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JOHN Q. HARtlAH &CO.
Meal Instate Mail Itoa Renllnar Agio
Pnbllr, n4 l.atMl Aimii or lb III
Inels Imtnl aaal Hiirlinsrton ami
tiilnrv stall reaela.
Business House lnti-ly wcuplod by
Wood IlitlonlioiifH! A- Co., on fit-vcc 1
low Uth atn-et. Heat very reasonable!
' Dwelling home, 7 rooms; 10 lots
cnc'oeed, In good order, on Twcnty
foiirtli and YYalntit streets. Kent low to
a good tenant.
-Two tenements on wct elds of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Hcnt for each, $8
Dwelling house, G room, on Filth
street near Walnut, In good repair. ilent
112. CO per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-llrst street, near Hycaniore
north side. Kent $.r, per month.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Ih.'nt low.
Basement of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue war Kightecnth
atreit, live rooms in good condition!
Building on cast side of Commercia
avenue, -near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter chop. Cheap rent.
Building on west side of Covnmerehil
avenue, near Twelfth street. Old ''City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenement?, offices and room in vari
ous' lacationa. Ilents low.
Lots and lands for sale or lease.
Jonx Q. IIahmam & Co.,
Keal rotate Agent, comer Sixth and
I'Vee street. 3-15-tf
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lo!,
'.n exchange for .St. Louis proj.erty.
The south hall of the "Pilot"' house at
Cottage on Sixth street near Wash
Cottage on Eighth street near W al
Dwelling, corner Twenty-louith and
First floor tf brick dwelling corner
Ninctornth and Poplar streets.
Cottage on Fourth Street, between
Commercial and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, wet of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth stnet, weft
of Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivetiue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west ol
Commercial avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Cross street, wes
ol Washington avenue.
Business hotio on Ievee street. Above
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
tret, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commercial avt-nne,
n-xt to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 rooias on Twenty-third
trect, $H. Good yard and chteru.
Good dwelling house on Walnut, tte
twecn Twenty-second ami Twcnty-tMrd
Store-room corner Twertith and
Poplar street, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above, $3.
House on Commercial avenue, near
llrth street. Suitable for business and
.1 welling, $15.
Tenements numbered 8 and 9,
Winter's Kow, 5 rooms each for $10
mt mouth. Will be put In flrst-class
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied y A. 11 alley.
Dwelling lioio-e on Sixth street and
Jefferson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Kent low, to a good u-iuut.
Store room, comer Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Kooiiih In various parts rl the city.
FOU LEASE OK SALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
S. Parelra announces special bargains
in Men's and Boys Uothlnjr .good all wool
Caesimere suit only $0 00, A good boys
suit only $4 00 and upward. All much
less than heretofore for epial qualities.
The Dom Pedro's assassination did
not taka place, but hundreds of wives
and daughters all over the city are happy
to think that they can buy the bct all
roes at C cents ier yard at
112 and 11 1 Commercial avenue.
Sollmon Parelra has received an addi
tional stock of Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hoots and Shoes, which he is offering, to
suit the times. Therefore, if you want
to save money give nim a call at 1 12 and
111 Commercial avenue,
Great revolution in the line of Boots
and Shoes, which I oiler at prices never
heard ol belore. Men's boots at $2 00
a pair, and all the rest in proportion.
142 and HI Commercial live.
tjr of 4'alro,
colored and varnished, for sale at half
price ($2.00) at the Buxletin olliee.
Laoii: Cxokrclothixo. LadleB'
Chcmlso, Drawers, Skirts and Night
gowns in t'u'e Muslin, tucked and cm
brhideri'd at reduced rates, at
S. Pa km it a'w,
142 and 144 Commercial avenue.
1 Just received at the New Vork Store
Choice Northern Peach Blow Polatoe
lor Table and Seed, for sale low.
C-:Jl-10t C. O. PATii:u,t Co.
The only live performing elephants
ever seen lit America will te exhibited
and performed twice in Howes' Great
Ix)iidoo Circus rhig on Saturday,
The Bl'M.ktis printing
SeelaH or Bill Heads,
Not Heads, 11 U-r Heads,
SUtauiefits, Cards, Kto Iuk at these prices i
Small size bill head, t l'HO. ., ft l CO
Medium sia bill bead, per thousand 3 73
All on font teen pound piper, Carlisle mills,
rated two ctnU per pound higher tbun paer
used liy any other office ruled to order at the
mills especially fur thin oflic e
Statement. Carlyale, per I'"" SI 00
letter Head, Carlisle, per litio 4 50
Note Heads, Larlysla, per loot) ....... a Ml
Visitingcanls ier package 71c
Busines ranis, No. I S pi jr Hi into) hoard,
pr low Si Do to 4 00
Business cards, No. 1 blank, per loot) S 00
Quarter-sheet, half-sheet, full-sheet and three
sheet posters, and colorel work below ft. Louis
f amphlet, Book Work and Price I.iati made
.We t-e authorized to announce JnllN II,
HOUlNsoN ai a candidate for Sheriff of Alex
ander county, at the coming county election..
We are authorised to announce thai It. A. Kd
mtindsoti Ik an ind)-end'tit Kvpuhliuan rainli
dule tor hhfiilT, at the t-uaiiintf couuty election.
Wa are authorised to announce I'ETKR SAVl',
for an lndi lenilvnt canlidat ror hheriu of Al
exander county, at the endiing county eli-ction.
AS (..A LOS LODGE, NO. 61.
Knirfit of Pythias, meets every Fri
dayniKht at hall-punt acven, in Odd-
Kellowa' Hull. Howl,
at VTvrv:u t.riiiCK no via.
Indi-iM-ndetit OnhJ of 11-'?I-
5f lown, uiPeU erery Thuraday nl(5ht
;" at hulf-uwt avveo. in their hull on
Commercial aveuue, between bixlh anJ fieventb
'.re -Is t;ilA4 Lamh, K U
1AIKO F.NCAMPMKNT, I. O. O. F., meets
in Mdd-Fellowa' Hull on the Unit and third
uimUij iu every month, at half-paot seven
.fxo U Gossmaw, C P
A CAIItOLODUK. NO. 2:17, A. F. & A. M.
Hold regular communicjitiona In Ma
Mine IUI1, corner Commercial avenue
' 'and Kiyhtb atrt, on the aecotid and
burth Mondav of each moni h.
ratka or Anvi:m iM.G.
13" All bills for alTcrtiiinif, arc due and pay
able is advak
Tranticnt advertiainK will be inacrted at tba
rate of II otj ,er uara for tbe flrttt insertion
ami 50 cent for each aubeijuent one A lilwral
discount will be made on standing and dtspl
For inserting Funeral notice $1 M Notice of
meeting of aocieties or secret ordcra W centa for
Church, Society, Festival and F upper notices
will only be inserted as advertiMimenU
No advertisement will be received at leas than
60 cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for less than three dollars ir month
a , fj; Local Buaioeaa Notices, of
JilZ i1 ten lines or more, Inserted
'M'1 in the, Bulletin aa follow :
Comment: Counting' at ten Lines.
One Insertion per line ... 5 Centa
Tare Insertions per line - 7 Cents
Three Insertions per line 10 Cents
Six Insertions per line 15 Cents
Two weeks pur line 25 Cents
One month per line - ..33 Cents
Xo Seduction will be made in above
SUNDAY. JUNK 4, 17C.
.oral Wee.tber Keport.
Caibo, III., June 3, Is70
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JAMbS WAI SON,
Scrxeant, Signal Pervire, I'. S. A.
The Tiirnertest to-morrow at Sheel's
I.I n en Pnper.
Linen fibre, plate flnieh, letter and note
paicr at the IJi li.ktin ollloe. Ulue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
Dr. Smith has removed his olllce to
rooms 8 and 9, Winter's block. Kutrancc
on Seventh street.
Waste wood from Foreman Saw Mills
for sale at $3 00 per car. Inquire ats
'iuTo & Yincennes freight depot. 5-20 :it
Furniture al Auction .
1 will, on Monday morning, June 5th,
1S7G, begin selling the entire stock of
furniture of Joseph Smith at his store on
Commercial Avenue, between 19th and
40th Sts. John 11.;a, Constable.
The undersigned is prepared to pump
ut and repair cisterns or build tiew ones
on fhort notice and at satisfactory prices
J. S. Hawkins,
2:ld and Cedar streets. Postotliec box
Mrs. Stewart, having moved to the
large frame 'house at the corner of Sev
enth street and Washington avenue, will
board and lodge good reliable persons,
at $20 per month, ltooms Inrge and
The Cairo Turner Society will cele
brato tludr sixteenth anniversary next
Sunday with music and its nccompanl.
ments, atSchccl's hall. The invitation
to the public to celebrate with them is
general. Admission 25 cents. The fes
tivltic8 will wind up with a dance in the
Hibernian lo the I'rout.
The proposition to have a general cele
bration in this city on the Fourth of
July having fallen to the ground, the
Hibernian lire company comes to the
lront ami will give a grand parade
and plc-nle ut Scheef asliington Gar
Kcrat Iron Wauletl.
Wanted, 500 tons of scrap iron in 10
tons lots for cash.
Vt WAX MAMKACTl ltlXU Co.
47 McLeans' Block, St. Louis, Mo.
5-21 -2 W
A monster war-elcphant, will prome
nado the street of Cairo on Sat
urday morning, accompanied by his four
companions and give a grand perform
auce in Howe's Great London shosv, at-
ternoou and evening.
Mr. .. D. Mathuss, formerly of this
elly. Is iu town. We are pleaded to learn
that thn conitnMon firm ol Mathuss X
I'M Is prospering finely. Mrs. Uhl Is
still an Invalid, and confined to her bed.
Miss Powers and Miss Emcrlck, who
have labored so assiduously In our pub
lic schools during the past year, left by
steamer for their respective homes last
night. Miss Kmcrlck resides In New
York Stale, and Miss Power In S1.
The Hev. Mr. Gillham, pastor of the
Methodist church ol this city, was called
to Yirden, Illinois on Friday, to attend
the death of his sister, Mrs. Lawrence.
The Iter. Mr. Treadgold, of Mound
City, will fill his place in the pulpit of
his church this evening. There will be
St. Charles K. C. Itayer, Chicago J
Dr. J. C. Crawford, Chicago; W. S.
Day, and Miss Helen Frick, Joncsboro ;
Mrs. lledham, Dallas, Texas; L. H.
lloynton, St. Louis ; D. W. Burrows,
Chicago ; 15. C. Brant, Chicago ; George
U. Anderson, St. Louh ; M. H. Kilbourn,
Tlie Turner I'le-.M To-Day.
The Turners of this city celebrate tlie
Sixteenth annvlcrsary of their organiza
tion to-day by a picnic, festival and dance
at Scheel's Washington hall, corner of
Ninth and Cedar street?. There
will be ail kinds of amuse
ment, games, plenty to eat and drink
cud a good time generally. That there
will be a full attendance is sure, and
those who favor the society with their
presence on this occasion are assured ol
courteous treatment and a pleasant time.
On the 2d of June, 1S7C, by drowning
in the Ohio river, Charles, son of Alex
ander and Elizabeth L. Frascr, in the
eleventh yeary ot his age. Funeral ser
vices at the residence of the parents,
this (Sunday) at 9 o'clock a. m., Hector
Gilbert officiating. The remains will be
buried at Beech Grove. Funeral train
will leave the corner of Fourth street at
10 o'clock a. m. Friends and acquaint
ances of the parents of the deceased are
respectfully Invited to attend.
X early a Fire.
A little boy, who did not care to sec
the big show, went into a stable just
back of Carle's livery stable and began
playing with a box of matches. He got
them ali to going at one time, and then
went out and left them burning. Some
rubbish in the barn took lire, but was
discovered in tinu to be put out before
doing any serious damage, which was
very fortunate for the neighbors there
abouts, for, had the flumes once got a fair
start, the whole blo.'k, it is probable,
would have been laid'in ashes
While the train which brought the
Great I.ondoii Show to Cairo yesterday,
was a short distance irom the city a
nuiuler of the canvassmen and other
memliers ol the company indulged in a
lively rumpus. Pistols were flourished,
and one or two went on, but no one was
bit. A woman was at the bottom of the
muss. Some of those who had a hand
In the disturbance on the train, we are
told, evinced a deJrc to revive it while
iu the city yesterday, but were prevailed
upon to keep the peace.
Beilueed listen via. Illinois t'entral
Railroad Irons Cairo.
To New York $23 50
" Boston via. Albany 2C 00
Philadelphia 21 SO
" Washington 20 93
" Baltimore 20 93
' Pittsburg 13 50
Cleveland 10 50
" Buffalo 19 50
" Suspension Bridge 19 50
" Toledo 15 50
Detroit 17 35
Gen. Southern Agent.
Sun please copy. C-l-Ct
The Helen D'Esto company closed
tlietr iicrloiuianccs at tuu Atticucum on
Friday night with "Married Life,
There was a very light audience in at
tendance, and the management con
eluded there was no money in further
endeavors to awaken the people of this
city. The company, we are sorry to say,
has lost money at every performance
giveu here, except ou the occasion of
Miss D'Este's benelit, when there was a
good audience present. We hope that
the success this lady and her company
deserve, will follow her upon her depar
ture from Cairo.
Ihel.ule Mrs. John T. Reunie.
This estimable lady, who died in this
city last Wednesday evening, leaves be
hind her a large circle ot friends who es
teemed her foi her many excellent (j utili
ties of head and heart, and will long
mourn her loss to our community. Her
maiden name was Margaret J. Me Far-
mi. Born April 17th, 1S27. She lived
through her girlhood at Pittsburg, l'cnn
sylvania, where she was married
to Mr. John T. Renuie on
the 17th of September, 1813,
A lew years after marriage Mr. aud Mrs,
Ronnie removed to Carroll parish. Louisi
ana, where they resided five years. They
tin u settled iu Massac county, iu this
State, where they lived until lbC2, when
they came to Cairo. About three years
ago Mrs. Rcnuie's health began to fall,
Mr. Itennlc in the hope that the might
regain her health traveled with
her to tho lakes, and through
New York, Pennsylvania and
Indiana, and lately took her South as far
as Memphis. But neither change of cli
mate uor medicine could save her life, and
after a lingering illness, mourned by her
largo family anil regreted by this entire
community, sho passed away Irom earth
I ruin its carts, Its sorrows and its joys
to let us hope lairer world when
death Is unknown and troublo does not
intrude upon tho Joy of immortality.
- Police business not any.
- Strawberries will soon be gone.
The Helen D'F.ste troupe have taken
The funeral of little Charlie Frascr
will take place at 9 o'clock this morning.
Mr. P. W. Barclay will go to see the
"big show" the Centennial exhibition,
Tlie circus drew out an immense
crowd both afternoon and evening yes
terday. There will be t regular meeting ot
the City Council held on next Tuesday
Prof. Lomincr has abandoned tho
show business. It don't pay, so the pro
Country lads and lassies were thick
in the city yesterday. There was a cir
cus In town.
Special trains were run on the Cairo
and Yincennes and Cairo and St. Louis
rarkerfc Axley have moved their
auction stoie into one of the store rooms
In the old "Pilot House."
It is said an unusually heavy raiu
storm prevailed for several hours on Fri
day night at Carbondale.
Tho public schools are out and
teachers and scholars will now take a
rest. The little ones are happy.
Our Mound City friends, Dr. and
Mrs. Casey, are in tho city visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Wheeler.
The Hev. Mr. Minton, of Anna, is in
the city, and we are told, will preach at
the Presbyterian church this evening.
A number of our Cairo lawyers will
attend the session ot the supreme court
to be held at Mount Yernon next week.
The young man who was stabbed
in the fracas at the pic-nic "across the
the river" last Sunday, is recovering and
will soon be able to be about again.
Fourteenth street U in a bad condi
tion, and almost impassable. Teamsters
having loaded wagons, should avoid It if
Fred Hofheinz says he does a splen-
id business at the Centennial Beer
Hall, corner of Eighth street and Com
Miss Thompson and Miss Rogers
leave the city to-morrow on the Illinois
entral road. Miss Thompson goes to
Minnesota and Miss Rogers to Syca
-The Hibernian fire company will
celebrate the coming Fourth of July In
becoming manner at bcheel's Wash
ington hall. Tho necessary committees
to arrange for the affair were appointed
at a meeting of the company held on
Homo's Ureat I.oden Miow.
Many who anticipated a big time on
the occasion ol the exhibition ol Howe s
Great London show In this city, were
somewhat exercised on Friday night tor
the welfare ot that institution yesterday.
heavy rain began falling about 10
o'clock, and continued to come down
at intervals throughout the night. At
daybreak, however, the clouds had all
disappeared, and the sun shone brightly,
and though the streets were muddy and
disagreeable, yet the prospects for an
immense attendance were flattering. At
the time designated tor the arrival ol
the special trains which had been con
tracted for by the managers and agents
of the show company, large excursion
parties began to pour in from various
towns and villages.? along the
lines of railroads, and by the
hour set apart for the street parade, there
was a perfect jam in all the streets and
on every corner.
The procession was formed at ten
o'clock, and proceeded to parade the
principal streets, its chariots are of
novel and artistic design, superbly
carved and beautifully adorned with
mirrors, gilt and crimson. The cages
are all staunch, well painted and clean,
and exhibit none of that tilth and care
lessness so often to be seen iu inferior
shows. The stock of horses, mules, and
ponies is very large. They are all in the
best possible condition, and unusually
Tho procession as It passed through
the streets, threw a shadow of inferiority
over all others of like character ever
seen in this section of the country, and
was viewed by tlie immense numbers
with awe and delight. The richly ca
parisoned steeds with their lady and gen
tlemen riders, dressed In clean &ud hand
some customes together with the golden
chariots, flairs, banners, etc., afforded a
sight magnillceut and dazzliug.
Now that we !have witnessed the
greatest pageant we have ever been al
lowed to look upon, we betake our
selves to the teuts of the Great Loudon,
and after gazing in astonishment upon
the city of canvass before us, aud with
high expectations ot the wonders to be
Nor is our opinion formed by what
we have seen outside, lessened one jot
by what we witness inside. The Zoolog
ical collection Is very fine, and unusally
largo while the great features of the en
tertainment are the antics aud tricks ot
tho live performing elephants. They
display intelligence almost human, and
are truly wonders to behold. The ring
performance as a whole was excellent
and we speak; tue verdict ot an, by pro-
nouiu-inr it the greatest and tho best
show ever seen here.
Dogs, Tax, Dogs, Ta, Doga, las.
City Marshal's Okhce, )
Arab K.miixe Horst-:, v
i aiuo, in., June l, 170. J
All owners of dogs and sluts within
the corporate limits of the city of Cairo
are hereby notified that the city lax upon
the same uirst be paid on or before tho
13th day of June, 1870, after which ail
dogs or sluts found within the city limits
on which the tax has not been paid will
be killed. J will bo found Iu my ofllee
from now until tho 15th to receive said
tax, from 9 o'clock a.m., to l'i o'clock m.,
of each day. John II. Gossuan,
Beat Always Ilia ('feeaucet.
Choloo hams of Henry Ames and also
Worster's brands at tlie
5-23-5; Nkw Yokk Stork.
The uiunl Sunday service will be con
ducted by Ihe Rev. Mr. Gilbert at' the
Church of the Redeemer, Fourteenth
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, this morning and evening,
Tho public Is Invited to attend.
2 The Rev. C. Treadgold will preach
in the Methodist church, corner of Kighth
and Walnut streets this corning at the
There will be the usual services at
the Presbyterian church. Eighth street,
between Walnut street and Washington
The Rev. C. Durschner will preach
In the German Lutheran church, Thir
teenth street, between Washington ave
nue and Walnut street, this morning at
half-past ten. An Invitation is extended
to all to attend.
A No. 1 Ijinndry .
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial avej
nues, has one of tlie best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and laud
lords of hotels aud boarding houses will
find It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boardhig-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; per
dozen, 80c; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c;
two haudkcrehlcfs, 5c ; vests, 20c; ana
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies' undcrware, fine
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-tl.
Volno; Kansas or (Jolorarto.
Take the Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the new and popular line
from Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City,
Cucharus, Del Norte, Santa Fe and all
points in Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip 90 day tick
ets to Denver on sale May 15th, at $50,
taking la the famous watering places on
the D. A R. G. road. Low emigrant
rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
the Missouri river and tho Rocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison in
union depots. For maps, time tables
and the "Sau Juan guide," adddress,
1. J. ANDKRSON,
Gen. Tass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
Bnklnar Made Easy.
By using the Centennial cake pan, the
latest and best invention for cak baking
yet offered. Made of Russia Iron; dur
able a lite-time. Will bake your cake
more evenly than In the old-fashioned
tin cake pans. A solid cake or one with
center tube can be baked, thus practically
giving two pans for price of one. The
sides and 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. Fvcry
lady seeing its advantage will want one.
S. W. Stilwell, agent, is now canvassing
Skk Koch. C Kocti, at lus shop
store room. No. 90 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
his own make ; also a full stock of leather
and flndinirs for sale; and a
large stock of St. Louis ctis-
tout made boots and shoes. He
keeps the best material and is up in all
the latest styles. His tits are perfect, and
satisfaction is iriiaranteeJ. Give him a
For a clea.i shave, a fashionable hair-
cut or a thorough shampoo, eo to J.
George Steinhouse on Eighth street,
Alexander Co'tnty Bank building. His
shop is always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
his tables covered with the latest daily
papers, lor the benelit of his customers.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Thk Bulletin, unless the
same is made ou a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
Cairo Bulletin Company.
November 10. 1875. tl
Klee V K easier.
lee dealers, comer Twelfth stieet and
Washington avenue, are prepared to de
liyer Dubuque lake ice in any part ol the
city daily. The wagon will run regu
larly every mornlnir. delivering Ice to
customers. A share of the patronage ot
the public Is solicited. Ice depot oppo
site the Bulletin office. 5-30-lm.
Royal Prlnees Contlns; to Cairo.
Four Princes of royal blood Jwlll visit
Cairo on Saturday morning. They ac
company Howes' Great London Show.
They will be dressed In all the bai baric
splendor of their native country, and
will entertain all who may visit the Big
Show. They aro natives of the Province
of Bengal, India.
I Is a fact
That It takes forty-two railroad car9,
each thirty feet long, to transport
Howes' Great Loudon Circus and
Sanger's Royal English Menagerie
through the country, threo times the
number ever employed by any other
show In the world.
Ire I lee I
R. J. Cundiff has ust 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. He respectfully solicits a sliare of
your patronage. Ice depot, No. 17,
Eighth street. 6-17-tf
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, in open lo
the public. Tho bur Is supplied with
pure wines, choice Ihiuora and the finest
brands of cigars.
3-2-Vtf A. Knots, Proprietor.
The party who left a shawl at M. J.
McGauley's on Decoration day, can have
the same by paying for this advertise
ment and calling for the shawl. It
Thirty thousand nst received at the
Prints and Muslins still cheaper at
f-I4-lm. C. Hajst'8.
Large stock ot Carpet i ofl'erlng very
cheap at B-14-lm. C. Han.vt's.
Patterns for the ladles.
JtiKt received a largo assortment of
Bazaar Globe Fitting Patterns, the best
tilting In use, at lm. C. Hannt's
Linen Damask Napkins and Towel
ing offering at reduced prices at
6-14-lm. C. Hannt's.
Wood! Wood II
On and alter this date C. W. Wheeler
& Co. will offer cord wood at $3 50 per
cord ; same sawed and split, $5 00 ; sin
gle loads $1 75 per load. Strictly cash
Stock of Dry Goods at very low prices
at 5-14-lm. C. IIakny's.
For the place to buy lumber cheaply,
go to J. S. McGahey, corner of Twen
ticth street and Washington avenue, where
he Is locating his new lumber yards, and
during the mouth will be prepared to fur
nish all kinds of building material.
Wood t Wood !
For sale at $1 50 per load. Stove wood,
jawed and split, $ I per cord. Four foot
wood, $3 50 per cord, delivered in any
part of the city. Big lot of stove wood
on hand. Leave orders at No. 34 Eighth
street, and they will receive prompt at
tention. 5-13-1 m. F. W. Ward.
Tbe "Housekeeper" of our Health,
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
were, the machinery of life, arc 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 inflii-
nee. Yirulent blood poisons that lurk
in tho system ore by them robbed of their
tcrrors.and by their persevering and some
whut protracted use the most tainted sys
tem may be completely renovated and
built up anew. Enlarged glands, tumors
and swellings dw indle away and disappear
under the influence of their great resol
vents. Sold iV all dealers In medicines.
''Claude, a child about three years old,
was greatly afflicted with sores on his legs
and feet, so that ho could not wear his
shoes and stockings. Had a great deal
of trouble with them. Had tried many
remedies Ineffectually. At last we tried
the Golden Medical Discovery, and in
about three weeks he was entirely cured,
his sores were all healed, and health
much improved. He peel fully yours,
J. W. UOYKR.
Vermillion, Edgar Co., HI., Jan. 29th,
The cheapest and latest style Dry
goods, in the city also the cheapest lot o
Embroidered Parasols, and notions can
always be found at
142 and 144 Commercial aveuue.
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Wa DarAHTMEXT. Riwa Ripost,
.lime .3 .(GO
STATIOX. LOW WATKB. I t'HAHUB.
IT. IN. FT. IN.
Cairo 20 6 XII 6
HI tuburir. .................. 3 a o 8
Cinciunad 1 u I u
LoHuvllle .................. i 10 o 0
Naahville 4 ,0 4
St. Louis 2 6 i &
Kvansville U t U4 4
alunliis ......... .......... I" 71 4
ViikiburK 4-1 110 1
New Orleaoi a 4 o 1
Htlow Ulgti wnter of W4.
Sergeant, SiKual Service, II. H. A.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Taducah.
Andy Baum, Cincinnati.
" John B. Maude, St. Louln.
' Idlewlld, Evansvllle.
" Atlantic, baro-cs, New Orleans.
" T. T. Hillman, Nashville.
" James Howard, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Flsk, Faducah.
Andy Baum, Memphis.
" John B. Maude, Vlcksburg.
" Idlewlld, Kvansville.
" T. T. llillinan, Nashville.
" Atlantic and barges, St. Louis.
" James Howard, New Orleans.
The Andy Baum had a fair trip tor
Memphis, and made light additions here.
The James Howard came down from
St. Louis with a good big starter. She
made additions of about COO tons.
-Tbe pretty and fleet Idlewlld, from
Evansvillo, had a light trip down and
The John B. Maude was well laden
for Vlckburg, and made light additions.
The James Flsk hail a lair trip trom
l'aducab. She brought 21 hogsheads of
tobacco for New York.
Tbe Hillman brought 6 hogsheads ot
tobacco and a lot of iron for St. Louis.
D ARIEL LAMPERT
Ft. a a oan
NORTH SIDE OF EIQUTB STRKKt
twee WasfclasHon u4
o. n. huoeS
Over MataaM i Sal's.
N seated rintCUM CoBBpaBlas
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City sTational Baak Bsilalag, istalrs.
Tho Oldest Established Atfrnaw in Boat
era Illinois, repreoeatl&e over
B. F. PAItKEIl,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes.
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
now Bnaaes, xo.
always oa hand, the celebrated llluaiioatia
Oorasr Eleventh Street and WaaulatT
COIHSIKM4IM KstCH AVTfJ.
B. J. Ayres. 8. P. Ayrea.
AYRES Sc CO."
BOX and BASKET GO
All kinds hard sad soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, 0.
Mill and Tar.
3ornor Tliirty-Paurth BtTMt an
No SO Ohio Jvee,
T .8 If.
STRATT0N ft BIRD,
A.OKNTS AUERIOAN TOWVKM
57 Ohio Levee.
Q. D WILLIA1IS017,
Will r T " fff-sTT sWMiV VMiS
No. 16 OHIO LEVEZ.
SPECIAL attantiei (ivea toMUifasasati
WMOI.KSAI.sl AHD KMTAXU
IN THB CITTa
Goods Bold Vmry G$sa
Conor IStk St. am4
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