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Wood 'Rittenliouso.A BrotlUr
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flt.UN.M I.J 1VK CJAIJ '
Mnll at '. i in., DiWy,
Hx)TCKt ji.m.,
I'relKlit a 1:00 h m.,. .except Htindiiy
Freight at ....ll:."i n.in...... " "
Frl(htut .... 1:00 li.ln.,. . " "
Al'.HlVr. A'l CAlltO.
Mall at I'M, n.m Hllv
KxpreM at ,. p. in except ! Sumlajr
i-roitf in ai . . . . .n:i!) ii.iii.,....exc'ii .vionuar
I rtlj-ht nt 710 in., ....uxrept Siniduy
f reiKin in p.in
If 'M7-U. .lAMKH.IOHNHOM, ARtnt
THU CAIKO AND VINOBNNEH
JIAILKOAD.
('IIMMfJK Of II If i:
On and alter .Silinlny, rVlininr) 1871,
train mil rim an joiiows :
(iOIKU MOUTH.
l'li-vnjr-'r. Fruit-lit.
s lro. Ii-ave iVUIa.m. fi:0i A.M.
Miiiili.l City, linvf fiSft! " Us: "
itiinn. ItaM! C:n " S:17 "
HarrUhuri.. Icnv.- K;i! " 1 1. II
NutrU Uity, Irjio 1U15 " 1 Ii im.
( arml. arrive; JiiTiO "
(hi ml, h-nvc low "
i.ravilK leavr 10:10 "
Mount ( anii(l.lijf....ll:.!J "
I I! . M,
r-.v -
7:iS
Mliecniiv. have- I2AMMI. Ii-ifl "
O. .V: .M..Iiiiitlun. anivr.U-T, "
(IOIMI fiOUTII.
raoiijT. I'rilj-lit.
()..V.M..Iillitlon. Iran
7ilfi A.M.
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.. 7:i't
.. nan "
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..10:10 "
..10:11 "
7-.oo r.M.
!t.il "
10:17 "
U-JIH
liil.'i A.M.
"
!i:lli
M Him ( antw-l.leavi'
ra)Vllli, Irate..,.
( .mnl, arrive.
annl, leave,
in i it)', leave
llnnioliiirgli, leae. .
lemia, leate ,
M iind ity, leave...
v.iim, arrive
..iisi:
Ill7 P.M. I8:l& P.M.
.. 'Mi " !t:10
. . :un " :: to
ilOUND CITT ACCOMUI'VATION.
I.piVo Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and U:: p.m
I eavn Mound City at 12:35 p.m. and 0:10 p in.
I n ilit traliw Hop over nlirlit at ( arml:
run fnini tliere at mixed trim, Ii-.ivlln at
i . i a.ni : IraviiiK 1 1 n-t-n m-- at 7 p.m. the
Liuie i vi iimif lur return trip.
('(I.N.N'KUTIONo.
t ' aln with tlie .Ml--Iipii Central.
Midlife nop Ohio, for all point', -nil: ( airo,
Arkan-a and Texas fur all pnnt in Alkali
and Tcxa.
At Vlaccrine: Indlaiiapolliianil Vlm-eime
railway forlndutinpoll and all point' north,
in-t and weft; with Kvatuvlllo and (,'ravv
(cinlv llle railway fur Kvamville .Terra Haute,
li.iuvllle, Chicago and all point" north, e-i-t
Hid vvet; with Ohio ami Jll"i"lppl rail
a ay for ht. I.ouIh, Louisville, Cincinnati and
all poinU eatt and west.
At Norrii City ero-.mj: the sptinrjield
it I llllioli Southeastern railway.
I.. V. 1'ai.mkh, Uuu'i Sup't.
K, 1. Wilo.v, (Jen'l l'mson-jor, Ant.
n:-ltf
CA"iltO, akkanhas and tux as
AND CAIKO AND VVL
TON KAIhUOADS.
'I he shortest and only dlrert route Irom
t airo to .lacktouport, Little Uock, Hot
rprlng, Kulton, and all points In Arksnai
j ml the Southwest, and fiaheston, Hoiiton,
Austin and all iolntH In Te.a
IWKI.VK UOUItS lii ADVANCr. OK
ANY OTJlKltKOUI'K.
Through tlckcte, through Mll or lading,
toil Information n to freight ratcc, pa-
enter faro, notincctloni, etc., can he ob
tained at the company' otllce in Winter'
Mock', corner of Seventh trcct and Com
mercial Avenue.
Hacks will call at private re-ddencei ami
uoteU for pawemjerf, when ordcru are left
In time.
Klrynnt l'ullman ul.n:o .Icrpln).' uiri on
ll iil(;ht tralcn.
Train run daily, (Sundaya exieptedIrom
.he Cairo Olllco a follow :
CIIAHI.KSTON ACCO.MMdllATIIlN.
..rave (irceutield' .'"" a in andO.OJ a. in.
ralve aKireenlicld'n 0:17 a m ainl.i-nip.in.
KVl'ltl'.H.-, ISI'.NS HAILV
Leaver dreeiitleld'" :i:0lp. in,
Arrive at Urecuticld' l-.IOp.iu.
I). AXIKI.I.. Chlhf Kmrllieer.
i.tu vi its.
WUililAM .1. A 1.1. UN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OA1KO, I1.1.1NOIH.
U . jr FilNnllonal liatil:. .l-KU'tm
HAMUKli 1'. VVIIKKIiKK,
ATT0UNEY& HllHNSKI.OIt AT LAW
UAIKO, H.MiiOIH.
Olllco over Klrnt National bank'. lUIMm
iohu iJ.Millkcy, Wlllam C. Mulkcy
MUI.KKY k HON,
ATTOKNEYS AT LAW
OAIUO, lLI.INOl.'i.
Olhce: Klphth ktreet, between Comraor
tlsl and Washington avenues.
Ml If.
UKKKN & UIJ.HKHT,
ATTOKHKb
(JOUMHKL01UJ AT l.A"V,
Villlku. H.(iroD, -) ....
WiIIudi II (lilt.AU, (IJtIKU, ll.I.INOI!!.
Miloi. f.OiUcit, J
MrUpf.aul kttntion pt.na lo AJmlrtHr eJ
Jtmtiftt tnilncf.
trvinM nmo lhvbii.hoosih 7 AKti H ovn
nwvmi'inw.i Hi hit
I'll YfilCIASH.
WILLIAM n. SMITH, M, 1).
KKS!l)KKOK-Xo,21, Thlrtcenili t-lrcet,
lietvve.n Washington uvcuuu unit Wiiluut
tract. Oilloe 12U commercial avenue, up
Hair.
O.W. UUNN1NU, M.P,
ItKSlDKNCK corner Mnlh and Wiiluut
itreen. Otllec corner Sixth t-trcct and
. jhio Invce. OHlee hours Irom ii a. in., to
; ! ni. and 1 it. in
A. .). HOJ'J M.D.
Olllco over Thorns .V Hio'h. grocery etoK-.
No. 111! Commnrelal avenue, eoruer KlyhtL
street. Hoslilenco corner WaliliiKton ave
nue and Kourlocnih uroot. ,
DR. W. J5LAUW
GliKMAN PHYSICIAN.
Kill t Illrrk (np MnliM r( it ( I fll- Slro
and Wiitlili);tnii Avenuo.
90 31-tf.
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
1)J. M. IlOWAltD,
1MIYS1CIAN & SUGJSON.
tU-'riC'i: COItMUl CO.MMKHCIAl. AV.
AND SIXTH STltEKT,
It ESI HKNCK .Seventh Mreel, between
W'aihlufc'tou Av. and Walnut Street.
'Jf 2-3-2 l-lf
orroricia,
JOHf, 11. OIiKUIjY KD1T0U;
TBkBGRAPttie.
Reported Expressly for tlie Bulletin,
Tho itorm lait nil-lit pbyed havoc
witli the tclrgrnf.li wire, ntel we failed to
receive oor inark'it hnd river rcj'fU, be-
iJk much other tol rtln.; matter -
Hli llL'f.LKTP.
WASHINGTON.
TJIK DI.SrHlOr JUNG
JNViTIUATION
How Contmcts were Procured
TIIK KIN'I INVK.'rlOAlIO.N.
V A -ii in (.ton, April 13. Tho Didriet
f Oilumhln Inveftit'.a'.li.L: erminitt!) ex-
tiling ievrai witueimi Uui mornini;.
.1. W. llopkitii) t'tvtifiod that l.o tiuvor of
fered to i;ut lift y oontraet for ()uimbv, a
tho latter lifU tcDtiflud boforo the ccn.
tnitteo thii murnlii); ilr Oibson, n c. r.
retpotident of IL.) Now York .Sun, laid
that but fprlriL' ho heard .Mr. IIotikin
ak V. t. 1'arfoiK if ho wfit.tel anv Con
tract ; that if hu did not, beint; funcrin-
tendent of tho board of public work for
the eiiilorn itiririnn of th citv. would
control thejn.
ir. uarririi;'.'in or tlie couni r..r tho
dintrict covariimnrit iavo notieo that he
de.iro'l to crms niarnino Oib'.m u. lun -lh
to-murrovv.
Cuaijreiinan Kelly, roenHy connected
with tho rontracu to colli, t tl.editrict
taxe, tiinilnr to the B'nnborn ti-ntratH,
w tho only witnom that Wi oxaminod
thii mourninu' by tho ways and meant
committee. Iln drafted !mo In an
approjiriation bill under vv hu h thoio var
iou conlrni't vero made. And bad
ipoken on the rubject to varijui mnmberi
of tho llouineoininilteo on fippruprlation,
lMwes, liiaei: ana ilnlsor Jlainc, but had
rec-eivwl no ort of cneottraijemend frotn
them. Ilo had then "u&ken to Senator
LVlo and Loean acd ho thought Sawvcr.
and nil the member of ttio iji rale commit
too on appropriations. Ilo thought that
ome of thorn favored tho proposition, ha
win not turo but all did. Jlo did net
roi:.l!eet ipoakirii; to any member of that
corr.mittto who did not favor It.
NEW YORK.
A Lively
Sceno in
Churcli.
a Boston
DIO LEWIS AND A UNITA
RIAN PREACHER GET
UP A ROW.
The Select Committee en Transpor-
miion-
SENATOR WINDOM WILL SUE-
MIT HIS REPORT SOON.
Mt'liliRH.
Nkw Yokk, April 12. In aiiunrrol lasj
nii-iit , growing nut of a ballot of card,
rh"inm ( ..rbol, n en 'K-hman, latally thot
Tie. ion1 Toddy, u platerer.
K.NK I.'I A llofTOS citir.i If.
A lloiton di-iiatch navfi that in courie
of tho eermon yeitorday, Kol. A. V. llar-
Kell, unitarian clurvinnn, inlil :
'Din Ldv.'m' rou no in Huston nnd it
neihbnrhniHl, bad not inipr-ca-,t thu poo
piu With hia devotfiliifjn r hii rolinnrn
on prayer, imr could wo brtluivo ho would
ever lmvo embarked in thi' vnterpriso had
it not ijocn lor romunerr.ii.ni. llu is raid
to enjoy tho woman'n cru-a lo. Wnj tho
intent of prayer prohibit, ry to leijijla
tion Was it intorforatieo with Livino
fnteutior.i In ;ive men their nhoico lio
twti'H t;ood nnd evil? lavish my voieo
mli-ht bo heard by thoio who nra turny
Intxinperato moans to fiipprtm intnmpor-
anro.
Din I.nwls, who happened to bo nretcnt.
roiu from hit feat nnd nuked to (peak.
uno 01 tun commiiico torn nun hocou d
not bo allowed to poak.
Tho bonodictiod wai thnn prononncod,
and amid loud ctlc of " tako tho jdat
lorm, Doctor." Dr. Lowin ftoppod t.pon
ono ol tl.u ceat, nnd was proceeding to
pcak, amid (-rout confusion, when thu
mnnalnc committco called on him to
stop.
Somo ono excitably oxclaimr.d: "Thcso
perfona aro rowarde, nnd fn thoy nil nro."
IliFeon mid continued rrien of takotho
platform I" Speak doctor I"
Tho committeojfiid : "If you will hlro n
hall, Mr. Lowu, wo ihculd bo very glad to
hoar you."
C01. Walwell eaid : "Urothers and sin
ter?, it i not tho spirit of tho .Muster."
lloro tho orpan drownod hit vnlco and ho
oxcbiimed, "Play on, yodoviU?'1
Tho orun played on nnd tho niootini;
diaperfed.
TltA.VH'OllTATIOX.
A AVnsliiiif-ton dispatch says tho select
committee on transportation rates to tho
seaboard will meet Tuofdny flight, and
.Sonator AVIndom, chairman, oxpects to
submit a report this wcok. Tho .Senator
will tako tho position that cheap trans
portation is to bo obtained enly through
compatitiou and :ompotitiou, to bo ttl'ect
ivo, ti.ust operate through cheaper chan
nels of commercn than aro now provided,
and must bo governed by a powor with
which combination is impossible.
Tho (.'om.mlttco has passed over tho idea
of obtaining choap transportation by tho
regulation of freights, nnd it may bo cot
down conclmivoly that na botwoen tho
two alternatives of freight railroads nnd
water lines, tho committao bill will tavor
water lines. It is estimated by onglnoors
who lmvo conducted tho survoys, that thu
expenditure) of about $7,000,000 would
connoet tho Mississippi with tho lakes,
nnd tho required improvement of tho
Kriu rannl to n etalo of magnitude corres
ponding with tho contemplated grand can
nojtions, would roiuiro nbout 510,000,000,
whilo about ?l2,OU0,0it) would connect
Lnkn CliiiinpUin with tho deep wator of
tho Hudson, securing n ship canal capnblo
of passing vossols of 1,000 tons,
on mi' .iustick waitk.
Chief .lustlcoAVaite, who arrivod Satur
day tn moot his wlfnjind daughter, start
ed with thorn, for "Washing! an last even
ing. A IlK.STAl,.
New York, April l:i. l'rusldent W'nt-
JD-.xJa?x3r Bni.3.TTC3
"Jit ilated to-day that tho rharges by oi
auditor Danan wore Talsu and slandomu.
and that thn report of tho mliiinderstaiid
ina botwoon tha Krio, Atlantic .. Or.at
estern Company h tibsolutolv without
lotindation. and starfml .v
Treat nnd D.tran combination. '
THE CRUSADE.
U is Said the Jcllor.soii
ville Crusaders Re
ceive $J. 50 per day '
1'or llicir Ser
vlcsc, A now kind of Crusading in
guruted at Mt. Ver
non, Illinois.
' ftlCAMi AT MT. VHRNO.V.
St. Lout. April lS-ThoO!oba has n
letter from Mt. Yernon, Lhnois, which
Kivus an account of n now kind of crusa
ding practice flu that town. Last Friday
Mrs. ,S. H. Wilion, accompanied bv her
sister-in-law, Mrs. Thomas Wation," wont
to tho drug storo of K .M. .Sheplnrrd und
demanded tho prescrintion unon whlr-b
her husbind procurod lbjuor. Mr. Shcp
herd being absont, lih cork told her sho
would havo to soo .Mr. Porter and l-at him
to rovoko t.e piescription. Mrs. Wilson,
ro,;arding this as an evasion, drew ,n re
volvor from her rnuil' and told tho clorl:
if ho didn't glvo up the prescription sho
would blow his brains out. and nr,.nniwl
tho pistol at his head in a stalo of i-rnai
excitement A parlay was had, howevor,
nnu.urr. ttusonwas unally Induced to
call ou Dr. Porter, and with
weapon ihn (lma&dcd and ol. tfiinr.d
speedy rnvocation of tho prescription. Tho
ladlo then marched to Shepherd's saloon
and Dr. Johnson's drug store, und with
presented arms garo them their ordors ;
after which they wont home, much to tho
rone: oi all donors and saloonitts in
town.
AT JKFrKIllOyVILI.K.
Jr.FPXI-i.ONVI.LK. Ind . Anril 13 Knr
tho bivt month a report has been circu
lated on tho Mreots to tho cllect that the
womon compoting tho tomporanco board
weru beini: paid ono dollar nnd u.hnlf ni.
diom for their prayers. This roport com
ir.g from a reliable source, was sovorelv
criticised in a New Albmv naner. At
toaiporaneo meeting at M. .trl: hall on
Saturday evening, the editor s informant
was denounced by T. Ferrier in an
oxcitid manner and in tho rno.t harsh
and bitter torim, such as liar, scoundrel,
villain, etc. Tho editor's informant provos
to bo a newspaper reporter, and aevs hii
informant is an honorably gentleman and
has no objections to giving his name, and
MiggesU that tho tomporanco union clear
away tho charge, and not denounco men
as liar.., scoundrels and villains In rmblie
becausothoy dlicms slroct Ulk. Tho sit
uation liotwcon tho temperance and anti
tomperanco seems to bo of an irritable no-
lUical naturn1
SAN FRANCISCO
San Kit x, ...April 1 '. llarnev Ken-
ney wa. tho nama of tha man shot in tho
affray at Virginia City
Tho particulars of tho dofulealion of
tho insurance Bgnnt, Magill, aro kept very
secret. Ilo repi rted thst tho dofalctlion
tmoanH to over $00,000 Mae-ill has sur
rendered nil his proporty here, but it doe?
ot cover tho dellciencv in hi nceounn.
The rompanios involved aro tho Phienlx,
llnrtlord, liomo, 2iuv ork. .North lint-
lab and .Mereanlilo, of London.
IUVER NEAVrf.
I'orl I.lkt;
AISKIVAI..
and den-jrttirca lor tho at hours, cndlnir at r,
l. m. l i't evening :
Steamer Oraoy, Columbus
" Capitol City, Yickiburg
" Hello Memphis, St. LovvU
" (ilasgow, Hickman
" W. K. Curtis, South
" Kxnorter, Now Orleans
" l'uturo City, Sow Orleans
11 It. A. ISabbago, St. LouU
' 'II. O. Yaogor, Now Orleans
" Paulino Carroll, ,St. Louis
" Yicksburg, St. Louis
" Orand Tower, .Memphis
" Itobt. Mitchell, Now Orleans
" Siisw Silver, Now Orleans
" Hon Franklin, Cincinnati
" Simpson Horner, Now Orleans
" J. D. Parkor, Cincinnati
nurAKTKji.
Stcamor F P Oraoy, Columbus
" .las. Flsk, Paducah.
" Capitol City, St. LouU
" Hello Mompliis, Memphis
" (Ilasgow, St. Loui.
" Curtin, St. Lowis
" Kxportor, Cincinnati
" Futuro City, St. Louis
" l. A. llabbago, St. LouU
" 11. O. Ycagor, St. Louis
" Paulino Carroll, Now Orleans
" Vieksburg, Vicksburg
" Orand Towor, St. Ijouis
" Kobt. .Mitcholl, Cincinnliti
" Suslo Silver, St. LouU
" Hon Franklin, .Mompliis
" Simpson llornor, Pittsburg
" J. I). Parker, Mompliis
Tin: KiYKKS. Tho Ohio rivor roso llvo
inches in tho twonty-four hours ending at
tlx o'clock last ovcniiig, It will probably
be on a stand by to-morrow, notwithstand
ing tho hoavy riio reported from nbovo.
Tho opinion provalls that tho riiu now
coming will havo no other nll'oet-lhnn to
keep tho Ohio at a stand for a fou- days.
At any rate, if it rises at all it will bo of
no importance-. Tho Mississippi Is falling,
tho cloclino from Saturday lo Sunday
ovoning being nbout four inchos.
Thero wai very llttlo business trans
acted, yostorday, as is usual on Mondays
Thore) was a high wind provallliig during
tho ontiro day, at times blowing a porlcot
galo. Mnny boats wtiro compellod to lay
to, it being impocelbla to proceed against
tho winds. After dark a hoavy tbundor
- , core. 12 u?u
OAIUO, TUESDAY. APRIL 1 1 . 187-1.
storm set in, and continued fur ovor.vl
lioura. L'p to dark the Cairo nnd l'a lu
cah pickot Kitk had not put In nn up
pcarancc, nnd It was reportpd that tho
, . .
eompel tn go to the bank n ihort
nmsnco from .Mound City.
' -IISI KMA.VKnus Tlio Ola.gOW h9
150 thousand feet of lumber for Ut. Loui.
, "Vhilo shu wr.s taking coal at this port, on
Siturday night, her buid-llne let g. from
somo catuo and tho lirt thing tho crew
; know (ho waj waltzing down toward
I Hickman. Onn of her pilots wn lft on
'hhorobyher sudden departura nnd tho
other was asleep. Ily tho timo ho Wa".
wakened and got to tho whcwl utid siglilo.1
liei him had Uoatod noarly to lllrd l'olnt.
Wo damago wt dono Thu Irri
Mountain took n tew of coal to
at- Louis Tho W. '. Curti
Lm "'"P-y bargot- Tho Kvpurtdr
brought 1 19 bales cotton for tho Cniro and
Vincennos railroad and has about JOO
tons Tor Cinolnoali The Future City
and barge paised to .St. LmU, after coal-
Iny liere Tho It. A. llnblxg Is out
for u bargo of logs for St. Lnul, nftcr
which tho will return for the wit of her
coal, but according lotho St. Lnuh I)em
ocrat,' sho does not intontl to tako up tho
two barges lately sunk br tho storm. Tho
'Democrat' if, no doubt, cor
rcct in this statoment m
tlioy nro nil of 20 feet under water
Tho ILO. Yeager had 100 bales hidos, 101
hluls sugar, 100 bbla molasses, 717 packgos
soda, 400 demijohns, 03 packages wine,
55 bbls rice, 100 tons pig iron for St. Louis
find put off Sf. bbls rico and packages
w" hero The l'aullno Carroll hr-
rivod with about COo tons of froiht and
will get several hundred una hero from
Captain Phillips and Ilalliday lirothors.
Sho got sorao freight at tho Yincenncs
depot and tho upper waroliouso yesterday
morning Tho City of Yickiburg
had n very good trip nnd was detained un
til lift or dark taking a lot of corn hbovo
for Memphis Tho Cirnnd Tower has
13S bales cotton, .",00 pkgs, C00O feet luin .
bor and 7 cords of stavos for St. I.oui
Tho riusia Silver brought 50 bis wine, 29
bull potatoes-, 20 bales moas
to this city, and ha' 12 bunches of ban
anas, 111 hhds sugar, 01 bundles tio, 13
bbls potatoes, I'i bbls molabsc3, 75 boxes
lemons and in crates cabbage for St.Louls.
The rat Cloburn ran through her
self yesterday morning at Carryvillo and
returned to Lvansvillo on one wheel. Tho
Longworth tool: tho Cleburn's peoplo
Tho steamer Lawronce, bound from Cin
nnto tj tho Tcnnesieo rivor, broko hor
Shall nt MonntVornor, f.'.i.u-,,;. ,V.n-n.l,n
will bo dftatnod until tho dimrgo is re
paired at Cincinnati, which will tako eight
or ton days Whilo tho J. 1). Parker
was taking on semn cattlo nt some point
nbove hero last night, tho stage, a steer
and four or llvo inon, Including Captain
Wise-, went into tho rivor. All got out
promptly except dipt. "Wise, who sank
twico and wa? going under the
third and lait lime, when fomo on 6 caught
him by tho hair and rticncd him. J to ro
oeivod n small nut on t'10 forouead and n
good ducking, but no othor injuries. Tho
1'itrl.er had a fair trip for MemiphiJ nnd
madn snmo addition:! hero Tho P.o) t-
Mitehel h,f. .100 tons freight nnd "JijO
pasooer for tho Ohio Tho lien.
franklin has 'iYj btdei cotton for Cincin
nati Tho Wtcl: Longvvortli flllo.1 out
at Pfiducah.
FIRES.
Citu vorv, April 13. A liro nt Djs
.Moitic, Iowa, latt night dontroyed tho
waroliouso of .1 O Warren, with" about
100,000 bushels of grain, twelvo thousand
of which was whoa't. Loss on grail $12
oOO. Inimrunco .a,COo. On wnrulmuso
b,0QQ. I.'ninsured.
At Oalcna yostorday tho furnittiro man
ufacturing establishment of Schuber, Am
brushor .V Co. burnod. Lois 510,000 of
which $3,000 was on tho Melville of
Nowftrl;, N .J
ARRIVED.
Nkw York, April 13, Tho 6tcamship
C.reeco, with tho rescued passongors from
tho steamship F.uropo Is jjst signalled ell'
Sandv Hook.
DON'T TIUST ANY MAN
Mho a, hew-ill pay fs.a) for a .-.t-e ol
-'aliiirah ho fiiN to cure. Wob-otf Cat
milt Aimtliilatnr h:n etiriil thou-aml-who
would have perUhcd without It, anlmv
I a'. nt will returu Hie money to any pun ha-
cr who trie-a bottle and U not In neiiiteil.
Did you ever try W'Ul.COTTS PAIN
PAINT Ily itsu-e IIUIIH never bli-ter;
II Hop-IIeadaelie, Toolhaehe and Neuralgia
v. ithln live minute-, or money refunded.
(i. (il)MMI.MII, .or. 12lh .: I.oell-t t.. I.
m agent. IE, I,. Wni.e oi r, 'Jiw ;;.25-v .
FJ N I;J M UjLIN Ifl H Y G OODS
rucsu si'itiAe; tutoiw
ai it a .m.j a u k s o J ,
(Konnoiiy Mrs. 3vva'idern,)
unnouneef. thatiilio has liiit"'npoiioil a lm
asiorlmont ol thu r'
MHWKHT,
MOST KASIIIONA ULK,
AND llANDSOMKST
Mllllnary (loodi to ho found jn tho mat kct
Sho will keep on hanil
Hath, Honnkts, Fi.hwkiih, ItninoMs,
Dur.sM Tiumminih ok Am. Kindh.
LADIES FUKNJMltIl5(l (lllODH, NoTlONM,
('OM.AIlt, UNDKIlbt.KKVlW, ltUKPH,
And all goenla found In millinery noros, all
ol which will bo disposed of in tho lowest
eafch prices. Mra, .laekNon ropoctnilly
nkHa eoutluuatlou of tho putaonagu which
luii been hi llbi tally heHUovveit upon hop by
tho l.wlicf, of Cairo and tho vlrliutv.
""imvmiinmt.
OVWOIAL l'APKR
'iM.ninisiei!v uf.itciiA.vrH
PETEIl CUHL,
1IV( l. s ;
FLOUR MERCHANT
VN1
MILLERS' AGKNT,
2NTD. CIO O 111 rD Iim;ooi
CAIItO.JLLS.
V. t-ti-tt,,ii. p.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers,
AMI
Commission Merchants,
.A -rents American Powtlor Company,
r.r oirto .r , cuvn.
N. I!. ThMleVMKHl. P. ,1. Tlii-tU
THISTLEWOOD&CO.
f.l.NCUAI.
Commisssion Merchants,
Dealer- in
l'lottr, Corn, Oat-, I lay, kc.
No. 7H onto i.kyki:,
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS
COKKJSY, 11AK1USUN .t CO.,
(simec!-'.0M to D. Hunt it Hon.)
AMI
Cominission Merchants,
I'l.OtlU.OHAl.V AMI HAT.
No 03 Ohio I.nv-.o, OAIP.O. 1I.I.H,
1) .A VKUH.
.1. AVKI'.t
AY BUS et CO.,
FLO U"
AND
OENEHAL COMMISSION MKKOIIAN'fd
No. 7H l.nvgg.OmnfUiHn.
Ii. A. '1'honis i4
TnnjO C UltUTIUIlt,
Suoccf-odrs to II. il.lfulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HJtOK KluS
AMI BKALRHS IN
Miiili mm l'ime IJriii ei le,
Foreign and Dammillu
lat Commorcl.il Avenue,
OAIUO. - - ILLINOIS'.
JACOB WALTER,
33 TT W O X-X3Z51fi.,
And Dc.iler in
RlSJL iMliATS,
Kiom it Ktiikkt, iiet. AV'.vsii!:;iiTo:i anh
XvtMi:HctAi.,Avi.adJo!tiln- llnmiy's.
Keep- the he-t nf Wert. I'oi k.Miitlon
l.aiuli, .iii-.ii', eie,, and i piepue
efve f.iuillle- in a ai ri ptable manner.
HYLAND & SAUR,
BUTCH 3E3XluJS,
Ami Dialer- in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
(if i v.i-v ileeripll.in,
for. mill .Mi-cei and Cominer ial Avenue,'
Netjiiii,i l.i tae 11)1. unl Milouii.
C.ll!', ll.I.INOI-'.
JAS. KYNASTON,
BUTCI-IB3R.
And Dealer In
ALL KI.l)ri OF I'll MS I! .M HATS
Near Oor. Twentieth .Strost and
Commercial Avenue.
OA 1 110, ILLINOIS
IT IS NOT T-JRITE
UIAT
D R. HULTZ
IS DKAD.
111! IN Nil I.I. I.IVIKU AMI I IV 'Alll
llln olllco and (Ibpcukary at
NO. tfa KIC.'UTJI STlWiKT,
Hot. (Jomiuerelal and V.fnuifiton avenues
It l true, the doetur U one ol tho oldest
plivnlelaiH of tho place, ami hln diploma,
that hany-i In U olllcn, "Iiovvk that ho lia
been Si veal In tho profes-,lon. Jle Is dolus
a larser ollu'o praotlcti than any other phy
slelau, treatliie,' all klndmir e.hronlodlsea-en
of the human nytcm,Mieh an old ulcer, and
all ill.i'it.-i'" of the (kin, humoru and blood
iioI-oiik: also dbeakCH of tho throat; alo
ulldlieaseof tho oyca of ynarg htatidliiKJ
!,,o artlili'lal vyv Inserted', listula cured
without tho tii-o of a linllo; cancers cured
bythoaiiplkatlonof medicines j pluililesoti
tho face removed j all urinary dUoasea
cured ; all formi of venereal and privato
Jleaien cured tn tho ahortost timo; neinia
vveakuesH and nelf-ubuso cured tu a tihor
" Tu's self-evident that a physician treating
canes for twenty-two ycar acquircH ereat
All consultations conlldcntlcal, In person
rby Icttea.
lncdlolntu flirnUhed at oftleo In all
lii.'it tf.l Dit. David Uui.tz,
OK CITY AND COfJNlT.
W
laowest Prices in the City
uuuuun
Corner or Niuih ftrcet nn-1 Commercial .tvonuo, wl.crc may bo found the
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST
STOCK OF
DEESS GOODS IU CAIRO.
I'opliit.-, VJamuali, C'a..!.mcrc,', nn.I Spring Dress GooJh, all sold at prices
wliicli
D3E5FY COMPKTITIOltf.
WliiicCooels Hn.broi.lerit's Neck Tien, Clove.,, Cuffc, and Notions made
Speciality.
A FULL LINE OF
ladies' and Children's Show.
IiurKor keepj right up with tl.o time.-, and olTorH no goods but those which
arc new, oIPKant nnd styli-h, and cordially invites tho people of Cairo to dve
him. i call and oxamino his f,tock. b
Phil H. Saup,
31 REMOVED Wa
CONFECTIONERY
Washington Ave. Cor. 8th Street.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Tins in tho only place in tho City
muricati aim l'rcncii Uatulies. All I
u rsel f.
IAMI1IAM!!.
INSURANCE.
I'NTATIMHlini) InVS.
SnHord, MorriH & Camlcc;,
IXSIMIA.VCI-: A CENTS,
T.'l Ohio Lowe, City Nalional Hank
I'.uilding, C.Mlto, 1 1.1,8
The oldest i'talil.htil Ag-mev In Southern
llllnoli, repi-oieutius over
$65,000,000.00.
of llio liet In-iirauci' Ciipllal nl Ihe I". S.
C. N. HUGHES,
General ' Insurance
Agent
ol I'lci:.
Ohio Levee, over Miithun k riilV.
hut jlnt'chnt (Mmpaniis
rrpnti'iili'tl.
iioat si4)i:i:s
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE OltOOKlt,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Poalcr In
BOAT STOKES
.o. 7(1 Ohio l.owt, t'AIKO, ll.l.S
E37Srit-Jr.I Htlcntion tjtveu
mrntH and lillliiit (inlorH.
to
I'oiwlun-ll-'Jtt
SAM WILSON,
m:u.i:ii i.
EOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc,
1ST a. 13LO Oil 1 o Ijovoo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
AN1 -
Gknehai. C'ommibsion Mp.ncrtAKT
L'l.'l Oliio Lercc, Cairo.
GOO DSI
AT
NEW STORE!
where there is a General Assortment of
a.k is to call and csamlno them for
H.V-12-1-31B.
JOHN B. PHILLIS &SON.
01 lodohn 11. rmtiis)
General Commission
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Pealerx In
I f A V, CO UN,
OATS, KLOUU,
MKAL, Bit AN, 4c
Agonla for Laflin & Rani Powder Comjany.
full. TI'.NTll ST. .V OHIOLKYEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MILLER. & PARKER,
General Commission
FORWARDING MERCHANS,
Dealers In
I'LOUH, COKN, OATS, II AV, ic:
Agents lor h'airbank'H Scales.
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
.. 1). .Mnthii", E. C. Uhl
MATHUSS & UHL,
l-'orvviirdiiij; r (ioncnil
Gommission Merchants,
llfator- In
FJ.OUU, (UIAIN, HAY AND
WHSTKHN l'HODUCK.
Ohio Li:kk,
CAirto, Itr.a.
C. CLOSE,
(ii:ni:i:Ai.
Commission Merchant
And De-alcr tn
J.tino, Couient l'lastor, Hair, &o.
OHIO LEVEE.
tiTl will mII in tar load low at uiamifw
1 111 I'M prliv-, uddliijr iVr-lsht.
J. M, PHILLIPS,
rOIWAUDiXCi
Commission Merchant
WllAItEAOAT PltOrniKTOB.
I'renrojiaroil tt forwanl all ktBil of
Freight to all poinU.
trriinslnci. attfudi'd to jiroiuptl)'.

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