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Real Estate Column
Alexander county lnnils, Cairo lol.,
in exchange for St. Louis projierty.
Tlio south linlt of thf 4,I'ot" lioicc nt
Cottage on Ninth Street, west of Wul
tint street, $12 CO.
Cottage on Fourteenth lnel, .p-t
ir Washington avenue, $11
Saloon ami llxturcj. HOiithwe.it i-nrn--r
Klghteenth Htrret ami oinmeielal
ivenue, fit a barjf.iln.
Cntugr on Twelfth street. el of
.'ommerdnl avenue, $U.
-Unfiling Iioii on Crou liii-t, w
ol WiiMiliMt(iii nvenue.
ItitsineiNliniii'e on l.ovri!tnet,uliovi
A jfOiH citttngt on Twenty-Ninth
street, near Coniinereial avenue.
Sloro room tin Conitnwliil avenue,
text In Wnverly hotel, $10.
("otlnjfc of -I room on Tweuty-tlilnl
tii'cl, $0. (iood yarit'nml cittern.
Uootl dwelling Iioum: on Walnut, Ih'
tween Tivctity-i'iroiitl ami Twenty-th'nl
Ston.-rooin corner Twentieth urnl
I'niilnr streets, $12 SO.
Store room adjoining uIkivc, i-S.
Iloun.' on Walnut street, near Center
nlen-atit premises, $12 r0.
llouv on Couitnercint avenue, near
19th street. .Suitable for hulne uml
Tenements iitimlH.'rv(l 7, 8 ami
a, Winter's Itow, ft room each for $10
per month. Will le put In Hrt-cluM
Store room In "Pilot Hoiin'," lately
ifccupled by A. Halley.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
leffernon avenun $10.
Orphan Asylum building and pteuit
'eg. Heul low, to a good tomtit.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
WajdThigton nvenue, $13 a month.
ItooniH In various part ol the city.
FOK LKASEOIt SALK.
-IjiiiiIk, In tracts to cult, near Cairo.
at the Tlmlia Million, opnilte the llll.
i ktiv office. 'f
Vienna Mnltaler ateer
at the- Thalia Kiloousopporltc the Iti'i.
i in office. If
Tlio uuderMtfiied I prepared to pump
out and repair cNleriH or build now ones
ou short notice and at catUfactory priivs-
.1. S. Hawkins
i'td and Cedar streets. I'oMofhVe Ikix
.See Koch. C. Kocti, at his shop ami
tore room, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has for ule a stool; ( boots awl flico. of
his own make , also a lull stork of lenthcr
and llndlngs lor snle; and a
large stock of St. I .on! run.
toui made lHtf and shoe. He
keeps tho iHf-t material and is up In nil
ibe latet style. His lit are jierfcrt, mid
atl-fartlou Is guaninteed. (live hhn a
.100 lluolt AfclllU
Wanted hi llllu!o lur the new Mm
trated ThUtlo Kdltlon of Plr Walter
Scott's Waverly novel- and other popu
lar publication. Liberal Inducements to
V'ood .icut. Scud lor circular and
terms to W. II. l:aton &, Co., 12S larU
itreet, llooui Til, Chicago. l-'JT-eoiMiii
Wviiil ! WimiiI !
For ale at $1 uO jut loud. Stove u.ioil,
jawed ami split, $1 or cord. Four loot
woo 1, 50 per eoril, delivered In any
art ol the city. Ill;: lot of Move wood
:in haml. I-eave orders at No. :il F.i!hth
dreet, and they will reei-lvi prouijit at
tention. ft-IB-lm. F. W. W tun.
Wo will pay no WIN eontractisl by any
employe of Thk Hi i i ktix, uulif thu
ume Is made on u written order signed
by the president or secretary of the. com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe' of the company, tor any
CAIKO lll.'I.I.F.TI.V (.'OMI'AXY.
Novemher lli. lOTS. it
SVlilvnniMl Meer Unll-Our NhIoui
Fred llolheln. has newly lilted up his
place In the most beautllul ami maulli
cent style, and I the handiest and coolcU
place, in the city tor comfort in warm
weather. He has also u private room for
ladle, separate from the bar room, and
will try to make 1.1 as comlortablu for his
customer.'. 115 possible, and will
try to treat everybody with re
spect. He will also have on hand the
host brand ol clears; liquors and wine,
f.nd other cool drinks which the CcnVn
uial times rcoiilre. Ho will 11U0 have
lunch at all hours day and night, and a
bl; Centennial glass of lager beer always
ti hand, cool uml creamy, which can't
be beat In Cairo. He will havo on hand
In tho restaurant Hue Swiss cheese, Llia
berjrer clicoc, hand cheese, Holland her
ring, sardines, sardclies, anchovlcs,cavlar,
pigs' feet, four tongue, pickled tongue,
pickled eel, sandwiches, and all other col
lides In the market. Come and give him
A No. I l-HH(lrjr.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
Dm laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
l ween Washington and Commercial nvej
nucs, lias one of the best conducted lauu
dry establishments In the illy, and land
lords of hotels and hoarding nouses win
llnd It to tlietr advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are u lollowa i Hotel
mid boanlhig-hoiise washing 76 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, lftc ; per
docn, 80n ; socks, rc: two collars, ftc
two handkerchiefs, 5c ; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen
Ladles plain calico dresses, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, GOe ; white
dresses, $1 25c 5 ladles' undorwarc, fine
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1.23-ti.
Fltty cents, nt Winter'. Gallery.
We are ailthorired to announce JOHN II.
IIOIIINHO.H aaranllita'efor MienlTor Ale--amltr
county, nt the mining county election.
We nroalltlioriteil to announce that II. A. Kit
munition Is sn Independent lb-publican randl
ilatelorMirrllT, at tlie ensuing- count- election.
We trr aulliorired to announce I'K.l KHHAtJP,
fur an Independent candidate lur Mierllfof At
eiander county, nt llir tnulnK county election.
AHUAI.OX MMXiK, SO
KhIkIiIa of I'jrth lun, tin Ha rtt-ry Ktl-
niK'H iisii-imui wtvii. in uuu-
mi' Hull. Howie.
-- At.KXANUK.lt 1MIH1K, NO. l.
k In.lriu.ltnt Onler r oia-Ktl-tPlowt,
iiirrtit evrrjr ltiBreUy night
SBBBB -. i.nif.iH.i ,(!. In thplr Imll fin
Juiiifdi-relul airline, U-twwn Blxlli and Srirntb
I'ifritiiiuL'vp i n fi it t.iM t
in OiM-Frlluws' Hall on the flrat ami third
i ii.- hit in every month, at hlf-iat eeven
A CAIUOLOIillK. NO.H7.A.K. A A. M,
Until rrxular comtnunlrallunii In Ma
lajf tiiiilf. Hall, nitii'r Cuiamtrclal avenue
'aml Eluhlh trirt, on the swonil ami
ourlh Monday ofenoh month.
E9-A1I hill for adTrrtitinf, are due and )y
blr IN AtlVANC'X
Tratmlent alrrrtlIiirWIII belmwrled at tli
rale nt II "I lr tUare fur the lint Iniwrliiin
and . tent for each lulnoitif nt one A HUrl
dltcouut will te made on standing and di'jd
Kor iniertlnx Funeral notice II o Nottreoi
meeting nftoe telle or secret ordera SO rents for
Church, Socletr, Keatlval anl f!iijiier notlrea
ill only b Inaertcl as adv ertlseiutnt
No adrtrtitement will be received at leat than
to centi, and no amertlieinent will I Inserted
forlmitban three dollars tr month
local analaaaa Votloaa. of
tan ltnaaor mora, Inaartaa
In th allatln mm followa :
OosamancaCoantlBaT at Un Z.tna.
Od Inaartion par Una 3 CenU
Twotnaartlonapar llna..... 7 Oanla
Tbraa lBaartiona par Una 10 Oanta
Sts lnaartlona par Una ........16 Oanta
Two waaka par Una ... 86 Oanta
Ona month par Una ..36 Canta
No Xaductlon wlllba mada In abova
SATUltDA V, MAY 20, 18T0.
CAiao.lu.., May 1", IK7C.
Bar. J Til.
1, HK I 7-K.
rsi ls, t3j
I.O ' tC
.S0.lr.SI ' MC t
WlHD. I VtL. I WCATII.
Fergtunt, Signal Bert U', I'. S. A.
Stock of Dry Goods at Tery low prlcca
.VU'lm. C. IUNXV s.
Large stock ot Carpeti otlcring very
cheap at "i.l4-1m. C. Has.vy s.
faltetM lur the I -idle
Jut recelveil a largo assortment of
HaaarClobe Fitting 1'attern. the best
fitting in ue, at lm.C. Han.n's
I.lueu tibre, plate finish, tetter mid note
paper at I ho hl'i.i.i.ti.v office. Illue uml
iiilii laid, U low St. Louis ptlees.
Ail imiucdlatc settlement 01 all ac
counts due the II rm ot hluart X i.liol-on
Is ilemaiidi'd. All bills not paid on or
Ixdore .liiiie lft, will lie placed lor col
lection. Sri Aiu & Onoi.sos.
ft-l 1-1 w.
.IdHT Kkc'eivhii" A. Halley has Just
reeelyeil a line lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, ilower stands, ilower
trainers, baskets, archer, hearts and
wreathes, w hich he has marked very low,
at 1 1.'i Commercial avenue. j-ih-.im.
Mrs. Stewart, having moved to the
arge frame hou at the corner ofScv
nth street and Washington avenue, will
iKianl and lodge good reliable person
at $20 per month. Kooius large and
a Al llHlley'a.
Th- Centennial Kefrigerator the latest
improvement and tlie liest ever made
also a line aseortmeut of hardware and
cutlery at greatly reduced prices, at A.
Halley?, No. lift Commercial nvenue.
Boot: mill fthorn.
Large stock of Ladle, and Children.,
Boots and Shoes at low prices, at
iVU-liu. C. Hasnv's
For a clca.1 shave, n fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to .1
(Icorgo Steluhoiue 011 Klghtli street,
Alexander Comity Hank building. His
shop Is always neat ; bis towels always
clean ; bis assistants always polite, and
his tables covered with the latest dally
papers, tor tho benefit of his customers
SoMKTiiiMi .New. Tho lightning, re-
cinrocatlng, tin churn and egg beater.
tho latent nnd the liest ever made, at A
Halley'. who is now selling his large
stock ot stoves, tin mid brlttana ware at
greatlv reduced prices. (II vo him n call
lietoro you purchase, lift Commercial
The Hraaon Why S'uiiillH' Hhould be
aniriuaeu In the Ire HiiaineHN,
l o (lie Cllitent or Cairo;
1 propose entering thu Ico business
In Cairo, and have already received my
tlrst car load, llelicving that If tho pen
pie ol Cairo understood this matter, I
would receive a lair share ot their pat
ronagc. I have ctioscn tins mciumi 01
hrlnclnir R to their notice. It any one
llrm had 11 monopoly m sugar or collie
thev would be ablo to set their own
prices, and consumers would bo com
uellcd to pav them. Tho cltl.ens 01
Cairo know as well as I can toll them
what Is to their Interest, nnd what will
tend to keep such a necessity as ice lias
iiocnmn. nt a lair and living rate, and I
leave tho matter In their hnnds.
Thirty thousand Just received at
. Knsilna, r A
I'rluts and Mitillnj still chtapcr nt v
ft-U-lm. ' ' 0. Ha'nwv'sJ
No Usnn To-Uny.
The Trimble base ball club of I' tdiirah,
not being able to bring their full club to
Cairo to-day, liaVc postponed their visit
Linen Damask Napkins and Towel
ing odcring at reduced prices at
6-1 Mm. .'. IIassv'h.
t , 1, j
Tho Cairo and Yluc.cuues railroad will
1 1111 special trains from and to this city
Irom, Mouttd City on Decoration Day,
carrying passengers at very low' prices.
On and niter this date ('. W. Wheeler
it Co. will oiler cord wood at $11 ftOpur
cord; 4amc sawed and split, $." 00; sin
gle loads $1 Ti"i xt load. Strictly cash,
Cotluge on Tenth street, south s'de,
iM.twceu Walnut street and Washington
avenue, will he. let until 1st of November,
to a good tenant. Inquire, nt IIiji.lktin
office. K. A. iiiim:tt.
A llrnaid Niieee.
The Charter Dak stove In our kitchen
Is 11 grand success, I he best stovo we hare
ever ued, and we cheerfully recommend
It with a clear confclcnuc, knowing we
lo our friends and neighbors a laror w ho
arc looking for a first-class stove.
This popularsaloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, Is open to
the public. The bar is supplied with
pure wines, choice llqiiori and the tinest
brands of cigars.
:t-2.Vtr A. k'tiouri, Proprietor.
Ice I Ire I
It. .1. (.'undid' has ust received a car
load of Dubuque lee, and will continue
to receive Ice throughout the entire sea
son to supply the Jobbing and retail
trade. He respectfully solicits n share of
your patronage. Ice dejiot. So. 17,
Eighth street. ft-17-tf
For the place to buy lumber cheaply,
go to.l.S. Mcmhey, corner 01 Twen
tieth strectand Washington nvenue, where
he Is locating bis now lumber yards, and
during the month will be prepared to fur
nish all kinds of building material.
All the down stairs and part of the bar
room fixtures ot thehoif-c now occupied
by Frit. Sneelcr, on wnsnmgion ave
auu near the Catholic church, will tic
for rent alter the 27th lnt. Inquire on
the preinles up stair.
.Mil. L. .1. BviiNr.
.lust received, a large stock ot Shaw's
Kefrigerator, and White Mountain trip)
motion, Icecream freezers , also n large
supply of wlru screen cloth for doors
nnd window, all nt rock-bottom price
C. W. Hkndkrho.v.
Corner 12th street and Common-la
It is said that as soon as the .Mississippi
Central railroad company have completed
putting down new rails on their track,
that they, in connection with tho llliuou
Central road, will run n lightning express
train, to make the distance between Chi
cago and Now Orleans in thirty-six
V plauk walk is Mug laid between the
rails of the narrow gauge railroad, on se
ond street, between Ohio levee and Com
nierclal avenue, for the benellt of the pa
Irons of the road. Heretofore, It ha
been difficult lor passengers, getting on
ami oil' the cars, and the malingers to
make It more agreeble for travelers, have
added this convenience to their line.
The meeting of the delegates from the
different societies In tho city to arrange
tor the celebration on the 4lh of duly.
which was called for to-night, will not
take place until Monday or Tuesday
evening, as tho citizens meeting takes
place to-night at the council chamber,
and it is deemed advisable to give the
chairman more time in which to answer
the different committals. The delegates
will receive due notice of the time of the
(IrnnU Excuraloii to Nuuiiil City
The Taylor Literary club has charter
cd the steamer Three States for an excur
sion to Mound City, Saturday May 20,
1670. There will be music In attendance.
uml arrangements made for those who
uro disposed to dance on the boat. For
the round trip ftOc each. The boat will
leave the foot of Fottrth-st. nt 4;'M) p.m.,
nud will remain at Mound' City until ni
ter the Taylor Minstrel performance at
Stokes' hall, returning to Cifiro at 12 in.
Charley William ami John Welsh, tho
two young men recently arrested for bur
glarizing John Tunner's grocery store,
were arraigned la-fore Judge Baker In
the circuit court on Thuisday, where
they plead guilty to tho charge preferred
ngamst them. They were ench sentenced
to two years nnd six months In the puul
teutiary. Neither of these young men arc
over twenty years of age, but It is ald
that both nro very tough young cillrens,
nnd "up to snuff."
Thai Prlaa Album.
A vote was taken at the festival of the
Episcopal church 011 Thursday evening
to decide who was tho most popular
young lady in tho assembly,, tho person
receiving tho largest number of votes,
which were sold at five cents each, to to
celvo nvery beautiful photograph album
and music box combined. A large num.
bcrol votes were 10UI, and the prize
presented to Mis LlU Morrls, visitor In
our city, wltohad acoiuideraniemsjonty
over til other candidates,
t . , Ascanslna. nnjr
I Tho Knlghti'TcDiplir of ibhclfy will
celcbrnlo Ascensfon D,iy, Thur'idny,
May 2oth, in their ti'iml manner. The
will march from their asylum to the
Kplcopal church, where the services wllj
be conduced by filr Knlgh't Gilbert, P.
O. P., and an address delivered by Sir
Knight Ollhnni. The services will com-,
ntencc at 'i o'clock, p.m. No special In
vitation will be given, but a cordial Invi
tation is extended to all lo be present at
the church.. At the conclusion of tho
scrvico thcf Sk Knights will parade
through several of our streets betorn re
turning to their asylum.
. i Feriin-I. i
Del.. K. I. Frort. gcneral'inan.
agerof tho Mississippi Cen'lrul rullroad(
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. Charles Adams, u sou of the world
famed tragedian Kdwln Adams, was Jn
the city yesterday. Mr. Adams It travel
ing for one of the largest notion tlrnis in
the country. He Is a very clever, cour.
Icons gentleman, and 1 an excellent
business man. ;
Mr. .1. C. Clark ol Chicago, general,
manager of the Illinois Central railroad,
nud L. H. Clark, elder engineer of the
same road, nlso a reMdcnt ol Chicago,
accompanied by their famllle, arrived In
this city In si special car on Thursday,
took rooms at the St. Charles w here they
remained until jestcrday morning, ami
returned from whence they came.
1 he Taylor Literary 'Hib.
The Taylor Literary club, accompanied
by a large number ol their friends will
go to Mound City this evening, and de
light the amusement lovers of that burg
with one of their excellent minstrel en
tertainment. The licet nnd commo
dious stenmer Three States has been
chartered for the occasion, nnd will leave
her lauding at i:'M sharp, lo carry tho
party to their destination. A.' splendid
string ami bras baud will make thu trip
with the boys, and thejolllcst time of the
season may be looked for. We nre told
that the Mound f Myites will give the
society a warm welcome, nnd greet them
at Stokes' hall with a routing big audi
ence, we nope so, ior tne performance
given by them Is rarely surpassed for ex
cellence, even by the best professional.
In speaking ot the coming entertain,
mcnt, thcTulask! Patriot says :
The Taylor Literary club ot Cairo will,
we are happy to announce, give one
of .their charming minstrel entertain
ments at Stokes' hall 011 Saturday even
ing, consisting of comic and sentimental
solos, duets, quartet!, dancing nnd ne
gro eccentricities. The club has char
tered tne steamer rnrcu .nates to inako
the excursion, and they will arrive about
ft o'clock p. m. and parade the town.
The entertainment will be novel and rich
and ever) body should be thero to enjoy
tne multitude 01 original goon tilings
which have been kept In reserve especial
ly for this occasion.
(For the bulletin.)
EniroK Cairo Brntrn.v : There Is
an untortuun'.e ami very generni icn
deney, when excessive nnd enormous
crimes and immorality prevail In somo
part of the country, to regard It as evl.
dence of a universal Increase of wicked
ness and general depravity of mankind.
Tills way of thinking I very much to be
deplored, as the stnte of public morality
Is considered to be far wore than It I.
The recent sorrowful disclosures of
dishonesty in tho public officers of tho
nation will cauo many to think
that there is a growing dls.
honesty all over the country, and
that no one can bo trusted. The writer
contends that there is not. The tempta.
tlons by which they have fallen nro not
held out to the majority of people. The
fact is that n really dishonest nature will
be dishonest anywhere nnd under any
circumstances varlng according to op
portunities: and as true is it that an
honest one is likely to remain so
Temptations which are mighty ones to
the former, and overcome It, nre not
such nt nil to the latter. There nre ex
ceptions to this, ns tn all rules, but the
rule remains. As to the eflect of the recent
official dishonesty on the country at large,
It will doubtless tend to stimulate
and encourage those already ills
honest ami immoral to continue
so, and Immorality among tlieiu
may increase; but to thousands and
thousands of the people of this country,
and the world, It will have no moroteu.
dency to demonillzo than man has power
to stop tho sun. Its only effect will be
to sadden and dUgust, nnd strengthen
them In their integrity.
The writer docs not believe in tho com
mon Idea that the world Is worse than it
used tobe. Opportunities nud induce
wents to crime and an immoral life exist
tiow by the score where thoy were en
tlrely wanting in the early days of our
country mid ol the world in any age
The Inducements to morality nlso exist
in the snuie proportion. There has also
been un enormous lucrcaso in population.
These things should all be remembered by
those who luclluu to the opinion that
people arc not us good as in olden tlmci,
and that the world Is constantly growing
worse. Another tiling Is certain, that
the public conscience has uiidergono n
decided change; nnd that what was once
considered to be wrong, Is now believed
to bo wrlglit and can be done com
scleutloiisly. Let not, then, striking II
lustrations of depravity in certain parts
of tho country create the Impression thnt
immorality on thu whole is on tho In
crease, but let It ho remembered that the
wickedness of nu net Is to bo measured
by the Incentives there nre to Its commis
sion, nnd that these nre tho greatest
among the few, while among thu vast
body of tho people they nro winding ;
and that as many, If not moro Induce
ments to mornlltv exist now than
ever. n- - Ml
Cairo, May 19, 1870. ,
A. Hallkv. A ;ilnolot or tablo and
nocket cutlery, also "'spades, Bhoi It-
hoes, rakes, fork,axes nnd a general Maty
of hardware jmt recciveu ny a. aiu-y
HQ Commercial avenue a-lB-3ui.
Tlie llrjt meeting of the delegate! re
ccntl) appointed by Mayor Winter to
ainuige lor tho proper celebration of the
coming Fourth of July, wns held In the
council chamber oh Thursday night.
There were more than half the gentle-'
men appointed present. '
Tim meeting, wasealleij f oplcr by
TnybrWlnJor,wb'o mted that tho object
yva to make straiigohlcnts, rorjthc celebra
tion of (lie oiioliunilredlh'.MinlteAnry of
.the national Jiidepciidenco,,the, Fourth ol
July next. He said that the llrst step to
be taken was toward permanent organi
zation, the election of permanent officer
and appointment of committees.
A communication was hero presented
by his honor, from .Mr. Peter Cuhl, the
delegate appointed to confer with the
chamber of commerce, in which ho stated
that as he would be abn-nt from the city
much of the time between now am the
Fourthrlicmlfnor serve, ami ten
dered ld resignation,! which wa no.
cepted, and Mr. Wood l'lttcnhouc was
elected to fill Hip vac nun-
frills honor then slated that tlie first In
nessln 6rdcrrWas tlie erection qft p
4 " -aj-a an rs aiJna
Col. S. S. Taylor wa elected to till that
W. K. Hawkins wa elected secretary,
and Harmon Meyers treasurer.
The chair suggested that the president
be instructed to appoint appropriate
committee:!, consisting of three members
each, and that he report to a meeting to
be called by him for the purpoc of pro
mulgating said committees, ."o that they
could get to work.
On motion the chairman was Instructed
to appoint tho following committees,
consisting of three members each, ex
ccpUBr,thc, finance 'committee, which Is
tocfMlitoj five members', the chairman'
to net as chairman of Wd committee.
On llnanco; 011 programme of the
day; on transportation; 011 park and
grounds ; 011 Invitation ; 011 parade, with
power to uppolnt marshal nnd aid ; on
flreSvorks ; on printing ; on speaker; ; "on
refreshments, and 011 miistc.
Tho secretary was Instructed to notify
Col. Taylor of Ids election, and also to
furnish him with a copy of tho minute
of the meeting, and idso a lltt of tlie del
egates lately nppolntcd by the mayor a ad
On motion, the chairman was Instructed
to call a meeting of the delegates on Sat
On motion, adjourned.
Letter l.ltl. '
The following Is n list of letters re
maining uncalled for In the post office at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois. Satur
day. May 20 :
Ladles Anderson, Mollic; llakcr,
N'clilc; n.irno3 Suau ; Hate, Jemima;
Barber, Annie; Barbcc, Paralco ; Bishes(
Ellen; Colby, Mollic; Cowan, Boltlo;
Cotton, Katie ; Dyer, Pamella; Gain-
packer, Mayriear; Green, Flora;
Hurd. Iantha; Halley, Mary;
Hendrlx, Ev.; Marian. Marlon, 2;
May, Sarah; Moore, Llzic; Mcnton, S.
Newell, Lizzie; Owens, Mollle; Uesse-
ker, S. A ; Robinson, H. I ; ?oms, Lucy
Smith, Annie; Smith, Mary; Shatter,
Annie; Voung, Bell.
Gents. Brewer, Chas ; Baker, Frank
Bell. Harrison ; Barrett. J. II ; Barnes,
Josleh ; Cameron, J..I. andS: Curran
John; Cradilock, Mr; Coleman, Zander .
Chllders, Win; Cae. Zuek; Doby Ar
liter ; Dclmonlco Hotel ; Dcmpsy, John
Dyer, Nathan ; Folwell, Geo. K; Par-
ten, Thos ; High, Ehlon ; Havley, John
Jobc, Andy; Kart.enbcrgcr, A,; Lowe,
Slla?. Mcl.ane, J. K.; Martin, Jen- Mc
Connick.J. C. F.; Perrln, John; Scott,
Elder; Smiley, Alfred J.; Stephney
Henry; Smith, James 11.; Sweeney,
Patick 2; Saunders, T. II.; Sussccn,
Zack T.; Thompson, H. V.; Turner
John; Wilson, Walter. '
Persons desiring any of tho nbovo let
ters should please say "Advertised.''
Uko.W. McKAr.iu, P,
JOHN Q. HASMAN &
2UNVXTAMCKB8, HOTABIES P0BLIO
Land Airenta of the Illlnola Central and
Burlington and Qulncy B. B.
Huslness House lately ocouplud by
Wood ltlttenliouse & Co., on Levee be
low Hth street. llc:it very reasonable!
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, In good order! on Twenty
fourth and Walnut streets. Kent low to
u good tenant.
Two tenements' on west eldn of Com
mercial nvenue near Filth .street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Itent for each, $8
Dwelling house, fi rooms, ou Fifth
street near Walnut, In good repair. Kent
$2.:0 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms nud kitchen,
Twenty-llrst street, near Sycamore
north sUJe. Kent 6, per mouth.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth niiirl'opulnr. Kent low.
Basement of brick building, west sldo
of Washington nvenue near Llghteentli
street, live rooms In good conditlonl
Rent low. " ' . .. ' .
Iliilldlng 011 east sum 01 1 ommerciii
avenue, near Tenth street, Miltnblu for
carpenter shop. Chenp rent.
Building on west side of Commercial
nvenue, near Twelfth street, Old I'Clty
Hall." Rent very low.
Tenement?, rflllers nml rooms hi vari
ous lacalions. ItenU low.
Lots nnd lands for snle or lense;
John Q.'Hahkan Co.,
Ileal Kstote.Agjtf..corner Sixth aw.
i.evee sirecm. -
. i.L.l r B..14 L
prto (W BO) at the Buwx o"fflie.
i VS"a DxriatUKtT, i:itn nro
Clactn Ball. '
in..-, - - 1
Hathvlfla ,t,i, yijVsr'l
New Oi It-no.
MlfliiW lilfdi ttali-rfif ISTI.
I A MRS W A WON,
SerKtant, Slitii.il -i-Mlie, ,
Steamer Jns. Flk. Pndiicnh.
" T. T. Hlllmaii, Nalill!e.
Stenmer Ja. Fik. Pndiicnh.
" T.T. Hllhuau, Nahvllle.
The Hlllmaii brought from Nashville
7 hhils tobacco 11ml a lot of pig iron lor
The Flsk frbiri P.nlttcali had :I7 hhds
tobacco lor the South, and a talr trip ot
I he account of thu Pat Cleburne til.
aster, ns published hi yesterday's lm
or tlie lit'i.i.r.ri.v was nearly correct.
Thu nils-lug ones not named, were near
ly nil rescued.
Vie were mistaken nbouttbe Tom
Sherlock not paying her wharhige,
suited In yesterday's Issue. Wo leafn
that she has settled for every lauding nt
this wharf, and wu hatcn to correct our
The Atlantic and barges were booked
to leave lor New Orlea-s.lat nlglit. A
barge containing 800 hogsheads of to
bacco, and about 1"0 tons ol other freight
weru added to her tow here.
-it Is thought, now that the Pat Cle
burne, has gone, that Ibe Cairo and
Kvausvllhs packet company will bring
back the Idlcwlldc.
It was awfully dull nu the lewe yes
MONDAY, MAY 22, 1876.
Prices h-n n -d.
.yents prm-nrnl nt llarlinin'i.
. .UITCIIEI.I.. II. II.
, IIIIIIIIIAII, II.
Dra. MITCHELTi &; BRIGHAM,
tCjKdiil all.nll.iii uiiru to .-jiirgcry unit
the trrntiuent of Cbrnuio I)..iuse9. i-'.ti-lin
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wtiolerule and Uclall Dr.lrra In
Foreign nnd Doniostlc
WI?ii:S OF IiIMN,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoe,
MK8S!t. f JHTII A CO. have roiuUnlly
tt larre Block or the In-at gwnl-1 U10 mar
ket, and Kivee-jieciul altrnlluu lollm uliuli-Mle
ranch of the bulneJA,
Akin dS. Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
10S Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, IIX8.
EJ-Tuosc favortiiR u with tlu-lr imlniiuKO
win nun a coniiii'iv I'noor kuous irnm wiuui i
St. Ottarles Hotel,
PRICES REDUCED TO SUIT THE TIKE.
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Eoom and Beard, 3d Floor 12 .00 J?er Day
SpaoUl Rata by Week or Mouth.
A limited number of xery ilealmble tnmlly
roniiid can be hccuml atn-anoimblu rukulortlie
'I he at Ui.iiIimI thu liirtit uml beat aupoint
eilllouiu in hoiilliiru lllliiols, unit i thu It-uilinir
hotel In Cairn. NotullllatumliiiK, tho ''Hut
ltuck" itiliictlou In jirliei, lliu labbviwlll, at
luuul, be itbt-mlly aitl'lillcl will" Ibc xeryU'it
olcM-rytliluit Unit inn be liiiiiiil lit market.
Hue Ui ne uiiiile room lur i-omtiierclul tmr
eU'ru. on Kroiiml lloor, I'meofcbun;;-
th?1,0.e.l WTt..,.,t cl.Ur.
-B 1VI X I XL XI
Straw II Feli Ms
!I03 S. llllNlri'l, Nt. I.iul, Mo.
I fulfill.' I'slulilulmifiit of Hie Went Itl.E nil"
1NU, UVlMi, AtVlXIUNU. ami all klml' ol
Milliner' Work dam-promptly. I'liuterlHocLH
foralr. I barRi'a paht on booiU Kent in. rn,
i'jv I'liUti. .2i.il...Mlm
The lant eluinre for Kpoii aKricullntal
'lua Yeaus' Chkdit, at ti. in" cknt
any rluk. bntlfo l ronnirv thai law
'a to tWgoo V?.t jonr f.tre" by
H 3a t.H rrtlllP. U. A 31a ICa U.a
i-ton. lowatandi.lv-ft l'y "
and NeTiraika -arinr, with rnan or lamw, u
ow rouuu trip rate. " " "
x-j. 1 - "
j Ym( ai th. VUW pmmVc, u.
IT. I IK,
. , , HAW K4.
tX lb, V
City National Bank
Mii'iiV A.'-V! $'li'nl.
WAI.TKU 1IVHI.JJ1V A "i C.hler.
?.' SrAAi. Tatwii, It . CnanHoiiAii;
II I.. irAt.i.irur. w. I' ii.,,,,...
o. l. WiLLiAiitnu. srerut nmn. '
a, II, .S.irForn,
Exchange, Coin andTTnltod Stutiatj
uonaa Mugni ana Bum.
DEL-OSITS rccelrca and a ftccrat tmnklas
bnalaaaadoiw. - . "
Neff, Vlre I'rau'l.
II Weill, falil-r.
T..I. Kerlh, AimI'-mI.'X
Mil wm wi
Corner Commercial Avo. atnl 8th Streetf
r. llroM, 1'alru, Wui. Kluire, Cairn,
I'. Niir, Uilro. Wm Woll'e, l alrix
A . S'll.nnU, Cairo, It. I,. nillinMlpy,!t. I .on It,
K. llmler, i-lilm. II. Well, ;olro.
V II. Itrlnkm.111, t. Iiuta,
. lieiieinl Uniikllis; Ituolncaa lion.
-Kxchanpv iotil nml linulit , Jntarett i Jd
n the SairlnKi llqmrtincnt. I'ollrcnoaa In.n'.a,
i ml nil l)'ilnt-a- inunilly atle mleil lo.
CHARTERED MARCH 21', 1869
Oil' V NATIONAL BANK.CAIEO
A IS. HAFFUUI). President.
. S.S TAYI.Ult, VicelTeMifent.
W. IIY.4I.Ol', hec'vandXrwuurcr,
I'.W. lUncLAY, Chad. Oalicihii,
V. SI Stockflktii, I'alxO. Hciicii,
It. II Ctnt.-u.vniiAU, II I. IlALI.IDAY,
J. M. 1'iuu.irii.
LN'I KItKsT I'ttl'l on ilepoattn at the rate ol it
icr rent per annum, March 1M anil Spn ia
)vr Int. lnti'rrt not wlll.Uniwn U ailileil liuina
lUlvly lo the principal of Uio depoiiu, thcrtby
living them roinuolinit Inlercat.
Uarriod Women And Children m-ir
Doposit Monoy and no ono
olso can draw it.
0ien errry bulnrilay rromM.m. to 3 p.m.
t '. .-utniiluy evening for rnvlnga Uepoalta only
mm i; to S o'clock
W. UYSr.OP. Traaenror.
rho Pcoplo's Romody.
Tho Univorsal Pain Ext actof.
Note: Aak for Poad'a Extract.
Take no other.
"Hear- for I will uneak of excellent thlna.'
liiJnrlCK to llan or 1Ih4T,
HtruliiM, Spralnt, ConVl-
Krneluren, Culii, Ijci --
tl or Inclaett WoumU
Illredliii; l.uiigM, ir
Sohu lllet-U, and llle4
Ina Gumi nr Teeth.
Vntnillniraf Hlaoila ii
IMlea - UkcJIuc I'll, a.
Uliuil rilea, imtalllDle )
rulla, SwelleU Face.
tic swell lac or .iorvneji.
llaTMvaa o-.,.aoremf ,
i.uiuoaKO, umt uavK.
Vuret Ttaruwt orOulimf,
Store or Infliunol Kyca a
Nerei Nl !, InBiunaJ
1'itliifiil ur too fro f
Milk "., OTarian DU-
rawi mul -rumoni.
S ravel anil Stran-urr.
Ctiaaliiaa ami Kxcorla
uoni or turanii, or
VurlrnNO Velua, K
InrKeU orlnfiameil Velm.
Ulrt ra. Old Horea, Inti-r
' i ran
tloila, Carlmnclea, To-
iiiors. Hot HweUlmrs.
Conaa and Bsnloua, Cliaf.
eil or Sore Keet,
i-ltnlluyfa.llaniesa or Sud-
1'elon orWbltlow, Fron.
MoUllo Bllea. Ina.
SlinKt, Cliapiied llamlt .
POMU'K KX'i'UACrr Ii for tale by all
all OrnggliU, I'hyalclans, and e-rj-hoily
who line ever ul It.
emiiuhlel contutnlnit lllitory and llnei mill
ed free on applicutiou, ll'uot I'ouud at yoUC
New York nail l.ondou.
Milaimil iu the 1'nltiKI
Stain, uanaua, ami n
rulK I lt rin aa low jm
iliixeofauy other rtUa-
hle hoiite. LorrriiKia.
Uenrt! iiiTtcil In the Enf
wiin. insntor, At
w h ihoe who liave hail their canea rejecieu IM
IhehaniU otolher attorneva. in rejer.ien !
!vfil leea are realonalile, and no charge U Hilda
nlran we aru uoiTifiil.
ir vtiii waul a lift.
tueieui ami a
Ill make aa
exajuinationat the pilent orlloe. and It we jhla
i. ...... ...i.i will Tt.t.l vntt ...iuir. ana ailrlaeu
and Bmwcute yonr cane. Our fee will be In or
illMrjr caaea, . , , , r.
ilUiay caaea, . ,.,. in .iieri
lion, at, u.J
tO&?tffiVo?jri4 Ke'ift i
- u.-a. n.. vaaatjinoa. v. u.