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THE OAffiO STJLIiETEtST, AjPRIX, 9, 1870
- HEWS OF IHE HIT.
I'intiwrsi'AnMT.rockKT. . .
.mr colored eltliseii vote on .Miin-
flilieiniiin - little engine hn heeii I
nre three pauper In the lnllniinr
t in "",f hone.
n,. l'niiifl.v l'lonr ion liuir-lmrtclf
jy the r.cyiuiiiM .'him.
nTi' Tmvr i'i iittfMiilniict' iiCotir ptih
iK rive hundred nnil eighty iitl I.
I' A. Cmiings says ho is ileter-
,n In- irim'lm) of tlie public ehool
Jjtiili nn' going tit have their Usual
'i,stilntliin eereinonle t t ti Athe-
' Miiliony 1 bossing tin' laborer on
is hIK-, ntnl MeHnre i boing lhu
diiir n tliu streets..
ned not pay to tlia Struct Supor
wJ cnh us tho Street Tax. Tlmt
t In city scrip li nil lie enn demand,
lion, A C. KIsher, president of the
'lleati Club of Cairo, Inform u that
r nlioiit two hundred names on tho
crttiip roll of his chili.
v steamer Juno, Is now anchored op-
Ciilro in tin Mississippi river, mid
roprlctor advertises a enn-can per
nce. The Juno is little elso tlinn a
ng houo of 111 fume.
a Cairo Silver Cornet Hand will glvo
nic, on Mondny, May 2d. A steam
jvlll bo chartered for tliu purpose of
tyi!ig cltir.cns to tlio grounds. Tho
sof nil tin' schools of the city will be
od only tcii cents each.
lsrs. Power and Miller have manii
V(sl n ono-horso spring wagon for
I.atncr, which ho says Is a eplen
ib. He wns advised to go away from
Ity and have his work dono, but
lW hi good sene by staying at homo
Mtronir.itig a home institution.
ctriik Mockler got into n light the
t day with a son of widow (!1Honr it
tbout eleven years old, an4 was us
ed with a brick bat, which brought
tears than blood. If any lawyer feels
'beginning a libel suit based upon this
lie need not do so. hot lilm send
tU hill for his fee, and wo will pay It
m. Klilcrs, fashionable- boot and shoo
er, on twenty-fifth street, between
Miingtou Avenue and Poplar street,
'nrs to-day a ono of the Hullktin ad'
isert. Ho Is tho only boot maker in
fity who seems to understand that ad-
Ulnr. eintrllnititi in tlin afire pm nf ftnv
. . . i i
ne. ilo is ono oi l lie best mecuanics
ho city, and deserves lhu putrotiago of
HIITMi A1IHI. Al.Si.
Ht. .Nirhola. Hotel, April 7, IH70.
M slrti.L-lunil ftl. TjiiiL- .1 ii iiina
rge, do; S'm. Mlchal, Cincinnati, O;
.. V. Grcger, do; 51. (!. I). Taylor,
fgolla; .lu. Wilson, I'liiu; rmnn
, do; John Kves. Cait., (ilrareoii
C K. Ashley, mid lady, do; "W.E. Ford,
. atle Hock; V. llrown, do; (5. A. V-
Jin, mnl Lady, III; .1.0. Willis, M.-
lk; V. A. Foster 111 ; Clnis.Crollord,
Lou!.; It. F. .M. Kford, do; A. K.
'hard, City, T. A.Onler, Cadi!! Ky;
s A.Uiiler.do; F. S. Klent, City; T.
j Moiitugmi, 111; S. W, Kwing, Mattoon
.N tv J. Montagun, .Miss; J. C.
i ivciu, iDUuiiapoiu J mi ; jonn ii.
t ider mid on, Ark; John It. Murry,
atle Kock Ark; J, .S. Stewart, Chicago
I Janus llobcrtnou, Ky;T.. II. Ilarkast,
; John Wallace, Lincoln .Mich; Jaiiie
'cket, IlidlardCo. Kv; A. J. Anderson,
'mm! City 111 ; II. F. Heasly, St. Louis
i!.lilin LcL'L'i'l. New Orleans La: A.
k Webb, Colunibiis Ky; L. II. Harris,
dirvllle 0 ; W. 11. Cole, Columbia 0;
L tt..... ..t. 11... I L' 'n
h r inurt oi. .1111, i. i imiii;,
LldmiutiO; It. Uoeh, 111.
lf'outli. biy mid ChildrnV clothe!, at
h than New York prices, will be sold
wirk, at P. Nell'h, regartllii-s of cost.
fTheSt Nldiolu. Ililllard Hall is onv of
re hiri,'et and bet furnished in the conn
y. It 1 the roort of both cltlxens and
IL-uiip r. who ludulgi) In billiard play
yiiu St. Nicbola. Ililllard HhII U one
tho lurgot and best fiirnMied In the
tiintry. It ! the resort of both citizens
lid striiiigtr uho iudulgo in billiard
I They never tiro tliu eye. They lust
luny year without change. They are
rfeet in every particulars. They are
irrantcd not to break. Call on Tuber
roH our well known Jewelers, and asks
out them. u.".)lawliii
I The new supply of silk hats Just received
.Miller & .Miller is worthy of especial
Itention of gentlemen who wlh to pur-
In m anything in that line that is strictly
ihionublu and of flrt-clnM mauufacturu.
he supply embrace all rl.cn; and as to
rieu and ipiality sntitfactiou Is guar-
.Messrs. Miller and .Miller have Just re
vived an tmuaiially large, well assorted
hd strictly fashionablo supply of piece
ixds, to which they ak especial atten
lou. The lot embraces tho Jlnest cloths
lid cassimers ever brought to Cairo, and
keh u variety of stylos tltiit all tastes may
K accoinmodatod. Suits or garments
rom these goods uro mado to order in tlm
ft manner and latt'rt style, and at tig
ires tbut will defy competition. For
iroof of this they only ask to bo put on
rial. At all events cull around and seo
Jie new j-,ood. JatiSrdf.
A WORD IN TIME. .
A FACT CAM.KD TO THIS ATTEN
TION or TIIK COUNCIIi.
The Mayor 1 the executive olllcnr of tliti
city, and Is Sworn to execute. Its ordinal)
coi. He has no right, of hU own volition,
to put the city to any expense, and he bus
no right to confer authority of any kind
upon any man, unless ho is authorized by
the Council to do o. During the ln-t Il
eal yeur, the Council repealed the niillli
aiii'u authorizing the Mayor to appoint
spii'inl policemen; mnl when Mayor
Oberly wm h-);ii! to appoint it policcmuii
for the flliiiril' Central riillroml warehouse
without salary, boforo be could comply
with the request he win compelled to have
an ordinance paed authorizing the ap
pointment. Uut how I- It to-day?
Mayor Wilson, wh(i entered olllce with the
declaration thai a change in municipal
u tVn it Wii- tieecMry, ha deliberately nul
lified an ordinance of the city, not in the
interest of economy, but for tho purpose
of rewarding his claqucrs lit tliu cxpoii'eof
the city. Tho police ordinance now in
Skction. 1. Tlmt tho police force of the
city, from and -After the pussago of thin or
dlnanec, shall be constituted as follows
viz: A chief of police, who shall perform
such duties as may now or may hereafter
bo prescribed bv ordinance, and NOT
MOltK THAN 'FOUK FOLICK CON
STABLES, TIIRKK of whom hnll do duty
in the tiiyht-timr, nun QXK dttriiu thr day.
What was Mr. "Wilson's ncllon In regard
to tho pollco? As soon as ho took posc
slon of bis ofllec immediately after ho hnd
taken the oath to execute the above ordi
nance, ho appointed two day policemen;
and tho council, apparently anxious to show
bow accommodating thoy could be, con
firmed the appointment". Uut what more
did ho do? Ho appointed rncu night
policemen, threo of whom are acting with
out confirmation by tho council. Now,
this may bo all right, but wo fail to sco
that It Is. The ordinance
lays there shall bo nut more
than four police constables, mid tho
Mayor says thtru shall bo tix. Tho ordin
ance says, one pollco conttablo shall do
duty In the day time, and the Mayor says
two shall do duty in the daytime. If His
Honor maydo this act if ho is Justified In
disregarding the police ordinance, by what
ordinance can his will bo controlled? Is
he not abcoluto? (Tinier tho ordlnnnce,
tha four policemen cost tliu city $-'lOO per
month, but under Mayor Wilson's action
the city Is required to pay $450 per month,
and as ho does not propose to regnrd the or
dinance at all may be Increased to if 1000 or
any amount. If, without authority of law,
ho can appoint two policemen, ho can ap
point any greater number. To say tho
least of It, tho action of the Mayor Is u bad
precedent, and tho fact that tho council ac
quiesces without a murmur is strong evi
dence that Mr. Wilson is a man of strong
mind, with power to control men. We
would however suggest to the council, that
they could do all tho Mayor asks them to
do in h regular manner, by repealing tho
(li lt JMNITACTntlNO PROJECT.
The Committee on Manufacturing K
tabllsbments met yesterday afternoon to
bear a report from Councilman Harclay,
who has been in conference with Mr. Hum
ble, who, it was reported, had nbmnlnned
his intention of ctablihing a wagon and
agricultural implement manufactory in
this city. .Air. Harclay reports that tho
rumor Is not truu; that Mr. (iauiblo In
tends to locato in Cairo; and that he in
tend to put into operation a much larger
establishment than ho at first intended.
Certain men who care nothing fur the in
terests of tliu city endeavored to discourage
him, and dlxMiado him from accepting tliu
otl'ers which have been mado to him; but
their doleful outgivings had no effect on
his mind. It Is a lamuutablo fact, that In
Cairo is ,m element which looks with Jeal
ousy upon overy attempt that is mado to
bring prosperity to thu city. They croak
from tho beginning of theyear to the end,
and yet refuu to co-oporate with any per
son who attempts to Induce to locato in our
mid-t any enterprise that promise to bring
money and prosperity to tho city.
TIIK tVII.WtnilUT (jl'KKTIOX.
The refusal of the Hoard of Aldermen to
amend the bill for an ordinance, so a to
strike out $1,000 mid Insert $500 as the
liceuso of a wharf-boat, seems to linvo
determined tho proprietors to give the city
a contest at law. Mr. Hindu took out a
merchant's license yesterday for $10,. and
Is In for the light. Wo do not think the
Hoard of Alderman acted wUely in this
matter. Five hundred dollars without a
law suit, is Wtter than one thousand dol
lars with it lawsuit; but His Honor the
Mayor, has, possibly, fouiu lawyer friend
who Is in need of businexs, mid a law suit
will not, therefore, be tbt eaii-o of a great
deal of grief on his part.
MKKTIMO WITH HTITKKS.
Thu Itov. Mr. Strother Is circulating a
petition to obtain money for the purpose
of educating the colored children of the
city whofO parents cannot afford to pay for
their schooling, and wo are glad to my is
meeting with encouragement from all our
citizens. Mr. Strother is one of our lct
colored citizens, intelligent and gentle
manly, and the movement could not have
been started by any person mom cnpablo
of making it succcxsful.
mktiioiuht o,iutm:Ki.r mkkti.xi.
Tho third quarterly meeting of the
Methodist Episcopal Church will he held
in thu church of that denomination, in
this city, this evening, and during to-morrow,
Suuduy, 0th In.t. Tho public aro re
spectfully invited to attend. Seats free.
Itev. A. II. Morrison, the Presiding Elder,
will b present.
. TAKEN IN.
A t'rnroKKor (lltii llli Trunk Checks to tho
Profi"or IJurgex, mnl wife, of Knox
College, )aleburg, arrived in thecityhy
yesterday afternoon's train, with the in
tention of immediately taking the steamer
for Nashville, Teiuie-see.' At the depot,
lie handed bis trunk checks to two stran
gers who weru standing on tliu platform.
They did not niake their appearance on
the lmnt with the trunk-, nnd ,Mr. JJurgr
becftino alarmed, and applied for the servi
ces of the police to help him recover his
lol properly, Hi- application was suc
cessful. Ollicer Arnold who has bis
ee about him, had -ecu two rough
looking men take a large, heavy trunk
to Aunt ltachel's after dark, and thought
that men of their appearance had no hiisi-ne-
with a trunk of the dimensions of the
ono in question ; ami, alter Interrogating
tin in and atlsfylng himself that they were
thieves, put them uiiderarre-t and placed
them in Jail, and, In auwer to Mr. Iturge
request foraid, returned to him hi- trunk
Tho trunk and contents were valued at
$100. 'Squiro Dross held them to ball in
tho sum of f 1100.
TIIK STHKKT TAX.
Street Supervisor llyan is collecting the
threo dollars street-tax In money whenever
ho llnds a citizon green enough to be taken
in; nnd gives as hi excuse for the proceed
ing that all the money bu makes for his
labor Is tho small per rentage of twenty
conts and the margin between city scrip
and greenbacks. That Is to fay, citizens
pay to the city, by giving it to llyan tho
city's agent, tbrcu dollars cash, and lie
bund over to tho city three dollars scrip,
in this way taking from each citizen $1 20
cash, or the vahfe of ?2 scrip, more than
the citizen need pay, thus making liitu pay
live (Ullars scrip street tax iii-teail of three
dollars, two dollars and sixty edit-of which
llyan gets at hi percentage and thu mar
gin on the greenbacks. Then bo worka
curtain men on thu street, nnd i paid for
hia labor out of thu remaining $2 10.
Looking at thu matter in this way, thu
tax is minamed. it should not bu called
tho street tax, but a tax levied for1 the
especial benellt of an ofllcer called the
street supervisor. It may bo snld, that
any person who U foolMi enough to pay
money ought to lose it. Thi may bo true;
hut the question is, ought not an ollicer
who rrcelvei cash for the city pay cash to
thu city ? If thu blank receipts, and the
ttub', contained the word : "Scrip" or the
word : "('ash, ' the supervisor could not
impose upon citizens, and tho tax would
be made uniform. Hut then it is thu duty
of the council to seo that thu -Mayors
friends get paid for their services, mid
when the amount can be obtained from
thodcar people of course it is all right.
The XVth Amendment is working won
derful change, utnl our colored friends
are overy where a'-ertlng their equality
with the white man. An incident which
occurred In an np-town barber shop a tiny
or two ago will Ulu-trate till fact. The
barber a colored man wa shaving a
white man, when n colored gentleman en
tered tho door and took a seat. Sou after
an Irish fellow-citizen of ours, emiie in
nnd when the barber ta through
walked toward the chair. The olorcd
gentlemen got up, tapped the lri-h gentle
man on the shoulder, and said: "It I- my
turn next; I'm d d If I havn't stood
this thing long onongh. Tho A mendinentV
changed the biislne-, and a colored man's
J list a good as a ulilte man." He took
lhu chair, and l'at began to retreat out of
the door uon-plii-cd, hut In good order,
when the barber coolly remarked : "Uon't
go, sir; I'd it soon have a white man's
lllteen cents, a a colored uentlenian's.-'
So we go.
CAIIIO OUI'HV.N ASU.m.
Donations for .March, IrT'i: From Mrs.
Metcalf, one basket of.'apple; from Mrs.
W. II. Gilbert, a calico dress; from ICeoler
and Keiineston, fresh me.it emu overy
week; from Mr. Ilium, H yard of new
calico; from Master Willie Hulllday, u
ccond-haiid overcoat for u loy: from Mr.
A. II. Sall'ord, u good second-hank cooking
stove with furniture and fl.Murles mid new
flre-plnti'i from -Mr. C. W. Henderson,
thedrayage for the Mime, and arranging
tho stove at the Asylum; from .Mr. Can
doc, a package of '! do, old newspaper.
MHS. 11. H. CANDKK, Sce'y.
TIIK ( KI.KIIU ITIIIV.
The colored people have been holding
meetings every night for a week past
making preparations for therelebration of
thu ratification of the -XVth Amendment.
It i going to bu an nll'ulr gotten up re
gardless of expense or trouble, l.lurgar
writes at liU speech every evening three
hours, mid turns oil" live page of legal rap
evervhour. He will romiunico speaking
early in thu morning next Tuesday, and
thinks he may he able to get through by
midnight, if ho speaks very rapidly and Is
m: vim siv is i : on ".not a ivi:i "
Hut ask for PHALON'S V1TAI.IA or
SIjAVATION FOUTHKHAIK. Kvam
ine it, you will Hnd it ch ar ; shake it, you
will see that it has no sediment, apply it to
avur head, bl'iird, whUkers ormu-tiiehe, If
grey or grizzled, and the color they wore
before tbe.V faded will return to them
niK.U'KK AMI niKU'KII STII.I..
Aurora Oil can be had at forty cents n
gallon, and suitable burners given free of
charge, to tlio.e who will patronize Kwell
& Jacob, at No. H2, Ohio Levee.
The quarterly conference of Methodist
Episcopal church, will meet at tho Meth
odist parsonage, on Monday, April 11th,
at 0 o'clock, P. M.
fins. It. .1. HtKKn, presidium
Ma.. Ions ii. IIaioiiv, Clerk;
.1. V. Mi CiiiTNEt, I'nwi'iitliix Attorney.
I'l ltlny, l. M.
Louis Sheridan, who plead "not guilty"
to thu charge of larceny, wai brought up
for. trial. After hearing the ovlilcnee the
jury rendered their verdict a follow
"We, the Jury, Ii ml the defendant, I.oui
Sheridan, not guilty."
Snttmluy, A. Jl.
Jame Kgaii, plead guilty to charge of
larceny, and vas sentenced to 1! years hard
labor, the first week to be In solitary con
The remainder of the fornoon wa taken
up with the trial of Duiilap, colored, indict'
i d fora-saiilt to murder, in attempting to
break In the door of Corcoran' grocery,
mid striking at him with an Iron pnker,
The trial will probabK be' tllil-hed till
A new (iratid Jurj was called and will
be c iipminclcd at thu opening of court
i iirixii.i.n maws, i'. St, wiKOniMi.
George Williams and William Johnson,
for larceny of n trunk, were bound over to
court In tho sum of $000. Sent to Jail.
Patrick McAndrcw, nrrceted by Cain
and Powers charged with being drunk aad
disorderly, va fined $o and costs, which
Katu Hryan and Nancy Allen, Inmates
of n house of 111 fame, look change of vemio
to Slmnney's. Sheehan and Stout mado
Ann Hose, arreted bv Sheehan, mid
charged with keeping a houo of lll-fumo
win lined $25 mid cofv, and sent to the
county jail twenty days.
Frank .Miller' nnd Herman Willie
charged with passing a $." 00 counterfeit
hill, at the store of Goldstein & ltoscnwa
ter, were discharged. The nrre-t was
miidii by .Marshal Hambrle. I
V'nlb"! Meeting of tin Howl of Afilerrnen.
Cairo III'., April (ill ls'n.
Pre-ent Alileriueii Fitzgerald, Kleh,
Lohr, Loiiergan, McKee, Mendel and
The chair stated that thu object of the
meetlui; vn to adopt Jr reject mi ordin
ance, upon its eeori(t re.tilini: in tins
Hoard, In regard to wharf-hunt Ho use,
which wa presented and read. Where
upon, Alderman MeKee moved to amend
the ordinaiieu by striking out thu word
'One Thousand" ami Inserting thu words
"Fivo Hundred," which motion wa lott.
A motion wa then made to adopt thu
ordinance a read. Curried bv tho follow
ing vote, viz.
A vcs Fitzgerald, Kleh, Lohr, Loner-
gon, .Mendel, Winter ti.
Nays MrKee 1.
The Hoard then adjourned.
JOHN UK OWN,
There I trouble lu the cabinet of Mnvor
Wll-on. We understand that hi Secre
tary of State 1 displeased with hl admin
istration, and propo-es to withdraw. He
want law ult. and thu .Mayor has Wen
in olllcit a month without having one com
menced. Wk call the attention of thoo model' of
economy, Councilman Arler ami Alder
man Winter to the fact that thu .Mayor ha
appointed two policemen morn than thu
ordinance allows, thus increasing, without
authority, the monthly oxpefi-y of the
Tlie Hevereiid Mr. Conn, Hector of the
Church of thu Itedeumer, ha arrived In
I lie city, mid will enter upon his ministra
tion to-morrow morning.
Ono hundred half-barrel ofCholro Fam
ily Flour, suitable for tho trade, for sale at
the Egyptian Mill.
fldll .Mile. ('l)llllllliMs MlllTcy, I'I -lli-all
Italtle, J'illslilirK 1'iiriiclie, .NVw Orlran
AmX, iii II .llics, In
(irii.Weiini'l, 1'ill-l.iir' Mliim-oia, Mf-nielil
l Wntt, Tellll rui r llelle !l l.'Mlls, (III
iplii kti'i, i:ruaiille l.iuat'leii, NiulinM
Mlur Jlonii, t.'iin'iiiD.itl,
I ihii Aide, ('iilunitiiia
Au.V. .Nell (Irliiili-
llelle Hi I 1 1 -, . t l.nul
II Wutt.. .in
II Ames, ili Ifruylioinel, I'ltislxiri;
li illic, i-iiia iiirj.
Miiiticulii, Cincinnati hilviT.Muun, Mciiijilns
The weather continues mult, although
thu clouds do not send down any quantity
of rain, yet there seems to bo ii consider
able perspiration among them, mid thu
moisture falls generally llku a heavy dew
Some poetical fellow oneo described rain
as tear-drops wept by the clouds. Having
this simile lu view, wo should say tho clouds
are crying "very eay" thl mourning.
I lie river lias oiuy risen inree inciies
since hot report, mnl will probably bo
Tho M-siippi is about stationary at
SI. !.otil and above. A rise of some mag
nitude Is reported coining down thu .Mis
souri, mid thu river I bank full at
The Ohio is falling at Pitt.btirg with
nine feet water in thu channel; it is alo
falling at Louisville, with twenty feet
water in the chuto over the falls.
The Cumberland is rising rapidly, with 13
feet water on Hnrpeth Shoal.
limine here ccntinues moderate at our
The M. J. Wicks has been delayed
beyond the timu expected, mid has
consequently received a full load, to tho
great delight of her owner, while other
boat have passed down with slim trips.
The Quickstep brought 100 hales hay and
considerable assorted freight for rcshipinent
The Lum-den brought out 150 hhds to
bacco and a lot )f sundrie for Now Or
leans, which she reshipped on the Wicks,
and 270 pkgs cedar ware, 127 bars and
bundles Iron for St. Louis, which wa re
shlpped tut the Hello St. Loul.
The Cornelia reshlpped heru 2. hhds
sugar, l!lo bundles Moid, Ho pkgs hide and
sundries for Chicago.
Tlie Haltlcand Greyhound brought iou
of roal for Cairo, a portion of which will
betoweil to St. Louis by other boat.
The line low pieure City of EvaiMvllle
is thu regular packet for EvanvHlo this
The Mllbrey I the dally Paducah
The Hello .Memphis Is the regular packet
for Memphis to-day.
dipt. Cha. T. Hiiide I agent for fho
The Itichmoinl has been iclieved from
her peril by the Thoinpon Dean, His
marck and Salvor No. 2, and genu back to
St. Louis for repair, It I probable thu
Hlsmarek will carry her freight to New
A flit of letters retiinlai tiK tinclalnieil la Ilio
Jiost eftire nt Cairo, 1 11 f !, nil KitiihlKy, April
unit.' i it.
ll.i-wi'll, nil- A
Hell, inrs i:
Hell, ml-. Mury
Hit iicii in , ml s
fiicksiui, oils. M
Dn hols, ml M A
I 1 1 (no re, mr J I.
lliilcliln(Hi, inrs I'
Jenkins, inrs V. II
l.ivu rcti''!', mU- otlllii
Ileek, nir K
Hurry, nils M:irj
lliircy, inrs M K
Ciilciuiiii, ml-s I'lnrriiie
lnniii'l, rnr Jennj
Kiiiinl, inrs N
liooclmmi, inrs Jnne
Ili'k'uAtty, mr Joint
Kllson, ml Anne
Milliinl, iiiIsk Jii.ii. 31
l:oUTt. mi I, J
Mnj nri.i, inn . .-i 1 1-
.iy, mis si
orxm m" i.iT.
Allen, I Inrrv
I leek Uli, i;
llHlrln-lMi, C V
llrimn, Win W
Hymn, It C
lUker, 1 I-"
llo)il, K W
(:nnt, Allen A llnrr
I My. (ico A
(lili.ull, T A Co
Harris, T II
Heller, II .M
lliili'lilnson, A I.
Lunutree, Julia .M
Miller, J. M
.MiitlisM.iin. II N
Miller, -M M
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Ilolilnsoll, I, I,
Sneeni'T, J K
VMiiilennnrk, Snlm M
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Unit in, IVlcr
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l.otr, M ,
MeOrmry. Js II
Mm li ri. VA
I'll till p . S K
Ityiui, .M J
-ti'Vi'as, .i T
Willntin., J K
Win for, J
I'itsoim rlln fi.r nny of llie hImiic i-Ui i
will I'lc.'uc say "inltertisiil li'lii r "
J. M. ; It A II AM. 1'. M.
Tn Ri'tlte unguis, a liirite Ili lJ mhI liln-ral term.
."ml for list nf New Hook ttuli fircnlnri mnl
lenns to liKO. W IIIKii;ili,
n rtsllin 16 liiilinril llliick,Cliirni;i.
BOOT 1HD SHOE MAKER
TWKNT V-FI KST STH Kl'.T,
Itelvtreii Washlnu'ton Aw Sc Poplar St.
Iloolsi mnl Hhnf .MkiIi' In Order. I'lnol
Pal milage Solicited.
ii" i'- i hi iti i n i'i".- i-ti ni ui" .'
ftiMatioii it) ,Mt)UH'l 1 ity, IltiiiU.s., nu
ti...-.. ill i. ..i.i ii. .i.i.,. i...t. .. v.
Wednesday, April 13, 70
At 10 o'clock II III., tlie r.illowmL' arlli-le U l,.iuf.
inni uie i-.iy i'i'ariinuiii in me i'.m, avy, 111
"i l.l.ls i'.irki JI1 His 1'rKnerwil Mr:il: r.'. Il,
Irie'l Appli's'. il?:ili stn,':ir; M'lllis lenj '.TI Hi
'lire. .Ill iriilldim iniiliisi': V.'M L'lillona vini'iriir:
jii li ici'Hti'i piitaliH'.; (ril II.. iitiiille miJ
i hi'tsfltwiirn esinie (Ilii'i.lHpliIc. )
Olot lxlxi K J
Miih l lntll rollliil Juckl ls. Ml nr lilue rlntli
IruilMer! JII eiintiisM ilnek lruner: !iiu l(iiriiHi..v
elieclliiK frni'ksi M ril Mile llmincl; :i'm yil lilne
Nniikint Tol prseull shoe, :irt prs kip sl.oe, '.'17
en.irse l.iit', s l.r vtnolfll eoel.lii ii lililt'k silk
liiiii'lkdcliier hum lisisirHH nuts,
111 li Im'i'shiixj lit! tlimiilt 'J.VI piri'iiliai
rilsia; llsJ pleve Inpej (U ionU enltinii i'M
nittim liiinilkercliii'i'si 'j; pupi-i-K ini'iiii'-i J7I
Jix li kiiHi si 'Hi prsoinr; ai rnzor, I'.asliuv
ins lirisn; sill I'tiki's kliatini; onp; .'r.7 .rrnli
lrnsii'i VII kIiiiii lirilliesi 'Jo'ibIiisi lirnoiil! I'll
iiiirrn ii. r. niiiiiiii, ti nun ennui. .Mi en.
eoinlis; 7.1 tin puns, 7:i:i piiiiis, I.'..' Intks; Si
"n,i.-, in. "u-, -"'in, ... iiiikh, ..rilll
npi ners; 711 Imllle iini-l.inl, Ti't Uitllc. tieiiiH-r.
Ullis Hi-Hinti'llk, liililiiil.li'; '.hi razor slropi'ili
s-1 1 r v 1 1 1 ir luiscs, '.i7 iloz cnle Imttniis, lursei !(
iln i utile liiiltiin, in.-' 1 1 II in; lis; inz cn!(. Imlliui.
siniill,; .'7:1 forks ami 1 sinll iron elu-st
'J IIIIMS Citali on ilay nf tie. Artii les lo I
reinnveil uitliont ilolny,
lit ui'ilt r of the CoiiiniNiuliiiit,
I.. A. THAII.r.V,
. , . I'liyinaster I'. H X,
D.ileil ( .Mniin.l City, III., March a.;, Is;u.
A'l,-M,,,T- r,r" Altnrncy.at.Uu-, corner
'Jtvcllth ami Wushinijlnii Avumie.
AI.I.K.V, M'Klill A IIIITI.KK, Atlnrnev
s.it.f.a-, corner lllettnlh ami CoiiiiihtcIbI.
H A It CI, AY 1IIION.. Wlmlcsalo ami retail
ilealerH ill Iirni;., .Mediuini e, tie., -No. 71
?Yl.i:. t'OIIM'.l.llN, Tailor, no Com
BAXH, FIIINT XATIOXAI,, C. N iluliu
Cashier, Dill" Lmee.
BAXH.t'lTY XATIOVAI., A. P. Hsll'tinl,
Csnhier, (lino l.cvee.
CAIII'I TH.lNM I'll
m. i he
CAIRO TRANSFER CO
.fi' -it .- "i tm
THROUGH BILLS LADING
(hen (n nil Awtllnhe Points,
BY RAIL OR BY WATER
St Louis, Cairo & New
Orleans Packet Co.
"TKA M Kit
IIISI.M.OtCK i;STU!KKN. Msst .
1. 1 7.7.11: (J 1 1.1. I'M.ll. Mit.lrr,
COM.MOXWKAI.TII Oi.Si.V. Mii.lir.
(UtKAT ItKrUUMC. A.S i.l OK. MhIi-i
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Coinprisiim nil Ihr r)r.-t mnl Itrci sl Nmt mil nl
I ir .V ilrlmti T .r M-mnrr
Will Imte Mn.MlW
eonnwlmi! l ,Vi Orlei..'Hill.i IVrnli l.llii- nf
Mi-nil I'M lo
LI vi-rpniil, .Vrw Voris. Ilosliiii, nnil Oml
i r.loii, Trist,
rAS'i'tisr nail ."hipin-i mIj "ii "n "l ttie-t
i.nt. tent im (. H.ru iiin-tntlly H'-.ir.
CIIAsj T. fllMiK.
,i lienrral iis-ut, Uim
' Ortir. no V, lmrfl"tt. I'nM- l.sn.liru'.
Memphis and St. Louis
: lH7iK : IN7- i
Tlin fiillnwiiit; IUt-' unipr -e llo l.inn.l i
run la llie f..llovt .r.i; i-r-ler .
.Write t Cmro, Ainti-alCoiru
SHU.KST ions Tui-iUy, A.tr turilyl . m
..tfl.r, M..UT., ,
CITTOKCAIIIO, Thiir.ay6 iv Mnitl.).! .m
Hi.1.1.'. xsMrai S's'.nr'ls.r, Al'.n I Hiiir., I ,m
t lab. SJa.ui.
'Amie at (into trit m I ira
llOItt. HOWS. if.
.MAH1I1.K CITV, i:vrry alter- Ktry alter.
, Mk-I.'I , ll(e .-Hil l -y, imle Mllnttt),
I.C.MI.S'.MIV, all a.m. til a.m.
Ciillatmn, Mn-'i r ,
nrerrslts-M 1 Krery ultr
nsl w. ilni-- lnm' Wilni -llj),
hi 1 h ill, n t, . I H in.
Cnutiei'liiiiriit,'i lyni's wi'li
Knrllirril l.llli- I'nrUil Coinpmi),
Krnkiik I'arkrl t'iiiiiiaii-,
Omaha I'aclrrl oininiif,
n 1 Varlnu Itiilli nnil l.lnra
At M'mpli vr lit
.llrinplil mnl Wlillr lllvrr I'arkrf Co.,
Arbnitaaa lllvrr I'atUil ('iiipaiiy,
.srinilil anil CliKrlrliin It. H,,
n t lll.liil A. Triiurair It. It.
Al Virksl.iirir vi.tti
Yaziio lllvrr I'nrkrli, mnl
VlrlislmrK nnil .'It-i IiIImii Itnllrnait
(liTinr lliri.iiali I'. IN l'ln-cl"i In ki'U lo Jl al.
Mil. po.nt l.y r I or r rr
(HAS. T HIMH:. llfinrnl A.enl.
i nil. on Wiuii Ut.t.
Sii SUA V.V, T.' krtar.l '4si-nvet Atii nt
Nashville and Cairo
, !r ' . Conslstlni; ot tho followlne
t,'-ii. "" SileniliJ jmiM iier ftcamurs:
is.THfi.Vfi lultr Cirri.
I.tmi'i i:ti ry .llnnilii)- ni I I. M.
IIA1I.MON M..iri irterk
l.nttes l.irj 'I'll iirsilit)' ni I !, ,
fAVH MhsIitI Her.
I.i h-sj l.vi ry SiiiIiii ilv' nl 1 I. H.
Tlirniich Hills I.iuIIiik' d'hen Via. Nusli
ville mnl Cairo I'ncLi'ts and
"(.'rei n Line"
To Xnsli. Ille, S'halliiiiooun, Trim.) A I-
inniH, iiiiiiiiiiiim, jiiiutr, nndi, rh
(ulne. Vtsil I'oliil. (.eiirurlowii, Mil
ldlKlllr lilt,; Klllmilii, Ala,; .fuii.
Kiiiiii ry, . ln. i S'liai lrsiliiii, S. CiNi'lina,
Alu.i SnHIIHlti SiK.l ) llllllliWlOM. X. '.t
t'lllllllllllll, .S, l' li,
I i. Ml. MM.,
Agvni Ht t'ulro.
Memphis and Cincinnati
tllV JO.NKM, IWt. ISAM .1. IIAI.K, l-ee'y.
l'iiiup.fi nf tlm fiuiiiK first
Al.U'i: IIIM.V John .sunk, .Mu.li r
itoil'T III l: as 1-ri.iik Htino '
.iii..m:oi.a w. ii..mi1Iit
SII.YKIl .TIOO.N Hill .M. .Hi-rrK'las '
NAM J. IIAI.i: W. 1'. M'allier
fine of Ihoahote Hiilemliil Mourners Irntn (.'mn.
fiir Mcinlilils el en Tiie.iliiv hiuI Mininliir. mnl
for Cincinnati etery rmlny ami Mitiirilar,
tvllAn. 4 lll.si'r.. riKl-lll, cairu, IIJ,
lltliee rn WlmrMifiat.
Evansville and Cairo
f5T,.. Consistintr of tho followlnir
rj-.5tF' Splenillil l'assenger .Steamers
DUSOUCIIKT Master FUWIiKH CerW
l.este Cairn Hiimlsy and Thursday t S 11
DK.XfKU Matter fiHAMMKIt ..Clerk:
i.i Hti s i xirii Tiieanny una i-rnuy ai iii. in,
n a r ii n T