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LYNCH ft HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander county land, Cairo IoIp,
in exchange for SI. Lewi properly.
The Ntutli hall nlMhc "I'llol" hni' t
Cottage oil Nliilli Street, et ol vVal
nut street, $12 Wt.
-Cottar nil I'tuirteenth -lit i t , Ht '.l
ct Washington avenue, J I
- Saloon anil llxtiire?, nuthwef earn
i:i Kilitientli -utoi and i.nnuuciciul
avenue, at u haig.-iiii.
-Ooliagi' on Twelnh Mnn-I. wcM of
Dwelllng-hoiKc tut 'iikh uiWt, we
ul WaidilnglMi avenue,
-Illl'IneWlinu'e (111 l.fM-i'ntrcel.iihiiVi'
--A good cottage on Twculy-N'lnlli
ttrcet, near Commercial avenue.
- Store loom oil Commercial aicntic,
next to Wavcrly hotel, $10.
Cottage of 4 looms on Twcnty-Uilid
Mreet, Hood yard ami cistern.
- flood dwelling; houeon Walnut, lx
tvtecn Twcnty-M couil and 'I'vi-t'lily-lti'rtl
Store-room turner Twentieth and
loplariitreot, $12 fill.
- Store room adjoining aliovc, j,".
Notice on Walnut Mreet, m-ar ( i nter
pleaatit preiiilei, $12 fiO.
Ilouw )ii Commercial avenue, near
l'.itli street. Suitable for 1hiIii'a and
Tenementi numbered 7, S and
1), Winter' How.fi room each lor 410
l-r nioiilli. Will l) put In tlrid-4!Ja
Store room in "Pilot Hoiim" lately
occupied by A. llalley.
I welling houc on Sixth street and
Icll'enon avenur; $10,
Orphan Acyliini building and punil-i-.
Kent low, to a good temnt.
Store room, corner Twentieth ami
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
ltoom In various parts ol the cliy.
FOK l.HASKOH SAI.K.
I.and. tract to cult, near Cairo.
Vlrllll KHltKlor Hrr
at the Thalia caloon. oiioMte the I5n-
i kiiv olllce. tf
(inline lu liHuan ir (JuluroiU
Take the AtcliUon, Topcka ami Santa
Ke railroad, thu new and popular line
Ironi Atchison and Kansas City, via the
licautlful Arkana valley, to I'uehlo,
Colorado Spring, Denver, Caution Clly,
ruclmru-. Del Norte, Santa Ke and all
nolnU lu Colorado. New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip HO day tick
et-to Denver on sale .May 15th. at ."i0,
taking In the famoim watering place on
' the D. Sc li. i. road. Low diligent
rates to the San Juan niliic.-.
Pullman palace sleeping earn between
the Ml'nourl river and thu I'ocky Moun
tains ithout change. Clot' connections
made at Kaua City and Atchison in
union (lenot. For map-'. lime tables
and the "Sail .loan trnUIc," ndddrci's
'1'. .1. A.NlKieo.v.
Ceil. I'as. Agt. Toeka, Kali.
A .o. I I .nil ll ill-) .
It I now conceded that Mr. Coleman
thu laundre, No. 12 Fourth Mn-W, be
iwceli IV.'i-hbigloii and Coinniwelal ae
lines, hai" one of the best conducted laiin
drv i .-lahlihuieilts in the -Ity, and land
lord ol hotels ami boarding houe- will
lii 1 1 1 it to their advantage to sill upon
her. Her price nro a follow: Hotel
ami hoardhiir-hoii'i' washing 7.1 cent
per dozen. For piece work prices an a
follows: Single "liirt and collar, l.V; per
dozen, sOo; .ock, ,Vi; two collar!!. "e
two handkerchief', .V; ve-W. 'JOc; and
all gentlemen' wear, N'. per doen.
Ladlen ulaln calico drcsc", 2.V; calico
dii'sscii with extra trimmings.. Vic; whlti
drcsies, l Am'; ladies' uudciware, lint
mid coarse, $1 00 er doen. l-v!.l-tl'.
Vli-iiim SlH.r II e er
al the 'I'halia siloou. opposite the
Tin' iinderliii'd Is picpaied to puui
out ami repair citei ii or build new ones
oil shnil unllce and at .-atlfactory pi Ices
.1. S, Haw kin-..
Jll and -M Cedar sheet. Po.tolllci' box
Si:k hocii. :. Koch, at his shop and
toru room, No. !l Commercial avenue
ha foralca lwl; of boot nml t-hoes of
his own make: alio a lull flock of leather
and liudiugs lor sale; and
law stock ot St. Lou s ens
loin made bool- and hoes, II
keeps the uet material and u up in all
the latest Mylcs. Ills (Its are jwrfert, am
atNfailiou Is guarauleil. (iie him u
Phil Saup has renovated and refur
nished his ice cream parlor.t throughout
with eintly fiimlluru and llim arpel?
making It one of tastiest and pleiiaiiet
places of rcorl In the clly, where pure
Ice creams of all flavors and pure ipiahty
will ho kept every day for his patrons
Vtusiiitictoii avenue, l(iuior iiioci;.
LaucaKter Sr ltlce have Just received
100,000 jilne Fhlnglcs from tho Miehlgan
pineries; also 10(1,000 cypress MihigleH
and all kinds of doors, fn?li, dres-ed
lumber and building mulcrlal all lor
sale vety low. Yard and olllce, comwr
of Sixteenth street and Commercial ave
.100 llook AKflilH
Wanted lu "llllnlos lor tho new Illus
trated Thistle. Edition of Sir Walter
Scott's Waverly uoveU and other popu
lar publications. Liberal Inducements to
good agents. Send lor circular and
terms io W. II, F.aston & Co., 125 Clark
street, liooui 711, Chicago. -f-JT'Cod-lm
Woo4 1 Woo.1 1
For wile at ?1 00 per load. Stove wood,
sawed and split, $1 er cord. Four fool
woml, $.'1 50 per cord, delivered lu any
part ol Hid city. Hlg lot of stove wood
on liftiid. Leayi' nrder.s at No. Ill Dighth
isfreet, and they will receive prompt af
lontlon. M.'Miii. V. W. Wahd,
I'OR MIKItlKK. , -
We mr niiUiurlreil to nnmnr JOHN. Hi
IIOHISMIN M -li.ll.U e lor CIm tiITiiI ..Mi -
ghilrri'iiiinly, ul Ihr roinhiK roimly rlrctlnii.
Weurrniillirirlmt In niinotltirr that It. A, K.I
iiiimUon In bpi Imlriitiiili-nl lt-i.nlllcaii i jii.II
ilnlelnrMirlUr, nl the rniiillliK i-oiliitr i l llnn.
We utemilhothml Inmiliciunrr I'KTKItH t'l',
for all llidf.rl,ilfnl 1'Hlnll'lulc lui M.rillr ol A I
n.h.lrrroimiy, ul 11 riituliifri-iiiuilvrltillim.
AK.AhON I.OIKiK, NO. M,
KhIkIiM of 1'ythtuM, in-tnny
Juy iibjlil l lwirHut fn, inO.ll
tviluw' Hull How,
I Imui rltiir Coiuiimiiilrr.
ni'riulil'li I flllllK. NO '.'I.
ittk, liicleivmlriit Ordrr ul Ml-rl-'-STlOU
ul hu r-ii.il wimi. I". Ili-i.rll ; i
Jouuum ll uu-iiue, llii n '" Miu ;;ii"i
' lAtltO KNt.AMI'MK.NT, I O. O, r ,. Ih.st.
. j,i.ii,i..-i.Uiw' IUII uullic nrituml UilM
O. O, V., iniita
n.. ti in rty month, M JulM"t iyrii
a OA I HO
JWK Millie II
fr .,i -,
IHOl,OI(iK. SO.KIT.A.K. A. M.
rt-iruliir comniiiuirauuna m
Hall, evil hit Column CUI ttrnue
nliili trr-t. on wconu hiki
omlli Moielav lifrni li luiinlli.
M.iTf.H Ol" AllVKHriMXW.
U"All I'llls for w1-rtikiiir. ri-iln uml i-
khll- IS AOVANCt
trniilriit wherlli-lhn will In-lnirlf ul tin
rle of tl r f.nuirr forll firnl IiimiIIuii
Hint .' it-iiln fur wli iiliinnent our A UUrul
liwjiiuit will Im- iiimlv on tlunlliiC ainlilleil
Vorinicrtinirrunrnil nolice 1 ' otl-f ol
nit-tllii of toclflln or wi-ri-l onliri Ul ri-uU for
tliunii, Sotirly, Kmllviil un.l Jiunr imllrr
will oiilyU-liiMTtiil u mtiriti-i-iuciits
.Vo ir. rlUiM-iit will I rnlHl al Im llin
ttint, n.l no anvrrll'tiiirnl will Is- lnrtl
fur lis Hum llinmliillHrs prr month
Local Buatneas' Notlcm, of
ten Unas or mora, Iusarta
in thu Bulletin aa follow :
Comtnocca Countintr at tun Una.
Ono fnaortloa par lino -. 3 CenU
Two InaerUoui par Una 7 CuU
Tbrea lnwirtlona per Una ......10 CenU
Sir insertions par Una 16 Cant
Iwo waekapar Una 36 OanU
Oua month per line ....36 Canta
No Keductlon will ba made in above
i - i..
WKDNKSDAV, MA V 17, 1S70.
Loral Wealher Mepori.
Tii I Wimd
II " :
:m kk i
,1i. "M .
i n. in.
.1 A MK-S WAISON,
arrifnint, Slg-iial Sful.-r, II. S. A.
StiK k of Dry iioods at very low prhvs
ilt .! t'llll. U. IIA.NN
Large sliH-k ol Carpet ollering very
cheap al .VI 1-1 in. C. Ha.n.nv .s.
Fur the plain to buy IiiiiiIht cheaply,
go to.l.S. Mciiaiiey, corner oi inen-
tlethl-lwtjiiid Washington avciiuc.u here
he U locating hi- new lumber j.iiiN. and
is now prepared to fiirni-h all kinds of
I i 1 1 1 I i 1 1 material. -l l-liu
Linen libre, iilati: llul.-h, letter ami nob-
paper at the 111 l i. ki in olllce. Illue ami
cream laid, Im Iow St. Louis prices.
n iinuirdiati! M-.ttlemeut of all au-
coiuils due the liriii ol Stuart A Chobon
Is demanded. All bills not paid on or
iM'lore .lune l.-t, wilt be placed lor col
lection. Sirim-A; tiiioi.snv.
.Nolice lu Miliier.
I expect to be away tioni the city for
Mime lline, anil iliiilng my ab-ence. Mr.
W. Kobhius is duly aiilhori.ed to rep
resent tue a agent ol tho "Key Line."
V10-lw. W. P. W incur.
May 10th, lsTO.
.Iiisr ItKi'i.tvKii A. llalley lias Just
recci.-cd a line lot of canary and mock
ing bird cages, tlower Mauds, flower
trainers, baskets, ,-ucher, hearts ami
wreathis. whleli lie has m:u ked very low,
at 11.1 Counueiclal avenue. li-lS-:ini.
Hun nil n ir.
Miii. Stewart, having moved to the
large frame hoii'e at the comer of Sev
enth street and Washington avenue, will
board and lodge good reliable peixius,
at $'20 per mouth, ltoouis large ami
Th Centennial llefrigeiator thelate-t
iuiprovementai.il the hot ever made,
also a Hue assortment of hardware and
cutlery at greatly reduced prices, at A.
Ilalleys, No. 115 Couniieiclal avenue.
llruiiiia lor Kale
Any ono wishing to purchase an organ
will do well by calling at E. & W.
ItuderV, ai! they Intend lo close out their
stock in that line and will make. Ilgures
lower than they have ever been sold for
Large stock of Ladies, and Children,
Hoots and Shoes at low prices, at
r.-ll-lm. C. IIannv's,
For a clea, i shave, a fashionable hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to ,1
(icorgo Stelnhoiuu on Eighth street,
Alexander County Hank building. Ills
shop Is always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
his tables covered with the latest dally
paper, for thu benefit of his customers
SoMi:iuiNi Nhw. The lightning, re
ciprocating, tin churn and egg beater.
the latest and the best i ter made, at A.
Ilalley's, who Is now selling his large
stock ot stoves, tin and hritlana ware at
greatly reduced prices, tiive lilin a call
before you purchase, 11.1 Commercial
Thirty thousand ut received at
Iht'taxpaytHof .hllcUy v.lllhoh'l ul
,i ii . i.,.r:,i...r .i.i,,.,.. I
meeting at Ihecoiimll
Vleuwit NnUnlstr. Mrer
at the Thalli eitlnoli, otistc llio, llj l.
l, l. TIN olllce. '"'
Hiilleriii liir hr jt4te
.lust received u large aoilnient ol
llaaal fllohe Fitting Patterns, the bet
tilling lu ne, at (Jm. C. Ha.nxv'i
.MI'S Cullllell of Little
clly. Mill- U i-UlliK hci.
liocl;, li lu the
flsfer. Mrs, D.
Axlel.'at the SO. Cllnih's liolel. ' -
.Mr. Thomas l.eul of Cuiio and
Spiluglleld. Is State agent, or special or
general agent ol the Protirtlon Imur
auce eoiupaiiy ol Chicago.
Dn and alter Ibis dale C. W. Wheeler
,V I o. will oiler conl wood at $.1 W) per
cord; -auie c.-uved and pllt, $"i 00;: sin
gle loads $1 "., per load. Strictly cah.
Cottage on Tenth street, "oulh s'de,
iM-tweeu Walnut street and Wuhlngtoii
avenue, will lie let until lt ol Not ember.
Ui a good tenant. Impure at llru.ixiiN
olllce. E. A. Itt'HXIITT.
Mr. Nat Prouly, well known to nearly
everybody in the city, and.Mrc. Dlukle
were married on Monday night. The
bride left tor the eiiteiinlal yesterday
The Charter Dak U as near perfection
an we ever expect to find a stove. En
tirely satisfactory ; In shoit, a perfect
success as a llrit-clas cooking stove.
Tain t Tae ! !
The taxpayers of the clry and county
are requested to meet at the rouncil
chamber Wednesday evening, the 17th
instant, at 8 p.m., to hear the report of
the committee on taxation.
W. li. Smith. President.
We have at la't ke tired tin; name with
plenty ol evidence, of persons who have
ln-en (dealing newspapers left at doors by
our carriers. Wc propose making an ex
ample of those now, and every newspa
per thief we catch hereafter.
The Member of Cairo Casino .vo ru"
quested to meet at their hall this
(Wednesday) evening at S o'clock, sharp.
Ilti'lucss of Importance (the adoption of
the society's new constitution) will be
transacted. Ity order of the president.
Ciias. IIi-.i.i'iiicn, Secrt'ary.
li. .1. CumlHl'lias, just received a car
load of Dubuipie ice, and will continue
to receive. Ice throughout the entire sca
miii to kiipply the Jobbing and retail
trade. He respectfully solicits a share f
your patronage. lee depot, So. 17,
Eighth street. ,V17-tf
Wlkliurl'a I'llie Tree Tiir 'o rill ill
is thu natural enemy of eon.-uinption, dis
tilled from the life-sap of the evergreen
foro-t, emittliisr that mysterious aroma
and tilling the very air with joyful sen
satlons ol tien-'lli and vital emotions of
iM'ifcct health. Infallible remedy for
ouglis ami sore throats ! 'J.hw-H
The mayor has called a meeting of the
lelegatei appointed at Hie la't meeting
of the cltv council, to make arrangements
for tho coming grand celebration of the
Fourth of.luly. The meeting will take
place at the council chamber to-morrow
night, and hi- honor requests a full at
tendance of all concerned,
UlNr baric el.
Mayor Winter yesterday morning notl-
lled all the police constables, but two who
were appointed by him at the last regu
lar meeting of the council Olllcer
O'Mealey and Sargent, that from ft o'clock
yesterday morning their services as po
llceinen were not need. He also notified
Mr. ilrown, who has made a most excel
lent oHleer, that his services were no
A I.Kily VI I Ilea i
I coii'lder the Charter Oak as blessing to
every house-keeper who Is fortunate
enough to have so excellent a cook stove,
.V few of Its merits are ecouo.ny In fuel,
quick baking, with a large reservoir that
heats water quickly, and hot enough for
all household purpo.es. We use inferior
soft coal, hut the lines are so large that
they require very little cleaning,
The Toy I ii r Literary tllub.
The Taylor Literary club will go to
Mound Clly next Saturday and v-lveom:
of their amusing entertainments In that
village. They intend making the trip on
the ferryboat "Three States," and Invite
their uiinuToiis friends In Cairo to join
them in the excursion. A line, string
band will accompany Hie party, as well
as thu National Cornet baud, and a pleas
ant time is assured all.
llr. Niite'a ciilurrb HeineUy
is no patent medicine humbug, got up to
dupo Ihu ignorant and credulous, nor Is
It represented as being "composed of
rare and precious substances brought
Irom the four comers ot thu earth, car
ried seven limes acros-s the great disert
of Sahara on the backs of fourteen cam
els, and brought across the Atlantic
ocean on two ships." It Is iii'"mhi
mild, soothing remedy, u perfect speclllu
for Catarrh and "Cold lu the Head;" al
so for offensive breath, loss or Impair
ment of the sense ol smell, taste, or hear
ing, watery or weak eyes, pain or pics,
sure liiihe head, when caused, as they
nil not iinfnqnenlly are, by the violence
of Catarrh. (:il)-.Vdw-lw.
Viemiii MHlvulor near
at Hie Thalia foloon, opposite the Ittu.
i.ktiN ofilce. H
lfl'da toceltid nil' Older foi llil.fl i ifr
If l'daV lccelrid ah' oidi
loads ol strawberry bovc.
"-It. J. I 'undid' has icceiviil a ear load
of Hie coldest Ice we hinu si f"lt oi-
tislpd thU scas'KJi.'Q' i-iddir lltaii ;tlif
lee Dofsiiil.s 'nnt to skate, upoui
whleli he 8avs got colder as the rents in
hi clothing got larger, every time he fell
down. Cinidlll wlll keep Ibis kind ol Ice
allminmei fur the wholesale mid letiill
trade, stce hi advcTll'emeut.
The I'aylor Literary ebib has eh.iifer
ul the teamer Three 'States lot anevcui-
l0ii lo MolindClly, Baturday .May 2iV
HfiU. I liere Will J niii-mm luieiniaiieir
mid airaugemciits uinde fdr those Who
are ilipo"cd to dance on tin- bnal. For
the round flip Hk each. The boat will
leave the foot of Fourlh-s. ai I::i0p,tn
and will remain at Mound Clly until al
ter the Taylor Mlnstiel nrforinance at
Stokes' hall, leturnlng lo Cairo at L! in.
The committee ol arrangements for the
coming celebration on .Inly lib. INTO, ap
pointed by the mayor and continued by
the clly council, MaylHh, are hereby no
tllled to meet at (lie council chamber,
Thursday evening, lHtli lnt.,at precisely
7:-"Wl o'clock sharp, for Hie purpose of or
ganization and fhe appointment of sub
committees to carry out flic programme
that may bo agreed on in the general
H. Wixtiii!. Mayor,
Mock In M. Mnry'M lark
Information lias again been borne to
the ears of the authorities that horses
awd mules are turned into St. .MaryV
Paik nearly every nliflit. Chief ol Police
Cossman detailed Olllce Lallue to keep
watch on Monday night, and raptuic. all
stock hu found lu the park, but the own
ers evidently know- when to commit tills
grievance, for no one made their ap
pearance, neither was their any animals
fo lie found on the prcmisi s. This
should not discourage the olllccr. A
clos watch should be kept for parties
guilty of this oil en e. who should be pun-
bed to the full extent of the law when
Vienna N.iUiilor lifer
at the Thalia saloon, opposite the Rn.i.i:-
tin otllce. tf
It Is rumored about thu streets that
the two gentlemen named Freeburg and
rey, who came here some time ago and
gave it out as their intention to start a
wholesale grocery store, have dlsa-liean-d
and have no intention of coining
back. They stopped at the St. Charles,
and commenced operations in a maimer
that ltd all to believe Hint 1 1 icy meant
business. They rented the large brick
building at tho comer of .Sixth street
and Ohio Levte. had shelving put in the
lower room, bought a lot of llour, etc..
which they put in the. store, and madu a
big outside show. On Saturday night,
however, they left, taking with them
their trunk and everything eKe iK'long-
lug to them, ami nothing iuee that time
can be learned of them.
4'.ileliliilil lli-er Hull Our Siilnon.
Fred Holhelii7. has newly fitted up his
place lu the most beautiful and magulli
cent stvh and Is the handiest and coolest
place in tlie city lor comfort lu warm
weather, lie has also a private room for
ladles, separate from the bar room, and
will try to make it as conilorlable for his
customers as possible, and will
try to treat everybody witli rc-
pect. He will alo have on hand the
Iiest brands ot cigars; liquors and wines.
and other cool thinks whleli the Center
ulal times require, lie will also have
lunch at all hours day and night, and
big Centennial glass of lager beer always
uii liaud, cool and creamy, wiiicu can t
lie heat lu Cairo. He will have on hand
lu the rc.laurant line Swiss cheese, Lim-
berger cheese, hand cheese. Holland her
ring, sardines, sardelles, anehovies.caviar.
pigs' feet, sour tongue, pickled tongue.
pickled eels, sandwiches, and all other cat.
Iliies in the market. Come and give liliu
About nine o'clock yesterday morning;
a man named Tom Lynch, went Into the
saloon ol Pat Fitzgerald, corner of Com
mercial avenue and Fourteenth street,
and sat down. Presently a young coun
tryman entered and called for a drink.
He was served and drew from his pocket
a roll of money containing about twenty
dollars to pay the bar-keupcr. No
sooner had he taken the money from his
pocket than Lynch seized and took it
from lilm, and made a break for the door.
Thu bar-keeper ran to the assistance ot
the robbed man, and thrusting a revolver
Into the face ot the would bj thiol, told
lilm to fork over or there would buacorot
net's luqueet. Lynch caiuu to thu conclu
sion ihatMlUeretlon was the better part
of valor, and returned the money to the
owner, and left the hoiiie. Chief ol'Po
lleu Uosemati and Shcrlll" Irvln were ap
prised of thu atlair, and went in search ot
Lynch, who they soon captured and
lodged lu the clly jail. Lynch I- well
known to many lu Ibis city as a very
tough citizen. Ho did a number of Just
such tricks as tills lu Cairo during thu
war, and It is said by those who are ae
qunluted with lilm, that he was the part'
ner of a noted personage Known as
Spotted lliuk," during the rebellion.
Wu will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tin: Uiu.i.ktin, unless thu
same Is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of thu com
pany, and we will accept no orders given
by au employe of the company, for any
C'AlltO lllll.l.KIIN CliMI-AN'V,
NovenilKT 10. 187o. it
A. Hii.i.kv. A llnelot of lahle and
pocket cutlery, also spades, fhovcls
hoes, rakes, forks.nxes and a general Hue
of hardware lul received by A, llalley,
115 Commercial nvenuu 2-18-;ini.
Capture ul iliu .-anloiliiiiM llrsiri-i,lu
ol Moik.niitiIMii, ((enliirKj IIomt
He Mni nni;hl.
During tlii;vpait -SAttiiral tnontji's this
ity has been paid ficqnctit vl'lts by a
gentleman iinmed Patrick' Coni-cll.jwhn i
reirescntrL'lifirieli u ujatijek hirer.'
No one,' yclure.A.v!, cxVipl hc rllY h v'ui,
ChiifV Police flrt'-AnWaU their us.
IstaiiU, were any the wiser uf.the. uai,
vocation of Mr. Council, who turns out
to be a noted detective lu the employ r'
Hie American Evprc-s lompany, lie
eainif here hi search of the noted thief
and desperado, Ed. Johns n, who, In
efiinpiiiiv with a number ol olhers of the
same stiiiie. some sixteen months ,i!o.
rented a room on MadWou street. Mem
phis, In the most prominent part of the
city, and jidyerllsciLa eomnilylnu binl
nes. ty means of decoy" ji.-ltcr.s they
succeeded In enticing nu impress uieiseu
ger named Wrady Into thu room, and in
open day assaullod, nearly killed, ami
rolilied him of aiargo tiinonnt of money j
Pcopliiliitlie strcctaliough't uJlgfit-Was
progieslngin the room, and many wlt-t.ej-.ed
a portion of the mlalr. Securing
their booty, .lohnson and hi, neenmpllccs
went out on Madison street, and paed
through a crowd of at least three bun.
died people, crossed Madison and entered
another basement room within llfty
yards of where the robbery was commit
ted, where they divided t lie swag and
A large detective force wn put upon
thu track of the robbers, who were all
finally captured, .lohnson proving him
self thu most dilllcult to catch. Among
the force who had a hand in working up
the case, was the celebrated AIleTiTlnk
erton, of Chicago, who came to Caiio on
several occasions last summer to learn
thu whereabouts of .lolmson, who was
supposed to be lu this neighborhood.
Sheriff Irvln, of this city, It will hu re
membered, was alo on the trail of .lohn
son, who about the time ot Phikerton's
la't visit lo Cairo, put chacd a team of
mules at Metropolis, and started for
Cape Girardeau. Sherill Irvln went in
lu pursuit by rail, while Pinkcrton, who
had also got Information of where John
son was, started after him on horseback,
and finally succeeded lu arresting lilm in
a saloon at tho Cape, Just as Sherill Irvln,
who had been detained on the way, en
tered the town. Johnson was taken back
to Memphis, given a trial, and sent to the
penitentiary at Nashville, tor twenty-one
years. Altera few months residence at
the penitentiary lie eseaptd. his friends
paying a man employed at the prison to
haul slop to haul lilm out in a Mop bar
rel. Immediately after hU escape, beMiles
sending out detectives after him, the of
fleers of the company had ten thousand
illscrlptlve circulars printed, with pho
tographs of.loiinson attached, ottering a
liberal reward foi his capture, ami these
were distributed in all parts of tho States
and Canada; but nothing until lecently
has been learned of him.
About six months ago a woman came
to this city ami tool; boarding with a
family in the lower part or town. A few
days alterward 'he moved her quar
ters, ami located herself in a mole. se
cluded place. Shu was reeogiii.cd as the
wife of Johnson by thu olllcer', hut had
assumed the name of Jennie Ilrown, and
received a number of letters under thU
name. Sheriff Irvln succeeded In getting
hold ol one ol them, which was Irom
Johnson, ami hi? wheicaboul was tluis
found. Slieilll Irvln had the rops laid to
haul him hi, but the next that is learned
or him he W Iuj.i1l at Morganlield, Union
county, Kentucky, having been ariestcd
by Sherill Houston, el that place, lor
crimes committed In that vicinity. A
few days ago Shcrlll' Ilou-ton, of I'nion
county, was ul Louisville, when
hu was shown one of the
circulars ami photographs sent out
the company. He at once rccoguicd
the picture ot Johnson as one of (he men
lie had In jail at Morganlield, and whom
ho had captured a few days belore. Tlil.i
Information was forwarded lo thu ex
press superintendent at Memphis who
sent Detective Conijcll to Morgan
field to set; it liewa, thu Johnson wanted.
He proved lo be the right man, and Cou
ncil telegraphed hack saying. "I have
dollar for dollar at last." The despatch
! ehatactirlMiu ot Conr.ell, as he U re
cognized a" one of the most succcssful
p rscvcihig, daring and cunning detec
tives in the Fulled States. Ilu Is devoted
to his profession, nm will sacrifice com.
fort and health in the pursuit ol his call
ing. Joliison It appears has bccii one t,1
a desperate gang of river pirates on the
Ohio, who have made their home on
llatboat, committing the most outrageous
depredations in various localities
along the liver, mid when the
otllcus attempted to arrest tlx in
thej' gavu battle, ami Johnson was
slightly .wounded. The Memphis Apptal
lu speaking of tint arrest says : ';.SI.eritl'
Irvln of Alexander county, Illinois, and
City Marshal Oeary, of Pudncah, have
been very active lu frying to capture
Johnson, and have materially nldid In
hilugiug it aboul."
Just received, a large stock ol Shaw's
Kefrlgerators, and Wliito .Mountain triple
motion, lee cieam freu.ers ; also n large
supply of .wire scieciiclollil'nr.-iliHir
and windows, all at rock-hotlom prices,
('. W. IIi:niu:iisov.
Corner 1-th street ami ('omuiercia
Linen Damask Nankins and
hlg Ollrilng at leiluecd piiemat
-ok -run -
I of I'Mlru, .ill.,
colored 'iim; varnished, for salyjat jluiH
.-For - -Elltv
cents, at Winter's (lalleiy,
STRAWBERRIES AND ICE CREAM.
! Kciinii iviit ii, .!ii,v m, mvii. ,,
.... i'i-. "em viiiirrii,
lee Cream, h'frnWbeirfiM, Lemonade.
) spiendhl fiirat,c;o,cl6ck;ikl-'l(Vwcts,
Fancy Aificlcs, Miisic .A, cording ii'ivf
.tatlou intended to at!. The proceeds ol
thi lutlivul wilt Im- devoted ti( p'ibitlnr'
JOHN U. HAEMAN & CO.
l.-lO O'Slfl, 1 A.C3-1D-TS1 TS
.'0HVKVANCKU8, N0TA1UKS PUM.IC
Land Avunls of tho Illinois drntml unj
llnrllniiton and Qulnoy it. It.
limbics House .lately occupied by
.Wood lilttcnhousc & Co., on Levee be
low 1 (Hi street. Hcit very reasonable.
5 Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, In good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut streets. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on west -Ule of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, suitable
lor 'hop nml dwelling. Pent for each, ?8
Dwelling house, 5 rooms, on Fillli
street near Walnut, in good repair. Kent
SI 3, 30 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-llrst street, near Syeainoie
north side. Kent $, per month.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Kent low.
llasenicnt of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near Eighteenth
street, five rooms lu good condition)
Ihilldlng on east -Ide of Coiumercia
avenue, near Tenth struct, suitable fur
carpenter shop. Cheap tent,
lluilduig on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street. Did "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, olllces ami rooms' hi vari
ous locations', , Kcnts low.
ots and lands for sale'or It a?e.
John Q. IIaiimin ,VCo.,
Ileal Estate Agents, comer Sixth and
Prints and Muslins still cheaper al
.VI l-l m. j '- : ,'c. Havnv's.
W aii llEi AinukNT. Itirce Ittniiir,
.May t", ,H7I
.LOW VVATKIt, ClUMlk.
j n. in. n. ts.
Cairo U 'i Zo f.
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lAMI'.s W A I'M IN,
tTjMint, Signal Sirvtfr, A.
Steamer Jus. Fl;k. I'aduiiih.
" Hello of Shrcvi port, St. Louis.
" Era No. li. .Menilliij.
" Ashland, Arkansas,
" John II, Maud, Vlck-bnrg.
" H. t'. Sehenek.i'lne'uniati.
" E. .M. Norton, St. l.oui.
" Efu.-i ami tow, St. Loul.
" siiiipion Iloiuer, tow N. O.
" Smoky City and to.v, South.
Sleauier Ja. l'Ik. l'ailiieah.
" HclleolSluevcpoit, N. O,
" Era No. !i. rlminuati.
" Aihland, Cincinnati.
" John II. Mnud, St. Louis.
" C. f'.Scliciick, New Drlcaus.
" E. M. Norton, low, "St. I.uuN.
" Etna and tow New ( irleans.
' Simpson Horner, tow, I'ittv'hg.
" Smoky City, tow, I'lttstiurg.
Tlie E. M. Norton brought a tow of
salt, etc., from St. Louis, and will ihsWi
the Liberty witli her tow to St. Louis
from lids port.
Tlie Etna pacd up Hie Ohio with a
tow of ore from St. LunU.
The John 11. .Maud put oil' 03 bales
ot cotton at this port for the EaM, via the
Cairo and Viuceuues railroad.
Thu Simpson Horner and Smoky
City liavt; tows of empty coal barges,
Thu John 11, Maud passed up Irom
Ylcksburg with a mnderatu trip for H.
The U. I Schcnck". came down the
Ohlb wfth'a big trip. Sh.f'gftt :.sj' hluK
tobacco at I'adiicah, iiml loll tons freight
und 82 hhds. tob icco here. Slie left this
port for Now Orleans loaded Mat.
Tho bonta due to-day fcin St. Louli
are the Capital City, for Vlcksburg; Hie
liewandcouiiuodioiHstcaiuerf. IC, I'eek,
tor 1'itlsbitrg ; thu Atlantic ami barges,
for New Orleans.
Tho Clierokcu is due Irom New Or-
leans ;wltli 400 bids molasses, H'S Mils
rosin, I'Obbls rice, 12.1KX) feet of lumber,
110 hhds sugar, 75 bags codec, 2tW pack
ages fruit, -10 hales of cotton, In all IIM)
tons lor thu Ohio river. She had ul-o at
departing from that port HO cabin and 2.1
Thu Vint Sliluklo passed down from
Cincinnati tor .Memphis with a uiodciate
Tho llcliu ol Shrevcport laid a good
(rip for New Orleans. Shu got nothing
U 1VT 3t I XT 33
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I j-mlliiir t'tiulilisliiiii-iit nl' I lie Wesl. IH.K I H
N(1, HUNII, Al.TtatlMl. nml ll l-l'" '
Milliners' W'orKitniii'pitmipilv. I'liulrrlHwa
I'oinulc. I liursea paid on KimiUM-nl n. f1"!
ir a nimin IC. .I.l... lo I'JUlilllli III
Wil XXiil.fm,,, ovnunl Ageiwy Inr
tlws.ilnof sitaple avtloli- In IlieUruttry Iliw.
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II Ilu-M.nllli llrMllllll.l, I 1,11.1 llcl, I , oil.
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Oity National Bank
CAPITAL, - - ll(JO,CO
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EacohanRO, Com ond United States
Boiido Bought and Sold.
DKI'01T! nreivi'.l and rrnr ml Unklssj
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 18M
CITY NATIONAL DANK, CAIRO
A II. SAKKOU1). l'rtoblt-ut.
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W . llV.SI.ur, Src'vuiiil'l'nailirrr
1IAIICI.AY, Ciias, Ualiuiiiii,
.Stock n.si 11, 1'ACLll. Mciiuii,
(.'UNMnilAU. H I, llAU.IDAY,
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i.VTKUi:.ST )4i!. on ilcjiosiU al tlie rate nf s
ecrieiit iwranniiin, Murch Ul ami M.tiui
kt Int. Iiitrri-st not wltliJruwn i aililnl Inime
llntely to tin- principal of the ilciioaiu, tliortby
llvliiiC them rnintoiiiiJ Inlervst.
Marriod Women and Children ray
DcpoHit Money nnd no ono
olso can draw it.
Opon etrry Inislnessituj- fromfti in. to .1p.m.
li naliinlay cvenliiRH lor anting ili'iasHi onlr
roiu li l.i 8 1,'. lock.
W. HY8J-0P. Trsssurur.
K .1 Ajna, " S U Ayit.
AYRES Sc CO.
r. xe i n in-
So Si) Ohio U-uv,
BOX and BASKET 00
Ural r in
All Liiuli, linr.l ami null,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &o.
Mill tsi Yard.
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Street, and
G. N. HUGHES,
Over Xstbttii Unl'.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LV,
City Nttlontl Bank Building, up-iulrt.
Thu OldsstEsUblishea Avency In Souts
sru Illinois, representing ovir
S65 000 000
ll A II k". AKIN Clilumo
Xi. X). Altin A Co.,
harness i saacue
".!t55'. ,. '..9a Mt
"Whips, 06Uat, Btcf
105ComnifrcilAtuo, - - . f4IB0,l(X,
O'llwiv lUrorhit; u Willi Ihrtr tuUrossss
ill ITii'l u i-.iirtjili-ii. flnior nOutU from ttbiebl
s.-la'i'l, at ImiIIoiu iriiva.
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wtr - CAtito. via,