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JOHN 0. HARMAN & CO.
It en I t:all mid lloua Ron! lit r Act
- lleenr.Coueyin -r. wlnrle
'iililtr, Mn4 I.mimI 4;"nl r ! III-
noia 1 en I rut ml ItiirliiiKlmt nml
tHlnrr HailrnniU. ,
Ihisinesa llouie lately oeciiticd by
Wood IlittcnhniHc & t'n., on Ia-w he
low 1 Hli p-treel. IU-A very rcnonahle!
pwelllng house, 7 room; 10 lot'
ni inrtil, In good order, on Twi nty
foiirth nml Walnut street. Jtciit low to
a gooel tenant.
Two tenement on wept side of Com
menial avenue near Fifth street, cuitahle
lor shop mul el welling. Kent for each, JS
l r inontli.
Dwelling liou.nr, room, on Filth
dreet near Walnut, in good repair. Kent
SI J..V) (T llldlltll.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-first street, near yeamnre
north fide. Kent $., per month.
Two small hou--cs, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Hi nt low.
Uasenient of brick building, west aide
of Washington avenue near Kighteenth
street, live roonn In good condition!
Jfi ut low.
I'.uilding on cast side of Comuicrcii
avenue, lu'itr Truth street, fuiitable li.r
'arM-ntcr hho. Cheap rrnt.
Huilding on west aide of Commercial
avenue, near Tweltth Mrcct, Old "City
Mall." Kent Very low.
Tenements, ofliec! aiul room in vari
ous lacations. Ileiits low.
Lot ami lands for sale or l ac.
Jons (J. Hakma.v & Co.,
Ih-.il K"tato Agents, corner Sixth ami
a vi e .stru ts. It-l.Vtl
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lain!, Cairo lot--,
n cx hangc for St. Louis ro-rty.
l oll SALK.
The Fotith halt of the Tilot" house nt
Cot t ago on Si Mb street near Wash
Cottagcon Klghth -trect near Wal
I vt llitir, corner Twonly-lourth and
First lloor of brick dwelling corner
Ninctitiith and Poplar trcct.
Cottage on Fourth Street, Itctwi-cn
'otuinereial and "Whingtoii avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, weft of Wal
Cottage on Fotirtcfiith stru t, west
o Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and lix tares, southwest corn
er ' Kighteenth trect and Commercial
iveiiue, at a bargain. '
Cottars on Twcltlh Mrcct, wc-t of
.'ouiiuereial avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on (Yom street, wv
ol Washington avenue.
Business home on I vec slrce t. atmve
A good cottage on Twi ntj-Ninth
tr i t, near ('oiiuiiiTc i.il avenue.
Store loom .ti Commercial avenue,
n t to Waverly hotel, f 10.
Collage of I rooi. on Twenty-third
tiei i, to. t iood yard and cittern.
Good dwelling hou-eon Waliiuf, U-tw-en
Tweiity-Meeond and Twenty-tlrrd
Moie-riHm i-firner Twentieth and
Fonlarctrivt. $12 ott.
Store room adjoining rdtovr,
House on ( 'ontun rei il avi iiiii, neat
I'Jlh street. Siiilal'le for lui-iui - and
I welling, $li.
Teiuiuenn iiiiinbered S and 3,
Whiter" KoW. S rooms each fur 5' 10
r month. Will !' ut in thl el is
Store room in "l'ilot. House," lately
in ouiled by A. Ilalli y.
Dwelling Iioiim on Sixth street and
JelliTMOII avenue $10.
t)rihau Asylum huilding and ieini
'. Ilenl low, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Vnliiif.'t'-u avenue, J I.'h month.
Kooius in various palU ot the city.
FOU I.KASKDK sam:.
Lands in tracts to suit, near Cairo.
S. 1'arelra announeep .-jweial harg:iiin
in Mcu'tsand ISoyst 'lolhlng.good allwio
Caiiinere suit only $'.t (HI. A good hoys
suit only $ I 00 and upwards. AH much
lers than hereiolort' for eijual rjiialities.
The Dom I'edro'd assassin. Uioti did
not tak. il:l", but hundreds of wives
and daughters all over the city are ii:iiy
to think that they can buy the licst ( '.ili
cocs at ti cents per yard at
112 and 1 1 1 Coiniheiiial avenue.
Solimon l'areira has received au addi
tional stock of Dry (Joods, Clothing,
Itool.s and Shoes, which he is oni ring, to
suit tho times. Therefore, if you want
lo save money give u'un a call at 112 and
HI (.'ouiiuereial avenue,
(jivat revolution hi the lino of Hoots
an.'l ShocR, whieh 1 olU-r at prices never
licurtt ot helore. Men's boot at J2 hi
n pair, mid ull W i'i proportion.
S. 1'aiii 1KA,
1 12 and 111 Commercial ave.
ly or Ciilro,
coloreil and varnished, for ftilo at halt
price ($2.ri0) nt the IU'm.kun' olilce.
I .a ii k rMKt:ci.oniiN;. Ladle;.'
Cliumlsis Drawers, skirts and Night
gowns in line Muslin, tucked and ctu
brlodered at reduced rates, at
. S. I'akkira'm,
H2and 111 Commercial z venue.
.lust received ut the New Voik Store
( hoieo Northern IVach Hlow I'otatoe
lor 'i'ttl.leund Seed, for sale low.
ft-31-10t . O. Vatikr Co.
The only live ixilorniiny; elephants
ever sti ll hi America will be exhibited
and porforuieil twice in Howes' (Jrcat
London Circus ring oa Saturday,
'll.e Hi t.ii riN I'liiitiuii;
xh tally ol' Itill llt-tvli,
Nolc llrmlK, ltttr Uriels,
Hlali-iui'lits, umIh. I lie lmk at iUi-w r!rra:
Snmll Kic dill licn.li, er I" l in
Mnlimn nizf liill heail-, x-r lunititaml a ;:
All tin f'MirtiTii ioiuil iusr, ( mli-lo inilU,
Mti"l two o'litt mt iiiiiiiil hiKlirr ttiiiu panr
Htl lijr HT oilier ollliv-rtilwl o unltrnt tlif
inillA eMH ciully I'nr lliis nniep
Sliil"liMiiln, Cut ly xlr, per li t'l "l
lltrr ll. iuln, I urlvnlr, t I"""
Niil HiioU, (.ilylr1 ht I'trn 3 '"
ViitiiiKi'4iplii i-f flic tai-i' 7"iC
tlninrs rii'W, Sn. I :) ity llii'l'.l ImiumI,
(ier t'Hi ., i .VI In 4 10
IIimiikh runl", So I lilmik, prr I"" : Ol
UuiiHi-r-BliwI. Ii:ilf nlii- l. tiili-f lit nn l Hirer-
hti-t Mit ri, unit ixil.irfl wwik IiWumt St. Ix.ui
rniililet, BimiV Work tin I I'riii' bixts mailr
aoi 4 :-ii:Tf.
Wo nrc niitliui iinl to miiirniii f .lullN It.
Kil:l-iN nt n cmnliila Pir Mienfl of Alcx
mi'ld r.iiiiily, at the romliiK rotuity eleetinu.
Wr ire uulli'irixril to announce that It. A. Kl
limn'lHoli is mi iinlen intent ltciiillic-ni i uli.li
ilatr lor Mu tllf, ut llif riMiiinif eoliutv eli-iioii.
W tire ntliiri.is toHtinoiitiep I't I Kl! l T,
for an lni-)H'tiilciit raiKli'lute lor Mieriirof ,M
I'Xrtii'li i coiiiily, ut the entuiiiK county eli-etion.
fTT Ayt.AI.OM I.ODlir., NO. M.
; 1 KniK'its of I'ytliiuit, mwU rvery Kri-
' 7L ' i'i';'it at littlf-nt Mrven, ill O'M-
-NV r.ilowa' Hill ltoK,
i.lianwllor I oininaieler.
AI.KXAN'DKU I.ODOK, NO ?J4.
.I'SCrV?4-. Inile-iiileiit oniriif Ocia-ri-i?Jl
lows, inert evrry 'lliurLiy nis'lil
'frfw' at liall-i-aat m-vrn, in their hull on
iiiin.rri i:il avenue, letween sixth imO Srn ntti
r--li l.'HA.l I.AMK. N U
r1IUo V. S J A M I'M K NT , I. O. O. T., tuU
, in O.l.l-Kellnws Hull on t Ue llr.itun.l llilrj
i tin l.iy iu ev ry mouth, nt half-ast nrvrti
.NC II liosHMAW, C 1
A t.Atnol.OKliK, NO. 217.A.K. A. M.
llot.1 n-ifulur eiiiiiiiiunimtioiis in Ma
Jjf IIjiII, corner I jimnercial vrnue
' 'aiel Kijrliili Kini t, on llir 6Miii'l aiet
oui tli Momlav ot each moiita.
rati:s or .ivt:RTisii.
t3"A)l liill foradvi-rtiamil, areilue anl p iy
hlllr IN AbVANCB
TrutiDient advcrtUing will br Inni-rtrJ ut th
rati; of II io rrquare for the flmt innertiun
ami ' c-nt for e;h ut?r(iiriit one A lihvrul
.iw,ui.t will 1 out'lo on fitumlitifC ol iJipl
Kor inserlini? Knneral not ire tl ah Notice ol
ni-tiiiK of iwlctiei or Meri t op! r 'xi ccnU for
Church, hoe.irty, Frrtival ant Suiht notiiM-n
will only be luwrtcit a ailvrrti-K-iurnts
No aitvcrtiwtutnt will br rrerivrl at than
'J cent, anil no a'lvertir-cincnt will In iu-Ttr.t
for hni tluin thrre dollar r luoiith
fj jZ' ' j local Buaineaa Notlcta, of
Z, ; a ten line or more. Inaerted
E' ' InthefluaieUnaafollowa:
Commence CouutisK at ten Llnea.
On insertion per line a Centa
Two Inaertlonapor Una 7 Centa
Three inaertlona per Una 10 Centa
Six inaertion per Una 15 Centa
Two weeks pr line - 25 Centa
One month per line. .35 Centa
No Reduction will be in&ile in above
TUISDAY. JI NK fi. IsTC.
I.ucnl Weellirr Ke.ori.
C'AIno, ILL., Junr ., IrC'i
nil I ItAit. IMF.
WlNU. ILL. W f Ai II.
7 a m. I '' i' s
II ' i:o.;o7 , ;4,
I I l .r.
4 i l
ilial M ivi.e, 1'. S. A .
The Tiirnerlct to-morrow at S-licelV
I.ii.en lilne, plaie fiui-li, letter and note
jiaper at the lit i i.ii i v olllic. HI in- ui n I
cream laid, lx low St, l.oui iliee.
Dr. Smith ha removeTTliD otliee to
rouins s and !i. Winter' block. Ilntiauee
Oil Seventh .street.
I r Kle.
S'a-te wood from Foreman Saw Mills
for sale at $S (K) kt car. Inquire at
Cairo Vinei-mies treioht dejiot. ."2i;-:t
furniture hi Aueli.in.
1 will, on Momlay moiiiiu.i?, June ith,
1n7i', hcjin xrllino; the entire Mot-k if
furniture of Jo ih Smith at his Pfore on
Commercial Avenue, l tween ll)th and
20th Sis. Jon IIiHiiV, Con-table.
'1 he under-io;nei is rcarcd to uni)
nit and repair c! terns or build new ones
nn short notice ami at satisfactory piiees.
J, S. IIaukin,
2:1 1 and Cedar streets. l'o-tolliee box
Mrs. Stewart, having moved to the
lare frame hotise at the corner of Sev
enth street and Washington avenue, will
hoard and lodjje ;;ood reliable persons,
at $20 per month. Uooms large and
airy. . 5-12 -If.
A uult ermiry.
The Cairo Turner Society will cele
brate thkir Mxtcenih nnniversary next
Sunday with music and its accompanl.
nients, at Scheel's hall. The invitation
to the public to celebrate w ith them is
general. Admission 25 ccnls. The fes
tivities will w ind up with a dance iu the
lliueruian u tl.e I rout
The proposition to have a general ecle
bration in this city on the Fourth ol
July having lallcn to the ""'''"'i H"
Hibernian Fire company comes to the
lront and will give a grand parade
and pic-nie at Scheel's Washington (Jar
M'ri Iron Wuuleil.
Wanted, Mi ton of scrap iron in 10
tons lots for cash.
Vi'i.can Maxi I'AnrniMi Co.
47 McLeans' Block. St. Louis, Mo.
5-2 1 -2 w
II. J. CuiulilV has lict reii'ivcd a car
load of Dubuque ice, and will continue
to receive Ice throughout the entire pea
gnu to supply the jobbing and retail
trade. lie rcujicct fully mlleits arhareof
your patronage. lee depot, No." 17,
Klghth street." 5 17-tf
The funeral ot Hie little child of Mr.
and Mr. D.iniel l.ampeit, was attended
by u large number of the friends of tho
family ycetenliiy alterntMin.
The lliberiiiaiis, we are informed twill
celebrate the Fourth of July by a grand
picnic and ball. Committees have licctt
appointed to make Jiicceary prepara
tions lor tho ileiiioticiration. and are at
work. They anticipate a big time.
Tlir Toriif r' I'lenlr.
The picnic given by the Turner So
ciety ot this city, at Scheel's hall on Sun
day, was a Mirccs?. Tlw Mll'alr was at
tended by a large number of people, and
passed otl very quietly and pleasantly. It
was kept up until a late hour yesterday
A girl to do general house work. Must
come with lirst-dass rccominendation.
None other need apply. Apply to
Mils. Jas. Johnson,
Fourteenth St. and Commercial ave.
C-tJ-llt. .Vioi please copy. J
II e Tlioiiniil l'enl.
It is estimated that two thousand peo
ple attended Howes' Great London show
on Saturday ulteruoon, und that over
three thousand persons were iu atten
dance in the evening, making in nil over
five thousand people, who witnc'seil the
Cniro nml Yliircnne llHllrol lle
iliieeit I'nrpn lit tlHolern ( lllea.
1'he fare of this road, w Inch is the
fhorlest and quickest route Iroin
( alro and the Southwest to East
ern cities, w ill uhvays be as low as by
any oilier line. C. S. Saw vki:,
l-GVIt ( ien. Ticket Agent.
There were nearly one hundred nr
rivals at the St. Charles hotel last Satur
The dinning room of the St. ( harles
has been thoroughly screened with wire,
and is now one of the coolest, best venti
lated and most comfortable room? ol the
kind iu the West.
Tup rmiernl of Clinrley franer.
The funeral of little ( barley Eraser,
whose death by drowning, on Friday
cast a deep feeling of sorrow over the
entire community, took place on Mtnitay
morning at nine o'clock. The remains
were buried nt Dcech Grove cemctry.
The funeral was attended by a very large
nuiplxr of the lriends and ttcquahitanecs
of ti i - euved family.
Ibe t'alilHCll Cnwr.
The jury in the ca-e of the people, etc.
vs. Chas. Caldsvell, charged with per
jury, alter being out more than twenty
lour hours, returned a verdict ol guilty,
fixing the punishment ol the defendant
at one year In the penitentiary. The
result of the trial was wholly unlooked.fur
and has created a sentiment of sympathy
among the majority ol both white und
black people, who firmly liclieve that Mr.
Caldwell ij a persecuted man.
The .SVi says that a benefit, to be ten
dered Mis Ida Cooper, late of the Helen
DT'ste trouiN', is talked of by some of
ourjxople. Our neighbor ot tie levee
also tells us (hat a.number of well-known
amateure ot litis city will take part in
the performance. Tin lad; Is certainly
ana'-trcssof no mean ability, and has
made many friends during her visit
to Cairo. Should a bent-lit be given her,
we dure s iy it would be well attended.
I'y the Mayor.
M AVOK'S ( IHU'K,
'. '.vino. 111., June 5, WO.
All persons are requested and iiotilicd
to cleanse and iti-infect his oi her prem
ises forthwith for the preservation of
health. Any person know ing ol any mil.
eance adjoining his or her premises is
requested to make complaint either to
the city mar-dial at his otlii e, iu the Arab
engine hou-c. or to the executive, when
the siime will be abated loitliullli. Citi
zens, one and all, will take notice of this
order and govern themselves accordingly.
H. Wixti it, Mnynr.
( n la-t Friday morning, a man by the
name of William Welsh, came to this
city on the steamer Thompson Dean,
from the south. He was Kick, and had
been so for some time, w ith chronic diar
rhea. On Saturday night, he liecame
suddenly very ill, and lay down on the
Ohio levee, just opposite Saup's real tut
rant, and died. Coroner Gogsman was
notified and held an inquest over the
body. The remains were buried. The
deceased was an Irish laborer, und was
recognized by several men iu this city, at
Iteiliieeil IcnlrH tin. Illinois (rufrill
llailrORil Iroui 4ntr.
To New Vork S2:! 50
Huston via. Albany 2(5 00
Philadelphia 21 o
" Washington 20 !i5
' Baltimore 20 05
l'itt-burg. IS 50
" Cleveland 1G 50
" r.utlalo 19 50
" Sii.-k nsion Hridge 1!) 50
Toh ilo. 15 50
D( trolt 17 3,-,
(en. Southern Agent.
S,i,t ph ase copy. J (i- -Ct
Will liey Ke-luwliite iSrou?
The city fat hern hold their regular
monthly meeting tit the council chamber
this veiling. Il is thought by Koine of
the aldermen that there is a lift y time
idictul. Mayor Winter, It will bo remem
bered, a short time ago relieved Health
oiUiM-t Krowu, In order that tho ex.
penscs of the city government might lm
reduced, and no w, we are told,t he aldermen
proiio.se to make an ell'oi t to put ISrown
back. Tho time is at bund when his ser
vice are most needed, they nay, ami if
Ids honor doca not re instate him, they
will by u two-thirds vote of the members
of the council.
Mr. V. M. Dakford.of I'eorhi.wai
at the St. Charlea yesterday.
N. L. Wickw lre, fortm rly a resident
of this place, is in the city.
The Hon. E. M. Haines, ol Chicago,
speaker of the Illinois house of reprewii.
tiitives, was in the city yesterday.
Dr. T. S. Wilson nnd w ife, of Cap.
Girardeau, passed through this city yes
terday on their way to Philadelphia ami
Captain J. II. Dunlap, of Pittsburg,
and a commander of one of the elcnmet
ot Grey's Iron Mno, was nt the St.
( 'hnrles veftcrdav.
The Nov. E. Treadgold, of Mound
City, it said to have preached a most ex
cellent sermon at the Mcthodi t church
on Sunday evening. There was a very
good congregation present.
Mr. W.M. Murphy, assistant revenue
collector of this district, whose home U
In Metropolis, ii iu the city on business
connected with his office.
Mr. D. S. Crumb, a prominent gen
tleman ot Itloomflcld, Missouri, with his
family, composed ol his wife and four
children, were in the city yesterday, ami
took nu Ohio river steamer for Cincin
nati, from whence they will go to the
The I'cv. Mr. Minton, formerly of
Mound ( 'ily, at present pastor of the
Presbyterian church at Anna, preached
in the church ot that denomination In
this city on Sunday night. HisMibjcvt
was Speak to that Voting Man," and
from many quarters we hear (he address
Mrs. Captain llobcrt K. Ililey, leaves
the city the latter part of this w eek, for a
visit to numerous friends and relatives
in North Missouri. Captain l'iley is at
the Centennial, nml will, ore Ids return
to assume charge of his steamer, the
City of Vicksburg. pay his mother a visit
at IJrownsville, Pa., whom lie has not
seen fora number of year. Capt. Crane,
master of the steamer Belle Memphis,
commands tiie City of Vicksburg in the
nbsence of ( aptain Ililey.
Among the many prominent law
yers who were at the St. Charles last
week, we notice the name of Thos. G.
Allen, Esq., of St. Louis, who in attor
ney lor Jackson county in tho case ol
Jaekson county v. the Narrow Guage.
Mr. Allen made a masterly argument of
several hours duration before the circuit
com t last week, in reply to the. Hon. S.
C. .Tudd of Chicago, who Is attorney for
the above named road.
A So. 1 ltnmlry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave"
nues, has one of the liest coi.dut ted laun
dry establishments iu tin; ;ity, mul land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices an? as lollows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per doen. F'or piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 15c; per
dozen, 80c ; socks, 5c ; two collars, 5c ;
two haudkerehiefs, 5c; vests, 20c; ntuJ
all gentlemen's wear, 0c. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresses wit li extra trimmings, 5(c; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies' underwarc, tine
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-2:1-1 1.
Mr. SaututcrV Concert.
The concert ot this lady will take place
at the Athcneuiu on Friday evening,
June 0. A brilliant selection ot ocratie
niusie will be presented by Mrs. Saun
ders' pupils, w ho w ill be assisted by sev
eral well known musical amatcurcs of
Cairo. In addition Mr. Saundcr has se
cured the valuable co-operation of Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Cooper, who will
appear in conjunction with lady and gcii
tleinn amateurs, in the sparkling English
comedy entitled ''Perfection." A great
fcatcreof the entertainment will be the
celebrated "Shadow Song,' lroin I inor:ih
.stttry, in character by Mrs. Coojier An
early application for reserved seats at
llartuiau'a is adtisuble.
Italiiiiu: Mail Cany.
By using the Centcinii.il rak pan, the
latest and be-t invention for cak baking
yet ollered. Made of liisia Iron; dur
able a lite-time. Will hake your cake
more evenly than hi the old ncdiioucd
tin cake pans. A solid cake or one w iih
center tulio can be baked, thus practically
giving two pans for price of one. The
sides and tubes can lie removed from the
cake instantly without injuring it hi the
least, leaving it undisturbed on its base,
to be iced or frosted while hot. Every
lady swing its advantage will want one.
S. W. Stilwcll, agent, Is now canvassing
I'ueuty Yeur .;.
Catoria is the result of an old physi
cian's '20 years' experiments endeavoring
to produce for his own practice nn effect
ive mild and pleasant physic, lice from
the objections connected with castor oil
or drastic pills. Old Dr. Samuel Pitcher
ol Barnstable, Mass.. has succeeded In
preparing "Castor Oil" n: such
a manner as to render it per
fectly palatable and still preserve
unimpaired its laxative properties. The
doctor has prescribed this honeyed ca
thartic iu his practice with wondeiful
success for years past, particularly among
children, under the naiue of "Custorla,"
am the demand has so Increased from
tho people nnd even physicians, that ar
rangements have been made to introduce
it generally to the public.
IKifca. T. lli. us, !kh. 1'ax.
City Marshal's Oki'ick,
ie 1, ls'7tl. J
Akaii 1.N01XK Hoi
Cairo, 111., June
All owners of dogs and sluts within
the corporate limits of the city of Cairo
aro hereby notified that the city tax upon
the same mnst he paid on or before the
15th day of June, 170, alter which nil
dogs or fcluU found within tho city limiu
on w hich the tax has not been paid w ill
bo killed, i will be found in involute
from now until the 15th to receive said
tax, from l o'clock a.m., to 12 o'clock m.t
of eucli day. Joiix II. Go.hsmax,
Stock of Dry Goo. is ut very low prices
at 5-14-lm. C. Hanxy'h.
Caiio:. III., Monday Kvcnirtg,.
Juno 5th, ls70. j
Th woathiT has been clear and warm.
l'.uiiies has been quiet. Trade in the
flour market lui not changed ; there is a
good supply ot nil grades. There Is I'f
tle doing in the hay market. There is
nothing except n local trade transacted in
common grmU-s, though there is n fair
demand lor strictly choice. Corn con
tinues pretty active. The demand is
fair, with si limited shrilly. There is
some inquiry for oats. The supply 1
very light. There is a good flopping
demand for country meal. City ini alis
in fair demand nt figures quoted below
There is nothing doing lit brnn. There
is aJuiueli better feeling In the butter
market. A large lot of old sfock was
cleared out on Saturday nt ten cents.
The receipts of fresh have been light, but
Biilltcient for the demand. It is selling
for l(X13e, according lo quality. Eggs
arc very plenty and dull. There Is no
poultry iu the market and there Is a good
demand for it. Vegetables have begun
to come in Iroui the 'country freely, nnd
they nre very plenty and dull. Strnwber
ries arc In good d innnd, though lower.
Seven cases came in from the Narrow
Gauge road on Saturday night, which
were sold on Sunday mornrtig ut $1 25;
but choice fresh berries will bring from
1 50 to 2 K).
jOiTOur friends khould Itcar in mind
that the prices here given arc usually lor
rales from first hands in round lot. In
tilling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge nn advance over
The llcur niaiket is quiet, with good
stoc ks and prices unaltered. The sales
reported since last i-Mie were 100 bar
rels various grades $.'!(m.'': 2X) barrels
various grades $2 .f(.i.C 50; HO barrels
various grades, $J Uiu" 50; 000 barrels
various grades, city $ iQiJ 50: 200 barrels
various grades ?1 tCfi7.
This mm ki t is iinii-ually dull. There Is
only ti local trade being transacted in the
common grades, but there is said to be a
fair demand for choice.
There Is considerable life in this
market. There is only a moderate sup
ply with a fair demand. We note the
sale of 2 cars good w hite, in bulk, 40c; 1
car good w hite, in sacks, 50c; 2 cars good
w hite, in sacks, 5V, 1 car white, in bulk,
44c; 4 cars white, iu bulk. 4ilc; 1 ear
white, in bulk, 4t',c.
Receipts of oats have, been light and
the supply is aDo light. There is a fair
demand for them at present, w ith scarcely
enough on baud to answer the wants.
We note the sale 140 sa'ks white. I2e; 1
car mixed, in tacks, .'We.
This market has been pretty active.
For country meal there is a good de
mand lor shipping purposes. 'There is
ahio a lair demand lor city meal at quo
tations. We note the sale of 2 cars
country 2 110; 1 car country $2 55; 500
barrels city fteam dried ?2 47 2 50.
This branch ot the market is very dull.
Wc note the sale of 500 sacks $11.
Butter is iu good supply. Nothing 1 at
fresh receipt will sell. We note the s: le
of 1,000 lbs nt 10 i ts : 200 lbs at 12J cto ;
100 lbs at 1 1 cts ; 100 lbs at 12icts."
There is plenty ol egg in the market,
and liny arc very dull, We note the
sale ot i!i:0 do., 10 c ; 5t ti dnz.. at 10c
Poultry is scarce and in good demand.
Wc note the sale of 10 coops hens, j I 00;
I coop roosters and duck, $:i oo.
The market is well supplied w ith till
kinds ol vegetables, and lb ' are slow
sale. Wc note the sale of 2 crates cab
bage, ir7 00 ; 10 barrels new potatoes,
5 00; 5 barrels new onions, $.5 no.
We note tho sale of 10 boxes oranges
'The demand for straw berries continues
good, but prices have declined owing to
the large quantities that arrive daily.
We note the sale :!0 crates, $2(u 2 75; $0
crates, fl 25fj?.2. t
HIDES AND FI RS.
Ems Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
$1 50; No. S$l; No. I 50e. Otter No.
10; No. 2$l; No. II $2; No. 4 $1.
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c; No. .1 50e;
No. 4 10c. Raccoon No. 1 70c ; No. 2
40e ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk No.
l.c No. 2 00e; No. :i HOc; No. 4 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. U
50o ; red lox No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c,
Opossum No. 1 10c; No. 2 So ; No. 3,
5c Muskrat-No. 1 20e ; No. 2 15c ; No.
J 10c. Bear No. I $10; No. 2 $7 No. :J
$3; No. 41. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$1 50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No U $1 ; No. 4 75c;.
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 .l 25 ; No. 2 50c
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut 10e. Badger,
Siikki- Pr.i.Ts Green 75e (V7 $1 25 ; dry
40o"ii Otic ; shearings 10 20c.
We quote salt in car load lots, f 1 CO ;
less than car load lots, $! 75.
Wc quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3; nut, $2; delivered car
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75
delivered per single ton, lump, $1; nut
$3 25; Rauni or llarrUhiug coid on
track per load, lump, $27 ; nut, $10 ; de
livered per. ton, $. 50 ; Pittsburg coal
ear loads on track. $5 60 per ton ; single
lit. delivered. ?(t.
Tlcj cheapest and latest MylePry
goods, in the city also the i ln-ajs Mt lot o
Embroidered Parasols), and notions can
always bo found tit
142 ami 1 11 Commercial avenue.
Ftlty routs, at Winter's Gallery.
Thirty thousand ust received nt the
Bi i.l.KTlv nfliec.
Prints nnd Muslins still cheaper nt
'". C. Haxvv's.
Large stock ol Carieu rule fhur 'irr
clieapat ft-ll-lm. c. Il twv's.
I'nltrrtia for I ho l.nilir.
Ju-t received a large assortment of
Bazaar tilobe Filling Patterns, the host
tilling In u .e, at lm. C. Haxxv's
Linen D.onask Naiikins and Towel.
hig ottering at reduced prices at
-H-lm. c. IIanxv's.
The party who left a shawl nt M. J.
McOaulcy's on Decoration day, can have
the same by paying for this advertise
ment and calling for the shawl. It.
Itfvt Always (lie lienpt!.
Choice hams of Henry Ames nnd nlso
Worstcr's brand at the
5-2:1 5t Nr.w Viuik Srnnr.
H'aml ! Wooil ! !
On nnd niter this date C. W. Wheeler
& Co. w ill oiler cord wood at $3 50 per
cord; same sawed and split, J.! )0; sin
gle loads !1 75 per load. Strictly cash.
For the place to buy lumber cheaply.
go to.l.S. McGahey, corner of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, where
he is locating his new lumber yards, and
during the month will lie prepared to fur-ni-b
nil kinds of building material.
5 11-1 m
i:c eliior hnloiui.
'This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street ami Washington avenue, is cqien to
the public. 'The bur is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cignrs.
3-25-tf A. Kitors, Proprie tor.
Wood ! tVoiMl !
For sale at $1 50 per load. Stove wood.
awed ami split, $1 per cord. Four foot
won 1, $3 50 per cord, delivered in any
part ol the city. Big lot of stove wood
on hand. Leave orders at No. 31 Eighth
street, and they will receive prompt at
tention. o-13-lm. KW. Waki.
Knit l iirl
That it takes forty-two railroad cars.
each thirty feet long, to transport
Howes' Great London Circus nnd
Sanger's Royal English Menagerie
through the country, three times the
number ever employed by any other
show iu the world.
lloynl Prlneen Cumin;; l I'niro.
Four Princes of royal blood w ill visit
Cairo on Saturday morning. They ac
company Howes' Great London Show.
They w ill be dressed In all the barbaric
splendor of their native country, and
w ill entertain all w ho may visit the Big
Show. 'They nre natives of the Province
of Bengal, India.
lileo A lieler.
Ice dealers, corner 'Twelfth sticet and
Washington avenue, are prepared to de
liver Dubuque lake ice hi any part ot the
city daily. 'The wagon will run regu
larly every morning, delivering ice to
customers. A share of the patronage ot
the public is solicited, lee depot oppo
site the Bri.i.KTix olilce. 5-:in-lm.
Wc will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Bi i.i.kiix, unless tV.e
same is made on a written order signed
by (he president or secretary of the coin
puny, and wo w ill accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
Caiko lit 1. 1. K I in I iimi anv.
November P.). Is;.,. it
For a clem shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough fchampno, go to J.
George Steiiihousif on Eighth sli t,
Alexander County 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 benefit of his customers.
Skk Ivot ii. c. Ivocli, ut his shop and
store room, No. !M) Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
his own make ; id so a full stock of leather
and findings for sale; nml a
large stock of St. Louis ens
torn made boots and shoes. He
keeps the best uia'erial and is up in all
the latest styles. His fits are perfect, and
satisfaction is guaranteed. Give him a
'I lie Hoimekeeper" of uur llrnllli.
Thelivir Is the great depurating or
blood cletising organ ot the system. Set
the great housekeeper of our health at
work, and the foul corruptions w hich
gi uilcr iu the blood and rot out, as it
were, the machinery of hie, arc gradually
expelled from tho system. For this pur
pose Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery, with small daily closes of Dr
Pierce's Plea-ant Purgative Pellets are
pre-eminently the articles needed. They
cure every kind of humor from the worst
scrofula to I ho common pimple, blotch
or eruption. Great eating ulcers kindly
heal under their mighty curative influ
ence. Virulent blood poisons that lurk
iu the system are by them robbetl of their
tenors, and by their persevering and some
w hat protracted use the most dilutee! sys
teiu may be completely renovated and
built up anew. Enlarged glamls, tumors
and swellings elw indleaway and disuppear
under tho lnllucnce of their great resol
vents. Sold by all denim in medicines.
"Claude', a child about three years old,
wis greatly allllcteel with sores on Ids legs
and lis t, so that he could not wear his
shoes and stockings. Hud H great deal
of trouble w ith t bcni. Hud tried many
remedies hicfleetually. At last we trie!
the Golden Medical Discovery, and In
about three weeks he was entirely cured,
Ins sores wen all healed, and health
much improved. Respectfully yours,
J. Y. Bovv.R.
Vermillion, Edgar i o.. 111., Jau. 2iHli,
MetlM ! tiaMM mm luu...
J ake the Atchisoii, Toneka ftn.t Santa
re railroad, tho new am! popular line
from Atehwonand Kansas City, via the
!eaiitifiil Atkansas valley, to Pireblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City!
'ucharus, I , Norte-, Santa f ami all
points in Colorado, .New Mexico ami
Arizona. Special rouml trip 00 day tick
els to Denver on sale May 15th, at $50,
taking in the famous watering places on
t.e D. & J. ,j. rna(1 row pI?r(,nt
rates to thp San Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping ears Wtween
the Missouri river and the Rocky Moun
tains without change. coso connection
made at Kansas City nnd At.hison in
Union eleliot-e l',.r .
, : . ....., mno mines
and the ".an Junn guide," adddress.
i . .i. ANnv.Rsox,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Topekffl, Kan.
W All lKI'ARrMET. KlVt" liBFABT,
.. Jnn 6, 878
STATIOS. LOW W1TU, CHAIUt.
rr. i. rr. w.
l'ain u "T"
1'itlMhurir : it it it
Cinrinnuti ., U u i
liiivillF n 7 4 it ,i
Nvsliville in In XI ''
St. I.oim 2i 7 i,
KvaiiDVlllr M 2ii 4
Mentilim. . S e x :l
lekslilirjr 41 ii .1
New Oilium -i i , it
ISi'loW UIkIi water of 1ST4 .
JAMES WAT .ON,
SeiK,ntJSi.-nal ?rrriin, f, S. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" City of Helena, Vicksburg.
" Mary Houston, Cineiiinati.
Dick Fulton, No. 3. Ohio river
J. 11. Bigley and tow,St. Louis.
" Arkansas Belle, Evan-vijle.
" (Jrand Tower, St. Louis.
" Vint Shinkle, Memphis.
" Rover and low, Pittsburg.
" Eddyville, Nashville.
' James (iihnore, tow. St. Loui.
" (ilencoe, New Orleans.
" Grey Hound and tow.MempbU.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
City of Helena St. Louis.
" Mary Houston, New Orleans.
' Dick Fulton No. 3, tow, South.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle.
" Grand Tower, Vicksburg.
" Vint Shinkle, Cincinnati.
" Rover and tow, St. Louis.
" Eddyville, Nashville.
Glencoe, St. Ixuiis.
" Grey Hound, low, Ohio river,
Rover and barges, St. Louis.
The Rover brought two large barges
railroad Iron from Pittsburg for the Mis
sissippi ( entral railroad.
The Dick Fulton No. It, hud a tow
of coal for the south.
The Grey Hound passed up from
Memphis with a tow of empty coal
The City of Helena discharged 154
bales of cotton on her way up Sunday,
ami made light additions for yt. Louis.
The Mary Houston passed- down
with a big trip. She added here 51 1 head
ot hogs und 30 coops here.
The Grand Tower had a very good
trip nml added about 15 tons here.
The Arkausas Belle had a light cargo
The Vint Shinkle had a light trip up.
She added 200 bbls flour for Louisville, t
The Eddy ville brought 130 liheU of
tobacco and some other freight from
The Glencoe had a lair trip for St.
Louis. Her clerk, John McCord, came
ashore and went to St. Louis via the Nar
row guage railroad.
na n. id in a o xin.
NORT11SWE OF FAQUTU HTREK1
Betw3 Waahlaifton and Coinmaroia
Ily virtue nf nn execution to mo ilirentM by
Hie t lerk ol tlie CiruiMt Court nf Ali-mwli
Ciiiuily, in the litut ol' Illinois, in IWvvrof Ilia
iieuple el tlm Slaie nf llliuuU, au, auiuat
lliuiv Wulsun Weldi ami. Aielrew J. l aria, 1
haw li eiiil lijxin the Iu lu iiiK deacrilieit ri
erly. in Oil-, l iiimly ut AlexniHler ami Htat if
lllinuis, to wit: a ixirliou ol lot nuiiibanl
Iwentynix (-'') in block uiiiulwretl twenlr-i(
t.'o) iu the city of Cairo, ami clencrilkxl an l.'l -lown,
to wit; roitiiiieni'iiiir at a point on the
ea-ilerly Hue of usliintua Aveiiie. nine aiul
one-hull' le-et irum the corner ol'lotn twauly
live ami twenly-xix in lite lilo. it aioresaiil, riin
ii ins tlienea aoullii'rly aloDtt the line ol' hull.
itiKton Avenue, three (!) feet, thenue eat-telly
iitrnllel Willi llieline ilitiillUK tile lota at'oresaiU
one liuietivil leet,. unit to tli weaterly line ol' M
tuenty-nine ( "') In kaiil lilock, tbn northerly
ailing the u eti ily line ol' said lot twenty-uiu'e
(."') three leet, tlu-uee westerly parallel with the
liiietliviilinxHuM I lls 2'mlll -.'ei, one till ixlieel leet
to the luie ol lieKiniiinir, as the iiroiierty of the
auiit Henry Watson Vv elib, whleJll khalf offer at
tiiililie-. kiele al tlie noiuli-wetit door of the Court
louse in the e ily ol' C airo, in tlM County or
Alexander unit .siute nf lllinoia, on the g:U Jay
ol June, A. I. ls;i, at Uia hour ol' eleveu
o'i'.luek A. -M-, fori-auli, to satufy aaij eit'ii
tiou. AI.F.X. 11. IttVIN.
PheriiYof Alexuiuler County, lllinoi.
Cairo, Ilia . Jure Ut, Isiti. J
iiiilameil in the I nltej
Slatea, Cauuela, anet Kn-.
r.i(j teritia aa Iowa
'those of any other rvlia
Vile house. Corrmiiou
deuce im ted in the tUK-
lioli ami foreiitn amtimicea, wun inveniora, At
torneys at Ijiw, and other iSoliciitora, Mttn-tall
w IU those who lutve hwl their owe rvjcctitl la
thehauds 01 other attorney. Iu n-teclod eaaea
our I'eea are reaaouahle, ami no charge U mail
unless H e are suoeeaniul.
If you wauta pats
rnteod iu a in.xU I
or aketcUi aud
full description ot
We. will make an
exaiuination at the puh nt ettt.w, acd It w think
it iiatenlahle, will M-ud yocs pa(wra aud ail vice,
and prosecute your -u Our lea well ba In or
diuury ca-iea, -'.
rl or written in matter
Kelt, Ex-Conimllaer of Patent,
Cleveland, Ohio O. II. Keltey, Kai)., Hee'T
VatioNsl lirauire. Louisville, Ky . Couiuuxlut
ln'l Aiutneu, V H. N., Washliurtou. 1. C
(Sentl Mainp for our ' 'cuuliki fur taVtaia
tii'Tl'iiteuta,' ' a book of M iagi.
Addreaa :-lui at ., Coilrl
ters of I'aleuw, Waaliiuf Ian, O, C. ,
(if Kvety "Jeatscrtplion
At tlx UCLLmX Odin,
C ab, tu.