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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRtDAY, APRIL 19, 1872.
TlUE TABLE Of THE IttlKOW CENTRAL B. -",,T"fc
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L'alro&tv ferrv bompAhy,
Cairo, nil.. April IS, IS74. J
Nolle I hereby given that the regular nnmisl
Tneetlnff ol the stockholders or thl company
will u neiu u inn wnilimilltt l omor, coinrr
xiiili street mil Ohio levee. In tli a c ir.
rljr. May th. 1(72, at 10 o'clock a.m. for the pnr-
7 "mJ will, C, ill It CIUVK P. 111. ll "' '"
pose of electlog seven (7) dlrettoraio terra the
ensuing year am, wr general mininrri.. ,
WHOLESALE 1 WHOLESALE I
tlVxf can from Cairo to 81. Louis. No
..Um eVet from Cairo to Chicago. Kletsnt
revlsf Roan sleeping , ear on night (rami,
eggage checked to all important points.
CAIRO AND MOUND CTY
Will make throe trip dally.
ai v....... ........a.m
At II ..-a.m
At 4 .10........... p.m
andiDf lor passengers or
tiAvixo not so tur
At 8:30......- .m.
At 1UW ...-.-....p m.
At 6.... pjn.
:h war, M cental 10 tickets for UK.
,whsn hailed, at an Rood Intermediate
r passengers or freight. normr.
"CAIRO AND PADUCAU
The splendid steamer
Oilro DULY, (3inWys excepted) at 4
V.r irelzhlor pt applr on hoar d or
ttl Will flll Ik'I
WAS Jtiiti'l'Wlw fiK
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
KFICE Over M. J. McOsulej's drug "lore,
near corner lonmerciai avenue ami
WILLIAM R. 8MITI1. M. D.
TJESIDENCE No. 21 Thirteenth atreet, bo.
XV tween Waahingion avenue and Walnut street.
Omce 11 Commercial avenue, up atalra.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
TESIDBMOE-cornerNlnth and Walnut ets,
XyOrnee corner Sixth atreet and Ohio levee,
utnea hour from 8 a.in. to 12 m., and 9 p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
-DESlDENOE Corner Nineteenth atreet and
S Washington avenue, near court house. Of
ftee over the postofflce. Offlco hours 10 to 12
a.tn.and2 to4 p.m. janieif.
R. S. BHIGIIAM, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
, 1M Caawaarla Avanui,
Especial attention pa'.d to the treatment of nil
Chronic Diseases. .10lm.
ALLEN, MULKKST & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen,
John Jt. Mulker,
Samuel P. Wheeler..
"Particular attention paid to river and ad.
OFFICE Over First National Bank, Ohio Levee.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II, Green, '
William 11 (iilbert,
Milea P. Gilbert,
axsTSpecia. attention given to Admiralty and
OfflCI OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AMD 8 OYER
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
FOR SALE, "I F Baler FOR SALE,
fOR BALE. J For Hale FOR SALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londcndkbrt
Faro from Glasgow,
Fare from Quxknstowh
lO OA1KO, ; - : t : : s : M 8 2 0
Saltord , Morris A Ca
Liverpool Mew-Tork ahd Philadelphia
tia coxraiTT wirn cxirxo states, and ssitiiu
For Carrying the Malls.
FOR FASSA"gE TICKETS
ob rrimia ixrosNATioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
15 Broadway, New. York, or to
Washington Avenue, Cairn, nois. 51
Aro telling tbclr immense stock ot
TO ALL COM KM
AT WHOLESALE PRICES.
Remember, wo make Re
tail Sales at wholesale pri
ces, for the following reasons :
Our stock of goods has been
purchased direct of the first
hands, (manufacturers and
agents), previous to the great
advance in prices, which saves
us a handsome profit, and will
give our customers and pat
rons tho benefit thereof. Our
large purchases enable us to
offer at all times better induce
mcnts than any house in this
Our largo and quick sales
allow us to show and offer
the freshest and latest styles
of goods to be found in any of
the largest Eastern Markets,
Our long experience in busi
ness enables us to offer just
what our trade demands. "We
warrant our goods to compare
1 in quality, styles and prices
not only with the Cairo Mar
kct, but with any of tlic larg
est Eastern Markets.
To convince vourself of
these facts you may pick up
any paper in which you may
find a price list or any quota
tions of any house at Chicago,
St. Louis or Cincinnati, and
HI 1 11 A i.
we will at an umcs meei
with them in quotations and
Bo sure and give us a trial
before purchasing elsewhere,
and be convinced this is no
humbug that wo do sell, from
the smallest to the largest, at
the current Wholesale Pri
ces. Wo have made this a Mot
to of Business, and hope to
get an liberal patronage from
this city and surrounding
ST. CH ARLES HOTEL,
F. D. RT.XFORD Propricto
COta OHIO UU AMD HECOXD ST.,
Jht Only Hnt-Clau Home in the City
mtr Baggage conveyed to
nd from the l)i,o
Publication once, Bulletin Building,
Tlio undersigned tins for Mile, at low
price, a flue liowonnd ipring wngon. In
quire ut tlio Cairo City Wlinrfbont.
i-Htr. MAT. CLARK.
CAIRO & V1NCENNES R, R. CO,
The annual meeting of Stockholders ol Cairo
A Vincennes railrosd will be held at trio otllce of
thecompaay, in Cairo, Illinois, on Tuesday, the
23d day ol April, for the purpose of electing Di
vectorafor the ensuing vear, and fir any oilier
tiusinets proper U corne before such meeting.
S-H-dw. A. E. 11U11SSIDE, 1'resldeut.
EXCURSIONS KENTUCKY BLUFFS.
Tlio furry boat, during tlio present high
water, will extend her trips up Willow
Crock to tho Kentucky Muds, leaving
Cairo at 8 a. m, and 2 p. in.
ibiiwiUbo a very pleasant trip for
families mm picnic parties. 4-Utf
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN DANK
A assignee of K. K, Hall A Co., bankrupts, 1
will offer at, public auction at the court iioune
door In theclljr of Cairo, Illinois, on Wednen.lay,
the eight 4jr 01 May, A. I), mr.comin.'nclnj; at
en o ciook, sb m iu iviiukiuk uc.cmxxl prop
rlv. lo-wlt, '
Lota numbered thirty-seren (37,) llil'ly-dght
thirty-Line (l and forty to, in MociL num
bered slsl, -eight m, is the city of Cairo, with
SBaiiroafunta4hMrAaa- doMalatiJiff . of fourtene.
maot liousaa Ac. Terms, one third cah, and
uanriasisi8)ortwaJv0lUJmontns wnn 111
eud security. 1
HTKPHEN E. JONES,
cat., m 1 A'eefB.K.IIALLAC(J,
Ora,oilurrt atloruays. 4-.80td.
BERK8UIUES. BERK8HIBES. "
' jifsftSStf ? for salt I'igs of ibis,
,SLS!f AS.'.'i.elr. "t akin. No
lit si. . "V stinri, JIUIU
WfcUNEnlUY, MAT 1st. lb7'J
Speeches and u concert will U among
the attraction.. lcu cream, kmoae0
coffoo and other rcfreihmcnU will be,
furnlihed In abundance. The garden will
bo renovated oxprculy lor this orcakion
and tlio inananors will exert themselves
to mtiko this tlrt May picnic tlio inott
pleasuiit and enjoyublo ono of tho season.
Tho publio aro respectfully Invited to
attend and enjoy themselves and thereby
coiiiriwiie 10 a good cauie. Ticket 20 cts
H. C. TIIIKI.KCKK.
Comiitllleo of nrrangeinenls,
BBVKIlAI, EVENTS Or YETER1)AY, AND
COMMENTS CONFINED TO NO DAY.
Tnblo (Jutlcry at P. D. St Co.'s.
Mrs. MaL llurns was burled yostor
day. Remcmbortho first of Mnv-stnlo and
county taxes. "4.l7d&w.
Buy the now Fire Proof Lamp chim
ney of P. D. Je Co. 4-172w
Tho probato court Is waging along in
a quiet manner, disposing of business with
Tho sun not tho luminary of tho
levee cam out and blazed n moment or
two and then retired again.
Tho assessment of c!ly property has
been discontinued by order of the mayor.
The stato law is tho matter.
It Is said, that a negro was scalded by
tho Galllghor boiler explosion and run
ning up tho loveo diod, which Is, most
probably, a sensation.
Ilnrrison, tho murderer of Swoboda,
has employed Lincgar for his defense.
Moisrs. Allen, Mulkoy & Wheeler, will, it
Is laid, bo on tho sido of tho prosecution.
Woodward's business has so largely
increased that ho must build another houso
bcsldo his present storo building, so that ho
may have room for the imnienso ttoek of
goods he is compelled to keep on hand.
A largo and soloct invoico of Uro.
laskis warrentcd homo niude. Ladles,
mirsc', and children's shoes nnd slippers,
just recoived and on hand at tho City blioo
Two inquests wore held yesterday
by Esqulro Mellalo ono on tho body
of Swoboda, murdered by Harrison, tho
other on tho body of Stump
who was scalded to death by
Gallghcr's old boiler,
Mr. Grccloy, of tho New York storo,
left yesterday for Washington to attend
to business In tho patent otllce. Ho will
return tin Cincinnati and bo present nt
tho Cincinnati convention as n looker-on
P. II. l'opo, Esq., in rt political sense,
is. post praying for. He was for a mo
mcnt nlmoflt porsuadod to bo a Llboral
uood bov, but Yesterday wont back to
his Grant vomit, and is lapping It again
A social danco will be n by Mrs
Hendricks, ut number 131 Clark's build
tng, Ohio levee, near tho stono depot, on
Friday ovonlng, April 19th. A pleasant
tlmo Is In storo for thoso who may attend.
Tho Ohio & Mississippi Railroad will
lako passengers to tho Cincinnati conven
tion round trip, from St. Louin, for $10.
From Odin, tho samo.
W. II. Halk,
General Ticket Agent.
Steamboats, slnco tfco Oceanus explo
sion, havo bcon tarrying at our wharf to
clean out tho boilers. It is now believed
by many that nbsoluto safety cannot bo
guaranteed to any boat passing into the
Mississippi with boilers full of Ohio river
The radicals yesterday mitdo an at
tack on Councilman Schuh, and attempted
to frighten him out nf his liberal strong
hold, but without success. They woro re
pulsed with slaughter, Fisher being
mortally wounded and l'opo consider
On Wednesday night flvo or six negro
mon set upon n wiiilo woman anu be
labored her with their fists in a shameful
manner. A whito man standing by, said
ho would havo interfcrred, but ho heard
tho woman call ono of tho negroes
"honey, "and thought sho therefore de
served all sho got,
In tho polico court yortcrday,hl.t hon
or 'SquiroShannossy, fined ono John Har
ris, a colored man, five and tho usual costs,
on a charge, of disorderly conduct. Ho
was sent to tho culabooso for eleven days
Dominic Poono who says ho U a French
man from the south of Franco, was up for
being drunk. He had not been very drunk,
howovor, and his honor permitted him to
Rov. Mr. Shores, the distinguished
colored Baptist minlstor of this city, hero
toforo it vory ultra radical, has expressod
his adherenco to Charles Sumner in tho
fight of that statesman with Gon. Grant
and doclaros that, if the Cincinnati con
vontlon sluill act with wisdom, he will take
tho stump and dofeat tho president's
ro-olcction. Tho fact of tlio detection o
Mr. Shores has created great consternation
among tho prominent radicals of Southorn
Tho warm days of Summer aro np
proaching, when wo shall nil bo pestered
by annoying mosquitoes anil hopping
fleas, but which will bring along with
theso trials the luxuries of Ice cream and
sndu wutor. And tvhoro shall wo go for
cither ico cream or soda wutor but to Phil
Saup's. Ho is already furnishing both
these delicacies to inquirors, and wo can
assuro all tho public thut thoy aro tlio
best of their kind oxtant. His saloon, on
Commercial nventio, is noatly fitted up
for tbo accommodation of ladies and
children, and 110 Improper characters 11 ro
over permitted to untor It. Tho attend
ants aro polilo and very attentive to tliolr
duties, and parents may entrust their
children to their caru without tiny misgiv
ings of uny kind. 1-11-ml
Mrs. Swander, on Commercial live-
Tbo funornl of Joseph Swoboda will
tako placo to-day at 1 o'clock from his lato
residence. A special (rain will leave tho
foot of Eighth strcotat half past 1 o'clock
for Villa Ridge. Tho friends nnd acquain
tances of tho deceased nro respectfully In
vited to atton J.
Tho funeral of Iiarrison S'tump will
tako placo to-day nt Villa Ridge. Serv
ices at tho Catholic church. Truin leaves
foot of Eighth street nt half past 10
o'clock p.m., stopping nt Cairo City Mills,
Twentieth street, for thoso wishing to get
on nt that point. Mr. Slump died nt 8
o'clock yesterday morning. Ho was sixty
years old 8th of January laf, nnd had
boon engineer of tho Cairo City Mills
THE MURDERER HARRISON.
INTERVIEW WITH A 1IUI.I.ETIN UK PORTER
VERY LITTLE TO SAY SORRY, 1IUT
CAN'T HELP IT.
Tho murdoror of Joo Swoboda, William
Harrison, is well-known In Cairo. Ho
has for a long tlmo been bar-tender In tho
DelmonlcO saloon, Commercial avenue,
and -has tho reputation of n quarrelsome
and dangerous person. Ho Is small of
stature, oyes of light gray, light lmlr nnd
comploxlon, with a doubtful kind of expres
sion altogether indescribable. Although
n married man, with ono child, ho has
been for long tlmo a constant frequenter
of bawdy houses, and of lato has been in
fatuated by tho wiles of Grnco Windsor's
not very prepossessing sister. His friends
havo concluded to rest his dcfeiiao on tho
plea of insanity, but cannot, probably,
iiiako it good, slnco ho has novcr been
suspected of any lack of good sense.
Ycstcrdny morning tho representative
of The Bulletin visited the county jail,
whero Harrison is confined, nnd whs al
lowed by Jailer Fitzgerald to Interview
Our reporter found him In a coll on tho
west side with two other prisoners. Ho
was calm, and guarded in his conversa
tion, having doubtlessly profited by the
advice of his counsel, Mr. D. T. Lincgar,
and his friend Mr. Henry Winter, who
had just left him. After hand-shaking
the following conversation ensued :
Reporter God mornlnir, Billy.
Harrison (coming to tho door) Good
Ilrnoricr Am sorrv to soo vou in tins
tlx, Billy, but suppose it can't Lo helped
Harrison I am sorry tho thlnrr hap
petied, but 1 can't help it nowj its dono,
and I'll havo to do tho best 1 can.
Hrporier When will your preliminary
examination take place.
Harrison 1 don't know, out 1 sunposo
in two or three days.
lltporler its pretty rouiru to uo con
fined in such n place.
Harrison it Is inai: out then .Mr
Fitzgerald troats mo mighty well, and you
bet ho won't loose anything hy it.
Jieporterllow many aro thero in 1110
cell with you.
Jiarnson incro nro inrco 01 ut: it is
pretty close for tlirooporsons. Say, don't
you fellows do nnythini; against me. 1
can favor mo if you will.
This was all. Ho was as closo as
WHAT THE CITY GOVERNMENT IS DOINO,
AIN'T DOINO AND BllOULH 1)0, WITH AN
OCCASIONAL REMARK AIIOWT A CITY OF
FICER OR TWO.
Tho colored nail-drivers of tho city
have mado tho much-needed reparation of
tho south sido of Twelfth street betweon
Commercial nventtO and Loveo strcot.
Mr. John Clancy protests that tho north
sido should also bo repaired, and wo aro
happy of tho opportunity thus afforded us
to agrco with John.
Would It bo considered nn attack on
tho municipal government lo call atten
tion to the fact that tho hog orditintieo is
not being enforced 7 Hogs nro as numerals
on tho stronts as loafers in I'uduciili, nnd
tlio ordinnnco remuins 11 dead letter, Can
it bo poisiblo that any of tho city ofllccrl
intend to bo candidates for office this full
and think tho enforcement of the hog or
dlnit.ico would deprive them of tho votes of
tho hog ownors?
THE BOILER EXPLOSION.
INtjUEKT ON THK IIODY OK HARRISON
STUMP, THE ENfl INKER. EXPLOSION
THE RESULT Of A DEFECTIVE NOtLER.
Harrison Stump, late engineer of tho 1 m-" "T -
Calro City Mills, died ycslordny of tho In- Loulsvlllo Cincinnati"' w n
ARRIVED AND DEPARTED.
Bteamer. Wher. rnm ,...,..
Tlio commlltco on streets did not
niako n mistako when they placed tho
sowors in charge of Jailer Mcllalc, and
tho proof of this pudding Is in tlio eating,
Tbcro has never been 11 year, In tho his
tory of tho city, in which thero was ns
littlo sipo water insido tlio lovecs as nt
present, after the rivers had been abovo
tho mouths of the towers as long as they
havo been during tho present riso, and
the reason is, McUalo has stopped several
leaks caulked tho city as tight as tho hull
of a stetmboat.
Juries Inflicted Upon him by tho holler ox
plosion of Wednesday morning. An In
quest was held on the body by Esqulro
Mcllalc, and tho following ovldonco elic
ited: .1. O. SMITH,
by occupation n machinist nnd engineer,
testified 1 ,
That tli n explosion was tlio result of n
bad boiler-head.; that the boiler had lo
his knowtedgo lii.cn leaking for tho last
tlirco months; I lie explosion took place
at about 11I110 o'clock n.in , April 17th,
Hi 'J : did not know whether Stump had
ever informed .Mr. Galliglier ot tlio con
dition of the boilers.
Testified That tlio deceased died from
tho effects of n very severe scald, the
xploslon of 11 steam boiler; ho was not
present when tho deceased died;
deceased did not say any
thing about tho explosion, nor did ho
maku any allusion to tlio muter, nth or
than that hn had 11 pretty hail citsu ; tho
deceased died in what physicians would
call n shock, which in this case was the re
sult of u severe scald, the shock usually
lasts about fortv-eluht hours, when it re
action takes place ; but the decased died in
merchant doinir business nt the cor
nor of Nineteenth street and Commercial
THE SWODODA HOMICIDE,
INQUEST HELD IIY ESQUIRE WILLIAM
V HALE. EVIDENCE OV THK DKMIRKl'S.
A C0LD-I1LO0DED MURDER.
Yesterday morning Esquiro Mcllalc,
(the coroner being unwell), held an inquest
on tho body of Joo. Swobodn, having
summoned tho following jury: James
Garland, foroman; John (J. Robinson, M.
J. McGaulcy, Thos. J. Kerth, Win
Shlck, W. C. Mehnor, Thoodoro Vor-
Parsons, Davis & Co., sell WeTtcn'.
holm " Knives, i-lVlw
Fresh ctock of Sliver Mated Cattei
at P. P..& Co.'s, 4-172w
ue, in tbo Athonoum building, is offering
unusual attractions in tho way of spring
and summer goods to tho ladies. Hor
stock is composed of now goods through
out, and every nrtlclo U fushionablo, choap
and handsome Space forbids the mention
of all tho articles which Mrs. Swander of-
furs to her customers, but among thorn
may ho round huts, bonnets, flowors,
French and American, ribbons, laces,
fringes, embroideries, hosiorv. Indies' nnd
children.' plain trliumci
suits, infanta' laeu setts, an elcgaot assort
ment of kid gloves, Jewelry, and notions
of every kind. These good woro tilfse.
Iccted porsona'ly by Mrs. Swander, and
are oll'ered to the public at prices jowca
than they can bo bought olsewhoro in
this market. All goods marked In plain
figures. Call nt once, ladies, and socuro
beautiful goods nt low figures.
vecs, William uccKcr, J. wngioy 11 ill,
Lyman James, Henry Shick and Henry
Tho first witness was Kliza, nn inmate
of tho Windsor bawdy house, who testified,
tho first sho know of any difficulty Swo
boda, who was in n room on the first floor
of tho houso with Harrison, Ida Windsor,
and others, said to Harrison : " Billy, I
am going lo stay with Ida to-night."
Harrison roplied : "I'll bo G d
d d if you do. This is my girl." Har
rison then continued to nbuso Swoboda,
calling him soveral times a d d s n
of a b h. Swoboda tried to pacify his
assailant, but could not do so. Both then
roso to their feet, and passed into tho hall,
Harrison following Swoboda still abusing
him, and Swobodn tolling him that ho did
not want to quarrel. Ida Windsor, tho
causo of tho tragedy, then ran out of tho
opposito door, nnd hid in alarm. Whor.
the brawlers got into the hall, Harrison
caught Swoboda by tho coat collar, and
saying: "You d d s n of n b b,
I'll shoot you," drow his pistol, and fired.
Swoboda then caught Iiarrison by tho
neck nnd knocked him down.
Ida Windsor and the other woman who
was present testified substantially thosamo
Robert Rhoutan testified that ho was
standing on tho sidownlk bclew tho post
ofllco, in front of Henry Latnor s saloon,
nnd was told by a negro thut a man had
boon shot at Windsor's, Ho ran down and
into tho hall; saw Harrison nnd Swolioda
scuflling, Iiarrison was in tho floor and
Swoboda on top of him. Harrison turned
Swoboda and got up. Hu ran for a chair
and attempted to striko Swoboda with it,
saying: "You G d d d s n of n b h
I'll kill you." Rhcutan caught Harrison,
and said: "Did you shoot him 7" Harri
son replied: "ldid; but I want you to
swear that I did not tlmtho shot himself,'
The jury, aftor consultation, returned
the following verdict:
We, tho iindorsigncd jurors, sworn to
inquiro ot tho death 01 Joseph htvobouu,
on oath, do tlnd that ho camo to his death
by a wound Inflicted by a pistol shot, wil
fully fired from a pistol by Willium Har
rison, nt No. 82 Commercial nvonuo, cor
ner of Fifth street, in tho city of Cairo,
Alexander county, Stato of Illinois, 011 tho
17th dayoi April, ihil'.
Call and oxamino for yourself. Tho
patronngo of tho pulie is solictcd. Tho
City Shoo Storo aro having n great run
for Brolaski's lino goods, which thoy aro
selling for less than common enstorn goods
aro sold cHowhoro. Don't fall to oxamino
tliolr stock which is comploto and stylish
CJo to tho Citv Shoo Storo fur Gont's
' custom mado " IlootJ, prlnco Alborts nnd
jersoy Tics, of latest styles,
Tho Flro Department of tho city some
tlmo slnco adopted a rule that flro engines,
passing to a fire, should not run upon tho
sidewalks. With nonchalance entitled to
ndmlration,tho Roughs disregard this rule,
and rattle over the sidewalks "just ns usu
al, "which is nil right. A life company
thut docs not let tho city authorities know
tin (company holds them in high unconcern
is no company nt u'.l ; nnd, then, ns must
be apparent to all observers, tho Firo I)e
p irtinontis it vanity as well as n vexation
of the spirit, and no high-toned lire com
pany will fall to do just what tho depart
mcnt says must nut bo done.
His Honor, tho Mayor, with a promp
titude that must havo astonished his
friends, signed tho ordinances in relation
to the proposed Issuing of bonds to tako
up over-duo bonds, tho extension of Syca-
moro street and tho protection of tho Uni
ted States water uuhks; but he hesitated
in great doubt when he confronted tho or
dinanco civlnu tlio Cairo and St. Lout
railroad tho right of way over ccrtnl
streets and went down boforo tho polico
rules resolution in a demoralized henp n
uncertainty, nnd is yet struggling for
light In regard to them with tho probabili
ties in favor of n veto.
In a speech mado boforo Judgo Bross
on Wednesday n speech which almo
amounted to au argument Mr. Lincgar
charged, in defenso of his client, thut Mr
Robertson, tho policeman, had entered tli
houso of his client without authority, and
without process of law had confined her
in jail. In doing this duty Line,
declared f,ich outrages must bo stopped
and culled tho nttontlon of Mayor Lnm
den, who was prwont nt tho trial, to tho
fact ho was commenting upon. The
mayor, In his placid manner, asked
Mr. Robertson if ho did not know ho
shouldn't havo dono us ho did, and there
left tho matter. Maybo if it had been nny
other officer, Mr. Lansdcn would have sus
pended him, but, (so we havo been
informed by City Attorney Pope), Mr.
Robertson has given His Honor notice that
if ho is not rctninoJ upon tho force, ho
will bo compolled to go back on the repub
lican party, and, as a matter of course,
this being tho caso, Mayor Lansdcn would
not daro jeopardize tho chances of Grant
n tho pending presidential canvass by
driving Mr. Robertson over to tho Liberals.
If ho should do so, two chances to one,
Mr. Munn would conclude that lie is not
proper man to roccivo tltn Fcdoral
appointment His Honor lias in anticipa
AVns between tho New York storo and
his place whnri ho saw tho explosion ; ran
ill) to tliu mill; when hu not thero tlio de
ceased was tho first man liu saw ; took hold
of him and inked him how ho felt; ho said
" nil right, ' only Hint ho was hadlv seal
ded:" assisted him out of tim debris, nnd
took him lo McGaulcy's drug store; tho
explosion occurred in this city.
it boiler maker, testified :
Heard tho explosion of tho boiler;
was near hy nt tho time of tho occurrence;
tho explosion was it few minutes nftcr nine
o'clock; tho boilers woro not very good;
holier was leaking and steam wus coming
out of it ; Stump never called my atten
tion to tho leaking places; do not know
that Uaiighor was ever notlilcd or nny
delect lit tlio hollers; lliu explosion re
curred in tlio city of Cairo, county of Al
x. a. nori'E,
byloccupation a miller testified !
I am employed at tho Cairo City Mills ;
wo. tn 1110 cngino room thirty or lortv
minutes before tho explosion ; taw it leak
Ir. tho boiler ; supposed tlio boiler wns
cracked or lliu steam would not count out:
do not know whether Mr. Galiglier wns
ever informed of nny defect in tlio boiler ;
boiler etrrled on an nvcrugo ono hundred
and thirty pounds of steam ; thought the
holler wus cupablo of carrying
that amount 01 steam; havo put
one hundred and fifty pounds pressuro on;
this pressure wns not put on intentionally,
but when tho mill was stoppod the steam
druggist, kloing business between
I'.lglilccntli and i in tecum streets, on
Commercial avenue, tcslilled:
.Mr. Stump whs brought into my storo
lie wus uauiv scnlucil; he culled lor n
mixture to relievo the iciln : had n bruise
on his right side; tho worst scald, were
about his limbs.
Tills being tho Inst of tho evidence tho
jury rctirod to tlio storo of Mr. Jas. Car
roll, where, after deliberation, the follow
ing verdict wus rendered :
State of Illinois, Alexander county, ss
In tho mutter of tho iiHiiiisltlun on tho
body of Harrison Stump, iltrcHscd, held nt
thu city ol liilro, on lliu 1BU1 day 01 April,
V. 11. lsr-. wuliio undersigned jurors,
worn to Innuiro of thu death of said Har
rison Stump, on oatli do find that ho came
to his death by n scald caused by an ex
plosion or u steam holler it tho mill or
Chas. Gullghcr, in tho city of Cairo,
county of Alexander, und state 01 Illinois,
on the 17th day of April, A. D. 1872, at
about U;!!0 o'clock, a, in., and that fuid ex
1I0M011 was caused by it delectlvo boiler
0. F. Nell.'s, Foreman,
I) J. Foley, W. H. Walker,
Jtifitr Fitzgerald, Wm. Russel,
Michael Dowd, Michael Uradley,
Rout. Smyth, Hugh Callahan,
Wm. Vanalman, w m. uuiant,
Ark Uallo.j....Evatislli . v..-sti
Wm, Cowen u
Marble dltv, .Memnhli "" 7m
City Kclthab'g . KddVv T0
1'itul. C,trrollT.St. Louis aw-,"
v"d , Pittsburg ...i.Bt.lLoul
Jas. Howard N. O. .
John Lumsdcn .1 Nashville,
llllnol Columbus ....Columbus
LadV Leo Hod lllvnr Ml f.il.
Robert Iurnf..Mempnli Cincinnati
Grand Tower..St. Louis Memphis
uio MUDDY noAL.
Steamboats supplied at anv time, both
day nnd night, with olther lump or chest-
nut coal, in any quantity, nnd on usual
terms, nt tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills,
Special contracts offorod on favorable
terms upon application.
, II. V. OLyphant,
D. A. BOKEE. Gcr.n. Rnnl
Sales Agent. 3-16-ly,
CONDITION or THE RIVERS.
Hero the river Is rising nlthouiFh at n
slow rate. The MonunisahU
Pittsburg Is.stntlonnry. At Cincinnati
and Loulsvlllo tho Ohio river j falling.
ai Lioutsvnio there Is 17J feet in tho ca
nal. At Evaiuvllle. tho Ohio is reported
stationary. Cumberland river Is again on
tho decline. The Arkansas river Is fall.
fug steadily with nlno feel In tho chan
ncl. The Misslsilppl U still falling grad
ually, but tho channel remains very good.
1ICSINE9S AND WEATIIEIt.
Business on tho landing ,wni very good
during thu day. -a
The weather was chungeble, and toward
night heavy black clouds hung low, nnd
Alderman Swoyne must insist that It
Is wrong in tho city to repair tho loveo
whero it lias been washed into a danger
ous condition by tho Tenth street sower.
Ho believes tho Trustees of tho Properly
should bo compelled to mako the repara
tion nt their own proper expenso. Ue
has nut yet enlightened us as to how the
compulsion is to bo applied. Suppnso tlio
Trustees woro to sny to the city : " Re'
pair tho levees yourself. Wo havo only u
common Interest hero with other property
holders, and if thoy aro willing to
stand tho destruction of their prop
erty, wo nro too." What could wo do
about it 7 It may bo said: "Why,
these Trustees agreed to build and
maintain about tho city n pormancnt
lovoe, nnd if thoy don't do so thoy nro ro
sponslblo at law." Exactly ; but thoy aro
not responsible until tho damago is dono,
and If tliolr fault shall wipo out tho value
of their property ut the tlmo it Inflicts tlio
darnngo on us of what valuo would a judg
mcnt against them bo ? Does Mr. Swttyno
sco the tho point; nnd won't it soon occur
tothosowlm'nro always persisting in having
a fight with tho Trustees that tho better
way for both tho city und
the Trustees Is to g"t on
peaceably together' Wo agrco with Mr.
Swayuo und -Mr. Wilson und Mr. Coinings,
und tho othor vory active bolligorcnt nnti
monopolist citizens, that Cairo wc.uld have
been fortunuto to-dny If its site had been
on a lull, against which tho floods of tho
rivor could not have provailod, which
fact would havo ronderod n monopoly un
necessary to thu preparation of the silo for
human habitation nnd havo relieved us
of tho infliction of trustees who won't stir
rendor their trust without a consideration;
hut, then, tho site of Cnln is not a hill
but a pieco of ground over which for
inerly two rivers run, and to redocm which
required capital and madu a monopoly
of tho ground a iiocosslty, It would ho n
high compliment to tho unselfishness of
human naturo If tho Property woro to say
to Cairo, tako all wo havo without monoy
and without price, but tho Proporty won't
and wo must tharcforo tako things ns wo
find thorn, nnd instead of fighting tho
monopoly, without a chnnco of success, on
doayor to llvo on terms of amity vvjth It.
Seventeen Years oe Success. In
I60C tho now famous Mustang Liniment
wits made known to the public by on ex
tensive system of advertising. From that
tlmo to the present, the demand for it has
been steadily increasing until it bus tnken
tho lead of all embrocations, lotions, oint
mcr.ts, ncd other external remedies, im
ported or domestic, ever introduced Into
tho American market. In tho most cele
brated racing and trotting stables, in tho
establishments of stage- nnd city car com
panies, nnd in tho stables of privato gen
tlomen, It Is tho only recognized euro for
such diseases us require outward treat
ment. Nor is it less valuable for a local
application for somo of tho rr.sit distress
ing complaints to which man is subject.
Rheumatism, stiffness cf tlio joints, neural
gia, soro throat, tumors, wens, earache,
toothacho, yield to its paln-subdulng,
counter-irritant properties, nnd burns,
scalds und cuts are healed with incrediblo
rapidity under Its operation.
Wiro Window Screens,
Spongo und Hip laths,
Chamber Pails, Brats and Enameled
Kettles, Brltanla Ware, Coffee and Ten
Pots, Hair Wiro and a general assortment
of Stamped nnd Plain Tin Ware.
Lust, but not least, Charter Oak
Cooking Stoves, to bo had at low figures
lit U. W. HENDERSON'S,
:i.27mld 100 Commercial Avo,
Harrison Stump, engineer of the Cutro
City Mills, who was to badly scalded by
thu explosion, died yesterday morning nt
nine o clock.
Tho mammoth steamer J umcs Howard,
cleared during tho forenoon with a cargo
of over '2,'jQIJ tons and a lurgo number ol
passengers. She received all her trip at
this port nnd cf course she will mako
plenty of monoy.
Tho City of Keithiburg, an upper Mis
sissippi river boat, passed by for Cumber
land river where she goes for a barge load
Tho Mary Allco departed for Now
Orleans with six loaded barges. Dick
Slack of this city Is her innte and wo nro
glad to learn that he fills the position sat
Tho towboat Fearless and barges dis
charged 35 tons Red river freight and had
3,000 tons for St. Iiuii.
Tho Glasgow struck a big pile of lied
river freight on her arrival hero. Sho re
ceived about 300 tons for that stream.
The Susie Silver arrived with nearly all
the freight sho wanted; however sho took
several tons from this place.
Tho big Louisville tried to effect a land
ing during tho high wind Wednesday
night, but aftor considerable troublo her
captain gave it up, and passed by. Shu
was loaded as deep as sho could swim.
The wreck of tho Ocuanua is entirely
covered with water, and nothing can bo
seen but the beak.
Thu oil war horto Leathers 'has been
aroused by tho sight of tho R. ErV.cu
with it big trip of freight and passcrigors,
which she received at this port, nnd has
concluded to bring hit fine steamer
Natchez to this port nt no distant day and
load hor. Hu will find freights plenty,
and our shippers treat them all alike.
('apt. John Kelloy, of tho ttcamor A.
linker, arrived from New Orleans by rail.
Tlio linker has had her day and has bcon
sold to the Junkmen, who will wreck her.
Tlie tow boat Iko Hammott, belonging
to tho Cairo City Proporty Compnny, ar
rived from near Golconda with severni
bargo loads of stone, which will bo placed
on tho levees.
Tho Lady Leo from Red river passed
by for St. Louis without landing. Sho
Tho Pauline Carroll came out from St.
Louis flying light, nnd will load here.
She would havo had to wait her turn nt
St. Louis and thercforo sho would havo
been compelled to wait at least ten or
twolve days. Sho can loud here and bo on
her way back Inside of that time.
The Howard arrived hero but n few
houre In advance of the Carroll nnd lev
eled with a two thousnnd llvo hundred ton
trip nnd loft whilo tlio Carroll was going
to St. Louis nnd back, nt tin extra oxponso
of several hundred dollars, and then did
not get a pound of freight. Straws toll
which way tho wind blows.
PHIL. HOWARD, -
City National Bank Bnlldlua-.
a.8pccltl attention paid to orders Irom steam
oats nlKht or dv."
Crumb Bushes nnd Fays, now stylo, nt
P. D. & Co. a. ! w
For Sale- A cottago on 12th street
containing 7 rooms, cittern and out
For cheap O.uuenwuro go to Parsons
Davis &Co. 4-172w
Only ton cents por day for $1,000 pol
icy in tlio Life Association of America.
UARI. 1,. THOMAS,
Spcclnl ngont. Ofllco in Parker cc lJlako s
Wm. Albu has removed his Ijarber
shop two doors below Paul G. Schuh's
drug store, whoro ho will be found to
gether with his brother Conrad swinging
his sharp razors as usual. Tho shop Is
fitted up In splondld stylo, und a room sot
annrt for thu accommodation or ladies
who wish to havo hair dressed or cut.
Cheapeot and iikst. Mrs. Whltcomb's
Syrup for chlldron is sold hy druggists at
It) cents a bottlo, nnd is an admirable
preparation for Infantile disordors.
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