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THE CAIRO DAILY JtfULLETJN, WEDNESDAY, APIITL 1, 1874.
THE BULLETIN.
oiflrlnl I'aprrof thoClly nml Coimlj-
JOHN II. OIIKULY. Kdltor nd l'nblllhor
TKIIMS OKTMK DAIL1 IMHA.KTIM
One wocli, by catrlcr $
One yoar by carrier, In ml vino 10 TO
On Tr lif earrlcir l( Mil Mill ia
sulvancfl... iS 00
. Ui month. bTCiMl..... ICO
rtL months 8 00
Hlxmorthh K
)ne Year 10 00
TKBMS or WKHKI.T IIOU.KTIK.
Ono Year H W
Sir MnnLli.
Three .Month"
Invariably in advsne.
nmitlnc mnllcr on rrrry liK".
"Wno f hrtll lucwed Sumner 1 i now the
great question agitating tho hub of the
universe and tho balance of tb country.
"Serrx Ladix.," iportklng through
tbo columns of Iho Metropolis 'Journal,'
"want a company of crusaders t jry
tlio whisky and beer out of lbit city.''
The ladlos of Sjirlnpfleld, fn ihl slU,
paid n saloon-keepers flvo hundred dollar
tho other day for tho privllogo of ponring
out his watered whiskey. Ho aeeccded
to tho terras of the crusaders, and it r.ow
chuckling over hit bargain. The Indict
had a glorious tlma pouring tho beer nnd
whisky Into tho putter.
Ocn nolghbcr of the 'QbmUo' says
"Thero are no women ia Oftiro who pre
pose to molest our lalooti.koepers or in alto
them i.fnlJ,' Our saloon-keepers r.rc
not the kind of men who four womon,atid
when under tho banner of tho crusade,
women would havo charm- tho Cairo
shovers of tho blooming bowl would not
run away from.
Tnr. friends of tho Uto l'rof. Arwi'i.
propose to raiio n rnomoriul to him by
placing upon n strong and enduring basis
tho work to wlifch ho devoted iii) life
tho Musoum of Comparatlvo Geology.
To thli end icvoral of tho professor's
friends propoia to ralso n fund to lo
known as tho "Toacbors' and Publics'
Memorial fund," tho proceeds of tho fund
to bo appllod to tho expenses of tho liui
soutn. It Is proposed that tho touchers
nnd pupils of tho whoio country tuko part
in this movement, nnd thnt, ou tho birth
day of Agauiz, tho 2Sth day of May,
16"4,they shall each conlrlbuto something,
however small, to tho proposed fund.
The amiable editor ef tho Metropolis
'Times' it ongagod in a nowspnper lattlo
with a person ho calls tho aub-roea editor
of tho Vionna 'Nows.' Tho 'Times' cJl.
tor, who doesn't hko Bonator l'errell, had
congressional aspirations and would, not
bo a candidate for tho sonato. Tho 'Now'
editor, who knows how tenons n charge jt
ii to say aporson is n candidato for con-
gross, asserts that tho 'Times' man has
Ublod 1'crroU and denouncos tho con
gressional chargo as foundatlonless, where-
man an afn. a ml mw we hope nnd ex
pect tho 'Now' man will call tbo 'Times'
man "another."
A I.iboral Jlollgious associatlou lias been
organized in this city and sixty persons
havo hecomo member. It is belinvod by
tho organlxors of the assoeiati.n Hint
within n fow days tho names of ut letut
ono hundrod msmhers will graeo its roll
H'l. r.i! . . .
xuv iuciruoji iroiiu.ioj ;o uosirn mo lur-
therancoof tho enjoyment of mental lib
erty, and to promoto the cause of truth.
Among tho groat objscti tho mombers
have in vlo v nro, wo aro told, thn obtain,
mentof social advantage.-, tlia nidiug of
tbo cause of truth and progress and at
tainment to that "perfection nnd truthful
ness of mind which is thn secret inton
tion of nature'- This information has
fixed our mind. Dosirtng something of
tho hind hintod at r.bovo wo had been
almost persuaded to follow tho fshion
and go Into a church, but tlio association J
forniihss to our hand all tho good wo do
sire, and wo are thoroforo JcnooJ:ing at its
door. Admitted, if w nro not saved,
than is there no vlrtuo in soft or high
sounding words.
A DKM'EnAno named Terrell stmt nnd
killed a lawyer named Myers, nt C.ving
ton, Kentucky, a few days ago, tonus
tho lawyer, who was tho attorney of tho
dmperado's wife in a divorce ca.o, had
dared to aik queUmns the nsmssin pro-!
feised to believo worn derogatory to his
honor. Terrell i, typa of B H flf
men who would kill f0iOw-man in r.0ia
blood, If they could construe a V;ik
glancoor ;ord into an Insult. Thoy
were always heavily armed with pistol,
andkntvc, ana walked with a ,...
Always informing thosa who name into
contact with tbom that thoy were gontlo.
raen they had in tbt)tr 00I.
position no gentlemanly trait. Kx
cessivo drinkers or whisky, they were not
ofton responsiblo human belt,,., i uor
uddlng ruel to their Innato eavugBI1e,'. 0f
disposition: This clan of gentlemanly
bummor has been decimated by the
events of the bit fow years, but sow and
then we meet ono 0f t,M0 ..GentlmTO"
evenw fnr North a, Covington, Kon.
tucky The halter,, one of tho rel.es of
barbarism, but If it must be used, It should
bo employed In strangling follows iiko
Terrell, lit. .-taking 0iP would be I
beneflt to tho world.
KIXTEKN INDIAN SO A LIN m-t.
D, AND HIXTr.mjtH,;1, 1
th.
from Fort Oriffln. wo hvn i. ",er J.u.il
II nr.
rn
possession of tho following in'Mi"
p!a d In
nows irorn tr-o irontiert
Oa tbo Dth Inst., h scout of dfi .
der command of Lieutenant Colonel Huel
sen sne supply camp, ninety Inic;
wm Ul x-or wriuin. Alter mtrch
nm two davs thfiv mUMl,r.,t i. ...1
- - J ' J . UUMUU i U U U 1 ()
t . 1 .. . - mmr
jibfcuutiu. was ui.iaLLLU La n Kinnun
p .. I "
mhulij riimi; irom n camp ure. Un mil.
n.m. nii.ni, n nni m m,,,., ..... 1
r naieuun. una
jaoouploof tents in Iho thlckot, una soon
.wwwt ..,vuVR. AUIMVI U4 HIU mm!
I
(
r . .1 , . rn .... I
mitnd, rodo for Yard and worts groetod with
a 'rolloy of arrows nnd bullet from tho
undor-briuli. Thny dismounted nnd callod
to Uin followors of tho command to coino
tin. In tho narrow nass titer had to np
pronch in slnglo Mn. Thoso in ndvaneo
arrivfid In tlma to rut nil' nvo of tho eno
tnv, who proved to In Indian. Hero
Lfoutnnani Turner was wounde 1 in tho
t Ido. thooirli not seriously, by n spent nr.
row. Tho lmlanro of tbo command sovii
arrived n tho ifretind nnd qavo chaip,
n.l r.imlnr lilt Willi till) retrofit
inc mrncM. hilled eleven limro red
skins, and rptnrel siity-fotir horses.
The dead Indians woro a" scnij.
Ammp thosn killed was n young itiwr
about olshteen years of B', wl'" WM ",'
off her horso. Dor scalp ''11"n ,u'
trophle. and wa..n oxhiblllon 1 liurwlay
at Hears A OVf Mori', whoro It wns
M.fU'ienillnlx9.I l.y tbo curioiu. At-
tnehod to tbftlp l nn ear with a n.do
llvr cur-Imp pendant. Iho hair l r- ai
Mark almost a foot lone, and tlimmod
Fqunro nt tlmondi.
TKAOIO AKKATIVK OK KAOIH
Tho heirs of two brother, named
Jarouci, nnd I rnnooi Jielevro, liavo,
tlirousth their attorney, presented it me
morial to the Indiana fenato, which rends
nu.rn likn an opitomo of n tr.ittic roinnnco
Ibun a nnrrativo of actual faet. .lac'iuos
hefevro rnmo to this country nt out tho
year 1830, nnd settled in I. iwrenro county,
Indiana, near t. i'rancisvillo, on thu
banks of tbo W'nbnOi. For llftoen years
ho lolled Industriously on bis farm, chop
ping wood nnd selling it for fuol to pas-
nc steamboat".
In 1806 ho was murdered shot whllo
landing noar his wood-pile waiting for
an npproaching steamer. An inquest
was hold, but tho mj-story of tho nssniiin-
ntion was not solved, nnd tbo Incident
gradually droppsd out of tho recollection
of tho peopio tn trio neignuarusoa. rsigni
rears later ! rancois i.eiovro camn ovor
from Franco to Collect what might bo
duo tho ostato of his brother, ni.d to live
on tho farm; but n few months nUr hu
nrrlvnl ho too wns shot on preMio!y tbo
samn trot whe.ro his brother loll, una inn
murderer was novcr npnrehonded. nor
nnv cluo obtained conccrnmi: his identity.
Tho liofevro ostato consisted of sovonty
throo ncrcs, nnd sinco Jacques was shot,
although tho farm has produced nothing,
tho taxes havo been rogtilnrly paid by tho
holrs. They havo ropoatodly endeavored
to sell tho land slnco tho murdar of Tran
ce!, but notwithstanding tho fact that it
was offered na low ns $2 SO an acre, no
body could bo found willing to risk bis
llfo on this ill-omened plne.o. For this
reason tho holrs petitioned tbo legulaluro
to accept tbo Lcfevro estato on
behalf or tho commonwealth, to bo
dovotcd to any publia uio for tho
bonoflt of tho county of Lawronco, on
condition that tho sumo will bo known ns
"Tbo Moody Field, or by any other ap
propriate denomination reminding tbo
actual gonorntlon of tho Impunity some
what inoxplic.tblo of a doublo murdor un
dor moro Inoxplicablo circumstances at
olght yoars'-intorval." They also nsk that
the cum of tho tnxos paid on tbn cstato
from 1RI5 to tho pieent tlmn may bo ro
imburfcd to them, and a hill drawn in tho
Interest of tho petitioner is now boforo tbo
Indiana cennto for lis action thereon.
MISCELLANEOUS.
"""'O VlfH'O
SIAJtV.
I'M
JIATIKKT
AN) KlVfil
I'OUTS.
UK-
Herllii.
AItttl;sTK.
Hkkun. March ;il. Tho iloman Oath.
olio arcli-liiliop of liologno was nrrostml
to-dny for violating tho orclosiaslira Inwa.
Tho arrest was mado without nnv ilomon.
t trillion.
...-
.Mfiiiplils'.
Mcitruih, Ti:nnj:8i:k. March :il.
I'vo ynunt: men of this cltv bold n
tenth, nnd it club of lorty hold it tilth part
t tno tiuKot which .iruw ttinrantlHi prlzu
in thn I.ouisvillo lottery to-day.
Saw XurU.
Ninr Yoisk, Mnreh 81. Thn Senuritv
bank, orgnni.od in tho yoar 1B7() with n
capital of $:iOO,OOl), has decided to clo'o
buslnoss.havlnt: lost $'J5,(0D. Tlio Mock-
holders pay oil' depositor nml poel:ot tho
ios.
Pari.
rAlilt. March SI. (Ion. Hlokle. Into
u n minister to Mlinin. ami Un u i tJiu I ne-
hnil nn intorviiiw yostordny. Mr. Hickles
will remain snmntimn In Imndon in rnn
enuenco of sieknesa In liia familv. Mr.
Ouehlrig will lnavo for Madrid on Friday
morning.
Ihi.iton, Ohio.
Dayton, March 31. Tim cruwdcrs
wero busy all day In spito of tho dirmtren.
ublo weather. A fight In front of n saloon
wimro tiioy woro iiraying, caused lunch
oxoltomont, but was soon tettled, Tho
women aro achieving no conquests.
riillmlclpiiln.
1111:11.
l'lili-AUKLi-HiA, March 31 Vostordav
nitornoon, Henry It. Hurst, onco voll
unowii us it poot of considorablo iironmio,
diod In this cltv. Aged CO years.
Tholrillls of formnr rnnil,inlr,.a ,.f II...
1 - - - - - - ...vi U ,.U
ennsylvanla railroad, charged with om-
iwzioing monios and stolon tickets, otc,
rtsulted in their conviction.
- - .
I.nniyt'llf.
waihiiv wau.
I.ava y i.TTK,March .'U.-.Tho 1 alios of tho
tompuranco brigade still continue thoir
visits to salootiB and wholesalo liquor
hoiieo. 'Ihoynro genorally courtiously
roeeival and kindly troatod, though no
good rosults havo yot manlfostod them.
'Ives. T110 city council has ordored that
the six and nine o'clock provisions of tho
JJaxtcr bill nro carried out, and ns n ocn
sequence no liquor Is sold after nine
0 clock p.m.
Tho oentral committeo in ft tt-t.rinv nml
txod upon Tuesday, Juno 2d, as tho tlmo
v. ,.um,nK mo primnry oloction for iiom
inat.ng candidates for county ollicos.
r.OUQDIl.
LosiiON, March .11 A dlspateh from
Jlolhourno suys Kochofort nnd hit rom
panlons escitpwj from Now Colodonla by
storing thomielvot mvity In , vefiol.
Ihoy havo nrrivod in Sydney nnd will
proceed to Kuropo direct.
fr'i.l"ItU Il,,ri4!n' Rrrlvotl ftt Liverpool
from l'etisneok to-duy, exporleneod vory
heavy weathor nnd lest sovoml men over,
board, Including tho master.
Lord Mayor or Lci.don, ,;avo ali.nqutt
to-nlKht n honor of Wr Oarnett Wolslv
Amout; tho dlstlnifulthi.il : "Z"
were l-rlnro of .tlftS; 100 Xrthur
Duke Umlrldco, Vis Count Cordwol
itml (latliom Harderay
SlMIl
I Reported Expressly for tho Bulletins
Ollinva.
Ottawa, March 01. 1 n tho commons
this afternoon, A ttornoy.Oeneral Clark,
of -Manitobi, attended nt thu bar of tho
houo mid v oxaminod by Mr. Mnekln
r.lo liowell. Ho testified to Kiel's hand
writing on tho mombers' roll,- testified
that an Indictment had loon found against
him in tho Manitoba court of tho (Jticon
bench nnd produced tbn warrant Issued
therein. An order was inn lo that the po
liceman attend tlio liar to-morrow
with thfi warrant Issued In
Ottnwa. An oritur waa alio mado thst
Ijoii Jitel nttond In bis plncn in tho houo
lo-morrow. It Kiel nniu-nrs ho will bo
arrested, and if ho doos not his abonco
will be taken a prima fncio ovldonco that
ho is h fugilivn from justice, nnd fnllowlng
tho Knglish prceedont, a motion will bo
mado to cxpol him frnni tho hotiiO.
I'roiItli'iifP, It. I.
l'liovnir.NCK, March .11 Yrorw .lines
in bankruptcy ncnlnst A. : V. Hnrnu'UO.
n rnhiiufacturilii rompanv. woro instituted
mis morning ny tno Kaiionni iinni: oi
Lt. . . . " .1 . ... .
Comincrco, nnd citations woro Issued lut
aro not jet sorcd upon dofundonts. Tho
announcement of this proeonllng mused
inier.so excitcmcni amoni; husinuis men
and oxtraor linory ofl'orts woro mado
tn induce thu bank lo suspend or
dlpontlnuo tho proonodlnc. A
call for a meeting of tho stoekholdi-rs of
tlio tmriK to request tho director' to fus
pend action, ha been signed by thu rep
resentatives of twelvo 'thousand shares,
all who could bo reached to day, lt is
understood to-night, however, lint tho
pressuro hns boon unavailing nnd no
ngrooment to stop proceeding has been
secured, tho trust morlgagn will havo
oeon in lorco lour months to-morrow
Louisville.
THAT 1'BIZE.
Lot tsvir.t.n, March 31. Tho ranitsl
prir.o of S187.500 has just bdon drawn,
number 65,101 being tlu lucky number.
It Is not yet known who Is thu holder Is.
Tho followlnj: numbors to-dnv In tho
library lottery drow $3,"C0:
37S'J3, IC3 J1, l'J88, 37639, 40203, -10 1 50,
11810, 1M818, 7C810, lll'Jl, 2.-15I5. 'J083I,
512S1, 1C007, 0177, 613C8. 012!?, 8j0l.
i no lonowing urnw i,i.nu:
15071, 47595, 42C03, 43135.
Ann: tbo following ns follows :
1C.3j1 drewS3.710; 12.211 drow $760:
3,301 drow $3,600, nnd ticket No. 21.101
drow 575,000. A man namod Stevens, of
urcensburu, Ohio, holds two tenths or tho
later tickot.
LATElt,
Tho following is n full nnd corrected
list slnco my last report at 2 p.m.: No.
65,101 drow tho capital prlxo of $187,500;
1,950 drow $7,G00; 32,332 drow $37,600;
65,050 drow ST.600; 49,033 drow $3,760;
27,4(51 drow $3,750; 60,752 drow 53,750;
28,674 drow 3,760. This is tbo complotod
report. Tho drawing closed llvo inlnutos
ago. I havo only sent tho number of
tickets drawing ovor 51,000.
IM-obaTiVlths.
Vv"AS.ui.saTo.v, .March 31. Tho storm
contor will prevail moro to-night to
wards Chcsapenko Ilav.
1'or Northwest and Uppor I.ako region,
rising temperature, fulling barometer,
northerly winds voorlng to southwest aud
partly cloudy weathor.
For Lownr M.issourl and Ohio Vulloys
and Tonnosioe, northoaslcrly nnd north
westorly winds, cloudy weather and snoiv
or rain.
For Gulf states, low but rising baromo
tor, falling tempornturo, southwesterly to
northwesterly winds, cloudy Wuather and
rain.
For South Atlantio states, soutliwcstorly
winds, low baromotor, falling tompnrnture,
and cloudy wenther with ram on Wednes
day. northoastorlya'nd'nortnoVlflViLKS1;
weather, snow arid ruin.
Tho rivora will probably fall sllchtly
nt Oincinnati, Lousivllle, ivookuk, Nnsh
villo Rnd tho Oh(o rlvor rlso nt 1'itts
brng. niicoot Observation, Signal Scrvlco II. H
Hiiiiy. uniiy report oi inosiaRO 01 water,
with Iho changes for tho 21 hours cnilliii:
3 oVIocK p. in., March 111, 1871.
1 Above
ChitugoH.
Itlfo.' Falir
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, 0 ii (I
II II II
II 11 II
11 x 11
ft 11 11
2 II
0 a I 0
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IS I
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w!itr,
HTATiOH.i.
IPIpI
Calm
Kt. LoulK
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17
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13
27
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I
rittulmrir
I'liii'liimtti
Loillsvlllo,... ,,
.Memphis ,
VieUitlmru ...
Hluoveport ....
Nailnlllo
'New Orleans
l.lttlo itook....
I'lvauvvillf
lleloiv nlgn water mail.-.
KlIWI.V HlHlTII.
Ob-urver ,SI. Her. Ii. S.A.
riTTsiiiiKo, Mnreh :il Uivor 0 reut .'!
I no lira and railing nlowly. Wontliur
ciouuy umi stormy, inuwod nt intotvnls
nil uny.
Nakmvii.i.i:, .March ISl.Kjvor still full
Int;, 10 foot on tho nhonls. Ithnj ln on
niuiliif,' nil day. Arrlvod II II Cool;.
I'aducah. Departed Hhippers Own,
Cpor Cumliorland.
Littlk Hone, Mnreh .11. Wonthor
plensant. Illvor on n ttaud, H foet by
IWUBO. Arrived llattio rrom nbnvo.
Dopitrted Fnnnio Tiitum, Nuw Orloans;
It V Duan, Memphis.
VicKfiii'iin, Mnreh III. Cp Mnrv
Allco nnd bargee, Thos Blu-rlck, .lohn
Tollo, AlloKhany Hollo, Kto. Uonovlevo.
Down Hollo Loo, YiuiHor, .Mitchell,
(iloncoo, A'lttchcz. Knlnlii; all day; river
rising slowly.
JlEMWiis, Jlarch .11. Weathor clear
nnd cool; rivor roso 2 inches. Arrived
Mnildo, Now Orloaus. Departed Hollo
of Toxiu, l'lno lllulli (ulcltstop, AVhlto
rivor; Dean, New Orleans; Kmors, Cln-
i;iuiii,hi, Jinu iiur, ot, JiHUll,
Nr.w UiauANs, March ill. Arrived
John Kil;;oiir, Louisville; John Hjwnrd
Arkaiifas rlvor. Doparted Chas JJod
inimn, Cincinnati; Jllsmarck-. Futuro f in v
and barKo, r-t Louis; Abhland, Arkania's
river. "Woathor cloudy nnd warm.
LoUISVIM.i:, March 31 Illvor rlln
vith 8 feet 11 Inches In tho cannl nml 1;
font 1 1 Inches in Indian chute. AWiithnr
cold, rain nil day nnd very cold to-nlht.
illlivuil imuy l.ttlllli, iliuiliprilj, Dq.
parted Audy llaum, Cincinnati. Ilni.
ncss dull.
i:VAN8VH.I.K. March Jl Heavv rnln
nil ni;ht; iiiorcury 45 to fiO. ltlvor fallon
u inciiot; 2.J 10BI uy marl;. Down Mnrv
Anient, Iron Mountain, Indinnn, Tarts.
con, bllvorthorn nnd Imrires. (Jlolmrnn
Louuwortb, Koborts, lion Franklin. Hot.
tlncss fair.
Cincihhati, .March 31, Hivor 18 feot
and stationary. Arrlvod-Uliarmor,
Irt'iinavllli.. M,..., v..., ... ..
....ciiui.r, .-.mnviiiu; k
..'mu, iiuuuul;; rearirsi.
l'Ht.i.,,.,..
Andy Damn, Memphis. Departed It It
Ilud.on, AVheollnn; Mossnnnor, I'lttsburi't
MIntioola, Memphis; Kd. llobbswnd I'oari
less, Bt. Louis.
Ut. Lotito, March 81 Arrived La
Marge. Missouri river; Illinois nnd Graf,
ton, Ulnols river; ltob Uoy, Keokuk
(irand Towor, Memphis; HIKley, C'alroi
Helena, Vlcksbure; Dock Island, Oaluna
Departed Josln and Flomlng, Illinois
rlvor; Northwestern, 'Winona; Hob Hoy
Keokuk; Howard nnd Mooro, Now Or
leans; Hiitrnl and ('omet, I'jipor Missis-
slppl; Illgley and Orafton, Cairo; Ilab
bage, Oolumbtx Jtiver lulling slowly;
It ruined all last night and drizzled nil
day.
MONKV MAIIKCT.
Nnv Yoitu, Marrh .lMonoy45
por rent., closing nt 4. Sterling quiet nt
4 8 I j, CO days; 87 J sight. Omtoms ro
rolpts .130,000. Gold cloled at 13f,fl3,.
Carrying rates 11 per ronl. Assistant
treasury disbursements 10 thousntid. Gov
eminent bonds llrm; stntn bond quiet nnd
lower. Clearings 6r',oo0,000.
-
.makki:t i:r.iour.
MisMriiift, March .(1 Flour dull. Corn
moal actlvo at 3 46, Corn 7H. "ht, de
mand light; holdo-s llrm at 67. Hay
steady; wisteni 17 0i:(521 00. Hrnn dull
and unrhiuiflli, I'ork domaiid light; hold
ers llrm at 10 00. I.ard !iJ10J. Ilucon
domaiid light; holders firm; slioublers 71
(JA7J; s Idoi 0 lo.
Cincinnati, Mireh 31. Flour quiet.
beat dull 1 40. Corn onsior, mixed 03
fCii. Oats qui t 607. Itjn 1 OSlJi)
i tn. liarloy rtull anj nominnl; clinesu
unchanged. Fork firm 10 25, Lnrd firm
stenm nit knttlo olHred 02- Hulk meals
strong, clcnr rib SJf 8J; clear 8 all looso
sales; (dear rib 8J packed. Ilucon Arm
shouldnrs 0T7, dour rib 99i; cloar ti
all packed, wliltky firm 01.
Sr. I.ovis, March.11 Homptinchanged.
Flour quiet and veal; smnll business.
Wheat dull nnd lover; Nn'Jsprlng 1 2ilj;
o.iroa inn oiiurot at i m, l 33 bid;
ro - i i ou. uorn nrm, i;ooa tic
mnd; No t! mixed 03(5)031, od'urod April
nt 03, oij hhl. yls stondy nnd firm; No
- rnueu 'I'-mmso. uariov llrm and un
rr,8r.iiWB"r?K
quiut, iuuuii iuts vosu up country suoiii
iiors (i; clear siiioi njwsj; cloar ribi H!.
Uacnn firm; fhouliors Gi7; cloar rib
0J; cloar sides SJfTfpJ; packed cloar sldcr,
nuyor April suoer Jiay v(. i,ant llrm;
primo stoiitn spot ami llrst half April i.
CiiicAfio, -March 01; Flour steadv.
Wheat steady, No 1 urine 1 25:!: No
1 YJf, regular 1 313(1 21 J strictly fresh
cash; 1 1'JJ April; Nai 3 1 17. Corn, No
2 mixed 01 (! 014; regular C2j strictly
rresh spot; April 01J; how No 2 mixed
G'J.. uah quiet anu woair, 2io Z42i reg
ular spot; !' May. llyo steady, No 2
'J0fu,92. Barley quiet nnd unclmnrred.
Fork demand activo and advanced 15 30
cash or April; 15 6557)15 03 May, closing
at instuo price", i-aru iair iiomand nnu
advanced to 9 05 cash or April; 0 30 Mny.
Hulk moats nulot and unchannod. Ilacon
steady and unchanged. "Whisky 93.
VMl YIIKH.
WIJiLIAM J. AJJjEN,
a 'PrrrT? v i?v a 'v law
OAIKO, IliLINOIH.
Jlljinvor First NatinuAl hank. 3-llWm
SAMUEL 1. WIIKELEU,
ATTORNEY i- COUNSELOR AT LAW
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
OUlco over Klrt National bank. 8-Ir3m
John U.MUIkcy.
MULKEY
V.'Illam O. Mulkoy
& SON.
ITTOltKEYS AT LAV
OxVIllO, ILLINOIS.
Olllco: Kli;hth streot, between Commor
ciai anu wasmn.'ion avenues.
M tf.
(iKEEN & G1LJJE11T,
a TTrMTrKYh
COUNOBLOlt!) AT LAW,
V.'illlf.u H.(!ron.
irodn, I
llticrt, y
rt, J
wiuitm 11. (iuuc
OUIW), ll.MNOlH.
Milee K.OUV
aS'OpnaiM attention c.Itou tn AilinliaHr sr..
irion oiiiolkvbh,uoomb 7 ANr fl nvm
HITTW ITIdHi T. 1I1KU
iuat HTnrii.
HAM WILSON,
linn in
boat ar.ro3aiia
0 u o 0 n hi h
I'UIIVIIHiiHH BTO.
No. 1 1 0
;ino Li;i:vi;..
C.tino, Ii.i.isoi
HKAI, KHVATX A:ENJV.
O. WINSTON ,1c (JO.,
liliAL ESTATE AGJ3WTS
AUOTIONJCJ5H:l,
74 (iinini) rr.ona) rutin i.uymu
oiho, ium
Hut ahd Hem, Heal Eutat.
PAY TAXES, '
ifUUNlbU AJiHTKAUTH OK TITLK
J.tiiii;n.
WH ITE UOLLAK 1' TjANINO MXLJj
H WAI.THHH, I'roiirlOlor.
CIUtl.il
HARD AKl) SOFT LUMBER
OATH, OHINOLUH, OKDAH l'USTii
DOOH8, 8AHU, 1JLIND8
ohde1w bohoitko.
Stkaithoat Lumiiiiii,
Kurnlaho.l on shcirtautnottor.
Jjuimorclftl avonuo, botweon Tonth nnd
Klovonth etrooti
' A TT?.0 TT1T1 rWOTFI
JLLIA.M Jt. fiMlTir, M. 1).
HlItiiDKIX'K No. Ill, Thirteenth Mioet,
lietwctu Witihlliirton nvenim anil Wiilmit
troot. Olllec lid commercial avonuo, up.
fill l
tUV. bUNNINfr'M.l).
ItHSIDK.NOK corner Minn mul "Viilliut
streets, wince corner .Sixth utrect and
llilo lovee. Olllco limirs Iiom 0 a. m,. to
"2 m,, ami II p 111
Planter's
SO Ohio Xicvce
EDMBMD HUEPWER, Proprietor.
Tim ri.inlor'H llotiw is loonfe-l on Ohio l.oveo Slroet in
CLOSE 'PIJ.0XrM.ITY TO IIA ILUOA.D ITH
POT8 Ai0 STlflAMJiOT LALSTDTiSiS,
Ami in flu; (.Vnlor id' llio IlitsiiioKH I'oi
ami cmniilolo in till Un nMiointnionl.
Loin uli'gnnfly rurninlinil nml cnrpatnl.
incut ami tlio hct of ncciiiiiiiioiliiiinns.
'rransionl (luols 2 mr Day.
TrustyWatch for Trains
I
Has REMOVED !''
1
Washington Ave. 3oi?. &Ui Street.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Tiit3 i.s ilio only placu in Iho City
American and Trench Candies. All
youracl 1".
NEW
(Late I'ropricter or tlio St. Nicholas Hotel;
lias become iiperiutendcnt of the
lillllllHl
CO 1 1 NK 11 SIXTH ST II I
lr. talker having taken clinr-e
oiico t;ive it a tliorouli renovating', and jiut it in fiifd elaH order lor tlio roeoji
tinn yiio.sts. Mr. Walker will wolromo lii- old mihtomcr.i to tlio new lmu?e, and
win always no fiiad iuhmi them.
'Kii'st-elass 'Day Hoard 20 por Month.
HAEEY WALKER, Supt.
ROSE &
MANUFACTURERS
Wliole ale and It'
FRENCH Am
0 AL G
KLOWKKS, LEAN Krt COaI
And I'.verj'lliiiiK l'oilaiiiiiig lo ConreelioncM (Jrnaiiicntal d'ondf,
NO. 172 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
(between Kith ami IIUihIh.)
will rccoivo l'romjU Attention,
I'uruislicd at Hcduecd Prices.
Orders from Abroad
60-i.2:i.:im.
1325
GOOpSATPANICPIUCES nQ
VJ3
Wliolosalo and
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
liA-RGE STOCK OP
Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths
Upliolsory Goofls, Window
W'lshot tho publlo to ho inforiiicd that ho bnson Imnd n stock ol uoods
' in tho .Southeast, and that ho Is determined tr sell oery artlolo at prfci ilt
any in tho .Southeast, and that 10 u determined tr sell oery artlolo nt nrfci ilowerthanthe
lowest. Call ou him and tixiiiiiimi rnodn and iirtreH. liwin .itl,lv vmi 1 n'li lo mmiitS
and cost.
House.
linn ni Iho City. '1 lin llnurn is nmr
'I'lio room.', nro largo ttml uiry, IichIiIdh
IJiiwla trill rcroivn i-oiiiIooii-i tifnt-
Day llonnlorsl) ioi' Montli
and Boats Day and Night.
it 1 -ji-.iiii.
1
where thero is a Qoncral As.sorliiiciit 01"
I al; is fo call and examine them for
J 15 12.l-.3m.
OTBL
walb:er
AND OHIO U'JVBK.
ol tin-, old and well-known Iioum' will at
TEMME
1
tail deali r iii l ino
n f tfi ws w m v
0NFEGTS0N
I'AKIil) J I AH OH, J5IUOES
SJEaEaHOTOXaS.
Festivals and Picnics
Retail Doalor in
Slmdes, Damnsli, Gornisho
i extensive a
' 1
:O.MMtiNIIII MHIIflllAN'TH.
WOODJ KITTHNHOUSi: A BUO
MI
(Jonctil C'oirimissinn iMorohacfn
mi 011 10 i.v.vuk
(. ULOSR,
(JKNKUAL COMMISSION MKHUHANI
And dealer In
J, IMS, tlUMKUT, I'l.ABTCU, LlAltl, KTC.
Nil tlliln l.livrr,
tfiri Hill hflll In car load lot at manul
iiiiit' lirli'in". aililliiK.lrelul't. 4-'J-
.1. i'd. I'llIliLll'M,
b'orwMriliug nnd CornniioBion
.MKHOflANT,
WUAltK-IIOAT l'HOl'lUKTOU.
(iriiur.l to foi ward all I.ImN of frelvhl
to all polnti.
linliip .tltiiinlritii nroiiititlv.
J. D." WlLlilAMKON,
WHOLIiSAIii: OHOOEK,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES
11. 7IS Ohio Levre, UAIKO, Il.I.S
fiJJT.Spei'lil slti iition given
tiK'iit unit tllllin: urderK.
to conMun.
11.2 It
.MlliJjEll 4: 1'AllKHll,
GENERAL COMMISSION
r-OUVAltUING MKKUHAHTH,
UKALKlia ' IN FLOUIl, (JOHN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AO K NTH on FAIKUA'NK'B SOALKJ
()hlo l.ovpn. OAIKO. ILLINOIS.
V. htratton.
T.lilrtl.
STllATTOX & HIUI),
WHOLESALE GltOOBRS
AND
COMMISSION MKKCIIAXT.S,
Aizeiils American Powder! ompanv
No. "7 Ohio l.iMi'i',
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
H. It. 'I hlnllewooit. r. .I.TIiiilewooil
TI1IHTLKWOOI) it CO.,
oKstium,
Commissi oy M k u ciiauth
FLOUR, CORN, OATvS HAY, ETC
No. 73 OHIO I.KVKK.
('AlltO
11.211
Il.MNOIB.
I'M T H K (J J j j,,
i:rliihltti
KLOUK MERCHANT
-AMD
No. HII OHIO I.I'.VKK,
''-' tf. (JAIHO. ILLINOIH
7. II. MATIMIHl..
n. f. uni.
MATIIIJjiSJt UHIi
iro:n,v-Jvntir):r3TC3-
and (i:.m:ial
V o .M ,M I fl fl i 0 n M J! It 0 11 a m T I!
UKAI.KItH IN
IIP JuOTJTKa: a-K-A-IOST:
1IA-V All D WKSTUN
l'ltODUOK.
OHIO I.KVKK.
JOUN IJ.lULLlb& SON,
(Uuccoetiim to John 1). l'lillllf.)
GENERAL COMMISSION
J'OHWAHDINO MKHUJJANTti
Alll
DKALJiltfj IN HAY, (JOHN, OAT8
Moiir, Moal, Bran, &c,
AUK NTH KOK LAFLIN AND HAND
i u w uau uuaii'AN r.
(.'on, Tkntii Stbkbt akd Ohio Lkvee
(MIHO.ILLH.
H. A. Thorns L. u. Tiioii s
TttOMS & IlROTHEJl,
HuccetOfcrs to II. M.llulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANLSi UHOKERS
AtfD CBALEKS IN
Ktnplo nnd Fnnoy Oroeerloa,
Foreign and Domestic
Wl Commercial Avenue,
OAIHO, - - ILLINOIM

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