In the vicinity
of this city, came to town on Tuesday,
and after remaining in town through the
day became intoxicated. At night he
went rambling about the streets, nnd was
picked up by a party ot young men,
who took him In charge to "show htm
the sights." They conducted him to the
loot or Eleventh street, near where
Itothchlld's it Co.'s pavilion stands, and
proceeded to compensate themselves for
the courtesy they had extended, by taking
his pocket book and n Dottle of whisky
from him nnd then ''turned him loose
He complained to the ofllcers of the rob.
bery, who arrested three strangers sup.
posed to be steauiboatmeu, and lodged
them In Jail to await a bearing.
a mil.
C.UHO. April 20th, 1S70.
Dr. W 1! Smith, I'n-.ilJcnt Cltlirui' .U.ocl.i-tlon-.
Helleviug that late Judicial decisions,
of State and Federal courts, point us to a
way ol escape from the cxcesilve and
burdensome taxations that l.'.iff" Sru'-o
rr-t'-'elm and bankrupt iwiw of the
country -..j citze,H 0f r.nian, artistically
nrranged respectful! the great variety
orourlaniqe(.tijoliery of river, lake,
plain and nl0 pllrp.i. There nre alsi
yjews or Vode or V'hite mountains
w-ra fallinljvidil at U'asliluglr,
. ,,..J,
(jpunt Vernonyirt
,w is printed tin'
jiap of the worxns ,
j.n, showing 'bile
L'oods nt V "Vxr,
the w
lies, eic.; cmcauis
John II. Phillip,
11. S. ISrlgham,
J. H. Itecd,
J. U. Phllll,
A. Susanka.
O. Hockuecdel,
Peter Coblcr,
G. I). Williamson,
Wood llittculiouse,
Isaac Walder,
J. M. Phillips,
Felix Cross,
Ilobt. Y. Miller,
A. Farnbakcr,
II. II. Caudee,
GenA llaK' Of all III
II. W.PP"hitlon o'.
v n 'I'iiL'es : stall-
P. J. Tlilstlewood,
W. A. Itedinnii,
Leo Kiel),
T. J. Kerth,
Win. Loncrgau,
Peter Nell',
Henry Winter,
E. F. Davl,
H. A. Thorns,
It. P. ISobblns,
0. F. Parker,
F. Korsineyer.
II. L. Halllday.
The members of the Clt.cns' Asoela
tlon.and all other taxpayers, are request
ed to meet nt the council chamber, Tues
day evening, the 25th Inst., at 7:110 o'clock.
W. It. Smith, President.
P. Hellbrou has bought tho entire
stock of W. Well & Hro., at Iltirger's old
stand. See double column and bankrupt
sale. tf
Tho Taylor Literary club aio about
ready lo glvw their long talked of mins
trel performance.
Special bargains in muslins at Gold
stincit Itoscn water's. :t-20-tr
The young folks ot this city should
not neglect to attend the party at the St.
Charles to-night. It will be one of the
most pleasant events ot the season.
ltcmcmber the National Cornet band
Monday evening, April 21, nnd don't fall
to be In attendance. It
We are told that a number of gen
tlemen from this city anticipate attend
ing tho Texas State fair, which com
mences at Houston, on thu seventh ot
P. Hellbrou will give you bargains In
dry goods, notions, etc., at Ilurger' old
stand, Commercial avenue. tf
On last Saturday night one of the
doors of J. II. Phillips' store, corner of
Washington nvenue mid Fourteenth
street, was badly used up by burglars
who uttempted to ell'oct uu entrance by
boring out one of the panels. They
failed to effect an entrance and left. Tho
police have been on thu lookout for
thorn, but no arrests have been made.
Go to llurger'sold stand, Commercial
avenue, ir you want bargains In dry
goods. It Is a great bankrupt sale, tf
Ilothchlld it Company glvo the llrst
exhibitioner tho ltoyal Vletoila circus and
menagerie to-morrow. Tho pavilion has
been up ror several days, and thu most
perfect arrangements have been mado
ror thu comfort ol tho.Mi who attend.
Tho performance will ho excellent, and
will draw, no doubt, a largo ntidlence.
Tho Natlotinl Cornet baud hoys aro
rushing things for their Calico bnll'v
Monday night, nnd a glorious tlu-'-i" ' I
Mpiri..tf nrrla, Rood Ar Co., Niifler the
l,oaorn lino llnril. Ilelwein fitly
nntl Nrvcnly.l'Mo Tuna r liny, nml
other Frorrly l,m p)2..H0.
In a private letter received last evening
we aro given the particulars ot a destruc
tive lire, which occurred nt Messrs. Mor
rl, Hood & Co.'s saw mill on Wndnoday
afternoon. A small house occupied by
nn employe nt tho mill took lire, nnd n
high wind prevailing nt the time, spaiks,
were blown to the barn, which'
stood nbnnt one hundred yards
distant, which Ix.-lng full ' or
hay, was ,uou on lire. In less than
half an hour the barn and Its contents,
between fifty and sevcnty-ilvo tons of
hay, and n quantity corn and oats was
in nshe. A large new shed 150 feet In
length used tor sheltering the cattle teams
used In logging, was also entirely con
sumed. The properly destroyed was
valued nt about $2,500, and Insured for
$ 1,800.
or the 'i lints Kciuiir
Strict Economy
In t.eailiiilnfstrjllon nf liomelioM atfalra
TLI hclug true, tliuKurett ami ben
way to Kuuumiilzi! In your
X3ry Gooclw 331111
h to lluy Your Howls of
Yon will I'rnlll Uy II If yon d !
Von Mill I.nieby II IT oil don't I
Tlio largest and bet selected toek ever
brought to Cairo. Warranted all Flirt
Class. Lailles can buy Callcoc nt Hart
man's store at Irom c to 7 cents per yard,
which slow going, old fogy, grab-ai stores
k 8 and 10 ecntsfor.
1000 Yards White ilrocade at 20 centc; con
sidered cheap at .15 cents.
" X) Yards Ilrocade ni 15 eenls; would be
cheap at 3j cents.
Ordinary llleached Muslin (U cent;
Good llleached Muslin s" '
Same goods sUs elsewhere for 12.!c,
Ladies' Cashmere Shawls $1.25;
worth $5.
'5SS HarNansooks. 15c; worth 35c.
Ladles' nil Linen llankcrchlcis
W,cnts; wortli 25 cents.
Gents' nil Linen llandkerchlnls
'"(s; worth 10 cent.
s, American and Imported, very
enso Stock of Ladles' Hosiery at
Prices to Suit the Times.
lt?jbons. Gros Grain and Oil Dolled, all
widths and colors, cheaper than can be
purchased adywhero else.
10 Do. Linen Towel, full width, at 121c;
worth 25 cents.
Cashmere Neckties -10 cents; sold else
where for $1.
20 Do.. Silk Fans 15 cents; worth 115 i ts.
iOO Yards, Dlllcrent Colors, 25 cent ;
worth .'15 cents.
Lace Pillow Slip. lOcts.; Cheap nl 25 cts.
50 Gents' Spring Overcoats $5; would bo
Cheap nt?15.
Pants and Vests, $1; worth $10; .leans
Pants, $1; worth $1.75.
1000 .Mens1 and Hoys' Hats. 50 cts., worth
three times the money.
10 Dozen Percale Shirts, 2 Collars with
each shirt, at $1; cheap at $2. White
Shirts at $1.
Ladies Sldo Lacing Kid Shoes 2 00
worth ?:i.
Misses Kid Shoes 1 25
worth ?'.' 25.
Chlldrens' Pearl and Hull Colored
Kid Shoos nt 1 00
.MeusCalfTles 1 50
wortli $2 50.
Mens' l'ull Stock Plow Shoes 1 50
worth 52 25.
Mens' l'ull Stock llrognns, single
or double solo 1 50
worth $2 25.
Hut why enumerate? It Is impossible
to list nil articles and prices. 'ome and
see for yourself, and ascertain it the ubovo
prices aro not cheaper than tho samu
goods were ever before ellered for In this
market. DANIKL 11AUT.MAN,
Cor. Commercial live, and Sixth St.
.Itwr Kkukivi:i' A. llalley has Just
received n line lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, llowor stands, llower
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts ami
wii'iithcs, which hit lias (mil ked very low,
ut 115 Commercial avenue. -'IS-'lin,
Wu will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Hum.kti.v, unless the
same Is mado on a written order signed
by tho president or secretary of tho com
pany, nnd wo will accept no orders given
by an employe of tho company, for any
ni" "-p whatsoever.
r,l, 1N75. tt
r inc.
Equitable Lite Assurance
On the Savings Bank Plan for Your Own Benefit;
SURPLUS $ 4,015,012 42.
ASSETS $20,039,087 70.
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, f'alro lots.
In exchnngo for St. Louis property.
1'Olt 3 A Li-;.
The south halt or the "Pilot" hoii'ont
a bargain.
Ilousi! on Ninth street, between Wal
nut nnd Cedar streets, lately occupied by
.1. Scbleslnger, $15.
llouo on Twvllth street Vetot Wal
nut, 5 rooms nnd kitchen, $11.
Ilu-lnes.s house on Levee street, above
Llghlli, $20.
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
ftrect, near Commercial nvenue.
Store loom on Commercial nvenue,
next to Wnverly hotel, S10.
Cottage or I rooms on Twenty-third
street, SC. Good yard and cistern.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
streets, 10.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above, $&
House on Commercial avenue, above
Ninth street, suitable for business and
dwelling, $10.
House on Wnlnut street, near Center
pleasant premises, $12 CO.
House on Commercial nvenue, near
l!)th street. Suitable ror business and
dwelling, $15.
Tenements numbered 2, 7, S and
0, Winter's l'ow, 5 rooms each Tor $10
per month. Will be put In llrst-clas
Store room In "Pilot House,'' lately
occupied by A. Halloy.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
.Joll'erson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and pieint
ses. Kent low, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a mouth.
ltooms tn various parts of the city.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Avail. 20, 1S7C. (
The merchants complain that tills lias
been, by far, the dullest week they have
experienced lor months, notwithstanding
the fact that the season throughout has
been onn ot general stagnation In nil
branches of business. Thu weather baa
been warm and pleasant. The rivers nre
rising slowly, but nru expected to be on a
stand in a day or two.
Plour fs very quiet; stocks nro well
supplied nml the demand is light nt pres
ent, but mcrchaub-.'stlll believe that better
times are not far oil', liny Is extremely
dull, and sales hi round lots since our
last Issuo have been very few and tar be'
tween. The market Is yet overstocked.
There Is a better reeling in corn, and
prices aro reported stronger. The sup
ply is not large, but equal to the wants
at present. OaU are llrm, with supply
and demand about equal. The demand
is moderate. Meal and bran are dull.
The supply or butter is sulllclcnt for the
demand, and sales arc slow at quotations
There nre very few eggs coming Into
market, though there is a fair demand.
Live poultry Is in good demand. There
Is a limited supply on the market, nnd
all Is taken on arrival. Sweet potatoes
arc in fair demand nt quotations. There
is a fair supply. Choice npples nro In
limited supply, and thu demand Is fair.
Potatoes aro very dull.
juyour friends should bear In mind
that the prices hero given aru usually
for sales from tlrst bauds In round lots.
In tilling orders and for broken lots It Is
nc:essary to charge an advance over
these llgiires.-Sa
Flour Is very quiet. Tho demand Is
light, with stocks well supplied. Sales
noted weru 1.000 bbls various grades,
S3 250 50 ; 25 bbls supcrlluo, $3 25 ;
10 bbls $0 00; 10 bbls, $q 75. "00 bbls
Yarlous grades, $3 25fv0 73 ; 300 bbls
various grades,, $3 f.08 50; 100 bbls
spring wheat. $4 75, on track ; 25 bbls
various grades, $1 G07 35.
Slucu our lust lssuo there has been
nothing, comparatively, done, in hay.
The market has shown loss activity than
at any previous tuna during thu season,
notwithstanding a dullness has prevailed
at all times that has seldom, if ever, been
experienced by tlio merchants of this
city. No sales aro reported.
Thu demand lor corn Is ntodtralo
wiill" the supply Is light. Prices arc re.
ported stronger. Sales noted were 2
cars whltu In bulk, 15o;l car white hi
sacks, llc ; 500 sacks while, l!)o.
There Is a fair demand lor oats. Tho
market U tlriu ut quotations. Tho supply
l n tl.s. ,...icuia ...ill 'lll4 rr
ID 1-411111 lU lliu UiavMt Willi. .- ' I
ported werp 1 ear choice, in sacks, 40c ; 1
car white In sacks, 41c.
Meal Is quiet. Prices nro about as, last
reported, and there Is a good supply, with
x' .ivr
a limited demand. No sales were re
ported. 1U1AN.
Hran Is unusually dull. Tho supply Is
heavy, with a light demand. Wc note
the sale of 150 sacks 05c
Hutterlslu good supply, and the de
mand Is limited. Prices remain ns last
quoted. We note the sale of .1 tubs Nor
thern 25c; II tubs common 20o; 2 tubs
common 20c; 5 tubs Northern 28c; 5 tubs
common 25c.
Arrivals of eggs nre slow. There 1" a
fair demand, nml nil nre tnken upon ar
rival. We note the sale ol 100 dozen 13c;
100 dozen l-JJc; 200 dozen 12c.
There Is a good demand for poultry
with a limited supply. All are taken on
arrival. Sales reported were 1 coop
hens, $4 4 coops bens, $3 75.
Wu note the sale 5 barrels, Illlnots,
$3 25.
Wo note the sale or 10 boxes Lattlng'a
Excelsior, Co.
There Is a good demand for choice ap
ples. Wo note the sale ol 10 bbte choice,
$C 50.
We quote salt in car load lots, $1 CO ;
less than car load lots, $1 75.
April 30, .876
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St'Wnnt, SIkmiI ScttIc. U. 8. A.
Port Ul.
Steamer .Mm Flsk, Paducuh.
" llermtidn, Nashville.
" Alice, South.
" City of Alton, New Orleans.
Cons Millar, Memphis.
" Spotsvllle, Ohio.
" Alice lirown, tow, Pittsburg.
Golden Rule, Cincinnati.
" Wlialo and barges, Pittsburg.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Paducah.
" Bermuda, Nashville.
" Alice, St. Louis.
' Alice lirown, tow, .Memphis.
" City or Alton, St. Louis.
" Cons Millar, Cincinnati.
" Spotsvllle, South.
" Golden Rule, New Orleans.
" Whale and barges, St. Louis.
Business has been very quiet.
The weather was clear and pleasant
through the day, but to-night there are
strong indications of rain.
Tho Ohio rose 1 inch at Cincinnati
and -I inches at Louisville. At Evansvlllu
It declined 1 foot 2 Inches, and at Padu
cah 1 Inch. Thu gauge here showed 41
feet 5 Inches, the rise in the 24 hours being
5 inches. At St. Louis the Missis
sippi ro'e I) Inches.
. (IKNKItAI. lrusis.
iiio.rohn I). Maud, for Memphis and
Vlekeburg, .Inmcs Howard for Now Or
leans and the Atlantic '.and barges for
New Orleans aro duo to-day from St.
The Alice Brown, from Pittsburg,
arrived yesterday with a lot of barges of
coil tor St. Louis, which she dropped
here, and hud also a number of boats for
Memphis. Sho added several barges
hcru to complete lier tow, nnd left for
her destination.
Tho City ot Alton cauio up from be
low at 10 o'clock yesterday, 4 days and
17 hours out from New Orleans. Sho
went to the stone depot and put ofl some
freight and got away for St. Louis in
j nt 1 hour. Captain lllxby said ho
would make the run from New Orleans
to St. Louis In 5 days, and if ho lias
good luck ho will keep his promise.
The Whale ami tow arrived Irom
Pittsburg at 5 o'clock last evening. Sho
will discharge her New Orleans might
here, and will get away somcllmo during
the night.
Tho Golden ittif, Captain O. 1'.
Shlnkle, camo In from Cincinnati with a
most excellent trip for Now Orleans.
Shu did very Xittlo business here.
Tho Cons Millar came up Irom
MempMs with a gooi up stream trip lor t
Tho Hcrmiida caiuu down Irom
Nashville with a good trip. , ( .
Tin Spottsvllle havlug been bought
at Evansvlllu by Mr.yrom.llteW, ot VI
dalla, La., passed down tho river yester
day tor tho South without landlnjr. The
price paid by Mr. Reber wa f ,)Q.
The Commouwealth will :fpHQWjh
James Howard to New Orleans from St.
-The Atlantic, will add a V7P con
taining 6000 sack 1 of corn amlnlot of U
ccIIrucous freight hero.

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