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THE BULLETIN.
rrt IkaOKr ' County.
iOUN 1L OBKHLY. Kdltor and Publisher
ruminVTHI DAILY 1UU.KTIN
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THUS or WBBKLT IltJLtXTIN
Out Year ft 00
Six Month
Tkrm Month
In variably i" advance.
75
CO
tmg Matter vrrr !;.
Coiiorxs: hu bacn patitlonod to mako
Abraham Lincala'j birth-day, the twoltth
of February, a legal Loliiy.
Th Kentucky logitlalnro li consider.
lug a bill to license physician initial
Stale, and thai kit! ofl" Ihe quacks.
Tni printer cf the Louisville 'Courier
JmnaV; are on a itriVo became ttia prop
ritfen of that paper refuse to d!oharge
their foreman.
Juikii John W. Wriuut, charged w
Indian forger!, whose trial has Just been
concluded Jn Washington city, bin been
adjutfged out guilty.
. -
W. 1). Colkma.v, clerk of public work
in KiclHMBd, Virginia, who hu boen die
coterai to ba a heavy dfulter,atleropleu
to coaiaaH latcide by cutting hi threat,
when kierWM arretted. ThU it new
and a r'aakway aut of a common difficulty .
KiasaUt arje4aatkg to prora to Mr.
G!eaa that ha can lire down the coase
;bMh of kU acta, and kcs. be regarded
at sr alaaai af aiil than tinning, a
scrt cf atirtyr It fati.
COLOXED CHILDHKN IK THE PUB
LIC SCHOOLS.
Tit ftS.-ivi&g u tt taxi eS Wt till it,
tranc litoU aaiaU Vt itr. IIhit
aacare a tba c" w J chBiraz of DH
vtm viic l-witti ti T'tVUc coit :
smw 1. St h a&wctoi
J' U Suit il IZiariis,
at fia Giiert2 aBke.XL.VT tits
ii! cbiwk. itour&t rS ncocactirci, of olLtr
uiitiu! ofliaera, vhiM tslx it it or xnay
ii(rw.H"bea"Uiprpriat is tii tnr r tcp arr e
Ul chllcrab ImCwmux. tLa ca tit Ire uifi
xwuiiU'dSiti yuan, iri jirDlliiini tram Li
tuuBliic, CirocCy ic juCirticiH, wt uct
tuino rrna: auut aulinn) lie h'u'iiuul
tz lit
culur uf auct ciiild.
Src. ll iry ucl aohiiiu tillicer nr rib-
ptb'
iif aa v rLIlg who a it;iiili lp ibt Ixitit
lt (C auct atiiii. in. tLOOnaLt iS rati
cLH' cular, ibali bt lxt2 t:oi c-
tusi is ut aaa xk1 feti Vlax $ itf rawe
tin flM Mti for tk-t aii c'f-f.
ate i. Jkay pra wso aJI Jy
tlraaia. tujae, or ialitsidalion prtveat
aay colored chUdraa eatitled to attexid a
public achool in thit State from attending
It as, ahall, upon conviction, be sned
in aay ram not exceeding $25.
ArrossiT-GrxxxAL Williavd eem
to V standing on slippery ground, and is In
nead of all the ttrength of hi frleadiand
tL administration to koep him froia fall
ing. A special dispatch from "Washing
ton to tha 8V Loul 'Itepublican' of yes
terday ha tha following in regard to hit
cue :
"Tho fact ii, 'Williams holds his placo
by virtue of partnership and by tufl'ur
anca of Senator Edmund. Edmund it
now aaaiduously hiding and concealing
from the public a mail of incontrovertible
evidence against the attorney-general, tlio
publication of which would bo followed
by a ratolutlion of impaachmont within
24 hour. A member of tho lenate
judiciary commilta ha been hoard to
aay that upon one oi several counts,
which the committee of investigation de
veloped, Williams could not fall to be
Impeached. Ex-Senator, now Congrots
man, Smith, of Oregon, authorir.es your
corraapondent to say that if Senator Ed
mund will givo to the house of roproiont
atlvas toe tatlimooy in hit hands, just as
It wat taken by the committee, he will
guarantee the impeachment of the attorney-general.
Senator Edmunds hat a
reputation a a jurist and a falr-mlndad
aUtaiatan, and he cannot afford to sacri
fice hia reputation and (landing for tbe
benaflt of cither 'Williams or the itepub
lican party. Thit whole matter I bound
to corao out sooner or later, and tho only
etl'eet delay can posiibly have will be to
prejudico the case.
i
W11BKK IT LEADi.
Mrt.JanoO. Swiisholm, who belloves
that tha compulsory education bill of 1 1 II
nolt bat placed the State '-in tho front
rank on the march of civilization," write
to the Chicago 'Tribune:'
If the Legitlatureoi llllnoii would jutt
go one tUp further in tbo direction in
which it hu made tuch praiseworthy pro
great, and tecura to every girl and boy In
tbe State the right to have a trade, or oven
compel parent and guardlant u bavo
them taught aeme employment by which
they eoald win boniut bread, it would
bavt dona mora toward tattling finances
on a permanent bail than will be accom-
filUhad by all tbe plan presented and
ikalr to be, this present year of financial
plant, baldc4 securing a large prospectivo
Clearing ou ui jua aim puuiiuniiarict.
If tha legltlature of tho state has th
right to take the tchooll'ug'bf the children
within iti limit under it charge, It
cwrtainiy nai ana rignt to taae tne "ouu
top furtbur" and compel parent and
guardian to bare tbelr children and
wards "taught tome usoful employment
by which they could win honest liread.1
If it ha this right, It hu also the right
to Is the aee at which' children shall
learn trades, what trade they shall lotrn
whether children (ball learn trades or
merely tbe children of the poor, and what
amount oi properly It shall be nocwiary
for iaranta to bo possesiod of In or
4r to xempt their children from tbt
, btarranca of tho law. If the wealthy
wart to bt) exempt, it would become the
duty of tto legislature to framo laws by
wklcb tka riobi would be enabled to re
main rich lohat tbo children of the mil
HoMairtVof to-j, who may be a poor
Ml toavTrow, might not be thrown upou
tbu world wHhout trait! "l-y which they
would wis hontJt braad."
yfoUowlif out, to tbolr lailtlmate
t0RCluil0'r' rguMMti of men pro-
gresslonlstt a Mr,Sishelnj,tho absurd
Ity of tha whole system of compulsory
education becomes so manifest that tho
wayfaring man, though a. fool.can scarce
y orr therein.
Til K rOHTIKTU l'AKAIil.Klj
KOIITK.
ISprliiHileld .lotiriinl.1
Tt, .1.1?... ....(., ... I .,!....
In
till itato, for a convonllon, to he hold in
lint city on uio 4ib or Aiurck nuxt, to till
cut tho featihlllf.v of n trani contlnentul
railway for tho tramportatloo of froiglit
ana pnitongert, about tha lino or too ioiii
parallel of latitude, It beginning to at
tract wide attontlon, not only amoni; tha
producing and commercial cIuhcj, but
atnoiiK practical railroad man, alio,
Tho argumoBta In favor of thit
lino a n direct national highway scroll
tho continent for tha truniportntion of
tho comtnorce of Kuropo and Atla, & woll
a won at ourdomeatlo ana local traiuc,
aio o apparaot and weighty a to com
mand untTcrtal acoulotcunco vriicnover
attontlon it brought to them.
Wo bavo lioloro ut a letter trom a prac
tical railroad man one dooply and tuo
ccufully intoretted in railroad conttruc
tion and management in thit itato and
Indiana called out by tho report of the
Quincy mooting publlthod In tho 'Journal'
of tho 120th tilt. Tho iiuthor, writing
from Tuicola, D-juglati county, llllnoii,
"IV .. .
"1 mink our people would go in tor the
10th parallel railroad verv heartily. 1
bare glvon tho Journal hero the paper
to call tho Httcntiou of the tioonlo
of Djuglat county to It. I think thit
county will tend a good delegation to
rinringfiold tithe propoted conTuntlon on
"If Congrott it colni: into the butlnest
of chartering and building railroadtatall,
tan it tlio route to adopt, n It will tub
terre tho taterettt of the greatctt number;
and the road would bo the grrat rpinal
column or backbone. Tailroad, with
braachei rib i running to Cleveland. To
lodo. Fort Wayne, Chicago, l'eori, St.
Tatil and Omaha, on tho north, and Cin
cinnati, Madlinn. Louiivllle, EraniTill,
Cairo, 5L. Louli, JeTarton City. Texat (via
tha M. K. J: T. railroad Hnd'Kaniat City
on the touth. Then too a greater popula
tion could bo rallied to iu support than
any other route that could b named, be
ing central to "ew Jersey, rasntylrania,
Ohio, Iniiasa and lllicoir, an J cearlv to
to MimourL
I wll call the atteatioa of
ct people ta Kw York Vo it. '
Tti it the argat&eat in a "auUaen,
axd Teslly ow from a practical mac,
wb gratpt Ui whoU project wkether it
corrMpjai 'th hi iattrMt or sot. ' If
ixcgrt u golcg mta buKSHi of chartr
i Vyiba iH"Tai2 icUiitr; r.ulroaii at all, M.t I
h, pra.tia 1 rmtit tuirol,' ii in jaJgtaret. tai 1
a all fiirednr i Tt at wil. agrt witti lit jaiciatat '
it xate pet ii tri of th irjle cf
Lt I i.jtu Slut-, -whe viZ 2k
at the taofUM. i.ptrt fris jr
i.M.kl or it'Dai itttcbrt. ThU anaciUtc
r;f till afiri 'vrl u ait-V.- i.r f
' a.1 2 tj tie ppviiraniot.1 r I'lbwi ie, -re
J iiiT nri.;u.T Vesonufcc cvifltitt; 2iZ
I iff c:.:uai ir.tirtf.;tc ix. ii.il rou-.t, ii,-
Tret Iia.Tnr, jar: u jisIJjc mtti-
1; u if. prcoii, rt.briltviJT, v be.
iluTt, 5s tie C4.ll cf tie Qsiiiy afrttiag,
L . . . ... 7 - : . .
ta lie cccvrrtca of aei a line. Thl'i
is a matter to l Cttilol waea tie coa
Ttntloa shall met. It is cropoti: how-
evar, to urge that whatever attpi may be
taken by Cos grass toward the construc
tion of a national highway of this character,
shall have reference to this lino u moil
central to the territory and population of
the whole country, and as conferring the
large t benefit upon tbe largest number,
including tbe ereat body of tbo agricult
ural, mechanical and commercial classoi
the producing region of tho Woit and
Middle states, a well a tbo commercial
and manufacturing cities of tho East.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
THE LATEST.
YESTKItDAY'S COXd'HESSIOXAL
UECOKD.
A (IEXKUAI, LTRISINC; OF THE
INDIANS ANTIC! FATED.
THE
TEMl'EHANCE EXCITEMENT
IN OHIO.
TELEdHAl'HICMAHKETAND niVFIl
llEl'OHTS.
Wnslilngtoii, D. C.
Wasiiinutox, February 11. Tho pres
ident has signed the act to pruvlda for tbo
romoval of the Flatbeads and other In
dians from llitttor Hoot valUy, in Mon
tana; and also an act in rotation to tbe
erection of a monumont to tbo momory of
Chovalierdo Ternay.
Tbe joint committed to inveitigato
tbe allairs of tho District of Columbia
met thit afternoon. Sonator uoutwell
presided and appointed a lub-commlttce
consisting of Messrs. Uoutwell, Wilson,
Thurman and Hamilton, to consider the
host mode of conducting tlio Investigation,
Tho commltteo came to tbo conclusion
that it would be best to have the Investi
gation public to tho extent of allowing to
be present tho authorized representatives
of tbe press and those especially interested
in tbe inyeitigatlon with tholr counsel.
COliNHEKSIOXAL.
SENATE,
llayard asked that tho resolution oiler
od by him yesterday, calling upon tho
president to Inform tho senate whether
any officer of tho United States Army
on duty in South Carolina, bad boon in
strumental In procuring legislation in that
Ktatolo compensate for sorvlne rendored
in dlschargo of his duty tic., bo patsod.
He said that South Carolina had boen do
prlved of 35,O0O given as rewards.
Aiajor 1.0 wis iiorrlll ot tho army, It
wa charged, had received 121,100 of that
amount and had beon busy In obtaining
. I - r . . . . . I ! .. I . i n
mo iatigcui u nut nutuuniiug 1119 ro
ward by the South Carolina legltlature
11a went to tbe clerk' desk and bad tbe
report of the commisiioner for distribution
of rowards, In which tbo name of
Major Merrill appeared u having received
about that amount, continuing hit r.
mark Mr. liayard laid oonvictioa woro
ecured by paying tboto who had commit
ted murder to teitify agalntt othort. Such
thing were (hocking in the hlttory of tbe
country and tbe administration of justice.
Many of the man thus convicted wero now
Isneulshlng in New York prisons.
Mr. How laid a few years ago the Con
grtti of the United States distributed
M(M1 II M II A II II l M
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY,
$100,000 among tho olllcer of the army
for una criminal imd not such n bnd one
either, aa tbete mlicreanta.
-Mr. Ucott ald It had boon his cond for
ttinu to moot Major Morrill, llo thought
h tuotonator Iroin JJoluwnro, (llayard),
know him paraonally ho would not think
ho wns man to bo guilty of any bad con
duct. If thorn wk nny ono man living
lo-uay, to wiioni mo poopio of Noutii (Jam
linn woro irnlobttvt for enforcing peaco
nnu orusr, ana putting down tbolr kit
klux iirgnuli'.Htlona, that man waa .Major
Merrill. 8colt did not oppoie tho pat-
ago of tlm reiolutton, Morning hour
oxpirod.
Tho chair announced a tho rocular or
dor, .unllnlslicd butlnota being a bill
for the withdrawal of twentv-flvo milllont
of national bank currency from those
ttatot havmc an oicoss and re-laiuo of It
to tho ttatot not having ttiulr "pro rata of
currency.
Mr. llayard moved that tho bill bo laid
aiido, Informally and that a voto bo taken
on lilt reiolution without further dobate.
Mr. l'atturton objected,
sir, Uayard e motion was lott and tho
resolution wont over.
Tho chair laid boforo tho tinnate a com
munication from tho tocrotarv of tho
treasury in nntwor to tha reiolution of tho
Senate yeitorday, in ragard to tho-colntgu
of tilvor to tako placo of the present frac
tional currency. JIo ray it will tako four
year to coin t-oough tilvor to roplaco tho
fractional currency. Jtolorrod In regular
orilur.
Tho bill to withdraw twentv-fivo
million dollar of tho national bank cur
rency, wat proceeded with and an amend
ment oft'orod by Sherman to authorize tho
comptroller of currency to lituo twenty
11 vo million dollar to tboso States having
leu than tbolr proportion, and doclarlni:
that tho comptroller might do to without
wailing for the return of circulating notet
of other bank, was agreed to.
.Mr. ilorritnan moved to ttriko out tho
word twontv-fiva in relation to the
amount to bo withdrawn and re-Isiuu and
insert in placo thereof, irtventy-flro. ho
gan approved tho pauago of tho bill.
UOUSK.
WAMit.NOTJy.Kebruarv 11. Tho speak
er ttated he had received a communica
tion from K. II. l'.oberti of Now York,
ttating that hi time wai to eagroitcd by
hit dutiei at a member of the committee
on way and mean that ha could not
serve on a joint select committee on tho
ad'airsof the Diilrict of Columbia. II o
u therefore excused and hi. colloague,
l'.iMJ, appointed in hit itead.
Cbeycnn-, W. T.
CniTrsNt, brcary 11. Information
hu tea telegraphed from Tort Liramie
niljcc
" " 1 '
hit oa Mosday, Lieat. r.oblcioa
acta
ed
saw
ia a:atry aaa wrporar toi- -u ipring i uvwji o;oi', l a'M uo;
by thirty ut forty laJiaat, ceir the ", STfiS. Fork quiet at 15 25. Dry
raiiii was tea raiin rrora it. i.araai. iar. meats auu ana lower: looso thouldrs
a.r.3 sasraereil. iteir be-ai wero found paeaeu s;. i.ard actlvo, priuio tcam
ywttriiT ri3ilei with Uj'.leli acl ar- Groceries dull, Hio colTee 2833,
ii Kt act otherwue mutilated. Sugar, LouliIana791. Molassei, plan
JVo cmbplits t caTalry -iader tation 70. "Whltky steady at Ufl,
comtciui of Capt. E5as and Li'aa tenant Cincinnati, February 11 Flour
uiai iitew: lea; ia pureuu oi tne
iuiiiai. is.ick: arririki ai rotl
i etttrtnaa ytiterdar ad reports that he
ii a large pirtr ol Indiass on the upper '
craning c. tae uon sac creek, tinging
aad discing tie scalp daace. Tco Sioux
are rtpcrvaa u raising in almost every
direction, turning ranches, murdering
raachmen and stealing I lock. A company
ui cTir usuer commanu oi capt.
Waisels left here to-day for Fotterstate on
the Union Faclc road, where the Indi
ans have boen driving in the tectlon mon
and stealing stock.
LATK7I.
Cheyenne, February 11. A tolegram
from Fort Laramla state that tbu mail
carrier from Hod Cloud agency with In
dian etcort, has just arrived, and brings
Information that Frank Appleton, who
was acting at Indian agent in the abience
of Agent Sorllle, was shot on Monday
night by tha Sioux. The same nigbt four
teen mules were stolon from tho freighter,
Glial. Ooriero, within threo miles of tbu
.agency at Whito Clay. Tbo Indian! have
driven on tho beet nurdert and taking
chargo, saying that they could do their
own bluing. Tbe corpio of Mr.
Appleton has loft with tbe agency's
doctor for Fort Laramlo. The doctor says
ho will not roturn to bo made a tarcet of.
Troopt have been telograpbed for and tbo
greatest excitement prevails, a largo
ure wat seen in tno direction or lted
Cloud agency, last night and It bat prob
ably boon burnodere this, attbero appear
toboagcnoral uprising. Tbe bodios of
Lieut. Robinson and Corporal Colman
have just arrived at tbo post in a mutila
ted condition. Captain Zgan't command
ia oxpocted to arrive at the Fort to-night,
a tho Indians arrlvod back to the agency
tho sumo day & the masacro. Tho Quaker
Indian policy Is now bearing fruits.
l'ltUlinw, l'a.
lOUNURT 1IC1INKI).
Pitts Hvnu, February 11. Tho fodndry
of Warnlck & Co., on Second avenue,
nonr Ferry street, wa dostroyod by Ore
this morning. Tho loss will probably
ronch $12,000. Tho Insuranco is $7,00u.
A special to the Commercial from
Johnstown, Pennsylvania, states that by
tbu capsizing of a pot of molten motal at
the sterl work of tho'.C'amlria Iron com
pany to-day, sixteen mon woro seriously
burnod, and ono it Is thought will dlo.
Several had their clothing completely
burded from their bodies. Tbo company
will take ate of the injured while unable
to work.
-
Chicago, HIh.
Chicaoo, February 11 Tho rcsldonco
of Geo. N. Hlock, Springfield. Illinois.
ono of tho flnoit in thu city, burned this
morning; lost about f 15,000, partially in-
tfuruu. Jiun ui mo lurnituro wat laved,
Thomas, travelling agont for a manu
facturing llrm in l'uoria, Illinois, wat
found dead in hit room, having ibot him
self through tho boad.
Tho polfco to-day arrestod T. W. Sher
idan, tho noted hotel thiol', and captured
cvoral thousand dollar worth of stolen
property. While tho olllcurt wore teach
ing his rooms, Sheridan possessed hlmsolf
of a pistol and shot himself in tlio head.
Though still living ho will probably dlo.
Probabilities.
Washington, February 11 For low
or lakes and Ohio Valley falling baromo
ter and higher temperature with south,
easterly winds and Increasing cloudiness.
For upper luke and the Northwest low
barometer and increasing etorly winds
veuriag to south and vr ost, cloudy wuath-
and puiilbly rain or snow.
For Southorn States falling baroinetor,
south-wojturly winds, high tempornturo
and cloudy weather.
-Spilugllcld,
Ohio.
SriiiNKiii.1., February 11. A crowded
church this aftornoon and opera house to
night, hearing the ipooch of Dr. Lewis,
and organizing for more extended turul
peranco work. Havonty.llvo womon vh.
lted saloons to-day, ami a hundrod arid
(Ixty-llvo more wore added to tho visit
ing coiniulntteo to-night. A mouting
for a more perfect organization wai ap
pointed for to-morrow morning The
work has not fairly begun here yet. Tho
movement elicits universal interest and
metis with general sympaty.
mviR NEW.
I.iTrt,K Itooir, Fomary II. Kivar'on
a Hand, 10 fl)et i,eMiti. Departed
Clarksvllln, Fori imltli,' Kort (Jlbton,
Momplil.
Vl(!KRin;no, Fehiiarv 11. Down
Koborl Mitchell, .hn Kllgoiir. Up
Katlo. Woal'iur clar and cool. Ulvor
ruing slowly.
Nsw Oni.ANn, ;ohruary tl. Noar
rival. Deparlod olm Ii Maude, Mom
Uhl.s; K 1' Kountz, jrknntas rivor. Tha
wcathor ia piBaant.
Cincinnati. Fefcuarv II. Ulvor 17
foot and alx inchound falling. No ar
rival. Dopartod lharmor. Kvantvllle;
LouUylllo, Now Orlans.
KvANBVlt.LB, Foburry 11. Clear and
ploaianl, Mercury .7 to SC. Ulvor fallon
H Inoho. Up Faytta, Itobcrt and Idle
wild. Down OraKalo, Sllverthorno,
Arkanta Hollo nnd'tod Cloud.
Nasu vim.k, obuary 11. Uivtr r!-
K owiy, j.i icet i inchot on inoai
A oalhcr, clear and ploasant. Arrived
Cooke, jraducah". departed Kddyvllle,
uppor Cumberland aid Cooko, l'aducah.
J.oursvn,u:. Foh-uarv 11. Ulvor still
tationnry with 8 Cot 6 incho In canal
andti foot 6 Inclica it Indian chuta. Ar-
rivod Fat lloiror. f!lnnlnnall: Thoma
Sherlock, Xow Onennc Nail City and
barge, Wheollng. Departod ltognr,
MoMphl; Nail City. St. Lnul. The
weathor I clear and mild llko tnrlne,
Iiunnoss britk.
MARKET ItEFOUT.
MEMnim. Febraarv 11 Flour nuUf.
Corn moal lower at !l C5. Corn oasler at
74G7f.. Oatswtlveatfi8&9. Havnom
Inal. liran dull at 13 B0. Lard 10J.
Hulk meats oasor; ihouUer CJCJ; tide
Cuuioo. Fibruarv 11. Flour dull.
Wheat dull and lowor, No 1 ipring 1 '2J:
Ho 2 1 'jofifti soicaib: i iiral an Mch.
3 1 15. Corn otionrd
iirm and closed dull and lower, No 2
mixed 5G cash; 11 March. Oat utot
and woak, ).' cash Vl March' live tad v
jio -i iretn hioC. iiarloy, oulet, Noll
I 7JfS,l 7C:No3 1 54(31 05 Fork Head v
U '2b cash; 14 30 March; 14 M April.
Lard a shado hlcher, 8 00 cash. 8 05
8 SO March. Hulk moat ttcady, shoulder
5'c; S It 7j; SO 7. Uacon toady, CJo
lor uouider. Wliiiuoy llrm 90.
Sr. Louis, February 11. Flour
uochaneod; uper ff7-5 60; extra 6 70Ca
0 25; .X C 21C 76; XXX C 767 2S:
family T 503 60; fancy 8 S09 50.
Wheat dull and lowor; No 2 spring 1 22
01 24; fall dall. No 1! red oflorod at 1 02,
I is bid; o3l -10 bid. Corn unchang
ed, No U mixed GOi.61. Oat Headl
and firm. No 2 mixed Ai(,V). llarlovilrm
steady. Wheat du and nominal. 1 4fi
l IA. I nrn .lull nK.r.J rn
C2. Oat.
and firm 1
steady Itye icarco
00. llarlev demand liisht. but
uoiuers nrm, ipring i U3. oil uncbanged,
Orocerie (toady. Egg ttcady. flutter
tedy. Che(e'flrm. Fork only limited
to job demand IS OOfillS 25. i.ar.l
l.-.l - . - - .... --CT-'I
steady, small talos steam 8'; country ket
tlo city kettle held 9 1-10. Hulk
meats steady, sales ehoulder rii5;; O It
7JQ7J; clear 7ffi8J outblde price for
fully cured. Bacon steady, shoulder 7;
clear rib 82 loose: fci .fi"-.it wj
loose. Uoga dull and a shado lower.
Whisky firm at 90.
BUTCHKKSS
JACOB WALTEK,
BUTOHBR
AND IlIALKK IN
FFE8H MEAT,
BionTn Stuit, Hrrwniir Wahinqto
A1TD UOMUBBOIAZ. AtIVUU,
AdJotBlnv BlUasshoaae man Hanny's
Kp ILo beat or Bf, Pork, Mutton Voal
Lamb, Sauuaje, ate., tad are prepared to stt
iltiaom In the moal aoeantablt maanar.
JOUN HMITII,
(Succeuor to Jamci Kynuton,)
UUTOIUU AND DkALlE IV ALL KlMDB OT
Fbkju Mkatb.
CO UN EH NnRKmi AND FOFLAK 8TB.,
CAIItO. ILLINOIS.
Buy and alaughtera only the hen eattle,
bogd and ahecp, and la prepared to HU any
Jeuiasd for fruihmeaU trom one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
HYLAND & SAUKH,
AMU DBALHIil IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK EVKltY DESCHIPTION,
Corner 10th atreet and Cemmcrclal avenu
next door to tbe llyland taloon.
11-16 tf. OA1KO, ILLS.
JAMES KYNASTON,
BUTGHBB
AND DXALXn Iff
AliL KINDS OV FHKSU MKATH
Wear cor. Twrullelli Nlreet ut Vo
morclMl Avoans, .
. . lV r .
lluyH and alaughteft only the, beitOatUe,'
ttoga and Hheoii. -aaul Jsirepared to'flll or
3urs for Kreah Meats from one to ton thou
nd iioiiiiiU. . 7-UUI
PATHONIZK
HOME TI.IJB3
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Corner Twcllth atroot and Waahinston Ayo
J. C. HU ELS,
(Late of St. lault,)
l'KOFUIKTOU
HOOK HINDER AND HUNK HOOK
MANUFAUTUilKK
lll.ANIC UOOKH or every dotcnptlondono
with neatueaa aud dispatch. All kind of
rullni; done at abort notice, lllblea, JMuslc.
MaKaxlnua and l'ertodlcala bound neat and
at the lowent poulblo rate.
County work, aiivh ua lterordu, Docket
Fco Itaok, Itlanka, etc,, made a apoiialtv,
lloxos, Pocket lloul;n,Kiivelop, i'tc'.,uiade
order, iyil,
FEBRUARY1 12,1874.
MIHCKM. AMltiii,
WHITE SeiCO.,
Lav cj.. ......... . 1.. v.-...-..
J'tir'
H
.DKAI.ER IN
Staplk & Fancy anocKHiF.,
' -Arrri-- '
DUY (lOODH,
' 11 ATM, CAPS,
HOOTS, SHOES, Are.
And Cotintry Produce of Ml kind.'
WASHINGTON AVENI'E,
Cornnr of Twontlolh Btrcot,
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
upply of choico buttor from
northern itario conttantly on baud. t. '
DU. W. BLAUVV
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
ilmleri Itloek (upstairs) corner Rth Streot
and "Washington Avenue.
9'5-31-tf. CAII'.O, ILLINOIS.
THE SOUTHERN HOlEL.
MP.S. T. N. OAFFNEY
Takes pluasuro in announcing to tho pub
lic that tho but taken possession of this,
popular and convenient hotol on the Obid
Lovoe, and that eho has llKVUnMaiiKii
and ItiNoVATED it in many respect, and
it now prepared to accommodato tbo pub
lic with good faro, good rooms, good bed,
and everything necessary to,"imd'utually
found in u ilrt-clasa establishment.
Thankful tor past patronage, sho hopot to
merit Its continuance.
8wY" Day .boarder roceivod at rcutona
oratm. C'J-l-'.'ii-lm
tCw." wiiKiiinfn,
Dealer In
"WOOD j-2SJ 3D COAL
OFFICE A XV VARV-.
Tenth Street, between Washington and
(,'ouuuvrclal avcniier.
A largo supply of Pittsburg and Dig
Muddy coal constantly on band, rltovu
n'ood awed to order. Orders lor coal or
wood should bo left at the oOlro oil Tenth
tareet. Terms cb On delivery.
Caiho Box and Basket Co.
Dealer iu
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIAUIt AMI HO IT.
Koop conntantlr on hand
I'l.ooitiNd and SiMNa, also Lath.
Onlnrai SSallrllrd.
UII.I. AND YAKI) COENKIt TIIIHTY-KOURTII
bTAKKT AND OHIO I.KVKK.
OAIltO, . ILLINOIS. 30-7
V. P. PAKKEK,
(Successor to l'aiker AUIakc,)
IKAIJ!K IN
PAINTS AND OILS
VarulalH-a, Srwali,
WALL PAPKK,
WINDO'W CrLABH.
WINDOW HQAOI9,
Aad Iba oelehratod UlumlaatlD
: UKUUA OIL.
BBOaa' LOILDIHO, COR ilTH ST. OO M
MIKOIAL 4V,,
Uatbo . - Illiiois
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
TKNTH BTUKKT,
OlTWiaX WAktt'K AVIVDI AVP WALMtI
Ur. H. F, rielJa laforaia tne public that b ba
ouaaud a
LIVERY 8 'V A a jj
ea the aorthwaat (Ida of Taatb atrael aa aaw
abova.
UIk HUblaa wUl be fumlshad with none but In
BEST HOBSHS
AND GOOD VKUIOLKS.
aid the public may be accommodated at
our of the day and night with aafe tes
aJ-
teama
on we lowest lenna.
Dr. Field ask a share of public patronaga
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
and strict attention to biiHfnnaa.
John y. Uarman. cua. Turupp
JOUN Q. IIAUMAN & CO.,
KyE!JL31. ESTATE
I -t-ANU
KCOXJSID
10LLK0l01l3
OONYKYANOKIW,
NOTA lilKa PU11L
And Land Agent or tho llllnoii Cent
and llurllugton amIMlHSoiirlUallroad com
panic.
BlorlU (Jar; aletti jt. mud f lt e
!Oaibo, Illinoii.
tWAlaw lUATi
JA8. FISK,
Diok Kowlhb, Captain
Li ve Oalro DAILY, (Sunday exoepted) at
a p.tu for freight or paanago apply ou boat
O'IO JA. MlIXOBT, Agt.
WIIOLKSALK
nil
DEALBBS.
kTTTT7 S'" kkTTTk
tBitaH
afc ilM
BARCLAY BROTHERS
Jobbers and Retailers of
PURE DRUGS,
Chomicals, Patent Medicines, I'crftiinery, Soaps, BniHlies,
Toilott Articles, Druggist's Fancy Goods, Collier Whito
Lead and Other Grades, Taints,' Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tube Colors, Dvo
Stiitls, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Sollidt correnpondfliice and ordeis iroin Druggist", l'livlrlan anil tlencr.il Store
In want or Ooods In our Una. Hti-amboat. HsiiUtlmi mat Kaintlr Medicine rases luin-i-licd
or Itcllllcd with IMUbto Drii at lteaaonxblu Itatei.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, " RETAIL & PREiCRll'TION,
7 Ohio Letco. Wnohlngloa Ato. cor. KlglitU St.
O -A. I 13j O .
VOMHINNION MKHC'HANTM.
11. A. 't'bonis L. D, Tbouu
T1IUMU k BliOTUKIl,
Sticcetotr to II. SI.Hulcn,
IflMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND HBAI.1H3 IN
Miln and Vmntj (irrrla,
Foreign and Domettlo
liil Commercial Awntie,
OAIHO, . ILLINOIH.
MILLKK4 PAHKKH,
GENERAL COMMISSION
jrOKWAHDINO MKHOIIANTH.
UKALKKH IN FLOUR, COHN
Onta, Hay, otc,
AOKHTO rou FAIKHANK'a HOA LKrJ
Ohio Lavee. OAlltO. ILLINOIS.
JOHN li. PULL1S& SON,
(Huooaaaor to John H. mills,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
tau
KOHWAKDINO MKHUUANTtl
aaii
DKALKUiJ IN IIAY, UOKN, OATH,
Flour, Moal, Bran, (Sec.,
AOKNTS POH LAFLIN AND HAND
POWDKK COMPANY.
Con. Tkntii Stiikkt avd Ohio Lkvkc
oAiuo.itm.
Pli T K 11 UUUL,
Kxclnalve
FLOUR MERCHANT
ANU
MIXIiEES' A&B1TT.
No. HO OHIO I.KVEK,
3-20 tf. OAIKO, ILLINOIH
NKW YORK BTOiliS,
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL.
tAUOHIT VABIBTT ITO0K IM THU 0ITT
UOODB BOLD VKltY CLOUK.
Voraer of mantvAutli utraat assd (loin
mcroliU Atmbs,
OAIUO, ILLINOIH.
O: O. 1 ATI Kit
WOOD linTENUOUHE St liUO.
FLOUR
ar
aaa '
(leueral (JomuiUsion Merotmnu
188 OUK) LKVKK
b M, STOUKieJiETH,
imiiorier,
wtlUor and Wholesale Dealer In
I OMNIUM ANII IIUNKN 111
LIQUORS AND WINES
WO fi'J OHIO T.KVKK,
UIKO,,ILLINO
IfD-f
9
AND It ETA I L
PAINT Ii OIL
nmmaaimi mkhciiantm.
7. Ii. UAlluTan. K 'V. Ulll.
MATIIUXSA UIIL
AND OK.MlitAL
(J O II M I 8 (1 I O N M V. It C II A .V T fl
UKAI.KU8 IN
PLOUB: a-ItjVIixT:
1IAY AND AVK.STKN PKODIJOK.
OHIO I.KVKK.
W. Stratum.
STItATTON Si 1J1IM),
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
COMMISSION HKItCIIA.NT.S,
Ap;eiits American Powder .Companv
No. r,7 Ohlol.evpp,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
H. it. Thlptlevroed. 1'. J.TtiUtewood
THISTLE WOOD k CO.,
MKBBHAI.
Commission Mbbohants
IlKALKkM i.N
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY. ETC
No. 78 OHIO I.KVKK.
(Jaiko.
H-att
Illinois.
O. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Ltux, Cbuikt, Plabtbb, Uaib, Xto.
No tlulit Ivea,
H2TI will eell in car load lota at raanuta
tiirerw' prlcea. addlmt Irelnbt. i-'i-ll
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANT,
WUAHF-UOAT PllOPltlKTOU.
piopared to forward all kind ot freight
to all point.
lupines attended to promptly.
COFFEY, IIAKltlSON 'ft CO.,
(Huucoiou to D, Ilurd Sc Sou,)
AND
Commission Moroliants,
VI.U)M,I1HAIN AMU BAT.
No n Ohio Lwvoo, CAIltO.'ILLH.
U. J). WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GR00EK,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES,
No. 70 Ohio Lerce, UA1110, ILLS
j3TSpeclal attention given to oonafgn.
incuts and tilling order. 11-3 it

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