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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, APRIL 1.1, 1.870.
NEWS OF IBS CI!?.
j, Axsotivn: Ji'stihk Marciiii.iio.n Is in
o city, lii-'lnij cnlltil liitlior by county
jj r.LDKit MomttsoK ilullvoroil n very nlilc
nil linre"lvi- ernnm in Ilia M. K. I'liuri'li
"i-it-nlay. ... t J 1
Hlorfiiftii in tin Clnirclt of tnc-Kfilt't'inor
1 ft.,nl:ty. Ho is ioki'ti ill" n :in alilo
ontlomnn and pnnnliifj spcaki'i'.
"I Thk mit'ic of tin' lute, i!ynil.or Imrp.
lininl liKt swi'Ptor tlmn that fivrii otiti
tli-' buy hmiiiil'r. tlmt ola'tinr ntyny
JIip Hrr-lonj ilny, in Howl A Mann's tmi1ir
,ifil Tlif "iinK-Ktns: bird" i-nut "i'ir
uu Ktafii'i' i '
!' Tlu' ! M ii tin Hillfiiril Hull in oim of
, In- larp't Mini l'i"t ftirnUlirti in tliocoim
irv. It i III" ri-mrtof both citir.i'riH nnti
fctrftinrrr who IimIuIlio ,1m lillllnnl ily
Tut government tiii: will leave Cnlro, nt
v o clock on vt cuni!siiny morning noxi, lor
j .Mound City, to ucrommoilnto suoli pnrtlos
inny wish to attend thu snlo of nnvnl
'Uore, mlrortUttl in nnotlior part of this
tjiaui'r. Tho lug will return liiuiieillnte.ly
, .ipon the coneluslon of thu snlo.
Thetiew supply of nil k lints Just received
jbv Miller tfc Miller Is worthy of i-speclnl
i .. i.i. ...
Mu'luloii 01 geiiiii'ineii won wi.n iti juir
lme anything in tlmt linn tlmt Is strletly
7V,n1iliiniili1n nnd of flrst-c1ns manufacture
'trim supply i-inbrncos all stans; and as to
i rlco nnd quality satisfaction Is guar
i Mil-. A. LaniJj Tonth street, between
Washington And Wnlnut, offeri special
v Attractions hi tlm lino of mllllnury nnd
ifuncv goods. Having made extensive pur
chases since tho deolino in gold, oho ii cn
'i alilod to tiffer rnro inducement?, ns well in
tctli( mutter of prices ns in that of stylo una
rk Tiik presence, of a wild duck in tlm slpo
i wntor in tho rear of tho Antrim home,
uyesterdny forenoon, attracted considerable
battontlon. It maintained iU position do-
v snlto a shower of missiles from the boys on
'b'hori', during an Interval of hour. It wa
ulthern badly bewildered or n very dstor-
J Tiik Flora Harden was opened yester
)lay, and, during the afternoon hour, was
'"Visited by u large number of cltizons. A
ilhtimip of mibntiintial and ornamental tm-
i. . . . i i ...i
Mvci'ptfltion shall havo ntlvancca n few
jlweeks more, the Harden will rival tho
famcd Allmmbra. Tho proprietor rigidly
liexcludos all Improper characters.
i. jftWo Eighth, ban a Hock ot miliumry
umd fmicv goods, ribbon, flowers, trim-
milnei. etc.. eiiual to tho demands of
rrLho country and times. Not to bo behind
th'-r eompoMtorn, sho Is ri-celving fnsli
'.chkIj every week, nnd It Is generally con
ietled tlmt she not only displays oxcellunt
,tat In bur election, but bujii at low
mrices and gives her patrons a lnriju bnrn
i jf tin- biiriHln 'ho obtain.
We regret to learn that Mnyir WiUon,
, A while pning over tho tleek f a barge, nt
JliJCaelio rlveri yesterday, tripjit-d and fell
thmush the hati-hway, a di.tmno'f ls or
J ij-luht foct, receiving i-ovenil hovith cut
i mid lrul-fs. Ho wa- eonvcyeil to Ml rel-
llUlNicu, III till elty, Wllem lie now lit", e
inVioii.ly though nt fatally wounded. I'm-(.tlJ.-tl
of a great deal of ret uperatlv.! vl
YttlliViu IioIh, we hope t blni In the
line of duty again In a few dny
Tin: examination the ,lae Tn inu!o
)'1;iit the Conservatory, will begin on T
s'lnlity evening at " o'rloek. FriemU of
i. until will lnitirioiitftl with tieketx. The
fiiuinber of vhittiM will Ikj limited each
fyvtiiitig, o tlmt all can Imi providi-tl with
(seat. Tlie musical entertniniiieiit will
j.b..tion Friday evening with a grand con-
. t ,..1.1.1. .1 ..III 1 ..I..,.,!
if t The next term of the mervittiry will
-IIk-Iii on Monday, April lHth, and eon
T Hiiiiie in week-. Tuition $ 00, in ml.
1 b,...., anltdt.
.liu Kuan one of uuiiiIht who left town
. l . . i lI !.! If......
yctentuy, umter enargo oi miurtii Mjvtr,
V... Ta., wiiiln iMiurtl in? t io earn a ne-
I f 1.,. ..f.i.iilU tillil tlWltiA)44i V
mid. but for thu fact that
.MllianiH MW..I" i 1
mo was enaineu in n ivnwn , ....
'would miidu an lndlerlmlnoto onlain;ht
. . - ....!.... it
Tl.iwm t iuti neks. .After ciuoring um i nr
.. Ink tt'lta A T f 'klitl 1 1 1 1 I' I V NUIIILUII'llVi ""
. if....i.. n iia ittui iL'finimi
ff i i ...i.. iliku'n Imi dlinrtflT
r. ii ver iiuu in urittt ! . - -j
kff 1.1 1.1 ..ciiu .Mir.lltlsilva U'UV UUUlll
K 'n n.i ..h.l.Miiimii .1 im WRi
' i(iulitid 1 Into tx M'uti wher Ho nmnini
lYluito iu docile u "3iury mw iuuw.
F Tin: n.ombvr of thu Cairo Sllvur Cornet
tn. ... 1 il. .1-
iiifliiu neu, nuu sw - -
(Im . x. i r...ii,ol.,iiw.n nf tKli nlilni't thnv
lift. i f ri.l,.iuL.t Avrtiimn unit
Hill L IV nnnt"' "
Tilt; I'urn "ii v
L1 I .irt II f(n TIIHI. 1L Will UU H
-L'n,iul atlair. The fact that tho mem-
. f-r . . . i if t 1.. t... -.1 !.
II LlUUIUIItVV w -
",rfalr (and Heaven will bo sure to smile upon
iilllW tUHUiliiWIs ! '
IIU U1VI If Jiitssisw v. 1
JVHIWUIJ k v -jw". '
rJ i it nun ill. iliVlf'l'.
JIVIIIIIB 1 1 w f mijivi w
r,lV. tho caro of teething children. Head the
'""advertisement of Mr.. "Wblteomb's Syrup
in another column.
OFF FOR JOLIET.
Mollrj (Iroup of t'rlmlnsl.
At liat two hundred men, women ami
cliililri'ii, blnok nnd white, gathered at the
Inlerxectioii of Twentieth nnd l.evee streets
yeit'rdny al'lttrnooiij to sett the priaouyrs,
convicted during thu present term of the
elreuit court, "otr for .loliot.1' Tlm pris
ouero foi iued a motley group, varied in
form, feature, apparel, ilkpo-itimi, eolor,
age anil degreeit of hartl-liearti!ilnt. l.vail
Inglhiuoliimn wns Hobt, T. Uowiunii, a
lull, rfpiu'tvihly dres'i'd iiidlviiliin), about
.Ml years of ngV. "lie" had been ennvleteil
Yil' a il'poinn to hovej ,n bogus .f 100
cheek, of obtaining good- under fa bo pri
ti'iiet. ami Mlllilry other eiime, out of
keeping with hi rc-pi-Wit ble appenriiiu'e.
lie wa going up for live year-, and the
rophitc -bowi-r of tenr shed tititled
inni t,7iiifbiili'ly 'Hint he'illiln t like it.
Miit'mel'-'l. "inn ami leix' with Howiiimi,
'i wmipTi nnd pitol tn wlih-h he cmilii
not prove ii very elear title, wa going up
for three year. He was not an ill-looking
li in ti , but be surveyed thu prmpect ahead
of him with decided composure.
George K. "Williams confiscated n trav
eler's trunk a few days ago, nnd was hold
to answer beforo ho had time to enjoy or
dispose of its contents. Ho was a conscience-seared
looking Individual, nnd will
no doubt Im "hull fellow well met" with
thoo who have gono beforo him.
John E. Towers and Joseph Marsh were
linked together alike In crlmo nnd chains.
Thoyhnd stolen a packngo of merchandise
from tho offlco of tho Adams Express com
pany, but foiled to show themselves ex
perts In the matter of hiding. Hard look
ing cases are. they, both of them, and emi
nently deserving of the penalty they have
Jim Egan had eutored the pica of guilty
to a charge of larceny, nnd wns going up
for two years. Jim declared that he did
not commit tho larceny, but nsumed the
responsibility to save tho real culprit, who
Is a man of family. Generous, self-sacrificing
Jim n very Pythias.
Matthew Johnson, nmnn of color, stolen
mule, and was going up for four years.
Julius lloblnson, colored, had lived in a
state of open lewdness ond fombtatlon with
a whtto woman, and was booked for a term
of '10 days a mcro pleasure trip.
Sam Boland, colored, stole Mat John
sou's overcoat. Mat testified that tho coat
was really worth !0,hut In order that Ho
land might not grumblo at tho price ho
would put it nt As thU sum, to a
cent, made tho offenco grand larceny, Sam
uel went for twelvemonths.
And last, on one leg, camo John South
ard, awhlto man. Ho had stolen a large
lot of iron from the docks and converted
it Into cash. Being clearly convicted of
the theft, ho was glvon threo years.
.Shcrirl' Myers, agisted by Nick Willi urn
had the prisoners iueharge,
CHH.W KIMMXU (iOOIIS AT IIKILUItOX A
Messrs. Hellbron & Well fully under
standing tho wants of this market, have
stocked, their establishment with a full
supply of staplo and fancy dry goods, em
bracing all tho latest and mont fashionable
stylo of dress good, lawns, linens, prints,
etc., that havo been introduced Into the
Knstern market. Thoy have also laid in
notion, holury, gloves, trimmings, gentK
clothing and underwear, that will be found
entirely fresh and seasonable; and as
to price, thoy defy eompotitinn. They
iHiught low, nnd are determined that no
one hhall undorroll them, on nny pretext
whatever. Thev are hero to stay nnd to
do a legitimate buInes, but havo neeured
advantages in purcbaing that plneo it
within their power to compete with tho
heapet, i t successfully. Call and seo
them, on Commercial avenue, near tlm
corner of Klghtb street, and they will fur
nish convincing evidence that, in this
hitiiii's, they mean prccbely what they
I'H'K OI'T YOVIt ('HOICK.
The undersigned will sell his clock of
cowers, for rash, cheaper than anybody
Ube In town. Tho bnt perpetuol ro-e
all of which are in large pots; rost you
cannot buy at nny nursery for lew. than
60 and 7&cts. a piece, 1 will sell for 155 to
f0 cts., verbenas by the dozen, from 75 to
$1 23;pansies, by the tlor.en, at 11 00,
single geraniums, from .' to 25 cts. u piece,
double geranium, from 40 to "1 rt.,
ptilargniums, from 10 to 'J5 cts., tropaoll
mm and trltomas, at 'J.'i cts., cupheas,
double petunat, sweet-scented geraniums,
chrysanthemum, feverfews, rlnernrie,
etc., etc., at 10 to 15 cts. a piece, anmryllls
forninssissiiua, a splendid flower when
blooming, all ready started in largo pots,
at 50 cts. a piece. Come and seo I
A MAN 1)178 JAEOKKL. tf
Fifteenth Ktr. but. AValnut and Cedar.
IIIUVT I.IKK IT.
Tlm programme that Is to control tho
colored folk celebration to-morrow doesn't
suit the ltev. Thomas J. Shores, In this
that It 'declare: that thoso who intend to,
participate shall meet at the various
churches of the city utthe hour of 10
o'clock A. M. Tho llev. Thomas could
Interpret the A. M. to mean nothing moro
nor less than African Methodist, and ho
being a shining light In tho African
Baptltt church, was unwilling that the
A. M's should monopollr.0 the glory tlmt
might grow out of tho demonstration. He
therefore suggested that tho programme
should be so amended as to read "at tho
hour of 10 o'clock A. M. and A. H. This
would embrace his church, and quiet his
Kvcrybody uses Wizard Oil, and Bar
clay Bros, sell It cheap for cash. Fat
ronlno home Institutions. Buy from th
Hon. Ii. .1. IIakkh, relillnH
Mil .l..tl S (, II Mill is, cloi'ij
J. I". Mi't'jtiifM.t, I'rinei'illlliK AtturiU'V.
Montln)-, A. At.
Taylor ami Par-ons v. Mary K. Ko,
ct als. Hill for Vendor's I. ien. Amount
found ittie $1,109 IVS and decree a per bill.
Taylor ami l'ar-on vs. Tliotua Foler, et
al. Kill, for Vendor';, l.i-tu. Deen-K for
I 8 1 17 anil for alo of pivmisi-.
Taylor and JVrMUi v. ('Iiiirliis.Segoet al,
Hill for Vendor Loin, Utile to answer
extended until meeting of ronrt to-morrow
Taylor mid l.'aruus vs. George W. Me
Kenale et al. Hill for Veil lor' L.-lu. De
cree for .''4;i 4" and fur ale of pretnii'S.
A. F. Hulloi'licn; v. Jame Cloniiu et al.
Hill in et niiln ilci'il, etc. Itulc upon
ilcl'i'iitl'.iiu lintl'y t'Vteniled until Friday
Thu 1'rople v., I-iiIk'IIii Ilii-tt a, Dl-or-derlyconduct.
Nulla prosequi entered.
The People, etc., v.. Johua Kendall and
Marthla K. Beck. Adultery. Jury and
verdict not guilty.
Court then adjourned until this afternoon
nt 'J o'clock.
TIIK I'KtiKIIIUTION TO-JtOltltlUV.
Tho colored population will join to
morrow Ii testifying their pleasure over
the ratiflcation of the XVth Amendment.
Tho evidence will bo seen in iroceioiis,
orations, music, and tho sound of ennnou.
Men, women and children, so combined as
to produce the bel possible c tied, will Join
the procession, some of them representing
tho trades nnd professions, other In tlm
regalia of secret charitable orgaui.ations,
and other a societies, school, etc. Thirty
seven young ladles, representing the sev
eral State and the Goddess of Liberty,
tilling n decorated car, will head the line,
and that all may see what the colored folks
can do In this behalf, tho column will
move through alt the principal streets of
tho city. The indications aro that the
turn-out will bo a very large one.
OIllllIK OK Til K I'UOCK'SKI.V.
1 Marshal of tho tiny, J. Lindsay;
'- Phccnlx Urass Blind;
3 Chariot containing 30 young bulb's
representing the Slate ;
4 F. B. S. of America ;
r, V. B. of F.B.;
C Lincoln liiidgo No. 6 Fraternity ;
7 Band of Muic;
8 Hepiibllcan Club:
10 The Sabbath Schools.
SI. Nicholas Hold, A.rlllO,ISTO.
W. II. Heeves, Mo; J. J. Won, J ml; S.
Quln, 111; B. F. Echols, city; W. Dellolt,
St. Louis; A. ( V. Biclitnond, do; J.
l'ett, .Mobile, Ala; Timothy Hall, An,
trallia; .lo-eph Kay, Ky; CliarleiS. Hay,
tin; AV. H. Fanghan, Shawneetown, 111;
Colonel .lames ., Cranllcld, do; Louis
Thornegan, St. Loui, Mo; J. Friendly,
Ky; M.O'Gramor, city; J. Holl'mmi, .Mo;
Nr. K. A. Wclllsnnd family, do; W. M.
Mnson, Cicinuati, Ohio; J. A. Jones, Ky
J. B. Hi H, Hlandvllle, Ky; J. 1). Gutiii,
MopW. Heves, do; S. L. Hakey, tlo
A. J. Dougherty, Miiund City, 111; Jonu
II. Fander,, Ar'k; ). A. Winner, 111; O. II.
Gati', III; John McCarthy, tlo; .lo'eph
Schallenge, Kt. LoiiU, Mo; F. SchiMcr,
Jladistin, Ind; J. W. O'Neal ; W. II. Cur
roll, Chtcogo, 111; J. Gray, do; .lames
Gruth, do; .1. Farren nnd fnuiilv, New
York, J. Ward, III.
ICC t'UKlM, SOIU.MXTKIl t.MI KIsSIMIKi:
. 1. Siiup, 101 Commercial avenue, ever
attentive to 1 1 1 wants of the inner man,
hu opened his vlfgant and well furnihcd
IceCream Saloon, where, beide thu inot
delictum Ice, the patron may obtain the
cooling and healthful Soda, Setter unit Kl
siiigen waters in their greatest purity.
Lmlic or fiitnllie may viit tho saloon
without fear of Intruder.
Addition have been made to the stock
of tobacco, cigar, etc., worthy of the
special attention of buyer, either whole-
ale or retail, aprlltf
niitinvtKi: tint mm:.
Go to C. AV. Henderson for anything In
tlm lino of Hardware, ueh n Huts, Lock,
Screw, and a general nortuicnt of shelf
hardware. Al-o, a lot of Garden Impli
inent, such a Hake, Hoc, Manure and
Hay Forks, etc., etc.
Mr. Hentler-on has nlo Jut received
thelarge.t nnd bet stock of cooking stoves
cverbroiigbt to the city, and sell- cheap
MTKVr KIMIMTIIK I.AIIUN.
Since the Introduction of I'lmlon'i. A'l-
tallu or Salvation for the Hair, Indie who
formerly used dyes, are universally nbnn
dolling them. TlieytUnd the new article so
harmless, mi clean and pure, so pleasant to
the semes, and withal so superior a a
means of renewing tho original color, that
they nb-olutely shudder when they think
of the llllhy stutf they once med.
Opening of new millinery good at K.
H. Oswald & Co's on Thursday, Friday
nnd Satimlay next, at which time will bo
displayed an unusually largo and attractive
assortment of millinery, notions, traveling
and work baskets, etc. A No a lino stock of
Singer's celebrated sewing machines, for
sale.' Tho public, and especially tho ladies,
aro invited to attend the opening,
up rl ltd.
THK ClIl'ltCIIOK TIIK IIKUKK.MKH
Sorvlcos will be held in tho Church of
tho Redeemer every day during thu week,
commencing at 11 o'clock n. in., tho Be v.
Mr. Coan, blllciating. Thcro will also bo
services on Wednesday nnd Friday
CHANCE FOR A FORTUNE.
lll. IIKII.I.fS SI'I.KXIHII "KICK HKSIOKNTK
10 UK HIVKX A WAV.
(IRANI) (ill-'T H NTI'J R I'R I S 1-2.
We are not, a a general rule, dipocd
to give countenance to or encourage gift
enterprise; but when nny properly or
other thing of value is proposed to be lls
jioimI of in this way, nnd wu faioir there i
no dlshoiie.t Intention on the part of the
originators of the enterprise, and tlmt ev
ery person connected with it is honest and
upright, we see no objection to giving to it
our endorsement and support, indeed, wo
believe that by doing o we may contrib
ute to tin dy. and possibly irl veto some
Irtiugling man a competency that will
make him comfortable through life.
Hellevliu: tliu, we cannot withhold from
Mr. It-'My'seiiterpri-e mil rili il ndor.e-
mem imi hearty support. We know Mr.
Hcilh and know him to be a gentleman
who is entitled to the confidence of the
public. AVIiat he say he will do, that ho
will do, if hu posibly can. That ho will
conduct the enterprise, in which his
splendid residence is the chief prize, with
scrupiiloti.s honety nnd fairness, we do
not for a moment doubt. And then tho
property which hu wishes to dlspou of is
one of the !lnct properties in tho city.
There are only a couplo of other prlvato
residences which are more valuable than
Mr. Hellly's. Standing on the highest
ground within the levee, two feet anil
nine inches above thu city grade; It com
mands a line view of the Ohio and Missis
sippi river? flowing by tho city on cither
side. Its dimensions are twenty-live by
slxty-tlvo feet, and It is one- of tho mint
elaborately finished brick home In South
ern Illinois. It contains nine rooms, two
of whioh aro largu double parlors. All
thu rooms in thu front part of the homenrc
furnished with grates and mnrblo mantles.
This ceilings nre twelve feet nine inches In
Thu deed for the property will ! deposi
ted with Col, Sj. S. Taylor, and the encum
brances, (If nny exist), will be sntiflcil
before the day of drawing.
Mr. Heilly refers to tho following promi
nent citizens of Cairo: Col. S. S. Taylor,
Messrs. D. Kurd and C. N. Hughe, Pre-I-dent
and Cahier of the First National
Hank; Mcsm. W. I'. Halllday and A. II.
Sutlbrd, President anil Cashier of the City
National Hank; Hon. W. J. Allen, 1). W.
Munn, V. H. Green. D. J. linker and
(Jeo. W. McKcnlg; 0. Winston & Co.,
Heal Kstato Agents; Strnttou oc Bird, and
B. Smyth iV Co, AVholesale Grocers; H.
II. Cunningham, ltittenhomu Ai Har.ny;
and Scott White, Dry Goods Merchants,
and to the citizens of Cairo generally.
m:w ami ciikai uii.i,i.m:uv mmm:.
.Mrs C. McGce Im just returiiinl with n
bran new stock of millinery and fancy
goods, and, very sensibly, makes tho fact
known through our advertising columns.
Her new purchases embrace many novel
ties, nud aru ttrictly fifhlulinblc and sea
sonable. Hclllg the freslie.t stock 111 tho
city, Mrs. McGoo claims It l the cheapest,
nud for proof of this, she ak the ladies to
call, examine tlm good and a-certaiu the
price. Good kid glovea al 1, aro cer
tainly very til cap, and so are ho-e, two
pair for twenty-live cent. Hut, fur par
ticulars, ih tho adverti-einent' in un
til her column, and call upon -Mr. McGee,
on Kighth street, three doors west of Coin
TiiReleclIon for uliool director and trus
tee to-day called out nn unexpected mini
Ikt of voter. Thu uufraiichiied citizens
turned out largely, Jmt "to seo how it
would go," and, Judging from the display
on vory among those who bad deposited
thcirballoW, they regards! It as a privilege
at once ine.tlmablunnd elevating. At the
hour of 1 o'clock p. in., nearly flvu hundred
vote bad been polled, fully one half of
which had been thrown by the colored
people. The result was not made known in
time to fccuru publication in thla
Tin: (Ot'.xrv runit not sr..
The poor home, near Thebes . sld to
be ready to turn over to the county.
The main building is 10 by ill feet, two
stories in height, with three rooms In
eatdi story. The hed building 1 Hi by 31
feet, nud cniitalns a large dinning room
and kitchen. Mesrs. Siimmerwell and
lliilid were the builders.
I ll A l.l.-. ! inn 1 11 -lii-lle
Mnry Alls. 'In
l-l. JoshjjIi, da
Kllliiron, ' ilu
Mullle h'.lii'll, tin
W. ll, Arthur, itn
l.uliennttli, N. (I.
rny Cilro, Miiiilii,
P4II1, llioui., Wlilte Itlv,
Cny i:v.mslllf, Cniii.
Ham firr, ilo
City Altun, yii'lisliury,
A H.iker, Kt I'nrl.
Kale Itiililnson, Cin,
t-nin.J. Ilulf, lf iiiiiU
fun .Mile, Cnliurliui.
Mr AlK e, N. O.
(.'iljr KwiusTillo K.Min
Sam Or r, tin
I. mi ollm, iln
ion J lints, ilo
Julia. Ht Louis,
Sill lie, tin
Kiun Drown ilo
I'll) Alton, do
(ily Cairo, ilo
Khih nnliinooii, St I.uii I.
llellu Memj'tiiH, . in,
M Josciili ,lo
.Mollln I'.l.slt Pin-hiirK.
Tlio weather continue, very mild and
pleasant, but with some indication-, of
,Tho atmosphere is hazy, with soino
clouds. The mercury ranges in tho neigh
borhood of O'J0.
The .Mississippi is receding n little nt
St. Louis, but as n small rlo is reported
above, it will bo comparatively slow fur
No Inter advices from them than those
fal rady published, have been received
rom points on tho Ohio but it i steadily
The Cumberland is ali falling very
The City of Kvaiisvillo brought for G.
I). Williamson Hon bills stuvei, St. hoim
10 lihds Ciitmel eoiil, South UK coop.- poul
try in tons sundries,
TheTnlisinan Isthe packet for N"ahvlllo
The A. Baker i the Tenneee river
packet this evening.
Tlie W. H, Arthur is loading for Xew
Orleans and will probubly leave this
Wo learn, with regret, that while Super
intending thu loading of tin' barge Cum
berland, yesterdey afternoon, Mayor Wil
son fell through a hatch, and utIoii-Iv in
Jured himself ; how seriously, however, wi
could not ascertain.
CHKAl'Elt TIIAX Till: CHKAI'KST !
IVtrs. O- M'Gee
Tlirrc Itourn HV-tt of 4'oiiiiiirrrlnl Ave.,
Iln jti.t rutitriinl with Sli-inllil "-jtiii
Fancy CloodM, .VoIIuiim, .,
Wliloli fe lionlil nt prloiss Hint villi fiialile tier
lo nii'liT-dl nny nlliiTilciler itillierlt). Iiok nt
lliesp tlKlires .
Good Kill Glove; nt 81 Oil
Two Pairs Ludlet Hose fur !!." els
Ladies' and Misses Hals for .0 els
Tlm nssiirliiieiit l
Seasonable, Fashionable and Complete
Ami iTnns ilririhir lo .uri'lme u-f I Init neiiilrc
tlie I'rloe toiisci rtaia tint l.'-io r lirKiiiii t im I
oiiiniBn, unmirrt' in in I'liuiiir, .
1,'t'Tnuiii'il to i ll my umvU nt iry insll
prom, i uiiii in aiii'M! rrqiuri iiieuan ri-.i
no mil Mr orr.ui, i ir i runnoi pxicihi u.
Mits . m'i,i;i:
SOOTS i SHOES,
BOOT .HQ SHOE MAKER
lletwecn Wiisliiiigt iii Aw & I'oplar St.
Ilnnln unit Mtiosm Haili-loOrdfr, I'lnral
l'fniri'tor tif Hi
Ililllaid Saloon and Ilnr Itonni
100 C'oitiiiit'r.riul Ave,
Cnivo, - - - - Tllinoi.s
TOII.V 1IYLA.I)'S SAI.OO.V.
l nupillit ullli all kinds of
Boor, iLlo, fto.,
O.V '0.n.nKU('IAIi AVKXI.'K
ll.twrpn Klul.th ami .Ninth Mtrs'i.
Tii tliirty, wlo Imp vooil llqii'ir. htniM j!1"'
Iniii a cull, anil those lio want u
nt.Kiilt A3ST I Alt
fan hare their u nuts siipplieil at In lar.
J.VO. It. I'HILMS,
lJiii-eosor lo I'utki rA I'lillli
Flour, .lls'al, II ii)-. Com, Out,
Cor. 10th St.& Ohio Levee
j .11. IIIII.I.I1N A: ,.,
rtiiecessnr lo K. II. Ilt ii'lrii'ks 4 (',)
Wliarf - Boat
I.IIIDU.il. AIV,rKS ma in: O.V '..
!".re nrennreil tu rivclvo. slorp ami rnrunnl
frfighu lo nil point., niel buy anil sell on emu.
OD'Hilsinessnlti'iiileil loaith irniiiitnoM,
Tn aetlre iiifi'iiu. ii larii lli'l'l anil lil.orul terms.
Si' ii' I for of .t Dooks Mill, circular unI
terms to OKO.W. ltOtiKKS,
airU'llm ISI.uialmnl llluck, CIiichko.
17OU SjlK-12 Shares f Stock la tin-t'uiro
' City IVoDi-rty Company. O. WINHTON.
CAIKll I ITU
v ll a i i: i) a r
Ainu ts 'irn
Ml T. I
CAIRO TRANSFER CO
THROUGH BILLS LADING
(iiven 1i nil A'nllnlili' 1'olnls,
BY RAIL OR BY WATER
St. Louis, Cairo & New
Orleans Packet Co.
THK M KAMKIls
KN'i h:i;i-:n. mi.- .
VS lit.dK. .Mfisli
(.HKAT IIKI'l. III.IC
CITV lt A ll U....
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.....Mi " ullli, iliuUr.
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IIUVi: llltA.K II
I'OS I IN r..N'1'A I
W. It. All I'll I' It
Coin '.r -.1. u . I lif tlni'.l suil UrL'i'.l UiilsuiUnt
K- t N u Oth in 'f r -li mrifr
ull icivr tt l;iNKHAV. i:rnlnj. April ISlli.
t'onnifi hi: st .'i (irli'nn with tin I, Irn nf
l.l vrritiol, .N'rtv Y.irk, lliiilmi, and (Jal
1 .lon, Texas.
lA.'ifr sail M.iiipi'ri ra trlf on nn ol th
Ikiii'i, imt nz I mro liUnt'tiikll; iw aloir,
nrrl Axi'nt, Cslri.
Otlirf, mi V,lirfUt, I'nUlc l.suillD.
Memphis and St. Louis
Tin- fi."im.ni Il. 'i mjri Ihi l.tntsnit will
run In th fulitiwina nrlir.
Anitf at Cuiro,, ArmtatOlrv.
l. 1 tr.
sU.r.sr Lot is, 'rut.djy, 5r.tr lurlsr I s. rn
ClTrUKrAlltO,iThnr-Uyfip.n Mm.Uy.l .m
MLLt hi weiii ,.-i.,.iui1t, Sp.tn, ihur.., 1 .m
A'rltf i Cairo tr.' m I siro,
, Ma.tfl j
Kt 1 a.m.
st t a.m.
Ku.ryt.ltfj. , Ktry llr
naif WVilot nste VrKln.
iU'ltllON. f itay, at I a.m. ' oiv, 1 1 a.
Jliakf. Ma'trr.l " .
'4intiM'tinatM l 'i 'Ii
N'ortlirrii l.lnr I'Mt-krl Cniiiian),
Krnkuk I'urkn Com ian)',
Omaha I'arkrt :oiniall)',
ami Varlona Itallruail J.luts ,
At Mutiph w th
.Mrinplils ami Wlilte Ulvtr lark(l Co.,
Arkaiiaa lllrr Packet fomiianv,
llriuiilil ami Cliarlritou 11. It.,
nl .'llilliiil X '1 rlinia.t It. It.
t V kt..irr with ,
Vni'io Itlvrr I'arkrli, nnl k
Vli'kliurK "ml .iliilillau Hallroad
(Jirins thri n, h IU la I iiKati t I ckf I. Io .-Jl?il.
'itl Mj:nt hy rail ur ritrr.
1 II A" T III.Mr fnfral Aer tit.
illll. f t.n Wnarl-tioai.
HU,, fll. KU. T M an. I ra. tjir Asi-nl.
Nashville and Cairo
if'- ".' f'o!isltin( of tlm following
"' i'f'us.- silini)id iHM,'nj;iT sti'stnors;
iTltt).V(....-...-Mki.lr I ....ric rk
l.ru l.t(y .lloiiilit)' nt 4 I. M.
HAIi.MO.N Mair tier
l.titt. a l.rrj- 'I'll urxlity nM IN H.
lAVI Matfr' rirrk
l.rntr l.vrry Siilin !' al 1 I. M.
Th rontrli IMI Ih Lulling (ihi n Via. Xusl.
lllc niol ( nlro I'uikcl), uuu
Tt. .Vaalitlllr, Clinltiinooun, Trnn.j Al-
iiiii, 1 iiiiiiiiiiiim, uuiiir, jiuroii, 11.
IJuIii.'sj. Wfst I'oliit, tli iu ulowii, M.
IfittfallU iin.i KiiIhiiIh, Ala.; Mo.il.
KHiiur)', Alii,; 'liarliloii. St. i; Sfluia,
,la.; Niiiiiiutti, lia.t WlliiiliiKteii, N, S'.j
S'oltiliililn, N. 4 .. Ii.v
til Ah. I. III.MJh,
Atrt'iit ut t'uiru.
Memphis and Cincinnati
tir.MtV .IO.NKH, IWl.KAM J. 1IAUS, i-is-'y.
-(RvZ,s, , oml""''" 'f tlm f.illnvtliiK lirat
AI.K'K IIKA.V Joliii Hunk, Master
llOlt"!' III'KNS Krank!-l,u
.IINNF.OI.A W. II. Mlllor
SII.VKIl .TIOUN lien M. .Mi.rriiliM
NAM J. II AM! W. 1'. Wulm-r
On of tlu nx milrnMiil nlfiiiiior Iran. I'mm
lor Jlt'liililiU evrrv TurniUy unil Sainnlav. an, I
fi)r Cint'innati f U'ry 1'niliiv iiml hatunhiy.
viiA.-, i. iii.M'r.. AKrni, uatrp, III,
Ort, rn Wlmrf'tiaat.
Evansville and Cairo
('onslstlng ol tho follow
s5r?SnassiSjili'niIIil I'ueeni:er Stean
I)U0l'CIIKT Jlaalor I FOWI.KIt
I.titiea Cairo fcnnilay ami Thursday at 4 n
JiEXTKK Mailer GKAMMKK Clf rk
l.eavu. Cairo Tuc.day and Kriday at S p. tn,
CIU8. T. HINDU, Anmi.
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