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Real Estate Column
-Alexander county Intuit, Cairo lots,
in exchange for Ht. Louis property.
Thu soillh hall nf the "Pilot" house t
Cottage on Sixth Mrcet near Wash
-Cpttagoon F.lghlh xt ri'ft war Wal
liwelllnir. conn r Twi nly-lourtli ami
-First lloni of l.tick dwelling corner
Nineteenth ond Poplarslrccts.
-Cottage on Fourth Street, between
Commercial and WaHhlngton avenue.
-Cottage on Ninth Street, wet of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth street, rtcst
(it Washington avenue, $11
Saloon ami llxtures, southwest corn
tr Klghteenlh street ami Commercial
tvcniie. at it bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, weft of
Jommcrclal avenue, fit).
Dwelling house on from Hunt, wes
ot Washington nTenuc.
limitless home on Levee street, above
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
street, near Coiniucrclal avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
icxt to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 rooms on Twenty-third
ltrcct,$0. Good yard and cistern
t tl'1a I I
-U0Ol (IWellltlK "0'c mi .........
tw,en Tvcnty-ond and Tuenty-th'rd
I'oplar street, $12 W.
Store room adjoining above, $8.
Ilou.'c on Commercial avenue, near
10th street. Suitable for business and
Tenements numtiered 8 and 3,
Winter's Row. i rooms each for $10
Ikt month. Will be put In llwt-claM
Store room In "Pilot House," lately
tiCCtlp led fcy A. II alley. , ,
iJwelllng houw on Sixth street and
Jefferson aveuuu $10.
Orphan Asylum building and prenil-
. Ketil low, to a suuu w-iiiiiv.
Store room, corner Twentieth
... ( .... ...nHiin 81'ln IlimiTM.
Rooms In various part ot the cltj .
FOR LKASE OR SALE.
Land.', In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Vltty tu, at Wilder' Gallery.
The undersigned Is prepared to pump
out and repair cistern or build new ones
on .short notice and at satisfactory prices.
.1. S. ItAWKI.Vt,
23d and Cedar streets, rostofllco box
I.AiiiKfl 5ni:hci.otiiisi. Ladles'
'hemUe. Drawer, Skirts and Night
gown In line Muslin, tucked and em
riodorid at reduced rites, at
j 12 iind 1 It Commercial avenue.
Sollmon Pmolra has received an addi
tional stork of Dry Wood. Clothing,
Hoot and Shoes, which lu U offcriiiB, to
...I. .1 .. .1 'l'l,,.r..tiro If vatl IVSIlt
tn nee iimncv irive nlin a call st lMnd
111 f'oinmereiid avenue.
lUm ,f UiU, prints at the New
toic for.', 8 andTcenis per yard, also
a large linn of mnsllna very low, and la
dies' trimmed liatsjutt in. ,
ri-23-.'t f . O. Fatikii A Co.
Tills popular saloon, comer Fourteenth
dreet mid Wa-fclnnton avenue, I open to
IlK! public. Thu liar I supplied with
pure wlues.eholee liquors and the tluest.
brands of cigar.
:i-2.Vtf A. ICitoi's, Proprietor.
lt. J. Cundirriias (usi rece.veu u i
load of Dubuque ice. ami win conimuo
to receive Ice throughout tho entire sca-
kou to supply the Jobbing
trade. He respectfully solicits a snare o
vour natronairc. Ice drpol, o. u,
For tlio place to buy lumber cheaply,
go to J. S. McOahey, comer of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, where
he Is locating his new lumber yards, and
during the month will be prepared to fur
nlsli all kinds of building material.
4 .VI Mm
All the down stairs and part of tlio bar
room fixtures ot the house now occupied
by Fritz Sheeler. on Washington ave-
tine near tlie Calhollo church, will bo
for rent after the 27th lust. Inquire on
(he premise up stairs.
Mns. L. J. UVIIN)!.
.-z. ov llolorailo.
a'.t- n.n AfciiUmi. Toneka and 8nta
Vo railroad, the new and popular Hue
from Atchinou mid Kansas CMy, via ilio
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Canuou City,
Cucliarui, Del Norte, Santa Fu and HI
points In Colorado, Now Mexico ano
Arlzoua. Special round trip W duy tick-
cts to Denver on fcalu Muy Uh, at
UVIiik In the famous wattling places tWi
the D. i It. O. road, Low emigrant
rates to mo win iiiau mi mo.
Pullman palaeo sleeping cars between
the Missouri ilverand the Rocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison in
union depot. For maps, time table
and the '8an Juan guide," adddres,
flen. Pass. Agl. Topckn, Kan.
Best Dakino tVfOVK thbv kvkr Saw,
Housekwpers who Iwve used the Charter
Oak for yearn say it U bt htklng
tovo they every aaw ; bakes quickly and
wonlr with ItRlc fe'. onJ enn a
pin. ' (7
tulhotlM to annotttirr 4J 'IN II.
MV are a"an.ll.la for ?tfti , Alex
HOIIINsnN "it uw coining coiW rlec don.
anderrounty. tnnnunci that II. .A. Kl-
Weareautho. -uVwndeiit Iteftullcaii canrtl
niiitxlion lan 1 ikt r nunlnic county flection.
,l.lelrH.e,lir, t tewinounoM.KTKIl3AUl'.
Weareautliorlied H-rHlwrlirof Al
fnr an liiittntlMit t umit crotrtr flection ,
eiamlrr county, t lb :
... - no. u.
AHCAt.O.N MID t..v.ryj'r.
Knight of I') tlitaa, l. wn, .inOtM
ilay iilKtit at halr-punt
rVllow.' Hull - m.nOr.
Al.KXANDKR MD(JK, ,
JataflMfc. lntl.Wi.lent OnUT r (K i,t
"l t. ni t every Thorrr Tdni
'r t ).if-i"t '? jh1,run.t,1
imti.. rclal at,niiP,Vtwern sixth n0 Hem.
-1A1IIO KNCAMrHfcKi . i. w. ; .,
Li.i. r..ilitv' IIm.11 nil
fi;l In every niontli. t J-I" TV?
I 111 Mirt
CAIUO I.OIX1K. NO. 237, A.. A. ,U.
lloMrrinuar cramun,iv'- -
onio iiaiii wp..
vihih iitwi. on tM Mwnu sou
urth Momlmr ofcn month.
ATM er ADTKBT1HISH.
jJ-Att tillU for jTertllDr, re lne " W
tble t! A6TA1C
I rnlent mlvtrtuinn win ue
rtr of It M) lr iUre for the flnt lnirllon
and W cenM for ech ubw)U?nfjn A liberal
discount will be liuiJe on tn-llnjf wmul
Vnr llllHlntf Kllll
itrat nollco l " police ui
mwrtlng of .ocletlra or secret irdr W cents fr
,nil Hupper nolle
v irtiUmi will l received atU" than
toV - u.andnoWteiternentwilt Ik lnertfJ
for leii than three dollar per month
v i aH.u.M Nfltictl. Of
Un lines or more. Inserted
in the Bulletin as follow! :
Commence Counting at ten Lines.
One Insertion per lln j Cets
nninu.rtlonaterllne 7 Cenls
Three Insertions per 11ns.
... 26 Cents
Six Insertions per line...
Two weeks per line
mnnlll tl.T linS "
Ho Reduction will be maae u "
SCNUAV. MAY 20, 1S7C.
Iral Wsaltier Keport.
Caiko. III., May , im.
tim. Hau. I Tiis. Who. I Vel. Wkath.
FTm. Jm5jiT7-: C I Clear.
Sp.m. t.l1 ; NW s lair.
3:1'." .'i.WI' Mj i 1 3
' " JAMKS WATSON,
Sergeant, filtfualKvrvlf. U.S.A.
STUART & GHOLSON.
During the last thirty days
we have repeatedly called the
attention of the people of this
city to the fact that we were
closing out our entire stock of
Dry Goods, Notions, Ladies'
and Children's Shoes, etc., with
a view of changing our busi
ness. We again urge those
are desirous of saving
money to come and see us
while yet it is time. There are
only six weeks left to you n
which tO Secure the Cheapest
Dry Goods which ever have
been, or perhaps oyer will be
offered in this city again. This
is no idle talk, and in conclu
sion let us urge all buyers of
Dry Goods who wish to econo
mise during these times of de-
nre&K on not to al OW all the
bargains to escape them. AH
sooounts due this firm must be
I ... . i i-a alt Li li
I ffttiea Up On JUne 151. nil DIMS
a . j as,- dle j,e
placed for collection.
Stuart 4 Gholson.
Linen Damask Napkins and Towel
ing ollcrlng at reduced prices at
5-U-lm. C. Hax.sv'.
Linen llbre, plate finish, letter and nolo
paper at the RtfM.r.n.v ofllec. Hlue and
ereaui laid, below fit, Louis piitx's,
Wood I Wouilit
On and after this date C. W. WJiceler
& Co. will offer cord wood at S3 SO per
cord ; same awcd and spill, S3 00 ; sin
, , , , ,
Laigo stock Carie offering very
Uncap at 8-I-Jtil, C, Ha.v.sv's.
Wiutu wood Irom Foreman Saw Mills
for sale ut $8 00 per car. Inquire at
Cairo t Vlnecnnes Irelght depot.
Mfgi 8,uwart, having moved to the
,aru framu .il0US0 nt t,o comer of Rev-
twet n)J NVailj1ugtou uveime, will
ouJ lQ0 rtsnui,la persons,
, 44fl . itooms largo and
Hv.r. Ivocii. C. hoch, at Ins sliop and
More room, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has for sale n stock of boots and shoes of
hi. own make ; also a lull stock of leather
and findings lor side; and a
Urge stock of St. Louis cus.
torn made boots "and shoes. He
keeps the best material and is up In all
the latest styles. His tit aro perfect, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Glvo him n
Piluts and Muslins still cheaper at
, 5-14-lm. c. IIavnvV,
Thirty thousand Just received nt the
Iluul and fttiora.
L..rge Mock of l.adlc", and Children",
Hoots and Shoes at low price, at
MJ.lm. V. IIannyV,
fi.ilnx to .tleiiiithla,
iMrs. W. I. Ilalllday and her mother,
Mr. Captain Wright, nl McmphN, who
liahecu In the city lor sonic days vMt
luff, will leave for Memphis to-morrow,
toattful a family wedding.
Poller S onrl.
'hlef f Tolice (iossnian arrested .lack
Morgan ior disorderly conduct, and
took him ticf'jro Judge Dlrd lor trial.
His honor fined Mm live dollars and
costs, and ent him to tail for three days
beeauo hi! couldn't pay.
JTamcs M. f'ralg, cliargwl with the kll!
fCi? "J'liomas -Marrie. nt I'nlty recently,
w?il Dcf'lvcn a preliminary examination
on -Molldi.'y morning. Judge. Mulkcy
and 1). T. LL'lcgar will appear hi behalf
6f the deftndanf
Thr rie.nlr To.ilnj .
Th! Cairo Alexander Hunllng i lull
3ws to Kentucky on u picnic excurrion
to-tlay. They Iwvc procured tlio services
of a. tcamcr to cirry their friends to and
from Iho plcnlo ground'. at low fare, and
tlieyaiitlclpato a Ma itlierlng and a
jlorteis day's sport.
Tlio rjwiinlttce appointed by the (HI-
fercutllrccoinpanie arc rerpiestcd to
meet at tlie Hough and Heady engine
house at :t p.m. Sunday 23th, sharp, with
out fall. Important business to trans-
Caiko, May 27, lb76
We are informed that Miss Kiln Hob-
bins, who lias presided at the organ of
tlio Episcopal church for a long time
pa.t. with marked satisfaction to nil.
has resigned. The members of the choir
regret much to have her go, but there is
no help for them. Mrs. . II. Jiorris
will take Miss Robbing place to-day.
Kxruraloii In Mound C'ily.
The tug Laurel has been chartered for
an excursion, and will make two trips
Iwtween Cairo and Mound city on deco
ration dav. leavluir Cairo at 0 a.m., and
o'clock, p.m.; and returning will leave.
Mound City at 11 a.m., and 3 o'clock,
ri.in. Fare for the round trip, thirty
It should not be forgotten that a Dem
ocratic convention will bo held to-morrow
at I o'clock in the court-lioiue to
appoint delegates to the State, Congress
lonal and Senatorial convention'. Oood
men should be appointed, but it would
be unwise in our opinion to Instruct them
to vote tor any candidate. Let peace,
harmony mid common sense prevail.
Next. Tuesday is decoration day, and
if the weather is (avorablu, It is probable
that a very large crowd of people will
visit Mound City. The Cairo and Vin-
ccune; railrood lias made arrangements
to run snccial trains from all stations
along the road to that village, at very
low rates of fare. In another place in
Hits ls;tie will be found tlio time card lor
the arrival and departure of trains.
Off for rlilfnKo.
Mr. George Dearbon, who 1ms lor tlie
past ten months or more been associated
with the llrm of II. F. Parker, left for
f'lilu.nio vfistfitdav afternoon, where he
has been tendered a position. Mr. Dear
born came to Cairo from Linn, Mass.
and during hi stay here, made many
friends w)ioreret to have him go irom
among them. He r.anies with liini Hie
good will and wllies ol nil,
A teleL'rani from the captain of the
Idlewlld bae ball club of Paducaii, was
received yesterday morning ays mat
I t .it tt.i ...m ..it. ,.it 'I'uni.v
lliu iuiuwijus niu iia.b miwyii ,
decoration day, to play the Cairo hoys
a game of hall. The club ot this city
is said to bu much stronger now than it
wa at the time of the game In Padueah
iomu three weeks ago, and a very pictly
game ii anticipated.
Money lo (;-l lirHlo lli l'ourlli.
The 'iientleiiieii recently appointed by
the various lire companies to solicit aid
to delray Hie expenses of the celebration
of the Fourth ot July, were, out yester
day on their mission. The citizens, wo
doubt pot, will contribute liberally, If
tlioy do not feel disposed to put tieir
own shoulders to the wine), and help
along Willi the labor it will requlic to
make thu celebration success.
The Couveptlon To-Mori-ow.
The Alexander county Democratic.
convention meets at tho court house nt
liall-pnst onu o'clock to-morrow, and It I
probablo that it will be quite Interesting.
Mr. Albright and Mr. Mayhaui, who
will be candidates lor the nomination for
thu senate, have been in tho city sev
eral days, and their many frlcids no
doubt, will turn out to udvocato tho
claims ot each, and thereby make tho con
vention quite lively. t
Kxctirsloii trains on Ilecoifttlon Day
will leave Cairo by Cairo and Vhicennes
Railroad at 8:15 : 10;00 : 11:15 j a. m. and
1:00 ; 2:30 ; 3:50 ; 5:10 p. in. Returning
will leave Mound City at 0:30 ; 10:30
11:13 a.m. and 1:15; 3:13 4:30; 5:50
p. in, Fare for tho Hound trip jO cents,
Vasitncjtn not having tichct will he
charged full firf. Tickets lor salo at
station, corner Fourth street and Com.
l)Hirric 'aiini' riivoniiitn.
There will be a Democratic Mp. Con
vention held at tlio court house hi Cairo,
on Monday, 20th day of May, at 1 o'slock
p.m., for the purposo ol appointing dele
gates to the t-talc, congressional ami sena
torial district conventions, ami to select u
a new county committee.
By order of County Democrats Com
mlttee, M, (. mmiru, riiairmau.
Monrd and Room VVniitcit,
Sot a man and wife and daughter (live
year.i oCagoJInn family'of respectability.
Room must bo well furnhhed ; have
wardrobe and other conveniences. The
gentleman will be away a portion of the
time and will expect to pay a certain
amount for the room liirnUlicd and a cer
tain amount for wife and child' board
and gentlemen aboard tobefnr the time
at home. Would like n place whero
could make a permanent home.
Addre". Ilox No 83, Harrlsbtirg, 111-. II
1'lrcitlt S'onrl Jlny Icriu,
In the case ot thu People, etc.. vs.
James W. Geary, which win on trial at
the adjournment of court, on Friday,
evening alter having been submitted
without argument, the Jury brought In
a verdict finding tlio defemleiit gulltly,
and fixing his punishment at imprison
ment In the penitentiary lor five years.
The next cao was that of the People
vs. Alexander Crammer, chargid with
forging an order for $2. 15 on R. A. Ed
mundsou, sometime hi December last.
Ho was ably defended by Mcrs. Llnegnr
& Lansden, States Attorney Mulkcy ap
pearing for the people. Verdict brought
in of not guilty, when court adjourned
until 0 o'clock Monday morning.
TIip or lite iN'oruinl Clum hi-c
At thu conclusion of the examination
of the members of the Xormal classes, at
the high school building, on Friday af
ternoon, the pupils of the class passed
the lollou lug resolutions :
Itetohul, That we, t lie member of the
normal class do tender our sincere thank
,to the board of education for the use of
thu high school room, and to Prof. AI
vord lor the ue of school apparatus.
To Mrs. 1. A. Taylor, our county super
lutenucnt. lor tlie kind .-ervices rewired.
Also to Miss Mcilriilu tor her untiring
efforts and unceasing devotion in pro-
inotlnir the advancement of those Intend
ing to follow the avocation of teachers.
3 i ...... r t..
I.izik L. Lam:.
Mauy L. Waiiiinkii,
Moi.i.tr. E. Kn.r.Y,
Lauiia A. IIk.iiiick-.
MtSMU'iu J. Fixcit.
Conimmiitce on Resolution:.
Normal Class, April lOtli to May 20th,
The Iln.i.r.TiN' tins uiorninz has the
biggest advertisement ever before puli
lislied In any paper in Southern Illinois.
ii win iooi up aooui u is uiu
tax list, and the protlts on it are not very
far from $2.1X10. We congratulate our
neighbor on having so cood a natron as
Sheriff Irvlu. Vatro Suit.
His truly hard lor us to think that
that great lover of truth and all that's
good, would be guilty of telling such a
diall we say it lie. Tlie tax list pub
lished in yesterday morning's issue oftlie
Hl'm.kti.v, was, it is true, an unusually
large one. Hut as to Us costing the
county two thousand seven hundred
dollais to print it, as asserted by the
Sun, U a downright falsehood, We do
not Intend charging Alexander county
twenty-seven hundred dollar, nor fif
teen hundred dollars, nor a thousand
dollar-, but if wo get live hundred W-
lars for doing the work, which by the
way was no email ta-k, we shall feel fully
The Rev. Mr. Glllhani will preach in
the Methodist church, corner ot Eighth
and Walnut streets, this morning and
evening, Tlie subject of llie morning'
sernion will ho "Chinch Fellow
ship." In the evening the subject will
be "Eternal Life." The public are cor
dially Invited to attend. .Sunday school
at three o'clock.
There w ill ho the usual services at
tlie Church of the HediCiiier hte morn
ing and evening. Tin? public Is Invited
-The Rev. RenJ. Y. George will con-
duot tho imjal services at thu Preshyto,
rlau church, Eighth street between
Washington avenue and Walnut street,
this morning and evening. All are invit
ed to attend.
-The Rev. Mr. Dcrschiicr, will preach
in tho German Lutheran church, Thir
teenth street between Washington ave
nue and Walnut" street at half past ten
o'clock tills morning.
Tlie two entertainments given by the
Helen D'Ecsto company, at thu AHio"
nciiinon Friday and last night, were very
moderately attended, which tliottld not
have been so, for tho troupe Is a good
one mid deserving ol siippoit from the
theatergoing nubile. The play ol thu
Hunchback," on Friday night, was ex
eellent. as was the pcrlurmaucc last
night. Of tlie troti lie thu New Orleans
Timeisayst "Last night Helen D'h.to
amM.G. Stutt. appeared lorllio 11 ret
tiniu in the play entitled "Thu Streets of
New York" in a prologue and lour acts.
Thu Academy was crowded Irom pit to
dome, and a mora delighted audience wo
never saw. Tho company Is onu of thu
best that has visited New Orleans In
years ami when headed by such artM
as Helen l r.siu ami ,i, u. niuur. make
it doubly strong. "Streets of New
Yorl;,' Is a play every ono should see; It
has u iiiagnillceiit plut, mid grand moral
The Radger ol sir. stutu is ono in
wiilcli he Is utiappi'oachublc his leaji
forlii'u dining the last scene is marvel
oils. The audience did not rest com
tented till tliey called him before the cur
tuln three tlnicj,"
On Monday (to-morrow) nlglit.tlils great
play will bu presented, and every buoy
should endeavor to see It.
For salo at $1 60 per load. Stove w ood
jawed mid spilt, $1 per cord. Four foot
wood, $3 60 per cord, delivered hi uuy
tmrl ol tho city, tllg lot of stovo wooi
on hand. Leavo order nt No. 31 Eighth
street, and they will receive prompt at
tentlon. 5-13.ini. F. W. Wutn.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Hullktin, unless the
sainn Is made on a written order signed
by thu president or secretary of the coin
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employo of tho company, lor ouy
J .un Itltliviiv (TriMI'lVV.
November 10, 1875,
Strawbartles aro getting cheap,
Cherries have bewail to como Into
Everybody will go to Mound City on
The public schools close the latter
part of this week.
The tax list Is done with, and the
printers of the Rtit.i.KTiv olllco ara oy
fill. It will pay all cash buyers to examine
the Immcino stock of boot", shoes, dry
goods, hat, etc., Just received by
MMt O. Havtiioiiv A Co.
The next thing In the way of amue.
ment will he Howe' Great London
show, which will visit Cairo on next
Thirty thousand dollars wortli of boot
and shoes for salu byO. Haytlinrn & Co.,
for less money than good goods can bo
bought anywhere else. ."-20-:tt
Kile flying Is becoming the favorite
amibcment with the boy. They should
be careful with them where there are
The Dom Pedro's assassination did
not tako place, but hundreds of wives
and daughters all over Iho city arc happy
to think that tliny can buy the best Call
eoes at 0 conts per yard at
1 12 and 111 Commercial avenue.
S. Parelra anuomices special bargains
in Men's and Hoys Clotlilug.good all wool
Cassiniere suit only $0 00. A good hoys
suit only SI 00 and upwards. All much
less than lierefoloro for equal qualities.
Tlio Comet Ha-e Hall Club of this
city has accepted n challenge from thu
Paulo club ot Mound City, for a match
game of bull to come oil on decoration
West Rrothcr's line shoes for ladies
and childrcns' wear, have no equal for
neatness and durability. A full assort
ment Just received by
3-20-I)t O. llAvniouNi: fc Co.
Great revolution In the line of Hoots
and Shoes, w hieh I oiler at prices never
heard ot before. Men's boots at $2 00
n pair, and all the rest In proportion.
112 and 111 Commercial ave.
The pupils in Miss Rogers' Eleventh
street school will enjoy n picnic next
week. We hear that Mr. S. P. Wheeler's
bc-.iutllul yard, on Walnut street, is where
tlie picnic will take place.
Thu Free Will llaptlst church, corner
of Fifteenth and Walnut Streets, Is to be
dedicated on next Tuesday altcruoon at
2 o'clock. The Rev. Dunn, a graduate
ol tlio Hillsdale, Michigan college, will
deliver the sermon.
Tlie cheapest and latest style Dry
goods, in the city also the cheapest lot of
Embroidered Parasols, and notions can
always be toiind at
1 12 and 111 Commercial avenue.
'I lull . N.ilV.
Thu new sale ustput Into tho City
Kiatiouai uatiK, is uuuouiiieuiy onu oftlie
finest plcees of bank furniture to be
found in any similar Institution in the
country. '1 ho safe Is elgliyl-four Indies
high, thirty-two inches wide, and twen
ty-four Indies deep, and lias "all of Unit's
latest Improvements. Including dove
tails, timer and groves, detached arbors,
cccntrlc hinges and n chronometer at-
adimeuc or timu lock. Tlie dovetails
are used lo resist tlie burglars most powe
rful tool (tlie wedge) and which they
have always used so successfully. They
aro put together so closely that they
make the safe air tight.
The timer and gfovu Is uctl lo pre-
ent tho introduction of nltro glycerine.
Tlie detached arbors are used to inv
ent prcssurejlroin tlie outside with the
handle on bolt work, and Is so
arrani;c1 Hint when the sale is
locked thu lundlo is free ami
perleetly disconnected from all bolt
work. Tlio eccentric hinge Is used to
pull tho door straight out from the jamb,
s the dovetails and timer and groves
on all four edges of the door tit so closely
In the corresponding Jambi that It can.
not bo pulled out witn a regular circle
Thu (huu attachment ! llull'.i patent,
and Is composed ul'two chronometers
working Independent ol eacli oilier, and
made by Howard & Co., the celebrated
watchmakers, It U attached to (lie
look and prevents any one from
opening Uiu lock until tlie
ttmu lias expired for oiicnln,
The timer can hu .set to open at any given
time between one-halt and forty-eight
hours :ll requires no winding and locks
Hid uiiIuckt. automatically, whliii is a fe.T
turo ol novelty and ol thu greatest im,
portance, as all other timu locks must bo
wound up to seuuru their operation. Thu
walls of the salu are madu of alteruutu
plates of steel and Iron fastened together
with Hall's natent conical steel plug
which prevent thu stripping of thu
plates and with countersunk machluu
screws. Thu steel Is so tempered that It
will resist thu strongest power
diill for oyer forty-eight hours, Thesu
walls being thus put together are
inoru secure than though they were a
solid mass. This safe is one of thu
finest and most secure safes hi thu West
eru States, and nr. 'at credit U due the
City National bank for thu carelnl con
slderatlou they used In having so line
and secure a salu madu for them. Thu
safe was madu by Hull's S.du ami Lock
company, of Cincinnati, Ohio, and sold
lo thu bank by thuir M, Louis agency
sonic two mouths ago, and delivered yes
terday. It took tins length of timu to con
struct tlio same. It cost S2.500, and $300
for Iho chronometer attachment, It
weighs about live tops,
'Urn uouiulnershlp heretofore exlstln,
between tho undersigned Is this day dls
solved by mutual consent, John Madden
withdrawing from thu llrm, Henry L
Ki linear assumes all liabilities of. the
latti firm of Madden it Klnuear, and will
collect all outstanding debts due Hie
firm, uud will continue business at the
old stand. John Mapwj.v,
('Aiiin, III,, May ?3d, 1870.
EIOTJSB A.O-EliT PS
.OXVXYAXCIBI, HOTASIIS PUBLIC
Land Airents of the Illinois Central and
Burlington and aulnojr 8. R.
!!ulncss Houo lately occupied by
Wood Rlttenhouse & o., on Levee be
low 1 llh street. Re it very reasonable!
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lot
enclosed, In good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut streets. Rent low to
n good tenant.
Two tenements on wct side of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Rent for each, $8
Dwelling house, room", on Fifth
street near Walnut, In good repair. Rent
$12.60 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-llrst street, near f.ycamorc
north side. Rent $, per mouth.
Two small hoiitcs, northwest comer
Fifteenth mid Popular. Rent low.
llasetncnt of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near Eighteenth
street, five rooms In good condition)
Ilullding on ea-t sdu of Cominercia
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable fur
carpenter shop. Cheap rent,
Iluildiug on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall.'1 Rent very low.
Tenements, olllces ami rooms in vari
ous lacatious. Rents low.
Lots and lands for sale or lease.
John Q. IIahjian ti Co.,
Real Estate Agents, corner Sixth and
Dom ii A;nlii.
Golden Rio coffee, libs for Si 00
Choice " -libs " 1 00
Pea berry " libs " 1 00
Prime Rln IJlbs 1 00
New York, A sugar, 0 lbs for 1 00
Prunes, II lbs " 25
lleing determined to sell goods low,
we invito all to call and buy where goods
are sold the lowest.
5-20-.1t New Youk Stoiik.
Grand picnic Sunday, May 23th, which
will bu given by the Cairo Alexander
Hunting Club, in the beautiful grove of
Kentucky, opposite this city. Tlie finest
place Is secured lor amusement. The
Delta City Cornet nud Prof. Wltttek's
string band aro engaged to play
on thu ground. Thu boat will
leave Ilalllday & Phillips' and Stone
depot wharf at 10 o'clock a.m. Next
boat at 1 o'clock p.m. Alter that
every hour until 7 o'clock. Tickets to
the picnic nud round tr' 25 cent. 2t
Sirrai Iron Wnulcil,
Wanted, 500 tons of scrap iron
tons lots for cash.
Vl'LCAN Mamtacii'iiixu Co.
17 McLeans' lllouk, St. Louis, Mo.
W.Ml DErAIITMKHT,,ltlVlLl IlKI-nllT,
' Mny '-T . .w7'l
New Orleans -
llrlow nWh wnlernf l'T4.
SerKeant, Sliinitl Hcrvli-e, U.S. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Sto. Genevieve, St. Louis.
" Cons. Millar, Clneiuuatl.
l'ow.boat Jas. Glhuoie, Pittsburg.
" Storm, South.
Sleamer Jim Fisk, Paducaii.
" Sto. Gcnevluve, Vleksbiirg.
" Cons, Millar, Memphis.
low-boat Itavcu, St. Louis.
" .las. Glhuoru, St. Louis.
'Iiiu river last evening was twenty.
teven leel elglil nun iwo-lllins incites
on thu gauge having fallen onu
and uuc-thlr.l inches during the
past twenty-four hours. ltiislness
Nearly all iho slpu water lias Iclt town
fur thu fourth timu this year, and there
is no probability that It will rc-vlsltus
again until tall.
liic barges of tho Giand Lake No. 2
were aground opposite lower Kaskaskla
night before last. Thu channel Is very
narrow there and close hi to shore, "
ehangu that has occured nulto recently.
Thu Grand Lake got a Utile too far out
with her low and struck on thu edgo of
A printed letter was received from Cap-
tain Dugau yesterday, Irom the Centen
nial. It is printed hi small caps set up
by a Centennial type setting machine.
Thu Cons Millar has a fair trip for
Thu Stc. Genevieve was well laden lor
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Bstwaaa Waaklsctoa taA Cosunarslal
Aveauss, adjotauttii liisy'i.
KKKl'S for Ml the bast Borf. Fsra. MutWa
I Nivl K rvi AWllles I aa stWlahls
JOHN Q. HABMAN ft
MONDAY NIGHT, MAY 20th,
J. 6. STUTTZ,
Supjiorlfil by lhelr Fatuous Companr
Tor the Hrit time in this city, thedratai of
New Scenery. IfewZaTaeta
In actlic HTurllon,i
Blake & Go.
. B. F. PARKER,
faints, Oils. Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Olaaa, Wim
dow Shade-, ha.
4lwja on hand, the celebrated lllnmlnatls
Ooraar Elssrsntli Strest amd Washlac
WHOLE3ALK AND RXTAXX..
IN THE CITY.
Qooda Sold Very Claie.
Horner IBtb St. and Oosamsrclal At.
C, O. PATIEll k CO.
Evanaville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evarii
and all way landinga.
Tbe rleaunt .IJr-WbMl tfrot
IIkn Huwam .........Jlatr.
Waltkii Ii. I'kn.hnoio.... Clerk.
Will leave Kvan.vllln tor Cairo .very TUK9-
I)A Y and KK1UA V at o'clock u. m.
Will Irate Cairo ertry WKO.StrtDAV awl SA'f-
'I lie elegant alUc-wbea steamer
Joiln (inir - ..SIaaler
Mat. William. Llerk.-
Uutva Kvanntllle tor Cairo e?err WKDNK9-.
DAV and BATUUADY atSji. in. ,
Leuve Cairo every 1HUUSOAY anil SUNDAY
KacJa 'boat makes close connections at jCalro
with flrst-claa .leainerafor St. Louis, Manv.
phlaaml.Vew Orleans, ami at Kvaiisvllls with
ih. K. AC. K. It. fur all ioint North anil taal.
c.l with the ImUTille Mail Steamer fokall
oluts on llie Upir Olilo, Klvlnir through t
cii.is mi irviKiu.
' ami stnger to all IdM
lor urttier Information atiuly to
SOI.. SIL.VUU, Vawengei
J. U. I'HILUl'S, J
I1vl. (J. J. GKAatH.K.
auiwrlutrmlt'iit ami Gvncral Pralcht Affeat,
AOENTS AICSSIOAK VOWDBB CO
57 Ohio LtiTM.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. o. Biula,
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