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LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
--Alexander county land, "airo lot,
'ii exchange for St. Louis rj'rty.
'Hie outli hall of I lie "I'ilot" litiuqe nt
C'ttt.u,'o on Nixtb nlreet near W'a-li-liitoii
(Jnttajjenn Klglitli street near Val-
Iiwellin, corner Twenty-buii'tli and
First floor of Lriek dwelling corner
Ninetut ntli und I'onlar Mreets.
s"ottnj(e on Kourlli Street, between
?oiumcrciul and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, wet of Wal
Cottage, on Fourteenth street, rvest
ill Washington uveiuie, $1 1
Saloon und fixtures nuthvest corn
T KlghtiK'lilh Mreet and t'onunereial
(Venue, at u bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, vest !
..'ointnereial avenue, $10.
Dwelling huus on I'nm street, wen
of Washington avenue.
Htis'ineM house on l.eve;htreet, above
A good ootUg(! on Tw nty-Ninth
'treet, near Commercial avenue,
Store tootu on Conmiereial avenue,
V Xt to Waverly hotel, f 10.
Cottage of 4 rooir. on Twenty-thirl
treet, $0. Good yard and cistern.
(jood dwelling house on Walnut, le-
twecn Twenty-second and 'I'wenty-lh'rd
Store-room comer Twentieth and
J'ot.lar street, $12 M.
Store room adjoining above, fx.
House on Commercial avenue, near
I Olli street. Suitable for business and
I welling, $13.
Tenement numbered S and 'J,
Winter" How, 5 rooms each for $10
jn-r month. Will ! put in first-class
Store room in "I'ilot House," lately
oe npied hy A. II alley.
Dwelling houe on Sixth treet and
f. ll'i rson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and ueinl
.es. Kent low, to a good ten Hit.
Store room, comer Twentieth ami
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Hooins, In various part ot the city.
I.nnd, In tracU to mlt, near Cairo.
S. l'arelra announeec Kpeciul bargain
In Men's and Uoys Clothlng.good all wool
Vsimere Milt only $9 00. A gooil boy
uit only $4 00 and upwards. All much
h-ss than heretofore for equal fjualities.
Tin Ikim Pedro's: anamination did
not lukj pl.i'', but hundred of wives
id daughters all over the city are happy
to think that they can buy the be-t all
toon at t e nts n-r yard at
142 and 1 II Commercial avenue.
Solomon I'areii a has received an add!
ti.ilinl idoek of Dry Uootls. Clothing,
Hoots and Mutes, whieh he is ofli l iug, to
iiltt the times. Then-tore, if you want
to save money give niui a call .'it 1 12 and
I II Commercial avenue.
(ire.it revolution hi the line of Jioots
mid SIkm-h, which 1 olli r at pi ice iiewr
heard ol before. M. !i.s boots at $2 IKI
a pair, and all the res-1 in propiul ion.
112 and 1 1 1 omnu ri iul nvc.
A Su. I l.diunlr .
It i-- notv coueetled that Mrs Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth rtl'ett,
tween Washington ami Coinuureul ave
mies, has one of the best conducted laun
dry eMabli-liineiits In tin; -it y, and land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
find it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows: Hotel
and houi'diiigdioiisf waging 7 cents,
per do-n. For piece w ork pri es are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, IV ; icr
doell, S0c; Soek-S ": ; two rollars, .V
t wo haudkerchiel's, ie ; vests, 20i"; ana
all gentlemen's wear, jmt doen
Indies plain calico dresses, 2 ; calieo
dresses with extra trimmings, '.Oi' ; white
dresses, $1 2."c ; ladies' underwuro, line
and coarse, $1 00 per dozen. 1-2:!-!!.
(Join lo liiuiMHO or (ulurnilu.
Take the Atchison, Topeka and Santa
Fe railroad, thv new ond popular line
Iroiu Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to l'ucblo,
Colorado Springs; Denver, Cannon City,
Cueharus, 1 h i Norte, Santa Fe ami all
points in Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip !0 day tick-
ctn to Denver on sale May loth, at $.0,
taking in the famous watering places on
the D. 4c 11. O. road. Low emigrant
rates to the San Juan mines.
l'ullinan palaeo sleeping cars between
the Missouri river ana tlio Kin ky .Moun
tain without change. Close connections,
made at Kansas City and Atchison in
union tli Dots. For inapt!, time tables
and the "San Juan guide," adddress,
T. J. Anokuson,
(Jen. Pas. Agt. Topeka, Kan
Ske Koch. C. hoefi, ut Ins shop and
More room, No. 00 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a (dock of hoots and thoes of
his owu make ; alxo a lull stock of leather
and findings lor sale; and it
largo stock of St. I.ouis ens
torn made boots and chocs. He
keep the best material and is up In all
the latest styles. His Ills are perfect, and
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Give him a
For a tlca.i thuve, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough Miampoo, go to J
George Stelnhouse on F.ightu street
Alexander County I'.auk building. His
fchopls always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
his tables covered with the latest daily
papers, lor the benefit of his customers.
Ladies Unukhci.otuinu. Ladles
Chemise, Drawers, Skirts ami Night
gowns in tins Muslin, tucked and em
brlodoretl at reduced rates, at
112 aul 144 Coiumercial avcuue.
The Hrl.l.rTlK iriittin
nMrially of Iiill Hln,
Nolo IIRiIa. littler I Inula,
Stati'im-iitii, ( writs, l.lir l-oi.l ut tlifix- irii-r:
Siniitl xirf Iiill In ik1, x-r l' !.... ) I mi
Miiliuin niz Iiill liiU'lii, s-r thniianil !t 7"i
All on fuurlceii ioiinil mirr, nrllilr mills,
rateil two writ xr mhiiiiI lillier limn iir
lisiil lijr njr otliijr oflice nilnl in onli-r at 0i
Ilium miiiy iir otin oini-
Slati imiitK. Cr1yKlf, r I'hi 1 1
letter inwis, diriysif , )ht eiw
Sute Ili-niU, Cariyrle, M-r Hi") .1 mi
VliitiiitM-nnlM r imi kiinr i.'iC
misiiit-i raru., o. i piy iirim imnni,
i-r lmm i : l
Bust neH ciiri!, Nil. 1 lilitnk, ix-r imm 3 00
UiiurlTliii-t. Iiiilf -liii't. Iiill-hlutt biiJ llirt-e-
(,ln--l HjiU r4, Mini wldiiit work Iw-low St. Inii
l'inilil-t, Bwk Work anil I'rii-e I.IhIs luailr
... ..illu.rirul In inm.iitir JllllV II.
I'f lll-.l IM mm A fj.tiiliitB'1 ffir lll'ritr fit Alf-K-
uuiirrriiunty. nt tli comiiiK enmity rlcclion.
Wt- n-MitliorixH toiinnonni"i timt It. A. Kil-
L.... tu un lml,.(.l.ilIil !.,. Illtlil'n fUlllli-
ilulf lor Mu-rilT, t Oi rnauiOK rotmty rlcetinn.
We an- niilliori.Kl tiinnuti- I'M Kit At V,
for mi Iinlri-iiil-nt i-uinlilt lr ."-hei itriif Al-r.xanil-r
county, at the vimuiiiK county l-4in.
KniKiiwei ryuiiuii, niii-is ryrry rri
t Lri 'lay uifl't ut hutr-.t mtvi-ii, in txhl
fc7 IIjV Jlull. llur.
l lutncellor Luiiiinuiiiu-r.
Al.r XANIOCK LOIXjK. NO U
i -wE lii'l' l-emleiit Onler of 0'ld-i-l-rAlA
lows, int-rts -vry '1 tuirfttuy iiikIiI
ut tmlf i.jt M-vt-u, ill tlwir hull uu
num' ntiul avenue, Uvtwrni Mxlh miv fwvi-iith
f.-'lt ( HAS I.IHE, U
' 1V1IKI KNCAMI'MKNT. I. O O. .,lii.-.t
iii IM'I-Krlluwi-' Hull on ll.- firntulKl llnl'l
i ui-.vlu) in every iikjiiIIi, m riiiii-i nevcu
ISO II (bikii, U P
Si AIIIil I.OIK.K. NII.Kff.A.K. A A. M.
II. .I I rrirultir ewiiiiiiiinicatiiiiis in Hi
JJ wmir lis!!, comer I lihiiiiti ikI vi-iiii
' 'una KiKlitn itrw-t, uu me oiei uuu
nurtli Mori'luV t,fu ti lunntn.
RtTKS OF AIVKRI IMMJ.
J J .VII bills Tor ailvrrtiame, are Jur am pay
utile i ADVAPi.a
Trannient alvtritiiiiK will U.-inw-rtr.1 at ttin
iMk of tl -r aqiwrt for the firnt initertiun
ami y ifnta f ir rarli iulireiieut one A lilrul
ilifdunt will be nm le on ntumling ati'l iliil
For inaertinir Funcrul ootic l eo Notice ol
meeting of aocietiea or aA-.ret onler 'SJ c-liU fur
"hurrh, Society, FeMiTu ami Pupiier iioti
will only be inwrU'd aa aivertis.-meuU
No advertlAeiuent will be received at leca than
Vi venli, and no advertisement wilt be in-rted
r less than three dollars tier mouth
Local Buaineaa Noticaa, of
aVrjT , tn Unea or more, Inaerted
1 in the .Bulletin aa follow :
Commence Counting at ten Lines.
One insertion per line ... 5 Cents
Two insertions per line 7 Cents
Three insertions per line 10 Cents
Six insertions per line 16 Cents
Two weeks per line 25 Cents
One month per line. ..36 Cents
No Reduction will be made in above
fi; n ml v. .irxF.m.ixrt;.
l.ui-nl Hcalber Hefiori.
Cmho, ll.L. , -liiiie .-J, I'f.i,
IUk. J lua.
III OCl ' FS
VViwu. VkL. I W urn
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sW . .'. I lair.
W I H t Ij
sp: i in i .I.,
K I Vi i do
.erii:mt. Sifc-nal ti-ervh-e, I'. A.
Thirty thousand )ust received at the
I'.t M Kits olliee.
Tlie eul.-nnliu rnurlli. riie Hiker
Ihii lu Hit I'rout.
The citizens' movement, inaugurated
fur the purpose of making arrangement
to celebrato the Centennial Fourth ot
July, having tailed, and a later move
ment among the firemen of the. cily to
make suecesvtul the same purpo.-e, hav
ing also failed, the members ot the Hi
hcrniaii lire company, upon consultation,
determined to make arrangements them
selve for the proper celebration ot the
great da', and to invite the public of
Cairo and the Ftirrounding country to
join wit it tiicm in tin; patri
otic duty. They have accord
ingly engaged Washington hall and
garden for the occasion and will throw
both open to the public night and day.
All the prominent bras und string baud
have liecn employed ; a grand precession,
patriotic in all its details, will be a dis
tinguishing feature of the event ; the
immortal leclaration ot Independence
will be read by the Hon. John II. Oberly
and oratiens will be delivered by lion.
Win. II art .ell and other distinguished
orators, and lire works will
mako the heavens bright in
the night time with patriotic lire
Everything will bo done to make the oc
casion a most glorious one ; and to this
Hid all the citizens ot Cairo and of all
the towns and cities and country around
about us in Illinois, Kentucky and Mis
souri, are asked to come in and give a
helping hand, lly order of the commit
tee. A. SrsAXKA,
I. J. A.MiKKSO.V,
Hknkv Siot r,
it. J. How LKV,
H M. MclliLK.
-Klna Flour Mill, Indianapolis, Indiana
3 run 4 feet btilus, water power. Mill in
complete running order. Huildiug 4:V
feet, 1 stories and basement. Would
take as part pay mill in Southern Illinois
or Indiana. Small c;kh payment.
Address, Sullivan & Catks.
A few boarders, ladies or gentlemen
eau be accommodated with large airy
rooms and table hoard In a private family.
Call at corner of Sixth street and Wash
ington avenue. J. C. Wihtk.
Tills popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
treet and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. The bur Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the thiest
brands of cigars.
25-tf A. Kiui's, I'roprietor,
Loral Hre till.
-Ill Cairn Itoallnir Aaaoeinllon
Mill repeal llirlr plnilr al I'arker'n
Ki-vr in lb Fourth of Jul. Further
ItMil CM K A1 VM,
It will lie seen hv the advertisement ol
the rates on the Illinois Central railroad
to Nt. Louis that the fare has been re
duced to $0 ; the tickets will be good
from June 2,'ith to July 1st Inclusive.
(tifXCII. MKKMXIi. 'f.f..
The city fathers convene, ut the council
chamber again this ( veiling.
Iirips is back again from St. Louis, ami
is spending all his spare time in w hit ling
out a carving knife to scalp Davis of the
Ft' X Kit At..
The funeral of Joseph Matteson took
place on Wednesday evening. There
was a large numlcr ot the friends of the
deceased in attendance.
IA( k aoaix.
Captain Jim Morris, who has lice n do
ing the luinltcr n-ions of Kentucky, In
the interest of his firm for the past three
weeks, returned to this city yesterday.
C'ATl i t I caitli: ! !
rattles having cattle to feed can pur
chase the best of distillery flop at the
airo distillery, at five cents per barrel
MMw H. Si m Liz, I'rop'r.
OOIMl TO HIK C tNTKXMAI..
Mrs. Johnson and Miss Hatcher of
New Madrid, were in the city yesterday,
and left lat evening via the Illinois I 'en-
tral for the Centennial.
AT 1 1I K S.TAIE CO.VVKXIIOX.
Judge Mulkey, Judge (ireen and John
II. Oberly ootids city, were at the Demo
cratic State convention yesterday that
elected delegates to the national ennyen-
tkiA to take place at St. Louis next week.
The attention of the health officer is
called to Fifteenth, between Walnut and
edar ftreetf. A half day's work would
make a decided improvement in the con
dition of matters there.
lilt WARMEST OF TUK MiASOX.
I At ten o'clock yesterday morning the
thermometer at the St. Charles stood at
bJ. This is the warmest weather that has
been experienced here during the season.
The Helta Cily Cornet band will give
an oH-n air concert on tin up-town stand
to-night. The Helta's are one of the
best bands in the State, and it will be a
treat to tvervone who will attend.
THK CHA.Vll-IOX UKAI'K BOX.
Mr. Met.ler, superintendent ol the
I 'airo Box and Basket company, has pat
ented a grape box that is pronounced the
biggest thing of its kind that has ever
been seea in this section of country.
A nunilM-r of gentlemen, who own
horses in this city, say If the city will
give them the privilege tlu-y w ill have
the track cleaned of grass and put in llrst-
css condition for driving. Already a
subscription for that purpose has been
FLAITKIilMl 10 lit It I'lif .M V ATIOKVEV.
At the recent commencement exercises
of St. Vincent's College, Cnpc Girardeau,
the degree of Master of Ai ts w as confer
ed on County Attorney William C. Mul
key, who is a graduate of that institu
tion. A liOOO I'l AC K T FISH.
The tl shiug near the pieiiic grounds of
the l'.oating association, in lirkers
grove on the narrow gauge railroad, is
said to be very good. During the time
the club and their friends were on the
grounds, more than eight hundred of the
tinnv tribe were caught with hook an d
THE M IMTAIiV C01I'AXV F:X(Tl FMF.XT.
A mi i ii licr ol the young and several of
our middle aged and prominent gentle
men are enthusiastic over the raising of a
military company. A company of at
least fifty member?, it is thought, can be
organized in a short time. We under
stand that a meeting to talk the matter
up will be held some time during the llrst
part of next week.
While Jailer Jim Carroll was out with
the chain gang yesterday morning, con
sisting of several white and as many
black men, three of the darkles, all of
whom had been up for practicing con
fidence games, broke and ran. Jailer
Jim gave chase and succeeded hi captur
ing two of the fugitives in an old shed on
Walnut street, but Iho third one got
THK tXlHIilTIOX TO-IIAV AT TUK LOIt
The annual commencement exercises
at the I.orctto Academy will take place
this afternoon. The programme, which
has been published in the I!t lletix sev
eral times, is a very Interesting one, mid
a large number ot our citizens will
doubtless attend. All who hold Invita
tions should make it a point to be pres
ent. ST. JOHN'S DAY CF.LF.Ult ATIO.
The luasoiis will celebrate St. John's
day by a festival and ball at the asylum
of the Cairo Commaudery, No. 13, on
Saturday evening. AH members of Cairo
Lodge, No. 237, aud all master masons in
good standing, with their ft inilles, are
invited to attend and participate in the
festivities. It Is fXpt-ctttl that the occa
sion w ill be a Very pleasant one.
St. Charles William Sykcs and Miss
Kate Brown, Sikeston, Mo.; John W,
Trover, St. Louis; John McDeniiott,
Holly Springs; C. IS. Lames, Kvansville;
J. Hardin, Hvprstuirfr; -Mr. Johmou
and Mis Hatcher, New Madrid; J.
Wehrmoii, Menmcr F.d. Ilohb; U.K.
Murray, IJochester, X. Y.; M. Cthn,
Kvansville; T. Austin and U. W. I'or-
lis, Metropolis; I. W. Ilrown,
liichmoml, Va.; O. Williams, St.
Louis; Arnold Tripp, John Keed, Chi
cago. I H.KHKAItOX OF 8T. JulIX S IUY ItY
CAIRO UHHiK XO. 237, a. r. AXU a. m.,
AT THK ASYI.I M flKCAIltd lOMMAXDKHV
Xr. V. SAIt KIIAV KVF.MS(1,JUXK2IH,
All members of Cairo Lodge No. 17,
and Master Masons in good standing,
with their families are cordially invited
to attend and participate In the lestivl"
tieg ot the occasion. The asylum will be
(pen at 7:30. p. m.
(1-2.1 2t. Jamls S. KkARiiKs-,
I luirman t'oni. on Atraugemeiits.
In the couneil proceedings published
ycterday morning it was slated that
if two thousand dollars could be
raised by private subscription Irom in
dividuals who own proK-rty adjacent to
i.xtli street, between Washington ave
nue and Walnut street, the committee on
Streets and Drainage, to whieh body was
referred their petition to have the street
filled to sipe water level, would reeotn
mend the tilling. The amount the com
mitten asked the Sixth street people to
raise was not two thousand dollars, but
two hundred and fifty dollars, and it is
proiiame iney w in have this Hum in a
short time, as the entire iiciirhhorhood is
anxious to get rid ol the water which
visits them so regularly.
ZF.I.L rt KXCYt'I.OI'KOIA.
We agaiu call attention to Zell's I'opu-
lar Eneycloiicdi.i. The second revised
edition Is now lieing issued, and for com
pleteness, comprehensiveness and accu
racy has no equal among works of a simi
lar character .'.Combining nearly 15000 ar
ticles upon every conceivable subject com
ing within the range of human knowl
edge, ciubelished with eighteen finely
executed maps and 3.000 engravings, it is
to the possessor a lull and complete li
brary of itself. None the less notable
feature ol the work is its cheapness.
Complete in sixty-four number, it Is
furnished to subscribers at the extremely
low price of fifty cents per number, de
livered monthly, in such promptness as
parties may desire. Mr. It. T. Melville,
general traveling ugent, is now in our
city prepared for a thorough canvass, and
we urge upon our readers that they ex
amine the work ond give their orders.
A.I.ITTl.F. CIKI. Ot.TKAC.EI) BY A DAUKF.Y
loiin Lewis, a steamboat negro, was
arrested by Deputies Sherid John Cain
and John Sheehau last night, for out
raging -a little negro girl named Kussell,
living in the barracks. Lewis is a very
bad darkey, and. is well known to the
police of this city. He lied after com
mitting the deed, but was chased
by the olllcers and finally caught
near Hallidays' warehouse. He has
been hi jail here before for robbing the
mother ol William Campbell, the negro
hung here three years ago for the mur
der of the steamboat mate Doyle. All
the darkeys, and especially the women
living in the barracks were greatly ex
cited over the deed, and threatened to
kill Lewis it they caught him. He is
now in the county jail, and will probably
he given an examination to-day. His
victim is said to be in a dangerous con
Ct.NTF.XXlAL F.XC t KSIOX PARI Y.
From the New Y ork Tribune of a late
date, we learn that among the passengers
on the steamship "Weser," which arriv
ed at that port recently, was an excur
sion party of twenty-three persons, un
der the guidance of Carl Stature!!, ot Ber
lin. 1 he party w ill spend a short time
in I'hiladelphia, and then make a trip
across the continent, stopping at. all the
large cities between I'hiladelphia and
San Francisco. Among other places
they Intend visiting on their return
Cairo, where they will remain two days
The party, says the Tribune, include per
sons who move in the higher circles of
German and Russian society. Among
them we notice the names of Col. Von
Baueinan, of Bavaria, Col, Von Kubro-
kew it sell, of the Russian army. Lictitcn
ants Von Kamiti and Von Barecke, of
Germany, Moritz Stephen, of Saxony
Lee Kumborg, GustaveJ Boldeinan and
Frederick Boldeinan of St. Petersburg,
B. Von Helster, ol Dussledort, Hcrr Von
Bassew itz, of Mecklenburg, Count Her
mon, of Dahna, Salesia, Herr Von Zacha
of Corlsruhc aud Hugo Longewitz, of
Riga. This is tlie second party Mr.
Stangen has taken through America to
San Francisco, and is said to have made
long excursion journeys in F.uropc and
tiAVtw 11 Kit A Tlll'MI'ING.
There was a high time one evening
this week at a house on Fifteenth street
near Hix church. A week or ten day
aj;o a family consisting of a man and
woman and a little boy, moved into the
neighborhood ami went to hotisekeep
ing. Things went along smoothly
euotigh for several days aud nothing un
usual was noticed to occur about tho
abode of the new-comers. Hut on Tues
day evening things were made lively
about that establishment. The
man came. homo about seven
o'clock, and without unnecessary
preliminaries at once proceed
ed to give the woman a thuinplug,
a feat which he accomplished without
molestation aud to his entire satisfaction.
Duriun the melee the iu-ju swore like a
trooper, and the woman screamed at the
top ot her voice. Tho neigh'iois riu-hed
Into the street to see what was the mat
ter, aud for fifteen minutes great excite
ment prevailed, but no ono attempted to
interfere. After awhile tho row ceased,
aud siucj that time everything lias been
quiet and iH-aocable enough about the
house. Kight here let us say to the In
dividual who created this disturbance,
that he lias got Into bad neighborhood
for such carrying on, and a repetition
of the scene of Tuesday evening W ill un
doubtedly get hlui Into trouble,
.orelln tonus; l.ailirV Armleiiiy An
nual I'oiniiiriireinenl r.errlra.
The annual cemmeneement exercise
for 1x70 of the Lord to Yoitntr Ladies'
Academy, will commence on to-morrow,
Friday, June 23d. The following i tlie
Muii'lie il' l atulHiiir i Din t
I.ik jr D W iljxin mi'l Xaiiiiii- ilmntnut.
!'. ml i nil M.M.nliirlit Viionl Duet
Aii)rii-ta srhiili ami AMU Keith.
ItiiKler'i i.all-'li - Duet
KlU-n (iunaon, Mary Kry, Nuiinii- Olna-ti-m!,
Mmite If ttratf.
f'.Xiles ... Kutie 3. Ilc.iW
Novel KtU'liiiK Itillie Cary
Kenst of Itiii-s ,fcoe Instrumental
flattie Ilianlin .
(otMHV itKi.A-iit i:s.
Carle, 1 Kttiflnonalile City ( Minnie Taylur
I. uln. I lilies I Mien i. allium
Cousin Mary I.izzir Wilson
Aunt Freemun Mary Ivers
AbiKall Mary A Clarke
The Wallowa Itri-itutivc
Uive Me a Ilmue in tlie Valley, (outura
Chorus hy.Misses MurtVin!. CurT, S huh
Sket:h of Dickena Alice Motrin
177 Klora Muii'onl
Mi-si'S Si'hiih, Taylor. Feith ami Mt'tralf.
Mi'luivht Ilniir -. Duct
Mary hriliy, Minnie 11 iik'm-s, Lucie W ilsnit
Ilattie Rcanh n.
PAS lt It A. The t.ypoy'a Nlolru lillil
I'aMuia Ilattie Iteunlen
(jipsy Katie Mealy
Duna Uiania Maty Iirohy
Ik-atrice, ( DauKhtera ol ) Klora Morlnr-l
Xatalina, i Itianca Alice Munis
IjiiIv Ih-rtha ami .Suite l.ncic D WiKon
First Act -The C'liiM stolen,
lully C'la ktr"..Ilecitiitiveliy o.Iuvenile I la
Si-cunJ Act A Mother 1'inU her liiM.
Twilight Dcwt liuiliirs
Mora Morford, Augusta Schuh and Killie ary.
Kvenirg Tite tjtiickxtep Duct
Mmite Melcalf, Alice Loneisun, Mary Itjrne
and Sarah McManuii.
Learning Conjure! to Virtue Lllrn liannon
D-jmcstic Kconemy M.iry Iver
Tolling licit Sulo Instrumental
Augusta Schuh and Nannie Olmatead.
Choeur de I.'Opcre "I Loinlurdi "... I'ianus
I. D Wilson. It Cary, N Ului'tcail anil K Murfnnl.
''HanlTiinn,'' I ucie D Wilson
1'iide, llie I'.mc i.l ljinncs; Mjiuic It Taylor
Ml sn .
iiy Cuiintc-s Voc.il Dm t
Natinie ulinstead and Kloia Murf rl.
Lucrctia liorgia ar .... Duet
lairieD WiUonand Kil.ie Cary.
Til K TWO WILLS.
Mn Maufit, ;uposed heiress I.iu-ie WiUun
Mm Anunersley, a idow .Itillie Cary
Julie, her daughter Cl.ira Smith
Margery, hoiihckeeper....- Alice Morrw
Mrs HiKigkim , hotel matron Klora Morris
Mrs Kiujudge, i r Katie Uraly
1 J Coupim of a
l Katie llraly
( Nellie Cain
f loaniu I alull
) I.ulitia ( rui il
Misj I luuci.
Miss Nicely. J
"Love Your I'auntB,"' Song, hy .luvrnile Cluir
Electric l'ulka Duet
II lie.ird'-n, K Moilord, N lhn-lc.id and M Mclcalf
Woman Hannah ( I'Mtara
Writing ...Mary lir ..hy
" tVheie Sliall K find our Home?'' Vecal Duet
I lura'Morford and Augusta S, huh.
Mulligan l.uard Quadrille
Alice Morris, Monte Metcalf, Ilattie Kcardrn
ami Nannie OlmMcait.
I.ADIKS" DKKSSl ONYKNTIMN.
President Katie lleitly
Mr Itegis Hannah O'Mean
Misa IMoin Lucie D Wilson
Mrs Prudence Mamie Taylor
Miss Moditte Lutitia Cmm
Misa Dasher Mary Kiy
Mra Cheese Alary Ivers
MrYunk ( (toper Doutct
Miss Pii.us Klora Morford
Mother Wise Augusta SLliuh
Mt sn .
Fceyachiit? (Kantasie Itrilhftiitc) Solo Instrumental
l.ut-ie D Wilson
UrandTiio Un Pianos
Alices Wilson, Schuh, Taylor, ltrarjeii, Cary
"t ome away, Come away!" Song and Chorus
Misses Taylor, Metcalf, Schuh, lianuoii, try,
Ulmstead and Morford.
CONI-KUIMSli OK MKDAL8 lull DKi'UlM
A1LNT AND DIUCiKNl K-.
Caiho, 111., Thursday F.vening,
June 22, 170. j
There seems to have been more life in
business circles in this cily since our last
i isuo than there has been for some time
before. The weather has been clear and
very warm, and yesterday the thermom
eter Indicated the hottest day of the sea
son, staading 82 lu tho shade at 10
o'clock In the morning. The Ohio river
has conic up considerable within the past
week, but it is now falling again. The
river trade is fair. Hates to the South re
Flour is unchanged. The stocks are
large and the demand very light. There
Is a very good local demand for t hoice
and good mixed hay. Outside of tho
local business hay is very quiet. Corn
is moderately active. The receipts have
been light, and prices are Unit. Oats are
also coming in very slowly. The supply
Is light aud the demand Is moderate.
Meal aud bran are plenty and dull. 11 ut
ter Is plenty and quiet, with prices going
down. Eggs are scarce aud lu demand.
Poultry is in active demand. Vegetables
are plenty and very quiet. Fruits, such
as raspberries, cherries and gooseberries,
are uiore plentiful and prices are mod
erate. THE -MAI1KE 1'.
ijtsjrOur friends should bear in miud
that the prices here given are usually for
sales from first hand-i hi round iote, lu
filling orders and lor broken lots It Is
iieivpss-irj' to charge an advance over
Flour has been quiet. The demand Is
light with full stocks. Sales noted since
our last Issue are 400 bbls. various grades(
$3 50(2.(1 00 ; 200 bbls. various grades,
$4 00(u,Q 50; 100 bbls. various grades,
$1 UK! m ; loo bbls. Val ium irrade.
i'i,7 Tit); 7h fihl.-t. variotH trades,
city, f I 0S u'J.
The demand for hay it limited to the
local trade, and only choice and good
tnixeil is iM'Ing old. We note the sale
ot 1 car choice timothv, tl 11,00: 1 car
mixed. ; 1 cargllt edge limoibv,
There U little changu In the com mar
ket kIiico Monday. Tho de.nand l
lretty good, aud the sujiply Is light with
few receltiU. We note the sale of one
car white, In bulk, loc; 1 car white. In
sacks, r0c.; 1 car white, In sacks, 50c.;
2 cars white, in bulk, -HfiJc.; 2 cars
white, in bulk, 4tt3;-IGc.
The receipts of oat s have not increased,
and the sunply U light. There Is a fair
demand and prices are lir m at quotations.
The sales noted were 1 car (Jalemt in
bulk. ::jc; 1 car Galena in bulk, :i2c; 100
sack mixed JOc; 1 car mixed in sacks
Cotintiy am' city meal remain very
quiet. The market is well supplied. We
note the sale of 50 sa ks city $2 .1"; 1 car
country $2 20.
Bran is plenty and dull. We note the
sale of 500 sacks $10 50.
Large receipts of butter since Monday
have increased the supply po much that
prices have fallen, under a light de
maud. We note the sale of 10 pkg-i
.Northern Illinois, llfelsc; 10 pkgs
Southern Illinois, ll.v;; 3 pkgs choice,
VJc ; 3 pkgs common, 12.;; 10 pkgs
choice, lCi ji.
The demand for ega is good. They
are scarce. e note the sale ol 10 cases
The demand for poultry i.s very good
at prices quoted. There is. not mm h in
inarKei. enoietne sale of .1 cmips
hens, S3 (0; 2 cotis hens, $:l 50.
Yegetiibles are plenty and dull, and go
lug down In price gradually. We note
the sale of 10 barrels new potatoes $2 00;
") barrel new onions $3 00.
C'hcrrica and raspberries nre In coming
more plentiful, and are declining in price
gradually. Gooseberries are also on sale
and bring good prices. No sales we re
illDKS AND FL'IJS.
Fl its ilea ver No. 1 $2 50: No. a
tl 50; No. 31; No. 4 5tle. Otter No.
I $0 ; No. i $4 ; No. 3 $2; No. 4 1.
Mink No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c; No. 3 5(ie;
No. 4 10c. llaccoon No. 1 70c; No. 2
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk No.
I cvMj No. 2 00c; No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3
50c ; red fox No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c.
Opossum No. 1 10c; No. 2 He; No. 3,
5c, Muskrat-No. 120c; No. 2 15c; No.
3 10c. Hear No. I $10; No. 2 $7 No. 3
$3; No. 41. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2 50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 1 ; No. 4 75c;.
l'rairie Wolf No. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 5th:
Wild I 'at 25c. House Cat 10c. lladger,
Siif.k.i' Pklts Green 75c fji $5 25 ; dry
40 (, !0c ; (-hearing 10 (.; 20e.
We quote salt in car load lots. J 150;
less than cttr load lots, $1 75. We note
the sale of 200 bbls. $1 50.
We quote Paradise anil Mt. Carbon on
trai-K, lump, $.(; nut, ; Uelivereii car
load per ton. lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75
delivered per single ton, lump, $1 ; nut
?.i 2 J.atim or llarrisimr" coal on
track per load. lump. $27 : nut. $ I (i ; de
livered per ton, $3 Ml; Pittsburg coal
car loads on track, $5 50 per' ton : single
not. delivered, $.
WAR Dkl'AHTMkNT KlVER RtPOIIT,
.lime "J ISTO
i a nova
STATION. LOW WATKR. CIIANCK..
! rr. in. t. is.
Cairo ...I 'M H i
l'lttxhurir I .17 'i
Cincinnati I 10 1 Xi H
lxuinvillu 4 ii J 1
NanhvillM - ! 4 u 0 4
hi. Luili V A ii u
KvallBVille ti u :l
Mi-!ll,hiH Jo 7 i
ii-kHliur .17 in u a
NewOrh-uOi) 4 .'1 it 11
llclow nigh water of 1S7.
.lA.MKst W ATJi )N ,
SrrKi-ant, Signal Service, C S. A.
Steamer Jim Fl.sk, Paducah.
" Illinois, Memphis.
" City ot Helena, St. Louis.
44 City of Vlcksburg. Vleksburg.
" Hermuda. Nashville.
" Andy liauni, Memphis.
" Ooldcn IJule, Cincinnati.
" Leopard and tow, St. Louis.
Steamer Jini Fisk, Paducah.
' City of Vlcksburg, St. Louis.
" City of Helena, Yickfeburg.
" Andy liauni, Cincinnati.
" Uolden Pule, New Orleans'.
" leopard aud tow, Ohio river.
The Illinois passed up on Wednesday
night from .Memphis for Paducah. where
she goes on the docks for repairs.
Tlie Golden Pule- arrived from Cin
cinnati yesterday morning. She had an
excellent trip for New Orleans. She
made additions at Paducah ol 'J.h) hhds
tobacco. She got nothing here, having alj
The Andy Uatiui from Memphis
passed up with a fair trip.
The City of Helena had a good trip
for Memphis and Vicksborg. She added
about 30 tons here.
The Leopard passed up tho Ohio
from St. Louis w'th a tow of iron.
The James Flsk had a very good flip
Tho llcrtuudit camedowu from Nash,
vllle light, and will lay up here.
The yulcksteji, under tho care of
Captain 1-ce, U coining from Memphis,
aud will go to Metropolis for a new hull-
Capt. Vcrhoff s at Loulsvillo pros
pecting for a trip U Sew Orleans for the
Peytoua aud barges. Tho CauiieiJw
nal says Capt. Vcrhoff has a proposition
under advisement to take a tow of coal
to the mouth of White river.
Illinois Central I .' ail road, OHlce (Jener-
nl Southern Atrotit. Cairo. June 2Mli
l-7(5. To person wishing to attrmt fh
Democratic convention at St. Loni.
lime 27th: W will sell excursion tick-
i ts to St. Iuis and return at 15 00:
will commence sab- of tl kets ,?nne 25th ;
good lo return until .Inly 1st lifchtslve.
J as. doiixsox,
0-22 Ct Gen'l Southern Agent.
Mill I Another Heiliirtlnn In Rmlntita
In rro.hr lh t'nlr ami llneeaaes
Hnllronsl 'miiimny .
- 25 00
C. S. Nawtkr,
General Ticket Ggent.
The undersigned Is prepared fo pump
ut and repair cisterns or build new ones
on short notice and at satisfactory price.
J. S. Hawkins,
23d and Cedar streets. Postolliue box
Linen libre, plate lliihsh, letter and note
paper at the Hli.i.k.tix office. Blue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
Dr. Smith has removed his
rooms 8 ami 9, Winter's block,
fin Seventh ssrecr.
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallerr.
Will be received at the city clerk's olliee
until Monday, July 3d, 170, for the eity
printing lor our vear. Said tiids must lu
elude tue eoi-t sirpuhlishing Hie council pro
ccciliiiL's, unlinaiiccs, and notices ot all
kinds itiM i'teil by any city officer or by or
der of tlie eity council. The city reervi
the right to reject any tun I all Mils.
J AS. VV. STKNVAKT,
Caiho. Ills., June ait, isTti. City tlerk.
Will be received at tlie city elei k's ntlice
until Monday, July 3d, 170, lor furnishing
till lumber the city may require during
the li-csl yrnr ruiliii'' December illst, H7i.
-aid lumber to be irrod sound white or
burr oak, tree from sap or bad knots, and
to he of such dimensions not exceeding
twenty-four leet in length and to he de
livered ih Htu-li quantities und utsuili times
as the street committee may direct. The
ity reserves the riifht. to reject any and all
hida. Jan. W. Sikwakt,
Cairo. Ills., June 21, ls7fl. City Clerk.
i JW t
All liiinor dealers whose licenses expire
fitly 1st, are untitled that they inu.-t have
new bonds exetitel and tiled in this office
on or bt hiro TuesdHy, .1 ill v 4th, ia order
thai the council may take action thereon at
its lirnt regular meeting in July.
JAS. . TKW AKT, C;lty CletK.
JOHN H. MULKEY,
Attorney at I-nw.
Ill ritR : At reaideDra on Ninth 9trwt.br
tweruWiKhiiiKtoit avenue anil Walnut Mt.
'I - . M . 1 . 1
FOR FARMS !
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL WELD 3-INCH IE0N.
.Inst whilt Is wanted. Send S-fent atunii fir
imilur tn KMI'lliK 1'HKTAItl.K HUi.K Co.
Truy, New York. ;t-i!tf
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 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
A I SO, fiKAI.KRH IN
AM UTIIKU I'ltoDCCE.
nitil 7 J Vina Ht IW., O
icreuci til CiiflUtr. Ibjntii Mm Qtullty
Lincoln Butter Powder
Jool Fresth Bulter all turn Vear Kunuil
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
I liH-oln Huttir Powder U an entirely
iKinnlt'ss nrttole made from a celebrated
Knslislt reeiiie, and now iu daily nse by
many of the most noted farinein iu the
butter couuti around l'bll:idel ltia.
lu bot went lu-r tliu fonder niaWe butter
inueb liruier aud tveeter ttiatl it Usmilty U,
and km p it fruoi tiirnJitg laucid. It slo
reiuovea the strong flavor of turnips, garlic,
weeds, e'oii Ktiilks, t-ut'ou keed, etc.; alid
tlio itit-reased ylr" I of butter much more
than pay tlie iritliog enpenna of uning iu
S3 Out a er faekajr.
W hoiks alb Ukcot : loti!Vrket St
M lrv(. tk.
t liurti'nsi hv tlx
Btstta ut llliiMue
for Ih expire
purpoM o gi is(f
ut Liucit lata mclu?
iu wi !- ol pi ivaila, chrunio, stud urinary di-m-
lu all Ihrtr cuiiilirttvsl firn. It u well
kuuwu tkal Dr. JiuitM baa luod at tbaaswlolT
llir pruluuititt fur Hue ptwl yura. Aa at4
sikiirru-tiivan'all-iuuiuruut. NvawlMal tavasat
ktrssa, nifc-til kwbva by UnnJika. piiuplra urn lit
fww. lol suaubnud, tta ponilinly Ic csn4
Ijtitiiss wauling the 11.0..I Ot-licsla attratioa. aH
urtt nbi. I'lcmsstil home fur latlieul. A miok
(or lh million, atarriajc liunia, ' IssUa
you aU abuul thuadiara.w svna ahtwltl asssrry
s hy uot 10 oeaU lo J taa'- If - "
hu nt roowaatid unlut t-u a u e Ua
Ilia diM-tur in. b.a.r. v a iu. to 1 b.at- ua
ttav-, lu la I.'. AU UW- etTitrtly esasWar
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