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U. 8. SIO. fiSB., OnSKKVKK'S OfICK. 1
Wlasdaouthwcsfv, velocity 3 iiillel"r hour,
y.witnm umpcrture Ut 2 hour.
3 d. 63 decrees.
Minimum temDerattirr. last 24 hours, at
0. n42 tlcgrcci.
Tallin wind last 21 hours, oiitliwest,
ToUl number of miles win J travelled, last
34 bo an, 163.
Total rainfall last 21 hours .01 Indie,
David V. Harnett. Observer
Fifty thousand envelope Just received at
Probate court, Judge ilron prcsMliu;. will
convene next Monday.
Toe wagon road on Ohio levee l In mi al-
moat impassible ronditloii.
The Bev. D. II. Tiirncy lectured In ."rlng
Held on last Wednesday.
The leveo was yesterday crowded with
frelfht awaiting shipment aoutli.
Sixteen bozei of Greenhouse plants Just
received at Bristol A .Stilvvkll'?.
Mrs. Bennett of Dixon, Illinois sister
Mrs. Z. D. Jlathuki, Is visiting frfcli. I
Calro. Envelope! furnished atsl printed at the
BcixrrLN OrncK at s to it) per thousand
Hon. D. W. Munn, who has been absent
from the city for tome time, returned vev
terday. A lew pounds of that "California" left at
Lufklns. It li worth looking at, If you
don't buy. l-llMl'
Jutt received and for tale by Mathuss A
Lhl, Ohio levee, Mbbls choice apples and
M bbls tweet potatoes. 4-19 tf.
A white man claims to have been rubbed
of 20 While attending a negro dance at n
house on fourth street lat Tuesday nltrtit
Serves him right.
There are three or four persons In Jail In
thla city, awaiting the arrlvnt of Judge
Bross before they can have a hearing. Tlu
Judge may have arrived this morning.
Track layers on the Cairo and Sit. Louis
Toad arc at work between Sparta and Mttr
physboro,and In about a month the road wilt
be built and cars running to Murphysboro.
The place to buy wall paper and window
bads Is No. S Sixth street, opposite Win
ter'a block, where you can buy cheaper
than any place In tho city. 11. Ant.i:. tt
F. Jl. Ward Is uowpicpareil to deliver the
bestol sawed and split hickory wood to any
part of the city. AIo all ktu Isof wood and
coal always on hand. tf.
in me mums oi tlic fourth ward, as
published In l ur. Buli.khn on Wednesday
morning, It appears that Mr. Jnmei Kyau re
celvedllb voten. This vtateiueut l lucor-
reel. Mr. Hyuu received In the Fourth
ward 151 votes.
Air. louis iierbert' new Minding on
Eighth ttreet l apjiroachlng coinpletion,
and will boon he ready to be occupied.
When done It will bo one of the bet biisl
ness houses In the locality.
New stock and new stjlei of wallpaper,
paints, oils, window gl.va, etc., etc., at B. V.
Meigs' new store, Washington avenue mid
Eleventh street. Call ami tee the latest
styles In wall paper before purchasing el-c-where.
The most tltncl) suggesllou ssc soe ol.ls
that of the 'Gazette' to plant trccx and
shrubbery In the court-house yard. It I
now the dirtiest and dimalet place in
Cairo, and Is enough to drive a respectable
criminal to suicide.
We are the solo ugont for tho sale of .Mils-
son's pure cider vinegar, made on ills (arm
at Cobdon, lliiuols, put up in convenient
sliod packages for family tic, and every
package warranted pure.
M8 tf. COFKKY, l'ACK t CO.,
No. C5 Ohio Levee.
The streets In the vicinity of tho old
post-oQce, at the corner of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue, are in a worse condi
tion than at any time during the. pat win
ter. The worst mud holes to be found In
the city exist there, and ttnlcs soon tilled
VP, It will be out of the niicstlon for drays or
wagons to get through them.
Tbe board of education have completed
a MtiKeinent with Mr. Curtice, by which
hwui.lrcler, give two le-vm, tt, vocal
mutle to th4 scholar In each ut thu nrieeii
rooms of tbe public schools In this city
the colored schools ore to share the Instruct
tlon also. The first ltson was given nn
jusDBuius in aiienuancu at the present
term of the circuit oourl were a bu.v a
bees yeiterdsy. The Green murder cae
was called In tho morning, and it was not
long till tbe panel of the regular Jurv was
exhausted, and only one Jurvmau obtained.
Duiing the day upwardsof uiie hundred per
eons were notified to appear before the
court and "make auswer to such question-."
etc. At the adjournment last night eleven
jurymen n&a oeen oMiiucd.
ib iuz uulletin or yesterday morning
we gave the particulars ofa tight w hlcli took
puce in one of tbe bawdy house, n the
lower part of the city, In which a young muu
flamed Manahau was seriously injured, ami
Uted that no arrests were, in this we were
mistaken. Officer John Cain and Fred
Whlteamp, arrested both parties Implicated
tu iao row, ana locked them up In the cala
beose. Manahanhiu but recently been dls.
rom, "'"''a penitentiary.
Whterft hp tikti fuss aa...,.l.. s -
vviuiuvivii u iJ rear
OAIUO AND VINCKNNES ItAIBOAl).
Trains now leave Calio and Mound Cltv k
Cuxi. O. Wood, Ucn'i Ticket Ag'i.
ICE CUEAM SALOOV.
TAi warm weather Is approaching the
iOTeri Ot Ice cream will be glad to taru that
lUsercSaupftClarkson have fitted up and
refurnished, in elegant style, tbelrice cream
texioa. Their mammoth aoda fountain has
aleo been put in running order, and nothing
lwantin about tbe esUbllshmeut to make
ttepleaaure and comfort of thcir;patrou,
In the afternoon of the .lay ol election a
ncsro man called upon a gentleman con
nected with one of our most prominent levee
business house?, Mid Informed Mm that a
certain candtdMeiWscnthluUtbo negro)to
tho store, where he wa at uscr
U (he groceries, provisions, etc., he might
want. The gentleman listened to the ne
gro's story, and asked hliu what he would
ltv to have In the eroccry line, when he
..... i..rnr,nl a dollar's worth ol coffee,
a dollar's worth ol sugar, and a dollar'o
worth ol tea was all he desired Just at that
time. The articles were put tip lor him,
and as the Bcero was about to pick them up,
he was akcd Ifthe candidate had not sent a
written order lor the sroods. This Was a
'lumper. The candidate did not think It
ncccary to write an order J but tho
darkle expressed a willingness to go out
and llnd the man and get a written order.
The gentleman, who for convenience sale
wc will call Mr.U.,told him ho would prefer a
written order lor the sroods not that he
tnltriited (he neuroc's word, but that
was a rul? of the house that no goods be de
livered to parties with whom they were not
acquainted without a written order from the
party ordering them. The negro lelt the
storr, but whether lie has found the candi
date W lint known, as he has not yet called
lor the fc'ool. The candidate of course
knew nothing of the transaction until told of
It bv Ihe person of whom (lie negro tried to
get Ihe groceries
I lis funeral ol Stephen U. Plumtner, who
died In this city on tho 17th lust., wilt take
place to-day at half-past one o'clock, from
So. l seventh street. Friends ofilecased
arc Invited lo attend.
DEATH OK A CENTENARIAN.
Richard FaulIoti, Sr., of Hackonaack,
New Jcry, died suddenly on tbe l'.'th Inst.,
aged TOJ yearv The deceased was Ihe
grandfather of Mrs. Wm. V. Pitcher of this
A good ct ot single harness. Apply to
4-l!i-(l,",t Stone Depot.
Call this morning and look at the large lot
ol hamUome, thrifty plants, rose-bushes,
etc., just received at
4.''0-U No. 3i, Eighth it.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
Sales on 'Change yesterday morning, were
repotted as follow :
Coru 1 car mixed, In burlaps, 41c.
Oat': cars, S and D, IWe; 1 car do 37c;
car do .lie; 1 car do .TGc.
Flour 100 bbls 3 75; 1CJ bbls 80; 100
bbl- choice : 75.
Mrs Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
just opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and lift y d life re nt stylesof hats and bonnets
beldo a largo assortment ot ribbons, How
crs and netloni of all sorts, all of which wil
be sold nt tho lowest prices.
iri icK I Attto and St. Louis U. B. Co.,
Cairo, Ills., April it, 1&73.
A meeting of the directors ol this compa
ny w 111 be held on Thursday next, tbe 21th
Instant, ut 10 o clock a. m., at the omce
Mc-trs. 11. U. l'ayson & Co., No. 30t North
Fifth street, Jaccard's building, In the city
of St. l.ouir, Missouri.
4-10 did. S. Staats Tavlor, lret.
Notice I hereby given, that tin auiutal
meeting of the stockholders of the Cairo
City Ferry company will be held at the com
pany's otllce, corner Sixth street and Ohio
levee in this city, on Monday, May A next,
at 10 o'clock a. ui., for the purpose of elect
ing ceven directors to serve the ensuing
year, and lor general business.
Tlios. W. IIaLLIDA Y, Sec'y.
Cairo, Ills., April 17, 1873. 4-1 7 dtd
C tlRO, April 18.
K.lltor nl ll.o llullctliti
1 notice In the 'riun' a communication
styled "Baptist Ufayv," purporting to be
written by one Caldwell. He came to this
place six years ago, v hen our church was
illstracted, and there Wire only ten of us In
membership. Wo wanted htm to stay with
us, but he said we could not pay him money
enough. He left us and took the church at
Owensboro, Kentucky, for a thousand dol
lars a year, lie deserted that church and
his house, which ho had built on the church
grounds, burned. He w auted to sell and get
'I'll is man talks about church usage. Bap
tist church u-agc Is this: Every "n set on
her own eggs; every man attends to bis own
business; and no preacher should burn a
house. .TOSEI'II C.lMBKl.L,
Deacon First Missionary Baptist Church.
1. S. Elder Shores has built tu a church
house. Caldwell cannot build. Ho wunts
Elder Shores' church. '. C.
Dav ot wrath '. Every "male monster"
blessed with a wife and i home, knows full
well Just how much the boasted superiority
ol his sex amounts to on house-cleaning
days, when lovely woman having re
pented that she ever married man, proceeds
to destroy lilm from oil tho face of his own
premises by means of an Impromptu deluge
This Is nothing more than the legitimate, re
suit or man's own obstinacy. Had he
heeded the voice ol reason and used the
Averlll Chemical paint, the smooth, glossy
surface obtained would havo rendered Inun
dation unnecessary, and house-eleanln;
would only be a ploasant recreation, like
the cultivation of flowers. The A. C. 1
covers one-third more surface, and stays on
twice as long as uuy lead paint. Call lor the
genuine article, mixed und ready for use In
all colors, ist N?. E. Way X Co.'s, Sixth street,
between Washington and Commercial
FOILS A LK.
FIIPIT FAllM AND UAKDEN SPOT.
The noitti part of section 15, T 1C,' south
range I west, In Pulaski county, one mile
north ot Mounds' Junction, two miles aouih
of Villa Hldge, and four miles uorthwust ol
Mound City, containing slxty.flve acres,
lortj.flve of which is Improved and tinder
fence, with a stream of spring water ruuulng
through the same.
I'pon the premises) Is a new frame houe,
built the past year, and four tenement
houses. AIno Iruit trees ol every variety,
many In beariug, and a vineyard ol MM vines
In full bearing.
The above premises Is one of the most de
sirable for gardening purposes la Southern
Illinois, J itie pertett. Apply to
4-13-Ot Wm. F. Pncstxit,
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1873
THE VOTE OK TUKrfDA V'.S ELECTION
CANVASSED AND THE I KSUl-l
WOOD, HOW LEY, WEBB. Ot'NNl.NO.
11AM AND BIUD DECLAltEl)
The city council met In Joint session last
night, there being present Mayor Lansdtn
and Cunningham, Taylor, Schub, Wood,
llurd and Woodward; and Aldermen ataf
lord, Swayne, riilllls, Stratton, Robinson,
Cunningham, Metcalf and Waldcr.
After the transaction of a large amount ol
miscellaneous business, the poll books of the
late municipal election were opened and tho
Tote being counted, the result was de
clared. Below will ho louud the Note of the
several ward as reported by the Judge of
elections: In the
I'lRST WAR I'.
Woo J .
llowlty I JO
II a jty .... HMM VI
You - 3S
Malone H IM
Shancn.y. H... ....m...
liirt (colored) .
Klilcnhoute .. .
II. W. Wel ....
II. W. Webb....
hird, colored. .
Foley . ...
11. W. Webb -
Yi " -
Bird, coloied. .
1st atd ....
Vnd ward. .
4ih ward. .
(th ward ...
Howie). Vol. Ilaicy
. .. 1J S CJ
.... Ill S.' tJ
.... N. si
.... IW l"t 41
.... '3 IIU ti
111 411 "sM
1st ward ...
Ilowley's majority, 101.
lit ward a
and ward 'i-U
Srd ward 114
4th ward 1M
Stli ward 'it
CunnlL);liams raajofity, 31(1.
CI TV A'lTORNEV.
I'OLlCt UAGISI ItAI K.
. i s
s g -a x
IW 33 tt 11
K7 44 it 10
11 M 4
U li X I
SI -13 U
IM ISi tV
Ut ward .
w ard. .
Whereas, The bible tells us that Sutan,
Ilk a roaring lion, goes about seeking whom
hcjnay devour, or words to that effect, wo
wish to warn ail friends that designing men,
women and children are now going about
this city preying on the Iinupcctlng, so
sollclllng iunds lor the ostensible purpose ot
Inaugurating a festival, a season of Jollity and
sweet cakes, for the bene lit of tho First
Missionary Baptl't church, now under the
soul-stirring ministration of the Mov. Mr.
Shores. There Is to he no fctlval at tl.e
First Mls'iocary church, and the pcrons en
gaged In the above nef.irlous blHness are
Impostor?, anil not worthy thecontldcuee of
a discriminating public.
.lotix Iex.nin.s Deacon.
1'KAYKU AND l'AK DON.
Mr. Editor N'ot long since 1 read a
communication in your papor relatlnr; to
capital punishment in which some allu
sion was made to prayer and pardon, and
therefore you will ploaio excuse the fol
lowing short communication upon these
subjects. To pray to lijd for anything,
means to ask Ool either to give us some
thing we do not merit, or do something
for us He would not do without our asking
him to do it. (All the prayers I Lave
ever hoard abound in fiattorr, thus sup
posing that God has a larger development
of sclf-esleom than tense of justice.)
Now It is either right or wrong that our
wants bo supplied, that these things be
done that wo ask OjJ to do; and if right
Go J ought to supply our wants, ought to
do what wo ask iliui to do; and if wrong,
doos anybody suppoio that any amount
of coaxing will induce Ood to
supply ut with what It it wrong
for us to have, or do for
ut what is wrong to be done. And will
not Ood, in all cases, do absolutely right
do Ills whole duty, and in no case be re
tails? Therefore, we must conclude that
prayer will not prevail upon Ood to
came Him in tho les.it to deviate from Hit
eternal course, and therefore He will not
be Induced or Influenced by selfish, ignor
ant human beingi, to do different from
what lie would have done bad we neglect
ed to havo flatteringly made a few tug
gotlont to Him In relation to our wants,
and what we thought it'beit for HI in to do
In our case. And therefore, prayer, at
commonly understood, amounts to noth
ingis a waste of breath.
Now, as to tho pardoning of a criminal,
It it cither right or wrong in every cato
that the criminal thoald bo pardoned. If
right, Uod should and would pardon him
without the interposition of priests; and
if wrong God should not pardon him
though all the prlotts in Christendom
pray for him to do so, as all tholr prayers
cannot make wrong right. Tho idea of
pravor in behalf of a criminal, to tne, is
blasphemous, at it belittles the character
of God bv neceuarily supposing that Ho
can be coaxed to violate the majesty ol
His own allwise decrees, and priests are
thus supposed to bo attorneys for tho
conrt of heaven for the pur
posa of advising the Judge
as to when It Is propor for the law
of that court to bo violated and the penally
set aside; aud this necessarily suppose
that Ood might not do Hit duty, or that li
can be prevailed upon to do wrong, an
eitbor supposition is derogatory to tb
character wo have attributed to tho God
of heaven. I.ooic.
d tea uio r, Lady Lee, Shreveporl
" Henry Vrobasco, Memphit
Dexter, New Orleans
Mary McDonald, Cincinnati
Grand Lake, St. Louis
' 11 S Turner, Louisville
Tom Jasper, New Orleans
Jim risk, Paducah
John F Tolie, St. Louis
11 Illinois, Colutnbui
Capitol City, St. Louis
" Commonwealth, New Orleans
Indiana, New Orleans
Steamer Lady Lee, St. Louit
" Henry Probeico. Cincinnati
11 Dottor, St. Louis
11 Mary McDonald, St. Louis
' Grand Lake, Pittsburg
" U.S. Tumor, New Orleans
' Tom Jasper, St. Louis
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah
11 Kanawha, Louisville
' Capitol City, Vlcksburg
" Commonwealth, St. Louis
Continental, Now Orleans
" Allco Urown, Memphis
11 ltaven, Loultville
" llituiarck, New Orleans
COWDITIOK or THE RIVER4.
During the past 24 hours the Ohio de
clined about 3 Inches. It it swelling tome
at Kvantvllle, and the rise Is looked for to
day, however it may not amount to much
si The Mississippi continues falling, with
plenty of water in the channel to St
Spoclul dispatches to Till'. Ucli.eti.h
roport the condition of tho rivers at vari
UUSlNt.SS AND WRATUER.
If a large port list it an indication of a
busy day, then yesterday was one
Freights for all pointt is very scarce. The
weather was a little warmer than for a
The Lady Lje had 130 Chinese, which
she received from tbe steamer Thirteenth
Kra at Sbreveport, and takei them to St
Louit. From there thev will bo sent to
tholr destination, wherevor that may be
The Continental left at dark last night
with a fair load, but was not near loaded
The Commonwealth, Dexter and Jasper
had light tript for ht, Louli.
Tho U.S. Turner arrived from Loult
ville about half loaded, and had to go on
that way, at there was nothing hero fur
The Grand Lake had four barges of Iron
ore for tbe Ohio river.
The Kanawha patsed up without land.
ing with tow of empty salt barges.
I The Nashville had about 1000 bales of
cotton for the Ohio river, Capt. Kon
left her here and goes through by rail.
The Alice llrown left for Memphis
with a tow of Pittsburg ceal.
Tbe Haven lsft for the Ohio river with
tvw ef iron ot.
The Future City left one of Lor barges
at Srcenflold's lendine to rocslve 4000
tacks ol corn and will finish Its cargo
Mr. Oeorgo Fisher, surveyor of customs
at this place, left last night on tbe Bis
marck for New Orleans cn a pleasure
STEAMBOAT BUTCH E R
Vtljr NaUosssvl Baoat HullsUn.
sVRpocial attention aid la orders trom man
beau alibt or dav
syOHMIuw AWB jretWADIHO.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
at at h i) if a ft ts.
DEALERS IN FI OUR
AnJ iissu ol
mo SUTXR 1Mb EAKAWUA
70 Ohio Levbe,
COFFKV, l'ACK & CO.,
A M 11
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRO DUCK
J. A. 'JUNNINOHA.M,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN
AND MILL FKED.
MILLER At PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ro FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. U.MNOI8.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccs.tort to E. b. Ilsndrleat A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
sWS Liberal Advancement made eSJ
tlSShX. upoo CDDslframeDts. aSl
Are prepared to receive, store aod torwsrd
Trelgbu to all points and bujr and
tell on commission,
erBatlniitt attended to prompUr;
JOHN R. PHLLIS ii SON,
iHuccaasors to John 11. Chillis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
TENTH-ST. aid ORIO LE VE
PE TEA O U II L,
lIXaXiEKS' -A. 3-E3STT,
No. M OHIO LLVKE,
.20 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
BARCLAY BROTHERS, ,
2STO. 74 OHIO L3uV3B
P JsV XJ CKSE
fBsBsSuAilBHBa BSBa HiiaBSal
t I'M II Kit.
WHITE COLLAR PLANING M ILL
N. W.tl.TKR.sj. tyruprlelor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
tl Bterr ducrlpllon,
LAT1I, SUINGLES, OEDAR P05T.S
DOORS, SASH, RLINDS
Furnished cn shortest notice.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
li. F. R R Y A N T .
Near TweLiy-itth Mrcet,
Onto Levee, - CAIRO, ILLS
All kin il ol Lumber. Oak. .1'onlar, Cy
press, Walnut, etc., delivered In any part
of tbe city free of charge.
EjaTPatronage solicited, and satisfaction
guaranteed. S-itfi tf.
HEAL BTATK AQgHCI.
O. WINSTON li CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (8KCOND FLOOR) OHIO LKYKK,
Bur and Sxll Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And pse.sre Conseyaaoes ofKlals!
John Q. Ilannan, Cha. 'i'hrupp.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Xorlli Cor. urillU HI. mid Ohio I.rsec.
Alitr.ilB nf 1M,ln i
specialty. Real E.tato bought and sold.
tSr i axcs Paid, etc.
No. 101 CoMJtKi'.ciAi. Avenue,
French, Hcot'ih and American (Hsincie
of all colors', and beaver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In tho
And at the lowest price. A tine tJtand tlit
cla work guaranteed. Satlsfactlo lu all re
BOAT STOEEa T
O-wLiTH oairo, III '
Retail and Prescription
Corner Washington Ave.
and Eighth street.
Of chamois aud rabbit akin,
for weak lungs.
At IIAHCLAY BK03.
KOIt SOMK TILKOAT,
Prepared and sold
11 T IIAHCLAY KBOb
Ami Disinfectants lor Stables
At 11AKULAY BBOS.
And "Universal Standard."
At 1JAKOLAY BKOS.
Only 50 Cents per Bottle.
- -Ay- V
It protstoUs the GROWTH, PKKIKkU
VEI the COLOIl, svssd Isseresveea Save -Vigor
avssd BEAUTTar Use HAXIU
Om TnraTT Tcisj iso I.to"s Xarsutaesf roa
i ii a 1 1 a la sa t ret placed In the mar Set by Froasaasw
i: Thomas I.yoo, graduaU ut T1aceua Cetlefe.
Tbe uaae ledtrtved from Ute Oretk "KATasw,"
sltfdtylag to cltaw. ywJtj), nymrnatt. er rulort.
Ihr fator It has recertcd. and tbe populartty It bass
bVtaintd, le onprecedenUd and truredltile, It lav
crcawa ine ua'tsrri afid USACTtCt im uaiav. tiia
a drtlbtful drnni.g. It eradicates daedrosT. II
l.rtttou the Hair tnm iurclo frJ. It keep the
hrad cool, and glire tbe Lair a ricb. eoft. fleaer ap
prarence. It latse aaaialn Qcaatrn said Qeaurt
ae It tu orer a ycaaTaa of a Cirrvat Asa. aod la
sold bx all Uriif -i.ta end Countrj sjveree atessll' U
fesste per ilullle.
PARKER & BLAKE,
' . .
j WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Pattr, Besselaie, UsseoUsse,
wiisrxDO w q-TjABB.
And tbe celebrated lUemlaatlsa
dro?b' ldildin'?, oop ilm r. com
Cairo . Ilivois
HOME TEADB I
J. C. HUELS,
Late of St. Louis.
fiOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
m'AN1.f !,0()'c? of every description done
vv 1th neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice. Bibles, 'Music,
Magazines and Periodicals bound neat ant
al the lowest possible rates.
County work, such as Records, "Dockets
1-co Books. Blanks, etc.. mado a ipoclallty
J. ?x.cs' l oclet Book, Envelopes, etc
made to order 11-24 tf
MA It BOAT.
The spleadld ateasBer
Dick Fowlib, Captain
Leaven Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted)
p .m For freight opassage apply on boat
o Jas. Mallory, Ag't.
NEW YORK STOxtlS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LA ROUT TABI1TT ITOO IX TBI OUT
OOODS SOLD VERY OLOSB.
Csrsser of MIssetMatki BtrsMtsmd cotss
I naereisU Avsmssss,