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AOI'At.llM l.rillllK. NO. M.
Knight of Pythias, runta every Frl
iUv tilfflit at half-pant en, in Odd-
. Ind.ndent OnlJ-r of Odd-Kc -
HPfr t lia(r-o"l '. I Iheir hall on
.umiiH-rclul im-iitm, helwwn sixth nnJ Njmilh
.rH,,l4 G'llA I.AUK, N O
'1AIIIO KNC AM PMKNT, I O. O. F., ml
kJUi udd-Ki-lluwa' Hull on Hie nralaml llilnl
i iirwlnt In every month, al hair-past wen
.HI II OoSBHAM, 01'
A l.'AIKO I.OItdi:, NO. 2.17, A, F. A A. M.
Ilnldntfiilar coiniiiimlnitloiiii Inita
JSL notili; llnll, oiturr Commrrlal avenue
" " 'and Khthtli ilrttt, on the aecond ami
ninth Monday ofiadi month.
LYNCH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Nho south hall of llio "J'llot" house at
Homo on Ninth Mn-t, between Wal
nut and Ct-ilar streets, latlly occupied tiy
House on Twclith street Woi-tol Wal
nut, r, rooms and kitchen, ill.
ltnlii('Mlioii.'i; on l.cveo street, above
A Rood cottage on 'J'winty-Nltith
ftrnt, near Commercial avenue
Storo loom on Commercial nvontio,
next to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
- Cottage of I rooms on Twenty-third
stiiel, $0. Good yard and cNterti.
Good dwelling lioue on Walnut, Im.
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-th'.rd
.Storo-rooin. corner Twentieth ntid
Pojilar streets, $12 SO.
Store room adjoining above, $3.
House on Commercial avenue, above
Ninth strict, suitable for business and
Hotio on Walnut street, near Outer
ilcannt tircmlscs, $12 SO.
House on Commercial avenue, near
'j(iU Mreet. .Suitable for business and
Tenement-) numbered 2, 7, 8 and
!, Winter's Kow. 5 -rooms each for $10
I nt month. Will bo iut In flrst-cla's
Cottage on Sixth street, near Wash
ington avenue I room", $7.
- Store room In "Pilot lloii'e," lately
..(cilplcd 1y A. Ilalley.
Dwelling houe on Sixth ttreet and
.letlerson avenue $10.
Orphan Asylum building and tin-nil-iu4,
l!ent low, to a good tcmnt.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Koouw In vat Ions part ot the city.
KOIt t.KASKOK SAM-:.
- Lands, In trai-ts to cult, near C.iiro.
Itu-llll-M lloii'i' lately ori-lliiti-d by
Wood Kitu nhou-o .V Co.. on Levee bo
low 1 lib Mni-t. I!" it very reasonable.
rwelliiig house, 7 rooms: 10 lots
ineln-iil, in good order, on Twenty
lourth and Walnut dii'i-ls. Kent low t
i good tenant.
Two tenement on we-t ldoof Com
i n relal avenue near Fifth street, suitable
fnrhoti nud dwelling. Kent foreach, $3
Dwelling house, " loom--, on 1'ifih
street near Walnut, In good repair Kent
J12..")0 f .-month.
Cottage, 2 looms and Kitchen,
'Twinty-llri.t street, mar Sjeamoie
jiorlli Mile. Kent.'i, per month.
Tut, small-house, northwest comer
y'llU-stitli and I'opulai. Kent low.
l!ascm?tit of brlek Inilldlng, we-t side
, VWii'lilngloii avenue near Llgliteenth
s, 'Wt, alj-s room? i g''l eonditionl
- -Oullcliu on Mde of Commercial
avei JM:nr TenUi ctreet. Miitable for
earjx inter At top. Cheap rent.
-li'ulldmj ; on weH side of Comuieicl.il
avenii o, nea r Twellth street, Old "City
Hull." Jtei it very low.
Ten ement olllces and rooms in vari
ous taxation KenU low.
Lots an d land for sale or lease.
.John J. 1I.mi.man it Co.,
ileal INtn to Agent.-', corner Sixth and
Levee clree- U. :i-15-lf
All V. iriuile Dlsene fui-eil
11V Illl. Jlfl.T.
Ho iii lou: teil in Cairo, Illlnolc, and Is
still calling on you to ho healed. Why
will you die of old chronic dlseac.. when
you can bo cilied with co Httlo cost or
money. D o not give It up yet, for there
is stilt bat in in Gllead. Cairo N tlio
plaeotocoi no to bo cured ol all your
ache and I aliH.
1 nni now prepaicd at my ollk-o to glu
liiedlcated' oath,and per.-oiis wMiIug to
receive sui -h, will call at my ollleo on
Eluhth ctn et, No. 22, from the. liourc ot
J p.m. till I' p.m. AIo plain baths, hot
1 jatlic, war m batlu,eold baths, or vapor
1 wths. A- Ibo persom having tho eon
, mmptloiio r week hint."', and wishing to
j celvo uie.i llelue.s by inhalation, can ro
i ivt! the trsatniput at my olllce, thNlie
1 us tho only true way of getting nieill
i iliiftdlrcct to tho lungs. AIo I treat ill?-
m ot tho 'yea ol years i-tandlng, and
I Ue Wind lias been inado to ceo by my
I roativvtot. All dUeases of tho skin 1
i mo. Fistula cured by mo without tho
iss.of.the knife. If you have n cancer,
i amu mid ho cured. All private dlceasis
t i tt ! uUnw.wt Mine, cured lV lile. Ju
t Jiort. fm- all ehronlo diseases of tho hii
i nan sytcui, go to Dr. Hull. U you wish
I ouio'uurcu. I eonipoiinii auoiieimieiiii
l irj-itufciheluea at my olllce. It H said
t hut. pracllco ninlcpM perfect. lhaobeen
t bill v years a practicing physician.
.All letters and communication!! fhllll
1 sv conlldi'iitlal and promptly attended to
I 'iuo. .Direct. int. uiJi.Tz,
No. 22 Kiglilh street, Cairo, llilnola.
Klbbous, fansaud parasols, latest styleB
n rod lowest prices for salo at Iturger &
3o's. Also an exquisite lot of caslimcro
a ud ecru ties, In the newest Ucslgns.
UVarpniilliuiHinl tontiiiuiiiiri tlml It. A. IM
liitimliiiii liiii liKli-txndrnt IC-nltlrati nunll
ilale lor hln-tln, nt lliu hhuIiik' coiinly tlii tlon.
KOIt CI I V Ct.HltK.
DlilioTi HeLLKTiM i-I'leowanimiinrelliat I utn
a camliilHtr fur lli nnli-a ofl ity Clerk , nt the up
priKicliliixcllyrlirllon W'n.i. K. IIahkin.
W xrrnMtliirl7il tn nnnoiincc Hip iiaiiif of
IAMI W MKWAIll-lHH i'iiiiilllali lir tlm
ulUccorClly t'Uik, nt tliceiimiliiK city lrclln.
We nre nulhorlriil l nnnoiiiwc Hi iiaiiiv of
W. K. A.VI.I.V ninciiliill.iti- fur if-flH-llon l
llioni-nrc'lty Clerk nt Hie inmlnir clmrUr
W nre oullinrirnl I" mirwiince Mr V. M.
SIUIJKKI.KIII ui a i-itDdliUte f'"'1' ria-iin-mttlir
Hpronchin;( iininlclpal i-lccllon.
tOlt CITY A lTOHNhY.
We mi! uiitlinrirci to niilioiiiirv the tiume of
IIAIIMON lll.ACK.iwu ciinilmntc forrt-tlec-tldii
to tha utnee iif City Attorney, nt Uiu iinn-liit-cliailrr
Hie mujonty of ll- rutr In tlie Klnt Want
hftii. MToi'm' Mr. JKWKTI- VII.UtX hi
tlKlriaiidlJulefurAI'Ifrmnn uf the aM WoxiI,
hikI will iiiiorthlniat the iin-ulliK election.
iiakh of aiv:kiimi.j.
EJ-AII hills for wlTcrtioniC, are 'luc und iy
ablelHAUVASca 1'ninak-nt a'ltnllilnx will tc Imxrrtcl nt Hi
rutv of 41 10 i.cr'iuarc for the llri-l Insertion
ami S rents fur cacli lub-ciuent one A lllierul
Miscount will lie rni'lc on iUmllnit aii'I ilinptay
Kor ItiMrtini? Kuni.rul notlcu i iv.oiiceiii
MKcllns off oclttlu or scurt t onlcrs SO cents for
Church, society, reatlral aim .jiiix.-r notice
will only be Inserted MH-luTllM incnU
No flrertlMmcnt will Ui rtctlrnl at leu than
M ctnUi, nnd no advertisement will lie liutrtcl
fur le.,1 than tliree dollars per month
Ical lluslneia Moticsa, or
Stlf Uneaor more, Inaerted
1 in tho Jlullotin aa follow :
Coiainenco Counting at ten Lines.
One Insertion Dor line .............. 3 Conta.
Two Insertions per line 7 Centa.
Three Insertions per line. .. ...10 Centa.
Six insertions per line..... IB Cents.
Two weeks per line - SB Cents
One month per tins - 3B Centa.
No Reduction will be mads in above
WKDXKSDAV. AI'KIL 12, 1S70.
I.oenl M'entlier Hrport.
Caiaq, 111., April 11, IiTIC.
TInr. iWimo. I VkL. IWiatii.
!) C ( CI '
f.ti' I 75 s
I K Fair
: -.ii J Clear.
Serseant. hlicn.il Cervlce, U. b. A.
lust received by OoUHllne it Korn-
Is Hi (.lot ex.
Fresh arrival ol a very large assort
mi nt ot ladles' and gents' kid gloves at
.1 Uurger A- Co. 3-21-tl
I.luru I'll per.
Linen lihrc, plate llnlfh. letter and note
pajnT at the ltu.i.KTiv olllce. lllue and
cream laid, below St. Louis prli-es.
;ii-llliii r' I. nees is ss si .NetliiiKw.
Caliineie lace and lu-ttiiig, a .-plciullil
aHortment, certain to plcnso the lad!e,
ju-t in, at .1. Ilurgi-r A Co. :i-21-tt
We have four do.eii Imitation Kbony
5irngue Caii-Openers, taken Tor adver
tising, which wo will sell at two dollars
perdo.en. Inquire at llullethi olllce.
A beautiful lino of new embroideries
Just received by the recognized "embroid
ery hoii'c'' of Caho .1. Ilurger A- Co.
Do you know that.!. Ilurger & Co. arc
in receipt of a inagnlllceiit line ol carpels
and oil clothe, all the very latest styles
anil dei-iL'iis t Tim llrst arrival of the sea
son. Stop lu and examine their stock.
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Wa?lilugton avenue, is open to
tho public. Tho bar Is supplied with
Hire wines, choice liquors and the lluest
brands of cigars.
;t-2Ddin A. lvitoi, I'ropiletor.
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe iff Tin: Hi'm.k.iin, unlets tho
same Is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of llio coin
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by an cmployi! of the company, tor any
Caiimi IU'i.i.kiin Company.
,o ember 19. 187.". it
For a elea.: shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to ,1.
George Steluhoiie on Llghth street,
Alexander County Hank building. His
shop Is always neat ; his towels always
clean ; his nsslitunts always polite, and
Ids tables covered with tho latest dally
papers, (or tho benefit of his customers.
Oeorgo Lnttner, propiietor of the New
Kxeelslor fjaloon, Commercial avenue
three door below Sixth street, is bound
to becaniu the popular ieort of tho eltv
This morning at U) o'clock ho will limn
gurato a now feature hi his Hue of busi
ness, to-wlt: Ho will resume specie pay
incut pay out silver In making change
A free lunch every morning at 10 o'clock.
Tho bar U stocked with I'llsner beer, and
tho best ol wines, liquors and cigars
(live tho Kxeelslor it call It Is tho place
for the best beer, and hard money, tf
Ski: Kocii. C. Koch, nt his shop and
stororoom, No. 0 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boots mid shoes of
his own make : also a largo stock of St
Louis cii'tom matin boots and shoes. Ho
keeps tho hot material and up In all
tho latest styles. His Ills are perfect, and
satisfaction U gimiiiutccd. Give him n
Filly cases of (hoe? Jmt In and lfr sale
low, at the New Vork store. t-8-10t
The Cairo appropriation pased the
House on Monday without amendment.
J'wo furnished rooms apply Eighteenth
ami Commercial avenue.
1-1 1-1 wd. Mils. W. F I'lTCliiiit.
.Mr. .loe ItobarK editor and proprietor
ol tho .lackMiu county AVi, was In town
II ry 4ooil.
10 bales ol l-i iiiiHlin 7c at the New
Vork itore. Also 1000 pieces ol prints,
choice lylc at" and 8 cents per yard,
retail J-S-IOt I'atik.ii Co.
Alderuiati Thomas illailiday and Capt.
W. 1'. Halllday, returned from the South
on Monday. Alderman Halllday U en
tirely over hi? sickness, and Is as good as
White good and linen-!. Including all
kliuU of white wear for suits for ladles
and children, at iturger A' Cojs. Tho
prices of tlicso goods are oxtrcinefy low,
and the stock N a most attractive one.
lliirrnli for liable.
.Slut-ping carriages and preaiubiilatorii,
for battles of all sixes, at prices ranging
from 50 toS2.', at Wm, KlchhoIW fur
niture factory, corner Seventeenth street
and Washington avenue. 1-1 1-1 m
(It-iila riirnlalilnc fiuosls.
J. Uurger A Co.. have added to their
stock this spring one of the lluest selec
tlons ol gents' furnishing goods ever
brought to this city. Gentlemen arc In
vited to call and examine goods before
Home I'll nil ah In ir Uootla.
This department at. L Dnrger A Co.'
store on Commercial avenue, contains n
stock of table linens, towels, napkin1),
marsellles quilts, etc., etc., which will de
light tlie eye of over' housekeeper.
Thee goods urn ollcre d nt panic prices
and will go oil' like hot cake-.
Nut so null.
.Ino. MoNulty Informs us that although
there Is many complaints of dull limes In
Cairo, dullness has not reached his es
tablishment ; and looking around at his
Immense, stock of goods of every variety
needed by larnicrs, ll-lu rincn. hunters,
housekeepers, mechanic .or merchant!,
we are not nt all surprised that dull
days are strangers to hltn, or that busi
ness is alwavi brisk.
I.jrnrli aV Howly.
Messrs. Lynch A. Howley. real estate
and hoiiM! renting agents, ure driving a
lively business In their line. Parties dc-
iring to rent or purchase property
should call on them. They have pro(i-
erty for rent in all parts of tho city, and
are prepared to giva the best and most
favorable term. They are agents lor the
sale of several valuable tracts nnd par
eels of lauds which they will sell at a bar
gain and on the most liberal terms.
Ilurger & Co. have a beautiful assort
ment of tlrcss goods ot all kinds, and
silks, summer silks as low as sixty cents
per yard. These aro splendid bargains.
Call and sec them before the rush.
At 2:110 o'clock Tuesday, April 11th,
1S70, Michael Edward, Infant son of Pat
rick and Hannah Kenuady,ngcd eighteen
months, The funeral will take place
from the residence ol tho parents, Com
mercial avenue, between Twenty-llrst
and Twenty-second, streets, to-day at 3
o'clock. A special train will bo In wait
ing to convey tho funeral party to Villa
Itidgo and return. Friends and acquain
tance- Invited to attend.
Win. Klchhotriias just tilled his ware
house and factory, corner of 17th street
and Washington avenue, with tho
largest stock and most complete variety
of furniture ever ollered in the Cairo
market. Ho means business, and wil1
sell lor cash only at rock bottom ligures.
It is only necessary to examine his stock
and prices to satisfy yourselves as to
quality nud cheapness and that now U
the time to buy. l-12-lin
Sill In! Nulla!
Ladies' linen and alpaca suits, bcautl
lully made and i.tyllshly trimmed, for
salo at L Iturger & Co's. These suits
aro selling as low as material can bo
bought In litis city. Call niidsco tlicui.
Capt. W. W. Kenuier, assistant su
perintendent of the Keokuk packet com
pany, was at the St. Charles yesterday,
lie was on his way home to St. Louis.
W. I. McDonald, clcikofthosteauier
Ironsides, of Grey's line of steamboats,
was ut tho St. Charles yesterday. Ho
took Ids departure on tho Illinois Central
yesterday alternoou for his home In Pitts
burg. Mr. S. P. Hounds, editor of JluttmVa
Printer's Cabinet, published lu Chicago, Is
at the St. Charles.
Mr. l. A. II. Walker, an extcuslvo
tobacco dealer of Lawreneeburg, Indi
ana, is registered at the St. Charles,
IJreiu llniikruiit Nnle.
Now Is your last chance to iret vour
goods at less than cost, as I have bought
the whole bankrupt stock of llellliron &
Weil, cnnslstlnir ol drv roods, notions.
clothing, etc., at such low prices that en
ables mo to give everybody bargains (Jiat
will satisfy even the hardest customer.
I will continue llio business at tho old
stand ol llellliron & Well only lor thirty
days longer, nud all the goods must bo
sold within that time on account of re
moval, He on hand In time, before nil
the bargains are gone, as I mean busi
ness. Solomon Pahkiiu, ol Clu.
I-Wm 142 Commercial avenue,
Ol to Mrieu t
We have now nn excuse lot-doing what
wo should have done long ago, Mexican
soldiers have flrcd upon u detachment of
our army and the tiro lias been returned.
Outrages upon our coplc havo been lor
years too common upoti our Mexican
border. The govcrnnint of that country
seems to 1c Incapable ol restraining the
lawlessness of Its citizen?, and It has be
come the Imperative duty or the United
State to enter upon and poscs the land.
A llttlo spurt oi war would be
a great lienellt to us at this time,
and n war that would result In
the capture of the City ol Mexico ami
the establishment ol an American pro
tectorato lu our sister Ucpubllc would bo
a great blessing to the land of the Cac
tus and Greaser.
llr WiiiiU IiNioIimI.
A colored man named Pago called on
tho HUI.I.KTIX yesterday, and laid before
us u talo oftroublcs ns follows : lie says
he can't go along Twentieth street "with
out getting a "head put on him." He
has had three put on him within the past
four weeks, and ho wants the process of
the fourth podponcd until he gets oyer
thbcflccls ol tho three he has ulrcady
had. The gentlemen .who "bounce"
him aro "plain" (white) he says, and
Just "whoop him uii" because they can
Ho Is forty-nine cars of age, and his
physical condition won't .'permit him to
undergo too much treatment
ol this kind without a rest.
Page has a big welt over his leit eye,
which he says was "handed" him with a
board, and a largo cut under the eye, that
was put thereby the Iht of one of Ids
tormentors. Ho Is otherwise bruised,
says he, and K the thing ain't put to nn
end by the authorities something set
lous Is going to transpire. "Dcni po
lice," says Page "ain't no better nor
wootlcn men, or dcy'd bring deso ras
cals to justice. ley laugh when you
speaks to 'cm bout these carrlcn's on, and
tell yo to lake your own part, but h'o to
weak; and three or four of deni young
bucks can just eat me."
When aro wo to have the first open
air concert r Let It bo soon.
Special bargains lu mu'dlus at Gold
stlne A- Kosenwater's. 3-2C-tf
The weather, says Phil S.iup, Is warm
enough for leu cream, nud I'll have some
It was Mrs. Michael Fitpatrlck ho
was hurried on Monday, not Mrs. Eugene
Street Superintendent Gannon was
out yesterday repairing detectlvo side
walks and crossings.
A splendid selection of cheviots' just
received at Goldstlno A' i'oienwater's.
Next Monday is Faster Monday and
there will be great "carryings on" lu this
city. Three dances are on the tapis,
and everybody will hop to their heart's
At the Methodist sociable to lie given
at the parsonage on Thursday night, re
freshments of ice cream, cake and other
delicacies will be served. Good mulo
will iUo bo one of the. features of the
-Somebody ran away from the St.
Charles hotel on Monday morning with
.lewett Wilcox's two year old thermome
ter, and Jewel t has gone to Chicago to
get out ot electioneering and to assuage
lewett Wilcox went to Chicago yes
terday .ottcruoon. Ho says ho don't
care a continental whether he Is elected
alderman In tho First ward' or not, and
don't Intent! to give himself any trouble
about It. He is like Grant, he don't want
the olllce. but it the welfare of the people
demand he should accept, he docs not
object to serve.
The Industrious maiden and house
wives of the city aro out bright and early
these lino mornings, cultivating thelr
llowcrs and roses ; and If those young
men to whom Mr. Gilbert directed his
remarks on Sunday evening, would but
take ajstroll about town when they aro
at work, they would toon no doubt
come across just such a lady astholtcv
creud gentleman would advise them to
take lor a partner to share the trials and
tribulations ol this life.
I'lrc nt Mctrupolia.
A destructive lire occurred at Melro
polis on Monday afternoon, consuming
about one-half of the business portion of
the town. The llru originated in a stable
belonging to K. llrown, lu the rear ol II.
Kampciulohl's house, and spread with
Midi rapidity as to bo beyond control hi
a very lew minutes. II. Johnson's gro
cery and provlson storo was entirely con
sumed, together with liU dwelling house.
One-half of the stock lu llio store was
saved; Insured for $2,000. C.N. Jones
& Co,, who had a stock of mostly now
goojs, worth $12,000, succeeded lu sav
lug tho lnrgcr portion of them. Their
loss is estimated at from $2,500 to fJ.OOO.
So insurance. The market house, which
had just been completed, was destroyed.
MeCoiumoii's meat store was burned and
Is an entire loss to tho owner, their being
no Insurance on It. Tho largo brick
building ol Fritz llros., valued at $13,
000, was entirely destroyed.
The stock ot Dinklesped ,fc Sou was
saved, but badly damaged. Dr. Scott,
whoso olllce was hi tho same building,
Inclined severe loss in drugs, upon
which thero was no Insurance.
At lids point the ravages of tint llio
were stopped, through a number of build
ings being torn down. '1 ho stocks were
siivul though badly damaged.
From tho pilot of tho steamer
Jim Flsk, who was kind enough
to furnish us Information of tho lire,
wo learn that to the labors or tjuout &
llrothers' tiro pump, reservoir and hose,
Ihosavlngofhalfoftho town Is due, the
owners barely escaping being burned
Many parties, wo nre Informed,
removed their stocks who wore
not in danger, nnd Incurred heavy losses
byliaving them stplcn, broken or dam
aged. The total loss by tho llru sums up to
more than $33,000.
Tho members ol Cook's circus com
puny at rived In Metropolis on Momfar
morning, and rendered great assistance
lu cxttngulhlng the flames. In the even
ing they gave a performance and donated
one half of the proceeds to the snflerers.
The manager also announced during the
performance, that it was tho intention ot
tho company to return as soon ns engage
ments would permit, anil give a perform
ance, the proceeds to be donated toward
buying n complete set of lire apparatus
for the town. They expect to get back
to Metropolis In about six wrek.
A (JiiIIIiik Tdlrf.
On Monday night Ik , . t and
cloven o'clock, while the clTSts In llnr
clay llrothers1 wholesale drug storo,Ohlo
levee, were lu tho back part of the store,
settling up the cash accounts of tho day 's
business, a man entered the front door of
tho store, and miido an attempt to rob the
till ortheclg-ir case. Mr. McDonald, one
ol the clerks, heard the thief working at
tho catch of tho till, ami tho robber, see
ing that ho was detected, ran out of the
door. .Mr. McDonald gavo chase, and
gained rapidly on his man, who ran up
thu levee, until near tho hide and fur es
tablishment ol Henry Sayers, when (he
thief turned uddmly on him, uml
running toward him, begun
cutting at him with a knlte. The two
iiieu clinched and fell, with McDonald on
top, and holding last to the baud ol the
thief that held tho knife. Tho latter be
ing more powerful succeeded lu turn
ing McDonald over, and llndiiig that lie
could do nothing with his knife, relin
quished It and jumping up took to his
heels again. Ho ran up tho levee to the
corner ofTcntU street. wlicroTu number
of boys were playing, who, on seeing him
bareheaded, and suspecting that .some
thing was up took after hhn ami; ran
hltn to Commercial avenue, where hu
jumped from tho sidewalk and escaped.
Mr. McDonald returned to tho store
and had his wounds attended to. He
had received u cut on each baud and a
stab lu tho back. Tho blade of the kulto
struck one of his ribs, which lu pt It iroin
indicting a probably fatal wound.
The police were Informed of tho mat.
tcr ycterday morning, and given tjie
hat of the thief, which Mr. McDonald
captured. With this they went to work,
and on the belief of a number ol parties
who gavo It as their opinion that tho hat
belonged to Charley F.lmorc, a well-
known news boy of this city. Khnorewas
arrested and locked up In Jail. On further
inquiry, however, the police nro almos'
convinced that Elmore Is not the guilty
party. He Is crippled In the right foot,
and walks very lamp, and anyone who
once saw him, could easily Identify him
nt a glance. Elmore was taken befme
Mr. McDonald, but the latter was not
certain that he was tho man, and tho of
ficers were thinking last evening of giv
ing him Ids libertv.
Illl) Your Oooita
At wholesale at the New Vork store-.
Call and obtain prices.
4-S-10t I'.u u.it A i ii.
Pur MnnsiiH unl I'olormlo.
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe
rallro.nl from Kansas City and Atchi-on
on tho Missouri river, via Topeka. the
capitol ot Kansas, and tho beautiful r
kansas valley to thu l'ocky Mountains.
The shortest route to Fuctx-lo tho Grand
Canon, Colorado Springs, Manitnu,
Pikes Speak, and all places of note lu thu
mountain regions. The favorite route
to Denver nud all points lu Northern
Colorado. Thu best route to Southern
Colorado, Xow Mexico and Arioua. The
only direct route, to tiic famous S:m
Juan mines. The track and equipment
is tmcqualcd, trains run through from
tho Missouri river to the ltocky Moun
tains, making connections in Union dc-
pots and avoiding delays and trans
ters. For lull descriptive cliculars
maps, time tables, etc., address
'1'. J. Axmiwi.v.
Gen'l Pass. Agent, Topeka, Ivan.
Dr, Hcbern Clalllu of the Northwestern
Cancer Institute Xo. l.'ir;, Wabash ave
nue, Chicago, will be hi Cairo, nt the St.
Charles hotel, A pi II 21st and 22d to treat
patients for tills dreaded disease. Can
cers may bo surely, speedily and perma
nently cured, in all Its forms, If taken le
forotho patient Is too far goiiu without
tho use of the knife, w ith Utile or no pain,
ami without debilitating tho patient.
I'hls remedy was di-coCR'd by Dr.
Clalllu, and Is known only to himself.
Having tested lt ellleney thoroughly
during twenty years' practice, he is pre
pared to guarantee an aliosliitu and per
manent euro In every case ho tinderhikcs.
Illy sil Cairo,
colored and varnished, for salo at hall
price ($2X0) at tho Uullktin- olllce.
A So. 1 I.nuiulry.
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
thu laundress, No. 12 Fourjh street, be
tween Washington and Comtnwrclal uvi,
lines, has onoof thu best conducted laun
dry establishments in tho :lty,iind land
lords of hotels and boarding houses will
llnd It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices nre as follows : Hotel
nud boardlng-lioiie washing 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices ure ns
follows! Single shirt und collar, lOo; per
dozen, 80c; socks, fie; two collars, 5u;
two haudkerehlefs, 5c; vests, 20o; and
all gentlemen's wear, Sou. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico dresses, 25c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, 50o; wliltu
tlresses, $1 23c; ladles' uiiderwniu, line
and coarse, SI 00 per dozen. 1-2'l tf.
Colored aYid mounted Maps ol tho
city of Cairo at $2 50 each (hall price.)
A silver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
Sewing Machine, hard (piano) finish,
valued at 13. Will bo sold nt $20dls
count, on good terms, and ordered direct
from tho factory.
A $90 Hemlngton Sewing Macltlno
$30 on for cash. Sultablo for tailor or
hoot and shoo manufacturer.
For any of the nbovo nrtkies.npply nt
tho IIuu.kiin olllce. K. A. IIuknktt.
A. llAtxr.V.-A lllnelot of !M. -...I
pocket cutlery, also spades, Khovels
hocs, rakes, foiks.axes and a general Him
of hardware Just received by A. Ilalley.
115 Commercial avenue. 2-18-:ini.
Notick to Caxihiiatf.s. Candidates
tnav ilto the columns nf Inn Itnr,
to bring their names befon) tho people, at
ino loupwing rates, cymi ui advance.
City Clerk, $5; City TrcAsurer, $5;AI.
Herman, $2. ?,o variation from the cash
in nueanee rule. tr
JrsT llKCKiVKii' A. Ilalley has hist
received a line lot of canary and mock-
ing bird cages, tlowcr stands, llower
trnlners, baskets, archer, hearts and
wreathes, which ho has inaikcd very low.
at 115 Commercial avenue. 2-lS-!lin.
StttiurniNii N'kw. Thu HcliUm". t-n.
clprocatlng, tin churn and egg heater,
the lutc-t and tho best over made, at A.
Ilalley s. who Is now scIIIhl' hU Imt..,.
stock ot stoves, tin and brittima waio at
greatly l educed prices. Give him a call
lielorc you puichasc, 115 Commercial av
I'ilty cents, at Whdei's Uallcn
I pounds Golden Itlo eoll'eo for $1 00
I " Choice green llio collie, I 00
II " prunes, i.-,
!1 " choice i ice. 25
I 0 " Dcniuia sllL'ar. I 00
I boxes of matches large. 25
I pounds best soda, -J.",
I " liesl starch, 25
All other goods as low. t'hoko butter
by tho pound or package at tho
l-5-10t Ni:w YniiK Sioiti:.
Kirrliililirv In .MiMliriui'H.
(From the Toledo lil.nlc.)
Wo publish on our eighth nairo
lenuthy article descrlblnir tho svsteni of
tho noted specialist, Dr. I!. V. Pierce, of
iinnaiu, i ., in iviiicu .nu sets lorill
with considerable force ami clearness his
reasons for dcvotlni: his who e thnu and
attention to a single department of medi
cine the treatment of lingering chrome
diseases. Tho same article also takes uti
the subjects ofdlagnnsls, methods of con
sultation and treatment, etc.. and will
bo found to contain manv valu
able hints to the invalid. Dr. Pierce Is the
author ol a work which ho hasnlreadvat-
taincil a largo circulation ''Tho Peo
ple's Common Sense Medical Adviser"
containing some nine hundred niimer-
otisiy-iuustrateii pages, anil iluvoteil to
medicine in all Its branches, a work well
calculated tor the guidance nud Instruc
tion of the people at large, ami which
may bo had for $1.50 (post-paid) by ad
dressing the author. Dr. Plerco has now
been lieforo tho general publln long
enough to enahlothi! formation of a caro
tin cstimaio oi tno ciuciency oi ti is treat
ment and his medicines, and tho verdict,
wc aro glail to know, lias iiccn uiilverallv
favorable to both. (29)-l-12-iU w-1 w. '
W All Dki'AltTUicsT. tliviu llreonr, I
LOW WAIKH, C1IAXUK.
I FT. IM. IT. IS.
Cairo V ?"
I'lttsburi; 7 i. n a
Cincinnati n n n n
bouiiviJIc in 2 A'u I
N'aihvlllt- V 4-0 I
St. Loins 21 II ii I
Krinsvllle .. -.'I 41 a
Memphis .11 II n I
VlrksluiDt It '2 Xil 't
New OtuMQs a n (l 1
Ilelow hlgli wnteror l7l.
STKennt. Slitnal Strtlce, II. 8. A.
I'url I. itl.
Steamer Jliii Flsk, Pnducah.
" Keystone and low, Memphis.
" Thompson Dean, New Orleans.
" A. J. llakcr and tow, Nashville.
" Joseph Itlgluy. tow. Nashville.
' Leopard nud barges. N. O.
Greyhound ami low, South.
Susie Sliver, Cincinnati.
" Polar Star, low, Teiiu. l iver,
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Keystone and tov, Ohio tit er.
Thompson Dean, Cincinnati.
' A. J. llakcr and tow St. Louis.
" Joseph Hlgley, tow, St. Louis.
" Leopard and b.iigcs,,St. Louis.
" Greyhound and tow. up Ohio.
' Susie Siher, New Orleans.
Tho Ohio river marked; 12 feel V Inclius
on tho gauge, indicating a fall ol 1 lout 7
Inches In tho twenty-four Iioiih ending
at six o'clock last night.
The Tliomp-oii Dean ariived at 10
o'clock yesterday. Sho had a good trip
of people lull not much freight. Sho re
mained hero about two hours ,-iuil letl for
Captain J. M. Phillips relumed Iroin
New Orleans on tho Thompson Dean
yesterday mornlii g.
Thu .Mary -Miller, fur Pittsburg, and
tho City of Heleiul for Memphis and
Vlcksburg aro duo from St. Louis to-day.
Captain lllako will wreck tho steamer
Julia and sell her hi pieces.
The barge of thu Mississippi Valley
Traiispoitatiou company, taken to Pa
ducah by thu Flsk on Monday uiht, will
commence loading to-day, ami when
loaded, will ho brought back by thu same
The Eddyvlllo returned to Nnshvillo
on Monday with 30 tons ot Ico and r0
bales of hay.
Tho Jim Flsk had a moderate trip
down yesterday. She went back ditto,
The Suslo Silver nrrlvcd from Cincin
nati at I o'clock yesterday iilternoon willi
a fair trip and it loaded fuel barge. Slut
got but little freight here.
The Hurniiida Is duo Iroin Nashville
to-day with 150 liluls tobacco for New
The Keystone and tow Irom Mem
phis, and tlio Greyhound and tow from
thu South, passed up tho Ohio.
Tho A. .1. linker nnd tow, Hlgley ami
tow nnd Leopard and tow all went to
Tho Polar Star passed doitn liom
Nashvlllu for St. Louis wild two barges
The Great and Qra nil He-public will ur
rive In 'aim next Sunday on her maiden
trip to Now Orleans. Evcrybodj should
sco her, a sho Is pronounced tho largest
ami most eleganr. steamer ever built to
navigate Inland waters.
such tax vnytn, lioncver.ai dJSu. i.
H''ie upon tl,r prosily ofthP rtllnqunt?"'
AI.KX. II. lilVIN,
! '.i.M.,t,,i i., i.T"t.sasa-i
At Ucllkti Ofllce. Cairo, IlllnoU.
From tho Plains of Colorado.
From tho Rocky Mountains.
Mons, Paul's Celobratod
The Blind Horse
Old San Bice Eixnsclf
Cairo, Ono Day Only
FRIDAY, APRIL 14.
AdmUilon, iOcts. Children under 13
yean of age, S3 ct.
fTMip "Weekly lluHetl!!,"
$l.s., ptryrr, posUgc prrpuM, tu any mUrcsi.
IIK.M' AM) t.'IIKAt'KST
1'iit pnHliliiil In Siilillicrn llllmils.
1DVWrtin-ol'.iii execution to ine illactcil hy
Jlhc i-k-rk uf lliu diciiit i-niirt ol' Alvxunilrr
wiuiily. In the State of 1 1 1 1 I -. In fnuirnr the
I'l-npli- nl Dip Mala ol' llllniiii ami nitaint llrnry
WatMin Wilitiniul Aniln-w -I. Curlr, I hatr let
liil upon tin- rnlliiwlntf iU-shIWiI property, in
tlilm-uiinlyol Ali-Miiiili-riiii'lM.iltml'llllutiH. In
M il: 'HiPi.iiiilhrMiii.iili'i'or"-i:liiiii nlni C'l.ln
limii-lilp M-M-ilmi (17) noiilli, raiua.' Iwn (-')
u'.l iifllia.ini P. M. ill tin' i-uiuitvof Alrxan
iU-iiiI Mult-nl" Illinois, ami iiltn lot iinmlH-ml
lliirly-llii- (:) In lloi'k ti ii ilitx.-rrl rltlititn (IM.
In tin' Hint uililllltin In llio rlly ut' I mIi-o, t'uuntv
of Ali'Mimli r "ml Mate ol' Illinois, us the proii'r-'
tv ol'll-":il lli nr WiiImiii Wihli.Mliuli lflull
olli'i at Pulilio .-nlo nt tlio Miiitliwtwt iloorof tin"
riuirt lioii-o in tlie rllyof Uilro, In the i-oiiiity
ol" Alrvumlrr mill Mali- ol' llllnoli on flieVntliilay
ol' Ainil, A. II. IsTil. nl llio Imiir of i Icvrti
n'lJm-k.u in., nl' wiicl ly. lor iwli, to Millffy
Hint rM-ciillon. -''
Minlirof li Mimlvr onnly, IlllnoU.
Calm, Illinois, Mnuli Will, W--i'Mlll-w-iv.
Ifsvlin: alt tlio l.'iti-Jt lVnlriu la
Ni'ivTypo. tlie t'lnest Prr6n'S
unit Hie llcjit I'rlatrrt, we ureru-
SI muni iimiiii'.ii.i nin, .iTtij .
l'rlntlns tluiii any other ortlip la .-nulheru Ills-
Uaiiiiiiiik, Ills , 'Inn 13, 16.
Hare now iiilnii'F" vtry iirtlrartl.l:
... ... . ..... n.,iii ..11 limuiril irf. MiKlallT
ii'jitrl r'r irnites ami hoh I"1''' f. " rally.,
Vlni'iini i ir.ua or ,no
nt nine V) ifnlir hu.hel. 'irlwo aoltMSsCi
c.mI hlih w will .le tur ou track al twenty
Iin iloll.irn in-r i-jr-:"11' Imshela. I'arins no
i l.'hlni a" ir lo.nl ill wit upon K. M W.ml on
I ijjlilh slieel, iHlwien ( i .luneri'ial aiiuWssli
li'iBton in riiiiM. ami lM Luppllnlat reaonl)l
uiir .Mr Want will also ilillivr this rtial to
nny i.irf oflli.- illy al l rrar load. sk-llifsi-oal
roJUlMint J M pr ton. Ml III coal
ii.i.I In- the ( .umlY It It. Is supplied from
mil mllKM,uiiil it has no superior In Uc market.
Aihlrrss all onlerx lor coal tu
, rjrV. M. Ward, Ka.1. , has teams amfwlll
Wilds coal at $J W liar car. l-lZtlfl
Of KTfry IfiSpH0"
At the- lUM.I.KTIN OIII.V,