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IKAINS UAVK CitX
Ut 1M a.m., Dally.
igbta 4:00 a.m,,... except Sunday
lit at II'M nm II II
(iir .1 . aim ti m .. . ii
Ut 2:16 a.m., ..Dally
hi bl . . . .:i:iu B.in......uAceii. jiiuuuav
Igbt at .7:10 p.m.,. ..-except Sunday
ightat 10:00 p.in
8 '2.17-tf. James Johnson. Airent.
1ft l i lTif A XT 1 VTKTnVMVtlu
ana auer su uuav. nun arr vi. ihh.
l'aelie r. Freight.
ind City, leave; 6:21 " f.:1.'i "
ana, leave :t:i " 8:7 "
U.IU11VU.... ........ illlj A.M. H.Uil A.M.
uauuii;, irav, .. Oil)' n .i't
rli City, lcae U:Ki 1:31 I'.M,
ill un lit.......... ".t:.ni iii.i -
yvlllc, lente 10:10 " fr..V "
III I Hilllrl. IPIII1. . . . I I : Z .Tin -
.M . .lui'iotloii, afri'vt''rJ::j?j
.nnn. L.i'. I'M". I. l II..III ,1
M. Juiutlnii, leave.. Tsl.'i a.m.
(iitif. leate 7:2.1 " 7:00 P.M.
mt Ciiriml, leave.... 8:3:1 " Itfm "
)IUo. lean; 0:13 " 10:17 "
rlat'ltv. cave 10: " 7:1 "
riburgh. b-aie ll:4:i 0:l "
uidCllv, Icac 2M2 " 3:10 "
o. nrrfw il:VJ " 3:t0 "
lll.Ia I fill r ......... Jill I. "M la. Ill fa. l
WOUND CITY ACCOM WOPATIOW.
ve Cairo at 11:30 a.m. ana ku p.m.
vi! Mound City atl2:36p.m. andii:l() p.m.
eljlit tralm atop (Hit ti Iff lit nt t'jnnlt
frum thcro ni mixed train, leaving ul
a.m.; Irattng Vliiefiniei at 7 p.m. the
i; i-tenlng for return trip.
t Cairo with the Miilppl Central,
ille nnp Ohio, for all polnN wnit; Cairo,
mi. a. ami Tex.ii. fur nil ixilnti 111 Arkall-
t Vlncennc: Indianapolis and Yineennca
way lorlndtanapolla and all points north,
In Ille railway for KvanaWUc.Tcrra 1 lautc,
ivllle, Chicago anil all point north, cast
vio.l. ullh ftliln utiif Ml.alt.llllll rail.
for 8t. Loula, Louisville, Cincinnati and
point eait and weal.
t .Nnrria i.-uv irii.lii' inn .-null" c 11
I llllaoti Kotitfieaktern railway.
Ii. W. Falmkr, Ocn'l Sup t.
1". Wilson, Oen'l Paisonger, Act.
IHO, ARKANSAS AND J t.aAS
AND CAIRO AND l'Uh
rhe shortest and only direct route from
Irn In .tiixViinnnnrf I lllln Itn.L lint
ri, Fulton, and all points in Arkamat
i the Southwest, and Galveston, Houston,
las. Austin and all tmlnts in Tca
AliVfi UUUI1D 11 AUtAAU. ur
SY OTHER ROUTE.
Through ticket, through bills of lading,
11 iiii ua llaii VU II b intvt a -
nger fare, connection!, etc., can tic ob
liied at tbe company'! Uicc in Winter's
ock, corner of Seventh street and Cum
liacka will call at private residences and
Elegant Pullman palate sleeping ram on
I nlirbt tralnf.
Train run dally, (Sundays excepted) from
.cat-s Calm, 3:00 p. in.
.e:ne tireenueiut, i:u.ip. m,
rr v.i bi 1 1 rrf. iiiii'iiii. ihi .1. in.
i.xtifiic. ti . ti v L'VrMMvr wi'Vii v V
iiroi'Aiiii ..-..i. . ......
,t':ivui iaiiu, in.
KKF.IOUT, DAILY KXCKI'T SI NDAY
.tave Cairo, 0:00 a. m.
n H..I.I niin .. ...
rrivi'h he iirL'viiiiuiu. i.i n. in.
D. AXTEI.I.. Chief Knlnuer.
WILLIAM J. AI.LKN,
A-T'J'ORNEY AT LAW
OA I HO, ll.UNOiy.
nnoiof rirainauonai uank. o-nwi"
8AMUKL P. WHKKLKR,
.VITOHNEY k COUNSKLOH AT LAW
T OAlllO, ILLINOlrJ.
timce ovar Kirat National hank. -IWm
WllUm C Mulkey
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OUlcc: KlKhth Btrcot, botwoen Commer
tlal and WanhlUKlon avunuea.
OHKKN A U1LHKRT,
OUUNBKIiOBH AT JiAW,
William ll.Uraao. 1
William D. Qllbort,
l ilea r.UU Wort, J
OA I HO, II.I.INOIU.
aarHpMlal attaalion Hl Adinliallf and
ilaainuoat luiiudh. .
riu onioLBV,ooyB T AJt B nv
O.W. DUNNING, M. D.
itMinKNCE corner MniU and Walnut
jir..t. tnpt roniHr Sixth wtreet am
hlnluvce. Ultleo llOliri IrOUJ 0 a. EH., to
il iu,, and 0 p. in
UILL1A3I R. SMITH, M. D.
ii.TMVKf!K No. 21. Thirteenth atrcot,
imtwatn WahliiKton btohuo and Walnut
nreet. Olllce 120 comtoorolal avenue, up
DR. M. HOWARD,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
riKii'ififriOltNKIt COMMKUCIAL AV
AND SIXTH BTHKBT.
IHMIDKNCbl-Soventli ftreet, lietwcell
AVttblilngton Av. and Waluut Street.
DR. W. 1JLAUW
3uden Block (upitair) corner Hi Btro
and WMUlogion. avuuuo.
90-SJ.tf. OAIRO, ILLINOIH.
JOHN H. 0BERLY EDITOR:
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
5,000,00;) ACHES UNDER
Fifty Thousand Peoplo Nb1 -
Nkw Ohmcan-i, April '.'.). -('apt.
lllntiki in a lettur to ainerulmr Of tho ro-
lief rntnuiittoo cayi ' I Lavo j'Jit rcturnod
with tho Ouachita llullu from Ciumlon,
Trenton and Wor tico, through tho over
llowod diitrict of northern Iouiiana, and
boo that elfurta litivo beon ami hro bolni;
ma Jo Ij rcllcvo the luflurinc occasioned
by llio overflow. I havo also a tab
ular statement which was presented
by you to tho mootlne; of citizens from
tho overdnwed district, hold in the setialo
chamber some timo Inst week, and from
personal Icnowlodiro and direct informa
tion derived from otbors within tho last
few days, I am satiilled thattbo said csti-
matu Is by far too low. As you have been
ruoslcd by thrco dilfarent public moct-
fis held in tho ovorflowed districts ol
.ouiiiana to nruient their wants and con
dition, 1 now present you utalemonts of
tho location needing lilp at onco so that
you may present tbu tamo to the
govornor and tno cotnmlttoo
appointed by his honor tho Mayor :
lilacK mur jvv, .Marines, including that
part of Concordia 1'ariih in lilack rivor
600; Wilion, on MatTc river H00; Trinity,
noludliiL' Ilayou rivor 1,200; Ilarribon-
mre. Includini: ilarou Louis. 1.000:
i ii i - -i,. .1 1 r , - : i ... i ; I
wfcmu muuiug, iiiliuuiui ui.iuu mujin,
30O; Cartor's landing, 400; Hunker Hill,
including both sides of tho river and
swamps, iJatnvcn on tho Uuacbiln and
Oecuf 160; Columbia, includini: Frank
lin and tho Ouachita or llouof
and Letwoon Ouchita and itouul riven
,000, St. Albans, Including tho bottoms
on both sides 1,600, Hopewell and Waco,
including uiack swamp up to Uuchlta
line, 1,000, Monroo 160, total 11,000. At
tho lowest estimato this number may bo
aid to be in actual WAnt and many have
been so for days as they have now been
under wator imdo two or three weeks.
They haTo lost all their hogs and all their
cattfu are. loit or starving. The pooplo
thomiolvci havo neithor money nor credit,
nn place to co to nor nothing to do. Hut
this estimatii by no means discloses tho
distress of thoie roiidine on small bovous
nd creeks, who have been ovorflowed by-
back wator and Hoods of raiu. Thov tren-
rallr bavu Leen on land but hatu ion
much ot their stock nnd improvomentl
and Hrnout of rovitlons; and lbs pros
pects for making crops aro so dlicouraging
that nono aro wining or aoie 10 auvanco
tli o supp1lo4,iind must mtfor or recoivo as-
slitance. II inoin no nuaea tno num.
bor noedini lielp Ii not short of iiO.OOO
people. In thu district referred to, Lips
iyi tno ein;oi uamago, wnicn tins ro
ulted from thu great overflow is lust bo-
ginning to be fully understood. That It
was vast was readily conceived, but that
it would involvo 6,000,000 acres And a
population of 178,000, was. nppar-
ently beyond reasonable calculation.
yot sucn is rrauy tno caso. in tno cotton
region it is now ascertained that nine of
tho richott parishes producingcotton havo
Fon inundated, mo nannies oi loxas,
'arroll, Warebnuio, llillard, MiiJUon.
Franklin, I'aldwoll, Concordia and Col-
haurie are all ovorllnwcd. embracing fully
'-',600,000 acre'. Tho amount of rut-
ton land in these parishes ts aicorlMncii
to bo 'JO0.O0O aeros besides 100,000 in
corn. These estimates inciuuo only laru
place., leavlnc out bundroda of small far
mors and all oitlmatcs for cattle, hogs nnd
Thu population or theso now parishes
,2(l.::'J wliitesand 6l,0t:l blacks ncrord-
ni; to tho coneus ofl870. In tho suar pro
ducing narieboj ascertained facts uiicovor
au V'juni ii nub a ,;rubui nuiuuub ui rein
and tutl'ering. These parishes aro l'olnto
Coupee, Kut. Uaton Kongo, Wet llaton
Kotiiio. Ivervlllo, Asconsion, Assumption,
St. Jamos and St. John. In tho linptieto,
St. Chariot, i.orro liouvo and l'laquocrirs
parishes tho overllow coverti
nearly 2,600,000 acres tilled and untillod,
including a production of 300,000 liliils of
sugar and products of rlcn and crops of
email farmers, of whom thoro aro many
hundreds, wno havo ion tuotr stock una
pretty much ovorythlng elio thoy possess.
Tho ooDulation of theso parishes, accord
ing to tho consul of 1870, is 50.3CS whitos
nd 72241 blacks, making a total of l'-i'J,-C0!,
from which must bo deductod tho
population of out it a ton Kougo, as but a
small portion of that parish has iu lie rod
overllow. Tiiai ucauctiou neing mauo,
tho parishes named contain a population
nf 103,000. In all tho parishes named, it
U bolievodthat moro than '-'5,000 peoplo
are now in actual luuoring lor tno neces
sary supplies of lifo and thai in less than
sixty days tuo nunmor oi tuoso wnnso
circumstances will roqulro alleviation, will
Increaio tho number to more than 60,000
persons. The abovo presents all the facts
as far as ascertained by tuo roller com-
mlttoe up to yeetorday.
Cuii'Adn. Anril 26. Tha commltteo an
pointed by tbn board of trado 13 solicit
subscriptions for tho relief of sufforors by
tha flood In Louisiana and Mliilsalppl.bavo
collected to-day betwoon 2,600 and 3,000
dollars, which will no immouiateiy ior
warded to Now Urlcans ana villi no rot
lowed bv further contributions as the
commltteo aro hard at work and there Is
ft very gonoral disposition to givo liberally.
jKrvERSONYlM.E, April i!5. John
Davis, roiidine near Atlsco, Clark county,
TmL.on the lino of tho O. and M. railroad,
W Ml found bv hla two (lauKbteri, who
were roturnlng homo from church last
night, in a honlblo mangled condition.
Dotlubands and log. woro cut off, and part
of tha bead was gono which could not bo
found, tho hoart was torn out nnd scattorod
along the track somo distance. Tho jury
returned a verdict of death by helng run
over by a train, tho decoased being Intoxl
OITICI!, 23TJIiIiETIir BTjriXjDIXvTO-,
CAIRO, SUNDAY. APRIL 1874.
No Cliungo in Affairs at Lit
UrooKs He Tunas to Conic
to u Solilomeiii.
LtiTt.K Kock, April 23 'I'lioro has
Loon littln change In tho situation to-dny.
Tho truco between both parties was put
an end to to-day, YoiteHny, llaxtcr,
through his representative?, undo jiropos
itions to ilroold to leavo n llnal deter
mination of tho quustion between thnm to
n couiietunt tribunal and in thu mcantimo
that both forces should bn retired eiept
0 boJy guard for each. T!.oiu proposals,
Mr. llrooka last night refused to accodn
to, whereupon all negotiations wcrn ondod
and mutters remain now whero tliey did
a week ago, except that Our. Haxter has
convened tho legislature, tho meeting of
which body llrooks Is oppoio-I to. Neithor
party has dismissed their forces.
During the pnit 'J 1 hours tho federal
troops woro stationed at the Metropolitan
botol, at tho city hall and the corner of
Main and Fourth itrootJ, wltli two places
of artillery at the interjection of Louisi
ana and Second streets. Governor llax
tcr has increased his forco one or two
companies. Socrotary of Stato Johnson
lias not yet received any reply to his
communication to Brooks ordering him
out of his office. At the stato house pre
parations aro still going on to resist an
A man named Oharloy Whito commit
ted suiiido by taking an ovordoso of mor
phine this uvonlng.
Weathor clear and pleasant. J'.ivor ris
ing. iVowa from l'ino IlluH' to-night stalos
that llrigadlor General II. King While,
01 tho Baxter forco, declared martini law
to-day inJtUerson county and took postes
sion of tho court houio in that place.
Cases Dismissod on Payment
Washington, April 'J6. Tho commit'
tee on ways and means to-day examined
Simon Hormon, who testified that ho wns
a general auctioneer and commission
merchant in New York, Duing his ex
amination by Mr Ilcck, ho raid in April,
i, ne was mulcted in tno uniiod Mtitoj
court for selling liquor on which tho tax
had not been paid. Although perfectly
innocont of tho chargo, ho paid several
sums of monoy to havo tho cao dismissed.
Hearing of the indictment, ho went to
court and gavo bail. A Goodrich Fay
soon camo to him nnd said h could ho
-Jlsmisied by paying $2,000, which money
i. k.v been divided butwoan l'av
Ho also paid $1,000 to Judjri DjtU. at
that tlroo district attorney. To Foster, of
the committee, tho witness Raid ho never
met Sanborn, nnd tho subject of his con-
ersation was with ay alone, nnd ho
paid ?2,C00 to get rid of scandal, although
ho was entirely innocent of tho charge.
n answer to Davi. of tho commltteo thu
witnoss said that checks worn given on
tho same day, tho understanding being
thnt this was all ono arrangomnnt and in
accordance with instructions from Wash-
ncton. He then spnko to Judex Davis
on tho subject who said to the wltnp:
You bad batter let tno manor rest, lie
lid not tell Judge DavH he had given
S'J,600 to other parties. When ho wont
out of Fay's ofllco ho met DeKay, assis
tant district 'attorney, wno cnlil ti.al
,1 ud go Benedict is nn tho bench and the
caro has been lisml"0U in nccordnneo
with orders from Washington. Tho
witness then gavo tho check to Judgo
Oopnrtiiro ol Sir Lanililon
HEAVY SUITS FOR.
Nkw Yoitu, April 25. Sir Lnmbton
Lorrauo sailed for England to-day. Hu
was accompanlod to tho steatnor by thu
Mayor, (Jon. Hancock nnd stall' and other
eeutlomon. Encroised compllmnutary
resolutions ot tno oily wero prosonteu to
Judiro Lawronco heard nruutneut to
day iu n suit by Eliot Collins ii Co.,
tankers oi riiiiaaoiiuiia, to provont loro
closuro of tho lacond mortgngo of SI00-
000 on tho Cayauca Lako railroad by Mr
btollman, on grounds of tho non-payment
of intorest. riaintills allego that tins is
a conspiracy to uet tho road,that tho com
pany is able to pay nil dohts and that this
was nn attempt to convert unsocurca into
bUIT rOR IIAMAGKS.
Frodorick Schuhnrdt & Sons Imvo bo
gun suit in tho supremo court ngnlnst tho
j.aKo nno and iouisviiiu railway com
pany to rncovor an indebtedness of $100,
000 and Intorest arising upon promissory
Mkmi'IUH, April 25 In rocard to tho
statoment made by Lieut. Cushinan iu
roferonco to aflalrs at Llttlo Rook, as sent
in theso dispatchos on wonncsuay, it is
but lust to him to statu that ho did not
stato that tho disnatchos to tho war do
nirim.nl hml lienn refused bv tho attaches
of tho tologrnph ofllco at Llttlo Rock as
might bo tuforrod from the roportj but ho
did stato thnt owing to tho partisan fouling
of tboso attacnea no nnu comn ncro, anu
moreover that tho operator had comment
ed on tho reality of a dlspatuh handed in
Othorwiso tuo statement was ns toiograpn
Nothing has been hoard as yot of young
Vnlllnm. who no mvstoriouslv disappeared
Inst Monday. Too Improsilon provalls
thnt bo was inurdorod and his body
thrown into tho rivor.
Tho Memphis nnd Llttlo Rock tralua
wont through by transferring Rt"Woihot
COB. 12TH STB3DET
IIosto.v, April 25. .f io l'omerny, tho
supposed murderer of tho child of' Hor
ace 11. Miller, was fully rommiltcd to-day
An action for lllol brought by -M. Mous
teau against tho '.Montreal Daily Willie'
hat hrmiitht in llht nno nf thu inOit re-
I marltubio juries of modern time. Tho
trial occupied n long time, ami, niiucugn
tho evidence wni very full nnd thu ad
dreesos of tho counsel on both sides, and
of tho Judge, very long and elaborate, thu
jury six of whom wero English nnd six
French-scorn to havo proflted llttlo by
their eloquence. Tho jury caino In nftur
being out sonin tlmu and informed tho
judge that the six Englishmen could not
communicate with the six Frenchmen, An
interpreter wns given them, nnd tho jury
returned Into court for the last time. Tho
court demanded their vordlct, In roponsn
to which onu Frenchman raid ".Mous.
Mousieau est non coupable." Another
aid: "I.o verdict on pour Moris. Mnus
seau." Ono Englishman said : "(iul)ty,
wo llnd thorn guilty." It wns then dis
covered that thu jury wero ignorant at
to whether tho Messrs. Dougall wcrj thu
accused or Mr. ilouticau. His honor then
demanded of tho jury whether thoy found
tho ilclendantt, tho Messrs Dougnf, guilty
or not cuilty .of the chargo brought
against thorn. All the English jury said
in reply, "Wo aro all agreed a to our
vordlct that thoy aro guilty, but thero U
ono man who bolioves thoy aro not guilty."
Tho dissenting juryman then said: "Your
honor, if you'll allow mo, I'll sottlo this
thing in ono tnlnuto; cloven of the jury
llnd the witness guilty, but 1 don't think
they are; howovcr, I acquiesce." A Tor
dlotof guilty was accordingly entered.
FiTMlL'KO, April 25.'
riling; rained steadily
Iliver 'JX feet and
all day; woather
Kkw Or.LKANif, April
Great Itopublic, St Louis
Wcatlur clear and'cool.
Cincinnati, April 25.'
, No departures.
Rivor 31 foot
and falling. Dopartod
phis; Exporter, Now Urlcans. 1'asicJ
.Molho Ebort, St. Louis to 1'iltiburg.
Vunsiti'iio. April 23. Up Faragon,
Paulino Corroll, Fred. Wilson, Frank
1'argoud and Hodman. Down Yeager.
Cool; rivor roio ono Inch in tho last i!l
N.VMIVIM.K, April 25. River 4 foot C
Inches; 'J'J feet on shoals. "Wenther oloudy
cool. Arrived Eddyville, Uppor Cum
Muui'ni, April 25 Weather clear and
nlenMnt. River roio I inch. Arrived
Fat Rogori, Cincinnati; Ularkavillo, Ar-
kans-'is rivor. Departed (Julckstep,
White river; Mary Uoyd, Arkansas rivor;
Grand Tower, St.'Louis; Thompson Dean,
Franklin, Cincinnati: Glencoe, Oakland
Wood, (irand Lake, Now Orleani,
KvANfvtLT.K, April 'J5. Weathor clear
till noon now raining; mercury 40 to 60;
river fellon l foot v.'Ith 31 fuot 8 Inches on
tho bnr. Fort list up Fiorenco Leo,
AIox. Hwlft mid burgot, Minnoola, Kob
crts. Charmer, Arkansas Hello, .Mountain
Oak and Koy.tono. Down Mary A met.
Fearless, J D Farltir nnd Grey Engle.
Lot'isviM.K. April 26. Rivor falline
with 111 feet in tho canal nnd UK in tho
chute on tho falls. Ilusiness dull. Boats
up Nashville, for Toll City; Charley
mown, to romoroy; ttiiraoro anu unrges
to Flttsburg; Jasper, from St Louh. No
departures below. eather clear. Tho
Governor Alien H patcning a oouor at
Now Albany. Tho Sam mown bunt her
cylinder hoad and haa gono to Cairo for
repairs m no .miiciioii lays over tin next
St. Louis, April'-!,'). Arrifod Davon-
port, Ivookuk; Commonwealth, Wow ur
lcans; Lady Leo, Feoria; Hon Accord,
lowor Mhiisiippl. Departed Mnnny,
Missouri river; Davenport, Keokuk; Hu-
io Silver, Now Orleans; Alico Brown and
Chas Brown, Ohio river; Clinton, St
Fault VicVsburir, Vicksburg; Lady Leo.
Illinois rivor. Itlvor stationary, weathor
cloudy and mild. Tho cteatiior Honry
Ames wai sold ny tun u marsuai to-uay
and bought by N Springor for $16,160.
Sho was valued by tho undorwritors last
October at $43,000.
(!UUN M HAL Sternly I) 05.
FLOUR Dull anil nominal.
COHN lu demand actlvo and ndvanc
OATS Very llrm and unchanged S
l'ORIC 17 76.
HACON Ouiut nnd unchani'od.
(OTTON tjuiot, buyors and follers
npart, middlings 1CJ17c; receipts :!40,
ihipmonts H5, block 1,001.
Oiiicaoo, April 'J5.
FLOUR tjuiot and unchanged.
AV HE AT III fair demand and ad
vnncod; Nn 2 spring 1 1!4J1 23 cash,
for .May 1 i!5l 26.
CORN Fair donmnd and advanced
'n . nilvnil 04 eftuh. Ci I S for Alav.
OA'S Steady, No a -III cash, 1C for
l'ORIC Doraand fair and advanced 10
cash, for May 10J.
LARD Fair domanl and advanced
0 70 cash.
HULK MEATS Stoadyj shoqldori
WHISK.Y Damand fair nnd advunccd
St. Louie, April
II EM P Dull and unchanged.
FLOUR Dull, weak and but llttlu do
Ing. WHEAT 2uIot and gool domaud;
best grados No U spring 1 25l 20 J; do
red fall 1 65
CORN-Sloady, No 2 mixed CO; J7
OATS Slow, Hot! ni.xcd 6161.J olc
vator, UAHLKY Firm, No II wostorn 1 40
RYE Inactivo at I 1067)1 i:t.
WHISRY Steady at'JJ.
PORIC-Huld llrm HI 76(n)t7.
DRY HALT KihVTS-Quiet, nominal
A.3STX) -WAaHINaTON- y
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
M" E W G O OlS&T
Lowest Prices in the City
Corner ol' 2s Ititli sheet nml CoinmcreSal avenue, wliero may bo round tho
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST
l'npliiiii, Dinoiuil.'', C.vli mores, and
While Uood'f, Mmbroidoric0
i, iNccK J les,
FUIiX. LINE OF
Ladies' and Children';
Ilurger keeps right up with tlio time,
aro new, elegant nnd stylish, nnd cordially invites tho peoplo of Cairo to givu
him a call and examine UU Htork,
Phil H. Saup,
Has REMOVED !"
is the only place in the City
nnd Hooch Candies
And Dealer in
EiniiTii Ktrkrt. hut. "WAsmNfiTOH anp
('oMinueiAi.,Avi:.adjoinlng Hnnny t.
Keens the lip.t of Ilcef. l'nrk.Mllltnn
Lanili. haiis-iL'e, t te., and in pivpar
erve r.uiillle.i iu a m-erptablu manlier.
JAS. KYN ASTON,
XT T O 3E3C 3Z3
And llcakr In
ALL KINDS OK J'l.'lJSlJ MHATS
Near Cur. Twentieth :Uro. t nnd
Coinmi'K nil Avi'nue.
HYLAND & SAUR,
Ami Dealer- In
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of ecl ilerllptliill.
for. 10th Street and CoinmeH.il AM nue,"'
Ne.M ilimr to I lie llylaiid S;ilnnii.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
OP AI.I. KlNllS, HAIll) AND BOI'T,
Keep uiiittnully on hand
, "I Conner :11th .Street
f and Ohio Levee.
Mill and Vi
IO? IS HOT Tl-CJOIl
UK IN NTIIX l.IVIKO A.U I.V (Mill
Ilia olilco and illrpcnsary at
NO. 2i2 KIGUTll STltEliT,
Hot. Commorctnt aim Wilmington nvonuos
It is true, tha doctor U one of tho oldct
physlelaua of tho place, and hU (liluuia,
lliat haiiL'H in hlii otlice. allows that hu hnh
buen Ui yoara iu tho iirofvalon. Ho U doing
a larger ollluo prautluu than any other phy
sician, treating all klnda or chronic diseases
ot tho hiltnan ayttein, tuch na old tilcon, and
all tllsciiK'rt of tlio nkin, liumnrH and blond
iioUoiih; nlho dlneiikea of the throat; aUo
ill dlitoamia ot Iho oyoa of ynara htandlug:
ulo artllli.lal oyea liiKertcd', listula cured
without tlio uso ol a Klillu; canecrs curod
by thu application or medlclneaj piniiilea on
tho face remoed; all urinary dUoasos
cured ; all forma of voncroal and prlvatu
dlsoasetcuriid lu tho ahortoal tlnio j eciula
woakneaa und aclf-abuso curud lu a Mior
" ItiH elf-evldent that u phynlchui trcatliu;
raneBror twenty-two yeam' acipurea gieal
SlAU cousultatloiiH confldontleal, In povoa
or by lottea.
modlolnea lUrniabeil at olHce In all
10-23 tf.l D.llAVIDllVI.TI!,
l)rcM (Jnnjq, nil sold nl prion
(rjovcjt, nun, and iSofions mailo n
ntid oITom no goods lint tlio.'o which
Goi. 8th Strict.
whero there i.-t a General Assortment of
uak i.i to vail and examine thorn for
SnlVord, Morris & Cuiulco,
I NSU RA NCU AtiENTS,
7!! Ohio Levee, City National Rank
liuildiiig, C.Mfto, ll.l.s.
Tin' ol.lit ist:ililihi'il Ag uc in faouthciu
Illinois rcpre-entlii!; oxer
of the hint Insurance C.ipltal ol the I'.
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levee, over .Mnthua A Ulil'ri.
hut jlr$t-rliri Comptinim
ATTKNTION RAU DHALKIW.
1 1I K
SI'INNINd PAPBIt STOCK CO.,
Ill CIichI nut Sired,
ST. I.Ol'IH, MO.
FAY THE HKMEST CASH I'liH'llS,
7 cU. por Hi for Soft AVoolen.
II etc. per lb for Wool Carpet.
1 3-4 eta. por lb for Wool lllankots.
t! 1-4 ctJ. por lb for Old Cloth.
R. JONES, .
Boot & Shoe
ltetwceu Tenth and Eleventh Street,
la prepared to till orders -without delay,
Ilo'.littn ii lluo htoek ot Imported leather on
hand, Just received from New York, and hai
put down bis price to the lowest notch
tU-Sui. i - - .,
And Dealer In
J.imc, Co motif, Plaster, Hair, See.
OHIO LEVEE. '
. . . i. . x and
&3T1 will sell In car load lots, at manning
Hirers prices, adding frelgh't. . . '
rtltrt UUM Lyu
-r. t ttt ,'
MILLERS' AGENT, ,
TXTo. OO Olxlo Xjevetsf
CAIRO, ILLS. .
JOHN B. PH ILLIS SOM,
(Sui-resor to John II. PhlllK,)
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,' .
MVjAL, J5UAN, Sit.
Agonb for Laflin & Rand 'Powder CoapasT.
COU. TENTH ST..t OHIO LEVEE,'
CAIRO, ILLS. ,
N. II. ThUtlcwood. r. J. ThUtleWiWi
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
Flour, Corn, Oats, Hay,
No. 78 O.IUO LEVEE,
STRATTON & BIRD
Agents American Powder Company,
ar onio zevek, caixo.
PARKER. & AXLEY.
Comer of Mh Street and Washington Ays).
X. D. MuthilM E. C. VM
MATHUSS & UHL,
KLO UR, GltAIiV, IJAV AND
MILLER & PARKER,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, IIAV, sta
Agents for Fntrbank's Scales.
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLf.
COFFEY, HARRISON A CO,
(Successors to O. Uurd A Son.)
ri,4llB,UKAlN ANB HAY.
No (13 Ohio I.1VO OAIRO, ILLgt,
NKW YORK BTOxtK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LaUOKriT VAMIBTT ITOOK IH TAB OXTT
GOODS HOLD VBRY OLOBK.
Corner of tssntMBtls n(vtaa SMM
BEMIS, BRO. & CO.
HOME COTTON MILLS, -
30 Ohio Lovee,
J. M, PHILLIPS,
l'reprepared to forward JJ kUd f
Freight to aUfplstt. jAj
t5T Uuslnet atUndea t ivofMf fatty-