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Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, Ualrn lot,
In exchange for St. Louli prorty.
The south halt oftho "I'llot" Iioumj nt
Cottage on Ninth Street, went of Wal
nut street, $13 CO.
Oottago on Fourteenth tnot, went
01 nasningion avenue, $ u
Saloon and llxtttrei, aouthwitt corn
or Klghtecnth street mid Coinmerctnl
nvenue, nt a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth Mrwt, wct of
(ointncrcLiI avenue, $10,
Dwelling noil) on ,'roi aiitrt, wen
of Waslilngton avenue.
Hin-lncM house on Lcvreitrwt, alwvc
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
ttrcct, near commercial avenue.
MtOre room on Commercial avenue,
next to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 rooms on Twenty-third
"treet, Good yard and cistern.
Uood dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twentyuteond and Twenty-tlird
f tritte. $10.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I'oplar HtrccU, $12 50.
Store room auJoliiIiir above,
House on Walnut utrect, near Center
tilcnsniit premise, $13 50.
House on Commercial nvenuc, near
llrth street. Suitable for business and
Tenements numbered ", 8 and
, Winter' Itow. S rooms each for $10
icr month. Will bo put In llnt-cl;in
Store room in "I'llot llouac," lately
occupied fcy A. Hal ley.
Dwelling 1ioii; on Sixth street am)
Jell'frson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and jiiwul
. Kent low, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a mouth.
Itooius In various part ot Die city.
FOIt I.KASK OH 8AI.K.
I.aniK In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
No. I l-aiiiidl-j .
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, I
tween Washington and Comnikrcial ave;
nne, has one of the lost conditctel laun
dry (Dtabllkhments In the city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llud It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are a follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 rents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single (,hlrt and collar, 15c; per
dozen, HOo; ock, 5c; two col lam, 5c;
two haudkerehlefs, 5c; vcU, 20c; audi
an gennemen's wear, n per dozen.
Indies plain calico dres.-es, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, Wta; white
drewes, $1 25c ; ladle-,' underware. fine
and coarse, $1 OU tier dozen. 1-23-tf.
Active men and wo.u.ni, to cell In
Southern Illinois and adjoining State,
.Montlguaul's Adjustable Souge Urusli
and .Mop Holder. It l an article requlr
ed In every hou.-cliolil, store and ofllco ;a
last selling article, ninll cmt, and a gen
teel biilncs, that pays well. For refer
encrnnd full parlli'idar', nddrc,
Ham., Wood & Lvov,
ir, South Water St. , Chicago, III.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tun Bullktix, unlos the
same is made on a written order signed
by the prcldcnl or secretary of the com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
Cairo Hoi.i.ktin Company.
November 10. 1S75. it
Skj: Koch. C. hoeli, at his shop and
More room, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
lias for sale a stock of booU and shoes, of
his own make ; alio a full stock of leather
and findings tor Kale; and a
large stock of St. Im'h cus
tom inuilu boots and shoes. He
keeps the best material and is up in all
the latest styles. His Ills are tiertcct, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Give him n
We havo no hesitation in saying that
the Charter Oak is the best arranged lor
burning any kind ot fuel of any tove
we have ever seen, and our customers
without a single exception, proclaim
them perfect in all their aiTangemenU,
and especially adapted to the soil coal cf
the Went. (IJ-S-ia-lt
Navv Time Hud Money.
The CaTro and Vincenues railroad lb
twelve hours shorter than other routu to
the Centennial. l'asscngcrs by this road
save sleeping car expcuncs by having
only one night's ride, leaving Cairo at 5
a. mT; take breakfast next morning at
Pittsburg, and supper at Philadelphia or
New York only thirty-seven hours out
from Cairo. Tickets tor sale by all
Wood t Wooil I
For sale at $1 50 per load. Stove wood,
sawed and split, $1 per cord. Four foot
wood, $3 50 per cord, delivered lu any
part ot the city. Ulg lot of stovo wood
on hand. Leave orders nt No, 31 Eighth
street, and they will receive prompt at
tention. D-lH-lm. F. W. Wakd.
I'hil Saup has renovated nnd refur
nished his Ice cream parlors throughout
with costly furniture and lluu carpet e,
making It una of tastiest and pleasuncst
places of resort lu the city, where pure
lea creams of all flavor nnd pure quality
will bo kept every day for Ids pntrone,
Washington avenue, lludcr's block.
Hibbons, fans and paraAols, latest styles
and lowest prices for sale at Burger &
Co's. Also an exquisite lot or cashmere
and ecru ties, lit the newest designs.
tMahiuere J-nreaftiiU NelllUK.
Cash mere lace and netting, n splendid
assortment, certain to plon?o the ladles,
Justin, at. J. Burger & Co. ' 3-21-tf
." - W dSlSiM w w
W e nrr authorised tn announce Joll.V II,
iiuin.?d. aa a cannula' ror nncnaor .iitx
amler county, at the enmtnK countr elect Ion.
We art aiithoriiol to announce that It. A. IM-
imimlion In an In'Ieixndein l(einlillciii rainll-ilateiorMit-iiff,
at the eneulnit countr tliitlun.
W are authoring tounnouncr I'KTKIISAttl',
lor an jniirniieni cnnui'iaie ior."i.enu hi ai
cianiltr county, nt Hie ensuing county election.
i.uiiiir,, mi, si,
Knight of I'ythlas, meets emj Kri
Ur night at hnlr-iwit men, in OiM'
t'ellows' Hall. Howe,
AI.KXANDKK I.OIX1K, NO. IM,
Imlnvnilrnt Onler lit Ulilrel
lows, niecta try Tliurnlar night
i Imlr-iiut Mtrn. In their nail on
m.M.iTcUl arcnue, belweru Bixin nno MteniD
nAIIt KNCAMI'MKNT, I O. O. K., mit
tyiuDiM-fi'llaWd' Hall on I he first ami third
lueU) In etery month, at hair-pnot een
.iKoll OlIMKAM, CI'
A UAIItOI.OrTuE.NO.ZI7,A.r. A.M.
HoM regular entniiiunlcatlona In Ma
aonlc Hall, comer Commercial avrnnr
, anl Klghtli ilrttt, on the lecoml ami
onrth Momlar of each month.
KATKM Or AnVKKTINIXU.
0AI1 lillla for altcrtliing, arc due and pay
able IX AUVAMCB
Transient alvcrlliliig will belnterleJ at tbtr
rate of II 0 ier'jtuire fur the drat InM-rllon
and 'J cenU for each nilniiiurnt one A II Ural
dlMViunt will lie made on atandlng anddld
For Inserting Funeral nolicu tl Notice of
m:ting of iocletli-s or secret orders M centa for
Church, tycietr, Keatlfal and SUr noticca
'II only he inserted aa advtrtUementa
No adTertlMUirnt will be recelrol at leas than
Hi cents, and no anrertiseinent will be iutrtl
for leas than three dollars per mouth
Local Bualnesa Votlcaa, of
ten llneaor more, Inaartad
in tha Bulletin u followa :
Comimacca Counting at ten Z-lnaa.
One inaertlon per line. A Centa
Two Inaarttona per line 7 Centa
Three lnaerttona per linn 10 Centa
Six lnaertiona per line IS Centa
Two weeka per line .. 86 CenU
Ono tnooth per line ..3S CenU
No Reduction will be made In above
St NDAV. MAY II, 1870.
l.oral Wmltier Readers.
Caiao, III., May 11, lilt.
Tim Wind. I VaL. I Wkatii.
no 2i 1 1
n I Cloudy
frrgeant. Signal Service, U.S.A.
Stock of Dry Goods at very low prices
5-M.ltn. C. Haxw'h.
Nothing has been done in the jKiiIet-
courts for several days.
Harry Roblnaon'e alnalrela.
llarrv HnVklncnua mttiatenla fir,, Itlltmt
to appear In thU city on the 22d lti't.
I.argi- itocl; ot Carpet i offering very
dicapnt 5-1 Mm. (MIaxnv's.
Chris Hnnny has a full toek ot the
celebrated llazaar I'atteru. Then- are
pronounced by all who havo tried them
to bo the very bet In u-e. .VI -Mm
'J'he Turners are making all necessary
preparations for their ple-nie, to be held
on Sunday. 2ih of the Drefent mouth.
It Is proposed to make this the plc-nlc of
the seasou. Kverybody should go.
For the place to buy lumber cheaply,
go to J. S. McGahey, comer of Twcn
tletlijitreeiand Washington avenue, where
he is locating hU new lumber yards, and
U now prepared to fiiriii.-li all kinds of
building material. 5-1 Mm
An imiiiciliatc settlement of nil ac
counts due the llrm ot Stuart & Gholsou
is demanded. All bills not paid on or
belore .lunc 1st, -vv 11 1 be placed for col
lection. Sll'AUT it Ghoi.son.
5-1 M w. J
OrirmiM for Nitle.
Any unit wishing to purchase an organ
will do well by calling at K. & W.
lludcr's, as they Intend to close out their
Mock in that line anil will maku llgures
lower than they have ever been sold for
before. 5-1 Mt,
Boot; and Nlmea.
Large stock of I .allies, and Childreus,
Hoots and Shoes at low prices, at
5-1 Mm. C. Hanny's,
Within the past four or live day, u
number of eows have died lu various
parts of the city, from eating some kind
of a weed, that springs up from places
where the slpe water has laid. It will be
well, lu consideration ot this fact, for
those people who allow their cows to run
about, to keep them stabled lor the pres
ent. TUe I'lfirr,
For a elea.t shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough Miampoo, go to l.
George Slcliihou.e on Kighth street,
Alexander County Hank building. Ills
shop Is always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assistants nlwny polite, and
his tables covered with tho latest dally
papers, for the benelltof Ids customerx,
Bane Hall, k
We are told that thu Trimble base hall
club ol l'aducah, who defeated the
players of this city so badly last Tuesday,
will pay Cairn a visit for the purpose of
giving our boys a elianco t get even
next Saturday. The Trimbles are said
to bo a strong team, and it will become
the Calf o boys to select a nine who can
give them aeloie wrestle, If they do not
Nlrnrlt ly Mchlnlnr.
During the storm nt yesterday morn
ing the novelty Iron store off. It. Wood
ward, Ohio levee, was struck " by light
ning, and about three feet nt the north
east coi ner of Hie building was knocked
oil. The bricks were Hiatlenil In every
direction, nnd the shock was pretty
heavy. Tho entire force ot employes
of the establishment were in the building
at work, but no Injury was done
any one. The thunder and light
ning accompanying the storm was very
On Thursday night thieves elleeted an
entrance Into the residence of Mr. Stifle,
on Sixth street nnd Washington avenue,
by raising a window In the rear part of
the Iiousp. They proceeded to the room
occupied by Mr. Steele, and after rilling
his pockets of all they contained, about
$15 in money nnd a watch nnd chain, left
without marching nny further. Al
though there were several ladles and gen
tlemen in the house, no other room was
entered, which shows tho thieves must
have been seared off before their work
was completed. We may look for more
of this kind ol work now, with our dimin
ished police force, and our citizens should
be on their guard.
At 1'atil 11. Sahuh's you will llnd
thu Hoyal cigar. If
Tho streets are being Improved lu a
very satisfactory way by superintendent
Stuart & Gholi-ou are oll'crlngau ele
gant line of ladles' and children's cus
tom shoes, at a reduction of 20 per cent,
from former price. It.
The favorite "K. U." (Kureka) cigar
full stock, at Paul H. Sehtth's, Commer
cial avenue. jf
There will bo thu usual servlcei at
the places of religious worship this
morning and evening.
One hundred pieces of new and
choice calicoes at Stuart & Gholou's,
-Monday morning. It.
At I'aul H. ScliHh's the Golden
Huckle, Hoynl. and "K. It." (Knrcka) ci
gars, full stock. tf
Now- that the National Hand Incom
pleted its engagement with the Taylor
Literary club, we presume they will re
sume their share ot open nlr concerts.
At lea si we hope so.
The rush for cheap drv goods at
Stuart & Gholson's fctlll continues. Do
not delay your purchases, as the stock
must lie closed out In sixty dayj. It.
The Taylor Literary club has been
urged to give a performance lu Joiies
boro. Their performance nt ttie Athc
neum was certainly one of the best that
hat been seen in this city, either by pro
fessional troupes or home people, for
tnany a day, and the people ot .Tones
boroand Anna would be delighted were
the hoys to pay them a visit.
An ellegant line ot ladies' and gents'
collars nnd cuirs, ties, handkerchiefs,
hosiery, gloves, etc., at llrst cost. Now
Is the time to secure these goods at the
lowcf t prices ever heard ot.
It. SlUAItT Jl GliOLbO.V.
The audience that attended the per
formance of the Taylor Literary club at
the Atheneuin, was one of the largest,
and certainly one ot the most fashionable
that ever assembled to witness an enter
tainment in this city.
The Golden Huckle cigar, at Paul H.
Scliuli'i, Commercial avenue. tf.
When will the mayor call a meeting
of the delegates appointed to confer with
the various societies ot the city ? The
work before our people for the celebra
tion of the coming Fourth of July 1
small task, and the sooner they set about
It the better. Let his honor call his assis
tants together, nnd let everobody help
in the preparation.
Special bargains In bleached and
brown cottons at Stuart & GhoUon's. It
A Virion lliu key.
Seveial years ago a negro wa.s sen
tenced to the cnltcutlary from Charles
ton, Mo., and his better hall thinking
that divorced .her from her recreant
t-poii'iC, entered into a matrimonial part
nership with a colored individual from
Cairo ; and a short time niter a man by
the name of leo c-.imc to Cairo and hired
thu woman to go ami cook for hint on hit
farm near Charleston. Finally darkcy
No. 1 ecrved his time out at Jeflcrsou
City ami returned to the scenes of liU
former exploits to llnd his wiiu tho part
ner ot another. Thu green-eyed monster
immediately took posesion of him, and
lie procured a shotgun and .started to
Charleston with the Intention of putting
the whole crowd, Including his former
wife, out of this world of care. Mr.
Lee hearing of this had a warrant sworn
out for the gentleman, and otartcd Mar
shal Ivccsce of Charlseton, alter him. Af
ter an exciting chase Mr. Kceseo arrived
hero Friday about midnight having
crossed from (Ircciitlcld's in a skill, only
to find thu bird llown. Ho left a descrip
tion of the would-be Mayer with the olll-
cers here, however, and if ho makes his
appearance he will be kindly cared for.
Crnleuiilnl Iteer Unit-Our Knlooii.
Fred llolhelnz has newly Utted nphls
place in the most beautiful and magnifi
cent style, nnd Is tho handiest and coolest,
place in the city tor eomfort in warm
weatlicr. He has also a private room for
ladles, separate from thu bar room, and
will try to inaku It as comfortable for hi
customers as possible, and wilj
try to treat everybody with re
spect. He will also have on hand tho
best brands ol clgnrs; liquors nud wines,
and other cool' drinks which the Centen
nial times require, lie will also havo
lunch at all hours day and night, and a
big Centennial keg of lager beer alwnya
on tap, cool nnd creamy, which can't
be beat in ( 'nlro. Ho will luvo on hand
In the restaurant line Swhs ciumse, Llm
bcrgcr cheese, hand cheese, halo herring,
sardines, sardelles, nuchavges, cavlre.
pigs' feet, sour tongue, pickled tongue,
pickled eels, sandwiches, and all other ed
ibles In the market. Como and give hliu
STRAWBERRIES AND ICE CREAM
Mrnud reatlvnl, Mny II. IHTfl. nl Win
ler'M Mark-MI'" Hie l.nille r
I lie Enleropitl Oniirrli
Ico Cream, Strawberries, Lemonade.
A splendid supper at 0 o'clock. Flo wery
Fancy Articles, Music. A cordial Invi
tation extended to all. The proceeds ot
this festival will be devoted to painting
I'rlnts and Mii'llmi still cheaper at
iVll-lm. C. IIasxv'b.
The EntertMliiwrnt IVIda) .MKtil.
Again tlio Taylor Literary Club Min
strel Troupe hare coTercd themselves
with glory. They were greeted at the
Athcueum on Friday night by one of
the largest, and without doubt the most
fashionable and high-toned audiences
that ever attended any performance given
in this city, and they should feel highly
Haltered. Thu entertainment from the
beginning to the close was excellent.
Wc do not overestimate the ability
ol the members of the society
when we insert that there are lew pro
fessional troups who surpau them. Thu
"maku up" of the gentlemen lu the cir
cle was extremely neat and appro
priate, and shouts of applause greeted
I hem as tlrey took their scats. The
songs and iokes are all fresh and very
funny, and were heartily enjoyed. We
shall not hpeclfy. ae!i and every man
was thorough in his part, nud each lu
turn took the audience by surprise.
There were none present who anticipated
hall so good a display of genuine Ethi
opian talent. The programme was an
unusually good one, and the specialties
as rendered were line. As Is well under
stood by nil people who liavu any experi
ence in the show bit'lness; the great
secret of success in any act Is to know
what Is required in the way of costume.
On this we compliment the boys. They
looked their character, In the first place,
and In the second place, they executed
them to perfection.
Linen Damask Napkins and Towel
lugs offering at reduced prices at
MM in. C. llA.v.vv'r.
Services will lie conducted at the
I'resbyterian church, Eighth street be
tween Washington nvenue and Walnut
street, at the usual hours to-day, by thu
pastor, Rev. H. Y. George. The public
is Invited to attend. Sunday wchool nt
At the Methodl't church, corner ot
Kighth ami Walnut streets, the Rev. J.
D. Gillhaui will conduct services nt the
usual hours. 'All are Invited to attend.
The Rev. Mr. Ochlert, will conduct
services at the German Lutheran church'
Thirteenth street, between Washington
avenue and Walnut street, this morning
at 10 o'clock. The public Is Invited to at
tend. There Wilt tie ttie Usual .-enlcesnt
the Church of the Redeemer, Four
teenth street.between Washington avenue
and Walnut street, tliN morning and
evening, conducted by tho Rev. Charles
A. Gilbert. The subject of the evening
sermon will be "Slander.'' Sundav
school at three o'oclock. A cordial invi
tation Is extended to the public.
George Corlls of Metropolis is in tho
Mr. George Lounsberry returned from
Captain Hill Ilamblcton of Mound
City, was in the city yesterday.
Rev. Robt. Allyn, president of the
Southern Illinois Normal University nt
Carbondale, was in tho city yesterday.
Mrs. Captain Stlnson of Anna, who
has been at the residence ol Capt. John
it. l'hillis lor the past week, returned to
her home yesterday alternoon.
-Mr. H. H. Candeu and -Mr. 1 W.
llarelay of this city are getting ready to
depart for 1'hiladclphia. They start
about the 22 instaut.
.Mr. Charley Kyle, formerly of this
city, who Is now. with thu Excelsior
Manufacturing Company, is among us
again lor a short time. He is looking ex
Dr. Dunning returned from Colum
bus, Mississippi, where ho went to attend
the annual conclave of the Grand Commander-of
the Knights Templar of that
State, on Friday.
Ilitrgnliia for IIiIh Week.
1 will sell the following goods for one
half their actual value. I havo Just pur
chased and received ulargu assortment of
seasonable) goods at a bankrupt sale, and
to havo them go off rapidly I will sell
them for less than manufacturer' prices.
Tho stock consists of the following de
sirable goods :
Ladles' Slippers and Newport Ties;
Ladies' Side Lace Kid Gaiters;
Ladles' Side J.ucu Cloth Gaiters;
Men's Calf Congress and Broadway
A Full Assortment ot Dress Goods;
Now Styles Calico ;
ami n large assortment of Hamburg Edg
Melt's and Hoy's Clothing, Astonish
Mens' White and Colored Shirts.
1 respectfully Invite tha public to come
and examine for themselves, as it is im
possible to describe them. Come early
if you want bargains, as they will go oil
lively. Dan. Haiitman,
Cor. Sixth and Commmerclal avenue.
Piittcrua for tho I.iitlU'.
Just received u large assortment rf
Bazaar Globe, Fitting Patterns, thu btut
fitting, at 5-H-lui. C. Haxnv'h
Ucuta' t'lirnlaliltiir CJiioiIn.
.1. llurgcr A Co., linv ndded to their
stock lids spring onu of the lluest feteo
lions ol gents' furnishing gooda ever
brought to LbU city. Gentlemen ant in
vited to call and examine gooda IWbre
Thlity tliouand Tit received at the
Kill Mlit Pi.
Fresh arrival ol a very largu aisort
mcnt of ladies' nud gent' kid gloves at
J Hurger & Co. :i.21.tl
Linen llbre, plate llnlsh, letter and note
paKjr at the Hv i.m:tin oftlce. illltieaml
cream laid, below St Louis prices'. '
. i , i
A beautiful line of new cmbrofdeflcs
Jut received by the recognized "embroid
ery house" ofCalr,o .1. llurgcr & Co.
Tin Centennial Refrigerator tho latest
improvement nt.d the best ever made,
ido a line assortment of hardware and
cutlery at greatly reduced pilces, at A.
llalleys. No. 115 Commercial avenue.
Nulla I .! t
Ladles' llncn'rind nlpaca" suits, licautl
lully made nnd stylishly trimmed, for
sale at J. llurgcr & Co'?. These ulu
are selling as low as material can lw
bought lu this city. Call and see them?
llurgcr it Co. have ubeaiitirul assort
ment of dress goods ot all kinds, ami
silk", summer silks us low as sixty cents
jieryard. These are splendid bargains.
Call nud sec them before the rush.
Mrs. Stewart, having moved to thu
largu frame 'house nt the comer of Sev
enth etrcet and Washington avenue, will
board and lodge good reliable persons,
at $'J0 per month. Rooms largu and
I have just received ten head of horses.
Anybody wishing a good and cheap
horso call and sec them. u. IIautman.
iVO-tl Cor. 6th and Commercial Ave.
Mollee to Mhlier.
I expect to be away from the city for
some time, and during my absence, .Mr.
W. G Robblus U duly authorized to rep-
resent me as agent of the "Key Line."
VKMw. W. I Witinui'.
May 10th, lWd.
The undersigned Is prepared to pump
out and repair citerns or build new- ones
on short notice nnd at satisfactory prices.
J. S. Hawkins,
23 and 'J I Cedar street, l'ostollloe box
Do you know- that J. Hurger it Co. are
In receipt of a magnificent lino of carpets
and oil clothes, all the very latest styles
ami designs? The llrst arrival of the sea
son. Stop In and examine their stock.
Ho lite rnrultliltig Gnaila.
This department at J. llurgcr & Co.'s
store on Commercial nvenue. contains a
stock of table linens, towels, napkin",
marscllle quilts, etc., etc., which will dc
light the eye of every housekeeper
These gooils arc ollered at panic prices
and will go oll'lilcc hot cakes.
Lancvter it Rice have Just received
1(10,000 pine shingles from the Michigan
pineries; also 100,000 cypress shingles
nnd all kinds of doors, ."ash, dressed
lumber and building material nil tor
sale very low. Yard and olllce, cornor
of Sixteenth street and Commercial ave
New" Clear Store.
Paul Schtili, at his cigar store, on Com
merclal nvenue. has Just received it full
line ol the lollowlug brands of clgarsi
which are going oiVIlke "hot cakes:"
"Flor Del Funur,"
These are all ilrst-class cigars, and
sniokars may be sure they nro all they
are represented to be. Call nud see them.
The following i-i a list of letters ju
luaining uncalled for in the post olllce at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Satur
day, May 18 :
Ladles Rates, Sarah; Garret, "Alice ;
Illnlon, Emma ; Harris, Roscna; House
man, llirdiu; Kelsey. Laura A.; Lane,
Ellen; McCormlck, M.; Philips, Adiu;
Rcscker, S. A.; Smith, Maria; Thomp
son, Nannie; Thomas Lachel .1.
Gents Arnold, S.; Ulakcly it Hillcr
maii ; Hurr, John; Bradley Johu; Car
ter, Pleasant; Emerson, J. M.; Flold,
William; Greenwood, Alex; Gard
ner, Ed,; Graves, H. 11.; Her, Parker ;
Haskcl, B.; Hodge, Anthony; Henry, D.
T.; Howell, S. H.; Johnson, J. R.; King,
Johu 11.; Kinlda, John; Moiison, Geo.;
Mayon, Dr. I).; Ncal, L. M.;
Overton Hlch'd.; Priicss, John "J;
Rusk, David; Scholleld, C. A.; Scott, E'
H.; Schoolcraft, John; Splcer, Lawrence:
Thotnas.'Clias.; Turner, Samuel; Webb,
Henry; White, John; Wagner, Ed; War
Persons desiring any of the above let
ters should please say "Advertised."
Jusr Rkceivkd' A. Halley has Just
received a lino lot of canary and mock-
Iiil' blnl caires. llower stands, tlower
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts and
wreathes, which he has marked very low,
stt 110 Commercial avenue. 2-18-Hm.
Somkihinu Nkw. Thu lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
the latest and the best ever made, at A.
Hallcy's, who Is now selling his large
utock ol stoves, tin nnd brltlnna ware K
sm-utly reduced piicer. Uu him a call
beloru you purchase, 115 Commercial av
A. Hali.kv. A llnelot of tablu and
pocket cutlery, 1 nlsospadw; j shovels
hoes, rakei, fork,uiea awtla general lino
of hardware Just received by A. Halley,
. nt inter n unuery.
JOHN Q. HABMAN CO,
30RVKYANCIBS, NOT ABIES PUBLIC
Land AarenU of the Hllnola Onntral and
Aiuru&eTtoa.aHBa Maine r m. it,
, OoaBramlea), .
Buslne? House lately decupled by
Wood iilttenhouoe & Co.. on Levee be
low 1 llh street. Rent very reasonable.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, In good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut streets. Rent low to
n good tenant.
Two tenements on west side of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, suitable
for Shop and dwelling. Rent for each, $8
Dwelling house, 5 rooms, on Fifth
street near Walnut, lu good repair. Rent
$12.50 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twcnty-llrst street, near Sycamore-
north side. Kent $3, er month.
Two small houses, northwest corner
I Ittecntli nud Popular. Relit low.
Basement of brlrl; building, west side
of Washington nvenue near Eighteenth
street, live loom? lu good condition!
Building on eat side of Cominercia
avenue, near 'J'unlh street, suitable tor
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Building on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twciltli street, Old "City
Hall." Rent very low.
Tenements, ollices and rooms In vari
ous lacations. Rents low.
Lots and lands for sale or lease.
John Q. Hakma.v it Co.,
Real Estate Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. IMVtf
An elegant line of cnssimiTS at ifirst
cot, nt Stuart it Gholson's.
On and alter this date C. W. Wheeler
it Co. will offer cord wood at $3 M per
cord ; same sawed and split, $5 00 ; sin
gle loads $1 75 per load. Strictly cash.
White goods and linens. Including all
kinds of. whlto wear for .suits for ladles
nnd children, at Burger & Co's. The
prices of these goods are extremely low,
and the stock is a mott attractive one.
ja or tux
colored and varnished, .for sale nt half
price (2.50) at the Hum.ktin olllce.
.May 13. .M7U
lOW WATEIl. CIIAJIUK.
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Cairu. Tl I" S0
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l.oulr IIU-.. - .s r, 0 I
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Vlcktliurn U g AO I
'New Orlearn lu A I
lletow High water nf 1ST!.
Eew'anJSIcniU frvli'e, I'.S. A.
Steamer .las. Flsk. Padueali.
" John A. Wood, tow, N. O.
" Mountain Oak, tow, Ohio river.
" Cons Millar, Cincinnati.
Pat Cleburne, Evansvllle.
" H. S. Turner, Pittsburg.
Ironsides, barges, I'ittsburg.
" 5te. Genevieve, St. Louis.
Steamer Jas. Fisk, Padiicidi.
T.T. Hlllman, Nashville.
" Ste. Genevieve, Vlcksburg.
" John A. IVood, tow.Ohlo river.
Coal Hill, tow, St. Louis.
" Mountain Oak, tow, South.
" Cons Millar, Memphis.
" Put Cleburne, Evansville.
H. S. Turner, St. Louis.
Tho U.S. Turner passed down yes
terday afternoon. Shu had uhlgtripof
freight, and was towing the bargu Lu
zerne from Pittsburg for St. Louis.
Tliu Pat Cleburne camu down . from
Evansville unusually light. Sliu went back
with a very slim cm go.
Thu John A. Wood passed up fiotu
New Orleans for Pittsburg with a low of
empty coal barges.
The James Fi-U brought a fair trip
The Mountain Oak passed down
Irom tho Ohio river with a tow of coal
The Coal Hill went to St;. Louis with
a tow ol eual anil coak.
The Cons Millar passed down with
a very slim cargo for, Memphis. Shu gut
no freight hero.
The Ironsides and barges came in
with n big tow. She put oil' nbout 45
tuns here, Including 500 kegs ot spikes.
She has a lot of Iron for thu Mississippi
Central railroad, and also several barges
of iron lor St. Louis.
The Ste. Genevieve came down from
St, Louis with 800 tons for Memphis nud
Vlcksburg. Shu uiadu sumu additions
here nud passed on for her destination.
Ttie llctn:riM prluthiK
eatalillalitui'Ut uak(S n
specialty uf Hill Uewla,
Noli) 1 lewis, Ixttir Heads,
.statements, Canli, Klc Look at these prices:
rluiiUl Ue 1)111 bcutls, I'tr 1UCU......... au tu
Medium alio bill lirails, h.t liiounainl a T&
All on ruurlti-n puuud pajwr, CurlUlc tutlli,
uiul urn eeuta nr pouml biuher tUuu pxrr
lueil by auy other uOlcc-raletl to onler ut Hie
mills cswcilly lui' this olllce
HUitunenU, Curlytle, nr lui .. J (J
Latter Head, Curlyslu, wr USM U
Nnle lleoils, Carlyala, wr HW0 .j 3 w
Businca rants, Xo, la-ply Bristol bmml,
iwr loou...... to i u
IIusIdiws canla, No I bluak, to It , 3 w
Oiuirter-slieet. half abaitt, ftlil-sheet ana lliree
ahcetpoakra, an culorwlwork l!" MUlt
l-aJupbUt. Book Work aad l'rlce IJati table
WANTD?LWe "'" to rstaMMi tit
Hie sale of a taple article In tl, rjrocrti line.
AnenrrKrtiRitiaa with little rmiiltal aaar make
i(Mj to a V nnnnallr. Voi imrtJcuUra aU -Irrss
the (iltKKNWICn M ANUl'AClTJRUtG
t.o.,7aileaiaatrwt N. Y. 4 ''at.
WHOLESALE AKD KXTAtX.
UT THE CITY.
Gooda Sold Very Ooie.
Corner 10th St. and 'Oommnrclal At,
C. O. PATIER k CO.
Blake A Co.
B. F. PARKER,
faints, Oils, Varnislie,
Vail Papor, Window Olaif , Win
dow Shades, ko.
Always on hand, Uie nlebratwl llluialaatln
BroaiaB' , ButldlaR,
Corner Eleventh Street and Waaklav
R. SMYTH Sc OO
Wliolla and Uctall Ucultr la
Foreign and Doamectio
M 8 OF A 1,1. KINMt
No. 60 Ohtb Levee.
MESSUT. SMVTH A CO. have coaitantly
a larire stock of the beat irood. In iu mar
ket, and gho especial attenUon to I he boleiale
ranch of the business.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENX3 AUKHICAN FOWOEk OO
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
BOAT STORES, 1
No. 78 OHIO ZsTEJB. :
SI'KCIAL uttentiei ltcu toconsIgnmeaU ti
C. N. HUGHES,
Otir atathuM tThl'i.
NOSK but First-Claaa Companies lepra
73 OHIO IiEVEE,
City National Bask Building, up tain.
7ha Oldeat EeUbUahed Aarenoy in Soml i
era IlUaoia, (apreaeatlua; ova
65 OOO 000
O'CALLAHAN ft HALL,
Rooflug and QuttorUg fs.l9MlKy
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