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THE DAILY BULLETIN
RNTKHKD AT THE POST OWCt IN CAIRO, IL
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SPECIAL LOCAL 1
Notice! In thin column. Ove cent! per Una, ccn
l uaerliou. t ut ouu mouth, 60 cent, per line.
Choii'o Northern Butter.
One liunJr! small tubs of choice North
ern Butter, put up expressly for family
use, for stile cheap, at G. M. Ai.dk.n'h,
78 Ohio Levee.
A tirst-class launJress, who unJerstruJs
tunrniirrlilv the art of washing and iromng,
ran obtain a situation by applying at the
Hotel do Winter.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to Will ice by the car
l.m.l, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kunkakee Ice Co., Kankakee, III. Tel
ephone No. 02. F. M. Ward.
Two nice lots on southwest corner of
Commercial avenue and Twentv-first street
M. J. llosvi.F.v, Real Estate Agent
Dunn; the summer season I will run an
ire wuiriin tn all Darts of the city and will
insure prompt delivery of pure lake ice to
customers, in quantities large or small, to
suit. Leave orders at C. W. Wheeler s wood
yard, on Tenth street.
Geo. W. Spekce
IJatli Booms aud Barber Shop.
Mr. J. R. Doering has taken the bath
rooms and barber shop in Vincent's build
ing, Hnd has consolidated his shop with it.
lie is prepared to give bathes of all kinds,
and has three chairs in his shop, can there
fore accommodate all who favor him with
their custom. Give hiui a trial.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, ana
li kinda ifnVin emotions. Thissalve is
cuaranteed to trive perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'IIara
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planters House and being now uior
oiiL'hlv prepared to accommodate any num
berof dav boarders, we would respectlully
solvit a share of Cairo's nfitronuiro in this
line. Our accommodations are equal in
every respect to those ot any hotel in the
(state and, as to rates, we are ready to com
jiete with any one in the city.
Bono &. Gazzola.
Use The Camo Bulletin scratch books,
for sale ut the ollice, 1200 No. !1 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or f 1.00 per dozen.
Use the Tantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for tho tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Thk Howe Scale Co. enlarged their
worka twice last year to meet the demand,
liorden, Belleck & Co., General Agents,
Chicago, III. (')
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice, tn thcee coiumm, ton cents per Hue,
ecn insertion. Marked
Smoke Schuh's Gilt Edge five-cent
G. M. Alden advertises a large lot of
choice northern butter for sale cheap.
All kinds of Frozen Sherbert for sale,
at the confectionery of Phil H. Satip.
Mr. 0. P. Lyon, an old resilient of
Cairo, now a citizen of St, Louis, is in the
city, circulating among his old time triends
Elegant novelties in the way of rara-
boIs and Half-Umbrellas, at Goldstine &
Morning and evening services will be
held in nearly every church in tho city,
to-day. All should be well attended.
There will bo a meeting of the Good
Tcmplers at Odd Fellows IIoll to-morrow
night, ordered by the District Grand Offi
cer. Rev. A. J. Hess will preach at Reform
hull to day, morning and evening. Rev.
C. C. Chaplin will bo hero to morrow
and preach there in the evening.
Twenty-live dozen of assorted Em
broidered Mull Ties, jut received at tho
establishment of CoUntine & Roscnwatcr.
Wo hnve just received from Detroit
two of tho celebrated Cheney anvil and vise
combined, ono of these is enough for our
use, and we desiro to sell the other. It
may bo seen at this office.
Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at Tub Bulletin office.
Tho suit of tho hack driven of Padu
call, for an injunction, prohibiting tho city
from oollectiutf license from them, has liccn
decided in favor nt tho city. Tho hack dii
vert must therefore continue to pay license,
jw tUr. IttBf . tlum Wind Vel W.1
" , rn ."' i7 calm o cjyw
1 1 j w ;d hi h ,r
4 li. in .1.91 M M .
Anderson Parker, the negro who stab
bed another negro, named Olenn, to death
in thU city some months ago, will be tried
in the circuit court to morrow.
Pure ice cream soda sold at tive cents
per glass at Phil, Saup' coufectiouary
Mr. F. Vincent has had ono coat of
paint put upon his house at the corner of
Bhth street and Ohio levee, which gives
it already a much improved appearance.
Mr. D. F. King's little child was taken
to Milburn, Ky., for burial yesterday fore
noon. Tho remains ot the man, Groves,
were also buried yesterday sometime.
Try W. E. Gholson for Shoes every
A wedding takes place in St. Patrick's
O.itholic church to-morrow or the thy af
ter. The bonds of the happy couple will
be announced tor the third time-in the
A report which was circulated in the
city lust evening, to the effect that Col.
Lowry would address tho working men at
Reform hall this evening, is erroneous.
The Col. will speak in Mound City this
One thousand yards of summer silk
just received and will he sold at bottom
figures, at Goldstine & Rosenwater's.
The tug Waif met with an accident
yesterday noon at East Cairo, to some part
of her machinery, and her passengers were
compelled to return to the city by steamer
McComb. The break was small and easily
A boy named Elizc Jackson was yester
day brought before Magistiate Comings
charged with uselessly beating, with i
stick, a helplessly drunken man. The evi
dence sustained the charge and the boy was
fined five dollars and costs.
Ice cream of the best quality can be
found at all times at the parlors of Phil II
President Garfield has shown himself
to be independent of Conkling and his
gang of bulldozers by withdrawing the
names of five of Conkling's fiiends. A
great deal of excitement followed this
action of the president.
We will place on sale to-day, at great
bargains,a choice line of Tapestry Crussells
carpets. Goldstine & Roscnwater.
Col. Lowry will speak at Reform hall
next Friday night, which is the occasion of
the election of a May Queen and will
thcrelorc be made doubly interesting to all
who attend. The Col. speaks at Mound
City to-night and will be accompanied
there by a party of Cairoites.
Being crowded with matter this morn
ing and lKilieving that the publication of
official matter by contract would not be
legal on Sunday, we do not continue the
publication of the council proceedings to
day, as promised in yesterday's issue.
Yesterday evening, at six o'clock,
Salome, the little daughter of Mrs. James
W. Stewart, died, after an illness ot some
two weeks with a disease of the spine. Mrs.
Stewart is having rather more than her
share of affliction of late. She deserves the
deep sympathy of the community.
The nobbiest Newport Ties and Slip
pers, at W. E. Gholson 's.
It is ordered that the committees, ap
pointed by the several fire companies and
societies of the city, meet at the hall of the
Rough and Ready fire company this after
noon, at 2 :30 o'clock, for tho purpose of
consulting as to the Fourth of July celebra
tion. -The Bulletin congratulates Mr. and
Mrs. Milburn, on the weight and beauty of
their new girl baby, born last Monday. The
affair was kept so very quiet that even the
editors, who are family men, did not find it
out. Consequently our congratulations are
late, but they are full and sincere.
A force of Burveyers for the Texas nar
row gauge railroad were still at work at
Greenfield's landing, Mo., opposite Cairo,
yesterday ; they will be through with their
work in a day or two, however, and then
only tho high water will interfere with the
beginning of work on the railroad embank
Alderman Hughes and wife entertain
ed a number of their friends at their resi
dence evening before lost. Music and
refreshments and an hour or two spent in
dancing and entertaining conversation was
the order of the evening. The affair was
given in honor of Mrs. Hughes' sisters, who
arc visiting her.
Yesterday tho man Jack Parker, who
shot and killed Charles Groves, was given
a preliminary trial before Esquire J. II.
Robinson and, alter all the evidence in the
case was heard, lie was discharged, It was
proven beyond a doubt that ho was com
pelled to fire the pistol in order to protect
his own loily from harm.
Tho ladies of the Church of tho Re
deemer will give an entertainment, novel ;
unique and instructive, a literary treat, com
mencing Tuesday evening May 17th and
continued four successive evenings. The
affair cannot fail to be a grand success. A
flue dinner each afternoon will add to tho
attractions and help swell the general fund.
At a mass meeting of tho peoplo of
Charleston, Mo., held about a week ago, for
the purpose of considering the propriety of
offering some Inducements to tho Texas
tiarruw.gauK0 rttHroad to pass through that
City, it was, amonit other things, resolved
uyuu a mouoQ oi uon. David Black "that.
in auumon w mo city granting rlght-ol
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CAJ110 BULLETIN: SUNDAY, MORNING, MAY
city offer the said railroad company forty
acres of ground within a half mile of ai
city, to locate machine shops upon, which
was unaiuioiisly adopted." Col. J. II. Dea,
offered to contribute the forty acres as do
sired to the city free of charge, ou condi
tion that the railroad company build its
machine shops thereon.
Mine Demorest Patterns for May, jst
received at W. E. Gholson's.
Tlie ferry boat Three States will leave
the landing at two o'clock this afternoon
for Foit Jefferson, where she will lay two
hour,giving any of our citizens who desire
to take a stroll in the shady woods of that
delightful place an opportunity to do so
The boat now makes regular trips daily to
that point, therefore, under the present con
dition of the weather, picnic parties are in
order for any day of the week.
Tho Charleston (Mo.) Courier of the
5th instant, says: "In regard to the Arkan
sas division of the Texas and St. Louis nar
row gauge railway, Col. raramore says
that there are now tour corps of engineers
in the field, two corps at work on the pre
liminary line, and the others engaged in lo
cating. Within a few days, two weeks at
the outside, the first hundred miles from
Cairo will lie ready to let for contracts."
Go to Phil. II. Simps for ice cream
soda water. He sells the genuine articles
at five ccuts per glass.
Tho new management of the tele
phone exchange have determined that there
shall be no further cause tor complaint
from any of the subscribers. They
intend to make it as pcrtect in
every particular as competent manage'
ment and close attention can make it,
There will probably be a change in the
system now used in connection with this
exchange, which will be an improvement
upon the one now used.
Many clergjmen in this country have
lately received a circular from a London
dealer in second-hand sermons "litograph
ed in bold, round hand," so that those
who should happen to see them would sup
pose they were manuscript, for twenty-five
cents each, or twenty dollars a hundred
He has a line of cheap sermons in print, at
ten cents apiece, warranted orthodox; and
others a little more expensive which
have "a pleasantness, yet an awful solemnity
The largest assortment of Hosieries,
Handkerchiefs, Laces, Fringes, Embroider
ies, Ribbons, Fans and notions generally,
can be found at the house of Goldstine &
To-morrow night our people will have
an opportunity of hearing all about Mor
monism told by one who has been through
it and knows all about it. Mrs. Ann Eliza
is an entertaining talker who never fails to
please her audience a lectures of many
years rrnctice, who mingles facts and his
tory with anecdotes and reminsicencts in a
manner to furnish a few hours entertain
ment both amusing and instructive. No
one should miss attending her lecture.
The IJloomington Bulletin of a late
date publishes the following card of one of
the saloon-keepers of that city: ''Editor
Bulletin: Please announce in your morn
ing paper to all those whom it may con
cern : That all relatives or families having
drunkards among their numbers, would
very much oblige me by sending their
names and photographs to my place of
business, as I do not wish to sell goods to
that class of men. Knowing such parties,
I can govern myself accordingly. Respcct
ly yours, S. Hohmann."
The money will be refunded for every
Flexible I lip-Corset which breaks over the
hips. Sold only by W. E-Gliolson.
Our marine hospital brought to the
city from the government during the last
month "nine hundred thirty-one dollars
and forty cents, which was expended
here in various ways, such
as salaries, druggist's bills, etc.,
During the month before tho amount ex
pended here for these various purposes was
one thousand and sixty-five dollars and
during one month some time ago it .as
over seventeen hundred dollars. This was
during the months that Cairo was at the
head of navigation.which increased the hos
pital buhini .8 here considerably.
The Cairo Manufacturing Company
has now been thoroughly organized and
will soon be prepared to commence opera
tions. The stitu license for taking stock
arrived some days ago and about twelve
hundred dollars worth of shares have al
ready been taken and the money paid. The
company will begin by the manufacture of
a patent churn and ice cream freezer com
bined and, in time, extend its operations in
other directions. The stockholders up to
date arc; C. O. Putier, C. W. Henderson,
Dan'l Hartman, Geo. S. Fisher, Egbert A.
Smith, t'has. Lancaster, W. L. Winans,
J. M. Cotter and Louis Hertbert.
Phil. Saup sells the coolest, most
delicious ice cream soda, nt the small sum
of fivo cents per glass.
A white man named Ed. Wilson, who
came to this city on the steamer Sherlock
about ten days ago, has been lying around
police headquarters ever sinco his arrival.
Ho appears to be either very sick or men
tally deranged and needs assistance badly.
According to suction twenty-four, page
seven hundred ami fifty-seven of tho revised
statutes of tho state of Illinois of 1874, un
der the head of "aid to non-resident poor,"
the man is entitled to attention irom tho
county; but thu county poor fund is ex
i haiisted, hencu what is to be done? We
suppose that thu poor fellow will either
have to depeud upon private charity, or be
arrested under the vagrant act and be sent
out of town ou a stay, or die in the streets
"unkennelled, uncoflined and un mourned.'
Daily arrivals ot new goods consisting
of silks, satins, satin De Lyon, plain an
lace buntings, hIiooiIhb, camels hair and a
great variety of other lashionablo goods
Goldstine it Rosenwater.
According to a decision reached by
the committee appointed at a former meet
ing of the Reform club, to decide upon a
placeand make tho necessary arrangements
for the club's annual May picnic,
that event will como off on Friday, next
week, nt Fort Jefferson. The committee
will use every effort to make tho affair
pleasant to all who may attend and, to
judge from the results of their efl.rts on
former, similar occasions, they will be sue
cessful in the highest dgree.
Hartley Campbell, with his theatrics'
troupe, was greeted with a large audience
at the Athcncum last evening. Besides the
crowd of Cairo people, there were in atten
dance a large number of Mound Cityites,
who came down on the steam
yacht "Waife." "Matrimony" was the
play presented and it proved to be fully up
to the highest expectations of the public
Not only is the piece itself an excellent
one, but the manner of rendering it the
perfection and power with which each
part was given made it doubly interest
ing. The troupe is undoubtedly composed
of gentlemen and ladies of talent, w ho not
only spend much time in acquiring the
characters which they are to impersonate,
but who understand human nature
thoroughly. The company, as at present
constituted, must succeed wherever it goes
and tries to do so.
Buy your Dress GoodB of all kinds of
W. E. Gholson. He has just bought his
Good3 and can sell them cheaper than the
- North of us, at St. Louis and other
points, the river is falling slowly. The
report at the United States signal office
here yesterday showed a tall of six inches
at St. Louis from the day previous. It
will be but a short time now before the
principal rise will bo felt at this point, but
there is not the least cause for ap
prehension. The water altove being spread
over such a vast territory, tlie nse
here will not be near what it would be
were the entire mass of water to come
down in one compact body. But even were
this not the case even if the levees above
us had held prisoner the roaring waters
within their legitimate channel there
would yet be no reason for alarm here, for
our levees, in worse condition than they
are in now, have stood the severest tests
The Ohio river measured forty-two and
three-tenths feet on our gauge last night,
at six o'clock.
Ought not Cairo to make an effort to
get some of the many railroads that
are now in conrse of construction to this
city to locate their machine shops here if
The time to make the effort is now, while
the roads are in course of construction, and
before they have agreed to locate their shops
elsewhere in compliance with the urgent
requests of other communities. One good
machine shop would increase our popula
tion by teveral hundred, by bringing skill
ed mechanics with their families here; it
would necessitate the erection of twenty
five or fifty more houses, tius giving cm
ploynient to our carpenters and business to
our lumber and hardware men, and it
would bring thousands of dollars yearly to
the city, which would be distributed by
these mechanics among our merchants-
grocers, clothiers, dry goods men, etc.
These results arc certtinly worth striving
One person furnished most of the
criminal business for our police courts yes
terday. This person was Patrick Lally,
who had been on a spree several times
within the last few days and who is one
of those men that arc as meek ami as quiet
as lambs while sober, but, when drunk,
become boisterous, fierce and dangerous.
His trial for drunkenness and disorderly
conduct came up in Esquire Oslnirn's court
lay before yesterday, but was
postponed until yesterday. Believ
ing perhaps, that his case could
not be made worse than it was, he filled up
on benzine again night before last and,
proceeding up town, began to raiso cain
once more. He was arrested again and
odged in jail until yesterday, when his sev
eral trials came off in quick succssion. In
Magistrate Comings' court he plead guilty
to the charge of using abusive language
to Mr. John Clancy anil was fined fivo dol-
ars and costs. He was then taken
to tho court of Esquiro Osborn,
where he was confronted with several
counts, to all of which ho plead guilty.
Tho first charge was resisting an officer,
for which ho was fined ten dollars and
costs; the second was a violation of chap
ter five, section twelve of the city ordinances
by being disorderly and using profane
and threatening language, tor this ho was
fined fivo dollars and costs; tho third
chargo was drunkenness, for which tho
squire charged tho' Bum of ono
dollar and costs airitltiKt him.
O ' r
We did not learn whether tho fines wero
secured, or whether a stay had been grant
ed. It is to bo regretted that Pat. should
allow his appetito to drag him down to
such degradation. James Brown was also
brought before Esquiro Oslwrn, charged
Willi very dlsotderly couduct, having UBed
QUMMEIt IS NOW HERE, AND
Popular and Reliable
Are offering such bargaius in goods suitable for the approaching hot season as deser
tho attention of every buyer of dry goods.
Immense stock of FANS in all the lutest novelties at prices fliat astonish our competitor
The latest thing out. New PARASOLS
.iL-gaiu uuu ui new
in new and novel effects at our
In the city. See our great bargain in
n luii uuu ui uie uew
LIKEN DE D-cYCOcY,
Now so popular. We are offering all classes
ever oeiore seen, oec our
ALL WOOL LACE BUNTING AT 50c.
Also a lino of half wool LACE BUNTING
;our gieui bargain in
33L.AOK and 00173) SILIC at Sl.OO.
Good Trimming' Silk at 50 and GOr.
WTo expect to make extensive alterations
iraue anu in oruer 10 reuuee biock will maKe prices tliat will speedily accomplisl
object. It will pay you to trade with us. We ask a visit of inspection from every
bad language toward his wife ami threat
ened to strike her with a shovel. In view
of tho aggravating nature of his case ho
was fined teu dollars and costs.
THE HAND OF DEATH
Was laid yesterday evening, at six o'clock,
upon the form of little Salome.second daugh
terof Mrs. Francis A. Stewart. She had
suffered for some time w ith meningitis and
was eleven and a half years of ago at the
time of her death. Funeral services will
bo held by Rev. U. Y. George at the resi
dence on Tenth street at 2:00
o'clock this afternoon; remains will be
taken to the wliarl-lxiat alter services
and from there taken by Evansville packet
to Uniontown, Kentucky. The friends ot
the family are invited to attend.
Mrs. Lewis Herbert has arrived safely in
Mrs. Thomas Tarr is quite ill since Wed
Captain W. L. Hambleton, of Mound
City, was in town yesterday.
Mr. Louis Herbert, of the European
Hotel, went to Paducah a day or two ago.
Messrs. Itotart Hinklc and John E. Hen
derson are in Kentucky in the interest of
their tobacco trade.
The little child of Mr. J. W. I). Hatcher,
mail agent on the Iron Mountain railroad,
is quite ill with fever.
Mr. Scott Singleton, formerly an attache
of The Bulletin otllcc but now of Mound
City, paid his friends in thin office a visit
Mr. H. T. Gerould will attend the annual
meeting of the Western Gas association, at
St. Louis, next Tncsday.
Mr. John Haines left the city evening
before last for Smithland, where he will
Btay a few days on a visit.
States Attorney Damron was at the court
house again yesterday for the first timp
since his late severe illness.
Mr. and Mrs. David Lewis arc in the
city from St. Louis, visiting the latter's
mother, Mrs. P. A. Taylor.
Mr. H. Thompson, formerly of the Plan
ters house of this city, but subsequently of
the Occidental hotel ot Indianapolis, has
ubandoned that hotel after a vigorous but
unsuccessful endeavor to make it pay.
A CHILD LOST.
Below we give a letter handed us by
Mr. J. A. Woodson,of the postofllce depart
ment here,for publication. It is written In
a tolerably legible hand and tells a some
what sad story :
San Loirs Oiusro, San Locih Ouisro
Co., Calikoiinia, April 20th, 1881.
To tlie poiituflko miietiT:
Dkak Siu Is there any one in that town
who lost a child about 12 or 14 years ago.
About 12 years ago I was brought to tins
state by a man who pretended to oe my
father. Near White Pine in the northern
part of this state ho was arrested and taken
to Sacramento, that is tl0 state capital,
there he was examined and pronounced in
sane; then he was taken to Stocton to the
assylum. I was kept at Sacramento till in
thu course of a month a man came ami said
that ho would take and raise me; but he
was so cruel to me that I ran a way from
urn. Since then I have been with a man
named Poorman; till about six months ago,
ho consented to mv workinir out for my
self. I am now alxmt 19 or 20 years old
ami I begin to wish to know about my re-
ations or if I have any. I know that 1
camu from that place, I remember that.
Sad is my heart and joy is unknown. or
what is lilu without a mother. In my
next I will send vou mv photoirraph. Spare
no pains enquiring into this. Pleoao writo
as soon as possible. I sign my name thus :
San Louis Obispo, S. L. O. .
P. H. Atthniiffh I do not know if that is
my right namo or not, please write i as soon
as possiblo and let mo know what J 'ou can
find out, yours, En" Johnson.
iin lds celebrated H' Now
York store, only 10 cents per lb.
A cood stock of paper, expressly for
Hnktograph use, for sale at Thk Bulletin
Cash Dry Goods Hons
and SUN UMBRELLAS coining in overy wei
usually popular prices. Largest line 1
LINEN LAWN at 15c, worth lullv 25l
of DRESS GOODS at lower prices thai
at 20c. worth 30c. Do not fail to inspec
iu our store to accommodate our fast growin
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(JAKNIVAL OF AUTHORS
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nauiriiay MMTnoou l 0 clock. Adrulaaloll Jo
Mrs. Ami Eliza Yoim
MOXDAV EVF.XI.NO, MAY Htli.
In Uer new lecture, entitled.
Utah's Curse and
The Nation's Shaiin;
AI1MI.S8ION U t enia; flill.lren a'.Cnla lie-
aervea heat, wiltioai elr charge t llartm.n ..
QOLLINS' (J UK IT MAY-DAY
New Orleans, Port Ends and
ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 11th, 181.
I lint only very cheap, hut ono of the moot do
Uu'litfnl. enjuyihle .rid attractive trlna ever cotton
tip or arranitod lr him. Htrlctlv flrat claaa. and
ernlirarra a mninillki-iit npMirtuiilty to vldt the
wonu renowni-a ana mmoiia eada jotur-a. Tick
et. trood to return at nlea'tiro on reirular trnlna for
KJdaya. On IVcdneaday. Way 11, 1mI, at ? o'clock
a. m., a xpe lal trull), with ample and flrat claaa ac
roinrnodatioiia in on'ry reaped, Including i'ullinun
rainre niuepuiK l oarnoa and ana a wen kept lie.
Iro.limetit i'ur, w 11 leave Cairo. III., utid run
tlirnuuh to New Orleana. via ht. Loula and New
FAItR KOU TUB It(iI XI) TltlP. CAIKO TO
NKW OIU.KANa AM) ItETl'IlN, (11 .St.
Halo of ticket, will commence May lat, and con
tinue up to departure of Excuralon Ireln on May
11 Hi. Ticket, will be L'ood imlnir on .pedal train
May 11th; kooiI relnriilnif ou roiftilar trnlna until
Mav l!lat, Incltialve. Arrangementa have, been
mnoe inr a ueliernilll . eainhoat iirnraliiO Trom
New Orleana to Port Ead. aud tho .Initio., at a
very low nitu lor the round trip, for tho benefit of
t K"t furtliur particular addrea.
K. A. t'OLUNH, Milan, Tenn., dermal Correapon
dent. U. L. COLLINS, Milan, Tenn.. General
Manaitor of Exmr.lon.
N EW TESTA M ENT.
A made by tho moat eminent aclmliira of Knuland
and America, nan urn rnce or I'orroapoiMlliiL'
Kinllalt Edition. lf?o, type, lluon .pper-calon-derod
paper, elegant hliisliit. A aeparats "Com
urxlienalvii lllalory of the llllile nml .Ita Transla
tion.." Inrliitlinif a full nccotint of IIiiTKuw Kevin.
Ion. irlven to .nhaerlbora.
Ilttat chance for aio!ila ever offered. Bcud atamp
for particular, at once. ,
The Henry Dill I'ubllahlDK Company., Norwich, -Conn.
(Jt W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
couauntly on naua
STAVE CLIPPINGS ,
At Seventy-live cqits per load.
At one dollar per load.
Tho "trim tiling." m i enarae .having and mako
ln i beat .umtnur wood for cooking purpoaeaa. well
ia tho chvape.t over nold In Cairo, Kor black
jmltha nan In .oltlnjt tlrea, they art) unequalled.
Leave your orduri at the Tenth a treut wood yard.