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LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Ali'xaiu1T county -tn,f fiilrti lotJ,
n e-u liangn for St. I.oiiU -ni-M-rty.
The roulli Imll of the 4lilfd" lioti.ep nt
fottago n Sixt h Mrwt near WahIi
-Cottngpoii Hl)ith Mrpvt m-ar H'nl
Iivvfllinx, oonu r 'J'winly-lfitiitli awl
First floor of bri W dwelling eorner
N irietochth and l'oplur streets.
Uottujre on Fourth Street, tx-twtni
'omiii?rclal and Washington uvenuc.
Cottage on Ninth Strwt, west of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth strict, tve-i
of Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and tixtureg, Botithwe.t corn
er Kighteenth Htriet and Commercial
tveinie, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth Mreet, went of
.'oiiiuierciul avenue, $10.
Dwelling house on 'ri)M street, wei
oi Washington avenue.
liiis!neMlioufe on Ievee sdn-et, titve
A good cottage on Twenty-Ninth
-treet, near Coinnierr.iiil avenue.
"Hore room on Commercial avenue,
iext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 room on Twenty-third
-treet, $C. Good yard and cistern.
tiood dwelling Iiour on Walnut, Ik
twecn Twenty-second and Twenty-th'rd
Store-room corner Twentieili and
Poplar fttreeU, $12 5f.
Store room adjoining above,
House on Commercial avenue, near
lii Hi street. Suitable for hunine and
1 welling, 15.
Tenements numbered 8 and
Winter's Kow, 5 rooms each for $10
per month. Will be put in llri-t-elitx-i
Store room in "Pilot IIouc," lately
m-cupied by A. lialley.
dwelling house on Sixth street and
IWt'erson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building, and premi
se. Kent low, to a good teiiiiit.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Wahington nvenite, $12 a month.
Koouis In various part ot the city.
FOU LKASE OK SAI.K.
Lands, in tracU to ult, near Cairo.
S. Pan-Ira announce jecial bargain i
in Men' and Boy Clothing, good all wool
uimere suit only $'J 00. A good boys
oittt only $1 00 and upwards. All much
less than heretofore for equal qualities.
The I)om Pedro's assassination did
not Ukd place, but hundreds of wives
rod daughters all over the city are happy
to think that they can buy the best Call
coes at 6 cents ix r yard at
4 J and 141 Commercial avenue.
Solomon Pareira has received an addi
tinnal stock of Dry (ioods. Clothing,
I.oot and Shots, which he is offering, to
iuit the times. Then-tore, if you want
to save money give him a call at 1 12 and
lit Commercial avenue.
Great revolution in the line of l!oU
and Shoe, which I oiler at prices never
heard ot bt lore. Men's boots at $2 00
a pair, and all the test in proKrtion.
- S. Pakmka,
142 and 141 Commercial nve.
A . I I.HtiiMlr.) .
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street,
I ween Washington and Commercial avej
noes, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments in the ?ity, and land
lords ot hotels and boarding Iioiim-s will
lit i 1 it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are n lollows: Hotel
Mid boarding-house washing 7" cents
per doen. For piece work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, l.'c; per
dozen, fcsOc; socks, fc ; two collars, 5c;
two handkerchiefs, 5c; vests, 20c; and
all gentlemen's wear, Xk per docii.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 2.V ; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresses, $1 25c ; ladies' undcrware, line
ami coarse, $1 Oo per dozen. l-2:J-ti.
Ooliis; to lianaae or Dolurmlo.
Take the Atchison, Topcka and Santa
Fe railrcid, the new and popular line
lroiu Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City,
Cucharus, Del Norte, Santa Fe and all
points in Colorado, New Mexico aud
Arizona. Special round trip 'M day tick
ets to Denver on sale May 15lh, at $50,
taking in the famous watering plaees on
the D. 4 K. O. road. Low emigrant
rates to the Sau Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
the Missouri river and the Kocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison in
union depots. For maps, time tables
and the "Sau Juan guide," adddress,
T. .1. Axkkuson,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Topcka, Kan.
Skk Koch. C. Koch, at Ins shop aud
store room, No. DO 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; aud a
largo stock of St. Louis cus
tom made boots and shoes. He
keeps the best material and is up in all
the latest styles. His liu are perfect, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Give him a
For a clcaa shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to .1.
George Steiiihoue on KightU street,
Alexander County Uank building. His
shop is always neat; hU towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, aud
Ids tables covered with the latest daily
papers, lor the benefit of his customers.
Ladies UsiWRcioTittNui Lndles
Chemise, Drawers, Skirts and Night
gowns In fine Muslin, tucked and em-
briodered at reduced rates, at
142 aud 144 ;Commerclal avenue.
The But.i.KTiK print!)
etab1ihment makes a
specialty of bill Heads,
Note Hutu, ItteT lUndx,
Stiitiim-nte, ( nnts, Kin Ixxik at these prices :
Small sire Mil hunts, tier Km...... mi
Medium hIw Mil heads, r thousand 3 "
All on fourteen ImiiidiI pr, Carlisle mills,
ruled two cento per pound higher tluia peiet
used lijr any other office ruled to onW at the
iiiilln fnMfviMl Ijr for tlii nfflre
sui. MicnU, Curlysle. r Ikki t-l
ltlrr lliwU, lirlyif, ir 1M ft"
Note llcmW, CBrlysIr, p r li0 .1
lsitin(ranl jx-r i kat!1" AC
Itusinrit rjtrdfi, Ho. I Hdjr Hri'tul lwmr.1,
tK-r l'sw i : t
HiiKhifsn cards, No 1 blank, iwr Ksxi 00
OunrUT-Kliwt. Imlf fliwt. lull-sliwt slid tlin-e-
ntii-et (MiKtrrs, and colorrl work brlow si . Ixjuii
-l'tiiilili t, Duok Work and Trice Lists made
VOR SHKHIf f.
Wr nre autliorizeil to announce JollX II.
IKlRINsON as erandida'e for Sheriff of Alex
ander county, at Uia coiulug ouuuly eltvtiun.
We are aulhorir-wl to announce that lu A. Kd
ruumU'iii ia an imli ndenl H iHllicaii caudi-lUlelnr.-lienu,
at Ute enauiog county elo tioii.
We are aulliri.l toaunounce I'KTKH S AIT,
fur an lndeieudent eandrilate Tor frhi-ritT of Al-
laud. reoui.t) , at the euwiinK county el'4ion.
ASCAI.ON LOlMiK, SO. 61.
Knirht of rj thiad, luwln every Fri
day nitf lit at Iwlf-fMiMt nvven, in Odd-
Kellowa' JIall. Ho,
Al.KXANDKR I.OIiE. NO. fc!4
lnWpeiideut Urltf of Odd-Krl-low.
imeU every Tlinrsday aiirht
at Imtr-iMSt aeven. in Ilieir nail on
J'Uli ni-n iul avuiuie, between ixth anj Heventh
rii Ciiaj Kamc, N U
"1Vlll KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. T., meets
. yin i J ld-Krllow' Hall oi the first anl third
I ueAda) in every niufllh, at lialf-paat seven
,1 Ko II UowsitAM, C f
A (-AIKOT.OIKJK. NO. 217, A. F. A. M.
jfXL Hold regular eomruunii'mtions in Ma
J K'Miie Hull, corner CotmnereuU avenue
' and Kiffhth street, on the second and
in rili Munduv ol'ex b month.
RATI: or AllVI.KTIftlKU.
tf bills for advertising, are due and pay
able in dv Aura
Transient aitvertising wilt be Inserted l U'
rate of tl ) ttt wiuara for the first insertion
and V oents for each salertient one . A lilmral
discount will lie nnvle on standing and duspl
Kor inserting Fnneral notlre tl Notice oi
meetini- of societies or secret orders W rents for
Church, Society, Festival and Supiier notices
will only be inserted as adverttMrnieuts
No advertisement will be received at less than
Vi cents, and no advert I se men t will be Inserted
for leiw than three dollars per month
Local Baslceaa Notices, of
ten lines or more, inaertea
la the Bulletin aa follows :
Commence CouatinT at ten Lines.
One insertion per Use. .. 3 Cents
Two Insertions per line 7 Cents
Three insertions per line -.10 Cents
Six Insertions per line 15 Cents
Two weeks par line 25 Cents
One month per line. .35 Cents
No Redaction will be made In above
WKDXKSDAV. JfXK2, W6
luteal Mesther Itepri.
Caiiio, III., dime :n. Is7
7 a in.
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SW I 1 'Clear.
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I AM KS WAl'SiiX,
Ser-eaut. MumI Service, I. S. A.
Thirty thousand Just received at the
I5t i.i.ktis ortice1.
Fllty cents, at Winter's (i.illi rv.
l)r. Smith has removed his ollice t
rooms H and 'J, Winter's block. Fntraiiif
on Seventh Bsrcet.
Linen fibre, plate flni.-h, letter and note
pa-xT at the Hi i.i.r.Ti.s olllee. Blue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
The cheapest and latest style Iry
goods, in the city also the cheapest lot of
KmbroidiTcd Parasols, and notions can
always be found nt S. Pareiha's,
1 12 and 144 Commercial avenue.
The undersigned is prepared to pump
ut and repair cisterns or build new ones
on sliui t uolici.- and at satisfactory prliv.
I. S. Hawkins,
2:id and Cedar stru ts. PostoHicc box
f or Heut.
A two-story dwelling house, N. 'Jl
Seventh street, between Washington ave
nue and Walnut street, inquire at
Ik. WAitixnKs,.r Walnut street.
A few boarders, ladles or gentlemen
can be accommodated with largo airy
rooms and table board In a private family.
Call at corner of Sixth 6 treet and Wash
ington avenue. J. C. WlllTK.
This popular saloon, comer Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, Is oien to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf A. Kbavs, Proprietor.
II. J. Cundiir has fust received a car
load of Iutmque lee, and will continue
to receive Ice throughout tli entire sea
son to supply the jobbing aud retail
trade. He respectfully solicits a share of
your patronage. Ice depot, No. 17,
Eighth street. 5-17-tf
F.tna Flour Mill, Indianapolis, Indiana
3 run 4 feet buhrs, water power. Mill la
complete running order. Building 45x45
feet, 4 stories and basement. Would
take as part pay mill In Southern Illinois
or Indiana. Small cash payment.
Address, Scluvax & Gates.
l ocal Hr lilts. ,
There Is grass fully a foot high nil
over the track in St. Marvs park.
The fare to St. Iul from this city
during the convention for the round trip
will liea trifle over seven dollar.
Thn colored Odd-Fellows ami Masons
aft' working by night hnd by day in flu
interest of their celebration on the Fourth.
It will be a grand affair.
' Tim Hibernian Fire company will
turn out one of the largest profession,
Hint has licen seen lu Cairo fir many a
day, on the Fourth.
The exhibition to be given at the
I X ret to Academy, Friday, will doubt
lens lie one of the most interesting affairs
of the kind that has taken place in Cairo
for many months.
Tho suggestion that Cairo should
have a military company meets the ap
proval of everybody. Such an organiza
tion would afl'ord our young men much
pleasure and recreation.
Everybody should go to the Centen
nial now. The rates from M. Louis and
Cincinnati have again been "cut,'' and
the cost for n round trip ticket will be, it
is thought, a mere song very soon.
The base ball match, which was
tidked of to take pla-: between a Cairo
clul and the I'adueahites. on the Fourth
of July in this city, we understand, has
Notwithstanding the belief and as.
sort ions of some of our people that the
city Is in a clean and healthy condition,
we are informed by Mr. I!rown, the
health ollicer, that there is an abundance
of tilth in every quarter. He hopes to
have itch-ancd up In a short time, how
ever. . , .
THE .MKTHOIUsT M'MiAY W IIOOI. 1'ICXIf.
'Hie Methodist Sunday school picnic,
which took place yesterday, ,waa largely
attended. It was a very pleasant event.
IIAXI) COM MIT.
We understand that there will be
another open air concert on the tip-town
stand on Friday evening.
There has been less business transacted
in the police courts of this city during
tlie past month than has been known
since the war.
AXXIOfSI T AWAIT! D.
The pay car of the Cairo and St. Louis
railroad was expected in this city yes
terday to compensate the employes of
that road for their labors.
;JXE TO ATTEXD THK f;RAN"l I.OO;H.
Judge liird, of this city has gone to
Iiecatur to attend a meeting of the firand
Lodge of colored Odd Fellows ot the
State of Illinois.
1IIK 1'K SHJ TO-DAY.
Everything was ill readiness last even
ing tor the Uoating Club's picnic, aud a
gay time is anticipated by those who will
There will be meeting of the Casino
this evening at S o'clock, at which the iu
augeration of olliccrs will take place.
All mcinlH.rs are requested to be present.
15y order of the president.
It has. llKiHiicu, See'y.
I IlCOK 1.ICEXSK.
City Clerk Stewart gives notice in this
morning's Hi i.li.i i.v to saloon keepers
w hose liccn-e expire July first that they
must have new bonds executed for pre
sentation at the meeting nf the council
to be held on the evening of the 4th.
Sec notice elsewhere.
.n KK tiiii:vks.
The house of Mr. Joseph Ilross, at the
corner of Tenth street and Washington
avenue, was entered by thieves Mouday
night, who stole the clothing of two
of Mr. Bross' boarders. The clothing
taken was worth something over fifty
dollars. The police want the thieves,
but up to this time have not got them.
;1NU TO THE CONVENTION.
The low rates of fare oflered by the
railroads, have induced quite a number
of gentlemen of this city to attend the
bemocratie convention at St. Louis. We
are told that the majority of them will
leave by Sunday night's train on the Illi
Thcllcv. Fred L. Thompson, formerly
pastor of the Methodist church of this
city, accompanied by his family, is at the
St. Charles hotel. The I!cv. Mr. Thomp
son is now a resident of Jersey ville.
Judge McCrito, of Hazlewood pre
otmt, was in the city yesterday. He ie
norls the late rains having done some
damage to standing wheat, though it is
not so badly Injured as stated by some
Mr. Henry Planert of Thebes, was
in Uie city yesterday.
Lookout for staricaluw.
For the coming week in the followiug
goods : Ladies silk parasols, all sixes ;
a large aud handsome assortment of fans,
in all colors ; ladies' and gent's straw
hats ; latest styles of dress goods ; Scotch
ginghams ; a tine line of gent's and boys'
clothing ; men's white and colored shirts;
ladies' ;andgcnt's;hosIery ; tarletan.lnall
colors, for covering looking-glasses and
picture frames ; ladies' Newport and but
ton slippers ; the largest and finest layout
ot calicos that has ever been brought to
Cairo. Itleachetl muslins nt 5 cents er
yard, lu abort, I will have open lor in
spoetiou a full assortment of dry goods,
boots and shoes on Saturday, June 17th.
All the above goods will be sold at'ont
half the price fiat they can be purchased
at any other house iu Cairo. Call at
once at Pan. Hartinau's, corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, and ex
amine my cheap goods, and you will see
that I have not misrepresented anything,
euietulas; . -
All the latest and new styles of Jelly
glasses ; also a large lot ot sealing wax
at prig to suit the times, at Hartinau's
, new queensware store. 6-13-Ct
Tours Jane leim Jutlse
lu the matter of the estate of John
Sullivan, dcor-nxed, claims of Pollock and
OranstatT, amounting to $;. t2. allowed.
Seventh class, t lalins. '
In the matter of the estate ol It. il.
Martin, deceased, claim of Mr. haphiu
Fitich to the fitnoiint of $lf. nllowed as
seventh clat J claim,
In the matter or the estate of Nathan
iel Holmes, dei-cascd. Proof of notice
for adjustment of elahu rejected, being
In the matter of James H. Kidgway,
deceased. Proof of notice for adjustment
of claims, approved and the following
claim allowed : Joseph P,urcliyett,
claim allowed to the amount of $37., as
seventh elas claim.
Robert Edmundson, claims allowed in
the amount of $100, as seventh cla
In the matter of the estate of James II.
L'pchurch, deceased. Proof o notice of
adjustment ot claims approved, and the
following claims allowed:
lr. J. A. M. Gibbs, seventh class
claim. $10 00: II. Strolman, seventh
class, $."G 70 ; I'ott, Boss A Co.,
seventh class claim, $'M 0.1; A. Pierannet,
fifth class claim, f:W 00; P. (iilroy, fifth
class claim, $2I 00; Trustees of schools
1 1 1, s r 1 w, fourth class claim, $34 4V,
Williams Iturgcss, wvcuili class claim,
$8" So; E. Culley fc Co., first class claim.
$1 10; E. Culley &, Co., seventh class
claim, $00 5.
in the matter of the estate of Haniel
Skiler, deceased. Inventory approved
and ordered recorded. . .
In the matter of the estate of Moses
Hudson, deceased. Sale bill approved
and ordered recorded.
In the matter of the same estate.
Proof of notice for adjustment of slaims
approved, and the following claims al
lowed: . Ir. Thomas Lawrence,
fifth class claim, $14 00;; John A.
Dillon, seventh class claim, $12 00.
B. Hixleben. seventh class claim,
$24 1!) ; John Brown, seventh class
claim, $0 05 ; J. F. Canble, seventh
class claim, $34 00 ; John 'auble, sev
enth class claim, $5 00; C. II. Williford,
first class claim $3,000 ; Dr. H. '. Hacker,
fifth class claim $1,000.
In the matter of the same estate the
following claims were continued for
D. H. Ren. lleman, executor, $7 15 ;
Goodman Kendlcman, $17 32 ; Alfred
Castor, $17 00; Henry Dougla, $200;
Lucinda c. Sams, $1$.
In the matter ot the guardianship of the
minor heirs of Louis Nassano. Bond ap
proved and ordered that letters issued to
Mary Nassano, guardian.
In the matter of the .estate of A. N.
O'Neil.. deceased. Petition and bond ap
proved, and ordered that letters issue to
M. J. McGauley, administrator.
In the same estate J. II. Metcalf, C. F.
Nellis and Benjamin McGee were ap
The OulenuiMl Fourth The lliber-
uiun to III front.
The citizens' movement, inaugurated
for the purpose ot making arrangements
to celebrate the Centennial Fourth ot
July, having failed, and a later move
ment among the lircmcii of the city to
make sncocstul the same purpose, hav
ing aUb failed, the members of the Hi
bcniittii tire company, upon consultation,
determined to make arrangements them
selve for the proper celebration of the
great day, aud to invite the publie of
Cairo and the surrounding country to
join with them In the patri
otic duty. They have accord
ingly engaged Washington ball and
garden for the occasion and will throw
both open to the public night and da.
All the prominent brass and string bands
have been employed ; a grand procession,
patriotic in all its details, will be a dis
tinguishing feature of the event; the
immortal Declaration ot Independence
will be read by the Hon. John II. Oberly
and oratUns will be delivered by Hon.
Wnfc, Hartell and other distinguished
orators, aud lire works will
make the heavens bright In
the night time with patriotic fire
Everything will be done to make the oc
casion a most glorious one ; and to this
cud all the citizens ot Cairo and of all
the towns and cities and country around
alxiuLusIn Illinois,' Kentucky and Mis
souri, are asked to come, in and give a
helping hand. By order of the commit
tee. A. Sl'SANkA,
J. J. Andkkson,
M. J. lloWI.KV,
Tueuly-rite Oollars Keiwartl
For tho return of fowls and thief, who
stole from our premises Friday night
last, about two dozen half grown
Brahmos this spring's chickens. Half
of the number was perfectly white In
color, balance white uuu iuu mottled.
Each had one wing cropped.
(VI 3-2 1. CilAS. GAMlillER.
, At Wllbura's. '.
The place to sell rags, rope, paper
stock, scrap Iron, old metal, beeswax,
tallow, ginseng, hides, furs, etc., is at the
old stand of Josepli Smith, one door
above the New York store.
CS-Ct B. F. Wilbi bn.
Advantage of Heavy riatrs.
The soft bituminous coal used in the
West is so destructive on all cast iron
that the heavy plates in the Charter Oak
Cook Stove will be appreciated by liouac-'
keepers as well as dealers, ' This advaat
ago, with excellent draft, quick and uni
form baking, maka the Charter Oak tho
most desirable stove in the market. (13)
allll Aaollier Hetluetiou In Kallroad
fares .vy the t'alre) ul tiuecunea
New York - $10 50
rbiadclphla 20 75
Baltimore 20 60
Washington 20 50
Boston - 25 00
C. 8, Sawtek,
&-20-31 . General Ticket G gent.
The Great Centennial Boss at Paul
H. Schuh's. C-ll-4t.
I'Atno. Jtmn 17th. Wr,.
Tli rxecntive hoard lor the State
Union District MMonary1 Baptist Asso
ciation met with the First. Missionary
Baptist church of this city, for the pur
pose of transacting business for the Said
association " Tiro hoard corttc&cd at n,n
call ot tho secretary) and wiwoiK'iied with
prayer by Kldcf D. Collier of Jotie'a
ChaiN'1, Tennesee, after which Dweii
ieorge Morris was call to t he chnlr as
Moderator. Elder T. J. Shores, was
tin motion the members presented
their credentials. First Baptist church,
Cairo, Illinois, Thomas Green, Alfred
Wade, James Blanks and G. Morris,
Second Baptist church, P. Adams.
Pleasant Hill Baptist church, Hickman.
Ky., S. Worrlo and G. W. Pratt.
Tlf!icyville,Tcnn., Elder G. Isler.
Jones, ( haiK'l, Tenn., Elder D. Collier
and Deacon Ilobarts.
After which saidmcmbers too' their
On motion. T. J. Shores stated the
object of the meeting, which was done in
a patriotic aud earnest manner.
On motion, all the letters that had been
received by the secretary were read.
On motion, the secretary reported all
moneys that he hud rcceivtsfjlor minutes
and stationery, as follows : ,
From churches, $10 70 ; trnin treas
ury, $17 ; total, $27 70.
The secretary reported the balance in
treasury. $1 85.
Mount Ziou church, Missouri. $2 01
Clinton church, Kentucky 1 50
Milburn church, Kentucky 1 .VI
Columbus church. Kentucky C5
Chattanooga church,Tennessec 2 00
On motion the secretary reported the
For minutes $22 00
For record for association 3 75
For stationery and services 12 00
Total $37 75
Balance due the secretary 11 15
On motlou the report was received.
On motion the report of the mission
ary was called for, but the secretary
stated that he had received no report
from that official.
The following resolutions were ollered
and adopted unanimously:
R'toheiL That we withdraw the richt
hand ot fellowship from O. W. Johnson,
wno was our moucrator, out wno lias
brought disgrace upon the ministery and
fled the country.
Unsolved, That we withdraw the ritrht
hand ot fellowship from Jacob Bradley,
who has proven himself destitute of
honor as a missionary, and warn all
churches against these two men.
ItfiolrrJ, That all ministers and mem
bers who are absent from this Board,
without lawful excuse, will be dealt with
by the Executive Board.
The meeting then elected the follow ing
ofllcers to fill vacancies. The following
named persons were elected :
Moderator, T. J. Shores.
Itecording Secretary, D. Collier.
Treasurer, James Blanks.
Ilenulved, That. K. Benney call upon A.
Per void and obtain the books and
moneys and all papers belonging to said
Ilfiolred, That Elder Coilier takes
charge of tho Garden Station church.
Hall's tircve church, Jones' Chapel
church, Tennessee, until the setting of
satd association, to convene at Garden
Station, Tennessee, on Thursday before
the fourth Sabbath in September. 1S7H.
Adjourned with prayer.
Dk.AO.iN Moki;is, Moderator.
T. J. Siiokks. I lerk.
It is a sad commentary upou our
boasteu civilization mat tne women ot
our times have degenerated in health and
physique until they are literally a race of
invalids pale, nervous aim uack-acny,
with only here and there a few noble ex
ceptions in tho persons of the robust,
buxom ladies characteristic of the sex in
days gone by. By a very large experi
ence, covering a period ot years ami em
bracing the treatment of many thousands
ot cases of those ailments peeular to
women, Dr. Pierce, of the World's Dis
pensary, Utiilttlo, N. V., has
periceted, by the combination of certain
vegetable extraots, a natural specific,
which he doe not extol as a cure-all, but
one which admirably fuliUU a single
ness of purpose, being a most positive
and reliable remedy for those weaknesses
and complaints that afflict the women ot
the present day. This natural specltlc
compound is called Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. The following are among
those diseases in which this wonderful
medicine has worked cures as if by magic
aud with a certainty never before attained
by any medicines : Weak back, nervous
and general debility, falling and
other displacements ot internal orgaue.
resulting from debility and lack of
strength In natural support. Internal
fever, congestion, in flan mt ion and ulcer
ation and very mauy other chronic dis
eases iiiciilent to wo in ait, not proper to
mention here, In which, ns well as lu the
cases that have been enumerated, the fa
vorite prescription effect cures the
marvel of the world. It will do v- ,",ri
in any state or condition of f yt.p,n'
and by adopting Its "c the invalid lady
may avoid severest of ordeals the
consulting of a family physician. Favor
ite prescription is sold by dealers in med
icines generally. dAwlw(3!)
There Has Xener Beeu Kiiomu
A cough so stubborn as to resist the ac
tion of ilali'u Balsam for the lungs. In
the beginning of a cough it is certain in
a very short time, aud in the worst rases
continued treatment Is sure to conquer
it. It is a standard remedy in every one
of the States and Territories, and In two
thirds of the rest of the word. Every
druggist keeps It. Price, $1.00
Danarer ot Delay.
Many victims lie In decay, and many
lives are thrown away (by oolds, coughs,
catarrh and lung disease) that might be
cured with perfect ease, for future health
and happiiwss, by using a bottle of Wis
Iiart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial, an infalli
ble remedy for consumption.
. aineeiai Me lie.
AJI IIiur 'testers whose licenses expire
July 1st, are notified tlist tlity iiut have,
new boiult sxeruled ud tiled to this oltiee.
en or before Tuesday, July 4tb, in order
tli at the council mar tike n-t1on tlicreuii ul
it t: rat reuiiUr muslin tu July.
Jam. W. Mkwart, City Clerk.
Attorney at Law.
OrriCE : At resides oa Ninth Street, te
tweenWtshlDglon .iveuu and Walnut St.
Was Ihpartjsest. TIitm ntpnar, l
June vn t,ii
i a nova -
' TAT10t. MIW WATZII. ( HAKUt.
- j it. rr. it.
tirn ;;i 4 3
rittntinnr 41 1 ri ,i
Cineinnntl ., I 4 11 4
IxiHikTllle II I 7 11 1,
Nashville 11 j ; .11 4
St. Iim Ji 7 - n ii
Kvansville In : X0 11
Meiiipliix .. i 7 A I I
Vlrkubiirr ;ss s .-0 7
NeW Orleans. 4 j : i
lieliiW hlarh Wilier of 1x71 .
Sera-cant, Sifnal Merrire, l. !S. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Ste. Genevieve, Vlcksburg.
" I ick Fulton,tow, New Orleans.
Frank Wlllard, New Orleans
" A.. I. Baker, St. Loui.
Steamer .fitn Fisk, Paducah.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Louis.
" Iick Williams, tow, Louisville.
Frank Willard, Louisville.
A.J.Baker, Island Xo. 10.
The weather ha been clear nml very
There has lieen no improvement m
business that anyone knows of.
The Ohio is about on a stand. Tho
gauge marked "2 ft. 8 in.
The safe of the .Mary Bell was opened
at Vlcksburg on last Friday. Its contents
were found to be fl.TO.Ja watch and chain
and some valuable papers.
The A. J. Baker passed down from
St. Louis yesterday afternoon for Island
No. 10, whert she will get the tow of the
Grey Hound, and take it to its destina
tion. The Ste Genevieve, on her way up
Monday night, put oil 160 bales ot cot
ton Ar the Fast. Slie had a very good
The Hick Fulton passed up with a
tow of empty barges.
The Frank Wlllard passed up from
New Orleans for Louisville.
The City of Helena, John A. Scud-
der, an l the Grand Lake and barges, are
due from St. Louis lor Southern ports,
AI.T AXDOILM. '
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
r7all Paper, Window Glass, Win
rlow Shades, &c.
always on band, the celebrated lllumiuatin
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing;
BOX and BASKET CO
All kimts hard ami soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill and Yard.
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
NsMI Ohio Ixvee.
wiiolknam: ukoi cbh.
sVQENTS AIIEBIOAN POWDEB CO
57 Oliio IiOvee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Ha. 19 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'ECI AL attuutiet given to coasignuMinU aaJ
R. SMYTH tfc CO.,
Wholesale and ttetall Pettier In
Foreign and Domestic
WINK OF ALL IUIfUM,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MI88R5. ShTTU CO. bar eosstaaUr
large slock ot las ImsI fwU Ui Uut uiar
set, and fire especial attentive to (be Msisa
ranch of the business.
City National Bank
CAIRO. ILLIlf OS.
OPTfr Kim .
a H Atvi'.ft J ,"AT' r.
WAI.Tr It HVSI.UP. Aas't Cashlt.
J. I. WiiuahV ST,rHs ,o UAT'
A . U. .SArroau,
Exchange, Coin and United Statei
Bonds Bought and Sold.
p l!ra,v'.1rr7'('"'- Wella, Cashier.
f. Netr, ice l'rea'u T. J. Kerth, As-t. asb'r
Corner Commercial Ats. and 8th Street,
.. , MltKl'TORS.
r . it . , alro. Wm. Klne, l airo.
I . Neil. I ami. Wm; Wolfe, fairo.
A . SimankH, Cairo. K U nilling-nley, t. f nia
It. Ilmler, l air.. H. Wells, CairS.
K. II. Itrinkman, at. iMuia,
1 Ufsrisl Rankina; Bnaltieas In.
rj-F.xehanffe sold and tioeght. Interest paid
u the Snvinfcn Department. Collections nia-le,
n I all liuiness priiniitly attemleil to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIBO
A. n 8 AFFORD, President.
. 8 TAVLOK, VioePreeiaent.
W. H YI.Of. Hee'T and Treasurer.
P.W. Barclat, Cns. GALions,
F. M. b-rrx arLSTH, Paol G. 8 urn,
U. H. ClHNlNIIHiM. II. L. HA1.L1DAT,
J. M. Phiujm.
INTEREST paid on deposiu at the rate of s
prroent. per annum. March 1st and Septem
er 1st. Interest not withdrawn is added inune
lialely to the principal of the deposits, thereby
f ivinif thrrn cimpound interest.
slarried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no on
else pan draw it.
Open erery busiorssday ftorata.m. to I p.m.
i Saturday evenings for savings deposits only
rom li to 8 o'clock.
W. KTSXOP, Treasurer.
Sale of City Property at Auction.
Ot"ltl,IC notice is hereby given that on Mon
X day, the -Mb day or June, tietween the hours
of lo o'rliirk, a ra. and 4 pm. , I will nr for
sale to the hiKbesi bidder for eaah in hand, upon
f be premise known as the Tenth street and the
Thirty Swinid tret puninurouertv. the follow-
inir ariicu-t wiohkidk io uie cuy oi lairo, to-
' ' TENTH STRIKT. c
1 Kotury Pump '.1! inch suction, capacity tn,
(x'O gallons per minute; in complete order, m
I'luihnir hartin and pulleys.
I pie' (inn lielting, M inches wide, 5 ply.
1 piece pun belting, 1 inches wide. 4 ply.
1 ItlUl V-hKCO.NU 8TBKKT.
t pir tiotlers, HI feet long, 11 inches diameter,
'J flues each, willi lire front and frrate bars.
I hi.rinnlsl engine, 1 by 4b inchre, with in
I'n t of 7 ims sliuliing. '
I dm'tor int. inf.
irotnry puraps.lt inch nucI ion.
I'll il Khultinx anl pulleys.
j of old iron, llts, csi.tinpi, ihs pipe and ,
ShIc piwili 9,
l!y orderof His City Cnuncil.
J AH. H .M KWAK1', City Clerk.
ICiuciiiimti Commercial and St. Louis Olobe
Democrat, copy U times. 1 tf-ll-dtd.
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds 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 hTchs Green and BI'kTea.
Al.riO, DEALKRS IN
AXU OTHER ritODL'CE.
, ?0 aud 7 J Vln nireet, VM O
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 190 Commercial Avenue
Advance made oo 1'onHteDinenta. Ah.
stractn ot Title made, Ceuveyancei and
Collection attended to.
ATTKNTIOV TO Itt'SINESA ASI
Auction Pale Every Saturday Morning.
liv virtu, of an execution to me directed bv
the Clerk ol the CircoU Court of Aieander
Couuly, is the state of Illinois, in favor of the
iieople ot the Staie of Illinois, sad aainst
lenry VaUoa Webb and Audrew J. Carle, 1
hae leTinl upon the following- described prop
erty, iu this County ei Aleaauder and klala of
1 1 1 iuuia , w wit. - i-j i huh u iu, nuiuucro
iwuity-sia in block uuiubered twealy-elx
(iti) in iheeity of air., and deMvibad aa fol
low., lo Commencing at S poial oa the
,mt.rj i line of WiuliinifUis Avenuu. aih mmA
oue-lialf feet Irom theeoraerof lalslwealy-
nve aim iweuiy-aia in uie iwoua aioreaata, rua
niua thence aouliierly aloojt the line ol Weak
iiuioa Avenue throe () feet, tbeece eaalerlv
luuallel with I lie lias divid'Uff the lots alonaaid
one huodred feet,, and te the westerly llae ef lot
along the waatert y line of said lot tweatf-aiae
($') inree luei, iiienoe weawriy -parallel wiia tne
liuediviiUugaiud low 4as4,oae huedradfaat
w J , . ikiuuiu. mm m. invpiif in mmm
said Hear v WeUoa Webb, which 1 ahalloawr at
public wis sl tne aouta-wesi door oftheCeert
House ia the City of Cairo, ia laa i'ouaty at
Alexaudef sad buu of Illinois, on In Of day
of Jnnr, A. U. Ie7, at the hour of eleven
o'clock A. M., for cash, to satur said eaeea
alia. M. invi.-s.
Sheriff of Alexander Ceuaiy, lUiaois.
Cairo, III . Jue tui, le. dtd