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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN ; TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1882.
rilE DAILY BULLETIN
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CAIRO. ILLINOIS. .
, HNTBHKD T T8 roST OMIC IN CAIRO, IL
LI R 018, AS SECOND fLABfl 1UTTKB.
-MUiAJ PAPXRUF CITY AND OOONTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nntirna lu thin culamn. (HirUt CGElt per line for
imi.n.l fivn r.in nut Una each iuli.cuueiit Inear
itou. Put mid wk. 80 cent ior llnu. i'ot out)
trontb, 60 cents per Uric
Clean Your Ctateru.s.
Persons wanting cisterns pumped (ut ami
repaired can have them done promptly
and at fair rates by tho undersigned. Or
dcrs by postal can! promptly attended to.
1 m. J. S. Hawkins.
-Use The Camio Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, malo of calendered jute
manilla, equally frood for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the ollico. Ho. J ana
3. flvo and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen or by the hundred, no varia
tion in prices.
Clcau Up! Clean Up!!
All persona are earnestly requested to
cleanup their premises, and to thoroughly
disinfect all cellars, sinks and vaults.
The trash and rubbish may bo deposited
on the side of tho street in piles, when it
will be removed by tho city up to tho 10th
day of May.
After that date, all persons arc warned
not to throw or deposit any slops, offal,
tin cans, ghisa bottles, trash or rubbish of
any kind upon any of the streets of the
For penalty, see sec. 4, pnfjc 133, city
The city marshal and police constables
are instructed to specially notice auy viola
tions of the above section.
N. B. Thistlewood, Mayor.
Cairo,' Ills., April 29, 1832. 3t
Dissolution of Partnership.
The co partnership heretofore existing
betwocn tho undersigned, under tho tirm
name of Bower & Barbee, is this day dis
solved by mutual consent, Charles F. Bow
er having purchased the interest of John T.
Barbee. All debts duo the firm must be
paid to Charles F. Rower, who assumes the
payment of all debts of tho firm.
Ciias. F. Bowkk.
April 28,1882. Jno.T. Baubee.
Fine Household Furniture and Carpets
FOK BALE AT AUCTION.
I will sell all of my Household and
Kitchen Furniture, beds, bedding, carpets
ftnd pictures at auction, on Friday and Sat
urday, May 5th and Gth, at my dwelling
houec, on Fifteenth street, and will then
rent the house 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. .Tas. 3. Reaiiden.
For Kent. Sherman House, two story
brick, lb rooms and 2 halls, east side Com
mercial ave., between Fourth and Fifth
street j. Apply on . premises Mrs. Mc-
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween G. D. Williamson and Walton W.
Wright, under tho firm name of G. D. Will
iamson & Co., has this day been dissolved
by mutual consent, Walton W. Wright
retiring from the business, which will be
continued by 0. 1). Williamson who col
lects all outstanding accounts and assumes
all liabilities of the late firm,
O. I). Williamson,
Walton W. WaionT.
Cairo, Mayl, 1882.
Two rooms, on second flwr of Tub Bul
letin building. Apply, up stairs, Mrs.
Wanted immediately, a 6teady boy, from
14 to 20, to learn the photograph business.
L. A. Phelps, Cth street.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
Wanted to Kent.
An entire 2nd floor of business house on
Ohio Levee or Commercial avenue, address
Cij Brery, with machinery, suitable
for fvtnry. For further information, ap
pTy to Feijchter Jc Schwanitz, cor. Oth and
WasLiegtoo ave. Gt
House of 3 rooms and atttic on south side
4tb street, west of Washington ave. Good
cistern, stablo &c, on premises. Cheap.
Apply on premises to r. kilmartin or to
M.J. IIowlky, Real Kstato Agent.
Twp story brick store room 50 feet deep
8 nice rooms above; Commercial ave. bo
tween Twelfth and Thirteenth street. Ap
ply at tho Vickbbur House.
lw. Mm. McCarthy.
ICKI ICE!! ICE!!!
. TO ICB CONSUMERS.
Iam now prepared to furnish ice, both
.'. at wholesale and retail (in any ouantitvY
to all parts of the city, or for steamboats
or general shipment. Orders should le
addressed to Jacob Klec, cor. 8th and Ohio
. levee, or given to tho drivers of wagons.
uwee open aay ana uignt. Jacoii Klke,
Cbmekt for sale by
roB kknt oiore room formerly occu
pled by Frank McKnight Under photo-
frraph gallery on Otli street. Apply to
IL riiEUa, photographer.
Ax agreeable dressing for the hair, that
wiUtiplU falling, has been loug sought
for, Parker! Hair Balsam, distinguished
Va tU purity, fully supplies this want.
I GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thi eolnmni, ten cent per Uno,
aaeh Insertion. Marked
Wiudow shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. . tf
Remember tho auction sale at residence
of Col. Roardon, advertised in another
Tho safe of tho steamer Goldea City,
recently burned near Memphis, has been
recovered, with f 4,000 in money.
A good lot of casks suitable for water
carts and tanks, all sizes, for sale cheap, at
City Brewery, cor. 0th and Wash. ovc. Ct
Tho rumbling of wheels and shriek of
tho steam whistle along the Mississippi
levee again entertains the residents along
thero siuco yesterday, when the St. Louis it
Cairo trains began to run.
Examino your corn fields carefully. A
man near Homer, Ills., found three valises
in a corn field, containing 271 pcuknives,
eight revolvers, seven Jfinger rings, watch
chains and other gold and silver ware.
Isn't it about time for tho United
States of America to havo that suit for
arrears of income tax against ono Samuel
J. Tilden settled, if there's any merit in it?
n 1870 the government waited for 1890; is
it tho plan now to wait until 1884.
Northern Texas was yesterday visited
y a storm centering near Deuison and
Sherman. Hailstones as largo as gooso
ggs aro said to havo fallen. Mr. Day, of
Whitesboro, was killed, and many persons
were injured. Stock was badly lacerated,
and crops in the stricken belt were ruined.
Boss Logan's occupant of tho speaker's
chair at Springfield isn't very successful in
his effort to Keiferizo the body over which
he presides. Tho democrats in the Illinois
assembly seem nearly as well able to lake
caro of themselves as their party friends in
We didn't havo much of a winter this
last time, yet tho Canadian water route is
not yet open for business, to day Jeing
tho day set for opening tho canal around
tho Lachino rapids. The Mississippi river
has nothing to fear from tho competition
of that grain route.
By notice in another column it will bo
seen that G. D. Williamson & Co. havo
dissolved partnership. Tho business to
continue under Captain Williamson at tho i
old stand. Mr. Wright has a "bonanza" in
his electric scales and will start cast to-day
to "work it for all it is worth."
Resolutions indorsing the action of
Governor Crittenden in regard to Jesse
James wore introduced in tho Missouri
house Friday, and ruled out of order. On
an appeal, eighty democrats voted to sus
tain the chair, and forty-two republicans
and greenhackers took the other side. And
yet the Springfield Journal speaks of Dem
ocratic sympathy for Jesso James in Mis
souri. I would iuvito tho attention of parties
wishing to purchase something neat in tho
way of a child's buggy, to call and exam
ine my large stock which I havo just re
ceived. I can not fail to suit any one, both
prices and quality, as my assortment
consists ef soventy-nve different styles,
hich I propose to sell at prices that will
make them move. Do not fail to ask to be
iowu the large display of buggies up
stairs at Hartnian's Crokery Store. St.
-On Wednesday the general conference
the Methodist Episcopal church south,
will anse;nble in Nashville, Tennessee
Tho proceedings will bo very interesting
and important. Several new bishops are
to be chosen, tho liquor question wrestled
with and union with tho M. E. church dis
cussed at the approaching meeting, and all
these questions arc treated frankly and in
terestingly by men who know whereof
Mr. H.W.Abbott, who has lately be
come a citizen of Cairo and is engaged, in
curing persons of all manner of diseases by
means of "Psycho-Magnetic Influence,"
was arrested yesterday by officer Dunker
for practicing medicine without having a
diploma. His case came up before Justice
Robinson and he was acquitted on tho
ground that, within tho meaning of tho
aw, he is not a medical practitioner and
does therefore not require a diploma.
Jackson County Era: "Wo under
stand that au effort is being made to organ
zo a company in Southern Illinois for the
purpose of starting a breeding farm, look
ing to tho improvement of tho horse in
this region. As yet, little attention has
been paid by tho farmers of Southern Illi
nois to fine bred stock, and at tho fairs not
an animal of any ordinary distinction is
shown, but wo seo no reason why as flno
stocK, in too different classes, should .not
bo raised here as elsewhere"
Tho Illinois houso amended the sen
atorial apportionment bill iu a manuer to
avoid tho jJisfraiichisotnuut of Tazewell
county, and orderod it to a third readiug,
tho victory being a substantial one for tho
democrats. Tho congressional apportion,
mcnt bill was passed. It gives the Dem
ocruts bix out of tho twenty districts,
swiudling them out of three to which they
aro entitled. It makes this tho Twentieth
district, composed as was published in
previous issue of The Bulletin, and ro-
puuucau by a not very largo majority.
held by Captain English, of tho Hallid
Guards, a few days ago, Mr. Motzgery
tho drug house of Mr. Paul Q. flchnh, w
awarded the modal for tho best-kept uni
form, which ho will retain as long na
continues to como out best in these month
Iv fxtiniiiatiouB. Tho medal is of silver,
tlio size and form orii dollar, lieauti
fully carved and bearing tho monogram "
N. G." Iwas manufactured by Mr.
li Tho Chicago Times of Sunday pub
lished a map of Illinois showing tho new
congressional districts into which tho state
has been (jerrymandered by tho republican
legislature. Tho map may bo all right in
other respects, but it is very mucin out of
shape at the lower end. It makes tho line
dividing Alexander and Pulaski couutics
strike tlio Mississippi river somo where near
Beech Ridge, and places Cairo in the latter,
Instead of the former couuty, where it is.
Under the circumstances it would not be
strange if till the counties iu tho state had
thoappearanco of being carelessly thrown
fnm a dico-box. Tho horrible arrange
ment of them by tho legislature is hard to
imitate and harder still to recognize after
having been imitated.
Tho following letter was received re
cently by Will S. Hays, the poetical ma
rino editor of tho Louisville Courier Jour
nal: "Friend Will I have contracted
for my new Cincinnati and New Orleans
boat and propose to call her the "Will S.
Hays." I dont know any better way to
compliment you, or to pay tribute to one
so deserving, and who has been so earnest
and constant in his labors with that mighty
weapon, the pen, in the interest ot tho
river fraternity, This is official; and, if
you have no objection, so shall it bo re
corded. Your friend "Jim Bees." The
"Will S. Hays" is to cost $100,000, and be
one of the finest and fastest boats that ever
walked tho waters of the Ohio and Missis
sippi. Here's that she may take all the
horns that she can stand under!
Three new ca3es ot varioloid were re
ported to the city authorities yesterday.
Two of these were discovered Sunday and
ono yesterday. f Tho two were a fifteen year
old son of Mr. Hugh Callahan, living at tho
corner of Twentieth street and Washington
avcuue. The other was a negro man, who
was found in tho Btreets, having come to
tho city Sunday. Ho was taken to the
lospital by Dr. Carter. Tho third was a
negro child living in a frame building near
the Hibernian engine house, on Washing
ton avenue, near Thirteenth street. All
have mild cases. Several other castB were
rumored to havo broken out in different
parts of the city, but they were not report
ed to tho authorities. It is expected that
Mrs. ArniHtrong, near tho corner of nine
teenth and Poplar streets, wil! take tho
disease from her littlo daughter who died;
and therefore the premises is still quaran
tined against, although the case for which
tho placo was first subjected to restrictions
Yesterday afternoon "a littlo old
mule," drawing "a littlo old" rickety
wagon containing a colored boy, came
dashing around tho comer of Sixth street
and up the avenue; either in spito of, or in
obedience to, tho reins, he ran diagonally
across the avenue, jumped upon tho utone
pavement in front of Mr. Paul G. Schuh's
drug store and scampered along up the
walk, tearing down tho dummies at the
door of Messrs. J. Burger & Bro., bruising
them badly; tearing a new wire door from
tho frout of tho Hotel Do Winter,
smashing a baby buggy into a heap, and
breaking Bevcral spokes out of tho wheels
of the "little old wagon." As tho rig dash
ed by the dry goods house of Messrs. White
& Greer, Mr. Jeff Jenkins, clerk in tho es
tablishment, caught tho bridlo reins of the
niule, and then began a lively struggle in
which Mr. Jenkins and tho mulo danced a
not very graceful "racket," or some other
dance of which violent motions and con
tusions aro tho usual characteristics. But
Mr. Jenkins held on nobly and succeeded
ultimately in steariug tho animal's noso di
rectly against tho wall of a brick houso.
"That matter of circulation," says
Grandmother Argus, "is difficult to arrive
at, except by mutual arrangement, there
fore we will put it in this shape: Tint Bul
letin is 25 Us per week, tho Argus, al
though the same in sizo as The Bulletin,
isonly fifteen-cents per week. If the booksi
without doctoring, do not show that our
cash proceeds from subscriptions alone are
as largo as those of The Bulletin from tho
Bamo source, wo will acknowledge) tho fact
and publish it to the world." Tho old lady
seems to think it strange, and lays stress up
on tho fact, that, though she ami Tub Bul
letin "are tho samo size," tho latter com
mands ten cents per week nmro Iu sub
scription. Tho old lady is unreasonable
She might as woll express surprise -that
Bomupuoplo should rathor to pay ton or
twelve dollars per year for a standard maga
zine than to content themselves with a lust
yuur's almanac which may bo obtained by
tho peck freo of chargo at any drug store
Tho intelligent public is usually
cuoico 01 us reading matter
ami is able to distinguish thugood from tho
less good and is Usually willing to hay
accordingly. The fact that tho intelligent
public willingly pays more for Tiik iiiillr.
tin than it does for old lady Argus seems
to prove conclusively that said public be
Uuvos Tub Bulletin to bo "the superior
article" But to tho old lady's proposition,
At tho monthly inspection of unlfor
la the absence of any guarautoo that the
old lady will not "doctor" her book Tub
Bulletin is compelled to exercise its
mountain of faith in human nature to an
extraordinary degree It takes up the mit
ten however and makes this counter propor
ition. If Tuk Bulletin's income during tbo
lastycv from its aulncription list does riot
equal double that of old lady Argus
from tho samo source, as shown by the
"undoctored" books of each respectively,
then tho former will pay tho latter an
amount equal to tho former's income as
Old Lady Argus flnda fault with
"Dutch Gap" because "a good civil engin
eer" was not employed to superintend its
construction, which is equal to saying
that it was not properly constructed
But the old lady does not point out any of
its faults, Bad does not venture to suggest
in what way it might havo been differently
and better constructed. Besides this, tho
gap has proven entirely satisfactory in its
operation. It was tho means of ridding
the city of more than one half tho accum
ulated water in iust onc-tbird tho time it
would have taken the sewers to do it.
This is capable of mathematical
verification. But not only do these results
make" the old grandmother's objection
painfully pointless, not to say silly, but
even beforo it was known that tho results
would l)e what they havo been, tho plan
bore all the evidences of reasonableness
and prospective efl'ectivenecs. While it
may require a "shoe-maker" to make a pair
of shoes, it does not require "a good civil
engineer "to determiuo when there is a
lifferenee between the levels of two bodies
of water on either side of a twelve foot
embankment. While it may be necessary
that a man should be a good barber in
order to do a good job of hair cutting and
shaving, it does not require a man
of extraordinary common senso and of
years experience in civil engineering to
know that if the level of tho water on the
outer side of the said embaukmcnt is be
tween three and six feet below tho bottom
of that on the inner side, then, if tho em
bankment 13 cut, all the water in the latter
will rush into the former. While it may
require an experienced surgeon to properly
set a broken limb, it does not requiro a
iwtn of uncommon sense and judgment to
know that tho most direct and
unobstructed way out of a- basin
U the 'quickest way to drain the
water out of it. Now all these are self J
ev.dent propositions and they' present th
cose of the "Dutch Gap" exactly. Tho
river was between threo and six feet lower
than the bottom of tho water within; the
water inside the levees, to the depth of
six feet, Din all pass out and leavo the
ground diy; the water inside was not cut
off from the gap by several much used
thoroughfares, nor did it have" to pass
through a system of half clogged sewers of
various dimeusions and find its way out by
acicuitious route, as would have been tho
case had the gap been in Ohio levee.
To have drained the city by
a cut through Ohio levee at
Tenth street would have been danger
ous, more expensive and much less effectual
t!mn the Mississippi leveo cut has been.
These propositions aro also susceptible of
the strongest proof, as Tim' Bulletin may
tiiko occasion to show when more time and
space uro at command.
About the yearly interruption of river
traffic between Cairo and St. Louis the
(thief of the bureau of statistics of the
United States says in his last report: "Tho
injury as to the extent of tho influence of
the Mississippi over railway freights to tho
east involves to some extent tho question
of tho physical, economic and commercial
conditions which determine tho value of the
Mississippi as a commercial highway. This
value has greatly increased ty the comple
tion of the jetties at the mouth of tho river.
Before their construction it was with great
dilliculty that vessels drawing over sixteen
feet of water could cross the bar. Tho
depth of water is now twenty-nine feet, and
the largest ocean steamers can reach the
dock at New Orleans. Beforo tho com
pletion of tho jetties tho charges for tho
towage of vessels from tho Gulf of Mexico
to New Orleans were from $1 25 to $1 50
per registered ton; thess charges arc now
from fifty to sixty cents per ton, ami ma
terial reductions havo also been in ado iu
the rise of insurance on vessels and carges.
There is seldom any interruption
of navigation of tho river below
Cairo, 111., on account of ice, but between
Cairo and St. Louis such interruptions do
occur, to a greater or less extent, nearly
every winter. During tho last sixteen
years navigation has been suspended on
this account 484 days, the river being open
all winter during only four of these seasons
1808-01), l7;j-7 1, 1073 70, 1877 88.. The
longest interruption during that tlmo oc
curred lust winter, when tho river was
closed for seventy days, and tho shortest iu
the winter of 180D-7O. when navigation was
suspended only seven days. Tho Missis
sippi Is also at times affected by low water,
especially between St. Louis and Cairo
The enjoyment to thu full extent of the
advantages offered by the river requires tho
employment of steamboats and barges of
largo size, drawing, when loaded, at loust
eight foot. At times, however, the water
falls bo low that bouts can only bo loaded
to draw four feet, and tho actual cost of
transportation iu these vessels is said to be
nearly twice as great us when loaded to
eight feet. TIiobo interruptions to navlga-
Of Every Description, from the minutest article up to a
Youths or Gentleman's Complete Outfit. A large Assort
ment of STRAW HATS AND STIFF BIUMMED FEALT
HATS of the latent styles just received.
ADVANTAGES AVE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise we buy to supply tur numerous stores.
SECOND Wo have ample capital and uro prepared to buy cash don.
THIRD Wo are at all times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer
mm in nmnya uu uiu HMmillll.
Ki-iiuiuu minimi ucKei. a very uii'o viii'vim nun kt fj.ou, worm f Io.UU. A Very nob
iiv IJurl Killf f ivnil Sim ni iil 4 r.O u'nrth ill OOO Wi iln nnf onll ..,....l .... 1
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We want it distinctly understood that wo
that principle bv which a merchant can sell
has never yet been discovered. C uno and
TJETIKIXG from the CLOTHING BUSINESS ! ! !
After duo deliberation, we have determined to quit the
business and consequently offer to the Public our intiie
.STOCK OF CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS AND
HATS; witaout reserve,
AT COST ! AT COST ! ! FOR CASH ONLY I ! !
Yon cun save the Clot flier's usual 2o to 40 TER CENT,
profit by calling upon us.
We have a complete line of GENT'H, YOUTH'S, ROY'S
AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
Jobbers and others that wish
SPECI AL BARGAINS IN LOTS.
Will do well to give us a
Cases, ect., for sale.
Remember ! At
All those that are indebted to us please call and make a
settlement as wo aro desirous of closing out m soon as possible.
tion below St. Louis on account of jee and
ow water are, of course, detrimental to
commerce. The suspension of business at
St. Louis, however, never cause a complete
suspension of river traffic. At such times
shipments are lundo by rail from St. Louis
to Cairo, III., and to Rehnont, Mo., at
which points the merchandise is reshipped
on barges and steamers. The navigation
of the Mississippi and its consequent reg
ulating influence over rail rates has hi en,
and still is, more or less affected by the
prevalence or apprehension of yellow
fever at New Orleans, and sometimes
at intermediate points on the river."
These drawbacks to the proper utilization
of tho river as a regulator of through
freights can bo rcmovod. The improve
ment of the river will give a permanent
ten foot channel for boats and barges, and
tho effective work of the national and state
boards of health will remove tho Interrup
tion caused by epidemics. Tho govern
ment statistician pays a proper tribute to
tho jetties, and the facts ho states can not
Iks upset by any Cincinnati sophistry. The
exports from New Orleans last year
amounted in valuo to about fv'9,000,000.
This year thero is a large increaso and a
larger percentage of tho exports is made
up of western and northern products. The
amount of grain shipped by that route is
rapidly increasing, and the effect, Mr. Nim
ino believes, will bo a reduction of rates
on tho east and west trunk lines. This
will undoubtedly bo tho cuso wheu tho
Mississippi is properly improved.
Judgo (i. W. Young, of Marion, was at
Thu Halliday Sunday.
Mr. E. W. Green is able to attend to bus
iness again. Beyond some scars tho Bovero
scalding to which bo was lately subjected
has left no effects.
Mr. A. O. I'hclps and wife who wero
in Muscatine, Iowa, tho latter attending
tho sick-bed of her sister, returned Sun
day, after haying witnessed tho perform
ance of tho last sad rites over tho remains
of tho Bister, who died a few dayB ago.
Mrs. N. Linton, of Terre Haute, is in
tho city visiting some of her many friends.
Mrs. 1 VV. and Miss Fannie Rarclny re
turned Saturday lrom a long visit north.
Mr. L. D. Railey, brother-in-law of Mr.
H. H. Candee, arrived in the city a few
days ago and has taken a position in the
insurance ollico of tho latter.
In another column will be found tho
price list of Hulhcrt Brothers, St. Louis,
dealers in music and musical instruments
of all kinds, and any person in need of goods
in that lino cannot do better than correspond
with that old and popular firm.
v - - ""- 'ioi.ii tumn mi msg man cost.
make a small profit on evurvthinrr wn adi f.
iroods for less than cost, nn.l utiil ir,.., u
see our goods. You will riot be importuned
J . BUIIGIER & J3IIO,
AtlJalaco Clothino; Houso,
108 Commercial A venue.
call. Fixtures, Counters, Show
Co - t ! !
I. Fakxbakek & Co.
ftSovonth Htret and Commercial Avenue.
Thus. Fitchan, Bradford, Pa., writes: "I
enclose money for Spring Blossom, at I
said I would if it cured me. My dyspetiia
has vanished, with all its symptoms. Many
thanks; I shall never bn without it in the
houso. I'rico 50 cents, trial bottles 10
cents. P. G. Schuh, Airt.
His last Dose.
Said a sufferer from kidney troubles,
when asked to try Kidney-Wort. "I'll try
it but it will be my last done." The man
Hot well, and is now recommending tho
remedy to all.
i When derangement of tho stomach acts
upon the kidneys and liver bringing dis
ease and pain, Kidney-Wort is tho truo
remedy. It removes the cause and cures
the disease. Liquid (very concentrated) or
dry act equally efficiently. Am. Cultivator.
K LECTION JIKSUJLT.
VTm elected by a majority of ten tlinutand rotei
to bo the fluent Sc. cigar In the market.
WHS hEGULAK CAIHO AND TADUCAIl
1 DAILY PACKKT.
fitt US FOWIEIUii
HENRY K, TAYLOK Muster
Oi:0. JODES Clerk
Uavi Pdiich for Cairo daliy (fiundayi nxccpl
u rl) m H a.m. and Mound City at 1 p m. IUituru
I lie., L. ayes Cairo aH p. m. Mound. City ati&p. m.
fMlK A. B. SAFF0RD.
Dully packet botwouo Cairo and IVfouiid City Cp
lain Amllu Owuu, .
U-avui Cairo....- J-M A. M.
' .Mound City " "
Cairo m Nonn
" MumidCilv u
BtoamorHllvcrthorni H7 foot tun Kl hi 28 foot
Wra; 4 foot bold; 9 etiirlnoni . Scyl iiilrii 111 llichet
Haimtr j 4 foot atroke; nollr, 40 uctaea (lliimu.
tur, is rent Ioiib. Tti boat and wachluoryU In x
cullunt repair, and In Rood roiinln ordi r; nhe hua
full cabin and If uo of thu beat llnht drnuuht
boiila on the rtvor. For torma apply to, or addrona
W. J.Turner, tnaater, at Hickman, Konluekyi or
W. V. Umbdln, rlvor editor of Dally Bulletin,