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LYNCH & KOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, I'nlro lots,
n exchange for St. Louis proixrtjr.
The wmlli halt of the "Pilot" house nt
- rot tugt on Sixth street Dear Wash
Cottage ou F.lghtli afreet near Wal
It welling, corner Tvverifjr-lourtli and
FlrM floor of brick dwelling rornrr
Ninetec nlli ami Poplar si reett.
'ult age on Fourth Street, lietwetn
fonimrrrlnl and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Stm t, wet of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth slrn-t, wett
tf Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and fixtures. soutliwot eorn
sr Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivenne, at a hriruin.
Cottage on Twelflli ktrcet, we.t of
Joiniuerchil avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Cross str'-et, wes
of Washlngtou avenue.
Uiislnef lioiue on Ixivee street, ahovc
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
street, near Commercial avenue.
Storo room on Commercial avenue,
n xt to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 room" on Twenty-third
treet, $0. Ijood yard and cistern.
tiood dwelling house on Walnut, 1
tween Twenty-second and Tweiity-th:.rd
Store-room rnrner Twentieth and
I'ot.lsr streets, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above, $s,
House on Commercial avenue, m ar
I'.tth street. Suitable for biiMneis and
I a clling, $13.
Tenement numbered 8 and 9,
Winter's Row. ft rooms each fur $10
nt mouth. Will be put in llrst-class
.Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied Vy A. Hullcy.
Dwelling house on Sixth street and
Jefferson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi-H-a.
Rent Jow, to a good tentnt.
-Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms lu various parts ot the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Land", in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
Fifiy cents, at Winter' (Jallcry.
The uudcr.igued is prepared to pump
tut and repair citterns or build now ones
on short notice and at satisfactory prices.
.T. S. IUwkinh,
i3d and dar streets. I'ostofflee box
Pallerua lor Ike Ladles.
.loot reived a large assortment of
Hazaar tilobe Fitting i'attems, the best
Hlting in ut-e, at flm. (.'. IIaxnv's
It on In sttil haora. '
Large stock c-f I.:ilies, and Children.
r.itoU uiid Shoe ut low prices, at
5-14-1 III. HiNNt'4,
I.iMit l'Mi.i:r lothivi;. Ladies'
Cfiemle, Drawer, .kirH and Xlght
Kowiin in lino Muslin, tucked and ein
btiodi red at reduced rules, at
142.iiid141 Coiiiiinrciul avenue.
Solimon I'aieira ha received an addi
ti.n:d txk of Dry Coods, Cluihing,
limit and Shoe-, which he is uft'ci iiijr, to
suit the times. Tin rcloie. If j oil want
to nave money give niui a call ut 142 and
141 Commercial avenue.
I'hi popular ahuu, miner Fourti-enth
street and Wuhiugtou avenue, in oikii to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice lienors and the, finest
brand of cigars.
:i-25-tf A. Kuoi H, Proprietor.
R. J. Cundill" has just received a car
load of Dubuque ice, and will continue
to receive Ice throughout the entire sea
son to supply the jobbing and retail
trade. lie respectfully solicits a share of
your patronage. Ice depot, No. 17,
Eighth street. 5-17-tf
I. mil iter.
For the place to buy lumber cheaply,
go to J. S. Met Jahey, coiner of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, w here
he Is locating his new lumber yard, and
during the month will be prepared to fur
nldi all kinds of building material.
5 14-1 in
Wood ! Wood i
For sale at $1 50 per load. Stove w.iod,
jawed and fplit, $J per cord. Four loot
wood, $:i 60 per cord, delivered in any
part ot the city. Rig lot of stove wood
on hand. Leave order at No. 31 Eighth
street, and they will receive prompt at
tention. 5-1.1-1 ni. F. W, W akp.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of The Bi'llktix, unless the
same U made on a written order sigued
by the president or secretary of tlio com 1
puny, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
Caiho Hru-KTix Coii PAN Y.
November 10. 1S75. tt
For a clea.t shave, a fashionable hair,
cut, or a thorough riinmpoo, go to .1.
Oeorgd Stelnhouse on Eighth street,
Alexander County Rank building. His
shop Is always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
till tables covered with the latest daily
papers, for the. benefit of his customer.
or th il
ly r rir
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
price ($2.50) at the Biurtis office.
W are aiitlioilied to announce .TnltX It.
ItOHINttOX as aramlidn'e rr sheriff of Alei
mlcr ortutty, at the coming county election.
We are utlnirir.et to announce tint H. A. Kit
iiiiiniMon in an Independent Itepulilicsn candi
date lir Sheriff, at tit" ensuing county elei tioii.
We arc authorirr.l tr. announce I'KTI'.H KVV,
for an Independent canilnlate tor Sheriff or Al
eiandfrooiiuty, at the ensuing county election.
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ASCAI.OM I.ODOK, NO. 51.
KniKhts of I'j'tliias, tutrl erery Fti
dav tiinlit at tialf-iaMt sven, in Old-
Kclluws' 1UI1. Hows,
1 bincellor C-ominanler.
A1.KTAN1IKU I.OIMJE, NO ?i4.
""Hfc Ii,.Jil-ii"Unt tinier of Odd-Fel-
Wa iow, i""1 ,,,ry 1 t,"r",luy ;'''
''mti at liulf-iast Keren, in their hall on
.'oinii.rrcial avenue, between .ixth anU .v-vrnth
r,vti Ciias J.AJIS. U
-Hll!(l tNCAMJ'MKNT, I. O. O. F., tneets
..n (M1-Fellows Mall on the flrKt and third
I iwwlai iu every month, at halr-tMt seven
JxnH Uoynl, C I'-
' a CAIItof.OIXiK. NO.i7,A.F. A A. M.
mJ, IJ..l'lnrtilr ounirniniratioBS in Ma
JV3rgv,nic Hall, corner Coiamerdal avenue
' ,nd Kiyhth street, on the sweond al
onrth MoB'lay of each month.
ntrrs nr advi.riihi.
rl"AU bills for aivertisina, are due sud ,y-
aule I ADVASCS
Transient advertising will be inserted at tlis
rate of tl "I (lersqnaia for the 6rst ini-erlion
and W cents for each suU.HCtient one A librsl
Aiwaunt will Ije made on sUnding and dit.l
For Inserting Funeral notice t Notice ol
ineetiiig of societies or sei tet urJrrs fJ cents for
tmi li ibxilion
Church, ilocislr, Ftstivsl and .HuprrfT notices
will obly be iuieitt d as advcrtisenirnts
No advariioeiueiit will be receiiel at lets Ihun
Hi cents, and no advertisement will I" inserted
for less tlian three dollars lr month
t9k."mm Iooal Busineaa Notices, of
SfZ tn lines or mors. InssrUtl
J in tba BuUetin follows :
Commtnct Counting at ten Lines.
On insertion per line .. 3 Cents
Two Insertions per line 7 Csutt
Three insertions per line 10 Cents
Six Insertions per line 16 Cents
Two weeks per line 25 Cents
One month per line 35 Cents
Mo Reduction will be made in abore
FKIDAV. JI NK 2, 1S7G.
I.nenl Weather Report.
Cairo. 111., June 1, IiTO.
IIak. Tim. Wmu. Vkl.
n Ml ,
f 7l 1
7" I - I "
14 : lair.
Sergeant. Signal lervi.e, t . S. A.
Thirty thousand al received at th
Bcli .rix office.
Stock of Dry (Joods at very low prices
at 5-14-lui. C. IIaxnv's.
Beat Always lUr 4 feapekl.
Choice ham of Henry A me and al-o
Worker's brand at the
5-2:t-rt Ni w Yui:k .Siokk.
A monster war-eh-phant, will prome
nade the streets ot Cairo on Sat
urday morning, accompanied by his four
companions and give a grand perform
ance in Howe's Jreat Loudon show, af
ternoon and evening.
Linen Damask Napkins ami Towel
ing otlerin at it disced pi ices ut
0-1 1-1 in. '. IIavv's.
I.liten I'll per.
Lii.cu fibre, pUte finish, ktter and note
pajier at the lit 1. Ll.l in ollice. lUuc uud
ciealll laid, below St. Louis prices.
I Ian l'et
That It takes forty-two railroad car,
each thirty feet lonj;, to transport
Howes' (ireal London Circus and
Sanger's Uyal Knlith Menagerie
through the country, three times the
number ever employed by any other
show in the world.
Large ftock ol Carpet i oflering very
cheap at .Vlt-liu. C. Ha.nnv'h.
Wate wood ft out Foreman Saw .Mills
for sale at $S 00 per car. Inquire ala
Cairo cl Vincennes freight depot.
Seri Iron WHiileal.
Wanted, 000 tons of scrap iron in 1(1
tons lots for cash.
Vl l.fAN MANfFACll lilNd Co.
47 . McLeans' lihx-k, St. Louis, Mo.
I t v e KleptiMitla.
The only five perlonuiiig eli-pl.unti
evi r H-cn In Amciic.t nill be exhibited
and performed twieo in Howes' Great
Lonlon Circus ring on Sal unlay,
June :id. .
Skk Ivticii. C. hoch, at his shop and
stott room, No. U0 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock ot boots ami shoe of
his own make ; uUo a lull stock of leather
atid liudiugs lor sale ; and a
large stock of St. Louis cus
tom made boots and shoes. He
keep? the bc-t material uud is up in all
the latest styles. His tits are perfect, and
satisfaction Is f tianinteeJ. Give him a
The cheapest and latest style Dry
goods, in the city also the clienM-st lot of
Embroidered Parasols, and notions can
always be totiad at
112 and 114 Commercial avenue.
lt)Hl friuera t'omliis; I Culro.
Four I'riuces of royal blootL.will vlbit
Cairo on Saturday morning. They ac
company Howes' (ireat London Show.
They will be dressed in all the barbaric
splcndotof their native country, and
will entertain all who may vUit the liig
Show. They are natives of the Province
of Ikngal, India.
Dr. Smith ha removed his ofllet to
rooms 8 and U, Winter's block. L'ntranee
on Seventh asrert.
W0)l I llosil ! !
On and alter this date C. W. Wheeler
A Co. w ill offer cord wood at f 3 50 per
cord; same sawed and split, $5 00; sin
gle loads $1 T5 per load. Strictly cash.
The KsHiiilnnllnn To.flny.
A very cordial Invitation Is extended to
the public, by the teachers and pupil, to
attend the examination at the high school
this afternoon. The graduating exercises
to take place w ill be very Interesting.
lletween the foot of F.ighth street, Ohio
levee, anil the court houe, a package of
accounts against various parties of this
city. The finder will please return them
to the owner. Samim. Williamson.
Furniture nt Aiietlin
I will, on Monday morning, June 5th,
170, begin selling the entire stock of
furniture of Joseph Smith at his store on
Commercial Avenue, between 10th and
20lh Sts. John Hog ax, Constable.
I. . O. Slotlie.
The members of Alexander Lodge, No.
224, L O. O. F. and the Daughters ot He
bekka are requested to meet at the resi
dence of Uro. John T. lieniiie to attend
the funeral of our late .Sinter, Margaret J.
Kennie, ut ! o'clock sharp. liy order of
the Lodge, C. I.amk. N.
" I liey ' Siol
Two of the .smartvd loys that ever was
wen in a circus, In Howe'sfircat London
Show. Their names are Frederick and
Willie OT.rii u. They are only six years
old, and they are the finest actors on the
trapeze ever seen in America. It is
strange, but iicvrrthclcas true.'
"I oiildn'l ililuU r 11. Sir.
No, sir, would sooii'jr think of running
oil with my grandmother, sir, than to
slay at home and work" all day Saturday,
sir, when Howe's (ireat Loudon Show is
coming to Cairo. Talk about your Cen
tennial. Why it never'll he thought of
in Cairo on the ;id day of June, 170. No,
sir, Howe's London gets me sure, Sat
urday." 'I here's a Half Dozen
Of them Indiarubbcr fellers that tlu'ow
double somersaults over the live ele
phants, camel and four hoises, in Howe's
(ireat Loudon Circus. Fred O'Brien is
one of them, and Billy Bachelder is ano
ther, and ho is Frat.k Worland, and
Johnny Bachelder, and I've lorgot the
other fellers name, but they'll be there
and do itsure on Saturday afternoon and
'I lie .. U. Vermis Jackson County.
The railroad bond suit between the
Cairo and St. Louis narrow gauge
railroad vs. Jackson county, will,
it is expected, be taken up in the circuit
court to-day. Judge Allen, who ap
pears In behalf of Jackson county, ar
rived in the city yesterday, as did also
two prominent lawyers of Chicago, who
will uphold the rights of the narrow
gauge. Mr. Cauda is also in the city,
and will, w undersand, remain until
Judge Baker gives his decision.
I (lucM I'll nave to so."
"Thai's what we heard an old fiicndot
ours say yesterday, l'he fact is, said
he, 'I had about given up going
to circuses, and.it has seemed as if Cairo
was never going to have a good one
again, until Howe's (ireat Loudon
agents came here and billed the town. I
aw (hat ehow in St. Louis iu April, aud
I think hi well of It I ant going to take
my wife uik. childidi en Saturday, a
thing 1 have not dune before iu ten
I.t'. I in eiiicula .
Tim round house of the Illinois l entral
l.'ailroad Co. is undergoing extensive al
terations and improvements. The lloor
ol the entire building is being removed,
clay aud other material plaocd under
neath, aud a new ami more substantial
one will be laid down. The numerous
tracks in the house are also being taken
up, aud new foundations fur them are
being put down of stone and heavy tim
bers. The work will n quire the time til
forty men tor a mouth.
On the Fourth of July the member of
the A. M. K. church propose to give a
grand Centennial barbecue at F.lm ( irove,
corner of Eighteenth and Chestnut
street. The proceeds are for the benefit
ot the church, which is considerably in
volved iu debt, and Ft is Imped the barbe
cue will be liberally patronized by the
community at Isrge. The committee
of arrangements, composed of K. Whips,
Alfred Ling, Milton Jen kens, U. W. LI
lis, C. Pceple and D. Broom, will spare
no pains to make it. u s uc.ee and a pleas
ant ail'.ilr lor all w ho attend.
staking Made i.nuy.
By tr-ing the Centennial cake p ;n, the
latest and bc?t invention for eiik baking
yet oll'cred. Made of ll.u--.ia iron; dur
able a hfe-tiine. Will bake your cake
more evenly than in the old-t'a-hioiud
tin cake pans. A solid cake or one with
center tube can be baked, I litis practically
giving two pans for pi ice of one. The
sides aud tubes can be removed from the
cake instantly without injuring it in the
least, leaving it undisturbed on its base,
to be Iced or frosted while hot. Fvery
lady seeing its advantage will want one.
S. W. Stllwell, agent, Is now canvassing
Itogs, ins. llstt, Tin, D;i,Ts.
Cn v Marshal's Oinn:,
A K A II J'.NGINK Hoi
Caiho, Jll., June 1
All owners of dogs and sluts within
the corporate limits of thg city of Cairo
are hereby uotitied that the city tax upon
the same must be paid on or before the
15th day of June, 1m7(1, after which all
(logs or sluts found within the city limits
on which the tax has not been paid will
be killed. 1 w ill be found in my ollice
from now umil the 15th to receive said
tax, from 9 o'clock a.m., lo 12 o'clock in.,
of each day. John II, C, us. man,
Is II ?"
" Vou bet it ain't anybody else, but
(lie Simon-pure, only and original James
Mellville, the celebrated Australian and
European Kquestilnn, that will be here
on Saturday with his talented and brll.
Hard sons, Frank and Alex. .I've seen
them, and I know it to be a fact. Besides,
Howe's Loudon don't have any bogus
names in their programme."
W e learn that Mrs. Saunders W com.
pit ting the preparations for her concert,
which she proposes giving at the Allien-a-uni
next week. A number of the lead
ing singers and pianists of this city will
a"si-t Mrs. Saunders, and the entertain
ment is to be a grand treat for the lovers
of fine music. We are told also that one
or two young lady strangers in our city,
highly accomplished musicians, arc to
appear on the occasion of the concert,
and introduce to the audience several
new and very Interesting features, which
promise to add much to the success of
I've seen clowns, and plenty ot them,
iu my day, but there's a clown in Howe's
great London Circus, and he's a w hopper
and no loollshness about it either, for he
weighs hard on to three hundred pounds
and the way he shakes things up around
that show, am shakes the people of! the
seats with fun and laughter, would do
old Momus himself good to look at.hhui
the gems ot wit, come tumbling and
rolling out of his mouth like water
through a basker. His name is Ben Ma
ginU;y. a gentleman in i very sense of the
Jlrleu It lote.
A full hou-;e, we are pleased to say,
gneted Helen D'Kste on the ocea-iou of
her benefit last evening. The play was
that of the "Two Orphans," and was
excellently well rendered. Wo are of the
opinion that the people have begun to
appreciate this lady and her company
w hen it is too late. On Wednesday night
the troupe appeared in the charting
comedy of "Married Lite." The weather
was extremely unpropitiou", and as a
consequence the audience wt s small ;
we but repeat the words ol competent
Judges, when we say that never before
has any combination proved Itself more
worthy the support of the amusiiuent
Iovsts of Cairo than this one.
''llutr you Seen the liHiiien
Female horsewoman of the world? No,
I know you hav'nt, and never will 'til
you witness her under the pavilions ot
Howe's (ireat London Circus, in Cairo,
on Saturday. Her name is Mile. LTize
Dockrill. She 1 a French lndv, and this
is her second season In America. She
rides her bare-back eteeOs without bridle
or saddle, with the velocity of a whirl
wind, and the only lady in the world
w ho can ride and tnauagc lour horses at
one time, which she will do on Saturday
otternoou and evening."
The ease of the People vs. llobei t Cald
well was on trial all day yesterday. The
monotony was occasionally broken by
the pert reply of some witness. The
court room has been crowded all day by
the respective friends of the defendant
aud the prosecuting witness. The evi
dence was all in at 5 o'clock, at which
time State's Attorney Mulkey commenced
his argument lor the people. The case
will probably occupy all day to-morrow,
as Judge Mulkey, Mr. Linegar and Mr.
Lansden have yet to speak.
L. P. Butler, Esq., of Murphysboio.
and Hon. Norman Jtnld of Chicago, are
in attendance at court for the purpose of
arguing a demurrer m the case of the
','airo and St. Louis railroad vs. Jackson
county, which will probably be taken up
' t.rvat Huny people
Have the Idea that when they see a grand
ami gorgeous street parade, that there
will not be a very good performance! un
tier the canvass, ,i,t the proprietors of
Howe's London would respectfully say
to the citizens of Cairo, that it they do
not see the finest parade, the linest per
formance, the finest lady riders, the
linest acrobats,the finest bare-back riders
both male and female ; the finest gym
nasts, the finest performing elephant
the finest performing dogs, and the best
show that they ever saw in Cairo, they
will refund them their money cheerfully
Mine Kogera Piill Indulge in is
The little talks in Miss Rogers'
Eleventh street school had a joyful time
at their pienie, yesterday afternoon. It
was Intended that the demonstration
should be held iu the yard of Mr, Ivors-
imyer's residence, at the coiner of
Eleventh and Walnut streets, butlhii rain
prohibited It, and the pupils gathered lu
the school room.
The exercises, consi.-tlng of declama
tions, dialogue, etct, were well done,
proved very int( rcting to the visitors
present, and reflected credit upon the
model teacher of the little ones, Miss
Alter the exercises, the entiro school
joined iu song singing, aud alier
this, Mrs. W. P. Wri-lit, Mrs. Frank
Parker, Miss Thompson, Miss Hogers,
Mrtf. Dewey, and u number vl other la.
dies served the pupils w ith refreshments
of strawberries, cukes, oranges, confec
A large number of the most prominent
ladies and gentlemen ot the city were
present, including Messrs. A. B. Saft'ord
aud Koisiaeyer, of the board of educa
tion. After the pupils had partaken of the
many good thing prepared for them, Miss
Kogers dUiibuted the prizes, when each
one sought his or her home In high glee.
Though some disappointment was
shown by the pupils at being compelled
to remain indoors, (he picnic was a de
cidedly pleasant a flair, heartily enjoyed.
Sleed Pol nine.
Just received at the New Vork Stor
Choice Northern Peach Blow Polafoo
for Table and Seed, for sale low.
6-ai-lot C. O. Path u & Co.
Mr. C. A. Beck, division supeiintcnd
e nt of (he Illinois Central railroad, I. In
A. d.Damron, Esq., of Vienna, was
In the city yesterday on professional
. llcv. W. B. Mluton of Auua, will
preach lu the Presbyterian church of this
city both morning and evening, Sunday,
-Mrs. Bcekwith of Cleveland, Ohio,
is In the city visiting at the residence of
her cousin, Mr. A. 1). Sa fiord.
Tom Mathews, the well known sew
ing machine agent of Anna, was In the
city yesterday, on business for his com
pany -the "Victor."
-L. P. Butler, Esq., of Murphysboro,
and Hon. Thos. Allen, ot Chester, were
In attendance on Circuit Court yesterday,
looking alter the interests of their clients
in the case of Jackson Co. vs. the Cairo
and St. Louis Railroad.
For Ullllnfr Ilia Wire mid Children.
From a gentleman employed by the C.
A. A T. railroad company, we learn that
while he, In company with a lot of other
men, were at work on the road a day or
two since, they were suddeuly accosted
by the city marshal ol Sikeston, Mo.i
who asked whether they had seen a cer'
tain individual, describing him, pass that
way. The workmen had seen such a
man pass them only about an hour
before, and told the marshal so. The
ofllcer, whs was accompanied by five
other men, all heavily armed, started In
pursuit, and iu a short time returned
with their man. Upon asking what he
was arrested for, the marshal informed
those present that he was charged with
the killing ot hh wife and children in
Cairo a few days ago. The prisoner was
taken to a house a short distance from
w here our informant was at work, and
placed in tin: keeping ol one ot the mar
shal's posse, while the balance of the
party went in to take dinner. But while
they were feasting lie managed to give
the guard the go-by, and he has not been
We have been unable to learn ot any
husband killing his w ife and family here.
The llouekeeer" of our llenlth.
The liver Is the great depurating or
blood clensing organ ot the system. Set
the great housekeeper of our health at
work, and the foul corruptions which
gender in the blood and rot out, as it
were, the machinery of life, are gradually
expelled from the system. For this pur
pose Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery, with small daily doses of Dr
Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets are
pre-eminently the articles needed. They
cure every kind of humor from the worst
scrofula to the common pimple, blotch
or eruption. Great eating ulcers kindly
heal under their mighty curative influ
ence. Virulent blood poisons that lurk
in the system are by them robbed of their
terrors,and by their persevering and some
what protracted use the most tainted sys
tem may be completely renovated aud
built up anew. Enlarged glands, tumors
and swellings d indleaway and disappear
tinder the influence of their great resol
vents. Sold by all dealers in medicines.
"Claude, a child about three years old,
was greatly afllicted w Ith sores on his legs
and feet, so that he could not wear his
shoes and stockings. Had a great deal
of trouble w ith them. Had tried many
remedies incflectually. At last we tried
the Golden Medical Discovery, and in
about three weeks he was entirely cured,
his sores were all healed, aud health
much improved, llci-pcclfully yours.
J. W. Boikis.
Vermillion, Edgar Co., III., Jan. 2'Jth,
'triio Mill! Hilly lenrail
Was not with the great Loudon Show
that is coining to Cairo on Saturday. I
know better ; I saw him myself, and he
has got eight of the smartest and cutest
dogs In creation ; and the way them dogs
perform Is a caution to old folks aud a
marvel to the young ones. Why, sir,
they do everything but talk, and you bet
there won't be a child within five miles
ot Cairo but what will be in the big show
The Cairo Turner Society will cele
brate tlivir sixteenth anniversary next
Sunday with music and its accompanl.
ments, at Scheel's hall. The invitation
to the public to celebrate with them is
general. Admission 25 cents. The fes
tivities will wind up with a dance in the
Is lee oV Keaaler,
Ie dealers, comer Twelfth stieet and
Washington avenue, are prepared to de
liver Dubuque lake ice in any part ol (he
city daily. The wagon will run regu
larly every morning, delivering lee to
customers. A share of the patronage ot
the public Is solicited. Ice depot oppo
site Ihe Hi i i ki iv office. 5-20-lm.
A o. I Laundry.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Colemun
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial avej
lines, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the ;lty, and laud
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
aud boarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; per
dozeu, SOc ; locks, 5c ; two collars, 5c ;
two haudkerchiefs, Co ; vests, 20c; ami
all gentlemen's wear, fcOc. per dozen.
Ladies plaiu calico dresses, 35c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 J5c ; ladles' under ware, tine
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-28-ti.
Si. Parelra announces special bargaiui
in Meu's aud Boys Clothiug.good all wool
Cassiinere suit only J'J Oil, A good boy
sutf only $4 (JO and upwards. All much
less than heretofore for equal qualities.
The Doiu Pedro's assassination did
not talo place, but hundreds of wives
and daughters all over the city are happy
to thluk that they can buy the best Call
coes at 6 cents per yard at
142 aud 144 CouimercUd avenue.
W tHrAirrakKi, Rirsa Rieosr,
J tine I. .870
ITATIO. LAW WATBS. CHAKOt.
j ST. IU. IT. t!.
Cairn ' n ii 4
I'ltlslmrr ......... a s -ji a
Cincinnati.... seeeeeeoes ! I -O I 11
Luisill .... . 1 0 4
Na.ihTille !' 0
81. Louis 14 7 -V i
hvansvllle U 4 .1 (I
Memphis I!) 11 -0 A
Vlrksbtirc 44 1 0 1
Sew Orleans 5 i 1
Below high water of 174.
Serjeant, Signal Service, V. S. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" John A. Wood, tow, Pittsburg.
" Joseph II. Bigley, tow, Pitts'g.
" J.N. Kellogg, tow, St. Louis.
Capitol City, St. Louis.
" Fontennelle, St. Louis.
" Arrow, Ohio river.
- ' Bermuda, Nashville.
' Grand Tower, Vicksbtirg.
" Thompson Dean, New Orleans.
" Grand Bepublic, New Orleans.
" John L. Rhodes'. Pittsburg.
" James Gil more, tow. St. Louis.
" Smoky City, tow, Pittsburg.
' Cons Millar, Memphis.
" Arlington, St. Louis.
" Alice Brown, tow, Pittsburg.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
John A. Wood, tow. N. O.
" I apitol City, Viekshurg.
" Fontennelle. Pitfburg.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
Thompson Dean, Cincinnati.
Grand Republic, St. Louis.
" John L. Rhodes, St. Louis,
Smoky City, tow, South.
" Joseph II. Bigley, tow St. L.
Arrow and tow, St. Louis.
" Cons Millar. Cincinnati.
" Alice Brown, tow, South.
The Alice Brown, Pmoky City and
John A. Wood, passed down from Pitts
burg with tows of coal.
The Thompson Dean, Grand Tower,
and Cons Millar all came up from below
with fair trips. The Grand Republic did
uot land here.
The Arlington and Fontennelle, from
St. Louis for Pittsburg, had moderate
The .1. N. Kellogg came down from
St. Louis with a tow of ice.
The Joseph II. Bigley went to St
Louis with her usual tow of coal.
The Capitol City added about 20 Ions
ot freight for the South.
The John L. Rhodes came in from
Pittsburg with a good trip.
Mr. Wallace Lamb, pilot of the
James Howard, came out to this point on
the Capitol City to look at the river and
returned by rail. He reports eight feet
water between here and St. Louis. The
Howard will uot leave St. Louis until
The Bermuda brought from Nash
ville about 50 hogsheads ot tobacco and
a light trip ot other freight.
The Grand Republic had a number
of passengers for this point, w ho she
put ashore by the use ot a skill', not wish
ing to pay wharfage.
The Memphis Appeal of the 30th
says : The steamer Grand Tower, Cap
tain Georgo Lennox, made the following
biggest time on record on the last trip :
Left Helena at 4:13 a.m May 29.
To wreck of Quiucy..... 5:37 1:24 out.
To foot of Burdcitu... 0:01 1:18 "
To head ol Burdeau G:10 2:03J "
To Cutoff. 7:101 2:57J "
To Cat Island 8:22 4:00
To Cow Island 8:41 4:28
To Scanlan's V:07 4:5 "
To foot of Pn s'l's l-l'd l):43 5:30
To Memphis 10:25 0:12 "
Time from port to port, six hours aud
twelve and one-half minutes, beating the
Lee's famous time between the same
ports iu the race with the Natchez (which
was six hours aud forty-three minutes,)
thirty and a half minutes. The Lee was
running to make time, iu the most cele
brated race that ever occurred on wes
tern waters, and of course made no fool
ishness. The Grand Tower was not ra
cing, nor running against time, but was
ou an ordinary business trip ; by the
rapid decliuo of the river being compelled
to keep the channel, and could not take
advantage of the usual cutoffs. Now
Captain Lennox should have "the horns'
captured from the Alton by the Lee.
(solng to lioueaa or Volorodo.
Take the Atchison, Toiicka and Santa
Fe railroad, th new and popular Hue
from Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Puebl",
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City,
Cucharus, el Norte, Santa Fe and all
points lu Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip !hj day tick
ets to Denver on sale May l.'.ih. at $50,
taking hi tlie famous watering plait- ou
the D. 11. G. road. Low emigrant
rates to the Sau Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
the Missouri river aud the Rocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison iu
union depots. For maps, time tables
and the "San Juan guide," adddrcss,
'J', J. ANur.nsoN,
Gen. Puss. Agt. Topeka, Kail.
Great revolution lit the line of Boots
aud Shoes, which I offer at prices never
heard ot before. Meu's boot at $3 00
a pair, and all the rest hi proportion.
S. 1 AHklBA,
142 and 141 Commercial fue.
Prluts and Muslins atill cheapor at
5-1 4-1 m. V.. Hanw's.
k o 'a4rsksr i uin assj iinii'in ii r
JOHN H. MUXJUT,
Attorney mi Law.
orriCK t At raetdeooe e Kisth Sb-eel, tie
weJhtn(oeeeiijnWslnlJt Dm. UITCI77T.T. it BIUOITAXX,
f r.sMcuU ellenllo rWets to Surgery sa4
lit beaUueal ot Itstviue Warasee. la.
30VTXTA1TCUI, VOTAJfcOl ItJIUQ
u"4iiVitW thjnuBou Osama .
Bur Us (ton nd Qutncy R. Jl.
Business House latclv oeriinU.l
Wood Rittenhouse & Co.. on Levee he-
low 14th street. Re'., very reasonable'
Dwelling house, 7 rooms: 10 lota
enclosed, in good order, on Twenty-
fourth and Walnut streets. Rent low to
a good tenant. ' -
Two tenements on west side of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, suitable
tor shop and dw elling. Rent for each, $
Dwelling house, 5 rooms, on Fifth
street near Walnut, in irood renair. Rent
$12.50 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-first street, near Sycamore
nortii side'. Rent $5, per month.
Two small houses, northwest comer
Fifteenth and Popular. Rent low.'
Basement of brick building, west sldo
of Washington avenue near Eighteenth
street, five rooms in good coudiUonl
Buildiniron east side of Commercia
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter sliop. Cheap rent.
Building on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old 'City
Hall." Rent very low. .
Tenements, offices and rooms In vari
ous lacations. Rents low.
Lots and lands for sale or lease.
John Q. Hah.van A Co., ,
Real Estate Asreuts. corner Sixth anil
Levee streets. 3-l.Vtf
lly viitueofsn execution to me directed lie
the Clerk ot the ircuit Court ut Alexander
County, in the Mate of Illinois, In fnTorul the
teepia oi ttie tatc or Illinois, aal sitiiast
lenrv Watvm Welib and Andrew J. Carle. I
have levied inion the Mlnwinir deseritied imn-
rrty, in Ibis County Ol Alexander and Mats of
iiunois, iu win a ponion 01 lot naiiioem
iwenir-six c-t.) in Clock, numkered tw?nty-six
() in the city of Cairo, and dascrlbaii a fol
lows, to wit; roremencina- at a Boint a the
easterly line ol WashlnKton Arcane sine and
one-half ",) reel from tlierornerof lot twenty-
ii n ami iweiiij-Hix in me uiocs aiorcusia, run
ninic then southerly aloes the line of Wasb-
uiKion Aenue, three () leet, theoee easterly
IMU-allel with the line ilividniK the lots aforesaid
one hundred feet,, and to the westerly line of lot
wenty-nine t ') in said block, thence northerly
along the westerly line of said lot twenty-nine
('.".i) three reel, thence westerly parallel with the
liuadividinb'Kaid lot jtfanJai, one hundred feel
lo the place of bejiintiinir, aa Ibe property f the
said Henry Watson W edo, which I shall oder at
imuini sulrat Ihe outb-wesl door of Ut Court
House in the city of Cairo, In the County of
Alexander and .State of Illinois, on the v.tddmr
of June, A. 1). InT'i. at the hour of eleven
o'clock A. M., for cash, to satisfy said eieru-
Sheriff of Alexander Ceuntr, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills . Jure 1st, !;. J S frdtd
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avenue
Advances made on Consignment. AN
strauts ot Titles made, Cenveyanue soil
Collections attended to.
ATTENTION TO BUSINESS AM)
Auction Sales Every Saturday Morning.
Win. Glann & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee.
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar.
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses.
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar.
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
loo Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
ALSO, HEALERS IN
AND OTHKB l'RODL'CE.
, 70 and 7 Via surest. CI!., O.
obtained in the United
hunts, Canada, and Ka-
rope ; lenu aa low as
those of any other relia
ble house. CortKSiMus-
deuce in v ted la the fcair-
lish and foreign anruaKes, wnn inventors, AN
tornevi at Caw, and oilier Noliciltora, esoei iall
w th Ihoxr who ia?e hud their caeca rejected is
Ihe hands ol other uttorneya. In rejected cases
our fees art reasonable, anil no charge la made
uules r me successful.
If you wants pal
eot,end us model
or sketelh sad
lull description of
a will iuake an
examination at the fcnt oBice. and It we think
it atciitable, will send you iwfrr and advice,
ami prosecute your case. Our lee will be iu or
dinary ruses, Si.
Ill Oral or written la niatti rs
frett, Kx-Crmliaeror I'slt-nts,
vKiriHiid, uuiu . si. neuey. ns., Jec T
Nalionul tirange. Louisville, lie. i Commodore,
Han't Aluisru, 1. M. N., Washington, It. V. -
IJ-Smii Moiup lor our 4 'Cuids tat obtain-
lug ratcul V a boot, ot pages.
Xdilrr-s ;-i.nai4a tMCnTer s bullet
tors of fulenls, Washiuglou, l. C.
Trn elegant Uvt of Choice tfasie arrange
t'ir the I'iuim IT us te ill be sent by i nail an le
rcipl ofoue di liar. tMM paid) or sJafss cotiiM
at Jj rents earn. ,
The y ran also be ofiIer,4 tlirougs fMj new
WS SSI HIT I'SIWM BUMS.
lUipter ditys lttslmnraml.w.Toa Hrara
Why ran I uot forget . .. t'UiiMe
Var tl'er Ihe Wssi.w MWJ)laA
High Lite-Walta .- .
I low a where Ihe VioleU tif.is,-.
H asai OUlJrrkson had kls lavjr.. V etx
Itse uraen tnd t'arsa..... . s
The Udlswt Uuickatea . ........ asw4
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Address of-asrs to hrei W . UUttarh,
liaiMrs. -Mlkrd Afe.nss . I.
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