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RAILKWA1IS.
"iTMEOAitiy."
LL1N01S OKNTHAi. ItA HOA1).
tXAINS MAVK Cll
Mall at 'JtM a.m., I Lilly.
KxpreMA !J:00 p.u "
kfalghtft 4:00 a. in.,, ..except Sunditv
might at U; a.ni....
Krtlgbtat 1:00 p.m "
AHMIVF. AT CAtKO.
Mall at .2:in a.m Dally
Kxpreiwat .2.05 p.m.,....oxeer-t .Sunday
Knight at .0:15 a.!ii.,,..,rxrct Monday
rTeigm ai.,....i:. i' m., vai-vi .Tiiuoay
rralk-litat iw p.ra
1M iH.-tf. JAMK .fOHNgoH, AKlit,
THE CAIRO AND VINOKNNUH
RAILROAD.
V1IAXUK or riMt:.
On and alUr mmday, February 'J.',
Iralni will run u follow :
1871,
OOINO NORTH.
I'.u-riiRfr. Freight.
i;airo, Have .:) a.m. u.o.i a.m.
Mound OUy, leave r:i'2 " iX "
VUnna, leave iiM " 8:7 "
liarrlsburir, lfac 8:10 " 11:4:1 "
Horrli City, leavu 'J:l. " 1:3 im.
Carnit, arrive 0:.n) " '!:.! "
Cannl, leave 10.00 ' 4:4.', aim.
tlrayvllle, Iravc 10:10 " S:.Vi
Moiiut Carmel, leave.... I Irii " 7:iw "
Ylntantud, leave VltXp.V. 0:20 "
O.M..ltiiielliii,airl0.1'i::i:
OOINO SOUTH.
O.AM. Junction, leave.. 7:1. a.m.
Vlncemies, leave "SKi " TifKI I'.M.
MouulCaniHl.teaw.... Uttl 11:00 "
Orayvllle. leave IM1H " 10:17 "
Canul, arrive 10:() " 11:30 "
Cmrtul, leave 10:10 " 0:l.i A.M.
.Norrli City, leavr 10:44 " 7:1s "
HarrUburnli. leave... .11:4:1 u-vi
Vienna, leave 1:17 i-.M. I J:I. l-.M.
Wound Cltv, leave 2:42 ' !I:I0 "
Cairo, arrive : " :i:o "
MOUND OITT ACCOM MOt'ATIOX.
l.av Cairo at 11:80 a.m. and Sil.'i p.m
Leave Mound City at 12:35 p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
Freight train atop over night at Cntnil;
(uu front there a mixed train, leuting at
tM a.m.', leaving Vliiceiin.'i at 7 p.m. tin
s.tnit; ttculiigor return trip.
COMNKCIIONii.
At Cairo with Hi" .MIU-lpl Central,
Mobile atip OhW, for all point Mint; Cairo,
Arkii and Tvxa, for all lrita In Arkaii
la and Texn.
At Vlncennes: Indlanapoli'and VlncenncH
railway forlndUnapolls aud all point north,
taut and went; with Kvamvtlle and Craw
lordsvltle railway for Kvannvllle.Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all points north, eat
and went; with Ohio aud .MIni-,.Ipl rail
way for 8t. Louts, lxulivlllo, Cincinnati and
all point cant and wort.
At Norrli CUT tropin;; the .vpMngtield
and Illinois Soiitbeuttern railway.
L. W. Falhick, Oen'l Hup't.
K. I. WxLsov, Oen'l l'aiiont;cr, Agl.
37-13-tf
lll'HIUIAMM.
ML M. IIOWAKD,
VHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
uKHCK-COItNKU ('OMJIKKCLW. A.
AND SIXTH STHKKT.
KlttlUEKCU Seventh Hretl. I..lwcen
Wahln(rton A v. and Walnut ftuet.
2C2-3-2l.tr
DR. W. JiLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
iudtrt Ul k (upMaitil iditr Ml Sire
and Washington Avonuu.
J-3Ur.
UAIKO, ILLINOIS.
LITMUI-.B.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
lKAI.Kn IN
LUMBER
OF ALL KI.NIH, IIAKIi AMI SUIT.
Keep roll-tullll Oil build
FLOORING, SIDING
AIX), LATH,
Conner Jilth .Street
Mill and Yard
and Ohio Levee.
tXXV.0. llili.
BOAT MTOIIKS
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
lAririT T.i a stv nnniivil
COMMISSION MERCHANT
Aud Dealer In
BOAT STORES
No. I Ohio Irce, UAIKO, ills
given to connltfi).
. 1 111 .... m..
i ii
SAM WILSON,
DKAI.KK IN
BOAT STORES
Groceries. Provisions, Etc.,
NT o. HO OUlo Ijovoo,
CAIRO ILLS.
'IlE MILLINERY GOODS
t'HKNII MB1N(J UOOIIN
M Jt S . M . JACKSON
(formerly Mm. Swundcrs,)
iouuci tht tho bts just; opened larg
jruneoi oi o
4,WK3T,
HOST FASHIONABLE,
ANDHANDSOMKkT
nry Uoods to be found in tho market
'vlll Keep on nanu
I, BoNNKTt), Klowkkb, Kuiuomr,
.IMS TRIMMINUS Or ALL A.IND8,
Va VnRNiHiiiHd (loniiH. NnTin
r ubnibiiinq u oo us, motions,
...Ylars, Undkrmlbkvkh, Kurrs,
, . .SaaiIb fnnnil I,, mllllnnrv stnrn
Inory
all
S will be disposed ol at tho lowest
U ilcei. Mn, Jackson roBpeotrully
'nation of the Dnlaonaue whlc!
cu
'tally besUowfffffupon her by
HUH IU VII'IUKY,
11
lie
JOHN H. OBERLY EDITOR:
Rrt or'ctl Expressly for the Bulletin.
WASHINGTON.
Movements to Abolish (lie
District Govcriiicm.
Krlin f'nnfiuna inn nf thtt Sllllnll
Property.
"WAalllKOTo.v, Jlay C Tho tnovemont
to nhollth llio district govorntnent ! gain
ing atrunctli very rapidly. Th enrrup-
tlout of which it tin been guilty hni inadu
a itoncu. senator blowart bill to nbol-
Iih it will probably becotno u law
I'EK.SONAI.,
Tlire It authority for tatitiL that Hon.
Edwin C. Morgan, of .Now Vork, hni
boun telvuraphcd to como here, and it t
uppoicd by (Oinu knowiii); ono that bo
can have tint lecrotaryibip of tho treat -
ury department If ho will accept it. Tburu
U a ditllculty in tlm wuy, that New Vork
has already a cabinet appolutuient.
Thu rutiretnu court ycderdav decided
tho confiscation catu rolatlvo to tl.u
It.lliKLI. rnoi'KitTr,
and ttivcral other titnilar cnH, holding
that tbo proceeding in t'jo dlatricl court,
in pursuance of which property was sold,
wuro rvgular and passud n lull and I nUo
fcaslblu titlo to tho ptirchafern, and so,
notwithstanding tho subsequent repual ol
tho law undor which tbo lirocuedinus took
placo, llii decreo ol tho circuit court, which
rovotsod the docren of tho district court,
was Iheroforo ruveraed. Justlcu Stront;
delivered thu opinion; .1 ustlcrj Clitl'ord
dhicnttd.
TIIK OKNTCM.MAL Afl'liOl'lllATION till.'.
has the floor to-day. Tho proportion
ti to debr.to it till near adjournment
and then call tbo provious rjuosliou, with
tho understanding thnttbl votu tball bu
taken to-morrow alter the ruhdiug of thj
Journals. Thero has boon most vigorous
work for the nroloct amonc momours and
friend) of tho tueaturn to-night claim to
have 130 Tutos pledgcid for it. Tbo bill
will, howovcr, meet with strong opposi
tion.
WiSTKItN WAT KU-WA TS.
A niovument is on foot to socuro itn
agrcumnnt nf thu woUern and (outbern
members with tlm dulouallun trom renn-
sylvanla to hold a con vention before tho
elections next fall in Su Louis to conald
er the uertion of moro tnonoy and all
matters pertaining to trio improvement oi
weitorn wnter-wavr. Tho proposition is
to inuo a call for such a convention bu-
foru tbo adjournment, and sat lorth the
reason for such an assembly.
ARKANSAS.
lie Arrest of the Judges.
LiTtLt: Kock. May fi Thore can bo
no doubt that thu fupremu judges woro
arrfftinl bv order 'f llaxter. Thu ouor
who mado thu arre.t admits tho fact.
TIIK KKADO.SS KOI'. TIIK AIIUU T
. - .1 Ml. I. -
may tio fumm-il upas ioiiows: i ueru
landing approprialion Ol u.uuo nv vuo
disposal ol thu governor for tho payment
ol the militi wnen cniieu 11110 uuuvu s-,r-
vico. This tUtuto was passed in lHHS.
Tho tjovornor mado a rifiiiitlon for u
portion of this fund, and tho auditor
drew a warrant upon tho troasurer for tho
tnonoy. Tho troasurer, to protect himself
from any doubtful payment, refused to
pay thu warrant, whereupon mo imor
noyj of lirooka propred a mandamus
aualnst thu trensuror asuing mai uu no
compelled to pay tho money upon tald
warrant. Totho manuarnin ico iruaiuror
responds that tbo presiding olucer ol
tho lenati1, to whom tho election roturns
woro made, had declared llaxtor Oovor-
ornor of tho stivlu, anu suunius mai
lirooks has no nuthorily to draw upon tho
fund. To thi n roplication was prepared,
setting up tho jiidsomoht of tho Circuit
Court in favor of lirooks for tho otlico of
Governor and his installation into olllco
thereunder. To tbo replication a domur-
rer was prepared to tbo client that tho
Circuit Court una without jurlfdiclion to
render judgmont.
Tin: AiTMC.moN rot; a mandamus
was lo havo been prchuntod to tho Su
premo Court to-day. Tho ipiostion pre
sented by tho plendings would necossar
lly havo dfdorminod wao Is tho logal
Oovornor. To prevent this dotormlnn
tion by tho court, tho train was boarded,
about two lillios irom iuo nep i, vy n
squad of armed llaxter nun; under com
mand mono vvuiiaius, wuoiooh uuugvi
llonnott and bcnrlo.
SPRINGFIELD.
Tho Insurance Law.
.SpiUNdriKi.D, iluy Undor tho In
surance law of 18GU only ono company
has boeti orirauizcd, This compmiy hav
ing mado money, n nuniuor 01 oiner com
punioa in Chiuuo nro endeavoring to or
ganize, but as tho law is vory stringent
nono of them havo as yet perfected an or
L'iini.itt!on. Iloforo recolyinu a licenBO to
do buslncst, tho company must show that
It his f 0U,uuo citpiiai etocic paiu up in
cash. Several coiiuninica havo irivon no-
tico of tholr Inlontion to organl.o, but it
is not probablo that any or them will com
nl v with tho renulro'inonti of tho law, mid
tho auditor will not allow any wild-cat
Institutions to receive a liconeo.
rOBTl'ONKII.
Tho applications for injunctions which
woro brought tioioro tho I mtou mates
district court somo duys no, to restrain
the collection oi sinto mid municipal taxes
on riillro&d property in sovoral.countica
in tho state, wero heard nt chnmbon to-
Jay by Judio Treat. Tho cases woro
nostnouod uuiu iuo .itino term, partly
for tho roasgn thut suits involving tbo
mo law (iiicstious nro now nondinc in
tbo sluto sunromn court and in tho United
Btatos district court for tho nnrtliern dia
trlct, dec'lBlcftin upon which, it is thought.
win loon no gtvon.
TIIK HO.1KR.
A liconso to prcunlzo was yestorday Is
sued by tho accrotary of itato to tho "Ko-
zior M lulng rfnd Manufacturing l'm
pany," of Cairo, with a capital of S100,
TELEGRAPH 6
jcttf i JSpfe
CAIRO. WEDNESDAY. MAY 1874.
FOREIGN.
Jk'inoriilizntioii ol the Car
lists.
Bayard Taylor Discovors
Race of Peginios.
a
SPAIN.
iKnitAKo IN 1IILIIA0.
Mslilttn, .May C Marshal .Sjrrano on
torod Ililbno Haturday. Thero it great
rejoicing hero over thu deliveranco of tho
city. On Hnturdny ovening thoro was n
gei.orul illumination; tho municipality
linvo sent congratulatory dispatches to .Ser
rano and Concha.
Additional dispatcher from Bilbao stato
that partlrt of Carllst worn surrendoriug
in hopo of nmntsty. Thu main body is
still retreating in disorder ot the province
ot Uuipozecora. Ililbao is resuming its
wonted appctranco mid trado is reviving.
Tbo obstructions placod in tho river Nco
varian, to pravtint tho approach of gov
ernment war vi.'Mels, wero removed yes
terday. A priest lately discharged from n luna
tic atylura, where ho bad boon nn iiimuto,
itttmnptod to nssassinato Honor l'iy Mar
gall. IIo abut at Margail twice, tnJ,
milling him, ilirt himsolf fatally.
Limot, May 5. Much joy wai inanl
fettoJ by tho cltl;:oni of Lisbon over tho
natry in'to Uiltov of tho Spanish Uoptib
llean troops.
Ma n mi, Mrv 0. Tho main body of
Carllsts is at H?pall, undor l'rinco'Al
photiso. I).:n Carlos is at Unrntiiio.
Marshal McMaliou Is oxpected at Mndjid
on .Saturday nuxl. Tbo inhabitants of
I llilhao wero without brotd durinu tho
last veok of tho siego. Tho Kopubllcau
troops havo boon victorious in soveml skir
mishes In Andalusia, Valenci nnd Now
Castilo.
TAVI.OIi'B 1'IOMV ."TOUV.
Nvv Yoiik, May C. llayard Tuylor.in
a letter from Kgypt, gives an account of
tho rccout discovery of a raco of pig
mies in central Africa. Speaking of two
in tbo caro of tbo Khedive bo says : "Tho
hula lollows looked at mo with bright,
questioning, steady oyes while I examined
and measured them. Tabbul was forty
sit inches in hlght, his legs being twenty
two Inches and his body, with tbo hoad,
twenty-four, wbicb is somewhat bolter
proportioned thin II usual with sAvago
tribes. His hoad and arms are quito sym
metrical, but bis spino curved in romark
ably from tbo sbouldors to tho hip joint,
throwing out tho abdomen, wht' h wa'
already much distended, probnblv from
bis diet of beans and bananas. Yet tbo
bend was erfct, tbo sbouidorson a lino of
gravity, and thoro was no stoop in tbo
posture of tbo body as In South Africa.
Tabbul measured twonty.six Inches round
tho bronst and twenty-eight around tbo
abdomen. His hands and foot wero not
largo but wero coarsely formed, and tbo
knoo joints wero disproportionately largo
and clumsy. Tbo facial angle was fully
up to the average. Thero was good de
velopment of brain, flno intolllgont oyes
nnd n noso so ilattonod that in looking
down tbo forehead from above ono siw
only tho projecting lips beyond. Tbo
luntrils wero astonishingly wido and
fquaro. Tho complexion wai that of a
dark mulatto.
Raging1 Waters.
Without rood-Living
Kafts.
OH
Towns Invaded by tho Flood.
NEGROES FEASTING ON
GOVERMENT RATIONS
Nkw Oklkans, May 5. A contlonmn
who has been over tho country reports to
thu 'Times' n sad condition of affairs pre
vailing in all directions on both rides of
(irand Luke. All tho plantations botweeu
that lnkn and llavnu Tec do nro oversowed.
l-'rom Terrebonne htntion, on tho lino of
tho railroad to HrMhear City about J)3
miles, tho wholo country Is ono vast shoot
ot wntor tip to within a short dislanco of
llcrwick's buy. In tho bay tho water win
17 inches below tho high wntor mark ol
1807, but it was rising. It was his opinion
that all the plantations on both sidos of
the bay would soon bo submerged. Lovoos
wero belni; put up, but tbo matorlal was so
porous that tho wator carried away almost
as fast as they woro mado.
Kkw Uiukans, Jlny o. Thoro is .10
abatement of tho crovassooverllow. Tho
following oxtiacts from lottorsto tho gov.
ornor show tho condition of thoso living
in tho overflowed dlstriclp. Kdgar Fa
.end, manager of tho Boll Kivcr plunta
tlon, Assumption parish, says :
In this section ot tliopiri.li thoro is a
opulntlou of about l.UCO, whito and
lack, destitute of tho first necessaries of
life, living on rafU and house tope. Thero
is no transportation of nnv kind, anil tho
nearest land is twenty milos, All tboir
cattlo and horsos aro drowned. Tho wa.
tor is still rising, about six Inches in Ml
hours.
Mrs. S, A. itrlgus. writing from lies-
poria plantation, Madison parish, says i
rcrinii mo to can your niiontion to iuo
sull'orings of tlio frcodmenon my pHn'.a
linn ono nuiuiroj aim ton in number.
Wo aro subniorgodj morchanls not ox
tonding credit; provisions exhausted;
stock destroyed. Women and childron
como to mo, and 1 am without moans to
help thorn or myself.
Tba roitoi committoo roport ouictaliy
to tho governor that up to dato they havo
bcon distributing 40,000 rntions daily, and
that in thoir judgmont fiO.OOO rations daily
for sixty daya will bo requirod to rollovo
tho nrossing wants. Tho government
olothlpg arrived to-day and is stored in a
Unit oil States warehouso subject to tho
order of tho governor. I
Mkmi'HIB, May f,. Advices from l'ron. !
tlsi, Mississippi, atato that tho lovoo broko
on Saturday night ono and a half miles
below thoro; aleo at Olencoe, sixty inilos
Ijelow, whllo anothor crovasso is hourly
oxpsctod at l'rido's. Wator is pouring
through tho crovasm at ('nttish I'olnt,
which la now 160 yards wido. Tho I'M.
vato fiend, Arkansas, Is also broken, in
undating 1'all's Furguson't, nnd otbor rich
plantations of tho two named, having
ovor elovun hundred acre? of cotton
planted. Appeals oomo from below Na
poleon Tor moro mipplioa f,lr tho sutl'oror.
Th rollof committoo nro busily engaged
in tilling orders. ' . b
Mkmphib, May 5.Capt. Mark Ulicolr,
of tbo itohtiior Gcoreo W. (Ilieek, con.
! tirmt tbo report of platilora along tho
river abovo Napoleon, that negroes who
Imvo been driven from their honiei byHhu
overflow, rofiuo nil offers of employment
from plantor who wish to hlrrt1 them, say
ing tho govornmotit iji)ing to furnish
tbom rutlnns and Ihfy ''Co not want to
Work.
Mkmimii.x, May Tho continuous
rains of tho spring Imvo mado tbo ground
so wet that n replanting of tbo corn crop
In Western Tennessee will bo nocess
tiry. lONTBIIlt'TIOXK.
Tbo peoplo of Memphis continue to
subicrlbo llborally to thu fund for tbo ro
lief of the peoplo in tlm overflowed dis
tricts of tho Mississippi Valley.
Tbo llrashoar 'Nows' says that Ilea
tboar City has r.u avorago depth of tbroo
feet of wator; near llvo feet in front of
town, and but tbrco acres ol dry ground in
tho placo. Goods ftorod in railroad do
pot, nnd spaco not so occupied used for
public market.
!-hoofer has tbrco plantations and
t ionty families In distress, cocking nans
tunco'lo transport thorn to tho highlands.
They nro now living on raft.
On Mwoot Hay I.ako flltoen families aro
flooded out; on lllack l.ako Million fami
lies; on Laura, sixteen.
Vi'i: arc now printing bill htatU on
fonrtftn pound paper at tlic bnn price t
SS.'J.") per thousand. Do Hie tiu$iur
nun of On'ru mint Idll Iiradt ut loirrr
price Ij not, tiny thould s'uil tlntr
ordr to Tin: I5im-i:tin and not to
S. .oid's anil (Jhirwjo.
a AltNIVEU.
Stcumor John Kilgour, Now Orleans
" City of (iulncy, "
" 1'oarlcss, St. Louis
' Hon Franklin, Cincinnati
" Kittio Hegler,
llawkoyo No. 'J, rittsburg.
' City of Alton, St. Louis
' City of Chester, "
" Idfowild, KvansvilK'.
IlKt'AItTKK.
.Steamer John Kilgour, Cincinnati
" l'carloss, l'ittjburg
Kittio Heglor, Littlo Kock
" llawkoyo No 1, St. Louis.
" City of (uinry, St. Lotile
" Hen Trankliu, Mutnpbis
" City of Alton, Now Orleans
" ldlowild, Kvansvillo
" City of Cbeiter, Mouiplm
The decline In tho Ohio at this, point is
very elow, bolng only ono inch ia twenty-four
houtfi bul within tbo next fow
days wo may conlldontly oxptct tt ten a
very rapid fall. Tho declino at Cincin
nati yestorday was tbroO fcgt live inches,
and nt Louisvillo two foot. At Kvans
villo tho rlvor roso ono inrh. Tho Mis
siisippi roo ten inchc." nt St. I.nuis ye
torday. llusine'J is improving a little.
Tho wi-ntb" r. though a Klllo cool, was
ploasai.t.
MARKET ltKL'ORT.
CHIUAOO.
('lit' aoo, May "".
WIIK AT
1 "J7 I tine.
-Honvy. I
:")J catb, .Ma),
CORN Steady, moderately activo, CU
regular May, 06A Juuo, nominally, t.oj
.lulv.
OATS Dull and easier, 47jfo)-S Juno,
f'.J bid cash.
PLoi'lt In mo'orat.i domanil, good
to choice spring extras ealeablo lit Si 7&0rt
5 85.
1'OIIK (iiiiot, flO C5(10 70 Juno.
.Inly 10 00t !)5, nominally $10 65
ca3h in May.
LAUD Kinn, modoratoly active, 10 'Jo
cash Mbv. HI 35 Juno, 10 oO July.
WHISK Y 1'irm, saloabloat Dl.
llUU3--llccoipts 11,31'.'; olUclal lor
yesterdrty l l.OUO; activo for medium to
choice, Yorkers soiling nt 5 30'i GO;
good lo choico heavy grades 5 Ot'J !)f;
common nnd light grades aro waak nt
1 y06 "0.
CATTl,K Moderately active, n shado
cisior; receipts :i,I87.
bT. LOUIS.
St. Louik, May 5.
WIIKAT-SWady nn 1 unchanged, No
2 spring 1 2J1 kOj
(JOHN Firmer, 6U track and olovator
OATS Higher, tc on track
WHISKY Firm, Wo
I'OHK-Kirm, S17.
DHY SALT Ilighor iij6ll'j.
11ACON 1'irm, 7l&JXc, clear, buyer
-Mny, Otc
LAUD Nominal.
CINCINNATI.
Cincinnati, May !.
rLOUH-uiot.
AVI1EAT firm, 1 -1C1 -17.
COKN Kiam, 1870
OATS-Stcady, 6U50
COTTON IJuiot, ldo
WHISKY Frm, 02o
VOIMC Kijni,17
LAUD Firm country make, sloaiu 10
kottln 11c
HULK MKAT8 Firm
SHOULDKKS-C'i
CLKAH Itlll Snles bj, clonr 'Jo
HACON Activo, lirm nud higher;
shoulders 7c; cloar riUfnld at '.ijGJ'.ijj; clear
sales O30.8J
NEW YOKK.
,I i:w York; May C.
(iOLD-HUJ-
WHHAT-ttuiot, $l.r,l(-7)l f,8: choico,
?1 00.
COUN -Quiet, Sl(7i60c-.i bold for H7.
OATS Firmer, C7fn00').
SKKDS-tjulbt, 10f)10Jc
MKSS l'OUK-tMi'it, J17.
LAUD-iJuliit ivud btoady, lOJo.
WHISKY (Inlet and steady, 97(07 Jo.
DISSOLUTION".
The p:illncihlp lieietofon' cxMlug lie.
twci'ii tho undcrclgr.cd. under tho tlr'm
lunieof A. T. nnd .1. T. Zaiioiir, In tho a.
loon Innliics, U t III- ihiy dl'oUedby inutintl
I'omeiit. Tho liii-luen. w (.Uu t'outliiutul by
a. T Zanoiii', wlin will pay all tlchtH owing
by aud collect all debts duo the tli ni,
AN'IONIII T. .ANO.NK.
.losnfll T. . VNONK.
( mho, lll., May 1M, 1H7I. Kl-riU-lOt
(J.W. DUNNING, M. T).
HKSlDKNtIK corner Nlnlli tinil Walnut
itrectii. Olllco cornet' Sixth Ureet and
Ohio lovce, Olllco hoiii's-IrmnO n, in,, to
in,, aud II p. in
lull
OFFICIAL PAPER
Phil H.
Has REMOVED iiw
CONFECTI
Washington Ave. CJo. Stli Str
CAIRO) ILLINOIS.
This i.i tho only jiliico in the C'ily
Aiuorlcan
uml French Cainlio. All I
yonrfolf.
General Con. mission
Milt-
FORWARDING MERCHANS.
Dcaleri In
l'i.Ol'lt, CORN, OATrf, HAY, !n.
Agi-nlM for I'uirbatik'.s b'cale?.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER & AXLEY.
GROCERS
And (icncral
Commission Merchants.
NORTHERN BUTTER
A specially.
Collier of Sth Street and Wti'lilngton Ave.
Oairo,
4r. t-ir.-it
BEMIS, BRO. & CO.
EAG IflANUFACTURERS
a(u:.nt roi:
UOMi: COTTON .MILLS,
:t(l Ohio liowo, - Cairo, UU.
Assignees Sale
OF
Oiicriisrviu'f, Cliiua, (linSftvaic I!ml.
cnliuiii nnd Yellow Ware, .Stoiifiwuv,
Clilna Orniiiiinitsniiil Toys, I'ltnci
UiioiN, 1'lnlcihvaiT, TuliK' ami
rnckft Cullcry, Lainpi, l.anp
Chlmni'yn, LiiiiipTrliuinliig!',
Looking (ilasst'M, etc.
In fact cwrv kind or goods belni!Iii;; to a
I 'li st w'lll
QUEENS W All E
BTOBU
For the iic.t Mxty il.iyi I will oiler the
above goid at and below co-t,lbrciHi oulj .
'ihegooiiM must bo cold to clou; the concern.
Jloe btivi-N arc especially Invited, citlicr to
come '.mil m'p for thoni"clves or send their
onli'i-i, in either esse I gunranlci' .itl"faction
.1. T. THOMAS.
Assignee of l'ai-oii, D.il-iV re.
Caiao, III., April ir, IdTI.
HKAL EflTAlK
ACKUV.
( li.u 'J hoi
Join, O, llarman.
J. Q. HARMAN &. CO.
EEAL ESTA TB
HOUSE AGISTS,
COLLKCTOnS,
CON VIC VANC KltS,
NOTAIJIKS IMinLICS
And Land Agouti l the Illlnol-Cenllal and
llllrllugton and MUkoiiiI It. It. Co.
North Cor. Sixth ami Ohio Lpvpo,
CAIRO, ILLS.
C. WINSTON &
CO.
Real Estate Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
7 1 Ohio Lkvkk, (Second Floor,)
L'AIltO, ILL.
Iluy mid Sell HIIAL K.STATK. I'.iy TAM'.
Fui'lllslieH AbstracNof Title.
taTliiuid i-'omiulthloiifi-.
l)M'T TRUST AN Y MAN
Who (.uysliu will pay "00 fgru caso ol Ca
tarrh which Ho lIN to euro. Woli-oll's Ca
tarrh Annihllator has curcil tliouniiuls who
would Inuo perilled without It, and iny
aucnt will I'eliirii thu liioiuiy lo tiny pur-cliii'-ci'
who tl'ieH a bottlo and Ih , lint bcliollt
ted. Did you ever try WOLCOTI'S PAIN
I'AlNTr lly Its iiKoJiuriu never blMci i It
stops lloadache, Tuothaelm and Neur.ilt;i.i
within llvo minutes, or money refunded.
U. (Ioi.dmhu, cor. VJth & Locust H., Ii
HIV llgcllt. U. L. WOLCOIT. IW S.'i.V8w
H. WARDNKR, M, D.
, II, Ci. PTALKKU, . I).
OAicii and foldciiuo 111 CoinnirvI.il A,i
nctt do'ir to thu Athoui'ttiu. eLlU-tt,
tXm.
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Saup,
wlic ro thovo i-; :i Ooncral Ajsotimont ol'
tisk is lo call mi 1 oSniuint! them fur
lt:.-l2-l.:iui.
r.
CAI'lto" CITY
I I
A!
L'
si'
i
u,
CO.M PAjS'Y
Uro prepnird to supply cimtonitu
with tho hci-t
PITTSBURG1
r;
A.M
ILLINOIS
COAL
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j i.kavi: oiinr.iis' at f
I (r-jfllalliihij liio.N ollhc. -Vo. 7(1
tOlilo 1.,'M'c:
' Mrilallidavllio.V Wharf boat;
i ir i"'At Levptiuii Mlllv, ov
I t'At ttii- i-oul dliliip. font ol,
Thlitj-i'luhlh urett. j
Speciil testis to Lirge lmw:i
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Eetlent Pri:
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W'iisliingloii Avq
Ncai-.LiHhili M.
S
t, in vi iin.
WILLlAif J. AlJilON,
ATTOUNEY AT LAW
IAIHU, ILLINOIS.
J It n iv jr l'iri-t NiUoncl biilik. Il-lli-aw
HAM UHL 1'. WTI KKLl'JK,
,TT0RKY (IDUMUKl.OU AT LAW
OA1HO, ILLlUOIti.
OUIiioover Mnt Naitoiul oaiik.
U-1 Mm
loiiu ii.Miimi'y.
Wlllam 0. UulUey
MWLKJ5Y SON,
A.TT01tNiiYK AT liAW
OAIUO, 1LLIN01H.
OllVc; i:ti;hth htroet, between fauimei
Dial and Wnidilmjhm avenues.
6.14 If. ' ' .
(i HI KN (IILHKHV,
AlTOHNKVt-
O0UitUKLOil(3 AT ..LAAV,
William ll.Uraun, )
Wiilumll. Olllerl,
OAIUO, lU'.lNOlft.
,Milour.OIU(.rl,
J
STBpfOUt tlntin plton In AJmlilti sd
IvriOX (lUIOI.UVKM.HOOUt 7 i-UD 8 0TIU
ONkBY
lm I Snatopr
mm I hum
WW jRltthoflw Brother,
'( i'V?n riA i. ' Com ji'rs.oN MkncHANr,
i t ,
, '. Ohio Lovce, Ciri
I) i A ysttta.
1C. J. ATMS
AYEIW ft 00.,
PLO TJ- OR
AMD
OK.KKIIM, COMMISSION MIIIOHAHTS
Mo. 78 IiavKis.OHtoaAlM.ZUs.
J.
M. PHILLIPS,
' KOltWAItDlNO
Coininission Merchant
WllAHEAOAT PltOPniETOR.
PrcpreprireJ to forward all kimU of
Freight to all points.
liTrilinliicss attended to promptly.
NKW YOHK STOxUC,
WiIOLESALK AND RETAIL.
IAUdlliT YAfcl BTT (TOOK IK TBI CITT
OUODU BOLD VBKY OLOHK.
loratr oi aisitsitls stisslsU Com
BBcroltU AVMsa
CAIBO, ILLINOIS.
0, O. FATUU
It. Levy.
J. K, Ltne.
LANE,
LEVY &
Succeor to H.Levy
Coiiiiuissfoii Merchants.
and dealer in
JIIIILS, HiltS, FKATHER8,
Ut ESWAX, BIOS, ETC.
Order and Consignment' Solicited.
No. 1)1 Ohio Le tv, OAUtO, tt.L.
ILU7 l-i'-O-lMi.
II. A. Thorns
It. 13. TbOlM
TUOMS & BROTHER,
Huucesotrs to 11. M.Uulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DULIHI IM
Mnil nA Vmuey QroretlM.
Korcign and Domestic
1U4 Uommarclal Avnu,
OA1UO. - ILLINOIS.
.. J). .Muthusi E. 0. Uhl
MATHUS9 &, UHL,
l-'urwnnliUK General
Commission Merchants,
Denlcl' III
I'LOUH, OUAIN, HAY AND
WKSTEUN PRODUCE.
Ohio Lkvkk,
cT
Caiuo, Im.s.
CLOSE,
OKltKItAL
Commission Merchant
Ami Dealer In
Lime, Ceinotit, I'lastor, Hair, &c.
OHIO LEVEE.
TJU'l will m'II In car load Iota at inauiilaf
tlli'i'iH prices, addliiKjVelhL
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON,
lSiicci'"or to John II, Plilllis,)
General Commission
FORWAWING MERCHANTS,
Dealer in
HAY, CORN,
OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, RRAN, See.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powdr Compauy.
('OH, TKN'TU ST. .V OHIO LKVEK,
CAIRO, ILLS,
PETER CUHL,
KKCI.VSIYK
FLOUR MERCHANT,
NH
MILLARS' AGENT,
3NTo. OO Oliio Xievooi
CAIUO, ILLS.
,N . II. TlilHlcwooil. l'. J. Thltllcwood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
OKSKHAL
Commisssion Merchants,
Denim In
Fiour, Corn, Oatc, Hay,
ko.
X.i. 78 QIUQ LKVEK,
cairo, Illinois
COFFK, HARRISON A CO.,
(Suooesscn toD. Hurd 8o.l
yOBWABDINO-
AMP
Commission Morjh'an'ts,
ri.eua,iiifi" t
No 03 Ohio Uvw.

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