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JOHN Q. IIARIi AN ft CO.
Real t'etaleaeje llanae RrnltNff Afts
('Ilee-lars, aMVeyaarera, fcelwrlee
PwMir. m4 I.ac1 Aaeeils af lUe III
! ftalral aa MarllaiileM aae)
Udsinv's Uoirsc latt l y txT-titileil by
Wooil lllttetihMigc A (. 0., on !, I
low 14th rtrwt,1 Km! my1 reaMiiable!
liwptliiiff house, 7 rooini; HI lot,
iii -loot!, In good order, oil Twciity
loiirth ami Walnut st recti. Rent low to
a good truant.
Two U'lit'inprit on we-t IJ of Com
iimtcIhI avenue near Klflli atrwr, suitable
tor abop and dwelling, lti-tit frea li, $S
dwelling house, 5 roomt, on Filth
ktreet near Walnut, in jjooil repair. Kent
t li.W mt lunntb.
.'otttc', J rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-tlrst street, near .Syrauiore
mi th Hide. Kent $5, ter month.
Two small houxeg, northwest corner
:f itteenth and Popular. Kent low.
Uacincnt of bri k building, west Hide
vif Washington avenue iiear Kightecuth
sft, live room, in good conditionl
building on east ?lde of Conimereia
aTenne, near Tenth 8trH't, suitable for
curM'Hter ftliop. Cheap rent.
-- Building on wt side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Ol.l "City
Hall." Jtent Very low.
Teneim-nti, otneea and rooms in vari
ous locations. Itents low.
IxiU and landu for sale or It ac.
John (J. IIakma.v A Co.,
IUaI Ketate Agent, corner Sixth and
l-evee elr. 3-li-ti'
LYNCH & HOWLEY S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo lot?,
tit exchange for ht. Ixmls projerty.
The south halt of the "Pilot" house at
Cottage on Sixth street near Wash
Cottage on Eighth Ntrept near Wal
I twilling, rorner Twenty-lourth and
First floor of brick dwelling corner
NincUibtli and I'ophir streets.
(Cottage on Fourth Street, between
Jomuwrrlal and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, wet or Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth strict, west
at Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and fixtures, south went rorn
?r Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, weft ol
."ouiUMTibd avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on Cross street, wes
t Warittiugtou avenue.
iiiuilneee house on lvee street, atxive
A good cotUige on Twenty-Ninth
street, near Commercial avenue." .
Store room on Commercial avenue,
jext to Waverlyhotel,10.
v,itiir.r J nti.i mi 'I'uciit v-t hinl
trcet, $0. (iood yard and cistern.
Uoixl dwelling house ou Walnut, U
iween Twenty-second and Twenty-lh'rd
More-room corner Twei.tietti and
f'oplar streets, $12 M. '
Sloi'w rXjiu adjoining above, $S.
House on Commercial avenue, near
lirtli street. Suitable for busineits and
J'eiM.nients numUred 8 and 9,
Winter's Kow. ft rooms each for $10
per month. Will le put In tlrst-clan
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
tM-i-opleil by A. H alley.
Dwelling bonne on Sixth street and
k-nVraoii avenue $10.
Orphan Aa) linn building and pieiul
ses. Kent low, to a good tentnt.
Store room, corner Twentieth ami
Washinton avenue, $1J a month.
Kooms In various purts ot the city.
FOK I. EASE OK SALE.
-Lauds, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
S. Pttielra announces sjeclal bargains
in Men's and BoysClottiiug.good nit wh.I
Caasimere suit only $f bit. A good boys
suit only $4 Ui and upwards. All much
Jees than beretotore for ejual qualities.
'I lie 1oiu IVdro's usasriinatiou did
tiot lakj place, but hundreds of wives
and dauKliters all over the city are happy
to think that they can buy the In-! 'all
s oes at fi ci-uts T yard at
142 and 144 Commercial avenue.
Solimon Pareli a has reivived an addi
tional stock of Dry Uoods, Clothing,
Hoots and Shoes, w hich he Is offering, to
suit Iho times. Therefore, if you want
to save money give uiin a call at 1 12 and
1 4 1 Commercial avenue,
Oreat revolution in the line of Boots
Hiid Shoes, which 1 oiler at prices never
heard ot before. Men's boots at $2 H
a paii-, and all the reFt In proportion.
142 and 144 Commercial ave.
tjr of Clr.
colored and varnished, for sale at. hall
price ($2.60) at the Bulletin olUce.
I.AKIKS UNIKHCLOTHIXa. ladles'
;heml.se. Drawers, Skirts ami Night
gowns in tine Muslin, tucked and em
briodered at reduced rates, at
142 and 144 Commercial avenue.
Just received at the New Vork Store
Choice Northern Peach Klow Potatoe
for Table and Seed, for sals low.
6 31-lOt C. O. Patikr & Co.
This popular saloou, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, U open to
the public. The bar is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
trands of cigars.
3-25-tf A. Kmra, Proprietor,
The Uci.i.tTiJi riiilins
entBlilithiuctit luiikr a
lieclalty or Hill llrmls,
Kolc llm.U, ttlr llt-ail,
Statciiii-nlt, (arils, K.le look at tlirwr pili-n!
Nnmll ilr hill tit-mJ, r 1S l.... S (4)
Sieiliuiu le bill heads, ier lliuunauil 3 73
All tin ruiulecD pvuoJ Imir, CarlinU mills,
ratrtl I Wo crnt kt pnuuil IiikIit llmu iT
uwil lijanyiillur ulllnr -mini to on It-rut tlir
mill eMxiHlljr fur thia ollirr
Slutfiwutn. Cailyale, T l" $1
ltlrr llraiis, t'arlynlr, prr I'""' 4 bn
Sow llraila, Carlyelr, per Hwi 3 mi
lnltinKanl wr pai ka)tr IC
litltiinm runla, No. I S ply linHnl lioanl,
iwr loou .l ' lo
lloauipaararil, No I bluiik, Iwr 3 (W
Cuarter-sliM-t, half .lim t, luU-alirft anJ tlirrr
ahrvt Katera, auil roloml Wuik In-low .SI l.ouia
I'aiiiplilrt, Book Work anJ I'riic t.ists mlc
I OK Ml till FK.
W are autliorlzfil to ainioiinre JtillN II.
hOhlNMi.N a araiiilhla r lor Mwni of Alri
auilrrciiuntjr, at the uniiiiiK county fln tluii.
VVc are authorizeil toannounre that U. A. Kl
nniuilaou la an llul-tilrut lU'l'lllilnuil ruu.ll
ilale lorMwtiff, at the euauiOK county elix'tioii.
H i are aiitliorie,) loannounr PKTKKS AI T,
fur an Imtviivinlfiit ranilnlate Icir .-hf i iff of Al
eiauitrrvouiily, at the runum i-mmty elei tiou.
AHCAI.ON llUK, NO. M.
Knitfhta of I'ythiaa. ni" tii every Krl'
A .lay niKht at balf iiant aeven, in -M
reuows ' uan. 1 ".
AI.KXANIlKIt I.OlHjK. NO
jf St luileieuieat Unlrr of O.W-FH-tf
i Iowa, iiwui every HiurwlaY uixUl
Hit mi at hair paot aeven, id uwir nan on
Jjmii n;iul avemie, Ul-Iwu'Ii nixtli ani iSrteiilti
tre n 'Ht I.amc, N ti
MAIUO KVCAMFJIKNT, I. O. O. T.. meets
m Oilil-Felluwa' Hall on the II rat ami tlilrU
lin-ailay ill every luouui, al liall-paal seri n
J mo II UowniiAH, C r
m i 1 I in i I i ily:l' lii t o r7 A IT M A II
llill regular roiniiiuniamtioiia in Ma
1J aonir. Hll, corner Commeruial aveLue
' 'au l r iyiiiu ainei, on uie nwn'i win
ourtb Momlav ol tacit iuodUi.
HATKM Of ADVKaVI'JNIJU.
rf All bill for a-lvertiaing, are i!uf au4 pay
able M AllVAHt.S
Transient alvertiiinr will be inserted at th
rate of II W iieraquara fur the Orel inacrtion
aud 'J urata for each aulwefjueut one A libural
tliaoount will be made on aUnJiiiK 4tml displ
For Inserting Funeral nolu l ( Notice ol
meeting of societies or aerret order !l cfuta fur
Cburrh, Society, Felivl ami Supper notices
will ouly be inaertel an aWertiwiuenta
No sdvertiatfuent will be recti veil at leas than
6u reula, and no aaverlieen;ent will be inerteil
fur lea than three dollart per month
Lcca.1 Bualneaa Koticea, of
ten Unai or mora, InaMrtad
ib th BuUatln aa follows :
Cemm&otVunUbT at ten tdnea.
Ob Insertion par lis 9 Cent
Two insertions per 11ns 7 Cants
Three insertion per line 10 Cants
Six insertions per tin 16 Cents
Two weeks per llna.... ..... . 26 Cents
On month per linn 35 Cents
No Reduction will be tus.de In above
. i I SL I -.. . 1 - 1
WF.lJ.SKSl A V. JI NK 7, l!76.
l-weel Weotaer Heport.
Caimo. III., June.e, IT'
M'tMO. I AL. I Wru
.t V ! j ll tltui.i
S I "ear
h t lo i ilu
7 a in .!.'! !
p.m I o.i ' ! t
J:m" I W.ol.l f M t
lAMt.S W A I . SON,
tf reail. Signal srrrt. e. 1-5 A.
Thirty thousand ust received at the
Ut u kiiv ollicc. .
I'tiuts and Muslins still i ht-apcrat
5-14-liu. ('. Ilixsv a.
I.aie idck ot t'aipiH olli ring very
fhep at .Vlt-lin. Havnv's.
fHtlerus ler I lie l.wdlea
Jtit received a large aortinciit of
Ba7S:ir tjilube Fittiuo; Patterns, the Ut-t
tilting in u e, at lm. I . IJawv's
Linen DaiiiHik Napkins and Towel
Inif oltei iufr at reduced prictis at
f) H lin. '. Havnv's.
I.iiirn libie, plate lini-h, letter Mini note
paper at the Bli i.i:tiv ottlce. ISlue uiul
creaui laid, below St. Louis prices.
lr. iiuiith has reuioved his olliee to
rooms x and !, Winter's l.hx k. Kutrnncc
OU Seventh Srilect.
M tto.lt Uuuil I I
t to and alter this dale t'. W. W heeler
A ( u. will otter cord wood at $:l U) per
cord; Fame sawed aud split, 'i Ui ; ein
tfle loads 1 7! per load. Siilclly cash.
For the place to buy IuuiImt cheaply,
yo toJ.S. Met I ahcy, corner of Twen
tieth street aud W'aKhliiKton aveuuc, w here
he Is liH-atiiiK his new lumber yards, and
during the month v ill be prepaidl to fur-nl-li
all kinds of building material.
The iiii'lerslgued Is prepared to pump
tut aud repair cisterns or build new ones
9ii short notice and at satisfactory price.
I. S. Hawkins,
23d aud t'eilur street. Po.-tolliiv box
lllberuiMua iu lite s ronl.
The proposition to have a general cele
bration in this city ou the Fourth o
July having lallcii to the ground, the
Hibernian Fire company comes to the
Iront and will give a grand parade
and plc-nic at Schecl's W'ahiiitou Gar
Hkk hoc'H. C. hocb, at his shop and
store room, Xo. W) Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of lioots aud shoc-s of
his own make 5 also a lull stock of leather
and findings lor sale; aud a
large stock of St. Louis cus
tom made boots aud shoes. lie
keeps the best material aud is up in all
the latest styles. Ills tits are perfect, aud
atlsfactlou is guarauteel. Li lye him a
WlteM Air 4'socrrl Tonight.
I he National I '01 net band will rive an
other of their excellent oix'ii nil conceit
011 1 tic uptown stand to-nlht. I t every
body coiiiq out and lixtett lo then).
II. .1. ('undid has itit received a car
load of lubuiiie lee, and will continue
to receive lee throughout the entire sea
son to supply the jobbing and retail
trade. He rcfpectfully iiliclls a Mian of
your patronage. Ice depot. .No. 17,
F-iehth afreet. 5 17-tf
Mel lee le Hit ret Rnllwar . NinMles.
The People s I'aihvay have lor sale '31
ajiall ouediorse cars. Keen in use about.
I wo yearn and are now 1 11 good running
condition. All have Muwson fare boxer
Will be sold ( heap. ' For information a l
dres W. II. 1'vnhK,
0 7 d Iw. SM!'y People's II. IV.
A girl to do general houBe work. Must
come with first-class recommendation.
None other need apply. Apply to
M hs. Jas. .Ikii.nkon,
Fourteenth St. and Commercial ave.
C--:(t. I, Sun please copy. J
The IIIUeralMU IMriilc.
The Hitx;rnia?i fire company has se-cun-d
the wr vices of a bra aud string
bund for the occasion of their picnic Mi
the Fourth ot July. The company will
give n grand Hreel parade in the morn
ing, alter allien tliey will retire to
Sehcel's hall and garden, where the ball
will take place nnd rttreiluueiils served.
Omlre) unit Vliirennee Rellread He -tlneeU
I srea la t:natern lllee.
The fares of this road, which is the
shortest and quickest route from
Cairo and the SonlliwCiit to F-ast-ern
cities, will always le as low as by
any other line. C S. Sawveh,
C-G-ot (Jen. Ticket Agent.
St. Charles J. It'. ISro'wn, Columbus;
M. Jarott, Chicago; Oeorge P. Pick,
Jlochester, N. Y.; It. F. CarH-nter and
wife, Isloomiiigton; .Mrs. 11. L. Foster,
Cotxlen; A. P. 1'edfield, Chicago; John
II. Walker, Kvansville; Kdward L.
Stowall, Chicago; George W. Parker, St.
Louis; I. W. Hay, New York City.
Wood ! Wood i
For EaUi at $1 50 per load. Stove wood,
tawed and split, f-l er cord. Four foot
wood, f :i 50 l-r cord, delivered iu any
lart ot the city, liig lot of stove wood
on hand. Iive orders at No. 34 Eighth
street, and they will receive prompt at
tention. 5-13-1 in. F. W. Wakd.
4'old. 4 oiikIi, t'onauaiipllua, leatb I
This is the order, and It Is certain to go
Iu that order, iinlcE-j lie proper remedy
is used. Hall's Balsam for the lungs will
cure the first, Fccoud, and third, if taken
In time. It Is a remedy of forty years
standing, and standard with the best
physicians Iu the country tc-day. Sold
by all druggets. Price, $1 tier liollle.
lilee aV Heseler,
Ice ikler, eorner Twelfth stieet and
Washington avenue, aro preparwl to de
liver ) Hibin jiu hike ice iu any part ol the
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
f ite the IJl i I KTIN ofjice. o-tiO-lm.
We are sure it pays to do your ''Ifctl
but" at all times, as whatever is worth
doing at all is worth doing Well ; a an il
lustration, the manufacturers of the fa
mous Charter Oak stoves have always
aimed to buy the Lest material, employ
the best workmen, and make the best
cooking stove that could be produced,
and the result is, the Charter Oak lias at
tained a popularity unprecedented iu the
hittory of utoves. (lt).l-lt
l or a clca.i shavt, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to J.
George Stcinhoiue ou Kighth street,
Alexander County itank building. His
shop is always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assixtuuts always polite, aud
his tables covered with the latest daily
papers, fur the la neritof his customers.
4jieuerl Siltupaou tiud furl).
Anions other prominent gentlemen
w ho visited Cairo yesUrduy were Gen.
.1. II. Simpson and .Major Charles J. Al
len, ol the engineer corps of the Culled
Slates Army; 1.'. K. McMoth, assistant
engineer; S. S. Hutchlus, chief clerk; 1.
M. Conic, ( has. S. True, W. S. Simp
son, assistant engineers. The party came
down from St. Louis on a government
steamer, on a tour ot observation ol the
hanks of the Mississippi river between
ibis city and Sr. Louis. The party re
mained until about two o'clock yester
day afternoon, when they set out for the
return trip to St. Louis.
tly Ibe Mnjrtjr.
MaYok's Or hoe,
'JaIRo, 111., June f, 1S7G.
All pcrsous arc requested and notified
to cleanse and disinfect bis or her prem
ises forthwith for the preservation of
health. Anj' person knowing ot any nui
sance adjoining his or her premises is
requested to make complaint either to
the city marshal at his ottlce, In the Arab
engine house, or to the executive, when
the same will be abated forthwith. Citi
zens, one and all, will fake notice of this
order aud govern themselves accordingly.
11. Wixti r, Mayor.
Hedueed Kalea slat. Illiuota 4eulrl
Mttllreitd I rem 4'Hiro.
To New York 50
" Kostou via. Albany 20 UU
Philadelphia 21 80
' Washington 00 05
" Baltimore 20 l5
Pittsburg 13 50
Cleveland 10 50
" Buffalo 19 50
" Suensiou Bridge 19 60
Toledo 13 60
Detroit 17 35
(leu. Southern Agent.
Sun ph ase copy. (J-4-Ct
A New Trial.
It tl sntit that the Krv. Mr. Caldwell's
attorneys will apply for a newtilaltor
Iheir client. Mr. Caldwell, for whom
deep sympathy Is h it by a large major,
ity of the iieonle ol this city, w ho believe
him to be an honest, truthful aud chrl.1
flan gentleman, is greatly dejected ut the
misfortune tbat has befallen him. We
are told, however, thai he has no fears
of b'lng shut up hi prison. He has re
marked vehemently, during conversa
tions with friends, that he was sure It Is
not God's will that he shall suffer for a
crime of w hich he Is Innocent, aud that
all will come right In time ; and it Is the
sincere wish of all the prominent people
of Cairo that his belief nif J come true.
lioas. Tea, (togs, Dega, T.
City Marshal's Oiuck,
ity Marshal's Oiuck, t
Arab Knoink Hot si , I
Cairo, III., June 1, 1x70. )
All owners of dogs and sluts within
the corporate limits of the city of Cairo
are hereby notified that the city lax iipou
the same must be paid on or before the
15th day of June, KC, after which all
dogs or sluts found w ithin the city limits
on which the tax has not been paid w ill
tie killed. I will tie found in my ollIce
from now until the 15th to receive said
tax, from ! o'clock a.m., fo 12 o'clock m.(
or each day. John II. Oosmian,
Mrs. Cooper's Benefit.
And now we aro told that the arrange
ments lor the complimentary benefit to
lie tendered Mrs. Cooler, late of the
Helen D'F.ste troupe, have all bceu made.
The atlair will take place at the Athene
utn ou Saturday night, aud is to be a
first-class entertainment. Mr. and Mrs.
Peyser, aud severs! gentlemen, who
were also lately connected with the
iJ'Kste troupe will remain and take part
in the performance. The entertainment
will consist ol vocal and instrumental
music by well known amateurs of this
city, character song?, etc., aud will 1
concluded with the popular farce of
"Stage Struck," with Mrs. Cooper in the
principal lady role. All In all it is to be
a very pleasing demonstration, and will
no doubt draw a good audieuoo.
Baking- Made Kasjr.
By uing the Centennial cake pan, the
latest and best Invention for oak baking
yet offered. Made of Russia iron; dur
able a lite-time. Will bake your cakp
more evenly than in the old-faahlouvd
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. Fvery
lady seeing its advantage will want one.
S. W. Stilwell, aenf, is now canvassing
In answer to "Alphabetical," in your
last issue, for a remedy for consumption
in its first stages, 1 can recommend Or.
Pierce'a "Golden Medical Discovery," it
taken according to directions, for it has
been thoroughly tried in my family, and
the results w ere glorious. "Alphabetical''
must not expect one bottle to do the
Work my wife took three bottles before
she could discover any change, but after
the third bottle every dose seemed to
strengthen the lungs, and now she is
well and hearty. If "Alphabetical" will
write to me I will get witnesses to-thc
nboye. flKXRV 11. M. Pattox.
Lawrence, Marion county, Ind.tWin
miti Times, Feb. 4, 1S75.
A Si9. 1 lAuaidry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nue, lias one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
nnd it to their advantage to call upou
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per d zen. For piece work prices are as
follow s : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; per
doen, SOe; socks, 5c; two collars, &c;
two haudkervhiefs, 6c; vests, 2uc; anJ
all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies' under ware, tine
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-ti.
Lord at Taylwr. New fork.
Messrs. Lord it Taylor, the well
known dry goods firm of New York ity,
announce that tor the beuetlt of their pat
rons residing at a distance from their es.
tablishineut, they are giving special at
tention to sending samples ot the
newest goods by mall, to any address
desired, having the prices distictly
marked on each. With a complete sup
ply of samples, fabrics maybe selected,
orders filled, the goods carefully packed
aud sent to the purchaser, thus saving
time, trouble, aud the expense of travel
ing. They also send free ou application,
descriptive catalogues of their elegant
stock ot under ware, with prices, from
w hich selections can be made, aud orders
tilled as satisfactorily as If selected in
person at the stores. The high reputa
tion ot this .house makes Its announce
ment well-worthy of attention, as we
know the firm will do everything that
they advertise to do.
Twenty Veers Age.
Castorla is the result ot an old physi
cian's 20 years' exerluients endeavoring
to produce for his own practice an effect
ive mild aud pleasant physic, Ire from
the objections connected with castor oil
or drastic pills. Old Dr. Samuel Pitclier
ol Barnstable, Mcs., has succeeded iu
preparing "Castor Oil" in such
a manner as to render it jr
I'ectly palatable and still preserve
unimpaired Its laxative properties. The
doctor has prescribed (his honeyed ca
thartic in hi practice) with wonderful
success for years past, particularly among
cluldreu, under the name of "CastorU,"
and the demaud lias so Increased from
the people and even physicians, that ar
rangements have been tuaJu to introduce
it generally to the public.
Kx-Pohce Officer I .all ne," who accom
panied Sheriff Irvin to Joliet with the
prisoners' convicted during the forepart
of t lie present term of the Alexander
county circuit court, returned home yea
terday morning. In the gang were the
twoyouug men Williams and Walsh,
who were con vie ted of burglarizing
Tanner's grocery store, sentenced for
two years; Greeley, convicted ol robbing
a man of a considerable amount of money
ou the steamer Arkansas Belle; a man
mimed Carter and a chum, sentenced for
stealing a lot of copper from Fraser'a
shop, on l 'ommerclal avenue, and four
others. Mr. Lai I ue Informs us that the
sheriff of Springfield, who arrived at
Joliet on Friday, with lour prisoners,
had a bad streak of luck with bis men.
As he stepped from the street car, near
the prison, his prisouers ail broke and
ran. Three of them were re-captured,
but one, a man named Johnson, got
away. 1 Ije eleven men lodged iu the
jwiiltentiary by Sheriff Irvin and Mr.
La Hue, summed up a total number of
prisoners locked up in that institution at
12 o'clock Saturday ol fifteen hundred
The Hev. Mr. Glllham, we are told,
will return home in a day or two.
Sam Foster is expected to return
from St. Paul the latter pait of this
Mr. G. D, Williamson, who has been
confined to his bed by sickness tor some
time, we are pleased lo say, Is again able
to be out.
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Candee, who
have been visiting friends in the east, and
also the Centennial, will return home the
latter part ol this week.
Mrs. Professor Alvord, who has
eut her time so profitably In the high
school tor months past, will leave the
city shortly for a visit to her mother,
wno resides in Chicago.
Mrs, Cooper, who will anoear in the
famous "Shadow Soug," and other
specialties on the occasion of Mrs. Saun
ders' concert, was a pupil of Mrs. Saun
ders five years ago, and Is a musician ot
very flue ability. x
Harry IItu?hes. lato book-keeper lu
the commission house of Pace, Elliott A
Co., has gone to Vicksburg. He w ill re
turn in a few days, remain here a short
time, and then take his departure for
Chicago, where he lias secured a good
The scarlet fever and measles are
pretty bad in the city.
iteiuemiier the National band gives
an open air concert on the tip-town stanJ
The Cairo and Viuocunei railroad
company has ogam reduced rates on that
road to the East.
Mayor Winter requests all persons to
disinfect their premises forthwith, for
the preservation of health.
The county road, in the vicinity of
the crossing of the Narrow Gauge rail
road, is said to lie in an almost impassa
The concert to be given by Mrs.
Saunders on Filday night, promises to
be a good one. It will be something out
of the usual old style of musical enter
tainments. II use, Looinis A Co., have been at
work tor several days unloading two
mammoth barges of Ice, and stowing it
away in their house, near the St. Charles
hotel. The ice came from St. Paul.
The Du luoiit iieople are getting
ready for a grand Fourth of July cele
bration, aud we understand that a party
is being made up here to visit that city
on that day and participate iu the fes
tivities. Mr. Oberly has been Invited by
the Du Ojiolu people to deliver an ora
tion on the occasion.
We are told that Hallldsy Brothers,
who own a strip ot land just north of
their warehouae on Ohio levee, propose
planting a lot of willow trees along the
edge ot the river In order to keep the
waves of the river from cutting away
the bank. The land has already been
The Housekeeper" af ear Heelin.
The liver is the great depurating or
blood clensing organ of the system. Set
the great housekeeper of our health at
work, and the foul corruptions which
gender iu the blood and rot out, as it
were, the machinery of hie, ore gradually
expelled from the system. For this pur
pose Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery, with small daily doses of Dr
Plena's pleasant Purgative Pellets are
pre-eminently the articles needed. They
cure every kind of humor from the worst
scrofula te the common pimple, blotch
oreruptiou. 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 iiersevering and some
what protracted use the most tainted sys
tem may be completely renovated aud
built up anew. F.nlarged glands, tumors
and swellings dwindlea way and disappear
under the Influence of their great resol
vents. Sold by all dealers in medicines.
"Claude, a child about three years old,
was greatly afflicted with sores on his legs
aud feet, so that he 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 eutlrely cured,
his sores were all healed, and health
much Improved. Kesiicctfully yours,
J. W. UoVkR.
Vermilllou, Kdgar Co., 111., Jan. 2ith,
Kerau I rest Wealed.
Wanted. 5H0 tons of scrap iron iu 10
tons lots lor cash.
Vulcan Manukacti'rino Co.
47 Mclean' Block, St. Louis, Mo.
The cheapest and latest style Dry
goods, in the cliy also the cheapest lot o
embroidered Parasols, and uotioju ran
always be Sound at
Ui and 144 Commercial aveuue.
ielag- is at eases ar Oelerada
Take the Atchlsou, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the new and fiopular line
from Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City,
Cucharus, Del Norte, Santa Fr and all
points In Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip IK) day tick
ets to lien ver on tale May 15th, at $50,
taking In the famous watering places on
the D. A . G. road. Low emigrant
rates to the San Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
me Missouri river and the Kocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison In
union depots. For maps, time tables
and the "San Juan guide," adddress,
1 J. Andkrhon,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
Stock of Dry Goods at very low prices
l 5-U-lm. C. IIannv's.
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallery.
Was Dsr AMTMBitr, Kivaa Raroat,
STATIOX. LAW WATB. CIIAMUB.
FT. lit. FT. LS
Cairo W lc 3
fittabug M 3 X u
Cincinnati ll w
LoiTllle .. ? o 4
Nashville is u Xt i
St. Loin - an S X I
Kvanaville II 4
Meui)'lii ............. ... la x
Vli knblirif a
New Urlean 'i I u u
Below nigh. Water of 1674
I AMES WATSON,
Sergeant, Signal Service, If. 8. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Padticah.
John F. Tolle, St. Louis.
" Ike Hammltt, baiges.St. Louis.
" Ste. (renevieve, Vicksburg. .
" J. N. Kellogg, tow, Memphis.
" Iron Mountain, Pittsburg.
" Haven aud barges, St. Loais.
Steamer Jim Fisk. Paducah.
" John F. Tolle, New Orleans.
Ike Hamtnitt, barges, Pitts.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
" J. N. Kellogg, tow, St. Louis.
" Iron Mountain, St. Louis.
" Haven and barges, Ohio river.
The Haven passed up the Ohio from
St. Louis with a tow ot iron ore.
The Iron Mouutalu passed down the
Ohio from Pittsburg for St. Louis with
two barges of nails and other freight.
The Ste. Genevieve had a moderate
trip from Vicksburg for St. Louis.
The cargo ot the Jim Fisk, from Pa
ducah, was unusually light.
General Simpson, of Humphrey's
United States engineer corps, Is in the
city, and will take a look at the Missis
sissippl river, previous to going to work
to improve that stream la the vicinity of
The Ike Hammltt passed up the Ohio
from St. l-ouls with a tow of ore for
Major Kd. Halliday, of Haliiday and
Phillips, has bought from Captain Con.
way, the powerful, fleet and beautiful
iron steam yacht "Arlodua." Major
Halliday will give the "Ariodna" a com
plete overhauling, after which she will be
at the disposal of excursionists aud pleas
ure parties at the most reasonable fig
ttX-aV. A ORBwSIIR
NOHTU HIDE OF EIGHTH STRKK1
etwe Washington as 4 do una axels
Uy virtue of an rierution lo iue directed by
the Cier el tli Lircsit Court ol' AlainmW
County, iu Hie awte ol lillnola, lu taTvrol'llie
1eopia oi ma mate or lillnola, ami againat
ieury WaUon Webb ami Andrew J. Carle, I
nave levied uoou the leilowinii daaorlbed nron-
riy, In tbia County oi Alexander aud Htau of
iiiiuoia, u wu: a portion or lot Dunibejd
tweuty-eix (.tj in block numbered twenty i
( Ji) in toe city of Cairo, and dwrlUM aa fol
low , to wit; commencing k point oa Ilia
auatexlv Hue ol WaaldiiKUin Aveuue. nine aud
one-half (') ft-el Iroui llieronierol'lolatwcnly
nve aud tweuly-ati in tue block al'oraeaid, ruu
aiug thence Suuiheily along III line ol' W ab
in,; (on Avenue, three (3) l.t, thence aaaterly
iNwaliet with the line dlvidlug tfte lot aluraaaid
one hundred leet,. aud lo the weaterly Hue ol lul
iweuly-Bine (--V) lu aaid block, tbuuee northerly
along the westerly liue of aaid lot Iweuty-uiue
(iJ) three leet, theuce Westerly parallel HUD Ibe
line dividing aaid lot 'anJ M, oua huudieil leet
to the place of uegiuniua, aa the property tit tb
aaid Henry WaUoa Webb, which I ahalf otter at
public Bale at the south-weal door of the C ourt
lluuae la lb ity of Cairo, iu the Coiiuly ut
Alenuder aud SUU of tlliuot, ou the Srtddey
of June, A. I. Ini. SI the hour of eleveu
o'clock A. M., fitrcaah, lu utility aaid eiccu
lion. AI.KX. II. IUVIN.
Charifl of Aleaaoder Couuty, IlliuoU.
Cairo, lila . Juce let, !;. I '.'-did
obtained in the Culla4
slatea, Canada, and ku-
rope ; leriua aa low a
tboaeof auy other relia
ble bouae. Correction
deuce iutled in the f.ug-
lib aud foreign snguagea, who inveutore, At
torney at law, and oilier noliciltur, eapeciail
W tb thoae who have had their caw rejected in
thehauda ol other attorney, lu rejected case
our teee are reaaouable, sua uo charge 1 uuete
uuleaa we ale auiveaalul.
If you wants pat
eut,aend u s tuodel
or akeleUi and a
full ueecriptlos ol
ay our luvouuou.
examination at the patent odlce, and II we tbiuk
It patentable, will eeud you papers and advice
sad proaecute your caae. Uur lee Will be in or
Ulnar yraea. ei.
ft Ural or written in rustier
laliog to ualcnta.
Cleveland, Oliuii O. It. Kalley, Eeq.. Seo'v
National iirsuge. LouUvllle. ky . Couimoilor
lies' I Aiumea, U. A. N.. WsahlugUin. O. 0.
eriead atsuip fur ear 'Guide for eblein
IngTaienU,' ' s book of Mi psgaa .
Addraee -LaaU Ba(a at , Sulivl
lore of PnaaaU, Wosalsalea, U. C.
Of tfery Ihacripllos,
A I tag aXILSTlM Oetae.
rucn ubocd n stir m rail
Room and Board, Ut and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Hoor ) .00 Per Dar
Speelsl Rstea , Waafc er If eatk.
A limited sunilier of very dealrable ramil
rooms ran be aecured at reaonable rale lor tht
luninirr month ' ,ul
. i'if H hr,,'" " lh" largeat and best aupolnt-
House in Southern lllinoi. nd la ibe l.dina
hotel in laii-o. .Notwllhatsndiog the "Bed
Mock" reduction in prices, the table will sa
Ufiital, be liberally ntiplie. with the Very beat
ol everything lhal rau be found la market .
me Urxe aample roomi for commercial trav-a-'el?i'rou,"i
B".or' fee of charge.
hfltl ttilh.uil ... 4
Jr.W KTT WIL"OX a (o ,
4 lei tr.
WH0LX8ALX AMD KKTAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cloae.
Oerner 19th 8t. and Oemmerctal At.
C 0. PATIER ft CO
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAmtLE.
tHSailT aas CHKar-KlT We0M MAI
34 AHUFACTOBY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thtrth-TourU Btroot
SIXTH 8THEET. Between OHIO
IEVK AND COMMEKCIA1
Manufactures bis own Horse Shoes and
can Assure Good Work.
v PATRON AOE SOLICITED
is. KAiiom :umm imi
TMK ONI.V UIBKCT BUUTE TO
By llil l.lne faaeeacers ar Laaded at
t'eoleuuial Urounda, or si Broad aud Ifiue
I'treela, iu viciuity ot the Leading hotel in
fbiladelphis, aa IhaT niayprelir. Holder of
CAN 6TOP Orr AT Tilt
AudvMitthe lioverument Building, and the
u.aiiy object of lulereei lu and about Waabing
luu c iiy . '1 reveler deu lug
A Spet.;, Pleiufit, ui Ccsfarti.li trip,
Hbould remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R,
lat 'elcbrated for Its
Xlsarsat Coaobe,8plemdtd Hotels, Orsnd
aud Beautiful Kouuteia and Valley
tivenery, and the in any points oi
Uietotio Interest Alans
Fire till UV1TS i u M
Ai tj Aiy Oi.tr li&i
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
Itun Through .
Bet warn the
Principal weaiira lai Mm (ilia.
Ijti lit TUKUUcill lICkKTS. BAttUUACtk'
1' Cuei k, Moveiueut ol I reins, Mwpiug I ar
Aceomiuodationa, Ac, c. , apply at ticket
UUlcee at all friucipal 1'uiula,
NORTH, SOUTH. CAST OB WUT,
K. tt. iKiR.HKY. L. M. COLE,
Aae'ltieu'l Ticket Agt. Uea't Ticket agt.
I HO. V. UAItlt V, TH.W. a HHAHT,
Weateru r-aaeuge r AgL aiaatar of I'raap
Dealer in Freili Uecti
SeUraaa Waealaa-toa aa4 Bgamiwlal
AvtMeft, aaiolsiaAT -'. .
Ktrr tar sals Ike best laf. . VMM
VetM.TaJaie. aauaase. as . fl a f-S
t4 It aerve aeaiis as anajavi, , i mll