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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, A.FK1X 16, 1870.
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nm or ire tin,
oru 1101'xii.iium't pockkt.
I). W. 31 mm, Esq., lm returned from
An election of seven directors for tho
Cairn furry company is advertised.
The council proceeding crowd out a
nuinberjof local Items' prepared for to-
Mrsrs. l.lnegnr and Mulhey liavo been
retained 1 Boyle, fo llid prosecution of
Kelly for an tisatilt with intent to kill.
The cnn of Sullivnn vs rutnain In
surance company occupied tho Entire tlino
of the court yesterday, nml is rftill inpro
pre!. Jloukwvll &Co. have received (Sodeyfor
May, and ".Saturday Night" containing
the'sccond Installment of Dieken's great
jtory. "The myttcry of Edwin Drood."
The heaviest and most driving mow
storm of the year commenced falling at
linlf -past two o'clock, this p.m. "Wo put
thii on record for future generations to
Mr. Blake, or Ballard county, nnd lato
of tho firm of J. B. Blako & Co., of this
city, will leave for Texas on or about tho
JOth Instant. It Is his purpose, we under
stand, to locatu there.
Tho present high water has enabled
Col. Bcarden to float two largo bargo loads
of timber out of Cacho river. The timber
Is for usu in building an upper Mississippi
bridge, and will go forward immediately.
Tho calico ball in thpSt. Nicholas Hotel,
on tho 27th instant is under tho manage
ment of Howard, Fitzgerald and Biggs.
Aliout two hundred Invitations havo been
dltribtited, and to most of them there will
boa very cheerful response.
One-eyed Anna conceived herself both
injured and insulted by a neighboring
mnkess, and sought satisfaction, yesterday,
in 'squiro Bross' polico court. It appear
ing that Anna hud, as usual, "held hor
own" in tho disturbance, tb negress was
discharged n payment of costs.
' Good Words for tho Young," is an Il
lustrated monthly tnagauino for young peo
ple, that should ilnd iU way into every
household vhoro thero aro children. Tho
April part, now ready, is a number of
decided merit. It can be had at our book
Stores, or by addressing J. B. I.lpplncott
ii Co., Philadelphia. Prico 'J 50 per
Tho Select Council, without waiting for
tho report of tho commltteo appointed by
tho board of Aldermen to consider tho
matter, passed n resolution, "Wednesday
night, submitting to a voto of tho people,
tho proposition to subscribe S100 000 to
tho capital stock of tho Junction railroad.
Their action was prompt, but by no means
pick out ini'itciioio:.
Tho undersigned will sell his stock of
cowers, for cash, cheapor than anybody
lllso In town. Tho bo.-t perpetual roses
all of which aro in largo poUj roses you
cannot buy at any nursery for less than
.M) and 75 cti. a pWee, I will sell for lis to
W cK, verbenas by the dozen, from 75 to
$1 25j pansic, by tho dozen, at $1 00,
cinglo goranljinufroiii 5 to '.'5 its. a piece,
double girnnltinis, from 10 to 75 cts.,
pvlnrgnlums, from 10 to 25 ct., tropaoli
unis and tritomas, at 25 rU., cuphc.is,
.doublo petunas, sweet-scentod geraniums,
chrysanthemum, feverfew, rineraries,
etc., etc., at 10 to 15 ct. a piece, ainuryllii
formosisiima, it splendid flower when
blooming, all ready started in largo pots,
at 50 cU. a piece. Como and see I
A M AND US .1 A KCK K L. tf
Fifteenth Str. bet. AValnut and Cedar.
Et. Nicholas Hotel, April K.I6T0.
D.H.Hale, 111 i M. H. AVilllams, City;
Isaac Hoffman, Germany ; Jos. "Wiley,
City; J. H. 31cK!nmiy, Ullin, 111; J. T.
Davis, J)ulsvllle, Ky; II. Fisher, IV
ducah, Ky; W. h- Byron, Ballard Co.,
Ky; Mrs. .Summers, Mo; C. Y. Hancs,
City; Kobt. C.Noll, Mo; D. L. Oulllran,
Mo; C. C. Swlelmll, New Orleans; B. O.
Finch, Mo; Mrs. Chester, Mo; J. "W.
.Mowhead, Memphis, Tenn; James
-Medline, Ky; Jerry Hendson, Ky; Henry
Sabln, Ky; J. Jaynes, St. Louis, Mo; A.
Loowenthall, Kvansvillo, Ind; Win. Coffee,
ltlandvllle, Ky; S. "W. Hoggs, Ky;
Col. Bowcn, City; Him Hemphill Golcon
d.i 111; A. II. Nicholas, Ky; B. F. Hum
phery, do; Thos. Crawford, Mound City
111; Geo. Clark, .St. Louis Mo; M. 31.
-Mlllor and son, Columbus Ky; .las. Atsou,
Now Orleans La ; J, Youngtnan, St. Louis
31o;F. Carwln, Mo; "Win. Kyer, do; 3lrs.
St. Clare and family, do; 3Irs. Boyed, do;
H. O. Up.httm, Ky; J. K. Blake, do;
D. "W. Jaekson, do; J. C. Savage, Mohile
Ala; It. H. Cuinmons, do; J. 31. 1'allord,
Augusta Ark; Geo. Gage, Chicago 111;
tlumos Knvin, do; Fred. D. Hayden, III.
1 n.oiu (aiti)KN.
Having been greatly improved and
beautified will bo open to visitors every
Sunday during tho season. A shooting
gallery, ten pin alley, swings and other
means of enjoyment and pastime aro at tho
disposal of visitors.
Thero will be match shooting every Sun
day in which many of our most expert
marksmen will participate.
Good music und refreshing beverages.
2t F. FISH KB, Proprietor.
Tin: ciiimi'iiot' tiii: itr.ncmnw
Services will bo hel 1 In tho Church of
tho Bedocmcr every day during the week,
commencing at 11 o'clock a. m., the Bcv.
3Ir. Coan, olllclating. Thero will alto bo
services , on "Wednesday and- Friday
evenings, a't 7 J o'clock. nprllCt.
A llmr Snow Slurin ljt Mulil.
Such of our citizens ns retired boforo
ten o'clock last night, wore astonished, nay
abounded, this morning to obsorvo tho
whole face of tho earth covered with snow.
Thu rain fall during tho afternoon, yes
terday, was almost continuous, and to
wards evening the atmosphoro beenmo dis
agreeably cold, necessitating tires, and
creating an unusual demand for furs and
overcoats. About 7 o'clock the rain re
solved itself into sleot, and afterwards into
an unmistakable and very heavy snow
storm. Tho tcmpcraturo at no ttnlo
reached tho freezing point, nnd therein
rests our hope that tho reiuarkablocltumttc
freak has not seriously injured tho fruits,
flowers, and growing vegetation gener
The nverago depth of the snow, this
morning, was fully threo Inches; but It Is
believed by many that if the entire fall
had reiiminod on the ground, it would
havo gained a depth of Jlvo or six inches.
Our citizens join in pronouncing tho oc
currence of this snow storm as something
without a parrallel in tho history of tho
country. Twelve years ago thero was a
slight snow storm nnd frcczo on tho 5th day
of April, and during tho four or five
days next ensuing the temperature re
mained at, or very near tho freezing point,
that year there was scarcely a peach, cher
ry or plum raised In Eirypt. The "oldest
inhabitant," however, tins no recollection
of a snow storm as latoas the 16ih of April.
All persons who havo not paid
their Stato Bnd County t.nes for tho year
1800, will bear in mind that the time al
lowed me by law for the collection of the
same, without cot, will expire la a few
Delinquents will, therefore, ind it to
their Interest to attend to tho matter with
out delay L.H. UYKRS,
Sheriff and Ex-otScio Collector.
LtTKST I'UOX tiii: LAIUIX.
Slnco tho introduction of l'halons Vi
talla or Salvation for the Hair, ladies who
formerly used dyes, are universally aban
doning them. They find the new article so
harmless, so clean and pure, so pleasant to
tho senses, and withal so superior n a
means of renewing tho original color, that
they absolutely shudder when they think
of tho filthy stuff they onco used,
Opening of new millinery goods at K.
II. Oswald & Co' on Thursday, Friday
and Saturday next, at which time will bo
displayed an" unusually large and attractive
assortment of millinery, notions, traveling
and work baskets, etc. Also a lino stockof
Singer's celebrated sewing machines, for
sale. Tho public, nnd especially the ladles,
nro Invited to uttend the opening,
TM KNTV-t lVF. IHH.f.AKS ItKWAUD.
The lock of tho city safe unaccountably
refuses to yield to the key. Unwilling to
break open tho safe until all other expedi
ents have been exhausted, this Is to give
notice that twenty-flvo dollars will bo paid
to that party who will unlock tho safe and
open the door.
fit JOHN BltOWN City Clerk.
imiiiWAiis: tou 8 ai.k.
Go to C. "W. Henderson for anything In
the lino of Hardware, such as Huts, Locks,
Kernwt. nnd a eeneral assortment of shelf
hardware. Al, a lot of Garden Jmpli
ments, Mich a Bakes, Hoes, 31anuro und
Hay Forks, etc., etc.
Mr. Henderson has also just received
thelarge.t and bt stock of cooking stove
ever brought to tho city, 'und sells cheap
"i Attention Sir Knights! A regular
VConclavo of Cairo Commandry No.
lit Knights Templar will U held at the
Asylum, this, Saturday, evening, April 1C,
All sojourning Sir Knights are courte
ously Invited to uttend.
Is the defeat of the Cincinnati Southern
railway bill by tho Kentucky legislature,
wo havo another evidence of tho old fogy
spirit which rule In that tlow-coach State.
Tho people of that Commonwealth aro a
century behind tho times. Paducah U in
Kentucky. We havo several men in Cairo
who would make excellent citizens of that
ambling village Thero is one in tho Select
Council and two In tho Bourd of Alder
men. Tin: examination of the classes In music
at tho Conservatory, will begin on 1 ues
day evening at 7J o'clock. Friends of tho
pupils will be preentfd with ticket. Tho
number of visitors will bo limited each
evening, to that all tun bo provided with
seats. The musical entertainment will
close on Friday evening with a grand con
cert, of which duo notice will be given.
Tho next term of the Conservatory will
Ii-.. fin mi Mfiiiduv. Anrll 18th. ami con-
tin tm 10 weeks. Tuition ? 00, hi ml-
"Wiiitk buoai:, 0J lb., good brown su
gar, 7 J lbs, Bio Cofleo, ij lbs, choice La
guyra cofleo, ilj ; O. (J. Java
cofleo, 3 lbs, for $1 00. Buklng powder
60 cents per lb. Coal oil 10 cents per
gallon. Pcachcsand tomatoes 10 cents per
can, und all kinds of groceries and pro
vl.Ions, cheap, by J. H. PHILLIPS,
3t Cor. "Washington avo. and Hth street.
Just rccelvod at P. Nolf's, No. 7!, Ohio
Lovce, a splendid lot of spring Cassimcrcs,
Coating and Vc.tings, which will be made
up in the most fashionable styles, and ut
prices to suit tho times, u perfect fit guar-
untoed or no salo. tf
Bauoai.vsI Bahoai.vijI A good suit of
clothing for ten dollars, at P. Neirs, 71)
(llofjiilar Mooting of tlio Scloet Council.
ChIpi, III., April 1.1, IsTC.
Present Coiineilmon Barclay, Jorgeii
sen, Meyers and O'Callahan J.
Ills Honor, the Mayor, being absent,
Councilman Barclay took the chair.
"Whereupon tho clerk presented and
read the following bills, u reported on by
tho committee on claims, which were here
tofore ordered paid, by the Hoard of Al
Ulll of Cairo City ilns Co., for B"' cobsuiihmI
liy the ltoiiKh nnJ Heiuly Kite Co.
from January U April 1, IsW J 1 UJ
Jo for (ins fiiriilsheil tlio Hibernian Fire
trnm January l April 1 13 Bj
do for lias !urnMil tlin Arab Kin- Co.
from lanunrj' April 1 18 10
do for ks furiiislimi city rlork' nitloe
from January to April 1 17 oo
do tor K L'oiifUiuui I iv street lamps
from Kebrtury t to Inroll 1 t!il S.
do of Julin Clnney for bucket, brUihc,
victor city 3 ie
do Jolm Ilronn,cali paid Adatns express
rotunany, on ebaw, I'tu i! M)
ilrt WmOrrln, forliaulinR forclty IS 2A
do Wtnll HonUwclUfcCoMforst-itioii iry M 17
ilo 1 ho Mrulian.baullue for city - II tu
no I'oiwr.ntnl .Milli'r,fprropnlrltiK tol
for ttrrct luliorcrs "t '0
Councilman 31eyer then moved to con
cur in the action of the Hoard of Aldermen
in allowing the soveral bills, with tho ex
ception of tho bill of 3Icsrs. Powers nnd
Miller forrepniring tools for street labor
ers etc., amounting to $21 60. Carried ;
and tho bill allowed by tho following
Aves Harclav, Jorgensen, -Meyer and
O'Callahan 4. '
A motion was then made to allow
Mc'srs. Powers and & 3Iiller the sum of
Sit 55 as payment In full of their bill, be
ins the amount recommended by tho com
mittee on claims. Carried; tho vote be
in cs follows:
A re i Barcltiv, Jorgen-en, Meyer and
'O Callahan 4. '
The following bills fur salaries, lalor
and material ftirnihed the city, a per
contracts, having Wen allowed by the
Hoard of Aldermen, werepreented to this
Board for concurrent action, viz: And
on motion the action of said Hoard win
concurred in, und the bills ordered paid by
the following rote, viz:
Ave Harclav, Jorcenson, 3leyer and
BiUotJnhn Hrowa, nlvy nscitycletk
for Man-h !1W O)
do Mm-Im! JUmbrick, Urv n City
do II. h.mny. -alary (. ISilico Man
itrati do Jfe h Arnohl. sUry 1'uln' tAii..
do It MrCanh) i'X- lii'f of lu-, in
full to Msr.-fi 10. Ir7 21 .
lo Win O'Cal'ahMi, oon.uie, do dod.i W e"
di I'u C.illatiin,'oniiii. io io io
do JobnCiimiiiiliir,ciitbl,.di do do
do J II (ifsman, ilntf of kIkt, In full
t April l l:u
do H ftout, litMlcrs a day poliii'in.ia...
do J Htn-rhatl, ' do do do
do M i: Towers, do tiiK'it
do A Culn, do do do
do Tlioms Norton, saliry for Iator on
the itrroM -
do Win (Jitlnii.sil.iry fur labor on tin-
do O. T. l.yon, ' Ci'y toin,.-
i'o Tlio. ih-aly, .dnry for labor on in
do Jolin Conur,al iry for labor mi tint
ilo JiTry CnlUlia::, n.dry for Kboron
llm un ets s
do Mlkn llrl.ool, .alary for labor on tl.o
stru ts 4 ,2s
do John Hullhuu,4lnry for labor uti the
fln i t 1j m
do MlehuelMaliunny.tiRlai) lor Utwron mp
tbostrrrtK & "
do Jos. II. Taylor, alary City Trea..
itr.-r in lull to April I.lsTO (A K
do John CiiinuiliiKs, "alary for t lontu
Svih fn '
In Win. Mrl!ali. cli true of rh illi-L-HiU .1U (S)
do A Cain, for ! tnarki't mti r 3
i. ....it. .. ..r.....ru l r.i
! YII. .ll'll.tl', MIVilHti uiitri-..i
The bill of Jno. Cahill, fir service as
as market master, amounting to lt 63.
having been allowed by tho Hoard of Al
dermen, was presented and read for con
current action. A motion wa made to
concur j and lost by tho following vote: .
Ayes O Callahan, Meyer-'.
Nays (Surdity, Jorgensfn
The bill was then laid over for further
The following referred to rejorU having
been received and tho recommendation
concurred in by the Hoard of Aldermen,
were presented to this body fur concur
rent action, to-wit :
Beport of tho Committee on Fire De
portment upon a petition from l'ev. C. II.
Foote, relative to building an addition to
tho First I'rdsbytorian Church.
Jtoportsof John 31. Lanlon, City At
torner, upon a petition of Jno. Howler
praying the council to cause the projier
otlicer to execute to him it tax deed for cer
tain Jots purchased at tax sulr, al-o n re
port from the City Attorney ujwn u jtetlt
ion from Cyru Close, which ri'jHrts were
severally read at length, und on motion
tho action of t';e board of aldermen was
concurred in by a unanimous voto.
Beport of the Special Committee a
pcinled to confer with Col. Taylor, In re
lation to tho louo executed fur the lots
upon which the lumber for the city is now
stored, together with tho bill, nmnihtlng
to thirty dollars for tho Inase of said lots,
were presented nnd read, and on motion
tlio report was received und the rocoin
mendatioiis of the (.'otiimitteo concurred
in, (they having heretofore beon concurred
In by tho Hoanl of Aldermen i, by the fol
lowing vote, viz:
Ayos Harelav, Jorgonsnn, 31 oyer and
O'Callahan I. '
An ordinance in relation to licensing
wharf-boats (adopted by the Board of Al
derman upon Its first reading in this Hoard)
was presented and rend, and, on motion of
Coueilmun -Meyer, amended by striking
out tho word "one tliouiaud, ' und iimert
ing tho words "five hundred."
Tho ayes and nays were called on tho
motion to amend, with tho following re
sult: Ayes Harclay. Jorgensen, .Mover,
Nays lion o.
By Councilman Jorgensen :
Wiikukah, by nn act of the General
Assembly of tho .Statu of Illinois, approved
31arch 5, 1H07, the city of Cairo was nil
thorijted to Mibscribe for, or purchase
shares of tho capital stock of any rallrond
ffitiiitmif ftrnatnil limine till! lllWS of tllO
Slate of -Missouri, or tho State of Iven-
tueky, who-o railroads sliall lorininnie or
commence at any point or points in said
Stato or States, opposite to suld city of
WiiKitr.AS, tho Kentucky ii Tennessee
railroad company, incorporated by tho
State of Kentucky, propose- to construct a
railroad from some point in the State of
If cntuekv opposite to the city of Cairo, to
u point on the 3Iolille A: Ohio railroad,
therefore l o It
JlenolveJ, (the Hoard of Aldermen con
curring therein) That a special election bo
held nt tlio ollieoof Hryan .Slmnnessy cor
ner of "Washington avenue and l'.'th street,
in the saldcltv of Cairo, on someday to bo
designated by the City Clerk, not more
thtui :tt5 days "after the passago of this reso
lutlonor approval thereof by the Mayor for
lliecitv. to ascertain the wishes of the
voters'of said city, as to a subscription of
purcha-o by said'eit v of shares of tho cap
ital stock o'f the said Kentucky and Ten
nessee I'ailroad Company to the amount
of .'5100,000, and that at "said election all
ballot' east in favor of said sulneriptlon
ur pur. Imc, shall have written or printed
there.. ii the words "fur subscription," und
all Imlliits cast mralnst said suWrlptioti or
purchase, shall havo written or printed
thereon tlio words "against subscription."
said subscription or purchase to le paid
for in bonds of the said city, to be
issued in such sums as said Railroad com
pany may desire ; said bonds to be payable
twenty-five years after tho date thereof,
and to" bear interest at the rate of eight per
cent, per nnnum, the interest to be paid
semi-annually In the city of New York,
said bonds to bo signed and sealed by tho
proper ofllcers of tho city, nnd placed in
the hands of some Trustee or Trutoo, to
bomntually agreed upon by tho.MiiTor of tho
city and tlio President of said Kentucky A:
Tonne.soe'niilroad company, when work
shall have been actually commenced upon
said railroad, and to be delivered to Mild
railroad companv in the following manner,
viz: When live miles of jnid road shall
completed.thelron laid and ready for thecars
to run thereon, f20,000of said bonds shall
bo delivered ty said railroad company, and
shares of its stock to the amount ofS'JO,
000 received therefrom, and upon the
"Ktiipli'tiou in like manner of every ad
ditional five miles of said road, another
?20,000 of said lionds shall bo delivered
to said Railroad company, and
a corresponding amount of its shares
received therel'mm, tho balance of
tic sill bonds, if uny. to b delivered nnd
tock to bo rcooived'when the wholo road
Is completed, said shares of stork n to bo
sold to. and re-conveyed, as received, to
said Railroad company, at a prii e not to
exceed live per cent, of tho par vatuo
thereof, as in the case of the Cairo and
l't-....H.... .M,l -..ill fctlll-
ItneiliirT j.iiiiiu.iv. .."., .- .....
seriptloii or purchaso und said sale by said
..in. t.. l. niinti the ffdlnu'lni' rntiilitliitll.
viz: said Railroad company shalleomnicnce
work within six months from the date
tho subscription is voted, and said
liaiiroaii sunn no c picti-u
within eighteen months thereafter, said
r.,i..l f., 1... ...irplful r.vnr tint low i. rounds
in Kentu -ky to tho hills on trestlo or
somo other open work so as to keep open
a water war in perpetuity to the width of,
the same, now existing between the river
and the hlu'h grounds in Kentucky, and
said road if leutcd shall be lea'ed to and
operate in the Interest of the .Mobile and
fil.i.. I. .ii I!, unl or ...mil other railroad
company south of the Ohio river, termin
ating oppoiito to suiu city oi vairo.
I, tinnimoiisiv inlnpliMj.
Adjourned until Thursday Uth, lnst..at
7 s o'clock P. M.
JNO. HltOWN, Citv Clerk.
Caii-.o, Ii.i.inoi., April IS.
Council met purunnt to adjournment.
Present, Couneilinen Arter, Harclay. Jor
geiison, -Meyer nnd O'Callahuti D.
His Honor tlm -Mayor king absent, on
motion' Councilman Harclay took the
The Hoard Wing now ready for tho
transaction of business. theClerk presented
and read mi ordinance in relation to
This being tle eco.d reading of tho
ordinance in thU Hoard, tho ayes und nays
were culled on it motion to adopt the ordi
nance with the following result, viz:
Naj Arter, Barclay, Jorgensen,
-Meyer and O Callahan fi.
Itesolutinn by Councilman Barclay
Jlfnolvrd, Hy the Select Council, the
Hoard of Aldermen concurring, that an
eleetion be ordered for Select Councilman
at Largo, to till tho vacancy occasioned by
the resignation of Councilman i. 1). Wil
liamson, said eleetion to be held on same
lav as the election on the subscription to
tin" Kentucky A: Tennessee railroad.
Adjourned. JOHN ISROWN,
Iii.ii Al.leCol Hear) AmesX. Iono
Mollie Alile, N l tilt) iif Allon, il'i
UmoU, (;iii.'lnBti ;ukli.tei, Ctuasfillf
U. II! l..iui, M-m ..mi I iin.s.len, .Nasi,
.Milwaukie, MikIi.oii Alis, 1'itlnLur
H.m AM fil Mullie AWe et l.'tUI'
llfnr) Aiiif-.N't AUoiiu, t Loins
TtHHIips Hi !KII, X N lllle.t l.iilll., ft I.HUH
KaI.'i 1! Ln; Uu MilwieiKI.'.M I'anl
t.lly lit MUHl, VicKa jMK'ite, ;iil.aville
,.., N U.
A iiost extraorditmry change has taken
place in the weather. The warm rain
which commenced fallllng two days ago
when tho thermometer tood nt 74 degrees,
continued until last night, but tho tempera
ture was fulling all the time until at length
tho rwlu turned to sleet, and then to snow,
during the night. This morning tho
ground was covered with snow, and on
plunks and roofs which did not contain so
much heat as the ground the snow was
from two to four inches deep. Had the
snow fallen on cold ground where none of
it would havo melted, it Is beliuved the
present would havo been the deopust snow
of the winter. Hopes are entertained that
tho fruit is not entirely destroyed, but wo
four those hopoa rot upon a very scanty
Tho river has fallen six inches since last
The -Mississippi is rsing more rapidly
at St. Louis, It is falling nt Quincy, but
rUIngnt Dubuque, Tho3lissouri Is rising
at its lower end but falling at Omaha,
and rising above.
The Ohio 1 stationary nt Pittsburg, with
rllne feet sir inches In the channel, and
falling nt LouMvlllo with six foot six inches
water down the chute over the fulls.
The Cumberland Is falling with nine
feet water on Harpeth Shoals.
Business hero continues moderate at our
The Quickstep brought 20 tons mdse for
Cairo. 10 hluls tobacco, 10 pkgs matches,
and household iroods for St. Louis; 100
pkgs furniture, 105 bbls whisky, -10 tons
biindrles for reshlpmetit South.
Tlio -Mollio Able discharged hero 17 hhds
sugar, 32 bbls inolasscs, 35 bags coffee, 'JO
bbls tar, 37 pkgs liquor.
The John Lutnsdeif brought out -0C
hlids tobacco for reslilpmeiit to New Or
leans ; 2 hhds for New York, per Blue
Line, and 2SI sks wheat for Cairo.
On Thursday, last, the temperature of
the I'nited States presented a "Insular
The thermometer Indicated 7lat Cairo:
SO' at Louisville; 77 at Cincinnati; 77
at Pittsburg; 709 at Cleveland, Ohio, while
It was only C8 at Nashville, iVJ' at New
Orleans, and 73 tit Havana.
Threo lines of steamers are about to be
established to ply between St. Louis and
New Orleans, beside the barge line. The
latter has long been in operation, und the
"St. Louis and New Orleans Packet Lino, '
has been running for somo months. The
"Independent Packet Line,' is about start
ing, nnd it new ono not named is now
forming to carry freight exclusively.
The amount of wharfage collected nt St.
Louis for tho year ending April Uth was
Tho Paulino Carroll, is duo for New
Orlenns this evening.
The Cltv of Kvansvillo is the regular
packet for Kvansvillo this evening und the
Idlewild to morrow, Sunday, evening.
Tho traveller who cannot bi satisfied with
tho iiccomni(lations of either of these
splendid nteamor must indeed be hard to
onio i,i:vi:i:, cm to.
FULTUX k S0XS, Proprietors!,
Are Now In 1'itll ternllon.
Messrs. Kultnn 1 Hon are .rpare.! Infurn sh
all k nil" of Klotir of llif 'iialtr. atnl !
Mi'l Kiel .f all klrels (ir.i'iinii Kl.r. m k
or in les nuant ly, nia-le from Hie l-t Vi te
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
lictvteen Washington Ate Jc Poplur St.
Hoot anil Khnu .MiIp olrlr. t'lurtl
j oii.v f.iTi:s
I'luj.rli tor tit th
Bllllnrd Sulooii and Bur Ibiom
100 Cstiniiicrclal Avo.,
Cairo, - - - - THinoi.s
JOII.V IIYI.AMV.N KAI.OO.V,
In aiiiiillrl Willi nil kind of
33oov, Alo, ebo.,
OX CO.MMKKCIAIs .IVK.M'K
It.tuciii K 'itli and mtliSlnti.,
The thirsty, h love piwl hnor, shouM te
linn nun!, nn I tie e hIio wmit a
1 JttCsilC ANT 10 Alt
Can have the r wants i-npplicl nt lit" Ur.
(.'LVSSWAlti: mid iiousi: Frit.MSIl-
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
' 'In m tltt. iiKi-aU. a lur Ili-M ami lihoral teriim.
Ifoml for lint if Now liools-i uith clrciiliiri and
nt.-, i ; 1 1 : I ' 1 1 s .
15 l.i.'iiiiiar.l llotk.l.'liiei;n.
Three Dry-goods Clerks
Whu urn IlinrniiKhlv ncriim'nioil with tho bul.
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1IEST OF KKFKItllXCDS Ki:(UIKKI.
Aildresf, Tout Olllce, Hex 331, Cairo, Ills.
Ciiaocitt V eiliivTiu.N.iin
wiiAaraoAT I Ainmitt.
Wil. T. HI
CAIRO TRANSFER CO
THROUGH BILLS LiDIHG
(Mveii to all Atnlliihlc I'oliifs,
BY RAIL OR BY WATER
St. Louis, Cairo & New
Orleans Packet Co.
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Nashville and Cairo
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Tt'u-i'-5 'splendid pa.cngor tt:niijfrs
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p.WH M.lr ilirk
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illc und ( niru I'liehcb and
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Ajrent at Cairo.
Memphis and Cincinnati
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ii:ici' i n imn.i.fai,
Evansville and Cairo
jj-irf'" Uonsistinf; of tho lo lowing
rJ-ttAi-vji? Splctullil l'nssongt'r ti'iiim-rs
lUTSOUClir.T MaHr I I'OWI.KIt O.frl
I.ohmw Cuim Hinnlay ami Thnrwlay at ft n
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