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AflUAl.ON I.UIK1K, NO. M.
Killtlit of I'yllilnd, Inif tu every Krj.
,fl ilay nlifht t Imir-iiaat iwitn. iiujiiu-
rtllultV Hall. Howl,
Al.KXANIIKIt f.OIK, NO. Ml.
lnleKMlMl Ont. r f ,M-I'il.
t I..,-.,. ..r.rv TlllirnlllV tlftfllt
' ... i.A'r.....if -..vpii. In their hull on
Joimnirrliil nrmuc, "I"' '"' ,"
'rOfH dll A1 I - Ml H jS u
' IVIltO HNCAMPMK.NT, I O. () r. llitrti
v in iMil-Killoivii' Hull on the llrtluml (lilnl
I mi i.l i In every month, tilliair ttt si'ii-n
J.Hll II Momma, U 1'
.Mill) I.OIKiK. .VO.S.17.A.K. & A. M.
Unhl ivi'illur collilntlliirotloim In !
miiiir II. ill, niriirr I'miiim ichil nvruun
iitnl f.lstitli iliil. on ihi (-coiil nii'l
i mill Miimluv nTmi'li month
Wlllll! plOtlS 111 1(1 lltll'll'. Illl'lllllitl St 1 1
I.IihM id' while wear fur nilM lor ladles
mill rhildicii, nl Hurler A 1,'oV. Tho
prices ol' these piods nre extremely low,
iiinl the Mock Is a most rt t rm.-l Ivu one,
lliirrnli for MhMch.
tjliTplii" carriages ami prcauibiilatnrH.
ror babies ol Ml Am, nt price, niiialnj;
from $3 M) toS'.'.'i. nt Win. KldiliollV fur
niture factory, comer Seventeenth strict
niul U'nsliliiiiton avcmif. l-ll-lin
tlcnl-.' t'lirnlMlilim ;miiIx.
I. Hurler A-Co.. have added to their
Mock tills Fprluir one. of tlie finest sclcc
tloim ot gents' luruMilii'r ooils ever
brouht to this cily. (icutleiiicii ate In
vited to rail niul cNslli III "onils Irf'forc
Th; Centennial llelrixcrator thclatct
improvement ni.il tin; bet ever made;
iiIpo a flue u-mrttneut nf hardvvaii! ami
i tillcry at ifuatly reduced price, nl A.
Ilullcys. No. ll'i Commercial nveni'c.
J!lbbon., liiinnud p.iraols. latest styles
and lowest pi Ices for 'ale at Hurler t
o's. Also an exipil-llelot of iwhincrc
.mil errn tie--, In the nuwe.-t ile-l;ii.
I'liriillurr I liciip.
Win. Klchholl'lias Jit't lilletl hi vvair
Iioiim; nml factory, corner of 17th I reel
anil Wnthlii'jton avenue with the
Inr-tu't flock ami uio-l eoniili'te variety
of fiirnltiiri! ever ollereil hi the Ciilro
market, lie means luislnc", and will
sell foro-h only at rock bottom llj,'iitr..
It U only iiece'.ary to examine hU lock
inid price" to -atlfy youi-elve-i as to
ijnallty anil eheapne-. and that (luif U
Hurler & Co. have a beautiful nwirt
incut or tiro"! jrootN ol all kind', and
fllk. Miiumerf-llk" as low aMxty cent
peryaid. Thc-o are tplendid hariln?.
fall anil fee tln.m before the rtih.
LYNCH &, HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
- AleMiiiili r county land-, alro lu'.f,
hi e.M'baiiHe for St. I.011U properly.
I'Olt KM. I'.
Tin! Miuth hall of the rilol" hou-,. al
Iloll-U (HI N'llllll !r t t, betvuen Will
nut and Cedar "tieetfi. lately (x-eupied by
.1. Sclde.-iiicr, Sli".
Iloiio; on Twelllh lreet Wot ol Wal
nut. "1 roouir and kitchen, i I.
--Itll-iuci'rfhou-o oil l.eei?i-lltel,abiie
A aiuA cott.i1.'!' 011 'I'wcnij Ninth
ftrect, near Commercial avenue.
Store room on Commei'iiiil avenue,
next to Waverly hotel, ?10,
Cottage of I room's on Twenty-third
Micet, $0. Good yard an 1 d-ttrii.
Good dwcllliijf liou.ee on Walnut, 1m.
twecn Twenty-second an I Twcnly-ih'.nl
More-room corner Twi-iitleth and
J'oplnr Atrteb,SU u'l.
Sjtoie room adJolnW'.' abui',
House (in Commercial avenue, above
Ninth street, t-ultable lor bu-Ine-s and
llou-u on Walnut fired, in ar Center
jilea-ant promises, $i Wl,
House on Commeicial avenue, near
lUth street. Suitable for hu.ilne- and
Tenements numbered 7, S and
tt, Winter's How, f nioiii each for S1U
per month. Will be put lu llrnl-cla's
Store room in "Pilot Hour-,' lately
occupied by A. llalley.
I 'wellliij; hou-u 011 Slxtli street and
Jellerson avcuuu $10.
Orphan Asylum bulldlii; ami pieinl
.es. Kent low, to a j;ood teiuilt.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, SI-a iiioutb.
ItoDiiu In various parts ol the city.
-Land.-', In tracts to Milt, near Cairo.
So.Mi:rniN(i Xkw. The llglitn lit jr. re
clprocatiuj,', tin churn and (,',' beater,
the latcht and the best ever made, at A.
llalley'!", who U now tclllm; hU large
stoelc nt Hove!, tin and btittaiia ware at
L-reatlv reduced price'. Olvo blm a call
belnro you purehasD, 115 Commercial av
Colored and mounted .Maps ot tin
citvoi Cairo at S'2 W) each (halt price.)
- A Oliver plated No. !) WIUou Shultlo
SewiiiL' Maeblne, hard (liiauo) llnMl,
valued at 5S."i. Will be sold al S'JOdl
count, on good terms, and oidered direct
from the factory.
A Sfld lieiulngton Sins lug .Miichluc -
i:tn nil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
hoot and hIioh inanulacluier.
h'or any of Ihe above at lleles.apply al
the Itm.i.iSTiN olllce. K. A. iiuiiNim
Shi: hocn. c. hoch, at hi filmp ami
Btore room, No. HO Commercial avenue,
has for xnle u stock of boots nnd shoes of
his own innke ; also a lull stock of leather
and fludluga lor wile; and a
larx stock of St. I.oii.h cus
tom mado hools and hIioch. lie
keeps the best material and is up in all
tho latest styles. Ills fits aro perfect, and
satisfaction U guaratitced. Give, blm a
Wv nil-millinilrril tu niilinliii(.i; .lullN II,
IIOMNmin ni u ri,lt.l.t rr ciu-r-n nr
tuiitcrnMinty, nt lliu cumliiK iniiiily eliclliin.
VVi' iiicttiilli'irii'il loiiliiiiiunii' Unit II. A. Kit
iniinitnoii Uan I iiIo 111I111I lii'iiiMii'.ill ruiiill
ilnlf lur Miciiif, nt tin" 1 ikiiIhk euimtv UeMnn.
VVeori-niillKirliil limiiliiiiliiii' I'll TKH HA IM',
I'ur 1111 linli 4'iiili nl iiiuilliliili- fur hh ilirnf Al
ritmli fninly, al llic ciiiiiiiiv; rouuly i lii'linn.
ItA IT.N Ol' AIVi:itllM.Mi.
J-AII lilll fur mUrrli'ini;, uv iluc tunl .uy
hI.Ii' in aiia'i k
'I ninrli nl u-lii rlinliiK ill l.i1 Itih 1I1.I t tli
rnli' ifll ") xri'iiuii- fur tin- llrat InKilloii
uli'l .VI ii-nlrf f.,r 1:11 li au1i-iiriit iiii' A lllKrnl
illwiinitwill In' ii:iii- on nlaii'lliii,' "lli'ly
for Ini-crtliiK I'llilinil liotlni t .Notlcfn I
li.Hlliiir nf n.rlftliniirfirritiii'UT Wcciil fur
em li Inn rllnti
Clinrdi, .Socidy, Kt-v llvnt nl fiiir tioliici
will only l- ImiTtcil aivltflittiiiiiit
Sn n'twrlU'inint will I rweUiil nt lea limn
Mct-iiU, aii'l noiunirll-iiiKiit will I Iiih-iii
Tor li'H tlisui lime ilnllnrs t inulitli
5. j . ; . Local Buslncan Not lcm, of
ZCtz ton linen or more, Innortnd
H-' in tho bullottn as lollowa:
Communco Counting at ton Linos.
Ono inanition per line Canta.
Two lUBurtlonHpoi' Iln 7 Conta.
Thrco lnuortlonH per lino 10 CiiU.
Hlx lnoiitlona por lino - 10 Ounta.
Two vocka per lino Ii5 Conta.
One inontli pur lino .. . .16 ChiiIh.
No KoJuctlon will La muilo in ttbovo
SATI KDAV. AI'KII. 2'J. 1ST0.
I.orpt H'pidlirr lt'mri.
Oaiiio III , April l. M
lur., 1 Wind. .l. I Wiuni.
1 11. m
2 11. 111.
.IAMM WA I Si IN,
."rmiit. SIkiisI ht t Wv, V. S A
1 1 1 i it I llnls
lint received by Goldmine
I'renh arrival of a very large a:orl
mtnt ol ladie' and gentV kid gloves at
.1 Iturg. r A Co. :i-'JI-tl
' I.llll'll l'llMT.
I.iueii llbre, lilate llnUli, letter and note
pajKTat tin.' I!i i.i.i:ii. olllce. lihieaud
cream laid, below St. I.ouN prices.
Uii.linirre I iweo itml .Vcllliius.
Ca-biuerc l.'iee and netting, a f-plcndld
a'sorlinent, certain to plenn the ladles,
Just in, at .1. Iturger A Co. II -21-tf
A hi'aiitlful liiii! of new einbioldeile.-.
just leeelved by the recognicd 'embroid
ery house" of Cairo . I. Iturger & Co.
Ladies' linen and alpaca mil-, beautl
lulh made and -tylllily trimmed, fur
ale at . I. Iturger it CoV. Thco ults
are - 1 1 i 1 1 lt a low a material enu be
bought In this cily. Call and ee them.
Itiill.i I. ri'iicr-, Item Km.
1 10 you know that .1. liurgcr ,t Co. are
111 11 eeliit ot a miignllli.'eiit Hue nl eaitietr.
mil oil clothe, all ibe very late-t styles
unit (le-lgu Tne lir-t arilval of the 'e.t-
oil. Stop in and rniiihie tlieir .lock.
lIutiM' I'lirliKliliiu: AiiimI'.
Till- department at . I. .liurgcr .V Co.'.
tore on 1 'oiiiuiercial nveuue. contain a
itnck ot t.tiile linen, towel. iiapMus,
inar-eilh s(pul., etc., etc.. which will de
light the eye of eveiy boii-ekci per
riiese goods are olieicd at panic price-
ami will go oif like hot eaker.
.lust received, a large flock ot Shaw's
Uefilgiratoif, and While Mountain tiiple
motion, icecream treeer- ; also a large
Mipply uf wire screen elotli for door.-
and window, all at rock-bottom price.-.
C. W. llKXur.u-o.N.
Corner PJih sticct and Coinmercia
.Siecic 11:3111 eti I.
George l.altncr. proprietor of Ihe New
Mxcel-lor Saloon, Coiumciclal avenue
three door.s below Sixth street, is bound
to became the popular icsort ot the city.
Thl- morning at 10 o'clock he will Inau
gurate a new feature in his line of busi
ness, to-It: Ho will re.-uiue.-pecle pay
ment pay out silver In making change
A fn e lunch every morning at 10 o clock.
The b:ir is -toeked with I'ii-uer liter, anil
tho best ot wines. Honors ami cigar-.
Give tlie Kxeel.-lor a call-It is Hie plan
for the heat beer, ami hard money. II
.V .Mi. I l.iiuiiilr.v
It Is now conceded that Ml. Colciniui
the laundress, No. 12 Kolirlh sticct, be-
twceii Washington and Commercial nvej
lines, has one of lite best conducted lauu
drv establishment? lu Hie .-ity, and land
lords ol hoteU and boarding houses will
Ibid It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are a follow.-: Hotel
and hoardiiig-hoiise washing 7a ecnt
per doen. I'or piece wolk pi Ices are as
follows: Single shirt and collar, 10c; per
du.eii, BOe; socks, no; two collar. Tie;
two handkerchiefs, oe; vests, 20c; and
all gcntlcnieu'.s wear, MV. per do.eii.
Ladies plain calico dresses, 2.'e; calico
dresses with extra triiinlugs,nt)o; while
drefscs, $1 2.'e j ladies' umlerware. line
and coarse, SI 00 per do.eii. 1-2'Mf.
(iiilnir 10 Kmiisiis nr Ooliii'iiiln
Take lliu Atchison, Topeka ami Santa
l'e railroad, the new and popular line
from Atchison and Kansas City, via Hie
heaulllul Arkau-as valley, lo I'uchlo,
Colormlo Spilngs, Denver, Cannon fliy,
Ciicliarus, Del Nolle, Santa Ku anil nil
points lu Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip HU day tick
el to Denver on sale .May lKtli, at ?."0,
taking In the fauioiis watering places on
tho I), ft l. G. road, law emigrant
rales lo the Kan hum mini's,
l'ullinan palace .sleeping earn betwien
the Missouri river and lliu llocky .Menu
lain without change. Close conm cllous
made at Kansas Cily and Alt I1N011 in
union ilonols. Kor limps, time tables
and tlin "San Juan guide." adddress,
T, .1, Ami.usiin,1
Gen. I'aas. Agt 'I'opi'kii, H'Hi.
To I'. llellV.ti'11 :iliilK'l y.ooAi if
gardles of cot. If
Thirty thou-nml )ul iccihed nl Hie
Two of Ihe M'wer., wo me told wcie
opened yc.terilay. and Ihe haliiucewlll be
Ilelliiiiiciit 'lux l.lxl
All leal e.-lale ilelhupient lor laves will
he placed III Ihe hand nl the printer, .May
M. next. Ai.kx. II. Iiivin,
.,-,.ld Coimly Cnlleeliir.
A r 11 I'limi i',
The populaliou has been iiicn'ai-il.
Chat ley I May is the lather ol a bright
girl baby. She made her appeaianee on
I In- 4lrcolx.
Stiict Supcrlnteuilcnt Gorman Is at
work with a force ol men and teams on
Ihi! Mrcets In the upper part ol the city,
and will soon have 1 hem In Up-top con
dition for dilvlng. They wen-badly In
uicd ol improvement.
The remains of littlcGottlilcd Ducrch
ner. sou of Kev. C. Dnercliuer, were con
veyid to their la.t icellllg place by spe
cial train yetei(lay aflernoon. There
wa a huge niliubi r of the friends nud
aciUaiutnuces hi attendances.
nuo iiiiiiii Am'iiii
Wanted hi Illlnlos tor thi; new Illus
trated Thl'tid I'.dlllon of Sir Walter
Scott's Wavcrly novels nud oilier popu
lar publications. Liberal Inducements to
good agents. Send lor circular and
trim- to W. 11. Kastnii A- Co., 12" Clark
stieet, H00111 711, Chicago, l-27-eod-llu
(Ir.li'K-il out ot Tom 11.
The tramps arreted by the oIIIccm, lor
loafing alioiil the Ilio Cairo and Vluccn
iics depot and slceilug in the ear on
Wednesday night, and locked np lu the
county Jail, went taken out ami given
two hours lo leave town, and proinUed
lo go, if they wen' given their freedom.
'I lie I'liicc.
I'or a elea : shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to .1.
George Stelnhou-e on Highlit street,
Alexander County Hank building. Hi
shop Is always neat; hi- towels always
clean; his a-.si-taiils always polite, and
his tables covered with the latest dally
papers, lortbe benclitof Ids customers.
Conductor Joseph Cormlek. known to
nearly every pcr-on here, just before liN
train started litnn the depot yc-terdny
afternoon, received a dispatch bearing
the news th it his daughter, who has lieen
111 for some time, wa- very low. and wa
not expected to live uiitil.be could reach
We will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tut: ltfi.l.nt in. unit the
anie is made on a wiltti 11 order signed
by the pn-idenl or secretary of the cum
puny, and we will accept no orders given
by an employe of the company, tor any
Cahui I'.i i.i.r.ns omcanv.
Now inbel 10. I "7."i. H
'Hie ru.ieriil ol ti.'itrse Mni'Mr. -;
Tin- funeral of Ihe late George Mackle
took place yesti rday morning. Tl'e re.
mains weie taktn to .louc-boro
via tlie Narrow Gauge iai!
road. when' thev were in-
teried in the latnily burying ground. A
number of Ihe friend- of Hie family ac
companied the corp-e to its Ia-t resting
Tlie t'lilirrrl I. list .Mailt.
The conceit ol tlie National baud at Ihe
Tenth sticct stand last evening was h
tciied to by a large number of people.
When It is rcincmbcted that this baud has
been lu existence only about live mouths,
il Is universally nt'it'td they have made
remarkable progtess In bringing them
selves out im mii-lcians, and a good baud.
Their music last evening was excellent,
and much enioyed by ll.e citizen-.
A Dm Ins Tin I.
On Thursday night, a well known gen.
tleiueii of ihWclty went to Id- home, and
being lather tired altera hard day's labor,
sat dow n oil the hack porch to rest. He
dropped to sleep, and did not awake unti
he felt some one tugging at Ids ailu-.
ami when lully aroused became aware
that his coat wa. gone. The thief had
Just hilt, and Ids letieatiug tonu was
barely vl-lble In the gloom. The gentle
man gave cha-e, ami ran the tldel all over
town, hi! says, hut could not catch htm
and rcluiucd to Iiii home lu Ids shirt
sleeves. The coat wa- worth Sit).
.I11I111 ltiililnsi.il lor Silirri II.
This morning Mr. John 11. liohlusoii
announce-: him-elf as a candidate for
sherltl of Alexander county, at the coin
ing countv election. There is now in Ihe
Held Mr. Uoblnson.Mr. Saupand .Mr. Kd
inuudsoii, and II Is generally understood
that Mr. Irvlu, the present Incumbent,
will also lie a candidate. All four ol
Ihesii gentlemen are widely known
throughout Iheeoiinly, hut none, It Is be
lieved, have more popularity than Mr.
I'oblu-ou. Ilels a man of undi-piitcd in
tegrity, 11 good and liberal citicn, whom
all feel kindly toward, and ll U expected
that lu the race nf November lie ivlll
make tilings very warm.
Couduclnr William Morgan, ot the Illi
nois Central railroad, had as pas.-cngei-011
his Thursday night train, Slu-rill' Nor
l is, of Williamson county, and t wo depu
ties, who had hi charge Sam . Music mid
Norils.theiiian convicted nt Mm phrboro
lad ly for being connected with the Hen
derson gang, whom they weie hiking lo
Juliet, for roiillucmcut lu the pcuilcu
liary, Misu goes up for loiirlccii ,cars,
and Noiris lor nineteen years. .Shcili)'
Nurrh; also had hi charge one man for
stealing a cow, w ho goes for beveral yeaiv,
nml iiiiiithei- emivleteil of stcallnif II lllllhi
In Williamson county, who for Ids erliuu
receives nine years.
Me. Oimu,--A io (pirn lin not le
telveil the promised iiimwci jtl, I hope
you will pardon Ibis slight reuiliiikr.
Indeed, since I see how generously the
nubile give to the lale enteiiulal party,
I feel moif Interest than ccr lu knowing
who is lobe the recipient of Its bounty.
Since the. Centennial Club had more than
Ihev were authorl.cil to send Irom lids
(IMrht. why ihithey continue lo solicit
the public, nud tor whom is til( ovcrp!u
reservid'' Novel, is.
f into, Afirll 2.
We will state for "Nonplus" henelit
that iieilher .Mr. Oberly nor any one el-e
about Ihe I'.ft.miN' estaliil.hineut is In
anyway connected with the (Vntennla1
asi)..on; and have no know ledge of
how much inoiie- has i i--i il into the
liamls of Hie nsvoclatloii. or what disposi
tion has been made of it. Mrs. Dr.
Warilncr Is president, and Mrs. Wood
lllttcnhoiisu secretary of the association,
and If "Nonplus'' will apply to cither of
them they will he pleased to give him alj
the Inhumation desired.
St. Charles It. I.anler. .1. C. Kramer
and family. James C. McArler. It. S. Al
len. W. 1'. Hall. Woodvllle. Ky.; W. M
Mm tin, J. i:. l.oomls.St. I.ouls; II. II.
.Marlck. Ulchuiomt. Intl.; W. S. George,
Lansing. Mich.; William Picket, Chicago;
Jjines i:ilt, Smllliland, Ky.; H. Itaibcr,
Niagara Tails; W. T. Sklgs, .Ino. Sprout,
Columbus; Clifton Dancy, .New Oilcan-:
(ieorge S. Nelson, Vlncenne; .1. .M. Coir
nover, St. Louis; L. I,'. Ilclow. Hvans
ille; W. M. Francis. .McC-inh Cily; .1'
c. Fehlgcr, New Oilcans; W. J. Syke
Memphis; J. K. itetlis, St. Louis; .lames
W. Happy, .Max Held, Ky.: L. Ilcaid and
wile, Kill ton, k'y.; Win. Wiggins, i'.ur
bondale; C. .M. Kay, Pittsburg.
l.i llrr 1. 1st
The follow ing Is a li-t of letter re
maining unc died for in the post olllce tit
Cairo, Alexander county, Illinois. Satur
day. April 29 :
Ladles Hell, .Mary; Chambers, Kmc
line; Conroy. Ilridgcll; Duvan, Laura;
Gardner, 1. Ia; Hmris, I,.; Harlan, Jane;
Lai Ihe, .Mary; Llm!ay, licit; Louis,
Mnry; Mllburu, Winnie; I'nhluson.
Helen; Sllneheart. Mrs,; Tisdale,
Gciils-ISIaek, G. M.; Ilabcr, .1. W.;
fiarter, John H ; Digs, lien; DIcksou,Jo;
Dufl'y, John; Dorsou, Thoo.; Hlmore,
Chas.; Fox, Goe.; Freds, J. F.; Hunter.
W. A.; Hannon, A. II.; Harris, Isaac;
Huckley, .1. L.; Jones James;
Kupper, Charles; Lloyd, Ci.pt. II.;
Letchworth. Samuel : .McGulre. Ander
son; Moon--, Charles; Means..!. A.; Ma.
sous, .1. I..; Phillips, (Jim; Portland, J.
L.: PettU. J. II.; Patterson, Whit;
P.oiish. lien.; Kohblns, A. I!.: Khutns
ton. J.; Sweeney, dipt.; Sutton. Geo. .M;
reott, J. W.; Tiller, Samuel; Webber, I).
A.; Wallace, .lames ; Wallace, .lames 11.;
Wll-on, L. A.; White, Monroe.
Persons desiring any of the above let
ters should plea-c say "Advertised.'
Gr.o. W. McKai:k:, P. M.
'I li ciiio nml 'iiiri'tiiick Iliillrnml.
A special dispatch (loin Springfield lo
the St. Louis Hrpublirnn of Thursday
uioruliig .-ay.: "Gitcn It. liauin and
John W. Mitchell to-day tiled before
Judge Trent of the i'nilf 11 Stales rour t. a
eri dlloi'- hill and a petition furati Injunc
tion again-t the alio and Vlueeiiui.s
railroad comp.iu;. , its receivers and all
other parties in intcic-t. It ap
pears irom all the papers and
a statement of the case, that more
I than two years ago Ibe philntill's went
1 -eeuriiy for Ihe company on Its
I appeal bond lor an amount which, with
its. Intcre.-t, amounts tu about S20,0t).
They were then stockholder and dine.
tors, and Katun was attorney for Hie
company, and they incurred thl- liability
in It 5 inieiesl and to piotict Its rolling
stock front sel.ure. Afterwards the
load passed lulo Ihe bauds of a lectlver,
ami the rolling-stuck wa- about a year
ago mortgaged by permission of Hie
court here lor $80,000 to build a transfer
arrangements mid Inclined at Cairo.
The chief eastern creditors pioiulscd lo
ptotcct these pluintlllV limn this secuiity
dclit. but they were finally obliged to pay
It, and now the rolling-stock ot Hie road
'.- to be sold under tlie mortgage to-mor
row, and Hie last shadow of property 011
which Hie plaintllls have any claim is to
pass out of the legal po-scsslon of the
company. They asked to-day an In
junction against the side under the mort
gage, hut this was denied, thcdefendeiits
being, however, iiiled to answer on
-ill'. t!crly nl Itiu Kloiil
A special ill-patch to the Chicago
7'inic. dated llockford 20th, tcicrrlng to
Mr. Obetly's addre-s to Ihe Odd Fellows
there, says :
Al'tet inarching through Kockford and
viewing it.-varied heaiilies, the Odd Fel
lows proecedc! to tlie lair grounds,
where Uiey enioyed an open air address
Irom Hon. John il. Oherly, of
Cairo, lie opened by alluding to the de
cision of Hie celebration and leferritig to
Its significance. He said he would en
deavor to tell his hearer- what Odd
Fellowship was hi its precepts.
mid practices, and endeavor to
prove il a liberal contribution to
Ihe well-being ol mankind. He then
spoke of tlie legend of the order of Odd
Fellow-shin. Friendship. Love and
Trui 1." urn ta il 11 at I Cse liueo worns,
as defined hv it, were coinpil-ed in all Ihe
principles of Hie order. He then defined
Ihe iiiciidshlp of Odd Fellowship to be
souielblng 11111-0 man tlie ii'icmUliip dc
lined in the lexicons, claiming thai It- was
1111 iill'ectlon ol mankind proceeding from
the desire lo do good mid ll'OIII U lavol-
alile opinion ol'lhe dlvliin qualities of the
iimimii soul, nnd Hint It was bas il upon
ihe ''olden Mile "nail comprehended thu
idea 'of the unity of men for tlie benefit
of mankind and the good Hie human
1 ace. Ho dcrlaicd that tlie love of
fie Odd Fellowship was a hiii'lhyand
ktiiliviirl se iitiiiieut. He likened lis mis
sion to 1 li:il of 1 In- Good Saiuai'llau going
up and down Hie world w llli oil ami w ine
seeking to help those who, going down
from Jerusalem to ,erlclio, have fallen
Into niisfoiluiiu and been stript of their
raiment mid wounded, lie said it gave
bread to the hungry, alwavs ran to re
lievo distress, using words to lead, not
blows o dilvc. and to weakness gives its
strength, i'h" truth taught by Odd Fel
lowship, he said, eiuhi aces what has been
called 'Industrial, political, nud philoso
phical veracity." Inculcating at om'o tlin
necessity of nceurncy of statement mid
Hill lllV . . li.M, . .Ill-Ill . 'It' I "li llllllllll
and Ireiiioni iiniii ii.itti pint, pa"
slim and priludiee. In conclusion he diet
! a plctiue ul a Minrise. Ihe dawn coining
iirsi on tne inisiv mountain urn, ami ioi
lowed hv the I'Mng sun, hringiiig the
Impalpable glory of light, driving the
shadow- of night away, and transforming
the il.'ii kuess lulo trultful hills and glori
ous valley. Thus, he Said, would Ihe
I IIII-, IIO Pillll, ,,-IHIIII HIV i
of Odd Fellowship and of '
Inilreil societies dispel ihe dal kilos seen
by so many In Ihe world and display l
Ihe eyes ol men moral landscapes beau
tiful 'and grand, decorated by all the
Iragrant blossoms and linn its of human
goodness, ami peaceful in the calm tun-
slilne ol perfect liapplues.
.Mr. Obeil'y speech . iiy highly
'lok(ii of and Is considered one of the
best nildre'si-s of the kind ever delivered
In the Stale.
ot furniliirc and hoil-eliohl goods, corner
ol Tenth street mid Washington avenue,
tlds morning nt ID o'clock.
It W. F. Axt.i:v & Co.
A Step lliiet.uiiril. bill 110I ltd mures
lir, ( .(1 1:0, April -Mil, U70.
Hut ton llt t.i.n rix: The "tax" sub
ject, which al tlie present time I- being
revolved In ihe minds ot Calio'- properly
holders, leads us to tlei coiishlciiiilon ol
our public -cliuoK the maintenance of
which represents no Inconsiderable shate
of tlie burden we are llndlug too heavy
The arbitrary law thai creates a school
fund by exacting a certain per cent, of
each man's possessions. In- he childless or
otherwise, . a wle law when carried out
according to lis original import. For
the advancement and prosperity of a na
tion It Is necessary that its children
should be helped or forced over Ihe pV
steps that b-ad up tlie hill of science; hut
it Is not necessary that they should go lo
the top. or even make a feint of having
When the people money is taken to
found human institutions for the desti
tute. It Is not expected that the latter
will enjoy the highest statu of luxurious
living. Neither was it Intended when
the school law was pa"ed that It should
make "accomplishments" or mere "hob
bles'' the leading features. When a bo
or girl Is po-sesed ol a good common
education, Mich as hhould be r quired be
fore entering what Is termed our "high
school," he or she should be turned oil
Irom the country's charity, ami allownl
to add the agreeable (but not ueecss:tr )
liulshlng touches, by their own outlay or
This Is advl-ahle lor two reasons: It
would reduce the expense of our public
I '''l100' about onc-lhlrd. as the enormous
, ..i 1 . .
salaries are oniy given aiiove tl.e grain
mar rooms; and, more important still,
It would cause the w.nk that was to be
done to lie more Ihotough and eomph le.
At present the iuteie-t all centres lu the
high" room or "show" room, 'ihe
teachers ami pupils hi lliu lower grade!
feel slighted, and the constant aim ol tne
latter is to rush thiough their books ami
ct up whuie tlie fancy work is going on.
Tlie result ot this Is lamentable; a class
receiving diploma- lor. hiving been
through rhetoric, without knowing tjie
parts ol speech ; geometiy iiialiihtble
to given practical analys hi arithmetic:
ancient ami modern history and Ignor
ant ol the way to spi II Philadc Ip'ii.i, nir
t 'euteiiuial city.
As guardian- of tlie rl-lng generation
we -hollld take ourselves to tu-k for thus
allowing and encouraging thi- -tipi illrbl
course. Let us Inl-t that our i lnldiui
have a good common education at ihe
public expense, and Irom this I hey cm
woll, to any point their .-latum, eeetipa
I Inn or inclination would nialer ad
visable. N. H.P. G i;n-.
(Which hi lull means Non-Hlcetiic-Phoii-ograpluc-Gcrinauii:
and other tooex'jieii
Mj lies' .S'li'Crli.
During Ills -peech last evening, at
council chamber, MaJorSykes said :
In the remarks which I made last Fil
day night. I endeavored to -how how
Cairo might become a great iniiiiiifuclur
iugclty. Her advantage- for iniinulac
turlng are inferior to 110 place 011 the
Mississippi river. Her coinuierci.il Im
portance will increase us her growth In
inaiiufacluiilig iuerenc. Li Ihe year
Iti75. tlie assessed value ol Hie real cstnlu
lu Cairo Wss $2,010,727. In IS70 the
assessed value ol real cstale hi Cairo was
$2,001,000. The hideblcdncs. of ibe city
Is, we are informed, about $100,00) or
one-tilth ol theassc.s-cd value of her real
estate. This Is very heavy, and it until.
lug 7 done, will lie very oppressive
upon you. If, however, by increasing tie
growth and wealth of tlu el y of Cairn lo
ten or twclv' millions; of dollar, tlds
debt would be comparatively light.
How can this be done. Iiy inaull'e-tlng
a spirit of enterprise, and Inviting capita'
here to be Invested ".In various kind- of
in iuiifaclurlng. V611 cannot stand -1111.
Von will either have lo advance or relro
grade. I am .satisfied from an Intimate
knowledge of the country and Its pro
duels, that not only from this place to the
Tennessee river, lint :i" far a liiini.sville,
Ala., that no enterpii-o lu which your
cltl.eiis can engage will be of as much
value lo Cairo as this .'dro and Teiines
see Kiver railroad. Take lorlu-tancelllie
article ot tobacco. You now only receive
11,000 hdds per annum. Willi Ibis ro.nl
finished even as far us Paris, a distance ol
seventy-live mill", would tecelve al least
5,000 additional lio,;si'.ids or more
than double what you now receive,
llallard and Grave- cnnuilcs, Kentucky,
now produce S.000 hogsheads of tobacco
per annum, and can, If necessary, double
that amount. Two acres ol laud, well
cultivated, or three ncies ordliiailly cul
tivated, produce a hogshead of tobacco.
Fifty thousand acres of hud at least In
Hie-e llilic CiMintie-, ale well milt'd to
thu growth of tobacco, and that amount
would yield twenty or tweiiiy-uve iimu-.
sand hogsheads. This tobacco trade
may been a grelt thlag for Cairo, II
tint ('alio and Tennessee itiver man
should be luiill. Whenever thulobicco
Is still!, supplies will be' purchased, and
j may safely say that 1 acli liog.head of
hacrn broiigbl b ('alio will
be win Hi to Ihe city tell
dollars, or 5 .10,M profit nn live hundred
l.otfs.hend'i. '1 Ids Is oniv i.ir nrtlfl. 1
( 'nho's he't market will lJ(. m, ibe line of j
I his road: Tobacco can lie brought here
over this road nt three dollars a bog-1
head, which Is lift) per cent. Ies ilmiMt 1
now costs lo bring tob.uvo from .Mnyllsld j
lo Ibis city. I am not eMiavagaiit when
I say that this road will do Cairo tnon
' "J ........... .v..-. ..... ..w ...... 1 ...v.. ...
good, and bring her more trade than nil
the rallroniU which come lit re. Whether
you can aid lu building It or lo w hat ex
tent. 1 lor you to ilelerinlne.
A snbscilptinn by Ihe cily in Its
corporate capacity Is neither a-keil nor
ilc'lrcd. You have already gone beyond
ihe constitutional limit, mid what i-
done In the future must be ilnne hv Indi
Property owners ami men engaged hi
business must determine how inileli they
will iiid 1'ils enterprise. I believe II the
road Is properly and (couoinicallv built
It will ben paying road to Hie stock hold
ers. It should not cost niore than eight
or ten thousand dollars per mile lo com
plete It. I'pun this amount it will pay a
No road should have a bonded indcbt.
eihicss exceeding $5,000 per mile, nud
even a less amount Ihau this would be
belter. Tlie value ol roads Is destroyed
by their enormous Indebtedness, which
soinelluie.s leaches $20,000 per mile.
I have now, said tint spenker, laid the
facts befoie you. I a-k you lo consider
them and take whatever coursi-joitr In.
lerests demand ami your pidgini nt sanc
Milk punches, whisky punches, brandy
punches, vum punches, mint jnllps, Icm
oiiatli'S.,aii(l all the mixed drinks of the
season at the Heading Conui.
l-2!Mlt .Milks P.uikhu, Proprietor.
si:v r.vrn srui:i:i -inp washix-hihn aw.
ni'i:, 10 o'clock a.m.,
SMltiiilil.s. A pill Ulttli. s7il,
.SPLHNDID FI'IINi ri'lM:.
Consisting of Parlor. licil-IIoom. Dinlng
llooui ami Kitchen Furniture.
Terms cash and sale positive.
T. Wi.Nif.it & Co.. Auctioneers!,
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
ONVKYANCEILS, KOTAKIKB PUBLIC
Lund AKentu of the Iltlnoiii Central and
liuillnxton and Uulacy H. It.
llusiue-s House lately occupied by
Wood IllttculiDiisf ,t Co., on Levi e be
low 1 lib street. He it very reasonable.
Dwelling house. 7 rooms; 10 lots
cilclosi'il, in good order, on Twenty
fourth ami Walnut streets. Ik lit low to
i good tenant.
Two tenements 011 west side of Cmi:
mcrcial avenue near Filili street, suitable
tor -hop mid dwelling. Kent for each, $
pi r mniiHi.
Dwelling house, a room-, oil Filth
licet near Witluut, in good icpalr Ih'iil
$12..V per month.
Cottage. 2 looms and ki'clien,
i'weniy-liist ..tint, near Sv c.inoie
mi Hi side. Ik i.l per trail. lb.
Two small liou.is, umthwol iiirner
Flflecnth and Populai. Kent low.
Itascnicnt of brick building, wi t side
of Wa-biiigloii avenue near Highluntli
-I nit, live rooms hi good condition!
liuilding on e:i-t side ol Coinuiclcla
avenue, near Tenth sticct, suiiahh) for
carpenter shop. Cheap lent.
Ii'.illdiug oil west side ol Commercial
avenue, near Twelllh street, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, olilccs ami rooms hi vari
ous 1 teatious, Hciits low.
Lots ami lands for sale or lease.
John (,'. II.iii.m.in iV Co.,
Heal H-tate Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. ll-l.Vtf
l'iinii'i'iii:e lor Sule.
Cooper shop, barrel hou.-e, dwelling
hou-e and thiee lots, all fenced and with
good gules. Also full stock- of tools for
all kinds of vvoik. The whole will be
sold very cheap. Apply at shop near
Narrow Gauge depot, fool of Font lit
Mi eel. I-il-tt-
VV.Ul Uk.IMIIIMK.sr. KlVKH liLI'IIIT.
I LOW UIIII.
i : v 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1-
Ni'iv 01 leans
Pel III' lllilll Mlltimf 1ST I v
I AMI'S W-t?(N,
SVlWant, SIxiiiiI si'ivllf, l'. S. A.
i'nrl I. 111.
Steamer Ja'. FM, Paducah.
Coiuniouwi'iillh, St. Louis.
" LaitrfL. Davis, St. Louis.
.1. N. Kellogg, tow, .Mcuiphlf.
Slnipsoii Horner, tow, O. tivcr.
Smoky City and low, O. ilvcr.
II. M. Norton, low, St. Louis.
Joseph 11. lilgley, low St. 1..
Sleaincr .las. Fik, Pmlucah.
Coiuinoiiweallh, New Orleans.
I. una L. oavls, .Miniphls.
J. N. Kellogg, low. St. l.mil'.
Joseph II. lilgley, low, St. L.
Simp-mi limner, tiUv, Soiitli.
" Smoky Cliy, tow. SoiUh.
H M. Norton, tow. St. I.onl.
" Fauclion, Ciuclnii'iil'
Tho Coniiiionwcallhho"' St. I.nuis
.nun. down on TiiPHil.iv night with a
good trip. She added 100 tons !''' "
h ft for New Oilcans.
I Tlie Laura I.
HUMS passed nun 11
from St. Louis wltli Maybe's clrctji. She
lakes ihe (otripnnv to .Memphis mid
- -Tha Sinip.on Horner and Smoky
( iiy passed tlow n with tows of coal for
Hie .Souil .
'I'he.lojeph H. Blgley went Imck to
St. Louis with two barges of coal.
- 'lb.' l'lk had a fair trip Irom
The J. N. hVllngg mid tovvpaicd up
iioiu .nempiiis inr st. Louis.
'Ihe Fanehon. after laying at Ihe
bank lor two days, departed for f In
chitiall. - The James Flsk It Ihe packet lor
Paducah lids evening she h aves at C
Ice ( renin,
Phil Saiip has renovated and rt fur
nished his Ico cream parlors throughout
with costly furniture and fine carpets,
making il one of tastiest and p!casauct
places of resott in the city, where pure
Ice creams of all ilavors mid pure quality
will be kept every day for bis patron.
Washington avenue, lluder'a block.
Special bargains hi iiui-llns at Gold
sllneA I'oseini ater's. ;i.2(i-tf
Mens' line shot's hi great variety at
l-2.i-.'it ). Hayoiiou.v t ( 'ot
1". Iletlbrou will give yon bargains in
dry goods, notions, etc., at liurscr's old
stand, Commercial avenue. u
Go to lluigcr's old stand, Commercial
avenue, If you want bargains hi dry
goods. It is a great bankrupt sale, tt
100 eases of ladles' ami children's
shoes Jut opened at
l-2'Vft O. H.vytiioux it Co.
A splendid selection of cheviots just
received at Gotd-tlnc A Koscnvvatcr's.
P. Iletlbrou has bought the cntlr,'
stock of W. Weil & Hro., at liurgcr' old
stand. See double column and bankrupt
1000 yards Hamburg embroideries at
" cents a vanl. at O. II vvtiiohn it o.
-A fact worth knowing that P. Heil
hron Is giving greater bargains than ever
oilrrcd In this city. tf
Stop and eamlue my goods be
fore you puifhasc. Corner of Ninth
street nnd Commercial avenue.
II 1. IllilLllltON.
Hx iiiilne the immense stock of shoes
ami dry goods bought on the late decline
mid just opened by
I-2.VII 'o. H.vvtiiou.v ,t Co.
.A. ll.u.i.r.v. A linclot of table and
pocket cutlery, also spades, shovels
hoes, rakes, foiks.axes and a genera! line
of hardware Just received by A. llalley,
llo Commercial avenue. 2-18-Hiu.
Filiv cents, at Winter's Gallcrv.
t ilj- ol' 'alr,
t'oloretl and vanilshcil, for sale at
price ($2.f.0) at the lit l.l.KTiN- olllce.
Ml reel. "lil
ttmrtcreil by the
Stule or Illinois
fur the express
iitimosc ol idvtnir
luu. I iiinl miimrj-u -
H'U-cs In nil llu'ir ruiupllnitiil firnu. It Is U.
known Unit Or .Limes lus slovl at the lie.id ol
the prnlfj. slim Mr llic past 3i jeaia Aeeuiil
fiivrii'iici'uii'.ill lmii.iil.int. sieiiilinil Hcnl
iiessi, nllii In ..-im Iiy iIiimiik illiiili'.s i ll II e
fur." In-t iihiiiIiuihI -.111 iinltlri')- In' (imsl.
Iiniii'- waiillni; Ihe most ili'llrle iitlcntleii, ei.ll
nrwilli'. I'liii-ant linme fur tuticnts, A lnnik
fur tin-inllliiiii. Murrhnru tiiililu wlili-h tills
yuu all iilsiiit tlu-iiillsi'iisvs -wliu shuiil.l limn;
wliv not lo t ints tu pay initiu. Ir .fiilnm
has nl iiiiiiii nml pallor You siu nooui'lait
the flootor iiihi'i' hours. 11.111, to p 111. sun
tus, tu o I.' All Im.liii'rti ulrli'llj-ciinlliltii-thd.
Blake c& Go.
l-!ieci's r lo)
B. P. PARKER,
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Xt TlXTfil nEa,;
ATnll I'npcr, Wiudow QlanH, "Win
ilow Shndos, &c.
.Vlw.ijs on Ii.im.I, tin' i-i'li hratiil illuniiniitin
Coruor Eleventh Striot unit tVmhiuit
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Hoadquartors for Grocerios!
4,000 Rio nnd Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds Now Orloans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1 500 bbls Whito Rofinod Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yollow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rico,
100 Torces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Greon and BPk Tea.
AMI tlTUKU I'ltODIirR.
I H, TO iiinl i Vino Mreet, 4)I.N.,I.
an 3v pinn
Straw I Felt forks
aol y. MihHrcot, hi. laiiil. .
lamlliU,' establinhmml nf tlie VVr.t. Ill-RACII-IMi.
OYINU, AI,Tr:HISO. snJ ll "' uf
.MUliiK-rx Vorttiloneimni.ll. ' If" Bl;
for te. Churge iul, on "01 "-nl it. "
fur I'UIM, l.:-(Unlm