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OUR CHURCHES.
.nESiirTCTMN-n'iTr.lMrt.
Prav hit SaW"' "'Js? ' ni1 iy
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...ilr-ftof. KKhlh mI Walnut Bl. '
i-MverWfftl'C. Wednesday, 7.'r. . ,
. !tr, rVU.Tiiflsiraox.itjlor.
Horning rMtt1fieaUlh ,0J -
r.nlkntlt'nttryii
"'U"" " ilrv. Ma. Coa. Hector.
r.TttlCK'3 tnlni'Cll-ior. Nliffh i. and
lie 'm.iW'',"W ";"'
vpr,8r.'- '
SiiMa; styioel, I r. . ..
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UIIIII4TI.N-K'l'niliMrl. ' ' ?'
A:hiA.r,H4',''fc,MMt
I'reachlns, SJhl'ath 1"). nJ vs "
Hv. J. PausivPaiitor.i
MISSION SUNDAY hCHOOI-In tho'Christlan
' Churcji, Kfa-Mccnth Sittct. Sabbsth'nool S
r" " J. n. lint, SuierlutenIent!.
1 OUNO MKN'bCHBlSTIAN AbSOCUWON-Kg.
niar milaf serond Monday, each tnontli at the
l-rayr-r room of tha, Prr.b)lrriao . Clfuroh.
Wcldr rrajer meeting, Friday. "Vt .. t
Itir- Prayer room or tho Prttnn enuron..
0, PAXfw.n, President.,
and Cedar.
fccriiees, Saliliath, 11 a.m.
Sunday Behool, 1Y. M.
C;assBr.ny
Preaching r. . Iter. Win. Jackion, rasto
SECOND KKEE-WIULUAITI8T-FifMnth St.
between Walnut and CeUir.
Services Bat-bath, 1)4 and 3 r. m.
Her. N. Ittcas, factor.
KflKK-WILli BAPTIST 1IOMR Mission rlJN
DAY SCHOOL Corner walnut nnd Cedar St..
SundayPchool.O a. m,
FIHaT FREU WILL MATTIST CHURqU-Cur-
ri' Uarracks. ,
ftcrvifc,il)Uth.il A. 3 p. It. tnf 75
' , Rev. Wn.Kbm.it, Pastor.
HUST MtBSIONAttY BAPTIST CHUnCH-Bet
ween loth and 11th Htrcets, near Cedar.
I'reachlnit Sabbath 10 a..m. and 7); P. M.
Prayer Meetlnp, WednemlayeYeninR.
rahlth b.-nool, lk r. . John Van llaxter ind
Preachlux. Fr
nui
al)t
Mary
(eidicnt SuperlnttntitnU.
tier. T J. nuosti, Paato
STATE orncEiis.'
STATE, OFP10EKS.
Governor, John M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-OoTernor, John Dougherty i
Kecretary of State, EJxird Kummel ;
Auditor of State, C. E. Lipplncolt;
State Treasurer, E.N. Ht; "'
Supi. Public Iottructlon, NeirtonSateman.
CONGBESSilEX.,
Senatora Lyman Trumbulland John A.Logan.
lUspreseniallte for the State at Larre Vacaney.
KepreniatWe Thirtcenlh Diitrlct John M
CrtbJ.
MEMBEKS GENERAL ASSEMBLT1.
Seaaton, lit District T. A. E. Holcomb, ol
Union, andP.K. Oiroo,of OtIUtln.
ReprnentatlTe, lit District II. Vaton VifW.
couxty"officebs..
circuit court.
Judce D. J. Ilaker, of Alexander.
rroscuting Attorney J, ,F. McCartney, ot
Matsic.
CirsUlt'c'rkJnoi Q'.'llarman.
Sherifl-A. H. IrTln,. , . -Wm.
Martin, Aesko'r'an'i! Treaurtr.'
COUNTY COURT.
Judge F. Dro.
Atioc.a'.c J..E. JlcCrite and A Marchlldon.
Clerk Jacob 0. LydcIi., . t
Coroaer John IJ. Oofmin. -"
MUNICIPAL GOVE UN M ENT.
Mayor John M. Lmdcn.
'J'rea.nter J.B,Ilor,t.i, ( uuaii
Comptro ler E. A. UurntUJ
CUrk Michael llowlry.
Marbl Andrew Call.. , .( -
Att rney P. II. Pom..
I'olwn M.itlral P., ProK An (J Li. Hlin
neJ, '
UltMlot IJqllct-ri;. II. a)f. ,
Police Coji.(Mt-yqhaBhtliini (day)t and
. H. Vflrrtn'anil JiW'.Snmner, (nlgtit.; "
CMetoUJqllirt-rl;. JI. iljir
Jo.
Mavor-John.M.Lanadea, -'
Firit Vrd-P. C. Sehah. '
HM.nd t'ard C. II. It ooairarcl.
Tl.ird Wia-Jno, .Woijd. . , .
Fourth Ward-S6taaU,Ty,o;.- ..v'tal;
C tyat-Urge W. P Ilallldjy adi). Uunl.
UOARD'or ALDKRMr.K.
FIK--r WAKLeJawJf Brarijen,
Leo Kdb,,,, ,
ltaao Waldrp. ...
KC J.ND VUU-H. H.Cannlngbam,
E. Under, ' .
Henry Wlmtr, '
. jAm.Swayne. '''- ,
TIIIKDtt'ARD-Wm.Strattou.r 1
I'julck Pi tzx e: all.' .
FOIT.TI! WAKD-Jaroe Carroll.; .
" ri;ll.SM. '
J.H.Metcalf. . .
" " Timt bf Meeting.
mi ioiru.
IT-.- t'ny Council meet! In Joint aesaion on
Kn-iay rnmj; preceding Ida firft Monday .of
th'ii inoiith.
tiuci C-.IXCU,
T .r-et Council mt-eUon. I In first Wedntn.
.it .nd TUuriday, t1r the econl Monday hi
e'i nubtli.
auicB or AUiiauix.
li,r iard of Aldermen rau-tn on the firs
lwla andTuekdty la eiery nicnlli.. '
( OMMITTKM or THE COUNCIl!.
Om Slneti-llettn; 7jUr, Wulder, Winter,
Wool iki Metcalfi '
Mf-Mfnr.connlriKliim,Shr'', Tltrgcr-'
JJ. !-. atd JMUdiy. '
Uai i Mkra. Vwd, Punnlngham and KleU'i
;u i-M;ri. CVrroll, Budcr and
Viit lAArd
OnlMu ")tiwra. Vue, Walder and Taylor.
hit Tirlnnntnltl. Rtaraen.Bwayne and
Hallid.).
.l,.li-Meiln,ftthuti, Winter and Kleb,
trinling 51 ei r.WooilrArd,6vfyneandBuder.
'1mw Mfta. IIurd,ftraUoa and JUttcilr.
iPwl nf JltaUt-'tfia dayor, od Mcitrs. Bar
dto, Winter, Hlraltoa and Carroll.
SPRINGFIELD. ASD ILLINOIS
SOUTUEABTERNai. K.
Ond arurMondsy, April 24th, 1ST), trams all
ruu ai lollowai .
H0Rrl!EB-V DIVISION.
Tlilll toilO
HI
60CrXAT.
Lear. Virginia
Mail, Eloreit
Vlririni. . r tn - I . .
" Tllorlll....:i"M V""'--
Arrite tl riia.........,n:(, tn. '.'SZZ fctlT "
Ttiissaoia soatawatr.
Learr I'n,.
" Tailorfilli
...
o.m.
Arr.fa trjprliiniiMa,j.,Mi
Lea S
.6.UJ 'I
e ll ..
ah
,J,.Vi,
Ids "
BOUTUEUN DIVIBIO-N.
Ijiii. HilreWdud ... drjQ a.'!".:
TtAllA kOUU kllllTUt.k.
r lora bot .
Wio a,m.
..11:40
Arm at BhamieetownS:5'tj)-in..';...,
Taaiaa wiao1 Aoatuntr.
t;l!i p.tn
I.eaTt Hhwnelown..A..o:lo a-m
" Flori i..M-...:;
.S'.Vlp.M
-...7.ua-.
Arm at KdgewouJ...;4.(v
The b.W a m train frum Ednotrood. run,onl
Bo I'
Mondays, Wdnidayand Fridays, arid o;45ajn,.l " '"""wn, -Jonn Jluishal,
dayaaud ,nu?
no'inects-tu Aahland with Jacksonville HUl.mn
of lihicagoiind Al'on U ilro.rt. fur Jacksonvill,
Petersbu K, llannt)ity,.md all nolnts west,
At Hprlnxrl(l. wjUi Cliieage and Alkn, and
Toledo, Wabaili lind Western Railroad, lnr
UloornlngUDTniIcago;atia!nFlnlnorlir,nortli.'
west sn'i wmi. , , .
At Puna wllh Ind. and fit. Irfiuls, and lllinoli
Central Railroad lor all poinu eait,opth and
aouthe.aat. .
At Kdgewood with Chicago Djrltlon Illinois
Central IlatlroaiK'J;
At Flora, Willi (Ohio. ad MlBiistdppi Railroad.
AtBhasrneetoan. With atannlioaia for Oiuclu.
nail. Paduculi, Cairn and B4. Iinn,
' ' OHUNUeiUTlI, Oea'lHup't.
Jsix rniiTr.O'i'r'(tt and Ticket At'i.r
THE MAILS.
W)ltlr, Through...
sr. .ooum. !o p.m
.. l'.m- 'i1? I'-1"'
"7 .... iftn ...
" TliroiDt1! .N. O.. Menf
.hln.id Cl.iml.u. S:l.iii. 4i00p.m,
Mommy) ...-'..'' MV-M ' fcoo p.m.
trim Moiinwin It It . 5:30 i.in. lliWr.m.
Sii'n. K r rniitr, Tutdaj
nnA Tri.l..'..... C.arpni. T.Mp.m.
Tlif U ,"(ooo Ulimd A ."sn'n
r. Illf.-. Tlinrmiay A rt
dy .....-...! S:(Hp.m. JiMa.ra,
M.i) Held, Uliindrille nnd . ,
lorrl', Ky iiiwn.m. i;wf.iui
I orricE HOtHBi
anrrnl Del rrj 7i30n.ni.
(Mui.dnjti,.m,') '
iipliy Ord.y do.attniI..v.ivru,i o.w
Itwjtttfr " " R;00.m. 6.00 p.m.
MVlify Older 'aniT'llepiiler' iltptrlmenli' no
ojionpn Sundays. " "
' THE MASONS.
,J3iWi) ;Oomm AKnuni,, ISo, Wanted AemMy
ai lh Asylum Monl I Halt, flrt and third Ha.
urilayn In pftch month.
CAiko Ouscil., No.34.j-V.iVcJfQ.l01!1llonM
Mai&ihlc Hull. the fond Friday lnach Wdnth.
t'ttao CjunxK. No. 71. Hgular Contocatloa
n't 'JlMOli JilltMVil f
minili. ,
, AA. X r-Ilegular, com
s' Iiaili tnB'TifCond and
wiunlation't Vt
fourth Mondays ol each month.
Drlta LodoJ, No.608 F. WAlW.JSRegular Com-
mmiKationi ,t Manonlo lbV UWa S'T
Thursday
nehWototh'
TnK ODD-rKLLOlTS. Et ' t
AtlA!iiLoijl224.-Meetiln OddFellow'a.
iiFU. ui - - - y
n,at So'clojk ,
THE BIJLEETIN. M
PbUiihcl cTerynidrtaaj,'MorHlycx.
d ccpicu.
SHORT, ITEMS, :I rjA'
Col. Tilford, U.'S. A., nndlidy ro hi
tlie Dclmonico.AH -ar
",rhfra..i9 abiolutclv nothinc coincoti
n pollco circles.
Judgo IIcllmMi, of JonesWo, v? in
thc-city yesterday.
Mnn v ofour citiecns'liaV gori to 8t.
Jxruit to attend the fair now in progreii
there.
-.Quarterly mcetipgr wiUvbcgin nxt
Saturday ervening at 7:3U o ciocic in tne ji
E.'church.i
Judee Brois ycsterdoy'TSUBd''ft war-
rati for the arrest of acitizensof the third
vrtl for ahuso of his'farnily.' ' " '
1 Jim Orange, avery;noiy, and alto
gether, very bad negro whoixdrunk,
arrested ycitorday aftetnoon,by con it alio
Waldon. , ... k
ilhe BfLLkTr!eld6k biilderVis turti7
ifcg out m good work as can bo done any-
"where' in the est. BIlvcrberg?Knows,iil'
hui'mcf!. Try him. i . - Afi A
Cbirlle Walker lays ho -walked -from
Pulaiki station to Centralia, a dUtanco of
about one hunBreS miles, Tn Iwehljfour
hours. "Where's "Westonv A9
Tom AVine? U still. aUo tbje i$ an
attend to business, at Schuttors No. 95,
evee, whero ho is-Kcclving dally tho
choicest Baltimoro oysters. Give him acnll.
A largo quantitv pi potatoeSjajid, rV?P(
were cooked up m tho hold of tbo steamer
Southwestern. Tho potatoc wcro as thor
oujhly cooked as if tlijjy had been, boiled
in fTpot. '
Tho United Stutej district court, for
the dittrictof southern Illinois, adjourned
yetttrJny. Judgo Treat, nnd 'other mem
bers of tbo court left the city "by the ftftcr
noun train. i '.
TJie dayed for the drawing cf Vjn'
cent's lottery has been" fixed forecember
2Cth,.j Thero will be no further postpone
ment. Bead Hhe 'local advertlsement'ln
another column.
.trsaw J ini i n
The WigTborfug Vjll'agqb(, Blandvillo
has beon;haTjngn rellgiOtis.diiensjion'.-,';.
Jlaptlst and Campbeifito havo been bang-iqg.WBy-Bt't5neli'ther.'
for 1ho"1ast week!
A year ko Blandviile lhad a" shooting
scrape once a week regular!' 'Now K Is the
mo t puatfiitle'iaji'd orue$ylqwn ln,Kon-,
English Chow-Chow
jAnu-Y rlV) '
Monn Ketchup
and a multitude
of.3f 1TA' .
New Goods,
Jurtrc1ycdI mt-
ut
JJixbyA: Kothler'i.
-Miss"RHe'rla). Eamcs, formerly I of
Kulumazoo, having taken up her rcsidonce
in Cairo, informs the publlcthat she is de
sirous of giving instruction in vocal and
instrumental music and ifvFrench. Mils
Eamcs comes among us with excellent re-
ogimnondatiuns. During the lato sostion'oi.
tho Northwestern Academy of .Music,-the.
yvas ninong 1110 inosi proucieiu iu jjiiuuu
forto praetlco and vocal instruction, and
Ihc conductors, of the academy unlto i.n,
thoir tostimony to lier tiiorougn Knpwj-
euge oi music anu nor capauuiiyi id ivneu
the tame. Miss Eamcs resides in thohouse
formerly occupied by Mr.GrH. Olmrtoad-
wucro.slio will bo uuppy to receive pupus
and givo auyjlnformatiiiu IXrcqulrpd l,u.rej
gard to terms.
The following wcro tho arrivals at tho
Dolmnnlco hotel for tho twenty-four hours
ending at' lSo'clockilasfnightr ll.'H.
Huell, Uolconda; ,M. 8. Hall. Gojcondar,
Henry AValbridro. WilfiardVSnrlnits; 0.
II. lilunt, St. Louis : T. R. Noill, 8. Louis;
E. T. Culler, Makanda: Mrs. Do llaun,
Ollin; Geo. J. "William, river; Thomas
TIil,e;nan, Jonesboro; John Gatos and
brothcr,'clty; 0. W.Henuonbourp;, Charles
ton. Mj,; J. S.Ularkson. Chaflestorl ? J?
"rry Urannick, St. Louis; Johri.lV.iTxo-,
yer,t villa nidge; r. D. Atherton, Villa
uidgnj Oeorge Weldcn, city : Isaac Ash
ton, .river: Col.Tllfonl nndlndv. II. r a .
JM, ifYUborn, l'ttirvlow lead mlnei: I). O.
-..Vl'...'
Handin,, MemphUy '.T." A.
Marshal and
1 r.mtlu rn....i.. , . . .
U , , 5 JU" -ftnoy Jjjjle, Uiz,
bethtpwn: J. T. Cheutliam. O
Ky.j Mrs. Llnd4Hy(and' child, St. Loois:
Murray Phllllui, 'New Madrid; '.' fv
.uuiapurey; Anna, m. " i i
Tho. following wejQ thorriyals t the
St. Churjes yostcrduy : T. "Welnn, Browm-
ville, Pu.; Dt.,Gbi.;Tdgbety, JinciUro,
III; A. P. Halo, Paducali; J.R. Johnson-
viii.. ii.i..'.S' i.. nl..A.'VM.1. ai ''
t nn. jkiua, AMiua. visia, viiiiwia;i' iiAnr-
tln Douga, . adtnt ,VorpVn, ilrf
vms, kow unant , Wf TlmorTren
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
ton, Tonn. ; "William Ur.van,
Jlusiellvlllo,
JCy.; T. Lourov.Kt. LpuIm K.O. Grave,
Mcil.pl.isi AV. Luslc, Cincinnati J 0. L.
Root and wlf.., ClilcHgoj A. G. Morrill,
Philadelphia; ;riioin.i S. Knight, Hendor
eon, Ky.; J. "W. Louden, At coin, 111.; Mu
AllOM.'OoticJoe, HI.; Mis Miinclo, Romeo,
Mich.; R. A. Hi rminely, Jackjuti, Tuiin ,
Alf. Cutting, Molropollsj "W. A. Widei
nnd funilly, Chester, 111.; Miss Comly nnd
"Wrlglil, Chester; Burry Brannock, St.
Louis; Henry Burnett, Paducah; J. 0.
Soldcn, Chicago; II. Herr nnd lady,
Chenoa, 111.: J. S. Falls, Pittsburg ; M.
Mayuelfl, Mefropolls j M. S. Uall, Qulncy.
Quango things happon in this world,
as will bo admitted nftcr reading tho fol
lowing facts: On lastlfucVlajyibl day af
ter "Walker killed Taylor.llttlo John Dun
nlng, sou of D. Dunning, of this city,went
to Gontralla in cdmpany with his grnnd-mother-
On tho day after Ihls arrival n
CcnlVaJia; Johnny, in company, wjthsoy-.
oral othor littlo( follows, woroout playing,
and -wandered 'somolwa'and a half miles
away from town into' tho woods. 'Whllo
rollcklnc about the woods Johnny saw a
man itslcop'uhdor. K.r8c,fiiori going close
up.tdhim saw that it was no other than
'Charles "Walkor, tho acgrp. who haa but
two days before killed another negro in
this rJItLittlo John, wlth much inoro
consideration than, many, persons .much,
older than he would have had,
started ( for Centralia and on
on arriving there informed the city mar
shal of tho facts in the case. The marshal
immediately summoned a posse, and,undor
(lio direction of little John, went to whore
"Walkor was sleeping and arrested him.
IIo was taken back to Centralia and'a tel
egram sent to sheriff Irvin informing him
of "Walker's capture. The sheriff took the
2:45, p. ru. train tho samo day, went to
Centralia, got the prisoner nnd roturncd to
Vairu UIl IUU a.av u. m. ubih ;iatui.j
where Valljcr, was lodged in jail.
, Mr. "Wm. Pitcher yesterday went to
tho place whero the remains of Thomas
Kennedy wcro found, lie identities al
most every 'article found about tho dead
body as tho property of young Kennedy.
thus clearing awav ovory doubt as to the
futooftho unfortuntc young man. The
boncs,wcrc gatherod up and placed in a
box and'brought to town, whoro. thoy will
bo interred untilll is ascertained what lu
position his parents wish' to niako of them.
Tho bottlo'found near wbcro tho dead body
was discovered is said to contain strych
nine, thus making it almost acertainty that
Kennedy died by his own hands. The
bottlo containing the strychnine was found
concealed under a loe. where, after takinir
out cnoi'gh of tbo deadly poison lo answer
his purpose he had hid it; Tho place
whero tho body was found is about, two
hundred-yards irom tbo road, at the end
of. the avenue, in a thick dark, gloomy
spot. Tho man evidently desired tp de
-etroybimsclf in 'n placo where his"body
would not be soon discovered, or ho would
aot have gono so far from the city and into
"this dismal locality. Mr. Pitchor will Im
mediately write to tho parents of thedcad
man, and break the news or tho sad
fato of their son to them in as gentle a
manner as possible.
Ho will also communicato tho facts of
tho c&so to the firm of Cussidiy & Co,
Cleveland, in whose employ young Kcn
nedv wat nt tho limo of his arrival in this
Mrs. Do Geeri whd'lecWrc'd In' ihi
pity some time ago,- has boon paying hor
respects to tho peoplo of Murphysborp in
about the same stylo as she did tho peo
plo of Cairo. "Tho 'Murphysboro Argus
objectsj and says : 'jMadamo lio Gccr, the
reformer, has been tcacbinc our debauched
anu vulgar uiu.cu, jui jonirui.uau tinst.
Sho U very religious, exceedingly tompeS
ate, very rauch'in favor of woman's rights,
andV knows more stories, older and more
vulgar ones, than a steamboatmnn or cock
fighter. Sho is temperate in everything
execpt'hor lovo.fur, money, her, good opin
ion cf Madame JJe Ucer, nnd ooscene gar-
roilty." Sho sald.Tnanygdbd things and
said somo oi inctn very won, out wnen
Klio;altcrapcd Uio pathctiu, her naturally
tiomely face assumod n di-agrccabio grin,
her voino resolved itself into a sickening
whine that tried tho nerves and'patlonco bf
tho entire audience Sho told stories on
Sabbatli ovo, to vulgar that wo dtiro not
repeat then in tbefo columns, if tho do.
pravity of our taeto should prompt us to.
Storiiyf so obscene and vulgar, that had
tliuy been told by one ol tne stornor sex
in tho" proiefiou of ladle, tho offender
would iiavo been hisiad andt hooted out of
tho pulpit ho wus'djccrating and hayo rc
cciovedj instead of 'signs of approval, a'
coat ol tsj-j, and featlieq;) and, yet, thoro i,
so much snobbery about th'o hotter portion
of our jommunity,tth'at' many of.'ourhnwt
intelligent and refined gentlemen and la
dies nctuUyJaughed at.tho old dinner and
seethed to think sho had mado a "ten
striKChivtiio uiroction or rotinomont, mo
rality and roligiohV'
Tho family procery storo of Bixby &
Koehlor Is heinu p'alronlrcd larcel v b'V pco-
pie who iiko uuo groceries, xncir location
on tho north sido.of 'Eighth stroct, 'bo-
twecn Commercial and "Washington ay.
onucs, ik a central nnc, and their stock has
been isoloct6d with discrimination, there
ffi this now enndidato for public patr'on
ago meets exactly tho.wants of jthofrpoo
pic. Messrs. roomer x nixby propoeo to
kocp up thoir roiJiitallpnjby always sollng
tho best oi an sorts oi grocorics to their
patrons! and tho public, knowing that poo.
idq gonbrally nro awaro' of tho fact that
really good,itlph38 of, any kind, nro al-
r... i ' v. , l, 1 . r
ways wiu i;iiuu'ueb in i..u uuu. i,i
ItOAlCD
inc. A acsirablo tront room .to
rent with board, sultablo for two persons
-,--,..( , .
Alio u fowelngle gentlemen can bo'a'ccohi-
modated with board. Apply on Eighteenth
itrcot, Go'mniorclal" avohiio andToplar Sf
septSfdlWj
For Bale or Exchanok ron Cairo
Piibptivry. I havo Onk Hundred and
.WiY ,qf' ' "rs't'"'s uhiniproVott
lunu.it) Johnson county, which I will sell
on roaionablo tcrnj, or.nxcliungc for, Crp
city property. ' Pope.
s aim -
iVor rALE. A cottHe ou )i!th street
"Wnt&lhinu -7 rooms, icfste'ru und out
housei complote. Apply to
. t, "W. "W. Thornton
EDUCATION,
ALEXANDER COTJNT'Y TEACHER'S
1N8T 1TU.TE.
REPORT OF THE THIRD
PROOKEDINOH.
DATS
T ;enty-tvo of tlio teneliots answered o
thoir ii'iiiR'S when tho roll was cnlloJ, ten
of the thirty-two being tardy or nbscnt.
After tho usual cxcrclso in singing, Miss
Kolsoy amused tho instilutoby instructing
them 'in n
' ' rittuAnr bkadino.
If Miss K. follows tho system used this
morning, wo feel suro that when her schol
ars lenvo her room for a higher grade they
are thoroughly acquainted with McGuffoy's
first reader.
After half nn hour's drill In thts'inter
estlng and important branch of education,
the- t-.
CRITICISMS
of yesterday's proceedings wore read.
Tbo critic considers thut punctuality is n
beautiful trait, and thought thero was u fine
Illustration of it, when tho roll was called
in thouornlng.
Shodoos notagreo with tho gcatlomnn
who said "it is no one's business what, or
how wo toach in our school rooms." Sho
noticed thoro was need of epittoons in the
school room. Thoro boing none, tho floor
was used instead. The. expression being
used, "n good deal of n town," iho ask,
for Information, how largo such a town
was, porhnps it is "pretty tolerablo'' largo.
Sho noticed a mcmocro: tno instiiuto muen
interested in Tni Bulletin during an
oxerciso in geography, this sho did not con
sider just tho thing, andweagreo with her.
Sho thinks "dead ontirely" an incorrect
expression.
Had Dr. Ally, been present, ho might
havo received a few useful hints from the
criticisms read, though we ay it most
humbly.
SPELLING, WORK AND DISCUSSION.
This exercise was conducted by Miss
Bollo P. Gowdy. After calling several
of the teachers to the black .board, she
gavo them somo "pro-fixes" to write and
then the deflinitions. After drilling the
class somo 16 or 20 minutes Mr. Sewer
mado eomo remarks." This gentleman'
remarks generally consists of his exper
ience in teaching in Michigan.
If tho Institute don't realizo that Mr. S
has taught in Michigan it will not bo his
fault. In short, this gentlemen has bad
wide oxperienco, and it Is our humble
opinion that ho knows as much about
teaching as 11. (j. does about farming
.After a recess of IS minutes Mr. Tulford
made a motion, which was carried, to" up
"point a committee of five to draft resolu
tions. After tho five wcro appointed,
Mr. Raymond moved that thero should
bo 'two additional names, as thoio
appointed wcro 'Calroites," arroVtfti" thought
it but just that the country districts should
bo represented. After tills oucstlon was
settls.d, Mr. Raymond took his pl-tce on the
platform to say something more on the
T11EUUY AND PRACTICE OK TEACHISO.
Ho varied his Tuesday's rcmarks somc
what by his " frightful example," enid ex
ample consisting of showing how "John,
a bashful boy, with tio self-respect, would
get up und "don sum" on thoblackboard.
Aside from this there was but little that
ivas new in Mr. Raymond's remarks. Af
ter ho was through, Mr. Sewer tools the floor,
requesting, the privilege of making n few
rcmnrks. Besides giving tho in,stituto a
few more of his experiences in Michigan,
ho gave, if possible,-a more frightful ox
nrnplo" than did Mr.'Knymond. After ex
cusing himself from further nttendanco on
tho institute, ho Lado an affeetionnto fare
well to all.
After the various committees on
RESOLUTIONS t , ,.
had retired to another room. Mr. "Wbita-
ker, of Clear Creek, proceeded to show his
ucthod of touching '
MENTAL ARITHMETIC.
Thii exercise proved to bo inoro, inter
esting than somo of tiio previous one's. It
occupied three-quarters of nn hour.
Tho initituto adjourned till 2 p.m.
AFTERNOON SESSION,
After tho opening exercises, Miss Rollo
F. Gowdy heard her clans, (none of tho
teachers taking part) read in Kidd's Elo
cution," questioning them on, tho, lestyn.
mis occupied thirty minutes. As none or
tho tcachora seemed to feel disposed to dis
cu6s'i1ip question, tho superintendent pro
ceeded with, the programme A song, fol
lowed by an excrciso In
WRITTEN ARITHMETIC.
Asi no teacher had been appointed
to conduct this oxerciio,' sOvdral mfnutes
wcro occupied before one ,was found wili
ng to undertake tho task. Mr. Pool finally
consented, nnd quijo a Spirited recitation
wits tho result.
At tl)c cloeu of this last oxerciso the va
rious resolutions wero read and adopted.
Hut ono dissenting volco was heard, and
that was Oiir'frlcnd from Tliebes... Ho ob-
oeted to tho resolution rofcrring to The
Cairo Bulletin. As his voico had been
almost cnliroly silent sineo Tuesday, it
whs most refreshing to near Rimco more,
as was ovidont from tho goneral laughter
and pleased looks throughout tho room,
Superintondont whlto then mado n low
closing remarks,- and tbo instltuto ltd
ourncd.
1 A A RESOLUTIONS.
Just Wore adJournmcnfoMhoinstltuta'
tho following resolutions wore adoptod :
Resolved, Tliat wo can' not too higqly
appreciate the untiring efforts of our
Wliite, Doiu Deioro anu uurieg our jistl-
ute, vo ruiiuu. .to tiuia iiiuuiutiiu uuu at
Iractlve, and especially in tho nronarHtloiia
.for the tlullghttul Bociublo of "Wednesday
evening, ami wmt his uuuorui courtesy nus
enuenrou nipi ip u ,u a geiinoman und
suporintondcnt.
nemiiveu, mat our Uistituto
it very largely Indebted to
Dr. Allyn for his excellent work
in it, evincing so muoh'of caroful and no-'
ourutq fcholarnhlp, and of adaptation to
tho wants of the institute.
RceoWed, That our thanks bo tenderod
tot lio oulccia of tlio Delta Club for tho
uso of their room for the Institute sociable,
aud to Mrs. Dr. Gordon for generously
allowing the uio of hor pluno on the same
octuulon. Our thanks aru IlkowUu duo to
the Mlsilou Sunday Si'hool for tho uso of
thoir orgun during our meetings.
lUsolvod, That the tUanki of tlio Stiiti-
OCTOBER 0, 1871.
tuto bfl tohdorod Miss Maltfo "Warwick
nn I lliu pjplls of tho Cairo sehoolt for the
excellent iiiuslo furnished by them during
the ouasioii of tho institute.
K olvi;d, TiiHt .tho thanks tif tho Instl
ti:.o ii l uidenid to tho olllcirs of tho M
, , ltii tlielr kludnuis in nllowing
tin r hot. f w irsliip tu be ojiunod fur the
Usu of tliu 1 f tute fyr ovenln leoturui
Rt'1vi'., . Ii i. we .lml hold In urn! -ful
re letn )r ik .hu lwspitilty ol ti.o
In j' Cilio. .'i 'iirlttliiini' our in m-
burs, tliv-ir . lurest ' our woik
us iimiiiloslcd In tiieli uUcndullcoMjion out
meetings.
Resolved, That our tiianKS nro uuo to
tho Cairo J'ulu.tin M'O full. ami fair
roport made by that papor of our proceed-
mcs.
DKATII8.
WitannAs. Death has rofnoved from our
midst an earnest and faithful laborer In
tit- itni-iin itf nnp vlffi-nrOiilllntlt. 11. B.
English, and alio Miss' Alice Emjufcris, as".
slsUnt teacher in tho high school of Cairo
tMcroforo,
licsoivcii. J hat wo rccognizo tne loss 01
Mr. English as a severe blow to our Insti
tute 11 lid to tho oducatlon'itl interests of tho
country, and ns tho translation from us of
much iiooienoss nnu promise, nnu, wun ins
friends, wo wish to express our nlnccru
ympihy in tneir bcrcAvtnicm,
Resolved, That in tho untimely and
painful closo of tho Ufa of Miss Emmons
our henrts can but bo affected by tho n
collcctlon of her great perdonal worth,
tho purity of her mind and tho singluness
f purposo as well ns by puinful regrets for
er loss and sutlcrinc, and wo Uesiro to
mourn with othor friends who mourn for
er.
Resolved, That & copy of theso rciolu-
tions be furnished to tho friends of the
occascd, nnd tho press oi Cairo for publi
cation.
OUR PUIiUC SCHOOLS-
kei.ort OP THE SUPERINTENDENT, AV. II.
V. Raymond, por tub month or
BEPTEMIIER.
Tho regular monthly written, examina
tion of pupils in tho High and Grammar
school departments of Cairo public schools
was mado October 2d, with tho following
result: 1 f
man SCHOOL.
A class averaged "4 por cent of questions
asked, with pupils ubovo claw avoragq ns
follows: "Will Christman, 02; Annio
Siiuonds, 84 ; Lizzio Lunc, 74.
Absent from examination, Mattie.Hiigcy,
Emma Redmond, Gattio "Woodward
R class averaged 78 per cent of tho
questions asked, with tho following pupils
above class average:
Georgo HcndricKS, S3; Mollio Riloy, 03;
John "Wood, 85:.Jcsslo Pbillls, 84; Henry
Bulrd, 83; Frank Gallahcr, 82; Josio Phil-
11k, 82; Georgo Torrence, 78
bscnt from examination except in one
brunch, Charles Larpentcr,
0 class averaged pC por, centor
questions asked, with tho following pu
pils above class average: L. Armstrong,8;
Emma Rllev, 89 ; Lucy Hawkins, 84 ; il
lio Smith, 70; Eva Ventres', 70; Leslie
Kinncar, 70 ; Callio Coons, 71 ; ayno
W hillock, CO,
Absent from examination Oscar liar
roll, Eugenia "Wlls ii, II vcy "Woodward.
TlIir.TEKNTH STREET ORAMMAR SCHOOL.
Miss Fn nk Bcebo, principal
A,clas uvc-raged 02 per cent, of the
(lUCStionf ulUed, with the following pupil
nbovc class average: Alice. Winans,
Ruby Ai.-ium, 77.
B cttM-r-JiYCiagcdJlu perccnts .of. the
questions akol, with pupils above clas
averaeo as follows : 1211a Rice, 81; Belle
Winter, ,88; Krmna Jumcs, 78; Emm
Myers, 7o; A.Willlhmson,71 ; Gracio Artcr
3 ; Hello Crawford, 71 ; Honorn Dickey, CO
C class avoraged 07 per cent, of the
questions asked, with tho following pupils
above class average : 3'"' Aver and
Louis Bros!, 7J; Fred; Slack, CO; ' Chas.
Parker, CO.
D class averaged 04 per cent, of quei-
tions nicd, with tho following pupils above
class nverago: Lona Comings, 70; Laura
Moore, 71; Charles Thrupp, 07; Lgbert
Smith, G5.
TWENTIETH STREET OR All MAR hCHOOL.
Mli Abbio Hatch, teacher,
A class averaged 88 per cent of ques
tion1) usked, with pupils above class aver
ago as follows: Ncttio LirnberL, 100;
Rose "Winston, 100 ; Julia Tlunsnkor, 0o;
Frank Mctcalf, 03; Ada Thornton, 02;
Willie Spider, 8.
B class averaged 81 per .cenj. of ques
tions asked,- with the following pupils
above class nverago: Callio Caycndcr, 02;
Ivatio Snider, 90; Louis Koehlcr, 00;
Frank Kendall. 87.
C class averaged 01 per cent, of quct-
tlo'ns iiskcd, with tho following pupils
ubovo claw average : Louifa Ktfehler, 85 ;
Cora Arick, 82; Katio "WilliuiiH, 76;
Miunlo l.$k6ior, CO; Mny Thomas, CO;
Mollio Cnvcnder, CO: Marsh ull Martin,
65: Franklin "Ward. 05: Corwin "Wal-
bridge, 03. W. 11. V. Raymond,
Supt
GeoIiok the barber, whom everybody in
Cairo know?, lately with Eschbach &TI100
hold, bus opened aidiop on Commercial av.
cnue, between 'Seventeenth nnd Eighto'cnih1
streets for tho accommodation of tho ladies
nud gentlemen of tho upper part pf tho
city. Goorgois (00 well-known to rcqulro
a reccommondatlou from us, but wo aro
glad to say tho Fourth Ward is fortunato
in being able'to count, him as a citizen and
jilSiShop us an Institution wlioro. all work
will iio executed in tho highest stylo of tho
tonsoriui art.
For Sale; Tlio iwo sYory'rrnmn hbtHo
sltuntod on Commercial avenue, between
,EIghtoonth.and Nineteenth .streets, .owned
by John Hegnrly, it-ollered- lor saio nt a
bargain. Tho houso contains, on tho first
floor 11 good and well arranged bar room
neatly fitted up, a largo, dining room
kitchen nnd two Bleeping rooms; and up
stairs sx rooms. In,tho roar of the build
ng iViv porch with Bte,psJeading,up stairs
Thero is a good' yard well enclosed at
tachod to tho premise's. For particulars
npply to J011N llEOARTY,
ut thu Gibson house, corner pf Comiuprcia
avenuo and Fourth street.. Oct. f, dlf
t For gbod photographs, porcelain pic
lures, ir pld pictures to bo 'copied, call 0.1
Tllo'iii if, No. 12-1 Commercial, nyeuue,. .Ho
a a go'i vorumaui Give him a trial,,
, 'r,, SOptlOtf,
xXhe 1 finest vitullk cliocolate paste in
glass, nt Jorgensoii's. tf.
Si'I.endis white ohorrits ut Jorgonson's
tr
OUR T0BACC0 MARKET.
iinvniw op Tifu (3Aiio toiiacco market
ion Tin: ruAit kndino sept. .'10, 1871.
At tho coniineaccmcnt of our Imt mm.
merchtl yo.ir, Oct. 1st, I87n, the tobacco
smnsur, presented uliyihlng but u fnvorubl.
r pro.nlsim; aspect for tho futur,.. Tl,..
rudo w,i wit'ioiit orgiini2atIon ami no ef-
otwas iin.de to seetiie alimnii-nta nnill
the seaum win fir iulv.itio..-d. D. Hurdit
Son, the present proprietors of the Dullard
tobacco warehouse, tsok tho mnttur In
hand anil on tho 7th dav of Fobrunrv
1870, ojiened tho season with tho first sufu.
Slnco then tho sales'havo been uvular nnd
receipts, .to tlio close of tho anason, more
than could havo been nntlclpiiicd, und the
proprietors of tlio Ballard wnrehouso feel
ncouraged to that extent that they have
mado iimplo. arrangement to handle with
ensunrid'fucllity, all tho tobacco thut may
Her during the coming year.
At tho opening of tho" season wo had but
few buyers except our local ones, who. be
it said to tlielr pralio, cainu forward with
commendable llberalltv und took alt ta
ilorings at satisfactory prices. Soon, how.
ver, ,a regular board of iiiutsiifucturinu
buyers i frpm abroad was organized and
stoadily Increased, when ut tho cluso of tho
season wo had orders on our files from
London,-Bremen and Antwerp, which we
could not (ill entire, owing to light re
ceipt.
In referring to our circulars to pluntcrs
during tho put year ye find nothing in
them to regret, and our predictions huvo
boon mninly fulfilled, nnd whero our ad
vice has been taken tho plainer line been
benefitted; with boncit intentions and a
strict regard to the Interest of Iho planter
and carefully matured advice, wo have
sought to lay before them, from tlmo to
time tho true stata of tho market nndhopo
they havo profited thereby.
Priccs',liuv6 steadily advanced through
out tho " season - - 'on all grades
except bright, which article reached
its maximum, in June, and has rulid
lower isinco. At tho close of tho
year our market is very firm, with a ilrong
tendency to u further advance. ThI,how-
ovcr, we think is entirely speculative.
Tho stock of 1870 was no doubt ovcr.ei
timatcd,, but not ns largely as is sup
posed by some. Thero U vet in the
bandi of tho planter, and local speculator,
joverul thousand iihds. lo como forwnrd;
and as to tho crop of 1871 there will lo
fully j of tho amount actually produced
In 1870, and'of abetter quality. The man
ufocturcr is pretty well supplied. Foreign
orders are nearly full, aud, as wo said be
tore, tho present connition is moro of a
speculative ono than from actual ncce 1-
ty, and we expect .tn seo tho staple rule at
about prcaent price until, say February,
when tho new crop will commence mov
ing and prices will rccivo a check.
So far as we can learn, tho frost litis not
injured any tobacco, and tho c-rop of 1871
we may consider safe. There arc some
viciiiludes to overcome, but all within tin
control of the planter, ami wo may safely
congratulate him.
Tho corning year we expert to challenge
tho world o,n ."bright wrappers, ' both lis
to quality nnd quantity, cured by tb
Wiikclleld process.
Tho prices in our market havo rangeo
from $2. CO to $118 per 100 pound', and th
average price per hhd. has been f 20.00,
With tho increased popularity our mar
ket has gained, both at home nnj abroad
we cannot but look forward to an incic.is. d
upply for tho coming year as our dernmid
s greatly in excess ef receipts.
I). Hup.d fi Son,
Proprietors Ballard Tobacco Warehouse
Cairo, III, October 1, 1871.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
. (ft( ,j ; . :
' ' FOR SALE i'l
At public auction, on tho 25th of Octe-
bcr, at No. 70 Ohio levee, all tho lurnlture,
books, papers, etc., upertaining thereto,
without reserve, for non-payment of rent,
Dan. Hartman, Auctioneer.
0C't5dld- . '
STOVES.
"Wo havo just received a large stock
of hoatinL' stoves for cither coal or
wood or .both, suitable, for. office, halls par.
lors or dining rooms. " TlVtcIi duplicate
anv Cincinnati. Kcanicillc or St. Louis
retail price lint for either anting or heat-
inn stoves. Orders by mail will recelvi
our'prompt attention.
JIEET.WAUT, Will ill
No. 180 .Cpm.njorciul jivumio.
sop21dlm
Lf.pt. .Mr. II .S. Haseall loft yesterday
for Littlo Rock, Arkunsas.
Frrsii Oysters. Luui- uow roceiviiif
dnllv. tho celebrated C. S. Maltbv's II . and
M. ljrand of fresh oysters', which aro unri
vailed, und for salo by tbo can or enso on
tho most reasonable torms. try them, nl
ways warranted uoou anu ireaii.
New Meat Mahickt. Nick AVIlliams
will open bis now meat market this morn
ing ut tho cornor of Poplar nnd Twentictl
VitroeU, whero ho will kepp constantly on
hand all kinds of incut and tho very besl
in tho markot. no will not permit any
butcher in tho city to oxcol him. NIcK
knows ins Ltishioss, and earnestly invito
tho public to givo him n call at hh new
stand. )t, , ,tf
'2 Tltv, tho Anioricnn club fish, put up in
oil, to be found at .lorgousen1.
Fhillip lAvmils uator of-liis trado
nnd warrants nil of his work to be of the
very veil material anu mauuiueiuro; gum
anteesln complete tit and entire satisfac-
ltA'.i ' nA .lonln-.tvln.
but mikes ovorv varlotv of toots and shoes
from ie 'heaviest cowlildo to tlio finest
French calf nnd-morocco; xioniso i.eo.
u largo stock on linnd,pW.oiii manufac
ture, and any ono desirous of purchasing
good custom worlt"clieiiii' should' cull on
him ut his shop on Eighth st., bouHi side,
Xr u.i 1',. n.,i. ' ,lf
near cor,nur,u v""; "-i vu, vmn'i -
At Jorqensen's you can got oithor fruit,
cornbllU, Nupoloon, tlornl, mixed briliant,
penrll (gun, A. 11. 0.,'mllk, domino, O.-
boruo, plokle, Albort,
collego; or forest
Engllsi biscuits.
ti.
Adams' dry corned fish, a inoH delicious
arthlo, in nbundanco at Jorgomion's gro
cery store., tf.
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALE.
HIK TWENTY-SIXTH OP DEC P.MBER VIXED
AS Tlir. DAY ON WHICH TUP. DltAWINO
WILL COMB OIT.
Dctorinitud to dispose of all the tickets
In ln loltry rnle Mr. F. Vincent h is c m
clii'lid to p.istp.iii.. tho drawtnir ut ti' tlio
20ih I f DiH'-mlier. He is now giving the
mtitli-r h x 'leva i d iitleniii,n, nit I is ini: t-In-:
with ill,- most gr.tlif, Ir g ui tcjs on
every liatid. Diiring u recent trip to Grand
lViwcr and other ni'l.li'ioring towns ho
disposed of nearly onu thousand tickets,
and tho demnnd Is rapidly Increasing, the
drawing will not fail to como off on tho
day named.
lhoro nro six prize.', the principal
prize, as is well-known, being a splendid
residenco, that was erected at n cost of 10,
lOO. Tho remaining' flvo nrlze nro at
follows :
Lot 34, block 4, 3d addition to tho city
of Cairo, valuod at $500.
Lot 32, block 4, 3 1 addition to tlio city
or Cairo, valued at $800.
Lot 30, block 4, 3d addition tho city of
Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 83, block 4,3d addition to tbo city of
Cairo, valued at $300.
Lot 17, block 45, In tho city of Calm
Illinois, valued at $300. octCdtf
RIVER NEWS.
AtllllVED.
Steamer Uttih, Memphis.
Utv ot Alton, Mow Urleam.
E. 11. Durfee, St. Louis.
B 1.I0 of Pike, St. Louis.
Illinois, Columbus.
R. P. Wult, St. I.011U.
Jas. FIsk, Jr, Paducah.
Virginia, St. Louli.
Sioux City, St. Louia.
A. Bak 'r," Capo Girardeau.
DE "ARTID.
Steamer Utah, St. louii.
Cltv r Alton, si. liouli.
E. II. Durfee, Nov Orleans.
Henry Ames, Nsw Orleans,
ltelle of Pike, Memphis.
It. P. "Wult, Memphis.
Illinois, Columbui.
Jat. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
Sioux City, "Whlto river.
There is a gradual decline nf one inch
a dav in tne unio river, xucroisnow
flvo inch!4 on Bnon Rock. Tho Misslr-
slnni li ilcclinlti." ateudilv. and four feet
and four inches It all tlio water they can
.. , , .... 1 , n-1. : .. . .
unu in me eriuuiiei. aiim rivvrs mi; iu
XJn lllilV lb IUU 9 IIAU Ik n iv iiiiyviiiviii .v.
.1... I. I.l. III.- t. l.r.nA.ail.la f...
them to get any lower but still they do.
At Louisville and Cincinnati the Ohio is
filling.
TH... I..IIh.. ....n.nlAil n S t L- .ntiAft,.
a ( , - ,.
MHMA . 1 1 r Btin nir -till A,,,riTllPI.
nl.l.
Tho Utah discharged at I. C. R. R.
wharfbcot 00 bales of cotton. She had a
light trip fur St. Louis.
The ILnry Ames departed for ew
Orleans with n fine load on herself mid
bare, a large ' portion of which she re
ceived here.
The City of Alton put off hero 111 balci
f tniws .--nn nnu n lair uii iticui,. ..,.
A-bieh e nlisted mostly "f railroal iron.
Tim V. II. Durfee came down witn
nod loail fur New Orlcam and addid
la izvh' here.
.... .... . (111... ..... In .10 tl.l.
,l,q ijl'iv ... " - - - --- -
...1 .1.- ,f r,l nm
onlv fonr f ut f ur inches In tlio channel.
.. . . . at
COttOIt.
The K. P. "Wa t ftTitoJ 2i hours behind
time. Sne left St J-ouU tciitnu mo i-ikc
I t. la 1 vaktilml litnr
a is a in 1 1 . ua w.. ......
.... .TT 1 11.1.
om took her down.
r . 1 a .....a tr.4t-.l I at
JLJUUU Villf.IUOI 'J
.. S A it I in h ftliri ajuiia.r
ii will be r auiKcu.
Mr. Jnck And ron, who went down pi-
.1. a I .. I.r. nl sirllfUl If (iTTi
1 V UII 1
... "! ....,. 11a sera iflli IVMft Alt9VQll
U I3 5 Ll uwhih v.. ..r -
ino iiinro Biuii iiM
hetto time hadflhonotcroMi'd the river bo
manv ihliCl.
1 Ha 11111 l-; a rnii ew...., a
n.. und will leave for New Orleans soon
tu hr curifo U completed.
rpi., xv .1. 1,.Mir-,4t tlmtrm m tliO DlCK
. . . 1l..1..nnl. Klirt ii'siti drvriUinil
two hours uhov Mound City.
Thu Siox City, for White Hivcr, had
s-nnil (Hi).
1 lie V irgiiii iwM,t.K o -
w.ll till out horo and leave io-ua
Af.ertuo scconu nianu irum i
wesicni iuu iiwrtvi. w
.1 I.IA.,I nil Ifi
OppOi'llO W U1 "u a
n sl wiiv 10 Bltvu tug uwmh ----
.IJ4UII1 w it s ei 1U1.U rt" ' a
linlil I WlS t lOUCnt 81IJ COUIU ou in.ti. "J
throw iil' water on the nro, wiiien
p,,t.d butween tlio niter onu 01 mo "
nnd thu in dd 0 hatch. According,
. 1 , ...
holo was cut through tho deck and 11 largo
pump of tno i-.cicun w-o j.mvv.. ...
- tlrnnm of Wator WttS
lion, uuu ov""
. li-ntlMl fill tho burnine timbers. In
auuri llinw ...v....w . (i
.I..... .... .1,,. flrn iva nxtinctlisncu.
leek is ono mns3 01 nurnt anu
hurt rrnn nun uuoui iuu un...
mi, hlln 1lllK.im ULltllUU. -
down iibout twoinoues. aii iu .v.b... -
lm llfilll Unu. 11 1UIUU uu.nuww
... 1 1 t. nn tlin II L!L h
II ,1,111111, 'GU. J. IU IUIIUX.HU -
freiL'ht that was in tno noiu aim
ni?ed : l.-siu uui. uuur, it- uu.
" ..i-tlll lfi
CUt Kl Jlim 1 0 UUI, 1IUM.O, l
. . 1 Mil 1.1.1 ..,(B R7 till I llini. ate
1.1.1 lna.i .( jk" inn niii iiiiifn. aj Lintd 1
nfUl iiU UUI. UUIUilD, jluv
a . 1 A" I 1 . A ...ni nil Af II 1111 lUI I
iisted of 120 sucks bran, 311 sucks corn and
.. P , 1, ,1 nn-
iuu uaios nay. iuiku iiu.h"" -- .
tatoes and hams was nlcoly cooked and
looked dollcious. AVo could not ascertain
.... . ii-l...., .,,111 llA
HOW jjrunv v..u viun.ww iu v..w -
but sunnoso that t wiil cost sovorai
......i .ii-. i. i.. ci.n will havo
to abandon her trip to Now OrleanB until
sho can bo ropnlrcd. Sho rccelvod all the
freight that sho had on board at tho time
of tho tiro at this port. Sho is a now boat,
und cost, at tho t mo sho was built, ?lot-
000, and wns insured for $14,000 at tho
time of tho fire. Tlio lira was burning for
lenJiours beforo It was put out. Uer 04
capo from destruction Is onu of tho most
rcmarkiiulo on record. Tlio. Aro I sup
posed to huvo originated from a cundlu
which wus U.lt burning in tlio hold.
Thu A. Bukor, from Capo Girardeau,
Brought uovfn w good trip.
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