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TIIE DAILY BIJTJjETIK
flkc : BullUa Building, Washington Arenac
HTBBBD AT TBI POST OFFICl IN CAIRO, It
LINOIS, A BEOOND-OLAM MATTBH.
UttlviLL FAPKBOF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
KoUcoftuthit column, eignt cents por lino for
fretsnrt five cent per 1ms eac.n autuoquoni iuur
tiou. For one wwk. 30 cunt pur Lino. Kur ouu
month, ttO cent per line.
Clean Your Cisterns.
- Persons wanting cisternspumped out ami
repaired con have them done promptly
and at fair rates by the undersigned. Or
ders by postal curd promptly attended to.
1 m. J. 9. Hawkins.
Uso The Cairo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered juto
nmnilla, equally good for Ink or pencil. For
Balo, in threo sizes, at the oilico. No. 2 and
3. five and ten cunts each by the single one,
by the dozen or by tho hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Two rooms, on second lloor of The Bul
letin building. Apply,, up stairs, Mrs.
Wanted immediately, a steady boy, from
14 to 20, to learn tho photograph busiuess.
L. A. I'hklps, 0th etrcet.
Take notice that on and after May 1st
interest will be taxed on all taxes not
paid by that date. Call and settle at once.
SherilT and Collector.
April 18th, 1882.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted Btub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for Bale at the Cairo Bulletin
Wanted to Rent.
An entire 2nd floor of business house on
Ohio Levee or Commercial avenue, address
City Brewery, with machinery, suitable
for lactory. For lurther information,- ap
ply toFeuchter & Schwanitz, cor. ittli and
Washington avc. ' (!t
For Sale. ;
House of 3 rooms and atttic on south side
4tb street, west of Washington ave. Good
cistern, stable &c, on premises. Cheap.
Apply on premises to l Kilmartin or to
11. J. Howlet, Real Estate Agent.
Two story brick Btoro room 50 feet deep,
8 nice rooms above ; Commercial ave. be
tween Twelfth and Thirteenth street. Ap
ply at tho Yicksburg House,
lw. Mrs. McCarthy.
Notice is hereby given that the copart
ncrship, heretofore existing between tho
undersigned under the llrtn name of "She
ton & Curry" has this day been dissolved
by mutual consent, J. A. Curry withdraw
ing from the firm and 0. E. Slielton col
lecting all debts due the firm and assum
ing all liabilities. 0. E. Siiiclton,
Cairo, Ills., April 2.1th, 1882.
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Cairo, Ills., April 20th 1882.
All persons to whom the city is indebted
and whose claims have been allowed. . AIbo
persons holding time checks for labor on
levees aro requested to call at office of City
Clerk for payment of same.
2t I). J. Foley, City Clerk.
1CK! ICE!! ICK!!!
TO ICE CONSl'MKHS.
I am now prepared to furnish ice, botl
at wholesale and retail (in any quantity),
to all parts of the city, or fur steamboats
or general shipment. Orders should be
addressed to Jacob Klee, cor. 8th and Ohio
levee, or given to the drivers of wagons
Office open day and night. Jacou Klee.
Cement for sale by
For Rent Store rooui formerly occu
pied by Frank McKuight Under photo
graph gallery on 6th street. Apply to L.
II. TiieU'S, photographer.
FOR H'KAK LCNOS AND CONHI'MITION.
No preparation ever introduced to the
American public, for the relief and cureol
Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Debilitated
Constitutions, Weakness of the Lungs or
Consumption m the incipient or advanced
tagoa of tho diBeiu., 1 as ever met with the
indorsements of physicians or patients us
the celebrated "Tulu, Bock and Rye." The
, repeated and continued sales of the article
everywhere are the bent evidence of itn real
merits. Letter and testimonals from every
quarter of the country, attesting the stim
ulating, tonic and healing tllocts, are in
possession of tho proprietors, and can lie
Iduuccd to convince the most hki ptie&l
- reader ot iU intrinic virtues. Further
, commendation is unnecessary and super-
Cuous, as a trial oi tins article, having a
pleasant Us to and agreeable llavor. will
, satisfy all those who aro alllicted or pining
away wun pulmonary weakness ot there
lief to bo secured by the uso ol'Tolu, Rock
On Tliirty Day's Trial.
, We will wind Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elco
. tro-Voltaic isolu am other liluctrio Appll
ancon manor uu nay to young men
and other persons alllicted with Nervous
iMbilify, UuX Vitality, etc., guaranteeing
itmf mm and complete restoration
titfrifarVi manhood. Also fur . Itheitimv
! ftoni, Jfn'ty'. TaralyiiK, Liver and Kid
v rfiffwyoWe, Jwpturo, ami many othc
, (ft, llJaMrtd pamphlet sent free
1.Umm Yrfteie IfeltCo.. Marshnll, Mich
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! In thono column, ten cent per ihi,
etch Uaertlon, Marked '
- Sec Improved Oil Stoves at Davidson's.
Window shades all styles and prices at
Jetr Clark's. tf
A good lot of casks suitable for water
carta and tanks, all sizes, for sale cheap, at
City Brewery, cor. Oth and Wash. avo. 6t
nurrah for fine Buck Sausago at J.
Walters, Eighth street this evening at 5
o'clock. Also Sunday, and Monday, May
1st. ' 31.
" The Illinois Woman's Suffrage Con
vention will convene in executivo session at
Moline, Thursday and Friday, May 25th
Solid comfort with tho Adams & West
lako Oil Stoves in hot weather. Davidson
sells them. 3t
One of tho small-pox patients, up
town, on Poplar Btreet near Eighteenth
street, a young girl named Armstrong,
died yesterday forenoon and was buried in
There is au assorted stock of goods
next to Cross' saloon, on Washington' avc.,
which has to bo sold, on short order, regard
less of cost. Small dealers and fannies
would do well to examine. 3t
The Langtry bonnet has reached this
side of tho water, and is described by a
fashion journal as boing "quite pretty."
Tho man who pays tor one ot them is not
described, but tho chances are that ho is
Tho negro woman living on Thirteenth
street, who was found to be afflicted with
varioloid Thursday, was taken to tho hos
pital Thursday night in order to get her
out of tho way of children passing to and
Tho project of paving tho streets of St.
Louis with hard burned brick, is receiving
vigorous support, and it is proposed to re
move tho city work houso to tho vicinty of
the yards, and employ the labor in manu
facturing tho brick.
A largo quantity of railroad iron ar
rived hero on Thursday on tho Wabash
road, to bo used by the Iron Mountain
company in extending its tracks at Bird's
Point to the new poiut of transfer, somo
distance below the present location of tho
Ouo case of varioloid was discovered in
tho lower portion of tho city yesterday. It
was immediately taken charge of by tho
authorities and taken to St. Mary's hospital
for isolation and caro. It was a negro
river man who had ccme hero on tho steam
er Belle Memphis during Wednesday
A good sized and very handsome crowd
of young people gathered at tho hall of tho
Mystic Krew Thursday night, and spent
three or tour hours in a pleasant social
dance. Tho musio was furnished by Mr.
Ed Dezonia's popular string band, and
wasirresiutablu, Tho Krew is sustaining
its reputation as providers of public amuse
The news reached hero last evening
that a prisouer in tho Chester penitentiary
named Qeo. Thompson had assaulted Mr.
Charles Dowal, purchasing agent at tho
penitentiary, and cut his throat almost
from ear to ear. Tho wounded man was
not dead yesterday morning, but was not
expected to live through the day Thomp
son is a negro, who is in for seventeen years,
and thecauso of the assault is said to haye
been an old grudge.
Through tho operation of tho Illinois
law to regulate tho practico of medicino,
1,.100 bogus doctors have been bounced
from Unit. State during tho past few years,
and they have fastened their fangs else
where. Tho only way to extinguish these
pests of humanity is for every state to havo
a law against uiodical impostors, giving
the- boards of health authority to make all
practitioners entering tho state exhibit
Bloomington Bulletin: "John II.
Oberly has gono to make a familiar talk
to the Odd Fellows of several towns in Illi
nois on the occasion of the G3d anniversary
of Odd Fellowship in tho United States,
whereupon tho State Register and thoStato
Journal announce with all gravity that ho
has entered the lecture field.' Mr. Oherly's
career as a 'lecturer' will cover about threo
nights, when he will return to his business
In Bloomiiigtnn." .
Some fear seems to bo entertained by
parents of children attending tho Eleventh
street school, that when going to and from
the school their little ones aro exposed to
tho danger of contagion from tho case of
varioloid in a houso on tho opposito side of
tho street, near the city jail. There is no
reason for fear. Tho nri-mlana hatt lumn
quarantined against and it is fully sixty
feet away from tho side walk on which tho
children go to and from tho school, aud
about two hundred foot away from tho school
itself. If it is true, at Dr. Carter says, that
in warm weather small pox is not conta
gious beyond twenty feet from tho patient
having tho disease, then thero can bo no
probability or danger to tho scholars at
tending the Eleventh street school.
Rey. H. Y. Uoorgo returned veslerdav
from Villa Ridgo, wbcro ho had boon to
uwm services la Meridian church. During
OAIKO BULLETIN : SATURDAY MORNING, APJIIL 29, 1882.
his stay tliere, ho attended a sociablo at
tho rcsidencd of Mr. A. Pollock, which was
a very pleasant airair. It waa called a
"Sidewalk" sociable, from tho fact that t
was one of a series of oociablcs given for
tho purpose of raising funds for building
sidewalks in Villa Ridge. Among tho ex
ercises wero songs by Mrs. Win. Munich
and music by Miss Phillis Howard, of this
city, which were very much admired ly
"John Lawrence, D. D.," iswhatagon
tleman'of color calls himself who figured
prominently in a case before Justico J. II.
Robinson yesterday. lie was tho aggres
sor in tho case, having brought suit against
another colored gentleman named Clem
Young, who was not a "D. 1).," but a plo
bian, a very ordinary individual, for calling
him, the said Lawrence, a "dd, Democrat
ic nigger." Lawrence 1). D., was stung to
the quick by this fearful epithet and ho re
sented it by instituting criminal proceed
ings against the person who uttered it. But
the court failed to eeo anything in the
term which might bo even distorted into an
insult to any one and ho discharged Mr.
More than a hundred persons have
been killed, during the past few days, in
Arizona and New Mexico by tho murder
ous Apaches, and tho mass mooting at Tuc
son Thursday sends to tho president nnd to
congress a ghastly truth fur which they
ask a seat at tho military banquet nt
Fortress Monroe. Tho Indians, who num
ber 175 well armed bucks, killed tho thirty
fivo . peoplo composing tho settlement of
Gaylordsville.and burned tho town. They
also killed twenty people at Clinton and on
the Gila river. United States troops are
pursuing the hostilcs oward tho Texas
frontier, and 200 Mexican troops aro en
deavoring to cut off their escape.
Under the vigorous work of Mayor
Thistlewood and Chief Myers tho city is
rapidly assuming an excellent sanitary con
dition. The streets, bo far as they have
been operated upon, are in better condi
tion than they havo been for many
mouths and tho residences and
business places aro nearly all being
attended to by tho owners or occupants.
Whitewash and paint are conspicuous fac
tors in the general work of renovation, and
they have a most pleasing effect upon the
hoiibes, stables and fences which were sub;
jectcd to tho disfiguring effects of sipe
and rain water. Let the good work go on
in spite of tho grumbling little band who
presump to differ with the immortal Pope,
and cry continually, "Whatever in, is"
Of a young man who has been a citi
zon of Cairo for several years, but is now
in Bloomington, and who has, perhaps, a
number of friends hero who will be glad
to hear something of him, tho Bloomington
Bulletin says: "Mr. Therou E. Fell yes-:
tcrday sold to Mr. II. II. Green his drug
store. Mr. Green is a young man, well and
favorably knewn to many peoplo of this
city, having resided hero for tho greater
part of tho past four years. Ho is thorough
ly conversant with fie drug business, and
will doubtless make a success out of his
venture. Ho entered a drug store in Anna,
Union county, this state, in 1870, but bis
superior qualifications soon obtained for
him a good position in the extensive whole
sale and retail house of Barclay Bros., in
Cairo, where he remained for two years(
resigning at the end of that time to accept
a position under tho state government in
tho drug department of the Southern Illi
nois Insane asylum. After retiring from
this office, Mr. Green camo to Bloomington.
Ho studied law here, but that profession
did not suit him, and now ho returns to his
General Ilnzen, of the Signal Service is
going to tackle the tornado business, aud if
ho can't stop these dangerous visitants en
tirely, ho proposes to find out how they
happen to call upon us so frequently. Kan
sas has been most alllicted with tornadoes,
having had sixty-two since the state has
been occupied by white people. Illinois
has had fifty-four since a record has been
kept; Missouri, forty-lour; New York, thirty-five;
Georgia, thirty-three; Iowa, thirty
ono; Ohio, twenty-eight; Indiana, twenty
seven; and many other slates and territories
ono each. The storms usually occur be
tween 5 and 0 in tho evening, and tho aver-
ago width of tho path of destruction is
1,080 feet. Sergeant W. II. Ray, the signal
officer at this point, is now engaged in pro-
pairing a chart showing the positions of
tho various objects torn away by the lato
hurricane hero. Ho finds so far that these
objects did not all fall in tho same direction ;
that somo fell directly east, others north ;
and also that there arc two tracks of the
storm through tho city, one in tho lower
and the other near tho contro of tho city,
tho space between and beyond these having
escaped almost entirely. Tho chart will
probably bu forwarded to Washington lor
uso by General Hazen.
"Wise men change their minds, fools
never do," says an American philosopher,
In view of tho fact that Grandmother
Argus, who somo timo ago thought it very
unwise to "parade tho fact that small-pox
existed in the city and thus causo alarm,"
and by inuondo denounced The Bulletin
for not following her example, has, ot late,
experienced ocotnpleto change of mind, it
is safo to conclude that tho philosopher's
axiom extends ahio to women. Tho old
lady in question has, for a week or more
past, been engagod in tho very thing for
which Bho criticised Tub Bcllktin, and
last evening sho gavo her readers
the following, which is substantially
tho same argument used by The Bulletin
in defence, of its course : "This uncertainty
is much worse than tho diseaso itself in
creating a "scare." Our authorities aro
doing all they cihi to ferret out nnd guard
houses where tho diseaso exists, but if it is
concealed from them they can do nothing.
Our people should assist nil in their power,
uot only by pointing out suspicious cases to
tho oilicers, but cleaning up their premises,
using disinfectants liberally, and doing
everything else possible to put tho city in a
cleanly condition." The old lady's ad
advico is good for onco and, also for once,
it would bo followed by the people had it
been given sooner. As it is tho old lady
follows in tho track of Tins Bulletin and
the people, who have been advising and
doing good work in tho way of cleaning up
for a week or more.
Yesterday afternoon officers Mahanny
and Martin arrested a young fellow calling
himself Donnelly for whom tho officers of
this city have been looking for sometime.
I lu is the same young fellow
who some timo ago, with tho
assistance of a notorious negro rough and
sharper named "Black Hawk," held up and
robbed a young countryman on Railroad
avenue. They induced the young fellow
to accompany them to the street named,
and at tho first opportunity one caught him
around the neck with his arm and held
him up while the other tubbed him of a
pocket-book containing about Bixty dollars.
They took out farty dollars and handed
tho young fellow back twenty and his
pocket-book. Hawk was captured soon
after and committed to jail in default of
bail, but his partner made good his escape
and succeeded in eluding the officers until
yesterday. When discovered he was sitting
on the ground below the Wabash incline,
and when he saw the officers, he mado an
effort to get "undercover"; but his purpose
was guessed, ho was commanded to halt
and he did. In the way of dress he was
prepared for an emergency. lie wore a
soft black hat and white ehirt ; bat in his
pocket ho had a cap and over his white
shirt he wore a bluish grey llannell shirt
which was open in trout aud turned back
under his coat so that it could not be
seen. Day before yesterday he
attempted to hire a stranger
stopping at the Mockler House, who was
known to bo a stock raiser and havo con
siderable money, up to the now elevator
with tho ostensible purpose of Bhowing
him some fino cattle. Having gotten the
stranger there Donnelly would, with tho
assistance of a negro whom he had already
hired nnd posted, very likely have played a
confidence game on the stranger or robbed
him. Aud having succeeded in this and
being pursued, ho would havo doffed his
soft hat and donned his cap, buttoned his
gray flannel shirt over his white shirt front,
smutted or distorted his face, limped, and
stuttered, in short ho would havo been an
entirely different man from what he
was a ifiirmte belorc. liut
the stranger seems to have been too
sharp; he informed Constable W. II. Hchut-
ter of the affair, and ho arrested Donnelly
and took him before Justice Robinson for
trial. The granger failed to appear, how
ever, and therelorc Donnelly had to bo
discharged. But he is in jail now awaiting
trial for a more serious charge than "con-
Boston, April 2f.ith. Advices from
Concord to-night state that Ralph Waldo
Emerson is resting quietly, though much
weaker. It is apparent that his condition
is gradually growing weaker and more
alarming. It has been feared all along
that when tho crisis was reached he would
not bo able to meet it successfully, and
now that such a stage of the case is near
at hand eithi'r good or bad news may be
given with some degree of defitness and
probability. Mrs Emerson, nee Lillian
Jackson, of Plymouth, who has been tho
faithful companion of tho philosopher for
nearly half a century, is constantly at his
bedside, and he indicates by motions that
sho can attend him to the best satisfaction
more than any one else. His son Edward
Waldo, the physician in chargo of the caso
his unmarried daughter Ellen, and his
married daughter Edith (Mrs. W. II. For
bes) are all with him. Mr. Emerson is
Hearing his eightieth birth day he was
born on the 20th of May 1803 aud can
not in all human probability long withstand
a disease. John Owen, his life-long freiud
and biographer, died yesterday in Boston,
after n brief illness, in his seventy-ninth
year. Eighteen hundred and eighty-two
promises to 1mj notable for tho deiniso of
great men. Longfellow and Darwin have
paid tho debt of nature and Emerson
stands on the threshold of the silent land.
Later: A dispatch from .Boston under
date of tho 27th says that Mr. Emerson is
dead. "Ho hail lingered along in partial
unconsciousness througbou tho hours while
tho sun was abovo tho horizon," says tho
dispatch, "and with its declino the sands of
life began more rapidly fleeting. At 7
o'clock it was seen that ho could not long
live. At 8:50 p.m., surroundod by his
weeping lamily, a few attached friends and
neighbors, ho expired peacefully and Btill
in tho lethargy which nearly all tho day
had wrapped his senses in oblivion. Not
a word of recognition for thoso about him
unconscious to tho last.
A SMALL POX PREVENTIVE.
Smoke tho "Evening's Delight," a suro
preventive for small-pox. Manufactured
aud sold by our popular cigar manufacturer,
Of Every Description, from
Youth's or Gentleman's Complete Outfit. A largo Assort
ment of STBAAV HATS AND STIFF BBIMMED FEALT
IIATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGES AVE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise wo buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND Wo havo uniple capital and aro prepared to buy cash down.
THIRD We aro at all times rerftitH(.iifid in (.astern mnrki.lu I
, . . ,, : , -
who is alwnys on the lookout.
Now, it is by taking advantago of these opportunities that wo do from time to- time
namo such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we aro selling Middlesex'
Bluo Flannel Suit, each suit bears tho ticket with full name Middlesex CV m no m,..,,.
genumo without ticket. A very nico Cheviot Suit for sf'J.OO, worth $15.00. A verv nob.
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at f$12.G0, worth $19.00. Wo do not sell coods tor less than cost.
Wo want it distinctly understood that wo inako a small profit on everything wo Bell, for
that principlo by which a merchant can self goods for less than cost, and still keep store,
has never yet been discovered. Come and we our goods. You will not be importuned
PETIKMJ from the CLOTHING BUSINESS ! ! !
After due deliberation, we have determined to quit the
business nnd consequently offer to the Public our entire
STOCK OF CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS AND
HATS; without reserve,
AT COST ! AT COST ! ! FOR CASH ONLY ! ! !
You enn save the Clothier's usual 20 to 40 PER CENT,
profit by calling upon us.
We have a complete line of GENT'S, YOUTH'S, l'.OY'S
AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
Jobbers aud others that wish
SPI5C1AL 1JAKGA1MS IN LOTS.
Will do well to give us a
Cases, ect., for sale.
All those that aro indebted to us'pleaso call and make a
settlement as wc are desirous of closing out as 6oon as possible.
I. Faunhakkr tfe Co.
"NO CAUSE FOR ALARM."
At a meeting of the board of education
hold this (Friday) afternoon, the suhjectof
the presence of Binall-po. in the city waa
taken under consideration, and, after a care
ful investigation, it waa found that there
are now five cases under treatment in tho
city; two of these are in the hospital, the
remainder are all convalescent. In view
of these facts the following resolution was
unanimously adopted :
Resolved, That tho board of education
sees no cause tor alarm, and does not
leeru it expedient to close thu schools on
account of small-pox.
Boakr ov LuiXATiox.
F. Kohsmevkk, Sec'y.
UHT OK LKTTKUH HEMAIMMI CNCALI.EU
KOK IN TUB l'OSTOFKICIi AT CAIHO, ILL.,
fiATCKDAY, AI'KII, 2'J, l&S'J.
Alon, Mollio Bland, Ilettie (2)
Black, Martha A Baker, Vinno
Blake, Ratio Brook, Maria
Briden, Gicao Baker, Fannie
Clancy, Mary Crabtree, Eliza
Caskey, Kate Campbell, II P
Chancy, Annio M Harris. Annie (2)
lleiple, Isabel Harris, Josio
Johnson, Mattio Lee, Mallissey Ann
Lane, Laura Morgmering Nellie G
Plereise, Mattie Preston, Frankie
Itedd, Jennie Robinson, Lydia
Roberts, Sallio Stacks, Ella (2)
Smith, Matilda Thackelo, Mary
Wilson, Jennie Williams, Ida
Williams, Elvira Woden, Delia
Aiuler, Geo Allen, Jack
Brown, A H , Boron, F J
Blakeslee, & Co O S Burger, Henry
Boll, J W Dayners, O
Dun & Co, R G
Hall, A B
Duncan, Jas II
Gardner, W R
Johnson, M E
Miller, Jas E
Miller, R L
Nickison, C H
Ross, Jas A
Upshin, A P
Weber, WW .
Lee, J B
Roberts, W D
Speights, J II
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will pleaso say advertised.
Gico. W. McKkaki, PoBtmaoter.
Not tho least important feature in Fel
lows' Compound Syrup of Hypophosphites,
is thu comfort, buoyancy, nnd vigor which
is inspired by its use, us the patient recov
ers from sickness. No other preparation
known contains tho samo potent and direct
effect on tho nervous system.
the minutest article up to a
a n-Diucui uurui,
J. iUTJRGJflR & BHO,
.At IrVilaco Clothing I-Iouse,
call. Fixtures, Counters, Show
Cost ! !
At Cost ! ! !
8ovfnth S trout and Commercial Arenue.
. Year of Suirennir.
Mrs. Barnhart. cor. Prat and Broad wav.
Buffalo, was for twelve years a surferor
iroin rheumatism, anu aner trying every
known remedy without avail, won L-ntirnlw
cured by Thomas' Electric Oil. P, G.
Palpitation of the Heart.
J. M. Might, Syracuse, N. Y., writes:
''When I first commenced using your Bur
dock Blook Bitters I was troubled with
11 uttering and palpitation of tho heart. I
felt weak and languid, with a numbness
of the limbs; since using, my heart has not
troubled me and the numbing sensation it
all gone." Price $1.00 P. O. Schuh, Afit.
V.'&o elected hya majority of tun ttinuiund vote
to bu tho finest Sc. cigar lu ttu market.
TUB KBQULAK CAIRO AND PADUCAH
SOUS FOWL EE.
1IENKY K. TAYLOH Martcr
UKO. JOBBS Clerk
leavna Tadncah fnr Cairo daily (Sundays excopt-i-d)
at 8 a.m. and Monnd City at 1 P m. Hutnrn
liiK, L. avi'a Cairo aH p. m. Mmind. City at,5p. m.
Htintnor Hllverthorn ; 147 font length ; 28 foot
tirnin; 4 loot hold; i cnglnco; 2 cylinder; 13 luclioa
illamutcr; 4 foot utroke; i liollur, 40 InchuM dlanio
tor, isruut long.' Tlio boat and machinery li In ox
cullutit rupHir.and In nod rannltiK ordur; ahu baa
full cabin aud la one of tbe bout Unlit draught
lioutn on the river. For term apply to, or addrvaa
W, .I.Turnor, nmatur, at Hickman, Kentucky: or
W.K. l.Binbdlu, rlvur editor of Dally Uullotlo,
THE A. B. SAFF0JU).
Dally packet butween Cairo and Mound City Cap
tain Amllo Owuu.
LuRWt Cairo 7:30 A. M.
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" Cairo. 1'4 Moon
" Mound City I'M V. M,
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