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AKCAI.UN I.OIM1K, NO, 61.
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LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
- Ilniisf on Ninth strict, betwu 'ii Wab
nut mid Cedar streets, $1.".
.Storeroom on Lou-u sliict, abou
Two good cottages on Twenty-Ninth
treet, near Commercial avenue
SStorw loom on Comtiificlal nvomn,
next to Witvcily hotel, f 10.
tiooil dwelling limi-n on Walnut, be-
tweeii Twcnty-Ktcoiiil :inil Tucnly-th'iil
Store-room corner Twentieth and
I'oplamtreets, $l:i W).
Storo room adjoining nbou-,
'I'wodtorv hniieon ."ith Mrcct, et
ol Wn-hlnjfton avenue, $15.
House on Walnut street, near Center
Iilens.nit premises, li! ."0.
llonsi; on Commercial avenue, neur
)0th street. Suitable for bu(-Iii--i anil
Winter's liloilf- Miitablo for Hotel
Oillees or lluihtcss rooms cheap.
Tenement numbered I, S, 0 anil
10, Winter's liow, 5 room-) with for $10
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue 1 room, i".
--Store room In "Pilot llout-e," lately
occupied hy A. Ilulley.
Dwelling house on .Sixth Mreet and
,le(!'er.oii avenue $10.
Orphan A-lum building ami pit ml
fes. Kent low, to a "oil ten int.
Store room, norm r Twentieth anil
Washington avenue, 51:! a month.
Itoouu In various part ot the elty.
UiiuN, In tracts to Milt, near Cairo.
ItuoM-t id Hunt. 1'our rooms, anil a
neat cottage on Thlnl Street, free from
nipu water, ami In good eomlillon. Kn-tiulri-
of Wm. .Mcllale, at the Delta
hoiifc. - ti-io-tr.
A. Hai.lky. A liuelot of table anil
pocket cutlery, also i-padc, shovel
hoei, rakes. fork,axcs auila general line
of hard want jil-t received hy A. Ilulley,
ll'i Conuncrrlal .ivenue. :MS-:im.
.Ii r Hixkivkh' A. Ilalley ha ju-t
rifl.i il a line lot of canary ami mock
itij; hinl cages, Mower stand", Mower
trainers lml.cls archer, heart-, ami
wreathe, which he ha marked very low,
at ll'i Commercial aeuiii-. 2-lS-:!m.
l'r.ni'i!0 ATtMi Kt;ti IIkvtki!. 5-wcct
Cn-aiii. ('u-l.uil Whip .-md l'ritlng
maker. Lightning Keclproeatlnji tin
churn. Jit t in the world. Try the ej;
Ix-aler and churn anil In- convinced. Tor
Kile by t"". W. Ilruder'on, I'll Commer
cial avenue, Cairo, HUii'iN.
Notion nt Ca.nimiiu :!. .aiulidatcs
may u.c the columns of the IIi'i.i.kiin
to lirln their namc-i beloro the people, at
the following rates, tank in tulruncr
City Clerk, City Tre.ivnicr, iT ; All
tl Milan, No vaiiallnii Iroiu the cmA
in atleuncr rule. If
Skk ICocii. Koch, at his shop and
Ftore room, No. W Couimcrelnl avenue,
has for alea stool, ot boots and shoe.- of
his own make: :ilto u Inryc stock of St.
l.ouW cu-toui Hindi! boot.- ami "hoes, lie
keeps the best matctlal and If up 111 all
the latei-t r Uf, IIU tils are perfect, and
atit faction Is iiaraulicd. (!Iye him a
lluslness House lately occupied by
Wood I'ltteuhou-e it Co., on I.evee be
low 1 lib .street. l!e it very reasonable.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, in jjood order, on Twenty
fourth ami Walnut streets. Went low to
a K'X'd tenant.
Two lencinents on wei-t side of ('oui
nierelal avenue near Kll'lh street, suitable
tor shop ami dwelling. I'ciitforeaeh, jS
Dwelling house, ii rooms, on l'ifih
-trcet near Walnut, in good repair. Itent
Sli.i'O per month.
Cottage, "J tooins anil kitchen,
Twenty-lirjt street, near Sycamore
norlh Mile. Itent $.", per mouth.
Two small Iioum's, iu)ithwc.t corner
Fifteenth uml l'opuliu. Kent low.
ltasenient of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near eighteenth
street, live rooms hi good coudllioul
Itiilldlng on cast side of Commercial
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Ihiildmg on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twcllth street, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, oillees uml rooms in vari
ous hiealioiis. Kents low.
I, ns and lauds for sain or Itase,
Inii.N (. II.viiman ,t (i),,
Heal Kslnto, Ageub', corner Sixth and
l.evce streets. Jl-I.l.lf
Fresh arrival ol u very large iMsort
ment ot ladles' and gents' hid gloves at
.1 llnrger & Co. -21-tl
Mr uii'niillioiii.l In niiimiiiK I!, 'it II. A. IM
iiiiiinlinii ItHii linli'Minli'iii Ui i.iililli-iii imi.iII
iliiti' lur Mm tiir, ul I In' I'litultiy fuiiiil) ilivilmi
toitai v cm:i:u.
I.Mtoii llei.LM in i- I'liiecnniioiinic Hint I urn
n rjiiMlliluli- lur llin nffli ol'i 'll y l.ji I V , Hi tin- n-
WVniennlliiirlnt to nniiniiiiie tin tiarix- (if
''"N.I II HI.HAHI MU I'Ull.lllUll- rr the
oinrr in i.ujf ui'il., iilllKMiiniiliitC rtly dirlinii
Wi! ale :iillhorllil l nnii'innn Hie limiif nf
. V .VAI.I.i iih ciiiiIIm.U fur ii-i-Ktllini In
Hie iillin-nf( y l.liiL ul 1 1 iv tiiiiiliiir ihulir
m nun. iii-
iioAitH or i:ijita'iio.s.
Mr WIIIIumi Mmitiin In Iuti liv niim.iuirtil a
uiKlliUluliir Al mil l nl Hie noiiM i i.iiiiraoiiii.
l.lc llon, salunliiy, April in-
it aim or ahvi:iiti.si..
t3'.U liMU fir wlti-rtUinx, arc ilu nml y
ullll- IN AllVANI K
i rami' ul lulvvrlttliiK will be Inmliit nl
ruti- uf tl "I )cr Kiurr fortbc flrl luw tlluii
ami .' u nt for r.irli aliMiiiriit oiis A lllK-ral
illnnmnt will 1- m.'l on elainllne ami ill!.lay
Kur liiM-rllnK rillicnil liutice 81 m Millre nl
iwlInK nf oclttli or Mi-rut nrilrrn rcnU fur
Uiurch, Nicltlr, ullval ami Mi'jr iiulli-r
will only lie Inw rtnl anMcillimmli
.Vii inlrrrtlft-nirnt will W rtwlvfl at leu tl.nn
McntJ, itml nn n'lwrll't iiiMit will 1v Inmlnl
fur iei Hun tlin-c ilollnm .ir inoiitli
tTi-rTt-M I-ocal uunincBU notices, or
i t : yi , ton lines or inorn, Invertea
ln tbii liullutln as follova :
Comtnbr.ce Counting ut ten Lines.
Ono Insertion ncr lino " Cents.
Two lnsortlona Dr llnH . ...... 7 Conta.
in tec insertions uer lino 10 Cents.
nix insortiona per line ir uents.
Two woeks per line.. Ufi Cents.
une rnonln nor line 110 Cunts
no Kouuction win l maae m nbovu
Wr.DNKSDAV. AI'KII. i', mi.
I.ornl WVultirr Hrpnrl.
CaihoIll., AiiII I, IssT'S.
mi ci I m
81 UK. i 10'
il nil M.,
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s ' in
f-'crsranl, MifiiiU .-i-ttcr, II. H A.
Wit have four iloen Imitation Kbony
Jpnigue Can-Openers, taken for adver-
Ulng, which we will sell at two dollars
k.t do.cii. Impure at Hulletln otllr-c.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
trtet and Wa-hlugtoii avenue, ii open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice lhpiors ami the llnet
brands of cigar.
:!-'J.V1iii A. Kwir.s, Proprietor.
.So.uiriiiNO Xkw. The lightutig, re-
ciprocatlng, tin churn and egg beater,
the latest ami the lx t eer nude, at A.
Hallel-'s. who Is now selling his large
stock ol rtove.s, tin and brittaua ware at
greatly reduced prices. nie him a call
belore you puichase, 11." Commercial av
We will pay no bills contracted hy any
inploye of Tin: IIi'i.i.kiix, unless the
ame 1- made on a written order cigncil
hy the president or secretary of the coin
p.uiy, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, tor any
purpose w hat.-ocver.
CuilO ISl'l.lXll.V Cllll'XV.
NovciiiImt lit. l!7r. it
A .M. I Uuiinlr. .
It U now conceded that Airs. Coleman
tin: laundress, Xo, 1'.' Fourth street, be
tween Washington and Comin.'rclal live
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry culublhhuients In the Mly, and land
lords ol hotels ami hoarding houses will
Mud it to their advantage to call upon
her. Her piice.s are as follows: Hotel
iml boarding-house washing 7.-, cents
per do.eu. For piece woik prices are as
lollows: .Single shirt ami collar, Ide; per
doyen, SOc; socks Be; two eollars, .e;
two handkerchiefs, ."e; ve-ts, "JOc; and
ill gentlemen's wear, i-Uc. per do.eu.
.adics plain calico dicsses, "J-'ic; calico
dresses witli extra trimmings, i'Oc; white
ilresn'g, $1 'J.'e ; ladles' undcrware, line
iml coarse, SI 00 per dozen. 1-2.1-tf.
The JIl'I.i.ktix lias for sale one Hundred
tounts of Job type, Including many series
that arc now generally In ui; hi the lirst
class Job oillees of the United States. All
the.-e tounts will bo sold at half their
original cost. Many of them are com
plete and almost new, embracing a large
variety, among them being I'nyou
scripts, F.ureka texts, lltlu text open,
hl'JIan, rimmed black, monastic, broad
gauge, Egyptian, bank note Italic, Tus
in, engravers' open, Celtic, French
clarendon, etc. We oiler the!o tounts
for sale becalm' we are l'al renewing the
material of the Ki'i.uuix Job olllce with
the latest faces, all co-tly and adapted to
Ity use. In a few days we will send to
our country liiemls circulars displaying
loiiuts separately and In series, to winch
will be attached price and terms. Wheie
whole series are purchased speiiul reditu
tinns will be made. Orders tor lob mint
ing troin country oillees promptly IllleJ.
('Kiicern ( ill-ill.
Dr, llehern Clallln of the North wcrlerii
(!aucer lustiiuto No. KIT.i, Waba-h ave.
nue, Chicago, will be hi Cairo, at the St.
Charles hotel, Apiil 21st and 2Jd to treat
patients for this dreaded disease. Can
cers may be surely, speedily i'lid pcrir.a
tirutly cured, In all lis forms, It taken be
fore the p.ith'iit Is too far gone without
the use id the kulfe, with lltlleor nopalu,
and without debilitating I lie pallcut.
This icuiedy was discovered hy Dr.
Chillin, and Is known only to himself
i Having tested Its ellleney thoroughly
' during twenty years' practice, he Is pre
pared to giiarnuteo nn ahnsluto nnd per
manent euro lu every case ho undertakes.
Ii.mlel W. .Mitiiti has again been in
dieted nt Chicago for c.oinplldly In the
A lieaiiltrul Hue of new embiolderlcs
Just received by the tecngni.eil "embroid
ery houc" of Cairo .1. llnrger & Co.
nliniere l.iiri unit XellliiKi.
('asliuieru lace and netting, 11 splemlid
nsortuient, certain to please the ladies,
Jut in, at. I. llnrger ,v Co. IWI-tf
The third quaiterly uicelhig ol the
.Methodist church ol this city will com
mence on Saturday evening. Presiding
Klder Pieico will be hi attendance.
II111J.1 ilil Snlr.
The large stock In Hellbron ,V Weil's
store has been elo.cd out to Mr. Purelra
of Cinehinatl.who proposes to clo'e It all
out. within thirty days. The salt; opens
to-day. He on hand for bargain".
Mr. Koswcll .Miller of the Cairo and
Vliicenne.s railroad, alter aecoumaiivhiL'
the wifo of tbe lato M. II. (ioodrlch with
the remains ot the deceased to Aubiirni
New York, returned to the city 011 .Mon
Annllier ('mil liniu-.
Walton Wright has looked hi vain. since
M Friday morning lor the man who
tole his overcoat. The thief went Into
his house and took it out, and now Wal
ton, when he chances to meet Colonel
.'earden, falls upon the colonel's neck.
and the two weep In concert.
'I III! I'l.U C.
For a clea s shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to .1.
(ieorge .Steinhou.e on F.lghth street,
Alexander County Hank building. His
shop Is always neat; his towels always
clean ; Ids assistants always polite, and
his tables covered with the latest dally
papers, tor the benefit of hl customers.
'11k- I'nlire niiiiic.i
.lodge llrossyt-terday turned Into the
hands of Treasurer Hlake the sum of
tlfty dollars, collected by him as Hues
In hK police court during the month ot
March. .1 ml ire Iilrd collected in ills court
nineteen dollars, which he alo placed lu
the hands of Treasurer Wake.
Tin- City Jnlt.
The report of ity Jailer ianey was
placed hi the hands of thy clerk yester
day. It. hows that during the month
ot March tucnty-four prisoners were
conduct! lu the Jail, for whom he col
lected bo.ud I'ioiii City Trea-urer lllako
for ninty-four day.
Iu (lie CMy.
heputy I'ulted States .Marshal, K. .1.
Hill arrived in the city yestuniay after
noon from Springlleld. He had in cus
tody the bankrupt I,. I). Thorns, who
has been confined In jail in that city silica
his arre-t here, and who will he given an
examination before KcgUtcr John O.
Hainion and 'omml-sioner Camfce.
lione to llecnltir.
Mr. .lohn il. Farnliam, president ol the
ilro City (Jus company, left the city
yesterday for Decatur. .Mr. Parnham i.
an exteiifive -toekhohleriu thegas com
pany at Di-oatur. and goes to attend a
meeting of the managers ot that com
pany. He was accompanied hy Mr. II.
1'. OerouliI, superintendent ol the ges
.Mr. S. Kosenwaterof theliiiu of fJold-
stine Ko-enwaler, is now and ha been
for the pa-t two wiektln New Yolk,
purchasing a stock ol new spring goods.
I'ho llrm Is dally in receipt of large In
voices of new and fashionable spring dry
oods, men's furnishing goods, Ac,
which they are selling at n 111.11 kably low
tlgiuc. It will pay you to call around
mil see them. li-'JO-lf
Mr. .John Stel.er, thn llorlst, whose
headipiaiters are fiiim No. 10 to 15, Cross
trect, has one of the finest collections of
Mowers ami roses of every description
ever scon In .southern lllluoK He ex-
tends a cordial Invitation to all admirer
to call and i(i them, whether they pur
chase or not. Mr. Stcler is a clcvcri
courteous gentlemen, and takes great
pleasure In showing his lino stock.
lu the City.
The venerable editor, Col. W. W.
Cites, of tho Jackson. (Tenn.) Whig and
UVthune, Is in tho city, with tho intention
of cauviirshig for advertisements. Our
merchants should have tho trado of the
lackson nelghboihood of Tennessee, and
might by u little elVort ecuro it. Wo
omineud Col. Hates to the good oillees
ot our people, lie Is one of the wheel-
horses of the Southern press, 11 most esti
mable gentleman, and one who can advo
cate, his cause for himself better than wc
.111 advocate it for him.
A noise I'iiIi-
Tliu beautiful weather of tho uast lew
days has again awakened in the feelings
many ot ttie admirers ot bore Mesh in
lids city a desire to holil a imrse fair hi
St. Mary's park, sometime dining the
next few mouths. Several gentlemen
have said they will sub-erlbti liberally
toward gelling up pur-e.s to lit) contested
for, and It Is possible that the fair will he
hieciii I'.i) infill.
(leorgo hattner, proprietor of tho New
Kxcclsloi- Silmni, Oiunniei'oi.il iiveuiio,
three door below Sixth street, is hound
to heiMiuo tht! papular resort of tin- city,
This morning at 10 o't iloek luwill limn,
gurattsa now feature hi his Hue of InisP
ness, to. wit: He will I'c-imiespeelup'iy "
tuentpfiy out silver In making eh-iugo'
A free lunch overj morning at 10 o'clock.
The h ir Is stocked with Pilsner beer" and
the heit ol wines, liquors and cigars,
(live tho Kmislnr a call It Is the place
for the best beer, uml hard inonev. tf
ill iieconlaueu with mi order (,f u,,.
United .Stales district coiiilatSprlugilclil,
I.. D. Thorns will appear beforu Keglster
John j. Harmon to-ihiy, forexainluatlou
miller the provisions of sec. '.Nth of the
haiikrunt not. In repaid to the lln. i.
criminal cases pending against i hums.
( omuil'sioncr Camlet! bnsbten dlrcetctl
hy the clerk of the court, to take the reo
OLMll.'ilire until, ilefemlalll lu the stun of
i'M) hi each eac, with such si'curiiles as
he lll.1V ill-fin I'ooil for Ills .lliiiimnmee
lor trial at tin- OctobT lerui of tin- court
in this city.
Itnnk OlllcerM i;teolnl,
A I :i nii'i'llnir nl' Ilu- Ntockhnldi'm nf Ilu.
Alexander ( 'oniitv bank, held on Mini.
tl.iy iiiorulug, Judge Hross was n'-electetl
president ; Peter Nell, Vice-president ;
II. Wells. i.!i1il..p. nnd T. J. Ivi rlli in.
slstanl cashier. The old boanl of direc
tors, with the exception ol .Mr. Wells'
wen; re-elected. The boanl consists now
oi l', Kro?, P. Nell, U. Huder, Win.
Kluge, Wm. Wolf. A. Husanka, K. I,.
Illlllngsly, of ,st. LouN. F. II. Ilrinkni.m,
of St. I.ouls, ami Mr. J. Y, leinsou.who
takes the place of Mr. Wells among the
Olliecra nf Hie Aruli I'lre 'oniintiy
'J'he Arab Fire company laid Its annual
meeting for the election of olllccrs on
.Monday evening, when the following
gentlemen were chosen.
II. I'. Hlake, president ; J. II. Kitten
house, vlcc-prciilcut ; Wood Kitten-
house, treasurer; John II. Kobhison, T.
J. h'erth, C.irl Peters. IMw.ird DeZonla,
Jacob Goldmine, an.l .Milton l'rlgg, di
rector,. Foreman of engine, Fred Whltcauip
assistant, Frank J. Pecker; foreman of
hose, Carl Peters; as,itaut, Julius .Ser
bian. tirput liniikriiit Niile.
Now Is votir last chalicu to iret vim r
goods at less than cost, as I h.ivn bont'lit
the whole bankrupt stock of Hellbron &
eil, conl,tiug of drv iroods. votlons.
clothing, etc.. at such low nrlees Hint ,.n.
nbles me to give everybody bargains that
win satisiy even tho iianlcst customer.
I will continue the business at the old
stand ot Hellbron &. Weil only tor thirty
days longer, ami all the goods must he
solil within thai tlmo 011 account of re
moval. He on hand lu time, before al
the bargains are gone, .is I mean bul.
ness. .Solomon P.ui:iua, of Chi.
I-.VI111 1 12 Commercial avenue.
Mr William II. Glover, of Cleveland
Ohio, is at the St. Charles.
Mr, and .Mrs. Klpell. of Cincinnati,
are at the St. Charles.
Mr. K. C. Campbell, of Kentucky
wa-s at the St. Charles yesterday. Mr.
1 ampbell Is one of Kentucky's early settler-,
ami has been 011 a short trip to
Texas vl-itlng children residing there.
J. K. Harris, general passenger agent
of tho Torre Haute & Indianapolis rail
road. Is at the St. Charles.
Mr. J. C. Lynch, an extensive tobacco
mertliaiit of Norfolk. Va.. is at the St.
Ml3 Morris, who has been spending
several weeks at the residence of Or.
Jennelle, hi tills city, returned to her
home hi Pontlac, Michigan, yesterday.
Miss Annie Simons returned to her
Iioiiij hi Anna ye.-lerday.
Miss Annie Klrkpatrick of Anna, in
visiting ut the residence ot Mr. H. Living
stone. .John G. Mann, division superintend
ent of Hie Ml?sl.,,lppl Central railroad, is
at the St. Charles.
Miss Georgia Kound ol Anna, 1 ve
iling nt the residence ol .Mr. Herbert
Spauhlhig ot the Illinois ( Vntral railroad.
The lowering of Winter's block has
been iucccsfully completed, and en: long
a number ol elegant store-rooms will he
llttetl up in the building.
Oneoi the circular saws In the Cairo
box and basket factory hurt on .Monday
afternoon, scattering pieces hi every di
rection. No one, fortunately, was hint.
Mr. James Du Mott, manager of
Kothchlld & Co.'s Koyal Victoria circus
and menagarie, wants the city council to
grant him the privilege of exhibiting lu
Cairo, before starting on the summer
campaign live of license.
A splendid selection of ehcUoti just
received at Goldstlno & Kosenwater's.
The third quarterly meeting of tho
Methodist chutch of this city commences
on Saturday evening.
Woolen says ill- patients iu (lie pest
house arc getting along finely, an.l that
they will be ready to be turned loose hy
the latter part of the present week.
Special bargains ,lu muslins at Gold
stlnu A Kosen water's. t).2i).tf
Tlieru is a soap man iu town. Ho
holds forth at the corner of Sixth and thu
levee. Ills business and his Intentions 1 e
says, and wo Jo not doubt, are strictly
honorable, but he takes iu more and pays
out less than any man we ever saw.
The Taylor Literary club has another
rehearsal foi'thelrentettaluinent to-night.
Mr. James Ito-s, the wood and cuaj
merchant of this city, propose" to com
plete, as soon as pos. Ihle, thu race track
which ho commenced last fall. Thu
track Is situated about three ami a hull
tulle., above town, and will be, when
Mulshed, one ot thu best in iSoiitheru
-The celebraled K rally troupe passed
through this elty yesterday from New
Orleans for St. I.ouls.
-The police magistrates did nothing
iu the way of pollen business yesterday.
.Norit'i:. Ilardwaie, tinware and
stoves, plows, hand cultivators, spades,
shovels, fork", hoes, r.lkcs, step ladders ;
al-o keep constantly on hand a Hue as
sortment o table and pocket cutlery and
builder's hardware, I am sole agent lor
the celebrated Charter O.ik stoves, of
which I keep in stock a full supyly of tho
iliH'erent sl.es. Tho nbovn atllcles at
"rock bottom llgures'"
U'.Vlui c. W. IIkniikusox.
101 Commercial nvchitu, Cairo, Ills.
Hill Ii IT i. Hll.Tkcililiill
The somewhat celebrated ciiidestcil
election easo ol HatkeiM". Kuyktntl.ill
for the Judgeship of John-oii county lias
llnally reached 11 deehlou. The ease has
been pending for over two years, tun! a."
though Mr. Ilarker did everything lu his
power to bring the matter to an end, the
other side wens ns persistent in their
eM'orls to prolong tin- contest, and term
after term ol thr court succeeded In hav
ing tho cae continued. At the
last term of the Johnson
county circuit court, the mat
ter was relerrctl to .Mr. John S. Criini,
master lu chancery for Johnson county,
to tako the evidence In the c.io, and sub
mit It to Judge Haker. The ease was
argiwtl at Mound City during the late
term ol the Pulaski county circuit eotut.
Juilgu W., I, Allen of Carbondale, nnd
Judge W. II. Green ot Cairo appearing
for Judge K'uykend.ill ; ami Judge John
II. Mulkey amis. P. Wheeler, Ji , of
Cairo, for Mr. Ilarker. The
argument lasted several days,
and at Its conchi-lon, there being
a great amount ol evidence to iuetlgatc
ami numerous delicate points at law to
decide, Judge Hiker took the cai
under advisement. This was some live
or six weeks ago, and a decision was not
rendered until Monday of this week,
Judgt! linker deciding tln issue h,
favor of Mr. flarker, tlecl.11 lug him
legally elected and entitled to the
olllce. Malor Kuykondall and ids
friends are doubtless badly disappointed
in this decision, as they have all along
expressed themselves certain that tho
tlccMon of the court would be In
MaJ. luiykcndall's fivor. Tho history
ol the case Is something like this : In
Vienna precinct, Johnson county, some
llfty otld votes were cast liv men whose
names were not to be lound on the regis
try books. Forty-six or seven or these
votes were cast for MaJ. Kuyki'iulall, and
seven or eight for Mr. Darker, investi
gation proved that a great majority oi
these men were not entitled to vote at
all that they were not residents of the
county. Or all the votes cast hi thi
county, Mnj ICuykendall hail a majority
of three or four. Cnder tills -tuto of
laets Mr. Harker determined to contest
Kuykenilall's right to the olllce, nnd the
result Is a above stated.
On Monday two men named Hubert
Anderson and Stuart -rot mixed 1111 In .1
quarrel near New Grand Chain. Ander
son struck Sam Stuart, when tho tatter
urewa largn knife and plungrd It Into the
breast of Aiidei son. V.I11ln.f him .'...
instantly. From Mr. Kicharil Powers,
section boss on the Cairo anil Vinceimes
Mllroad, our Informant, we Wn tli.it
Stuart was arrested uml taken to Mound
City whore ho was nut hi lull.
Anderson, the murdered man. was
quite young and had been married but a
snort nine, htuart is also young. What
the 0.111-0 of the uuarrcl was we have
been unable to ascertain.
III'. J. W. 11il.li. ll.
Who cures piles without knife, ligature
or caustic, will arrive in Cairo, Wednes
day, April Slti, and will locate here per
manently for the practice of Ids profes
sion. Dr. M., we learn fioui very reliable
authniity. is a physician and surgeon ol
large experience, acknowledged skill, and
ilso a very all'.ible gentleman. He has
lor years devoted himself to the treat
inent of surgical and chronic tllsoa-cs,
lie will guarantee cure iu every ease ol
piles, ami treats very sticoosslully di-oasis
of the eye and ear, also ill-eases peculiar
From tht: favorable testimonials lie
brings, ho recommend lihn to the af
flicted iu and around Ca lro.
I'or Kmiihiim unit t'nloriiili).
The Atchl-oii, Topeku and Santa Fe
railroad from Kau-as City anil Atchison
on the Mis-oun river, via Topekn. the
eipitol ot Kansas, and the hcautilul r-
kaiis.is valley to thu Kocky .Mountain--.
liii! shortest ritite to Puehelo th" Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Manltou,
Pikes Speak', ami all places of note hi the
mountain region-. The favoillo route
to Denver stud all points lu N01 thorn
Colorado. The best route to Southern
Colorado, New .Mexico ami Arizona. The
only dlrm route to the famous San
Juan mint's. The track ami equipment
Is imequaled, trains run through from
tho Missouri river, to Hit! Kocky Moun
tains, making connections In Union de
pots ami avoiding delays ami trans
fers. For lull tlesciiptlvu circulars
in nps, time tables, etc., address
'1'. .1. ANllUltSO.V.
Goi.'l Pass. Agent, Topeka. Kail,
Colored anil mounted Maps ot the
city of Cairo at ?2 .lO each (halt price.)
A silver plated No. ! Wll-on Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) llni-h,
valued nt fW. Will he sold at $20 dis
count, on good terms, ami ordered direct
from tho factory.
l(KK) sheets of lulstol board just 11-
oelvetlat thu llt'i. 1.1.1 in olllce, ami lor
sale to the trade.
A No.!) Wilson Shuttle Sewing .Ma
Mlllnu valued at $7o. Will bn sold at $15
discount, and ordered direct from the
A $!) Itcinlugton Sowing Machine
$:M oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
hoot and shoe maiiufactuier.
ok 'i un
til)' tit' S'UllK,
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
price (S2.r0) at the Kiiu.r.nv otllee.
For anv of the above .irtit !i ,.iii'll nl
the Hi i.i.iii'iN olllce. K. A. Iliiuxr.i 1.
I. cap Vein- I'm I J'.
liiii Free Hcuevolont Sonv iiutl D.iugh-
t.rs ol America will give a leap jear
party at Phlllls' hall on Thursday even
ing, April (lib. The committee of ilr
rangemcuts. me making every piepara
tlou and 11 pleasant ami cnoyable Hum Is
anticipated, A general liivltallon to at-
t 'lid Is exleiiiled to tho public. M
Just received by Gold-lluo & llo?ei-
Wmi IXi lntiuNT tliVKP HrrniT. 1
Atrll s, .676 ' I
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Iti lmv lilrli wattn.r Is7l.
Si'ioinbSIMls,.niri-, I!. M, A.
Steamer Jim I'M;, Paducah.
" Charles Morgan, Cincinnati.
" James Howard. New Orleans.
John Glhuoro, Nashville.
" IM. Pope, Sonlh.
Vint siilnkle, Clneimiatl.
" city of Alton. New Orliuu.
" City of Clicker, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim I'M;, P.uhicali.
Chatle.. Morgan, Nashville.
James Howard, St. Louis.
" Alleu Hrown, tow, Ohio rivet
Vint Shliiklo. Memphis.
" City of Alton, St. Louis.
The Ohio tell one le.eh :it rhiotniniM
and one Inch at Louisville yesteiday, and
rose two inches at Lvansvlllo and this
point. The gauge lust evening showed
fo"t 3 Inches. The Tennessee river Is
declining rapidly at Nashville, the fall
there yesterday being It feet 2 inches.
The weather wai clear and pleasant.
llusines.s is very quiet.
The little tow boat, Kd Pope, that
brought to this port soino mouths ago
two barges or railroad Iron for t lie .Mis
sissippi Central, and then took a produce
boat south, returned yesterday. We heat
that she U now iu the employ of Cook's
Kngllsh and American ehcus compa.iy,
and Is 11011 by the company's advance
The ( 'ity of he-tcr came down witli
alalr trip for Memphis last evening, and
was taking on freight at the wharf at
iiptaiu A. J. Ko,s. 0r the IVytoua.
arrived lu this city yesterday. The' IVy
toua ami barges are due Iroiu the South,
and aptalu ltoss awaits their arrival.
1 'antaln Thorwecati wilt rut
on Ills iiiaguilieent Grand Kepublle. at
St. Lou!- to-day, preparatory to leaving
lor his trip to the jettle. the latter part of
Thu Charles Morgan pas-ed down
with ji good trip yesteiday morning.
She made some additions ot freight hero.
The City of Alton and .lame-. How
aid pas-t-d up yesteiday morning with 1'i.ir
tilps lor St. Loul. The two boats went
out about the same time, and after round
ing the Ohio into the .Mississippi, with
the Howard In the lead, they indulged In
a little race. The Alton irowied upon
the Howard slowly, but whether she
will go Into port tlrst remains to bo prcu,
though it looked as If she would.
-The Jim Flsk bad a light trip down
and return. .Shu leaves at live o'clock
Ibis evening for Paducah.
The Vint Slilukle came down with
about two hundred Ions lor .Memphis.
She discharged a small auuiinit of starch.
tinner's inatetlal and other freight hero,
and uuidu light additions.
'i'ho John Gllmort! arrived from
Nashville about six o'clock ve.-tertlaj
morning. She walls hero tor the Arrow.
trout which boat she gets a barge of leu
to take to Nashville for Hu?e, Lnnnils A
Alter delivering Huso, I.onmls & Co.
their barge of ice at Niishvllle, the John
Gilmore will bring out fiom that port a
tow of conk for St. Lou!-.
All Clirnillc IHscitcsi ni-.il
11V till. 111-1.1.
He Is located hi Cairo, Illinois, anil Is
still calling 011 you to be healed. Why
will you tile of old chronic disease-, wlu-n
yoitean be cured with so little cost or
money. Do not glw- It up yet. for there
Is still balm lu Gllead. Cairo Is the
place to come to be cured ol all your
ache and patus.
I am now prepared at my olllce to give
medicated baths, and per-oiis wMilug to
rccclvu such, will call at my nlllcu on
F.ighth street, No. 22, from tho hours ol
2 p.m. till 0 p.m. Also plain baths, hot
baths, warm baths, cold baths, or vapor
baths. Also persons having tho con
sumption or week lungs, ami wishing to
receive medicines by inhalation, cm 10
eelve the treatment at my olllce, lids be
ing the only true way of getting mod!
tine direct to I liu lungs. AIo I treat ills-
eases ol the eyes of years standing, uml
the blind lias been mailu to see hy my
treatment. All diseases of the sklu
cuie. Fistula cured hy inu without the
use of the knife. If. von have 11 cancer,
come and be cured. All pilvate diseases
In tin.' shortest nine, cured tiv inc. 111
short, for all chronlu th-cases of the hu
man system, go to Dr. Hull. If you uMi
to ho cured. 1 eniupouml and piepareall
my medicines; at my olllce. It U said
that practice makes perfect. I have been
tlihiy carsii nriieilting physician.
All letters. and eoiumuideailous shall
be coulldelltial and pinluptly atti llllcd to
hv iuti. Dhcet Du. Ili't.i,
No. 22 F.lghth street, Cairo, Illinois.
Kk.ui Tuts. Hii'tl cages, ihnwr stand
Mower trains, moss baskets, leu cream
free.ers, toilet ware, hath tubs, lamp
chimney, oil, Muling nous and Muling
scissors ; ulso a lull supply ol plain mid
stamped tinware, w huh -ale uml retail,
ly C. W. Henderson, IU 1 Commercial av
enue, Cairo, Illinois. M-ri-lin
Fitly cents, at Winlei'- Galh iv.
1 2-2:1-1 1
Haulm's Maiimu.i.i II.u.m preserves iuh I
restores the complexion ; teliioves freck
les, tan ami snllowucss ; makes the skin
soil, white and delicate. Its nijilc.itiiMi
cannot bo detected, iMO-thVAVly.
1 Lvon'h KjITIIMP.UN IllilkeS beillltllUl,
glos.y. luxtirliinthalr; prevents its rail
lug out or turning gra v. It has stood thu
test of It) years. Is charmingly peirumcd,
uml has no rival, IMo-il&wly
Linen fibre, plate finish, letter and nolo
IKr at the 1Ioi.m:ti.v olllce. Ithm Blu
wmm laid, Mow St. Louis prices.
lloiii UrriPM, Attention.
Do you know that J. Hurger A Co. arc
' "cdpt or a ma211iii(.ct,t Hue of carpets
d flidhes. all il! very latest styles
an.l.le:lg,? Tnollrst arrival of the sen
son. hi,,,, i ,, PXaMI,ll(. wr ft((rki
Keiort of the condition of tl,c' Alex,
antler County Hank at Cairo. ini,a.
tho first Monday Iu April, IS7H.
Loans ami discounts J.'W.TOO.SO
Furniture anil llxture M ri.ono.no
Duo from banks and hankers.... C.71KLS.-.
CuMi on linnil, ' 1- n-? 11
Cm rent exHjusennil taxes paid, ;.m.W
Capital stool; ($.-,0,000) paid hi...2:i,0DO.0O
I,....- .!.. .. . .
Due other banks and hankois...
Wc, Fretlollue Hross, president, and II.
W, II-, cnsluer, of the abovo named bank,
do solemnly suear that the abort.
ment Is true, to the best ofour knowledge
F. Htioss. Prcsltlent.
IL Wm.i.s, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
lib day ot April, 1870.
Ai.i ur.p Comisus), Notary Public.
Oritluitnrc ,o. lis.
Providing for thu iiuuual appropriations
lor the ilse.il jear, hegimihig January
lt. b7d, ami entllng December 31st,
He It ordained by the City Council or thu
the City of Cairo:
Skitiox 1. That for the purpose of de-
iniylmr the iiecc-arv exnenscs .nitl lln-
billties of tlio corporation for tho ll-c.il
year entllng Decenibor.'llst, l7(i,"iind for
paying certain liabilities already Incurred,
nit! pillowing respective sums, or so
much thereot as may be required, lie,
iiutl they are hereby appropriated for the
loiiowuig purpoes, to-wit:
l. rroiu tin-general interest liuitl. For
the purpose ot paying Interest on sun
dry bonds of the city, $.!),712 -to.
1. From tho Fox. Howard & Co. Inter
est fund. For the purpose of paying
interest on bonds Issued to Fox, Jlow
uriKvCo.Sii.SIl). :t. From thu bond redemption fund.
r or 1 ue purpose 01 paying bonus due
and becoming duo before December
.list, 1S70. 5200 00.
From the fund for paying city Inter
est bearing warrants. 'For thu purpose
of paying priiilntipal and interest on
Interest bearing warrants as provided
lu ordinance No. 8,000 00.
. i-roin t.eveo street gravel roan loan
fund. For purpose of paying sums
borrowed for graveling Levee street,
1 50 00.
11. From new levee street levee fund.
For purpose of paying sums borrowed
fur erecting embankment or levee upon
said now Lovoo street, $17,000 00.
7. From the general fund. For the
following purposes, vl.:
I. .-1'o pay salaries ot olllccrs, 00.
2,- -To pay cost of repairing, and ior-
llon of .-iL-.sments against the city lor
constructing and reconstructing side
walks, sJJl.Ooi) (KI,
It. To pay the eo-t of repairing of
streets, jV'.i.uoo 00.
I. To pay cost ot drainage plpo and
work, S1..VH) 00.
.". To pnv expenses ot hoard of health,
(1. To pay expenses or Mru department,
7. To pay expenses of city clerk's otllco
anil council chamber. $:i00 00.
S. To pay expense of city election $100 00.
t). To pay expenses of city Jail and dieting-prisoners,
10. To p.-iv expenses of city printing,
U.Topav expenses of lighting street
lamps, $2,000 00.
12. To pay foes for collecting general
warrant of 1870. $1,7.00 00.
I I. To pay fees ami expenses for contin
gent purposes, $1,000 00.
.Making a total amount of SiK.lOi iO.
Approved .March ,'IOlh. 1S7.
Iluxttv Wixtiui. Mavor,
Attest : W. F. Axi.k.Y, City Clerk.
NT E A 31 HO ATM.
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Pnducah, Shiiwncotdwn, Evans
villo, Louisvillo, Cincinnati
and nil way lundinga.
'1 lie uiirlrallrJ elilc-H Iuti oleumcr
1) (i Yl LKII MuSllT.
Kn. It. Thomas ..Clerk.
W 111 leitveKvMistillc for t'ul ni every MO.NI A Y
nil T1IUKSDA V ul I o'clork p, 111.
Uv Calroevtry 1 UKSDA V uuU r'UlUAY,.!
6 o'clock p. ui.
1 liu lii'ifmit niitc-wUvl BlcHiiirr
IlKN IIiiwakii Mmtrr.
Wai.tkii II. I'kNsiNOTos Ctvrk.
'.'.'Ill Wna Kvuimlllu lor Clri twry. TUK8-
HA V uml Kill HA V ut 1 ii'i'l.K'k p. m.
W ill IraM'Ciilnn iiry W K ll N K ! I AY imit S AT-
UltHAY utllu'iloi'k v. 111
Tin' ilii!ul mUi'-wlit'e Mli-ami-r
Inns il.or "''J
M.vr. WiLLiAMi clerk.
Uuvcit i;i.itlllr fur I iilr.i cerv M'lill.NKS.
II V uml - I'l'liADY 'it'1 1 in
liiu.Wru.'.erV llll Ul.lY-ml .SUNDAY
K!i'i'ti''t"!it mil-is coiinecllon t Uutu
llli ilrl-iU- ntnimeni for HI. Ixiulj, Neiu
UtiUuiel New Orli-.ui-.iiin at fcTWilvlllo Willi
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uii wiiii ti l-.ulUi 'M-if atmtmit ft.t.t
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