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JOHIT Q. IIA&UAIT ft CO.
Heal relate ana llenee Kentlnsj Acts
4 Heeler, 4'eaeeyaarera, ftwtisrte
rkllr, an ltnd Aceeita mt tbe III.
Itsels Central and HurllfN ami
lliisinrai House lately tx-cujiled by
Wood Rltt'iihoiiM! &, on Ivec bv
low 14th trt. Ileit very reasonable!
Dwelling tour, 7 roonu; 10 lots
enclosed, In good order, oh Twenty
fourth nnd Walnut Hrwts, Rent low to
a pood tenant.
Two tenements on wet tide of Com
mercial avenue neur Klflh street, suitable
tor ho and dwelling. Kent for each, $8
I)wtlliiitf liounc, 5 room, on Fittli
trwt near Walnut, in coot! repair. Kent
f 12.60 jht moiilli.
Cottage, . 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twrnty-tiret street, near Sycamore
north Hide. Kent $5, jut month.
Two Kunril Lou -MS, northwest corner
Fifteenth und Popular. Kent low.
Easement of brl' k building, went side
of Washington avenue lif&r Klghteenth
street, Are rooms in good condition)
liuitding on east ride of C'ommereia
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Building on west side of Commercial
aveuuv-BMttTelftli street. Old "City
Hall." Kent vry low.
Tenements, ftice and rooms in vari
ous laeation. KenU low,
Its and lands for srde or kase.
Jot!! Q. HaKMAX & CO.,
Ke.d Jr'atato Agents, corner Sixth and
ivc streets. 3-15-tf
LYNCH ft HOWLETS
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land:, Cairo lofn,
n exchange for St. Loui property.
Tlte south hall of the "1'ilol" houw at
Cot (ago on Sixth street near Wash
Cottage on Eighth street near Wal
Dwelling, corner Twenty-fourth and
Kin-t floor of br'n.k dwelliiig comer
NineUtntli and I'oplar streets.
Cottage on Fourth Street, between
'omuierclnl and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, west of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth stru t, est
of Washington avenue, $11
5uIbon and fixture, gjuthwe.it eorn
;r Eighteenth atreet and Commercial
tvenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west ot
.'ommerclul avenue, $10.
Dwelling houe on t'roM fcticet, wes
ot Washington avenue.
Hiuiness hotte on IeY! street, above
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
,treet, near Commercial avenue.
More loom on Commercial avenue,
lext to Waverlyhofel.no.
Cottage of 4 roou on Twenty-third
treet. $. Cood yard find cittern.
(iood ilM elling liou-e ou Walnut, be
tween Twenty- coiid and Twenty-th'rd
trwts, f 10.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
.Poplar street, Hi 5t.
Store rotm adjoining alove, f!. ,
UoitMi ou Commercial avenue, near
atnti street. Suitable for bu.ines and
Iwelliug, f 15.
Tenements numbered 8 and 9,
Winter's Row, li rooms each for $10
kt month. Will be put tu llrst-class
Store room in "Pilot Hoimc," lately
occupied Vy A. 1 Id ley.
Dwelling hotiM on Sixth street and
Jell'erson avenue $10,
Orphan As, hint building and preinl
ee. Kent low, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Kooms In various parts ot the city.
FOR LEASE OK SALE.
Lauds, In tractt to suit, near Cairo.
S. l'arelra Hiinoutteea cpecial bargains
in Men's and Boyst loltiing.good all wool
fussiuiere suit only $0 00. A good boys
ult only $4 00 and upwards. All much
less than heretofore for equal qualitiis.
The Do m Pedro's assassination did
not takj place, but humlrels of wives
and daughters all over the city are happy
to think that they can buy the be.-t Call
t oes at 0 cents per yard at
14 3 and 144 Commercial avenue.
Soliinon Pareira has received an addi
tional stock of Dry tioods. Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, which he is offering, to
suit the times. Therefore, if you want
to save money give nim a call at 142 and
144 Commercial avenue,
Great revolution in the line of Boots
and Shoes, which I offer at prices never
heard ot belore. Men's boots at $2 00
a pair, and all the rest in proportion.
142 and 144 Commercial ave.
ty mt Cairo,
colored and varnished, for sale at halt
price ($2.50) at the Bi'liktin otliee.
Lauik Umekcwtiiin. Ladles'
Chemise, Drawers, Skirts and Night
gowns lu linn Musllu, tucked and cm
briodcred at reduced rates, at
142 and 144 Commercial avenue.
Just received at the Xew Vork Store
Choice Northern Peach Blow J'otatoe
for Table and Seed, for said low,
&.:tl-10t C.O. Patikw Co.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washing! :ii avenue, la open to
the public, Tho bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors, and the nuest
brands of cigars.
S-2Vtf A. Kkai's, Proprietor.
The RttxatiN printing
neclnlty f Hill llads,
Note Heads, tetter Heads,
Statements, Cards, Kle Iook st these prirest
Small size hill heads, r HKi... I vo
Medium Size bill tinelx, per tlioiind 3 V
All on fuurtvn pound t, Jrlinlr mills,
ruteil two eenu prr pound hlKhrr thnn pT
bhi1 liy Knj othrr ofllra rntut to oHtth
mum eictiiUr fur thin onirc
Statrmrntii, Carljmlr, prr liu no
liFtter llrwl, trlylr, prr toeo 4 W
Nolc HmwU, Carlyale, jht 1u j on
Vlitinfrcap M-rik:kiiKP TM
lltMitiM curd, No. I -ply Hrutol board,
y-T iuou m DO o
Iltimnrsa cHn( No I lilank, tr Imx) S of)
UiurtcrHihevt. half nlit. fiill-shwl anil thrrr-
hset poatera, and colorwt Work brlow bt. Ixma
fampliM, Hoot Work and Trine I.iati made
AK5COI MS EM r.STS.
We are authorized to announce JOHN II.
ItOUIN.sON as acaudidu e Tor Mier aot All
andrr oiunly. at the coming county elctiou.
We are authorized to announce that JU A. Kd
mundaon is an lnditndent ltciiiildin cati'li-
itate lor Mierilf, at the ensuina county l tion.
We are auUiorized toannnunce I'tCTEKATl',
for an Inilenendeut caodidute for MtiTiff of Al-
eiandrr county, at the eiiMiiuji county elertion.
ASCAIXKH LOIMiE, NO. 51.
Knirhut of I'yttiiua, mU erery Kri
day tiiKtit at balf-pmt seven, in Odd
IVilowa' lliill llowa,
,-- AI.KXANDKR LODCK, NO SM.
jZ Iudepident Order of Odd-hel-
sL-J I Iowa, uteris every Tburaday tiigM
jiawP) at half-past seven, in tbelr hall cm
jiljui rriitl atenup, between nixtb auJ Setnitb
r;, CiiA. Lams N O
MiIKO KNCAMl'MKNT, I. O. O. V.. mrets
. y .n iM-rellvwa' lli.ll outhe Oral and tlmd
i urla) in every month, at half-past ervru
Jao II Oohsman, C f
A CAlHi I.OUUK. NO. S37.A.F. A A. M.
Hold rrKulur cotmunnieationa in Ma
Hull, corner CommercUtl aveuue
'and Klarti'h "trwt, on the scond and
ourtb Monday of each month.
RATE r ADVEBHNIXU.
t-J"AU bills for advertiste, are due and pay
able IM aOVAMCB
Transient slvertiains; will be inserted at the
rate of II U per square for the first insertion
and y rents for each subsequent on A liberal
discount will be made on standing and difpl
for Intertill Funeral notice ! ( Notice oi
meeting of societies or secret orders 5u ca nts for
Church, Society, FeMival and Pupprr notices
will only be inserted as advertisements
No advertisement will be received at less than
to cents, and no advertisement will tie iutt-rted
for less than three dollars per month
a) jT Local Business Notices, of
Jiff " ten linos) r mors, Inaerted
J"aa- in tha Bulletin aa foUowa :
Commacca Counting- at ten lUnea.
Ona Lnaartion par lin.-..
Two lnaertlona per line
Tbrae) insertions par Una..
Bis lnaartion per lino
Two weeks par Una
Ona month par 11ns.
No Reduction will be mad in above
TIIl.'KSDAY. JI NK 8, 1876.
rail Hssther Kepers.
CaiaO. lu,.. June 7, Itff
11 a n Tii a. I Who. Vbl. j Wkatii.
0."7 1 719 S , a I Fair
7 a .m.
1 L' .
JAMfcS W A l .Si IN,
Sergeant, digital M-rvlce, f. S. A.
Thirty thousand Jut received nt tht
Ilt i.i.hTiv oflie'.
Fatterna for the LaUe.
Just received a large assortment ot
Hazaar Globe Fitting Patterns, the In-st
lilting in iw, at lm. C. Hanxv's
Dr. Smith has removed his otliee to
rooms 8 and 9, Winter's block. Kutratice
on Seventh ssrect.
On and alter this date '. W. Wlieclcr
& Co. will oiler cord wood nt 50 tier
cord; same sawed and split. $." 00 ; sin
gle loads $1 75 per load. Strictly cash.
For the place to buy lumU r cheaply,
go to J. S. McGahey, coiner of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, where
he is locating his new lumUr yards, and
dining the month will be prepared to fur
nish all kinds of building material.
5 14-1 in
The undersigned is prepared to pump
nit and repair cisterns or build new ones
3ti short notice and at satisfactory prices.
J. S. IIawkixs,
I'M and Cedar streets. PostoihVc box
fllberuluna lit Hie Fi oitl.
The proposition to have a general cele
bration in tills city on the Fourth 0
July having fallen to the ground, the
Hibernian Fire company conies to the
tront and will give a grand parade
and pio-nie at Scheel's Washington Gar
hi E hocu. C. Kocli, at Ins shop and
store room, Xo. 90 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
his own make ; also a lull stock of leather
and findings lor sale ; and a
large stock of St. Lous cus
tom inado boots and shoes. He
keeps the best material and is up in all
the latest styles. His fits are perfect, and
satisfaction is guaranteed. Give him
Keduretl liulea tat. Illinois ('rutral
ItuitrttAd Irons Cairo.
To New Vork $2:1 50
Boston' vi.-i. Albany 20 00
Philadelphia 21 R0
Washington '10 95
" Bujjhnore 20 95
Pittsburg W 50
Cleveland... 10 60
Buffalo 19 50
" Htisieiisiou irldge. 19 50
" Toledo 15 50
" TMrolt 17 35
(len. Southern Agent.
Sun please copy. (M-Ct
The board ot county comnilsmoncrs
has been In session sine Monday.
Bankrupt sale of books and stationery at
Hock well's 0-8-31
That 4 onrert,
Mrs. Saunder's convert will conic off
at the Atheneum to-tnorrow night. We
are told it will be a most excellent enter
tainment. ('leaning I'n.
Brown resumed his duties as health
officer yesterday morning. He is hard at
work, and proposes to have the city as
clean as new pin In a very short time.
Major II. I Morrill, of the Vinccnnii
road, has returned from Philadelphia,
full of Centennial enthusiasm. He is
sure it lit the bigirest thing in the world.
St. Charles K. Kills and family, Lo
gansport, Ark.; A. F. Both, St. Louis;
W.J. Niehols, St. Louie; J. M. Lowe,
New Orleans; L. J. Kehelinan and lady
Ohio; Jacnies Levy, New Orleati".
The Open AlrSnnrert.
There was a large turn out of ladies
and gi'titlemen to hear the open air con
cert of the National hand, on the up
town stand last night. The tuiuic was
very good, and pka.iod everybody.
The flvil Docket.
The present term of the circuit court
proml.-es to last for some time yet. The
criminal docket has just been disened
witli, and the civil docket, containing
over one hundred cases, has been
A Special communication ot Cairo
ViT Lodge, No. 237. A. F. mid A. M.
this (Thursday) evening at 8
o'clock sharp. Work in the Second de
gree. Visiting brethren are cordiallv in
vited to attend. By order of the W. M.
W. A. Si.oo, Sec'y.
Mr. iJ.m. Dean, clerk at the St. Charles
who went to On Quoin a few days since
to collect a claim hM by Mr. Wilcox,
against a candy stand man, who Is trav
eling with Kothehiid & Company's. cir
cus, returned yesterday, alter selling out
the debtor, with the money in his pocket.
Cnlre nnd Vinrennca Kailroad Ite
dureU t're te l.nsteru l ilies.
The fares of this road, which is the
shortest and quickest route from
Cairo and tlte Southwest to Ext
ern cities, will always be as low as by
any other line. C. S. Sawyk.r,
6-C-t Gen. Ticket Agent, St. LouU.
lu the C'lljr.
Hon. F. K. Albright was in the city
yesterday. We did not learn the pur
pose of his isit. It is said he is laboring
hard for the nomination for the office
which he seeks, and it is thought by
many he will be the victorious man in
It. J. CundifT has jus.t received a car
load of Dubuque lee, and will continue
to receive lee throughout the entire sea
son to supply the jobbing and retail
trade, lie respectfully solicits a share of
your patronage. Ice depot. No. 17,
Eighth street. 5-17-tf
The place to sell rogs, rope, paper
stock, scrap iron, old metal, beeswax,
tallow, ginseng, hides, furs, etc., is at the
old stand of Joscpti Smith, one door
above the New Vork store,
fi 8-fit B. F. Wii.hl-kx.
Thebnnkrupt sale at the Musical Bazar,
in the nty.
Col. George W. Parker, of St. Louis,
Vice-president and general manager of
the Cairo short line, and W. Cutting, of
New Vork, a heavy stockholder in the
same i oad, wtre at the St. Charles yes
terday.. They were ou a tour ot Inspec
tion over the road.
Wood ! Wood t
For sale at $1 60 per load. Btove wood,
awed and split, $1 per cord. Four foot
woo l, $3 50 per cord, delivered in any
part ot the city. Big lot of stove wood
on hand. Leave orders at No. 34 Eighth
street, and they will receive prompt at-
teutiou. 5-13-1 in. F. W, Ward.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Thl Bulletin', unlets tie
same is made on 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, lor any
CaUIO Bl'LLKTIN COMI-AXV.
November 19. 1875. tl
Major Ed. Halllday, of this city, on
Monilay purchased of Capt. Conway the
Iron steam yacht Arlodua." The! Ari-
odim is oneot the fleetest boats that is to
be found in these water, and Is a perfect
model ot beauty. Major Halliduv will
have her repaired and painted, and put
in perfect condition to carry excursion
and pleasure parties, at whose disposal
lie will be in a very short time.
The criuiiual docket in the circuit
court having been disposed of, the civil
docket has been taken up.
In the case of F. E. Albright against
Louis Botto judgment was reserved.
F. E. Albright against John Gannon,
In the ease of W, It, Lain and others
against David C, Stewart, judgment was
rendered in favor of plaintiffs.
kru Irott Wanted
Wauted, 600 tons of scrap iron in 10
tons lots for cash.
VfLCAS MANl'PAOTKIN'U Co.
47 MeLeaiw' Block, St. I.ul, Mo,
., We would sugfest to thoe of our peo
ple who art looking out for nn oppor
tunity to secure tickets to tlw Centennial
cheap, to be careful of the numerous ad
vertisements to bo found In ever paper,
of reduoed rate on tha roauls running in
to eastern cities. Many of them are writ
ten in a style that would lead the unsus
pecting to believe that the rates advertis
ed are for the rouud trip, when In reality
thef are the price of ticket oneway,
that is from here to Philadelphia. It will
not come amiss for those who contem
plate visiting the east during the Centen
nial to pay a little attention to this.
(, Tn, DsSt Dots, T
City Maksuaih Ofuck,
Araii kxoixr. not:
Cairo, 111., June
All owners of dogs and sluts withi
the corporate limits) of the city of Cairo
are hereby notified that the city tax upon
the same must be paid on or before the
15th day of June, 1S70, after which all
dogs or sluts found within the city limits
ou which the tax has not been paid will
be killed. I will be found lu my office
from now until -the 15th to receive said
tax, from 9 o'clock a.m., to 12 o'clock to.
of each da)'. John II. Gosmav,
A X: 1 l.nnndry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and CornnivroUl aye
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In the slty, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece w ork prices are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 15c ; per
dozen, 80c ; socks, 5c ; two collars, 5c ;
two haudkerctriefs, 5c ; vests, 20c; ana
all gentlemen's wear, Kte. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, SI 25c ; ladies' underware, fine
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. l-2:i-tt.
Mayer Winter and the lloga.
Some people are very unkind. It is
now asserted that Mayor Winter's rea
sons for wanting the hog law repealed. is
because he has a sow and fourteen pigs
that he don't want to be bothered with
at home. It will be remembered that nt
a recent meeting of the council. Mayor
Winter delivered a very eloquent and
able address in regard to the hogs as
sea vangers. He claimed that were the
hog law to be stricken out, there would
be no further use for scavengers, and
that the city, which is weighed down by
debt, would thus be Faved the salary of
a health officer. The board of aldermen
listened attentively to his words, and the
mayor, thinking he had "struck them In
in the ritfht place" by the speech, allow
ed hogs to run about the;"rrrwts, and
nodded with satisfaction as he saw them
devour ravenously the wasting of veg
etable stands, and clear the streets of
other disagreeable rubbish. But on Tues
day night last, the aldermen took bis
honor by surprise, by ordering bf a
unanimous vcte, that the hogs should
and must be put up, and now he is con
vinced that he has "wasted his sweetness
on the desert nlr.n
The aldermen comprising our honora
ble city council seem to have been Inspired
with a fiendish desire, on Tuesday even
ing, to wound the feelings of Mayor
Winter. At the regular meeting, held
previous to the one of last Tuesday
night. Mayor Winter delivered his annual
message. In the document he made
many suggestions to the council. One
was that the services of Health Officer
Brown be dispensed with In order that
the expenses of the city government
might be reduced. The chief of police,
the mayor said,' could and would attend
to the duties ot Mr. Brown, and Mr.
Brown was removed. After Mayor
Winter had informed Mr. Brown that he
should discontinue his labors for the city,
the aldermen began to think the matter
over, and finally arrived at the conclusion
that Brown, for the good ot the city,
should be reinstated, and ou Tuesday
evening they went to the council chamber,
and notwithstanding Mayor Winter's
remonstrances, reinstated Health Officer
Brown, every man in the council voting
for the motion. But the action of the
council, we arc told, is not to end the
business. Mayor Winter, It is said,
has asserted that he will not
sign Brown's orders for his pay.
It there is to be a health officer, he claims
the right to chose his man to fill the
place. He has uo fault to tlud with Mr.
Brown, that gentleman has attended to
the duties of his office with unwavering
constancy, but he is not the man he wants
for the place. Jim Bummer well is the
man for the mayor, and we are told he
proposes to put hiiu In Brown's shoes.
It he should attempt to do so, then comes
another rumpus. The aldermen won't
stand It. He dare not, they gjy, re
move, a man w ho has filled his office
as Mr. Brown has, to the satisfaction of
the entire community, from any per
sonal motives. Jim is a good fellow,
and might, possibly, make as good an
officer as Brown. But we have tried
Brown, atid have tiot found him wanting.
We done know what Jim might do were
ho to be nominated andeontlrmed. A bird
lu hand is worth two lu the bush.
This is the way the men talk whom
Mayor Winter has to deal with, and the
jK-ople look for the termination rtf this
little difference with interest.
tiy the Meyer.
'.'aiiio. 111., June 5, 1870.
All persons are requested and notified
to cleanse and disinfect his or her prem
ises forthwith for the preservation of
health. Any ron knowing ot any nui
sance adjoining his or her premises is
requested to make complaint either to
the city marshal at his office, in the Arab
engine house, or to the ejioeutive, when
the same will be abated lortltw iih. Citi
zens, one and all, will take notice of this
order and govern themselves accordingly.
II. WtxTr-.R, Mayor.
The Idlewild bate ball club hat de
feated every club that they have
encountered from this city for the
past three years, and are anxious
for another game. They do not
want to challenge any club now lu exis
tence here, but desire that a new one,
composed of the very best material in
Citlro lm organized. The ldlewilds will
give the; players who may be selected,
until the Fourth of July for practice,
When they with the game to take place".
If the lovers of the national game In
Cairo, Intend to comply with the request
ot their Paduc-ah friends, we would sug
gest that they set to work at once to pick
men tor the contest, and for once show
their Padncah friends that we have the
material for a strong team, and one that
is capable ot stripping them of their long
bragged of laurels.
Hooka nnd MlAtlonerjr
Going like hot cakes at the old stand of
Kocli well. 6-8-3t
UolMK to liana or tiolorade.
Take the Atchison, Topekn and Santa
Fe ndlroad, tlm new and popular line
from Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, I etivcr, Cannon City,
Crtcharus, LM Norte, Santa Fe and all
points lu Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip !-9 day tick
ets to Denver on sale Ma 15?b. at $50,
taking In the famous watering places ou
the D. -ft K, G. road. Low emigrant
rates to the San Juan mine?.
Pullman palace sleeping. cArs between
the Missouri river and tho 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,
T. J. Amkrm4i.,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kau.
Answer to t'erreapondente.
Iii answer to "Alphabetical," in your
last Issue, for a remedy lor consumption
in its first stages, 1 can recommend Dr.
Pierce's "Goldeu Medical Discovery," it
taken according to directions, for it has
been thoroughly tried In my family, and
the results were 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 bottie ever' dose seemed to
strengthen the lungs, and now she is
well and heart)'. It "Alphabetical'' will
write to nie I will get witnesses to the
above. IIexry II. M. Patton.
Lawrence,Marion county, lud. CWoi
nntl Timet, Feb. 4, 1875,
KnkltiK 9f nde Kftay.
By using the Centennial cako pan, the
latest and best invention for cak baking
yet offered. Made of Itussia iron; dur
able a lite-time. Wilt bake your cuke
more evenly than in tho 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 Us base,
to be Iced or frosted while hot Fvery
lady seeing Its advantage w ill want one.
S. W. SUlwell, agent, is now canvassing
Cairo. . U-2-2t
, lite Place.
For a clea. shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to J
George Steinhouse on Eighth street,
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.
I Ire V Keealer,
Ice dealers, corner Twelfth sheet and
Washington avenue, are prepared to de
liver Dubuque luke ice in any part ot the
city daily. The wagon will run regu
larly every morning, delivering leu to
customers. A share of the patronage ot
the public is solicited. Ice depot oppo
site the Bt'i.i.KTiv office. 5-30-1 in.
Linen fibre, plate finish, letter and note
paper at the Bulletin office. Blue and
Cretan laid, below St. Louis prices.
War UaTAHTki&NT, Rive RaroaT, (
(June 7.1S7i (
STATIOM. LOW W Al ts. I CI1A3UI.
ft. m. j rr. is.
Cairo W 7 ! S
i'tltslmrtr. a 4 X i
Cinciunalt It 1 i
Louisville ti 4
Nashville IS a Xt s
St. Louis ... 21 4 X . S
Kvstmville IS s
Menii'lus U u X 1
Vlckaliui'K 41 4 4
New Orleans '2103
Below High water of l""4.
JAM ICS WATSON,
Serfreuut, SlKnul Service, C. S. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" James D. Parker, Cincinnati.
" Charles Morgan, Cincinnati.
" Mary Miller, Pittsburg.
Steamer Jiui Fisk. Paducah.
" James D. Parker, Memphis.
" Charles Morgan, New Orleans.
" Mary Miller, St. Louis,
The James D. Parker passed down
with a good trip for Memphis, Site
added 30 toua of freight here.
The Charles Morgan had a good trip
fur New Orleans, and made additions of
10Q tons here.
The James Fisk brought a lot ot pig
iron and other freight.
The Mary Miller passed down for
St. Louis from Pittsburg with a good
The boats due from St. I.rvi! f ir the
Svnillt to U..J' aru tin Grand Kepubiie und
the City oi Altou.
The Cincinnati Voniurtiul'$ Mem
phis telegram 4th, says : The Joe. B.
Williams was down yesterday after
lighters, and u light draft steamer will be
needed to relk-ve Wr simlaed tow, 31
pieces of which are badly stuck v Only
two of them are stovt'tn. Tho rest of
them uay be set attest - by being partly
Retire t fjireei Kar, renaeante.
The People's Kail way have lor sale 32
l null one-horse ears. Been in use about
two years and are now in good miming
condition. All have Slawson fare boxes.
Will he sold rheap. For Information d
dres W. II, Bmra,
0-7-d-lw. Sec'y People's K. W.
The cheapest and latest style Dry
goods, in the city also the cheapest lot o
Embroidered Parasols, and notions can
always be found nt
142 and 144 Commercial avenue.
Fflty oents, at Winter's Gallery.
XORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH S THE El
Bet9 WaahlneTton b4 Cemmarcia
U virtue of an execution to me ilireetcl hy
the tiers ol the Circuit Cetrrt of AleianUer
Oantjr, iu Utc suite ot llltaoi. in favor of Die
people ot the 8taie of IlliuoU, aul against
Henry Wat-en WeWi and Andrew J. Carle, I
tmve levied uimn the fullowinr rirurlliMl
rriv. in tiiia I omit y 1,1 Alexander and Mate of
num. in, io wtir a iHirtion or lot tiumberd
twmtT-sl (it.) In block ntitttUered twenty-si
U) in the city of Cairo, ami dearrio! as fol
lows, to wit; cr.tnmencina; at a point on the
easterly line of ashiniftoa Avenue nine and
one-half (yt) ret from the corner of lofs twenty
live, and tweutyxix In the hlork aforesaid, run
ning thenre southerly along the line or Wash
ing; ton Avenue, three (3) feet, thence eaaterlv
a--allel with tbelioe dividing the lots al'nreai'd
one hundred feet,, and to the westerly line of lot
taetity-nine ( !') iu said block, thence northerly
along the westerly line of said lot twenty-nine
three feet, llieuee westerly parallel with the
linedividiiignaid lot. i:tai its. one hundred feet
to the nlnce of heffinniue. aa th nmncrtv nt th
said Henry Watson Webb, which I stall offer at
imMic sale at the south-went door of the Court
House in the City of Cairo, in the County ot
Alexander and State of Illinois, on the S.W day
of .line. A. I. IsTtt. at tha hour i.f ....
o'clock A. M., for rash, to satisfy said rieru-
AI.V.X. H. IUVIX
MierifT of Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills . Jure 1st, Is7. 2-dld
T" t f obtained
obtained in the United
Canada, anil 11-
ternis aa lnur aa
of any other relia.
nvteU iu the tnc-
lish and foreign anguages, witn inventors. At
torneys at law, and other Soliriitors, esoeeiall
W til I tl I IM VT hi, )iUV tlMil ttiwi V fm Mllbl
the hands 01 other attorneys. In rejected eases
our lees are reasonable, and no charge is made
unless we are successful.
If you want a rut-
rut, send us a model
or eketrth and a
full description ol
We will make aa
examination at the patent office, and It we thiol
it imtentable, will send you pattens and advice
and prosecute your case. Our fee will be hi or
uinary eases, aj .
gett, Kx-Commissloner of Patents,
Cleveland, tin 10 1 ). II. Kelley, Kq., Sec'v
National Grange Louisville, Ky ; Coinmodor
Dan 'I Ammen, U. 8. N., Washington. U. C.
tSciid tsiatup tT olir ' 'Ciulde for obtain
ing 1'atents," a book at to pagee.
Address : Luuia Bagger at Co., Solid
tors of I'atents, VYashlugtuii, 1). C.
The latest, greatest, and most reliable
remedy ever put topettter by medical science,
tor Hliruatim, Wounds, Swellings, Hums,
Caked llrrttst, tin , U the Centaur Liniment.
There are two kinds What the W' bite Liniiiirat
is fur the human family, tin Yelbw Ceataur
Litiiinent is for spavi
med, lams ami strained
norm an'i antmaia.
hildreu Try lor t'uatorln. It Is as
pleaaant to take as houey, and is absolutely
linrinleas. It is fine to cxm-1 worms, cure wind
colic, regulate the bowels and atointcb, and
rverrom Irritubility cauaed by rash or cutting
teeth. It is a ierfrct sutxtittite f-r Castor oil,
and for Costlveuess in young or old there is
nothing In existence so envctire and reliable.
nl t resist I In
Stir eel a. thl-
Chartered liv the
State of Illinois
for the express
nuniose of gmug
iiiiiuediuie tell, f
i. v. ... ,..nn, t-oinuic, auu urinary oi-
MMovs in all their cniutdiratt-d forms. Il is Well
known thai Dr. Janus has stood at the head ol
the DMteitstoti lor the nust 4" vents Ave snil
exoerieiireureall-iiKiHiitant. Memlnnl Weak
neaa, night losses by drtanis. pimples on the
race lost muuhood can positively ne cunen
Lidies wauling the i)iM.t delicate aiteution, call
or write, t'leasant home for stien!s. A book
for Hi million. Msrriags Guide, which tell,
you all about these disea.es who should marry
-whv not Io crnis to pay postage. !r James
ha :m rooms and parlur. You see no one but
the dersor t'lUce hours. 9 a in. to 7 p iu- f-un-duvs,
io to li. All uuaiucas strictly confiden
Win. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhda New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
ALSO, 1F ALERa IX
AM) Oil IKK I'UODl'CK.
. 70 and T'J Vine nt reel. VI SI M
J3 N. aisiaireet, M. l-enla. M:
Is-aJnif eaUldiahineiil of the Weal. ISLEU H
lti. DYINU, Al.il-lilM). and all kind e
Milliners' Work ibiue proMiolly. I'laater ttlueif
i'f saie. Charges ii l (Mi goods seel as. aWad
111 Ural or written in nutters
IQ CHILES W
f a rr
SOLD DURING the YEAR IS75
EVERY STOVE IS -
Wherever I'sett or Sold
k t'l'iii Mai 1 hilt!
OCR NEW SIZES
Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 And 40
Ate a Marvelous Combination of
Ain( all the Esseutial Tnints that go to Make tin
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
Ksrr Offered to tbe Pattllc.
Mad Only by tbe ,
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
Nos. 012, ctl, 6ts and 619 y. Main Ht
HI. I.onlx, Ha.
O. W. HENDERSON,
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho car-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
tromptly attended to.
tSTo large oonsumers and all
aianufacturers, we are prepared
io supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAULO CITY COAL COXTAJfT.
t-fnalliday Bro 'a ofiee, Mo. T OkdeLeret.
IJ-lUiriUay Kro 's wharf boat.
If At K-7itutn Mills, or
tfAt the, Coul iuni, foet ef ThUty-EifB
Cy-l'ot Oflice Drawer. ).
JOHN H. MtTLXET,
Attorney- at IsWe
OVVH K : At residence oa Ninth Street, be
tween W-uhtn-ton avenue and Walnut st.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. O. Suela,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildlns-, Cor. Twelfth Street
iit Wsshlmrton Araoue,
CfC'ounty and UailroadWork' a Specialty
To whom Pensions are
TO A TTl BVEIIY, eMMIW
MrLXlJT)lBKLtU while Is tbsle
sod discharf e ol duty, either by aytqaeit r '
etberwiaa, sboull bare a penslos. Tba toes a.
larer satules you to a peasloa. A. raotaraa
a matter how sllfbt, ateas yoaaasnlse.
Tks loss of a toe c-tves you a peas toe.
Tee leaaol aa aye elves yea a pea to a.
wko ars now drawtnea Mas-e
sV Awra ltt"T TaT W
fur oopy of Pensioa and Beauty Acta.
AAirep, M. FlirZCCRALPa
VaitMl State Claim A rent, lapuxsroua. ra
aaya all leiura inark r. a sex asasWl
'lasts msis la Ut nw in m ikis sSrsrtueaHaa,
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE I
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is the Uraaid le
LIN IMS NT,
Which has stood the test of 40
There is no aoro it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will n?t CurijBo
Ache, no Pain, that A diets the tTu '
man body, or thj body of a Ilerso
or oth;r Tomestio an mal, that
does not yield to its ma;io toueh.
A. bottle oostlnic 15c, fiOe. or tl
has often Bared tbe life of a Iluxaan
Being, and Restored to ' if asd
Usefitlness Many a Valuable
piie Weebljr ShIUIIm.
Sl.XA iwryar, poatace irsaU4,le say tit than,
SXJIT AD t HlAi-tW -ratxr
asjWlstol ta SealMni IUImIs,