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LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county IuihK lro !(,
n exi liar.jrc fur St. I,oul iiro-rl).
The at.ntli hull of Hie "I'ilot" Ik.h-o at
FOU UK. NT.
t'ott;i on Sixth Mrttt nt-nr Wasli
OottojPon Eij-liili street near Wal
iWfllinf, fnriHT Twt til j -Innrtli ami
First flnur if liii k ttwi-lllnjr ef.rner
Niiieterntli anl I'oriliir client.
Cottage on Fourth Street, In tween
'otunicroiiil ami Waihliiloii avenue.
Cottage n Ninth Street, w i"! of Wal
Connie, on Fourteenth rtrtet, tf-t
f. VVu-lilugtou avenue, $11
Saloon ami lixtun-e, Koiitltwf-t corn
er Eighteenth trr-t-t ami 'oiiiiiiir-ial
iveniic, at a ti:irg:ttii.
Cottage on Twelfth tn-i f, west ol
.'oluiiKTciiil avenue, f 10.
Dwelling houe on 'r street, we
ol Wellington avenue.
BiHlnfu hou.-e on I i reel, above
A gfttvl eottagt! on Twenty-Ninth
street, near C'otnnir rclul avenue.
Store ioin on Ct.tiiinertiul avenue,
-text to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 roni on Twcnty-tlunl
ilreet, $0. Good yard and tii-tern.
tjood dwelling lions on Walnut, be
tween Twenty-second and Tw nty-th'rd
ture-rooui eomer Twehlt'-th utnl
I'ni.lur afreet, $12 SO.
Store rootn adjoining above, ?
House on Commercial avenue, near
lVlh btre t. Suitable fur liitiie.e ami
Ti'iieiiwut numbered 8 and i.
Winter's Kmv. f room each fur $10
r mouth. Will be put in tlrst-da
Store room in "Filot House," lutely
in'tuiied by A. liulley.
Dwelling home on Sixth street and
lelTerion avenue f 10.
Orihan Asylum building and pierul-
-. Iteni low. To a rooii tentnr.
ftore room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, S12a month.
Hooni in various part of the city.
FOR I.KASKOR SALE.
Lands, in tract to suit, near Cairo,
Kilty n nn, at Winter's nailery.
'1 he underpinned i prepared to pump
nit atid repair i-i.-rnn or build new ones
yu siioit notice and lit (Ktisfactory prices.
.1. S. IIaM.
I'M an d Cedar street". Po-lntll.-e Ux
tMll-iii for Hie l.ait.
.Itit cri-Wed Inrrfe vortiut i.t of
IW..r tilnbe Pining I'.itlerns. the ! t
li'ling in u?e. at lm C. Ilw
Hoot Mini ftl.t.ps.
l.iirgo v'.ock or Ladies and Childress
ltonts ;m ! Mioe. at low pri ' s, :if
.VI l-li:i. '. anv,
I.AL'H."" t'M: lit l.nlil;. - I..idie.'
I f.etlli-e, llflWU-. .!.irl- hill Mjfli!-j.'O'.vic-
in line Muslin, lurked and rin
I.il.iI.ti'.! nt reduced ri;ti'. at
lti:t;:iilll '..niii.i t'ii.l ,i.uc.
"..i:tll II l';ieil, liA- II C i t d ail udli-
liuird lcrK ot D.-y Ii.miN. Cloihinj'
I:.m.I ' ruiil Shoe, m hi. h lie i etl'i I u.. In
.lit I let lllliis. I 111 rejlil.', if i ll N.'.l.l
f ave Ul'iiiey :.'h'e ;,il!i :t cull !.l It Iilid
ill! 'iillKII.'Irl ;l ai I.'H .
I vrrNliir fcnlot.il.
'l'l.is !..,, ulai saloon, corner Font t.-ctith
si lift and Wa-liihton HVi-nue, is ojh-ii to
the pul, lie. Til'' bar is Mipplied with
pare wine!, rlioice liquor and the finest
brands of cigars.
:W.Vtr A. Uimrs, Froprietor.
Ire! Ire I
K. .1. CundilT has just received a ear
loud of DnbuqUH lee, and w ill continue
to receive Ice throughout the entire sea
son to fciipply the jobbing and retail
trade. Uu respectfully solicits a tdmrc of
your patrona-re. lit- depot. No. 17,
Eighth street. S-17-tf
For the place to buy lumber t heaply,
go toJ.S. McUaliey, corner of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, win re
he Is locating his new lumber yarN, and
dining the month will le prepared to fur
nish all kinds of building material.
tVuiid I Wood !
For sale at $1 SO per load. Stove v.Hd,
a.-twed and split, $4 per cord. Four loot
won I, $3 50 a r cord, tlelivt red in any
part o thetlty. Jtijj lot of stove wood
on hand. Leave orders at No. :il Eighth
street, and they will receive prompt at
tention. u-FI-lin. F. W. Waki.
Wit will pay no hills contracted by any
employe of Thk Ui LLtiiN, unless the
?aui is made on it written order signed
by the president or secretary of the coin
pany, and we will accept no order given
by uu employe of the company, lor any
Caiho Ht it.KTiN Company.
November 1U. 1-S7S.
x thr PImco.
For n clea i nhr.ve. a fashionable hair,
t ut, or a thorough chanipoo, go to J.
titorgo fiteinhou.'e on Eighth street,
Alexander County Hank building. His
bhop is always neat ; bis towels ulway
clean ; his aslstunta alwaya polite, and
hia tuble covered with the latest daily
paper, lor the benefit of bin customer.
tf r rir,
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
price ($1.50) t the Btlutin alflee.
W rc authorir.nl ti aniKinnc .lnllN II.
KuHINsuN s ranill.U fur Klieri tit Alsi-
mlrrrtiunty, at the romlnK t-oiinly t-lwllon.
H are aiilhorir.nl In announrc Ihtil It. A. V A-
niiimldnii imn inileiirnileiit Henehliran ramll-
dalr lir Mieiiff, at the ciinuihK eountf ftni'tiiin.
ar ulli(,ri7l Inannuiinr I'KTKM t Vl'T.
fur an livlnicnilenl (HikImUih fur .-'heriiT or Al
rsnndiT roiinly , at Ihr mailing cimiitjf H jiin.
ASCAI.ON l.ODUK, KO. 51.
Kiiivlits nl Pyt'.iiaa, lueotn every Krl
Iny higtit at hull-jiuKt arvrn, inO'ld-
cllwa' Hull. llowa,
AI.KXAKDKR l.OIXiE, NO ZU.
HfTTk lnlsinleiil OpUt of tMil-lel-J-tf.
f lows. meeOt every lhurwlay ntptit
Pjtnt at half-part wv, in their V)l nn
milium rdul avintir, liftwwn fixtll anJ drvetitb
r-.-ts Chas Lam. N ti
'"IVIItO KXCAMI'ilTvF, I. O. O. K., mtifla
Jin O-l l-fellows' Hull on thr Brut nn'l tlnril
i nrsiUit iu every month, at half-past acven
,i.o n U(mas. cy
jf, "tAIHUlUK. X0.2.17,A.r. A A. M.
r wrfflar eomnmnir.ttmas In Ma-
J aosiiit Hall, cinier Coiiunercial bvenut
'srainl Kihth sirfW, on the eotirt and
.i) till Mn1nv of each tiinnth.
- nATI'.K OF AfVCRIIKIXU.
rjAU hills for ailvertmnit, are flue anJ payable-
Trannient alTrrtiaina will be lutertwl at th
rata of 11 iieraquaia fi.r the first inaerti.jn
and 6" cents fur each uljeiuent one A lilmrai
diacaunt will lie nuils on Rhimliny ami 'iijil
For inaerting Kaneral noti 1 f" Notice ol
meeting of socletir or eriet orUer W rents f'ir
I'biircU, Society, Keatival ami fii'.fer toli.ea
will otily be innerteil u a.lvsrtiainrnta
No alvertlseirt-nt will be received at f than
i-i cents, and no anvertiatment will le inrtd
f.ji lrfathan three dollar eru'onlh
Local Business Notices, of
ten lines or inor. inwrwa
lu th Bulletin as follows :
Coinanc Counting atteaUm.
Out lnaertlon pr Una Cents
Two Insertions par 11ns 7 CnU
Ttarss insertions pr line 10 Cents
Six Insertions per Una 16 Cents
Two weeks per line Sift Cents
One xaontn per line .......36 Cents
No Reduction will be made In sbove
Till HSKAY. .ILN'K 1, 17.
I.ot-ul Weather Ileport.
Catao. lu.., May 'I, lfiS.
iim Daii. Tn. I WirD. j Tel. I Weaiii.
liii.U''. '"' I S It I I.t Itnu
H ! do
it : c l..u 1 v
JAMkS W A!
Fergeiit, Hirnul rr h'e, I
Thirty thousand ust received at the
III I.I Kii , oliict .
Strnk of Dry Good nt very low prlees
at .VI Mm. C. Il.xv's.
(teat Always tlir lietkl.
Choice ham tif Henry Ames sml al.-o
WorsterV brands at the
.VJI-'it Nkw Vkk mhiik.
A monster war-elephant, will prome
nade the ft i-icts ot Cairo on Sat
urday morning, ai tcinpauied by hi four
'ii!iii:iuions.ind yf'Vc xi grand f -i !' u ru
ai.ee i i ibiwc's Uu :i; l.nii.l-n slow, at-
lei iiimn mid t-Vi.l:ii.
I. lot n
Linen li.iu;ik Napkiu und I'owrl
in" t'ii i in) nl ftilucfij piiecs at
Ml l:u. C. Ui ;v s.
Lit,: u libie, iilate lb, l-h, h'lter and note
p;ip r at the liri i.i.r in ollii'e. I'.lue and
i ream laid, below St. Loui prices.
llsu I Sil
That it. takes forty -two rallroud car-,
eaeh thirty Icct long, to transport
Howes' Great London Circus and
Singer' IJoyal K;igii!i Men igerie
through tlio country, thre times the
number ever employed by any other
Mow in the world.
Large stin k of Carpet offering very
cheap at .V14-lm. C. HaVs.
tor f air.
Wa?te wood from Foreman Saw Miilst
for sale at f 8 00 per car. Inquire at
Cairo iV Vineeiines freight depot.
Sit it p 1 run Wanted.
Wanted, 500 ton of scrap iron in 10
tons lots for cash.
Vfi.CAX Mani'I'acti'hinis Co.
47 McLeans' Block, St. Louis. Mo.
5-21 -2 w
The only five performing i lephants
ever seen hi America will he exhibited
and performed twici iu Howe' Great
London Circus ring u Saturday,
SfcK hour V. Kucli, at his ehop and
ttoiv room, No. Wi Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and shoi-s of
his own make ; uho a lull stock of leather
ami findings tor sale; and a
large stock of St. Lous cus
tom made boots and shoes. He
keeps the best material and is up iu all
the latest styl. s. His tils are ierfect, und
sntlsf-u tion is guarantee I. Give him a
The cheapest and latest style Pry
goods, iu the city also the cheapest lot of
Embroidered Parasols, and notions can
alwav la loutiJ at
142 and 141 Commercial avenue.
Ktlrl rrlurs I'outiujf le t'alra.
Four Princes of royal Mood will visit
Cairo on Saturday morning. They ac
compmiy Howe' Great Loudon Show.
They will be dressed in all lhtt barbaric
splendor of their native country, and
will entertain all who may visit tho Big
Show. They art) native of the Province
of Bengal, India,
Mar.ll-Uraa In Kuraiiier.
A OMnd Carnival tl Mardi Gnu ac
companies the (4reat London Circuit, and
wilt he seen In the splendid tournament
on Saturday afternoon and nlht.
I'ritiM find Mu-lina atlil cheaperal
V 11-1 111. C. Htvvv's.
lo not wish to have diicoid, trouble and
a row In your tamily tora year, weadvUe
you to be on hand early with your family.
lion't ini-ift one, not even thi baby, and
lake in the bljf (show on Saturday.
Ir. Smith lm removed hi-t
room 8 and l, Winlel 'a Mock,
on Seventh srcct.
Mr. Stewart, Jiaving moved to the
largo frame 'hoiiip nt the comer of Sev
enth street and Wahiii;toii avenue, v. ill
boaril and lodjrt' 'ood reliable persona,
at SJO per month, lloonn larpc and
airy. . 5-1 itf.
Heven tjoltleii 4 lirlol.
Count them turer anil over aj:Hint
Make no mistake, for there will be seven
jroldc'i chariolM in the grand piiride ol
llowe'H tireaf London show, Saturday
morning, June :id.
It Henls all
1 be way th; people are turning out to
Wflcmnc llowe'4 Great London Show.
Some people- cry hard time!." Ii' ail
nonaence, the (act i, when a (food show
comes along, the people, will support it,
a? they w ill on Saturday next in Cairo.
Grand Centennial Hrass und llepd band
will lead tin; long cavalcade of Howe'd
Great Loudon Show on Saturday morn
ing, June 3d, through the street." of Cairo,
discoursing the latest and iiiot popular
aim of tlit: day.
Just received at the New Voik Store
Choice Northern reach Blow Potatoe
lur Table and Seed, for cale low.
5-31-int r. o. Faiii h Ct.
(radiiMtliiir Kserriaea To.Oiiy.
The graduating exercises of the Senior
class of the High School department of
our public school.', will take place
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, in the
High School building, to which all are
"Fiery iU' in (joing-.
And I'm going too." That's what
evert body is saying. "Where?'' "Why,
to Howe'd Great. London Circus and
Sanger's lloyal LnglMi Menagerie on
(u and alter thi' date C. W. Wliceler
A I o. will offer cord wood at tfl ') icr
cord; same sawed and split, $" bfi; tin
gle loads $1 7j pi rr load. Strictly casli.
Mammoth railtoiul car will arrive in
Cain J on Saturday morning, June 3d,
bearing Howes' Great Loudon circus anil
Sanger' lloyal llnglish 'menagerie and
give two grand exmoitous, in tnc idtn
noon and eveninsr.
Anui l i r:u t .
Tin: Cairo Turner Society will cele
brate thir i-ixlccntli tninivei -,.iy next
Sund.ty with musie and i'- .utnmpanl
iiic nt. at Sehid's h;i!i. The invitfition
to llie lili'ilic lo celt til'tte Wlt'l
!i tiii.m Is
'cut-rid. Adiiu-Vmn "Jo ivi.t
tnities ill w in. I Oji '.villi a il:.ln in (lie
t veiling. ". -1 -It
lilee A ..ea-ler,
.1. ah rs, corner Twclith stieet tin I
Wa-hiiii'iti avenue, are prt pared to di'-livi-r
lu',iiiiit bike ice in any p-irt ( I the
city dully. 'ihcwni;;on will run icj-u-larly
i vciy morning, tlcliverlng ice to
cu-toiiierj. A 'bare of tho patronage ot
the public i solicited. Ice depot oppo
site I ho Ut't.i.r.TiN' rtlii'e. ,i :10-Im.
Wednesday at ."::;) p in., Margaret J.,
wile of John T. Relink1 ol this city, or
heart disease, in the fiftieth year of her
age. Funeral services Friday, i) a.m., at
her late reiidencc on Walnut street. A
special train will leave the toot o Eighth
street, at t(l::!0 a.m.. tor ilia Ridge.
Friends of the lainily are eoiJially in
vited to attend.
Mr. (aiiiiittle's Insurance.
We are pleased to learn that the report
circulated to tlie clb-et that r. Gamble
had no iiiMiniiicc whatever on his wagon
factory, ile.-troyed by lire on Tuesday
evening, is not cornet. The buildings
were Insured by Sallord, Morris A Can
dee's agency lor eight hundred dollars
and the wagons, slock. etc., for Ihirty-six
A Painful rail.
We ngrer to learn that Mis Alice
Porter, who was :t passenger with a large
number of ladjes and gentlemen tin the
barge taken to Mound City by tin- lug
Laurel on pecoratiou day, met with a
very painful accident on t lie return trip
by fulling on the edge of a w-ai and sell-ou-Jy
injuring her back. Two physicians
who were culled pronounced the ailment
a slight injury of ihe Ppimd column,
from which no serious or permanent in
jury is apprehended, and it is hoped Ihe
young lady will be well ogatu in a few
days, and as bright and Joyful us it Is her
disposition to be.
Caiko, May Hist, l.7;.
Foiioit Bi l l rn A correspondent
tf Ihe ArguS'Jounuil, writingever the rig
nature of "Cync," trie to leave lie! im
pression on the readers of that paper
lh.-.i. Ihe note published itvcial v. cel.
since, and addressed to I In- ul.tor of
the-4 -J., ly "Pi le," rcully was so io'
dretsed. Bring r sponsible lor Its puhll
cut oii, 1 fell constrained to ataC lues',
emphatically, lhat the note in question
was, as idttrwardi stated in the Bi l l k
tin, a portion of a private note written
tor, ami ud dressed to me, and was pub
lialied without the consent or know
edge ol its author. Respectfully,
Isaac L. Uarbkii..
Mlas 1 bouiioii Niitl Mia Itnrrell lbs
Kerlpicnt nf lrrnla.
The "A"' ela. In the room tauht by
Mi llrrrell ami Alb Thompson, In the
Thirteenth ptrcet -hool, ycnterday after'
noon underwrnt Iheir cxamlnntion be.
fore a number of Indies and gentlemen
Interested in the public fi tiooU, and came
out with living color. At the conclu
sion ot tin exercises, the pupils of "A'
ola, wishing ta make mainfet
th ir npprei lalion of the worth of Miss
lliiriell and Miss Thonip-on, preented
each witli a neat cold ring. Mr. A.H.
Safl'ord, nt the reritet of the donors
pbcod the token In the hands of the
Jeai he's with appropriate remarks.
Words fill to deicribe (lie gorgeous
spectacle ol golden magnificence which
will appear in the streets of Cairo m
Saturday, June 3d, at 10 o'clock a.m.
!on-t fail to have thu children out to
look at the long line of Fplcndor.
Through several parlies, the inforiua
tlou was borne to this ofllcn yesterday
that we were prompted to publish the
item in regard to the imp' isiblc condi
tion of the roads between here and
Mound City, that people who dciired to
attorn I trie decoration or ioldiei graves
might bo induced to lake parage on the
Cairo and Vineeiines railroad. This is
very unkind of the author, who well
knows it is fal-e. We received our infor
mation from a gentlemen who examined
tho roads tor the express purpose of
learning if it was in a good state lor
travel or not, and gave, it as hi opinion
that it wool I be a very unpleasant jour
ney for those who went by buggies, and
his prediction can be testified to as cor
rect b several who did make the trip in
Ilena ottou and Lottie Vaughn were
up before Judge Bird yesterday on com
plaint tif Martha Cotton. They are three
colored ladies, and Martha swore that
l'enaan 1 Lottie had come to her palatial
residence, called her a liar and other
names, and then, not satisfied by giving
her emphatic prools that they doubted
her veracity for truth, "bounced"
her and attempted very hard to t poil her
beauty. Rena denied Mariha'ssUtemeut,
but Louie "smole a smili!"' ot one well
contented with the work she had done,
ati she explained how neatly slit; had "put
a head" on her antagonist, notwithstand
ing Martha was & much bigger and
stronger woman than she. His Honor
lined the offenders live dollar and costs
each. Lottie went to jail convinced that
ner giory was sunicieni to warrant iter
spending a tew days there, and with the
hone of cettinffout in time to resume
her place in the church choir next Sun
day ; but Rna went with Uitlccr Glad
ney to find a man who would pay her
At the. morning session
motion to (juasli atmimons
account tif imporper returns
the caaO of A. Baldwin & Co.. v. New
Orleans.'St. Louis and Chicago railroad,
was argued by Mr. Wheeler lor the
plaintiff and Judge Green for the de
fendants. The decision wa rtstrvtd
for the present.
A demurrer to pleas in tho c;tse of The
City ol Cairo vs. Walters X Ivluge, was
argued by Messrs. I.aiisden ami Iliad..
This was uu action brought by the city
against the ilt femiatits. us sureties on the
bond of H. T. Martin. The demurrer
i lie e.ue of the People vs. Ruber! ald
Wel), charged wiih perjury, was then
railed. Judge Muikt-y and W. C. Muikey
api-earing lor tin; Slate, and Messis.
Liuegur and Lan.sden lor the tU-fcinr.
The case will probably la-t until noon
to-day. I'lie coloied people are very
much cxciteil over this ease, as both
Caldwell and the prosecuting witness are
quite influential. They fill the court
room, entirely excluding anyone else.
When court adjourned the evidence for
the prosecution was not all iu, there yet
being ono or two more witnesses to be
examined. Court adjourned until Mfl)
Helen irt.ale'a lie tie lit To-Mult t.
The following correspondence ex
t Aiuo, lit., Way ::it-t. 1j;b.
Mi,s lKli n D'Eatt.
Rcgreting lhat during the time your
good company has been in this city, the
attendance at your performance, has
nolbeen what your abilities merit, wo
desire to tender you a bent lit on such
evening as you may designate, believing
that on I lie occasion the attendance will
be such as to conviuee you of the high
esteem iu which you are held by our cit
izens, as an actress and lady.
W. H. Morris. A. B. Salb ni.
F. S. Kent, T. W. Halliday,
F. Koismeyer, C. W. Punning,
N. B. Thistlewood, C. Pink,
Paul Cy Schiili, A. Alarx,
K.S. liewcy, Alex. 11. Irviu,
F. M. Stoclvlb'th, Herman Meyers,
I harlca Thrupp, P. I'. Linegar.
Henry Wiuler, J. Burger.
W. M. White, W. W. Williams.
Caiko, May 31.
Ii A 11 smf nl, V. It MoriU, K. 8. Kent,
I . W . II illi.Uy, uiul oUirm:
Gkniik.mk.n: Your kiml ftvor Is be
fore me. Allow me losinfer.lv thank
you. Your. Hi I cs P'LVii:.
Tho call published above was lgucd by
more than one hundred others besides
thoso whose names do not appear here,
which wc have not Ihe space to publish
This llslteriiig complinit i.t, bestowed
upon Miss P'Esle, Is no more than she
deserves as a star lu her profession, and
her worth as an ftlmahle lady. Thosa
wlu have attended the performances
given by her company in our ity, and
who have seen with regret Ihedlsad
van tape under which she und lur assls,
taut have labored lu please, have taken
tiis course to n coinprnc- her, as far as
In their pow er, ami It is dm her that
every amusement-lover greet her at the
' Clu uit court Is going alum:
Lots ol rain and mud ly
Howe's Great London sho,v is to be
here Saturday, fion't forget it.
Jailer Jim Carroll Is out regularly
with the eh tin gang, working on the
The graduating exercises at the
High School this afternoon promise to
be Interesting. ' Kverybody is Invited to
Tickets for Ihe complimentary letie"
lit tendered Miss Helen Ii'llste by the
citizens, at the Alheneutn this evening,
can be procured at Hartman'.
The A class in Misses Thompson and
M anvil's room in the Thirteenth Mrcc1
school, yesterday afternoon, proved their
appreciation of these excellent teacher
by presenting each w ith a very beautiful
plain gold ring.
S. Part-Ira announce special bargain
in Men' and BoysClothing.ood all wool
Ca-ssimcre suit only $9 00. A good boys
suit only $ I 00 and upwards. All much
lc' than heretofore for equal qualities.
The craw-fish business has about
play til out wit h the youngsters of the city.
They have gathered in all that were to
be found on the sipe water la-ds, and will
now have to turn their attention to some
other branch in order to procure pocket
The Dotn Pedro's ns'as mation did
not tak. place, but hundred., of wives
and daughters all over the city are happy
to think that they can buy the hot Cali
coes at 0 cents per yard at
14 J and 1-14 Commercial Rvemn
Miss Helen IV Kate was yesterday the
recipient of a call, signed by more than
one hundred ot our citizens, Including a
large number ol the most "solid" men lu
Cairo, who desire to tender her a com
plitnentary benefit. Miss D'Este an
swers the call in this morning'. Issue of
the Bt l.i.ETix in a manner becoming the
excellent lady he Is. and the benefit will
take place at the Athcneura to-night.
Let everybody pay her the homage due
her as an actress and lady, by their pres"
ence at the play.
Great revolution iu the line of Hoots
und Shoes, which 1 offer at prices never
heard ot before. Men's boots at $2 00
a pair, and all the rest in proportion.
Hi and 144 Commercial ave.
A So. I I.MiitHlry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundre--?, No. 12 Fourth ft root, be
tween Washington and Commercial avej
nuc, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the 2ity, ami land
lords of hotels and boarding houses w ill
rind it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
i nd boarding-house washmg ,a cents
, , ,
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 13c ; per
dozen, 80e ; socks, 5c ; two collars, oc ;
two haudkerchiefs, oo; vests, 20c; ana
all gentlemen's wear, 0c. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico drestes, 2"w.-; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25e; ladies' underware, tine
cud coarse, $1 00 per dozen. l-23-li.
The -llotiai Ueeer" ni oiir Health
Tlie liver is the great depurating or
blood clensing organ ot the system. Set
tlm great housekeeper of our health at
work, mill Ihe foul corruptions which
gtiidcr in ihe blooil and rot out, as it
w ere, the machinery of life, are gradually
expelled from the system. For this pur
ptise Pr. Pictee's Golden M..-dicai !!.
coveiy. with small daily doses of Pr,
Pierce's Plea-ant Purgative Pellet are
pre-eminently tlie arlteles necileil. 1 hey
cure c cry kind ol'liumor from llie wotv
serolllla to I he 10I11111..I1 pimple, lilutel
or t rup-.ion. tin tit eating ulcers kindly
heal under their mighty curative iutlit
ence. Virulent blood poison that lurk
iu tlie system are by them robbed of their
lerrors.an I by their persevering and some
what protracted use tin- mo-t tainted sys
tem may be completely renovated and
built up anew. LnlargL-d glands, tumors
and swellings dw iudleaway and disappear
under the Influence of their great resol
vents. Sofd by all dealers in medicines.
Claude, a child about three years old,
was greatly alllicted with sores on his legs
and feet, so lhat he could not wear his
shoes and stockings. Had a great ileal
of trouble with thtiii. Hail tried many
remedies ineflectually. At la-t we tried
tlie Golden Medical PLseovcry, and in
about three weeks he was entirely cured,
his sores were all healed, and health
much Improved. Respectfully yours,
J. W. llovi u.
Vermillion, Edgar Co., 111., Jan. 2'Jih,
Ciitperur, SiuKhu, Mitntli-ia
The ieat elephantine cumbinatlou. wi'l
appear hi the grand street parade on Sat
urday morning, und alter w ki ds repair to
the mammoth pavillloin of Howe'aCircat
London show and give two raiid per
formances, afternoon and niht. They
pre lent their e-ompliuients, and also their
trunk; to all the little children, and wish
to have llicm come to iho hi show.
Uointr lt Iluui.ua r 4Joloril
Take the Atchison, Toin-ka and Santa
IV railroad, tho new und popular line
Irotu Atchison and Kansas Cily, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Tut-blo,
Colorado Springs, Peuver, Cannon City,
Cucharus, Pel Norte, Sunta Fo und all
p.iluts Iu Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip t;0 day tick
eti to Pciivt r on sale May Ijlh, at J.0,
taking In the famous watt-ring place- ou
Iho P. It. G. road. Low emigrant
rates to the Sau Juan mints.
Pullman pnlaeo tlei-piutf cars bi-nvcen
the Misbourl river aud tho lcky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made nt K-iua City ncl AuJ.Nnti in
iiiiinii tiepow. I'ur mips, tiino tables
Mid the Siaii Juan guide," adddress,
T. J. Amuhshm,
Gen. Pass. At. Tc ka, huu.
There will bo two grand circus euter
talnmeiits here on Saturday. Howes'
Loudon and Snuffer' K-iglUb Cirtiisei
Pou't full to Isle eve .y child In the city
ol Clio to roe them,
juMTKYAJfCIX3, NOT A RIM PUBLIC
Land Agents of the Illinois Central and
Burllnictou and ttuiucy K. 11.
Ilusiuess House lately occupied by
Wood Pitleuhouso ,t Co., on Levee be
low llth street. He it very reasonable!
levelling house, 7 rooms ; til lots
enclosed, in good order, on Twenty-
fourth and Walnut streets, ttoiit low to
n good tenant.
Two tenements on west side of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Kent for each,
Dwelling house, ft rooms, on Fifth
street near Walnut, in good repair. Pent
$12.50 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Tweuty-tlrst Mrerf, near Sjcamore
north side. Pent $5, per month.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Pent low.
Basement of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near Eighteenth
street, five rooms iu good condifionl
Building on east side of Coniinercla
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter stop. Cheap rent.
Building on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old 'City
Hall." Pent very low.
Tenements, offices and room in vati
ous lacations. Pent low.
Lots and lands for sale or lease.
John (. Hahm.vn & Co.,
Ue.il Estate Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. 3-15-tf
Walt IlKPARlMlTtT. ltlTP IlKronr,
.May .0 , .7ii
JOHN a. HARMAN &
STATIOy. , LOW WATS II. CUAItOB.
rr. in. T. is.
tiro 26 4 -0 r.
Piituburir 3 10 ' ft
CindnDati lfi 81 7
Ixiuisniile 8 60 3
Nash v tile II A I
St. LnllU !' ' 0 1
KvinnNllle tr W o 4
Memphiit i' T -tl
VicinMinr 44 1 11 1
New Ui'liiiim S 4 11 li
Ik-low high wtitcrof 1"4.
I A M KS WATSON,
fiertfeant, Siioial Hervire, IT. S. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk, I'aduculi.
" Joseph It. Williams, tow, Cin.
" Oakland and tow, I'itlsburg.
Ironsides, St. Louis.
U. T. Scheiu k, New Oi leans.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Faducah.
Joseph 11. Williams, low, N.G
' Oakland and tow, South.
U. V. Scheuek, Cincinnati.
Walt McKee, river correspondent at
this point, has received the following let
ter Irom Captain Ket-su Pugau, w ho is iu
Philadelphia. The letter is written on
the margin ot tlie paxes of an old Putch
almanac for IS.j, one line to tlie pae-
It is tinted Filly Pel Fy, May the twenty
tooth, aud says :
The cxpofUh is a biff tiling come
over and ace it. It you em't get ready
fur this one, come to the next. This is
the latest almanac, and 1 send it lo you as
a kcensake. I had to slay iu VYMi-hiuiMon
longer than I expected. The president
would not let me leuve sooner
Vnu can always tell what kind (' weal ti
er you have had hy perusing ifiis lnjtik
Tibe continued in our next. Kiss p.iel.
1 1111111111'' lor me. ii imi can get one
huiulreil mid littv thuiisaiKl tor tlie Kck
i l t. sell I. er. VN ill send you a piece of the
enteunial about liiesi.e Ot a nutuse's
ear. My ollb-e here is room IW. ConU
liental ow, at pre-elil but I expect to
sleep iu Ihe market bouse oelore i vet
away from here. Spent yesterday (Sun
day) iu Ualtiinore moral tow n, n ill
leave for homo when mv money runs
The Iron Mountain Is coming from
Wheeling w ith 700 tons of nails for St.
The painters are at w ork on the Su
sie Silver at St. Louis. A new covering
will Ik put on her roof, ami the entire
outside ol tlie boat will be, painted.
The U. 1. Scheiuk jiaised up Willi
a fair trip, for 'inrinuati.
The Joseph II. Williams went down
with u tow of coal for New Orleans.
The Ironsides came in Iroui St.
Louis w ith a tow of old railroad iron for
Pittsburg, and went to the bank.
Tint James Fisk had u moderate trip
Tlie Itee and barges ami James How.
aid. lor New Orleans, and the Arlington
lor Pittsburg, urc all due from St. Louis
Attorney tit Law.
OH'ICK : Al re.iili'iu-e on Ninth Street, Is
ion ii WntliitiiMiin aeimeiini Walnut M
L.l- A JI.K.Akim ChKKt
Id. ID. Akin dSc Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles.
Whips, Collars, Etc.
10) Commercial Atsuus, CAIRO, ILLS.
rThoks favnriuK Willi their (stronttgs
Will llu.l a ctiiiiiilt-lv l-ncof Kuotla IVois which I
'TlioM favnriuK n Willi their (strontti
t.ln l,ul hiittom MWi.
!PAlDtIi.SlhIls la lbs Vno
wsrwUs,sl5ulilsss psnal ,??.
DgsrsstHUss you to A psusios. A roftorsa
lis siataar sow alQbl, mXimjoi M?TM
Tba loss ol to glTsa ru pavslos.
Tss was si sasrs maa a r-'
f JSssAlstsasssi f
fur oopjr si Psawips s4
Xutoopysi I'sbii n II 1 t'r" L ' .
iSSOWTi it. riiwcaiiALp.
Woi all Wtrt mu OM 4-J
IW Hal i Wkat Wa1at---tPA
To whom Pensions are
Ths Bet tiTt-r firiatlns;
ettalileibment roukea a
apecialty of Rill Tltsvls,
Note Iteails, ltlr llesil,
Atatemi-nta, t'anls, f tc fxik at the prices 1
Small ulra Itill heails, jier la.0.,..... .frt 00
Meilliuu size litti besds, ter tiiouanJ.....U I T .
All on rnurteen jmiinJ ier, CarHnle htilU,
ruteJ two centa jier pound higher than paper
nxe.1 liyane other onii-e rnleU fe oHetst the
null myenullj for thi oBire . -
biatementa, t julrate, per li 00
lUM Ite-ulP, (tiflysle, per HSW ......... 4 rl
Nule ilernl, t otlynle, liSW ,., S (M
ViaitlnKi-anl )ier packaxe . 75,
Hiimnea earrts, No. I ply OriMol tmarj.
perl' .. 1 mi iu'4 e
niiine!fnri1a, N.t I lilank, irliM) t 00
gnarter-fheet, halfaheet, rufl-aheet and litres
livt pulrra, anil ruluml work lnlow St. fjouls
I-aniiilili-t. Bim.L Work ah 1 Tth-e l.lMi mails
THURSDAY NIGHT, JUNE 1876.
HE LEU n
j. g. mm,
support -il liy Iheir Kaiuous Company
TO -IT I CUT,
As plnyeit at tlie Colon Pq'ure Theatre. JfW
York, tot l'" nights, on which occasion a
ItcntU-ren to MifS
Tlv over fl"Vi rlf i7(n of Cairo.
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
?,5Q0 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and BI'kTea.
ALSO, DKAL1.IIS IN
AND OTIIKB I'KOOl'l K.
tiH, 70 anil 7i Vint Ulrett. ISf., O.
DISPENSARY f K.VS?-
Ttttiij v-uricirwriiiifetn thftrratntent ut btfcu! ana
CUvOlllit Liat-,vfilIMr fs.
iymoioetcai view ci jaurriags
iiisirrit'U siMtl t ctfitMiplsitiitj(
tli i.fwt" inlirmitxh ot voiti.
ruBIHlOU aUH WiMllinUOtHl An M llstrsWUfWaOII nTtltast-L
t.r tu rajitiji, turh khouiti b kryt uitUT m auq
kJV. M nt iip-l' ri-ati t'i rWifTB.
A 1'itlVA 1' K MKU1CAL TREATIS An all tiis
or a pnv.ito Nsiture in b-nri m, the abu a. l l -rln
julihst1 vuni i.wtfni, und lite mrat. tut i-ui-St--0eaXw
W il'i i iftv ;iiji-j, font ii lult rural fori!.) eti.
JdFDX'A tt A&VICE onS Tiialaiui Chroni DiMai
S. it..!.. Witiltui -t, Cutarrh, Caiii r, Ki.ittti ilw i.iti.u
H. M, , i.Wr irk arnt under ati lr W ria, All
tUrae I c-k i-'.u'ftu.injt 4UOpseeaaivilyrrvfliu.r wuitsa
I. imi iu it ii.- svtt.H-t, aeut ateaurely an r
ti-ipt of t'O eta. Aiilrviat Or, Butts' DiKMrnwy.
Wii.UN. 8lht..8u UuitaMo. Lt:taMialu4 Wi.
An lUuttrataJ Vark f
a Drlvaw sMMUsati
tto uwrriMl aistl aaar
ti Ahlm fats Ikal allMssTissa
v4 lb asaai 4jMmat l$ fcttuat a.
u.. tfiacuvertsi ta lb
UlWIIsf a KiMmurRpfaduclkiai ks
ha tru!v Ksvtinv Tu ti
jruuiiy auJ multlla ard aboulift ratwl tind Maifiti it
i Lintaiiiia i it tunnAikon. whick nu oaa r&a aAira ts ha wuka
iruunrd rviauoa. mium ua
t4 ihould maJ and wmiw it i
out i on how lu praaanra lha hf, 'mI rvxiiiil toa. oA
civ to felt-d rhtwka tha trauuM y&. Li S k
valy tnm Marrii GuitM In Im vorio. r
ly Mb-I Tt iHtW mi ha etmsHaltsW parsuaaoy a ka
nv of the
pr. si. U. OUM,
nan wit any or inviiiniTta nsriiuueu ia m wi.avwnsv
Uh ti UsUsmnta enrra vin(t
iruiu nw it su' urt an lnailst
uyiilivt fkuuld klWW M
Cuiiahi. MiTia(, th
t'hy ittKiit teal ktyatarie
and Hrlationa of lk
kiua . v ittviM . haw tm cur
alt kind ot I)ioarff, with huu dr. da nt valuable rrcvikta
lure aud cr. Tttat-nu all DisH-ata, fully vaIainlnrthir
wiiutitouia Hiarrv,in iinirainMriiia i mamaM, nit m
cauar tyntpiaiiit and iiM'aua Ut cur
aL'ifiitinir jurk uklir kmd vvrr pukiii
rritpiaiiit aim im iiii lo cur t u n utatuiiy Tiif
jurk vklir krtd vvrr pukiitkfd, and i compkis)
iu mprt-f. kt nt atn urrly M-aleti u rTil ut i eta.
A10-. I'r A Im ill AN MAN, Ul CVurtft ItUk
lit. U-iia.Mu. Ertabiuhrd ill ikiT.
37 Conrl Place, LOUISVILLE, KV.,
A rjUrt M ktwd and Uai.r aitattfled kyatrtaa ad Ukj
aiw4 a.w U,'a hi iraL-u- U1 yn.
Cures all wrw o!
CHRONIC aud hi
Sporzuatorrlio.ni end Xmpotituojra
aU.arvLit af wi( iSuk 1 1 u-i. av i-w im ta-
Urar ye a. trotbr . aaal (k ts-
.tmd Vn twlssteM, brmiuul katlxta. (alglsl aftsitsV
I 'tis T.r 4roiu) l4uisf4i i.uai, (rW tl altaimry. ft.-s.sl-,
liMiliaa ra-Hj, A I. r-rimHf at rMMltfl,
Cwulu i u r M--4. I ' Hi '-us . f. mr. aW., tv rig
am-rn Im ,ip- r r ui.toi.i'f , r tliiaki aad f m
ttrut.y tut-r.t K YPIIILXS r'h d M4 aa
rjvir r-TiT tie -.swu; Qouorrbea.
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Tii at. H-iU r nvata 4in: aKVl crad.
Ii t U-v4e-yi Uiit aktArla a a jsoclal atamii
tu a oerutu etas at &nc'. aul ticio a4a aaaa-
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re-wtsiuua4 DruaA w iuy asr. M bra It t lievataau a
fiiM iht- .-wi for ifAat4acuu uMu Iik-s eBj k aatt iteaiatf
aAii tattly hy matlwr aara tt abar.
Cures Guaranteed in ail Cm
I ust.tisk.t.a iaawtaUf av f lattar Hwt Md I
Ckait tvmavntVfe Aad cvrt-isoiiit uc trurtA rskaAias(aasW
Or SOS r$" t a4rria, aKacl anM, hr saav
iw nuu. akwia k r.J l, t'L UItm m Im.
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OKKK i: .Nf t KMORWCKs Eights fttvsst
l.i-lwvru Wanhiaulos ssil tuAuitsctal ATasur
wif CAIKO. UXA
r tu. MiTcnELL ti BnianAr:.
fft'i 1 ll allenllos rli f. ts Mrry "
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