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nilnp. House lately occupied by
Wood Klttenhousc' X Co., on l,evce be
low 14th street, lit tt very reasonable!
Dwelling house, 7 rooms ; 10 lots
enclosed, In good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut street Rent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on west side of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, suitable,
lor shop and dwelling. Kent for each, $8
Dwelling house, 5 rooms, on Fifth
street near Walnut, in Rood repair. Rent
$12.50 per month.
Ottajre, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-first street, near Sycamore
north side. Rent $5, per month.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Rent low.
Basement of brick building, west side
of Woshlnjfton avenue near Eighteenth
street, five rooms in good condition!
Building on east side of Commercia
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Building on west side of Cotumerciul
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Rent very low.
Tenements, offices and rooms in vari
ous locations. Rents low.
Ix)ts and lands for sale or leafc.
John Q. IIihma.h & Co.,
Peal Kntate Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. 3-15-tf
LYNCH & HOWLET'S
Real Estate Column
-Alexander county lands, Cairo lots,
ji exchange for St. Louis proerty.
Hie south halt of the 'Tllot" house at
Cottage, on Sixth street near Wash
Cottage on Light It street near W'al
Dwelling, corner Twenty-fourth and
Holbrook avenue. '
First floor of trick dwelling corner
Nineteenth and Poplar streets.
Cottage ou Fourth Street, between
Commercial and Washington avenuo.
Cottage on Ninth Street, west of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth strict, west
of Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west of
Commercial avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on CrohS street, wes
Of Washington avenue.
Business house ou Levee street, above
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
-treet, near Commercial avenue.
Store loom on ComiiiercLd avenue,
uext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 rootas o:t Twenty-third
treet, $ff. (Jood yard and cistern.
Good dwelling house ou Walnut, be
tween Twct.ty-aicond and Twenty-th'.rd
Store-room eorner Twentieth an. I
PiiOar alreeU, $12 50.
tMoro rotu adjoining above,
Houc on Commercial avenue, near
iVth street. Suitable for bueluvsg and
J welling, $1-1.
Teneni'-nts numbered 8 nnd 'i,
Winter's Row, 5 rooms each for $10
per mouth. Will be put In !lrst-clas
Store room in "Pilot House- lately
uecupied hy A. Halley.
Dwelling hone on Sixth street and
Jefferson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
se. Rent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Room In various parts of the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
-Lands in tracts to sull, near Cairo.
Pareira announces special bargains
in Men's and Boysl'lotlilng.good all wool
Cassimere suit only $9 00. A good boys
ult onlv $4 00 and upwards. All much
less than heretofore for equal qualities.
The Dotn Pedro's assassination did
not taka nlace. but hundreds of w ives
kid daughters all over the city are happy
to think that they can buy the best Call
coes at G cents jar yard at
, S. PaRKIKa'8,
142 and 144 Commercial avenue.
Solution Pareira has received an addi-
tional stock of Dry Goods, Clothing
Boots and Shoes, which ho Is offering, to
suit the times. Therefore, if you want
to save money give uiui a call at 112 and
.144 Commercial avenue.
Great revolution in the lino of Boots
and Shoes, which 1 offer at prices never
heard of before. Men' boots at $2 00
.a pair, and all 'e rest hi proportion.
142 and 144 Commercial ave.
Ijr of Cairo,
..nin.ii ami varnished, for sale at half
iriee ($2.50) at the Bcmktis office.
Ladiks . U.ndhiici.othin'C.. Ladies
Chemist', Drawers, Skirts ami Night
-gowns in lino Muslin, tucked and t ni
briodcred at rcducetl rates, at
142 and 144 Commercial avenue
Just received at the New York Store
Choice Northern Peach Blow Potato'
for Table and Seed, for sale low.
5 Sl-lOt C. O. Patikii & Co.
. 'This popular saloon, corner Fourteen!!
street and Washington avenue, is open to
.the public. Tho bar U supplied with
pure wines, choice lWjuor ami the finest
grands or cigars,
-2tf A'. KrV8, Proprietor.
Th HcLLen prlkttug
establishment make a
specialty of Bill Ural,
Not Heads, letter Heads,
Statements, ('arid, :tc Look St these priced I
Small size bill heads, er lout...... 1 do
Milium sIm bill beads, per thousand 3 75
All oil Court era pound paper, Carlisle rollla,
rated two cents per putind higher than paper
ned by any other ofure ruled to order at th
mill eccia)ly for this odi.e
MOitemrnta. lerlysle. per lotxt ...1 no
Letter Heads, Carlysfr, )-r I'SiO 4 6U
Note limit, Carlysle, per Ii"i 3 "O
VlaitingCHrris per package ............ 7Sc
Businr card, No. I S-p'T Brltol board,
tierl'iou .. tt au to 4 U
Business cards, No I blank, )rr IikiO S 00
Vua rter-sheet, half-shn't, full-sheet and three
sheet Mi(tf-rs, and colored work below St. Ixiuis
l'smplilet, Hook Work an Prlre Lists made
OR II Kill I K.
We are authorir.e1 to announce JOHN H.
HolilXON a a Candida e for hherirof Alex
ander etinty, at the coming county election.
We are authorized toannonnce that ft. A. Kd
mundsnnissn independent Republican candi-
aie lor fhma, at tlie ensuing- coiiiiIT election.
We are authorized toannonnce PKTEIt S At'I'.
for an Independent candidate for sheriff of Al
exander county, at the ensuing county election.
AACALOM LO!UK, NO
Knights of I'ythias, meets every Fri
day night at half-past seven, in Odd
fellows' IUII . llowa.
lnd.ndent Orh-r of Odd-Kri-
L?y lows, inerts every 1 rurwiav niglil
r'iiimrr' 0t half-uaft seven, in their hall on
immrrcial avenue, lietwern distil and Orentb
VIR KNCAMI'MK.NT, I. O. O. '., meets
ym ilil-rriiows' tinll on tbe nrat ana ttura
liesds) in every mouth, at half-past seven
.10 II IXOKSMAf , K, V
CAIItOLOIKiE. N0.237,A.r. A. M.
lolit rrnikr communications in Ma
sonic tlsll, corner (xnimercul avenue
anil Kiirhih str-t. on the second and
ourtli .Monday of each month.
RATES) OF ADVEKTIMSU.
I J-AU bills for advertising, are due and pay
able lie ADVAKCS
Transient advertising will be inserted at the
rate of II U) jer Bquare for the first insertion
and St) eeuts for each subsequent one A liberal
itcotint will be made on standing and displ
Kor inserting funeral notice ft o Notice of
meeting of societies or secret order Vi cents for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper n iticea
ill only be inserted as adTertieenacnts
No adrertiseinent will l received at less than
SO cents, aud no advert ice men t will t iuscrtct
for les than Hiree dollars jr Wutith
Local Business Koticea, of
tn Lines or more. Inserted
In the Bulletin aa follows :
Commenoe Counting at ten Lines.
One insertion per line -.... S Cents
Two Insertions per line 7 Cents
Three insertions per line. ... 10 Cents
Six Insertions per line. 15 Cents
Two weeks per line 2b Cent
One month per line - ...35 Cents
No Reduction will be made In above
FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1S70.
I.ecl Weather Hepora.
Ciino. ill. , Jure , to'ii
JAMES U'A I. .'',
Scrsennt, bitfiial Svrvlce, 1'. S. A.
Thirty thousand lust received at Hie
Jt LI.LTIN ofl!e.
Dr. Smith has removed his office to
rooms 8 and 9, Winter's block. Entrance
on Seventh surect.
Linen librc, plate finish, letter and note
naner at the Bu.lktim oftice. Blue and
renin laid, below St. Louis prices
On and alter this date C. W. Wheeler
fc-Co. will offer cord wood at $:i DO per
cord; same sawed and split, $5 00; sin
gle Joads $1 75 tier load. Strictly cash.
For the place to buy lumber cheaply.
go to J. S. Mctiahey, corner of 1 wen
tieth street and Washington avenue, where
he Is locating his new lumber yards, and
during the month will be prepared to fur-
nih all kinds of buihling material. ,
The undesigned is prepared to pump
ut and repair cisterns or build new ones
on short notice and at satisfactory prices
J. S. Hawkins,
i.'tj nnd Cedar streets. Potottlcc box
Hibernians) lo Hie from.
The proposition to have a general cele
bration in this city on tlio 1-oiirtli 0
July having fallen to the ground, the
Hibernian Fire company conies to the
front and will give a grand parade
and pic-nle at Schecl's Washington Oar
Skk Kocu. C. Koch, at his shop and
store room, No. 90 Commercial avenue,
litis for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
his own make ; also a full stock of leather
and findings tor sale ; and
large stock of St. Lou s cus.
torn mado boots and shots. lie
keeps the beat material and is up lu all
the latest stj les. His tits are erfect, and
satisfaction is guaranteed. (Jive him t
call- - U iJ-tf
Reduced Uiiira la. Illluoin (en Ira
RailroMd trout 4'niro
To New York
" Huston via. Albany
, iO 00
. 21 80
. J0 95
. 20 93
. IS 50
, 10 50
. 19 AO
. 19 50
. 15 50
J a. Johnson,
. tjcii. Southern Agent.
Sua please copy. W-Ot
TIMS Alt.;j TllX. 1'SD. j YSL. WlATU.
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S:'i" VO.'-U- '11 itlraiv
Bankrupt sale of book, ami stationery at
Eaenralosi ! Amerlen.
An excursion party of colored people
will go out on a moonlight excursion to
morrow night. The party will go to the
town of America, on the Ohio river.
Valro nnd TJnrennea Railroad Re
StairrU fare So Kastora lllee.
The fares of this road, which Is the
shortest and quickest route from
Cairo and the Southwest to East
ern cities, will always be as low as by
any other line. C. S. Sawyer,
C-0-t Gen. Ticket Agent,
Sitono Knelt lo Erin.
We arc told that Patsy tiallighcr, who
has been a drayman la this city for years,
sold his mule and dray to a merchant in
this city on Saturday, and started for
Belfast, Ireland, his native place on Sa
R. J. CundilT has lust received a car
load of Dubuque ice, nnd will continue
to receive ice throughout the entire sea
son fo supply the jobbing and retail
trade. He respectfully solicits a share of
your patronage. Ice depot, No. 17,
Eighth street. 5-17-tf
Tlso i'aaeerl To-ialcht.
The concert to be given by Mrs. Saun
der'a and her pupils, assisted by a num
ber of ladies and gentlemen, w III come
off at the Atheneum this evening. The
entertainment will be a very excellent
one, and none should fail to at'etid.
Tickets for sale at Hartman's.
The place to sell rags, rope, paper
stock, scrap Iron, old metal, beeswax,
tallow, ginseng, hides, furs, tc, Is at the
old stand of Joseph Smith, one door
above the New York store.
C 8-fit B. F. Wii.ncK.v.
Jlotlee lo "It reel Railway 4'ompinle.
The People's Hallway have for sale 32
suail one-horse curs. Been in use about
two years and are now in good running
condition. All have Slawson fare boxes.
Will be sold cheap. For information ad
dres W. B. Rvorn,
7-1 w. Scc'y People's R. V., St. Louis.
Klee 4k Keanler.
Ice dealers, eorner Twelfth street and
Washington avenue, are prepared to de
liver Dubu'iue lake ice in any part of the
city daily. The wagon will run regu
larly every morning, delivering ice to
customers. A share of the patronage of
the public is solicited. Ice depot oppo
se the Bllilti.n office. 5-30-lin.
A little orphan boy about teu years old,
ivlng with Mr. Jones, the Commercial
avenue boot and shoemaker, while play-
ng in the street near the corner of
Eighth street yesterday morning, was
r;:n over by a lumber wagon. One of his
feet was severely injured, but no other
wounds were inflicted upon hint.
The bankrupt sale at the Mueical Baiar.
Wood ! Wood !
For sale nt $1 50 tier load. Stove wood.
sawed anu spue, $4 per cord, r our loot
wool, t'i 50 per cord, delivered in any
imrt of the city. Big lot of stove wood
an hand. Leave orders nt No. 34 Eighth
street, and they will receive prompt at
tention. 5-1.1-1 in. F. W. Ward.
tienrklon lo Mound City.
juvenile base ball club of this city,
the members of which cannot leave their
business callings ou week days, have
chartered a sail boat nnd will go to
Mound City on Sunday to go into a con
test with a club of that villiage. Those
who wish to take a sail w ith them on
that day, can do so for the small sum of
twenty live cents.
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of The BriXKTix, unless tVe
same is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany, nnd we will aci-ept no orders given
by an employe of the company, for any
Cairo hi llkti.n company.
November 19. 175. tf
Xflaa Cooper's noneftt.
The benefit to be tendered Miss Cooper
by her Irieuds in this city, at the Athe
neum to-morrow night, promises to be a
grand success. The services of a number
of the best amateurs In the city have been
procured for the occasion, and In con
junction with the professionals who have
remained here tor the purpose of t iking
part in the performance, they will give a
very creditable eutertaiument.
Louis Williams was up befuro Jui;e
uiru tor usinirauusivo language, as w as
also a lady named Mrs. Brown. They
were each lined in accordance with the
provisions of the ordinance.
Bill Clark, a colored man well known
to the police ollVers, was at rested by
oflleers O'Maley and Sargent for dis
charging tiro arms, and also carrying
concealed weapons, lie was' taken be
fore Judge Brues for trial, and tiued
twenty-live dollars and costs. His honor
gave him a stay of execution provided he
would IcavK town within twelve hour.
A So. 1 Laundry,
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commercial uvc'.
uucs, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments hi the :ity, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
aud boardii.g-house washing 75 ccnU
per doien. For piece work prices uro as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 15c; per
dozen, 80c; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c;
two haudkerchiefs, 5o ; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear,. 80c. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresses willi extra trliiulng, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies' undcrware, flue
and coarse, f I 00 per dozen. 1-23-tl.
Boobs add sjlailoaery
Going like hot cakes at the old stand ot
Be mre and go lo Mrs. Saunders'
concert this evening.
The proceedings of the city council
will be Cutind in this morning's Bu.i.v
The new levee from tho ''graveyard
ridge' to tho rross levee Is now used as a
Wc learn that the Delta Fire Com
pany will celebrate the Fourth of July
by a graud picnic and ball.
The colored O ld Fellows and Ma
sons will hold their picnic in the 'Cen
tennial grove" on the Fourth of July.
The city comptroller's report lor the
last fiscal year appears with the council
proceedings published (his tnorniuir.
It is said that the amount of work to
be done in the circuit court will keep that
institution in session until the first of
The splendid breeze of the past few
days has made the hearts of sail boat
owners glad. Parties are out on the
Ohio every day.
A team of horses belonging to the
city brewery ran nway on the levee
Wednesday, nnd created a regular stam
pede in that vicinity.
Gardeners in tho vicinity of this city
are now shipping large quantities of new
cabbage t Chicago and the Northern
Stray" porkers occasionally make
their appearance on the streets".' The own
ers should remember that the council
has decided that the hog law must be en
forced. Mrs. Saunders' concert comes off at
the Atheneum this evening, it will lie a
first-class entertainment, and everybody
should go. Tickets can be procured at
Charley Saup, formerly a Bt li.ktix
boy, has bought the Bullard -Veu-j, and
proposes to run the institution in good
style. We hope ho will succeed in his
A couple of colored women indulged
iu a rumpus hi the vicinity ol the corner
of Tenth street and Washington avenue,
about 10 o'clock Wednesday night. They
made it .arm for each other, but neither
We are told that a party of ladies ol
this city, numbering a half dozen, are
making their preparations to visit the
Centennial. They will leave home iu
time to bu in Philadelphia on the Fourth
It is thought that more than a thou
sand Odd Jrcllows and Masons will vlit
Cairo ou the Fourth of July, The col
ored people arc making every effort to
make the celebration of that day a grand
success, and they will no doubt do it.
Imanglaarjr Leather ni
siere in iniro
That there is such a store as the above
in this city, the boot nnd shoe
makers and others who buy leather,
probably may not know, but such is the
fact and can be found by C. K. 1 went
to C. K., a short time ao, to buy twenty
cents worth of boot powder and he tC.
K.) had only Imaginary powder. I did
not like that kind, and purchased some
elsewhere. Another boot maker want
ed a pair of Mercer calf boot fronts, of
.-hi.di f.!f omjlit fnriil-h nulv Imnoriti-
ary ones, not iikinj; uini fcinu, uui nam
ing the real ones, which he put chased
from me. C. K. now sends to me and
others, notice that we must stop selling
leather and findings to anyone without
license, under penalty of the law. Now
if there Is any person in Cairo who
likes to make the experiment of buying
imaginary leather or findings lor real
money, or if Lnagiuary material proves
satisfactory, I will buy some of C. K. for
my customers. Wm. Kulkhs.
Cairo III., June 8th, 1S70.
A Lofty Tnsnbler.
Ou Wednesday evening a man who
had indulged freely in the flowing bowl,
went weaving his way up the Ohio levee.
When nenr J. B. Reed's Iron store, he
became suddenly tired nnd sat down on
the railing to rest. He had been there
but a tew moments when a lady passed
by, and seeing the condition tho man
was in, stepped up and warned him that
he had better be careful ; that If he fell
from his perch, he would certainly break
his neck. "Fall off," said tho man
"why, Lord bless you, madam, I'm as
sober as you are. Just look at me," aud
he attempted to prove his sobriety by
flourishing his hands in the air, etc. But
the effort was too great for him, and los,
lug his balance, he went over backwards,
and mixed himself up in a pile of old
boards, hoops, sheet iron, etc., on the
ground below. Tho distance he went
down was . about fifteen fecLHo was
picked up and taken to police headquar
ters, and though cou-iderably banged up.
was doing very well at last accounts.
Tbe Colored People to Celebrate I he
The Fourth of July is not to pass by
without a celebration in Cairo. We are
reliably informed that the colored Odd
Fellows and Masons are arranging for
one ot the biggest and grandest celebra
tions that has ever been held in Illinois
Already they have extended invitations
to every lodge lu the State, of both 51a
sous aud Odd-Fellows, aud as no other
demonstration, tube conducted under the
auspices of either ot these orders has
been spoken of by any oilier city, it Is
expected that not less than a thousand
members of the two orders will visit
Cairo ou that day. The managers of the
celebration hare already completed many
of the preliminaries. They have secured
the beautiful grove just .opposite the
Cairo and Viuecniie Railroad company's
round hou), where the speaking, pic-nio
and ball will take place. A train of ears
will leave tho city every hour, to convey
thoae who wish to visit tho grounds to
aud fro. Several bands ot music from
abroad have been invited to bo present,
and bavtf slgultjed their iuteution to
come. The Masons and Odd-Fellows
of this city are deeply interested iu the
affair, aud promise all who come to Cairo
on that day a big time.
- 4 Seems
- Fifty ecats, at Winter's Gallery,
A Man Altaosl Beaten lo Death
i- Thrnach a Mistake.
On Wednesday evening a man named
Parsons, in company w ith a party named
Archibald Gray, came to this city ou the
steamer James Fislft They were on
their way to St. Louis, and upon the ar
rival of the Fl.sk here boarded the
steamer City of Vlcksbtirg for that port.
The latter boat lay here for several hours,
and Cray becoming tired, lay down on a
pilo of sncks and went to sleep. ! Dtrrlng
the time he was sleeping his chum, Par
sons, laid down beside him also went to
sleep. About 2 o'clock yesterday morn
ing, while the City of Vickshurg was still
lying at the wharr, Gray awoke aud dis
covered that his pockets had been cut
and all his money, nine dollars, stolen.
His suspicions at once rested on Parsons,
w ho was still asleep, and seizing a heavy
billet of wood ho began to leat him
about the head and houlders in a most
unmerciful mauner. After he had dealt
the unfortunate man several blows Gray
detected the fact that his victim's pockets
had also been cut and robbed.
Gray went to the otlicer of the boat
and told them what had transpired, and
in company with them, he went to the
police headquarters and gave himself up
to officers O'Malley and Sargent, w ho
locked liitn up in the county jail.
Parsons, who Gray now believes had
nothing to do whhthe robbery, was
taken to the hospital. "He' l. fearfullly
bruised about the head aud face, aud
Dr. Woods, who Is administering medi
cal aid to him, gives it as his opinion
that he cannot live. The physician says
that if his wounds, do not prove fatal,
his Injuries will throw him into the
brain fever, which will surely result iu
Gray is n young man of about thirty
year, a Scotchman by birth, and by
It ade a cabinet maker. He says he has a
brother living in Bone comity, Ken
tucky, to whom ho has written, asking
his aisistanco in get to him out of his
The KaniuinHtlou or C'ruiir.
Efforts arc being made to release James
Craig, chargeJ with the mtmlr of
Thomas Morrow, at Thebes, some three
weeks ago, on a writ of h -i .as i ..rpus.
The examination of Cm';' v. is beguu yes
terday, and will probably be concluded
Caiko, 111., Thursday E veiling,
Juno th. 1S70.
There has ben nothing out of the usual
line transpired in business circles since
Mouday. Everything is'imiet. The
weather has continued dry, but very
Since our last issue the flour market
has not shown any change. The stocks
are very good, with very little demand.
Hay is very dull, and the great overstock
(hut has been ou hand for so long, goes
off very slowly. Small thipmcuU con
tinue to arrive. There is a liht supply
on the market, with a demand suited to
the supply. There is a fair demand Ar
oats, aud the market Is firm. Atceipta
have been light, aud tho -"ii'- ".iv
muuci air. vuiiiiir uievt " re
mand and firm. The supply is light.
City meal is in good supply and quiet,
but Arm. Bran is plenty and dull.
Good butter is in demand, other grades
are dull. Eggs arc In fair demand. The
supply is light. Boxes and tubs are sell
ing nt nine cents; cases at ten cents.
Poultry is quiet, chickens have declined
from 25 to 50 cents per dozen- Straw
berries have been so plentiful that the
people have got tired of them. On Mon
day nnd Tuesday several sales of choice
berries were made at $.1 per crate.
Siuce that time, however, receipts from
Ccntraliaand other points have been
very heavy, and the market has been
brokeu down. They are now dull, and
selling us low as $1 25 per crate.
fay Our friends should bear in mind
that the prices here giyeu are usually lor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filling orders nnd for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
There Is very little activity lu the flour
market. Shipping orders come In very
slowly and the local trade Is only mode
rate. Stocks nro good. We note the
sale of COO barrels various grades city,
$4 OOta, 50 ; 300 barrels various trrades,
ou orders, $4 00(S7 23; 100 barrels
various grades, $4 25fui(5 75; 200 barrels
various grades, $3 "JofeO 50; 300 barrels
various grades, $3 OOfeO 50 ; 2o0 barrels
various grades, $4 Ol(S 50.
The large quantity of hay that has
been stored away iu the warehouses here
is being worhed off gradually, but there
is still phuty to supply all demands.
Wo note the sale of tio bales inixtd, US.
This market Is quiet. There is a light
supply, but it is sufficient to satisfy the
demand. Pi ici are about as !t.st quoted.
The sales noted are 250 sacks white, 52c;
1 car white, in bulk, H5c; 1 car white, iu
Ucceipt of oats continue light. There
U a light supply on the mari.' t. 1 lie dc
wand la fair. Wc note th . tale of 150
sacks, mixed, 30c; 1 car choice, iu sacks,
30c; 1 car mixed, In b Jk, 3lc; 1 car
choice Northern, in bulk, 31c; I car
mixed, iu sacks, 35c,
Country meal U in fair demand and
tirm at quotations. The supply is mode
rate. City meal is la lair supply and
firm. We noe the stile ! I cm couutt j ,
4 35. Nouh ol cily mini wire re
ported. Bit AN.
The bran inirket i very dull. There
l plenty iu the market. We note the
sale of 600 sacks, $11.
The butter market U quiet Choice
butter is lu fair demand. We note tho
ale ot 1 paM, 12o ; 9 packages, 11 Jtlle ;
10 palls fresh Southern Illinois, 15c; 8
palls 15c ; 4 pails, 15c.
Tbe supply ol eggs is lijrlit. with a fair
demand. We note the following sales :
300 do.. 010c 1 200 doz. boxes. 0c : 100
Poultry is quiet. The prices on chick
ens have declined. We note the rale of
4 coops hens, $ 3 75.
The demand for strawberries has lahen
off considerably, owing to heavy receipts
from Centralia, which has had a ten
dency to break down tho market. We
note the sale of 40 crates, $1 25(3,3 00.
There is an abundance of vegetables In
the market. The demand Is light. Wc
note the sale of 10 bbls new potatoes,
14 oO; 10 bbls new onions, f4 2.V-5I 50.
Wc no.e the sale of 5 boxes, $6 50.
HIDES AND FLUS.
Fut.v-Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
$1 50; No. 3 l; No. 4 50c. Otter-No.
l$G;No. 2 $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.
Mink No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c; No. 3 50e;
No. 4 10c. Raccoon No. 1 70e; No. 2
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Skunk No.
1 85c No. 2 00c; No. 3 .'Wc; No. 4 15e.
Fox Gray No. 1 1 ; No. 2 73c ; No. 3
50c ; red fox No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75o.
Oposfuni No. 1 10c ; No. 2 81: ; No. 3,
5c. Muskrat No. 12tic; No. 2 15c; No.
3 10c. Bear No. 1 $10; No. 2 $7 No. 3
13; No. 4 $1. Wolf-Mountain No. 1
ti 50; No. 2 ft 73 ; No 3 1 ; No. 4 75t ;.
Prairie Wolf-No. 1 $1 23 ; No. 2 50c
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut 10c. Badger,
Sur.Ki' Pki-is Grct 11 75c $1 25 ; dry
40() 00c ; shearings 10 20c.
We quote salt in car load lots. SI 00:
less than car load lots, $1 75.
We quote Paradise and Ml. Carbon ou
track, lump, $3; nut, $2; delivered car
load per ton, lump, $3 50; nut. $2 75
delivered per single ton, lump, $4 ; nut
J 2.; Ratim or lhirrisbmc coal on
trai-k per load, lump, $27 ; uut, $10 ; de
livered per ton, S3 50 ; Pittsburir coal
car loads on track, $5 60 per ton : single
not, delivered, 0.
tVuina; lo Kansas or Uolorado.
Take tlw Atchison, Topek:i and Santa
Fe railroad, Uw new and popular line
from Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Caunon City,
Cucltarus, Del Norte, Santa Fo and all
points in Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip 00 day tick
ets to Denver on tale May 15ih. at $50,
taking in the famous watering places on
the D. R. G. road. Low einigraul
rates to the Sau Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars bet"0
the Missouri river and tho Roekoun'
tains without change. Close nncctions
mado t Kansas City nn Atchison in
union depots. For nnVi time tables
aU the "San Juan goIc." adddress.
a. J. ANIitlisoN,
Gen. Past'Agt. Topeka, Kan.
W ah LrA),K)ITi RjrKs Rironr,
STATIO. LOW WA., tllAXfia.
T. 1M, . I m.
Cairo -.' 7 o
t'ittsburs; i 11 .'
Cincinnnti lu 7 fl
Louisville 11 3 j
Nashville Is 11 s
St. Louis tl 11 X s
Kvausville 12 5 1 1
Memphis Is 10
Vickaburx ii 7 4
New Orleans .1 & X 1
Below liis-li wnterof 174.
Sergeant, Signal Sorrier, I'. S. A.
Steamer Jim FIsk, Padueah.
City of Vickshurg, Vickshurg.
" Andy Batim, Memphis.
" City of Helena, St. Louis.
" Thomas Sherlock, X. O.
Mary Ann, New Orleans.
" John L. Rhodes, St. Louis.
" James Gilmore. St. Louis.
" Bermuda, Nashville.
" Future City, barges, St. Louis,
Steamer Jim Fisk, Padueah.
' Andy Batim, Cincinnati.
" City of Vickshurg, St. Louis.
City of Helena, Vickshurg.
" Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati,
" Mary Ann, Cincinnati.
Johu L. Rhode. Pittsburg.
" Bermuda, Nashville.
The Thomas Sberloek passed up ye'
Unlay with a good trip of freight and
The City of Vickshurg had a fair
trip tip on Wednesday night. She made
additions of 50 tons lor St. Louis, includ
ing 30 tons iron.
The Cily of Helena added 50 tons tor
Vickshurg. She had a very good trip.
The Andy Butim hail a good trip
from Memphis for Cincinnati.
The Bermuda brought from Nash
ville 11 hhds tobacco, 25 tons iron, lt3
sacks com, and a lot of miscellaneous
The Future City makes large addl
tious here. She gets 3,000 kegs nails and
a lot of other freight.
The Mary Ann passed up the Ohio
from New oilcan with an empty barge.
The Johu 1. Rhodes passed up the
Ohio from St. Louis with a good H ip.
The James Ftk came from PadmaU
with a good trip.
'The Grand Republic will be htrv
sure this attrruoou.
aeran Irou Wawlesl.
anted, 500 tons of scrap iron iu
tons lots lor cash.
VriA'AN Mist lAciihi.No Co.
47 McIa'hus' Block, ' at. Louis, Mo.
Tho cheapest and latest style Diy
goods, in the city also the cheaM-st lot o
Embroidered Parasols, s.nd not Ions can
always lie found at
Hi and 144 Commercial sve nue.
For a elea i shave, a fashionable hairs
cut, or a thorough shampoo, gn to f.
George Steinhouse on Eighth turret,
Alexander County Bank building. 1 lilt
shop is always heat; his towels always
clean his assistants always polite, tad
his tables covered with the latest dally
papers, for the benefit of his customers.
none, Tn, toa;, ax, 0og-, taai
mo;, . 1
1 1,170. J
Citt Mahsiiai.V Ovhck,
A HAH KXllINK Hot!
Caimo, 111., Jtme
All owners of doss -ml aim - wnii,
the corporate limits of the city or Cairo
are hereby notified that the city tax tipon
the same must be paid on or before the
15th day of June, 1870, after which all
dogs or sluts found within the rttv limit
on w hich the tax hns not been paid will
oc killed. 1 will lie round in ntv offlro
from now until tho 15th to receive said
tax, from 9 o'clock a.m., to 12 o'clock m.
of each day. Jon.x H. Gosmax,
Anawrralo Corr-apoaoVnU. J
In answer to "Alphabetical," In your
last Issue, for a remedy tor consumption
in its first singes, 1 enn recommend Dr.
Pierce's "Golden Medical Discovery," if
taken according to directions, for it has
been thoroughly tried in my family, ami
the results were glorious. "Alphabetical''
must not exect 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, nnd now she is
well and hearty. It "Alphabetical'' will
write to me I will get witnesses to the
above. Hkxhy II. M. Pattox.
Lawrence. Marion county, Ind. Cincin
nnti Tnne, Feb. 4, 1S75. ' "
lly Mrtucofsn exiwiiitina ti me lt cteil kr
the Clrli ot the i.ircuit Court of Alrianrlrr
Unuuly, in the state of Illinois, in liivorol tha
ivoli! i.t the Mue of lllfnoii, ami airjfnst
lleury Wat-n Webb ami Anilrew ,1. CarlM
have Irvieil ifn the 1'ollowinK 'lc-.criM iron
erty, in tuis County oi Alexander an ftat of
Illinois, to wit: a lurtiun uf lot oomberil
iwnty-.ix in block numbered tweuly-i(
t'iiil iutheritv of i:ro. ,ml l-f.-iiul -. fol
lows, to wit; commencing; at a psiat on the
easier! line of Washington Avense nine and
oue-liulf ( iV..) feet from tliecorntrrM lots twrnt.
ve aii'i tweiiiyii iu the Ulws ifbresaiil. n in-
ninsr tlK Urt soUiherlv nl,ttir Ui; line uf Wh.
PKt'm Avenue, thice (:ft lit, thenee easterly -
MimtVI tl'tlh fhfltn .li.'iiltn IhA l,t Hfnrm-miA
one hundred and to the westerly Hue of lot
wi-uiy-niua ( u) lu saiU block thvnc aortlicrlv
ilong the westerly tin of saiJ let twenty nine
three feet, thence vr esterly parallel with flic
iuelivMiiigail lots i'mnJ ., uns hundred feet
xi the place of beginning, as the property of the
lai'l llenrv Wntaon Webb, which t (lulloOVr at
uiiiiu salt ii me suum-msi door oliln Court
House iu the t. It of Cairn, Id Hie County ef
Alexander unit State of Illinois, on the Wd day
( June, A. 1. I-7t, at tli huur nt elcrca
j'dock A M.. fir cb. ilfy suiti race-
L,r:.. ft. IKVI.V
Hierilt Alcxau-ler County, Jllinnh.
Cairo, U- ',,u" ,s, 1 S 3-Ut4
unturned in the United
Mates, Canailak, aud Eu
rope terms as low as
those of any other relia
ble bouse. tJorresuoa -deuce
invted in the lug-
lull and foreign anftuages, witn netitor. At
torneys ut cw, and other Soliciitors, oiciU
w in ui,, vim nuvc una iueircaes rejected la
the hands mother attorneys. In reiufilal eatea
our tees art reasonable, aud no tAarge is made
iioltab we mv successful.
Ii If you want a pal-
examination at the potent oRlce, aud It we think
it patentable, will send you p)ers and advice,
and prosecute your case. Our lee will b iu or
dinury rases, t.
Ill rnl or written in Huitlrfi
Inn. I C!
Cseiid aiawn for our Guide lor oblaia
iujrl 'stents," a book of 6D pa.
Add sa :-lAnla Baiaaar av c Soliet
tors .f Patents, W sUlntou, I). C. '
The laleet, areatleHt, ani mnet reliable
reuiMiy ever put loiceiner oy niicai icieaor,
for Klienn'atiain, Wounds, Swellings, Uuma,
Caked Kreast, Ac., Is the OuUrir Liniment.
There are two kinds W hat the W bite l.intiueat
la for the human family, th Yellow Ceataur
Linlmeut is for spavined, lame asd strained
horses and auiiuale. msy3' w I&
Clilldren C'rjr for fJnatorl. It la at
Iileasant to take as honey, and la absolutely
larmless. It is sine to expel worms, cure wind
colic, regulate the bowels and slomscb, and
e?erc ores irritability caused br rash or cutting
teeth. It is a perfect substitute fur Castor Oil,
and for Coativeoesa iu young or old there la
Di'lhtug in existence so effective and reliable.
net I rasihllsi
Cluirtercd hy Ute
Ktate of lllluois
for th espresa
purK)rt ot SITina
immediate rel f
iu.. . . .. piivaie, rnrunir, suit uilnnrym
seates in all their complicated firms. It is well
knowu tuul Ir. .I.tmi- has sloo.1 at tbe head ef
the pit'l'tsstiiu lor the pust years. .Vte awl
eMieri.'iitniu!l-iiii)Hrtnnl. Ieiil wesils
ittaa, l ight kuses by dreams pituplva oa the
fnv lost mauhooU can iKwilitely be cuivt
I s'liis wantiuf tbe most deliiate atteutiou. call
or write. I'leusant home for patients. A book
for the million. Wsi ruige (iuide, wliU-h telle
you all aluit these diseases who should marry
--w hy tut lu cent to pay pnstaae. lr J.tmee
has.Kl i-iMiin and parlor. Von see no one nut
tlie d.M'tnr OiScc buiira, 9 a.m. lo 7 p m. ua
davs, lu tu li. All busines tlrirtly confidea
1. . ... i . . i ... ... . . I
XT A. XX D.tll T1T.
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREK1
Between Waahiactam a4 Ooaauierela
X XI. 23
n. am airi. im. tmi. n.
Iedia eotabliahmewf f Ike V est.' DI.KStt
1"VIN1, ALTt-KlMi aa4 alt kl--i
MMliuv' Varkilai4mplr. llaJtef-. - '
tun.ir t hargrs mM va k'.Hlst a. I
kii c-4.iniiuiiisiuNrr oi i awn is,
CitTi laud. Ohio t O. II. Kelley. Esq..
.atiiinal (.range Louisville, Ky :
Ian'l Amruen. V. S. N. . Washlnvi