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Real Estate Column
Ali-xantlor county lmnl, I'airo M,
n ett tmngc Tor St. LottU irt'rty.
Tim ninth Imll of Hip "Pilot" lioiie ut
- biirgnln. ,
t'otLigo on Slxtli tri t urar Vali
til ton moiiuc.
Cottagpon r'.l,litli irwt w-ar Wiil-
I nu lling, rnrmr TwHily-tonitli ami
First floor of tirlrk dwelling corner
Nlm-ti ntli anil Poplar utrcttn.
Cotflfjcc on Fourth htrwt, between
'oniinercial ami Washington avenue.
Cottage on N int h Street, west of Wal
Cottage on Fourteenth trtet, went
U Washington avenue, til
Sal(Kn ami future", couth west corn
er Kijrht-cnth street nix 1 4uninerci:tl
ivenue, at a Imrjrain.
Cottage on Twellth street, west ol
. 'oiuuierdul avenue, f lu.
Dwelling lioue on I rem street, wm
ol Washington avenue.
(limbics hoti? on iVtee street, atove
A goo'J cotture on Twenty-Ninth
itrt t, near Coinmerdiil avenue.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
v xt to Waverly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 rooim on Twenty-thinl
Mrcet, $. Good j aril an J cictern.
Uoo dwelling hoiwe on Walnut, !ie
l ween Twenty-second and Tweity-th'rd
Store-room corner Twentieth and
Poplar streets, $12 50.
Store room adjoining above, $
lions on Commercial avenue, near
10 th street. Suitable for butuncs and
I welling, $15.
lent ments numbered 8 and 9,
Winter's How, 5 rooms each for $10
lr month. Will be put in first-class
Store room in "Pilot House," lately
occupied ly A. lialley.
Dwelling house on Sixth Ftreet and
Jeflerson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and prcini
es. Iteut low, to a good U lunt.
Store room, comer Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Kooins in various parts ot the city.
FOIt LEASE OK SALE.
frauds, in tracts to fult, near Cairo.
S. Parelra announces special bargains
in Meu' and Boys Clothlng.good all wool
Cassimere suit only $i 00. A good boys
suit only $4 00 and upwards. All much
less than heretofore for equal qualities.
The Dom Pedro's assassination did
not talo place, but hundreds of wives
ul daughters all over the city are happy
to think tliat they can buy the beet I all
toes at C cents per yard at
112 and 144 Commercial avenue.
SoloroonParelra lias received an addi
tional stock of Pry Good. Clothing,
Hoots aud Shoes, which he is oflering, to
suit tin; times. Then-lore, if you want
to save money give niin a cull :it 1 12 and
114 Commercial avenue,
Great revolution in the line of Hoots
and Shoes, whlih I ott'i-r at jiriceg never
heard t before. Men's Ixtots at $2 00
a pair, and all the rest in proportion.
142 and 141 Couimerelal ave.
A Ka. 1 Jtnnlr .
It i now coiiceUil that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress. No. 12 Fourth street, lie.
tweeu Washington and Commvrciul ave
nut", has one of the Itcst conducted lull li
st ry establishments in the city, and land
lords of hotels mid boarding houses will
tind It to their advantage to call upon
1T. Her prices are as follows: Hotel
and boardiiig-houc washing 75 centa
r iloen. For piev work prices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, l.V ; per
lo.eu, SOe; sock, .V; two collars, .V;
two baud ken hiefs, 'c vests, ilc; ana
all gentlemen's wear, sOc. ler doen.
Indies plain calico dresses, 2.V; calico
ilrcsses w ith extra trimmings, rstc; white
lreses, $1 2.V ; ladies' underware, line
ami course, $1 (K) per dozen. l-'JWi.
JalBff ! UsutM or t;ulml.
Take the Atchison, Topcka and Santa
Fe railroad, tho new and popular line
from Atchison and Kansas City, via the
Is'autiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
'olorado Springs, I lenver, Cannon City,
Cuchariis, pel Xorte, Santa Fe aud ull
points in Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip !K) day tick
its to Denver on sale May 15th, at $50,
taking in the famous watering places on
the I). & U. ii. road. Low emigrant
rates to the Sua Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
the Missouri river and tho Uocky Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at Kansas City and Atchison in
union depots. For maps, time tables
and the "San Juan guide," adddress,
T. J. Andkrsox,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
Skk hocii. C. Koch, at his shop and
store room, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots and shoes of
. his own make ; also a lull stock of leather
and findings lor sale; and a
"large stock of St. louia cus
tom made booU aud shoes. He'
keeps the best material and is up in all
the latest styles. His 11U are iierfeet, and
satisfaction U guaranteed. Give him a
For a cleaa shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough fchauipoo, go to J.
George Steiuhouse on Eighth street,
Alexander County Bank building. 11 Is
fchopls always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
Id tables covered with the latest daily
papers, lor the benefit of his customers.
I.ADIE tTNDROt.OTIU.NG. fdlei
Chemise, Drawers, Skirts and Night
gown! In fine Muslin, tucked and em
brioderetl at reduced rate, at
142 and 144 Commercial avenue,
The Milleti printing
rialty or liill Hrwl.,
Kmc limits, tiu-r ll-'li,
AUtfiurnts, r.1, V.r, Ixx.k at r irim!
Small Rle l.ill (iMntit, M-r V" ... $1
Mntlnm tlx bill Iwwls, per tliouitiil 3 71
All on f.mrlwn pound it, tarlinlr mills,
rutnl two ecnts per imunil lilKhrr thn pif
nel liy tijr oilier odlre mll to or'ltrstlti
mllM nijf:u.f for Uli oftiro
SlalPnirDtn, l'rlyl, n-r :l f)0
lttrr HpwIn, ( Hrlyrle, r Imio 4 fill
Nut Head, Carlyxlp, vr l" .1 o
Isilinif I'afl" kt parkugf... .'
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tier liwo i Ui to Wl
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yuar1T-h!t, lutlf hrt, iHll-nhwt and thrw
iIimI Kistrrn, aud cvlorrd work Im-Iow tit. 1-onn
-famphli-t, Book Work and Vricr Lists ni'lt
"wlnlir . .
W arc authorited to annonnrc JCillV II.
KolilSSON an a randiila' for Miriirir Alex
auder county, at Ihr niminK county rlrction.
We are authorized to announce that K. A . E1
mundxon to an imb-pendent lt-iubliran ramli
die lor MieiilT, at lite ensuing rounty el tion.
W are anthnrized to announce I'KTKK S M'P,
Tor an lnile)eii(lent candidate for Sheriff of Al
exander oouiity, at the eiuiuinR county election.
ASCA1XIN iSHMK, NO. 61.
' m A Kniirlits ol I'yilnaa, niwu every rri
t ? ' day nurht at half-past avven, inlaid
jtjy? Kellows llall. Howe,
- ALEXANDER f.OIMiE, NO. M4.
JC ,s.. luIeieodent Order of Odd-Eel-tT
Jf lows. nweM every iburwlay uiiflit
nwt' at balf-pMtlTen, in tlieir ballon
jinmercial avenue, between sixth and pwventb
f-i I'iias Lamb. N U
"1A1IIO ENCAMPMENT, I. O. O. T.. meets
in Old-Kellowa' Hall on the Drat and third
me ta in every month, at half-paat seven
J no U (nifHAK, C Y
a CAIUOUjIXjE. NO.Zff.A.F. 4 A. M.
M Hold reirubtr eommuniiations in Mi
TtyT miiir Hall, comer Coiamirciul arenue
' aiil EiKbtb street, on lue aecond and
ourth Mondar of each luonUi.
RATKM Or ADVERTISING.
If All bill for aylvertuunir, are due and nay
able IX 1UVA.1CI
Transient advertising will be inserted at the
rate of f 1 J0 pr xjuar for the first insertion
and S" cents for each subsequent one A liberal
discount will be made on standing and din pi
Eor Inserting Funeral notice $1 00 Notice of
meeting of societies or secret order So cent for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be inserted as advertisements
Xo advertisement will be received at lee than
60 cents, and no advertisement will be inserted
for leiii than three dollars Jer month
Local Buinea Notlcs, of
in the Bulletin a follow :
Ckimmenca Counting at ten tinea.
One Insertion per line S Centa
Two lneertioneper line 7 Centa
Throe insertion per line ..10 Cent
Six ineertiona per line 16 Centa
Two weeks per line. 2& Cent)
One month per line .36 Centa
No Redaction will be made in above
THURSDAY. JCXE22, 1S7C.
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Perfeant, Signal service, I'. S. A.
Thirty thousand Just n-ceived at the
l!i 1 1 tiiv otl'tce.
The Onlrnnini Fuortb. The lliber
silaue l ln Froul.
The citizens' movement, inaugurated
for the purpose ol making arrangements
to celebrate the Centennial Fourth ot
duly, lmviuK tailed, and a later move
ment among the firemen of the city to
make successful the same purpose, hav
ing also failed, the members ot the Hi
bernian fire company, upon eousultation,
determined to make arrangements thein
selve for the projier celebration of the
great day, and to invite the public of
v'airo and the surrounding country to
join w ith tin in in the patri
otic duty. They have accord
ingly engaged Washington hall and
garden for the occasion and will throw
both oiH.li to the public night and day.
Ail the prominent brass aud string bauds
have lieen 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 Hoa. Johnll.Oberly
and oratiens will be delivered by Hon.
Wm. llartzell and other distinguished
orators, and fire works will
make the heavens bright in
the night time with patriotic fire
Every thing will be done to make the oc
casion a most glorious one ; and to this
end all the citizens of Cairo and of all
the towns and cities and country around
about us In Illinois, Kentucky aud Mis
souri, are asked to come in and ive a
heipinghaud. lly order of the commit
tee. A. Scsanka,
J. J. Anukhsox,
. Hk.nkv Stoi't.
31. J. Howi.kv,
Ktna Flour Mill, Indianapolis, Indiana
3 run 4 feet buhrs, water power. Mill ia
complete running order. Building 45x45
feet, 4 stories aud basement. Would
take as part pay mill in Southern Illinois
or Indiana. Small cash payment.
Address, Si llivan & Gates.
- Bar4er) Wanted.
A few boarders, ladies or gentlemen
ctta be accommodated with largo airy
rooms and table board In a private family.
Call at corner of Sixth street aud Wash
ington avenue. J. C, Whitk.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, U open to
the public. The bar 1 supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the finest
brands of cigars.
3-2Wf A. Kars, Proprietor.
, There was no buliie In the police
Itrown Is to have the aid of the chain
gang In cleaning the city.
The Republican Congressional con
vention will be held In this city next
The narrow gauge oiple are alsmt
to build a platform at their Flopping place
at the St. ( harles hotel.
The Illinois Central railroad com
pany Is having a new- set of car scales
put down in their yards.
Another sale of Cairo and Vinceimes
railrotd stock Is to take place at the
roundhouse in this city soon.
Jailor Jim Carroll finds business in
the city f ai slack. Prisoners, since his
olllcial duties begun, have been very
There is said to have lecn a very
prosperous season lor the gardners ot
this city. The quantities of vegetables
shipped abroad have been enormous.
The owner of one of the dogs put Into
the ixiund yesterday, climbed over the
fence, took thu animal up in his arms and
made his escajie without being detected.
The Vienna ieople are to have a
grand Fourth of July celebration, and
they have invited the Knights Templar of
this city to Join tlieni on that day and
head the .street procession.
"Centennial" grove, between this
city and Mound City, where the colored
Odd-Fellows and Masons will picnic on
the Fourth, is to be furnished with
stands and seats in abundance, for the
convenience of the orators and visitors.
The opinion of Mr. I.ansden as to
whether or not Mayor Winter can re
move Hrown from the position of Health
Officer, twice for the same reasons, will
probably be made known on Friday
evening, when the council will Again
Alderman McOauley wants to know
whether the Cairo and Vincenues Kail
road company has not forleited the right
of way down Commercial avenue, and
Introduced a resolution in the council on
Tuesday night, instructing the city at
torney to ascertain the desired intelli
gence an J report to that body.
T1IK IIOATINO CI.CB riCXK-,
There was a good attendance at the
picnic ot the Boating club. It U said to
have been a pleasant aflair.
THK BI.LLKTIM BASK BALL CM B.
The Bulletin has turned out a base
ball club. We will be behind in nothing.
The club is a stunner, and challenges
any club in Southern Illinois. The
amount of the wager will be dicided af
ter the game has been played.
In this city at four o'clock Wednesdy
aftert.oon, June 21st, 1370, Jossie, infant
daughter of Louis and Jos phlne Kaha.
The luneral w ill take place from the resi
dence ol the parents at 2:30 o'clock to
day by the regular train on the Illinois
Central. Friends ot the family invited
For the benefit of thoe who have dogs
that they do not c;.re to part with, we are
requested to state that the catching of
the brutes began yesterday morning.
The pound is at the police headquarters
in the Arab engine house, where it is
likely missing dogs will be found, as the
catchers were running them in at a lively
rate all the day.
t:t t KMOXR AlllH - 1 HK C. AM V. It. It.
The Cairn and Vincenues railroad com
pany propose, on the Centennial Fourth,
to can V excursion parties at the follow
ing ry low rates : Hound triji tickets
will be sold for any distance under eight
miles, at the uual rates; over eight
aud uuder twenty-five miles, seventy-five
cents; over twenty-live and under fifty
miles, one dollar and fifty cents ; over
fifty aud under seventy-live miles, two
dollars ; over seventy-live and under one
hundred and twenty-five miles, two dol
lars and fifty cents. A round trip ticket,
which w ill carry the purchaser over the
entire line, will be sold for three dollars.
Tils. KMtiHTS TfcMI'I.AR.
The following invitation has been re
ceived by Cairo Commandery So.
13, Knights Templar, to attend the grand
Centennial celebration to take place at
Vienna on the Fourth of July :
Wc, the undersigned committee of ar
rangements for celebrating the Centen
nial anniversary of our American Inde
pendence, would respectfully extend a
special invitation to the Commandery of
Knights Templar at Cairo, to meet with
us on the Fourth ot July next, at Vienna.
Illinois, in full dress, and act as grand
escort of the grand procession on this
occasion. All the horses needed by the
Cairo Commandery will be furnished
Hknuy 15. Hakuv,
M. A. Smith,
W. A. Looxey,
It has not been fully .decided by the
Knights as to w hether they will accept
this flattering invitation, but the proba
bilities are that they will.
A Ttr.KIBl.K ACCIDENT.
One of the most fearful accidents that
has taken place in this city for a long
time, occurred in the Illinois Central rail
road yards about 0 o'clock Tuesday
night. Joseph Matteson, tho night
switchman, while In the act of coupling
two cars, got his foot fastened between
the rails, fell Hpon the track and was in
stantly killed. In his eflorti to free him
self, the unfortunate man pulled off one
of his shoes. lie fell with his body across
one of the rails, and was pushed along
tor nearly twenty feet, the car wheel al
most cutting him in two. The deceased has
been In the employ of the Illinois Cen
tra! company tor several years, and was
consldered.a valuable man in his place.
Ills Irlends aud relative In this city have
the sympathy of the public In their sad be
rlevement. the coloked men's cm be ahos. .
Thus far the following lodges of Odd
Fellows and Masous, and other societies,
have signified their intention to partlei.
pate in the grand eeh-hration
to Is- ' held under.' the aus-
nice of the colored Odd-Fellows
and Masons of this city on the Fourth
ot July. The news from all quarters
where invitations have been sent, is very
encouraging to the managers here, aud
itis now thought the demonstration will
prove, even a greater success than their
most iaiiffiiine 1 1 ones at first led them to
anticipate. The lodges to 1( represented
In the processlon.are : Lincoln l.ouge jSo.
5 ; Egypt Lodge, No. 1.6C7, (J. U. O. of
O.K.; Herman 1-odge, No. 12, Sparta;
Mount Aon and stone yuarry Lodges,
Masonic, raducah ; l adueah Lodge, No.
1,645, O. V. O. ot O. F.; F. B. S. ol
America, Metropolis Voting Men's
Mutual Aid Society ot Cairo: the church
organizations ef this city ; alo Kzeklel
Iodge, 1,457, St. Louis; St. George
Ixidge, 1,524,0. U. O. ol O. G., East
St. Louis : Masonic lodges ot Jackson,
Tenn., ami other societies have been in
vited and will take part in the demon
stration. TIIK METHODIST flCMC.
Everybody who attended the Metho
dist picnic on Tuesday is delighted, and
by their glowing stories of the merry
time that was had, make those who re
mained at home angry at themselves lor
not having foresight to see that it wns to
be the graudcf t of successes. The train,
consisting ol five ears, with a large crowd
aboard, kit the station in this city at fif
teen minutes after eight o'clock. The ex
cursionists stopped at Mound City, Cale
donia, Grand Chain and Vienna.. At
the three former villages, crowds of men,
women and children joined the party,
while at the latter place, Vienna, more
than sixty persons awaited their coming.
After the Vienna people had been seated,
the cars were well filled. The picnic
grounds were reached at eleven o'clock.
The place Is known as Chapman's Hol
low. It is surrounded by creeks, springs,
moss-covered rocks aud beautiful trees,
and we are assured is one of the lovlicst
places to be found in the State. Here
the party spent the day In a most enjoya
ble way. At three o'clock the Tunnel
Hill folks, of whom there were a number
present, were taken home by the train,
aud many of the excursionists from
Cairo accompanied them, being curious
to pass through the tunnel. At half
after four the train started towards Cairo
with all on boar J. arriving here at a little
after six. Every person was highly
pleased, and Mr. Oakley who seems to
have 'been the principle overseer of the
aflair, is congratulated on all sides for the
way it was conducted.
Cairo, III., June 2U, lsTO.j"
Present His Honor, Mayor Winter;
aud Aldermen Halliday, Lancaster, Mc
Gauley, Patier, Ritteuhouse, Thistle
wood and Wilcox 8.
The Board of Health, to w horn was re
ferred the communication from the
mayor, read at the last meeting of the
council, asked for further time to report,
winch, on motion of Alderman Patier,
Petition Iroiu Messrs. Halliday Bros.,
aking privilege of building sidewalk on
Twentieth street, adjoining the Egyptian
On motion of Alderman Patier, the
prayer of the petitioners was granted,
the work to be done under t lie direction
of the Si reet committee.
The following resolutions were otlered
aud adopted by unanimous votes.
By Alderman Halliday :
JUtolted, That the treasurer Is hereby
directed to place any moneys received
from the sale ot boilers, engines, pumps,
belting, old iron, copper, brick, etc., be
longing to Hie city, in tlie fund known as
the "New Ievee" fund, and hold the
same subject to orders of this council.
By Alderman ltittenhouse :
Htivtrrd, That the clerk be aud is
hereby instructed to advertise lor pro
posals to do the city printing lor one
year, ana to state in sail advertisement
thai said proposals must cover the cost
of publishing council proceeding, ordi
nances and notices of all kinds inserted
by any city olllcer, or by order, ot the
By Alderman Thistlewood :
JUsolvetl, That the clerk be and is hereby
instructed to advertise for sealed pro
posals for furnishing all lumber the city
may require during the present fiscal
year ; said lumber to be good, sound
white or burr oak, free from sap and bad
knots, and to be of such dimensions (not
exceeding twenty-four lect in length),
aud to be delivered iu such quantities and
at such time as the committee ou streets
By Alderman McGauley :
lieaolted, That the Street Committee
be instructed to confer w ith the local au
thorities of the Illinois Central railroad
with a view to the removal of their pres
ent sower crossing on Commercial avenue
above Fifteenth street, and the substitu
tion therelor of drainage connected with
the new sewer lately opened through
the levee near Fifteeuth street.
By Alderman McGauley :
Jiftolved, That the city attorney be and
he is hereby instructed to report at the
next regular meeting of the? council,
whether or not the airo aud Vinccnnes
railroad have forleited their right to the
use ot Commercial avenue as right of
The committee- oil streets aud drainage
made the following report :
To the Mayor and City Council.
Gentlemen: Vour street committee,
to whom was referred the petition of I.
Walder and others, in regard to the till
ing of Sixth street between Washington
avenue and Walnut street, would beg
leave to make the following report, viz :
That from the lowest estimate it would
require two thousand yards of earth to
make the preseut till forty feet wide and
up to the preseut grade. There would
also require an additional outlay for sev
eral purposes. We would therefore rec
omniend that if two thousad dollars
could be raised by private subscription
from individuals w ho own adjacent prop
erty which will be largely benefited by
said improvement, then the city
should order the tilling of said street
with au amount ot earth not exceeding
two thousand yards,
N. B. Thistlkwood,
Chas. O. Pa Tie,
On motion of Alderman Tblstlewood
the report. w accepted and ordered
Bonds or J. . Ahf I as railroad and
steamboat runner; of Fritz. Scheler as
saloon keejier, were read, and oil motion,
On motion of Alderman Wilcox coun
cil adjourned to meet Friday evening,
23d liil., at 7:30 p. m.
J. W. Stew art, City Clerk
l.urello Tmnne; I.h lleV Academy An
nual 1'tniHFnrrnieiil F.s.errlie,
The annual cemuieiiceuient exercies
for 1870 of the Lord to Voting Ladies'
Academy, w ill commence on to-morrow.
Friday, June 23d. The following l the
Maretie ties Tamtwiirs lim l
l.nry r Wilson ami Nannie nlmateail.
Beautiful Mix.tiliiflil Vucal lnet
AuriiHta Schtih and Addle Keith.
Itupler' l.U.. Uni t
Kllenlianaon, Mary I'ry, Nannie nliuMead,
I.Xilen katie N. Ile:ilv
Novel Reading Killie Car?
t east of I'.u'es .Sole Instrumental
SOl S TRY RF.I.ATIYr.M.
Curie, f ashionable City ( Mamie Taylor
l.iilu, ) Jellies ( Kllen lannon
Con 'in Mary ... !,ir..i Wilson
Aunt Kreejiiaii.... Mary I vera
Alii)fail Mary A I larke
The Swallows ..Keriiative
"liive Me a llnnie In the Valley,"' .uiUirs
Chorus lr Misses Morford, ( arr, .- huh
bkctrh of Iiirkens Alice Morris
ITTiJ 1S76 Mora Morfonl
Morenblatter - Pianos
Misses Schuh, Taylor. Feith and Metcalf.
Midnight Hour - Duet
Mary Brophy, Minnie lluKlies.Iti'ie Wilson
PASTOKA, The J) pay' Ntoleu t hlM.
I'aHtoia lfuttie Iteardin
(iiey Katie Mealy
Dana l:iara . ,.Mry Itropliy
Iltnttrice, Daughter oi l Flora Morfonl
Nalulina, ( llianca I Alice Morri.
Lady Bertha and finite Lucie I W ilson
First Act -The Child Stolen.
' Molly Clacker " . . Recitative by a J u venile Clan
Second Act A Mother finds her Child.
Twilight Dews (juitars
Flora Morfonl, Augusta Schuh and Killie Cary.
Kvfiiipg Tide (JuicltM-p Duet
Minis Meicalf, Alice Lonergon, Mary Ilyrne
and Sarah McManus.
Learning Conduce! 10 Virtue Kllen Uannon
Domntic Kconemy w Marylvers
Tolling liell Solo Instrumental
Augusta Schuh and Nannie Olmstead.
Choeur de L'Opere "I Lobardi"......rianos
L D Wilson, U Cary, X Olmstead and K Morford.
"Hard Times,". -.Lucie I) Wil'on
1'iiJe, the liane of Happiness Mamie Ii Taylor
Ijipsy Countess Vocal Duet
Nannie Olnutead and F lora Morford.
Lucrctia Borgia Var....... Duct
Lucie D Wilson and Killie Cary.
- TIIK TWO WILLS.
Mr Maufit, upKed heiress Lucie Wilson
Mrs Ammersley, widow Uillie Cary
Julie, her daughter Cl.ira Smith
Margery, housekeeper Alice Mums
Mri HudgLins, hotel matron Flora Morris
Mrs Fitijinige, i f. I Kane llealy
Mis, Prying LCt"ec"aseJ I
Miss I hatter, ir I ...l-anna Cahill
Miss Nicely. ) N.ll.onuire f .a Cruin
"Love Your I'jrentg,' Song, by .lutenilc Choir
lleetric Polka Duel
II Iteaiden, F Morford. N Olm-leud and M Mctcalf
Woman Hannah I'Meara
Writiug ...M iry Brophy
" Vhr Shall we find our lloineV' Yecal Duel
I- lora'Morferd and AugiKla Schuh
Mulligan Guard ljuadrilie
Aiice Morris, Monle Meicalf, Ilatlie ItrarJrn
and Nannie Olumead.
1.ADIKS' DRKSS I ON VKNTION.
I'resiilenc Katie Healy
Mrs Uegis llaniiah O'Mears
MUs LaMoiu Iiicie D Wilson
Mrs i'rudence Mamie l aylor
Miss Modisie I.utitia t rum
Mis Dasher Mary Fry
Mr Cheese Mary Ivers
Mrs Yank ( ooper Doutet
Miss Pious H..H. Flora Morford
Mother Wise Augusta Sibuh
Freyachuti (Fantasie Brilhante) Solo Instrumental
Lucie D Wilson
(riind Trio On Piano
Mi-es W iUon, Schuh, Taylor, liearjen. Cary
"t ome away, Come away!" Song and Chorus
Misses 'laylor. Meicalf, Krhuh, liannon, Fly,
Olmstead and Morford.
CONI KUUINU OF MKDAL8 FOIt DEI'OliT
MKNT AND D1L1CIKM.K.
KntiouMl Oeiuoeralie Convesttlon.
Illinois Central llailroad, Oflke Gener
al Southern Agent, Cairo, June 20th,
1S7C To persons wishing to attend the
Democratic convention at St. Louis,
June 27th : We will sell excursion tick
ets to St. Louis and return at $7 20 ;
will commence sale of tickets June 2.1th ;
good to return until July 1st inclusive.
0-2 Ct Ucu'l Southern Agent.
Ktill Auollier Hedurtlon In Kallrotsd
t'sn-s;by lb t'alrss and tinreusiea
Hal I road ( uuiiu j ,
New York $1 50
Phladelphla 20 75
Baltimore 20 50
Washington 20 50
Bostou .' 25 00
C. S. Saw vtH,
C-20-at General Ticket Ggent.
Tlie undersigned is prepared to pump
tut and repair cinterns or build new ones
on short notice and at satisfactory prices.
J. S. Hawkins,
23d and Cedar streets. Postotllee box
Linen fibre, plate flnWh, letter ami nolo
pujicr ut tho Hi l.i.KTix otlice. Blue aud
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
Ir. Smith has removed ids . ollice t
rooms 51 and 9, Winter's block. F.ulranct
on Seventh ssreet. -
Fifty cents, at Winter' Gallery.
W a DlrARTMiT. Rivta Ripnar,
.Irtne VI IHT
LOW WATKM. CHAKUB.
rr. i. rr. i.
ft "Tii Ti
4 " 4
2. n -ii a
7 i 10 w
n t 2
.17 n o :t
4 a t
Memphis ....... ..
.New Orleans ...
' Relow hlKh water r.r I8T4.
Sergeanl, Sis-nal Servlee, I'. . A .
Steamer Jim Fisk, raducah.
' James 1. Parker, I in-inii.itl.
" K. M. Norton, tow, I'omeroy.
" Ida and tow, Ohio river.
" l.ilierty No. 4, tow, St. l.ouis.
" John S. Bransford, Nashville.
Steamer Jim Fisk. Paducah.
" James I. Parker, Memphis.
" K. M. Norton, tow, St. luis.
" Ida and tow, 5outh.
" John S. ttranstord, Nashville.
" Liberty No. 4, tow, Ponieroy.
The James I). Parker had a good
trip from Memphis. She added here
4,000 cotton ties, and about 20 tons mis
The K. M. Norton passed down the
Ohio tor St. Louis yesterday morning.
She had a big tow of Iron ore and salt
tor that jort.
The James Fisk had an excellent trip
troni Paducah ol lumber and other
The John S. Brausford came down
from Nashville in the place of the defunct
Shippers' Own. She had a cargo of IW
hhds tobacco and 20 tons of Iron, besides
a small amount of miscellaneous freight.
The Liberty No. 4 has a tow of ore
. The Grand Kcpublic is coming from
New Orleans with GOO hhds, 558 sacks and
200 boxes sugar, and 100 tons ot assorted
freight, aud 80 cabin and 40 dock passen
gers. The Golden Kule was due last night
from Cincinnati. She has a tine trip.
Says the Republican : "Capt. Charles
Miller's new boat, we are Informed, will
be 25 feet longer, 2 feet wider in beam
and C, inches deeper in hold, and will
carry 350 tons more than the Mary
Houston. The cabin and machinery of
the latter will be used in the new boat."
The incinnati QaztiU says : 'The
owners of the Pat C'leburiie received
from the Underwriters, Saturday, $18,
000 insurance. The life Insurance poli
cies of Capt. Dick Fowler amounting to
$5,800, will be paid in September."
Will be received at the city clerk's office
until Monday, July 3d, 1870. for the city
printing tor one yeur. Kuid hid must In
clude the cost of publUhitiK the council pro
ceedings, ordinances, and notices ol all
kinds iusfi'ted by any city oltieer or by or
der of tUe city council. The city reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
Jas. w. Stewart,
Cairo, 111'., June 2kt, ls:o. City Clerk.
Will be received at the city clerk's oitlce
until Monday, July ad, lS7ii, for furni.ttiing
ull lumber the city may require during
the lineal year eliding Incumber Bird. 147t;.
said lumber to tie good souud white or
bui r oak, free from sap or bad knots, aud
to be of Hindi dimensions not exi ccdins'
twentv-fourleet In length and to be de
livered ia Htich U!iUlities and at such times
us the street committee mar direct. The
city reserve the right to reject any ami all
mas. jas. w. MEW ART,
Cairo, Ills., June 21, isTii, cilv Clerk,
All ll'iuor dealers w hoe lieeiiKei expire
.luiv I't. are uotitiej that ttu-v imi-t nave
new bond executed aud tiled In this ollice
on or before Tuesday, July 4th, in order
that the council may take action thereon at
its lirst regular meeting in .liny.
Jas. W. Stewart, city Clerk.
JOHN II . M ULKJK yT
Attorney at Iavr.
Orril E : At rvsidenec on Ninth Street, b
tweenwvilituATton aveuua ami walnut at.
PAINT AMD OI1J4.
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
tVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, ttc, .
Always en hand, tlie cvUbrated lllniuluatia
Ooraer EUyanth Straat and WaahlBf
BOX and BASKET CO
Ah kind hard and toft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, fco.
Mill ul Yard.
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
AOKNTS AUkKIOAM rowoiR oo
57 Ohio Levee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
D OAT STORES,
Re. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
fIALatt.ntiM (it-en tocoaii,m meets aal
ui una oniers
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
T , A L
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City HaUonal laak Baildiaf , ip-itain.
?b Oldaat EatabUahad Afanoy In Soatl
Illlnoia, re.pranUnT evtr
Llttl OR DEA1.KRA-
R. SMYTH & CO..
Wholesale and Ketall Dfalera la
Foreign and Domestic
WOES OF AIX KIN DM,
No. 00 Ohio Levee, '
VCESSRf . 8MYTH A CO. hare Constantly
ket, and Kiveeepeci! attention to lb vsbolimJ
taimh aI' Ik. I.
sauuta V UIV VUllUCNi
City National Bank
CAPITAL, 2. " CO,00
W.P UAU.IOAV. Presi.leot.
HKNKV L HALL11)AY, Vlcafresl.
A . B oKU, Cashier.
W AI.1KK UYSLOP. Asa'l Cashl.r.
Ill R KCTOKil
fi. Staath Taylor,
II 1.. Halliday,
U. 1. William)).
It 11. CoaviauHAM,
W. I. Haliiuai,
Exchange, Coin and United 8tatea
Bonds Bought and Sold.
KI'OSITS received and a general bauiinf
F Bross, PreHiilent. II. WelU, Caobier.
I. NelT. Vi I'res't. T.J. Kerth. Asst. ash'r
Corner Oonuuerolal Ava. and nth Btraat,
Rross, Cairo. Wm. Klusre, Cairo.
Nell. atru. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
, Susuuka, Cairo. K. L. Billiugslejf , . Loui.
Ilmlrr, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
K. II. Rrlnknuvn, St. Louia.
i Veaetal Haukina Baalssaaa Daae.
rFvclianire aoM and boight. Interest paid
a ine Siivni(r Heiwrtnient. Collect ions ntau,
ml all It'isiuea iiromptly attenW lo.
CHARTERED MARCH SI. 18S8
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIBO
A. B. BAFFUUO. President.
8. a. TAYLOR. VloalYeaiistuil.
W . U Y SLOP, atw' t and t rauurer. -
P.W. Bahclay. Cha. Galiobbb.
r. M. hTOJFLTH, FACI.O. BCaUM,
a. II. tl'XNIKGHAli. U. L. HAM.IPATf,
J. At. Pmuin.
INTEREST paid oa depostta at taa rata ol
per cent, per annum, March 1st and sapt.aa
jer isi. miciw not wiwurawa ia aooati ii
lialelv to tuc tiriaciual of Uia deuusita. latnbs
(iviiul them ooiuuouud iutereat.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else pan draw it.
Open every business da? from 9a.m. to p.m.
a J batunlay evauiufa for aaviima dvpaaila taif
W. HYaXOF. Traaamrar.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE t
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AUD BEAST
a tka Cirts M
Which haa atood the test ef 40
There ia no to re it will not Ceti,
no Lameneaa it will not Cure, re
Ache, no Pain, that ACiota tM La
men bodor the body ef e ir
or other Vomeetio enitstL t'l
doea not yield to it m-1 ixti
A bottle ooetint X5o., L9. erl 1
haa often esyed the Ufa eferr'
Feint . end Beetored to Li. i r
Ueeflaeee Ueny, s tlzz.