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JOHN Q. HAIUXAIf & CO.
al F.etatMntl NoaaslUMtlnar At
4llelor.4 eeveraa-r. ftatrlea
Pnkllr, mm4 l.ajsxi A rent a r the III-
nU entewl iinil Bnrliaclou auU
Business lloun lately omii(l by
Wood ItilUuuotiw & Co., on fveebr
low 14th trwt. He it very n-awmablej
Dwflllny: house, 7 room ; 10 loti
rnrioiuvt, In good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut Btnt. V.ntl low to
a good tetiiint.
TwotciictnPiitn on Vrttt eide of Com.
fcicrrtal avenue near Filth street, suilaMi;
lor oliop and dwelling, Ileiitforenrli, f S
Dwdllnp liouw, fi rooms, on Killli
street near Walnut, in tfood repair. Kent
$12.50 wr month.
Cottage, 3 room and kitchen,
Twenty-first street, near Sycamore
north side. Kent $.", -r month.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and i'opular. Ib-nt low.
Basement of Lrl k building, west Hide
of Washington avenue near KlgliUenth
street, five room in good condition!
Building on eastslile of Comtnereia
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable n.r
enrpenter shop. Cheap rent.
BuUdmg on west b11! of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenement, offices and room in vari
ous lacationa. lientx low.
IxiU and lamia for anle or lease.
John (J. Hakmax A Co.,
e.il Ktttat Agent, corner Nth nml
I.evee street. 3-I.Vlf
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Aleiander county land, Cuiro lots,
ii exchange for St. Ixui iroerty.
The south hull of the "Pilot" Imiii? at
Cwttagti on Sixth street near Wadi
Cottage on F.lghth street near Wul
Dwelliag, corner Tw nly-lourth and
Firt flfxir of biii k dwelling corner
Nineteenth and Poplar street.
Cottage on Fourth Stn-ef, U-tween
.'oinmcrcial and Washington avenuo.
Cottage on Ninth Street, wet of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth strict, rtest
of Washington avenue, 111
Saloon and fixtures, southwest corn
er Eighteenth street and Commercial
ivenue, at a barg-iln.
Cottage on Tweltlh street, wet ol
.'oinmertlul aventi", lo.
Dwelling hoiiAe on l'rus. street, wea
tl Washington avenue.
Business house on Ix-vceMrvct, above
tight h, $21).
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
Ireet, near Commercial av'inie.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
iet lo Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Cottsjre. of 4 roia on Twenty-third
trett. i6. (iood yard and cistern.
Good dwelling hou. on Walnut, be
tween Twenty- contl arid Twenty-th'rd
Store-room corner Twentieth am!
Poplar streets, f 12 50.
Store room ailjoiuing alsove,
House on Commercial avenue, near
llrth street. Suitable for buitics and
Tenements numltered 8 and '),
Winter's How. 6 rooms each for IflO
nt mouth. Will lie put in lird-clas
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied Vy A. Halley.
Dwelling horn on Sixth street and
Jcllerson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and piemi
ju s. Kent low, to a good teiunt.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a iuontli.
1'ooiu In varlou parts ot the city.
FOll LEASE Oil SALE.
l.amU, In tract to suit, near Cairo.
S. Pan-Ira announces special bargaii:
in Men's and Hoy I 'lolhing.good fill wool
CaiMhnere suit only $'. (. A good boys
suit onlv ii 00 and upward. All much
less than heretofore for cijual qualities.
The Doui Pedro's a.saiiiation did
not tako place, but hundreds of wives
ml ihniifliter all over the cilv are hutnv
to think that they can, buy the bCt all-
coes at C cents per yard at
112 and 114 Commercial avenue.
Solimon Parcira has received an addi
tional stock of Dry tJood. 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 oiler at prices never
heard ol belore. Men's boots at $2 01)
a pair, and all I lie re st in proportion.
142 and 144 Commercial ave.
ly f S'niro,
colored and varnished, for Kile at hall
price ($2.50) at the Bih.ktis office.
I.ai iks Vxi'Kuci.ui iiriu. Ladle'
ClieuiUe, Drawers, Skirts and Night-.
gowns in line Muslin, tucked and em
briodered at reduced rates, at
112audl4t Commercial avenue.
Just received at the New Vork Store
Choice Northern Peach Blow Potato!
for Table and Seed, for sale low.
5 31-lOt '. O. Patim: & Co.
I reUior kaloou.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
' trt wU Wnshlugton avenue, is op n tu
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the nuest
brands of cigars.
3-26-tf A. Kbai s, Proprietor.
Tti ItbLLKTin firlntliij
rulstilinliiiitot malm a
lcilly of Bill llfwl,
.ni llrmta, Iltr Ilrads,
AUIriurnts, I'ikU, Klc IxHik at tti ir !:
flmill lire tilll Ii1, ir IM.h to
Milium nit? bill limiln, Mr IliousauJ S Tu
All (id fniiiltva poiiail pT, Carlisle mills.
rntnl two tM-ritt prr puund hlglier llian iar
aii tj any nttirr ci(Ur mini to onlrr at Hit
mi I In i4m;ially for tliii dtllie
HtulrnH-iitii, Carlynlr. jier h"' 1 OH
lpttT nrlynif , r I'SiO 4 h)
Nnl lltiwl, Carl) ale, fmr I'MJ .. S I'J
v mil mxranin ix-r ckiip Toe
Ilnnine ranlx, Kit. 13- j lliiMol IwhipI.
IKT 1kw i & 4 wi
Itumnwa canU, Ni I lilnnk, ir l'"i S W
Oiiurttr-KlK-t. Imlfchw't. fufl-h-t an1 llirre-
lin-l Ktcr( and voloml wvrk brluW M Ixuii
I'aninlilrt. linuk Work un I I'rlrc I.it lua.le
We are nutliorizel to atinouti'.c .tIIV II.
ItolilNriON a ranilids lor Mi'-rifl of Alex-
aii'trrcoimtr. at the coming (-omit? elvclion.
We are author n-l tonnnoiinre thai It. A. Kl-
iiiuimU'iii ia an inW-inU-nt Iti'inililican nmli-
tali- lor HirrilT, at the riiaiiintc countT t-l" lion.
We are anthori7.ei loannonm e I'KI'KIt H AU.
for ail Inlei4friil-ht caii'liilate for MiertlT of Al-
eiainlr ixiiiiil) , at the ensuing county elei-tion.
ACAI.ON 1.0UiE, HO. IV.
Knii-'liisol I'yinuui, rueeti every rn
I A 1av riiichl at hair-liaat seven, in xhl
fellow.' 1UI1. Howa,
A J.KXAM'KR IUNr, NO. ?U.
. i .ki..a . . r iLl.l.L-i.
HrV J Iowa, ineeta every Thurwiay nij;ht
' rr.M - . I. -' r . ..I tr..n in I li.i r Kail ,.n
;oiiiiii n il aeuue, iielwerii hixth mat fievruih
Vli Cm i I.am a. .N i
"1IH' F.NTAVJI'MK.NT, I . O. F., n.eem
. .n OiH-f'elltiwa' lUII no the Out and tliirj
n-U. inmriy moi.Ui, at hlf-ia.t evea
II tioaaai .J'
CAti:JML.K. NO.U7.A T. A. M.
if Hol.l ifilur cmmuniiioBa lu M
Tvi amii; Hull, ivirnrr Coinmerrml avenue
' an-l Kifhlh Hrn-I, oa the c)iid and
ourtb Mondar o i h nioolb.
IlTCN r AnTKBTIKI!fM.
IJ-A11 bills for alvertiaiiig-, are due una piy-
able l ttivtsi t
Trauaieut a lvtrtming Will lie inaerte,! at the
rate of II " iri)uar for the Drat, inserttoa
anl Vi cent for each ubeuent one A I literal
difWmnt will te made oa ataudiag and displ
Tor inaertin; Funeral notice l ) Notice of
rurelitiK of aoeietiea or secret onler ' oeiita for
CburrJi, H:iry, Featival and Hupper notice
will only 1 inserted a a'lverti.enienM
No alvrrtiaeuietit will tie received at K. than
6n cent., and no a'lvertiwinent will tie iDMrrtcl
for lea. than three dollar, tier month
Local Baainoaa Noticaa. of
ten tinea or more. Inserted
la the Bulletin aa follows :
Commence Counting at ten Liaea.
One Insertion per line 3 Cents
Two insertions per line 7 Cents
Three Insertions per line 10 Cents
81s Insertion per Una 15 Cents
Two weeks per line............ 25 Cents
One month per line - ......38 Cents
No Reduction will be made In above
SATLIIIIAV. JI NK 10, 170.
luteal Weather Report,
Caiho. III., Junes, Ie?7H
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.1AM I S WA I'SUN,
. r.'Kii.U Signal Service, I'. . A.
Thirty thousand f itt n-ecived at the
Bfi i.ku ullice.
Ir. Smith hiis removed hi ollli-e to
room S and 0, Winti-r'a block. Kutrunee
on Scventli srect.
I ,i libre, plate llui.-h, letter and note
papi-r at the Bri.i.r.nx ofth-c. Blue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
On and idler thia dale '. W. Wheeler
Si Co. will odcr cord wood at $3 50 pr
cord; same sawed .and split, $5 00 jin
gle load $1 73 per load. Strictly cash.
Ftir the place to liuy lutuber cheaply,
go to .1. S. MeCahcy, corner of Twen
tieth street and Washington avenue, w lure
he is locating his new lumber yard', and
dining the month will be prepared to fur
nUh all kinds of building material.
; 5 11-1 in
The undersigned i prepared to pump
nit and repair cisterns or build new one.
an short notice and at satisfactory prices.
I. S. Hawkins,
Md and Cedar fctreet. PoMollice liojc
lliberiiinua to I lie Iruul.
The proposition to have a general cde
bratiou in tltis city on the Fourth og
duly having fallen to the ground, the
Hibernian Fire company comes to the
trout and will give a grand parade
and pic-nic at Scheel'a Washington Gar
Sek Koch. C. Kocli, at Ins shop ami
store room, Xo. 90 Commercial avenue,
has for ale a stock ol boota and shoes of
his own make ; alo a lull stock of leather
and findings lor sale ; and a
large stock of St. I.ou cu.
torn made boots and shoes. He
kecp -.the bet.i mateiial and n up in all
the latest st)le. Ilia tils are perfect, and
satisfaction Is guarantied. Gire him a
KedueeU Hales tin. Illinois rulrnl
llailroad Iron siru.
To Xe York -$23 50
Boston via. Albany 2d 00
" Philadelphia - 51 SO
Washington '20 05
Baltimrre 20 fli
Pittsburg IS 60
Cleveland... Hi 50
" Buffalo I'J W)
" SusM-iisioii Bridge. . l'J So
Toledo - 13 50
J as. Joiinon,
fien. Southern Agent.
Slot plcnne copy. C-l-t .
The bankrupt aalo at the Musical Bazar.
1'nlly, Hml Tliebee.
The killing ol the man Morrow, oc
curred nt I'nity, and not at Thebes, at
tatel in the Bi i.i.ktis yesterday morn
ing. The nrerl l.nat Xlabt
The concert given under the supervi
sion ol Mrs. Saunder, nt the Atheueum
last night, w a decided aucces. There
waa a go'l audience, and thecforinanco
was. highly appreciated by all.
Charter Oak Stove arc simple in con
struction ; compact in Miapc ; inado of
best material ; easily ojierated ; eco
nomical lu fuel, aud low priced, ani the
very jei leetioii ot cooking machines.
the lleniOt To-MKlil.
Miss Ida Coojier'a complimentary lien
efit takes pla-:e at the Atheueum to-night.
The programme to be presented Is a very
exc lletit one, and should draw a good
audience.' Tickets are on sale at llart-
Farmers who are compelled to come
to the city to attend court, do not remain
in the city longer than they arc compelled
to. As a rule farmers are behindhand
with planting, the wet weather having
rendereJ it impracticable to plant earlier.
At Wllbiiro a.
The place to sell rags, rope, paper
stock, scrap iron, old me tal, beeswax
tallow, ginseng, hide. furs, etc., Is at the
old Maud of .foscpli Smith, one door
above thi? New York store.
0 S Ct B. F. WiMJi R.v.
Mr. F.d. Fallis, formerly of this city,
died of pneumonia hi Bloomington a lew
days ago. The remains were taken to
inciniiati for Interment. Thu deceased
was son-in-law ol Mr, and Mrs. I.
Wood ! n ouil I
For sale at 1 5t) per hmd. rtove wood,
lawed and split, $4 er cord. Four foot
wool, $3 50 jier cord, delivered in any
part ot the city. ISig lot of stove wood
on hand. Leave orders at No. 34 Eighth
treet, and they will receive prompt at
tention. 5-13-1 ni. F. W. Waki.
By request of the graduating class
llev. Ilobert Allyn, president of the
Southern Illinois Normal University,
will deliver a Baccalaureate scinion at
the University to-morrow mornin;,
(Sunday, June 11.) at 10:30 o'clock.
Xotlee te hlreet Raliwny C'einpnniea.
The People's Railway have lor sale 32
nail one-horse car. Been in use about
two years and are now in good running
condition. All have Slawsou fare boxes.
Will be sold cheap. For information ad
drcs W. B. Kvokr,
7-1 w. Sec'y People's 1J. iV St. Louis.
The l)oard ot county commissioners
is still In session. Commissioners Wil
son, Sammous and Saunders all being
present. The, May tuna is usually
the longest, a) it is at this I Tin that a
settlement U had with the various coun
Cairo mill Vliicennr llailroad Ke
tlureU tarca lo i:nern 4 1 1 tea.
The fares of this road, which is the
sliortest and quickest route from
t alro and the South wts.t to East
ern cities, will always lie as low as by
any other line. '. S. Sawvur,
ti-Kt Jen. Ticket Agent.
Ire! I col
It. J. CitndilV has (list received a car
load of Imbuquc ice, and will continue
to receive Ice throughout the entire sea
son to supply the jobbing and retail
trade. He respectfully solicits a share of
your patronage. Ice depot. No. 17,
Eighth street. 5-17-tf
lalec A Kcaalcr,
leo dealers, corner Twelfth bluet and
Washington avenue, arc prepared to de
liver Iiiibuijue lake ice in any part ot the
city daily. The wagon will run regu
larly every morning, delivering lee to
customers. A share of the patronage ol
the public is solicited. Ice depot oppo
site the Bi i.i ktin ofliee. 5-30-lm.
' ll far Hie CrntenuUI.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Barclay, and Mrs.
Jewt-lt Wilcox and daughter, kit the
city via the Illinois ( 'entral railroad yes
terday afternoon for a visit lo the Centen
nial. Mr. Wilcox accompanies the party
as far as Cincinnati. Mrs. Wilcox will
attend the opening of the Pennsylvania
Military Academy, where her son is nt
The condition of Sixth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street is
moat deplorable, and a petition signed
by J. M. Phillips, Isaac Waaler. M. F.
Gilbert and a number of other citizens
residing hi that vicinity, was read at the
last meeting of the city council, asking
that said street be tilled to ripe
water level. The petition was referred
to the proper committi e, and will be acted
upon very shortly.
John I. Craig, of Vienna, was In the
city on Friday.
lr. Brigliani is making i rrange-im-nts
lo leave shortly lor the C'cutcn
nial. , llo will bo in Philadelphia on tho
Fourth of July.
Mr. Wilcox is now a leading spirit
in the city council, aud promises ere
long to win the laurels long worn by
Alderman llallid iy. Alderman WllcuS
has purchased a copy of Cushlng'i M in
ual, w hich he carries in his pocket.
For a clea.i shave, a faahlonable hair
cut, or n thoiough aliampoo, go to J,
Georgo SteiiihousL' ou Eighth street,
Alexander bounty Bank building. II U
shop li ulwnysucat; hla towels idways
clean i his assistants always pollu1, and
Ids tables covered with the latest daily
papers, lor the tH'iielttof his customers,
jnllonel ItcpnbllrMii C'nnt entlott.
I LI I VOH Cr.XTHAl.
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Ofuck Gkn'i. HonncKX
Cairo, June Oih
To persons whiting to attend the Na
tional I'epublican Convention at Cincln
natl, June 1 flit, we will sell tickets atone
lare, $10 53, for round trip. Ticket good
to return until June 25th.
C 104IU GenT Southern Agent.
Mr. James Summerwell, the ehnmpion
liouso mover, informs us that it is not
true that he was an npplirnnt for Mr.
Brown's place as health olllcer. He as
serts that he never spoke to any one, nor
was never spoken to by any one on the
subject. He never sought the position,
and wouldn't have had it had It been ten
dered to him, and can't understand how
his name comes to be mentioned in con
nection with it.
In tills city, Thursday night at hall-past
10 o'clock. Pearlic, dmghler of Mrs. A.
II. McKee, widow of John W. MeKee, in
tho seventh year of her age. Funeral
services this morning at half-past
8 o'clock, at the residence, No. 40,
Tenth si reel, conducted by Bcv. Gillliam.
The procession will leave the house In
carriages at 9 o'clock for Beech Grove
cemetery. Friends of the family are in
vited to attend.
Bankrupt sale of books and stationery at
Kock well's C-8-3t
Boating; AaaorliWIon I'irnir.
The members of the Cairo Boating As
sociation are getting ready Tor a basket
picnic. The a (lair will take place about
the middle of next week. The place se
lected by the association to hold their
picnic is in Parker's grove, on the Nar
row Gauge railroad, about fifteen miles
from the city. A social train will' be
charted to carry all who wish to attend
to aud from the grounds. The fare for
the round trip will be very light. A
merry lime Is anticipated.
A .o. 1 J.niinilr) .
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundrees, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Commvrcial ave
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments In the ?ity, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses w ill
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices arc as lollows : Hotel
and hoarding-house washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices arc as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 15c; per
dozen, &0c; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c;
two handkerchiefs, 5c ; vests, 20c; ana
all gentlemen's wear, W)c. per dozen.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25c; ladies' nndcrware, fine
aud coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-23-ti.
In the case of Joseph B. Iteed, against
Thoma J. Edwards, a verdict was rend
ered in favor of the plaintiff for damages
in the sum ol $130 30.
Iu the case of F. E. Albright against
John Cannon, judgment was rendered in
favor of defendant.
In the case ol Thomas J. Shores
against Frank Thompson, judgment was
rendered lor the plaintiU' in the sum of
The case of J. B. Keed against heir
Brothers & Co. was dismissed for the
want ol evidence on the part of the pro
secution. The case of Jesse Mahafly against
the City of Cairo, occupied the time ot
the court in the afternoon, but was not
decided at the time of adjournment.
The examination of James Oaig,
charged with the murder of Thomas Mor
row, was concluded yesterday morning,
and the defendent ordered to be released
upon giving bail in the sum ot tittecu
hundred dollars. The accused is still in
tialitftT lo Kalians or Jloru(lu.
Take Ihe Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, the new and popular line
from Atchniou and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City,
Cucharus, l)el Norte, Santa Fe and all
points in Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip 00 day tick
ets to Denver on sale May 15th, at 50,
taking in the famous watering places on
the 1). & It. G. road. Low emigrant
rates to the S.m Juan mines.
Pullman palace sli t ping cars betw een
the Missouri river aud 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," adddrcss,
T. J. Amkicko,
Gen. Pas?. Agt. Topeka, Kali.
Will Eltler as a Liar ana Klaudrr.
From a notice published in the Bru.E
tin, 1 see that Wm. Elder says my
leather and finding store is imaginary-,
which I can prove is a lie aud a slander.
I! Is first lie is, that he came to my store
lor twenty cents worth of hoot powder,
which is not true. lie did, howtTer,
ask for one box of the powder, but I can
not sell it lor less than thirty cents, as it
cost me twenty-five cents in St. Louis.
1 could, however, have sold him twenty
cents worth. His next lie is, that t hero
was a man in my shop lor Mercier calf
boot fronts, and that I could not furnish
any lor Idui. Now, 1 always have Mer
cier boot fronts on hand fur sale and lor
my ow u use, i tin long lel'oie I went
Into the leather and liuding business.
Cairo cannot support a liist-class leather
store, and ow ing to a fall in prices aud
also to my having a large stock of mate
rial ou hand. 1 would liku to sell Wm.
Elder several hundred dollars worth ol
leather aud lindiugs at cost, as I fcur I
w ill lose money if 1 hold it any longer.
Stick litis In your pocket Wm. Elder.
The cheapest and latest style Dry
goods, in the city ulaO the chespoit lot o
Embroidered Parasol, and notions can
alwsvs Us louud at
142 and 141 Commercial avenue.
Mayer Winter anil Ihe Roaro? of
AH is not serene between Mayor
Wilder and the board of health. On
Wednesday evening, Mr. Brown, who!
was reinstated by the city council as
heallli oflleer on Tuesday night, after
filling the requirements ol law by filing
his bond and taking the oath, repaired to
the office of Mayor Winter to receive
Iroty that gentleman his orders. He was
somewhat surprised when Informed by
his honor that he had no instructions for
Mr. Brown at once sought several
members of the board of health, to whom
he explained the mayor's actions, and the
result was that Alderman Wilcox, the
member ot the board from the First
ward, aud Alderman Uittcnhouse .ad
dressed notices to the other memlers of
the board, requesting them to meet in tne
office of Alderman l!itlenhoue at 0
o'clock Thursday morning, as there was
business that required their immedi
One of the notices was addressed to
Mayor Winter as chairman ot the board
When the time atrived for the meet
ing to take place, three members ol the
board were present, but Mayor Winter
did not make his appearance.
The gentleman In attendance were
Aldermen Wilcox, Kittenhoue and Mc-
Alderman Wilcox, in the absence ot
Mayor Winter, was chosen chairman pro.
tern., and the board at once proceeded to
Alderman Wilcox set to work to draw
tip instruct ions)to lie carried out by Health
Oflleer Brown, which were to the effect
that he should make it his business to
begin at the extreme lower eu;l ol Ihe
city, and at once commence the cleansing
up aud disinfecting of premises.
It is the order of the beard that Brow n
shall visit every house. That wherever
his eagle eye or his acute naal organ de
tects anything obnoxious, or damaging
to the good health of the people, it shall
be his duty to abate the Mine forthwith.
Armed wUh this document, Brown
started out on his mission, and is doing
A few hours alter the meeting of the
board. Mayor Winter met Alderman
Wilcox on the stoet.
"I hear there was a meeting of the
Board of Health this morning," branched
out the mayor.
"There was, your honor," rcplie J Al
"I'm the chairman of that body,'' said
"Y'ou were notified there was to be a
meeting," ieplid Alderman Wilcox.
"D n vneifl knew anything of the
meeting," said the mayor.
"You certainly was notified," replied
Alderman Wilcox, "for I addresed the
notice to you myself."
"What was done?" inquired his honor,
"As you refused to give Health Olllcer
Brown Instructions to look after the
cleaning up of the city, we took the re
sponsibility of doing so," replied Alder
"Ho ain't my man." said Mayor Win
tor. "He belongs to you fellows," and
the conversation closed.
The following is a list of letters rc
mainiug unc tiled for in I lie po.-t ofliee at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Snlur
day, J une 10:
Ladies Curtas, Sadie; Connor, Kate;
Cannon, Anna; Davis, .Mrs. IS.; Dickies,
France;; Henderson, S. A.; Hunter,
Mary: Ilogan, Amanda; I Iopson, Leaner;
McDonald, c. P.; Prince, P; Partee,
Alace; Peck, F. V.; lJumsil, B.; Bollen,
Nancy; Stephen, Sophia; Stevens,
Julia; Smith, Euieline; Thompson. Mat
tics; Ware, Ellen.
Gents Bowerman, G. II.; Btrttell,
Win.; Caflrcy, Jas.; Cox, Jas. M.; Cole,
T. W.; Cotirney, Wm. 11.; Davis, J. F.;
Dun. ISev.H.; English, Nathan; Hannah,
Emmitt; Henderson, G. W.; Hogan, P.;
Ilavlin, P. J.; Johnson, Ed; Johnson,
Stewart; Kelliin.m, . Jas.; Keel
er; Charles Lower E.; Mc
Evers, 11. K. ; Manuel, I. ; Moore,
James T.; Neill, Thos. ; O'Connor, Hor
ace; Perry, Alex. ; Paddock, Ed. ; Mice,
C. I). ; Roberts, F. C. ; Roberts. J. C. ;
Saulord. J. ; Sanders, T. J. ; Vanhouter,
J. II. ; Wilbur, A. D. ; Woiratli, Edeo.
Persons desiring nny of Ihe above let
ters should please say " Advert! .cd."'
Geo. W. McKkaig, P. M.
lluoks anil Ntationery
Going like hot ciikes at the old stand ot
Ioit, Tax, Dugs. MX, DA&B, Tax
City Makshai.'s Omen,
Akab Exoim. HotsK
Caiuo, 111., June
All owuers of dugs and fcluts within
the corporate limits of tho city of Cairo
are hereby notified that the city tax upon
the same mut be paid on or before the
15th day of June, 170, after which all
dogs or sluts found within the city limits
ou which the tax has not tcu paid w i'l
be killed. I will be found in my office
from now until the 15th to receive said
tax, from tl o'clock a.m., to 12 o'clock ni.
of each day. John II. Gom.-ma.v,
Fllty cents, at W
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Jloofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern
Lightning Rods, Pomps, Stovca
and Tinware. w
Jobblac PreaaPtlr Dobs!
W AB I)BPARTllK!fT, TltV RPOT, I
ISelow hijfh Water of IS74
Serjeant, Sinr.l service, U. 8. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk. Iidurnh.
' Golden Hule, New Orlean.
" Ilermuda, Xashville.
" Joseph II. nilcy, Ohio.
" Alice Hrown, tow. Memphis.
T. T. Ilillman, Nashville.
Steamer Jim Fisk. Faducah.
' Golden Hule, Cincinnati.
" Bermuda. Na-hville.
" Joseph II. IVijrley, St lui.
' Alice Brown, tow. Fittsburjf.
" T. T. Ilillman. Nashville.
The Grand Kepublic did not leave
St. Louis until daylight yesterday morn
ing, and will be lure about clilit o'clock
this morning. There Is r.bcut fix hun
dred tons of freight awaiting- In r l ire.
The Golden Hule patd up with a
fair trip for Cincinrati.
The Ste. Genevieve, due hne last
night, will take 4.00ft cotton ties tor Hel
ena, Arkansas, and idimit 50 tons of other
freight tor points below.
The T. T. Ilillman brotiijht 227 bar
rels of flour for New Orleans, from Nash
ville, and a lot of iron for St. Louis.
Tho Cons Millar is due from Cincin
nati for Memnhis. She will gel 250 tons
ol cotton lies tor Memphis.
'Ihe Alice Brown passed up the
Ohio with a tow of empty coal barges for
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Buk Buildiaj, up-itairi.
?hs Oldest Eslabllahed Agency In Sout
era Illinois, representing ovir
B. F. PARKER,
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVall Paper, Window Glass, "Win
now Shades, iic.
Alvraya on han l, (lie celchratei lllumiiiatin
Corner Eleventh Street and TT ashing
BOX and BASKET CO
All kih'U hanl anil aolt.)
PLOORINQ, SIDING, LATH, &0
Mill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Strco. and
Ni SO I 'bio Lcvtc,
T a if
!!. riAI.t ltH .KS.
Sf R ATT ON "& BIRD," "
AQENT3 AMERICAN POft'DEU CO
57 Ohio Ievee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 18 OHIO LEVEE.
Ql'lrCIALattentiui (ires toeoaa'k-ii?uenU sad
T filling Irr
Ill -Of KTerr ii'rii,liou
At the IU'LLEUN- '. Caiho, III
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - I! 00,00
J' P. IIAM.tllAY, Hrealilent.
'"JA' "AU-IOAT, VktPmt.
A. II HAr's-OKU, Cantet,
WAf.TtK UYl,6l'. Aaa tCaahlef.
fl. STAATS TaVIiOR, n fi. CaTHAB,
II l HaI.LIDAT, W. I IlAtl.lDAT.
O. I). WlLLIAM0. I Sttms JiiSO,
A B. Sarroao,
Exchange. Coin MtA United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
T"KI.'0.tTS riTive. ami general banking
r nreaa, l're.eiit II Wella. Caahlrr.
I. Nett", Vice ITes't. T.J. Kerth, Aiat. ssh'r
IIIIMVail VWVHII VUMM)
Torner Commercial Ave and 8th Street,
I UK K( TORS.
Uro-a, Cairo. Wiu. Hlugc, Cairo,
' i-ff. t.iuro. Wm Wnli'e, Lairn.
, -lisunkit, l.airo. K l lliiliu(t"le ,Cl Lmtla.
. 1 uiler, airu. H. Wella, Cairo. t
'. 11. lirinkman, . luia.
etiAl Itnnkina; BnalncM none.
t1t xchatifre '4 aurl boajflit Interest paid
n the -!Tinif liepnrtment. t ollcciiona m4le,
m-l all b".ine iroiiitl7 attemled lo.
CHAKl tUED MARdH 21, 1JU
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. 11 SArFwKO, rreaUleol.
S.S TAYLOK, Vice hreairteul.
W. 11 VSLUf, 8ee'r and Treaanrer.
P.W. IUbclay, Cua. OAUouaa, - .
r. II. Siix ari.uu, l'Aix O. Sen oh.
It. II. Cl'JfiriNWIAM. H. I.. ILallidat,
J. M. I'liiLLirs.
INTEREST paid on depoaiu at the rate ol s
percent, per annum, March 1st and teptera
er Int. Interest not withdrawn is added iiame
liately to Ihe principal of the ilepoaita, thereby
riviiiir them cniuvound interest.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open ever bualnraadajr from 9a.m. to S p.m.
t ' Saturday eveninf a for aavingi depoaita only
torn 8 to 6 o'clock
W. HYSIXJP. Treasurer.
WHOLtSALK AND stXTAlL
IN THE CITY.
Oooda Sold Very Close.
lorner 16th St. and Commercial At,
caibo. iiLnrom '
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
1 - - IS. . -LJ i
MUt OR DEALKRli.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wio!iule and Uetall, Heak-ri la
Foreign and Dcxncfctio
W IMIS OF AI.Ia
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSHf. fMVTM A CO. hare conUnUy
a braze stork ot the beat good lu ihe mar
kit, and fie eapfcial ai ten Lion lo Ihe wuulatsle
ranch of the hiiainuaa.
WAtialXR. " '
Ihe Gamble Wagon
MAMKACTCKJED BT '
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
rHBZFT aai CHBAPIIT WJJ0 at AS
MANUFACTORY. OHIO LEVEE
Near Thtrth-Fourth Btroat
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,t)00 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds Now Orleans Sugar, -'
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar, .
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugtr,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
' 100 Tierces Carolinr Rice, ,
500 h'fehs Green and Cl kTea.
asb otuek i-aopccs.
nasi T Via