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ILLINOIS UKNTltAL 11A0AD.
Wood Rittenhouse & Bwtlwf
tlUINS LI1VK CXtl
Mallt M s.m., Dally.
Kxprcnst, a:0) p.n
Freight a 1:00 a.m., . ..except Sunday
Freight at IUK a.m...... " "
Freight at . . 4:00 p.m.,. . " "
AUIIIVr. AT CAIItO.
Mall at 'J:ir u.i , Dally
Cxpren at 'J.Ofi n.m vxcetit Minilny
Freight at ....0:1.') u. in,, ....except .Monday
Freight nt 7:10 p.m., except Sunday
Freight at I0:i5 p.n
lf3 'J-17-tf. .lAHKH .lOHNHQN, A;cl)t.
TIIK CAIRO AND V1N0KNNES
RAILKOAI).
i.tianmk or i mi:.
On and alter Sunday, rthiti.iry "i, 1S7I,
Irnlni will mn us follows:
(IOINO NOItTII.
I'skM-npcr. Freight.
t 'alro, le.'ivo
.Mound City, Ipmu.,,
li-nrni, h'Hv
llnrrlnhur, Iciuc...
Norrli City. Icavo. .
Cannl, iirrive
Ctrinl, leave
iruyUlc, leave
li)imt ('arinil.li.'.nc.
I Hf.,1tW... I........
, .i.iki a.m. .1:0.1 a.m.
, Urn
, (1:1.1
, Villi
:!."
.lil.'i
ii
H:77
ll:i:i
l:.'Ji
l:i:
r.:r:.
I:.V) "
10:00
10:10
ll -.'.'J "
A -.11.
7:H
!:iO
( I. A: .M. JuiiUlnti, a'rriVR.'lU At
l'J:-ri I'.m.
c.oi.vu bouni.
I'aenscr. Krtlght.
(i..v .M..iuiiciinn, leave. ,:w a.m.
Vinrriine, leave ".-i'l "
Slolint ( urine!, leac,,.. b J-l
iraylllc, leave 'J:H "
arml, arrive 10:) "
( annl. have 10:10
.NnrrN ( It v, leave "
II.rrlliurli, leave 11:1.1 "
7:00 p.m.
!l:0O "
10:17 "
llrllO "
0:lfi A.M.
7:18 "
!l:IO "
l'.M.Mwt.
.1:10 "
.1:10 '
V letHM, lean1 1:17 r.M.
.MciundCity, leau- a: IS "
C.ilro, arrfe ;i;0! "
110UNI) CITY ACCOMMODATION'.
I.eavo Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and 6: 1.1 p.m.
Leave Mound City at 12:0.") p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
Fr Irht tralni atop over night at lariiii:
run 1 1 1 1 1 there a mixed train, leaving at
I Li a.m.; leaving Vltieeuiiii at 7 p.m. the
Mine ivi'iilng for return trip.
roN.vncnioNK.
At Cairo with tin- .Milippl (Vntnil,
JSIoliilu uiiji Ohio, fur nil jioliit' Mint; l alio,
ArWun-a and Tc.a, for all points In Aikan
j and Texa.
At Vlnccnnci: Ilidlau.HiolN.ind Vluceunoi
railway for IinlUnaiiolH nud all polnti north,
tt and wot; with Kvatisvillu and Craw
lordv Ille railway for Kvainvlllererra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all point north, eat
and wot; with Ohio nnd .Mlt"lppl rail
A'ny for tit. I.ouls, Louisville, Cincinnati and
all point eat nnd went.
ai .-orri iiy rroinn;: iiii .-iriiigiieni
ind I 111 ioIh Southeastern railway.
J.. W. 1'ALMKH, Ueo'l Blip I.
K 1'. Wii.sojf, Oen'l l'nieonyor, At.
37-1.1-tf
JAIUU, ARKANSAS AMI TEXAS
AND CAIRO AND FITL.
TON RAILROADS.
The thortest and only direct routa Irom
alro to .lackxonport, Little UoeU, Hot
ptingD, Fulton, aud all point In ArUanan
rid tho HfjUthWet, and (laheiton, lloiilon,
alias, Austin ami all point In Tcxm
vi:i.vi: iiouita in adva.vci: of
NY OTMKIt ItOUl'K.
Through ticket, through hllli or lading,
nd Information ft. to frcl"lit rate. pu
inger lare, lonncctloii", etc., can lie oh
Ineil at tho comp.iny'n "Dice In Winter'ii
ocU, corner of Seventh street and Com
ireial avenue.
4. no ..i.ii,.. i..aiv iv.il'iviltrn nil.,
tel for pafcencr, when orderi are left
u.i ...in n r.it.n,A ...i.t... u i
time.
Klegant l'ullman p&Ijlo lecping cars on
nlht traltia.
Tram run dally, (Sundayn excepted; fiom
Cairo O 111 co a" lollown ;
niAltl.k'rtlON ACCOMMODA1IOX.
ave (ireeullclir . .011 a m and 0.00 a.m.
nhe at (rtcnlicld'a !):17 a m nnl1rfW p.m.
Kxritunt III .NS IIAII.V
ei (ircenlleld'n 100p. m,
rle at (ircelitleld'h 1:10 p.m.
I). Axtki.i,. 'hlcf KmrlneiT.
i. w ri:itN.
WILLIAM J. AI JjKN,
'I'MVIRMPV Afp r.A W
OA1HO, ILLINOIS.
I i wjr First Natlontl hank. S-lC-."!m
HAMUHIi 1'. WIIKKLKR,
WlliriKVM UIIUSM.UH rtl LA i
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Ulce over Find National tank.
3-iram
n II.Mulkcy. Wlllam C. Mulkoy
,lltr f. UIIV
rrOltNEYS AT LAW
OAIItO, ILLINOIS.
illce. Klghtti i-treot, between Coinmcr
and S'-hlngton avenues.
14 tf.
ORKKN & G1LHERT,
ATTOHNBYfa
OOUN8KL01W AT LAAV,
Ill.ci ll.(lri.m.
Hum II ()llt tt
UA1HU, 1I.I.1K01H.
cm r. (lllWort
"Jpoaml attontion Kl''0 to AJmlmltf ml
d (nioLBVHii,noowB 7 and Hovkh
niTVwiTIOHAt. nm
I'll YNIVIARH.
VLLIA.M R. SMITH, M, 1).
:.SII)Ki:ci:-No. Ul, Thirteenth street,
e ii Wanhlugton uveiiua and Walnut
t. OlUec 120 commercial avenue, up
i.
O.W. DUNNING, M.D.
SIDKN'CK corner Nlnlh and Walnut
U,Olnce comer sixtn Birefi aim
Id.o. Olllce hours Itoiail a. m., to
, and 0 l. m
A. .I.ROK 31. D.
Ico over TIioiih ,V llro's. grocery ftoie
,11 Commercial avenue, corner KightU
t. Iteddonco corner Wahliigtou au
md Fourteen, li btreet.
DK. W. JiLAUW
IKRMAN PHYSICIAN.
lets lllci k (up flfilti) i ( i Mr Etti Ktro
mul Wiiauingion avuiiuu.
-ai-tr.
0AIKO, ILLINOIS.
DR. iM. HOWARD,
YSICIAN & SUGE0N.
lUI.-JttUMUt ("OMMKItCIAL AV,
' AND .SIXTH STItKKT.
41
t'irr,,l.i....,.,Kcveiilli Hirct. iclwoen
i - aim itiiiini Bircei,
i .'(i.'.-ii-'j.tr
Mlh II. OBEULY EDITOR:
mpAPKijj,
Reported Exprnssly for the Bulletin.
WASHINGTON.
Moro
About tho
Matter.
Sanborn
The District Ring Investigation.
Yesterday's
Congressional
Procoedin
gs
Washington, April a. Tho district
In ve titttlon cuiuiiiilttu i.'ininiiiixl thl
morning, K. JJ, .Mcl.slUn of tho lifin ot
Dei'Hlyur MeLolInu, who laid tliu
navuincnl on I'entnylvutiin nvonuu Halt,
no teHillod that tliu tlrm had paid Ir. no'.el
and money to onu Chittendoii of Chicago
$'.17,000 to tecuro thum tho contract, ic
I.fllan nskod Chittenden what ho wanted
o much money fur, and liu uniwored it
win to pay his oxpnnect in AVaihlngton,
and iiit of tho national dob'., that ho did
not know wliero tlnj money went to or to
whom it wai paiJ, that iiaforo nil the
works under contract win complitnd It
wi discoritlnucl by order of thn hoard of
public vorkf. Chittndon utkel (lov.
Hhuphord to rncind thn order, nnd Ii" de
cllned. Cook the livjk-kbeinir of thulirm
It now on tho ntM.il.
TIIK eAMIOIlK MATTKK.
Tho eommittuo on wnyi and meanp had
another hear'mi; to-dny In thu Htulorn
mattcri. Smlum furnlihbd a n'.httu.ent
of hiii rrcidpti and expenditures under
Ilia contract, howitig that ho had received
2i:;.Glb nnd hai uzpende.l i 150.13d.
Thi latter turn wad iUmizod. Chief
item: Thoro havo been f 13,875 paid to
W. . .Mormon, and two HisittnntJi la
Lurc.po I2S.0CKJ to l'recott for iiorviroi,
lenl cxponiies h diiburiemetitt, ?J ,'i0'J
for I'reahury Mid (iroen; $1,000 lor tho
ryof thoaocretaryj J.'l.'J'JOto Dirtrii t
Attornoy Jllle; $8U to Waddoll; 10,000
for pergonal oxpon'o, otc.
Sanborn loted that there km r, o money
pld fur ohtainint; contrncti In connection
with the ledhlaturu or with nllowanie of
cKims at tho treasury depatment, nnd that
wliilo nothint: had hecn realizeil liv ivn-
d!ctto trcmury from bin dlthurftment
to ilorrlion In Kiirope. yot If ullowul to
conlinui-, hi thought ho could turn in
over $5,000,000 from iarortimtion rur
nitbed by him.
Congressional.
SEN AT K.
Wahiisut-js, April 'J. Ingulls from
tto committon on puiipiuna reporlad, with
hiiicndmeriU, Immo bill to in ti'h. tho
pisiiriionK of nrddier and eullon totally -1 1 -nbhtd.
l'lucod on the calendar.
.Mr. Anthony called attention to tho
practice of thn tenaio in ordering bill! to bo
printed when Introduced Ho md bill of
n piivittii iinturo Mom frcqueetly printed
lno or thiea timt-.. FiU, up.,:i their in
troduction, iicaiii when reported frmn tlio
committee and nfter havint; patsoil, Mid
probably wero never read by any on'j.
Ho hopod that herenftor rouators would
not Mk to have privato bill? printed upon
introduclni; them, but wait until they
ihould bi ropurte! from tho comin it
toe. Mr. Windom mo;id to tako up tho bill
to i nublo tho .Mcnnonites uf Jlutia to
mal.0 pcrmanont sottlomsr.tj of tho pub
lic Unui or tho united stale).
Mr Kdinutidj oblectcd and tho bill
went over until to-morrow,
b'enati bill to authonzo an Ueiio of
a (upply of arms to bo lent to thu author
ities of tho ttato of NebrsBka, was dis
cussed until tho expiration of tho morn-
inc hour when It wont ovor.
1 nfinmicd Litelncii bclni; in order, thu
innate bill to provide for tho incorpora
tion and regulation of railroads wi takeo
up, tha quoilion bnlnf; on tbn motion of
ilr. Wnuiit to recommit the bill.
.Mr. Wricht wlthdrow hU tnolion and
oll'erod sovoral verbal HiiiendmeritH, which
were accepted by tho chairman of tho
committee.
Mr. Went then moved to stril.-o out
soctlon'Jl of tho bill giving tho right of
wav to nny railroad company, organized
under this act, throujli unoccupied public
lands or tho United States In any suto to
tho extent of 100 feet In width on onch
Ido of tht center of luch railroad, with
authority to tnko from suih public lands
tho matorini lor tnu construction ana
malntonanco of tho road and ground for
station building;, depots and shop, not to
nicced -10 acres for onch ton miles of road.
Agreod to.
.Mr. Hnyard moved to strlko out section
14 of tho'blll, which authorises nny cor
poration, orcanlzod undor this act to ac
quire by purehahoorgil't, nny lanJsin tho
vicinity of ttioir roau or tnrougn wnicu
tho saiiio may pass, and convoy tho eamo
In such mannor as tho directors may pro
scribe. Agreed to.
Mr. Pratt rrlovod to amend sootlon 8 f
the bill so B to grant ton acres of public
lands in territories for station buildings
and shops for ovory ten miles of road, in
stead of '10 iicro?, as proposoJ by tho com
mlttoo. Agreed to.
Jlr. Clayton movod an amondmont re
quiring ovory road organized undor tho
act to maintain nt some point on tho linn
of its road'an olllco whoro booka should
bo kept and open at all timos to inspec
tion. Agreed to.
Mr. Hogon movod to amond tho first
section so as to provldo that tlio provisions
of tlio bill shall not apply to tho District
of Columbia. Agrood to.
-Mr. Jluckingham movod nn amend
mont forbidding tha construction of any
road ncross an Indian rciorvation.
Sir. Sargont movod a substituto lliorofor
so as to provldo that road should not
cross an Indian reservation 'without tho
written consent of tho socrotary of tlio
interior. Ponding dlicusslon tho sonnto
wont Into oxectuivo session and soon after
adjourned.
HOUSK.
Tho bill reported yosterday by Wood
ford to ptovnnt olllciirs of tho rnitod
States ollicers army from roecivltig. or bo
ing paid nny inonny boyond their llxod
salaries, cninn up and was dliciiHod.
Mr. AVoodfojil explaining and advocat
ing tho bill, and Dawes and llutlor of
.Maiiachusctts opposing It ni not boing
culllclontly matured. Tho lattor i.l hid
ing to tho criticism on tlio display of ro
uubllcan olliclals r.nd contrnUing tho
modesty of tho pros.mt day with osouta
tout display of Oeorgn Winhlui'loii. who
novor truvolled a rod without uiakilii; ii
requisition on thu quartormastor's depart
inenl for six tioito iml n coaoh for him
self nnd four horses and n coach f-tr his
secretary. In courso of debate -Mr. Mcr
rlnn, who Introduced tho bill originally,
stated that on tho morning after doing
aou government ollicor iroonlol him
self on thu floor and in nvery oxoltod man
ner approa' he l him, saying: litis bill will
ruin inn. Ittakos away tho carritigo that
1 uju and It Is Imposslblu for mo to get
muni; wuiioui ii. jfo sam it was very
... .mi, i. ,vni uri
hard ou him and eonochillv on i.N wir 1
i, i i. , . ,. i
...... ,.u .w uu iitiji'uiiuiiA 10 nor nuing
when hn did lint WMit thn rurrliuw l.lm
self. Ho. ilorrlon.told him that tho re
publican iarty could not atlord longer to
carry tbn wives or republican ofHceM.
After further debate, Woudf.ird admit
ting that thoro wtro "tiio practical ob
lecllir.s to tho bill in Its present shnpn,
n movwl to refer it to tho coin mlttoo on
ways knd tnoJm, thoiilll so rnfcrrnd was
r.j.jctcJ yeas 150, nis t,0. Tho houso
resume 1 tlio conilderatlon of tho currencv
bill.
i. IS. lloiroppjj"! tht bill, and Con
ger difcusFed tho quetiaii as k coullict
between pital and labor, betwoen wealth
and poverty, betweon h fow thousand
favorites of fortuno. and millions offons
of toll.
CRIME.
LARGE REWARD FOR THE AUSTIN
STAGE ROBBERS.
Horrible Tripplc Murder
at Orange, Texas.
The Murderer taken from
Oilicer and Shot.
an
MURDER OF AN OLD MAN AND
WOMAN IN PUTNAM
COUNTY, OHIO.
HCJUiKIt OK AV OU) MAN ANI W.iM.VN.
To I. e in, O., April 0 A special from
Ottawa, Putnam county, Ohio, says a hor
rible double murder was committed in the
western part of tho county last night, A
man named John Goodwin, rnurlered
an aged man and his wife, named Hav
wood. Thu murduror obtained about two
hundred dollars in money. There is great
oxcltcmcnt, and It was with great dilll
culty that tho murduror win proventod
from being lynched.
THE AUSTIN hTAOE HOIllir.'.?.
CiAt.rKSTON, April 0 evfii tl,v.uian.l
dollnra i otrdred for tho arrest of tho
Austin ttago robbers.
!I;l:Kim.K TUtrrLB lIDUIiKl: IK TKXA.
Turner Ardazol, Italian captsin or tho
(loop Now Louisiana, entered tho rosi-
denco or Mr. .lett, threo mill's rmm Or
ange, Toxi.", during Jett's benco, and
murdered Mm, .lott nnd two children. A
duughter nearly grown made lift csrapu
and gave the alarm. When .Mr. Lyons
and other citizen nrrivod tbev found Ar-
dazol endeavoring to burn tho bo lie.. Hu
wai imtni Jiately arreiteil.
LATKP..
List iillil soon after tho shorill'entored
the Jail to give tho prisoner his tuppor a
crowd of men rushed in, took out tho
murderur of Mrs .lett and family and
litteiiilly riddled him with bullets.
M'icii:.
Cur Alio, April !. Last night J. II.
Pnincr, rooding at No. 731 Wabash avo
nue, came down town and took a room at
tho Hrevoort houto. About II o'clock to
day n pUtol hot was heard in his room
and on entering ho was found dead, hav
ing bot hiinielf through tho head. His
friends say that for tomo days past ho 1ms
bowed signs of mentnl aberration-
THE HKNIJKUS.
Salt Lakk, April An old man sup
posed to bo llender, was arrested in the
southern portion of thU territory fomo
weeks ago, arriv, 1 herH lat night and is
now in Jill. Some par ties here claim to
havo known him and identify him as
Uondor of Kansas. A young man sup
posed to bo his son i also in custody at
Salt Crook, and will also bo brought to
this pluco.
COCIv FKrHTING.
Oiii' .uio, April 9 Tho cocking main
which commenced yestorday between rep
resentative birds from Chicago and Louis
villo camo tonnend to-dny aftor tho ter
mination of tho 0th and 10th bcttles, both
of which were won by Louisville, whon it
was discovered that tho Chisago chickens
had been tamporod with and woro too
sick to light, standing with gaping mcuth
anil nulled feathors, scar:oly nblo to raise
a Bll". After n good doal of noisy dis
cussion tho referee decided tho' main n
draw and nil bolts oil'. Tho opinion was
frooly oxprossod by outilders that tho Chi
cago nhiekons woro doctored by thoir own
ers, Thn filVair was throughout thoroughly
disreputable in ovory rospoot.
CuitAao, April 0. During tho galo
yosterday, n boat containing nino flsher
ineii, who worn sotting solnos in tho lako
about 1C miles south at this city, was cap
sized and sovou of tha men drowned,
NEW YORK.
NkwYohk, April 0. Tho largo sales or
Now York Contral nnd Hudson river rail
road stock attract attention. Ono brokor
having sold yestorday and to-day 15,000
sharoe. ISumors say an Kngllnh party Is
co-opornting with express companies In
this country.
Tho oxpross coinpnnios' interest in this
country nro manipulating tho market to
take tho road away from Vanderbllt On
tho St. Louis and Iron Mountain brnko
to-day, on a very small sale, slocks fell
froin'lo to 37.
INDIANS.
Gai.vkxTos, April 0. A Nowj special
to tho San Anton of tho Oth, says on tho
20th, near Klckapoo bprlngs a party of
16 Indians attacked a herd of 2,000 cattle
and 70 horsos about -00 yards from tho
station. Tlioy succcodod in atampedlngtho
cuttlit. Tho hnrius woro secured in tho
coirol when tho Indians attacked tlio
herds Hllghtly wounding two of thorn,
t
KIEL. '
Ottawa, April 0. Tho oxci-omont
concerning Kiel hts somowlmt subsided.
It is now believed that ho will tftko his
sent nnd subject hlnuolf to belnr oxpollcd
from tho house. Whether ln willsurrnn.
dor hlmstll'to tho (lilleem of liutlco is still
a doubtful qucaiion
CAIRO, FRIDAY. APRIL 10. 1871.
FINANCIAL.
Money oiny 4( It Sterling dull 4 KS
i for CO dyr, I 8H sight. Customs recoipts
350 000. Oold cloiol 1 11 J Carrying
1 rates 3fijl. 'J're.isury d'uburnemont 20,
i 0C0. Clearings a",0oO,00O. Oovornmcnt
bonds steady, statu quiet and nominal.
' Slocks illcllned lifter midday from to 1 j
pur coiit. A decided featuro of tho aftor-
noon transactions was a fbarp docllmi In
... I , -. ..." .
''' f'J Iron Mounlsln Irom 45 to 3
clo'lnt' at 30.
closing at 30.
MAJlK:TKEr0U1
ST. LOUIS.
Sr. Lori, April o.
FLOUlS-(io9d demand for X and X.,
supply or which Is light and held higher,
othnr grades unchanged.
"""in .Tlrm; io m spring j Z1M
1 1 25; No 3 rid fall 1 a.ifel 88; No '
1 Bl IP.
COISN Noli inixiNl i.lfGl off. re 1
April; CtJ no bid, 01 cuh bid ror vellow.
OATS Heavy; No 2 mixed IOJ'iijOo.
POItlv Opened llrm, clool weak;
standard 17 00; dry etlt mdatl quiet;
shoulders, 0oj; clear rib, frJiyfU ; cloai,
HACON Activo nnd firm ; shoulders
clear rib OlQn-, clear i'i'.i
clear rib nnd clear sides sollor last half
April 0J(j!'J
LAlSU-tuiet and unchanged, prime
team 0 do.
WHISKY 0.jict at 02.
IIOO.S-Quict, 4 70(35 40.
CATTLE Uiifottle.1 and weak, fi.ir to
cholco nativo steers, 4 '.iCQi'i afi; cows and
heifers 3 0000 00; Texan 11 00j 00.
NKW OlSLKANH.
Nr.w Ori.kv.nn, April 0.
OATS Dull nnd lower at r,l(j,r-'.
SrOAlt Good demend: fair 7j;primn,
c.
.MOLAKdES Scare;; fair; others un
changed. COTTON Demand stockod; sli
'J,0S0; prtees easier without quotablo vari
ations. Kcceipts, 817: exports continent,
1,838; stock, 21 1,777; unsold 110.C00.
GOLD-ini.
CHICAGO.
Chicago, April '.
KLOL'K tiuiot and unchanged.
WHEAT ipilet and weak; No.
1 spring lt!8; No. 2 12U; regular cal
toller April 1 13. toller May 1 7C.
COISN Pirin; No. 2 mixed, So; casli
April 05; bid .May now No. 2 O0j,fiJ0J;
OATS Dull but luclnnged, No. 2
C2; April OCj.
POItJv Unsettled, irregular and low
or, cash nomanly nt 1U; May closed l.j 0o.
MKM PHIS.
Mkmi'iiin, April 0.
PLOUIl Dull but unchanged.
COISN MKAL Activituta So
COISN Dull nnd drooping, 80oM.
OATS Dull and drooping tib(a,i;i.
H15AN Scarce and firm hold tit 23.
POlSlv The demand Is fair and ad
vanced 17.t(J)l!;'.
LA 1SD Virm atOi, 101.
HACON Strong, shoulders
iides S; bid unfavorable. Thu
checks out door trade
wealltiir
RIVER NEWS.
I'url S.lhli
ARItlVAr.S
and departure for tlio 21 hntirs endlns at C
p. m. hut evening :
Steamer Graroy, Columbus
" Pisk, Paducab
" Thompson Dean, New Orleans
" Commonwealth, St. Louis
" Cbn'. 11. Church, Cincinnati
' Chr.. llrown, St. Louis
" Sto. Genevieve, St. Louis
" Sam ISobcrU, Ohio river
" Grand Towor, St. Louis
DEl'Ar.TKII.
Steamer I" P Gracy, Columbus
" .las. I'iik, Pnducah.
" Stn. Gonuvlove, St. Louis
" Sam Ilobortf, St. Louis
" Thompson Doan, Cincinnati
" C. II. Church, Now Orleans
Tlir. ISivkks. Yesterday wi? boyond
question tho most disugrooabln day wit
nessed in "thctsrj parts" in mnny doy
It rained hard no.irly nil tho ;nlght pre
vious, and at about soven o'clock yester
day morning, snow, sleet and rain com
bined to uuko matters as bid as possible.
A still' wind pruvallod no.rly nil day long,
and altogether wind, snow, sleet and
ratnr inado it almost Impossible to
transact out door business. Toward even
ing it clcrod off, and much four was ox-
pressed that it would froeze, in which
enso tho fruit crop ot this section would
sutler groat Injury. ' Tho Ohio rivor rose
twolvo inches yestorday, and taking tho
Into rains into account wo may cxpoct to
sco a big rivor within tho next fnw days.
Tim Mississippi is falling". IMsinoss was
dull.
Tho Pitducah 'Kontuckiau' of AVcdnef
morning says :
Captain AV. L. Orowl is a rising nmn.
Only two years ago ho startod on tho
rivor as a second clerk, from that ho was
promoted to tho position of first clerk on
tho steamer .1 sines Flsk, Jr., Mid on
yestorday morning ho took commond of
her, now holdlng'tho position of captain
and llrst clerk. Wo congratnlnto Capt,
Orowl oo his promotion and alro tho
owners of tho Fisk in baing nblo to soeiiro
the sorvlcos of so clevor nnd ulllciont a
gentlomon as Capt. Orowl.
During tlio storm yesterday morning
tho Sam ltoborts nttompted to mubo n
lauding in tho bond abovo tho city and
wns blown Bgnlnst a hargo of Iron oro with
such forco as to crush In its fddc, whon
tho waves dashed ovor nud sunk It, lit tho
mean time tho wavos swuiupod and sunk
nnotlior bargo nonr by. lloth woro model
barges belonging to tho Pomoroy Suit
Transportation company nnd togulher
contained f"C tons of iron oro.
Tho wind also swamiiod and sunk two
"Diamond" Imrgos containing 2'.000 bush
els Pittsburg coal belonging lo dipt.
Lovtory of tho it. A. lUbbaijn. Thu bargr-s
wero part cf w ow of 7 imrgos brought
from I.ouUvlllii by tho Hablmgo threu
days Uo, and wero deatituvl to Dubuqun
whoro tbn fa now taking tho other live.
Tho snow slorm di I not exlml u' 5vc
OFFICIAL PAPER
Co'iimerco on thn Mis'icslppl river above j
,1.!. ..!l.. I... . I. . . I ..... .. Ii , .. I
mm wiv, uuv unr Kii'iwn 'irnijni IV UMI 1101
reach to along tho Oli'm. Th. Kvansvill
packet did not get inyosturday on m i-j'irt
o:' dolontlon by tho storm.
Tho towboat Cliat. Hrown e,bir In
computed tlx rutin I trip to fat. I,oun in
twenty days, taking up 280,000 buthe i f
coal and bringing bu-k 2rt,000 tons ir .n
oro. She left fur I.ouIjvIIIo yestorday.
l''rm nppoarnricos tho Cairo Oily C nI
Company nro clfcrlng inducetin'iits to
toamtrs to ti.ka Cml at this city. Tho
John Kllgeur and Thompson Duan each
lock l!,000 bushels if Piltiburg coal on
tbulr last Up IripK.
Tha Thompson Dean tnado thu run from
New Orleans to this port in fuur diys nnd
two boiiri Including nil stoppages. She
lest six hours by storms, and madonll
bu i in c( landings. .Shu has n big trip of
pooplo and 200 tons of freight.
The Sam ltuborM took u bargo uf salt
and nn omply bargo to St. Lsuls yctlor
torday. Tho Cjuinuinweulth iiddod probtbly
!!00 tons mul cluarwl for New Orleans,
dplv laden.
TKLEGiSAPHIC iSlVEIS NEWS.
PtTTMiuim, April . Monongheln 8
ft 10 lnhes and riaing. AVoallier, rain
ing and sleutiiig; both rivers rising ilowly
above.
Namivim.c, April 0. lliver riing
rapidly, 35 f.;ot 8 Inchoi on tho shoals.
Dsparted II H Cooky (ur Paducah. No
arrivnli. Wentber cloudy and raining.
Cincin.'Iati, April 0. It'tvor l!U root
nml rising; snow tins boon falling all tht
afternoon. Arrived Andes, AVhnolIng;
Arlington, Memphis. Departed Jas
D Pnrkor, Memphis; Nkk I.ongworth,
Nov Orleans.
KvANvn.I.K, April 0. It has bcon
smiwiiig hard since S o'cIock this morning
with tlio morcury 10 to CI. lliver lallen
;i inches. Down Mary Anient, ISoeorf,
Hiperanza, l'red AVilson, .Morning Star
Ui Idlowild, ltoborts and Doan. Hul
nogo.)d. 0 or 7 Inches of snow fallen
and melting fast,
M KMr-im, April 0. Absut ll o'clccl;
this forenoon a snow storm not In ami con
tinued for two hours, astonishing tho old
fit Inhabitant ol th's latitude. i'ho
weather Is cool and clearing to-night,
lliver loll !( inehe. Departed Andy
Ilaum, Cincinnati; l'uturo City and Chef.
Ur, St. I.ouii.
liuisvn.t.i:, April '.. lliver rising
slowly with 9 foot lochiM In tho canal
and 7 foot 3 Inches In tho cbnto on tho
falls; business dull; weather clmdy and
cool. Jtoats up John Kilguur; tho D.nn
will ascend tho falls to-morrow morning;
thu Ltnne's will patch her bollor an I pro
ceed to Pittsburg with her low. Down
Charmer nud Lawrence. Tho Kilgour
leave to-morrow for Now Orleans.
Nkw Oitt.KASs, April 0. Arrived
.Mollio Muoroiini City ot Alton, St.
Luuin. Departed .Inines Howard, St.
I.oniH. Tho vonther is clear nml cold,
lliver ib-clined - inches novr flush with
thu high water mark of I ST 1 , Tha breaks
In tho levco beb-w Carrolltun is closed.
Tho low places within tho city limits are
tilled up, and tho woak points strengthen
ed, Tho dispelling apprehondons of an
overflow. Two tcriou bronks in the
levoa orcurnl last nibt, ono at llohemla
plantktion Tour miloj below I'lnrjueriiiin.
Courtbotlfn, tho thnr was bilnw Vcrbos'
plantation twenty-flvo miles below tho
city, both on tho left bank of tlio
rivor. A b:ca' was ropurled Ibis morn
ing sixty root wide and fivo foot deep at
Stockhouio plantation, on llin rUbt lianU
about 15 miles below tho citv. It is un
derstood that Bti-ps havo i.ocn taken for
tho closing or all abovo mentioned breaks.
EN W ADV23RTIS KMENTS
i
Mil I S
M M
33 a
B B
G Cloiliine; C3
H H
1'" Oi.li r in lb.- I. .Hi -I
A " ' A
FAUABLE STYLES
T T
AT
p.. :Uern Tri:::. j-tn
A - A
.Washington Avo
L Xi
Ni.il- l.'c.lilh M. T
BEMIS, ER.O. &, CO.
BAG MANUFACTURERS
-aoi'.ntk i-'cn:
110MK rOTTON tMILI,
I',il Ohio lirver
Cilnv 111
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
3ST b "w"
Eaowcst Prices in the City
AT
C in. r of Ninth street ami Comtucrcial avenue, whoro may lo found tlio
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST
STOUK OF
0RES-S aooDS- m cairo.
Poplin-. IKjp .mil-, C'a liiiicrc, ami Spring Dross Goods, all sold ot pricei
which
BE5FY COIVIPETITIOM.
White f i.Hnh, Kmhrtdcric-, Neck Tics, (ilovcs, UulT, and Notions mads a
Speciality.
A FULL LINE OF
ladies' and Children's Shos.
I'ttrircr keeps right tip with the time,
ate new, elegant and .stylish, and cordially invitoi tho pooplo of Cairo to giro
him a call ami uxatnitio hu tlodc.
Phil. H. Saup,
REMOVED w
NFECTIONERY
TO
Washington Ave. CJor. 8th Strsot.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Tiii.i is tlio only place in the C'ily where there is a General Assortment of
nioricaii ami Kroneli ( 'audio?. All I a.-k is to call and cxaniino them for
Oltlsclf.
14.W12-1-3IU.
co.w.iiifi'.io'v .11 i:itrii..vri.
PETER CUHL,
i.i i.t -i 1:
PLOUE MERCHANT,
MI LIjEKS' A(.J KiNT,
TO'o. UO Oliio Xiovoo;
(JA1UO, Utl.S.
.. 1 1. M-ilhl.
1:. c riii
(ViATH.USS &, UHL,
r.inv.iv.liu,' .'v (ii'iii i iil
Qommission Merchants,
HiMlrl-. ill
FLOU1!, CHAIN, IIAV AND
WKSTKU.V I'ltODrCK.
Ohio .i;i:i:,
(.'a mo', I r.i.s.
C. CLOSE,
)i:i:i:i:ai.
Com mission Is Lercl mill;
Allil IV'.lh'l' ill
Lime, Cement, Piaster, Hair, ka.
OHIO LEVEE.
LtTI will m-II in rai- hiail lots nt niamifiic-
tin t-t'H priri"-, iiihllnx li'i'lsjlit.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
roiiWAitiuxo
Commission i Eorchan t
W 1 1 a in: a oat P i to i' it i i:ro it .
Propropnred to Ibrward all kinds of
Freight lo all points.
j;THliiliie'. iiltrinU'il to iiiniuiilly.
JOHN B. PHILLIS &. SON,
(SiifiMKir lo .Itiliu It, PMlIu,)
General Ooniniission
FOHWAIUIING MERCHANTSj
DealeiN in
HAY, CO UN,
OATS, FIiOUU,
MM Ah, DUAN.&c.
AgciiU Tov Ull'm h Hand PowJer Couifany
'OV. IT NTH -T..V OU10l.l" IT,
-.sr
On.vnrtAi, Co.MJnsaio.v Merchant,
Ohio Levco, Cafro.
GOODS!
i
and olTow no gooda but those which
I'U.nMINNISSN MERCHANTS.
MILLER & PARKER,
General Oommission
AS IV-
FORWARDING MERCHANS,
Dealer In
I'LOUH, UOltN, OATS, IIAV, &c.
Afientrt for Fairhank'.s Scales.
OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
V. StraltiHi.
T. UlrJ.
STRATTON &, BIRD,
AVliolcsalo Grocers,
-.txn-
Commission Merchants,
Agents American Powder Company,
a? on jo t.j:vj:k, caixo.
. II. 'I'hlxtleivouil.
1. J. Thlntlewood
THISTLEWOOD&CO.
iii:xiii:.r,
Commisssion Merchants,
Doalcr? In
Flour, Corn, lYis, Uny, Ac,
No. TS OHIO U:VKE,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
ATTENTION RAO DEALERS.
tiii:
SrlNfilNO PAPER STOCK CO,,
11 1 Chosliuit Street,
NT. I.Ol'IH. M4.
PAY Till: HUiHEST CASH rKICS,
7 cts. por lh for Soft 'NYoolon.
a etc. pur lu for Wool CarptL
1 :i-1 cts. por lb for W)ol JlltnktU.
tl l-l cts. por lh for OU Cloth.
lAILOltS' CLIPPINGS
;V SPECIALITY.
"Want Cotton
Wmlo 1'npor.
lli;9
Old Hook and
156 3-21-3W,
C. H. WHEELER,
nr.Ai.KU is
WOOD AND GOAL
OKNCi: ANT) YA!tI,
lOlli SI. bat. Washington 4 ComBwrcitl Aft.
A.urx ..upplr.of, rV
III
luuid. Stora
"V.V.i 1., u.i tn iintrr. nr iw
. tllJ ifUAM OD X. MMM.M
NEW STORE

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