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KAlLltOADS.
ILLINOIS OKNTHAL HA'-KOAI).
mJv? I I IT U(K1 1 II I II "HEWS
TIUtNHLllVK CAIJ.
Mull at . 2:1fi s.m., Dally.
KxpreM, il:K) p.m., '
1'rclnhta 4:00 k.ih cxeeiit Holiday
height at ll&l wn "
KrilKlitttt 40 ji.in... . " "
AIUUVK AT CAIIIO.
Hall itt a.m uauy
Kipreisat .....i:05 p.m.,.. ..except Hiwrtay
Freight at .. .11:16 n.ti except Monday
freight at 7:10 p m., except Sunday
KrelKhlat 10:05 p.m " "
THK CAIRO AND VINOKNNEB
RAIIjHOAD.
ciiAfttiK or run:.
On and alter Sunday. February
2J, 1871,
Iralm will nm aafollown:
OOINfJ K01ITII.
'nlro. leavo ":) A.M.
. Krclffht.
&:0.-i a.m.
Mound City, leave fiiiM "
8:27 "
11:11
I'M P.M.
i!:ir. "
4 I'. -f.
fi:V "
7:0s "
'J:10 "
JlnrrlsburL'. leave f.V.I
NorrU Oltv. leave U:K
Cannl, arilvo H:.V)
I'annl, leave 100
.'iruvville. leave 10:0
Mount CnnnH, leave. .. . 1 1:21 "
ilirdine", leave 1'lflS I'.M.
O. &.M.. Junction, arrive.li!:! "
UOIMl fcOUHf.
Pn,nxcr. Krclsht.
O.AM. Junction. leave.. 7:15 a.m.
liiceniifi., leave 7 3 " 7:(k) r.M.
Muimff arinel, leave.... fi:Tl " !i:00 "
Orayvlllo, leave U:IS " 10:17 4'
Cannl, arrive 10:) " 1I:W "
( urnil. leuve 10:10 " Ihlfn.M.
.Norrii City. leave 10:11 " 7:1S "
Harri-burgli, leave... . 11-11 " !i:l'l "
Vienna, leave 1:17 I'.M. IJil.'H'.M.
Mound 'tv, leave 2:11 " 11:10
auo, arrive our: ;,:iij
MOUND CITY ACCOM UPtUTlO.V.
I.eavo Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and 0:1. 'i p.m
Leave Mound City at 12:!i." p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
Fi eight trains lion over niirht at Cannl:
run from there ui mixed train, leaving tit
l :Ci a. m ; leaving Vllieeiine. at 7 p.m. the
jiih' evening for return trip.
rONNKCIION.
At Cairo Willi the Mll-lppl fentr.il,
Sin il e aim own. inr all ioiiu Kiui; i aim.
ArLaii'a and Texas for all point in Alkali-
mi. aim li'Mi".
At VlDcenneti; Indlninpolbinnd VlncciuieM
railway lorltn laiimoll ami all ioini. iiortu.
rant and went: with Lvnrisv lllu nnd Craw-
lonlM Hie railway for h :nm lllel'erru Haute,
Dam Hie, Chicago and all polntu north, eat
jinl Vtt; wllU Ohio nml MhiKimlppl rail
way for HI. Lotlii, I.oulcvlllc, Cincinnati and
all pouiU ea.t nnd wekt.
At Norri City eroln the cprlni'lleld
. . I Mil I . if. . . 1 1 ..
Kini iiu jiiui cui i uieii'ivi i. inunu) .
Ij. V. I'almku, Uen'I Stip't.
K. I'. Waw, Oon'l ranongor, Act.
nT-i:t-tr
I'AIKO, ARKANSAS AND TKXAS
AND CAIRO AND VUh
TON RAILROADS.
The hortct and only direct routo from
I'alro to Jackonport, I.lttlo Itock, Hot
Sprlni, Kultan, nud all pointk In Arkansas
and the .Southwest, and (ialvcston, Iloii.'ton,
Oalla', Auttlti and all points In Tevas
rWELVE I10UU9 IS ADVAXCK OK
ANVOTUKUllOUTi:.
Through ticket, through M1H of lading,
and Information ai to freight rale, pa
lender tare, connection etc., e.m he oh
Ulncd at the company'ii nllice In Winter'
MocU, corner of Seventh ftrcct and Com
aitrclal avenue.
Hacks will call at private residence and
hotel for pawenger, when orders arc left
!n time.
KliTant rullman pala- lecpiriK cars on
all ul'ht train.
Trains run dally, (Sunday excepted) from
the Cairo OlUce .is !oll.w :
1'ASKMiKlt.
Leaves Cairo, .1:00 p. In.
Leave. (ircenfleliN, t:J.'ip. m.
Arrives at (ireculieliU, VAi a. m.
KVl'ltlS UUXS DAILY.
Leaven ' Iro, Vi-M m.
Leaves (.reeiilleld, 1 :0." p. lit.
Arrive at Orerulleld, 2:t." p. in.
KltKIOHT, DAILY KXCKI1 T si . NDA Y
Leaves Cairo, 9:00 it. in.
Leaves (ireeiifleld, 10:00a. in.
Arrnts at Greenfield, p. m.
D. Axtki.i.. Chief Knylneer.
.A.wvi;ltN.
WILLIAM J. AliLKN,
AT'J'ORNEY AT LAW
0AIKO, ILUNOIH.
O B h 'VMr First National Iiank.
:-imiii
SAMUKL P. WHKKLER,
ATTORN EV & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OAlltO, ILLINOIS.
OlUco ovor Klrht National liank. H-IKIm
John U.Muluoy. WUUm C. .Mulkoy
MULKKY & SON,
A.TT011NEYS AT LAW
OAIHO, ILLINOla
Olllce: KlL'hth Mi
tlal and Wftfhlnslon avenucH.
wi tr.
UKKKN & OUiHKRT,
ATTOHIUtVb
OOUHOKLOHB AT LAW,
WillUu ll.Un.on,
Willikio It. Hlll.crt.
MUhb r. (tlll-erl,
UAltlO, IM.IHOIH.
JTBpeoul attantioa ln tn AJmlrtUr ainl
2eitnbant tiHlneiiH,
iob onioLKVMB.iiooUu 7 Awr Hovrij
oiTTKiTinmi, in ww
I'll V.SMlIAiX N.
t i
DR. M.
HOWARD,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
OlI'MCII-COltXKK COMMIJUCIAL
AND SIXTH STHKKT.
AV
IIKSIDKSCK Sovenlh Mivel, lielwccn
U'uililngton Av. and Walnut Street.
tliii-lVJI-tf
J)R. W. JJLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
luilrrs lilt rk (up Mnir) rf H(r ML atro
und Wftsnington Avenue.
30 :ti-tr.
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
MRS. L. T. BRIGGS,
(SiU'rec-Air to l'hllllps and llrlt'.)
MILLINERY
AM)
DRESSMAKING.
Coniuieiielal Ave., het Olh nud lOtlitf.
7 1.2.1m. CAIRO, ILLL
wa. a-wi.,
JOHN II. OBEKLY EDITOR.
TOkseiiiPiie.
n. .,,. . r ..
ncporiCd DXpreSSiy lOr IMC Dlllieillli
WAS HINGTON.
-
More Light on the Conlrucl
Rusiiioss.
HOW A LEAVEN VVOFITH LAW
YER TRIED TO ABTAIN
A CONTRACT.
Wasuinoton, April 10. John L. J'.erj
dory, a practicing uttornoy of Leaven
worth, IvKnui', wm hoforu tho vraya nr d
ineunt coiiimitibo thie morning, und tmtl-fli-d
to hi evporJencu from 170 to 172
lit thu tro'i' iry depnrtmoiit.
When yak i ni.; (.onlrticti to
uullect
moneyaduii tho government hy
curtain
corporation,
mkcrktahv iioi;twki.i..
referred thj auhject to Ithtilluld. Tho
witneta uallci on linntleld trum tiiuo tn
time, nnd nt hit rciiiet the phper in
which his ehitrp;i3 wti tmtd wero prepared.
Hut Iluutwoll never tirraned the
matter, l'uriuint; tho ub)et tho v. llnes!
uallod on tho pretnlent,vvh ".ild ho Would
fin Secretary KictiHrdtou. In ttio iiicuii
tlinn Ilichardion informed thu wilneii
that lie fully undoritood tho caiu. 'I he
witness remind' l him of tho fuel ttitt
Jloutwell had refirrod tho prrprnltion to
liunlicld to iigreii to tl.o toruu of contract.
lUnllold uld this wai clear cnne iud
there uai n reat deal of tnunuy in ttia
miilturhud he wanted to know tho terrm
of tho witnen. who inid Lo pre-
turned ho would bo allowed
00 per cent. UanCeld eald that wo too
much, but would ullow per cent, on tho
tlrst JlOO.Oi'O. and 21 per cent, on tho re-
inslnder. "Wtr.04S told him ha had no
objection to tho termh. but l!nniild r.ever
prepared tho contruit. iJunn'Mj said to
him, tubieouentlr. thut tho railroad influ-
cnr.o wui eo great that If action should bn
taken under tho treasury department,
witness would bavo to cot out cf
tho way. To this witness replied
bo hh'l .'pent live or six thousand dollars
already, and did not think tbo party
committing tho ofioneo) should bavo in
tluoaco enough to prevont expesuru.
Jir. J.ichardion ailed nun wnetner no
wantod to conflno himself to only ono
railroad, namely, tho Kansas I'a-.ilic, nnd
the Union l'acitlc. Tbo witness replied
to tbo former road otilv. AVbllo this
convoratiun win in progress tbo presi
dent came in, and Iticbnrdson laid ho
would talk to tho nrtiiicut, and the wit
ness retired.
Witness was atlitfled that Ukhardnn
never told tho 1'resident about bis case.
Vltnei infurmod Itlchnrdion that bo
would t;ivo security that tbo (ijv-
ornniunt should bo savod from any cost,
but did not col tho rontrart. Ilanficld
mid this watoo bad. Then witrio- naked
tho ndviro of oniineut eoumol who hf.d in-
lluence, nnd bo called on (ienoral llutler,
wb i sai 1 bo e.ntld nnt do birn unv i; o.t.
DISASTERS.
THE STEAMSHIP L'AMEFU-
QUESUNK
II VAX CKEW AND I'ASSKN
GERS SAVED
Tho Steamship Neilerland Bis-
allied anil Ashore,
Till-. I. AMKHUjl K-
Nkw Yori;, April 10 A dupatrh dated
Havre, says tbo steamer L'Amnrinuo,
from tboFroncli trans'tttlantie line.runnir.g
between Ibis port nnd Now York, was
wrecked oil' tbo Vroncli coast on tho Htb
Inst. All tbo pasfengors and crew wore
suvod with tbo uxeojition of tbo second
ollhcr.
Tho news of tbo loss of tint L'Amor-
iijun wu llrst rcenived by a doipateh from
a pnsions;cr nnmod C csinero, and tinted
ni lirest tiiiii morning. iuu nnnuunco
mcnt of tho loss was promptly postul on
nowspnpor bulletins and printed in extras.
In n short timo tho olllco of tbo French
trnnsfttbtntis company whs boilegnd with
reporters asking particulars nnd Irieiids of
tho lino who eamo to offer sympathy at
this third disaster within s'x months.
Mr. McIonzio,m.otit of tho lioo, would
not seo any ono until bo bad reeeiwed tbo
nows of tbo loss from France.
Tho L'Amoriiiuo was somowbnt smaller
than tbo Ill-fated Villa do Huvro but of
similar build. Slio was a new voshoI, built
at NowcttBtlo-on-Tyne. Sbo carried on
ner inn trip about bo pnssetrgorii.
(ialliard whs tbennmoof tbo second of
fleer who is reported lost by tbo sinking
of tbo L'Ainorlquu. Ho w'uson board tho
Villa do Havre when that vessel w;nt
down.
From prlvnto (lnspatclics tho followirg
particulars of tbo loss of tbo L'Ainorlquu
linvo lon obtalnod!
She touched at Ilrcst on tho Mth and
procooded for 11 avro. When midway
botwoen theso two ports sbo struck upon
tho Island ol Onnesnnt.
At iho general olllco of tho Trnmatlan.
tlo company no epccl&l information bad
been received at 1 p.m., although des
patches bnd been rccolvod from Ilrcst nnd
llavro this morning. Not oven n rumor
of line loss bad boon font to thorn,
Tho L'Amoriqua was fjrmerly tbo F.u
gcnlo L'Inipcritrico, and was ono of tho
llrst steamships of tho lino rebuilt, Klio
was reronstructnd nnd lengthened In bull
by Lest A; Co, of Jlobburn, Nnwcastlo-on-Tjfno,
nnd hor Improved niacblnory was
from tho works of Jlnndloy e Sons A:
Field, of London.
HiiEhT, April 10. Tbo steamer
L'Amoriqua foundorcd during a vlolont
tompest on tho I lib. Sbo was abandoned
when on tbo point of sinking. An Ital
ian ship saved tbo lnrfa'o.'t number rn
board nnd nrrlvod born tp.dny, bringing
10 pasiongom and 148 of tbo crow. A
Norwegan vcpsol which saved 'M moro of
tho paesongors also arrived hero. An
English vetsul with tho remainder of tbo
pasiongors and crew is oxpoctod horo,
though ilio may linvo conn to soino port
on tho Unpjlhh co&nt. Tlio papeongorn
uojj-xxn
CAIRO,
ii'ilto In prnde of tliu conduct of CnpUln
t .... i. i,r .i.. .... , . ..'
w. . airniriiiio, who, limy my
w 'iii uuui inroiiiiout.
TUK MIliKtir.ASD.
'""'.A.VKU:,U! April I0-A dinpateh
' ,r"" 'vnantie oily sys thu (temnar
I aliori? on tho hrl(;nnlliio nhoil ii the
! ? "3VV. M:
iittoefcr. SlmhnsR larije nnd valuhl.lo
"KJ inpiM in Antwerp f..r l'lillndel
iinia, lor winch prt tho Ii hound. Hho
ha mi paMemjem. Hor rudder nnd whoil
Ma i"i, out she ii nlhorwise in uood con
dition.
POLITICAL,
No
Cliaitjio
in 4 If..!....
a(
ill VVIlllll.
LRUcllock.
Brooks Sliil in Possession
Tho Stato House.
of
THE
MASSACHUSETTS
TORSHIP.
GENA-
A Y I'A I l:H AT LI1TI.S HO' K.
I.ITTI.R I'.oi k, Auk., Anril 10. Thro
Is but llttlu cbango in tho gubcrnntorial
muddle. llrooLs holds tho sUto houie,
which iisurroundod by armed mon about
one Hundred in all. J boy huvo two can
rioni. Maxtor's headquarters aro still
at St. John's collsge, In tho suburbs of tbo
eity. Ho is preparing to lakn tho ttato
hnuje. About 1,000 etand of arms be
longing to tbo stato aro at tbo arsenal, and
both Haxter and Ilrookr bnvo mato a de
mand for them, but tho doumnd has been
rbfued, .Men aro corning in on every
irsui inougu mo cuy is r.v.uer quief
LATKn.
Littlb Rue-K, April 10. Tbfro Is but
littlo chango In allalrs. Uovornor lias
ter still occupies St .John's college and is
making preparations to sustain himself,
"rooks holds tbo iat-j bouio with two
plteis of artillery and 100 men armed
with improved mu.'koU. He has ssued a
firoclnmatlon to tho peoplo of Arkansas,
n which ho claims to have recoivod n ma
jority of tbo votes cast at tbo election for
govornor in IH'l. Ho cbarges llaxtor
with bribing rnembcra of tbo lesisiaiuro
to reject bis petition, und nftorward roca
pltulates tbo s&uscs and events which led
to tbo present state of affair.
1119 I'OMTIOJ.-.
Ho proceeded to dcflr.o LIj positi'n and
futuro policy as Iv.i jws: ily poiitical
tenets 1 respectfully refer to tbo
platform of tbo relorm party on which
1 was a eandidato in 1872. From tbo
principles therein enunciated 1 huvo not
departed and Uod holping mo never will.
Hut no ono man in tho stuto has felt tbo
power of ballot box stuilers nnd political
tbimblo rigging to tbo extent I have. I
say to you tbut to far as in rr.o lies tbo
ballot 1kx and election mnchiiioy of the
stato shall novor again bo an cnglno of
fraud and oppression, as it was in 1872.
'Ibis is a republican form of govern
ment wboro tho voice of the peopla should
rule, and, to far as I am concerned, it
shall rule from this timo forward, and ti
long as 1 occupy tho e.iccutive cbair,
every man shall bavo tbofreoand undii
turbed right to voto as ho likes, und bU
votn shall bo counted. KtTorts, no doubt,
will bo mado ty designing men to con
voy tho iinpres.ion that it Is tho duty of
the p'plo to rally to tho standard ot
this man win, no doubt, will claim that
ho is governor of Arkansas, who, you all
know, wns not el. i ted, and who "bus no
rnoro right to tho olliuo than any ono ol
you his that was no enndidcto, for tho
piirp'-so of placing thut man again
in tho txceutivo olllce. I say frankly
to you all that such attempts will
lea 1 to strife nnd bloodshed, aid 1 shall
resist and suppress tho action of all mobs
that- bball nfiomblo toothcr under tbo
banner or at tbo tall of Klisba Ilaxter,
No man in tho statu can more deeply rn
grot strife and bloodshed than I, but fool
ing as 1 do that solf government rather
than self nggrnndUmont U tbo Issue, 1
shall employ every moans at my command
to maintain its supremacy, i am in tbo
osccutivo cilice. "Whon it i adjudicated
that 1 am not tboro legally, I will Low
my head in i-iloiico to tho decision of tho
court. Hut bo it what it may it proves
that F.lLhu linxter used force, and tho
courts will ue 0 tho eauin to make him
abldo Its decree. To ono nnd all
lot mo Fay, konn riuiot and nursuo vour
JiH'oront vocations. Vour sorvices aro not
needed at tho c&pltol to proaorvo either
peaeo or good ordor. Should tho tlrno eomu
wnon tnoy win bo ncodcu, you win bono
tinea in duo timo turoiigii uiu proper
cnnnuni. signed,
lOSKI'll HltOOKS,
(lovornor o( Arkansas.
To-day tho attorney of (lov. Ilaxter np
poarea in tlio circuit court and moved to
sot nsido tho judgement of yestorday ; nlso
;o correi.; ino rccorus oi jtonday, wherein
u appearcu inai uioucmurror in tlio case
of lirooks vs. J'axtor, submitted by con
sent. Thoso matters will bo argued to.
morrow.
MSSACUIHKTTS.
Hostok, April 1(1. Tbo following ii tlio
thirtieth ballot for United Ststos Senator:
Wholo number of votes cast 238. Noccs
sary to cboho ISO. IHwcs recoivod 1)2
vote, Hoar 68, Curtis 72, Hank. 8, Adams
i, tianiord '-', YYusuburno and YhItticr 1
OHCll.
MBMl'lUS,
ilr.Mfiiis, April 10 Considorahlo ex
moment oxlsts horo over tho affairs in
Arkansas. Tho Appoal and Avnlnncho
specials asjort that tho trouhlo3 tboro re
sult from tho Into visits of Senators Horsey
ii till ( !l is vfnn
. --. .
31LJM1JIIIS.
Mkmi'iiib, April 1U Tho sovoro rain
storm yesterday did considorablo damngo
to tho JIlssIssJppi and Tennessee railroad.
Trains uro not running to-day.
l' HJ.O HHUUyiiUlifc U1I3 ICCfclUIl
nro vory dlspondont In coiiflequonco of tho
oxcosslvo rains nd high watore, rondoring
nlantlng impossible. Ae yot but fow havo
beoi nblo to plow n furrow for corn or
cotion, with littlo prospect of linpfo'vcnt
ia t to weather.
INDIANAl'OILIS.
iNDlANAfons, April 10. Tho shops
aud inachinory, and fovon box nnd p is
sengor cars of tho Illinois C'ontral Rid
bouthwistorn railroad" at Crawfordsville,
woro totally dostroyod by lira this ovon
luc. Loes about $ 15,000 -, partly Insured.
1 ho llro Is mppoiod to bnvo originated in
ono pf tho forges.
rP!in ulniil... .1. ....... I...... il.t.
' cox, la-rna: steeet
Fill DAY. APRIL U, 1871.
ST. LOUIS.
f:T. Louin, April 10. It h tmdoritood
tiiat tho railroad superintendents anil
managers In session hero Ttstorilny to
consult regarding tho ummcr limo scbwl
uif, uecuied to niuko no chango In thu
present through time cards oxcopllng to
luiorieii too iimo oetwenn Lincigo and
Now York flbout lialf an hour.
A iiAiniur.r.
Tho Keystono brldco comiiunv ram.
plotol tho iron work on tbn bridgo cro?i-
mg ion jinniieippi river neia vciterday.
and gavo n banquet to their employe,
numbering about two hundrud ir.ombcn,
at tho Grand Central hotel last night, In
honor ol tbo nvent. This work en tho
brIJgo hit been completed two weeks ln
sldo of tho timo contracted, for which tho
Koyitono compiny receive a bonus of a
thousand dollars )ar day. The approaches
win ua nmienoi 10 compieiMi, raliraod
tracks laid nnd carriiru wm ilnlhe,l
m speodilrni possibl?, and ind'icr.tlons nro
mm me oriugo win i thrown open to
pul.lij tralflo at a much earlier div tlinn
wai iinticlpatol.
OHIO
CoLViint'D. Anril 10 In tbn bftinn
this p. m. tho following bills pafed tbo
home:
A bill to fix tho nricn for lecal mlver.
Using at ono dollar per threo hundred
words first inertion and 0 ennu fnr
oath additional insertion. Tho icrin'obltl
provide" for thn nubllcstlon of tho nnniiHl
report of county comrnuiloners In Snptcm-
uvr.
JIouio hill nrovidini' for thn Inenrnnm.
lion of granges.
SAX FRANCISCO
Was; Francisco, Anril lc Tl.o Cal.
una sails for Panama at noon to-day.
About 1.300 citi.-ns of Portland. ()r.
gon, havo petitioned tho common council
to placo liquor denlors In that city under
moro -trincent orders roirulatirnf thnir
traffic.
(Johara Loafe, thn Danish consul imbl
city, diol last night at his residence, Alt-
mmn.
ABSCONDED.
MlLWAVKKK. Anril 10. Anton Iltir!.-.
ard, city treasurer of Uroou Unv. in this
stato has disappeared. It is sup'posod ho
nas absconded. Investigation of his
books ihow that ho is a defaulter to tbo
amount of $100,000.
MARKET REPORT.
ST. LOUIS.
St. Loch, April 10.
II K.M1' Dull und unchanged.
FLUUll innctivo nnd unchanged.
WHIOAT ;5nrinir bhrhcr with a brisk
domnnd. No 2, 1 27&1 274: fall buyer
No 'J red 1 I0l -11; So 2 1 ClfTli 63.
COJtN Firm and higher. No 2 mixed
CC10O7.
UAifc t irm. no Z mixed CO, Jlay
1IAKLKY Firm.
l.YK Steady at y3(5;'JL
I'OKK Steady at 10 0010 75.
Dlty SALT MEATS lrm. S.il.s.
lear rib and cloar sides declined at Kan
sas City to 8 JrTi-S; looso clear s idos spot
;; clear sides buyers lor .May on 5 days
notieo 9c.
1JACUN Steady, lVkers ask 7 for
houlaorf, clear rib '(,'J.
MIJMl'HIS.
MuMi'ius, April 1 1.
F LUU It Dull nnd nominal.
CUF.N MKAL (Juiotut J 55.
CU11N In lair domaud nt thn lowest
rntej, blc.
UI'.AN tuict und unenttngod
OATS Firm lit 02c.
LAUD Firm at 10l0Jc.
1'OHIC Mcsi, qulot at 16?18; bulk
meats firm; shoulflurs 7Jcf)"3j i-ldes OJfi)
10c for cured, 10;101c lor clear: bams
l2i13Jc.
CI r. A l l.
Oi:.-i i.s'.s'ATi, April lo.
F LOU II Stondy.
"WHF.AT Scarco firm and higher,
1 .10501 12.
CO UN Demand nciivo and advanced
06(73.
OA IS Dull nnd uni-hingod, f,s(ii)j7.
It YK Firm nt 1 05.
HAltLF.Y .Stoa-.lv, spring 1 5C .
l'OUK Qulot, 10 75Gj)lT 00.
LAUD Steady, stoam tijg,".!;.
Ill'LIC MKATS (lood domnnd,
shoulders strong at OJ; clear rldos linn;
prune stunm hold nt 'J11U.
V ll iMvl-scarce inui nigiior ni'.'i.
N Ii W YOl'.K.
hr.w Okleanh, April 10.
FLOUR Shado Ilriiior, supertlno wes
tern 0 WQCt -10, common to good 0 &0(TA
0 70. good to choico 0 70 (5)7 00, whito
whont uxtnv 7 0j7 -10.
WHEAT Shado bettor, No. 2 at null
1 03. iincrndod Iowa and Minn, spring
1 nCfTJl 05, amber rod western I 00
1 05,
JtYE Scirco nnd firm I 10?i 15
I1AULEY In buyers favor.
COKN Ontucd bettor and clojod at
quiet advance at last, now wostorn mixed
. ..-.ftrt -t.l .i.nn lllT?l'l riftu. urmlA.n V..I.
conayw,um uui ..w-. v-.j. .. j
low UOfTTOl, wblto wcstnrn 88(77 00J
OATS Dull nJ lower, mixed wctorn
C2g0 1, whito western CUftCO
C'OFfKE Shado firmer
SUOAU-LMlor.
.MOLLASSK3 ljuiot nnd unchanged.
i'OKIC Lowor new mois S10, spot
10 OCOD10 02 in May, 10 75 in Juno.
liEKF-l'ulot.
CUT MEATS Fair domnnd, middles
quiot and llrm, long clear '.'JC",'.'!. short
clenr 'J id 01 ,. .
LAUD" Hoavv, primo stenm, 10 1.100
10i,spotl0J10 3.10 in May, 10 in
Juno. ,,.,
W UISKY-I' inner, 0'iG'J.
oniuAao.
CmcAiiO, April 10.
FLOUll Firm nml omo sales higbor.
' WHEAT-Seomed nctivo nnd advnnecd!
1 snrJiiL' 1 3gfol335: No 2
1 27fenhi 1 28 May! No 3 1 20.
COUN In fur diimand. No 2
fnlsod
080 spot; Cdif'ClH May.
OATS-Firm at -ICo spot; rJicfJj l.J
Mny.
KYE-Stoady. No '2 9:03e.
11AULHV (iulot uf.changod.
lOI5KIn lair douiand ami udunnceii
to 10 00 for cisbi Id 05 May; 10 30 .luno.
LAUD In good domnnd Inr cash, but
bold off tho market, May firm! Juno
0',
"ll U LK M EATS-Steady. Sales at 8Jo
pneWiJ.
"WHISKY In fair demand nnd hlghor
at P0.
a.:et:d wjv.ai-nnsra-'roar
OMCIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
K1VER NEWS.
Ii r I I, Nil
Alll'.IVAl.t
.mil tleritltire for tlio 21 linitr ecdlnc at 0
l. in. Iat cvcnllij: :
AHIIIVAM.
Steamer Orney, Cnlumbiu
". .Ins. Fiik, l'nducah
Chits. Hodiiiaii, Clnciniinli
" Alox Swllt, Cincinnati
" l't ltogors, Mompbin
" Mollin Ebert, 1'ittiburg
" Iron Moiintalii, St Louis
" Paragon, Cincinnati
" City of Alton, Now Orleans
" Alf. Slovens, ft. Louis
HEI'AltlKU.
Steamer .lim Fisk, Palucnh
" Alor Swift, St Louis
" Pat ltegor, Cincinnati
11 Mollin Kbert, til Louis
" Iron Jlountatn, Plttsburfj
" Paragon, Now Orleans
" Cha. JJodman, Now Orleans
" City of Alton, tit. LouU
" Alf. Slovens, Obino river
" Oraey, Columbus.
Tut: HtvRn-. Tbo Ohio Is still riling
rapidly. Tho swoll during tbo twority
four liours ending at six o'clock Inst ovor.-
.icg wa( llftocn inches. This is n very
heavy rise, comldcriug tho Immense stage
of wa'.or In that stream. Tho Cumberland
was riling at last account', with about .10
foet on Harpoth shoals. It scorns as If
tho Ohio nnd its tributaries are conspiring
to drown out tbo lowor countryi
and it tboy do not subside soon
tboro is no tolling tho amount of dainago
that will bo occasionod thoro. Evury day
wo hear of now breaks in tbo lowor lovcos.
Tho Mississippi is declining, though thoro
Is a falrstng.j of wa'.or bitwaon this point
and St. Louis. Tho Mississippi below
Cairo is rnsro liko an oscan than n
river.
Business was fair yestcrdny, and shows
signs of improvement.
Tho weather wat anything but ploasnnt
and at intervals a drizzling rain foil. Tho
lavocs and street crossings aro In n fright
fully sloppy and muddy condition.
Miccllakkous. Tho rumor that tho
J II Uigloy lost two barges ot coal above
tho city proves to bo falic. Sbo lost no
barges Tho Charlc9 Hodman had a
very good trip and addol somo littlo horo.
....Tho Paragon was not so won laden,
as sno was oniy a iimo over nan
full Tho -Mollio Ebort
was well ladon for St. Louis Tbo
Alex. Swift has 303 tons pig iron nnd an
ompty bnrgo in tow for St. Louis
Tbo 11. A. Unbbago, with u b.irgo of logsi
a bargo of lumber nnd two ompty burgc,
vvus to leave for St. Louis last evening.
Tho city of Alton brought 2'jO
boxes oranges, 125 boxos winu, and 12
barrels now potatoes to thl. city,-nnd
has 3,000 Ijoxlm fruit and 2u0 hhds sugar ;
10) crates cabbage, 100 bbh pola'.ocs fur
St. Louis. Tho now potatoos uro no doubt
intended for rivor oditor nnd other poor
Jolks as they o si only J10 por bbl in New
Orleans, and will sell for about 515 per
bbl in St. LouU. Oar Cairo dealers aro
now putting now potatoos upon tho
market at tho rato of S3 por bbl.
by rotail and imngino thoy nro gottlng
good prices at that Tho Jim Fiji;
brought out 02 bhds tobacco nnd some
other freight yestordny. -is hhds woro
destined lor tho East vVi tbo C. & V.
railroad. Tho Lviinsvillo packets torn
bad; from Pudiicnh until tho Pat Uluburn
U repaired;
P.I VEK NEWS JJYTELKOKAFU.
Nuvv ()in.i:ANb, April 10 NonrrivaH.
Dujmrted, Oluu P Church, Cincinnati!
Atlantic and barge, St. Louis Kiver
about stationary.
Cincinnati, April 10. lllvor 02 feut
and lalllng. Arrived Andes, Wheeling;
Hon Franklin, Mnrnphii, Exporter, Now
Orleans. Diqiarted Cnmelia, Nashville;
Andy Ilium, Memphis.
PlTTalililio, April 10. Klvor 9 foet 5
inches and about stationary. Weather
cloudy and cold. Tlio Allegheny has 0
foot 1 inehos, and falling at Oil City, The
Monongahola is tatlonary above.
Mkmi-iiW, April 10. Weather cool and
cloudy. Itivor roso 7 inches. Arrived,
Arlington, Cincinnati ; Diigan, Llttlu
Hock. Departed, Chester, St. Louis;
Hlgby, Oakland ; Parker, Cineinnoti ;
Tollu'and barges, Now Orleans.
Nasiivillh, April 10. Thn rivor is
Btlll rising at tho rato of ono inch por
hour, with I'J foot on tho shoals! AV'oather
cloudy and threatening. Arrived, Hrans
ford, Uppor Cumberland.
luionATjiLlriEs.
Waniunoton, April 10. For Now En
gland etiitiu, wind will yoor to nortli and
oast, with lower tcmporature, Increasing
cloudiness and probably rain or s,nuw cn
Friday,
For Middlo and Eastern stntoi and
Lower l.uku regions, Irosh and brink east
to noith winds, cloudy and rainy weather
nml probably snaw over tbo northern por
tion of this area,
For South Atlantic flr.tns, Increasing
winds mostly from tho southeast to north
east, cloudy and rainy weather on Fri
day. For Western (lu 1 etnto, north nnd
northwest winds, witli clear to clearing
weathor.whlcli conditions will extend ovor
tbo Eastern (lulf states.
For Tonneseo and Ohio alloy, windi
vrcrlng to northerly and gonornlly cloudy
wonthor nnd light rain from MUiourl and
enow..
For tnu
Northeast to Upper Lakn re
gions, rising tempomluro, partly cloudy
weather and winds, veering to foutheast
Ri.d cat. ,,, ,,
Tho Cuinborliind, louiiesjoo, Mlssils
iiippl rlvors, below Cairo, nnd tho Ohio at
Pittsburg nud bulow Evansvillo will con
tlnuotoiUu. Criiitioiinry signals am or
dered for Now Orleans', Mobile and Jack
sonville. . .
U. WAHl)Ni:it, M. D.
II. (.!. HTALKKlt, .M. J).
Olllce and ivldeiue 111 I'liniineielnl Ar
next door to the Atlu'iicum. - 1-IO-tf.
avbit
NEW
Lowest Prices in the City
BURGER'S NEW STORE!
Corner of Ninth street ami Commercial avenuo, where may bo found the
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST
STOCK OF .
DRESS ' GOODS I3JT CAIRO.
Poplin", lVi:i;oii:iln, Caiincrcj, 'and Spring Dress Goods, all sold at pricus
which
BEPY COMPETITION.
White (iooik Kmbroiilorici, fock Tics, (Jlovc, CufTs, and Motions mad a
Speciality.
A FULL LINE OF
Ladies' and Children's Shoes.
Hurler keeps right up with tlio times, aud oUers no good but those which
nro new, dopant and stylish, and cordially invites the people of Cairo to giv
liimn call nnd examine his stock.
Phil H. Saup,
Has REMOVED I'is
CONFECTIONERY
Washington Ave.
CAIRO,
This is tlio only place in the City
nicric.m and French Candiet".
Ml I
u rscl f.
UKXIj EHTATK AS1KJCU.
J Jin I. Ilarman.
Clul.'l horp.
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
IELILi ESTA TIE
IIOUSK ACiEXTS,
COI.LKCTOnS,
CON VT.YANCKKS,
NOT Alt I KS l'lIULICS
And Laud Ageiittiit the Ulinol-. Cent i:d and
ISiiillugliui und MU-uml 1!. K. Co-.
North ('or. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
C. WINSTON & CO,
Heal Estate Agents,
AL'CTIOXEEHS,
71 Omo Li:vi:i:, (.Second Floor,)
CAIItO, ILL.
liny und Sell ItEAI. INTATi:. I'av TA.VCS.
I'llinMies Alittr.ietH of Title.
t.Tft -nml ('iiiiiinlli)iii'r.
i'i.n.mNsiow .nr.m'iiAXTW.
PETER CUHL,
i.i si i;
FLOUR MERCHANT,
NI
iM I MiElW ACiEiNT,
ISTo. GO Oil io Xjoxtoo;
CAlltO, IliLS.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON,
iiii'i i-iii' to .iiiiiu it. riiiih-,i
General Ooniinission
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Denier- ill
II A Y,-CO It N,
OATS, FLO Fit,
M HAL, 11HAX, to.
Agents for Lailin & Hand Powder Company,
cuir. ti:.ntiist. ouiou-:vj:i:,
CAIRO, ILLS
X, It. ThMli Mood. P. .1. Thlitlewoml
THISTLEWOOD &. CO.
(,i:.i:i:ai.
Commisssion Merchants,
l)e;iK'lJ,u
Flour, Coin, Oats, Hay, &c.
,i. :n uuiu i.iiviu:,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Wood Rittenkouse Brother,
Uof.iui. Commission Merchant,
133 Ohio Lcvcc, Cairo.
COOOSI
Cor. 8th Street.
ILLINOIS.
where there is a Qencral Assortment of
ask is to call and cxawlno them for
H.-l2-l-3m.
IIABKII
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
ctirt xd Hateli ai. inaa.
OITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIBO
ovricsM :
A. B. riAFFOIU). l'TMldent;
H. 8. TAYLOK, Vice-President;
Ii. 11YSLOP, Booreury and TnntUK
nminoui
I'; M. Uxiiolat, Out, Qusaaa,
F. H.IlTOuiirutu, Pitn. O. Bovm,
R. 11. Ocmiiuni, 11. P. Hsu, rati,
J. M. Puaurt.
IlOjiitaHa ol nnr Amount BMlTatas
Ton CtmtM UpwarAa.
TNTKKKHT piit on Unonlts attb rttaoliiz
1 Dor cent. Deranntim. Ml
porccnt.
Much Istud Bttm-
nar In I, IntOfeatnol
withdrawn Ii addad IBB.
Iltlr tolha nrmolnai of IhsdaDoilU. IkarabT
ItlTlDR them compound Interest.
UAUniai) VOUKS AND oniLDBM MAT
DBPoBir uoa-ar
J that ho oa turn turn aaw it. .
0in star bualnort day from ta.m. to I O.B,
ana naiuraar oyer .jmi iur naviiiu um.r
caj, rrom lo o clock.
aiiuii w. ii initur, iraHnnr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
T3 A lTCa
(iaiiio, im.iiioii
OAl'lTAL,
100,000
WI l'. 1ULLI1UY. I'roaldanli
1IKNKT I.. HAIiUUAT, Vloe-PiailJami
A. U.HiKKOKD, Caahlor!
WAI.TKH UIULOP, Aliit'ttnCathUr'
cinacTOUl
Ht Alts Tv loq. rtoiiir II . OvaaiaaaAM.
Uaaur L. Hiiim.i, W. P. Uauidai,
uio, u. wiLLiimoB, rjiariiiM man
A. 11. Hajroao.
Ksobaar. Jotn bbcI VbIimI
Boada BBSkt sus4 IsH.
UBPOaiTtl raoalred, and
buninnuj nun.
a gsaaral baakiaa
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IV V t'AIHM.
It. V. MltLKH, l'resldent.
J. M. Pllli Lll'd. Vic-lraldaBt.
ClUd. CUNNINUHAM, Caahlwr.
JOLLKOl'IONB PlaOMiTLY UAH.
CtXCQANOB, oatn, baak moUs aad.
UMa4
Tj Btatea tooarlt'ea bombl and aoi,
-I ial Alloatnu Visa
C.W. DUNNING, M.Di
Ki;SlUKNCr-corner Ninth and WaaWI t
itrecu. OOlce coruer SUtto tUft tsM
Ohio loveo. Olllco hours iron S a. f
.2 m audi) p.m

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