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THE 'DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1882.
TIIE DAILX BULLETIN.
tic : BullstU Building, Washington Avenue
HTKBKD AT TBS POST OFFlCt IN CAIRO, 11
LIHOU, AB SECOND-CLAM lUTTin.
UirlUlAL PAPBR OF CITY AND COUNT?
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lu uih column, eli(nt ccuta per lino for
Irettnnnv conn nur iiiiu unco .uimctjuuiii m.ui
llon. Kor 0110 wuuic, 30 cent iiorlluu. For uuo
iromn, wiconu per nuo.
A SM AT.T, VOX PREVENTIVE.
Bmoke tlio "Evuiiing'a Dcliglit," a sure
preventive lor small-pox. juauuiaciureu
and sold by our popular cijjar manufacturer,
O. 0. Wichcrt. 2t
Clean Your Cisterns.
Persons wanting cistornspumped out and
repaired cun have them done promptly
and at fair rates by the undersigned. Or
dcrs by postal card promptly attended to.
1 m. J. S. Hawkins.
UsoTiiic Caiiio Hullktin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
coanilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at tlio office. No. 2 and
S. five and ten cents each by tho Binjlo one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Clean Up! Clean Up!!
All persons" are earnestly requested to
clean up their premises, and to thoroughly
disinfect all cellars, sinks and vaults.
ThetraBh and rubbish may be deposited
onthesidoof the street in piles, when it
will bo removed by the city up to the 10th
day of May.
After that date, all persons are warned
not to throw or deposit any slops, offal,,
tin cans, glass bottles, trashot - rubbish of
any kind upon any of the streets of tho
For penalty, see sec. 4, page 133, city
The city marshal and police constables
sre instructed to specially notice any viola
tions of the above section.
N. B. TnrsTi.EWOOD, Mayor.
Cairo, Ills., April 20, 1833. 3t
Dissolution of Partnership.
Tho co-partnership heretofore existing
between tho undersigned, under tho firm
name of Bower & Barbee, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent, Charles F. Bow
er having purchased tho interest of John T.
Barbee. All debts duo tho firm must be
paid to Charles F. Bower, who assumes the
payment of all debts of the firm.
CriAS. F. Boweii.
April 28, 1833. Jno.T. Baiibee.
Fine Household Furniture aul Carpets
KOH bale at auction.
I will sell all of my Household aud
Kitchen Furniture, beds, bedding, carpets
and pictures at auction, on Friday and Sat
urday, May 5th and Otb, at my dwelling
house, on Fifteenth street, and will then
rent tho houso to a responsible tenant.
House contains ten rooms, besides brick
basement, with dining room, kitchen,
pantry and wash room, and is in good con
dition. .Tab. 8. Keardk.n.
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 business.
L. A. Phelps, (tth street.
Tako notice that on and after May 1st
interest will bo taxed on all taxes not
paid by that date. Call and settle at once.
Sheriff aud Collector.
April 18th, 1883.
Receipt books, Cairo data line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for salo at the Cairo Bulletiu
Wanted to Kent.
An entire 2nd lloor of business house on
Ohio Levee or Commercial avenue, address
' City Brewery, with machinery, suitable
for factory. For further information, ap
ply toFeuchter & Rchwuhitz, cor. 9th and
Washington ave. Ct
House of 8 rooms and atttic on south wide
4tb street, west of Washington ave. Good
cistern, stable &c, on premises. Cheap.
Apply on premises to P. Kilmartin or to
M.J. Howlet, Real EBtatu Agent.
Two story brick Btore room 50 feet deep,
o nice rooms above; Commercial ave. be
tween Twelfth and Thirteenth Btrect. Ap
ply at the Vicksburg House.
"lw. Mus. McCarthy.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
TO ICE COSBUMEUS.
I am now prepared to furnish ice, both
at wholesale and retail fin ahv foinnrirvV
to all parts of the city, or for steamboats
or creneral shipment. Order should Im
addressed to Jacob Klee, cor. 8th and Ohio
levee, or given to tlio drivers of wagons
Office open day and night. Jacou Klee.
' 200 nuLS. Cement for sale by Win,
Fob IIkst tjtoro room formerly occu
Died by Frank McKuight-Undor photo.
frraph gallery on 6th street. Apply to L.
it initt pr. onotoffran her.
Nor Mm luast important feuturu in Fl
tmva (Inmnoutid Bvrun of UvnonhoBDhites.
U the comfort, buoyancy, and vigor which
it inspired by its use, as the patient recov
.h fmm alrkaogg. No other orenaratiou
known contains the same potent and direct
effect 00 tho nervous system.
I GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theoo eommni, un cent per Use,
(ct Inaertlon. Marked
Window shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
Circuit court convenes a week from to
morrow. Interesting services will bo held in all
tho churches in the city to day at tho usual
See notice in special locals of auction
sulo of household goods by Col. James S.
Gen. Hurlbut's remains have reached
Belvidero, 111., where tho funeral takes
A good lot of casks suitable for water
carts and tanks, all sizes, for Balo cheap, at
City Brewery, cor. 9th and Wash. ave. Ct
The Illinois Central railroad has ad
vertised to pay fifty dollars per month for
Dr. Marcau informs us that the cases
of varioloid at tho residence of Mrs. Dr.
Arter, on Tenth street, are doing very
well, and will soon bo convalescent.
ruul G.Schuh has added to his storo
a handsome fountain from which will flow
a perpetual stream of Saratoga spring wa
ter at 10c. a glass.
-The latest thing is a patent ink stop
per by which ink can bo poured without
spilling or dripping from a large bottle,
and it is for salo by Paul G. Schuh.
Smoko the "Evening's Delight," a sure
preventive to small-pox. Manufactured
and sold by our popular cigar manufactur
er, G. G. Wichert. It
Wanted To exchange for city resi
dence property, or sell very low for cash
one lot of general merchandise. Call near
cor. of Washinghton ave. and 14th st. It
Tho Charleston Courier: "The army
worm has made it appearance in Missis
sippi county. Much of tho wheat is
threatened, but it may bo only a scare."
Hurrah for fine Buck Sausage at J.
Walters, Eighth street this evening at 5
o'clock. . Also Sunday, and Monday, May
There is an assorted stock of goods
next to Gross' saloon, on Washington ave.,
which has to bo sold, on short order, regard
less of cost. Small dealers and familcs
would do well to examine. St
The nuptials of Prince Leopold, Queen
Victoria's youngest Bon, and tho Princess
Helena of Waldeck occurred Friday at St.
George's chapel, Windsor, tho archbishop
of Canterbury tying tho royal knot.
It is said that when a Hindoo takes an
oath ho swears while holding tho tail of a
cow. Iii this country meu sometimes tako
hold of a cow's tail, but tho swearing is
done Immediately after they let go.
Toeradicato every form of malarial
poison from tho human system, euro rheu
matism aud tender tho system less liable to
contagion, use tho Electro Vapor baths,
administered at Dr. Mareau's office, 123
Commercial ave. It
Tho Seventeenth session of the South
ern Illinois Medical association will cou
veno in Carbondalo on tho 17th of May.
The meeting will bo attended by a number
of tho most noted physicians and surgeons
in the west, who are expected to deliver
addresses and read papers beforo tho asso
ciation. -Some of tho whilom temperance towns
in Southern Illinois having given prohibi
tion a trial for a year or two, seem to havo
grown dissatisfied with it for somo reason,
moBt probably because it failed to prohibit.
Marion aud McLcansboro, both temperance
towns, theretofore voted in tho license sys
tem at their recent elections.
Mr. Chas, Hamilton, general superin
tendent of the Cairo and St. Louis railway
us issued an official circular in which ho
states that the station heretofore known as
Gilhburg, will on and after May 1 bo call
ed Ora, which is also tho name of tho post
office. A now station lias been established
between Jonesboro and Sprinvillo, which
will bu called Whitebouso.
A novelty in tho utilization of wiro
fences consists in insuluting one of tho
continuous wires and connecting its ends
with tho opposite poles of a battery. Ani
nuils coming in contact with this wfro will
receive a shock from tho electric current
which will effectually debar them, it is
said, from attempting to break down or
override fences of this description.
Tho people of Cairo havo tho advan
tage ot tho peoplo of St. Louis and Chi
cago in tho way of cheap meats. Because
tho wholesale price of beef has advanced
greatly the people of thoso two cities aro
compelled to pay from fifteen to thirty
cents per pound for that variety of meat,
whih) here tho retail price remains us yet
Yesterday Mr. Fred. Sticher, tho up
town barber, was prououueed by Dr. Sulli
van to be afllicted with varioloid in a mild
form. Tho day beforo ho was taken ill
was thought to havo only a slight cold,
yesterday however his ailment developed
into an unmistakable case of varioloid.
Tho authorities were promptly notifiud aud
all noccssary precautions wero taken".
A number of valuable tnilch cowa havo
died in tho city during Friday and Satur
day, Mr. John Thistlewood lost ono Fri
day, Mr. Sim Tabor, ono Friday night, and
Magistrate Comings lost two, ono Friday
ami ono yesterday. Several other parties
lost their's during thesamo period of time,
making altogether more than half a dozen.
Tho peculiarities about it aro that all ani
mals wereflno stock ami all died with the
Tho Young Temperance People's
meeting last Friday night was one of much
interest in every way. It was largely at
tended by peoplo of nearly all ages. Trie
exercises wero opened with a recitation by
Miss Laura Walbridgo.- This was followed
by a vocal solo from Miss Mamie Corlis, an
organ duet by Missos Ada Scarrett and
Emma James, a vocal solo by Miss Ilattie
McKco Biid another by Mr. Frank Metcalf.
Says tho Johnson county Journal:
"Somo of the farmers aro going tosow wheat
in their corn at tho last plowing for the
chinch bugs to feed upon and prevent them
from destroying their corn. It is a capital
idea and if tho chinch bugs do not oat it up
it will serve for a winter pasture" Didn't
know until now that chinch bugs lived on
"capital ideas," or that such ideas were good
for "winter pasture." Looks improbable,
but will tako the Journal's word for it.
I would invito tho attention of parties
wishing to purchase something neat in the
way of a child's buggy, to call and exam
ine my largo stock which I havo just re
ceived. I can not fail to suit any one, both
in prices ami quality, as my assortment
consists cf seventy-fivo different stylos,
which I propose to sell at prices that will
make them move. Do not fail to ask to be
shown tho large display of buggies up
stairs at Hartmau's Crokery Store. !it.
Tn special locals this morning appears
tho dissolution notice of the firm of B jwers
& Barbec, lessees of tho European Hotel on
Ohio leveo. Mr. Chas. F. Bowers takes
exclusive charge of tho business and will
have a grand opening on Monday, during
which he will servo to all who come a mag
nificent free lunch. Ho is a worthy, in
dustrious and capable young man and woll
deserves tho success with which ho will
meet. Mr. Barbeo will give his attention
entirely to his wholesale liquor agency.
Much excitement was created yester
day among tho colored voters of the city
by the election of a candidate for an ap
poinrmeut at Washington. Tho polo was
at the Hibernian engine house; the candi
dates wero Messrs. Samuel Taylor and
Tanner; the judges were Mr. McEwen for
the Tanner faction, Mr. John Gladney for
tho Taylor faction and Mr. Wm. Murphy
for Captain Thomas. It was a fight be
tween two factious represented by the
Three States and Tho Gazette respectively
and it seems that tho latter won for its
candidate, Samuel Taylor, received 357
votes which exceeds Tanner's vote by 125.
Tho storm did not give thn vicinity of
Paducah a complete go by last week as has
been thought. Wo learn that it left its
mark in many places in tho Mason's Mills
neighborhood. Mr. Jack Ogilvio had 110
feet of barn BhoJs and 400 panels of fence
blown down, and three largo trees in his
yard torn up by tho roots. Mr. John Ens
ley's barn was torn into fragments, and tho
buildings and trees on tho place of Mr
Coouey Bundle suffered considerably. Tho
wind camo up a little valley thero and did
more or less damago in many places all
Magistrate Comings made a post
mortem examination of his dead cows yes
terday ami found their vitals and internal
arraingei'ient in a perfectly normal condi
tion and was about to give up his search
for the cause of the death of tho animals
when ho bethought himself of tho horns.
Ho broke off ono from the head of each of
tho dead animals and found each hollow.
He concludes, therefore, with good reason,
that tho cause of death wis "hollow horn."
Persons having sick cows may profit by
Tho Metropolis Democrat persists in
its efforts to make Judge J. II. Mulkcy, a
citizen of that place. In its last issue it
says: "Hon, John II. Mulkey came up on
Monday last and closed a trade with Nathan
Shiek for tiinu lots on Metropolis ntrcot,
between tho pottery and tho residence of
Capt. Ben Rankin. The judge paid 11,500
for tho property. Wo aro glad that he has
definitely Brrnngod to mako Metropolis his
future home." Some days ago a represen
tative of Tim Bulletin iuquirod into the
matter and was authorized by the judge's
near relative to state to tho public that
Judge Mulkcy was and would remain a
citizen of Cairo.
Ballard county is said to bo in a state
of excitement over an egg which was laid
by a lien belonging to a Mrs. Ciice, and
vhich bears tho inscription in raised let
ters, "Judgment day, August, 1882." Mrs.
Crico claims that tho inscription is not an
artificial one, but was upon the egg when
laid by the hen. Tho news of tho remark
able phenomenon lias spread like fire all
over tho county and tho demand for bibles,
etc., has decoded greatly tho supply. Tho
excitement has cvou extended to this city
and ono gentleman contemplates purchas
ing tho egg and a largo stock of bibles,
and by exhibiting tho former in a glass
show caso "at twouty-flvo cents a look,"
mako it servo as a sort of inducement to
people to purchaso tho latter,
An effort is being made to have a grand
Fourth et July celebration in Cairo, in
whfch tho diffocent organizations in the
city shall tako part. It appears that tho
Hibernian lire company has taken tho lead
in tho enterprise by appointing a commit-,
teo which is to confer with other compa
nies and societies, for the purpose of induc
ing them to join and help to makj tho
celebration successful. It is certainly de
sirable that tho great day should bo ob
served in a manner that will attract a large
number of visitors here, and that will ufford
them and tho citizens of Cairo much pleas
ure. The peoplo of Cairo should mako use
of every opportunity to induce tlio peoplo
of our neighboring towns to visit Cairo,
aud public holidays when everybody ex
pects to go somewhere for enjoymeut would
seem to offer tho best opportunities.
--Grandmother Argus: "The Bulletin
is enabled to get ten couts a week moro than
the Argus and havo half the circulation, all
this by having a funny man on the columns.
Wo havo a boy out hunting one." The
old lady certaiuly makes a typographical
error when sho says that The Bulletin
has but half tho circulation she has. Sho
must havo meant to Bay just tho reverse.
Some time ago The Bulletin was printed
on the same press, upon which tho Argus
hal been printed for some time, and by tho
same man who printed the Argus. This man
btated that it took him an hour and a half
to run off tho Argus and nearly four hours
of harder work to print Tub Bulletin.
Tho old lady is certainly mistaken and she
bbotild correct the mistake. To make Bpo
cial efforts to "catch up" with The Bulle
tin certainly does not 6uppoit the claim
that she is already way ahead.
During the last' week Mr. C. It. Wood
ward went to Diion Springs to arrange for
the erection of a summer cottago to bo oc
cupied during the hot Beason by himself
and family. lie passed through Metropo
lis and while there, says tho Metropolis
Memocrat, "lie explained to some citizens
the operations of tho tax payer's league, of
Alexander county. After listening to Mr.
Woodward's explanations, wo became fully
convinced that both the city of Metropolis
and the county of Massac would be vastly
benefited by such an organization here. The
league does nothing more than to make
suggestions to tho board of county, com
missioners, and to the city council, aud to
keep track of the bills allowed, contracts
and tax levies made by theso bodies. While
the organization possesses nothing moro
than a moral power, yet, composed as it is
of those bearing tho burden of local taxa
tion, neither the commissioners court nor
tho city council would bo apt to ride rough
shod, over any well matured suggestion
coining from a body of citizens of intelli
gence, wealth and good standing." A
movement is on foot in Metropolis to or
ganize a tax payer's league similiar to the
one iu existence here.
An extra issued Friday by the Ches
ter Tribune, gives tho following particu
lars of the terrible assault made by a ne
gro convict upon Mr. Charles Dowell, pur
chasing ageut for tho penitentiary; "On
the noon train yesterday Mr. Dowell re
turned with a numlicr of others from
Murphysboro, where ho had been to attend
tho Odd Fellows colcbratiou tho day pre
vious and remained over to attend the ball
theie at night. As a mutter of conscquenco
he had had but little Bleep. About 2:00
or 2 :'M o'clock, and just alter his conver
sation with the Tribune representative, he
went to his room for a imp. As has
been his custom, he neglected to lock his
door upon retiring. While sleeping sound
ly a colored convict stealthily entered his
room, loked tho door securely on tho in
side, fastened the transom, and with a keen
razor, the handle of which had been wrap
ped Btoiitly to the very blade, approached
the unconscious man and with lightning
like rapidity pushed the head back with
his left hau l while with tho right ho drew
the razor across the sleeping officer's throat
cutting an ugly gush from ear to ear. At
once Mr. Dowell was on his feet, grapling
for his life with tho desperate convict
tho blood now ru-tbing in a torrent from
his throat. At otico ottk-or Pyron heard tho
scullling iu tho room, and ho with the as
sistant deputy warden Mr. Frank Mur
ray tried to gain admittance. On finding
tho door locked they peered over tho
transom. They lost no time then in burst
ing a pannel from tho door and entering.
Tlio spectacle beforo their eyes was u fear
ful ono. B-ickod against tho wall was Mr.
Dowell and his would-bo murderer, in a
hand to hand encounter, both covered with
tho blood of the wounded officer, tho con
vict with his teeth fastened with tho grip
of a vice iu tho former's right
arm and trying to wrench
from him' tho death-dealing razor
whichbyso.no means ho hail got into his
mouth and was holding fast with his teeth.
The floor was covered with blood, at tho
side of tho bed being a great pool where Mr.
Dowell had left his bud to grasp his desper
ate assailant, and tho walls in many places
born spots of- blood us if they had boon
sprinkled thero with a broom. These show
ed how desperate had been tho
struggle of the two men.
As soon as tho officers gained admission
they at ouco released tho convict's grip ou
his victim's arm, and hustled him off to
tho solitary. Mr. Dowell refused to lio down
for a momumt or two, and walkod out into
tho main corridor and back to his room,
although ho had by this time lost at least a
gallon of blood, tho crimson fluid still flow
ing from his neck, from a severo cut which
in tho struggle nearly severed one of his
thumbs from tho hand, and from an ugly
wound in the corner of his mouth, in which
. Of Every Description, from tlio minutest article up to a
Youth's or Gentleman's Complete Outfit. A largo Assort
ment of STRAW HATS AND STIFF BRLMMEI) FEALT
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise we buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND Wo have ample capital and aro prepared to buy cash down.
THIKD We aro at all times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer
who is always on tho lookout. '
Now.it is by taking advantage of theBo opportunities that we do from time to time
nnino such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance wo aro selling Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears tho ticket with full namo Middlesex Co. $10.00 None
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for $0.50, worth $ lfl.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at 12 GO, worth $10.00. Wo do not sell coods lor less than cost.
Wo want it distinctly understood that wo maku a small profit ou everything wo sell, for
that principle by which a merchant can sell goods for less than rot.r, and still keep store,
has never yet been discovered. Come and sec our goods. You will not be importuned
ej. :i3Uiig:ei! & ijko,
-A t Pakico Clothing House,
108 Commercial Avenue,
RETIRING from the CLOTHING BUSINESS ! ! !
After duo deliberation, we have determined to quit tho
business and consequently cfh-r to the Public our tntiro
STOCK OF CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS AND
DATS; witaout reserve,
AT COST ! AT COST ! ! FOR CASH ONLY ! I 1
You can save the Clothier's usual 25 to 40 TER CENT,
profit by calling upon us.
We have a complete line of GENT'S, YOUTH'S. BOY'S
ANI) CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. v
Jobbers and others that wish
SPEC LAX BARGAINS IiNT LOTS.
Will do well to give us a
Cases, ect., for ebIc
All those that aro indebted to us pleas" call and make a
settlement as we are desirous of closing out as soon as possible.
I. F-AIiNBAKKK & Co.
he was holding tho razor whea
Tho commissioner showed us to the room
of Commissioner Mart in, on tho second
lloor, where the wounded man had been
removed. Charlie lay on the bed, calm
and still full of that wonderful grit which
carried him through yesterday's trying or
deal. Ho walked with a full, strong voice,
and when asked if he could relate what
happened iu his room before assistance
came, Baid that be was lying on the lounge,
instead of on the bed as above related.
Ho said when the first gash was made,
across his throat, which reached from ear
to ear, ho awakened, and realizing that a
struggle for life was to be made struck the
convict a blow with his left list, which sent
him reeling across the ruom to the op
posite wall. On arising he was again cm
fronted by his assailant, who still clutched
tha r iz ir. They grappled each other, and
the convict again cut him severely t,n the
throat, and reaching hi arm acmss
Charley's shoulder inflicted a terrible gash
across the back of the neck and nearly cut
oil' tho lower part of one of bis ears. Tho
desperado then cut at his throat ag.in and
again, when Charlie, seeing un opportunity,
caught the razor iu his mouth, whero he
held it fast. In doing so he received a
severe cut about an inch long and extendj
ing, through and through, across from tho
right side of tho mouth. In thus holding
the razor he bit great nicks in it, and said
he could feel them crumbling in his mouth.
In tho struggle the left hand was cut down
about two inches between the thumb and
fore-finger, while tho right thumb at tho
first join was cut almost completely olf.
Altogether he has thirteen cuts which tho
physicians were some four hours in dress
ing and sowing up. Ono hundred Btitches
were. taken in tho cut across tho neck alone,
during which time the mifferer showed tho
most astonishing grit and endurance; in
lact, Dr. McKcnziu says he never beforo
experienced such astonishing courago aud
fortitude Ho rested quite comfortably
during last night, and his fresh appearance
this morning is wonderful. He would bo
glad to see his friends, but hopes tube al
lowed to remain in perfect quiet nnd re-
coivo no one for tho present. Goorgo
Thompson, tho colored convict who com
mitted tho deed, is a small, black follow,
who plead guilty to a chargo of highway
robbery at tho circuit court ot Adams
county in 1877, and wub sentenced to four
teen years imprisonment. Ho was brought
herefrom Joliet with tho g:iugof 200, in
March, 1873, and soon after was assigned
to duty as a "trusty," to caro for tho offi
cers rooms, which position ho has ever since
That backing cough can bo so quickly
cured by Shiloh's Curo. We guurautoo it
Paul O. Schuh, Agent. , 1
call. Fixtures, Counters, Show
Cost ! !
At Cost ! ! J
Seventh Street and Couimerc-lul Aronue.
K L.KCTI ON I KSTJL.T.
Was elected j a majority of ton thouiand votes
to be ttie flawt 5e. cigar in the market.
NEW APVKKTISKMEXT 8.
MONDAY, MAY 1ST,
CHARLES F. BOWER,
BOWER & BARBEE,
AT LOUIS IIEKBKKT'H MI) STAND, OHIO
COME ONE! COME ALL 1 !
Willi KEGULAK CAIRO AND FADUCAQ
liiG US F0WIEBI!
I1ENHY K. TAYLOlt Maltor
GEO. JOBES Clerk
Lfavoil'adncili for Cairo daily (Kundayi eicept
id) at 8 a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. Huturn. ,
ltiKi Leaves Cairo at 4 p. m. Hound, City at,0p.m.
THE A. B. SAFF0RD.
Dally pnrki't botwoun Cairo and Mound City Cap
talu Amtlo Uwou, .
Luavus Cairo JiSO A. M,
" Mound City (1:;i0 "
" Cairo ..H Noon
11 Mound City P. M.
11 Cairo 4:1)0 "
Mound City .,...0 " "