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LYNCH ft HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county lands, t'airo l!s
exchange for St. l.onls prnc-rty.
. foil BALK.
Til MMllll ball Of UtC "I'il.jt" lniUC Hi
Cottage on Sixth street near Wash
Cottngeon Kljchtli trcit m-ar Wal
lwelliiK. cornT Twcnty-lomth and
First floor of briok dwelling comer
NincUtnth and Poplar streets.
Cottuge on Fourth htnet, In-twecn
Commercial and Washington avenue.
Cottage on Ninth Street, west of Wal
("ottatfe on Fourteenth strict, went
ttf Washington avenue, $11
Saloon and 11 xt urea, southwest enrn
zr Kightecnth street and tVunincrclal
avenue, at a bargain.
Cottage on Twelfth street, west ol
.'ominercial avenue, $10.
Iiwelling house on t'ross street, wi-s
ul Washington avenue.
Business house on Lcvce strict, above
A good eottng on Twenty-Ninth
treet, near Commercial avenue.
Wore tfM on Commercial avenue,
next to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 root on Twenty-third
trect, $0. (jood yard and cistern.
(jood dwelling houst- mi Walnut, 1m
tween Twenty-second and Twinty-th'rd
t recti, $10.
Store-room corner Twentieth and
oplar streets, $12 UK
Htore room adjoining above,
IIoum" on Commercial avenue, neat
Itrtli ttntt. Suitable for bu.-iucVs and
Tenements iitimliereil 8 and 3,
Winter Row. ft room caeh for $lo
fr month. Will lx put in IliM-cIa-
Store room In "I'ilot House," lately
M-ciipled Wy A. Halle) .
1 welling lion on Sixth street and
leRerAon avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building anl picini
'eg. Rent low. to a (rood ten-int.
Stor room, corner Twenlieth and
taniuUn avenue, f 12 a montii.
ftoortrs In various parts ol the eliy.
FOH I.KASK OK SALK.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near t'aini.
Tho 4 ewfttrMlnl nurte.-liir Illber-
' tf4M tm tat I rani .
Th ritrvt'tiH' movement, inaugurated
lor the purpose ol inuking arrangemnntH
to celebrate the Centennial Fourth ol
I lily, having tailed, and a later u.uve
hwnt among the firemen of tlie city to
make mieceKinl the sir.j purpose, hav
ing also failed, tb Members ol the Hi
hernian lire company, u-ncouaultatiuii,
detcrmimd to make arrangement them-
aeivc for the proper ccieiratiou ol the
great day, and to Invito the publie of
:'&iroaiid the surrounding country to
ioln it t ium i.. v ..t
otic duty. They have accord
ingly engaged Wa-hingtoii hall and
garden for the occasion and will itirow
both open to the public niht and day.
All the prominent bras ami string bands
have tx-en employe! ; a grand procession,
patriotic in ail its details, will be a dis
tinguishing feature of the event; the
iiiiuniriul Declaration ol liulependeuec
will be read by the lJrK.JohnII.)berly
and orations will he delivered by Hon.
Wm. Ilart.i ll and other illstlngiibhed
orators, and lire works will
make the heavens bright in
'the night time with patriotic tire
K very thing will Ik done to make the oc
casion a most glorious one; and to this
end all the citi.ens o Cairo ami of all
the towns and cities and country around
about us in Illinois, Kentucky and Mis
souri, are a-kel to come in and give a
helping hand. Ily order of the commit
tee. A. Sisanka,
I. J. AMiI.KnON.
IIknkv Sum t.
m. .1. iiowi.ry,
Men's good suits only Jtf.uo at Solo
tine hundred pairs ot tine all wool
youths' and boys pants of the latest
My leu will be gold at a sacrifice ; also
coats and vests Ui proportion, at
112 and 141 Commercial a venue.
Only three dollar for a nice white
Marseilles suit, coat, pants and vest. A
line silk alpaca coat only $2..V). .leans
pauts only S3 cents a pair, at
112 and 141 Commercial avenue.
The cheapest lot ot boots and shoes
can always be found at Solon. un l'arei
ra's. A ladies' line cloth laco shoe, kid
front, only $1 ; men' brosjans, only $1 ;
men's line boots only $2.50.
Fifty ilocn black tans from live
wills up to twenty-live cents for (he best ;
nlso a nicA) parasol only twcnty-ilve cents
apiece. Muslim Sold Ixfore the siason
Is over. 151 no and pink ah ribbons only
fifteen cents a yard, at Solomon l'a
rclra's. Three pairs ladies' hose for twentj--fivo
cents, three pairs childi ens' hose
only twcnty-iivo cents. Ladies' Morocco
saehels. or.Iy fifty cents, worth ono dol
lar ; and every thing else in proiortlon
can always bo found al Solomon 1'arei
rii's. for Nslr,
-VUiia Flour Mill, Indianapolis, Indiana
U run 4 feet buhrs, water power. Mill in
complete running order. Building 45x45
feet, 4 stories und basement. Would
take as part .ay mill in Southern Illinois
or Indiana. Small cash payment.
Address, Si i.i.ivax A Oaiks.
The undersigned Is prepared to pump
nit and repair cisterns or build new ones
on short notice and at patafactory prices.
d. S. Hawkins,
i.'ld and Cedar streets, l'ostotlliv box
Thirty thousand ust received (at the
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for f HKiurr.
W re aiilhorlinl to annonncr JollM II.
KlBINH4N a ranliU for Shfrifol Alrx
aiidrrciiuDty, at the coming county rlecllon.
We are anthorirH to announce ttist It. A. K'l
muu'Vniin Is an inilcpenilvnt iU'imblimn ranill
ill lr fiheiill, at the romiltiK rouuty elm'tion.
We are milhnrirH to announce PKTER S AUI',
for un Infli-iwrnlenl rnili"late for Mteriff of Al
rnlrr county, t the entulnft county election
RATRN OF ADVr.RTIMSU.
tl"AII billi for MivertiiioK, are due ami psy
ble i s adyai a
Trmnnii-nl aiWerttslnR Will be inwrted t the
rate of II 0 pertUre for the first Insertion
and yi oenU for each subequent one A liberal
Oisoeunt will be aiade oh funding and ilisjit
For inserting Funeral notice en Notice ol
meeting of sodetirt or Tl oriters o ntt for
Church, 8o4ety, Fwtival sad Piip.er notices
will only be Inwrted as Klvcrtiwrnt-nt
No advertiiienipnt will lie received at le than
60 oentR, and no uvrrtli-f incut will te inserteil
fur than three dollani wr month
liocal Bualneaa Notices, of
uov, vr Diurvj iuhtisu
in the Bulletin aa follows :
Commence Counting at ten Lines.
On insertion per Una II Cents
Two Insertions per line 7 Cents
Three insertions per line 10 Cents
Six insertions por line 16 Cents
Two weeks per line .. 26 Cents
One month per line ....36 Cents
No Redaction will be mad in above
FATL KHAV. JIT.Y1, 170.
I.oral Weatuer Keporl.
Caiuo. Ill , .lunc i i, 1ST''.
Hah. I Ilia.
V.Vll I 71
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Wind. 1 VkL. I Wiaih.
" l lair.
O l.i ruin.
JA.Mts W Ai.iON,
rrgeanl. Sianal tsi-tvi.e, I', "i. A.
Hoys' suits at I. lleilbron' for one
dollar and liltv cents a uuit only.
V AM t.U.
A gHd wash woman can tind em
ploy in ent by applying at IH 1 1 hin ctllcc
Mu-i lie a gool waslier.
nil. ft f.st iioai:i
liitbeclly can now be procured at the
St. Charle at the "U-d rwk" reduction
to $JU iM-r month. Trv it and we for
To huy yourself a pair id trogans at
!." rents, while they are so cheap, at 1.
IlciibrouV. r.itrge's old stand.
i All 1 1 ! t'Al ill:! !
I niiu- ll.nmx Citlin- to mn . hi, iul-
cliase the U st d distillery slop at the
t airo lll'tillfiy , tit IIVO Ci.r.l .t, Larr. I.
rt-2:t-Uw II. S at i.Tz, Prop r.
MM V T III V Co.
On and alter duly 1st down goes the
price of day board during the summer
months at the St. Charles hotel to 520
per month, to prompt paying day
This is the last time any one will ever
Ik; invited to lake day board at twenty
dollars a month at the St. Charles, so it
is but to improve Ibe time while you
hav e a chance. C-2.V. t
HoOMS TO 1KN T.
A neat cottage on Third street, w ith
three rooms and Summer kitchen ; also
two rooms on same street. Apply tt
I Mta House, Cairo. !-2i-tf.
loi RTn or .iri.Y i i:mos.
.lust received and for sale a choice .-:tiick
of seliH-teil and packed lemons, in f ull
boxes, which I oiler at the lowest mark
et prices. S. V.. Wilson,
li-'-T-. s;l ( Ihio levee.
Jl ST Ki:i'U i.n
A largo stwk of boots and
shoes. Hoots from $2 to ?2 40 n r pair,
and shoes from 25 cents to $2. Ion't
forget to call and examine them at 1.
Ileilbron's, Burger's old stand. (-l!i-Ct
J. OKOltCE STKIXIIOI SK
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, Is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave,
or anything else in the barber line. La
dies' and child reus' hair cut or dressed,
cither at the fchop or their homes.
AT T1IK ST. lllAltl.KS UOTM..
The day boarders at this St. t harles
recieves the same attention and service
lor sixty-seven cents wr day that the
transient 'guest pays two dollars and
twcnt-tlve cents for. It Is will enough
for day I owr Icrs to remember this fact.
A llOt'SKK ttl'KK SAVS:
Tli3 Charter Oak Cook Stove I bough.
of you has proven all it was represented
and more, anil all we could wish In a
cook stove, bakes perfectly with less fuel
than any stove we have ever used, and Is
the combination ol economy and dura-
THK FINFST IX TIIK ITTV.
The dining room at the St. Charles
has no competition In the city lor size,
ventilation and comfort. No flics or
luosuuito. while in the hottest davs a
cool draught of air sweeps through Ibe
entire room. -2V.r.t
IKSS HUN COST.
First-class lioard at secoiid-class rates
at the St. Charles. The nrices tho oro-
prietors propose to charge after the 1st
or July, is let than actual tst to them,
fit ill it enables them to keep their table
up to a fJrst-elasi standard for those who
pay lull rates. 6-2fi-5t
flet ready for the Fourth. Fine r.ilk
alpaca coats at $2 25 and fine white
shirts from 75 cents to $1 50 at l Ileil
bron's corner of Ninth street and Com
mercial avenue. G-20-fit
At a bargain, a No. 1 top-buggy. Apply
to .Iamf.si .loHxaox,
'Ainu, April :w. lTC. :it
TO 1IIR I' KM KWHU,
Any day boarder at twenty dollars per
month at the St. Charles hotel, who is
not satisfied that lie recieves lull value
for his money, will be purchased a
round trip ticket to the Centennial to
AT $20 I'KH Mo llt
None but prompt paying day boarders
will be received at the St. Charles, and
no deductions will Is made for an ab
sence of less than one week at n time,
not then unless notice is left at the olliee.
Twenty-live, fifty, seventy-live, one
hundred, or more day boarders can be
accommodated in the cool and spacious
dining room ol the St. Charles and still
ample room left for all transient guests
who may come to town. 0-l!iJ-fit
TritXKIsV KlX'lEIII t .in. v.
The Turners have arranged for a grand
t ententiial Fourth ol July celebration in
their garden, corner ol Tenth street and
Washington avenue. The garden will
lie fltUd up Willi arliticial shade trees,
and w ill Vic made the pleasantcst place
of amusement in I lie city. F.vcrybody Is
Tin: i;kamkst cklkiikatiox oi-' am.
will take place at the new Turner hall
garden. Concerts, national game", danc
ing and retreslimenls ol all kinds. Art I
lieial shades, I hlnese lanterns, decora
tions, and everybody inadehappy, arc the
general leatures ol this hwppy Fourth of
duly with the Turners. F.vrrvbody
should attend and ifive this societv tin
encouragement it deserves. f;-2,-td
IHIK AMI MOXKV savi i.
It is time aid money well .ciit ey n
in tlie hottest day to go down to the St.
Charles an I enjoy Willi comfort, a local
in the spacious, c(d and cozy dining
room, with plenty of Irc-h air, good at
tendants, nud the tables supplied Willi
the best of every thing in the market.
fi 2.". .t.
Ki.'l llr.A 1 1 U.
Kcdiiefler's Patent Lightning Kccipro
cating Kgg lleab-r, sweet cream, custard,
whip and frosting maker, l'lciniuin egg
beater of 1 I. and the hft in tht tcoril.
For sale by Chas. W. Ilendersou, general
dealer in stoves, tin and hollow ware
Commercial avenue, corner of Twcllih
"trect. Cairo, lllhioi.?. i'.-27-lui
.voitee is hereby given that ail hogs
running at large on and alter the l t day
ol July next, uiM 1 tak( 11 up ami im-
pouinl.il in ibeeify pound.
.ions i;isstiAV. dry Mar-hal.
Caiuo, Ii i... .lunc 'JO, Wi;.
I EATIII I! AMI KIXOIMis.
At the store room of C. Koch, on
Commercial avenue. No. 'M, below Sixth
street, may be found a lull assortment of
leather and findings : also a large stock
of St. Louis custom made boots and
shoes. He also keeps on hand a good as
sortment of boots, shoes, etc., of his
own make. Boots and slc.es made to
order of Hrsti-la material and satisfac
Hon guaranteed. u-2l-tf
I IKK u OlthS.
Having bought a large stock of tire
works, flags and Chinese lanterns, at a
low figure for cash, I offer them at St.
Louis or Chicago prices. If you have
a prii-e list of any dealer of cither city, I
1 will till your order for a ." or )0 lot
at their price. Yon need not send away
when you can get as cheap goods in your
own city. Fun.. M. Saic,
Corner of F.ighth street and Washington
avenue. (5-2 1 If
l l:ul caiuo lt iiiicAOO Avo i:i n :
IOK TEX KOI I.AKS.
The Cairo and Yincennes railroad of
fer the following indueemciits to persons
desiring to visit Chicago : At Cairo they
will sell excursion tickets to Yineenncs
and return, good from duly 1st to the 7th,
lor $4. At Vinccniics the Kvausville und
Crawlordsville railroad will sell round
trip tickets to Chicago, good for same
time, for JO, making only f 10 for w hole
'Keep your vest on," and call at Louis
ISlaltau s, on Klght sired, No. 2;i. It
matters not how hot you are, a glass of
Louis' ice cold lager, w ill immediately
cool you oil ; and his grand fret hot
lunch lu the morning at!), and cold lunch
at 7 p.m., is really too good to give
away. Yet, Louis invites his li lends und
the public generally to come, cat, drink
and be merry. Don't forget ibe place,
Butchers' and J trovers' F.xchauge, No.
2:1 F.ighth street, between Commcicial
and Washington avenue. u-:U) St
t.'K relator kaloon.
This popular saloon, comer Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, is oiien io
the public. The bar is supplied with
pure wines, choice liipiors. and I lie finest
brands of cigars.
:t-'2.Vtf A. Kit At s, I'roprietor.
I.I ueu 1'Hitcr.
Linen libre, plate finish, letter and note
paper at tho Bi i.lktix ofllce. Blue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prices.
Taken up on Saturday, Juno 21th, a
cow and call. Apply to .1. II. .Metcalf,
opjaisito the court house. 5-27-:it
All lluuor dealers wliohs heensrs exnlru
July lt, are notiiieu tint liiry must have
new boud exfruuieii ami tiled in tliis oilu e
on or bvfore Tucsiiay, July 4th, la order
that the council may take action thereon at
ill ortt regular tueetinv id July.
J as. W, ikwart, City f i tk.
RATIFY! RATIFY ! !
The Tilden and Hendricks Grand
tu Take Place MoikImjt I. veiling !er.
July Sril, el MArke.lense ftiiinre
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The Tilden and llendi icks firand B it
ilication Meeting, heretofore announcid
for Ibis evening, lias been postponed un
til Monday evening, July :rd, the i ve of
the Centennial Fourth. Tho meeting
w ill take pi, tec on Market -house Sipiaro
Wosbiiigton avenue and Tenth street.
Judges W. J. Allen, John 11. Mulkty,
John 11. Oberly, S. P. Wheeler, F.-p,
Judge W. II. (ire ll and other, will id
drcss the meeting. !
Full particulars will lo published in
Sunday mnrning's Bi i.i.ki ix. j
ODDS AND ENDS.
An llnllieretl III lor MornliiK teailers.
Bargains to-day at O. llaylliorn &
Co's. : 7-l-:it
The Mound City people arc getting
ready to celebrate the Fourth. Tin ora
tor ol the day m ill bu John Linegar, K-fp
It will pay you to see ihc new goods
just received by O. Ilavthorn i Co.
The itepuhlieiilis of I'llhl-U hold
their precinct meetings for the election
ol delegates to the county convention to
day. One hundred pieces of hoire sljlu
prints just opcnci'. by O. Hay thorn ct
Co. " 7-1 -It
A serious stabbng allrai took place
nt Metropolis a few nights igo, in which
a saloon keeper nanr.'d Kd.Nennycr was
A large lot of bo's' huts worth $ I 2."
will be sold for ."i ccits ca'-i at O. Ilay
thnrn & Co. 7-1 -:!t
The Iteino ratic i:tilica ion meeting
lias been postponed ui.til Aomlay night.
It will be a big thing. I'.vey I tetnocrat
in the city will be presmt.
Blundville, Kentucky, vill celebrate
the Fourth by a picnic, hall and barbe
cue, anil .some ot our luii-Lving young
men w ill be in attendance.
(I. Hay thorn A Co. h.ve just re
ceived a new addition to tieir stock of
men's and l.elie-' line sloes md slippers.
We are always ahead in tyle, (juality
and ptice. (1. Haythori & o. G-:5( :!t
The famous steainc, the n.ee horse
of the Western waters, h the observed of
all observers. She has tccii visited by
hundreds since landing hi re.
There i talk of tin organization of a
Tilden and Hendricks' dub in Cairo, and
also of a Hayes and Wfoclc: l lub. Tie"
latter, we undeiMaml, ivill lie known by
the name of the 'SealpTs."
The Lord's Supne? will be celebrated
in eonucctlon witii the rcgul.ir scrvi-e in
the I'resbyteiian ihurch tc-morrow
morning. A preparaiory se-rvire will be
hclil this evening al s o'clock. l!ev. I r.
Thayer, of Vinceimrs, fonner pastor of
the chliivb, will M'eacb tn-innrrAu. oven.
An atteu.j't was made to burn the
new wagon factory of W. R. Brooks at
Mound City on Thursday night. The
flames were discovered by two hdics
who were making their way to the (.'airo
and Yincennes depot, who gave the
alarm and the lire was put out before any
great damage was done.
Those wishing to indulge in a gay
and joyous trip should not for -Jet Hie
excursion on the steamer A rl.anij. Belle
from this city to F-vansvillc. Captain
Ben Howard commands, and Waller
Pennington docs the honors behipl the
desk, and with these two to look; after
the wsnts of their guests, a merry, time
cannot tall to follow. 1 he lielle k aves
Mr. and Mrs. I tan Hogan rcluncil
from their eastern trip to Mound I Ity on
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cold, vc under
stand, will leave this city Khorlly, for a
visit to the entennial.
-Rev. L. A. Wells, rector of l!' F.ds
eopal church at Mound City lias gone to
seud his summer vacation.
Miss Nellie Arnaut, of PadtiCih, is in
the city visiting at the residence of Mr.
Thomas Wilson, on Seventh stref.
W. II. Morris, Judge Green Jewett
Wilcox, John tj. Harman, atu'Charles
Henderson, who were at the M. Louis
convention, icturiicd yesterday.
Mrs. W. II. Morris and faiiily and
Miss Lila Morris, leave tin city on
Wednesday, the former to vsit friends
and relatives in Wisconsin, .nl the latter
for her home.
Among the arrivals a. the St. Charles,
yesterday, were T. B. Midland, Spring
Held, Mo.; tj. W. Bolhbirn, Fast Pern
brook, New Jersey; tJ, iV. Mood, New
Athens; T. A. Riehardion. St. Louis;
K. J. tlell'ery, (,'hicago; arcncc Slice -hau,
Cincinnati; A. Bcch, Newark, N.
J.; B. P. Anderson aul J. K. R. Ray,
Hon. J. M. Bigger, c .M. Fisher and
Janice A. Houston, of ltducali ; J. ft.
Johnston and W. M. ReeJ, of Benton ;
C. 11. Thompson, ol llandville; L.
Hiiutiugtoii, T. J. Nuuii ai 1 J. W. Bliss
and son, allot whom hiv.i been at St.
Louis in attendance on the National con
vention, passed through this city for
their homes yesterday.
A llewler Nnjst
During nn experience of over twenty
years in the stove business, I have never
seen a stove that gave such universal sat
isfaction to purchasers as the Charter
Oak in nil the essential points that com
bine to make up a Urst-class stove, and I
consider it not only Ibe cheapest, but the
Is'st stove for the money 1 ever sold.
Dr. Smith ha1 removed bis otUee to
rooms 8 and i, Winter' Mock. Kritrance
on Seventh ssreet.
Whnt tl Mny r.sprel n I lie Ituirlh
A blllls Ptogramma of tlis Day's Proceed
injfS. The joliticallon of the Turner society
will take place In their hall, corner of
Tenth and Poplar streets. The entire
building and gardens will be handsomely
decorated with fl igs, banners, evergreens
and flowers, and the gardens shaded with
artillejn! trees. The festivities will con
sist or a picnic in Ihc day and a ball at
night, to , hich i very good citizen i.
The celebration ot the various organ
izations of tills city, promise to make
Cairo a lively place on Tuesday, the
Fourth. The Hibernian lire company
will bold forth at Seheil's hall and gar
dens, with a firemen's ball, and the Indi
cations arc that it will be a big afl'air.
The company, in lull uniform with their
engine and npnrntu beautifully decorat
ed, and headed by a brass band,
followed by the St. Patrick's benevolent
society, numlicring nearly a hundred
men lu full regalia, will parade the
streets in the morning, starting at ten
o'clock, and repair to tho picnic gardens
In time for dinner. The procession will
number about four hundred.
The Boating club will hold their pic
nic at Parker's grove, on the narrow
gunge. Dancing, croipiet, fidiing nnd
other amusements will be the order ot
the day, and a very pleasant time is ex.
nected. The public is cordially invited
to Join the party.
The members of the Free Will IS.ip
tist church will hold a barbecue on the
grounds back of Walnut street, near the
African Methodist F.piscopal church, nnd
also an lee cream festival, lor the pur.
pose of raising money to liquidate the
debt if the church.
La, but by no means least, comes the
colored Odd Fellows and Masons' cele
bration, which will undoubtedly be the
largest demonstration ever held by col
ored people in this section of country,
providing the weather Is favorable. It, is
expected that three thousand colored
people will visit the city on that day
The procession will consist of nearly a
thousand men Odd Fellows, Masons,
and members of various organizations
from home and abroad, in the lull regalia
of the organization to which they belong.
Besidca these there will be one hundred
boys, representing the onehundrcd years
of tho country's independence. A large
number of young women, representing
the thirteen original colonics, the Fif
teenth amendment, and the thirty-seven
States, elo'lied in white, and sealed In
wagons decorated with evergreen, will
follow the footmen.
The procession, after parading the
streets, w ill halt on Commercial avenue,
between Sixth nnd F.ighth streets, and
take a special train for Centennial
l! rove." where dinner will be spread.
After dinner, orations will be dclicorcii
by seveiul of tin: most noted colored
speakers in the South and West, and by
John .1. Bird, of this city.
Trains will run from the city to the
picnic grounds every hour.
The celebration will be brought
close at night by a ball and supper.
A Dity.l.nUorcr Hoalen Out of un liven
An Iri-h laborer on the C, A. and T.
railroad, having received his pay lrom
the company a few days ago, come
to Cairo for a "little fun, you
know." Ho fell in with some of the
"boys" all bull) good fellows, you
know, and got a little'diow come yen so."
They all done the town together, and
yesterday morning Ibe Irishman found
himself alone, with not enough money
left to buy his breakfast. He reported to
tlic'police.to whom he stated that whoever
it was who got bis money, had made a
raise ot an even hundred dollars.
I.eller l.isl .
The following is a list of letters re
maining uncalled for in the post olliee at
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois, Satur
day. July 1 :
Ladies Armstrong h'.; Bouihet, .leu
hie ; Ilctklcy, Susan ; F.asjcy, Klvira ;
Kdward-', Mattie; Horuer, Kmma ;
Jones, Maggie ; Kinnear, Bctlie ; Meyers,
Kiiiuia ; Moore. A; L; Mills, Julia;
Saylcr, Sarah ; w right, Anna; Young.
Cents Barnes, Alfred; Britton, Frank
W.; Baldwin, John; Boyikll, R. L.;
Bradley Wm.; Clark, Jeff M.; Clare
John 7; Dunne, Pierce; Egcll, J. D.;
KnglUli. Rkh'd; Easley, Thos.; Evans,
W. L. C; Farrcll. C. B.;
Forney, c. D.; Flaig, V.;
Grant, P. M.; Graham, W, C; Carrimau.
C. W.; Howard, James ; Harty, Wm.i
Johnson, J. W.; Jvilgore, II. S.; Idol, A.
S.; Lambert, John; MeCammon, C, S.;
Mosby, Charles; MeRight, James; Mur
phy, Jess; McCloweu, L. J.;
Meyers, J. E.; Moornyan, P.;
Nash. Pat. K.; Parrott, Sig.; Parker,
Dagy; Potter, E. J.; Phillips, J. c.;
Spencer. Mr.; "mllivan, Joseph; Sher
wood. J. O.; Smith, Win.; Scott, Jus. II.;
Saunders, M. W.; Turner, A. P.; Wright,
.las.; Wrig, J. J.
Persons desiring any of the above let
ter should please say "Advertised."
iKO. W. Mi IvKAlli, P. M.
Yesterday morning at 1 o'ekock, of
measles, Minnie llasenjager, daughter ot
Henry and Caroline llasenjager and
grand-daughter ol Chas.lU illrich aged 21
mouths. The friends ol tho family aro
invited to meet at Hie house, on Mnth
street between Coini.icr;l;:l and Wash
ington avenue, at 2 o'clock p. m., to-day.
The remains will ! taken to Villa
Ridge on the 3 o'clock train.
The Woman's Club and Library As
sociation will mwt at Mrs. Col. I. B.
Hudson's, corner of Slith and Walnut
streets, this Saturday afternoon at four
o'clock. By order of the president.
At Horns Aftnln.
Rev. c. Ducrschncr, pvfor of the
German Lutheran church has returned to
Cairo after an absence ot nine weeks In
the South. He wishes us to announce
that services w ill tie held regularly in his
church nt the usual hours. 7-l.1t.
Caiko, 111., Friday Evening, l
Juno 30, 1S7U. ;
A heavy rain and wind storm visited
this section on Wednesday evening, and
was followed by a heavy rain this morn
inirdhat has made the streets very muddy
The Ohio river Is again on the rise.
Since our last report there has been
very little change in the position of the
general trade of the city.
Flour Is ipiiet, w ith good stocks and a
very light demand. There has been lib
eral receipts of hay of all grades; the de
mand Is light. The corn market is quiet;
there is a good supply on hand, with
buyers rather scarce; the inquiry is now
mostly forcorn for the mills, ami several
cir loads quoted below were bought for
milling purposes. Oats are in limited
supply, but the inquiry tor them Is very
light. Meal and brnn arc quiet and dull.
The butter market is very well supplied,
with a demand only moderatly good;
good Northern butter, however, will sell
well at about IS cents. The demand for
eggs Is light. They are in good supply.
Poultry is in good demand. Vegetables
are plenty and very dull. There has been
considerable ot a filling oil' in in.; d
maud tor smatl fruits, and especially for
raspberries. The market is full of all
fegfOur friends should bear in mind
that the prii-cs here given arc usually tor
sales from first hands In round lots, lu
lilling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary lo charge an advance over
these figures." VjU
Flour is very quiet and dull. The
market is largely supplied with all
grades. Sales were 100 bbls various
grades on orders. $1 'fflufi !u ; 100 bbls
choice family, $u 50 ; -InO bbls various
grades city, J.l .VKjIl M 100 bbls XXX.
$. 2."; :t00 bbls various grades, $:Iki! f0
ThW market is well supplied with all
grades. The demand is nominal. No
sales were reported.
'There is a light demand for col li. 'The
supply is limited. We note the sale of
2(10 sacks mixed, .VJo ; 2 cars white in
bulk, 'tie; 1 car white in bulk. 41c; 1
car white in bulk -lie; 1 car white in
hulk. 4 to ; 2 cars while in sacks, txc; 1
car white in sacks, 50c.
There is a good supply ol oats on hand
lor i he trade, which is light, and prices
have declined a frille. We note th '
of 1 car r.nlunn in nicks, H7c ; 2 cars Ga
lena in bii'ik, Xlc ;
Both f t.u at ry and city meul urc plenly
and dull. We iiotu ibe sale of l ear and
.j oft ""'is city, ?2 3.1 ; no sales of country
We note the sale ot 000 sacks bran ot
$10 50. There Is an abundance in mar
kit ; the demand is nominal.
The market is well supplied with a
very light demand. There Is some in
quiry lor good Northern, which will sell
at about le. We note the sale of S
buckets choice Southern Illinois, lGc; 300
lbs Southern Illinois, 12(u liic.
'The market is well supplied with a
light demand. We note the sale of 200
There is a good demand lor choice
poultry at good prices. No sales were re
'There has been very liberal receipts of
small fruits since our last rcpoit. The
supply has been good at all times, and
the demand lias fallen off considerably.
The sales ol raspberries noted were 14
crate red, f I 00 ; 30 crates black, $2 00
We quote salt in car load lots. $1 50 ;
less than car load lots, Jl 75. ' We note
the sale of 200 bbls, $1 50.
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon on
track, lump, $3; nut, $2; delivered car
load per ton. lump, $3 50; nut, $2 75
delivered per single ton. lump, $1 ; nut
S3 25; Ran in or llarrisbuig coal on
track per load. lump. $27 : nut, $16; de
livered per ton, $3 50; Pittsburg coal
car loads on track, $5 50 per tun : single
not, delivered, $0.
IIIDKrt AND FCBH.
Fl its Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 3
fl 50; No. 3$l; No. 4 50c. Otter No.
I $U; No. 2 $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c; No. 3 50e;
No. 1 10c. Raccoon No. 1 70c; No. 2
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No, 4 10c. Skunk No.
I s5e No. 2 lilk'; No. 3 30c; No. 4 l.V.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c ; No. 3
50o ; red fox No. 1 $t ; No. J 75c.
Opossum No. 1 10c ; No. 2 Sit ; No. 3,
5c. M uskrat -No. 1 20c ; No. 2 1 5c ; No.
3 10c. Bear No. I $10; No. 2 $7 No. 3
$3; No. 4$1. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2 50; No. 2$1 75; No3$l; No. 4 75c;.
Prairie Wolf No. 1 $1 25; No. 2 50c
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut 10c, Badger,
Siikki- Pklis Green 75c S) $1 25; dry
40 (ij HOC ; shearing 10 (a. 20n.
"' 1 - ' ,
A8CAL.UX LOOUE, NO. II.
f nniptliui Ol I ) ilium, mwui rvery n-
r'rlluw.' iUO lfoK,
I lutuocllor lomnutmlrr.
ALKXAKDKU I.OUUE, NO. 224.
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Jf Iowa, iimxi every Thurmlur niybt
"'lin'" al liaif eTa, in tlitur nail uu
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r.'.'.t Cu Lams, N li
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4 in U.M- i llo' 1U1I tu IL Ural aud tliixii
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fw lluMrriiUr r41iu1uuon.at.oB ia Ma-Xtiuu-
Hill, corner louinurcial itfcuue
' xanJ Eighth atrwt, oa ths acvoa4 &x4
NurUi MobiIut vl'Mcb month.
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4 AMF.S WATSON,
SgTgfant, Slirnal sn-ric, t'. S. A.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Ed Hobbs and tow, St. Louis.
Jos. B. Williams and tow, N. O.
" A. J. Baker and tow, South.
" (Jrey Hound, South.
Bismarck, New Orleans.
" Laura L. Davis, South.
" Polar Star and bnrge. St. Louis.
T. T. Hillman, Nashville.
" Fontenelle, Pittsburgh.
Steamer ,im Fisk, Paducah.
" E I Ilobhs and tow, Ohio river.
' Joscpb ll. WilliHins Ohio river.
" Bismarck, St. Louis.
" Laura L. Oavis, st. L i.,-
Polar Starand barge, X t-l"-'de.
T.T. Hillman, Nashvi.ic
" Fontenelle, St. Louis.
'The Ed. Hobbs has a tow of ore iroui
St. Louis for the Obio.
The Jos. B. Wi!!-ms passed up with
11 tow ol c-inpty barges.
The A. .1. Baker, after taking the
tow of the Grey Hound South, returned
with the empty barges to Islaud No. 10.
made last to the Grey Hound and to wed
her to this port w here she w as sent to
the bank for repairs. The Baker takes
the empty tow up the Ohio.
'The Bismarck passed up with a fair
The Laura L. Davis lias a circus and
menagerie, w hich she takes to St. Louis.
The Polar Star passed up from St.
Louis for tlie Tennessee river with an
Tlie Hillman had a very light trip of
iron and other freight from Nashville.
J J Tlie Fontenelle has a good trip
from Pittsburg and way points for ht.
Louis. She put oil here l)0 tona railroad
Iron tor New Orleans, and passed on.
4th of July Celebration,
IIY THE CAIRO
Via f 'iro and St. I.ouli Railroad.
JlITTIjo C. B. A. wilt celebrate the
Fuiirih 01 .lulv bv inothrr rtoli;bttul Bas
ket Fienic at Parker's Grove, and are offer
In? every 111 tuceinent to parties wishing to
rnjoy s pleasant exeuryi n from the cit to
join thout LveryilUni' will li Jne for the
comloi t and entertainment of those parti
cipating In ttu) avent ; and lo those who
have no, yet viMted the grounds, be it
stuteil that the C. and St. L. It, K. train
poruyou comfortably to the grove in forty
ruiniitps, where you arrive lu ol ttinde,
and rtuil everything at your hand for en
joyment the lake and good fl-hlnif Inclu
Zincing and Tithing Will bt tia leidicg
riitures o! tb Jij,
Toirether with all Oames of ths Bsason.
A Good Time Guaranteed!
Come ono, come all, and Enjoy a
Day in the Woods. Hefreah
ments on the Grounds Ioe
TICKETS for the round trip, good on
any ol the several tram-: Oeudeinen, 7
i-uti; Ladle. Js rent; Children uuder IS
year, -5 cenN. For sale alter the 1st of
July, at w (iauioy's ilrmr store, fourth
ward; Parclay' 011 Waahiogion aveuue,
nnd ill" Arlington House, doun luwn Also
at the depot, lo t of Wa'nut street.
Trains leave dep t : 8::!0 and 10 43 a. ni.
and 1:00 l 111. Uelurning: 4:3" snd 5:W
N. B. Pishins Tacklo w 11 be
Furnished by the Association.
CAIRO BOATINO ASSOCIATION
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Arenue
Advances made on CooMLiiisnts. Ab
stracts ot Titles luado, Ceuveyances and
l ulli'ciioiis uiieliui-il tu.
ATTKMION' Tti IH'SINESS AN'D
1 "It )M IT It KM 1 IT A N C 1:5.
Auction Salts Every Saturday Moniinf.
I.mi OB DEALKBM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whole' and Ketail Healer in
Foreign and Domeytlo
of all hixdm,
No. 60 Ohio Levee
MISH?. SUTTn A CO savs (dtatly
a latf stock ol Ui Uat twt u u uj
let, il tvcepeiai atuiutua tolas iia
ranvu v. lbs tuaui.