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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1874.
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Caix Ousmrea will
the early In February.
50 to Madrid in
Bon 'SiixrEXD, the Governor of tie
District of Columkl, who was a poor
ma dotsa ysar ago, and li now a
mlUloaaiffc, will toon U lnveillgated.
Tho tax pay an of tho District who object
to Shepherd' management of the Jinan
oh, hare pr seen ted a petition to the Sen
ate praying for an investigation of the
A kxsolutiox hu been offered in the
Hoiue of Rtprettntatlve of the Illlnoli
Legislature Instructing the cotamitte on
education to prepare a bill providing for
a unjfrnt's&ist of taxt book forte In
th tjaakjlaoalsbf the State. There.
olutliieiM to which all the people of
the Ue will' ay amen. "What book
shonld-brshould net be uiod In the public
chooli, have heretofore .boen questions
regulated by school superintendents or
board of education, who have changed
the book at often at they aw fit, gtner
ally -to the serious Inconvenience of
parent and Mholari.
'fax Sariatleid correspondent (f the
Bloomlngton 'Pantagrtph' wrote at fol
low on the speech of John 13. Oberly In
the .Hons on the Brsdwell contompt
Mr, Connolly, of Co lei, a littlo. clear
I leaded, well-proportioned man, a lawyer
by profession, and who, until now, has
rather held the first position in the est!
nation of the Eouso in forensic abilities,
made a strong argument against tho Brad
well bill. It fell to Mr. Oberly.of Oairo,to
repir 10 me lawyer s argument in ravor
of continuing to follow tho dusty prece
dsnttof mm. To Mr. Uberlv. it was i
grand occasion. A lawyer by education
by profosslon a journalist, by nature an
orator, ha stood upon the floor the defend-
r aa.aotOthe bottom of hit heart be-
Uertd-jf the rights of the press and the
people against a most unpopular and uu
J ut system. It was plain that the syru.
patty of the House wa with him. Hi
paeon of "Wednesday, against the practice
,oi aunisrung man lor constructive con
tempt, was in my estimation the finest
thing that ha been delivered in the
DEATH OP 1)K. LIVING-
The telegraph report tbo dsuth of Dr.
David Idvlngttoae,the African traveler, in
June last. He was attacked with dysentery
;bllifrveling'from Lake lltou to Un
t ta4n;a'a report wt not credited by
the Bpyal Geographical Society of Lou
doa, iMit all "uncertainty hu been dlsslpa
tod by an official dispatch
received by the Kngliih Govern-
saant - from Zanzibar, ttatlng
ciraatnttantlally that Livingstone had
died ia Loblsa after wading through
marine with water above his waist for
'tours. Ten of Ult parly died from the
effects of the tame exposure. Dr. Living
Son. was born In Blantyra, In Scotland, In
1817. Ha wa a self-educated man. In the
winter.') pursued hit studies In Glasgow
and In the summer worked In the cotton
mills at Blantyra. In 1838 he was admit
ted' a licentiate of the faculty of physi
eiana at uiasgow, and was
ordained minister In 1810, and immedi
ately set sail for Africa to embark in
missionary; labors. With the exception
of two visits to Kagland, one In 1836 and
ukaia 1861, the remainder of hi life was
spent In Africa. Ha married the daugh
Ur ifiev, Robert Ifcfiat a noted African
mltiUaary; she wa the companion of
many atf bis perilous expeditions and died
in Wtyftaga fa 1882.
Tlimhtif of Dr. Livingstone has been
emutilsMi aad will be conveyed to Eng.
laud for burial.
PKAYEE3 VS. WHISKY BELLING.
In may ways hu the couplet " when a
woman will, the will," Ac, been verified.
Tbwoaaen of Washington, Uhio, have
recently deaoottrated that when eighty
oi a hundred women will, the result i
aHtfcataaa, a foregone conclusion. Th
, 101 of Wilmington are opposed to sa-1
laoM and liquor telling, In which ttrny
mtf Tevj much like the ladles of olio-'
towns, cHle and village. Unier the dl- j
iwcStM of Dr. Slo Lewis, who was celled
to hjsturt to tli Wuhlngtoniant on the
TlU cf intatnparanc, a praying cam
palfn against the loon keepen was
ewsjaaUsd tone 'week since, Tho
woman dll not stay at home and pray for
tne wicked llqoor-ttlers In squads of ten
ftfUtn and twenty.they visited the saloonsi
at down In them, and In th presence cf
the keepen and their customers, they
prsysd, tbsy sang, they pleaded, and
thy oqord. The campsign began on
Chrltttnas morning and ou the fourth of
January, the last saloon In the town wat
elated, nil ths druggists in the town had
Igaed a pledge to sell no more liquor
xewpt on a physician's prescription and
nil u uoetort nad promised cover to
prescribe ardent spirits when a substitute
eotld b used.
But, just a the ladies woie allowing
thesatelvet to feel slated over their victo
ry and absut to raise their voices and slug
"Tfca Ld bath triumphed glorioutly,"
cM C-ftaa saloon ksspert opened out
again, "tilt tim with a saloon a little
manner than anv of tboss which had
'l)M sopprsed." Bars was tb women's
syswrtunity rspaatad, They invaded th
saleon, and while it keeper told his wares
t m fw asgraded tippltrs.tbsy sang, thty
bev exhorted loudsr thtn lit'
for. The liquor teller put out his lire,
sprinkled Water on hi floor, and opened
all his doors, but the ladles had no fear
of draughts and persistently
adhered to their determination to conquer
a victory. They finally orected a taber
nacle" In front of the saloon, titled It up
with (eats and stoves, having the side
facing the saloon opon. Hers, prayer
moetings held all day and until tlio saloon
closed at night, were kept up by detailed
committees of the indomilablo femate n
emies of strong drink. Un the Fifteenth of
January success porched upon their ban
ners. The last saloon keeper folded
bis tent and silently stole nwr.
The ladies were in triumphant possession
of tho field and strong with the prestige of
victory. But on returning to their homes
and taking up the evory day burdens of
lifo again, thoy found that the devotees at
thethrlne of tho worm that novor dies had
been going to the next town to gratify
their appetite;, and that, though in a
round-a-bout way, whiskey had conquored
tho women, Instead of vice versa. How
they will noxt attack tho monster hu not
The proceedings of the House on Sat
urday in relation to the resolution offered
by Mr. Savage providing for an adjourn
ment on February !20tb, are staled in the
regular report In another place. Un Mat
urday evening tho Republican! of tho
Uouto mot at tho Leland, and In caucus
resolved todefoat tho resolution. Accord
lngly, this morning it was taken up and
defeated bv CO to 3o votes, the doin
ocratic member very properly voting for
tho earliest proposed date of adjournment;
Tbo proposition for the adjournment was
fairlv-mada and onenlv defeated bv a
party vote, so that tbo dominant party is
fairly responsible for a continuance of tho
session, we can say notning wnicn win
mako tho arcumont on cither sido plainer.
for tho subject was fully discussed in tho
house. The revision of tho statutes is un
doubtedly a work of sufficient importance
tn lustily tho special session, ana
If the work is prosecuted with vi,or, and
complete 1 in the best Intorestt of the
peoplo, the vote of the republicans in op-
fiositlon to a speedy adjournment will be
ustlUcd. Hut if that work is hastily
porformed or left Incomplete, tbo rerun
lican members of the house must ha held
responsible therofor. Thoy havo chosen
to take tho responsibility as a party, and
as a pnrty thoy must answer for the man
ner in wnicn tney aiscnargo mis ropponti
bllity t6 the pooplo.
NOT" A UNIVERSAL REMEDY.
A doctor called on a cholera patient.
German, and prescribed. Next day found
patient well. "Well," said thn doctor,
"tho medicine brought you out V
"No, sir, I didn t take It'"
"What did you tafco?'
"1 ate sour krout and turnip saticV'
.So the doctor wrote in his mernoran
dum : "Hour krout una turnip sauce
jrood for cbolora."
Next wook nnothor rail. Irl-htnan this
time. I'rccribed sour krout and tjrniin
Next day called found tbo Irishman
dead. So ho wrotoopposilo tho old mem
orandum : ".Sour krout and turnips nood
for a Djtchuian, but doath to an Irish
Reported Expressly Tor .the Bulletin.
UL'NTINO BTOLKN POCUVIEMs.
WtiunT0K, January -S. James L.
Smith, dolectlve from New Urleant, hav
ing uade aflldavlt that thn stolen official
documents belonging to l.oultlana were
in possession of H. II, Warr, counsel for
Governor McF.rney, procured a search
warrant, and asslted by two district
olliccrs visited Warr's residence this
morning, but failed to find tho papers.
LAND rOK KOLDIKIIS.
In tlio Senate this morning Mr. Conk
Hug presented sevortl petitions from sol
diers in tbo lato war, stating I bat It was
thoir belief that they were entitled to ICQ
acre or land, and asking tlio appoint
ment of n special committee to invest!
gatoas to the workings of tbo existing
laws loncmng mo tutje:t.
Tho Senate committee on appropria
tions to-day iurther considered the naval
appropriation bill. Very little change is
to be made in the bill as it came from the
liouio aud tbo action of tho latter body
in cutting dowu the appropriations for
the civil establishment of all tho various
navy yards. -10 per cent, bolow last year's
figures, will be sustained.
THE CKMTEN.SUL CELKtlfUTIQ.V.
Two citizens of Philadelphia, accom
panied by Senator Cameron and Repre
sentatives Myers and O'Neill, called on
the President this morning, and presented
a raomorial adopted by tbo Carpenter's
Company of Philadelphia, in relation to
v Centennial Celebration, The momo-ri-i
represents that the near approach of
the ii'iii lrodth anniversary of our nation's
i 'r U renders it befitting tho survivors of
tuube who froely oil'ered Carpenter's Hall
to tho Continental Congress when oven
the time-honored Stale Ilouio was clomd
against tbem, that thoy should commera
orate the nation's advent at that place.
Therefore, Congress is invited to assemble
In Carpenter's Hall .September Oth, 1874,
the hundredth anniversary of the meet
ing of the first Amorican Congrs, and
order such coromunlea at they in their
whdom shall d eem best, Tho President
and lablutt have also been invited. The
memorial vai preiented to Congress to
day, and rtferred to tho Centennial Com-
A Utter trom Chevnno Ction. liMi.r,
Trrltory, dated the 10th Inst., mentions
that a son or kono "Wolf wat killed
while riding In Texat. This occasioned
much excitement among the Kiawas, and
Lono Wolf showed his urief bv cutting
himself with a knife, killed his horses and
burned bis wigwam una lodge with all
his eflecls, borne of the hlowas talk of
going to 'lexas to avenge the death of
liono Wolf's son "when the grass grows.'
iteports havo been received of their kill
ing a white man between Camp Supply
anu loi iiiiejenno agency, ana burning
mi uouy 10 prevent aeiecuon,
PiriHBUxa, January 28. George Ar-
noia, a rosiaem oi me Minn ward, wat
found dead this afternoon In a field at
Glenwood, In the outskirts of the city.
wnen aiacovereu a large penknife was
sticking through the jugular vein, It Is
supposed case of tuloidn. He wat steel
meltr by trado, and wat last ittn un Krl
New VohK, Jaunary 28. Win. J.
Wilcox, who died last week at the Gibson
bathing establishment over Watlack't the
atre, complained of beinic 111 whe) he en
tered the place and did not take his batb.
The post mortoni showed that death Wat
caused by tbo tntty degeneration of the
TKIit.K .V JOHNSON'.
Omaha, January S8. Steele A John
son, or uouncii itiuus, towa, one or the
hcaviost grocory bousot in the West, will
move their extensive establishment t this
city noxt month; having rented the en
tire building at present occupied by the
postolllco. The latter goes to the cow
Urelghton block, temporarily.
Ttio saio or condemnod government
clotblug In this city yosterday, realized
(KSii'iii!, January 28. Preparations
for tbo approaching carnival are being
rapidly pushed forward. Shipment of
costumes, etc,bavo JuU been received
from Paris, and are said to bo the finest
ever Imported ; and a note from the Sub
lime Unro state the pagaent to be pres
ented on the night of the carnival, will
surpass any similar oxhlbltlon over wit
nessed in America, at ono of the larsost
dealers In costumes in Paris has been en
gaged for the past nine months on cor
Dknvkii, January 28. Intense excite
ment has prevailed throughout tbo city
aud territory sIlco the recolra! of the
news of thu romoval of Governor Elbert,
thn secretary and surveyor general. Thoro
seems to bo tlttor opposition to the con
firmation of Uook as governor. A re
quest to retain Elbert was signed by all
but two of tho representative members
of tho legislature and forwarded to-day to
tho prosidont. Tho Impression provails
among non-pollticlans that a nomination
outsido of tho party would mett with lost
CiiiCAto, January 28. The " Unal
B'rith" convention ro-assombled at 10
o'clock a m. and arter the usual opening
oxerci'et and some unimportant correc
tions of tho jourrml, on a motion by J,
Koch, the committee on enlowinont "was
discharged. The followinc rosolutlon was
ottered by Julius i!Un and adopted unan
Itesolued That tho ustabllsbiuent of a
widows and orphans' endowment fund by
district graud lodges is within tho legiti
mate scopo ot alms and objects or lue or
dor. An iuvltkllon was received from the
Board of Trado to tho member of the
convention to vMt' tho board in a body ;
the invitation wat acenpted and the mem
bers prncooded to tho hall, whoro thoy
wuro welcomed by President Howe, who
introduced President Wolf, who in a few
pleasant words expressed the gratification
of himself and his brethren in meeting
the members of the board, and tbolr ad
miration of now Chicago.
A. 1'. Frankland the hero of
Memphis, being loudly called for came
forward and wat greeted with sreat ap
plause, aud made a brief tpeecb, in which
ho alluded in crateful terms to the eenor-
otitv shown his citr bv the Board of
Trade and citizens of Chicago.
Julius illon, president ot the executive
com mitt oo being called upon, also made a
uriei epeecu, alter wnicn tne members oi
the convention returned to their hall, Tho
report of the committee on territories was
submitted and read to the convention, A
discussion ensued which at 1! p. in., via
still In progress.
Oillce ol Observation, Signal Service U. .S.
army. Daily report oi the stage ol water,
with the changeri for the 'H hours ending
:i o'clock p. ui., January '18, 1874,
llermanu. . .,
Jedkon City ,,
Leaven worth ...
Hi l 0
vicksbiiru ... .
'llelow high wntcrmurx.
Observer Sljt. Ser. li, a. A
VlCKituUKO, Januarp 28. Down Jno
A Scudder, Tbos Sherlock and ilarv
Houston. Up Joo Kinuev. River rli-
Cinoihm ati. Jitnuarv 28. ltlver 35
feet and falline. Departed Juniata,
l'ittiburir; Charmer, Evansvlllo: Thomp
son Dean, New Orleans. Weather cloudy
Namivilm:. January 2fi. Hirer still
rising with 22 foet on shoals. Weather
clear. Arrived II. H. Cook, Paducah.
Departed Cook, Paducah, and Coddt
vlllo, Upper Omnberleitd,
Liiti.e Hock, January :8.ltiver sta
tionary, reported rising above ; 1'J foet by
gauge. Arrlvod Hattie, Pino Jiliifi'. 1)-
parted Ularksvllle, aiompbli: l-'ort (Jlli.
son, above. Woatbor olear and pleasant.
Nxw Oiu.kans, January 28. Arrlvod
John W Qarrett and barge, Cincin
nati; John li Maudo, Memphit. Departed
une Miiver, t Louis; it A liabbago,
Grand Tower. Weather clear and pleas
ant. Kvanhvim.k, Jauuary 28. Weathor
cloudy and colder; mercury 35 to 38: river
rlson '-'0 inrhet witb27 feel 7 Inches in the
channel. Fayette and Fall Pilot to Hen
derson and return U a rn; Grey Eagle to
Louisville and return.
Louis vi !.!.:, January 'i!. Ulver sta
tionery at 0 p.m., with 13 foot 3 inches in
tlio canal and 11 foot three inches In tbo
Indian chute. Woather cloudy and cold
er. Arrlvod Pat ltogtrH, Cincinnati.
Departed Pat Hogers, Memphi
MiMi'ius, January -37 Weather clear
and delightful, Hlver rising slowly, De
period last night Glencoe, St Louis, To
dayFuture City and bargeH and Qrt
Kepubllc, St I su!; Church and Common
wealth. N'.w Urleai.o; Colorado, Vicks
burg; Hi'.le Texas, Pius lllutT; Hiuoock
Cliy, White rlvtr.
A RTRKKT rlOJT.
I.opiAVit.l.i:, January 21. A tptclfcl to
tho Courier Journal sayt t street fight oc
curred in I.lherty, C&tey county, Ken-
tucky, to-day, between lie Napitrt, Mor
rises and Hayi, In which I.ewy Napier
wa killed and .lamei Napier badly
wounded. Unn of tho Morrists vtat also
wounded, hut tlio Itayt ucaped unhurt.
the town marshal, while atlemptliiK to
quiet tho disturbance, hid hi leg broken.
Thirty-five shott In all wero Ered. The
flebt it the result of ai old erudite be
tween the partlct.
WXDNKSDAT NlOIlT, Jail. 28.
A lioiton dispatch lavs two men were
drownod at Warham to-day while skating
The board or trade of Tolodo. Uhio, 10-
day adopted resolution! protesting against
stopping work on the government build
ings in inai city.
A match gamo of billiards played at
Omaha last night by Klotton, champion of
Wisconsin, and Wade of Omaha, was won
by tlio former.
hi a personal dltlculty it Nashville,
Tonneisee, yesterday, between J. 0. Arm
strong and a man named liutlor, th
former was fatally ttabbed,
Hon. Rufut King, of Cincinnati, was
to-pay elected Prosidont of tne Ohio Con
ventson, to fill the vacancy occasioned by
the resignation of Chief-Justice Walt.
Messrs. C rnpbell, Hitchcock and Ed
wards were his opponents.
The Democrats of Philadelphia met In
convention to-day, and aftor consultation
aeciarea it inexpedient to mace a parti
san nomination (or mayor, nnd recom-
mond tho people of Philadelphia to
support Col. A. K. .McCluro at tho citi
.out' constitutional candidate
Tho Loalsvillo & Ntshvlile P.ailroad, In
conjunction with the Pullman Palace Car
Co., havo recently leased the Mammoth
Cave pronorty and will build a branch
road from Glasgow Junction to a point
near the Cave. Kxtenilve improvements
aro alto projected.
Hamilton, the defaulting treasurer of
.lorsoy uity, is saia to nave been on inu
mate terms with Winnetta Motaguo, an
actress recently in that citv, wnom Wl
ter H, Montgomery, an actor, married in
London. Montgomery on learning the
character ot the woman, committed ul
MiMt'Hi'. January 28 Flour iiuiet,
Cornmeal fair demand .1 4,. Corn
scared and firm C5 in store. Oit scarce
and firm C2 in store. Hay dull and un
changed. . I'.iilk Shoulilurt CtrSCj; .ides
8j8j. Lard OJfg.lGJ;. Others remain
Cuicauo, Juuusrv 2. Flour dull.
Wheat dull and nominal; No i! spring
1 Jifjspot; 1 2ii I'obruary; 1 . , .lUrcli;
No:i 1 10Jl 17. Corn steady; No 'J
mixed lb)' cash; oBj February. Oats
quiet and lower; No 2 i'i J.-l'-'i cash;
tt March, ltyo firm ; No 2 808i
llarley steady; No 2 Fall 1 03(21 70; No
3 1 42 1 th Pork opened dull, but
closed active and higher 14 40 cash and
February; 14 87$ March. Lard firm at
0 cash ; '.U February. Bulk Meats good
demand; shoulders 03; S II J i loose spot;
green hams 101b average told 8J ; S P
Tlam 10b average 1010. Whisky
firm at 97.
CiNCj.v.VATTiJnury 28. Flour firm.
Whtat dull aud drooping 1 4J(3)1 12.
Corn demand light, holders firm, 68titG2c.
Oats steady 1310c. liye firm 93c. 'Bar
ley tirm. 2o j, i w. ggt tnu ifc.
Butttr firm. Cheeto firm.. Pork dull and
nominal 10 S0l(j 75, Lard, steam old
at i ()0V 10; kelllo 9 lOQ'J Uulk
meats stt'aay,suouiaors ojctpot and buyer
lirft half March; clear rib 7J(a)Sc spot; Hc
buyer first half Marrh; olear 8&,8c.
Bacon scarce and good demand, shoulders
"iO'Jc; clear rib 8ftu9e : clear 89c;
HoL't, tteady and firm, lieht 5 AOGM ci.
heavy & "lQ,i 90; receipt C25, shipments
0,600 nogs, rvnisxey ttcauy us:.
St. Louih, January 28. Hemp dull at
7ll 00. flour unchanged. Super 5(u'
6 60; X & 75(a,0; XX C6 00; XXX 67&
f?,7 00; family 7 7&ffi8 i!5; lamilv 8 C5CJ1-
9 50. Wheat opened firm, but cloted
lower. No 2 spring 1 201; fall,
brisk demand and stronger, at 1 18(5)1 tb
rio l ctC'iii o&. corn closed dull, o
2 mixed O3Q04. Uatt oponed higher at
40 and cloted dull at 41 J. Barley held
urm. t air to good modium 1 ao(rf)l 40;
prime 1 MM 60; choice I 75
ltyo tirm. No 'I, 8381, Pork firm at
15 60. Dry salt meats firm and loose.
buould ol; clear rib 7IW,8i- packed lot 1
hlghor. Bacon firm. Lard active at f.
WDiiky steady at Uo.
New Oatra.Nn, January 'J8. Flour
dull. Tnble C 75(3;7 26; Family 89.
uorn ueniand slack nnd prices easier mix
od 76. yellow 78. Uatt supply good and
pricos lower at 66, lirrn dull at 106.
Hay dull, prime 17; choice 23, Pork dull
at It! 1'5. Dry salt meats firm at tJJ(5)81
Bacon scarce and firm 8t81. Lard scarce
tlcrco 9,9a-; keg 1010f. Sugar, good
demand, inferior 41(5,6: common 6(61;
fair to fully fair CJ7; prime to choice
BQ50 j, juoiasaes, rooeptt small and qual
ity poor, inferior 20(530; fair 60; prime
tJJ; strictlj prime 01. Whisky quiot.
Louisiana un; Cincinnati 1 us. uoiieo
firm nt ilffij'.'. Corn moal uood demand
and Armor at 3 10.
WIlsTilAM J. ALLEN,
rVLTOllNEY AT LAW
Otnaeover First National bank. Mb-8m
8 AMU Mi Y. WUHKLKH,
ATTOKNEV b CllUNSKLOR AT LAW
Oflloe over FUt National bank. 0-IMlni
John 11. Sinlkey. YVllltm C. UulUy
MUJiKKY St SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ofiloe; KlKhth street, between CouiuibI
elal and YYasuilutou aveuues,
UKKKN ft OlLUrCKT,
COUNSKLOHU AT liAW,
William U.UrMt), 1
Mil! r, HlUott, j
' "JriSP)!! UBtl0B7vM le ASmlltltf J
tfirica-ouiousvsrB,aooMs 7 id lovn I
NKW YORK BTOiirS,
WUOLkflALt AND MKTA1L.
LAhuxsr VAaiarv hook itr run ouv
UOOIJHbOLD VKKY Cl.OdX.
titntvt ol Mlaate) etasMtatta Ousu
HrSiU A vmaot.
O. O. PATIXUt
C. 3. AYXI11
AYKRS A CO.,
F L O U JRj
OENEUAL COMMISSION MKtlOUANTS
Ho. 7B LRYia,OttiiUAtao, III.
WOOL). K1TTENHOUSK BRO.
(riueral CommIiun Merohti'.
IKS OHIO Lit VII
COl'l'EV, IIAR1US0 & CO.,
(Successors to D. llurd A Bou.J
rLODB, Uttaitt A.IO OAT.
No M Ohio Levee, CAIKO.'.ILLS.
JOHN y. PHLMS BUN,
Ho....r. lo JutD It. ftJUU,)
UKALKKS LN HAY, (JOHN, OATB,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
AG K NTS POK LAPLIN AND HAND
Cnh. Tk.ntu Sihkxy ami Ohio Lkvks
H. A. 'I Louis L. D, Tnoms
TMOAia 1 11 ROTH Ell,
!iui;iosrt to II. M.tluJeu,
4.NO UBALUM IH
tA asi4 fAiiry SirocMlee,
Foreign tod Douettio
134 ComnlrJal AvenUA,
OAIKO, . - - ILLINOIS.
M1LLK11 Jt PAUKHH,
DKALKHH IN VLOUH, L'OitN
OaU, Hay, Wo.,
AUK NTS fon KAIHUANK'S SUA LIB
Ohio Levee, UAUtO. 1XJJN018.
G. J). WILLIAMSON,
And Dialer In
No. 70 Ohio Levee, CilKO, ILLS.
tafSpeclii alteutiou given to LOruln
ntnt and flllliuc orden. 11-itl
8TRATTON A HI HD,
. COMUlttHlOX JaLUCHAMS,
Agents American Powder Company
No. &7 Ohio ivf,
QENKHAL C0MMIS310N MKRCHANT
And dealer lu
Ll un, Ccsibht, Plastku, Haie, I'l'O.
Nil OUI l.tV,
K3T1 win tell In oar load lot at tuaour
turera' prioes, ddlnjf trelobt. -iMt
T n y y jj L'
! FL OUH MERCHANT
Hu. ouitt 7var,
ViOtf. OAIKO, ILLINOIS
HOME MADE CANDIES,
NO. 172 WASHIHOTOM AVENUE,
Tfl U CAIRO AND V1NCKNNKS
On and alter Tuesday, Jaiiuifry 1'.', ISTt,
trains will itin as follows :
Ltavn (.'aim 4:10 a.m.
" Mound City i-M
' Harriburi; 4:i; "
Kldorado UM "
" Norrls City 7:15 "
Carrul 0:25 "
Mount Canncl 10:M "
Antve t Vlncunncs l'JMU r.M.
Li nve Vlnrennus a.m.
Mount Carinei H:i: "
" Cartnl 10.0H
" Norrls City 1(M7 "
' liorado 11:21
liarrlsbiiiv 11:12 "
" Mound City l-.Wvu.
Arrive lit Cairo , 3:00 "
M0USD CITT ACCOUMOTtATlOV.
Leave Cairo at 11:S0 a.m. aad fi:00 p.tB.
Leave Mouud City at 12:45 a.m. and ii.ib.
At Norrls City with SprlnKdrld uod 1111
sols Southeastern railway tor Springfield
At Vtncenm'i, ludluuapolltand Vinoeiioea
railway (or Indianapolis and all points North,
Ladt and West; with KvainMlle and Craw
kjnln ill'- railway fbrTtrra Haute, Kruns lllc,
Danville, C'IiIciko mid points Nerth, East
and west; with Ohio and JUsMf-lppI rail
way for Ht. LouN, llle, Cincinnati and
all point east and vet.
Tlcki tt lor sale at Coinpaii)' o81c, cor
ncr Hevcuth street and Coinuierclal aienue,
and by .Tamei Mallory, Ticket Agent, No.,
L. "W. Pai.mxu, Gon'l Hup't.
K. P. Wu.se Oen'l Patsengor. Art.
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS,
AND CAIRO AND FUL
The shortest and only direct route from
Cairo to Jacxtonport, Little Hock, Hot
Sptlntft, Kulton, and all points In Arkansas
and the rjoutbwett, and Oaheston, Houston,
Dallas, Austin and all points In Texj
TWELVE liOUHS IN ADVANCK OK
ANY OTHKK ItOUTK.
Through tickets, Uirough bills of lading,
and Information at to freight rater, pai
ssngtr (are, connections, etc., cau be ob
tained at the company' ethce In Winter'
block, corner of Seventh stiect aud Com
mercial avenu. '
Hacks will call at private ;reildnce- and
hotel for paprengers, when orders are llt I
Klegant Pullman palate tleepln can on
all night trains.
Trains run dally, (Sundays excepted) from
the Cairo Office as tollowt :
Leave Oreeiiiield's J:00i.m.
Charleston Accommodation 9:03 a.m.
Charleston Accommodation 4:oriui
Aratve atCreentleld's 1:10 p.m.
Charleston Accommodation !i:17 a.m.
Charleston Accommodation '.:, p.m.
1). AXTXLL, Chief KnKlneer.
The only reliable Gift Distribution in the
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!;
To be dlttri'btiUd in
L. D, SINE'S
iKOTH KKOULAS MONT III. T
To be dravru Monday,Alebruury 23d, 1&74.
TWO GRAND CAPITALS OK
OSfcrr-r Nrt TT A rl T
M30UUU Cjn 'ETu-
Two Prizes 11,01)0 each in Ureenbaokt I
Klve Prize 600 each in Greenbacktl
Ten Prlz.fi 10Q each in Greenbacktl
1 Homo ami Hum. wim Silver-mounted
Lamest, worth i00.
1 line-toned itotewoed Piano, worth t-W).
10 Family lowing Machines, worth f 100
Hve (iold watches and thalui, worth t&OO
Five Hold American biintion watches, wort
Teu Ladlex Gold Huiitlnc worth tlOO each I
5 'JXXi Gold and Silver Lever Hunting watches
(in an,) wortu irou fi 10 auuu earn.
Gold chains, UUver-ware, Jewelry, etc., etc.
NcMBEit oir Gipth 7.&00. Tickets i.im,
BTK1) TO 70,000.
AtiCNTS AVANTKD TO HELLTICKtTH
whom liberal premium! will be paid.
KIV'ULB TICUETB fit SIX TlCKKTd
TwtttYB TlCKBTS $10' TWXNTY.I'IVK
Circulars conutnmt; a run Hit of prizes,
a description ot the manner of drawing, and
other information In referreuco to tUu ills
trlbutlon, will bo tent to any one opining
them. All letters mutt bo addre?H'd to
I MAIN OPICK, a L, U, blN,, BX
j 101 W. KIIIB St. ClNCLN-SAll, I).
Hdail Dfiilen iu
rua arcti si, iaa.
CITY NATIONAL MANJt, OA1JIO
A. B. 8AITOUD. Prldi.t;
a. U. TAYLOH. Vtoa-rreaKUbt;
U. HTBLOP, Beoretarr aad Trearotei
r: m. Htuui,
F, H. (SroeasLMK,
K. 11. OiaiiMtAa.
If at mm S it
TXTttaaar Mid oa 4oslU 4 to rat ! tit
X per teat, per aaaasn, Statoa Ulead ant
bar Ut. later! not wliadren I added lasa.
dlatolj ta lb pnaelpal orib41t,St4t,f
Irla tksa eompoeAd lalarael.
MABBjaXl WOMBS! AID OBILLiKIJI May
rj Tilt o oa sua cam tatv 1.
Opea Trr biula day rraiaSa.tD.toSi.iu
aad Hatardar tp-i for HAVING tiBroam
ealx, Oreia S to S 0 clock.
anutr W. MTSLOf .Ttwrtr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
wi r. uaaxiijAT, n-id.k.,
L, BALUiiST, Viot-rlt
. H.aAKORD. 0LIri
WiLTta HIAUtt. Atxattb c'MliUr'
HtssTS Tkltoa, HottM 1. M.UMIi a,
lluit L. Basaicav, W. P. Uaaiaav,
Uau. Ii. WnmtKi, Unrmtm Hi
UtVOaila rHSltiD, tad a aaral baakJt
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
H. W. ktiixaa, Krealdeoi.
J. M. Put urs. Vlee-Presldeiit.
CMAS. CUNNtMOHAki, Caabler.
JOLLKOTION8 PKOMPTLY MAUtt
EXOHAMHX, eol. Ouk ule. aa UaM4
States teosHt1 bouabl wd nold.
lalMMI Allawi 1lmi It
ETC MS BUI
AND bCALXK IN
j FRESH MEAT,
' Kiohth Brtuurr, Uirwaitr WAaiuuToa
abtj OoiiuuMnAL Avxosuas,
AdJulailsseT BU'Ambmwb mm Stauati"
Kmp lt bt ot sMf, Pork, kfaUoa Vsi
1 Uoli, saaaat, eu., tad ar prepared to rV
.ins nt In the root! aoptabl maanr.
( CITT NATIONAL BANK aUHDINM.
1 3rBpcUl attentlou paid U ordtrt rrou
taamboata, night or day.
I JOHN SMITH,
(r)uceor to Janus KyoaetOB,)
Burouaa trs DtULia u all Kwii or
, .OuaxaH NnnTsurru ams Poplas ar.,
i'iiin if .f .ruf.iTa
I ?ul d alaughUrs only the beat eattlf,
kog and ahttp, and Is preparsd to all tr
lemtnd for fresh meat frota one nnun.i
ten thousand pounds.
11YLAND k SAUKR,
AND UIAUU IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th utreet and CemaMrclal avnu
next door to the Bylaad aalooa,
11-16 tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
,1AM KB KYflAHTON,
AND HBALfcK IV
ALL KINDii Olf KRRSH MKATa
Rear ror. Tweutlells Mlrl aud tn
' lluys and slaughters only ths bstt Uattls,
UoKtaadrJhsto. aad Uurspared to all at.
1 lersfor Krstti Meat frost use to ta tkot-
I ml potiii'i. 7-itti