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the Southwest, and Gtlveston, llouiton,
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ONE UUNDKKD BOLLAltS.
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llORHBSANN Hooh. Notice is horeby
gIT. tnav on anu auur iui uatu, an uurse
and bogs foui.d running at large will, bo
jn and Disced in the uound. and
with accord I dk to the protlilor.i of
"orainancei. wu. muualk.
JOHN U. OBERLY EDITOR:
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
Sanborn Still Before the
Ways and Mcnns Com
mittee. Gen. Butler Hakes Complaint
to the Committe.
The District Ring Investigation.
BAN1I0HH AMI) TIIK WAYS AND MU.Vtt
Wahuihutov, J. (, April 8. Tb.
oouitoitteo on Way and ll.ans
bald another aostluu in tho Sanborn mat
tor, and oxamined under oath, Win. O. A.
Waddell and bll sun and Lloyd D. Wad-
dell of New York. Their testimony re
lated merely to tboir connection with'
Sanborn, thoy having originally procured
inrormatlon tn regard to the unpaid I.Kacv
and tho succession taxos, which informa
tion wm afterwards worked up by dough-
lain, una collections rnauo through tbii
district attorneys office. Waddell was to
receive 25 per cent of the sums collected,
but that rate was reduced to ten per cent
and finally the contract annulled.
'Waddell denied all knowledi;o of any
conneclien with the matter nf any mem-
bar of Congress or of any treasury
come be fore the committee 'and com
plained that witnesses had been exam
ined in reference to his prlrate aflairs,and
tbat hu bad not been notified to be pret
entto hear the testimony, and be deemed
it proper to crou-examlne the witnesses.
lie b.inir experienced in committee
matters, it bad been bis uniform practice
tbat whenever a witness made a state
ment involving, a member of either bouse.
to suspend tbo examination and to send
tor the member, lie simply asked lor
tbat measure of courtesy to himself.
Tbe chairman, Dawes, replied tbat the
allusions to Uutler's name in the testi
mony, bad been incidental, and tbat when
witnesses were aikea questions tne com-
mltteo could not know in advance) tbat
tb.ir aaswors would refer to any member
After a long couoquy, ueca- miormed
Butler that the examination of Sanborn
would bo continued to-moVrow, and it
was very probable that some
inquiries would be directed
into tbe business and operations
of tanborn during the war, when he bad
some commission under Butler, then in
command at Fortress Monroe. 11 utl or
said that be could not be present to-mor.
row and tbst tbe only Rord posllloa beld
bv Sanborn was that of provost saess.ne.r
to keep order on the boat running between
liaitlmore and fortress .Monroe.
Solicitor Uanfield made an additional
statement to tbe committee defending bis
olScial act in tbe matter wf tbe Sanborn
contract against reflections on him which
be supposed were made by Secretary imcl
ardson and Adlilant Secretary Sawyer.
Till DISTRICT RING.
O II Ouinbr, of Chicago, under whose
superintendency the Do Uallur number '2
pavement was mid, was berore tne district
Investigating committee and testified tbat
tbe board of public works was not aware
of tho worthlonneis of Ibis pavement un
til the witness had called attention to it
one year after when the ironizing
ment of wood was discontinued.
Murder and Suicide in San
Sah Fravcisco, April 8. Anothor
murder and suicide occurred here to-day.
A man named ilacey shot another man
named Caldwell through the head and
then shot himself In the region of the
heart and connot survive. Tbe cause of
tbe act ia not known.
MKurms, April 8 For some tirao past
the firm of l'odesta & Co., Front street,
h&vo mused liquors and cigars, and sus
picion was directed to John Uozzoltt, a
former partnor, who had recently set up
a saloon near tho cotton exchange. Tbo
firm bad ofllcer Pride detailed, and for tho
last two nights ho has been locked up in
tho store, armed with a double-barrelled
shot gun charged with buckshot. About
sevon o'clock this morning Prido heard
someone unlock tbu door, enter and lock
U on the inside and thon start toward tbe
counting room. Pride called to him to
throw up bn hands and surrender but ho
made a rush for the o Ulcer who empted
both barrels into bla body, killing him in
stantly. On striking a light tbe body
was found to bo that of Qozzalo.
Galykston, April 8. A News special
from Austin, dat.d to-day says, last night
about dusk, tho stage carrying the Unilod
States mail and eloven passengers, of
whom threo were ladies, was stoppod
about '23 mllos from here by three armed
mon, who cut tho front horsoi out, took
all tbo passengers' money and genorally
broke open their trunks and gutted tho
mail bags, taking oil' one of thorn and two
of the stag horses. Among tbo passen
gers were ilisbop Qrogg and Mr. Brack
enridgo, president of the national bank
of San Antonio, from whom tier took
$1,000. They secured about $3,000. The
stago was tba regular four borse stage
from San Antonio and Austin and did
not roach Austin until 4 c'clck this morn
Milwaukee, April 8. A special to
tht) Sentinel says tbat two fishing boats
capsized off Kenosho this afternoon, four
men wore aboard each, one was teen
lashed to the boat, but the othors were all
lost in the terrible galo tin tho lake.
Tho Harlos House at Konosbo and
threo buildings adjoining were dlstroyed
by llrojsit night. Loss $8,000.
Huston Mahh., April 8. The Naw
England Conference of tbe Methodist
Episcopal Church. In IU sev.n'.v-flfth an
nual session to-day adopted a protest
against a repeal on limitation of prolu
bltory law asd also against enaotm.ut of
llosnie law to sustain in anywise traffic
OariOBl, BTJI,Ij3rJTIIsr B1TII.UI33-Ca-,
The Lost Steamship Europe.
She was Valued at $1,250,
000. Nkw YonKf April 8. The value of tho
lost steamship Europe was about 1,250,000
and she was insured in tbe Fronch In
surance Co., for about two thirds of her
full value. Her cargo was very large,
consisting chiefly of Milts, wines, and sar
dines, llaraghs thlnki she probably car
ried a great quantity of extra fine goods
for the spring trade and that the value of
nr cargo could not have oeen less than
one million dollars. Tbe greater portion
of those goods was probobly insured. Their
exaot valuo cannot of course be estimated
until tbe arrival Of her manifest. Tbe
Greece, with the rescued pssieogers is ex
pected to arrive to-night or to-morrow,
and all tbat is now doubtful concerning
tbe disaster will be solved then,
I'RErAKI.VU TO ATRIKK.
Niw York. April 8. It is roported
tbat already preparations are being made
among the working men for a rlrik in
case tbe master moehanlcs persist in their
determination to demand ten hours as
The Massachusetts Senatorship.
Borrow, April 8. Tho fourteenth bal
lot for United States senator was
taken to-day. Tho whole number of yolos
were 270. Necessary to choice 130.
Dawee received 90, Hoar 79, Curtis 72,
Washburn and Sanford received V! each,
and Wbitller, Ooo. T. Biglow and Phil
lips one each.
The fifteenth ballot-was as fellows:
Whole number of votes 26'J; necessary .to
choice 135. Dawes received 01, Hoar to,
Curtis 72, Adams 19, Sanford 11, Wash
burn 7, Judge Colt 2, WhlttUr and Phil
lips I each. Convention took recess for
Little Rock, Ark, April 8. A gon
eral meeting of tbe democratic state cen
tra committee and tbe congressional dis
trict committees has been called to meet
in Little Rock on the 20th of Jtay.
Omaha, April 8. Yesterday1 eloctlon
resulted in favor Chase, republican for
mayor, C25 majority. The republicans
also carried treasurer, clerk and police
judge; democrats marshal. Tho mitnlci
palelectlon in Frotnontresulted In favor of
tbe peoples' candidates against the repub
licans. At Grand Island in favor of the
republicans. At PlatUmoutb, in favor of
tne peoples' ticket.
The Newly Discovered
Mines In Arkansas.
THEY ARE REPORTED TO
VERY RICH AND INEX
Little Rock, April 8 A special dis
patch to the Republican from Fulton says:
Captain Ualloway arrived here to-iay
from the newly discovered gold mines on
north fork of the Oulcbita en routo to St.
Louis to purchase apparatus wherewith to
commence active operations. Tbe mines
are situated on tbo mountains near to tbe
Cboctaw line and richer than atdrst sup
posed. Tbo captain passed through tbe
silver district on his way here and reports
tho wildest excitement over the recent dis
coveries. After an examination of the
ore and mines he reports tbe former very
rich and tbe latter inexbaustable and that,
tho half has not been told. Tho Joplin
mining company will at once commence
the eroction of several smelters for work
ing the antimony which is found in tbe
mostextonslve lodes ever discovered in the
world. Miners and adventurers are flock
ing to tho scene of tho lata discoveries.
Disastrous Fire in Evansville.
A Mother and Sgn Suffocated.
Kyansville, April 8. At three o'clock
this morning a flro broke out In a three
story brick houso on Sycamoro street
while the inmates were all asloep, Mrs.
Rother and bor son Louis, aged 13, waro
mothered. Charllo Rother, .god 11,
Jumped from the third story and escaped
wlth'a bad cut on tho hip. Another man
Jumped irom the third atory and was not
badly hurt. Tbe bodies of Mrs. Rother
and son were discovered after the tire
George Hewior, a fireman on the E. &
O. railroad, foil from the train at 2 o'clook
this morning and was run over. Both
legs and one arm were cut oil' and his
body cut in two at tbe waist.
Further from the Steamship
London, April 8, "No furthor Infor
mation has been roceived from the steam
ship Europe except that the necessity for
abondonlng the arose from her leaking
pumps becoming choked, Tbo or'gln of
the disaster is not known here, No lives
New York, April 8. Treasury dis
bursements 00,000. Custom recelpU 780,
000. Money very easy 3C; sterling 448,
60 days 488 tight, gold ranges at 13l3jj
nnaned and closed 138: carrvinu ratoa
!t4; clearings 40 millions. State bondi
quiet and nominal, Governments quiet
and Arm. Railroad bonds, strong with
large business, stocks weak. Early in tba
day the gen.ral list fell . Tbe market
became strong from the olose of the sec
ond board, until near the olose with ad
vance of UAH from the lowest nolnt in
final dealing a slight wtakneis is noticed.
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ODE. 12TH BTiaBlE'r
CAIRO, THURSDAY. APRIL 9, 1874.
l'lTTsniriui, April 8 River rising with
C feet 10 inches, ltatnod boro all tho after
noon'. Cokcinnati, April 8. River 18 foot
and C Inches and falling. Dopsrted
Cbarmer, Uvmisville: Lawrence. Nash
Memphis, April 8. Weather warm
and rainy. Itlver fallen 4 inches. Illi
nois dull. Departed .lohn Kyle, New
Orleans; Dugan, Llttlo Rock.
VlCKanORd, April 8.Up Exporter,
llonry fj Yaegor. Down Fannlo Lowis,
Mary Houston and West Wind. Heavy
rains have causud tbo river to rlso four
Nashvii.i.ic, April 8. Rivor rising
with 25 feet Urge on shoals. Raining
hardball dy. Arrived Ella Hughes,
Uurkesvtllo; Shippors' Own upper Cum
berland; U It Cook, Paducah; Tom Reese,
LotmviLLfc, April 8 Rivor railing
with 9 feet In the canal and 7 foot In tho
cbuto on tho falls. Uuslness fnlr. Weathor
wet and cloudy. Down Pat Rogers, Es
peranza, Ilcgloy and barges. Up Ar
lington, Camden, Hixlmann, Condor and
barges, Tom Jasper, Anna,Doan and John
Evansville, April 8 Weathor cloudy
and rainy. Mercury 48 to CC. Tbo river
hat fallen 4 inches, '23 lot on mark.
Down Bormuda, midnight; Geo. Roberts
and barges 8 this morning; Grey Eagle
at 2 this evening: Red Cloud and Pat Clo
burne. at 6 this ovoning. Up Goo. Kob
erts ar8 this morning; John Kilgour, at
noon; Grand Lake No. 2 and tow, at 'I
this morning. Uuiinesi good, jiackets
bavo excellent trips.
St. Loci, April 8. Arrived Daven
port, Keokuk; Lewis, St. Luke and Kin
ney, Missouri river; Grafton and Iron
Mountain, Cairo; Gate City, Galona; Belle
Lee, and Bismarck, Now Orleans. De
parted Bello Shroveport, Pittsburg:
Grand Towor, Memphis; Ilakor, Quincy;
uranon, Illinois river; Davenport,. Keo
kuk; Ste. Geneviovo.tVlcksburg; Garrett,
Ohio rivor. River falling slowly; cloar
New Orleans, April. Heavy show
ersorralnet intervals during the day
slnco 4 o'clock, raining stoadlly. Tbo
wind is blowing a bard gale, varying from
southeast to southwest. The river is
from I to 6 Inches above tho high water
mark of 1871, and running ovor tbo levee
at soveral points in the city. At Orange
and Louisa streots at tl.o third district
forry landing opposite Jackson square,
the railroad tracks aro covered with
water running through briskly at Car
rolton. The winds carried tbo water
over the lovee during the day, and this
morning from increasing winds and rains
serious damage is apprehended. A break
occured in tbe leveo below Carrollton City.
me autnornics nave a large force at work
endeavoring to repair the damages. Ar
rived James Howard bt. Louis,
parted John B. Maude, Memphis.
Nkw Oklkanr, April 8. Flour dull,
XX 5 a6; XXX CC 76; choice X 7 25
7 75; family 80. Corn, fair supply
and demand, mixed 7578; white 7880;
yollow 83. Oats quiet at C'.05. Ilran
carco at 1 40. Hay dull prime 19 00.
Pork beld at 17 75 no aales. Dry salt
meaU firm at CJGj8j(SHJ. Ilacon
scarce and firm at 7j'JQl0; Hams 13
13). Lard firmer; tierce 9J5j; keg
10l(Ti)lOJ. Sugar scarce 77. M daises
quiet, centrifugal C1C5. Whisky dull
Cmt'AOo, April 8. Flour quiet and un
changed. "Wheat dull, lower and unset
tled, closing weak; aprinp 1 2 7(7?) I 26: No
2 1 -Jl spot or April; 1 25J May; No 3
1 19. Cerndull and lower, No 2, CI J
cash and April; C4 jC4J May. Oats dull
and lowor, No 2 42 spot; 4Gj May, Rvo
stoady, No 2 9293 fresh. Barloy dull
aid lower, No 2 1 681 CO; No 3, 1 36.
Fork fair demand, bat at lower rates and
unsettled, cash held out of the maaket
nominal 10 CO May; closed at Hi 40; June
1G 55. Lard irregular and lower but
closed firm at 0 CO spot; 0 70 May. Bulk
meats firm and conoraii hold J hicber:
shoulder GJ5j!l C R 8; clear fit loose
spot. Bacon quiot and steady, whisky
steady at 03.
Mkuphis, April 8. Flour 'dull and
drooping at 0 26. Corn meal firmor at
3 C08 65. Corn scarce and firm at 800;.
om, uats n rm at oi(a)tia. uboice butter
scarce and firmer, medium 3035. Eggs
heavy, the recoipts depressed tbe market,
10ft)U. Hay stronger 18 00(7i22 00.
Bran scarce and firm at 25 60025 00.
Fork firm 17 60(317 75 In store. Lard
demand goed at 'J 70lO Co. Dacon de
mand good 1 for shoulders, clear sidci
Nkw "ioKK, April 8. Flour a shade
Armor, auporllno Western 6 70G 20;
common to good C300 C6; good to
choice G 00ti 80; white wheat extra
6 I07 25. Whoat scarcely so firm, No
8 Chicago 1 50 1 60: No 2 Milwaukee
1 5H(a)l 59; unirrHJea Iowa ana -Minne
sota spring 1 60l 01. Rye quiet 1 03
(3)1 11. Barley unchanged. Corn shade
firmer and closed dull, new Wostern mix-
od 85'J'J; old B8l; high mixed and
yollow 8990; wbito "Westorn 8891.
Uats nahado bettor, mixed Wostern C0
0U; white Wostern 01S051. Ooffeo dull
Bugar firm. Molasses more active. Fork
oasier, now moss 17 00 spot, 10 1)0 April,
17 00 Alav. LArd heavv. nrlmo steam
10 3-10 spot, 10 April. Whisky steady
St. Louis, April 9. Klourqulot, super
3 76418J; X 4 60; XX 6 50; XXX 6
76; famili 0 CO; fancy 7 769 69. Corn
more activo No 2 mixed 0104c. Oats
closed dull and lower No '2 mixed 5060J
Whoat firmor No spring 1 24; No 8 red
falll 32(31 36. Barley very quiet, Kan
sas and Western 1 231 65. Rye dull
and lower 03Jc. Pork still 10 7617 00;
dry salt moats firm, shoulders Oh clear
rib 8; cloar 8J. ilacon in fair demand
shouldors 0J; cloar rib 9 cloar fl9o.
ijaru arm, prirno stoam v. uonau more
active, Rio 24). Sugar llrm, Louisiana
7j9jo. Plantation mloasses firm 76
eve. wuisky steady vzc.
Cincinnati, April 8. Whisky quiet
at 93c. Cotton quiet and unchanged
101, Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat
dull and lower at 135. uorn dull and
dropping at f.307. Oats dull but un
changed at 48(5)60, Ryo steady 160. Bar.
ley dull but unchanged. Oil unohanged.
Eggs steady 12. Butter weaker, choice
63G8, Cheese scarce and firm. Fork,
country mess toldat 10, city 17, buyers
till the 20th of April. Lard excited and
higher, steam told freely at 9; kittle 10
closing firm. Bulk Heats quiot and firm,
Shoulder 0 at country points; clear rib
quoted atHJ; clear 8). Bacon strong,!
ibnuldeis 6J; clear rib 9j(u)j; cioar fj.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND CODWTI.
Lowest Prices in the City
BORDER'S NEW STORE!
Corner of Ninth atrcct and Commercial avenue, whero may bo found the
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST
DRESS GOODS I IT CAIRO.
Poplins, Diagonals, (.'ashnicres, and Spring Drcsn Goods, all sold nt prlcua
While Good', Kmbroidoricn, Nock Tics, Glove, Cuffs, and Notions made a
A FULL LINE OF
Ladies' and Children7 Shoes.
Hurler keeps right up with tho times, and offers no iroods but thoso which
arc new, elegant and stylish, and cordially iuvites tho peoplo of Cairo to givo
mm a call and examine Inn stock.
Phil. H. Saup,
Has REMOVED ii
Washington Ave. Cor. 8th Street.
Thin is the only place in the City
nierican aud French Candies.
Uh IS Brinkmeyer
To Order in the
H I BrinkmoyD!
A. J.KOK M.D.
Olllce over Thorn .t Uro's. grocery itoie
No. 134 Commercial aveuue. comer Eighth
street, liesidenoo corner waihlugtou aw
aun and Fourteenth street.
JOHN R. MCLEAN.
Cincinnati, April 8. John R. Mc
Lean, proprietor of tho Enquirer, was
again ou the witness stand to-day and
again refused toanswor tho quostiou as to
who besides Scowder tho defendant on
trial, charged with procuring libolllous
fiubllcation in tbo Enquirer gavo him
formation on which to ground tbo arti
cle for which be was sent to Jail.
Washinoton, April 8, Kor New En
gland states, north to east wind and cludy
woather will prevail with rain ur snow ou
For Mlddlo statos and Lower Lake re
gion', cloudy weather, increasing east to
north winds and ruin, oxcopt fur the lat
For South Atlantio slates, increasing
south to out winds, cloudy woathor anil
For Gulf states, winds shifting to west
and north, clearing weathor and falling
For Tonnessee and Ohio Viillcy, winds
shifting to north and nurtuweit, partly
cloudy weather and rain on Thurs
day. For Upper Lake regions, Iowa and
Missouri, north and nortliwtH winds,
clear or partly cloudy weather on Thurs
day. Tho Cumberland aud upper Ohio river
A. - V - 303ST
where (here is a General Assortment of
ask is to call aud examine them for
Grand Benefit Concert
The Cairo Concordia
Friday Evening. April 10th
1. The eiigtrbund by Uatblcr Concordia.
2. WamlcrlicU by .Schumann J. Schlrilnircr.
H. 1'iinoS.Jo by Kctteter Mr. Unilt A. lletEcr.
nwiMsoiig uy Kctrt Hn. Lamilcu,
I. I lie lotcsl by 1 lacier Concordia
I. "How Hare I Iivtd Ilitc"-by
a. bempre imil'amo by Carafe Dueitv,
Mr. and Mil. Kclileilugcr.
.1. Soiiallue lor (four hand.) Mn. Laiu.lcii and
..........y..,. Mr. lltfser.
. uiiihk uyui. juimarii -saprano
, s,0 Mr, Schlcilnccr
j. ScbIojfrIicd...by J.Ulto ....Concordla.
llckeH for fain nt .Subiih's drug ttorc, and
nt tbo door nf the hall. AiIiiiIhhIoii,7.'i cciiIk.
ltesorvrd tuiitx, one dollar, to bo liaj at
Boot & Shoe
Between 'font 1 1 mid Kloveulh .Strcotx,
Is prepared to till orders without delay,
lie liana line Hook of imported leather on
bund. Just m-olW'd iVoiu New York, ami has
put down hit price to the lowest notch
C. - C. C. (J.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prcpareil to supply customers with the
beat quality of
PITT SHUIlG AND ILLINOIS
OltDKHS lolt nt Halltday Bros, olllce. ou
Ohio Lovee, or nttlioOoal Yard below tho
St. Charles llotol.will receive iromjt attvn
tlou. Tho Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
longslilo to steamer at any hour.
ATTENTION HAG DKALKHS.
SIMNNINfl PAPER ' STOCK CO.,
li t Chestnut Sired,
ST. I.UI1IN. MO.
I'AV TIIK HKIIIKST CASH PRICKS,
7 ct. por lb for Soft Woolen.
3 cie. pr Hi for Wool Carpet.
1 :! I cts. per lb fur Wool Blanket.
'2 1-4 cts. por lb for Old Cloth.
Old Book and
3NTo. MO OX&lo
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FJiOUH, GRAIN, HAY
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JOHN B. PHILLIS & tON,
(Surcesor to .tohn B. Phlllis,)
MEAL, BRAN, Ac.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Cosftij.
COR. TENTH ST. OHIO LEVER,
Wood Rittenhouae ft Brotkir,
Genkrai. CoMJiiasiow Mkrchanp,
l!i:i Ohio Levee, Cairo.
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, &e.
71 will k'11 In car load lota at mastutac
tliremprlrci. adding freight.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
l'rcprepared to forward all kind of
Freight to all points.
p'lUnlue attended to promptly.
MILLER & PARKER,
FLOUlt, CORN, OATS, HAY, &o;
Agents for Fairbank'a SoaIm.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Agents American Powder Coapaay,
S? OHIO XyjtK, CAiXO.
N. II. Thl.tlewood.
1 J. TUstUwoed
THISTLEWOOD 4 CO.
Flour, Corn, Oat, Hay, Ac. T
No. 78 OHIO 1JJVEE,
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