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ilny tiiKht at liiiir-i!i.it kcvi ii, in Oilit
mhowit imu. iiohk,
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-'psiw ntlmir-iuutpi'Mii. In twir nuinm
:oluiiiTrlal nvviiuf, between Nlxlli mi' N-ventlt
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' UlllO KNUAMI'MKNT, I. O. (). Y.. inula
iii (liM-Krlli)Wii' 1UII im Hit- llnitiiiiil llilril
lm-vl:i in rrrry month, nt lmlf-nnt ectru
fl ('.VIIlOI.OIHJi:. NO.I-IT.A.l-". A A.M.
HoM ri-pnlar communication In Ma
minlc Hull, corner "oiiimm rciul identic
' 'awl i:ixlitli Klrivt, oil the m-wiiid aii'l
iiirlh MiiiiOny of tiri month.
Willie IJi.imN.
White ,'ootls mid lltibiH. I icl iidtti r nil
kinds of white war for suits for Indies
mill children, nt Hurler tV Co's. The
prices ol these (,'ooils nre extremely low,
mill the tock U 11 most nttraetlvo one.
Iltirrnli fur llnlilri. i
Slcvplng carriages mid prcnmhuhitors,
for babies ol nil slze. nt prices ranging
Horn $8 M to$2.(, nt Win. Klchhoirs fur
niture Inctorj', coiner Seventeenth treet
niul Washington avenue. -J-l 1-1 m
licilt.' I'llrillHllllllC tilllllll.
.1. Hurler it Co., have added to their
itock this "prlnir one of the ilnest selcr,
tlons ol gents' furnishing goods over
brought to IhU illy. Gentlemen nrn In
vlteil to call and c..in;lno goods Wore
purchasing el'X'where.
Al lllle.v,.
Th Centennial Refrigerator the latct
improvement ni.d tho bet over made;
uImi a line assortment of hiirdwaic nnd
cutlery at greatly reduced prlre, nt A.
Ilalley. So. 115 Coninieielal avenue.
i:t'KHIl ' l'.
l!ibbon, funs and p.-uaxoK latent styles
itml lowest prices fur fale at Hurler A.
o's. AUoan cxiptl-ltelot of eauhinere
mid ei ru tie, hi the newet dedgus.
Sullli-llllllic .Ni'K.
Ilurger tV. Co. have alieautlful ;iMut
inent of dress jjihmN ol nil lihnU, nnd
llk-. MimtiK-r silks :i low a dxiy nt
per yard. These art) splendid bargain.
all and fro thcin hefore the rush.
'I In- I'lm c. .
I'or a elea.t shave, a fu'lilonabb- hair
rut, or a thorough shampoo, go to .1.
(!e.orgu Hteluhoiuu on Klghth street,
Alexander County Hank building. 1 1 1-
hop Is always neat; his towels always
i It an ; his a ImuiiU always polite, antl
Ids tables covered with the latent daily
paper", lor the Ix'nelltofhls f-utnuirr.
e will pay no bill eontraeted by any
. uipluyt' of Tin: KcLi.im.v, unless the
tame la made on a written order Mailed
by the pn. -blent or H-crotaiy of the com
pany, and we will acecpt no orders given
by an employe of the company, lor any
purpose whatsoever.
Caiko lti;i.t.i:ii.v oui-i.sv.
November l'J. 1S7.V tt
."00 llllllli AUVIllH
H.uiteil In llllulot lor the new Illus
trated Thistle Ktlltlon or Sir Walter
icon"-. Wavcrly nuvelii ami other popu
lar publications. Liberal Inducements to
k'ood agents. .Send lor circular and
t rm to W. II. Ka-tim i Co.. l'J.'i ( lark
(Heel, Itooin "!', ( bliMn. 'l-27-eod-lm
Real Estate Column
Mi xander enmity land-, i aim U.U,
in xehauye for St. I.oills propr-il.
The tilth hall of the Pilot" hem-at
n bargain
I'OK l!i;.NT.
t ullage on Ninth .Street, uet of Wal
nut treet, jl2 .VI.
Cottage on I'oiirti'enth lnet,norlb.
e.t of Washington avenue, $11
- Saloon and lixtuies. southwest em it
er Klyhteenth stuet anil I'onimeieiiil
avenue, at a harjMln.
Cottage on Twelllb street, we't of
Commercial avenue, Sill.
Iwelllnj house, on Cross iln-et, wt'Sj
ol Washington avenue.
liiislness house, on l.evee.-tteet.iibovu
A ;ood cottage on Twenty-Ninth
-treut, near Coinmereial avenue.
.Store loom on Coinmereial avenue,
next to Wavetly hotel, $10.
Cottajto of I rooms on Twenty-third
street, $0. (iood yard and cistern.
(Jood dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second nnd Tweiity-tli'rd
Ktreeta, 10.
Store-room comer Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 M).
Storu room adjoining above, $$.
Iloui! on Walnut street, near Center
pleasant premise:!, $12.0.
House on Coinmereial avenue, near
1'Jtli street. Suitable for business and
Tenements numbered 7, S and
!, Winter's How. 5 rooms each for $10
per month. Will be put In llrsit-class
Store room In "Pilot lloiife," lately
occupied by A. llnlley.
Dwelling house on Sixth street anil
.loH'crson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building anil pieiul
)es. lieul low, to-ft good teii'int.
Store room, corner Twentieth anil
Washington avenue, $12 n mouth.
Itooms In various parts of the city.
von i. hash on bam:.
-Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
.SoMHiuiNii Nr.w. The lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
tbti liilnt and the beft ever made, at A.
llalley'H. who I now selling bis large
Mock ol stou-s. tin and brltlnna waro at
gientlv reduced prices, filve him a call
belnro you purchase, U"i Coinmereial nv
eiiue. 2-lS-:im.
Si:i: Iocn. c. Koeli, at hifi shop nnd
tstoio room, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
lias for sale a stock of boots ami shoes of
bis own make ; idso a full stock of leather
antl llndlngs tor sale; and a
large fto(ck of St. Louis ens.
torn niado boots nnd shoes. He
keeps tho best material and is up in all
the latest stylus. Ills tits are perfect, und
satisfaction Is guurautectl. Olyo liltn n
mn iultiittn.
AVor.v i:ui:ms.
I OII f-llliltlFK.
We mi- iiiitluiilil i ntliiniilicv .1 0 1 1 S II,
l!(ll:I.Sf-()N initrainll.l.Veror ."In rilfur Alex
nlnlrrciiitiity, nt Hie milling futility fkrtliui.
Wp iiH'niilhorireit tunniioiiiire Hint It. A. IM
iiitinilniiii N mi lii'li'i mil nl lli iiiliUi-.iii iitiiill-
lute lor !-lici I fT, nl tin- I'li'iilnj; riiiiiity rltrtlmi.
I'nr mi I in lei himIi nt I'linilliliili- fur !,( rilf nf Al-
exniiiltreotnily, at tin- uuiiinx county tlci tloii.
O'Alt lillti furuitd'ttliiiiiKi arc ilue ami ny
utile IN AUVANI.'C
I ruii'tinl uihcrtisInK will l-c liuirlcl at ttiw
nte of 1 (0 icriiian- fortlit! Ilmt hifirliuti
ami tf eciilii fur eucli nuliiiiirnt one A lltitml
illnciiint will be mailc un eUnntlnK ami iliit
rtlsi jur-iitfl . .
lor lnrtlriK Kttiu r.il iiolleu l m Minis ( I
inK'tliia of socletli'S or went onltr 5J ciit fur
I'irli limcrtlon
Clinrrli, Society, KcdtlMtl timl Supper nutlet
will only Ulncrlnl at ailmll-ciin.TiU
No advi rtlsini nt will 1 rt(lel at Ism tlinn
htrmu, niul no ailirtlni( nt will 1 Inscrti-il
fur li'Kslh.ui tline dollars k r moiit li
, Local BuutnuBB Notlcua, of
Kifl ten line or more, Insortod
"V-1- In the Bulletin tin follow :
Commence Counting at ten Llnea.
Ono Insertion per line " Cents
Two Inaertlonapor Hnu 7 Cintu
Throo lnsartlons per line 10 Cents
Ulx insertions per line IB Cents
Two weeks per line 25 Cents
One month per line. 35 Cants
No Iletltictlon will ba maito in above
I. (Kill Wcatlicr Kerxiri.
CAino, IlL. , May 't, IjTC.
Hail 'Iiik.
.ii.rill la '
tt !nl , i.l
."..Ml 72 i
WlNIi. I Vkl.
W I 1
W 10
W ' 11
in. III.
II '
2 i.lli
.I..MI. WAIS'lN,
Si IK'nllil. rilKliul Sin li'e, II. H. A .
IJll Wl)lll-M,
Tbiily Ibousand just iccelved at the
Hi 1 1. in l iilllei-.
linl ;iue.
I'lesh ariival ol a trv large a'fort
inent ol ladles' antl gent.s' kltl gloves at
I lturgerv Co. :t-21-tl
Linen l'Mei-.
Linen lihr, nlate finish, letter anil note
paper nt the III i.i.r.ns ofllee. liiuennd
ream laid, below St. Louis price.
iilniH-re l.nei-Hiiiiil . llllii,s.
'Aclinic rc lace mid netthiL'. a stilcndiil
as'iirlnit'iit. certain to nlea'e the ladies.
just In, nt .1. Ilurger & Co. It-Jl-tf
I'lii'iip llirii.
I have ju-t received ten head of horses.
Anybody wishing a good anil cheap
liorsoenll and see the.n. i. II hitman.
("(Ml Cor. (ilh and Commercial Ave.
IiiiiiiIii (Jrnlnce.
Mr. .lames Clatloy, the ehaiuiIon
grainer of the country, is topping nt 11.
Abie's paint shop, on Seventh street.
Orders solicited. .V0-:Jt
A Ix-aul U'ul line of new embioldcfics
just iccelved by the recoglileil "embroid
ery hoiix--' ofCalro .1, Ilurger .V Co.
.It si I!ki ki me A. Ilalley has Jiiit
roeelt'il a line lot of canarv and mock
ing bird riiL'e.s. tbiwcr stands. Ilower
trahieif. baskets, inclier. hearts anil
wteatlus. which he hasmail.cd vervlow.
at 1 1. "i Commercial avenue. '-ls-:ini.
suit-.: siiiu!
Latlii' linen ami nlpura suits, beauti-
lully uiaile and styll-hly tilmmctl, for
sale at .1. Ilurger ti Cn's. The.su suits
ate selling as low as material can be
bought in this city. Call aud.M'c tlieiu.
S!(iiiscl.cci(r, .11 1 en (Inn.
Do you know that .1. Ilurger iV Co. are
in receipt of a mnguilieent line of carpels
anil oil clothes, all the very latest styles
and designs? The ilrt arrival of the sea
son. Stop in and examine their stock.
lioiioi- rnrlilxliiitw f.noil.
This department at. I. Ilurger it Co.'s
store on Commercial (iveuiie. contains a
stock of taiilo linens, towel, napkins,
marsellle.s quilts, etc., etc., which will do
light the eyu of every housekeeper
Tbe-e good-arc ollered at panic prices
and will go oil" like but cakes. ,
.lust icceiNctl, a large stock ol Shaw's
Refrigerators, nnd White Mountain triple
motion, lee eicain li'ce.eis ; aNo a large
supply of wire screen cloth for doors
anil windows, ail at rock-bottom prices.
C. W. 1Ii:m)i:iison.
Corner PJtli street and Coinmerela
avenue. -i-ih-iiu.
Save Time unit Money.
Tliu Cairo ami Vineennes railroad is
twelve hours shorter than other rotitu to
the ( entenninl. Passengers by this matl
save sleeping ear expenses by having
only out! night's ride, leaving Cairo at .1
a. in ; take breakfast net morning at
Pittsburg, and supper at Philadelphia or
New York -only thirty-seven hours out
from Cairo. Tickets for sale by all
'routes. l-r.-KU.
Tor llie place to buy lumber cheaply,
go to .1. S. Mcfiahcy, corner of Twen
tieth street anil Washington avenue,
where lie Is locating bis new lumber
yards, and during the mouth will
bo prepared to furnish all kinds
of building material. lie nl-n of
fers 50,000 leel of assorted lumber nt the
Wall it lint mills, from $10, $PJ,aml
$11 per thousand. Also, 20.000 feet ol
llooi lug, sltllng, and surfaced lumber at
correspondingly low pi kes. Tim lumber
being stained more less from I lie
late shio water, lie oilers it at Ihti above
ln.v prices. Patties In need of lumber
will savo money by giving nun a can
Terms cash, unless by special arrange
mould. ri-'Mw.
Circuit 4!ourl.
Tliu Alexander county circuit eoint,
.bulge ll.iker presiding, commences on
Monday nionlng.
Tliu rivers are rllng pretty fast again,
and the slpe water Is also on the increac.
There nro hnllcitlous tlial the big water
has not nil eomo yet.
Mr. Itoblson, the elllcicnt night clerk
at the St. Charles hotel, we regret to say,
who has been in 111 health for several
months, was Uikcu seriously sick a few
days n-jo, and is now lying very low.
Mrantirrry IVmUiiI.
We unilcrstaud Hint tin; tallies ol the
Preibyteilan church propose, as soon ns
straw tierries can heproeurrednt reasona
ble prices, to give a strawberry festival.
To Hrnl.
Cottage on corner of Seventh antl Wal
nut streets; house containing 0 rooms,
also good citcrn and out houses. Ap
ply nt second door from corner on Sev
enth street. C T-'Jl
The Grocery More.
Fret-burg & Co., are re-arranglng the
room to bo occupied by their grocery
store, comer Sixth street nnd Ohio levee,
previous to putting In tlnlr stock of
Turner I'le-.Mr.
The Turners will give a grand May
plc-niu somo time during this month.
Further patticulars will be stated as
soon as they have selected the grounds.
.Ntillcc to MllliH'r.
I expect to le away from the city for
some time, and during my absence, Mr.
W. C liobblns Is duly uuthoiied to rep
resent mo as agent of tlio "ICey Line."
5-10-lw. W. P. Wniuur.
Ma Kith, 1S7C
I'or Suit-.
A choice lot of plant', just tcitivcdt
which will be sold nt half the usual
prlcci'. (.'all ami see them anil Satisfy
yourselves. Sixth street, opposite Win
ter's photograph gallery.
It. .1. T. Thomas.
Tlit! undersigned Is prepared to pump
out nnd repair cisterns or build new ones
on short notice and at satisfactory prlcev
.1. S. Hawkins,
it and 'J i Cedar street. Po-toUlcc box
I'ollce 4'ourl.
The police courts have been erv dull
places lor news lor many days. There
were several eases up before the magis
trate yesterday, but the charges brought
agnin-t the several alleged offenders all
proved too thin, nnd they were accord
ingly discharged.
1'rof. I.oiniiier.
Piof. I.onimer apieared at IhoAlhe
ueum last evening to a moderate audi
ence. The performance throughout was
excellent, and In many respects dlflcreut
from anything of the kind before seen
here. The professor will give another
exhibition to-mght.
Tlit- lAcnriloii lo I'liiltieiili.
There wastpilte a number nl' ladles and
gentlemen went to Patlticab on the
steamer .lames I'isk last evening. The
National Comet Hand and a string baud
accompanied the party, antl a gay time
was anticipated. A base ball club was
also In the party, and will play the Idle
wilds of that city a friendly game to-day.
Iiiiiiii-IiiiiI I'linicli .Notice
This ladles of tin congregation of the
church of the 1'cileemer nro earnestly
requested to meet the Hector, nt the Par
Mi church, on Wednesday, at 'J o'clockt
p.m. Iltislucss of great Importance.
('ha-,, A. Gii.itKitT, l'eetor.
Will the Sun please copy. '; 'Jt
I.anea-ter A- Itice have ju-t received
100,000 pine shingles from the Michigan
pineries ; also 100,000 cypress shingles
and all kinds of doors, wi-di, dressed
lumber ami building material all lor
sale very low. Yard ami ofllee, cornur
of Sixteenth street nnd Coinmereial ave
nue. 5-7-01
lloil'l Willi
Till the cough gets hold of yon literally
"by the throat" and worries and tears
you. One or two doses ot Hall's llalsaiu
for the lungs will stop It, cure It. eradi
cate It entirely. It ought to he kept In
every family as readily as Hour or any
other necessary ot life. Ten thousand
physicians pre-crlbe It. Pr'ce, $1. w-lt
Hotel eisoillll-,.
St. Charles W. .1. Powell, St. Louis;
liichafd Nell, San Francisco; 'V. II.
O'llrlen, Iowa City, Cnlltornla; .1. O. P.
Vandervert. IMgwood. Ills.; E. P. How
ell, Chicago; C. S. Sawyer, llaltimoie:
A. W. Conger, Chicago; W. A. Whft-
more. Jacksonville, Ills.; .1. I). Kcilcrt
Dayton. Ohio; John Iteeder, Cincinnati ;
II. .1. Sotf-er, Cincinnati; ltlchard M.
Hell, Missouri; A. (.5. Moorehouse, Chi
Active men ami woman, lo sell in
Southern Illinois and adjoining States,
MonllguanlV Adjustable Sponge llrush
ami Mop Holder. It Is an article rcquh'
ed hi every household, store and ntllco ;a
last selling article, small eot, and a gen
teel business, that pays well, I'or refer-
eueonnd full particulars, address,
H.u.i,, Woon it Lvov.
101 South WnierSt., Chicago, Ills,
Ice I'l-eiiiii.
Phil Saup has renovated and ic fur
nished his Ice cream parlors throughout
with eotly furniture nnd tine carpet,
making it ono of tastiest and plcasaucst
places of resort In the city, where pure
leo creams of all flavors and pure quality
will Vn kept every day for his patrons.
Washington avenue, lluder's block.
Listen to Mi-Hiioii t
There is no polott In Wlh!irt's l'ltie
Tree Tur Cordial 1 Entirely free from
any lufuloii that may suppress one dis
ease, to Induce certain death by causing
another I The puro Hie np of evergreen
vegetation, warranted to cure eough,
colds, lioarsness, and nil pulmonary dis
eases. (2l)vlt.
Mr. l.'oodrlt li' Niirri-KMir.
Mr. '. S. Sawyer, of Haltimore, ar
rived in tills city yesterday afternoon. lie
will succeed the Into W. H. Coodrlch, ns
gcncrnl freight nnd passenger agent In
the olllce ot the Cairo and Vlnceimes rail
road company hi this city. Mr. Sawyer
was formerly a resident of thlj city, hav
ing held the olllce as general agent ol
the Illinois Central railroad previous to
the appointment to that position of Colo
nel .lames Johnson, lie H ald to boa
practical railroad man, anJ one who
thoroughly understands tliu business.
T'HFiitWour YcHrt Ak.
For more than two-thirds ol allfc-tlme
Charter Oak Stoves have been a familiar
household word; dally gaining In popu
larity, anil doing a vast deal of good in
enabling housewives to place bcloro their
funilllesjcverv day three, "square meals,"
well and quickly cooked, at a very smal
cost of both fuel antl labor, and wo are
doing no more than our duty in advilng
every housekeeper who does not haven
Charter Oak Stove to get one with the
least possible delay. "-10-'Jt.
lliiiniiKc by the Nt oriii.
The storm ol Saturday night did con
siderable damage to propcrty,we learn, in
.Missouri, opposite this city. Out-houses,
fences nnd trce3 were blown about pro
miscuously, but no injury to either beast
or man, so far as wo cm hear, was done.
A two story Iraino house in Charleston
was lifted off its foundation and carried a
a distance of several yards. .Mr. Stephen
Hird, residing a few miles from this city,
Is the looer of about live hundred dol
lar, by having a thriving pecan grove
totally destroyed, and a number of fences'
blown down.
A I'lonler l'o n nil.
Mr. Clayton Hutchison, who re'ldes
near Cottonwood Point, a short distance
Mow this cltv, was In town yesterday.
Mr. Hutchinson had in his possession a
piece ot clothing taken from the body of
a man found floating In the Mississippi
river near his home, which he believes is
the remains of Frank (J II man, who so
suddenly disappeared while working
about the Illinois Central ItaHro.nl com
pany's w liarboat some two months ago.
Mr. Hutchison brought the 1 ragmen t to
have It ldetitilletl by the friends of the
deceased bore. He says the corpse is
very much decayed and has been In the
water for a long time.
AsstlKlii-f's Notice,
lly virtue of an order of thcdutrlct court
of the United .States tor the southern din
trlct of Illinois, 1 will, on Saturday morn
ing. May HI, 170, at the hour ot 10 o'clock
a. in., sell at public sale to the highest bid
der, fur cash in baud, at the doorol the
store (on Coinmereial avenue, in the city
of Cairo) lately occupied by Ilcilhron A
Well, bankrupts, now occupied by Solomon
Farvlra, ill the uncollected accounts and
other evidence ot Indebtedness belonging
to the c-tatc of slid bankrupts and remain
ing tiiitli-po-ccl ot at the time ol such sale.
Ui:oitiiK KlsitKli,
AsI;;necol llellbron A: Well, Itanknipti,
Csll'.o, .May ITO. 5-10-3t
Mr. Tieorge l.ounsberry Is in ( lit-
The venerable Judge IMiou, of Villa
I'hlge. was In the city yesterday.
Miss Alice Woodward returned to
her home hi Loekport, New York, on
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. J. C. .immer, ot this city, and
Mr. Win. Kiefcr, of Dayton, Ohio, lelt
by the Iron Mountain railroad yester
day afternoon for an extended tour
through Texas. They will visit the
Texas Statu fair nt Houston.
Judge Miirchlldon, Win. Wood and
John H. Hrown, of Thebes precinct, were
in the city yesterday. They report all
thin nourishing, notwithstanding the
hard times, in their locality.
A Mny Itrink.
Mr. Jacket, at tins Thalia saloon, is
prepared to set before bis friends and
customers the most palltable and delicious
drink ever prepared at any saloon In
Cairo. Asperula Odoratn, a plimtwlilch
grows in a few of the Northern Stutes
and in portions of Europe, together with
orange sliced, is placed In lthlno wine,
the wine extracting the llavorot thohcrb,
which Imparts to it a most pleasant and
delicious flavor. Mr. Jacckcl has secured
a quantity or this herb from Kelly Island,
and Is now prepared to furnish wine as
above stated, lie will continue to sup
ply his customers with the drink during
the mouth of May, or as long as the plant
is in season. Mint julips are no whero
compared to this drink.
Niiiiowpil Suicide,
A gentleman named Charles Elmwood
arrived in Cairo a few daya-ago and re
maiucd until Monday night, when he
disappeared very suddenly. Yesterday
morning bis body was picked up in the
Ohio river, near Halllday Hrolliers'
warehouse. A coroner's Jury was sum
moned and held an inquest over the
corpse. They canto to the conclusion
that Elmwood bail come to ids death by
drowuiiiL'. and that ho had committed
suicide. The deceased was known to
several gentlemen In this city, who In
form us his ho hid was in Elkhart. He
was formerly a resilient of Springfield,
and was at one time a prominent grain
merchant of that city, but failed. Since
his liiiluro In busini''- ho has attempted
several different tunes to put nneimto
Ills life, but fulled. Ppou his person was
found n memorandum book, a pocket
book containing one dollar uud twenty
cents, und n few other little tilnkets of no
A. IIai.lkv. A llnelot of table nnd
pocket cutlery, nlso spndes, shovels
hoes, rnl.-na fnrks.nxcs and a irenernl line
ofhardwnro just received by A. Ilalley,
115 Commercial nvenno 'JOS-Din.
The l.itsl t'.iilerlnliiMienl
Of the
Friday Night, May I'Jth.
W. II. Morris,
Fenner Eldrltl,
John llecve,
Lou Schucker,
John Oswald,
John Alsthorpc,
Nick Hacker,
Ike C. llrlkcy,
I.ally antl Fox,
Hilly Hawkins,
Ocorge ('belief,
Henry Mllhuru,
Prof. Elscuburg,
'"tnre Full Hand
Ols-nliii; l.'hunin
".V I.llllKll, WalllliL-l'
'l.fttle Dickie nil-tin" ,......1iu Sclnickt-rs
"IhoOM liars date" Mck Marker
'llie Uni-that led loSrlinnl"..-.!. S. .Milium
...y.",a .'r" 'lin Uteve
''H'lmt ,i. L'niiillc S.il." V. II. Morris
l'.ici'itio.' to iiik CtNir.NSUl ...Coropniiy
1'AltT II.
Ciui.M'.noi: Cuni Ions J.ai.lv
llAUi,aud(!uiTAuExr.iicisi:...l. Huickkv
lUrltunl Mnnircslntloili).
Medium W II Morris
-lake Older saw the itruii) ......John Oiw.il.l
Instrumental (Jultitrtte National Hand
"Gvotsd WaslilsKlon" a (Vntrimlil Cliaractfr
Sonit hlilrtil ami Alitliorn
TenTliousitiil .Mites Away",. .. I.on Hdiiirkert
"Louisiana Senator" T0I111 ltve
( h.iUcnife Jig 11Jrcw Fox
OM.M.-.n.-pocaltifs IVnntr Klilriil
Soiii; ami Daurr l.-illy anil Ko
'Hit- I'crfoiinaiicc to conclmlc vrltli tin- funny
U5i,i: ji:t'r.
I'nclf .lea"(a inliclilcroua nit) loliti Oiwald
-liiliibo (n Karritncr) - ht laUy
llfiiry (In love with .losephluv) Urn. Chellrt
Dr. Cole (a village doctor) ...II II Mlllnirn
S llllOll A Illllr llalrLI...
Mm. (iriints Hid Dcronla
losqihlne - I C llilckf y
-All elegant line of cXssimeis at lirst
cot, at Stuart it GhoVm's.
The Jf iiiMrrlk,
It should be borne hi mind that the
Taylor Literary club will give Its mins
trel pelormatice on Friday night nt the
This Is to lie the crowning event of the
life of this Institution. In the way of
public entertainments. The programme
ns will bo seen, is made up of tliu very
latest specialties In Hit! way of
songs, character sketches ami dances,
and they have been studied with very
satisfactory results by the members of
the troupe, who will not fall to present
them to their many friends in a manner
which will be appreciated on the the oc
casion of the performance. In tho list ot
actors, will be found the best talent to be
found In Southern Illinois.
At the head of tliu ;ilt Is the favorite
or our city, W. II. Morris, who as an In
terlocutor or middle man, cannot be ex"
celled by even the best professional", and
as a character actor, his ability is well
known. Mr. Fenner Eidrld. who has on
several occasions appeared before the peo
ple of this city, and who In the rendition of
old man sketches, is equal to many of the
best men in the minstrel lm-lnes, Is in
the city, and will appear on this occa
sion. John Iteeve, the Inimitable plan
tation darkey, will eomc to the front, and
give the cltl.cns his views on the finan
cial condition of the laud.
The other members of tliu baud will
follow with their various specialties as
arranged hi the programme, and will tie
sure to please, a all have heroine thor
oughly conversant with tliu parts m
signed them. The performance through
out will be the very best ever given by
home people, and wo hope our citizens
will reward tho club by giving flienia
full house,
t'lly Council.
Tliu city council convened In regular
session last evening for the purpose of
hearing tliu mayor's message ; acting on
nominations for appointive otliccrs, nnd
the transaction of general business. Af
ter the reading of the message ami the
disposal of routine business, the mayor
proceeded to niako his appointments.
For Clilef ot Police John H. Oossinan
was nominated, ami continued uy n
imanmlous vote of the council.
For police constables Martin O'Malley
nnd Henry Sargent were nominated, and
both combined by a full voto of tliu
For city jailer John Clancey was nom
inated. Nomination ityected ayes, one,
nays nine.
Tho mayor then nominated James Car
roll for city jailer, and tliu nomination
was conllrined liy a unanimous vote,
Tliu mayor stated that he bail
further nominations to make nt pre
aivl the council adjourned.
A So. I l.itiiiulry.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
thu luundrcss, No. l'J Fourth street, he-
tween Washington and Commercial nvej
lines, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in tho city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llnd It to their ndvantago to jail upon
her. Her prices are ns follows : Hotel
anil boarding-house washing 73 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices aru ns
follows: Single shirt and collar, 15c; per
do.eu, 50c; socks, fie; two collars, fie;
two handkerchiefs, ru; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, . per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 2.Vj; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, f0o; wldtu
dresses, 1 2.1c ; ladles' undcrwarc. line
nud coarse, $1 00 per doen. 1-2.1-tf.
'- lleer llnll-Our Nulooii.
Fred Hollieluz, proprietor of Our
Saloon, is now engaged In having tills
popular resort for ladles and gentlemen
thoroughly overhauled uud bcautlllcd.
Tho hoiisu has been so nrranged that
parties desiring private nparlmctits,
away Irom tho principal saloon room,
can havn them, and every convenience
that can bo desired. Ho is now making
preparations to open this new pluco with
a grand lunch. The opening will take
place about next Saturday, and it is the
desire of tho proprietor .that each nnd
every one of ids many1 friends will bo
present on tho occasion.
Cicntlemen's summer lints for snlo by
jO. HaythoriiACn. fi-tKtt
llnrgnliis for IliU Week.
I will sell the following goods for one
half their actual value. I havo Just pur
chased and received a large assortment of
seasonable goods at n bankrupt sale, and
to have them go oil' rapidly I will sell
them for less than manufacturer's prices.
The stock consists ot the following de
sirable goods
Ladles' Slipped mid Newport Ties;
Ladles' Side Lace Kltl Onlters;
Ladles' Side Lace Cloth (Jailers;
Men's Calf Congress and llro.nl way
A Full Assortment ol Dress (loods;
New Styles Calico;
and a large assortment of Hamburg Edg
ings ;
Men's and Hoy's Clothing, Astonish
ingly Cheap.
Mens' While and Colored Shirts.
I respectfully Invite tho public to come
and examine for themselves, ns It is Im
possible to describe them. Come early
If yon want bargains, as they will go oil'
lively. Dan. Hautmav,
Cor. Sixth and Coininmcrclal avenue.
I'liriillu ro I'lienp,
Win. Elchhoirhasjiist tilled his ware
Iimic and factory, corner of 17lh street
ami Washington avenue, with the
largest stock and most complete, variety
of fnrnlturu ever ollered in the Cairo
market. Ho means business, and will
sell lor cash only at rock bottom iigurc
It l only necessary to examine bis stock
and prices to satisfy yourselves as to
quality nnd cheapness, ami that now 1
tliu time to buy. -1-12-1 111
Real Estate
Land AtrenU of the Illinois Central and
Ilurlinicton and fclutocy A. B,
Fori. maaxTT
- Huslness House lately occupied by
Wood Itlttcnhoii'e & Co., on Levee he
low 1 1th street. Rent very reasonable.
Dwelling house,," rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, in good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut .streets. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on wct side of Coin
mereial avenue near Fifth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling, ltcnt for each, $3
per month.
Dwelling house, 5 rooms, on Fifth
street near Walnut, In good repair. Itent
$12.50 per month.
Cottage, 'J rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-llrst street, near Sycamore
north side. Itent ?.", per month.
Two small bouses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Itent low.
Hascmcnt of brick building, west sldu
of Washington avenue near F.lghtecnth
street, live rooms In good condition!
Kent low.
Building on cast side of Coinmercia
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable I'or
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Hulldmg on west sldu of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Itent very low.
Tenements, olliees and rooms in vari
ous lacattons. Itents low.
Lots ami lauds for sale or lcae.
Urns . IIauman ,V Co.,
Ileal F.statu Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee Streets. '.t-l.Vtf
"Uy all means Ifiiy your shoes ot O.
Ilaytborn & Co. 5 -.'
Iluy your Min umbrellas ol (). Hay
thorn it Co. WW!
Iloslery, gloies, ties, eorsests, etc., nt
Jobbers' prices. Su'aut ,t(iiit)i.so.N.
Forji gootl linen or paper collar go lo
Mi-:it O. Hayiudun' & Co.
4 Urius
Fifty cents, nt Winter's Gallery
..May li. .S7H I
hi. Liri
New Orlt-iiUH..
Ilelow lilgli Muter of W.
.lAJir.n 1VA1?III.,
Sergeant, Slirnal Menli-e, II..S. A.
I'orl l.UI.
Sreanicr .las. Flsk, Patlneali.
" Stc. Ocuevlcvo, Vlcksbutg.
l .lohn F. Tolle, St. I.ouls. ,
' James Howartl, Xcw Orleans.
" Fretl Wilson, New Orleans.
' (Ireyliounil anil tow, South.
" .lames I). Father, Clnclnnnti.
Steamer ,fas. Flsk, I'mlitcnh.
" .lames Howartl, St. I.ouls.
' Freil Wilson, Ohio river.
' Ste, Cicnevleve, St. I.otits.
" .lohn F. Tolle, Cincinnati.
" Coal Hill ami low, St. I.ouls.
' .lames D. l'arker, Memphis.
The elegant .lohn A. Scmhlcr, Capt.
Carter, Is iluo tor Xcw Orleans to-ilny.
Tho palatial anil fleet City of Helena
conies ilowu from St. I.ouls for Memphis
anil Vicksbttrg to-tbiy. Capt. Melun
Tho John I.. Ilhodcs is coming for
Louisville, Cincinnati, nml Pittsburg.
She Is iltte to-clny.
1 ho II. S. Turner wltli the orphan
boy troilillng tho ileck inajestlcally, left
I'lttsburg on Satitrilny for St. I.ouls.
Tho James Hownnl from New Or.
leans, nml the Sic. SQcnevleve from
Vicksbttrg, passed up with fair trips.
Tho Grey Hound arrived with an
empty tow from tho South.
The James D, l'arker had u fair trip
for Memphis and made somo additions
Thu James Flsk came down with a
good trip of tobaeeo anil other freight.
hho went back Willi an excursion party
and two hands of music from this city.
1 lie rrcd Wilson No. 2 passed Hp
from New Orleans for the Ohio.
I'liu John F. Tollo passed down with
gOOd trln nf frnlnlil. Slim nimtn .1.11.
tlons of considerable freight hero.
WANTED rw 'i"1" i etwiii in
Y ItniM, Prolilriit. II. Welti, Cnthlrr.
I'. .Netr, Vice I'res't. T. J, Krrtli, Asst. luh'r
rail tin but,
Corner Commercial A vs. and 8th Street,
K Itrons, Uilm. Wm. Kltuc, Culm.
I' .Strr, (.'iilni. Wm Wntm, Olm.
A . Siisankn, Cairn. It. I.. mtlliiKMcy.Mt l.ul.
f. Ilmlrr, Cslm. II. Welti, lxlni.
K, II. Ilrlnknun, M. Ijiils,
4'eiirtnl llnnklnir nuslnrso Done.
r"Knclianir old nml Imiijrlit Intfrest paid
n tin-Nullum tiri-nrtmrnt. (.ntlretiau niaile,
inil iillli'ilns iimnuilly ittlniitvil In.
City National Bank
W T HAI.MIIAV, I'n-slilcnt.
III'.NKV I,. ltAI.I.IDAY, MterrcM.
A. II. SAFFOItll, (Uahlcr.
WAI.TF.ll IIYSI.O!', Ass'lCaslilrr.
.Staat-i Tatloii. It. It. Ockisqiiau.
i.ii. illiauo. nTKrinut run,
A. II. SArrono
exchange, Coin and Unitod States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
.POSITS tecclvcil and a ftrneral b&n&tns
Enterprise Savings
A. II. SAFFUUI). rrvnidrnt.
.S. S. TAYLOIt, Vice I'rwldent.
Y. IIYSI.OI', Sec'viuUTrvMurtr.
J. 1. l'lllLLirn.
LXTKKKST iul,l nn tlejioiiita at the rote of a
per cent x r aiimiin. March lt ami Suptrm
H-r lft. Intcn-st not wllhilrawn U ail, led Inline
lintel y to tliu iirinctpal of the Ut'iiostta, thereby
iIvIiik them ('(iiimoiiuil iuterut.
Married Women and Children may
DcpoRit Money and no ono
oluo can draw it.
Open (very liunliieaiilay rromSu.m. to S p.m.
ii .Satnnluy nenlnga for savings itcjioalts only
rouifl to 8 o'clock.
W. HYBXOP. Trsasursr.
N"ew-York Stor
Qooda Sold Very Cloie.
Comer 10th St. nd Oommarolal At!
(Successor lo)
llcaltrs lu
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Papor, Window Glass, Win
aow Shades, Stc.
Always on hand, the cvlcbntol fllumlnfttln
Broaa' BuUdlmii
Corner Elsvanth Street nnd Wuhlac
ton Avenue
R. SMYTH 6c CO.,
Wholeaale and Kstall Ucaltn la
Forolffn and Doattio
No. 00 OWo Ltvtf.
-fUfESSRS. SaTTTH CO. hm asluU
SO. uv atock of Ui twit roaai uTttTsZaV
KtMlMveGUl HsMUgntolas witlgli
At the Hcixxtix Qtt(. Cilo, UllaoUi

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