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Real Estate Column
Alexander comity lands, Cairn lott,
in exchange for St.-Louis protierfy.
Tho south litill of the "I'llot" hou-e nt
Cottage on Ninth tftrcct, wet of Wal
nut street, $12 GO.
Cottage on Fourteenth slru-t, writ
nf Waililngttjii avenue, $1 1
Saloon and llxtures, southwest corn
T Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west or
Commercial avenue, $1u.
Dwelling hotiM on OrOM ttieet, w e
of Wjujhlngton avenue.
BtuineM homo on Levee street, above
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
liret, near Commercial avenue.
More room on Commercial
jcxt to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 rooms on Twenty-thin
itreel, $0. Good yard and cittern.
(Jowl dwelling home on Walnut, lo
tween Twenty-second and Twcnty-th'.rd
Storc-rooni comer Twentieth and
Poplar street, $12 GO.
Store room adjoining almc, $8.
House on Walnut ttrect.near O uter
pleasant premises, $12 .
House on Commercial avenue, near
IMh street. Suitable for business and
1 welling, $10.
Tenement numbered 7, 8 and
winter a Ilow. 5 rooma each for $10
l:r month. Will be put In llr.t-olass
Store room In "Pilot House'' lately
occupied Wy A. llalley.
Dwelling hoiiKe on Sixtli ttrect and
Jefferson avenuo $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Rent low, to a good ten wit.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
n uhingtoa avenue, $12 a month.
Booms la various parts ol the city.
ii.Vi.iw"Jl,,n4r,L.,f' "''' JOHN, it,
imrrroDniy, m iftf rontlnr county rlo-llon.
We arenuthorlH loaiiiiounrr Hut It. A. Kt
lliilimsnii Is an liulmrtiriint Itri.alillnn n.ll
ilstelorMiiilir, t the mining count-flection.
Wo are alltllftrlM-,1 tnmimtin-j lili'TKII M A
.... .ii.irpriiurni raniiiuBie lor menu or At-
runurrcoiinty, hi me initiinK county flection.
mi nt int.
I'tliilsnnl AntOins ttui chtnucriit
&-i4-lm. t c. Haxn'v's,
Uoiu Pedro, it Is raid, will puts this
port on the ruinous steamer Grand Ke-
puouc lo-uay, en route to New Orleans
Much I)aiu.ik Nankins nnd Towel
ing offering at rrdtiecd prices at
f-ll-lm. C. Havw'h.
WMlt WmiI 1 1
(lii and niter this date . W. Wheeler
A Co. will oiler cord wooil nt $:i WtHrr
KnllitsofI'ilil,nitUemy frl- cord; name sawed and split, $5 00; gm-
ttuows' Jlaii. llo, " ' " l 1 "" nmciiy own.
Chancellor LorunuuiileT. tVIl-fti
AHCALON LODUK, MO. At.
A TEflRIILE DISASTER
The Steamer Pat Cleburne Blown
A LAltOK IXOf KMOlf PAltTY A10AKD
ime TIM r xms DISASTKK.
Tfclrlraii Pentkmn lirl.,i
mm I'lrterii Wnuiiilni,
kawritsttwn tht rises of ths Awful .lcn.
ii AI.E1AN1JKK I.UIJUE. ISI.F.
h lndr)olent Onlir of OM-Kel-lIaf
town, meets every TburwUT night
easiBW at hair-taut Men. In the r hi II on I i ... ... ,,. . . '
tDmrr.Ul anK-, between elxth ami Ktrentli "uuim street and ttasiilngtnn
on Tenth street, south s'de,
CilAI I.AUS, X 11
AtllO KNCAMPMKNT, I. O. O. P., tnn-U
Jln Od'l-relluws' Hall on tli Brit and third
iiiouay lu every moutn, al hair.iaal seven
JWU 11 UoMMAM, C I
CAIHOI.OOOK. NO. 237, A. r. A A. M.
llolil rra-ular cunimunlcaUnaa In lla-
onlc Hall, mmer Commen:lal arcane
ana Ktffhth atrcl. nn the aeiiul ami
onnn Monnar or ear monui.
avei , will to. let luitll 1st or November.
to a good tenant. Innmro at IIi i i ktis
ofllce. K. A. Hi;iini:tt.
We understand that the Odd Fellows or
this city will Indulge lu an Ice cream and
strawberry reitlval some evening during
next week. It Is to be colored by the
a leellng or sorrow was spread over
this city ypstcrduy afternoon by the
receipt ol a Jnpmber of (dlspatekea an
noiiiiclng the ttrrlblo exploMon or the
hollers of the steamer Pat Cleburne, nt
anawneetown, on Vcune.day night.
inirtecn persons were reported killed
aim tirteen hatlly wounded. Cantalu
Dick Fowler, w ell known to nearly every- aml John Colter larceny..
ixxiy in mis city, was oiown from
Tlio Urnn-J .Inrj.
The grand jury will probably be d!s
charged llilj afternoon.
Several Important cases Wire presented
but olng to tho ract witnesses are hard to
llnd, and as another grand Jury will be
convened In a rew inorjUn, several others
win tie passed lor ttie time lclng.
The followlngbllU have jwen ryljtr.tif.l
The 'Pli v. (jeorge Haxtcil4iiir
Same vs. George ltaxter larceny;
Hnme vti Jon Topping Aault to mur
Same vs. .lolui McCarthy murder.
aatnovs. .loliu lloralgon asoanlt to
Same vs. Molllc llalley larceny.
Same v. .lames W. Geary larceny.
Samo vs. Alex. Iloon and Anderson
Same vs. James Williams, John Allen
" ! . . Odd Fellows and their fiiuilllcs only.
CfAll bills for advertlstnf , are due and iy
able in SOVAMCB
Transient adverlltlnjc will be Inrerted at th
rate of 1 0 ,r xiuare for the flrat lnerliun
and y crnti for each iu!j-ueiit one A liberal
illMMUntwllI Iwtnaile on tUndlnif anddlifd
For liuertlnK funeral notice It ) Notice ol
mettlnc ofiocletlm or secret orders 'M cents for
Churrii, Society, festival anil Zuiit notices
will only u instrted as BltertUeiucnU
No ailvertlxoient will be received at lest than
to cents, and no advertisement will I Inserted
for lei than three dollars per month
A Urnutl Knereaa.
The Charter Oak stovo lu our kitchen
Ii a grand success, the best stove we have
ever ued, and we cheerfully recommend
it wltli a clear onfcletioe. knowlnir wn
do our friends and neighbors a layor who
are looking ror a llrtt-class stove.
. Local Buainaaa Hottcaa, of
m, una ot mora, Inaartod
is iot Jtuuatin aa follow !
The laundry or Mrs. Lettle Coleman
loesi.one of Hi popularity. Her prices
and her work p)ea Iter patrons, and
herlUt of cuttotners gets larger every
week. Head her advertisement In an
FOB LKASK OK SAI.K.
Inds. In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
atuie'Jhalla saloon, opjKlte the llri.-
I.KT1N orflce, tr
Vlvstn StaUstlor Beer
at the Thalia saloon, opposite the Hur.
tin ofllce. tr
The undersigned is prepared to pump
out and repair cisterns or build new ones
on short notice and at satisfactory prices
J. S. Hawkins,
M ami Uedar streets. rottoflUv Itox
Ski: Koch C. Koch, at his shop and
storeroom, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has Tor sale a stock of boots and tuocs of
Ms own make ; alto a full etock of leather
and findings lor sale; and a
large stock of St. l.ou's cus
tom made boots and shoes. He
kcepx the best material and is up in all
the latot styles. Ills fits are iH-rfeet, and
-atiifrtcllon U guaranteed. Olve him a
r,Nt Buuk Amenta
anted lu llllnlos tor the new lllu
trutcd ThMIe IMlllon or Sir Walter
Scott's Waverly novel and other popu
lar publication". Liberal lmliirement to
good agents. Send lor circular and
terms to W. II. Kastwn .t Co.. 12.. Clark
street, Koom 7!', Chicago. l-'.,7-eo.l-lm-
U ustsl I Wuoil !
For sale nt ?1 ) per load. Stove wood,
sawed and split, $1 r cord. Four root
wood, $) W) Kr cord, delivered In any
partot the city. g lot of etove woo.l
on hand, l-avc orders at No. :t Kijthlh
street, and thny will receive prompt at
tention. M:Hm. F. W. Wakii.
We will pay no bills contractetl by any
employe or Thk Uiilliiti.v, unless tho
name Is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany, nnd we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
Cairo Uullktin Cow-any.
November 10. 187). it
A No. I Ijtnisslrjr.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
Ihtt laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
l ween Washington and Commercial avp;
nues, has one or tho best conducted laun
dry establishments In the city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llnd It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
;imi ooaruiiig-nouse washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices arc as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 16c; per
tloen, W)c; socks, Be; two collars, 5c;
two handkerchiefs, So; vests, UOo; and
. all gentlemen's wear, 80e. per dozen.
Indies plain calico dresses, 23c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 2.c ; ladlea' uudcrware, fine
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-ti.
Commsncs Counting" at tan Unas.
On lnaartion par lis S Cant
Two lnaartlonapar line,.-... . 7 OanU
ThrM lntvartlon par Una..... ...... 10 Cant
Sis lnaartlona par Una IS OanU
Two weeks par Una . as Oanta
On month par Una 3S Oanta
Jfo Reduction will ba mad la a bora
FHIDAV, MAV 19, 1870.
I -oral WessUsar Kafiort.
Caiko, III.. May 18, 17.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, la open to
the public. Tin; bar it supplied with
pure wines, choice Honors and the finest
brands of cigars.
t-25-tr A. Knot's, Proprietor.
TIME 'llAII. Tna. I Wnro. '
li m um. it j j k i
1 .HI Ct I M I 5 I
3;C," .HJ.Oll ) Hl ! a i
J A MILS WATSON.
Serjeant, Signal Service, I'. S.A.
Stock or Dry OckxI.s at very low prices
at .VU-lui. c. Ha.nxv'8.
Ijirge stock ot Carpeti offering very
eiieapal f-H-lm. C. IlAXNv'a.
I'altarna fur the Ijtslle,
lust rccciveil a large assortment of
llaraar (Jlole Fitting Patterns, the lest
lilting lu m-c, atlm. Q. Hax.wV
I.Inen (Hire, plate llnl-h. letter and note
pajerat the Hl'i.i.kii.v olllce. Uliie and
ereaiu laid, below St. I.ottls prlets.
An iiiitnciliate settlement or all ae-
counts due the llrm ol Stuart A GhnUon
! , .1. 1.1 .linn. . . .
is iitiiiamicu. aiioiiisnot nam on or
before .lime let, will Imj platrd lor col
left Ion. Stiaiit , Giioi.son.
5. 1 J-1 w.
.M'sr ItKcnivmc A. llalley ha Just
received a Hue lot or canary ami mock
ing bird cages, ilower stands, tlower
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts and
wrcathe, which ho hat marked very low,
i i i.i vuiiiiiii'mai avenue. 2-is-;iin.
Mrs. Stewart, having moved to the
large frame "lionsti nt the corner of Sev
enth street and Washington avenue, will
board and lodgo good reliable persons,
at $20 per mouth. Kooms large anil
Th Centennial Itcrrigenitor tho lest
improveiueutai.il the best ever wade,,
also a flno assortment or hardware undJ
cutlerj- at greatly reduced price, at A.
Halleys, No. 115 Commercial avenue.
noola; and Mliora.
Large stock or Ladles, and Children ,
Hoots and Shoes at low prices, nt
0-1-1-lin. C. Hax.w V,
The young ladles, pupils or Mrs. Saun
ders, who will take part In the concert to
be given soon under the direction or that
lady, are constantly training for the
event, we are told, and will give our peo
ple a grand musical treat when It takes
The Ice cream and strawlK-rry festival
of the Kpltcopal church people was
largely attended last night. A large
number partook of the excellent supper
spread nt tlx o'clock, and the affair bat.
no doubt, added sbnslderable to the eon-
tents of the treasury.
I 1 leal
It. J. CimdlfT-has just received a car
load or Dubuque ice, and will continue
to receive ice throughout the entire sea-
son to supply the jobbing and retail
trade, lie repectfully solicits a thare or
your patronage. Ice depot. No. 17,
Klghth street. 5-17-tr
For tht! place to buy lumber cheaply.
'o toJ.S. .McCahcy, corner of Twen
tieth street nnd Washington avenue, where
ho Is locating his new lumber yards, ami
during the month will be prepared to fur-;
ni-h all kinds of hulMim; material.
All the downstairs and part of the har-
xooin tlxturos ot thc'iouse now occupied
oy rrnr. aneeier, ou vvasnington ave
nuo near tint Catholic church, will be
for rent after the 27th lust, inquire on
the preu&e? up stairs.
Mi:s. L. J. 11vi:m:.
fore part or the boat hito one of the wheel
nouses, where his body was burned up
marie., cotton, secoim mate, and
lllchard I'artrldgo, cxprcm messenger,
were alo killed. The first enirlnecr was
terribly wounded, and at la.st reports re
eelved in this city yesterday afternoon,
was dying. Sidney Humphreys, the first
clerk, and a young man named Brown,
uiu secomi clerk", were badly scalded.
Humphreys was not killed as tcleirranhcd
to parties here. The Arkansas Belle was
lying alongside the Cleburne when tho
explosion took lace, and was badly
wrecked. There was a large excursion
party aboard the Cleburne at the time of
tHe disaster from Kvansvllle, many of
wnoin were wounded and killed. This Is
tho. substance of the ticwaiecelved.but It
Is hoped that It will not turn out so bad
Tit C. anil V. again.
A number of prominent citizens, It it
said, tome days ago appeared before tho
grand Jury, apparently under the Im
pression that lite Cairo and Vlnoeunes
Hallroad company should b Indicted for'
keeping and maintaining a nuisance.
Several parties residing and doing
business on Commercial avenue, where
the supposed nuisance exists, testified
that their cisterns had been very materi
ally injured by the unusual high rate ot
speed maintained by traits to get
over the Twentieth street gralc. It was
also claimed that the brick walls, and
even the louudatlons, themselves, Vail
been partially destroyed by tbn reckless
and outnu-eous runnlntr of trains, as is
claimed, of twenty-miles miles per hour.
They were accused of frightening horses,
and women and children by the reckless
and extravagant use ot steam through
their brass cocks, which was claimed to
bo entirely unnecessary, possibly
malicious. It is said that tha city ordi
nances provide that no tralus shr.il be
run within the city nt a rate of spted to
exceed six miles an hour ; that when an
employe of any railroad company allows
an v t rain to run at a higher rate thin that
Ihc duty of the city marshal or chier of
police It to arrest the engineer or otlui
party managing the taln, and present
him or them before any police niaglstrutu
or Justice of the peace lor trial. It was
also claimed by the aggrieved panics that
the street which the railroad pns'e.l over
was In a bad condition. It Is sild, also,
that several of the grand Jurymen passed
over the avenue last evening, and decided
nmong themselves that, with one excep'
tion, Commercial avenue is the best street
in the city of Cairo. Of course there are
two sides to this case. Should tho In
dictment be sustained and tho railroad
company found guilty, of course the
managers of the road will "come up to
the captain's otllce and settle" and that
will, we hoie, be the last of it.
Same vs. John WaUh and Charles Wll-
Hams burglary. ' '
Same vt. George Jones larceny : sec
ond olentc. . - . .
Swat) v. Thomas, Lynch Robbery?
Samis vs. I'eter KertclJ-asiiult to raj t
Same vs. John Davis and Win. Haley
A ConHUencc nnd Urali IIhoio.
uii ncuucsuay evcnluir about foi.r
o'clock a big double ll'toil darkey named
Josti Lewis, succeeded In enticing "a
young manfrom tho country" to one of
tlie wharfhoats, where ho attempted a
very bold irame to beat the uususnectlni.
Individual out of his money. Lewis llrst
began operations by showing his com
panion several tricks with cans, and
when the countryman took his money
from his pocket to "chance It once" I.cw
Isfinatchod kout of his hands nnd ran.
The robbeli party pursued him, hut
came in contact 'with one or the ropes
used to fasten tho wharfboat to her
moonng3, anu was knocked clear out ol
time. He Informed tho police of his loss.
however, who .succeeded In .arresting
Lewis, He' was taken before Justice
Curamlrigs, who fined him twenty-tlvc
dollars and costs, and sent him to tl.t)
lock-up, nnd to labor on the streets
lor fifteen days.
C.iiKO, III., Thursday KvetiluJk
-May 15, 187C.
The usual dullness that has pervaded
the market for many months pat, still
continues to stay-wlHi its. Trade In tht
city since oiir last fssHe 'has, been awful
dull, and the tMim&li Tmythlng bnt en.
couraging. .Tho weather tsyery'ilellght-
(tll tllOttirll VerV Worm, mill rrnnmmt
mm yisu llll sectlOtW
i no rivers arc lalliugalowlv. I!:ili In
the South are as last reported. 121 nnd
.'-) cents through, and 17J mid :i.i cents
Transactions In tlour since our last re
port have been exceedingly meacer. The
demand Is very light, and ttoek ore
amply supplied. Hay ha not changed,
unless It be for the worse. Corn Is buoy
ant, lucre is very little lu the market,
and the demand Is very good. The rul
ing llgure In sacks Is 50 cents, though wo
note one sale at 52 cents. There Is but
little oats llndlng its way Into the mar
ket, but there Is plenty here for the pres
ent, n- the demand Is exceedingly light.
( ity meal is quiet, and the supply Is
good. Country's In fair demand; tho
supply Is only moderate, llran Is very
dull, nnd but few sales arc bclna
made. Tho stock of butter Is heavy, anil
sales arc very slow. Anyl'ilmr sour or
milky cannot bo sold nt any price. There
arc no eggs In market, and the demand
Is urgent. We quote tho only salo re
ported at'll cents iint they will bring
12 cents without trouble. The demand
for poultry is good. I'ie plant Is In iroou
demand at from :t to f cents per pound,
Vegetables are in good supply and slow
sale. Choice apples arc in irood demand.
War D-partm-hit, Krr rUror.
May H. .ina
Vleksbiirx . .
Itclnw lileli Mutrrof
.lAMtK w. ir.ni.
Jtorgeant, bU-nat Trlre, If. Safe.
Some ten or twelve days aijo a steam.
boat negro named Charley Howard, hail
ing from Memphis, was put Into St.
Mary's Hospital, In this city, being sick.
On Wednesday night, after all the inmates
or tho Institution had gone to sleep, How
ard became delirious, and tpnnglng lrom
his couch, made a rush for tho window.
He was detected In his movemcuts by
two other invalids in the room who
seized and tried to hold him, but he
proved to strong for them, and agalu
making a dash for the window, which
was closed, jumped through, carrying
sash, glass and all with him, to the
ground below, and running to the
edge of the sipe water. iumped in and
was drowned. An Inquest was held
over the remains by Coroner Gossman
yesterday afternoon, and the body
Oulcuiiinl Het-r Unll-Our "saloon.
Fred llolhelnz has newly fitted up his
place in the most beautiful and magnlll-
.-out style, ami Ls the handiest and coolest
place In the city for comfort In warm
weather. He has also a private room for
Foraclca.i shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to J.
George Sleluhou.e on Kighth street,
Alexander County Hank bulldinir. Hli-
ehop Is always neat; his towels nlwaya
clean ; his assistants nlwnys polite, nnd
his tables covered with tho latest dally
papers, for the benejltof lifs customers.
v.... .--(..... )... ,11. A ,1.-1...., I
.I'jpir.tiii.M) .lr.o. iliu IIJfllllllHX, IV II
ciproeatlng, tiu churn nnd egg brater. j
the latest and the best ever made, at A.
Hnllcy's, who ls now selling his Urge
stock ot stoves, tin and brltUma ware at
greatly reduced prices. Givo him a call
before you purchase, 115 Commercial v
Hf readinirthe double column adver.
thtiumt it will be seen that Solomon fa-
relrst, the purchaser or tho Heilbron it
Weil stock, has concluded to remain in
iCalso. He is receiving new goods dally,
!ini sells ou the motto "quick sales and
MtuiU irotlts." His prices are surprise
ingly W. Give him a call. It:
Tom Lynch, tlio notorious Individual
who attempted to rob a young country
mau In this city a tew days ago, by
snatching n pocket book eontalnimr
twenty dollars, was Indicted by the grand
Jury ii day or two sluce, and will in nil
probability peep through the bar In the
penitentiary before long.
mo us, Bt-iwrKic ii oui (no uar room, ami i tuc roiioii way ciiuitirr Kiumiit be
raimulBOil In I lie Ire Haaluem.
To tlio Clllienkof Cairo;
I propose entering tlio lco business
In ( 'airo, and h:wo already received my
llrst car load. Relieving tint If the pco
pie of Cairo understood this matter, I
would recelvo a fair shaw ot their pat-
will try to mnko It as comfortablu for his
customers us possible, mid will
try to treat everybody with re
spect. He will alio have ou hand tho
Ix-st brands ot cigars; liquors and wines,
nnd other cool drinks which tlio Centen
nial times require, lie will also have
Imbeat In Cairo, no will have on hand
in me restaurant line Swiss cheese, Llm-
berger cheese, hand cheese, Holland her-
i-Itii ctiritlm.kj ent,lnllo n ., ..1. . I ,
v.. , '-. -3lui,-uuYie,cnYiar,
pigs' feet, tour tongue, pickled tongue
pickled eels, sandwiches, and all other eat-
Ibles In the market. Como ami give him
Fifty eents, at Winter's Gallery.
inuy woiiui do awe la act tliclr own
prices, and consumers would lo com
pelled to pay them. Tho citizens of
Cairo know as well aa I can tell them,
what is to their luterot, and what will
tend to keep such a necessity as ice has
become, at a lair and living rate, and I
leavo the matter in their hands,
Thirty thousand lust received At the
Just received, 11 Inrjfo stock ol Slmw'
itefrlgerators. and White Mountain triple
motion, Ice. cream freezers ; also u large
supply of wire fcrceu cloth for doors
and windows, all at rock-bottom prices.
C W. Hkndkuso.y,
Comer 12th street and Cotuincrcla
Kxcuraion on The fitaanier Bvrmutla
Oneot the most agreeable end pleat
ant excursion parties that has vMted Mils
city for many a day comedwu on the
steamer Bermuda, from Xtshvllle on
it. i. t . :
neuuemjay nignt. Ainonr lliose on
board were Miss Stone, the MI-scs Smith,
Mr. Smith and Mr. Walter, ot Dover, Ky.,
Miss Mary Tomllueon. .Ilss Kor
mou, Miss Hawks, Miss Hart, Miss Scor
braugh, Miss Klllugton, MUt Lockey,
Miss Kzell, and tho Messrs C'ubb, Logan,
Cooper, Klllugton and Yates, of Canton,
Ky and Miss Nannie Thfmpsou, ol
Xashvlllc, Tenn. Tho Bermuda arrived
lu port about half-atter eight o'clock, and
the excursionists spent the greater part of
the night tripping the light fantastic, to
music furnished by a most excellent
string band. Yesterday morning while
tho Bermuda was taking on frelghtforlier
return trip, tho entire party took a stroll
aboul town, yisUlng the custom house,
Iltai.KTiN-oHice and other places, Cap
tain U. A. Crouch, the; very cfllelent'coini
iiiuudcr of tlio Wit, aiid Marshall, I'ltt
innn and Point, clerks, who are models of
polltenetii and pleasantry, exerted every
power to make their guests at home, and
as a consequence, everybody was lu the
best of humor nnd full of fun.
Died of pneumonia, in this city, at one
o'clock, yesterday morning, Harmon
Sanders, aged two year and seven
mouths. The funeral will take place
lrom tho residence ol the parents, corner
of Seventh and Cedar streets, this after
noon, at U o'clock. A sjieclal train will
leavo tlio foot or Klghth street, on the III
nols Central road for Villa Hldge, at 3:15
to-day. Tho iriend.i ot tbn family arc re.
quested to attend.
Boli Bedford, a colored barber of this
city, wtw roll I of watch, eiiuln mid
locket, valued at forty dollars, on Tues
day night. Bedford iRoiulldcnt that be
knows who the robber Is, though ho doea
not cans to give hit naBK, 111 tho hope, wo
presume (hat ho will retxirn to the elty,
when ho will liayo att opportunity to,
catch him. It Is told that the Mispeetcd
party It a young colored gentleman who
served a term recently Im Uio county Jail,
for a theft eoiumjttetl Install.
Caiiio, May 18, 187C.
Knrroit Bui.lktim: In ylevy pt the
beautiful evcnlnga we aro liavlng now,
why Is It that the old Silver Cornet hand
will not favor us with some or its bounti
ful musio nt the stands ? The Delta band
will not como out either. Arc they all
high headed? By the way I think I
heard one ol the Sliver Corneten say,
some time ago, that it wan murder to
play when the streets were so full or dust.
Perhaps that Is the reason. Can tho citi
zens not do something to lay the dust and
allay the tcellngs ol the band boys?
Yours, ilc., Itu'iiAiti).
dolus; to Uana sir tJolorswtu.
Take the Atchison, Topeka ami Santa
Fe railroad, the new and popular line
from Atchison and Kansas City, via the
leautirul Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon city,
Citchartis, Del Xorte, Santa Fu and all
points in Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip ! day tick
ets to Denver on salo .May ICth. nt f.'rt),
taking in the famous watering places on
the D. & It. (J. road. Low emigrant
rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping ears between
the Missouri river anil Hie Kocky .Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison in
union depots. For maps, time tables
and the "San Juan guide," ndddrcss,
T. J. AxiiMtao.x,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
JWrOtir friends should bear in mind
tnal the prices hero given are usually
for sales from first hands lu round lots,
f n lllling orders and for broken lots It Is
necessary to charge an advance over
A. Ham.kv. A .llnelot or table and
pocket cutlery, also spadus, shovels-
hocs.'rakcs, forks.axes imd&geaerul line
of hardware just received by A. llalley,
113 Commercial uvcinio 2-18-3m.
JOHN Q. HAEMAK & CO.
ONVEYAKCKKS, H0TASIES PUBLIC
tand Ag-ants of tha HUnoi Central and
uuruntuon ana uuincjr H. K.
MrniMl Kxciimluu l Mound t'lly.
Tho Taylor Literary club has charter
ed the steamer Threo States for an excur
sion to Mound City, Saturday May 20,
1870. There will be music, lu attendance
and arrangements made for those who
are disposed to dance on tlio boat. For
the round trip 60c each. Tho boat will
leavo the foot of Fourth-!, nt 4:30 p.m.,
and will remain at Mound City until al
tcr the Taylor Minstrel performance at
Stokes1 hall, returning to Cairo at 12 m.
Business House lately occupied by
"Wood ltlttenhoiise & Co., on Levee be
low 14th street. Kent very reasonable.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms ; 10 lots
enclosed, in good order, on Twenty-
fourth ami Wuliiut titrects. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on west side ot Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, sultablo
lor shop aud dwelling. Kent for each, $fl
Dwelling house, A rooms, on Filth
street near Walnut, jngood repair. Kent
$12.60 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-tint street',' . near Sycamore
north side. Bent $0, per mouth.
l'wo small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth audPonulat. Kent low.
Basement or brick building, west side
or Washington avenue near Eighteenth
street, live rooiiii hi go6ircdndftIoiil
Building ou east side or Commerela
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Building on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, olllces ami rooms hi vari
ous lacattons. Bents low.
Lots artd'landi Tm saltf of lea-p.4 ' "
.Iohn Q. Hahha Co.,
rto Afehts: cornet1 Wxth ami
v .i " 'Lirti
Flour has been very dull. The mar
ket Is well supplied with all grades.
Sales noted were 300 bbls various grades,
$3 2oG50; 100 bbls various gratles,
$3 50C no ; 100 bbls spring wheat
$4 75 ; 100 bbls choice family, $0 7i ; 200
bbls various grades, city, $ t 008 75.
Hay, is cxtrctnely dull. The market
is overstocked. The only sale reported
was that of 1 car common mixed, $1).
Corn Is very scarce and prices arc firm.
The demand Is good. Sales reported arc
1 car mixed in,cka; 48c; 1 car white in
sacks, 50c; 1 car mixed hi sacks 48e;;l
car "white In sacks, 00c; 200 sacks
There Is very little demand for oats.
Tho market is well supplied considering
the demand. We note the sale or 1 ear
choice Northern, in sacks, 40c ; 1 car
cuoluuMarthern lu sacks, 40c ; 300 sacks
:ity meal Is quiet. There is a ralr de
mand ror country, with a limited supply.
We nolo tlio sale of 1 ear couutrv, $2 23.
Bran Is dull. There Is plenty in the
market. We not the sale of UK) sacks,
Witter Is plenty anil dull. None, but
choice will sell. We note the sale ol 20
palls fresh 15 to 17c ; paHs Choice
Southern Illinois, 13 to ISo; .'I pack
The market Is bare of egg, ami the
demand is very good. Wu note tliu sale
of 10 dozen, lie.
There Is an excellent demand for poul
try, with a limited supply. We note tho
sale of 5 coops hens $4.
The demand for pie plant Is very good.
There Is a fair supply. Wo note Uiu sale
ot 3 boxes pie plant, $1 per box ; I bbls
pic plant, $3 00$3 00.
Vegetables aro hi good supply, but the
demand lor them Is only moderate.
Tho market Is entirely bare of apples.
There Is a good demand for choice large
at good prices ror stand purposes. Ship.
mcnts (should not be made in more than
five or ten barrels at a time, as they rot
Wo tjiiolt! salt hi car load lots, $1 liO ;
les than car load lots, SI 75.
Wotjtiolc Pnratlibt! and .Ml. Carbon ou
track, lump, $3 ; nut, $2 ; delivered car
load per ton, lump, $3 fiO; nut. $2 70;
delivered tier siuglu ton, lump; $1 ; nut
$3 2Ti i Itaum or Harrisbiirg coal or
track-per car load lump, $27; nut, flu
delivered per ton, $3 00; Pittsburgh ml
car loads on track, $5 00 per ton ; thigl
ton, delivered, $U. '
HIDES AND FUKS.
Hides and furs are tpilct at quotations.
Hidku Dry Hint, 1212Je; dry salted,
l'J10c; green salted, 510c; damaged
Fuhs Beaver No. 1 i2 00s No.2
$1 30; No. :i$l: No. 4 COo. Otter No.
10; No. 2 SI i No. 3 $2; No. 4 SI.
Jlluk No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 73o; No. 3 SOo;
No. 410c. Kaccoon No. 1 70c; No.2
40o ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk No.
1 85c No.SiSOc; No. 3 30c; No. 4 13c.
Fox. Gruy No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 73c ; No. 3
OOo ; red fox-No. 1 $1 ; No. 2. 73e.
Opossum No. 1 lOo ; No. 3 At ; No. 3
Oc. Muskrat -No. 1 20c ; No. 2 15c ; No.
310e. Bear-No. I $10; No. 2 $7; No.
$a-.No; 4 $1.- Wolf Mountain N(Hl
2.5u; No. 3 $t. 73 :-No 3 1 ; No. 4 lbs;.
i-rnine iioij .-mo. i si s.; a oue
Wild Cat 23c. llottsu Cat 10c. Badger,
Steamer .la. Flk:'fiiilueah.
( Itarles Morgan, Ciucinuall.
" C. B. Church, Ne.w Orleans.
" Cons Millar, Memphis".
Biitnarck, New Orleurfs.
Atlitutlc and barges, St. LrtuN.
Polar Star, barges, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, Vlcksburg.
' Bermuda, Nashville.
" Thomas Sherlock, N. O.
" Molllc Moore, New Orleans.
" Coal 1 1 ill and tow. St. Louis.
" Ironsides and tow, Ohio river.
" Capitol City, St. Louis.
Steamer Jas. Fl-k, Padncah.
' Charles Morgan, New Orleans
' C. B. Church, Cincinnati.
" ConsMlllaai Cincinnati.
" Bismarck, St, Louis.
" Atlantic, barges, New Orleans.
" Coal Hlll nnd tow. St. Louis.
" Polar Star, barge, Tenn. river.
" Thomas Sherlock, .Cincinnati.
" Bermuda, Nashville.
Molllc Moore, St. Louis.
" Ironsides anil barges, St. LouU.
" Capitol City, Vlcksburg.
' Grand Tower, St. LouU.
Tho Grand Tower added 40 tons for
St. Louis ou her way up Wednesday
night, including 25 tons of pig Iron,
brought here by the Bermuda.
The James Flsk took back to P.-ulu-
cah 30 hhds tobacco.
The Bermuda brought down from
Nashville 70 hhds tobacco. 25 tons pig
Iron and other frelgut. She had n lolly
excursion party aboard, who Hook In"
tho town yesterday, visiting tho custom
house, aud other places ot Irferest lu
The Joseph II. Blgley left for Sti
Louis with three barges of coke ytfccr-
The James Flsk brought from Pa-
dticah 3,500 staves nnd 2,000 barrel heads,
and other freight.
Tho Cons Millar passed up from
Memphis with a moderate trip.
Captain Phillips, pilot on the Thomp
son Dean, U In tho elty. He will remain
lu the city for a couple of weeks, and go
Into Kentucky ou n hunting excursion.
TheC. II. Church for Clnclnnat
and the BUmarck for St. Louis (vasscd up
from New Orleans with moderate trips.
The 1 nomas Sherlock passed up
from New Orleans with 300 tons freight
and 00 passengers. She ran her nose.
agamst tho wharfboat, but didn't put out
a line, put otTa couple of passengers and
pasted ou. This hint hns ((Mil no wharf
age Tor two consecutive trip', nnd it is
likely that when her ofllocrs do make
fast tvt this port, she may li.ivo some
The Chillies Morgan passed down
with about 1,200 tons 1'ivlghr and a good
passenger list. She added here 10 tons
of way frelglit, and passed on to Itlley's
lauding, wfierc she wlltget a lot of cattle
Tho Ironsides went back to St. LouU
wlttt a bargo of freight.
The SIollic Moorefrom New 'Or
leans, pased up with 230 tons for St,
The Coal Hill brought down a bargo
ot ore aud a barge ol white sand for the
Tho Atlantic will add a barge loaded
with hay, 100 hogsheads tbbacco and
jher frolghtr hero for New Orleans.
MONDAY, MAT 22, 1816.
Price its miml.
Htsts prorurpl at IUrtmsn't
Wbo'lMtle tml KUU Druttrt In
Foreisn and Domeitio
OF AI.L K13TD8,
No. 60 Ohio Levee
TtiTK-IHUT. fWYTII A CO.
1VL alarRestwkiif ths Wstui
ODIl lit luv J
irt, and kIv. fldl attfotioo tq lat NUitasals
rauch uf lbs business.
All Li.vmnmf !3mwm, i t
colored and varnished, for salo at ball
price ($2.o0) nt tho BiatxriN oftlee.
Lyon's Katiiaiuon makes Utmitirul,
glossy, luxuriant hair ; prevents Its fall
ing' out or turning gray. It has stood tho
tost of 40 years. Is charmingly Ber'umed,
and has no rival. S-10-d.twly
' Hauan's Maoioi.ia Baiai preserves and
restore the complexion ; removM freck
les, tan and wiloww ; makes the tkln
soli, white nnd delicate, Its application
cannot be detected. ;i-10-dwly.
II. k. Akin Clitcaxo
Zi. D. JL2dn A Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
10 Co-tmtrtial Avian, - - - CAUM, ILIJi
rt-Tliote favorlnt as with tbete
will dnt a cuinpltic P lie of goods tVooi TwaMst
select, at liolUiin prlreg.
Tho list ehaaca) for auod aarlculturml Isjits un
Tas Tkas-V CatDiT.kt Six ra csxt. Inlerrfl
i Hia't (ua aav riu-s, ixuao wacuuauT'oai
Uuriinilnii. I.iwsi d tMcivt ft" four OT lo'a
riinston. linraraadtMcivtm four or i
ana wtnrasia r .irairr, wiin cnan ui ,
uw roamt lrli rates. awm.