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TIME" CARD.
LLTN6I3 OKHTRAL, HA! IvJ)AD
tll.U.NS LI VK CAtJ
Mall at 2:3C A.m., Dally.
Kxpraiae ;:nu p.m '
.righta...,.,.4:00 a.ni.,,.,exebt Sunday
nin ii..i.n:.)j a.m...... -
Krlilit ...... 4:00 p.tu.,. , " "
ARNIVft ATCAtftoS .
Mill at 2itn tin Dallv
Kspren at. , , .. ..'2Mb p..,....cxce ;a Sunday
rrdiiit at -. . ,,.:&. .ni.,....oxon .nonuay
Krolght at 7tl0 y.m., except Sunday
t-rUb tat..... 100 p.m "
lM-tt-17-tf. .TaMes 3oiimqn, Agent.
THK CAIRO AND VlNOENNKS
'RAILROAD.
OH&KttB r rim:.
On aad aMf Sunday,'. February
iratai will run at to How:
coiRa NORTH.
luWngrr,
Cairo, Uave n:n a.m.
Mound City, leave htti "
1974,
l-VelRlil.
.VO.'.a.ji.
Ti-Xi "
.:?; "
ll:i:i "
till l'..M.
'J:y.'i
4: ir.
r:.Vi
"M "
TUnna, leave 0:4.1
tJarrUbttrg, leave... ... 8:IH
Worri City, leave 0:15
Caruil, arrive VM
C'arml, Icaro 10:00
(Irayvlllr, leave 10:4n
Mount t'anuel, leare . . . . 11 fil
Vlncennra, leave MfSt i
O.A3I. Junction, arrive.lS::
fioiso Kotnii.
I'uMdificr,
O. AM. Junction, leave. 7:1. a.m.
Vuireinie. leavo..,, ,, 7-' "
II on lit Cnrmel. leave "
tonight.
7:00 i'.m.
. t):iK) "
" 10:17 '
lt:l "
" r,::,
Orayvllle, leave 0:18
Canul, arrlvo I0:(M
Carrnl, leave 10:10
Korrls Cltr,Uae.. ..10:44
llarrhbtirah.
u
0:10 "
I'.M.'il-.M.
:i:til "
:::
Vicuna, leac 1:1? r.H
Mound City, leavo 2:4'.' '
I'alro, arrive Jl:u:J
MOUND 0ITT ACOOMMOt'ATIOX.
Uave Cairo at 11:50 a.m. and r: 1 . p.m
Leave Mound City at 12 JO p.m. ami ti:10 p.m.
I'h'lK'it iralni ttop over tilL'hl ut farm!;
run from tlieru an mixed train, leaving ut
i:3j a.m.; leaving Vlurrnnt " at 7 p.m. tlie
sjiiip evening fur return trip.
CONNKGTIONr.
At Calm with tin- Ml-l-lpjil Control,
Mobile anp Ohio, for all point oiit; Culm,
Arkansas aud Texan, Tor nil point In ArVan-
and Texas.
At Vlncennei: Indianapolis and Vlneenne
railway lorlndUnaiiollit and all point" north,
east and west; with Kvaimvtllc and Craw,
lonlavllle railway forKvansWllc.Torra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all point north, n
and west: with Ohio and .MfMslpil rail
way for St. Louis. LotiWvllle, Clnclnnuti and
all point cut and wct.
At Norrtt City eroding tho Sprlnfctleld
ami IIII00I1 8oitttie:iitern railway.
h. W. 1'ahckk, Gen'lHup't.
E. P. "Wilsok, Oen'l I'monger. Akt.
r., s7-lilf
I'AUtO, AHKANHAS ANJ) TKk AS
AND CAIRO AK0.THL
TON RAILROADS.
The shortest aud only direct route Iroui
Cairo to .Ucksonport, I.lttle ltoclr, Hot
Springs, Kulton, and all point In Arkansas
and the Houtliwett.and (iahonton, Houston,
Dallas, Aiiattn and all point In T'a
TWKI.VE 110UIIH IN AHVANCI! OK
ANV OTiiKR KOIJTK.
Through tlckem, through lillh of lading,
tr.U Information at to freight ratea, pat
tenger fare, counectiou, etc., can he ob
tained at tho company' allico In Winter'
'jloek, comer of Seventh itreet and Coin
merclal avenue.
Hack will call at private reldeurc aud
tioUU for paMeuiren, when orders are left
In time.
elegant l'ullmin palace tlcepldit cm on
all nlcht train.
Tralu tun dally, (Sunday errepteil)riom
in wairo unite at kiuow:
I'Asr.Mir.it.
I.rav Cairo, :i:0i) p. in.
Leave CreenOcldt, 4:iKp. in.
Arrive at UreendcliU, . m.
KXl'RRSS DAILY KXCKl'T I'VUAY.
Leave Cilro, 12:00 m.
Leave Greenfield, 1:03 p. m.
Arrivta at Qrecntield, 2:45 p. m.
KKEiaUT, DAILY KXCJSl'T SI'.VDA V
1.av Cairo, 0:00 . m.
Lcavoi Greenfield, lorvo n. in.
Arrive ut Oreentleld, p. in.
D. AXTEI.I.. Chief Kmilnurr.
i.iwvrn.
WILLIAM J. AIJiKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOia.
Otfljsovar rint National hank.
S-ltMlm
SAMUEL 1'. WHKELKR,
mOKNEY k COUNSELOR AT M
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
omeoyjryirtNaUorial hank. H-I53m
John U.MuUcey.
MULKEY
Wtllam U. Mulkoy
& SON,
Altfr01tNEYS AT LAW
OAIKU, ILLINOIS.
Utllue: Klghth alraet, between-Commer
olal and Wauhinjfton avenues,
b-U tf.
UHKKN i, Q1LHEHT,
ATTOUNBYb
OOUNBKLOKB AT hATVf,
Willtaa H.Graea,
Mile r.Gllfcerl,
OAIKU, II.I.I.NOIB.
stsrdpeotal attttution gtren
itsamboat bujtaei,.
lo AiltclrsHr
flOomOLV.l00IB 7 A0 R nvri
I'll YNIC1I ASH.
I
H. WAKDNKIl, M. D.
i'iji, STALKER, M. D.
Oflloc ald rckidenee 111 (Jomnifrchl Avo
oust door to the Athcneum. MH-II.
. C.W. DUNNING, M.D.
KH11UKNOE corner NlnlU utul Wulnut
iimrt: Office corner Hlxth street and
OUla leveo. Orllce hour k'oui U a. in., to
','1 w., and 0 p. in
DR. M. IIOWAWD,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
nKPICK COKNKll t.'OMMKUOIAli AV
ANI SIXTH STHKKT.
KIWIDKNCK Seventh Hreet, lielweeu
IVuhhlngton Av. uud Walnut Street.
l!01-:i-'il-tf
PR. W. JiLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
iuuir Ulrck (upitaln) (nr.tr tl Ktr
and Waihington Avenue,
90-31-tf.
CAIRO, iLLINOia,
mi
JOHN H. 0BERLY EDITOR:
TELBGRAPHIG.
Reported Expretsty for the Bulletin.
ARKANSAS.
I
THE FIRST BATTLE
FOUGHT.
ELEVEN KILLED, TWENTY
WOUNDED and TWENTY
PRISONERS.
The Baxter Forces Vic
torious. ''GEN. JOHN P. FAG AN IN
COMMAND OF THE BROOKS
FORCES.
l.tTTLK Hot. May 1. Tha
Mtiuilon
lixxter'l
Wo it practlcklly uuctihiird,
headouartxrt aru still at tlici
Anthony
houta and ho Lhi aljout him loimi SOU men.
Urookt ttill nccuniei the ttute home with
a forco of f00 men, moatty volorcd. Thn
uuiteumatt troopt occupy a poMtioii
hotwecn them.
In an addreia to the )ieo)lo
(IKV. JOHN f. FAI.AX,
a nikjor general in the confedurato army, I
thli uiornlni: aftumen command of Brook' '
force throuho the itat and callt on '
hit old comrudni to rally to hit alandnrd.
Iloth pirtler teem to bu wuitiui: for dott-
nlto new from Vihini;tnn,
Ihoroarono additional tiartlctilnri of
je.Urday't fight at New Onicony In .lof
ferion county.
lo-ilay n cartel for tho oxchni:n of
pritoner wai agreed upon hutweuii tho
two partlei and all the priionere woro re
leared on both ttdei and permudon ivn
locillr.eui to pan both line without
mo-
lutatinn. Tliu steamer Ilallio is oxnectad
to-riit$ht with 150 men to relnforco thu I
ISrookt side, nnd the JSaxter sido expect j
somo rnlnforcomcnts from I'ort Smith.
A (jar.ette special from l'lno Illufl to
niglitgivn thu followlni; particulars of
the fight at New Oascony on Thursday r
Two hundred llrooks mun with Mur
phy and Vaudesand as leadur, funnel
and tbrsatened that thy in
tended lo como to l'ni llluil'
and tako the court house or burn nvery
house in the city. den. King Whlto
went down with Hi! whilo and colore 1
mounted and foot men and nftcr arriving
within a short distant of tho Insurants
who woro at the (Jin house on thn Ashley
pi act), ho tent forward three stall' ofiicer
ahoid to order tho Insurgonti to disband.
When tha insurgents saw the htatrofh'car
coining tlioy iuimodittely UrM a volloy
upon them nd ordors from White wnru
given to charge on the insurgents. They
mado a stand at tho Corner Mono church
and the light bean In earneit; but lasted
only a short limn. Hi of Whites
command were wounded and uluven killed
and twelve wounded of thn insurgents, I
and Murphy and Vandeiande and 03 men '
wore captured. All but the two leader
were ruleasodon parole, but Murphy aud ,
I - ..111 .J... '
.l.UUf.llUO .to e.lll 111 I
A SOT It Ell ACCOUNT Of TIIK VIUtT.
Memi'HI, May 1 A private dispatch
from l'lno lilulT confirms the report of
the aMocihto )iruss of last night in lefer
nco to the hunt hetworn tlm Haxlnr
ore os under Gen. King Whitoand Ilrookt'
rorce near uisconv. Uisnatchet itato
that K. T.eo, son of Dr. Leo and 1'loasant
ronaieton, son of Dr. I'endkton. woro
lightly wounded. .None killed on Whltos
ide. un tun otnnr siue 11 neerces woro
killed, 20 wounned and '20 persons taken
prisoners. Gen. WMtn hold all white
loaders as prisoners.
WASHINGTON.
The River anil Ilarbor Ap
propriation Ul II.
ARKANSAS BAD STATE
OF AFFAIRS.
WxcniNOTOX. ilay 1. Tho houocom-
uiittoo on appropriations will report tho
river and harbor bill exactly H6 propRrcd
uy inocomiiiuiua on coiiiuiun:e. it
propriatos four and a half mlllioua.
np-
Tho followlug was received to-Uay :
LirTLV. Kock, May 1, 18'
M.
To tho I'resident :
II, King White, who llred on tho com
mander of tho United Sutoi troops at
Little Kock, has beon ordorod to Pino
U luffs by Baxter, and la pillaging and
murdorlng, Thoetnto I perfectly per.co-
fill except in jotiorsnn count), tuo sceno
of AVhitn'a robberies and murders. I
refrained from sending out forces in or
der to avoid a conlllct.
Signed
Jossi'll llltnous,
Oovornor of Arkansn.
Tho llouso committee on Pacific rail
road to day reconsidered their former
action regarding tho Omaha bridgo, and
decided to report a bill providing
moroly that tho bridgo shall bo upend n
a continuous itartnt tho union t'acillo
railroad, and detnehod reports of nil re
ceipts for transportation over said bridge
shall bo submitted to congress semi-annually
with a viow to future action. On tbo
subject of toils, tho effect of tbe enact
ment of thl' bill would put a stop to tho
presont douhln transfer of freight and
passongora at Council lllutl' aud Omaha,
hut unless restrained by suit at Low
llridgo, tho company may continue to
colloct tolls.
3 EN AT K.
"Wabhiso'ton, May 1. In tho tenalo
this morning Mr. Hamilton moved to
proceed to tho consldoratiou ol hllU on I
the calendar.
Mr. Kdwnrda moved tho Uenuva award
bill bo taken up and nald them bnd lioeu
much (ommont in rogard to thn delay of
this hill. Mr. Anthony suggested that
two or three hours hn devoted to bills
on tho calendar ud tho Geneva award
bill might he talton up afterward. Agreed
to.
The lenate bill enabling claimants to
land within thu boundary ol tho territory
of Mew Mexico to instituto proceeding
to try thu validity of tboir claim was
dlacuaaod at aomu length and finally
passed.
Mr. Bpraguo callod up thn aonato bill to
confirm tbo purchase by tlo oxecutivo de-
parttneot of throe h"". ef land In tho vl
oinlty of Ni4hvllU, Tmi,nn, known ki
a lite for Fort liuxtnn, and donate an3
flonvcy tho lame to the Klsk rnlvertlty
fur oducatlonnl purpotet
l'endlni; dltcuilon, tho tenatit went
lntoicullva eouion nn'J roon after Ad
journed. THE FLOOD.
Condition of Affairs In (he
Oveiilowcd Regions.
Mkmi'iiiv, May 1. Many reportfhvc
boon tent from here In ralureiico to tliu
overllow, pnrtakln); lomuwhnt of a tenr
llonal cliaractur, an for instance tha dam
ago at 0ccoU, Arkanmi, whero it wan
stated thai tho leveo had.broknn and the
town lninluti;d, and the inhabitant wore
in a poriloui condition, when tho fact
was a email crorss'.o in tliu levee hud
brokuu and flooded tho town to n depth of
ten IncLe. a .
l',foin"Clro'(''thlJ point at'amuri can
not make landings on the wett bank only at
tho wbarfboat and jet with the oxcop
tion of tho Oicuola no serious doumt;es to
tiluntin hitcroiti have resulted;
Prom tho Louisiana line up tbero aro
no levers on tho ArUansM side r.xcept
local one j and a largo portion of tho coun
try subiuot to inundation is iparddy set
llud,s In tho case oppoiitu hord whore tho
rivor ipreikdi out to tho bi(;hlailds near 1
Mndiiou, diitsnco over 40 iiilks.
Tho tt. I'rancll vnllnr is gocorally n
loot atioti'i thn How am planter aro wait
Inc fjr drv wmthor to bai-iu plantinz.
Tho White river vallev is
inundated up to Indian biy, but for
rcaoini
already eUrm thn damnces are
lllfht, $10,000 will probably covor tho lots
in stock, etc.
Tho'ArkaniA! valley is overflowed up
to Arkansas I'ort but liko othor tho dam
age is lli;ht, and flo.000 will probably
cover all.
From the Mouth of tho Arkansas down
is v.lioro tho greatest damage has resulted
and whero destitution undoubtedly ex
ist amoni: all classes but particularly la
borers and their familie.'.
I.rtrg portions of the Tnllobntrhlu and
Tnllebtttha bottoms have been ovorllowed
for inmn time. ":
. .
EORBIGN.
hiteiosting News from Japan.
JAI'K.
f'x ha.hvi"i), May 1 Vrom tbe
Japan 'Uar.stto,' April 11, tho following
news is taken :
.Sharp shocks of oarlhquaku havo boon
felt near Ilamadokeu, causing yreut alarm
among tho inhabitants.
tlago, commiindant of the fleet lo Kor
masa, sailed from YnVahoma nu tha Otn
of April.
About 1,000 troops on an cx'oodltlon
ftaot will runder.uout either at Koochaw
or Amsv.
A new department has been established
by the government lo look particularly
alter American attain.
Considerable anxiety is felt at Nagears
for the safety of the American itonmer
Watchoo, which loft there for .Shanghai
Murcn 15 and had not arrived March
21st. It is lupposed she had to anchor on
account of hoavy gales.
LOUISVILLE.
Louisvir.i.r, May 1. The y-uioral
couforenro of the M. K. Church South
assembled in tho Public Library hall this
morning About 'J00 dolpgaloi, repre
senting overy Southern state oxcupt Vir
ginia, wore in attendance including six
bishops. Itev. Dr. 1'ayne, as senior bishop,
presides. Dr. T. It '.Surnnor of Nashville
was ro-elootxd ocroUry. Tho standing
committoo appointed tUU nftornoou of
fered resolution providing for tho ap
pointment of a committee or oven to
ascertain and repmt npon wh,t church
edifices, parionat;tM, school buildings
and what other property I held,
kept and claimed by tho M. K. Church in
violation of tho rights o( tbe SI. K. Church
.South and under what circumstances tho
M. K. Church obtained possession of such
property. A numbor moro of tho
delegate aro oxpocted to arrive to-morrow
FINANCIAL.
Nkw York, May
1. Treasury du-
urs
ments VMfiW,
custama receipts
12G.00U; dry coode, Imports for tho week,
1,876,-IBtS; money uasy at 3lj sterling
Ilrmat 4 874 S7J for sixty days; -t 00
01 00J sight; gold Tanged T.2jlH,
closed at 13; carrying rntca -3J; clear,
ings 82,080,000; state boada dull; govern
monta firm; railroad bonda firm and
atightly improved. Tho day closed with
an unproved tono In financial circle and
a moro hopeful fooling exists in regard to
tho future. .Stocks opened dull and on
tho flrbt call doclluod J1, after tho first
call agoncral recovery took placo and tho
markot bocatno firm during tho into hours
of business and prices before tho cioso
allowed an advance of 1.38.
PROBABILITIES.
For lake region and thonco southward
to Tonnescou, fresh and brisk easterly to
noutberly winds, rising tomperaturo. In
creasing cloudiness and probably rain.
For tho northwest, brisk and high va
riable winds with clouds and rain accom
panied by sovcro local storms,
Tho Mlialssippi rivor will full slightly
at stations below Cairo. Tho Ohio will
continuo to fall at Pittsburg, but will ro
mid ii stationary at Cincinnati,
CRIME.
OuEi.rn, O.st Jiay 1. .lohn tiullivan,
who committed rape 011 u girl 5 year old
on tho 18th tilt., was trlod to-day, found
guilty and sontcnend to bo liangud on tho
Jith of June.
1UVER NKW.S.
I'lTTaiiUliu, ilay 1. ltlvor Vi fpt aud
falling; weather cloudy aud sool with in
dication of ralu.
(Jim in'Sati, Mny 1. Hivor 40 feet aud
rising low)y. Arrlvo I; Bollu of Hbrove
port, l'iltaburij. Departod : Aluloi,
Wheeling.
VicKHiiunn, May 1. Up City of
Vii'kaburir, City of tjuincy, John Klinour.
Uown -Katie. "Wuutbor clear and pluui
ant. Hivor alatlonary.
New ORi.raMB, May 1, Arrivals: Ihk.
CAIRO. SATUKDAT. MAY 2. 1874.
land and bargef, l'itliburg; Suslo Silver,
llco and barg, St Louis. No departures.
Weather clear and plcaiaU. Hirer fall
ing. MKMi-ni.", May 1,Woatter clear and
warm;rlvor stationary. Depated: Ki
porter. New Orloans; Great itopubllfl find
fit. Genevieve, St. Loui; Captol City;
Vicksburg. Arrivo! Dick Kulton,
Loiiivtllo; Jloyd, Llttloltock.
Xahiivim.e, May 1 Kivcr declined 'J.
inches in the ln"t 2t hours, 31 feot Urgo
on slinals. Weather clear and ploasant.
Arrivod Cook, Ad Heilman, Paducnh.
Departed Iloilmsn, l'aducib; itl a
Hughes, upper Cumberland.
EvAXfcVIlLr.. My 1. WcUber clear.
Mercury 54 to 70. Hivor rlson 10 inches,
20 feet I Inch on tho mark. I'ort list, up:
l'at Hogors, Ankansat hello. Ironside
and Simpson Horner. Down: Minneota,
Iinrmuda, Cbarmcr, Thompson Dcan,Chas
llrDwn, Tnrascon and Turn Jasper. Hull
ne moderate.
Louihvim.k, May 1. ltlvor about or. n
stand with 21 font in thu canal and 19
fe't In thn' Indian chtit(; weather bright
and beautiful. Arrived Andy 'Jaum,
Cincinnati; Cha Hodman, Now tirleans;
l'alltogefs, Mcmphi. Departed Andy
lluurn, Memphis; Hodman, Cincinnati;
r.ognrf, Cincinnati.
Bt. Louis, May 1 Arrived Oate
City, Galena, Fearless and llabbagt,
Cairo; Fayette, Kvansvllle; LoaIs, Mis
souri rivor; Kellogg, LnSallt; Atlantic,
ow Orleans; Johnson, Kuok.uk; .Means
and Oarrett, Oliij river; l'etrel, Comet
and I'iasa, Illinois river; Johnon, Keo
kuk; Laura Davt, Nashvillo. ltlvor fall
ing slowly. Weather clour and warm.
MARKET REPORT.
ST. LOUIS.
Sr. Loum, May
l.
HEMP Firm and unchangod.
FLOUK Uooddokitnd for brands at
1 60(o,C 0(1; but nncbangu In prico.
WHEAT Good duuiand for No "
spring at 1 2Gfjftl 27; fall dull and heavy
So 3 red. i a i(b) t as; rio s, i ouyi oa.
COKN Oponed dull and weak, closed
flrtnor: mixed regular oil'orod at C8 cash,
7 bid; for May, fcSSWJiJ.
OATS Weak ana closing lower; o 2
mixed MJ(fj!2.
1IAKLKY Nominal.
HYK Dull and declitiing, buyers olUr
Ing D0(T?,!).'i for prima and choice.
l'OKK Firm, IMG 17.
DltY HALT MEATS In better de
maud and stronger sale; loom clear rib,
8 CC; clear sides. 8 HO; clear, Sj; cloar
ides, buyers for Mnv, lc; shoulders, t'ljC?
7; clear rib, O'J'. "
LAltl) -Firm: ealo of country,!' j
WUlSKY-nigbiir.Ori
HOGS Firmer, I oU5 CO.
CATTLE In iwod local demand and
steady; prime and cholco native titers C
Cjcowaand hoifor.t, 1! 'JSl CO; Texan,
i G0 I 75.
.NEW OP.LF.AN.
New Oklkan. May 1.
FI.OUIJ Dull, auperllno t fcO; X fi I'.;
XX 6 60; XXX 0i); 'iU; choice "fS U0;
COP.N J-'Irm, mixed Sc; 'white P8fi)
UOc.
OATS Fair demand and supply CQg)
Via.- -
UllAN yulet, l :s:..
HAY Dull, primo23 01.
FORK Dull, 17 D0(ol7 70, tock
C,o?.7.
1IACON Qulit, Jobbing 7t&03lllc;
stock I,0."j2 caibt; hams tinner l'JJW.i::;,:,
stock 1,214.
LAHU guiat, tierca 10.J105; l;g 11,
atoek ',78
SUOAH-Firm. fair 7 Jo, good fair Sje,
primo 8Jc, choice 9Jc, etock 4,781 hhds.
MOLASSEB Centrifugal UfJ.Slc,
stock 1,034 bbla hold by buyers.
AVHISK.Y Luuislana u7c, Cincinnati
99e.
COFFEK-21JP:24e.
COttN MEAL-guiet 3 M.
CIllOAOO.
Cuioaoo, .May 1.
FLOUlt Quiet and unchanged
WHEAT In fair demand nnd ad
vanced, No I spring 1 20)1 no, No
I lit; cash or Mhv, 1 27' Juuo
1 101 20.
No :i
No 2
COKN Active and. advanced
mixed CI cash or Mny.
KTE Steady, No'JOlcgOJc-
UAltLEY Dull and nominal, No 3
1 251 19.
POKK Activo hiii auvanced, 1C 60
cash, 1C 70 dune.
LAUD Activo nnd advanced 10J cash
or May, 10 30 June.
HULK MKA.TS Steady, shoulders 0.J,
sugar curod 01c.
WHISKY Steady P4e.
MEMPHIS.
MKMrins, May 1.
FLOUU-Ouiot.
COKN MEAL Excited and higher
at 3 uu.
COKN Excited and higher at Olfo
02c. OATS Quiet atCSfttU 1 atnro.
HAY Steady,
KKAN Scarco nnd firm.
PROVISIONS. Quiet and unchanged.
CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, May l.
FLOUK Dull.
WHEAT Quiet at 1 45.
COKN Scarco and firm at C770.
OATS-Stcady m 18($57.
KYE Firm at 1 071 OS.
HAKLEY-Diill.
CHEESE Firm.
EOGS Hull and a tliade lower Ml.',
POKK Finn; country 10 70: city held
at 17.
LAUD Firm; saloa of current make,
stoam 10: kettlohuldat 10)
HULK MEATS-Oiiomd quiet and
closed llrmer; bhouldora tliCTji I, O II at
bid, 8J asked; sale, 8j huycrs fur lay;
closed 8J; clear !'.
HACON Steady; Jobbing, sliuuldors
UJ; C 11 !J: clear uj
WHIS J
-Klrm nt Ji
AMANDUS DERTHINGER,
FASHIONABLE
BOOT & SHOE
IMfuuviiwottu'oi',
Mb Slicft, ncM door In lliMol.V Sllllwell,
4
Owlro, Xllsy.
I'lne Hoots nnd Shot-it Mado to order 011
ihnrl notli'C. of lilt biit I'ri-iirh and Allien-
( call ktnrlc, uud lit uud talliil'actloii (u:''aii.
teed. Tiyhlui. aT-MMf.
iuuirnn.
OFFICIAL PAPER
STEW GOODS
Lowest Prices in the City
AT
BURGER'S
1 Corner of Ninth street sintl Commercial avenue, wlicro may ho found the
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST
STOCK OF
DEESS GOODS IH CAIEO.
J 3'uplinti, Dingonalx, Casluncrc;i, anil Sprin l)rc Ooml, all sold at prices
which '
DEFY COIKIP2STITIOIV.
While (!ond
1
Ktnhroiilerio., Neck Tiei,
Specinlity.
A FULL LINE OF
Ladies' and Children's Shoes.
Hurger keeps right up with the timet, tind ofiuw no fooili hut thoc which
ate new, elegant and Ktylisli, and cordially invito the people of Cairo to give
him a call and cxauiino'liiH Mock.
Phil. H. Saup,
J tns REMOVED
CONFECTIONERY
TO
Washington Ave.
CAIRO,
This is llio only il:ic iu flu City
Atucricnti and French (Jumlic. All
votiruclf.
TIIK CAIRO CITY
e
o
"A!
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T
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J?
N
COM J' ANY
At jitpparcil to ktiiily cU4tbuiBri
with tho debt
PITTSBURG
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ILLINOIS
COAL
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I.EAVi: OUllKlt-J At'
JSrilalllday ltro.'s olhVo,
No. 7u
Ohio Lewe;
OtTHalllday Urn.' M'lirtrflmai; A
jPAt Egyptian MilN; or
r-iPAt t bo coal ilumi). foot ol
'riiii tv-1'li.'htli street. I 7 ,
fyscul Inducements to Larga Consumer s
Smith ! Brinkmcyer
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Clothing
To
( idrr in ll.ii
and most
l.utr
AT
Esttcm riic::.
;Wn.shiiiglon Ave
Sfut i:i.bth si
s
Saiilli I Brinkmeye
A. J. UOK iAl. I).
(Ifllco ovcrThoni" ,t Urn', piorcry atoic
No, lilt Couinierclul aveuui, conit 1- KIkIiII
ttreut. Itoldoiu'i. cm tier W-uliluftoii uu
tie and l-'oiirlocuiti ln et
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
NEW STORE!
OloViV, Cuffr, ami Xofion.i made a
Cor. 8th Str et.
ILLINOIS
here tlrcr
u.lc U to
tlrcro i.i ii
ticniirul A,snrlnmtit of
call uud
cxntninc thoiu for
ur.-is-Mtni.
TO? 'SXOIC T6tJS
ii u irz
ill. II U Li J. J
IS OKA I).
Hi: IS Mil l. Ml lnU 4MI 151 t'AIM
lllu oiiicc mik! dl-i( nunry at
NO. 22 KuiMTit nrttr.r.i,
1 lict. Commeri'lal and wasmngtnu avenues
It is true, the dortor In ono ol" the oldest
1 iihsslclalis of tho iilacc. aud hla diploma.
that lianas in Ills otllcc. liovn that he ha
1 been 'M yearn in the ptot'cKloti. Ho 1 doing
a larger otUr.o iirauticu than any other phy
1 dU'lau, truatint; nil klmln of chroulo dlHease
I ol the human system, mch an old ulcem, aud
all dheaM'H of the nklu, hliuiorri and blood
I polsoiiit; also dtcnsen of the throat; nlM
I nil dliteasnn of tho eyns of yearn atuudtUK :
al.m artlllclal cvch inserted; lletula cured
I without Urn iiko of 11 unilo ; cancer cured
1 by tho annltcatloii of mediclne: nimpletou
I tho face removed; all miliary dlaeaao
, cured ; all fornix of venereal aud private
I JUeuscHuttrrd in thu t-hortevl time; aomla
I woaknes and celf-ab'.liic cured lu a ahot
time.
It U sell-evident that a physician treating
cncn for twenty-two year acquire great
.kill.
All consultation contldcntlcul, In pe:on
or by lettea. '
medicines furnished at olllro In al!
rti-2.1 tr.i nu. daii fiur.Tz
1HT vroitKH
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE OKOGEll,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer lu
BOAT STORES
N'o. 7(i Ohio Levee, CAUtO, ILLS
JSTSpeclal attention Riven
mentfl uud llllliu; order.
to
i'oulgn-U-'i
tt
SAM WILSON,
in: 11.1:11 iv
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3XTo. HO Oliio Xjovoo,
CAIRO ILLS.
l!A(i DHALKHS.
'1 11 15
SI'
NMM1 l'AI'BIl STIM1K i:0,
III ClicstiiutSirfcl,
ST. Ml I' IN, IMS
I'AY TIIK IIICHCST (MSII I'HU'KS,
7 eta. par III for Hoft Woolen.
'I etc. per lh for Wool Uariiet.
I lb 1 i ts, pur lb for Wool lUankita.
ii I-1 els. pur lb for Old Cloth.
i1 AIM) US' CLIPPINGS
. A. SPECIALITY.
Wanf Uotlqn
Wta l'apoif. 1
Ilaga
Old Hook and
166 3-'.'l-8w.
FonvartUtif A OmurU
Commiiiicii Hmkuk,
Dealer t
PLOUK, GRAIN. MAT 'AMD
WESTERN PKODXJOB.
Ohio Lsvkr,
CAOti. Ill
C.
CLOSE,
GEHERAJi
Commission Merchant
And Dealer la
Tiime, Cement, Planter, Htlr, .
OHIO LEVCE.
t3TI will ivll In car load lot) at
tureraprlffn, adding freight.
PETEPl CUHL,
EXCLUSIVE
FLOUR UERCHAKT.
MILLERS' AGENT,
. X7p.vao niai j Tii-ti
" CAIRO, iLLSr- .
JOHN B. PHILLIt 4 SON,
(Succvmor to .lofta B. RiIUv)
General Commission
AMD
FORWArNG MERCHANTS,
Dealer In
HAY, CORN,-
OATS, FLOUR
MEAL, BRAN, fto.
Agents far Lafl'm & Rand Powdir Qmfuj.
COH. 'VKSTll ST. onioLrvBr,
CAIRO, ILL!.
N.I). Thlstlewood. V. 3. Tkbtltwooal
THISTLEWOOD V CO.
OF.NEIIAI.
Commisssion Mirchiati,
Dcalen in
Flour, Corn, 0J, Hy,
Ac.
So, TO OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
MILLER & PARKER.
General Commission
FORWARDING MRCHANS.
L.I. (...Jl" t U
Healer In , ,
' r '-IV
FI.OUH, CORN, OATS, UAI,.
A go 11 In fur Fairbtnk's Sclu
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
PARKER & AXLEY.
ORUUfiBO
And General
Commission Merchants.
NORTHERN BUTTZK
A Specialty.
Comer of tth Street aud Washington At.
.. ... Piro,
5-t-lMl
XlltB.
W. Stratton. . BtrO,
STRATTON Su BIRD
Wholesale Grocers,
AND
Commission Merchants,
Ageuta Ainorican Powder tyoapwj,
a? ouio zxyxs, atMe.
COFFEE, HARRISON CO.,
(Succor to D. Hurd tt Saw.)
yODR VTJl.HI xz3src
CommisBion MerohaHtt,
n.UUB. URAIH AUm BAV.
No 03 Ohio Levea, OA.IRO, ILLfl.
BEMIS, BRO. CO. "
BAG MANUFACTURERS
AOK.NTd FOK
IIOMH COTTON MILLS,
:iil Ohio Lovee,
Cairo, Ilki.
J. Mi PHILLIPS,
KOnWAKDlHQ
Commission Merchant
WllAREAOAT
PROPBIKTOE.
1
Vreprepared to forward all kindt of
Frolght to all poiata.
!3riliilueMUndltl,":oW,JX'
NKW YORK HTOjIJC,
WQOLKSAL1C AND JUITAJL.
tAHOMT VAaiBTT ttOfM IU ltf
1
OOODtiaoIiU TBT.OLOtlV
Nnsr
UAllO, ILtlllOat.
"o, a rATiiu
rMLLlAU STdMIfB, M. D.
BEHIUKKOK-Na.nl. TMWMBaj
6tw u WlwrUawnJa.al
itraet. OMc w tm
Walaat
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