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Real Estate Colum
Alexander county lands, Cairo lots
in exchange for St. IOtiU property.
The couth liatf of the "Pilot" Iioiimi nt
Cottage) on Fourth Htrtrf, between
Commercial and Waahington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, west of Wl
nut street, $12 CO.
Cottage' on Fourteenth itrtef, trait
or Watilngton avenue, $11
.Saloon and fixtures, noulhwi-xt corn
er Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west of
'oinmerclnl avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Crom kti-ect, we
ol Washington avenue.
lliiilnewhoucon l.uvee street, uhovt!
A goo cottage on Twenty-Ninth
ln-et, near Coiuinerclal nvciiue.
Htore room on Commercial avenue,
text to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of i rooms on Twenty-third
ittcef, $0. (ood yard and cistern.
Uood dwelling house on Walnut, be
tween Twcnty-seennd and Twenty-lh'.rd
Store-room eomer Twentieth and
l'o)ar streets, $12 UK
Store room adjoining altove, $8.
House on Commercial avenue, near
llitli street. Suitable for business and
I welling, $1.".
-Tenements iiumlierctl 7, 8 and
(J, Winter's Itow. 0 rooms each for $10
per month. Will be put In HrtcJa.
Storu room in "Pilot House," lately
iccunied by A. Halley.
Dwelling houe on Sixth street and
letferson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and preml
vs. Kent low, to n good teiunt.
Store room, comer Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
itooms In various parts ol the city.
FOR J.EASKOlt 8AI.K.
l.and, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Vlraam Malalur Brr
at tiin Thalia saloon, opposite the
I KTIN ofllef.
Vienna ftalvalor Krr
itl the Thalia saloon, opposite the Ht'i.
tin ntllce. tf
Ski: Koch. C. Koch, at his shop and
store room, No. IS) Commercial avenue,
lias for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
bis own make ; alio a lull stock of leather
and findings tor sale; and a
large stock of St. louls cus
tom made Uwts und shoes. He
keeps the best material and is up in all
the latest tyli-. ills tits are perfect, and
atltfactloii is gu.irautceil. Give him a
Mt ! Sial
Wanted in lllinlos lor the new lllu--tratrd
Thistle Kdltlon of Sir Walter
m-oU'a Waverly novels and other popu
lar publications. Liberal inducements to
iood agents. Send lor circular and
terms to W. II. Kaston & Co.. 125 Clark
stieel, Itooni 7. (Thiragn. l-27-eod-lm
WhI ! Wond !
For :tli at $1 50 per load. Htove wood.
i:ivvi-il and split, $1 per cord. Four foot
wood, $3 50 ht con), delivered in any
part ol the city. Itlg lot of Move wood
oil hand. Leave orders at No. .'II F.lghth
-treet, and they will receive prompt at
tention. 5-i:t-1m. F. W. W.osn.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
Miiploye of Thk lttji.i.p,Ti.v, utiles' the
aim is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
puny, and we will accept no orders given
by mi employe of the company, lor any
I'AIKO IHII.I.KTIN COMPANY. -4-1
November 10. 1875. tt H
Onlriiulal Herr llnll-Onr Nnluaa,
Fted Holheln. has newly lilted up his
place in the most bcatitilul and uinguill
cent tit vie, and Is the handiest and coolest
place in the city lor comfort in warm
weather. He has also a private room for
ladles, Maturate from the bur room, and
will try to make It as comfortable for his
fiiitomcrri its possible, and will
try to treat everybody with re
seot. He will also have on baud the
liest brands ot cigars; liquors and wines,
and other cool drinks which the Centen
nial times require. He will ubo have
luuch ut all hours day ami night, and a
big Centennial glass of lager beer always
on hand, cool and creamy, which can't
belieat in Cairo. lie will have on hand
In the restaurant fine Swiss cheese, l.lm
berger cheese, hand cheese, Holland her
i lug, sardines, sardelles, anchovlcs.cavlar.
pigs' feet, sour tongue, pickled tongue
pickled eels, sandwiches, and all other cat
Ibles In the market. Conic and glvo him
A Hm, I Jjtunitry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial avc-;
lines, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In the ;lty, and land
lords of hotels and boarding bouses will
ilnd It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices am as follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per down. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 15c; per
dozen, 80c; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c;
two handkerchiefs, 5c; vests, 20c; ami
all gentlemen' irwir, 80cs per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dreseg,25c; calico
dresses with extra trlirolngi, 60c; white
dresses, $1 25o ; ladies' iinderwarc, fine
and coarse, 00 per dozen. 1-23-tl.
The undersigned is prepared to pump
out and repair cisterns or build new ones
on short notice and at satisfactory prices.
J, S. Hawkins,
2:id and Cedar streets. Postofllce lox
Fifty cents, t winter's Galleryi
W'e ar atithorited to annonnee JOHN II,
iiuiunsun asaeamiKia-eror nnmtror .n
ander county, at the coming county election.
We areautliorltrd to announce that It. A. Kit
munition I an Independent HepMbllcati candl
dale tor MieslO, at the mining county tin lion
tt'e n- authotited toannounce I'KTKKH Atll",
iur bii iwirpvnurm ranuuiaia lor fficria 01 Al
exander county, atthr entuinR county election
ASC'AI.ON 1AU10K, NO. M.
Knifhl of Pythlu, inert erery frl
iUy night at half-put tweeti. in Odd-
Kellow' IUII. Ifowr,
Im AI.KXANOKIl I.OIK1K, NO. 2J4.
aBk Indrtndent Order or Odd-irl-lm
lown, iwtU every '1 UurtlT night
IKK kt lulr-liutHVrn, In th.'lr htllon
iiLim rclul ttveuiiv, ltwccn Mlath ani 8rrntb
:rr:ti 1IA I.Aua, N U
"1.VIUO KNOAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. t.. mwt
.ii) Oilit-rrlluw' IUII on the llntuiil third
I iicjwUy In every month, at half-at nevrn
J.iu II Uumats, CP
UAIIIOLUIMiK. NO.W7.A.K. 4 A. II.
14r llohlnuular communlutloni In kta-Jt-K
ionic Hull, comer mmrrclal avcnM
' 'imI Klghlli atrrel, on the cconl and
ourth MouiUv or each month.
ATM r AnVRRTININM.
CJ-AI1 Mill for adve rtliing, are due and y
able in ADVANca
Tranilrat adterlUIng will 1 Innrrted at th
rate of II W periuiuure fortlw drat inmtion
and M cenU fur each ubiciuent one A lltxral
lincannt will r made on lUtidlng amldliiil
For Inserting runrral notice 1 ( Notice of
meeting of aocletlra or tcctrt orJtri So rnt for
Cbutch, .Society, VrttlTal and ."iujiir not !
Will only beloterted a ailTertlMments
No adrertliement will be received at leu than
Wcctiti, and no advettlnement will Inscrtnl
for lthn three dollars per month
Local Baalnaaa Motlcaa. of
tan Una or more, InaarMd
In tha BulUttn ma foUowa :
Commanca Cosntloc at tan XJnaa.
On Insertion par Una 3 Oanta
Twotnaarttonaparlina 7 Oanta
Thraa inaarttona per Una 10 Oanta
Six Inaarttona par Una - 16 Oanta
Two weeks per Itne SB CenU
One month per line -...36 Oanta
No Reduction will be made In above
St'NDAY. MA V 21, 1670.
I-eenl Wtalktr Bepert.
Ciiao, III., May an, la7S.
Tina, Ham. I Tua I Wind. I Vel. I Wiatii
an. TO I 7Se
o 1 1 tt j
tv '.'M i c
'l ii. m.
frrgraut, 6lgnalHrrYlc, I'. H. A.
Stock of Drj Goods at very low prices
at 5-lJ.lm. C. junnvV.
Large stock ot Carpet j oMcring very
cheap at 5-14-lm. C. Hannv's.
Pnlteriia for She iJMllee.
.Iii't received a large aortment of
llazaar Ololtc Fitting Patterns, tlie bet
fitting In U'e, at lm. C. Han.nv's
Linen tllire, plate flnlth, letter and note
paper at the Hi'i.i.ktin ofllce. Hlucand
cream laid, lclow St. Louis iriee.
All immediate settlement of all ac
ounts due the lirm ot Stuart t niioUou
Is demaiided. All bills not paid 011 or
before June lt, will be placed for col
lection. Sti aiit & (!iioi.on.
Just Ukckiveii A. Halley has just
recclvctl a tine lot of canary and mock
ing bird cage, Mower stands, llower
trainers, baskets, 'archer, hcartx and
wreathe, which he has marked very low,
at 115 Commercial avenue. 2-lS-Hin.
Mrs. Stewart, having moved to the
large frame 'house at the comer of Sev
enth street and Washington avenue, will
board and lodge good reliable persons,
at $20 per month. Itooms large and
TI12 Centennial Itcfrigerator the latest
improvement and the bet ever made ,
also a line assortment of hardware and
cutlery at greatly reduced prices, ut A.
1 1 alleys, No. 115 Commercial avenue.
Hitota; and hhoea.
Large stock of Ladles, and Children" .
Hoots and Shoes at low price, at
5-11-1 til. Cl Iannv's,
For 11 clea.i thave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to J.
George Stclnhowe on Klghth street,
Alexander County Hank building. His
shop Is always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
Ids tables covered with the latest dally
papers, for the benefit of his customers.
SoMKTitiNii Nkw. The lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater,
the latest and the best ever made, at A.
Halicr'a. who U now selling his large
stock ot stoves, tin and brittaua ware at
greatly roduccd prices. Give him n call
before you purchase, 115 Commercial
The Reaaon. Wliy S iiiiillH Hltoulil lie
rnirnimrii in iur ir Buelnrsa.
To the CIHriiH of Cairo;
I propose entering the Ice hushics
in Cairo, and have already received my
llrst car load, llelieving that If the peo
pie of Cairo understood this matter, I
would receive a lair share ot their pat
ronage, 1 havn chosen tins ineinoti 01
bringing It to their notice, it any one
firm had a monopoly in sugar or coffee,
thev would lm able to set their own
prlecB, and consumers would bo com-
nelletl to tiny them. The citizens of
Cairo know as well as I can tell them,
what Is to their interest, and what, will
tend to kcop such a necessity as lew has
become, at n fair and living rate, mid I
leave the matter In their hands.
0.18 fit. It. J. CtlNIUIT.
Thirty thousand Just received ,at the
I Bvuktin ofllce.
reuoto Oliar ' '4
At Haul II.Hchuh'afor five cents.
1'ilnts and .Muollns still cheaper at
5-ll.lni. C. Hannv's.
I.lnen Damask Napkins and Towel-
lug otleilng at reduced prices at
5-1 1-1 in. ('. Hannv'h.
The Mepf rl.
Thereiortofthe7oinmtttetj on Taxa
tlou will appear In the Kui.lktin Tues
Try the (Hobs five cent cigar at J'aul
Fred Hoflheinz says he has the best
beer hi Cairo, ir you don't believe
it cull on him at "Our Saloon.''
Mr. and Mrs. Saftord.Mr. W. I. Hal
llday, Mrs. Massey, of Chicago and Mr.
mid Mrs, John II. Obcrly, who went
.South some two weeks ago, returned via
the Mississippi Central train last night-
On and alter this date C. W. Wheeler
tt t-'o. will ofler cord wood at $3 50 ner
cord; same sawed and split, $5 00: sin
gle loads $1 75 per load. Strictly cash.
Si ri Iron Wanlrd,
Wanted, 500 tons of scrap lron In
tons lots for cash.
V til CAN MANlTACTt.'ltINd Co.
47 McLeans' Ulock, St. I.ouls, Mo,
Cottage on Tenth street, south s'de,
lietwecn Walnut strecc and Washington
avenue, w ill be let until 1st of November,
to a good tenant. Inquire at lii'i.i.i.HN
office. K. A. Hrnsi-.TJ.
The MlaialrrU Bouaay Xlahl.
Harry Itoblnson's minstrels willapear
at the Atheneum 011 Monday night. The
troupe has been reorganized since Its lat
visit to Calro.lmd greatly improved in
many parts, and it Is said to now tic otic
of the very best componles on the road.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Vashington avenue, is open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
It-25-tf A. Knot:, Proprietor.
A Cairo Lodge No. 237, A. F. and
Xaf A. M will hold a regular com
tutinlcation at Masonic hall, to'
morrow (Monday) e veiling at 8 o'clock
Members mid vi'ltor arc fraternally In
vited to attend. W. A. Si.oo, Sec'y.
It. J. Cunditr has ust received a car
load or Dubuque Ice, and will continue
to receive lee throughout the entire sea
son to supply the Jobbing and retail
trade. 1 Ic respectfully solicits a share of
your patronage. Ice depot, No. 17,
Klghth street. 5-17-tf
The Taylor Literary Club, witli ft big
party of friends, and the National Cornet
and string band, went to Mound City on
the Steamer Three States last eveuing,
where the club gave a inlntrel perform
ance at Sioke's hall. The Mound City
people were looking forward to a great
treat, and they undoubtedly got It.
For the place to buy lumber cheaply.
go to J. S. McGahcy, corner of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, where
he Is locating his new lumber yards, and
during the month w ill be prepared to fur-
ilh all kinds of building material.
All tho down stairs and part of the bar
room fixtures ot the house now occupied
by Frit. Sliceler, on Washington ave
nue near the Catholic church, will lie
for rent alter the 27th inst. Inquire on
the premises up stairs.
Mn. L. J. Itviivi:.
Just received, n largo stock ol Shaw's
Refrigerators, mid White -Mountain triple
motion, Icecream freezers ; also a large
supply of wire screen cloth for doors
and windows, all at rock-bottom prices.
c. V. Hkniuuison.
Comer 12th street and Commercla
Wu call nttentlou to the card ot tho
Cairo Medical and Surgical Institute, lit
an other column, me institute was
opened in Cairo by Drs. Mitchell and
lirlgham, Its proprietors, only n rew
weeks ago, and lias proved a successful
undertaking. Hoth tlicso gentlemen
stand high in their profession In tho
treatment of chronic diseases, and
we predict for them and the Cairn Medi
cal Institute a successful career.
The Hoyal cigar, sold by Paul H.
Schiih, is the smoker s favorite. Try
''! Mllir Cornet Hand.
Tho Knights Templar, we are Informed,
have secured the servlcos of the old Mt
vcr Cornet hand, to furnish music for
their paradu on Ascension day. The
Silver Cornetera nrn ii most excellent or
ganization, and discourse the sweetest ot
music, mid will no doubt give their
hearers on that day an exhibition of their
abllltv. If they would but favor
the people with an open air concert '.now
and then, tho pepl would appreciate
their worth more than they do.
A. llAii.KV.-A :tlnelot of tablo and
pocket cutlery, also spades, sIioycIs
hocs, rakes, forks.axes and a general line
of hardware Jutt recelvedliy A.'llalloy,
115 Commercial avenue 2-18-3ui.
' Bernocratlo Coamtv Canvamion.
There will be Democratic Ainu Con
ventiou held at the court house- In Cairo,
on Monday, 20th day of May, at 1 o'clock
p.m., for the purpose of appointing dele
gates to tlie Wale, congressional and sena
torial district convention, and to' select n
a new county committee.
Uy order of County Democratic Com
mlttee. M. it. llsnniai , Chairman.
After She Festival
At the UpUcopal church festival tho
young 'people present unable to resist
the temptation of dancing, formed them
selves jn setts In the specious hall next to
the festival room, and were about to be
gin the tripping ot the1 light fantastic,
when they were Informed that the lady
managers of the affair did not approve ol
their intention. The dancers wero great
ly dlsappointcd,;bttt submitted gracefully
to tlie request of the managers, and ad
journed to the rooms of tlie Taylor Lit
erary club, whero they spent a mot
plea'aut hour and dispersed.
The Th Mat.
Type setting on the delinquent tax
list began In the IIui.i.ktin olllcc yester
day morning. Tills will be (ho largest
list ever published In Southern Illinois
and when finished will require seven
pages of this paper to print It. It is a
stupendous piece ot work, and will re
quire the labor, both night and day, of
every printer In the establishment, as
well as the editors and the proprietor,
and . beg the Indulgence ol
our readers '.for the ne.xt few days it the
Bui.i.r.Tiv falls short of Its" usual excel'
Dom Pedro, emperor of Hrazll, and
suite, passed this port on the elegant
steamer Grand Kcpuhllc, for New Or
leans yesterday morning at seven o'clock.
Quite a number of ieoplu visited the boat
to take a look at hhn. Hesat in the cabin
of the boat, apparently much interested
in letter writing, and paid but little at
tention to the bystanders, never once
taking his eyes from his sheet ot paper.
He Is a very ordinary looking Individual,
ol medium helghth, rather heavy let,
with dark complexion and gray beard
and hair, and resembles the late Gcnerj
llobcrt K. Lee, abeut the heau alio Ure
The Cairo Alexander Hunting Club
propose to celebrate Sunday, the 2Hth
instant, in the groves opposite Cairo in
Kentucky, in a becoming manner worthy
the celebrated huntcts of Kentucky.
Professor Klzcnburg's full siring
and brass band have Ijecn engaged.
A steamboat will ply regularly lietwecn
Cairo and the Kentucky shore through
out the day. Fare forth? round trip
25 cents. This club is composed of the
true ami brave stalwart men f Cairo,
and anything they undertake vlll be
sure to succeed. See programmes for
particulars. Curtis Oiuit,
F. W. Stiiautz,
Committee of Arrangements.
The Golden Buckle cigar at Paul II.
Schuh's are going oil" like hot cakes.
They can't lie beat.
The Late Alexander Blackliiirne.
We clip the following extract from tlie
Lock Haven. Pa.. Democrat, in regard to
the death of Mr. Alexander Hlackburne,
who died at the Planters Jloti?e, In this
city on tlie Oth instant, in addition to
the gratitude expressed In this extract for
thoe who cared for Mr. Illackbunic dut
Ing his Illness here, Mr. Itexlord, pro
prietor of tho Planters' House, has re
ceived a number ot of very kind letters
from the relatives of the deceased In
Lock Haven. Tho Democrat says : "On
the Gth Inst., In Cairo, 111., Mr. Alexan
der Hlackburnc departed thU life, ag4d
31 years, 2 months atid 21 days. De
ceased closed out his boot and shoe store
here about the llrst of April, and started
several days since for tlie Hot. Springs,
Arkansas, hoping to receive relief there
from the severe rheumatism that had
been allllctlng him and disabling hhu for
active duty. He had been a great suflcrcr
for some time. He took a steamboat at
Pittsburg, and not being nblu to go
farther than Cairo, ho there laid up and
died among strangers. It Is believed
that he was most kindly treated and al
done lor him that could be. Deceased
was a brother of Mr. Thomas Illackbntno
and of Mrs. G1 O. Delse, aud was or
pleataut disposition and'klnd heart. -
There will be the ' rcgulat Sunday
services at the German Lutherh church,
Thirteenth street, between Washington
avenue and Walnut street, at half-past
ten. this morning, conducted by the ltcv.
Tho Kov. Mr. Gilbert will conduct
services as usual at the Church of tho
Redeemer, Fourteenth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street,
this morning and evening. Seats free.
The subcct of the evening's sermon will
be "Jealousy." All are cordially Invited
--There will be the usual services at tho
Presbyterian church, Klghth street, be
tween Washington avenue and Walnut
street at the usual hours this morning aud
ovenliiff. Tho subject of the evening"
sermon will be "Presumptuous Slns.'s
and the young people of the city arocs
neclnllv Invited to be present.
The itev. J. D. Glllhom will condiis
services as usual, atthoMcthodlstehurch
cornor ol Eighth nnd Walnut streets, this
morning-and evening. The subject ot
Mr. Glllliam's morning sermon will bo
"Church Fellowship." Every memlier
itrtlin church Is earnestly requested to be
present. Tho subject of tho evening dis
course will be "The Two Patliway"
Heats free all the time. A cordial Iwvltt-
also It extended to the public.
, --There will be Sunday school At all
the above named churches at the usual
SAINT CHARLES HOTEL.
NiiKnllleenl Improt emeiita al the Sit.
rnarlea t'onteniplated-New Paaaen-
fera-.Sfaale for filnaier-Hag'nlHeeiil
'onalalna Plenaiirn Bnala lor
Uaeaia, Kir. Kir.
It Is anticipated by all iiotcl men. that
this, the Centennial year will prove a
bonanza to IhoSe engiged hi tlie bttst
ness. Thousands of loVclgncrs will Hock
toour shores for the first time, arid will
spread over tho country llko locusts
In Kgypt. In anticipation of this vast
Influx of visitors, the enterprising pro
prietors ol tho St. Charles hotel, Messrs.
Jcwctt Wilcox & Co., have resolved to
"put their house in order" and to make
many and expensive improvements in
in their hotel for the pleastiru and com
fort ol their patrons. Among others it is
contemplated putting in a new and
MAflNIIICir.NT l-ASSKNOKIl lM.KV.U Oil.
run by Hydraulic power and similar to
the one now In use at tho Mntlell Hotel
at St. Louis said to be the finest and
and fastest elevator fclu the country.
ThlslevatorHlJi)rovea great conven
lenee particularly.-' toJhe-gWs ntul pa.
troiis on the upper floors.
The large and spacious dining-room
(which Is now one of the heat lighted and
ventilated rooms of the kind in tlie State)
will undergo a thorough transformation,
The celling will be beautifully painted,
frescoed while the jiancla on the sides of
the room will be painted and decorated
with game prices by an experienced ar
tist hi this particular line of business An
KNTIIILLV NKW ANK XOVKI.
method of producing a cool drought of
air through the entire room during the
hotteStdays of slimmer wilt be Introduced
by means of a scries ot iron pipes with
fun like apartures inserted at the top and
bottom of the walls on each side of tlie
room, the machinery -for the working
of which is to intricate to attempt to ex
plain in tills present article. Negotiations
are now pending for the services of Prof.
CEI.KBIIATF.U SILVl It I1C.I.CI0S IIAN1
which will discourse sweet music , each !
day during the dinner hour, and at the
weekly hops and promouadu concerts,
which will be given during tlie entire sea
son lor the use ol the guests of tlie house
its patrons. New Brussels carpets
will adorn the floors of the spacious par
lors, while the wldo and airy corridors
will 1e given over to tlie painters, who
will have a "carlo blanclio" to improve
them to the tidiest extent of their ability.
Should the Increase ot travel justify the
MAONIKICKST MAUlil.K POt.'NTAIN
will be erected In the open court on the
south side of the dhilntr room. The
water for the fountain will be supplied
from an artesian well sunk upon the
premises; In the basin, among other rare
and curious specimens of the finny tribe,
will be found large numbers ot
from the mystic lake In the recesses of
the Mammoth Cave in Kentucky. Vari
ous abortive attempts have been made
heretofore to perpetuate this singular
specimen aboyc tlie surface of the earth'
but so far wo believe they have proved
unsuccessful. A careful chemical analy
sis of tho water which underlies this good
city ol Cairo, has shown that It contains
many of the properties contained in tho
lake at tlie cave ; hence the feasibility of
the present experiment. Large colls of
pipe will tic placed under the loiintaln
through which cold air will bo forced by
the same machinery which ventilates the
dining room, by which the right temper
ature of the water will be maintained
during the summer month. It Is also
fontemplated to build a
on the bank ot the river directly in trout
of tho Hotel to which will be attached
numerous pleasure boats both tor sailing
and rowing for tho use and pleasure of
tho guests and patrons of the hottic ; for
whlchjuo charge will be made. I n fact no
pains or expense will bo spared to make
the stranger and tourest feel at home
should he stop oyer at this favorite "halr
way houso" between the cities of Chicago'
St. Louis and New Orleans. Notwith
standing tlie Immense, outlay tho prices
will remain at the late
IIKIl ItOCK NKprtfriON.
A few choice family rooms fronting on
on the Ohio river cau bo secured for the
summer months if applied for in season,
also n very limited number of day board
ers will be taken at the old rates. Other
Improvements are projected of which we
shall give our readers duo and timely ho
tlce. For tho present we will only say
Vivi: la St. Cham.es."
Dr. Nage's Catarrh Remedy
is no patent mcdielno humbug, got up to
dune tho Iguorant and credulous, nor is
It represented ns being "composed of
rare and precious substances urougnt
Irom tho four corners ol the earth, car
ried seven times across the great desert
ofSaharaontho backs of fourteen cam
els, nnd brought ncross the Atlantic
ocean on two ships." It is a le,
mild, soothing remedy, a perfect speclllo
for Catarrh and "Cold In tho Head;" al
so for otlenstve breath, loss or Impair
ment of the sense of smell, taslc, or hear
ing, watery or, weak eyes, pain or pres
sure In the head, when caused, as they
all not unfrequcntly are, by tlie violence
of Catarrh. (3i)-5-dXw-lw.
ilnlnir ta Knuana or ColorHde.
Tate'tlio1" A'fcliisdu, Tdpcka an3 SauTa
Fo railroad, tho uew and popular line
Irom Atchison and Kansas City, via tliu
beautiful Arkatuas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City,
Ciicliarus, Del Norte, Santa Fo and all
points In Colorado, Now Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip W day tick
ets to Denver on alo May liili, tit itMt
taking In the famous watering places on
tho l.''r'6;'roai; -Lovvemigttmt
rates to Uio8iuiJuanHihivj3 ,,.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
the Mlasourl.rlver and tltt) Jtocky MOU
tains vriHWt .... t'I.oo,mild
nmdo'UtSkiriaai Cftv M Otchli
unto.? ok2rirl tttiU 'time
SHU ii0 "jjan j'uan gniuw, nxumw,
Gen. Puss. Agt. Topekn, Kan.
..... . ii. II .,l,Mu
H'ab IlsrARtMixr, Ktvae turner,
, Kivae turner, I
Atay go, .tfrj J
t.ow WAtrfa. ciiAmiK.
rt ix, i-t."" iv
7., , I - n
7 I" In
SI X -II II
II til I
:u s ii
a I - I i
Senteant, Signal Hrrrlee, II. .1. A.
Steamer .las. Flk, Paducah.
" Jno. It. Maude.St. Louis.
" Grand Hcpublle, St. Loul.
' Andy Itatim, Cincinnati.
Tow-boat Nellie Sneers, New Orlean.
Steamer Jus. Fik. Paducah.
" Jno. B. Maude, St. Lonl.
" Grand Uepuldle, New Orleans
" Andy Baum, Memphis.
Tow-boat Nellie Spcers, Cincinnati.
Ja. Gllmore. St. I.onl.
The river last evening was H7 feet,
Hit-. inches on th? guage having fallen 18
Inches during tho nrcv out 21 hour.
The weather was very calm and hot and
a thunder shower of some magnitude
passed to the north of in at I, o'clock
Business is very dull.
-The Vint Sltinkle will pass for Cin
The Great Kcpuhllc added 75 tons of
treignt hero and cleared for the South
with a.WW tons. She trot awavso carli-
that only a lew of our neonlo hail the
pleasure ol boardln? her, and Ills Mnjes-
ty, uoiii reuro, was. lor once at oast.
spared the gazo of the curious and the
jostlo of a crowd.
Tho, Nellie Sneers has a tow of emiitv
oarges for Pittsburg.
Ilie Jno. B, Maude was well laden
and made additions here for tho South.
The scholars of Miss Thompson's
room accompanied by many relatives
and friend, engaged In a romp
near Fort Jefferson. The nartv
were conveyed to the plcnlcing grounds
on the ferry-boat Three States. Wild
fern of many varitics grow in perfection
at Fort Jefferson. ' . "
JOHN a. HARM AN. &
-0NVKYAMCEK8. H0T1K1M PUBLIC
Land Asenta of tha IUlnola Central and
jrarungTon ana wuincy a. H.
Business House lately occupied by
Wood Rlttenhouso & Co., on Levee be
low 14th street. Heat very reasonable.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, in good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut street.. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on west side of Com
tnerclal nvciiue near Firth street, suitable
tor shop and dwelling. Bent foreach, $S
Dwelling house, i rooms, on Fifth
street near Walnut, In good repair. Bent
$12.50 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms nnd kitchen,
Twcnty-llrst street, near Sycamore
north side. Rent $, per month.
Two small )ioucs, northwest corner
Fifteenth nndPopulat. Kent low.
Basement of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near Eighteenth
street, five rooms In good couditionl
Building on east side of Commercla
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Building on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Rent very low.
Tenements, olllces and rooms In vari
ous lacations. Rents low.
Lots anil lands for sale or lease.
John Q. Haiima.v t Co.,
Real Kstato Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. Il-lo-tf
MONDAY, MAY 23, 1816.
Prices as tttuaL Heata rrbouroil at Itartman'u
etnre. .101, C1I1C.VET,
, W. MITCIUM., M, n, II. 8. IIHiailAK, M. P.
Bra. MITCHELL & BRIGHAM,
O-KaiH-ciul nlUnlliiii ulven to Hnwry ami
tho treatment of Clironiii Dldratea, MO-lm.
Ti. R- H. CANINE,
D'rTICK AMI IIKSIUKNX'Kt lllttlilll Street,
li'ltrii WiiUingliiu uml t'oiniiierelal Avenue.
Wlf' CAlltO; U.V.
tl.S.'i peryer, poaliie pripalJ.to any u,Mi.
, I1EST ASH (iltEAPKST
1- Taper pUltheil ta Southern lUlual.
- or THK
f Ityiair oi,
colpretl and Tarnished, for sale at halt
price ($2.60) at the BuumN otllee.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100,00
. i ilAl.l.HJAl . trplilnt
IIKNItV I.. IIAM.IbAT . Vtairrejl
A. It. HAJFOItll, 0h af.
WAI.TKK IIYHI.)I'. A7lCahlr.
I' IIAI. I.IDA Y. PmliUi
I I,. IlAM.ttAr, W. V. IlALMDAV,
II, l. n.LU(iN Htarna lltap.
A . II. Mirroan,
ExohonRo, Com and United StatOB
'li'iS?,!!!1 ml Kn, banking
T, B?,,V,I,,1l,,n, " Well. Cathlar.
. . .i. ii, . , rtn i. Ki-ttn, AKt. aali'r
DEI SQOITT S1SI,
Oomer Commsrof al. Aye-amlBth Strt,
i , iiinncroiis
r. Ilro-M., (-aim, Wm. Klnre, Cairo.
I'. .Nell, Cairo. Wm Wolfe, falrn.
A . Suanka, Calm. It. I- nilllnirlejr,Vt Tnl,
K. Itii.ler. t.olro. It. Wells, (.'alro.
V II. Ilrlnlmnn, St. Lanit,
Ueneinl llnnkluR Biialneas Hone.
L)Kxehani;e sold ami liought Inte rest tiald
" heJ'avlnKj Ilcpartment. Cnltn-tloiis lumtt-,
ili'l all l'ilnf iiromplly attenilnl to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1 888
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIBO
A. n. SAFFOHU, I'resldrnt.
H 3 TAYLOIt, VIcelTMlitent.
W. HYSI.OI'. Sec'y and Treaurer.
1U llAIICLAY, ClIAK. OALIOIUB,
y . M bTOCKFLiTii, I'ai-lO. Wcnnt,
11. II. CtlNNlNdllAW. U. 1,. IULLIDAT,
.1. M. PiitLLtr.
LNTKItKST paid on iteponit at tha rate ol a
percent. r annum, March lit and Saptem
)tr Ut. Iuti-reat not withdrawn I added lnun
liuteljr to the principal of Uie deposit, thereby
jlTlnit them enmpound Inlertat.
Harried Women and Children may
Doposit Monoy and no one
olao can draw it.
nprnerrry tiiHtueaiday fromlat.m. to 3 p.m.
a! atuntr t-vt-nlni, for Bivlngs dtpotlU only
romC to H o'clock.
W. HTSLOP. Tranrr.
Ihe Pooplo's Bomedy.
Tho Universal Fain Ext actor.
Note! Aek for Pond'a Extract.
Take no other.
"Ilir- for I will fit- of excellent thlnft.'
I nj n r I e to Mn or Ilm In ,
Ntrnliia, Spraliu, Contu-
t'rnrturca. Cut, Ijici
Uil or Incited Wounds.
Illeedlur I.nnT, ur
None Hired, and lllcwl-
liiUunu or Treth.
Vuiult lua; or Blood and
Pile - Bitflag Plica,
Blind Pila. tlu&lllble.)
ralKla, Swelled Face.
tic Swelling orSorenet.
Ntmieaa or Sorenc,
More) Tbroatt or Qaluiy,
I la, AiiHwa.
Nore or Inflamed Xye o
Hmrti Nlpplea, Inflamad
PHlnful or too Tronifa
Mllh itr,Otrlan nit-
Miaa and Turner.
O ravel and Btranaury.
1'bnHuKa and JCxcoria-
uoim oi iniaoia, or
Varleoae Velaia. En
HI pern, Old Bora, later-
" nat Ulceration.
Boll. CarbnnclM, Tu
mor. Hot BwelUnii.
Co run and Bunion , Chaf
ed or Bora Vaat.
I'katlBKa.lIarne or Sad
reion or Whitlow, l rott
ed Limb or i'arta.
Muaqnllu Bltaa, Inawt
atingt, unappea uano.
rUNII'N IIXTBACT it foraatebyall Ftral.
all Uniniau, l'hyalclana, and
hotly iio hna er nted tt.
rniuiililrt eonbUnlnir llltlory and Uie tlMM-
t-t live on afiltcatlon, If not fonnd at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO., '
New Vrk ad aoDdaai.
U.K. Akin Chkwo
Dealer In -
Harness 3 Saddles.
Whips, OoUars, Etc.
106 Commtrclal Atuu, - CAIBO.UXJ.
rrThota ihroriav ii with Ibalr palroauta
iiriliid a ooiuplrlc (iuiof u'ood from whlc I
f lccl, at bottom price. w-tl-wty.
ullatla Bidldiaur. Oa.
,TMt, ' (
tr-Coiinty ami RaHroa-mor aHpeelalty
T. d. XJCuaaia.