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SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 18CD.
PUHLIBIIKI) II V JOHN II. OIIKRLY CO.
M. . HAKRKLL, AHflOCIATK KJllTOR.
Auy Subscriber of 'm tho M-vcnliig
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Louis Houck, esq., formerly of this city
in rcsiuDuco in vjnnu wirnmpnit.
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First, try ' HarrctlV
The small pox In the city, at this tlmo,
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hicu, ho iiiiu no rears or uie Hprcnu or
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Tho Sunflower Hllllurd yaloo.i, on Ohio
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Mr. York, a special agent of UioTreaH-
ry iicpttrlmi'iit, takes chargo or tho cuh
Wu are not ail vised uh to the cause of
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Omen of tho Ca nt and St. Imin Radroad To., I
CuiKi, Illinois, April IV. 10. I
Notice Ih hereby given thut a meet-
nir of tho Directors of ililu rnn.
j iivhi tat, hi ir uijiiiiiui ii iiuii'i.
ihv -'nrn ini fir m .-. i.m.' n m
H. Staats Taylor, President.
Bavo your lives and property. A.
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Priced cream baking powders for aulo
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ITtl to Fur lie whit famUlied Nupptcs
fr tU9 lUilrrlAininriit or JIIhoU
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apr23d2t J. 8. Reauden,
Chairman Oomtnltton Citjr Council.
P. G, Sohuh keeim Landroth's iranlen
tfiiH. Li in lrruwLii in i rain : uriinn v
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aounu una rename. wu
If you want a good Btovo. ortiu ware.
hollow.waro, copper or ulioet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything In that Hue,
call on A. Fraser, Ootnraerclal avenue,
beteou Eloveuth and Twelfth street,
where ho has moved to, and fitted up the
largest and most complete shop In
Particular attention glyou to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and sheot Iron work, suoh as cWmneys,
breecher escaping stoam-plpea, etc.
"Barrot'e" Promlum Hair Itostorallve.
loo Orcnm una Hodn Wnlcr.
Oue of the most elegantly and cozily.
Airnlshod ico cream saloons of tho city is
that at 102 Commercial avenue, or which
Mr. P. 8aup Is proprietor. It will receive
his personal supervision, which Is a guar,
anty that respectable families, ladles and
children, may visit It at any tlmo with
out fear of tho intrusion of objectionable
characters. A first-class soda fountain
(porcelain lined) is in connection with
From and after Tuesday morning, citi
zens and families can vlslc this saloon,
assured that thoy will receive not ouly
ho most palatable cream and soda to be.
obtained in the city, but tho most cour
teous atteutlou also. apUOdOt
Barclay Brothers Barrett's 'agonls,
Cairo, Illinois. apl5-d&wlw
The large trtde.coDoentrftefOn the
house of Elliott' Haythorn euablei
those gentlemen to keep audi' a stock
of boots and shoes as the wants of the
community require. t,
Their Variety Is great, enibraclnr quite
everything in their llrie for which ttbere
Is any demund whetneruln,,the 'line of
men's, women', youths' or Infants'
i wear. In the artlclsor iaaies- ana misses
st iocs their supply is unusuauy large ana
exceedingly attractive. They also have
some of the finest French calf sewed
boots that were over introduced into tho
Cairo market. These boots are custom
made, and are sold at ten dollars per
Persons in want of heavy, durable
boots and shoes can be served most satis
factorily, by.thpso geutlemon, as making
tho boot and shoo trade their exclusive
business, they are unmindful of tho
' wanbi of no class of customers- It
llrntlley In Trouble Agrnla.
The Row Jncob Bradly, tho colored
Iiaptlnt preacher, Is In Jail again. Only
a few days ugo ho was acquitted of tho
infamous chargo of hog.stcallng not be
cause ho was Innocent but because tho
hog stolon by him was not identified;
and now ho Is charged with stealing a
When will this "persecution'' of this
eminent black gospel promulger ceaso?
What does freedom mean if a ''poor ig
nited disclaimer of apolostic teachlns' "
may not steal a hog or a house, with im
punity. Away I away! Republics arc
ungrateful, and negro frcmlom Is a hum
hug and delusion.
Union county now boasts of two of tho
best country papers that reach our table:
tho Jonesboro 'Uazetto' and tho Anna
The 'Gazette' welcomes the 'Herald,'
the first number of which was published
last Saturday, In thlf way:
"It Is a well-printed, good looking sheet
and proposes to co-operate with us In the
advancing of democratic principles. We
wish the proprietor success in this effort."
"Proposes to co-opcrato with us," Is
good a little cool tobe-sure, but good.
Yesterday evening soven or eight
boys had, as they themselves said, '"tho
muchlst kind of fun," by plunging
around In the filthy slpe-water In tho
rear of tho 'Bulletin' office One of the
number, whllo hanging like a lizzard to
a board pile, tfcat tho sun might get a
fair shot at his wet clothing, was dls.
covered by his father Wo thought, as
wc 8awhlm scampcrlngofT shortly after
wards, the old man plying his back and
posterior with a lath) that ho was pay
ing for his fun quite doarly.
The facthas been published that ar
rangements havo been made between
the Illinois Central, and the St Louis,
Vandalla and Terro Haute railroads,
whoroby passenger trains will bo run
from Cairo to St. Louis without change
of cars. The trains will go via Vandalla,
that point being tho Junction of tho two
roads. This arrangement will bo a valua
ble one totho traveling public, and avoid
a very dlsagreeablochango at Odin, in
tho night. Tho arrangement will go
Into effect on or about tho 25th of this
.Mr. A. Frazer, ono of tho most skill
ful and energetic workers in tin, sheet
iron and copper of thejeountry, has re
moved his shop from near the corner of
Tenth and Commercial to the old city
hall, oppostto B. S. Harrell'a furniture
store. Call on him there, if you want
anything in his line.
The Rev. J. W. Coe will preach in Pa
ducah to-morrbw (Sunday), an eminent
divine of that city filling his place in
the church of the Redeemer in this city
Services at tho usual hour.
Ily buying yourgrocerici of J. II. Metcalf,
who keepi a largo and idcct itock of tho bcit
family iuppl!cf, and iclli chcapor than tho
chcapeit, No. 33t Washington avenue, op
posite tho court house. marStf
A supply of St. Louis lager beer Just
received at Louis Herbert's 85 Ohio
Xollcc to Tax-Payers,
Tho delinquent Hit will bo commenced on
tho 10th day of April, thoto wishing to tavo
cost, hnd better come to tho Court house at
onco mid settle.
LOuis II. Mvkus, Collector.
Spaldlng'a Jatamnnsi Hair restoror Is
precisely what it professes to be, a hair hes
Tokativk. It Is tho surest and safest pre
paration of tho ago. For supplies, wholesale
or retail, apply at P, Q, Schuh'i drug storo.
Fresh Mobile shell oysters Just received
at Louis Herbert's restaurant 85 Ohio
Loyeo. a 22 at
John Hamilton, agent for those cele
brated Kentucky woolen goods, has this
day received from the mills at Owens
boro, a fresh supply of goods, consisting
Jeans aud satinets, suitable for the spring
trade. They are tho best goods in tuo
market, and ho proposes to sell them lqw.
Call and see him at 101 Commercial ave
As those goods will be sold by the
piece at very low rates, merchant tailors
might find It to their interest to nuy.
Trv Rnntillni'. .Tntnmalill Iluir restorer. It
is undoubtedly tho best hairproparation ovor
Introduced to tho nulillo. For lalo. wholo-
salo or rotail, at P. O. Schuh's. 3tew3w
Tho upper floor of the building adjoin
ing the store nr B. Smyth A Co. The
front room, admirablv calculated for an
qflloe; will be rented by itself, or the
wliolo floor together. Apply to
, apUO-Ot B. Smvtu & Co.
(le clip the following paragraph from
ftbe telegraphic correspondence of tbo
Chicago 'Times,' drawn out by the vlst
of tho Press Assoelatlon hi this cltv;
" At fltn nnnilhiilnn nf ttltt nnriOnnHnn
tho entire party, in response to Invita
tions, visited tho hospitable mansions of
James Johnson, goncral freight agent of
tho Illinois Central railroadf sun W. W.
Thornton, son of tho general, at Shelby
vllle, and were welcomed and entertain
ed by thoso gentlemen, and their excel
lent wives, with that courtesy and gone
roelty which In characteristic of the citi
zens of Cairo. Refreshments wero dls
pednscd with liberal hands amidst
good humor and abundance of
wit, for which tho editorial fratornlty of
Illinois will ever feel grateful, Tbo en
tertainment at this city will conclude to
night with a grand ball at the Bt. Charles,
which promises to bo a magnificent af
fair. Volumes of praise aro duo the en
terprising citizens of Cairo and Mound
City for their kindness and hospitalities
extended to tho members of tho press,
and their ladles, during their few days'
Btay among them. Cairo Is a a llvo olty.
So Is Mound City. God bless tho Inhab
itants of both these cities. May they
ever prosper. s
r. o. or o. i.
Alexander lodge, No. 224, I. 0. O. F.,
will celebrate tho fiftieth anniversary of
Odd Fellowship, at their hall on Com
mercial avenuu, on Monday evening,
April Cth, 1S09, at? half past Heven
o'clock, n.ra., by conferring tho.degreo
of Rcbeknh, and by a ball at St. Charles
Hotel, during tho same evening.
All members of the order arc Invited
to bo present. By order of
COMSIITTKK OF AltKANGKMKNTS.
I am now engaged, somewhat exten
sively, In the manufacture of cigars, hav
ing four first-class workmen employed,
and am prepared to furnish the trade with
tho best cigars in market at prices that
will defy competition.
Tho attention of retail dealers is partic
ularly invtcd, fully persuaded, as I am,
that it will prove largely to their advan
tage to procuro their supplies at my estab
lishment. No. 102, Commercial avenue.
apllOOt P. Haui
HllllMrtf Tabid For Male.
Two second-sized billiard tables, Phc
Ian cushions, for salo at a great sacrifice.
Call at the Sunflower saloon, on Pat
Gentlemen desiring flrstclass day
board can be accommodated at Walker
& SImoii'8, Egyptian Block, Ohio Lovee,
at $25 per mouth. aplG-lw
Pulaski county wants a new Jali. Seo
call for proposals in unother column.
A band of negro burglars wero discov
ered In Springfield, Teun., last week,
and several of them arrested. They had
perfected plans for robbing all the houses
in the town, and had robbed several
boforo they wero detected.
Charlotte Thompson, the actress, will
gather the crop on her cotton plantation
lu Alabama, and then go to San Fran
cisco to fulfill a professional engage
ment. Corn has been bitten down to tho
ground by the late frosts in Pontotoc
county, Miss. All the farming interests
there are spoken of as very backward.
A London advertisement announces
that "Ned Wright, tho converted burg
lar, will preach at Wandworth assembly
room, and break open the doors of hell
with a gospel Jimmy."
How It HavpcBcA.
The MaysvHIo 'Bulletin' tells
vouuc SteiTee cot the post-efflco.
John A. Bell, of the Georgetown
Times', was tooDemocratlo to retain the
post-office at that place. Judson H.
Bteffee went to school with a third
cousin of Gen. Grant's brother-in-law's
step-father, and got the place.
Port Llat for tfe 84 Hoara Eadlasx at
Two 'clock, P. M.
Gen. Anderson, Colum.i Win. White. Puducaht
W. 1!. Urown. Kanawha; Champion, Cincinnati!
Quiekiten, Kni?ille; Minnrola, '
KreningStar, N. O.j Alice Dean, "
Hawk Eye, t,tiU Louis; Uelle HI. Louis, Memhij
ficn. Anderson. Colum.j "Wm. While, PaJucah;
Champion. Si. Louisi quickstep, Kvamville;
Uellu St. Louf a, St. Lui Hawk Eye, No. t. Cm ;
W. II. Urown, Luminary, .Nickiburgi
Evening BWr. ' Mlnaeola, Memphis;
Alico bean, !ew Orleans; Tyrone, Naatmlle.
The weather continues variable al
though we have been spared the Inflict!
lou of more rain. Our nolghbors, some
where, have had a fresh supply as tho
temperaturo has fallen from 78 yesterday
noon to G5 at noon to-day. Wo begin to
have hope of continued dry weather.
The upper Mississippi and Missouri aro
both fulling, but a flood, is pouring out of
the Osage causing a rise In tho loKer end
of the Missouri aud at St. Louis. The
Illinois Is also rising.
The Ohlo is stationery at Pittsburg
after rising several Jays. Thero is ten
feet in the channel. It Is rlsiug at. Gal
llpolls from u famuli rise in the Kanawha,
but falling at Cincinnati and Louisville
and rising below. Thero is seven feet
large in the oLute over the falls.
Hero the river has risen 18Iuches slnco
last report aud is about twelve feet below
high water mark. The Cumberland Is
still rising wjth 18 feet water on Harpeth
Shoals aud we may therefore expect the
river here to rise for two or three days
more. Some very heavy drift has been
passing out of the Ohio to-day.
Business haa been only moderate.
The Champion, Minneola and Lumi
nary eaoh discharged small amounts of
dry goods aud sundries for Cairo, and
the Luminary reoeleved about 50 tons
assorted freight for Memphis, Vlcks
burg and Intermediate points.
Tho White brought 8 hhds tobacco, 2
bx ditto for St. Louis, and receieved Q
hhd tobicco, 150 btu wheat for Padu
cah. Shu frequently takes tobacco to
Paducah, where It Is sold and shipped
back on the same trip, without ever
leaving. the boat, for reshlpment from
Cairo to St. Louis. The six hhds tobacco
which she received here yesterday.
were brought from some point between
Cairo and Columbus, and will doubtless
arrive again in a few days bound for
New Orleans, St. Louis, or- New York.
Why cannot Cairo be made u tobacco
market, and thus save thie extra ex
pense to the farmer of freights up and
down tho same route?, ,
The Quickstep brought out 50 bbls ce
ment, 30 bbls potatoes, several lots sun
dries for Cairo, 35 bbls whisky, 1 horse
and baggy, and 5 bbls eggs for reshlp
Captain Davis, of tho John Lumsden,
built in Louisville, last summer, writes
as follows about his boat: "Our boat has
been a decided succucss, and wo run her
at from $1,000 to $1,200 less expenso than
cither of tho others and' can stow 125
hogsheads more than either of tho boats.
Buz, of Pull Tight, wishes to know
which nre "either of tho boats" referred
to by Capt. Owen. We can ouly say that
neither tho Tobo Hurt nor Thompson
Dean propose to. contest with tho Lums
den in regard to low doitm expense, nor
capacity for stowing tobacco.
Tho Wm. White, Capt. Northern,
leaven hero this ovenlng for Paducah.
The Cumberland, Capt. Wm. Lowth,
leaves for EvansvlMo and all way points
Tho Robt E.Lee, Capt Cannon, leaves
for New Orleans this ovenlng.
QAIUO CITY BOOK BINDERY.
MARCUS .SI LYE HUE KG,
33oolc - IFtlncior, Xlulor
Blank Book Manufacturer,
No. 73 Ohio Lkvkk, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
110 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
In Elliott A Haythorno'a Hoot ami Shoo Btnrr,
sssrCutting donn on nhort notice. mar<f
PIANOS AND SEWING MACHINES.
J O. CARSON,
Acent for tho rain of
PIANOS AND ORGANS
W1IKELKK fc WlUiON'H
JSI o -w A xi. k JklAolalnoi
1 with to Inform the citizens of Cairo antl adjoining
country, that 1 am now
Flnnoa, Orgiuia, aud Wheeler 4u Wllson'a
Privilege or Purchase,
Rents deducted from tho purchase price until pr.ld In
All pertons wishing Instruments orBewIng machines
are invited tn
Call and Leara Fartlcalars.
fetions obtaining Instrument throagh my agency
will obtain them at the
REGULAR E3TAl)U3HF.n PRICES.
And will save, freights and the expenso of tuning for
EVERY MACHINE WARRANTED,
Terfeot In erery way.
For further particular and illustrated circular!,
J. O. CARUOSf,
apUd3m Cairo, Illluols.
f lLLIAM W. THORNTON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Cedar Posts, Doora, Sash, minds and Win
OfMco oh Tenth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Arenues,
Rock River Paper Company a Sheathing Felt
II. W. Joha's InproTed Koalas;
Asbestos Cement always smb-
In lsjgo or small quantities,.' ,
CAIRO TnASSRIMiX '
sTIUAS. T. II1NDE. " .
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FOItWAKDINO AND COMMISSION
stk t wr-i wf" m
CAIRO TRANSFER COMPAJIT ?
CAIRO ILLINOIS. .,
ThroiiBli IIIIU of Lndlnsr Riven to all
ATatlaltle Points by ltnil or Wal.
sarai'EciAL Attention to forwarding.
QAIltO AND NEW ORLEANS.
ATLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
COMPROMISE LINE STEAMERS
3sr 3B "W
O H X 33 JS. 3NT 19
w. n. AiiTiiun !)!:?
f.ADV OAV Ill 'UK, Mnjlcr,
hutii ..ri:r,itAM, jiiwter,
PAUMXK CAHHOLL Will I K. Minlor,
IIIN.MARCK ENTRIKKN, Master
I.IZZIK Oll.Ii t...O,.NML, Mii'tor,
COMMONWKAI.TII .CONI.V, Miwter,
CONTINKNTAI KEKNOtJII Mast'r
GREAT HKI'UIJI.IC .. DO.VAMHON Master
M I HH1HH1 IPI II KEN M ;;tcr,
THOMPSON DMAS l'EI'I'Elt, Master,
.MOI.LIi: A HL 12 . ..........AllI.i:, MaMrr.
Comprising Ml Hie flnet and largest bonts out of St.
Onooftlienl'Oto lino of steamers
Will leavo Cairo for New Orleans every
Connecting at New Oilcan- with Ocean Lino of gleam
Liverpool, Xevr York, Iloalou, mid Onlves
ra'ceniterit anil Hhlpp'-rs cin rely on ono of tlieso
lat Icnvina t'ulro piun-tunlly n o Wire. Will pny
particular attention to all way fr.-lulit I ow Mcmpliir.
lo Now Orleans. CIIAb. T. IllMlh,
Oeneml Acent, Cairo.
Ome. on Wharfloat. I'ul'lic Lamlln.
ED. K. SfSMN, racnitr ami Ticket Agent.
Odlce, ntHt. Charles Hotel.
EMPHIS AND ST. LOUIS
DPA.OK33T O O IVrXPyVONT Y
The followltiK Iloata compriKo this Lino and wlH
run In Uio followlnic order t
lArrlro at Cairo.lAirivont Cairo,
I nowM. : CP.
BELLE ST. LOUIS,
CITT OF CAIRO,
Tuesday, 6 p.mlHatiirdayl a.m
.Thursday ipm, Monday. 1 a.m
kiturdar. 5p.mThurs., 1 n.m
VICKHUUho s (;K EW.
' ArrhoutCuiio Arrive ul Cairo,
Ho.it. P"WN. '.
ClTr OF ALTON, Wclnd'y,5p.m FrliUy, 1 a.m
Arrher. Matcr .
MAUIILK L-ITV. " " "
RUIIICO.n'. Friday, 8 p.m Sunday, 1 u.m
Itlake. Mailer: I "
LLMINAKV, I " " " "
liinwar. Majtfr)' ,
M.E. KOIfltTII, Minday, 4 p.ni Wcdnxl'y In.m
Hancy, Mailer i I
JULIA, I " " " "
OUIahan ,r ;er.i
Northern Line Packet Coinptwiy,
Keokuk Puckct Comiinny,
Omaha Packet Co.iU'J'
und Vajlous Hullrnnil Lines.
At Memphis with
MetnnliU and White River Packet Co.,
Arkansas Illver l'xckrt Coiiianr,
Memphli and Charleston It. 11.,
and MUlslnil & Tennessee II. It
At Vicksburg with
Vasoo River Packets, and
Vlckahurg and Merlitl-n Railroad,
OItIhi Ihroush bills lading and tickets (o allarallable
iolnU by raflor river. . ...
CMAS.T, i::: r.. . .-i Aeont.
Oflico on Wharf-boat.
ED. K. aiSSON, Ticket and Passenger A'tit.
JASIIVILLE AND CAIRO
,oc aao? o-ZwXXv3N"7
fxir DAILY LINEl-fc
Consl,''" of tlio following
Vsplcndid passenger steamers:
SIMS... -..Master HARPER- -..Clcils
STRONG .....Muter WOOlKi Cerk
HARMON.-.........Masler WEAVER- CTerk
l)A1H Master iS - -...CleJk
Maklnirall Intcriiienlatolandlnfis. and clvine special
attention to way business.
t.ll.V. r. lll.il'r., uviivrui akui
dec21 'C8d Qt&co on Wliurfboat.
MEMPHLS WHITE RIVER AND
v: :.::z states mail line.
JOHN H. DAVIH, Hnji'l, MemphlK, Tennessee.
Thu hpiuudld sluo-whcol
MAYVLOWKR, C'OSIMKROIAI and
lillilSRT V No. -4,
l.earo Mempnm orery 'lunuAi, iiiuiiiat win
MATURDAT, at S p.m., for While River, connecting at
Ourall'i lllurrwilh the MeinphU and Littlo Roak Rail
road for Little Hock and I lot HpriugH, Tlmo from
Sieinpiim to i.uno hock, is nours,
Frelglils and I'assenKers receipted oror tho above
Line at lewer rates than any other routo.
CHAS. T. 1IIMIK, Agent, Cairo. III.
Offlco on Wharf-boat.
JjJVANSVILLE AND CAIRO
Couaiallnir of tho following
Splscuia r.vuger Steaaiersl
PU8OU0HET Master I FO L.- Tfrtt
lvea Cairo fiundey and Tnursuay i o p.m.
DEXTER Mailer 1 0RAMMR Oert
leaves Cairo Tuesday ana rriaay at o p.m.
WM. A. LOWTH...Msj(cr WRIQUT.-......-.......aHt
' Imatm Cairo Wednesday and Saturday at S p.m.
llaklu all intermediate landings, and paying pair
MculAtatUaUou U Packet VTelghfa.'
OHAS, T. UlNITE. Of neral Agent,
' Office on WBiitoxfet.