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THE OA 1110 DALLY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JANUARY lo, 1874.
oaW Faster of thaCItj nml Comity.
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BMtlBK matter on every lingn.
Tni Missouri legislature hat confirmed
0n, Frank lllalr stnte superintendent of
. ' i Hi
Col. Robert U. "Withers was olectsd
UalUd State Senator by tbo Virginia
legislature on Tuesday.
Kirx hundred thousand dollars worth
of proporty was destroyed by flro in tho
town of Natiok, Massachusetts, on Tuct
Tar. Ohio legislature, on Tuesday re
flected AHn O. Thurman to tbo United
States Senate The ifepubKcfini cast
tholr roles for Kx-Gov. Npyes.
Tnx bill authorizing county commit
tloneri tc perform tho powers and duties
heretofore devolving upon tho county
courts1 In the transaction of county busi
ness .in counties not under town
ship organization, lias ' passed
the . . Stn&ts and is on its
second reading in the House. It wilt un
doubtedly pass without further amend
ment than a rotroactlvo clause and will go
into force immediately upon Hs passage.
The ceal miners of Pennsylvania have
inaugurated what promises to bo a long
triko, unless the employers viol J, which
they show no signs of doing at prcsont.
The suspension was caused by a propotl-
of th operators to roduce tbo basis of
wages for 1374 twenty-Ore cents a to
below tho minimum of 1873. Two dol
lars and fifty cents was the bnsis of 1873.
Fifty thousand men are believed to be idlo
and unless oporatora and minors agree on
a satisfactory settlement, the probability
is no furthor mining will be done btforo
April or May.
OnicAoo is not happy. In one soma of
th word,the most prosperous, thj most en
terprising, tho most rapldly-grovri
on th continent, its municipal filial
bean most wretchedly managed and it is
now on the vorge of bankruptcy and w
pudiation. Its great Are and "reform
government- and plurality of municipal
boards have very nearly done :or It. Tho
city debt is over fifteen millions of dollars
and th treaiury shows a doflcit of five
hundred thousand dollars, gone nobody
tnows Vfbor excopt the late city troasu
rer David A. Gage. Tho fact Is, Chfcugo
nas &ourisn, too much. It has had too
many irons in tho ilro. It has had too
much government. It has Mtumed to
tak too good care of its people. It has
given them altogether too much air and
unshlne. And now tho bills are coming
in, and thero is nothing to meet thorn
"Washington dispatches grow intro-t-
Ing. Tho confirmation of Caleb Gushing
chief justice, which seemed probablo n
few days ago has boon rendorod altogether
improbablo by the dovolopemonts of tho
last day or two. Tho unexpected stand
taken by tho President oa tho Toxas olec
tioa question his answer to Gov. Davis,
has aroused no little constornation among
the ultra-Radicals of Washington and has
been th means of arraying against the
President, under tha lead of Senator Mor
ton, the entire carpet-bag olement in the
Senate. In addition to hit nomination of
Cushing and his rofusal of troopi to the
Texas radicals, olther of wnlch would
have singly been a cause of offonto to his
party, it ii alto given as more than a ru
.... m.v jiiunujm some nmo ago
uiauo muovrn uis determination to veto
th. civil right bills when it went to him
unless the clause in it ontorcing cduca-
nonai miacegenatlon should be strickoa out.
All sorts of rumors aro afloat, and "what
next' H me question waiting to be an
swored. - ,
ArrAixs In Texas have assumed n very
unsatisfactory aspect for tbo "Jaw and or
dr' parly of Gov. Davis. That gontlo
man, who holds on to ofilce with a grip as
t ag at Flannagan'e on hs back-pay,
n an appeal to tbe l'residont for!
UniUd States troops to assist him in on. I
forcing th decision r th supremo court
of Txas that the late election, was un
oonstltuttonal. President Grant refuted
lb appeal la th following unmistakable
'.'Kxkcutiv Mxsisios, Jauarv li
--Jo Gov. Davis, Austin. VexaV'
aotloa of th supreme court of Tem in ,1.
clarlng tb. latUl.cloa uucon.t
and asking for th. us. of troop, to n?.'
Tentaa appr.hend.d violence are received
Th call h B.t mad in acoordanc , with
th constitution of th. Uni..:.... Vxh.
th act of congress under it, and cannot
therefore, be i?ranta,l. ThJ .... I " .ol'
ltgislatur of 'rexas providing for u. ro.
cent eleotlons have rocelved vcur
al, and both political parties having mad.
nominations and havlntr eonrtuni .u-
political campaign under Its provision!,
would it not be prudent, at well at right
'd to tbe verdict of tbe pooplu M ex-
-".ir ballots t
U, S. Obi.nt,"
te, Governor Davis it
i ordering that "thot.
i - legltUtort or other
t to anumo tho
advlting " all
4 . i, -cltlon of the
With the lata steady nnd substantial
growth of Cairo many new InternHt and
onterpntct have been developed. A mo tig
all these, however, thero is a Held remain
ing open for cnterprite and capital which
Is at yet unworktd. e mean tbo hldo.
lealbir and shoo finding buiineit. Tlio
boot and shoe lititincis In Cairo It largo
and rapidly growing larger. No leu thau
a dosen boot and shoo shops and stores era
now opeo, alt doing o paying, Lutiucst.
Several first-clan harness shopt aro In
operation and others about to be started.
All tho shoo flndlngi, leather, etc , for
thcto thoo and harnats shops aro pur
ohated abroad, at very much uiguer
prices, freight, fet?., Included, than they
would cost at n home establishment. lie-
side the city patronage which a hldo and
leather storo woull command, all tho
small towns on the line ot tbo Illinois
Ceutrn), CIr nnd Vincennes, Cairo, Ar
kansas and Toxas, Mobilo and Ohio, r.nd
Mlislttlppi Central railroad!!, and .many
points on both riven would soon depend
on tho Cairo market for tho purcbxio of
stock nnd tho salo of hides nnd furs.
Tbo business could certainly be mndu to
pay and that immodlately. The profits
on contracts for tho silo of hides in car
load lott to IJaitorn tanneries, are im
mense. A gentleman who has had large
oxpenence in tho businois, who is now
traveling for a hide and leather establish
ment oT annthor city, t.i conildgnt llmt mi
ontcrpriso of that kind in Cairo, started
on a capital of tlireo or lira thousand dol
lars, would djubln the money intidii of
twolve months. Tho protpect is worth
examination by our bin in us men. The
capital required it not large, tho profits
of tho buslncM would be oerUln, tpcody
and satisfactory, nnd tho interest would
be ono more added to tho many which
aro now centering In Cairo and surely
and rapidly helping hor to vcork out her
SIOKLUS AND Klall.
L atlilnglon cor.,oI tho Chicago Ticic.l
A statement from (Jen. Sickles has just
ar.ivcd from -Madrid ronornini; tho netto
. ... .. . i - .
uuvwoeo cipain hnu tno united
statot on tlie Vlrglnius affair. It uppoiirs
tbut from tho 7lh of Noveiubur.wlipn Nnn
Ulcltlcs was ollicially apprised by Secretary
Fish of tbo capture of tno Virginlus. until
wini omnia, siCKies hcIcu
mainly on his own judgment. On tho Htli
of .November, ho received by ciblo Secre
tary Fish's olnboroto instructions
of tho lath, l'roni tho touo of
tboso instructions, (Jen. Sickles suppoiad
kuuw vuo uciiou states nirnrnmnnt
nau atsumod a positive atitude. Ho read
the greater portion of them to Cnrvaial,
the Spanish minister for forolgn Mluirs.
That othVial coinniunicated to tho minis
try, and tho Snanlsh ifovnmmnt nnum,.
. . ------- rj
T1IK 1I1DB AND 1KA.THF.n
NKHU TN OAIKO.
mt cirj lllu conclusion that the United States gov
,. t ... "'""e"1 was in earnest. Sickles gave the
rsuave apanuh government to understand tho m-
evitaoio cotiseqcences it might expect If it
failed to make immediate and ample rpa
ration for tho pBst, und to givo security
for tho future lio managed his .'aso mi
that on tho night of tho i!7th of Novem
ber he tucceodud in Dririglng tho Sntnih
government to terms. A protocol was
drawn by himaolf and Carvajnl, which was
to havs boen signed on the mo.-nitig of
tho Utith. It hud been submitted to
too minntrr. nnd nntiroro.l. in t.
ioL- of thn Milh. thn .Sri.ii!ih ,,.,!.....' r...
foreign atTotrs fnrormcj ;.. fjlchj thtt
ue nan received a more iavorxli n'Xr nf
settlement directly from tho government
at Washington, which tho minister had
accented, and negotiations with il.n a
icau minister were consid OOfil fit rt uml
Two day aftcrwari, on tho 00th day of
ovombcr. Mr-Fish informal Mi- sim-.
Jes that he bad signed tho protocol of the
to him by tho homo government, bocnuso
itdiicrcdited him with tho Spanish Gov
-vm. uitnius rrraruou III A a an hllrnnl
ernment. It induced tho Spanish govern
ment t.. think that Mr. Sickle
WftJ in Ills individual nun.
ity pressing it for terms which
his own Kovernment did not rinmnr. i
require. This view of tho matter v.aa im
mediately put forth throuch the press of
-uBunu on tun z-jiu and SOth of Novcrn-
uer. -nr. i itn ua not inform (Jnnoral
oicr.ies oi iuo p.irttculars of his arraiico
menu wun AUmlral Polo, but (aid ho
would send them by mail. i!ut on tho
same uay inn particulars wore msdu pub
iiu in iiow iorK unit London. d'ncral
Sickles; finding himself abandoru-d l.y hit
buuiiiuivu(, l uujiuorou nis uteiuliiet at
niiona, aim immediately rongnoJ. Ha
claims that ho was successfully pnrniinr
the lino of policy marked out by Mr
l ith, when th latter suddenly f rsook
mm r.nd chose to make a loss advanU-
prij nnu nonorablo sett oinant ,r ,
wiwi Admiral I'olo at W ashlnL-
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
A "liiiimglng l.clloi-" Coniw to Ml-IiI.
Hit' IJoasons for tlu Wilhilruvinl.
WiaiiiKOTOK, January U. Mr. Cush
ng sent K letter to the Pre.idont nskmi:
ChleWfUte'ttl10f lU, "tl0.. for ht
Chief Justiceship, Rnd tho 1'resldcnt has
In view of the uctlou of tim rami 1.1 1 ...
ina last rortv or flftv
ciu l et . L'.1.,;.,, d,l,.Vlil1 'vieJ of
thut' i . " BVrIJ-.Itlti.nd, arguing
.u . . c,lflr'itlou ought not to ho
thought of for a moment. b
ta s wor then madu for , vote, but
Mr. lloutw.ll expressed de.lro tc iiiily
and tb? caucus accordingly tuJjourtirJ to
Ktvohim and other friends oi "h,
such opportunity. Jlatwe.n 12 . n I V
?'c'otfkil''Hrnt received a , im", .
tlon from an undisputed source that i M.
fto ,VWng had been at
covereu hi the rob-t archlvos
and leaving th Senate fihambor
i went at once to tho war departtnenl to
boon ascertains. Jieruoy hvo
obtain it. He wes Informed by Adjutant
(loneral Towntond that an order from tbe
tecrctary of war would bo nocestary
authorize tba iurnlthlng (of tho tlr-alr id
copy; nnd Mr. Sargent proeooded to tlio
executive mantlou where Secretary
llelknap was attending a mcotlng of the
cabinet, atid at tbo time consulting with
the president about the very document in
flcn. llolknap Jmadu Mr. Sargonts re
quest known to the preidant who at onco
sild it should )j compiled with as tho
nowly dlscovorM letter was ono which
it eminently l.oGtted tbo Souato to hear
end take into consideration. A ccrtifiod
copy having been handed to Mr,
Srgnt ho returned to thecapitol in timu
for tlio afternoon caucus.
Mr. ISoutwell took tho floor, according
to agrcemont nnd made n speech of somo
longth In favor of Cushing, and was fol
lowed by othor friends of Cuthing as here
Mr. Sivrcent retcrved the Important
lttor with thn viiw to allow uverytning
to lo slid in support of C'ulhmg's con
firmation that could bo said by
any ono prcntn, boforo putting an
md to the disftitilon by producing
tho document Finally he obtained 'h
floor and read and commented on the let
ter, being listened to with the clotset at
tention. Tho result upon tbo caucus was
already docldod. Wlion tho I'rosidcnt
read tho luttorof Ciiihing to Jofi' Davis
he at one concluded to wltndraw the
nomination of Cushing and caused a com
munication to be writton to thoSonnte for
that purpose. Tho Prssident l;now boforo
he nominated Cmhlng that that rccntloman
had taken tho slate's rights vlow of ques
tions whlh agitated tbo country j:ist pro-
yious to tno breaking out ot
tim lato YM war, hut vvhon
Fort SumpTor mum9' fired unon
Mr. Cushing mado a patriotic f pooch, and
offered his sorviccs in n military cifi
city to assist in patting down tho rebellion.
utnor gentlemen nau. iiko t-ushing deliv
ered thoir opinion that tho government
tis'l no rigm to coerce a slato wlioro ho-tlliti-,
reuVd, they wore actively on tho
tide of tho I'ni in, but now that this letter
ot Joft Davis had como to light, stating so
broadly tho disunion vlows, tl.o presi
dent, lioiwitnstanuinc: nit appreciation ot
Cuthlng's lecal attainments, resolved to
withdraw his namo.approhonsi o that his
opinions as exprctod In tho patt might
injuriously ctfect tho dncMons in the su
preme court In ovent cf his conflruatlon
at chief justice.
Tho prosldcnt called nn extra cabinet
meet ing to-day which lasted nearlv two
hours ; during which tho fulject of chief
justice whs considered.
A short time before thn president's pri
vate secretary started for the capltol, a
Ionic loiter from Cmhlng, through Gen.
Ilntlcr, wn rocolved by tbo president, in
whish tho writor thanks tho president for
his kindness and partiality in nominating
him for tho great ofilco, nnd as if in con
tradiction of numorout chargot against
bun frm newspapers nud othor sources,
cxpress.t hit conviction on tho pro
prtoty of soveral amondmonts to tho con
stitution, added sinco the Into civil war,
nnd in conclusion asks that his nomina
tion ho w thdrawn from the Senato. Tho
l'residont detained tho private secretary
and added to the messago a post script,
staCug that tinci tho meiaco was yester
day v- .iton, ho had received a letter from
Cuthin . a copy of which
ho inclosed, deeming it nn
ft't of juttlco to that gentleman to lay
the tamo before the Senate, as tho post
script wat written.
Tho private secretary loft thn executive
mansion for tho purposo of dollvoring the
messago to tho Senate. Tho meisago is
accompanied by Cushings lettor to Davis,
as grounds for'which tlio nomination is
withdrawn, and also a letter ot Cushlnga
ti) tho president, to which reforonco is
nbovo made. Tho original loiter of Cutb-
lllif tA tlftVll U in - f-oflfII vT Ibo
war department. Senator Sargent has a
copy of it. which ho procurod yesterday by
vlrtuo of hit senatorial privilege, anil
which was cxhibitod by him to tho caucus
Tho following It tho nestago of the
rresiuont witnuruvving tuo nomluaiion oi
Caleb Cuthing .
Kxccutivi. Mansion, Jan. U, 1874.
To tho Sonato of tho -United Stato:
Hinco the nomination of Caleb Cuthing of
Virginia, to tho Chief Justico of tbe Su
premo Court of tho United States, infor
inatlun has reached mo which induces mo
to withdraw hie nomination for tho high
est judicial ofilco in tho governmont.
Signed, U. H. (Jiiat.
V am."ixuto.v, January It. -Mr. Po-
lurd, lrtin tho committee on revision of
laws, reported a rovlsiou and codification
Of tho ttattltU 111) to tho lit of nAdimh.i-.
1873, and proceoded to givo a history of
iuu wuri. aim ittioraunts oi Importance
and aecesslty. The report consisted of
ovor aO.OOO printed pages. Afior long
dlectistlon as to the boa niodo of acting
on the revision, it was finally agreed to
hold two evonlng rcsslous each week for
iti consideration, beginning with Wedncs
day and Thuwduy evenings of next wool;.
Tlio iiouso then wtnt into committee ot
tl.o whole, I). II. Jtoberts in tho ohalr, for
tlieconsidHration of the naval appropria
tion bill. ' '
In n discussion on tl.o item appropriat
ing ?157,ut.o for civil ettablitliniHuts at va
riout naval dopattments, Mr. Uock spoko
or tho oxtravaginco of tho navy depart
mont, charging that money appropriated
horetoioro uHd been usod for political nur-
Mestrs. llaln. Markwoather im.l r:..ll....
replied 10 lieck, the former asierting that
Heck had frequently made s overo charges,
and hod as frequently beon answered.
Argument ensued at to whether the
city of Now York is at the
Mr. Hale of Malno said that the dlicut
(don had taken fearful and wonderful
vuaipiiuauont, ana us lie J1J pot know
what would como next, ho would now
inovo that tho 'ommittoo rise.
Tho eommittcu rose without havinn
mada much progrofs on tho bill.
From Council IMnIN, Iowh
CotiNiiL Iiuurrs, January 11, Elijah
Cowles, about 50 year
oi age, nnd head
nnin ii. y ,"Vrr, v"lh prominunt
ffii i lnd,lM,. " brought to this
United States Commiftlonor Wllliaini and
waiving nn examination gave ball in tho
amount of $20,000. Cowlet was, herto-'
fore, highly thought of.
llOSluS. J&nilKri.. II
Anril' IM? Ji"""tt., dated
mg tbo proiered sorvicos or that contle
man, is iunio mWa to-day. a
nin u, J'!lri!,.,'0.ur rfflun' nd avowed
opinion, tendering Ideat and tentlmonts
Mm'1".'"11"';11"' yur n"oy or social,
El! . i ii"Bd VCU'i ,,RUl0tl11 lD'"courfd
with hmdlng setcstlonltts of rebel states,
rnaiatainod for years, and never unlets at
this moment dlieoutimtpj c..i.t.i .
. . , .-.um lily Jltlll-
ng any place for you tn the council ot
PMi If. lr,td' wn """toil Avora,
1 ottowattamlo county. Iowa, this morn!
h g, charged with mail robbing or tho
United Scutes mall. i wi.. ..C, t.
From Ciilcngo. ,
Cuiuauo, .January 14. To-day holm?
tbo limb fixed by tho criminal court for
the oppearanco of Kx.Oity Treasurot
Osge. to pload to tholndlctmentt recently
found against blin, hit countol, Leonard
Swett and VVIrtDector,nppearod and asked
for a postponement of lliucaio until they
could havetimoto contult In regard to it,
which thoy had not yol had an opportun
ity of doing. Aftortomo explanation it
wan flm lly agreed that tho hearing or tho
rate should be postponed until tbe 'M
From Kcw York.
Nfsw YonK, January 14. Two Swecd
Ith soamon quarreled ovor a gamo of cards
in their boardlrig homo In iirooklyn this
morning, and ono of thorn, IV tor Sloven
son, literally carvod tho othor to death.
From Madrid. .'
MaiiiUh, January M. A portion of tho
forcn engaged In the sclgo of Cartagena
hat marched agalnn tha'Jjarlists.
Ollluool Obi-oiTatlon, Hignal ."crtlee f. S.
army. Dally report ot the.lago ot water,
Willi the changes for the 2t hours ending
tWo'clock p. m., January II, 1ST4,
" Xhove "CiiutiKt-?.
lirownviile . . . . . , .
Now Orieans . . .
'1 tl' 0; 1
It! 0 0 .
J I IV 0
ii I a
t7 i 0
as, o; s
0 0 0
17 4 ill- 4
o iV :
.' 7' o' l
17; -1 Uj ii
i 0 Hi I
Surface oi water Lelow Pencil mark.
Oberver slg. er. U. S. A
Pittshuro, January 11. Kiver 17 feet
10 inches and fulling.
New OitLiuss, January l i. Arrived
John Maude, Memphis. Departed Chat.
EvANbVlLLr., January It lliver ri.
ing. Marks show 37 feet. Port list Ar
lington, 11 a.m.; Geo ltotcrt, 0; Pwytono
and barget. Down Grey Kule ' p.m.;
Idlowlld 4J! Mary Atnent 0.
MEuritii!, January ll. -Wflathor cold.
P.iver rising steadily. Arrived Ores
Republic, Now Orloani. Departed Kil;
gour, Future City and Tolle, Now Orleant
i-annio Lewis. Hod river; Mary Hoyd
Arkansas river ;
L?gal Tender, Whito
Loviarn.i.K, January 14 Kiver 1ms
fallen 2 feet in tho 21 hours ending a H
this evening. At that hour the marks
showod L'l feet in the canal and 10 in the
pasj. Tho weather has been very cold all
day and it growing colder, with tba mer
cury nt t!4. Arrived Pat itogers. Clncln
n.i;. VepartcU j.ogor. Memphis.
M Alt KEt'SpORT.
Mr.niMiii, January 14 Flour firm at
0 00d.'J 00. Corn moal dull at 3 0 ; sales
at 3 10. Corn in good demand at 70.
Oats scare and firm at &7'i8. Hay in
ferior dull and nominal; choice renrconnd
firm. Hran steady at 18 0018 ''5. Lard
quiet and unchanged Hulk moats ad
vancing. New Orlia.v.i, January 14 Flour
firm, tobie 78- family 8 25(9 75. Corn
easier At 71(S)73. Oats easier S3f3)65iJ.
Hay dull and lower at 20; choico scarce
at'Ja. PorktirmatlS 7E01C. Dry salt
meats, none in first hands. Lard quiot at
Oic; lecg OJffllOc. Sugar in fair demand
and firmer, inferior 4J6; common iJ(c?;G;
Ciiicaoo, January 14. Flour duiet and
unchanged.- Wheat quiet, weak and
lower; No 1 1 201 ; No 2 1231 cash;
1 2D February; No 3 1 17J. Corn dull,
umettlod and lower; No M f9 cash or
January; ouj rouruary. Ualt quiet,
weak ud lower ; No 2 42J on spot ; 42
Febraury. P.yo steady; No 2 70(3)81.
Harloy quiot and unchangod. Provitions
dull and drooping. Pork declined ; 11 20
on spot; M oSFobruery; l!i 00 March.
Lard lower and closed steady nt f cash ,
Oj February. Ilulk McnW quiet and
weak; shoulders OJC-'l't i clor rib S looso
(in spot, (ireen mea'tt steady ; shouldors
CJ for I6II1 averages. Whisky firm at 07J.
St. Louis, Jnnunrv Flour dull;
tuper 4 705 5: X '. 60C05 76; X.X
COOgO 60; X.X (! 757 00; family
7 25tJ .13. Wheat spring dull and
lowor, No J 1 liffyl i!E;t-; lull dull No 3
rod 1 -ICtai 47; No 3 1 01 I 05. Corn
Htoady, No 2 mixed COfindlo for car load
lots. Oata dull, clotod taelnr, No mixed
44tn)i5c. liarlev firm: nrimn nrnl
strictly primo 1 401 CO; choice 1 CO
1 CG. Ityo higher 8485c. Prrk un
changed, 10 00(77115 2b: irroon moats
steady, shoulders CJc; clear rib 7c; clear
7jc; hams 8c; dry suit quiet .and un
ohanged; looso shoulders G$c; clear rib 7o;
clear 73e. Jiacon stetdv. tliouldors 7e:
olear rib 8; clear !)o. Lard firm, prime
steam 8Ci latt half of Fohruarv On. Gro
ceries actlvo. Itio ooll'ea i8fSl83Jo.
Louisiana sucar 71W.0Jc AVhiskv firm
and higher DBo.
H. MAXWKL i & CO..
MnniifuetiirprH and Dealers In
MACHINE k BURNIC! OILS
Alto Agonla for tho
No. 710, North Ad.iins Street,
St. Loulu, Mo,
HEMI8, JJ0., k CO.,
Aofhth Hons Corro.v Jlii.r.9
NO. bO Obio Levee, Cairo, J I Im.
7, V, M ATHtTfJS.
I), 0. UHI.
MATHUSS & m.
0 O 51 M I 3 Si O S M CltO tl A N ts
HAY AND WK9T11N PltODUOK.
BKNKUAL COMMISSION' MKItCHAN
And dealer in
IjIUk, Csmsist, Plastbb, Haih, Km
Nil Olllo I.ovi e.
I37"l will frit In car load lotf. at lis ml it
tiiro t prji'o. nddln g Irrlght. A-'t-U
.(. M. I'niMAL'ii,
Fonvarriiug and CoinuiisAion
AKV-UO AT PHO Pltl IfTOlt.
prepares! to torwirttall kind of trulfhl
to all point.
, lliiflmici. rittiniili'il tn tirntnnllv.
t. A VtSllH,
li. lt AiT.ru
i' JL. O
OESKKAL C0MMIS8WK MBHOHANTO
N.7rt I.tvss OnifillAiHO. Ii.im
WUOl) ItlTTKsN'llUUSK A. JJil7.
(iJiifrat t'omuiintiio'i Merho'j
in.i (Uttft I.KVRK
COKPKY, IlAIJKISON & (..'(.,
(Slluteatotntv D. lllSr.i.Vi Sou.i
No 03 Ohio La von,
fi. A. Thorns L. D. 'I liom
TI10M3 & BROTH EH,
b'uucefutra to II. il.Iliiltn,
COMMISSION MIJIWHANTS, HROK BHS
Ju".-I) DKALXnS IN
'lnlli nml I'liimj- (Jiocrtc-,
Foreign and Domestic
KM Commercial Avenue,
OAIHO. . ILUNOIH.
MILIjKU A rAl'.KKlt,
G ENKXt A J t COMMISSION
FtUtWA UDINU M?.ltUH ANTti,
DKALllRK III FLOUH, COILS'
Onts, Hay, etc.,
AG FN TO OK l'AIKIIANlI'SHUAIiIiU
Ohio liDVeo. OAIHO. II,I.INOIH.
(i. J). WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 70 Ohio Lovpc, (JAIUO, Il.l.S.
mST.Spoclal attention given to rontlKii
tiiuutn and tilling orders. 11-2 tt
JOHN It. WILMS & 80N,
iMcnv),.kor- to Jobs 1. rtilllif,)
ror.vMitmuo ai jsuoua nth
DKALKlta IN IIA1', UOltN, OATH,
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
AO It NTS KOH LAFLIN AND HAND
Uou. Tkntii Htukkt ai Ohio Lkykk
(HI 110. 1 Ltd.
NKW YOHK STOiti;,
WHOLESALE AND 1IJ3TAII,,
LAUOHST YARIBTV STOCK IK TUK (11
OOOOrj HOLD VEKY Oimu.
'-'orner or Bllniitoeiilli ntrct riiiI twi,u
O. 0. PAT ir
'A hi A.GKNTS
lHf'"'' A,'"iu,, 1HHION
tl m ii yrC. .
t-4tms)-tntnxs ."t- !!
f I': . I . ,! I ,
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N . It. 'IlilMltWood. J. J.'lliuievrood
TUlSTIsKWOOI) .I CO.,
Ohm m i a a i oy M w it (jiianth
FLOUP., COHN, OATS, HAY, ETC
Nh.ts onio i.i:vi:k.
U.Mitn, - Illinois.
V . btrntton. t. Hird
STJtATTON Si HI HI),
WI10LESA LE G.R0CKRS
Atrents American Ponder Company
No. 37 OUIn l.crpi,
VK T V, K V U II I j,"
Hu. onto i.kvki;
ViOtt. OA1KO, ILLINOIS?
VU ITK COLLAK I'LANINO MILL
V l.l'H'-th, l'r.iirlf..r.
IjATH, HUIWOLKS, OKDAK POSTd
1)00113, SABI1, HMNDM
T IS A M B 0 A T LUHBSK,
Knm!hI on vLurtuol notioc.
tJouiintirciol fivunuo, tiotwccn Tonth and
O A T F?.Of TT.T-i ftiTOTf-T
C. N. n U G H E s ,
a EN ERA I,
OKKIOK: Olilo I.ovec, over lathu-i t
t&FNune but Eirii-Clusi Compunic
TNSU K AJS OEJ
UAVVUUD, MORH1S & OANDUH,
7!i tllito Levtir,
CITY NATIONAL 1IAMK lll.'II.III.WU
Die oidoi-t cstiibllnlieil ARcnoy In Soiitlmrsi
iiiiiioi, rt'iiTBunuiin ovi'r
$05,000,001) 00 I
e tim l,en: InmiiMioi. tliinltHl ol tlio
I'AIIIO AND PADUOJAU
Tba splKBilId ulu&mer
Pick fowLBB, Captain
Leave! Cairo DAILY, (Sundsy excepted) at
i p.ra Ifor frelsat or pMgu gjjpjy ou i'0 tt
0t to .lAH. WAM.011T, Atf.
(J. W. WHEEL KR,
wood .a. 2ni :o noAL
OFh'lUE AND YARD-
JVnlli .Street, butvituii Winlilnlou and
A Inro tiipiilr of I'lttstiiirg and
.Muddy coal constantly ou hand, htoVo
.vuod hswril to order. Orders for -ul oi
wood tbould tio lett ut the oQcn un Teutb
tsn-rt. Ti-ruis. cacti nn delivery.
LiTxpwI.rtvx.Tufk ,.J Fbllt-Uui
VOK PAHaAUK TJUKKTa
OK rllarNA af vftflaff
M'tM.V TO JOHN , O. A if
IS niumlomt Nm toik, or U
IC. II u li t 1 1
WAHD ,1 KOHKHTM,
IE3 .A. I UsT T1 33 S
DtALKUl Iff "WlMIioW MllADtf,
Vi'ai.l PAI'XH, Pom W II lilt
l.XAO, LlMSKKb Oil.
- MflHlT TUM'lt.STINIt, Ol.lU
riuriLi.n', Ai.crtuoL, Ktc, Ktc.
VHi Commercial avenue,
U.unn. . Ii.i.ibiii
Oaiuo J3ox and Basket Co.
LU31HKII OF ALL KINDS
IIAKIf AMI SlOIT.
Kc-fl. cdiutantly onliann
L'l.OUlU.VO ANDSHiINU, AIJiO IjATII.
HILL A Ml YARD COKMEIt TIlIRTT-roOHTU
BTREKT AMI 01(10 LIYXK.
1?1NE MILLINERY GOODS
ntKMII FAI.t, HTVI.KSI.
iM II H . 31 . JACKSON,
(t-'orucrly Mrs. SvrmnUrs,)
smiouncci that Uh Ii u Jihi opened a.Wre
asiorttuent ol the
MOST HASH IOWA RLK,
Millinery Ooodt to Le toilnd in tbe inarkot.
-!tiu will keep on liind
Hath, Hos.skth, Plowkks, Kiiiboms,
Dncas TntMMirfo or All Kinds,
Ladieh KuR.s-ihniNd Goods, Notionh,
Collars, U.vderslkevm, Hvrvn,
Aud all goods found In millinery stores, ill
ut which will ba disposed ot kt the lowunt
cuhh prices. Mm. Jacknon respeclrulit
askHft continuation of tho pataonoga which
hai been mi llbt iully bestsowed upon her by
tlio ladlos of Calr.i and the vicinity.
iTEW LIVERY STABLE
llltrWHIS WAS."W AVtttUH AH WA1V -
ir. it. y, rifidt urorus tn ui.iio tiii i. r
h I V E n T S T A a, a.
nn the norltmMt iJ of luiitli mrri um
His BUbls hIII t futnliaod witt inni. t,i,i tn
AND UOOD VEUIOLKS.
mil the public may be accommodated ut a
ours of tho day and night with sate tcaius
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share ol publla patronage
and will endeavor to merit it by fair cloi'!
and Hrl.-t Htlnnlinn tn tmalncsa.
B F. PARKER,"
iHucceor to Parlter AHlale.)
PAINTS AND OILS
WALI; PAP EH,
'VT.-X .1TXIOW ULAH td.
A. J tba CflftrHtM HlumlaatlB -
UUOHIl' CUILDINV COO IlTB-NT. k UOU
. 4 MnOM?-.lV.,
John Q. Uarmnn.
JOnjf Q. HARMAN & CO.,
.n ii nil ivTi
.i n...,nd. A80llM.or tu 1,1"10l L'eut
and Hurling ton and Mliioutlttallrokd com
Noritt ur, otetu hi. and hia min