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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1872
TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
TAKE NOT1CK.
SUITABLE Or THK 1LLIKOH T'U,L "
TIMETAin. 1171, the follow-
... .. after iuocMTt . '",, '...i j...j
4:00 a.m.
2.-4S p m.
3:tSa.n.
1.00 '.m.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Announcements.
BaSIHie-tewewui
.fM.rlrala.1'0'
'nel
froid BtTtoult Abort Liar,
ifT) 3:pm.
Hot ! w from Ciro 10 Kt. Loiil. Ko
ehanf e'eava to" lM Chlrt. Kleftnl
rar'ef R"0 sleeping car. on flight tram..
tfXtf chKi In all import lit points.
Mr. Vtao, lit., April II. ISTi.
KJihr Cain Bulletin?
l)k 8tt p,ea-e to announce m at a camil
llc for Clerk of the Fuprime C-.tirt, Botithern
OrnJ Dtvlsl n nl Illinois. Thenewtonstltiitlon
prnvid.s lint the Cle-k ot Iho Pupreme Court
Mull hereafter be elected at Iho November eltc
tlou, instead of tho .lune election aa I ereloro.
The eucce.snr ol the present incumbents arc
ink elected thla coming full, lr.t lll not nullify
itt.HI the rtf" Dt 1'tmi expire in 1873.
Itcspcctfully,
H. A. D. Wit BASKS.
THE BULLETIN.
Publication OMc. Baltrtlti UnlldlNK,
WaatslaKtaa Avcnne.
WANTED,
A first clou hoo maker by Hardy &
Orcenwold, cornor Seventh street And
Washington nvenue, Cairo, Illinois.
4-00-tf.
AHlMe.NEST.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
HTKAM TVO,
CACHE
Will make three trips daily.
ItlTIXO cAtao
I fMMMI WMMl.ni
it ll ... .-.m.
30 p.m
I invito MAtMIirltT
At :.V). .vm
At 1:90 ....... p m
At ..... p.tn,
Fare etch way, 30 cental in tlrketn for $2 60.
Will Im ,wb.n nllel, at any pooi lnterindlate
aading or pMiOKror freight. noriltf.
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
HAIL AT.
The splendid .teatner
JAS. FISK,
Dome Smkdlzy, Cpt.
ttt Clro IXtf.V. (Emilys exceplnd) et 4
m. fit IreWitor pi pol$ on hoardor
i0:tf J malLobt, Ag't.
PMVHICIAMH
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. J. McQaule,'. drust More,
bmi corner Conmervlal trtnut and Kittli
teeath .treel. 3-31tf
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
REblDt.Noh No. 21 TPirteeaih (reel, be
tw.eu Washington avenue and Walnut stre, t.
uiv II iVtmmerelal avenue, up Mlr.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
Sv.StiiliNCE cornrNmth aad Walnut at.,
Oitt-e-vo ner iith tret and hlo lire.
hnurt from a.rn. to 1 J m , and 9 p.m
II. WAKDNEK, M. D.
SEMlDKNCFCorner Mnettenih atreet antl
iVohl'gton Htenue, ne' court hoii'e Of.
orer thr. pOKtoitlce. Offlco hour 10 to 12
im.iodt io4 d m. janlbtf.
U.S. BltlOHAM, M. D.,
HOMEOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
OMm, 1M CBerelal ATtmne,
CAIhO, IXLINOia.
Cipecltl attention pad to fie treatment of all
Cnronic rla f-lulm.
ATHENEUM HALL
Two ninhu onl).
TrMny and Ratnrday Hay 3 A- i.
Kxci-IInK ani tiilririK Competition
liy the atn"'j
Dl'PMI.C 4c HtrlDK-T'M
Xeir OripM Ulganllc MbbtrclM,
Of twenty years' oranlt!)on.
Thfl gre.it chief monur h of mlnilrelsr,
CaanpoaMl r a KeajlMrnt mf ArtlsU,
I'n lhlr twrnil'ih nnnuitl encceesful tour,
lntrodiivlns their bntllant. various rciailllr.
Tiio t ldet, ino! rlialiln and Urge.t,
i'omppte troupe in exletenee. Adnounelns a
Crnlvit Ento talnnient lull of merit.
Admla.mn ieeni, Itc'crti tl teats TSnent.
Tickets lor ssle nt llsrtman's tore.
4m.20-d9t O II. DUPHKZ, Manager.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE IN BANK-RUlTCV.
..... w..... " ui i me cniin noim
door In the city of Cairo, Illinois, on Wi-dnesUv.
ten o clocl!, a m tho following doerlbcJ iinin
rty, tn.wiu 11
thirty. Ine ; TJ) an. fortt (41), Vn M ck't uni.
Ur-il nU .Might In thn city of Cairo, with
impriiTeu.enis thervon, consoling of foiirtene.
ment houses Ac. Term", one third cah, and
halyneo in i.x (C) or twelve 12J months with lien
M KI'IIKN K. JUNE.
1 - -1 ..r i ..... . ....
Cairo, 111... April 11, Wl
utTnuiin uorney. l ll.'.'Otd.
tSC' Hnnny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that lie is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
look nitnc.
--You onn wo
30 per cent,
by buying your Wai.i. Tapfii nt Ablo't,
on Seventh Rtrccl, oppotito AVIntcr's
block. l.,.'5J?w.
FQlt SALE-
The unJcrsipned lias for sato, nt low
price, a fine hone and spring wagon. In
qulroat the Cairo City Wharfboat.
4-Utf. MAT. CLARK.
Flower Stands,
Moss Baskets,
Wire Window Screen,
llird Cngc,
Jitpnn Ware,
Toilet Sets,
Sponge nnd Hip Lnlhs,
Infant Until",
Chnmber Palls, Brats and Knumoled
Kettles, Ilrltanln Wiire, Coffeo nnd Ten
Pots, Hulr "Wiro nnd u general nisortmcnt
of Stamped nnd l'lulti Tin Ware.
LhsI, but. not lonit, Ciiartek Oak
Cookino Stovfj, to Ihj had nt low figures
at C. V. IIemjeksosV,
100 Commercial Avo.
Notice. Prints for ten cents u yard,
nt the New York Store. l-'JS-dlt.wlt
Swan & Co.,
dealers in
Oroldo and Milton Compound
lowelry,
Cutlery, Plated Ware, Fancy ioort, Ac
83 Ohio Levee,
1.231m. Cairo, Illinois.
CUNNINGHAM'S !
R. II. Cunningham, from
this date, (April 23d,) has put
down the price of Best Brands
of Prints, including all styles
of Dolly Vardens, to Ten Cents
Per Yard.
Heavy Brown Sheetings to
Notice. Choice Ciiree, 1 pounds for
51 00, nt tho New York Store.
4-28-d4t.wlt.
The warm days of Summer are ap
proaching, when wc shall all bo pestered
by annoying mosquitoes nnd hopping
fleas, but which will bring along with
theso trials tho luxuries of ice cruam and
sid water. And where shull wo go for
either ice cream or soda water but to Phil
Saup'fi. lie is ulrejdy furnishing both
these delicacies to inquirers, and wo enn
assure all the public thnt they are the
best of their kind extant. Ills Mioon, on
Commercial avenue, is neatly titled up
for tLn accommodation of ludics nnd
children, and no improper characters are
ever permitted to enter It. Tho nttend
antt are polite and very attentive to their
dutios, and pnrents may entrust their
cl lldren to their care without any misgiv
ings of any kind. 1-il-lm
12 1-2 Cents Per .Yard.
THE LITTLE KENTUCKIAX,
No. 63 Ohio levee, is (he place whoro
they keep tho freshct flsh and gnmc, and
'.he finest wir.es, liquors nnd cigars, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty-
Uvo cents. Opun day and night, ut ull
tiours. J. L. Pakk, l'ronrlelor.
3-ltf.
est. Cal on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
ity and cost.
ATTACH WENT NOTICE.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
A. N. Chrnrj, dttmdant, Is notllted that on the
ltlh day ot March. Wl, a writ ot aUachin-nt was
ls.be out of th cletk'a f'fflcn nf thr Alexander
Countv Circuit C uri In the Hiaie of Hl.noln,
against your rttate, returnable on iheflrM Mon
day In Ipril, aa the it of Tl own J. Eat,
laint 0 f r the turn ol tiVJ CI aad wuruin in
erast, which writ ha fcn .jec'ned, nd raid
suit is now pending In raid ourt. U leat you
shall appear n the retnrn day the eo'. JmUm.nt
wnl be rvndeted against you, and the garni. hee
keivM In said cause required to ai.sw.-r, and b
4r'U with acco.dlnr tn law Dated. March Uth.
, JOdNQ. IIAK.MA. Clerk.
Allen, Mulkey A Wheelar, ati'js lor plaintiff.
&-Z4l
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
A. N. Chana. . riafpnfimtit. I. nniifl..! ! nn !..
liiudayui March, 1172 a writ of ttiachment w-
euea oik ine ci.ta-. nmce, ofti.e Al- laiidei
utauiy uirfun iuun, in me Bta e or Illinois
AjcaiD.troure.tale. returnable nuthnflr.i w.m.
da ID A or 1. 1172. at the iuu nt J. V r.-n..
aoa, plainilfl, for (be uin ol MM t snil arvrulnic
inier,el, which nt baa been txrculed, and asld
. Pmu'"K in sain ccun. uaie.syou
st all appear no ibe return day thereof, Ju.iKmen
will b ,nird ag.liat you, and the gamithre
. m. i-, ..in vu.o rrqinraa io answt-r, ani u,
dealt with according lo law. l-ated .Mar, h I'Al,.
AM-J. Mulkey A Whe,ler, alfys foi plalnlia.
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
I4ih dajr of Marcn, li. it of atin-hment
loutJ em of the clerk's offica f th. 'xnrlei
C-umy Circuit I ourt. in ihe bUi" or u"noi'
agaiast ,our enat-. returnable on Iheni.i Hun.
da, .n April, A. ll.s72. ,l th suit . Nat .an M
Ti otnp.in. t laint.n f , thr .urn o. f m m ,
eerulnir intr.i, wh-b writ i. Uen eie ute.,
aod.aid.u.ti. ow p,nd.. in s.ld .oun. Unl...
J0,' PPr on th. rrlu n d.y theronl, Juilc n'nt
trill t entered ag.ln.t ynu. nd the Vsrui.h
Mrred io itai.l ran require.l lo au.w r. antb
dealt with according to l.w. D.tt. MsrVb lMb.
Alien. Mulkey A Wheeler, .tiV. ftr pl.tau5:
MILLIKERY.
MRS. MoGEE,
NEW MILLINERY fiOUDS
OS Tilt
LATENT SPUING AMI KUMMKK hTYLES.
Besides a full 1 ne of
(Trimmed and uotrlmmed,
rtKNCl FI.WER4. RIBB TItlMVII.NO 4
n or all klndr, Laces, etc., elo.
1 jtI!'.' aM? 'o a large sw.orlrnent ol
-y Aiti?,rt,such at
t ADiall PtberarticUs u.unly found In a
'IMLCLASB MILLINERY BTORE
Ut. Ut la well-krown to the Laile. , I
OAaaa. vmud It. aad Mr trlet,t.nt,on VoUi
SSJtH'ai? ,,M? 0''.,kd? ' tb. patrJSig.
vMtk katl kta to iversllf betioard up6B
Mlpw aaat.
Joseph's Celebrated Kid
Gloves, One Dollar Per Pair.
English's Best Needles, Five
Cents Per Paper. Best Pins
Five Cents PerPaper.
Clark's and Coat's Spool,
Thread, Seventy CenJs per
dozen.
An Immense Stock of Car
pets at thoVerv Lowest Pri
ces.
All other Goods correspond
ingly low.
Come and See for yourself
Now is the time for Bar
If you feel dull, drowsy, dobilltnlnd,
have frcqnont bendnchc, mouth tastes bad,
poor appetite, ntid tongue routed, you nro
suffering from Torpid Liver or "lliliuus-
ness,"' and nothing will euro so speedily
and permanently ns Dr. Pierce's Golden
.Mcdicnl Discovery. Sold by all druggists
Cl0.1.24dvlt
Notice. Dolly Varden Slipper?, for
!alo at tho New York Store.
l-28.Jlt.wlt
rvmiiu
4.2lf
rPARKER & BLAKE
have the largest stock of wall
paper, borders, decorations,
&c., ever brought to Cairo,
and are prepared to do paper
hanging, Kalsomining, paint
ing, &c., on short notice,
and at prices that defy compe
tition. Call and examine
their splendid line of papers.
All work warranted, and
satisfaction guaranteed. All
paper purchased of thein
triinDied ready to hang, free of
charge. 4-28dlw,
Huy the new Kiru Proof Lamp cliim
noy of 1. D. & Co. l. 72W
Having removed my boot and shoo shop
to tho north tide of Eighth street, between
Commercial avenue and Ohio lovee, oppo
site my old stand, I invito all mv cus-
turners to call on mo in my new quarters,
whoro I shall keep on hand and manufac
ture all kinds of custom-made boot and
shoes, and guarantee in tho future, as 1
bavo done in tho past, to givo good work,
good stock, good fits and perfect satisfac
tion. Phillip Uauoh.
3.8.2m.
Stuart A Gholson are now uttering a
very largo lino of Summer Dress Goods at
very low figures. W nro not offering
"bites" on a few leading articles to attract
trade, but wo are selling nil goods nt as low
prices a any market affords. Wo are re
ceiving novelties every week. An ininec-
tlon of our goods nnd prices is ret-nectfiillv
ulk'cd. .i.26d.1.
NoTicE.Twcnty.flvo dozen Ladles
trimmed Uats. Intent stylo, at tho Now
iorkStoro. -l-liWlt-wlt
LOCAL BREVITIES,
Circuit court is still grinding.
Tho now music mnn is becoming thn
fashion.
Tho Presbyterian church will liavo n
picnic sometlmo in Muy.
Mr. Pitchor it out on tho llfo insur
anoo path, nnd rcolvrd, ho "ays, to out
run tho fastest.
Mr. O. p. Lyon Is thn ngent of tho
Lyromlng In this city, nnd i ru'iiiig
business.
All tho delegates to ihe Cincinnati
convention left yesterday. Tho radicals
looked nfter them with tenrs in their ojei.
Tho democratic ilato for congress and
tho senate nnd tho other oflljes is in course
of preparation by tho gentlemen who fix
such things.
S. I). Reed cblof engineer of tho Mis
sissippi Central railroad, and L. 11. Clatk,
of tho Illinois Cintral, uro nt tho St.
Charles hotel. "Which means " business."
There is n crcat deal of smnll.pox in
tho city, and tho honorable chulrman of
tiio board or health is cnlm. Why should
ho do anything? If tho smitH-pox can
stand it ho can.
William, tho dentist, is the ucr.cor
of Austin, the dentist. Dr. Williams is
up in his business, skillful nnd a gentle.
man who will bu popular with tho Cairo
public.
Tho llrst bljj bluck bug of tho eonton,
and tho llrst rascally mosquito, made their
appearance In Cuiro on Sunday. Thoy
wcru not welcomed with any great degree
of plcasuro even by tho oldest Inhabit
ant. Heard A- Summerwcll nro moving tho
building which has been used as an oll'ice
at tho custom liume, to a now locution on
Twelfth street, between Poplar street and
Commercial avenue. Mr. .T. H. Philln
purchased it from L'ncle Sam.
Tbo Mound City 'Patriot' of last weeki
says : ''Since our last hsuo thoro has been
n murder in Cairo. Ono Joseph Swoboda
was shot by one Harrison a bartender for
Winter! nt tho D.-lmnnlco in a bawdy
house." This is considerably mixed.
Dr. Kendall, tho celebrated chlrono.
dist, is still at the Delmonlco hotel, and
meets with cieat success, much bevond
bis most tangulne expectuiions, and Win
ter eays ho miut add to his bill the price
of u new stulr carpet, tho present one be
ing alinuit worn out by lhs large number
ol person seeking telitf from tho doctor's
skill. Ho refers to tho following wull
known gentlemen: W. P. HnllUay, O.
D. Williams J. M. Phillips, A. A.
A rick, Jas. It. Ryan, Dr. Wardncr nnd
Jno. 11. Gos.mun.
Sumincrwcll ii "down" in tho flro
limns. Ho says they nre n vanity nnd a
vexation of the spirits, und that tho wholo
thing it worked by favoritism. Ho be
lieves tho mayor should be ousttd, about
three fourths of thecouncil dispensed with,
and Oberly kicked. These blessings ob
tained, every other blessing will speedily
follow. Except in the last part of bis sug
gestion wo agree with Summerwcll.
It is said, that Rev. Mr. Coon Drenched
, ,
n very eloquent and very forcible sermon
on bund ay last, and in It took occasion
to rnp over tho knuckles n gentleman who
had ttio toincrlty nnd posiblv bad tntto tn
read before assembled Christians sornHlmo
ngo one of tho wicked productions of Mr,
15. Hnrtc. This Is nt it should be. Any
peron who startles tho well-balanced re
ligious mind from its proper decorum, by
good but wicked utterances, should re
ceive rebuke.
Tho committeo of arrangements for
tho Lutheran church school picnic hav
everything in order for u pleusant tltno on
May duy. Ihcy have tho Flora garden
in splendid condition, and havu arranged
so lliut wagons will run on tho two ave
nues all day, to that tlioso wishing to at-
tend tho picnic may ridu without expense.
Tliid U certainly all that could bu doircd,
und wu expect to eco tho garden crowded.
Tho proceeds or tho picnic will bo applied
for tho benetlt ot tho school, and every
citizen who takes an interest in cduca"
liunal muttors, should patrotilzo it.
Who can uemst hie offeii. Tho
Continental Lif'u Iuturanco Company ol
Now York issue Lifo 1'olicica furtlWuon
any ugo between 16 nnd for t cents a
day. W.M. V. Pitcher,
(iencral Agent forSouluern Illinois,
Cairo.
Tho Supervisor nominated Wm. Scott
ns a delegate.
Commissioner Wood objected us two
worn nil tl.o county was ontltled to.
llm Supervisor Insisted. Lihcgar ns
slsled the Supervisor In tirgumunt. Davis
endorsed Woods sensible view. Pope
rushed to tho rescue of Llnegar and
moved tho nppointmcnt of six delegates
nnd six nltcrnates.
Wood moved lo amend by iippolnting
two of each class.
Wood's nmendmnnt was lost, on n di
vision I nyrs; o nays.
Munn moved tonmend, by nppoirilini.'
four of each clnse. Amendment adopted,
nnd Ucorgu W. McKenig, Pot MihUt
was appointed delegate, making tho dolu
gation as amended ns follows: Munn,
Scott, Davis and McKenig.
On Motion of Capt. Hurd, George Se:ie,
John Oladney and F. M. Ward wcro
nominnted nnd confirmed ns alterniito
doiegutcs.
Mr. Popo moved that two ndditiounl
delegates bu appointed to cat the vote of
the county.
Declared out of order by the chair.
Captain 1). Hurd declined tho njuint
ment of alternate. Declination ncccptid,
nnd Peter Saiip appointed in Ills place.
Comiiiisiori..T Wood moved that 'Kill'
Scott bo instructed nnd authorl.ud to enst
tho voto ot tho county In convention.
Tho chair, Caleb Cushlng-like, nn-
nounccd, in stentorian tones, the motion
out of order.
On motion of Surveyor Fisher, prefaced
with an oratorical llilit, tho delegate
were instructed to vote for I.inegar for
attorney-general, und "Old Bowel.'' alias
Oglcsby, for governor. Adjourded.
Tho Ptidiicah 'Kchtuckian," of tho SSd
April, contains tho following in relatb n to
tho proposed extension of tho Mis'imppi
Central railroad to Cairo: "In an inter
view on yesterday with Col. It. li. Hurt, of
Jackion, Tennessee, ho informed us that
llm lessees of the Mississippi Central rail-
road had determined to extend that road
to Cairo. Tho Work will lie commenced Ml
onco and nut throned in as short titn U IIS
ll cn bo corntrucled. Tho route will bo
to cross tbo Memphis nnd Ohio road at
Jii.an and cross tho Paducah and Memphis
road nt or near Ma field. Wo nmko this
announcement on what wo have no doubt
If good utttliurity. This arrangement is
not a bad one for Paducah. If P..ducah
will secuto tin connections which have
been offered her over tho river, be will
havo tho shortest und best rotitu from thu
south to tbo north and wist. Wo under
stand that tho extension of thin road from
the point of crossing tho Paducah it M.m.
phis road it in tho interest of the Illinois
central, und material aid Will bo received
f rom thai roud to build it."
SrUAKT & OimutoN' nro offerinc n vorv
attractive lino of Whito Goods, conslstiriL'
of Cordtd Figured Piquos, Victoria nnd
Uishop Lawns, Jacouet, Tarlatans, etc.
Wo are also offering a very lu'co lino of
Whito Trimmings nt prices that cannot bu
undersold in this market. l.'Jtxla,
THE Jt A DS.
office.
TICKLE
DISSOLUTION UP fiO-I'AkTNKIlSHll',
Tho co-partnorrhip noretoforo oxlstirg
between thu tindorrigneJ, under thu imine
and stylo of "Cuiro Stuvu nnd Barrel
Works" is this day dls.olvcd by mutual
consent. HuiiKltTUa Fiiill,
Joseph S. Davih,
CltAbE P. P.VKHO.Vh,
April 20, 1872. -l.27.ilt
Stuart i UhuUun aru oll'uring a full
lino or the celubrated Quaker City Fino
Shirts. They are the best shirt manufac
lured in this country. Wo gel thorn up
to order with all lute ImprovomonU. A
nlco assortment of Gents' Furnishing
Goods, Collars, Tics, etc., ulwayt on hand.
Gentlemen who wnnt n guod fitting shirt
give iii rcaII. -1-28J3.
Infants The most irritablo und rest,
lenoftheso tender littlo household buds
are charmed at it wero into quint and
iwcet repose, by using Mn. Whltcomb'i
Syrup. 4-21d&wlw
A hM ALL SHOW THE OUANT
IIOLUEI04 IN COUNCIL. VoU
ME AND I'LL TICKLE VoU.
Pursuant to a call of Gcorgo Fisher,
mrvoyor of tho port of Cairo, tho lol
lowing persons met in convention at tho
court liuiiso at 2 o'clock p.m. viz : '
John Wood, Commissioner for Insano
Asylum D. W. Munn, Supervisor of In
ternal Rovcnuo; Genrgo Sense, Superim
tendent of Custom Houso; Casper Yo.t,
Asslt't Assessor of lluvonuo; Oun. Fisher,
Surveyor of tho Port of Cuiro; Geo,
McKcug, Post-Master; D. T, Llnegar,
candidalo fur Attorney General : F. M.
Ward, Guncrul Hunter for Street Super
visor; Dnn'l Hurd, ex-Commbsioner for
School lluilding; P. II. Popo, (Jenenil
Outlido Gobblur. In addition to tho
above, thuro wuru tiirio privates present as
follows. Wm. Scoit, W. L. Ilristol
John Kully, A. A. Arrick, C. Lume, D. L.
Duvis. Two colored porsons, and ono
while man, names nuknuwn to tho writer,
Tho above constituted tho meeting,
Tho aforesaid Surveyor of tho Port
railed tho convention to order.
On motion of D, W. Munn, Mr. Chas.
Lame, was appointed chairman, and D, L.
Davis, secrotary.
D. W. Munii stated tho object of tho
meeting to bo tho appointment of (tail
gates to thu state convention,
Iho Surveyor aforesaid nominated
D. W, Munn us aduleguto. Confirmed.
Tho P.ist Ma.ter nominated Commis
sioner Wood. Tho commissioner do.
clined.
The Surveyor then nominated D, L,
Davis. Confirmed,
Tho county 1. cntltlod'to but two dole,
gates under the call,
liio itumv coal.
Steamboat! auppllcd nt uuy lime, l)tb
day nnd night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, nnd on usual
tcniiH, nt tho yard nt Grand Tower, Ills,
Special contraeti offered on favorable
terms upon application.
II. V. Oi.vpiiANr,
I). A. HriKKB, Oeti'l. Supt.
Snlos Accfit. 3-16-ly.
THE C.U,K!)0N1A HOMICIDE.
THE FAITS IN THE CASE THE MOUND
CITV TATKIOT' COnKECTED.
In tho la.l itsuo ol tho 31ound Citv 'Pm-
triol' wo find thu lollowiiig:
In dilcrliinlt, nn P.llui- lutf .n...n m
known cuwurd anu ussiirsin ehoi ono
Henry Andei.oii, colored, In ope:, day.
1,1'IIL U.LtllllM f..tv .Imii. ..f I p 11.. j
M,uro. Wo did nut leura iho lull iiuriicu
!.-. 1.-.
mra m ui. ctuo, uui ll Keunis itinl Ahdursull
Wuk ni,iiroH(liini tru a. sir a x)i..n U..
- - I g- 3 w v v " "Vll ssu
CeiVeil iuu CMiilelils of thu guu ill Win fucu
mm emu oi ins neau, Irom Fulnu iiiii
bushed coward und would bo murderer.
Thu perpetrator of the. deed has not been
Ui..;oVered ui yet though hu should U
luund und puniahcd.
Tnis siuiemeiit Is Incorrect. The par
ticulnrs of tho killing ol tliu negro uru as
follows: Tho negro, Henry Anderson,
went into the storu of Mr. Ciemson, Cale
donia, during the nbjenco of that gentle
man, and being drunk, became trouble
somo. Mr. Cleniton's motlier-in-luw, Mrs.
.McDuiiuld, ao old lad of suinu lllly-eight
years old wm in tho storu nl iho time
alone. He duinuml (1 of hi-ru dollar. Shi,
refuted to givu it to him, telling him thu
bud no money to lend. Ho declared
that ho would compel her
to lend the money. Shu mill rcfuied,
when ho said ho would bu d d if shu
would not. Mrs. McDonald then ran out
lo call for assistance, thu negro following
her. Alter he was Initio meet the wo
man succeeded In locking and bolting the
door. Tho negro thereupon turned on
Mr. G. W. Boyno, an old man, and begun
abusing him, slinking his list under Uuy.
no's nose, calling him u d d liar and
otlior opprobrious name. Hoy no re
treated across tho Mreet tho
negro attempting t, ttriko
him, and continued his ossaulu
to Iioyri'j's dour, attempting to enter.
Iloyne, in thu meantime, had got his gun,
nnd warned tho infuriated negro to dueiil;
but to no effect. Tho negro continued
tho attack and sought to wrest thu gun
from Iloynu'g hands, iloyne, at lust, broko
away, and taking aim ho shot h,s assail
ant dead. Hu was alono, witn n family of
ihroo daughters, nnd in his own und their
defensn ho could tiavo donu nothing less
thnn ho did.
IIOATH TO LEAVE.
Tho lino City or Chester l the mail
boat fur Memphis, and way landing leav
ing at 5 p.m. 'Iho splendid Hollo Mem
phis leaves fur St. LouK Tho Quickstep
is the mall bojt fur Evnrisvitlc, leaving at
5 p.m. Tho Jim Fisk Jr., is tho dally
6 o'clock packet for Paducah, and way
Inndlng.
CONDI f ION OF THE ItlVEIt.
Tho fall in the Ohio at litis point coti-
(tlnrei. The Ohio river from Pittsburg
down, is on n general decline. Tlicsa is
7 feel in tho canal nt Louisville. Cum
berland river is falling. Tho decline in
tho Mi'sisrippi continues and before many
days thu channel will bo troublesome.
Tho upper Missouri is rising slowly.
II I'M. SIM AND WEATHEl:.
J!uiho!i on the landings was rather on
tho quiet order jestctday. Thu weather
was clear, and rather warm, and tho dul
wni pretty thick.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Tho John Kilgour came down with tt
fair trip, Thucatial was ciocd in order to
remove tho mud, and she bad to lighten
over tho falls.
Tho Mary Davugo and barges dis
charged several hundred lon of reshlp.
ping freight. Sho hud two barges loaded
witli Pittsburg manufacture fur St.
Louts.
Tho Kd. Hobbs with two bitge tn tow,
left for St. Louis, to load with Iron oru.
Tho Tyrone laid here Saturday, repair
ing her guard. She departed Sunday
aft-n.oon for Nashville.
Thu Frank Forrest is ioHilit.g for Mem
phis, with freight purchased oy her cap-t-iin.
Tho Thompson Dean nrrived from tie
low with quito h number of passenger
among them was Mayor linker of Evans
ville, nnd party who went to New Or
leans on tin, C. B. Church, omo tlmo ago
on a pleasure trip. "
Iho Molhi; Kbert had n full trip of iron
oru for Pittsburg.
The Tali. man enrno in with n good trip
of tobacco, Iron, Ac, from NHiville, and
returned last evening.
Tho Cherokee from below was light nnd
pasedupfor Louisville, whom tho will
have some alterations mnJe to her hull.
The Cowen returned to St. L. tils with a
tow of coal for tho gas work.
Tho IdloWild had raihcr n light trip;
but returned with ipiit h number of pns
ongen. The Davenport had a good trip for St.
I.oui.i she diichurged sovcral lot of mer
chandise hero.
Tlie Littlo Condor brought up n tow of
empty salt barges from Momphli.
Tho whnrfboat belonging to Commo.
(lore Kountz arrived here Sunday, and to
much IiHd been said about tt in thu news
papers thnt wo cxpectiil to -co ono that
would rival our own wharfboat, but we
were disappointed, lor Kountz' boat looks
like a big coal bargo with a roof over it.
It will bo taken to St. Louis.
RIVER NEWS.
PORT Ll'JT.
AUKIVED.
Stenmcr Thompson Dean, N. Orleans.
" Mottle Kbert, St. Louis.
" Marlilu City, St. Louis.
" City of Alton, St. LuuN,
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
' Cherokee, Now Orleans,
" Tali.innn, Nashville.
M. J Wick, M. Louis.
11 Idlewild, Kvanrvillo.
" Davenport, Cincinnati.
" Little Condor, Memphis,
11 Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" R. 0. Gray, Little Rock.
11 Charley McDonald, Memphis.
DEPARTED.
" Thompson Dtan, St. Louis,
" Molliu Kbert, Pittsburg.
" M trblu City, Memphis.
" City of Alton, Nuw llrlean.
11 Grand Tower, Si, Louis.
" Cherakco, Lnuisvillo,
11 Talisman. Nuihvillc.
n " M. J. Wicks, New Oilcans.
" Idluwlld, Evar.svillo.
" Davenport. St. Louie,
" Llulo Condor.
11 Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah,
" R. C. Gray, Louisville.
11 Charley McDonald, Louisville.
PHIL. HOWARD.
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
4'liy Xailnnitl Hn n It iiitiiiiiutr.
.uP"Cla altentinn paid toor.b r- Irom im
eat. nlcht or dar.'Ca
Our Home Advertirjorri.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL.
LAtlonsT VAMF.TY STOCK IN THE CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
'orrtfrr.Mi,eteeiiih alrrel aad 4 oni.
-, ihi Ateuiif,
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REAL KSTATt: AUf.yvV,
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A UOTIONERH,
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CAIRO,
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PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
en.. adiuiNMiua. human m-iiuk
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ENUE AND TENTH ST.,
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Our Home Advertisers.
i .
NAM)4a,
A. StJSANKA,
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA SALOON
And Dealer In foreign snd iMmettM
AVI N EH, LIQUORS AND OIOAlif.,
91 Ohio Levee,
Hnwei. Ninth and Tenth Hirrtt.,
Cairo, III.
,le.lTt
EL DOHA IO
BILLIARD SALOOX AND BAR-ROOM.
J4HIS UATfM, PrapHelar.
IMCmmercisI Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS;
rsl braud of Callfr 'ai.'isarejusl received.
BII.I.IAIttl ralonu luruihd lth tho I. at ol
table; and bar "iir-plied with wine., Ihjunrr
n I eiirar. of ihe hnet brands,
l'AHKEH k HLAKE,
I'Him in
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Pitt!)-, Reaalne, Gaaalltat.,
"WI3ST3DO-W OtXjJlGS.
WINDOW 8HADE11,
And the celebraled illurnlnatlnr
AHKOHA OIL.
nuo.xs' nuiMiiNn, cor. 11th-H7. a con
MERC1AI.-AV.,
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autr'Mtf
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Thnndrunel will fnrnl.h.
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am Cheap, II aol 4 beaper
han an, aooil dealer In Cairo. Le.fe or.fr..
n ib mi.. t tb I'o.tnltlce an at Ho. clrI
sard, on C-miTirclsl avenu., Itween T.olli ami
twelfth .ir.et., Cairo, III inol.. I iv Kf"l
rneK.uri- and vil curd Ihe uoo.1 up If ut.-l.
s'luui ll DF..NNIS UAJ.F.Y.
A HHI'KCK
Gilder, L'jilu.stercr, Varniehcr and
Fancy J'aper Hnnger, Mattre-
M.ikiug and Repairing.
Mliup att 4'oraruerrlal avrnite la tje
I'errjr tiouae.
All work entni.tH to hi. eare will r.em
pri'inrtsilenlion. -
Order are aoliciled, nm.
WILLIAM KHLEHS,
ralilocaUe
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH ATRKET,
Itetni en ITs-hfiiislon avenu. aad I'uplar lre
CAIRO, ILL.
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(nu,'r.nr to I. Sanp.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IT.lt U IS
CONFECTIONS.
Fl REWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.
I oil t'ommerrlnl Avenue, between
- Mxlls and Nesrenlh S4lrrel,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
VIIOI.MAI.E t'lt44'r.HN.
WHOLESALE . GROCERS,
OHIO L r. V B st
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AIo, keep constantly on hand a most com
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lilQTTOieS.
fiTCH AND 111111 WlllSKire-
I N H,
fort, Maderta, Sherry nnd Catawba W incus
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LV. which fm l liter invite tno etpeclal alien
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Sptcuii attention given (o Filling Orderi.
Chicago Advertisements.
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TOBACCO WORKS
.Noh.7I.1,7IT, 710 A7JI Indiana Avenue,
l.Scar ronrtcentl. streot),
OHIOAOO.
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P. H, Wholesale 7raJeonly solicited,
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WIM uotei nuwuiK, .iiinimu Diiioainn,
PuIrco IUU ChawluK, Old Krill BiuoklnK.
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perfectly hsrrnlest, reliulne and InttanUneohs,
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hlsxk or brnivn. IIajim nnl .tain lha
leaei thn hatr nla.n. anfl and lkfit(ft,l irt..
. ..... ... , m
only sa'e and pen'eot hair dye. Bold by ill drue;
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