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RAILROADS.
TIME LlAllD.
JI8 UKNThat, RA' '
mi a lie:
,rifiNaLiAVK oaii.
11 .,.t'..2ibe i.niw.xl...' K .2.hMm.
i. i.:iitt n.m...,:., ,.,...,1
NcMaLa.ldlMM a.ni...i.o.veiit,t "liinlnv
Freight at tOp,D
AHHIVK AT CAIItO.
Mill t '2:15 a.tn ..Dally
Kspreas at T.Ob p.ni.,,...cxcept Hunday
freight t :18 u.m cxebl MoMfav
Freight at 7tl0 p.in,,.....eee'ft SandAT,
srauutit iu:uu p.ui
188 iM'.tf. .Tamkb Jofrtrso.v, Agent.
THE CAIRO AND VINOHNNS
RAILROAD. 1
viianui: or ri .
.-. W'-
On And Altar Satday, February $2, 1674,
rin wm nin Mlo-yrs: . ,
V 1 1..At.dt.k.. .I'n.ltt'
C'Alro. Ibatb
tWm 6W A.H.'iSA.,
Mound City,
'
Vienna, lea
IlArTlloUrgl Hrr
, nil'
l:1!
r0
,.v.10.'00.
ul.lt
'Sill
worn uityMsKe
1:81 r.M
2:35""
4:i:..'.m
f:V "
7:01
Uliii) "
CAnni, arrlfiJV.
unui, learv,'.,,
flroyvllle, laavu
1'
..10:40
Mou nt CartiiH, tears ,. i.1 1 OS
inrcniipj,; Kavfl,, . . . .i2KH
O. & JI. JHnvtlOHrnrrivu.iaa
12:23 P.M.
( rf (1OIN0 SOUTH.
I I 1 .
O.&M.J'
j i aeiujur. r-rciuiii
cfauli, leave. . 7:1.. a,i,
VlncroML IfaTd. 7flS
00 r.f.
MotutHMUc.,.. 8:33
raJWfci IniVe. I:18
Carnrtrm,,, ....... 10:00 "
Omni, Uv... 10:10 "
orrltattyJC8.vc.. ,.iO;H "
Harrliliiuxli, leate 11:10 "
0:00
10:17 '
11:30
ti.ir. a.m.
V s
0:1
If una, lcae 1:17 r.M,
ibsi.m.m;
10
II)
Leava Cairo At 11:30 A.m. and Stir, p.m
a ilKNM
u.
-1
jipmiu city, leaviv "J:12 , " . H:
ralrt, iJITirtw. 8:03 '' !
Of "f otjjrccwiUTitiir
Usave Hound City tl2:3op.m.andG:10p.m.
' 'Frt'rtflrt train, atop nvtr nltfht nt Cnnnl;
, rtt,froiii piort H mlxnl tnilii, lenvlnt; at
Jii.a.m.; Itavliu; Vlilcpiitio at '7Ji.ni. the
,iimt.cTnUi tot rtnini trip.
,tf rONNKOTIONH. ,
' 'At Cairo Wlrli tlm MIUIppl Central,
llolille an p Ohio, for all prilnti Mint; 'lrii,
Arkanan and Tvsa, for all point In Arkan
ant and Txah. .
At VlncetiDDiiliidlauapolUiand Vlncennei
railway lorlndlanapollaandallpolaU north,
taut and, VQt; wltli EvAimlUo and Craw.
lordiTlUc railway for Kvannlllc,Tcrr.illauto,
DanrtUe, Clilcat'o and all point north, vat
"'athlweat; with Ohio And Mlilppl rail
WAy for St. Loul. LouUvlllo, Cincinnati and
All potnta coat ana wct.
- At-Norrt-CHy eri ln Din pilngllcM
and Illlaola Southeaatcrn railway.
'"-Tf" Tn fr.v. ri.iM,-.B' uup t,
l.'I-tf
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TKX AS
AND CAIRO AND J UL.
TON RAILROADS.
The khorteit and only direct route from
Cairo to jAokaonport, Littlo Hock, Hot
Bprlnga, Fulton, and all polnta in Arkansas
and the Southwont, and (ialvoton, Houston,
J)alla, Aunt! n and all points In Tcxai
ADVAaCK OF
bllla-of lading
and 1fraatoR u toifreljrht ratca, pa-
.wApK.Vijnn.tlnna. nil... iiin ia tttb
aenger
ir JkrfcVifainottlona, etc., can be
Uineditit Soipkuytllco iu JV'luter'a
block, corner of Seventh street and Corn.
mercUl avenue.
i11a will CAjLat prlTAto ;renliUncc And
Wail for pAMengera, when ordvra are left
n time.
Klcgant Vulltnan palata aleeptng cars on
all nlgbt train.
TrAlnarun dAlly. (Hundaya oreoptcdjfroni
th Cairo Office a followa :
I;aT(a Cairo. 3 p. ".
Leavea (ircenficliN, 4K).ip. m.
UtirJf WZAi'QfeanlcliH, uuki a. ui.
E .ritKnSTiAinT EXCKI'T Sl'N DA V.
Iavei Cairo, VlMtn.
leaven Oreenlleld, 1K).i p. ni.
Arrirea at Oreenlleld, 2:4.i p. in.
FHEIOUT, DAILY EXCKl'T SPNDAY
,lsivt OaIm. usa u..m.
LeAVCH Orienfleld, 10:00 a. in.
Arnvo at Oreentield, 12:33 Ji. m.
1). AXTi.L. Chief Kni;lnpr.
IT
KWJiULlAJl. J.-'ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Flrrt WatlonAl tiAnlc. 3-16-3m
SAMUEL 1. WHEELER,
i.imniiMfv J, PIlllNSCI OR AT LAW
ailUttiioi wuu.iw-
OA1RO, ILLINOIS.
loaal bank.
S-lUm1
.fYlllAm C. MUiKoy
thTtrtgllHeha?'thr(W
All iH
itUllKKtr SON,
I 3" L J
ATTOBNEYS AT
I i 'nlViin TT.T.'lWril
LAW
oAtRO, ILLINOIS.
'Ontce:
Kluhtn itrcoi, iieiwtiuu
clal and wuainyiou u
(JREEN & OILRKRT,
ATTORKBY6
COUNSELORS
AT LAW,
OTillliun K.Uiaon.
;,,B,i, 1 owBo, tu.isoia,
William D. nmieri,
tltJrT,
Aiital'a'wlatk.. jrlreti imUAT and
ilMatatcH""'!18;.
FfiooniotJrrJi. booms 7n8nv
DR.
M. HOWARD,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
IFFIOK-SORNKB OOMMERCIAli
anV sixth Street.
AY.
...... ..tuMiTHSnvpiith Hreet. between
nai'r;: "- ,1 Wnimirfitrnct.
.AW'JfSTliV;." 7 2ei-8.2Mf
DR. W. 15LAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
l Htdara 1lflU (up .)) ccrnw Hi Stro
S. U iUiko TULlNOlB.
MRS. L. T. BRIGGS,
(Suevcaaor to lMillllp nd HrlfK-)
fii
H'
AND
DRESSMAKING.
7-4.2-lra. CAlliy, 11J
. jlrgm hllR CjJSOS DH.0
ILLL
cntz
L: 1 J! 1 l fotffift
JOHN II. OBERLY EDITOR:
ifK)rted Expressly for the Bulletin,
LITPTLE ROCK.
TLo Baxfe-jBrooks Diili-
t eulty.
Another
rroclaiiiiiljou
DrookH.
from
4
Prfifarutlond. for Jlctiikiiig
;' tlio Stnto .Ifnnwo
The Peonlein Svmnat.liv
With. Baxter,
Tlio Presidout Favors
Bax-
;.ter. , .
Troops
Flocking
Rock.
to Little
A Collision Must Como Soon,
LlTTLi: J'.OCK. Anrll 1M. (Sovtrnnr
laxtur thit mornlui: aunlloJ tu V. V.
C'oi, clork ol tho aunremo court, uhoia
oSiceii in tho itate hontv, to aupyly liloi
with ft trantuript of thu record! of tlio
court in tho caku of Briokn vj. McCluro.
wherein tlio court decides in favor of
Baxter. Thu clerk replied by itatlni: that
chief Juiticq ilcCIuro waitboonly dluctit
ingjiidKn on thut occAilon, and who had
worn lirooka in, anil the original, trAtitf
cript could not lx fMtihd iho i?oforn jr
TVOTl.S'TlltfKRK.
l.ait nicht Mayor Krnme tolecratilnnl
the prefidont to direct tho United Stntes
troont at thit mint, to nlilit him in t,re.
jarvluj; thipcaco nnil clcnriiip; tho itreeti
or Armed mon. lm ulipatch vras nn.
swored bv Attornnv (idniirnl Wiltlnrn. i..j
dAj-, statlni; that thu gencrnl covornniont.
would not intcrlcro.
THE FI.AO.
The United hlntti fltt; float, from the
balcony of, .tho Anthony. Houiu, and a
bi band enlivened mattori,tlila.'ovonln;
by dlicourilhcftnuiic atlhAt point
THOOI'8 ABHIVIMJ.
Beteral compnnloa share Arrived frota
tha co unify tbli.ureiiiilg to reinlnrio (tor.
Uaiter.
IlIl'BIVEO Of TIIKIIt LIllKUTr.
Mr. Brooka hai laid formal complaints
before Col. ltoio, tbo pott commanJlnt,
thAt partici Iiavo been deprived of their
liberty bv Gov. liaxter'a forcea, ncd has
aakod thAt Unltod StAtu troopi interfile
to prott""t t.oi. Col. Itoio hui diM'llntd
to Interfere. b" k in -aica vhoro
Mr. Brook' troopi hvn nrrostod cltizinf.
' oov. 1IAXTEH
i..f-.- afnllni.
rcfuics to tn.ko any coinpiuiu,
that ho is able not only tc prolni hlmiolf
but all thu oltlzenf, and Hki nollllr'c
(Jot. Haxtor Hill holdi Iho telegraph of.
fico. Mr, llrooki hai tappea ra
In front ot the State homo, and bin an
oparAtor in that building.
rrjk( Isotied tho ful-
inuovonui jr. uh
lowing
i-hov-uamation;
To thu pooplo of Arkansaa.
KlUhA-llAiUr, nretonding to be (jovur
nor iJ"tuo ArkanjA, on lb 10th
inat.. iwued a proclamation pUcing tho
county of Pulaski undeTTnartiAllaw und
hut called, io I am informed, upon the
militia of the ttAte to aid bitn in reslitlng
and letting law .UlUnoo:
I ara chnrReil by tho constitution and
onjoinod by oath of oillco to son that laws
Are promptly and faithfully ux
ecutod. An attompt to lot uido
nivil law bv ono who has
oy a court ot computum
tnrT.dlction not to bo the Governor nt Ar
.nd ftt a time when tho 1'ro.idont
of thu United Statosuai notified, lilm tlmt
1.1 '
be CADDOl rucognio uim am uoxeruur uinii
r: t. ij ,a k. HUr,im
, AtorKin . :
niM. raonhthn lonirflr tOlerutOUJi X U0
- - " - 7 ' . ' -. " . ... i . I
airo'to avold1,,,''rt'J r4 a destruction
of private' proportr. Rut 'vrltJlo
.1.1 a no. 1 cannoi ail luiy uy n,i ,en tlin
prlvato property of the citizens ana tho
. ........ ...Ut.n.i, .nmnnnl.llnn 1.
.n u.ninrl mob.acd noacoful citizens haltod
nj ma treatQU uuuer;igni 01 uio capital.
In tho Intorestof. peaoo and good order 1
,,.pt and command all tiorions who
nay havo beon deluded Into rallying to tho
standard of ft pretender, to lay down thulr
arms and return within twenty-four hours.
: If this Inlunctton bo !disregardod 1
.hall bo compelled to tako such moasures
a. mill, in rav opinion, result in mo sup.
presslon Ol uiaoruer.anu rosioriug iuu
poace and, qhlet 'ot tboi , State. I do not
WAOt tO UO JII.WCU UU IUU ltUlt...lJ V.
n.nilmlnB martial law, believing as
I do that lile and proporty can be
t.nttnr nrotected under tno civil law. isut
if my request Is disregarded, tboso dlsro-.
cardinK muii noi compiain oi mim i m
Itoro tor allium jiuuipujuuiuBu. umj uu
tnnthed OUt.
in test monv whoreot l uavo nuraunto
set mv hand nnd caused tho groat soal of
... . 1 1 .1 ll. TJ..1.
tbo elalo to no amxeu m wm u j-iiuio
Rock, this 18th day or April, a. jl. ;a,4
DlgnOU, llU3B.i AJIWWilp,
" Governor of Arkansas.
Edwaud Camp, Soc'y of State
Till! STATU SKAI..
Tho itato.bouaij party broke' opon tho
Bfn nnd obtained tho seal of tlio htato.
Gov. Raxter has not yot extondod his linos
around the atato nouso.
lt ixter ha from 1.000 to 1.G00 mon un
tar arms, and tho nuinbor is being con
stantly increased, too etaie noujo nas
about 'JOU.
XAVORS IIAXTER.
Adrloca hero Indlcato. that Fiosjdont
Gunt is favorab o totUttxteribollovlng
Ulm to bo tho legal Governor. Tbii nas
Impressed a'onlUUuce in BaxorJ
No ono can naia un or uown vim aireuia
to-night without tho countersign or haying
tho pass ot somo olllcnr.
hi NAN Ol A L,
New lonu, April 18.
'Monbvobmd at 4 por cent. Voreicn
aiohanoo quiet at 4 0 for sixty davn. and
4 88 demand. Gold oponed and closed at
1 13J. Katos for carrying 2J4 per ct.;
flat, and anally a per ft, f tearance swa,.
OOOloOO. Assistant trbisurer pild out ilur-
Inetha week $103,000, ana rocoivea ?M7,
000 tor outtomi.
i lUjMyui. A
bTOi,btik TTix,r,xr&, aoaaxama srai
CAIRO,
FOREIGN.
THE PAXNJi IN CAL
CUTTA passing;
'AWAY-."
HOSTILITIES IN TJIE NORTH
OP SPAIN SUSPENDED.
.MISCELLANEOUS
NEWS.
PORK MIX
CALCUTTA.
Lonwjj?, Apill 16 bitpaUhtii, froiii
Calcuttn rtatu that tho condition of tho
farnlno-ntl'tfcted dlatflcts it improving.
OI'AIN.
Mawio, 'April 18. Uoitnillta In tho
north aro impended In consoiiuenco of ox
ceniro bad weather.
FRANCE.
l'XMf. Ahrll IS. - J
ini; from Utltaso of thu htnrt. uml l.t-
phyilclana havo' Ihformftd' him that ho
muit al.dain from pomicii.
KNOLAND.
I.OSIHO.V. Anrll 13 Thn hunt;, itt.l
hridtret.iihtfauTliutnua wijro crowded thl
afternoon by thoujAtida of peoplo (;athorod
to wltiim thu promlecd treat tleof tho
river, nnd In antlclnation of which thn
peoplo of J.urnbAth and other low dis
trict! havo raised dykcH. Tho tldo did
rlio to an unuiual height and is now obb
inff, hut uo damago was. done.
I.ivintrMton'a crav it In tbo cnntral
part ot tho wost navo of "Wostminstor ab
boy, noar that of Stophenson, acelobrated
tnii'unian.
GIVE,
''Ask and it Shall bo
Given
Unto You."
FLOOD FAMINE
AND
STARVATION,
An Appeal for
Aid.
!, tKtVv,iiAEIj'p, Aprlj'l's-Th'fjpw.
ing was telegraphed to-day :" '
To tho Mayors of tho principal citios
Owing to an unoxpected overllow of tho
Mlssiiilppi river and its lower branch..,
by which rnoro than ono thduiand miles
of our state are submerged, many thous
ands of families aro ruined In tholr fnr.
.tune and aro threatened ,wjtu starvation.
" xoyonu mo means ot our citizens who
bavo ojcaiicd from this great calamity, to
glvo adequate relief to the tunorors. ' I
have thcreforo thought it proper to civo
an opportunity to your citizens to aid.
nie contribution of the philanthropic aro
earnestly solicited for these victums of tl.o
Uv fold visitation, flood and famine
Signod L. A. -Viltz, .Mayor.
"AT l.i ii r TrriTi-
ONE
THOUSAND JiAP.ORERS
DISPHARCED.
IDENTITY OF A SHCIDIST.
'ra Vniii:. Anrll IB Tho cominil-
aionors of, parki to-day discharged 1000
laborers, tho uonstrucuon mnu uciug oa.-
hautted.
The mayor rcceivod a telegram from
Xayor WUtz, of Now Orleans, atklnp f or
contributions Irom the cltlzons of New-
York for the rolief of many thousand
families in Louisiana, ruinod in fortunes
and threatened with starvation by tho
overflow of tbo Miislrsippl river and its
lower branches.
Albert Walnor, wbo committed suoide
at hotel in Iloboken ? month ago, turns
out to bo Johnson Kralvel. Jwho was in
tho Royal Hungarian treasury and who
absconded with fifty thousand dollars'
worth of ra road bonds. Owneri or
tlio bonds, have begun suit to recover
20.000 dol ars in monov ana valuables
found In bis possession at tbo time of his
uenur
Judeo Blackford has ordorod that tho
books of JUattifc JJciyd, seised by tho Cus
tom house authorities, bo roturned to the.
Ilrm. Ho rofosed to allow tho district at
tornoy to keep tho books longer for, tral
an tlio ground mat tory woraoniy ioizou
for tho Inrormatlon ot me collector, who
bad sulllclent tirno to cxamlno thorn.
LUDICEROUS.
jKFn:nsoNVti.i.E, April li!. A solemn
but ludicrous. aocne of. an apparently so
licltio naturo occurrod this ji. m. In this
city. Whtlo'thocrusadorB woro In Iho
streot besieging uromers taioun, a m
namod Aloxandi)r, said to no a portrait
palntor and actor 4rotn Lodisville, Uy.,
knelt in prayor with tho crusaders and
whilo a fervent prayer wa boing otlerod
up great toars trickled down big cheoks.
Tim nriinailnra surrounded hini and pro.
sontod their pledgo, but ho quietly anook
his hoad, crossod tho street, entered Falls
City hotel, took two annus oi wnisay auu
with ft bland smi!e left for Louisvlllo.
TitTsiiitiiio' Ariril 18. Hon. A. 1. Cal
low, Mayor of Allegheny City, diod atj hisi
rcsldonco tins lorenoon. no was sorving
Ilia tocond term as Mayor ot that city. Ho
to'rvoil'ln Iho lato war af'A'duiant of tho
102d;l'oflnsylvania VoluntoersK receiving
a sovoro wound, from which bo no'verion-
tlroly recovered. This, with a complica
tion or diseases, caused his death. II o was
also a member of the, International Typo
graphical 'Union'." I
.i . i 1
R1VKR.NKWS BYTELEGRAl'U.
l'lTTAiiuitri. April 18. River ll.l loot
and rising; wcathor cloudy, warm aiiirl
pleasant. . , i
Cixcimmati, April 18. Rlvor 3r, feet
and rising Dopartpd W .&kilongor,
rilUburg: lien rranunn, .iiuiupuin, .iouu
Kilgour,1 NowiOrleane.
VioKSiiuno, April 18. Wps latinio
Lowla, Frank l'Argoud. Down: John F.
Tollo, Ohas. Bodmann. AVeathor cloudy'
and cool. Rlvor rising. ( ; ,
lMTiannito. April 18. River 11 fot 4
Inchea and rlslnc. Arrived Thoa Mean
win, .(tnw of Iron ore.i fy Miller
I' . " . ' i.liil ll.l.'Aflnftlnw
leave lor uincinnati ti ii"'h'
NkObj-sash,, April W;a
PUNDAV. APRIL f 0, 187-1:'
Dopartud Warner and barKfi, Clncin
oiimier, 01. i.ouic; rainy: river 0
..iuua ooiow tlio high waUr of 1871 and
tailing,
... ?"inf,'i:' APf" I8.-llIvcr falllnK
dlcKtfoni of rain. Arrivod Ella llup,.
, Pl'or Oumborlg-mi; Df parted-Silver-
...mi, r.viiunviuo.
EvAN&yiM.n, April IS AVv.MUr clear
till noon but now cloudy, Morrnry 412
to CO. Ulvor 3G foot and fallitif;. Down
Mary Aruont at midnight, timr.,! r.Ln
at 9:30 a. m , Orcy Kaijlo at I p. M. Up
ii it' . " .r . i Arkamaa
UelloAt o , Oca Robert at B p, ,., Alio
Cheney Hello No.. I and Charmer nt 10.
liiisincts llht.
.Louisvii.m:. Anril IH Ti.a !..-. :
?-.tin?:,',w4h. ,nd'1'1 Hiofarml
; ' " rl"'t" on Iho
falli. J ho weather it w and p0aftt.t,
and kmlnwi god. Up -IVt Ll'r, to
Cincinnati. Dow.i Nonn. T,ni!..ii
tows or coai.arrivcd from J'lltibttrg Tho
ioitowiD( towboatj, with towa of coal, do
parted or coin? ,to-nli;ht or to-morrow bo
low Grand lako and Oakland; .1. Sharp,
McDonald, Simpson, Homer, Alien
Hrowrf. Ham. BroWD, Jno. Gllmore.
Smoky City. The Simpjon Rornor ar
rived to-day from New Orloani with 18
empty barges. Sho took down 18 loaded
one, and vm 18 day miklnp tho round
trip. Roata In port-Robert MUcboll.
MARKET
REPORT.
ST.
LOUIS.
St. Louu, April 18
Jir.M 1' Dull and unchanged
FLOUR Stoadv. Chole,. Crt
I'C 60;
hlghor trrades heavv.
WDKAT Xo 2sprlnn in Uotnand and
Ormatl 01 20; fall No 2 red In de
mand and.firm at 1 611 65; No U 1 41
l .43. .
' CORN In demand and higher. No
3 mixed regular cash C7C7i; do sellor
for May 6S.
OATS Firm. Nd 1! tnlxad C05l.
UA1II.EY Firmor and mostly hold
higher.
RYE Firmer. No 2 00,
FORK Firmer at 17.
DRY SALT MEAT3-fl.tlls , looso
shoulders Kaunas City buyors for April
0; round looso lots clear rib hold nt 8J;
clear O.
1JACON Strong and advancing; looso
houldora C; clear rib DJ; clear lidos !);
country ham 0.1! packod shouldors CIo7i7;
clear rib SJOJ.
LARU l'rimo steam ealabloOJ; stocks
held out of tho market.
WHISKY-QuiotatOI.
HOGS Quiet at 4 CC5 05.
CATTLE Dull and unchanged.
CHICAGO.
CifiCAQO. Anril IS.
FLOUR Qulot and unchanged.
WHEAT Dull, unsettled and lower;
No. 1 sprint', 1 32! 3iM; No. 2, 1 2C on
epat 1 27 May, 1 'fj Juno; No. 3, 1 20 J
Si).;y mixed, Clj(;ji04; spot, 04;'fcijos;
May, 06(651; Juno now JNo. 11 inixod,
C3'C3l.
OATS Dull and lower; No. 2, 1D1
cash.
RYE Quiet and unchanged at!)2(03.
BARLEY uiet and unchanged nt 02
injlUf Activo and advanced; 10 65
cash. 10 CO May, 10 80 Juno.
LARD Quiet and weak; cash, 0 SO
.n nr, .Tune.
BULK .MEATS-rrCood iK'mand at full
PrHIGHWINES Unsettled at 0I95.
,EW ORLEANS. .
"NKVi" UltLEAMt, April 18.
CORN Wnr. Y'cll6w"82; wliTto 63-
"l'ORK Firm nt 17 60 for ovon weight
and 18 forever weight.
LARD Scarcoand tinner, liorcu 9J
10; keg 101(31L
SUGAR rirni; common Cji; fuirlo
fully fair 7J; primoto strictly primo 81-
COFFEE (iuict. Uoiilors' stock
7 -inn- tmoa In lirst hand 5.200: ordinary
212i fuir, 2ag231;good ii3j2l; prime
TO THE 1'UllLIC.
Wa linvn lust ononed out ono of tho
Jurceft A"d .(Juett stocks.of Dry
Goods
Notion, llootaand'Shoos aver brought to
this cltv. In"our stock of Dry Goods can
,n fr.nn.1 l.Kwiia In ilia vory latost of
stvl.i. 'Plift Tnrrtlnil Aro bountiful, alto
nro tho Jananeso Silks and Popliiif.
Aipaccas can be soen in all shades, cordlJd
and plain. Swiss, tho very iineai.
nrl.- nnd Vlctnrlii I.nwns. Silks and Silk
trjmmlngs in beautiful colors. Damoslid
anil f'uUnn Ihn ottnii09t and flnost stock
in the citv: also a larco stock of ploco
coods, such in Cttsslmeres, Coltonados,
Lawsn. T and M Linen. Checks, otc, otc,
Our stock ofuhoes is very largo and
wo'dof v competition. Our stock of gloves
u larno and will bo sold vory cheap
havo also just rocolvcd OUu uozen oi
Coats' and Clark's cotton throad whlch,wo
ollor at 6 cunt por spool. Our roasbns
for appearing before tbo public In this
mantior'istliat w liavo never kopt o
largo nnd lino a stock or good as wo now
have. Wo ask a liberal patronage of tho
p.u'bHc, us yo havbVuTcbaied our goods
for.casb ami can iiuorii to foh in"" -mi"
AVo'aeli jmrtiM to call nnd look through
our goods, as v:o Dnd U notruutilotnshow
goods. AVo aro dutermincd to sell as Wu'ap
asany hr.u.o'11' tho city if not cheaper.
In fact,-wo defy competition l many
nrtlc'Ici.' as wq hunirgbods for 'ab, n"d
"i l.i" .Jl..iV'Vi1acn 't.i imv. and aro
puuii in" .o"' -
always on tbo lookout for bargains.
Our thanks W pritronago heretofore,
hoping wo will etlll retain a portion of
tho'saiiu) inHhb futu'rd '.
Daniki. Haktman iv to ,
Cor,Slxtli at. apd Commercial avo.
Htki andKxtcti8lon Ladders, Sand
Scrcoiis, RiddlcaSlovbs; Shovols, Spado,
Forks, Hoo?, Rakos, AVatorCloeot Urlniils,
Kitcben and Com, Pool, Sink, Clobea
'5.',.L.'.J VflliltinJ HnrOiV 'f'ln'thhs I.ineMl
xine,ui?i Yrf.t -rrr-'.'m. .vi-rv ., i
arid.' in fact, a lull assortment; of kiUen
Hn.Ti v ! Thi Mary Houston Ii
duo. Tho tearlcM ami lloriet, with flvo
barges of iron uio, H(wn(lt.(i ',), f.lt.
Tho Unar. Raltlc and Kami lirow... ..."
. ir.... r...nt.t.tn ..nn.i. y. "A - iiai., ,jav... . i, v.,. w.i... .ah' ' 1 ' I no iorwiB ,..,
. anu.U.-..U, !uu.-S! .,,1.1 ny order oryin,'.' "'Vuv (;rrk..M lv,li -iWiJH.u.ft11wffJ,Wl'i1Bi
lev w..u,nB .yen! , ;, r?. ... , ; . Jfrtfi ' j 'f Lm Jl(M m, .aaiU
"f'.V.-ii.. It ' "'' J. I'll .1 , i ..... ,.W1!)J. ,(t;W oiJ jKh-jmIL .'.ilcilvi Olll 10 IIOlIlOilOTI
, i ii a m.m i- i .iimj iivii o n . ..ii 'LJiid i iinej in iC"1 ''J'W ' " s""' v-t
I i, ( I I ,1. ul -. I u" i
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
ROOMS. 'l'O RENT.
In Wilcox block, AYahlngton avoniin,
at too lowest tigurcs. 10 - .;i-t(
FOR HALE. "
Second-hand clothing, watcho,JowcJry,
pistols, A-c, bought and sold. Also a let
Urussela' carp6t, furnlturo, ..(,., for sale.
Opposltn Cairo and Vlnconnes railroad
depot. WJ 2-27-tfJ M.CoV.nk
WILCUxT "
Tkn pounds of brown sugar for tl ;
pounds best ccflno sugar at 51,, 3 pounds
of cholco butter at $1; baking powder 15y
per in-, imperial tea nt $1; potatoes 30
cents por pixk ; ;i llu colTeo fl.at Wilcox's
RIock. 1071! I.lm.
FOR HALE.
Two llatttirlo of tvo Ilollerf, ea'b 24
foot lonu, 12 Inch Dram, 2 1 1 Inch Fluoa
with firofronta. M ltd and Stoum drums
Safuty and Mud valvos, Chimney and
Brltchin, all complotu and in first-class
Wnr'- hoot Ued only throo tnontbs. Fo
prien, cic, inquire nr .r. -r,
-a;utrj yulonn Iron Worlss.
union" 'bakery.
Frank Kratky doslre that tho public
abend know that hu it prepared to drlivor
bread of good quality and quantity, for
littlo money, in any part of tbo city.
(Jive him your order!,, mid than .look 'out
for tho
RED WAriON
by which ho will deliver to you tbo stall'
of Ufa. 271.3-2tJ.lm
Full supply' of Domestic papor pattorns
of tho latect spring atyios JubI roccived nt
tho ngoncy, Hakion'h Rook Stoue.
D1-1-1U-H
Mns. Kujuolii la prepared to iii.kauii
and I'KU.ns hata and bonnets in tho most
approved stylo, and In a manner to glvo
cntiro satisfaction. Call at Lor rcsldenco
on Fifteenth street between Wnlnnt and
Cedar. 2nG-3.15.tf
Tub MnMiTOKr-Vor tho Monitor, tbo
bout coal Cnok Stovo ever mado or thd
Fashion, tho champion wood Cook of the
AYcst, go to A. Ilalloy', 1C3 Washngto
avenue, near Tenth
etrcct.
1.17.1m
Fok Srov, Tinwaro,toilotwAro, stoam
cooking vcssols, broiler;, bird cages, Inn
terns, gato sprinp, y&to binges, tablo and
picket cutlery, fluting irons. ,AUa for
rooflnj;, yuttors and spouting, go to A.
Halloj'j, 103 Washington avenue, near
Tonth itrcot. ,CC l-FMra.
FoH Salk: Singer Sowing Mnchlno,
nearly now, with all improvement.
Term, easy. 3Iachinos (all. makes) taken
in exchange for iho Light Running ''Do
mestic' at liberal prices, ut Uannon's
ii. ; t
Br.NIr.vti. l'artloa haviiig complotu j
volumes of books, such as Hbakspc'ho,'
Eyron, Moore, History of tho'World, cut
cyclopiolias, Rlblol, porlodlcah inuslo,
otc, which thy dcslro to havo rebound,
will do well to consult J,'C. Uuols at tbo
Cairo City Bindery; Bulletin bulldiiji,',
before giving tbom to agonta of foreign
Ml&blishments. Mr. lluols invites an m-
spection of his work and prices.
OA-
i-io-aw
-Jin., M. Bwaoder bus juat (illbd.
her atoro Toom with a lino stocii. ot
apring millinery and all kinds ot lancy
goods and notions, tier roauy-irimouia
bats and bonnets eurpnis anyu.inu ovor
brouglit to Cairo ; tlio youtiR litul tho old
lndv. tho bride and tho widow will llnd
amonc tbom lust what alio wants n tbo,
wav of a bat or bonnet. Mrs. Swaadqr
has also brouclit a beautiful assortmont'of
flowers and trimmings, fash ribbons, col
nniinrlioves.'otc.. etc. Tho Judioa
aro especially invited, to'call aridoxamlno
itoods abd prices: 'All goods marked in
'plain figures. 17-1-5-lm.
Assign ocs Sale
' OF '
Oiieeiibwnre, ihiim. t!lsiWiiro,' Rof fc-
cnliittn and Yellow TYnvc, Htonewnrc,
China Ornaments and Toys, rancj
nAiu I'tiiti'divnrc. 'ianio una
PocWot Cutlery, I,riinpr, 'ranji
1 1 Clilmnoyiii Lamji'JCrlmmtngs,
Looking 'tilhsses, etc.
t.. f.. ...m-i. vi ii d of iroods.bt'loiiglnv; to a
Kint ZlMh
QUEENSW ARB
8TOBB '
J-.ir tho iti'M lxt.v ilajh I will OllVr the
ni.nv,. i-rnil, ( and below' cOLforra-b only.
iho goods' must ho soldto clotcthccoiu erii,
,m,.i urn Pilieolallv'lllVltCil.'l'illnt to
.onieand -e for lliem-eho or aetut tboir
orders In iUlifi'essii lguarant.'.i wtlifAi'llon
,1, T. Tlllll..(
Algn0 of I'aoon, Duvls Alec.
Cal.io, III., April io, ip
Nollco lb'r'l;Klvi'Utm
'ut iViv of-April, A. !., lhil.ii K'v ",'
dion wuU.oi') lu the cUf o
viiiulcr iouniy, Maip .
1. x tun " vVi ue;in,tb Socond.Wiud, at tbo
deCtlol 01-tlio lollpwln!,' nameii '''"', "
i. itm rM to-nlti A olty clorki a city ttvu.
x w n'.lty ' ul ornuy, ii iu ahleriuau .l -iiiii
I'Sf iV Wniii. fur tho form of two ra'.'1', ,!'"
a d 'rnianfrom tlio I'lrat 'Ward, to
5 a sanoy caused l.y tho rumova .f ( Ml a
itivbv ti-oiu tho city, am ,oihi aldirin.iniioin
t o Hc'on I V r. I. t'.illl Iho vaean.'S' m
Fur Oil' iiuriosi of i-ulil b'1 110,1'!, ,"j ,,,
!!" ?h Ji i 'Z mi n ivlal and Wash-
Tb id warn, ai uiu ttrcol.ta proparen n ;'"", lunuble II
in the I'ouit l.Waid, at .llHi t'oiirt j "l'""!, i the llateH and mot a!L,i0i7i n J lio w
-L'M sTf . A ' '
aaaaaaai w r
Lowest Prices in the 0H
BURGER'S
lo.i.ci vi juiutircctatincouimojcial avenue,- where maybe -jfewthe
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST
STOCK OP w jdonL oiIT
DRESS GOODS lit -'Ghfc&L
iopln,.., Diagonal, Caalimcrci),,aii j Spring Drcs qaoalL.oWasji
vflucb -',
' ! i od wnlod cqoo;
DEFY COMPETITION.
TVMfM'Jnou JimbroMeriis, efc Tfcjj, , OIovw, Cuffi, and Iofidiri'inltfW
A TULt LIVE .OP-' i,'n-MbxAllSSi
Ladies' ,aad Childr.n'. , Sho
llurgcr kcopa right up with the times, -anti .offer, no u;ood). l, tbMW fTltrfk
aro new, olcjraut nnd stylish, and cordialjy bvitCB tlio people.of GaP faxi
him a call and examine his stock. . v, ilr-r'
Phil. H.
Has
REMOVED
CONFECTIONERY
in. "ri lo aiiouaiva ri
TO
Washington Ave.
i
CAIRO,
" j
Ti
ii'tH is iho only (ilaeo in thc'Cify
an and French Candied All, I
tncrtcati
nwol l
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
CITY NATIONAL BAN IT,
CAlljq
orricsuu:
A. li. HAFKORD.i'rotridoliti
c.iitivl nu 1I.1r.ic1itfnf
U. UYSLOl'. Seorotary and TroanUror
itainoai i
Vt M, llAUCUT,
K. II. HfociftaTU,-
K. li, OUNMitUH
OUJ.I. UillGU.k,
U. 1. UiU.ij',
M. PtriLLin. I .
Dnoalta t iy A.ouutUi)C4voalro
' Tn Oenu upwara
Mm upwaru..
'JiTKKEBT paid on UauouU" althn 'ol air
nerornt. por aanum, March let and Saptotn-
nor lst. 1torptnotlHltharo'waI A(JJeI
llaluir to trip prinoiroi ui mo uopi
Ktvlnirtbiiiii eoiDponad latrat. - t '
If AoRZSI WUUAil AJ1JJ v. . ........ 11 -.
DW'OSIT ItfOKRT
- . . UA,.a vtSiKlMMllW If. I
t mi T'l-A IW vrm mm m- " - - f i
THKC1TV NA!10NAlJ
. ., .11 il : . .. . '..iju
4) a.u. .,',a...'.fSTo1(j
..w!djil-T-.(i 1.7.
CAPITAL
.1
DlOO.fWC
.. ,110
v ii,;q
,iT
QtticerAl
. t;
A..MAl'r'OIO),0lltl . I, )
wAlri'.i ayiiLoi", Ausn ciiiif
HtAtaT,"''"
fl!,ur Ii. Hallii'aT,
HbMkvll.CtfAAiaai'
W. A . Illl-I.iui,
..-..l.i.unM. IJCUU ' . I
' - - ,UM:
.ottaa kib. -
DICPOtttTV), MOtltW, ant
a' j;u8rl banljtni
MiHiaarn 'in""
FIRST NATIONAIvf
It. V. MH.LKH, i'lesldonl,
J. M. Fin urn, iVlco-Fron dont.
OlIAH. OlINNIKUHAM, CAdhlor.
JOLLEOTJONM 'l'ROMin'I MXX
EvniiANOK. eM;i bank Oft
miMaaiir'tJcabouahtaiuli
. ..,ll"Allnw..i '
acton ,il Matto
Iriolil. I
un lwi"
SPECIAL KOT10ES.
cil mm . 'Ill
li btroet.1 be
I llnnt mill ktlOU IIJAKCr,'! HUI
tweeu Wasblugtoii a) emit)
and I'l'l'lAr
aifoe
aaaioa
,
I
HAItBH I
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tn" ...-n-r-.v M-'lmolaami aooea
ui,.. hiH cH JfllU to-lOin1 iHlsfBU
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, '13 Ro ' jiuaiit vj
n loom rJi jjuiinii
LwVTL'rmn!j
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in. ndt w ailouaiva ?J
it' .11 iiilol. lent
ir 4 cJ ii.. jT. (.jl.it
ui j t j.'.L j ri eU
Cop. Bm;Sijo
7 t I r, , I'JtSt 1 2
, uoLiaaifiiiT
ILLINOIS
i . , '-. .11 Olai f it lZD t2lf
where there is a GoWril''Aoiiriieniof
nsk is to call and oxmlsei'lhett'-for
;t if jld 'Uif.K
145-12.:
ft
Mnil nil
iili
('UMMIMIOS MEJpCHAHTfi.'1 i
i. I -JAO M Oi TlfiWlti
?J3XCLUfcttVil;ir .iLOTSi
MILLERS' CrteNl6'1
l I 'j ' i i, ' .jii:jgt
CAIRO,, lhS,i , ,
.JOHN B. PHIL-IS ON,
tSuceeiaorto Jotin'Brbflli's;)'1- '
General Qompaisipn
FORWARDING MROrMrifSi1 X
'DcAlbrsulFswuillI'n'!
irAY.dORN, ' ",V"rI,'1Ur
iiAiiAliVtiRX&
. uvj iloT30iili3'v
. t:oR.TENTIlfT(iOHlOM5Kinir
CAIRO. iLfxUoyttA
N.ll.,TJUatUtVuou.u uniirsJafflatotlewood
i ' THISTLE WiDOLVa CO!
j . ,, : a- o iiftc B-ioqc'lSVfOH
,, . ,,i .,., flENKIlMrf&nIlt tot
a LuiapLinvr.7iiir.
i r
OAlltQi ILttNOI
(in;
W.Strattoa Jl .""""l aP.
' I An. Ml -.I
STRATTbWMWi
; Wlioloaal io Grocers,
i ' 1 1 1 If
t. CommisiQi Jercjiu, L,
;VBoita AipttviFW1Kw?4flrrfJo,W?ny
its? oifjajixrJCf?,loilOiid
n.ni4tiiu'l '"" 0(11 oJflJoiuui
Commission "ilerwttnwu.
PARKErtfitAlaEYv;
, ,uv r" vituSuou okoiI
And Otjf10jo .zK
t- t
Commission" wcuni&
NORTHERlf il 1
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1 L.i'liL I'MT'WLjtfnMtiAn.
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