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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1873
t'nhlleattnn Ofllee, lltillfUn ItnlMlnsr
LOCAL WEATHEll ItKPOKT.
UrH.Aio. Sun., OnEKvru's ;OrricK. 1
Camo, April-', 1N3, 10.11 p.m. )
Thermometer 41 degree.
VNtd cut, velocity 1 miles icr hour.
Xlavlinm.i tpnineraturn l.1t SI hours lit
4 n. m.. 49 decrees
Mli, liiinm LmiiKTitiirr. List SI hour.", at
6 a. m.t JK) dcirrcc.
Prevailing wind l.it 21 hour, north"'-
Total number of mile- wind travelled, mm
21 hours, 230.
P.uin YV. Il.tii.vnTT. Observer,
Look out for burslirs.
Services will be held In the PrcMi terluti
church Sabb.ith morning at the umi.iI hour.
Fifty tliou-siid onu'kipesju-t recrltcil.it
the Hi'metix oillcc t(
A new frame houe I being built on Four
tcenth street, between Mlilngt(iti avenue
and Walnut Mrect.
Envelope furtil'hed ami printed at the
IICLLKTIN OfflCK nt to (1 per thoil.iml
Several person charged with keeplns
gaming houses will hr trlcil nt tho preiu
term ot the county court.
Shore", the younger. b.-is not been brant
from since lio recent city flection, lie will
probably "luni up" in Arkana.
Geu. Oreen II. Ilaum, attorney for the
Cairo und Vlnccnucs railroad, was In town
yesterday on buslnes. connected with that
To-morrow mornlii? tu will puhlith the
speech of Jolm It. Oberly In the Iiouri, on
Tuesday, the Ifilli instant, on (lie couipro'
mlse railroad bill.
Largo quantities ot gratcl it being brought
to this city by the Cairo and Vlncennc rail
road, to be used In bubbling the track on
A grocery and protislou store will soon Ihj
opened In the new brick building oppodte
The Uulluti.v olllce, corner Twelfth street
and Washington avenue.
The llurnett steam cuukln vessel, thu
National American and Epicure broilers,
the Dudley spiral cato and door sprlnjf, at
llaUey'i", llii Washington nicuiic. 1-21 lui.
The place to buy wall paper und window
shades Is"o. 2 Seventh street, opposite Win
ter's block, where you can buy cheaper
than any pl.ico In the city. II Anu:. tl
F. M. Ward Is notvpicparcd to dcliicrthe
best of sawed and split hickory wood to any
part of the city. AI-o all km Isof wood and
coal always on hand. y.25 tf.
"Iho moiulloe, Knat., llie, biiK and
bumble bct, are coming, so prepare your
self by covering your itlmlotv with wlro
doth from JiilleyS ; yoiu-au 'lepp without
bars, and dine without llies. -1-21 lui.
Xcw sfvL and new tle of wallpaper,
paint, hi, window guv, vw., vie., at 1!. V.
Mcl. new 'tore, Washlugtou nvcnuo and
Eleventh street. CtUI and see the latest
style in wall paper before purcha-lng eNe
llird ci;u, llowur ba-ket, tvlrc c'lolli,
riddle, 'and screon, rakc, hoc, slinvo),
spade, spading and hay forks, step ainl ox
tension l Ji-rj, wood pump and a general
assortment of tinware, stove and boue fur
nishing gaod, at llalley'. -21 liu.
A clerk In a down-town grocery ttore, n
bm!ier and a negro, having amiicd tlicm
tclves (or tin- spaee of several iiilnutss In
beating eai h other over the head, were yus
terday ca, U lined by .ludge llrow and the
TIlO SCWlTs Wire ill,, nml nil M'iiliini,ilnv
cicuing, and by I liurmluy evoning tlie sipo
water that bail aeemniilated during tint ro
cent r.se in the Ohio and Mississippi rivers,
has nearly all 1 11 it out. In a few duy- all
traces: of It will havo disappeared.
It should not be forgotten that I. iwrcnco
Ilatrett, the groat tragedian, and his t I
ented company, will open in thl city 011
Wednesday evening, April HI. They will
remain In Cairo for two uveulng only,
Ticket! for reserved oat oan be prueured
at Dan Hartimm's.
The llv. C. .1. Ilout will preach at the
Methodic church till (Saturday) e oulng ut
8 o'clock. This will bo tho opening service
of the third (ptarterly ineetlng for this
charge, which will continuo over Sabbath,
The Hev. Mr. Houts will pieach both morn
Ing and evening of .Sabbath.
The busmen of tlie cmmty court
lOMUNl lor Uiu ran,ii.Hi. ..r . ..........
.... , . , ... riui,,tiu uiiii
tardeii bewuw ot the noii-nucndanee ,.I
County Attorney Pon... wi 1.... V-!.. !
past week or ten daK lm, been occupied In
u;'o cases in me circuit court.
Ai'o aro the sole agont lor the sale of Mu
u j,uro ciuer unegar, nude on hu urm
-n.ouuon, jiiiuoh, put up in comeiiient
iled packages for family use, and okij
'W tf. C0Fn:v, IMtr A Co., '
No. Vi Ohio l,H(ic,
Thanking my many frie-jdsand nation for
the liberal tupport aud contldeiice uhleh I
have enjoyed in the past, 1 impt In the fu.
turc they will bestow upon my succeaorthr
iime generous treatment. Dr. Douglas I.
worthy and well quallticu tomtom! to all the
requirements of the dental art. I shall be
with hint a few week, then 1 urn off again
Mrs. Anna Ling on h'lghlh street, between
Commercial and Washington nvonue, ha.
Just opened out a stock of new mid fashion
uble millinery good. stK. im ,mo hundred
and fifty dillerent stylesor mU ),oWWU,
beside a largo assortment ot ribbons. How
crs ami notions ol all sort-, all ot wll
bt seld at the lowest prices.
K. W. V.
new wood YAniioxr.soi'Mir nsr
1 am now prepared to liirnlsh ui kinds oi
cord.wood on short notice, (stock n)ivn
yard, ready for delivery without dilay.
Bawed orsjillt wood to any length ordered
llavlri)f machine facilities for uwin, I nni
enabled to supply staic-wood with di.p,tc,.
Orders may bo left nt Urlstoi .t: MHvn.11,'
J. II. ItalUIst J. C. White's olllce, J.
Meiciirijorat U10 yard, itMi.sv
Messrs. stranglm & Illnklc, nt iho Plant
ers' Tobacco warehouse, on Friday, April
2. 1873 sold 29 lihds. of tob.ii.co. as lollows;
.", no to n 2r
" good to nicdlum Iub nt n M to i .
li common to good loaf nt ! b to 0 .
hhiU oiniiioii tilchnld at . 10 ' to 1.) .o
i limit rejected nt 7 a'"' "
ICE CUEAM SALOON.
As warm weather Is approaching the
lyiere ol lee cream will be irl-ul to loam that
Mo.rs. Saup & CLirkson havo lilted up and
rofurnMied, In elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain tint
also boeu put In running order, and nothing
I wanting about the establishment to male
the pleasure and .-untort of their; pitrous
Notice Is heioby srlicn, that the annual
Meeting ol the stockholder of the Calm
City Kerry compniiy will be hold at Hie com
puny'. olllee, corner idxth street and Ohio
levee In this city, on .Monday, May ft 110M
at lUo'elonk n. 111., for the purpose of elect
ing seicn director lo servo the ensuing
year, and lor general limine.
TIIOH. . II.iI.MIi.ll, see').
CjUlto, IIU., April 17, 137!). 1-17 did
OA1KO AND VINCKNNII ItAIIIDAD.
Train now Icaie (.'alio and Mound (.'Hi o
t.eate Cntru. l.eaxo Mnund City.
7: ir h.iii. 7:t(la.iii.
12 in. I'.irip.m.
6:15 p.m. f.:IO "
Cii.iH. I). Woon, Oen'l 'J'lckvt Ag't.
v a 1 , t ; a 1 1 u : 1 1 1 1 iicT 1 0 xs
lt. Tin work should bo perfectly dry.
2nd. t'se the Avorill Clionileal paint,
ltd. Coier knot and mp with shollaoorsiz
In'. 4th. I'.'e the Aicrlll (.'iiomtcal paint.
Mh. l'rimi' with a coat ot medium thick
lie. ;tli. r.-c the Aicilll Clieinical paint.
Till. Let each cont dry beforo adding
Mli. Use the Ave rill Cltemlo.il paint.
!Mh. l'alnt about thi- time of the year.
10th. Cms the Aicilll Chemical paint.
Tor 'ale, lulsed ready for ue In all eolol,
by X. 1",. Way ,t Co., sixth "-treut, between
Washington and ('oiumercinl acmic.
N.- It. Avoid nil liumltntIon.
'KCIAI.MEI'.TINU LAST XlOHT.
A neelul ineliiir of the citv council was
held last night.
Mayor Wood, alter tlio roll had been called,
announced that two ol the policemen, John
Hogan and lieu), (i. lEluhic, nominated at
fho nrei iou inynthi'-. with not niniipfoiit
to fenc, as neither oftliem had re-idud with
In1;' the city for ono year previous. to
their, appolntmont, 'and that their place
would havo to be tilled by
the iippointinont of othor perion-.
The m.iyor nominated I'rcd. WhiU amp,
for night policeman In place of John llogaii.
Continued: Aves 7: noos 0.
John Sullivan wa iiomtunted 1 1- night
policeman tit place of It. O, Itichlc. -Not
eonlirmed : Ayes 2; nocsji.
ridllip ileiin was then nominated for
night poiireiiiau in place oT Ji. (i. Itlchle.
Coullruied: Ayes 7; noos n.
John I, llenrlcl; was nominated lor city
jailor. Xot conllrined: Aye, B; noe. 2.
D.iulel McCarthy was noinlnatcd ur illy
Jailor. Continued; ayes 0; noes 1.
Tlio mayor said that the morrgaffc bold by
tlio city against tlio .':ime Hub factory for
I lie nngfiKV holler, etc., belonging to the
Tnnlhtreet pump, had expired, und that
there, weru scleral note lor considerable
stiiiH yel ilue and unpaid. Thu matter wa
discussed, and Hie following i'(.'dullon
Itesolicd. That the ell) attorney In con-
nection with the coiiuiilller on tliiauce. lie.
and they art- hereby instructed tu examine
tlio lniirtjjatfe and nolet glien to tlio city by
.1... 1.'......:., Ill.t. ....!.. ntlf f,. l, ll,lf.,l,...
uin i..iii,v- .....J i-i.ii. . f .... .1.11 .t.. 1 ....-I
ot the engine, boiler, etc., belonging to the
. Clllll ill cel. jiiiiiiii ; aim 11 111(1 lllllTUM nil
fitil null I iitm.ilfl. nml tlm iii(ii'5;iirii irlvpn
bv said llaniOH Hub eompiiy, to liaie ex
pired, they 11 ro hereby iiutnietud lo halo
,l.(. ,n.i,t... (1 V...I , li.il III. .ill,' tl III I.A L ...it
'the lioudsofthc tiollccmcn mid olhrrnllt-
cers apoInted and eouilrmed at the last
meeting 01 tlio council were npproied ami
Several petitions wore pre-ented and re-
I'errcd to tlio proper i'Oinmltt. utter
which the council adjourned.
1IUFF.MAN MUHDBR TI11AL.
CONCLI'SIOK Ol' THK HVIDKXCK
YK8TI5UUAY TAKT.X Ul' l!V A 11
tlUMKNT OKTWi: COUN1-KI..
Tin: uasu uivkx to Tin: .u uy
AT U:.iO (J CI. OUR IAST KV UX-
"NUT GUI rl'V"
A VKKDICT Ul
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
'inn last of tlm uvUlotiew In tlm trial of
Alfrl Hudinan lor the murder, In August
it. in Ua.lewoou pracinet In this
county, of ilonry Tubbs, wnj taken on
lhursday ovening. Owlni; to the
great length of thu evidence wo worn un
able to jniblisb it ull in rrlday'n Jlfi.
tKTtx. Uelow conclusion of the testi
inony at reported lot Tub Ui'llktin:
Jamoi Morris toitlfltxl 1 know Hml
limn; know Tubbn Mbllo living, I was
about 205 jftrd nway from wber he was
ihot whon tlio Bhootitlt' to iv;u done; 1
heard the report of tho gun, heard the
MteHtnlng. thothot wm firtd betv.oen It
and 1'-' o'clock think It was near U'; was
talking to llufl'nmn one dav. and ho riii ill
It ever I ubbs treated him ui bo (Tubbs 1
1 bad treated itufui Smithy oneor tho other
of them, would die; threat were inado two
or three months beforo Tubb was .hot.
CroM-examinod by Judgo Allen "Wns
cutting buy for 3Ir. Heater thu day tl,0
shooting was done; think tho c)Iut was
Hrod near 12 o'el.ok; wont to Tubbs
bouse soon niter the (.hooting don t know
how lori I stayed there; don't know if
dinner ik ready wbeu I went to Heaters
nousc; itullinan did ii'd sny how Tubl
bad treated Simthy.
Martin Heater ,,sti.. 1, , .,t,jXuo
as If I hoard Hutrman y tbat If lie did
kill Tubbs thoy did not provo il on him.
lit- .fndtfo Allon I
don't know for suro that I lioard Iiullmnn
t nv o,
Tho llret witness introduced by tlio lie
lenco was I'.emon Heater, who teslllled :
I havo known Alex. Thompson from 11
boy; about tho Urst of l'ebruary 1 had n
conversation with hlin at tho saloon nbout
this eai'-; Thompson said to me that ho
and Hulliimn bnu boon togcthcrnnd drltiK
iug; that lie was tho drunkest; lliitl'mnn
said that ho could kill 11 chicken nt such a
distance with his gun; Thompson said his
gun must be good ono or ho could nut
lutvo m ado thu snot ho did iilicn lie shot nt
Tubbs; Huffman said If he did kill Tubbs
they did not provo It on hlin; Thompson
said Huffman said ho had just got homo
when Andrew and John Tnompson went
by tho house; Thompson said ho had been
drinking, and that tlio conversation with
Huffman eeomed liko 11 dream.
CVois-examiiiod bv Mr. I.lnegnr Did
not say "lomu putts of tho conversation '
seemed liko u drcnui; can't tell just when
tho conversation look place; think It was
about tho llrst of l'obruury .
Crawford ilrmllv tostllled l.ivo in Ilu-
.lewood in this county; hud a conversa
tion with Thompson 111 presence of Air.
Yl lille ivltli rclcrencu to this cafe, White
iisKcdwii.it Huffman said about tlio case;
Thompson said that itullinan yavu him tu
uinlirituiiu ttmt liu did thu crime; 1. hump
run said ho und Hutlinuti wuro driuUln
ut tho time but not to excess; and told
liiui; Thompson said something about n
dream; don t remember what il was; only
th.it there was somolutng that
seemed like 11 dream; did not give
the words used by llutl'iiiiiu in conversa
tion; said that hound Hull'uiau had been
Jonti itcnicr iestiiicU--iviiov tlio pris
oner 1 1 ti it 11) 11 n : know 1 lioiiipson; know
wbero Thompson kept 11 grocory; Thomp
son did not say much, only Unit Huffman
gnvo him to understand that Tubb) hud
been ktlicu nctore A ml row ami iiulin
Thompson liaised Huffman's house;
Thompson said thu. ho and Hullmnn hnd
been urinkiug just beforo .the conversa
tion took place.
Cross. examination by Mnegar Thomp
son tnin that Huffman gave htm to under
stand that tho gun had been left out in
John Thompson tostllled 'Win exam-
ined yesterday by prosecution j passed
Huffman's hoiieo tho day T ubbs was killed;
Scott Hitzlowood told us nt Dongola Unit
Tubb3had shot hlmeelt ; saiVTuhbs next
day ; livo two miles from wbero Hutluiaii
liven , Imu load 01 narrow on iuu wagon ;
saw prisoner ut tho houso when passed ;
ho spoko lo mo about hauling somotlcs;
stopped thero between i! und & o'clock;
the road Is u short distance from tbo house,
spoko to 1110 from house ; saw his mother
und aunt nt tho house; hi nunt is weak
minded woman; supposo It was between
10 and It o'clock when passed Huffman's
houso; think it was nearer 11 than 10
o'clock; went frcin Huffmnn s house to
Dongola; wont past IWsch's grocery;
Hascti's grocery was shut up when we
passed; bo was barefooted when 1 saw him
ut homo that morning; did not see any ono
on tho ro.id from Huffman's to linsch's
grocery; did not see any one leave the
tirocevl did not see Cliff Hnzlewood or
Tubbs nt tho grocery.
Cross-examined by Iiinegar Scott Hn
r.lowood told me that Tubbs
bud shot hlnuelt ; met tome
of mv neighbors In Dongola, and sloppod
In tlioshnde and had u talk with them;
wti'.W a.-.- citii u.Wnwii sua uu sou
passed; was about thrco miles from Huff
man's house; is seven miles from llull
nian's lo Dongola; passed 111? brothor
Alex's shop that day and tot somo water,
brother's shop is nbout a niilo and n half
from Huffman's house.
Martin Heater Know of Tubbs being
killed; was not in thu Held witli father
making liny; did not go to tho houscj went
to tho Hold, did not Und any ono thero;
wont home, niter dinner 1 wnt to Tubbs'
house; heard ecreaming at Tubbs' house;
was 15 minutes of cloven whon I loft to
f,u 10 mo noiu, was iinoui 0 or 10 minutes
going from homo to th liulJ; tin. ..!..., 1,
Cross-examined by Lino par AVns 15
minutes of 11 whon'l started to the field;
when I got thero found that father and
tho men li.id gono out of tho Held.
Mr. Hutl'uiaii, mother of tho prisoner,
tontilled 1 11m tho mother of the prisoner;
hoard of the doath of Tubbs; win about 12
o'clock when llrst I heard of Tubb'a death;
boy named ltcdwino told mo of the killing;
about 8 o'clock took his
gun nml went upon tho hill
to shoot, with Mr. Johnson; ho
soon oamo'in and told 1110 ho was going to
seo l'rico nbout liaulinir tics; was after 8
o'clock when he enmo in and put up his
gun ; it was near 10 o'clock when ho came
Iroui tbo- grocery; don t know where
.lonoii is: saw ".Mr. Thompson nt my
hotiBi!. and heard my son speak to him
about Imullng tlos ; Alfrod was not away
from tbo houso after hn camo in with
Johnson : 111 v ton nnd Johnson ate dinner
at homo my houso; ito dinner
about 1!2 o clock ; tho gun wns
not taken down lifter .Mr. Johnson and Al
fred 1 amo In; don't know who t"ok tbo
emn down: Altred had been homo from
Itnsch's grocery nbout half an hour beforo
Thompson camo along; Altred hntl liadon
shoes that day; It wns 11 very warm day
the gun was at tho llrst examination bo
Cross-oxamincd by Line gar Tlunk it
wns near 10 o'clock when Alfred camo
home; win after 8 o clock when ho went
to tho uroeory; tbo gun was tboro nil dav
after lio and Johnson camo in; remember
.Slioiiff Irvin coming to my house several
duy after; don t remember whether
1 told him or my son told him about tho
gun; 11a ver told Mr. Irvin that I had sent
tbo gun to Union county; told hlin inavbe
thu boys had taken tho moulds awns; was
not 11 great whllo alter thu llrst trial till
the shentl omc and mado tho nrro-t;
think tlio moulds wero leftut tho well and
that thoy had been cxrried off; never said
that the old sow carried them oil; nover
said anything about tho gun being nt gun
ennuis in union couniy.
Dofeuso rest their enso
The testimony for tho defenco was hero
Counsel for tho pcoplo then recalled tho
following witnosics, who testified as lb!
Sheritl' Iivln Imil ft,l (.,', ... .. 1
soon after tho homicide I met Mrs. Huff-
- w.t.. . a.tv lllllV
man ; now came in mu or the murder, and
was louuoitoJ to go up and maU tho ut.
icsi; umv was uiu ural lima I haw her'
Went til llin flilllsil wlmn 1 ....... .-...! 1.1.. 1
-...v.. lltlVBluu 111111
conversation general between us ull : .Mrs
Huffman suid tho l-uii was in ir,,i.,"
county, ubout il or four miles ubovo them
both said tbo gun was there; Mrs. Huff
man said tho bullet moulds wore out at
tlio well, and thum-lit tlm .,1,1 ...... 1.. .1
-....v.. ulill irui
them and run away with tbem.
Alexander Thompson rccnlled-Saw
IIIV tll'fl lirntlinn II,,. ,1... .1
. .. ...... ...v u ui i;io uiuruer
at mv Shon: mint 11 i,Vl,iL. ,. .i
. - , ' " .i..i ..nun
lolt my shr.n; got somo water for John; fs
nbout a I, ,ll,i nml 1 1, .... r i
i . .u-1iniriui iroui uiu
shop to Hutlmiin i house
tihor.ff Irvin rocalled Convorsa
lion was tbo Tnmilnv ii,...iJ.i... ...
tbo third Monduy in January. r
a !UCt'$ 9?ub' recalloil I havo known
,VV.' i, lor " i'UMi i I 'vo novor
beard h, reputation for truth und
icraruy 'lucitioned , is known ns truthful
J m t, rc &.M -Kuoivu Thomp
son sinco ho vim a small boy; his ropu-
tution for truth nnd voracity li
good so far
ni 1 havo over ncaru.
. lledwlno recalled Havo known
Thompson for 8 or 9 yoars; known his
reputation for truth and veracity to bo
J. AV. Durham recalled by Llncgar.
Had a conversation with Thompson In
referenco to what Huffman said lo him
nbout tho Tnbbs murder; can't say just,
when tbo convocation look place; know
id XS'tt berislV:id' !
to be n truliitui man.
Cross-oxamlnotl by Judeo Allen. Havo
often beard pcoplo say that Alex Thonip
son was n truth f til man; both boforo nnd
since this occurence; t llvo about u mllo
from Alex Thompson's house; havo beard
old man Hartllna and others say to,
James Hightowcr tcslliled 1 lia-'o
known Alex Thonipsnti, havo known him
for sovcrnl year.'; don t know nnythitig
about bis reputation for truth nnd ver
acity. The evldcnco In thu raio bolng all in,
court adjourned until 8 o'clock Trldiy
Tho entire day Friday wa consumed
In arguing tho case, and it was not until
six o'clock last ovonlng that .1 udu linker
instructed tbo jury nnd gavo thoeaso tu
them (or decision.
Al '.' minutes past sit the jury re
tired. "NOT QUILT V."
After an absence, of thrco hours tho
jury ru'.urtied a verdict of "not guilty,''
mid Alfred Huffman wns once more per
mitted to go fourth n fro man.
Tlio vordlct of not guilty was anticipa
ted, and scorns to meet the approval of thu
Steamer Andy Ilaum, Mompbl
" John Uilmure, Nashvlllo
" Minucolu, tit. Louis
" (tlcncoe, "
1' Thomas Sherlock, Now Orleans
' Jim l'isk, Jr., l'aducah
" Illinois, Columbus
" Colorado, Ut. Louis
" Arkansas Hello, Kvansvillo
" Falls l'ilot, New Orleans
Steamer Andy Ilaum, Cincinnati
" John Cillmuro St. Louis
" Mlnncola, Cincinnati
" Olencoe, New Orleans
' Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati
" Jim Fik, jr., l'aducaii
" Illinoii, Columbu
' Colorado, Vicksburg
" Arkansas Utile, Kvansvlllo
condition or Tin: r.tvKiis.
The Ohio is declining nt this port one
foot every '2 1 hours. The M ississippi con-
tinucs falling, nnd inn few days will be
, . i. i i .,
down to its usulI depth.
Special dispatches to Tim Ullletin
report the condition of tho rivers nt vurl-
lli'SI.S'EjS AND WKATII
, ' ,
The usual amount of business done a.
. , ,
prosont was transacted yesterday, '1 bu
weather continues cold, und spring style.
, . , , . ' .,
havo about gono out of fashion for tho
Mti.Ci-1 T IVCOHH.
Tliursdny niirht whilo Ihu steamer
Grand Tower was taking freight off Hal-
liday Urotliors wharfboat, her first mate
Thomas Doyle, was struck on the Lead ,
with u round stick of cord wvod in tho
hands of u burly nigger, nnd nearly mur
dered. The cowardly wotild-bo assassin,
laid in unit behind u pilo of freight, and
when Mr. Doylu's bieU was towards Mm
ho struck him on tho back sldo of his
head, cutting ti largo gash In tho scalp,
nnd UhvvUvJ him sevoriil feet, and when
picked up ho was found to bo insensible
and bleeding freely. Medical uid was
got immediately, und tho T.'ound was
dressed. Mr. Doylo is vory badly hurt,
und will bo lnld up for sometime. It is
to bo lulled that tho nigger will bo
caught and summarily dealt with.
Tho Fulls Pilot, coming up with n
tow of hargos, had tlio misfortune to break
her shaft on tlio on tho 'larboard side, next I
to tho outsido tlang, yesterday nltornoon !
whon just bolow llird's point. Thu Sam j
Orr went to her assistance and towod her
.in. I l.n.,..w ,lil. '
i..ti .,.. Lutgva .v ti.a j'v,
Tlio Glnncoo hnd n good trip and took
vory little here. "When iho left she was
well llallcned out.
Tbo Mlnncola passed by with a tow ol
ire n ore without lauding.
Tho John Ollmoro left for St. Louis
with four empty ico barges, three cuke and
three model barges.
Tlio Colorado, looking as bright as a
no'w dollar, camo in well loado:!, nnd
added all sho wanted. Since sliu was last
hero sho has been repainted, nnd looks
I'll lit. HOWAKD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCH ETt
Clfjr National Dunn lliillilii.
.Hpccial attention paid to orders Irom t lean,
boatn nU'ht nr dav
WUsLlAAl .). ALLKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OA 1110, ILLINOIS.
oillee over rind National bank.
KAMIML I'. WIIKELKH,
ATT0UKEV& COL'NSKLOIl AT LAW
Olllce over First .National bank. ;i-IMm
OOUNSELOH8 AT LAW,
tVilliam II. (ireen, t
William II Gilbert, Y OAlltO, ll.l.l.NOlrt,
srHllMia. atUution xUfn lo Admliallv and
iamboat buslnens. i
OriCK OUIO LKVK,K00MH 7 ANIJ 8 OYKn j
111 i nauvfli. iiahai
Ouv Ilomo Advertisers.
WHITIi UOLLA U PLANING M Ihh
N. WAI.'i r.lt'. I'roprlUor,
HARD and SOFT LTJMBEB
ft orcry Usfflptlon,
LATH, BUIHULK.S, OKDAH 1'iHTS
DOOUS, SASH, HLINDS
ST EAM110AT L U M II E U,
Kurnlshfil on obortiKt notice.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth nnd
II. I II 11 V A X T
Near Twci.ty-ixth 'Irvet.
All kind ni Lumber. Oak. l'otilar. ( -
i pre, Walnut, etc., delliereil In any pari
ol the city Iree ol ehaige.
tSTI'iitronagu solicited, and satMiictlon
guaranteed. .Vi", If,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It K
100 .Hilt tlm Ntiiirtfi! ltontr
' IMghly .HII tlii Miortrxt Itonlc
NO CHANOU OF OA 113
KP.OM CAlltO TO
ST. LOUIS OK CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAKS
OM CAIUO TO
Cincinnati, i ItanufKilla, Tntnlt,
Di'trolt, Clesi'liiDil, MKir 1'slli
I liotHlo, l'itlt,uii, w ,nini!!in.
IMIIuiore, Philadelphia, New York.
I lioston and all points east.
MitwAtiMe, Jancstllle, lln!lon,
, l.aCru, bt. I'ut auJ nil ilnls ult.
I Uiuir alto tlio only Uiifct t'tle lo
Dopolur, nioomlnKton, NprinxiM,
' $$ton, tt
' Mi-ndou, J)uon. Kn-epon,
(lalena, Uiibutiue, Slom Lity,
! Omaha and nil Volnts northwest.
! Elegant Drawing Koom Stooping Ca"
; on an jsignt i rains.
1 Itnggajo Chicked io all Important point.
l''or tickets and information, apply to I. C. Il.lt
depot it airo; on board thu Irnfwit sttihtuHr te
twu Columl,u and Cairo, and at tne pruiMju
rnilrim I ticket ot!lc throughout the noiith.
w. P. JOll.No.V. an'l fa. Air'i, Cbi-oki.
! A' ci " t. fi. suj.'t. c.lcKo.
J. JOHNSON, Ag t, Cairo,
i at'KINOFIEli u v n i i i, i.t j: o t l
SOUTH EAST EUN It. It.
Gii nnd after Monday, April 24th, 1372
trains will run ns follows:
TkAISS 11,111 socniriiT,
Lpsto Vlrilnia 6:t0 a. m
. a. u
Arrive at l'ana. - u.i
IHUKl G01NO .OaTIIU-T.
Leave l'ana 4.00 a. in n. m
" Tavlornlli- 4.10 ' 4. "
Arrno at Hprintield...8.1 ' -....CisJ "
l,c:,n, Mrrinsfipld, 1.6 " o.to "
Arnvoal ViiKima s.5 " .t6 "
SOUTHKltN Jl I V I . I O .V .
TUAIKS OIUMJ fOl'IMtl.r,
Lfave IMgnood ,1..Ha.m. - 10.10 n.tr
" Flora b,0 " 1 1.40 '
Arrlvn at Hhawnpft'n .ai " ill
.11 UN 4'IIO.SS MKIU'.T,
OA KM I,
(iood ambling connected with the home,
ami sample room ior commercial irau'ler-,
Free oimilbu to and from all train.
Cmd. J. M. DAM HON, Proprietor
(HO, i: I'.VV, I'ropilelor.
Watch kept day and night for boal and
TEUMSTWO DOIJ.AIts'PEIt DAV.
Ohio I.eiec, comer of Sixth street,
2-1 tf. OA 1 HO, ILLS
ST. JAM !iS HOT KL,
Nortlicast Corner Public Hiptarc.
A. OAltUTII Proprietor.
This houso has recently been repaired and
ItiriiUhud newly throughout. It 1 coincid
ent to tbo hiiMiicM bouse ami Iho com t
hoiiM'. (iood sauiplu room.
UAIHO CITY COAL
I) prepanJ to supplv ouiiomnr .ta ft
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OKDEltS left at Hnlllday llros. ollico. 7
mini i.kvkk. or at the Coal Yard below the
I St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt attcn
I tlon. Tho Tea ''Montauk" will bring coal
lanntrHldo to xteamcrH at any hour.
Eioiith st , Ur. Com. A Wash..
WIlOl.ESALirAND It ETA Hi
D It U G 6 I STS,
2TO. 7t OHIO LV3r.
Titers mt i.Vj,-,'.-: , . :$; : (;
O I LS,j
t S S i
tan ' -- t!
rncri ti pu' lia
fJVl'i j t -v
liju '.' 1 , tu '. 1 t.. I. ..I,. , flAl
r-stoit. W 'if l.,Cut..ltu ti ' n .uii-r ,
'priiu :rnin, c A-., for M.m und
, V I bu j tiu'lo day
a t ii-1-. n : r m
two wights oisrxj-yr
U'nn.vKMiAY Evkxino, Ai-nu. pi.
THE EMINENT Tli.W.EDl N
111 Mlilkrvpeare' Subliim Iij-.m.Ih ,,f
ICJE31 AML T."
,-'iiiIiorted by Id own .n-al ( cinpain
fiom the VARIETIES THE.VIIIE. Nni
THI USD AY EVENING, MA 1
The rowerful I 'lay of
ADMISSION 7."i CENTS. 1
lleened eat nt llartman'. 'Hie Dnll.i
The cub' ol len-ned seat to coinmeiire
April .'.. I-'J.(it.
T - If -XO
ST. NICHOLAS j
IIAKHY AVALKElt Prop r.
MAU. II OAT.
The splendid steamer
cr A.S. pisk,
Dick Foivlet., Oajitnin
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Suud.iy excentodl nt
p. in I'urm- n it on asaL'n ntifik'.i. i..... ....
o .ii m.,,v.'. :." v
tJ. . . .....i-uiii, ay i,
'mBwil il lRIil1
Hsyiki vm ! ninii
ii cr.-tr. " " '
ltctail and I're.ocrijiliou
'orner Washington Ac.
inn I'.iglitu street.
Of ehamnls and rabbit tl.ln
for wcuk luny.
At 1IAK0LAY UKOS.
I 'Oil fOltK TlIltOAT,
I'rcp.ired and sold
llv ItAIlOLAY UIIO.S
And Disinfectant for stables
At IIAEOLAY 1JH03.
" VOCNO AMKItICA,
And "Universal Standsrd."
At IIAEOLAY BEOS.
without this LinhnetiS Tho mcnoy .
. "ucs mo J-nie?'t Ij as reprc-
MLMC'AN JIUSTANO LINIMENT.
boI'V''i" "V' DniLviJUund CuntryHtorca.1
ut Ooa, COe. and fl.OO per Eottlv, " Ngtleo
style, sLo of L.ittli. k.r ' i
A mv A1TL1CAT10XS MARK A
Pure Blooming Comploxion.
It Is I-unly VfEMablf, isd its operstion Is s'en 1
and Itlt ot once It does awijr with ttie Fluslmt
Appoaraure cau.e.1 by Heat, tatliaic, and KjctK.
nifut. Heals audrrnio.csalllilntchiian l'lmplca
diptngdarl: and unalehtty irU. Ilrlrcaaaay
ran, Iricsln. and Sunburn, and by its nratlobut
powerful lutlumce mantlia tbo laded cheek with
YOUTXIFCI. BLOOM AND BEAUTY.
Bold bv 11 Iirupulato and Viuy Stool. Dcpoi,
W ratk I'Uc" lw Vori.
j HOME TRADE !
j J. C. HUELS,
j l.ato of St. Eoulf.
' HOOK HIND Hit AND BLANK BOOK
! BULLETIN BINDERY,
; Cnrnor Twelltli htrcet and Commercial Ave
! HliANK HOOKS of every description dono
with ueatues and dispatch. All kind. of
1 riilliuj done ut short notice, lllbles, Music.
buriulnes and Periodicals bound neut uud
i lit the lowest possible rate.
County work, Mich u tteeords, IDoekets
l'eo Hooks, lllankn. etc., mado u rpeciullty
lloxcs, Pocket Hooks, hntoIopeM, eto
made to order 11-21 tf
Ha now on hand ull kinds of
DUY COltD AND STOVE AVOOIJ
per sale. Lcavo onlcrs at
WM, -LUGE'S STOEE,
Corner Sixth and CommercUl,
Or at ceriitrol Twcllth and Poplar