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KAILROADN.
TIAIJfl CARD.
ILLINOIS OF.NTKAL HA'UOAU,
TKAINH LI AVE CAIJ
Mall tit 2:110 A.m., Dally,
Kxpror. :i:HO p.m., '
I'relghta i-M a m.,... except Sunday
KreIMt Rt ....11:f."i a.m.,,... '
Krilglitat . 1:00 l.tii. . "
AtllllVK A'l C.UItO.
Mull at i-M a.m., Dully
t.xprcssut M:Ofi p.m except holiday
Freight t ,. .1l:ir a.m.,...,('.uciit Monday
Freight Rt "sin p.m., except Nttmlay
Freight at..... 1":00 p.m " "
168 'MT-tf. .Tames JOHNflo.v, Apit
TUB CAIRO AND VINOKNNAS
KAIlKOAD.
ciianuk ir riHi:.
On and alter Holiday, February '.'J, 1571,
trtlni will run ai follows :
(WISH NOItTH.
I'.l-sctiRer. Freight.
Cairo, leave !i:(Ki a.m.
n;U.' a.m.
t,:X. "
H-.n
11 irt
I .1 P.M.
I!:.!..
l:p A:M.
U'Ji't
7:IH '
l:'JO
Mouna city, Iiiivc...... ru'Ji "
Vienna, Iomp (1:13 "
Harrliburtf, lcae H:l! "
Norrl City, leave :!:. "
Oirmi, nrrlvc.... H;,V)
t'.inni. leave MM '
Grayvllle, leave ..10:10 '
Mount Ciiinic,hu e.... U:'li "
llnrmiM, leave 12:2.1 P.M.
(.A.M..Iiiiictloii,arrii-.12i "
OOI.VCI SOUTH.
Iisem:cr. Ilii'tulit,
O..VM.Jlllitlmi, Icau-.. 7:ir..,..M.
Vlmcime", leave 7:2.1 " 7;im
.Mount ('nrmcl. leal .... ftt " IMKI '
(.ra.lllc. leaio :1M " 10:17
;ii ml. iirrlM' MM") " "
( ariill, IcAlo 10:111 " (i:l." ..t.
.Snril ( Itv. leaio ,...10:11 " 7:IM
llairi'lilirvli. Ieae. .. .11:1! ' h:M
, iclina, leave .-. 1:17 I'.M. 12:1.1 lU.
MiiiiuiU'llv, lean- 2:12 :i:M "
.in, arm :S:U " .'I: ID
MOUKI' UITY ACCOM MOPATIOH.
.cavu Cairo at 11:30 a.m. nml r:l.i p.ia
cave ilotiiid City at 12:3.1 p.m. ur.d(S:Mp in.
I rel -lit tratni Hop out night at Cinnl:
u In, in tlieie a mixed train, h-iiiliijc nt
"i a. in ; lealln;: X'ilii-unne-" at 7 p.m. tin-
.mi v i niiu fur return t rip.
CONNKClillSl.
t ( nlro with the .MMippl Cciilnil.
lolule nu ) (lliiu, for nil point rout: alio.
.rkan-a ami I t lor all point In Alkali
I ami Te.vai.
I At Inccnue: Imliauspoliiand Yineeiincii
j II way ltirlmlumpliaml all point nortli,
i-t ami wot; with Kvntmilile ami Craw
rl ille railway for Kv.nnllic,Tcrra Haute,
Miivllle, Cliluauo ami all point north, oat
ml west; with Ohio ami .MIsMlppl r.ill
ay lor St. Lout-, Louisville, Cincinnati uml
II points cat anil went.
At Norrln City cro-ln;: the Sp'lmjllclil
nl lllnol Southeastern railway.
L. YV. l'AMtxit. (leti'I Bup't.
K 1. Wn.io.f, Oon l l'AMontjur, Ant.
' "-1!'-.tL
I UO, A Mi VNSAS AN D TUX AS
AND CAIRO AND WL
TON KAILKWADS.
The shortest ami only illrcet route Irom
i jlro to JackaOliport, l.lttle Hock, Hot
:' iring, V'tilton, ami all points In ArWanas
j nl the Kouthwct,aiiJ (lahcrtoo, llotltoii,
' altan, 'Austin ami all point In 'IVxth
WKLVK 110UK3 IN ADVANCE OK
.voTiu:iii!ourK.
'I tirniigli tickets, tlirou-li Mil- of lading,
nl liiformitlon a Wi freight rate, pa-
n:r (are, connection, etc., ran he iih-
lu.;.l nt the couuiany's ollicu In Vi'intcrV
jet, corner of Seventh trcet eml Cone
n ial atcuue.
i I. Iks will call at ptlvato rilUnccn an)
ilel for pawenitcif, when orders are It-It
time.
Klraut rullmn pilace tlttpliiK ear- on
nlu'lit trulin.
'I rln run dally, (rfuoday except?, l)lrom
o .uro uiuco ioiiw :
l'ASi;Nii:it.
v.iM a ( aim, ":0O p. III.
cac. lirecnlleld' . I."tp. m
rrf. iit (ireeutielili. !l-!l a. III.
I 'I'I!IS DAILY KXCIII'T I''DA .
t ac ( aim, I2:(l m
cave (ireenlicld, 1:0"' p. lit.
rrive at On clillfld, 'J:: p. III.
rur.ir.HT. daily i:xcfci'TM'iiAV
eavi Cairo, !i:frt a. m.
.eavi j (SreenlleM, lD:il a. m.
vrnke:it (iieenliehl. 12:'U p. m.
1. Axtki.i.. Chlcl Hiulneer.
I. VV KM.
WlliijIAif .l7.AI.LKN,
M"l()KNEY AT LAW
(J A l HO, 1M,1N01.'J.
1 b ijr Klrvt National li.inl;.
S-liWIrn
.SAUUKI. I'
WIIKIaLKK,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
" OAIliO, ILLINOIS.
Orbee over first National hank. y-ir."in
JoLn U.Muluey.
MULKBY
SMIIam C. Mulkoy
& SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAV,'
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
'OiUee: KiKhth mroot, bctweon Comiuor
r;lal mid WaHlilnyton aveuuon.
M( tf.
UKEKN & OILHKUT,
A.TTPHNBY6
OOUN8RLOKU AT LAW,
William H.drvea,
William 11. Ollbort,
MilKBf. Oliver I, .
Oil BO, IU.1N01B.
tWUpeaial attantion nUon to Admlialtr and
it.ainlioat bnolnnn. "
Mnvnu,wn imnuu 7 I wii a nwn
oiTTWT?nnaT. liawu
rilVNIClANN.
U.W. DUNNING, M. D.
KKSIDKNCE corner Nlnlh nml "Walnut
mnieu. oilice corner Sixth street and
Ohlolevco. Ofllco hnurlroia 0 a. m., to
in,, hiiiI U p. m
IIjLIAM II. ftMITir, iM. D.
IIKWIDKKUH No. 21. Thirteenth MlVOt.
Iiotwt'.n Wiishlii'.'ton avoiiuo mui 'Walnut
.trout. Ollliic 12il commercial avenue, up
tnlra.
mi. M, HOWARD,
PJLYSICIAN & SURGEON.
JiKI-'ICU 'JOUSKll COMMKUCIAI.
AND SIXTH STUKKT.
AV.
IIICSIDHNCK Seventh Hieit, between
Witlilngtou A v. nml Walnut Street.
202-3-2 l-lf
DR. W.iSLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
ImUis lllrck (up tlniit) Mr.tr Stb titro
HDd wiKhincion avoiiuo.
30-ai-tf. . CAUtO, ILLINOIS.
in . I I w l i t h i ir 11 &
JOUN If. OBEULYi EDITOR;
Reported Exprcss!.y for the Biillctln,
WASHINGTON .
What Was Done in Congrosa
Ycnterday.
Tlic Louisiana Casu Airain
Under Discussion.
HOW SPEECHES ARE
SENT FROM I Hfc.
COMPTROLLEa'S
OFFICE.
M'.NA'H..
Wamii si.tox April 2 1 Tim chair laiJ
Imfora the (lenxlij n commutiioatiuii from
tho it-ertilnry of vnr, etiuluilm; u ilrnft of
it bill in retard to the jiridietloJi of curt
innrlinls. AKo it letter iriiiu luo trntf-
nrer nf the I'liiti'd tiMut trniMialtlin bii
acctiuntii with tho pot olll'jo ilepHrtment.
r.clcrred.
Mr. lilmum!). from the judiclarr cjiii-
mittee, reportii l without atnendiuuiit the
lama bill pajsa 1 by the aenile Ut efioii
for ureatlnL' u court tgr mijuDlciitiii mm
dipuuiiit( curtain monuy rt-culvod into
llio tremury utuier an oritur mnuo uy inu
triliuniil nrmtrntton, constiuilci ty
vlrlun of tho lint iirtielo nf tlio tronty
eoneludo'l at Wiiililnton, .May 8, 1S7I,
i utweeti tho I nitou htatca or Ameririi
hiid tho ('unen of (iroat llri'.ain. l'lnctd
n palondnr.
On motion of JP, fjirtjuit tho voto by
which the bouio bill to Hiiiml tin) 2.',tli
crtion of the colnaitn n:t of which
wan poitpeniil n fuA- ( ftyi r(", was r.con-
MureJ and tho bill plneud on tho calen-
ilar.
Ths mornmu hour lisviiiK oxpirul, luo
ten alii reumod conidnratio:i of tho I.'m-
iriatm bl.l and .Mr. Mornman coii'.luded
his nrciiiiiont cjmmetiffl I yettordey, Hu
JHld tho Heiublican party had aceompliili
wl its wnrk-anJ wu now on thi decline.
He would not say what party would me-
cco-1 it, but thirday of llmt pirty wm
over.
Divi. of Wn'. irt?inU, "Auifn.
Laughter.
.Mnriman,rcsumiii(;.ari;iiO'i ina. .nuwirv
was legally elected governor of I-ouuiana,
Muting that llu txjiird which undertook
to count liolloRi; in ruvur nan any inwiui
ozhtancu whatever. McKnry UeiDn tho
lawful governor of the itato bad tho rljjlit
to tnk-o llio ftato homo und dupere'i ntiy
moh which aemblul there and he 'honld
hhvodono to when that mob wa taking
rioftmion of the tto home.
ICdmoml. introduced hv r.'puft. u bill
toprovilo for n eornmi.iicner on tho
lubjecttif poitnl tele(ri.pby. Knlorred.
Wlndom proented a re-port of ll:o c Jin
mi'.tMi on traniportiition mid made n
lengthy p' h of explanali'in and c.do
ccy ttjeri-of
;i.orniti in-. v oil that rio tliMifi'id ex
tra copi. (if the bili-lio printed. Jlcfcrred.
.Morrill, ol .Maine, callid up inn nouiu
hill to render aail iblo cortaln balmcesof
une.pendel appropriation for tho pay
ment of Ixiunty money to colored soldicr.
aml iiallor. l'el.
The fenato then went into eiecutivu
M.n'ion ktel ocn after adjoiirue'l until
Monduy.
asuinot.iN. I). V, April V-1
Tho utual ant. '.ml diieiiiiioii over the
appropriations fur tho Hgrlenltuinl dn
pu'tment, ipuil icvcral hour r.nd
covered Hie Imnilin' rali(;o of fuljeett,
inch as tho worlhlcunns! nr loci) mup-
propriatnen ol tlm seeds furnifhed, nop-
ply it t; to llio l.oriuwost d ui-n feuds nt
would row only in tho Viilley of tho
I, otter Mlssiiiippl, l.rnl funding d wn
thero a supply i f IVnnsylvnnln ryo and
Iluci;'i county ei.l'.
In thn rotiffD of tho diiuii-iuii, which
was generally ul an umiisiiig and dts-cu-i
e i hurt.ctcr. AViird nfstr'.id that
ioiiiii of the d partmcntB wore making u?n
of olllcinl poitiigo rt'imp' to cirouluto the
speeclKsnf members and on being pressed
for spiicitlcations do narncil tho comp
troller cf currency ns ono of tlio otllcials
who bail thin circulateil tho speechus ot
uvornl members of the eorumittoo on
banking and currency, lie denounced it
a, favoritism, pi tiality, wrong and i.l
most n crimo.
Mr. l'.andall faid tlio fubjict umtlor had
been informally callod to thu attention ot
tlio banking committee. The abti o cc n
alitud in thu comptroller ol tlia curranpy
sending out speeches of tomn mombors
of tho banking committoa to various por
tions and banks, but tho comptroller hnd
stated 8B n Justification that tlio poiUgo
was no greater witli n speocb than it
would havo been on correspondence with
out ono.
A jncmbor Tim epoecb must havo
been very light. (Latignler )
Mr. Ward The practico would involve
favoritism.
Mr.Huidftll I loliovothut tl.o jpecchos
of must of tho mombors of tho bunking
comniltteo woro sent out that way,
Mr. Mtirriman None ofmino.
Mr. ltandall I bol evil it Win tho fault
of tho compotrollcr.
Mr. Knox And 1 tllnk with tho gen
tleman from Illinois Mr. Ward) that tho
thing la n U wrong mid that it is not thu
llrst step in that illro:tion for cnormou.
quantities nf seud' aro soinetiuns sent out
In somu way through tho iigriouctural ile
partmont. Mr. Cobb, of Kansas, olltrod an amcnJ
mnnt, fixing tho postago tn jrlcultural
rcnorti nt lo conts, but on ohjoction of
Millnril of VormoiU, wna rukd out of or
der. Mr. Lawrcnto otl'ered nn amendment,
requiring tho commissioner of agricull-
..... In nl.tnln nml nutillhl A till tut li'a ,1. tn
Miu iu -
tlio production of wool, nnniuil fjoj, etc.,
but It was uiso ruicu out oi oruur.
After the paragraphs routing to tho
agricultural department were disposed of
without uny miiamo ennnges, miu wnen
the tippropriiitions for judical came under
consideration, Dui.lt moved nn amend
ment uxing tho salaty of district judges
In California. Maine. Masiieliusetts. Con-
notieuti Now Vctk, l'oiiinylvfttiia, Now
.Icrsov. Mlirvland, Ohio, Illinois. 1 mil ami.
loivn, kentucliy, MUaouri, Louisianii and
Hhodo lslanu" nt So.OOO, and In nil othor
districts at $1,000. After illxoiiou
tho amendment, was rejected. Tim com
mlttoo thon, after illiposing of I I psges of
hill and leaving only six pages undisposed
of, roso.
Mr. Myors liitrcduced n bill to roponl
tho second section of tho act of tho Ciili of
Inly 187J, which roduecs tho ilutlca on
o.irtaln Imported nrtmles 10 per pent,
ltnferrnd, House then rdjourned,
CAIRO, .SATURDAY. APRIL 23. 1874.
THE FLOOD, THE CEOPS.
Condi. ion oi Affairs
the Overflowed
Region.
in
The l'eoplo Must Have Re
lief or Starve.
TRAINS DELAYEDNO
MAILS, ETQ.
New Orlk.is, April 21. A letter
M cm ft plantar In Carroll J'arnh says:
' I'roni the overlbv? thero will bo
twenty plantations in tbi parish that will
malm no cotton nt nit otuvon placas tlut
may maku half-rropi and t wonty-nlno
that are gool for full crop-. Thu wal-r
from llunnet Uorro and the .Mi Culleii
crevastos linvu oveifl wud thetiraiid I'uint
tettlemetit ami .v.. James I'arish,
lorcing many to leave their
houses ami t' tk protnctioii in other local
ities. A tetoluliou of tlio relief meeting
in the rixtti want, t'nintl Coupiu l'ariih,
states that in oo .sixjuencu ot tho large
iiuniti r of porsons living bthind tho grand
live", having had their homes completely
swept r.way ami nothing saved, they bo I lit;
cut oil Irom all comiminicatiiin with othur
part 'if the parish, it i essuiil ally nnces
ir.ry that imtm lilo relief be ollered to
prevent starvation.
Tho levee company's engineer re
ports tho crovaini at "llickey's byond
control, fully n ijuarterot n ciilu wids and
about ten ftut deep. HlckuT's residence,
a two story frame cotlaga with eight
rooms, was taken up by too uWi and
carrleU to tho back prut oflhe plantation,
whero it lodgot against tree1. Almost tho
ontire parish of Wret Uaton lloiigoiiml tho
wheleof tho I'arish of lhervillo lying on
the rijht bank of tho Mliri-tlppi river,
appenr to bo ucdor water.
A IIAIM CT..IISI.
Tbii forenoon a win! i blowing a lulf
galo from tho nortliwsst. Jix day s nortli
ern, eastern and vfoitern mall uro now
duo. The Groat r.epublic is duo to-mnr-
row with C'.i packages mail matter, j ho
Jackson railroad truftlo near Amito
bridge i washed away. On tbo Mobilo
railroad tho bridgj over l'esrl river I
washed t way nml a portion of tho "West
l'acr.gouln briig" i gone. No train by
either rosil.
T.KLl KK.
St. Louu, April 'Jl Nearly i2,000and
a largo quantity of Hour, corn mo.il, ba
con, otc. was contributed m u few ininiilin
on change to-dav far the benefit of suffer
ers by the overflow in tho lower Misnsf
ippi river. All tbo com!nitlies appointed
V.ed .esday aro lit work but have not re
port! il yet. At a meolii g of the general
ommitteu this afternoon it was decided
to invest (ill money collocted in food und
iippiios and ship then to Mow Orleans in
cliargf. ot nn agent selected by the com
mlttoj who w ill deliver thorn t Mayor
Willr.
ARKANSAS.
The Legislature lo Moot
on
May II-
Brooks
Erecting
Magazines.
Powdor
GOVENOR BAXTER TO
THE PRESIDENT.
!1 Hie
I'eople
I'eace.
wanl is
I. IT 1 l.K Hoc iM April 21. Negotiations
have boon colngon to.daybntween tholwo
hostile parlies to the ell'ucl that bntli shall
retironll their forces except n bodyguard,
until a competent tribunal settles tho quct-
ion r.s to tbo governorship.
Till: LKOISI.ATfllK.
(iocrnor llaxtor has convenod tho leg-
islaturo for that purposo mid propotos to
have thu matter referred back to tlio poo
plu for llnal settlement. -Mr. Ilrooks holds
that lltxter has no powor to call tlio leg
islature logather. Tho latter ii to-day
engaged in orocting
NKW IIAnACAIIEI
nnd a powdor maga.ino in tho rear of tho
.Statu house.
OONK 1I0MK,
Some of his troop3 havo gone homo.
Gov, llaxtcr bus stopped send
ing bis men home. lloth forces,
11s to numbers, nro now
pretty nearly equally divided, llaxter's
aro nearly all whito'men and Brooks' uro
mostly colored.
(lov. llaxtor to-day eont tbo following
telegram to tho president:
lr. !3. Grant, I'rosldont of thu I'lutud
States; In nccordfitico with my corres
pondence with you by tolegrnph, I havo
convened tho legislature for tho llthday
of May- Ihavosont homo part of my
forces and would willingly send tin) bal
ance, except n small bodyguard, but that
llrooks retains his whole force and daily
receives roinforccmants. All tho people
want is Unit peace bo restored nnd tho
legisbitiiro protocted in tho performance
of their legitimate business.
Signed Umshia Haxtich,
(lovernuv of Arkansas.
KO ItKl'LiV.
Col. Jolineon, socretaVy of state, has ns
yet recolved no reply to his demand for
possession of tho publio liuildlngs, of
which ho is custodian nnd bis olllco in
th.u stnto house.
A CO.NTItAIUl'riO.N.
Lieutenant (Jushman, of tho Kith In
fantry, who rotutned from Memphis this
Morning. nutlion.CB and requests a con
tradiction of tho statement telegraphed
from Memphis on Wednesday l;t that
he wont to Momphla in order to telegraph
to thu prosldont becauto of tlio violent
partisan feelinc in the telegraph olllco at
Llttlo Itoek. Ho says hu mado no such
statement, his business to Memphis being
wholly disconnected with thn telegraph
olllco nt this place. In reterenen to Col.
lloso being ilrcd -on by llaxter's mon hn
statos thiit lie guvn that on common ru
mor, not upon anything bo niw
Kverytlung quiet to-nlht.
3miu w miiwif wrrnr r in i iiimTraiiTwmriwrT'rr" ' "J"'"'
Condition of the Crops as
aa Compared with Last
Year.
l.NDIAXAP I.!S, April 21. llio I'.ll.'W-
Ing U an iihitraot ol tho sumnies to I
published to-umrrow by the Na'.i nal
Croji I'.eportor :
'Tim area platitid In Irish poUt"'-'! Inst
your, in thu stales of Illiti. Is, Inlur.e,
Iowa. Cansr, AIInnootM, Miouri, Omo,
and Wiiconiiu, was, in round iium1 erf, ;
604,000 hcros. Tho hniut ir.i reu of '
percentnuo upon which is osliinaU I nt !
nearly 0 per cent., or 'J8,0()0 ncri f. Cur
respondents in Mninetota, Iowa and Wlf
cunsin, cilimale tho proVablfl Itii.reaso In
fcren of barley to bo lit two are six-tonths
per crnnt , us'iompuftd with iftft jear.
'J'ho nerago condition of swine, In the f
elates mIiovh m.mod, shows n very low rate
as compared with the aamu condition at
the euiiio limn last year. Ilopresoutitig
thu Intter by 100 the uVersgo for tbo eight
f lulos is a fraction loss than 81. Nono of
the f talcs named report over HO nnd .Mis
souri returns i. low as 07. Average priced
of leading articles since April Id iiro us
follows : Wheal 1 17, corn 55c, oats 12c,
bay 0 '27. fwimi I potatoes 1 IS. There
is a showing time Mnrch lu'.h of an r.d
vanco on corn, oats i.nd hay, nnd a decline
in wbent, s wino and potato".
J'ROJJA Ml LtTI KB.
AVa-,iiinoton, April Si. On .Saturday
over Nov,- Knghnd tho wind will shift t
north and southeast with Increasing jl&ud
iness nnd over the southern part rail.
Tor louth At antic elati f cloudy nnd
rnlny wenthor with f res h nml brisk wtude
moftly Irom soiitlieast to norlheii't.
Kor Middlo stales and iowerlala region
increasing riorthea't to louthoat winiU
nnd cloudy weather with ruin -cr thu
former section.
1'or (lulf stales, winds shifting to woBt
and north, elenring weather nn, rising
lumperaturo.
I'orTennef eo and Ohio viilloy partly
cloudy weallmr an 1 over thu eaaiirn por
tion light rair.-.
I'rom Mlsouri north and nathwrst
ward over uppor biko region, rlsig totr.
peraturn, brisk, posibly high, jmlherly
winds bearing to wcitwiirdly, ind over
the northern portion ruin.
Tho Mississippi from Cairo Jwn will
continue slowly rising nnd the'lhio full
ing. KIN A INC I A L.
Nlw Voiik, April 'Jl. Mcey 'lr7r,5.
t'.(irlitig Urmcr, IbOj for CO day and -lb9A
sight. Customs rt"clpts 222J00. Gold
liuctuutod, Hetwenll5 ami 1,, cloiing
latter prieo carrying rates froml to C nml
Anally 2. Assistant treasurer disbursed
21, dob eloaringi, 113 millions. !wo small
fiilunes wore reported in golJ it noon to
day. Government bonds fVidy. tilale
bond quiet, t tocks oponcd i-fnr.g and ad
viinced. but afterwards hcvi.iteil a little,
and later graduolly improvii up to and
after the second board, whanprlcoi showed
an i.dvatijoof 1 to po. cont.
RLVEir'KBVc3.
Ni:w Oki.kam, April 1 --o arrival
or departures. Ksining nil '1'. l'.iver
on n stand .
('I.s-ciksati. April 2.-111 7,1 feet
aid falling. Deputed Ande) "Wheel
ing. PmsiiUKn, April 21. Kiveril foot and
lo inche, falliiij steadily. "Wether clear
cool, lloth rivers aro falling wove.
icKsuumi.April 21 Up longworth
D.in City ol Qulney, h iliiir, Katie.
Weatlur tliroatoning ruin, liver roso -inchii
in tbo last lit hours.
St. Lot'is April -M Arri ed Clias
Ilrown, Alieo Hrnwn ari l IWhhgo, Ohio
rive; -Mary Alii'", New Orlans; Hello
l.uUr.-ss ami Mitchell, JJuIittquo Depirt
od Kountz. New Orloiins; Vluning, Illi
nois river; lloliu of Memphis, Memphis;
Hiker, upper .Mississippi; Habtftje, Louis
ville; Hob 15 y, Keokuk. Klver sotionary.
Wofttbur clear nnd v;armer.
I.ouivi:.i.i:, April 21 Hlvir falling
with VI feet 4 inches In thu cann nvd 10
feet 1 inclies in tho cliuto on fuls. Iini
ness fair. Weather cloudy nnd cool,
1'p Molllo Kbert. Down .1. J'. I'arker,
Dick I'ultnn nnd tow, IVarles. Cp'.. L.
H. McCov, of McCoy's Linditg. t)hio,
lied at thft National hotel Int nj;ht. Tho
remuins left by tho O. As M. tn.n to-day.
Tho merchimts nnil river men am siguing
a petition lor tho reduction or total abol
ition of wharfago.
.MARKET REPOHT.
HT. LOUIS.
Sr. Luuh, April -I.
11 KM P Hull nml unchunged.
I'LOUlt Dull nnd weak,162oc lower
to seller.
"W1IKAT Spring unchanged No S
1 tlii; fall, good demand for No 2 red,
othor gradoi. dull; No 3 offered at 1 ".0,
1 :17.1 bid; No i 1 GU1 r,r..
CO'KN Inactive, No J inlxo.l f.;jt7CH,
No i! yellow C?; No 2 mixed, feller .May,
COic , . . .
OATa- lnncttvo nnu easier lor uuycr.',
No'J mlxod olfTjiUlJe.
11AULKV liuiet, No !1 northern 1 to.
KVK Firm I OlKl 02.
I'OUK 10 70(i!,17 00; dry salt moats
lower lor round looao lets, shoulders lij;
clear nh 80Jj cluir sides SO.
IIACON" Kasier for buyers, shoulder.
7J(oAj clear rib 9; clear sides OjnJ;
country thouldurs loose 0J; clear fides t';
hums II.
LA HI) Kinder, primo hlimin tij.
WIILSKY-Sleady,
NKW V011K.
Nkw Yoiik, Apiil 21.
l'LOUH Dull and lower; niperllno
wostorn 0 7i,i 7i; common to good
0 05fSC -15; good lo oboico il C00 75;
whitu wheat X 0 ToQiA 2f,.
WI1KAT Dull and strongly m tho
) buycr'a liivor ut 1 CO; No 2 Chicago 1 r.:t;
i northwest spring I o&Ql 77; No "J Mil
' waukeo 1 40(111 111'.
, KYK-(iuietill 10(7ol in
HAHLKY Dull i.nd declined some
i what.
! UOKN--lIonvy and luwer at 85; new
wo3tern mix'il Sii; clmlco yellow Jersey
' 85(7580; old western mixed nml vellow 8.1-v-'O.
OATS A fhadii llrinot'iit C!0) l; for
nihod wettern 01.
CO I'M'' UK Juiut and un-'hangiid.
IUIG AH l'if'ii nml ilemand nellvo ut
7.WaJ fair to gciil
. 'MOLArlHUS-Qnli't.
I'OUK -Lower; nuw mess spot 17 0';
iliri),x,&, ill II n&MrZr, .,4.
OFFICIAL TAPER
Lowest Fi1c:gs 21 Viif
AT
Cvtiiir of Ninth . t.tut utul Conimeroitil au'iniu, tihcro may ho fonml tho
LARGEST AHB HANDSOMEST
STOCK or
DEESS G-OODS 1ST CAXE,0.
Poplin', Diagonal.-", V; liiucro., ntul Spring Dre CSooiIh, till PolJ at price.
wjiich
While iooil., Kinbioiili'iiw, Nock Tics, Olovo-, ('tiff, nnd .Notion math a
Speciality.
A rULL JuJUi: OF
Ladies' and Qihil&resa's i33aos
Dmcr kct'im rilit up with tho titnc-i. nml offer1- t'o footls lmt thoo which
nro new; cliant ami Mylfoh, nnil cordially invites tlio pooplu of Cairo to yivo
him a call and examine hi.i slock.
1
Washington Aire-
CAIRO,
Tliis is tho only nlnco in the City
American nnd Kronen C'andie.-. All 1
yourself.
May HI 75; Juno 111 0.; July 17 'Si.
ItKKK In fair demand nt 1012; plian
mes- H! M I; X middles quiet nt 10;
long clear 10,
LAHD Lower; prime steam spot 10;
Mnv lo; June 10;; Julv 10J.
WHISKY Dull at U7J(3,y32.
NKW OllLKANS.
Nr.w Om-KAHs, April 'Jl.
li-LOUH Dull, extra f.; XX & 00,
XXX Co37 CO, choice 7 7C)?.
(JOHN (Juiet. whito and vellow $-76.
OATS Dull C'Je.
IIHAN-Seirco 1 10.
HAY Dull, job (ales of primo 21 00;
choice 23 01.
1'OKK Dull, 17 75, sales May rtollv
erv 17 oil; drv suit in-'ats Oi(o,!ll($ti.
HACON Dull, held 7j:10i hfttns
l?i:ti.
JiAHD Scarce and llrm, tiorco 1OJ0
12c: keg 103.11.
SUG AH Sternly, stock 4,R0;.blidf, fair
to fully fair 7mS; primo tc choice 8
!)',c.
m r . A J1 V.4 llnnlr 9 1, l I.Mmniik
AVIltalvY Dull, Loti'l-iniia :; ; Gin-
clnnati l oo.
coi"FKK-(j..ift :iv.:in.-.
(JOHN MHAL-Sv.r.. un-l llrmj Do
'',5'
CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, April 24
l'M-OI H Dull and unchanged.
W11K AT 1 II.
(JOHN Dull atti:,08.
OATS Dull nud unchanged.
KYK-Steadv. Hold ut 1 08.
HAHIjKY Dull and unchanged,
roll 11 (luiot. Held at 10 7o5)17.
LAHD Mendy. Steam 0;lU; kottlo
H'OolOJ.
HIT, I- .,,.- . n..M C.a..1.1.i-j P.?.
JIUl.lt. li n lllll. i1wuliiui;ii- ", ,
CH8J;cloiir 00i spot; PJ bujor till
Soptuuipor 1st.
IIACON" Dull ftt 7; fhc uldcs C 11 flj
!'j; clear yjoT.'.ij.
WIIISKY-Steady nl'.U.
MEM I'll IS.
Muitrnih, April til.
l'LOUH 5 509 .0.
(JOHN MKAL Stonily :. 13.
(JOHN Firm 82(7? 8.
OATS Nominal Hie.
UAY Good domnnd. Good to choico
182-.
IIHAN Roarcn and firm nt l! CO.
LAHD Firm at 10,2lj.
l'OHK Dull and imminal.
IIACON Busier. Shoulders 7f7J;
sides lij10; bams 11I2'.
Tlio currency question is Eli. I unset
tled. CHICAGO.
Chicago, April -I.
l' LOUH (Juiet r.nd wcr.k.
AVHKAT In fair ilomuml and ad
vanced: Nn 1 spring 1 l!ll 21.J for
.May; No .1 1 10 I ui.i.
COHN Fair "doimiful and tidvunccil,
No 2 mixed 03! cash, 03J for May.
OATS-Steudy, No 2 !!! cash, 10 for
May.
UYKQiiiut uml unclmnged
HAHLKY Dull ami unchanged, No 2
1 U)(JiS 00.
l'OHK Unsettled, oiioncd lower ami
j olofoil llrmer with iluulino recovered, 10 M
fur April, 10 20 for May, 10 fiO lor Juno.
I.AHD Fair demand nt lower rate',
'JJ for Juno.
HULK M HAT'S- (Juiet and weak,
shoulders &;o7G;
I WHISKY Steady, 01
ii.itiiir.it-.
! " )ANIKL LAMPKUT,
, KASHlONAliLIO UAlil.RH
I A.VIi
Kllilitll MITi't, lielwien Wiihllij."oii and
('iiuimerel.il Avenue,
i',ll!0,"llil.lSt)S
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
vmm m
unb
Saup,
&oi Bill
ILLINOIS.
lis?
act
where thero i a (Jencral An-nrtinunt of
ask U to' call ami examino (hem for
1 ir. l-M-r.m.
Juliu i.i. Hamuli. Clui.lliotp
J. Q. HARMAN &. CO.
IIOL'SH ACJRiNTfcs,
COLLIX'TOllS,
CON VKYANtMillH,
NOTAIilKS ITU LIC'S
And Liiinl AKeuttot Hie llllnoi (Vntrnl and
lliirlingtou ami MKmiiu I H. H. Co.
Xortli ('or. Sixth und Ohio Loveo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
C. WINSTON &. CO,
i 17 Oil I n it Ao'f.ilici
' ' -ft
iY"rmYT;ppc;
( Al L I lUiN l'il'ilvfS,
, , n 1 ts 1 l."l- .
it iriiiu i,t. 1. 1, ioccuiki rioor,y
CAIHO, ILL.
liny nml Sell KHAI. HSTATI.'. I'av TAT.
ruruMiea Ab-li-act of Title.
t'i7"l.and Conunln-lonei-.
llllli VI'OIIIIH
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GU00 EU,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Ami Dealer In
BOAT STORES
Xn. 7(i OIilo Letcc, C.UH0, ILLS
EirSpeclal attention given to conlgu
niuut uml lining order.. 1 1-2 ll
SAM WILSON,
lil-U.UII IV
BOAT STOEES
Groccrios, Provisions, Etc.,
3NTo. UO Oliio Lnvoo,
CAIHO, ILLS.
RoM. Wood & Oo
ii:u; III DIM-: AY UN UK
l'llILADELAILIA, l'HNN.,
Founliilns, Yitxcs, Aitlniiils. I t on Stall-.,
Lump I'o-K Slnhlo I'ltlliig.
Wh o Woi l;x.
OAST. WIIOIKIIIT & W1RK UAILItNliS
NI'.W.iiiillMltOVni'DCUAIItloitlieatri",
l oiiuei t uml l.vetuie Halls.
Ami ii CioniTiil Assurtmont of Orna
mental Iron Work.
I'Mlmatcs ami doslgusseutoii apiilieatloti,
-(iting itie clupi ot work llreil.
ItO 4-U-i od li
Liwlii
til H
WILSON
IP CD Jcl
oilars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
IMBETiMMTOLB
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio State Fair;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amcr. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ; i
Indianapolis Exposition;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair ; iH
Mississippi State Fair;
AND
Georgia State Fair ;
FOR BEING
The M Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct ;
OOMPSSTZTIOM.
S'iS;" For Hemming, Fell'
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or iicauy Goods, it is
unsurpassed.
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine foe
the price named above, at th
nearest Rail Road Station oC
Purchasers.
Needles for all Sowing !
Machines for Sale.
Old Machines taken in Exchange.
Send7or Circulars, Price
List, 8tc, and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Miscellany.
Agents Wanted.
Address,
Wilson Sewing Mactoe Co.;
CLEVELAND. OHIO.
Dlt, VM, HALL'S
Balsam for tho Lungs
TDK GHKAT AMERICAN CON
SI' Ml'TlVK HEMBDY
Con-iiniptlonl NO'l'an Incurable illseu.
l'lil:laus akitro us (I.U latt. it is only
ntee surf to hale the flight Hcraody, aud
the Icriihlii inaUily can ho coaijuuroil.
Hall': lahara Is this Smtiy.
It lu'i'iikti up tho nlylit mvcat,roIlovei th
opprexsUii UghtiicM across the lungs, tod
heiiK tho larcer.iteil and excorlaUd nurfitosia
which ilieM'iioiu of the ilUenHo proilucei.
wiiii.i: i.n i: soSTS there is hope.
It may nut he too late lo effect a, mro urea
alter llio doctors havo irlven you Up
II ill'.- IUImou is iwihl overywUre, M4
may ho had nt wholeMile of the I'roprUlerav
John F. Henry Curtail ,t 0o,j ut tkeir
(ite.it .Mcilleino Warehouse, H anej 0 Colltt
l'liee, New York, l'rlee ft per bottle.
Hall'. Hulsam Nuhoaauro remedy tsr
(om,li, Cunts, riieiituona. Broncbittti.
Atthniii, Spitting of lllooil. Croifp. Whop
HU' ( otigh, uml all other iliseulcaol- the nt
pit story organs,
Al.-o l'ropi It-torn of Scovlll'iJ lllood m4
l.ivi'i-llyiiip.Carholie riulve,Kdu!Trocht,
Oilgeuited Hitters, Moll's Ltver Pills. c.,
JOHN' F. IIKNHY, CUItILN CO .
H nndu College,. I'luee, Now York.
:o-M5-Hlt.
StoWls SeiiiE MaGMiB
A. J.HOK M.D.
Olllee over T'lionw A- llro's. srroeery sMr.
No. Ul Commercial avi uu. core BtMfe
street. Hehlenco comer XVuhlssitoM am,
un ami FotiiU'onUi slrtef.

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