THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1872.
TR A V ELBE'S GUIDR.
TIM E TAIILE or Til K ILLINOU CNTRAL . R.
On .n.i after Sunday; V 1M'. ' (0
BX ,in.e-ul,l. will govern ( "rival and d.rart
uraof pa.Dgr train, i"1"1
iarf-Mall trl- rfljr.- - .
Kipreaa, ilaily...-. l:a p.m.
jirrtM waiLd'Hy - ania.m.
j:ipwii... . i.iki p.m.
Calm and Si. Lonla f hurt Aic
No ilinif:nr from Cairo in I-o"1'.
oliane o' . iromTelro to ClilraRO. Klef-ant
rw'ng Hoo'n sleeping rara n night trains,
at-gage checked In nil important nolnts.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make thrae trips dally.
ttlllW C1UO I LKSVI Mil NU Cltt
At 7 ...... vm. At l:M
At II ......... .a.m. I At 1:3(1 p in
At '.......... p.m. I Al 6 -p. I"
Fare each ay, .10 cental 10 tickets for i to.
Will ln.,wh.n hailed, t any good intermediate
andinit.or paa.eng.eMor freight. novJHf.
KVANSVILLE AND CAIKO,
. The finestcamer
HU3 KOWLCK ...Maler
Will leave Cairo for Eunvllw every Wunda) k i'I
fhuraday eveulngs, at i 0VI.10 1, p.m. rui
frelgut or piasago, apply on bo.rdnrto
,11 A 1 1. IIOAT.
Tne splendid .tcamer
J !' U-r, Memlcr.
ea Oilro ;'., (viilay exoopted) at 4
rn. F t trunl.t ... p- u i .iinls on hoar il or
Jan3tf J AH MAU.OKV.AkI.
uinberlnttil silver I'ACkrli
'ASUV1LLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
Tlie splendid steamer
TOM HAKMAN-Maatrr I AI.BX. HAltD erk
Will leave C drn ererj SatiiM ay at 8 o'clock p.m.
forCUtksvllle, and Nashville. For frcittlit or
pH.atte, ap'ly oaonarii cr to
1 jana f J A". IllfiOS, Ait.
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
Til g&'.lant steamer
O WhK DA'13...Master JAS.P. JOH.SON-.Uf rk
Will leave Cairo every Thursday nt A o'clock p.m.
for Nmhville, CI irkavillMMul nil way point.. For
nelgnt or paaaaga apply on board or to
Jaii3tf. JAS. HUMS, Ag'l.
NASHVILLE, CLARKSVILLE AND
The good steamer
WII.ET 3IMM...Master JNO. lIAHI'KIt....i:ierk
Will leav Cairo every Monday at i o'clock, p.tn
or Na.hville, and all way porta For freight or
pM.ige, apply on Lfoard r to
J A, IIG0, A;;t.
in.niuitAN r tidkktn
KOK SALE, Fr Bui ( KOU UALE,
I Fcr Haiti 1
"OH SALE.) vo't rtiiUFOK HALE.
Faro from Livf.iM'ool,
JTaro froifi Lo.vnc.vKKitur
Fiiro from Olahoow,
Furo from Qukk.s.itow.v
10 OAIKO, $! 2 0
'ar?ord, Jlnrria 4 Cn
l.irtrpool (ir.rik and 1'hlliid. Iphia
ur.a coviatcr with I'mtlu TiTia tsu anna
For Crr)injr. tar .Malik.
FOll PASSAGE TICKETS
AI'l'LV TO JOHN O. DALE, Aut.
lSllruadwny, .NewVork, or to
11. 11 o u t t ,
Wahlngtnn Avenue, Cairn. nma. 51
DJl. J. U. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. J. McfiHulei'a dniu atore,
ter corner Conmercial atemie and Kitih.
t.th urett. a-31tf
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
nE.IIr:.V.h-.o. TMri,.,a,, afeet. be.
i.ii1 f." V "''lln avenue and Walnut atrea.
t)ic-li ooinmerclal areniie. up ttalra.
C W. DITVVIVI m n
a,'j,h"illI5:"H!ornrX"l' Walnut eta.
H. WAHDXEH M I)
iffl!;i2' '"""-t and
live over tt.S po.".!6' om''l'n ,'0""
111, and t to 4 u in houta-w to 12
Alil.EN.MULK.l5Y k WI1EKLBR
CODN.SELttKS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, )
John ll. Mulkey, . CAIIIO, 1U.IK0IH.
Samuel P. WliM.er.J
Partienlar attention paid lo river and ad
OFFICK-Ofer Firat National Hank, Ohio Levee.
GREEN k GILUEUT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William If rrAMd.
Willi.rn II (iilhert;
"",Jpei. attanlinn given to Admualtr ami
OrflCK OHIO LKVEK, ROOMS 7 SSU H OVKH
"-TY NATIONAL IIAVK.
RATOUELOK'S HAIR DYE.
Tin. aupertihai, lho ,, , w , (
Jrf..ly hartnl..., lM,.h an .!nt,nf0ll,.
Itodlaapro u.m.u, T.,.K uuw, w A
Irr'l lUIr ,.ro lit, ,nu,dU(rr n n
b'ik r brown. lo. nt (kn ,
Itavea tha hair dean, aotl am Umtif,,) 71,,
only ' oil priec Ulr dye. HuU hy ,i ,itl,.
flalt. Factary, 16 Bond St., N. r. K
J NEW, ADVERTISEMENTS.
EWD. MEAD & CD.
304 N. Fourth St.,
Keep a full line of first class
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEW
ELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WARE. This old established
house Intends to maintain
heir reputation of selling
Hood goods at low prices,
and are now oponlnn a
splendid new Spring Stock.
All orders by mail promptly
WtttClie and .leu'elrv carefilllr re.
paired hy llrat.clnaa workmen, uml
all k null of Jovi lrv unit .SDri-mura
taade to order.
Inr COlllllllllliCMtfnn nt IIia l)lla
.N'l Mi V. A A. M. wl I I.,, hel.l
inir d ly evenlnR, Airil Hie 4th, in
nan, vifiiiiii; tirotneracorulal
JiMia A, PlllLlia, Hec'y
Publication Ofllrr, Uullrtln IiiilliliriK,
(For Did Ilulleiiu.)
ANOTHER DASTARDLY MURDER.
J. C. t'LYMOKK, OF JOHNSON COUNTY. THK
!...... t 1. nn
Mitor Bulletin 1
-ur vitiligo was horrified thin morning
'y report that J. 0. Clymoro, Esq., of
our county. Wl i,...n .n....in....i .1.
ni.es Kouit, t twil near vt hat is known ai
w ttllllUUI I.U W(IIU CIA
lu BOrm l"u rt'P"rt. T, hiwo hick
ory eluU were tou.id ttulned S, b oud
and tho trail wB. fuwwl J'J bloud.
sou... thirty feet from the row,"..
It was dUcovered tho body l,id Uo,,
thrown ovor the bank Into tin. .
oight or ton feet below. The cap Rn
homo imnora ot the deceuHd. tnLeilmr
with his eaddlo-bags were found near at
hand. No clue to tho murderers as yet,
mid the greatest oxclteinont prevails. Tim
body had not bcon recovered up to this
You-will roniember that Mr. Clvmore
(being a claim n:eiit,) was before tho U.
S. dinrict court in your city on a charge
01 obtaining money for persons not In this
rounty, from which ho was exhoneratcd.
Tho general opinion Is that ho u. mur
dered for money. He was on his return
from the southorn part of tho county,
wliora ho had been to phvoH'a claim ln-ld
against biin. As near s can bo usccr-
tallica, 1110 uccu was voiiimitiou oetweon
tuven and oight o'clock last evening,
a woiii) vhom a rniKttt) or tut. iiuli.r-
To tho Editor the, lliillellnt
Aa u tnx-puycr mid Intorcttml citizen of
Cniro, 1 with to ittltl to ttio reHsunt glvon
In TF. IiULtSTiN of tills morning why
It should hnvo thu city printilig nl it Inrgu
ndvatico upon tho bid of tho 'Sun,' ami yul
do tho printing for Ut iian the Sun.
Thu vnluo rf fpucu in 11 paper Is in pro
portion to circulation. Ono inch In the
Now York 'Trlhutio' daily it worth por
h 11 nu 111, hay $500 and cheap nt that, when
ono Inc'j In n paper of tho circulation of
tho Cairo 'Sun' in Now York would not
command ten ccnta nor ho worth Unit
amount. Why 1 llecmiso it would not
reach tho people.
A column of city printing in Thf. Bui,
i.kti.v reaches at least four times aa many
as ono would in tl.o 'Sun,' and ii worth
tlx times as much, in all falrncsi, if reck
oned as the satnosort of work is reckoned
nt any nlhor placo In thu world, and thu
council no doubt will sodeclde.
MTTI.K tltlll. IIROWNKII IN a CIKTF.ItN.
Yesterday about noon a llttlo daughter
of John Cumtnliigs, ni.mcd Mary Ellen,
wnt to tho cistern nt lier parents real
dencu, iicmt UIiIii, whoro Mr. Cummluga,
formorly of Cairo, is now working for Mr.
James Morrin, and while attempting to
draw water with a bucket f"ll in and wnt
drowned. No person tar tho accident.
Tlie llttlo girl, aged oight yenrj, only a
few 1 ni mill's beforn her lifeless body was
(Uncovered In tho cistern, hud been with
liar mother in the housu. She laid her
doll on u sofa and told her mother alio was
going out into tho yatd to play "visiting."
While Mr. Cuinmingt was ut dinner, the
rarvunt girl told him alia could not find
the cistern bucket or Mary Ellen, and sin;
was afraid the little girl had tumbled into
the clstorn. Mr. Ctimmliigs became
alarmed and soon had his worst fears con
firmed, lie found his daughter In tho cis
tern ; life extinct dead. Sho will be bu
ried to-day at Villa Ridge in the Catholic
MURDER IN UNION COUNTV.
A MAN SHOOTS HIS UROTIIER
ESCAPE OF THE ASSASSIN.
On last Sunday, Win. Hicks, who hus
lived for many years about one milo west
of Jonesboro, called at the houso of his
brother Junius, who win his neighbor.
Thor had been a dispute between tho two
brothers about an old plow, and Wil
liam renewed it shortly after ho entered
tho houso. James stoutly maintained his
position in regard to tho plow, but with no
warmth or passion. William
soon became a raging maniac, and in a par
oxysm of rago drow a rcTolvor and llred
tlirco balls into his brother's breast, killing
him instantly. This was dono in tho pres.
enco of his wife and four children who
lied In four of their own lives. Tho
murderer, after ho had aasured himself;
that the balls had not failed to dj tho
duty bo wished them to perform, mounted
his liorao and succeeded In escaping from
ttio neighborhood of tho bloody deed. It
is feared the murderer will ba handed over
to tho mercies of Judge Lynch if ho should
bu captured by tho excited men who nro In
pursuit of him.
CAR HON DALE.
NKWS FltOM THK I.ATK HOME Or LOOA.V.
.... .. , Carhondaie, 111,, April !, 1S7J
Editor Bulletin :
You no doubt will bo ploased to learn
that Joseph Kobarts, formerly of Tiiic
MULLKTIN office, was elected yesterday
school director in school district number 6
of our city.
For tho past three years
our schools havo been cov-
erncd by it certain clique. Certain teach
ers must bo hired regardless of qualifica
tions. Coiiseotieutlv our achools beenmo
worthless. Enormous wages were paid lo
tho teachers. All books must bo bought
of certain parties. It went so far that a
child would not bo allowed to buv a slat
pencil outsido tho rlnir.
Joo announcod himsolf a candidate and
pledged himself to tho people that, if
elected, lio would bring to light some of
tho most Mtupendous frauds, which had
been practised by tho former diroctors.
Tho opposition brought out their old can
didate for ro-olecllon, who had been a
pliant tool and always ready to bo used
for any purpose whatever.
Tho penplo rallied. Tho contost raced
hot. Tho directors held open ono Jiour
ater than advortlsed, In hopes of rullvlnc
their strength and defeidihg Joo. About
2ft0 votes were cast. Joo received id
Our city and town election comes off
to-day. There is ronaldorablo excltomont
for a temperance town. The niirireri
wero addressed last night by many candi
dates. Iloyle, whoso siirnamo is Finnigan,
contractor of thu Normal, also addrciit-d
tho darkies. Ho used softer arguments
than brick bats. Tho latter arguments ho
used daily upon their heads while work
irfg upon tlm Normal, l'rospects for an
overwhelming fruit crop tlattoring.
MOllT Ah A1K AND All HEAVY AS 1.KAH.
Mu.ie m Athonoum to-night,
-Lent U K,mn, nd w wish our urn-
brella which was lBI)l wouldcome back.
The most trifling thing curronl 1.
-The dance at tho St. Charles to-mor-row
night will, It pramonltlon. ln
truly tho fuel In thucaso,bcngruiid affair.
Tho young folks who lately nccoin.
pan led Capt. Hainbluton to Nuw Orleans
havo not yot concluded to discontinue
praising the captain's kindnnss, gentle
manliness, courtesy, and all tlioso things.
Their good opinion in 0101 itod, Hamblo
ton is, as everybody knows, tho biggest
buurted man in the Mississippi valley,
If ho were to attempt to do a mean or an
unkind act, ho would dio with tho shook
of a new sonsAtlon.
Wo almost overlooked tho following
very good thing which appeared In lho
Mound City 'Journal of Int week I
S6mo Cairo mid Mound City gentlemen
met In St. Louis a lew days emeu and in
cidentally exhibited thu characteristics of
tho puoplu of thu two places. Said a Cai
ro man, "let us all go and have a Cairo
treat." Tho party proceeded to a saloon ;
oach took what ho desired, and tlm Cairo
man who had extended tho Invitation then
laid down n dime l'or Ms own drink, an
lutiliiation that each 0110 should pay lor
his own. Soon alter, a Mound City man
proposed thu party should have a Mound
City treat. All hands took a drink; then
tho Mound City man, by way of settle
ment, rapped on the counter and said
"those were mine." Such Is tho differ
ence between thu people of thu two towns.
At a meeting of tho Mary E. For-
By tho excursionists, hold In thu cabin of tho
vessel yesterday morning, Captain Wil
liam 1. Unlliday presiding, Dr. Casey
mado a speed) In which lie, paid to Capt.
llambleton many aiu riled compliments.
The conclusion was as follows :
I am so ro vou will iiltch with 1110
when 1 say Hint Capt. Humbloton is pe
culiarly adapted lo tho command of a
.Mississippi sluamur, and the wonder Is hu
did not uko to thu business uooiier. Hut
better Into than never. You will remem
ber that Columbus indulged In thu dry
goods butiness in Ills cany years, and It
was not until lato in life ho went Into thu
discovery ImhIiijm. Hannibal, loo, ac
cording to tho historian, sawed wood for a
living in tho streets of Carthago until ac
cident drifted him into a warrior, nlid
Noah did not no, all t no, ho was 11 boatman
until ho had livd a century or two. li.it
further illustrations would he Mipertlnuu,
and thorcfuro I havo to say, as 1 remarked
In the beginning, 1 havo no doubt of il in
lho world. In conclmlun 1 would sav. if
permitted, bully for llambleton."
THE LOCAL POLITICAL TOT AMI HOW IT
H0ILK4 THE I.ITI'I.K I'OLI 1 ll'lANS ANJI
THElll LITTLE WAYS.
O'd Mike Mahoney was defeated by
the council for 1 tilor's assistant thu other
night. Michael Is unothor of the victinir
of Councilman Wood, tho high-priced
commissioner of thu Carbondale Normal
anu Anna insano Asyiutn. jiiko Is u
lirst-cluss man for tho position. Wood
signed tho report recommending him to
tno council. And then went btek on
him I Rut that's n way tome people have
illlam Jlorrin, who was to have been
comptroller lad year, knows how It Is
Mayor Lansden, having been success
fill in his local aspirations having elunbed
to tho lofty position of mayor of Cairo,
has now tlxed hisongluoyo upon congress,
and has proo.urtid tho backing of .Mr.
Grant's man, Munn. Ho will go into tho
radical nominating convention with u
number of friends who understand how to
manage things, and hu has high hopes of
securing the nomination. His strung point
is, that nobody knows anything against
him, and that no republican candidate
who is known can hope to succeed at thu
polls. Which Is very truo.
Tho liberal republicans of Cairo
should show their hands without further
delay. If thoy mean business, now is the
time to act The day of tonuue liberality
has about gonoby, ad action U demanded.
Wo ure awaro of the ditllcullles that con
front our good friends, the liberal republi
cans. They have so long followed nftor
Mr. Munn that thoy fear tho crack of his
party lush, mid when Mr. I'opu raises his
linger and says: "You must n't boys; such
conduct will not do," their courago fails j
they settlo down into very docilo purty
men. Rut, for all thls,wo have littlo doubt
our liberal republican friends want to do
homothing, and wo think they should do it
Col. Wood Is anxious to bo tho repub
lican candidate for senator in this dis
trict, or failing in that to go to enngref s.
This fact is displeasing to .Major Rope,
who dosires to be consulted In such mat
ters, and the result Is that thu Major and
tho Colonel do not hitch teams kindly, tha
Colonol b'ling of tho opinion publicly ex
pressed thut thu Major is too much small
corn in a largo ear. Captain Linegar,
who oxpects to lead thu hosts of liberal
drinkers to battle this fall, must bo called
in, or the fat will,suon bu in the ilru; and
if he should fail, then must a na'.l bu madu
upon tho Gallant GenoMl Munn. I'eucu
must bu preserved in thu radical family of
Tho Cairo sido of thu Rollovillo 'Sun'
edited by thu Cairo Mde of Carhoiidalo
Davis, a fuw days ago, rebuked Kuv. Mr.
Shores for being in company with deino
cruts. He dosires us to inquire, whether
such companionship is moru obnoxious to
thu charge of wickedness, than thu habit
into which the Carbondale sidu of thu
Cairo Davis has fallen of carrying a mar
ket basket on Sunday and buying victuals
on tho Lord's day I "This man," said Mr
Shores to tu, "professes to hu 11 christian'
and maybe ho Is. I don't say anything on
that matter; but I do say, If he was it
member of my church I would turn him
uut quicker than a fly will drop on molas
foi.1' Wo buliuvu Mr. Shores is right.
Thoro is no doubt that Mr. Davis, on his
Carbondale side, is a sinner All the
religion ho has is on his Cairo ilda, and
that Is patent.
"Wo wish to take tlmu by tho forelock
and suggest .Mr. John Gladney as a proper
porion to receive tho republican nomiiia
lion in this county fur thoriir. Wo havo
too long tolerated in patience tho slights
which havo been heaped by lho vhiiu re
publicans upon tho colored republicans
Wo havo seen, during tlirco years, thu
while republicans tuku all the nominations
of their party and allow the black repub
licans to remain out iu thu cold to sinrvu
for public positions, until thu city council,
in which there vas a demo-
cratlc majority, rucoirnizml them
and Kavo tliem pos'lions. W.i
know tho black mun don't know thai
they have any rights except ihosi.
Col. Wood and Mr. Munn may graciously
them, but wo can't be luvo four
hundred and llfty black republicans will
much longer permit two hundred white ro
puhlicnns u Quj t)om by thor omi
therefore throw In this early word for
Gladney who m,,y ftUow Pope to soft soap
I'l'-' outor hisrluhu, but who can, If he
wishes, take the republican nomination
for sheriff this fall
Tho Flora Garden is for tale.
Thorp was no business In tho pollco
Try (ho Java Imperial Tea, nl Bristol
k S-.ll well's. 2-5-tf.
Col. Reunion Is now engaged In tho
service of lho Valley Transportation
Alba claims tho hoirtcst barber shop
It: lho city, and clmlleiigus, tho world to
tako tho horns.
The ciimi of John Sullivan, on a
chargu of robbory, occupied tho entlro
lima. of tho circuit court yesterday.
Jos. Kro Is building up a lino trade
in groceries at .Mendel's old stand, corner
Washington avemtu and Tenth street.
The 'Sun says olio sid of itself Is
not printed ut llulluvlllo. "Well, thoti, Chi
cago. The Plaited tiling ami print.iu 111
Thorn la a bad break in the fldowalk
on Washington 11 venue, between Tenth
and Eletenlh street, near Schoenmcyeri
Tho Vienna 'Artery' is for Brown
for congress. This will never do.
insist upon Lansden. Wu want him and
must havo him.
Thu I earning cnitutrnnnco of Judge
Mnrchildun, who is like Col. Wood and
don't liko ".tt di'imod ilULLErt.v,"
was seen on thu avenues yesterday.
Contractor Booth denies the report
that his hands struck fur higher WHges the
other day. Them has been no strike on
his work and he has all lho men he wants,
James C. Arlok, who has had charge
of tho whitu warehouse for sometime, has
accepted tho poslttloti'of freight u.erk on
J. M. Phillips' wharfboul, and has entered
upon his new duties.
Concert by Presbyterian Choir,
Roneflt of tlm Church.
Dr. Cusi.y had ureal ilitlleulty In tak
ing caro of Capt. Hnmhletoii itnd the
stcuner Mary E. Forsythe, during tho re
cvnt pleasure- trip of that vessel to New
Orleans. But hu succeedul,
Tho Vienna 'Artery' says the Harri".
burg 'Chronicle' says, '-Tho site of the
C. & V. depot at Harrlsburg has been
selected and that arrangement are being
madu tor the erection of the building.
Mr. John Cockle, of the Planter's
House, is rapidly securing a reputation
second to no hotel keeper in Cairo. He
spreads a tine tnhln and furnlthes to thu
public tho best of accommodations.
Sclinenmeyerhas rt-.ved the first in
stallment of Weill R- lhi season. It
is said to bo an en Ml a u tide, and thu
lovers of this liar ttvon.gu that ex
hileralcs but duct not intoxicate should
give Charley call.
Tho board "of examiners for this
county has buen died together by County
Superintendent Whito for the purpose
of oxamininc; would-be teachers. The
meeting will be held on Friday, Gth 111st.,
at 3 o'clock In tho afternoon.
The scholars of the Parish school will
givo an exhibition at the First (colored)
Missionary Baptist church, on Weduns
day evening, April 3d. On the ovenlng of
tho 4th, at tho samo place, tho Aid society
will given supper for tho boneflt of tho
church. Everybody Is invited to attond.
Rev. T. J. Shoiies, Teacher.
Stuurt & Gholson have removed from
their old stand irto tho room lately occti
pied by Win. Alba, and h avo opened out
a Ono stock of dry goods, notions, etc,
-Messrs, tj. cc G. aro determined to sue-
coed in building up a trado equal to that
of any dry goods house in Cairo, and
havo now the ability to sell goods of qual
ity its fine as uny in the market, and ot
prices below tho lowest.
It does not concorn tho public to know
where tho Bulletin got thu pros or fix
tures on which it is printed or who is thu
owner of the concern, and how much, If
aiiyiiiiiig, is owing on tno enlntUI-dimulit.
Wo got our press and fixtures at the
East through tho St. Louis Typo Foundry,
an excellent institution, run by llr.l-clats
men of thu unurcctic kind.
A short timo aftor tho II. S. Turner
left this port for Cincinnati, one of tho
crocodiles which ihe had on bmirdlf'or Rob
inson's menagerie, brokeout of Its caguniid
for awhilo was muster of lho boat, but af
tor slightly injuring tho aecoiid clerk,
James Bush, and a noirro man, it was so
cured and relumed to its cagu.
It seems to us tocomowlth pnorgrnco
from a laro establishment likH tho Bul
letin, to ho tin owing storm., when a fuw
pebbles at his frail structure might not bu
Anysnmll missels stonc3 or any o'hori
kind may bo flung by tho 'Sun"
without disturbing us. So, duar Davis,
come on with your rocks.
Mossrs, Elliott & Hay thorn havo
rocelvod a largo lot of tho ''Eureka" shoes,
with the patent wire. lock stitch, which it
is said will r.ot rip: ThUstittdi being wire
upon tho outside, cannot chafo off as thu
old stitch duos. It will not rip, is moro
pliablo than uny other seam, is smooth
upon thu insido as hand work, and there
fore makes thu shoo moro easy to tho fo.it,
while It has thu appearand) uf two rows of
whltu silk flitcliiiiL'. Thy aru warranted
tube an excellent shoe, mado of tho best
of material. Give them u trial. 3-3ltf
Lnst fall Luthor Br.yco lost n kit of
moulder's too's, Hu afterwards oll'ertd
$ i0 reward fur their recovery. On Mon
day Myers und Arnold camo to tho con
clusion that John Burke, who was'lhon iu
the hospital at this city, was- the thief.
Burku gulling wind of tho suspicion that
rested upon him, gave thu of!lceri thu slip
and took passagu on tho Idlewild for
Evaiuville, but 11 telegram headed him off
at Padueah, whoro he ard the tools aro
now uwaiiing orders from Cairo. Arnold
left (or I'liducali Tuesday evening to bring
lho prUoijor back for trial. Tho llttlu
matter of requisitions dues not stund in
tho wuy of a Cairo oUlcor,
Pat Fitzgerald, or tha sample rooms
has received tho appointment of agent for
the sale of tho Hanuuondsport, N. Y., Ur-
bana Wlno Company's wlnoi In this city
If tho bottlo with which wo hnvo boon
favored Is a lamplo of tho quality of
thoso wines, then wo aro propnrod lo sny
that thoy aro amotie tho best we havo ovor
tastod. Hu has Just received n largo con
signment, which ho Is prepared to sell at
tho lowest figures. Ho lots ulso 011 hand n
largo and complctu stock of tho various
branda of Irish. Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every varlctv.
Tho annual election of tho Arab firo
company was held on Monday night last,
and resulted iu the election of thu follow
ing officers :
President A. E'chbich ;
Vlcu-Presldent Wood Ktttoiihotisu :
Secretary Thus. J Ivcrlh ;
Treasurer Win. Klugn ;
Hoard of Directors Wood Kittenhoutc,
Thin. J. Kuril), John Gockel, J no. Preuss
and 7. D Mathus.
Foreman of Hoso Ed. Duzouia;
Assistant John Preuss.
Foreman of Llttlo Arab Sim. Kitten-
Assistant John Gockel.
Tho following is thu programme of
thu Prinbytorian Church Choir Concert,
ut thu Athcncum to-night :
Chorus j..Como with the Gypsy Bride.
Piano Solo, Willmers
3, Avo Maria, Owen
J. Grand Aria Webor
5. Flower Song, .... Ir.itu Opera Faint
Ml Mi lltllll)
0. Mlseroro, .... from Opora Trowttore
Mhh. LANbDEN, ANU Mil. OWEN.
7. Grand ejceiiu and Prayer, , , , , Weber
8. Chorus O, hail in, yo free
' Ballad Good byi, sweidheatt
10. Inflammatus, Siabat Mater
Concert to begin at 8 o'clock precisely.
Tickets to ho had nt Rorkwull & Co.
book store, P. G. Schuh's drug store und
at the door.
Reserved sent, villi be sold at the box
office until 4 p.m. to-day.
Cottage containing four rooms and a
Kiienen wiiu 101 -J.ixiui; sltuati'd on Pop
lar street, between Twentieth antl Division
Apply on tho premises or to me.
lit" James A. Fry.
The board of examiners for the county
of Alexander, will meet for the purpose
of examining teachers of common schools,
on Friday afternoon ut 3 o'clock, April
6th, I87J, ut the school house, on 13th
strcat, in thu city of Cairo.
John C. White,
County Sup't. of Schools.
Win. Alba hus removed his btrber
shop two doors below Paul G. .Schuh's
drug store, where ho will bo found tu.
gether with his brother Conrad swinging
his sharp razors as usual. The shop is
fitted up In splendid stylo, and a room sot
apart for the accommodation of ladies
who wish to havo hair dressed or cut.
AltltlTEU AMI UEI'AKTEH.
Steamer. Where frofh. Where in
ARRIVED AND DEPARTED.
E. C. Elliott... Cincinnati ..Memphis.
J. Lumsden... Nashville.
R. A Rublxigo Ohio river.
M. E. Forsyth. N. Orleans.
Kd. Hxhbs St. Louis...,
Hollo Leo. ...Padueah.
Jim. Fi.k, Jr. Padueah....
Ca,,itol City ...St Louis. ..
BIO MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and niht, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
torniH, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
.Special contracts offered oil favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olypiiant,
D. A. Rokee, Gel.'l. Supt.
Sales Au'ent. 3-lo-ly.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Uoro thu river is booming; that Is to
say, rlfinir very fa't. It i. partly out of
Tennessee river and also back water
from thu .Mississippi river, which nro ris
ing very fust. There is about l'J feet wa
ter now in tho channel to St. Louis, and
moro looked for, Thu Tennessee rivor is
on the rlo again. Tlm river is falling
again at ritthurg. Tho Mononuuhela
hus 8 feol, aidtho Allegheny 4 feet, and
it is expected there will bu G.aUOD.OOO
bushels coal shipped on tho present rlto.
BUSINESS AND WKATHKR.
Thorn was confidurablo activi v on the
lower landing yesterday. Thu wharfboats
aro fillud as full as lhy can hold, and lm-
mensu piles 01 freight nro I y I n ir on the land
Yestorday' was a disagreeable, damp
The Mary E. Forsythe arrived from
New Oilcans early yesterday morning,
and is now loading for n return trip. Tho
pleasure party who mado tho round trip on
her expressed themselves highly pleased
with tho trip, and there will uvur bo a
green spot in their memory for Cupt.
llambleton and his polite crew.
The Bulle Lee returned from Padueah
with COO hogsheads of tobacco, and will
fill out her trip horo with all she can
Tho John Lumsden came in from Nash,
villa with 11 fair load of freight, und us
usual sho went up tho Mississippi for a
load of corn,
Thu Ed Hobbi, with 11 tow of Iron on,
passed by for PitUburg without landing
Tho Emma C. Elliott had ti fair trip of
freight, und a cabin full of pcP' r
Memphis. Captain George Alcoke Is nor
chief olerU and is bound to become rt-.
vorlto In his trade, for his gentlemanly
traits of hoart slid character.
The Minneola passed down only tnoder
utely loadt'd. Sbo received, several tons
The Baboago went up tho Mississippi
river n fuw miles to meet tho Lookout
with h tow of coal, and returned in the
ovenlng with two barren.
f'ily Xiilloiml Itimk tliillilliiir.
.Hpeelal attention paid toorder. from fleam
nals nlxh I or ilav.lsa
St. Louis Advertisements.
W!.Hr.M AMI I.Kt. (JOHN.
an cr.aoa To roil It a aTmarLiTa
llrt'llljrrr nml Vtlioloalf Dealer In
rwrrlKM aail Ilium-Hi ir
W 1 i ES A ND LIQUORS.
No. i't'l Ohio Lf.vek,
HKktep.cn hand on.tantly a full tnek o
lid Kentuckt II', 1111,011, live and .Mtuiunii
l.ela Wlu.kle., Frelull llr.lldl.a, llbllaud ll'.n
HhllH' and ;aliliirui Winea I h.ull
WM. II. SL'HUTTElt,
liiiiortrr nud holeMlr DvMlnr In
WINES, LI QUO US,
T033.A.GCO &c CIGAR3.
AKeul fur the tie. I hranda of
CHE AM AND STOCK ALE,
luipurls-ti Aim ot IMIIeresU Ulssata.
75 Ohio Levee,
11 raino. l!.f,ifoi.
uah rt rr:ius.
II. T. GEKOULD;
3TEAM AND GAS FITTER
JAM IIXTI KIJS.
(la. Ki'ler'. and Mumlr'a material. Woo
pump, tl"l.e and anic,.- valv.a, atop
ccH'k,ch. ck valves, etc,
Lo uir ma
rulta Mrolliers Pnlenl Dry Meter
Ami M.ireh.uce, Well. A Co'a Amomatic Wate,
Indicator and riippl) Valve for .team tmlera.
WINTK.K'a IU.OCK, COIVtr.HCtAI.-iVKSU
LOUIS J 0 H G E N S E N
Ialri U all kind, of
STAPLE AND FANCY
t'nruirr'n Yard nml nlnhllna;
Cor. Wdaliingtou-av. and Twctitictli-H.,
l'AKKEH k liLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
l'utlr, Ilenxliie, Onaollnr.
And the eelehrated illuminating
IIUO.H' HL'It.llINO, COH. llTII-HT. A COM
CaiSO, - ILINOIf.
II IT NTHHES
S A M W I L S O N ,
Dllltl I V
JBO.A.Ur SI'OBS j
o it 0 o E R 1 E s ,
Ohio Levee : : Cairo, III.'
nanaaa panHrTLV rnitrn
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o every deivriptWn,
LATH, SUINGLE3, CE9AB POSTS,
DOOUS, SASH, HLINDS;
Furnished oa ebnrtest nolke.
Uommorcial-OT, bet. 10th and llfh-sts.,
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