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LLINOI3 CENTRAL HA." KOAD.
T1UIN8 tlAVK Cat J
(all at 2:!W A.m., Ihtiy
txnressa 3:00 n.m "
"night a 4:00 a.m.,,. .except Sunday
yreigniai iiuki n.m
r rilgut tii,- i:w p.m.,. .
1 AHRIVK AT L'AlltU.
tall at '2:1ft a.tn Dally
iipress at 'JsOo p.m.,... .except fiunday
relgbtat u:io a.in except .Mouuay
'ralffht at 7:10 p m., except Huudajr
riignt at io.i p.m
1M !M7-tf. .Tamkh Johnson, Agent
ilK CAIRO AND VINUKNNK8
tiHAMbK or riai:.
On and alter .Similar, February S3,
aloii will run as follows :
r (lOINd NOIlTM.
lro, leave r:(MA.M. f:0r.
oimu uity, U'a r:! :a:
leims, It-ac ' H;Tl
arrlsburi;, leaw H:Hl " 11:4.1
orrli City. Icae It:,", " 1:31
Mill, arrive !:M) ia
irinl, liac 1(1:0(1 " 4:4.,
rayl)lo, lraw li):lo ' t,M
iilliit Curmcl, lr:ivc..,.llr'.,'2 " 7:OS
luri-mirs, Ipkvu 13:'A" I'.M. !l:-2l
M.. Junction, arrlve.l2::tr "
.l.M..IUII(illl. Ir.-lU'.. 7:1ft A.M.
lucrum.", liae 7rA" " 7:00
omit Cnrmi l, leave. ... H:T.'I ji.-tio
mil in., i imm i4 r
finnl, urriw 1(I:U " 11:.S0
iimil, l.vc 10:lo " r,:ift
turrit City, leaw; I0;4 7:1
Stirrl-burgh, leave 11:4.1 " Iclil
h in In.l'.. 1.17 U 14.1
oilliilClty, leaB " :i:l "
lim. nrrlic :i:(K " "
MOUND CITY At'COUMOt'ATlOSr.
lave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and 6:l.i p.m
save Mound City at 13:35 p.m. ami il:lu p.m.
I'relpht train Hop over iilvrlit at Tamil;
n Irom then' ni mixed train, i-alnir at
ITi a.m.; IcaOiix Vlniiniii". at 7 p.m. tlir
mi' c cuing fur return trip.
At Cairo with tli MI"ilppl vntral,
iWlo ani Ohio, for all point' Mint; (aim,
kmioaa ami To.s, Tor all point in Arkau-
At Ylncennes: IndlanapolUand Vlnconncs
1 1 way tor Indianapolis and all point north,
t ami went; with Kvantt lllc and Craw
'divllle railway for Kvanstllle.Terra Haute,
tnvllle, Cblrago and all point mirth, rat
l Went; Willi Ohio and Mll-lppl rail
ly for ML Louts, l-oiilsvlllu, Cincinnati and
point cast and west.
At NorrU City crovln;; the f-'prlugilcld
tl llliioln Soiitficahtcru railway.
r Ji. W. 1-ai.mkh, Oon'l Hup't.
K. 1. Wilson, Uon'l l'aisonijor, Act.
A1IIU, AlUVAiNHAS AXU Tr.AAo
AN1J UA1HU AiNU Villi
The shortest and only direct routo from
ilro to Jaokaonport, Little ItocV, Hot
irlngi, Fulton, and alt point In Arkansas
id the South weft, and Galveston, Houston,
allaa, Auitln and all jtolntit In Texan
WKLVE HOUI18 IN ADVANCK OK
NV OTUEU rtOUTK.
Through tlckeU, through blllx of lading,
id Information aa to freight rato, pav
ngar tare, connection!, etc., can he ob
Ined at tho company'! IHce In Winter"!
ock, corner of Seventh itreel and Com
llacki will call at private 'retldence! and
(tela for pameugen, when order! are left
Elegant l'ullman palace Bleeping car on
1 nlKbt tralni.
Train run dUy, (Kundavt excentcillfrom
Cairo OlUce a.i follow! :
eavedrecnUeld'!. MM a m and!'.)0 a.m.
ralve at(ireentleld' 0:17 a m anda:IW p.m.
KXTKKHS HUNS HAI1.V
eavei reentlcld' :i0p. m,
rrlve at Greenfield'! 1:10 p.m.
1). AXTal.U Chief Engineer.
WILLIAM J. AUjEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
i ttnocdr Klrat National bank. M-3m
8AMUKL 1. WHKKLKlt,
.ilTOltNEY k COUNSELOR AT M
Offlce oar Klrat National bank. H-163ra
ohn U.Mulkey. Wlllam C. Mulkoy
m i n n. em m i .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Offlce: Klghtii itraet, botween Comma r
ilal and Walilngton avenue!.
UKKKN A G1LUKHT,
CUUMHXL01U5 AT LAW,
!!Sg:&,l OilKO, HXINOIU.
Milaa r. Ollberl, J
arttpveul atUntton glen to Adinlialtr tad
rrto oBiox.vM,Boowa T and Nnvaa
V1LL1AAI R. SMITH, M. D.
fiKHlDKKOE .N'o. , Thlrti entli flrect,
i,...ui.n Wnihlii.'tnii uvnunu and Walnut
areet. Oltlco 12(1 commercial avenuo, up
O.W. DUNNING, iM. .
I JIESIUKNCE corner Nlnlh and Walnut
.1 . . kll1..n Ulvllt ulr.11.1 Mllll
3irerM. kjuikv vuiiivi iiihi bi.u ....
Oblolovco. Olllco hours IromU a. in., to
H andfl p. in
A. J.110J-; M.D.
Oflleo over Thorns & llro'n. grocery atni
No. lilt Commercial avenue, l ornef Klglilk
(treet. Iteiildenco corner WahliiKton atv
lie and Fourteenth Htreet.
DR. W. ULAUW
iuden lllrck (up Kalrf )'rf.ntr fit) tftro
and Washington Ave rule.
DR. M. HOWARD,
PHYSICIAN & SUGflON.
f';KICI-SUItNKU COMJIKUCIAL AV.
AND SIXTH HTItBBT.
V4U)ENCE Sevenrli street, between
""unulngtou Av. and Walnut Street.
JOHN 11. OBERLY EDITOR:
TBLEOR a phi c
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin. '
The Fanborn Case Still before
the Ways and Means
MOFIE CONTRACTS AND MORE i
TUB flANIIOKN CAMU.
Wabiiinotum, April 10. In tho San.
born imiulry to-day ,1. Madne. chief of
peclal blunts In tho traatury department
itatod tbatUatiborn'i connection with tho
treaiury dtpartment wai ni a iperial
aL'ent, In the employ of Adam'i Eiprmi
company, to detect caioi of imuijllng
that wiiro comtantly uolr.t; on between
Cnnada and I!otOii. Mntlge admitted
that ho had allowed $2,000 to bo paid to
Wallitt .Martin, a whiiicy detective who
vu lormerly In thu employ ol ban
born, but who wai now unable
to tatiify tho committee of the Inallty of
paying out of tho cuitorn'i fund the ex-
pcuiei or private contractor or to oniruce
for bii own benefit in detuctini; tbofmud I
in tho inturnal revenue. Hi. only expla
nation of it whi that ho did not know
until December Ut that Hanborn had any
luch contract Tho witneM lind ap
pointed a ipocial aent, A. (1. Kay of i
New York, mentioned in thu cniu of dn- I
born't attorney or ai .Sanborn t friend, and
bail allowed hi oxpenea to amount of
about $3,000. lie utated that Bonn) iMU,
000 had been recovored to the
trevuiry through information derived
trom ('ay, and that theru wuru tuiU pend
ing lor tome tBOU.OUO, principally
on account of undor valuation of import.
IId admitted that hanborn bad an Inter-
eft in there rairt in tho thape ofmoietlci, i
which leemod to eive now revelation to ,
tho committee, llodlio admitted that thu
bluo book which i iuppoto.1 to contain a I
Hit of covernmont employee! did not con- I
tain one of yy, becaaua l-"ay did not want I
it known that ho wai ciiKtccd in this ie- I
Tho covernmen'. in liavini: preiiirl a
medial to com memoriae tho lato l'rofeuor
At;ani. an.l hi demotion to and achieve
ment! In fcionco.
Tho Imuio iudiciarv committoo to-day
beard Diitrict Attornoy C'orrv. of .SU,
flnncrn.. whlrh .httll i1va thn ITnitArl
.State court in Utah propor and (inclusive
jurinliction over criminal otlemei and to
provme tor tno nipprcinon ot poiiyimy.
"Hi'iinil Train UoIiIioin nt.
Work In ev ioi k.
Execution of the Murderer
Lowenstein at Albany,
TRAGEDY AT LEBANON, TENN.
Omaha, Neb., April 10. A terrible af
fair hai juit como to light. It appear! that
on .March 3utu, the wile oi a settlor named
J. W. llurnham, died and wai burriod be
fore daylight too next morning. A few
days alterward otio ot tno children said,
"mother is dead " As sho bad not been
sick, suspicion was aroused, and tho coro
ner and suoriu oxnumou tno uoay, which
was found in a bad conditlod. No natural
reason could bo foud for her doath. llurn
ham and son have beon arretted and will
bo held until uftor thu examination of the
TRAIN' no 1111 KIH.
Ni:w Yoiik, April 10. Tho Kvonlng
Post eavs: The train that left Vandorbilt
landing, Htaten Island, at 7 o'clock last
night, was stopped about two milos out
by a oanu oi itaiiani who lore up tno
track. No particulars of tho outrage have
boon received savo that tho robbers so-
curod tho cdh box on tlio trains but they
worn soon alter arrested and are now
Amiany, April 10. Lowenstino was
oxecuted at '2:l'i this afternoon for tho
murder of a ono armed peddler last fall
Ho maintained his Innocence to tho very
Nkw Yohk, April 10, Julius l'roors.
who was convicted of receiving stolen
goods, was to-day sentenced to sovon years
In tho utato prison upon tho tint charge,
and throo years upon each of llftoon other
charges, making it total of llfty-throo
Outir. Nsiiuno, N. V,, April 10. Altnon
uul Theron Karnswortli and Ilalioy
Mmithon huve been tried for tho murder
of Amos Kurnsworth in 1871!, and aciiut
ted under the instruction of Judgu Uscar
llrown of Herman, whero tho murder was
'Namiivii.i.i:, April 10. A tragedy occur-.
red at l,eUanon. Tennessee, at onuo clooic
yesterday morning. .1, K. Itreukcnridge,
ii studont at law school, and son of thu
lato Dr. Itobort .1. Itreckinridgo, of Ken
tucky, was shot itnd mortally wounded by
John L. Anderson, son of Dr. J. M. An
derson, mayor of Lobanon, Tho dill!
rultv originated from somo trivial matter,
Anderson's connections are us prominent
in Tennessee as tlioso of tho unfortunate
victim from Kontucky. flreckonridgn
survived but a fow hours. It Is roported
thai Andorsou mndo his escape.
CiiKiAfio, April 10. H. R. Myors, at
ono timo managor bf tlio Pacific and At
lantic tolograpli olllce in this city and
moro recently employod aB operator in
tho West Union otllco berc, wai found
doad'ln his bed at tho Uontral Hotel this
morning, He was lying on his back with
bii hands folded on his breast, and wan at
ilrst supposed to bavo diod a natural death,
but on moving the body It wai discovered
that be Lad shot birasolf In the back of
the bead, the ball entering bii brain.
Domestic trouble! are supposed to bavo
cauiod the suicide,
ACCIDENT ON THE CAIRO
AND FULTON R. R.
Louisville, April 10. Tho tteamor
Taraioon ran into a nielli' contain two
poron lait nlibt a fow mild below the
city capiUltic thu boat and drowning a
man named Hunry Uudion of Now York
Hit companion niado a narrow uicapa.
Ui.KVRI.ami. April 10 About 8 i!0
laitevonin, tho Cincinnati oiprwi train,
ran Into tho ruar of a frolght train at'
Urafton, Ohio. The online, aiKKhijo and
uxpreit cariaof tho paiioner train, and
leverai can oi tne irenjhl train worocj;
iiderabl v dhinaL'nil. iln. lllond. nfi'll
ion. Ohio, wild in ttin fulinni. f,f.lia
freijjlit train wai seriously injuroil. No
Littlk Kock, April 10. A ipocial to
tlio (ia.otto from llouyblon ttatlnn, 02
miles touth oi nero on tbu Cairo and Ful
ton railroad, taya that tho paienier train
which left heru at two o'clock thit morn
ing, about 4 mile north of that placo on
the Llttlo -Mlnouri river bottom, mot
with a icrloiu necident, by a piece of trui
tlo work giving way, tho engine and bag
gago car wero wreckod, and thu unginoer,
Frank Johnson wai It illod. The bat;RAi
car turned over Into tho water, and con
iiderablu expren matter wai lost, tho
water currying them away, thore being a
wift current. Tho expfeii menengnr
met with a narrow eicapn, beinc in tho
baggagu car when it reuched tho water,
hut was finally reicucd.
Witnesses in the Tlchhorn
Ilisinurek Not lo be Sup
planted. London, April 10. Sir John Ilerslako
has resigned tbo Attorney OeneraUbip in
consiquence ol Illoecs. hlr Kichard llig
galry succeeds him.
Uapt. llrown witness (or claimant in
the Tichborn trial, has been found guilty
of perjury. He and I.uil wero then sen
tenced to five and seven years puna! servi
Heklis, April 10. There is no founda
tion for tbo report telegraphed hence of
conservative and ultra rnontana intrigue
to supplant liismark by General .Mon
The Massachusetts Senatorship.
1!oton, April 10. ins I.,.,, ....... ...
United .Status senator was taken to-day,
which was as follows: Whole number of
votes 'JOS. Necessary to choice 1115.
Dawes rucuivod 87, Hoar CO, Curtis 72,
Adams 13, Washburn 4, Whittier 1, San
for 7, lianla 8, Ilullock 7. Dispatches
from Washington yesterday urging the
friccds of Hoar to stick, and saying that
Dawes would withdraw aro pronounced
The '.10th ballot wa; as follows: Whole
numbor of votes 2C9. Necessary to choico
13j. Dawos received 83, Hoar CO, Curtis
72, Adams 13, Ilullock 12, .Sanford 7,
Washburn -I, Itanks a, Whittier 1, Hoar,
Kuben, Noble and Mrs.'Mary A. Liver
more, each recoivod onu votu. Discus
Nfcw Oblkaxi, April 10. Crevasses
are reported at the following plantations
below tho city in addition to those
roportod yesterday: Max Martin's, Casi
mer Doplesso's, 1'iorro Collntte's, J Gray's,
Kttionno's, St Charles, Francois Corner's
and Tropaynlor's, 'our of thorn aro ro-
forted very sorious hi tho crovassos aro
00 feot wldo and tho wator very deep
having rison one inch during tho last 24
hours. The wator is reported running
over tlm leveo at many points bolow the
city. Weathor cloar and cool.
Tho monument to tho confederato doad,
orectod in Greenwood cemetery by tho
Ladies' Ilenovolent association, was un
veilod this evening with nnpropriato cer
emonies in prcsonco of largo tissombly.
Nkw Yoiik, April 10. Troasury dii.
hursments 27,000. Customs receipts 111,
000. Money took a Hurry this forenoon
and advanced to 7 per cont. on call, but
clnsod nt 2(p i. Sterling qutad at 4 85 tor
sixty days; 4 88 sight. Gold ranged 13J
and closed at 13 J. Carrying rates,
closed at '2, Clearings 27,000,000.
Stato bonds (mlot and nominal. Govorn
ment bonds quiet. Stocks opened llrm,
and flustered somewhat during tlm day,
with a genoral downward tendency, but
at tho final close tho general market was
J abovo tho lowest prices of tho day.
For middlo States and lower Lnko re
gions, winds backing to northwest and
clearing but partly cloudy weather.
For southorn states oast of Missltsippi
and Ohio valleys, generally clear w outlier,
luwnrtomporaturoand north west to couth
For upper bake roglons, partly cloudy
weather and to-night occasional light
rain find snow.
For Missouri and Iowa, winds changing
to southerly and generally clear weather.
The Ohio, Cumberland, TunnosHuu and
lowor Mississippi riven will rlsn.
Toronto, April 10. A rumor has
beon in circulation for somn time thnt at
the expiration of Lord DuUbrins term of
the office of Governor General of Canada,
Duko of Killngbnrgh would bo appointed.
Tho 'Globo' sayiltis among tbo citizens
of tho uupractlablo things.
Nkw okk, April 10,-Obarlei Mills,
tbo noted catcher of the Mutual and other
base ball clubs, died last ovenlng of con
sumption In tho 30th year of bis age.
CAIRO, SATURDAY. APRIL 11; 1874.
Chicaoo, April 10.
LOIJK Quiet and unchanged.
WHKAT-Firm and easier, 1 213 cash
OATS Dull Bnd unchanged.
I1AHLKY Firm and highor, No 2
iprlng 1 Cal 01.
l'OHK Opened weak and lowtir, closed
llrm and higher, 10 OS May; 10 1!5 Junu.
LAKD-Kailor, 0 May.
HULK MKATS Quiet and tin
changed. WHISKY-Stoady at 03.
HOGS Good, fairly actlvo, ocit grados
shadu higher, 6 06 00.
Nr.v Ort.ka.n.1, April lo.
FLOUR Dull. in,l,l. r. .r,r.., hi,, y
kOOJtN-QuUt, white 7i.'i0; yellow
OATS Dull CAnr.i
HAY Dull, prltnu 10 00.
l'OKIC Steady 17 37J; dry salt meats
dull; shoulder." OJSOJ; no sides in Urst
I1ACON 7011)101; hama scarco
Lard scarco and higher, kettle 10JI0J
SUGAU-Dull, Mr 71c; good fair 7Jc;
WHISKY Dull, Louisiana OSc; Gin
cinnati 1 01.
COKN MKAL Dull 3 52.
Mcmi-1115, April 10.
FLGUK Dull and unchanged.
COKN MEAL-Firtnor at 3 CO.
COKN Steady at 60(31.
OATS Light demand; holders llrm at
HA Y Steady at 18(,'J2.
ItKAN Scarce and llrm, choice 25.
FOKK Market hare.
LA KD Quiet aad weak at
KACON Firm; shoulders "X&h ildes
Cincinnati, April 10.
FLO UK Dull but unchanged.
WHEAT Dull and unchanged at
COKN Quiol and uncbongod 00(507.
OATS Quiet 48a.r0.
KYK Steady 10C105.
HAKLBY Steady, No. 3 1 60.
FOKK Easier, cltv pork sold at 10;
country sold at 10JiC'
LAKD In good demand and llrm for
stenm OjWJ 80) a'kpd.
HULK MEATS At C(n,05 for shoul
dors;8 308 45 for clear rib; 8j8 70
clear; bacon gcod demand, shouldeal 7;
clear rib 9 1C91; cloar OJfMj.
WHISKY Good demand 93.
St. Louis, April 10.
FLOUK Quiet and unchanged.
WHEAT Spring in demand and Arm,
No 1 3IJ1'5; fall tlrmor tbut not much
done; No 'J. rod otTered at 1 101; 1 49 bid;
No 3, 139; 1 37 bid.
COKN Unchanged, No 2 mixed 04J
(JC5; regular scllor May 05 ; No 2 white
jO'j"" " "tiled, No 2 mixed
BAULKY Dull and unchanged.
ltYE Firmer 9 15.
l'OHK Dull and lower to sell at 10
1?; dry salt meats held llrm, round lots
nominally; shoulder CJ; clear rib 8Ji ;
clear 8g8; Cumberland middles at
Qulncy sold at 7j.
BACON Steady and out, smoked
shoulders 0J7 J; cloar rib 919A; clear
LAKD Stiff and stocks of the city
held out of tbo market, sales new steam
buyers to 5th of May 9, kettle spot cj.
WUISKY-Steady at 92.
Port I.I a Ii
and departures lor tuo 2t hours ending at C
i. in. i.ist evening;
Steamer Gracy, Columbus
" Fiak, l'aducab
" Laura L. Davis, St. Lculs
" Smoky City and tow, N O
" John Means and tow, Ohio river
" Gloncoc, Now Orleans
" Minnoola, Memphis
" Espuranzi, Pittsburg
" J W Garrott, St. Louis
" Kollogg, Up Ohio
" New Ilonacoord, St. Louis
Steamer F 1 Gracy, Columbus
" J as. Fisk, Paducah.
" Idlowild, Evansville
11 l.HUrn L. Davis, Nashville
" Smoky City, Now Orloaris
" John Means, St. Louis
" Charliu Brown, Ohio river
" Gloncoo, St. Louis
11 Mlnneola, Cincinnati
" Kipnranr.a, St. Louis
" J. W. Garrott, Pittsburg
" Kellogg, St. Louis
' Now llonaccord, Ohio river.
The Hivkks. Tho rlioin tho Ohio yes
terdiiy was llftoon inches, and from thu
amount of drift wood afloat tho indica
tions aro that tho risu is not yotlmar over.
Tho ferry boat will, In tho nvont of thu
rlvor rising much highor bo compelled to
oxtund bur trips to Fort Jufforson again.
Tim-Mississippi is falling at St. Louis, as
are nil Its tributaries abovo that' point,
Hu'ineH yostorday on tho levoo was
moro actlvo than on tho previous day.
Tho MIsMsnlppI Valloy transportation
company aro loading a largo hero for
Now Orleans. The bargo was at Ualll
day'i wharfboat yostorday; and took on
considerable grain and other freight.
Tho weather, alter tho wind, mow,
elect and rain storm of tbo day provioui
opened out pleAsant yesterday morning,
and was qulto warm throughout tbo day.
Under the warmth ol the sun nearly all
tho snow remaining on the ground from the
provioui dny'i storm dliappored, leaving
tbo sldewaks and streets In a wet and
Fkiisonal. The question at to who
shall step Into the shoes tuado vacant by
Mr. Kckenburgor'i resigning tho deputy
wharfmattorship is not as yot , defi
nitely determined. For tho present Mr.
Walt. Wllhorspoon will run tho oflico du
ring tho night watch. Walt. Is an excel
lent young man and will no doubt 1111
tho position acceptably In ycitor-
day's Hullktin wo published a para
graph clipped from tho l'aducah 'Ken
tuckian' of tho day provioui announcing
W. L. Growl's promotion to tbo captaincy
of tho Fiik. Wo congratulato Uaptaln
Crow I on his promotion. Ho Is a
through-going buiiueis man, and deserves
woll of tho owners of the Flsk Al,
llurd still lingers on tho ferry boat,
though It is not certain whether ho will
remain there long Miller, "the fnt
man," the same who manipulates froigbt
on Halllday'i wharfbaat, has been taking
"witzer kaso" "in his'en" of late, and is ai
happy ai a big ounilower." Uaiifc
Aibton, lato one of the pilots on thu tow
boat It. A. Bobbage ii still in the city.
He is roady to receive proposals for a job.
Captain Nat S. Green is in St.
Louis looking after tbo repairs being
raado on tho Hl:hmund, which is soon to
bo blllod for Now Orleans as onu of tho
Carroll & llaker lino packets.
Tho St. Louis 'Times' of yesterday says:
About midnight on Wednesday tho trans
fer boat Nile, belonging to Stover, Mun
son & Hamilton, lott the foot of Stein
street, Carondelot, with six car loads of
cattle from the Atlantic and Pacillc rail
road for tho East St. Louis stock yard.
A heavy galo, which Was blowing at tho
limit, drovo the boat down the river and
caused it lo collide with several barges
loaded with coal oil the Vulcan Iron
work'. Tho collision occurred with such
force as to broak in the hull of thu trans
fer boat, causing it to sink in a tow min
utes, (loorge Grapewina, the pilot, and
the crow saved thoir lives by lumping
liiion tho coal barces. When the boat
careened ondwise tlio cars ran oil' Into the
wutcr and all tho cattle wero drowned.
The boat was valued at $10,000, and the
cattle at $0,000. The cars and boat will
be raised as soon as possible
TELEOHAPUIC ItlVEH NEWS.
PiTTbnuno, April 10. Hlvor 11 fi-et
and rising steadily; weather clear and
Nw Orleans, April 10. Arrived
Mary Houston, Louisville. No depar
tures. ViCKhiiUKo, April 10. Up Susio Sil
ver, John B. Maudo. Down John Kyle.
Clear and cold. Kiver stationary.
Nasiiyillk, April 10. Tho river is
still rising, 40 foot on the shoals. Clear.
Arrived ltransford, uppor Cumberland.
Departed Shippers Own, uppor Cumber
land. Cincinnati, April 10. Kivnr 28 foot
and rising; woather cloar. Arrived Tom
Jasper, St. Louis; Ktlgour, Now Orloans;
Camel in, Nashville; Anna, Tennessoo
rivor. Departed Andas, Wheeling;
Tom Jasper, St. Louis.
MEMi'ius, April 10. Weathor clear
and pleasant. Kivor falling slowly. Da
parted Dugan, Llttlo Hock; Capitol City.
St. IjkjuX., iu... -Wornor .ml harRCC.
and Commonwealth, Now Orleans;- at.
Genevlvu, Vlcksburg; Exporter, Cincin
nati. KvANSvii.t.1!, April 10. Weathor clour
and pleasant ; mercury '-is to 50 dogrces;
snow has disappeared. Kiver rison 2 inches
Port list Down Bermuda, Charmer, J
W Blgloy, Tarrascon, Lawrcnco, Mary
Anient. Up Arkansas Bello, Hoberts.
Louisville. April 10. Hlvor rising
fait with 101 feet in tho canal and 8 fuel
in the cbuto'on the falls. All tho tribu
taries ro rlsinc fast; bunnets active; clear
and pleasant. Down Longworth, New
Orleans; rarkor, Jiempms. up uean
and Sherlock. Arrived from l'omoroy
Loncworth had 750 torn and some poo
plo. The Dean ascended the falls, assisted
bv the Grev Hound. Tbo sborilf loizod
a lot of frelcht on the J. D. Parker,
markod T. Cunningham & Co., Coruthors-
ville, Missouri, to satisfy a SHOO debt of
S. Ullman & Co., ol' this city.
.St. Louis. Anril 10. Arrived Sproad
Kaclo. Ouincv: Allechonr Hollo, Now
Orleans; Hob Boy, Keokuk; Bithbago,
l'aducab; Iron Mountain, Cairo; North
western, Lake 1'epln; lowa,llllnols river.
Departed Bulla Memphis, Memphis;
Hob Hoy, Keokuk; Flominu' and Grafton,
Illinois river; mnnoy, -Missouri river.
Weather clear and pleasant, itlvor fall
ing slowly. Tho Naples packot company
to-day purchased all tbo property, rights
and franchise of tho Peoria packet com
pany and will attompl to dcvelopo tho
Illinois rivor trado to its fullost valuo.
The proporty consists nf tho stornwhcelors
St John and Joslo with six barges and
two-thirds of the Illinois river wharfboat.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer 111
No. 711 Ohio l.o vi'i', CAIKO, II.I.H
IQr.Siiei'lttl alluntiou itlveu to cnnnliin.
uinilN ami tilling ordiTH, 11-2 ll
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3XTo. HO Oil. to Xiotoo,
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Lowest Prices in the Oity
BURGER'S NEW STORE!
('orncr of Ninth street find Commercial avenue, where may bo found the
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST
DRESS GOODS IUT CAIRO.
Poplin, Diagonal, Cariitnorc, and Spring Drc?s Goods, all eoli at price
Whilo-fJoocN, Kniliroidericx, Neck Tics, Glove, Cuff, and JJbtioM mad ft
A ruisls LINE OF
Ladies' and Children's Shoes.
Hurler keeps riht up with tlio times, and offers no goods but those which
aro new, elegant and stylish, and cordially invites tho pcoplo of Cairo to gty
him a call and examine his stock.
Phil. H. Saup,
This is the only plnee in the City
in erienn nnd French (Jnmlic. All I
R Mu"- R
C Clothing C
To Oiilir in tlio l.nlc-t
ami liio-t XJk,
N riSHUSillt styles ; N
Ni-iir Kltililli .t.
II. A. 'I'lioms - I.. I). 'I'liom
THOiia & HKOT1IKH,
Suci'CHOiira to 11. M. Union,
COMMISSION MKIKiliANTS. ItKOKEIlS
.VI DKAI.KIIH IN
Mii.Iii mill funny liinriirloia,
Kirel((ii ami Doniustlu
Ull ('nminuruial Avomiu,
OA 11(0, - - IM.lNOlrt.
White Collar Planing Mill
N. WAI.TKHS, frupriotur.
HARD St, SOFT LUMBER,
Laths, Sliiulu-i, C'editr I'osln, Doors,
Steauihoat Lumber I'urnislied oil aliort-
OoniiiitMvIul Ayi'., It lOllr ami lltli
Wood Ritteihotae BrotWrJ J
Oe.verai. CoMMtHHioif Merchant,
133 Ohio LoTeo, Cairo.
Cor. 8th Street.
where there is a General .Assortment of
a.k is to call and examine them lor
l'rosurrtus Air 1874-SEYEHTH TEAB
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, unlvaraaUy
uiluiitteil to Its the Uandsomast perloil
lual tu tbo World. Areprasentatlvr
and champion of American tastr .
Mst roK !3Al.2 in iIook on Atwt Stosb.-
TIio Aldlnc, while lxsued with aUUirg
ularity, hus none of tlio temporary or Urns
ly Interest rliaractcrlstlo or ordinary prt
odicaN. It Is an elegant miscellany ol pur
Hjflst and graceful literature ; aad a colto
tlun of pictures, the rareit specimen of ar
tUtlc sKill, In black and white. AlUiiUffc
each feiicceediiii; number affords a nstab
pleasure to Its irlends, the real vain and
bounty of The Aldiue will be moat appreci
ates! after It has been bound up at the oloa
ol Xlie year. While other publication mmj
clittm superior lieapnesH. as compared wlta
rivals of u ulinllar clasi, the Aldlne ll an ud
liiuo and original conception alone aad us
approached absolutely without conception
In price or character.
ART DKl'AllTMKNT. 1674.
The illustration of tns Aldluo hav woo
a world-wide reputation, and in the art cen
tres of Kurope It is an admitted fact that
Its wood cuts aro examples or the hifBt
perfection over uttdlned. Th eomaM
nrejudlco In fuvoro' "steel plate," j rap
idly yielding to a . educated and d6
crlmlnntini: tnsto which recognize! the ad
vanti'e.s tlio advantages of luperlor artUUc
ijuallty with greater facility of produotlon.
The iiuartoriy tinted plates for 187 willb
bv Thou. Moran and .1. U. Woodward.
Tho Ciirlstraas Ihkuo lor 1M74 will oantaSM
upoclal designs appropriate to the aeaaon,
uy our iiu9i iirunis, una win surpass id at
tractions any ot lu predecessor!.
Kvory sulucntier to the Aldine tor Ut
year 1b74 will receive a pair of ehromo
The oriulnal ulctiiren wero nalnted in oil to
tlio publishers of the Aldine, by Thoma
Moran, whoiio great olorado picture! and
purchased by ecmj,Tflsi for ten thouaad
dollars. The xtilijocU were chosen to rep
resent ten thousand dollars. The subject!
wero clioson to lepresent "The JCait" and
"Tho Wt." One Is a vlow iu the WnlU
Mountains, New Hampshire ; th otnr
Kivus thn Clliu ot (Iruua river, WyonUnsf
territory. The chrouioi aro each wprkia
from thirty distinct plates, and are in ate
1(2x1(11 uud appearance exact lac-almUea ot
NWAHK. N. J.. Sept. 20. 1W1.
Messirs. .lumps button it co. ,
(IK.NTI.K.MKN 1 am delighted with th
prool'H tu color ol your chroiuoa. They ar
woiiilerlully succeshtul representation! by
iiicolianlcal process of the orlginalpalatlags.
Very respectfully, Tlioa. MolUM.
These eliroiuos are in overy lenss AnMri
cau, Thtiy are by an oriual American bwb-
.-, iili material of American manufac
ture, irom (lu iftus of American eeenery by
an American luluter, and presented to eab
.c.illierH to thu Urst successful American
Art .limriul. II no better l.ecaus of alt
tills, they will certainly ponea! an tntMt
no loielgti production cau Inspire, aad nei
ther are they any tho worse if by reason ot
peculiar facilities of production they eoat
the publishers only a trifle, while equal In
every respect toother chromos that ar told
Mngly for doubls tho itibicrlptlon prlM ol
If any subscriber should ludlcat a pr
ferenco fur u tlgure subject; tlie pablUhen
Will send 'TliougfitJ ol Homo" new aai ,
lioatllul ehromo, 1 lx'20 inches, repreaentinif
a llttlo Italian exllo whose speaking ejea
lietray the louj;lujs oi his heart.
5 per annum, In advance, with Oil Chro
For cents xxtba, th ohroaaon,
mounted, varnished, aud prplcby bmUL
The Aldluo will, herealter, b obtalnnbl
only by subscription. Thar wUl b
diked or club rate ; cash tot tubtmttom
must be tent to tho publisher do Mi, or
handed to the local caovasaer, wHteut n
sponsiblllty to tho publisher!, in
cases where the certificate Is five. hrmt
the faclmlleilsnatureof Janwi Ihitwn O.
Any person wlshin to
as a Iooal canvasier wlU rff tu M
prompt inforoatlou by py'1ttuw
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