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THE CAIRO AND V1NUENNK3
HAWiK er TJHn.J
On mil 1 alter mmday; February 22, lh7i,
y. . ootwa MOiiTir.
. ""' 1 1 IVI A.M. il!0,l A, SI
jnaiinu uuy, lenvo Wll "
Vienna, leave..., ...... thill "
lUirUburg, leave H.iq
Worm City, leave 0il5 "
Carml, urrlvu.. OibO "
Carnil, leave (. k. 10:00 "
Urayvlllc, leave 10:10"
Mount Carmel, leave.. ..Hit: "
VIllCUlM, ll-HVU 12:2."i P.M.
O.&.M. Junction, arrlvc.l2::t:. "
OOt.Nrt 80U1 II.
O.A.M..Iumtlon.IiTOtf 7:I.Va.m. lA
Mount f'nmirl, leave
r7:'r "M -Jt-oo p.m.
,.. !):I8 lu;17
,.10:00. flii l '
..10:10 " r.-tU v.M.
..10:44 " TilH
,.U:i:i " p:io
. 1:17 rat. 1L':ir. p.m.
. 2:12 :::io
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Snnh City. Icae..r.
Mound-City, leave, ..
UOUND CITT ACCOMMODATION.
.oav Cairo at 113 a.m. and ft:i:. p.m.
LcaveOIoiind Olty at llli.'i p.m. nud 0:10 p.m.
1'rrlnht tralni st'op over nlfht at Carnd;
rim iroin tlien' :n mixed train, learlnu at
f.x a.m.; Ic.ivlnx Ylnci intc at 7 p.m. (he
tame t'U'iiln fur return lrii.
At Cairo with thu .Mln.lio.ippi fiilr:il,
ilolillo all Ohio, for nil point tu uro.
Ark.in:i uml Tc.a, for alt ioiu in Aintn--j'
At A'lncnnni: InillanapoUnand VJiiceiinc
railway torlniltanapoll atnlnllt.olnli iiprth,
tart-and Avissti with Kvaimvllle. unit Or:tv.
lonlm IUu railway for Et anm l!o,Tjrra Uanto,
Danvllli, Chicago ami all polntn north, iM
amlWeat; with Ohio' unu JHvinMppl rail
way for Ht. Louis Lonlsvlllo, Cincinnati nml
nil point eaktlinil wtt.
At Norrls City cro.jOis the ptlnliell
atul llUaoh Southeastern railway.
I.. W. I'Al.MKit, (Jou l Huii't.
x.. i . ij.m, 4gn i i;nf8on;or, Aft.
VMIYSICTAX & RUUGjSOy.
VM'r'iOI-tHtSJat C()MMEIC1,AI X- .
ANI 'SIXTH 'sTIJKlfT.
ltIIICN li Hi-vontli Uleir. hctwetii
MTuflilutnn Av. aii-l WaluulStircl.
'- '. . WJ-i3'Jt.f
-Slk.lrrc l!lf() (l.pttril, ..'lit,;
ftQ.l Vi'lLington Avmuo.
LVJHOr r .l rv,m ,
i.i' it r.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
i.r t i r.-
np ai.i. icisi, HAiin asp sfrr,
Keep Ofll-l;ilsI 1 (.11 lialKl
Tonncr .11 th Stroct
and Ohio Lcvco.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 7 Ohio Lntop, (JA1KO, 1I.I.S
65TSpct;lul ottontton jrlvcu
menu uml liuini' oritur.
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3XTo. XIO Olilo Xjovoo,
OiiccnswniT, Chtiin, (iiitSf.vaii, Itocl;
oiilium nml Yellow Wnrp, rjtonoMitfo,
ritlttn OfimnuMils.niitl Tojn, Fmicy
(Jooil-i, I'lulcilwitfP, Tallin uml t
l'ocket Ciillory, I.ftiitw, .nnp
Jiooklii;; Glnsspi, etc.
in fni-1 everv kind of itooTls belonging to a.
QUEENS W A ll. Ii
Tor tho next Bixty daya I will oiler tho,
nbor golds at and liolow cost, foreusli only
The good must bo sold to clotii thocoiictin
Close bin era aro especially Invited, either to
t,mfl rind' sen fur themholve or rend their
older?, In ullliercsee I gunraiitco satisfaction
.i ,.J. T. TIUlMAH.
i. . i. Assignee of'iirioh, luvli cc
Cahio, Ml., Aprtl 'Jl. tl-i.
JOHN U. OBERlY EDITOR:
Hccc-'cd Ejlpressly for the Bulletin.
Tl.r. fill....... IWIIltn,.
,Wf Washburn Talked
for"JSecrotary of tho
UNDER DISCUSSION IN
Wasihi. .to.v, 1). O, May C Tho un-
custlnri of tho throo lallll.jn ctintonnii.1 jub
was nirly oponia to-day in tho homo of
rcpmontatlveu. .Mr. Kolly led olf In r
windy dr.olanmtion of an hour in nupport
of thu bill. .Mr. Hub, or .Maine, thon
ipoko un hour fcalntt It, followod by .Mr.
1'acknrd, jf Indiana, ond .Mr. Tremaino,
v.. ..m imir, m in invor. u tic rultii
wro iuiimndod and thu 1,111 ini.,tn n.
poclnl order for to-day. and lor uvorv
y Ihcreaftur until dunotod of. Thnrn
aro Uftoon members flit on tho l.u ,f
peuken, po that " it Ii iTo...il,l
that tho meifuni riill run i.r
Wook Vftt. Mr. Hulo' macrU
'U theSmoit ilrikiiiL- ono of thn iln.v i(n
addretitd hlmiolf to tho many quoUioni
itivo.l7od, ihowioi;,tho burden i.bout to ba
mpoiod on tho taxpayer, and citini; tho
irevioui IcsUlatlon of
that tho friendu of tho bill did not or
iginally aik fo a congremlonal tppropri
atlon, huihad oU(jht concreiilonnl rocop
nition In ordor to give- character to tho
All thii whilo tbo RftlUrieiworo crowd
ed with tho J'hiladolphia lobby, both
oic, ond Mr. Iialo took occanon to pay
hii rcpoeti totbom for their importunalo
and .nnoyinp endearort tn induco mern
btr to go' fur their pot jpb;
Mr. E. H. Wns'aburnc, proon tniniitor
to Prancn, It murh talked of for secretary
of thn tre&iury. Hccrctarv Kicbardeon
hue returned to tho city.
ARKANSAS SI ATTKHS DIC( SS2Il.
At tho cabinet tiaslon to-day thorn was
orno con venation over tho condition of
all'airi in Arknnsi. but tho exocutivo 1ms
not yut given a decuion. Tho tttornoy
uencral stated that tho nttornevs for
Hrooks had not yet comploled thiiir ar
gument, and havo r.tfced for a day or two
top,c,:aro It tl'orouKUy.-- M
rcprescntoJ. Aniitmt Kecrotaries Maw
yor and Cowan lo!ng pro?ont for tho
treafitry and Intorlor dopnrtments re
spectively. PAYMENT FOP. ALvKP.TIStSO.
It iippcarfcd during tho Investigation of
two yean sino, that the district govern
ment had then paid for advertising In ti e
city papcri abuit ono hundred thousand
dollars. This covornment had only bcon
a short timu in oxiitoncn, and tho sums
paid v;oro regarded at out of nil propor
tion to tiio public noccs-iitlca. 1 1 o v.' much
has been paid to thcio papers sinco tho
Urst investigation has not been put In ovl
donco, but it has boon called for, and may
possibly trAospiro tiororo tnls investlga
liou Is ended.
Tho committoonro to-day instructor by
tho houio or representatives to examine
Into thu mattor of tho blowing up of tho
ato oi mo uniiuu mates district attor-
noy, In respect to which rumors aro in
circulation nllecting tho conduct of Mr.
Harrington, secretary to tho district gov
ernment, and one of Governor Shophord's
counsol. Theeo charges aro so serious
that it U. hardly proper to dwoll upon
thorn in advanco of tho official domina
tion of what arn certainly very mysteri
ous and stifplcious circumstance.'. It is
probablo that this entire investigation
will bo closed at an early day.
tiii: kamson iui.l.
Two objections aro madu by western
men to Mr. Karon's bill for redistributing
thu national currency ono that, Instead
f taking from tho Kaetorn and Wostorn
talus their proent excess of ovor eighty
millions it withdraws only (wonty-Qvo
millions, and loaves xsow itnglanu witti
hor procont monopoly. Tho second oliloC'
tlou Is that tho bill is bo drawn that cur
rency Is not to bo issued to applicants
from tho 'NV est so 5oonasbanksBlir.il bo
filed, but tho tardy procoss is to bo resorted
to of making a requisition upon tho East
ern banks for part of thoir oxecss. It is
not boliovcd that thoso banks will bo in ft
hurry to roturn thulr oxcesslvo circulation,
or that Mr. lCnox, tho comptroller, would
no very .oiotis to cpmpoi mom to uo so
In tho moantlmo tho banks to bo organ'
ized In tho M and .South may whistle
for thoir proportion of tho twonty-Jlvo
mllli;ni of curroney. It Is obviously tho
iiirposo ot tno Jvat'torn banks anu tnetr al
ios in congress 10 cnoai mo wcsi oui oi
k redistribution of currency iustnsthoy
havo dona by tho act of 1870, und its modo
I'inckniyyim.k, Ills, May 0. Tho
trial of Wesley "Wllmoro, for tho murdor
of Ed. Jones, in Jackson county, July
4th. ovor a vour aso, eommoncod horo to
da', Tho prosecution' Is conducted by A
rue i aim li. W. i- ouniain. r. r. m
bright, J. IJlackhurn Jonos, Jt. W. U
Wheatloy and E. 11. Lomen for defendant
Tho prosecution plosod their caso.this ovo
iiintr. and tho defense opens in too morn
lng. The caso lias oxcttcu mucii icoung
among tho parties, ai.d thoro Is a lively
interest maturated In It. X'uono sympa.
thy Is runnlriK Scnorallv In tho interest o
tho defendant, especially slnco tho hearing
oi mo uviiienco on iieiiait oi, luo proaccu
tion. Tho caso will probably closo to
TWO IIKOTIIUKS SHOT II V OKK MAN.
OiyciNNATf, ()., May 0. Two broth
era. named Walkor, woro Bhot at Owen
ton, Owon county, Ky yoatordny, by
"Win, Smoot. Ono of tho brothord died
Instantly, tho othor is dangorousiy
wounuuu. ououi citargeu mom wun nav
Intt socurod an indictment nsamst him ii
tho l'Vdnral court for some misdemeanor,
CAIRO. THUJISDAYMAY 71874
IVri'' AT V"n?Tir I burciallii for Key Woat to-morrow, urn I
J-NJClW I.KJXSJS I thoncoror Norfolk, VlralnU.
Walking Mulch Jictwcou
James Oonlon Bennett
ana John Wliipi.le
.SKW ioiik, MayC In tho fluprpmo
vuuii, j vnoruay oviuonco was taken on
mo tracorso Intorposod on behalf of
'lucres Small, tho littlu gp-1, aged
twolvo yearc, forcibly" sibduclod by Uapl.
Williams and 1'ollco Cotnmlssionors
(lardnor, to tho roturn or the two latter,
mado beforn tbo court fow .days sines.
It Is Intondcd oi.thu part of tho girl and
tnoso with wbom she lived to disprove
tho allegations mado by "Williams and
naruner, trial tno place In which tho girl
iivo'i wuj a pannul-houso, and that tho
giri Had goon uiod an i docoy.
A V.'AI.KI.V(I MATCH.
Tho walking match this morning bo
twoen James Gordon JJorinctt and John
Whipple, tho famous amateur podea
trfans, Tor $3,000 aside, wai won by
Dennett, th.i dislanco being nearly ton
miles. Timo, ono hour, torty inlnutca
and Ufty-Hvo seconds. Whlpplu was
nearly eoven minutos behind.
In tho suit or M. M. Simpson VI. tho
Union l'lieillc railroad, Jay Uould and
others, Judgo Honohuo rendored a decis
ion this afternoon. Uo denies defendants'
motion to dismiss plaintiira complaint for
want of jurisdiction, and orders plaiutlll"
surety for costs to bo increased from $250
w .-,uuu, ana retusos un Injunction to ro
strain transfer of stock of tho company
in tho hands of tho defendants.
(Joo. Van Velscr, a confidential clork
of tho Hudson river railroad company
railud, together with Uaxtor.anothcr clork,
to mako his appoaranco yostorday ai usual
in tho oflico. Subsequently tho corabina
tion lock of tho talo, or which ho only
had tho koy, was found to havo boon tain
pored with. Tno door was rorcod open,
and it was discovered that $32,000 wero
It was agreod to-night, at the mooting
of tho grand army of tho ropubllc of tho
department of Now York, that thori shall
bo no distinction between tho Union and
Confederate graves on docoration dav.
Hoih will bo decorated. Of tho latter
thoro are many in Cypress IUU and othor
eomolorios around Now York.
IKpo ball Atlantlcs 21. Ualtlmuroj 3.
Twenty-four Hundred Miles
Wire for Shipment.
Laborers Emh?rhtiiis: to
into the Condition of
the Erio Canal.
I. isi'v,!.-, May "i l.argo r.'.nihcrj of
pooplo havo visitod tho sWamnr 1'arady,
ying oil wooiwicn, taxing on poaru mo
now Atlantic canto.
MAKI.SO nr.AKY TO HAIL.
Two thousand four hundred miles of tho
cable are now ready, Tho sloamor will
sail in about ton days for tho coast of New
TUB POINT OV BU1IMEIISIO.V IN EUIIOPK.
The cablo on this sido of the ocean will
bo landed and submerged fiftocn miles
south of Valentin.
VIKE AT fKA.
London, May 0. Tho captain-of th
tuamship Ohio, which arrived at t'uoeiis
town yesterday from i'hlladeipiiia, ro-
rts that a fire broke out in tho hold on
Thursday last, and tho llarnes wcro not
extinguished beforo a part or tho deck and
tiio cargo wcro burned Tho Ohio has
proeoodod for Liverpool.
1MMI0HATI ONS THE EHlK COMPANY.
London, May C Tho Btoamor Caspian,
rrc m LIvorpool ror Quebec, to-day took
out ooO agricultural lnborors.
Tho London Jlauklng nsioclattcn nai
appointed Mr. Tylor, ono or tho officials of
tho Loaru oi trauo, to examino into ino
condition and prodpocts ot tho Erio Hall-
the omo AP.mvr.D.
LivKtirooi,, May C. Tho steamship
Ohio has rerchod hero with her hatches
tightly battened. It Is thought the Hro
hi tho hold is not extinguished,
Uonorni Sickles has sailed Tor tno Unl-
tod atatea, and Minister Jay will sajl on
A KIKS AT MAWAYA MAUOUKll IN MAN-
1' an am A. May 0. A flro nt Masaya,
Nicf.rauL'iiii. burnod 110 housos.
A Uritlsti manoi-war na9 gono lo Val
paraiso to invortlgnto the ensa ot Capt.
llvdo. of tho stoamor Tacma, wnlcn cap-
ei.o'i a short timo ago outsido of tho har
bor. It appears that, after tho trial of
tho Hritish court at Valparaiso, Captain
Uvdo. with t ho consol oi tno iiritisn con
Bui, took passago in a llritish vossoi for
Litvorpoot, out tno unman autuoriiica
took him from tho ctenmor and marched
him in manacles through tho stroots or
Valparaiso to prison, notwithstanding tho
protest ot ttio consul.
QuKiino, May C Tho ilrst sailing ship
from England waa at Itlvlorequollo yos
torday. Thoro is no ico now in tho
TnitKE ltivnurt, (JtiEiiitc, May 0. Tho
Icq In tho rivor is pn tho movo, Lako St.
Voters will probably bo clear to-morrow.
ll'ii'TON, Out., May 0. Tho stoam
boiler In Irving & Down's planing and
saw mill oxplodud this morning, instantly
killing Englnoor Donald Koblln, his son
and a young man named Miller McGov
oris, and soriously injuring four others.
Havana, May C Tho United Statos
steamer Gettysburg has arrived from tho
Gull o( Darien with ouglnoora who htvu
oxamlncd tho Nicaragua and Atrato In-tnr-oeaanlo
caml route. Tho Gettys-
DKUTOIUiANJJ. t :.
TlIK H.VOtK, May '., 1871. (loneral
Van .Swlotcn, tho cornmandor or the
Dutch oxpodltton to Achoen, and hlfl stall'
havo returned to llatavio.
Ijirixr. JIock, May (,. Tho pro.i
agent's report that JIa.Mor men say Urooks
had tho Supromo Court Iudgn", ilonnutt
nnd Searle, arrostcd, Is nnot.T dollborato
attempt to deceive tho public unread.
They do not protond to mako such n."cr
tions horo. On thocontrarv. tknrrhnrMn
over their shrowdncsa and sagacity in
thus preventing u c.Mlon of tho Supromo
Court, whoso decision In his own case,
Ilrooka hai always cxprossod himsolf
willing to abide by. Oonoral
IUacher. of Ilaitf.r'n rr.mmnnrl in.
day rocolvcd n noto from Judgo Hen
jittt's son, and promised to foward it to
nim, romarklng, with intent to decolro,
that it would take soveral dava for It in
uov.il nun. juugo -ncuiiiro, oi tii o su
promo court, issued hahoas corpus writs
to-day, which wore sorvod upon Oonorals
IUacher. Churchill and N ewtnn. f'hur.
shlll replied that Judges Uonnott and
Soarlo wore not in his charge,, and ho did
nt know vhoro thoy woro; but If ho had
known, ho would not toll ordoliovor them
up. owton and Dlachorinado noronlv.
iirooks was rolnforcod by ono hundred
men, under Capt Gibbons, or l'orry
ctntr Ji'sTici: McLunn
to-day had a writ sorved on Gonorals
Churchill and Illochor, commanding them
to produco tho bodios or Messrs. llennntt
and Searlo, arsoclato luelicos of thn m.
omo court, whoso arrest was mentioned
yestorday. Thcso olllcors ropllcd by stnt-
ng mat martial law provallud In l'ulaski
county at this timo, and thoy know of
no ordora except thoso which camo from
luo ilaxtor.sido has
advice's rnoit WAsniKOTON,
that Senator Clayton nppllcd to tho pres
ident for tho uso or Eedoral troops in
searching lor the two judges, out tho pres-
tuuiib uucunoi io tei mem no usod lor luat
purpwo. A fow dnys ago the llaxtor el Jo
sent to St. Louis to bavo a'duplicato soal
of tho state mado. Tho seal win for.
warded yesterday bv oxnress. This morn.
lng boforo tho express agent had time to
deliver it a squad of Iirooks' men entered
mo omco, and captured tho seal. Consid
erable activity prevails on voth sides to.
night. Sentinels aro doubled around llai
tor's hoadquarters and a general military
nir purvauos overyming.
ifuvv Orl.' ""ii
MtMPin-t, May 6. It is piiipor to ro-
poat tho statetnont sent in thcso dispatches
that thnro is no BuD'oring or destitution
ahovo Napoleon which has not or ii net
helng relieved, nnd care snould hu taken
to fend Buppllcs to responsible psrtlos nt
tbo depots already ostabliiUed below that
point, in ordor that thoy may bo properly
distributed, l'lantors rrom bolow wero
in tho city to-day trying to procuro hands,
who contlrm tho previous statomont in ro
gard to a largo numhor or colored hands
refusing to mako now engagements, think
ing tho government will provide for
Tho rivor nt this point has fallon about
two inchos, and a steady docllno is looked
for. It is ealo to stato that from Now
.Madrid to tho mouth of tho White river,
on tho Arkansns sido, there is not n Binglo
plantation that i entirely submorgod,
whilo on tho call sido thu darnago is
trifling, tho lovcos in Tunica nnd Coaho
ma rountlos, Mississippi, having thus far
withstood tho flood,
New Ohlean?. Mav 1. Mr. A.
Mardis, writing to tho 'I'icayuno' from
Hlack rivor, says the country is submorgod
dcopor than it was in '07. Among tho
people thero has boon grcit privations,
and in some instance fullering. "Picture
to your mind tho condition in our local
ity, whon holpless widows and childron
aro compollcd to light against starvation
with two and a half cars of corn a day."
Aftor mentioning other cases or destitu
tion, the writor coneludos: "Hut for tho
timoly nrrival or supplies from tho roller
committee or Now Orleans, tho Buflnring
would hnvo been Intonso. It thrills mo
with horror to contemplnto what our con
dition would havo b'.'on had not tho hoav-on-sent
r.harity reached us in time. May
tho donors know what it is to want.
If thoy could witness tho otl'ect of thoir
noble nets thoy would fully roallzo that it
Is more blossod lo glvo than rocolvo."
Nashville, May G A special to tho
Nashvillo papor, from Columbus, Tonn.,
at 11:30 last night, Bays:' "Thore is groat
oxoltomont horu to-nluht ovor au outrage
committed by a nogro named Morritt
Voorhios, upon tho person of a young lady,
whose natno is with hold bylrequost of hor
friends. Tho villian met her on tho out
skirts of tho city, about 9 o'clock, and
accomplished hia purpose bolero tho
nuighbors, who had boon aroused by hor
scroami, could go to hor assistance. Tho
pollco aro in pursuit of tbo negro."
vllllll Kelly will bo hung in this city noxt
Piriday, ror tho crlmo of ropo on a whito
woman, committed about two years ago.
Klmrlir Whitworth has made all tho no-
cossary preparations. Tho gallows la
erected in thn bottom, just outsido tho
city limits, to tho loft ot tho Murfreshoro
piko, lotwoon two hills, from which Inn to
twenty thousand peoplo can wltnoss the
Pun.Aiini.PiA, May 6, X masj moot
ing or Polos was held, nt which resolu
tions wero adopted tor tho formation of an
organization to bo known as tho "Polish
Organization in Amoriea," for tho pur
poso oT mutual protoolion and assistance
in ordor to aid Polish immigrants. Ad
drosso In commemoration of tho anniver
sary of the adoption or tho Polish consti.
tutlon of May 3, 17U1, woro mado by dis
tinguished spoakeri, and n oomtnlttoo was
appolntod lu roferonco to thn centonnlal
exhibition In Philadelphia.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Phil H. SaUp,
"o only jilaoo in tho t'ily
iml TCiicii C'.idiIrv. All
Cincinnati. Mav c At tim ,nnnitn
orthoKsman Oathollo Archlhishopfl tc-
day, l'hiladnlphia wai mado an archdlo-
...... m t t , .....
v.u. xnu oiiior aronuioccses it is thought
will bo croatod. -Tho meetings of tho
archiblshops aro strictly prlvalo. Tho
nows of tho action in rogapd to Phila
dulphia is porfoctly reliable.
Si-nisoKiKLW, May C.Chlor Grain In
specter Harper, or Chicago, has mado his
report or tho recoipts and expenditures or
his olhco as follows :
Cash on hand March 31, 1871.. $10,850 47
Cash colloctod In April 2,.118 14
Expenses of oflico for April.... 4,il78 10
Ualanco on hand 17,800 -12
. . -
Uoston, May C Tho entries for tho
groat stallion raco for tho championship
of tho t'nited States, closed to-night.
Tho followine: horsol Wflro nnlnrnd I'tilt
Sherman, Uommonwcalth, l-'ormorlv
Dred,', ihomas Joflorson, Stridaway,
Foarnaught, Jr., "W. 11. Allon, Mambrino
Gift, of Detroit, Eex Tatchon, Pilot Tom
plo or St. Louis, Smugglor, formorly of
Kansas, Joo llrown, 11. W. Gonot, Sam
l'urdv, ot San Francisco, Vermont, Ah
dallah, Nod Wallacoand Draco l'rlnco.
Tho purso is Slo.000 nnd four gold med
als, and will bo trottod Soptombor 15th nt
Popl Ait Ulltf, Mo., May 6. Uoforo
daylight this morning somo unknowh nor
son broke n lock oil' tho outor door ot tho
jail whoro Purdom Is confined. Further
operations woru stopped by tho approach
of tho guard, l'urdom's brothor Is horo
liring up things. Tho prisdnor wa3 in
W -" ' " 'I " - -I-.-.. 1 4 . 1
continued tbo caso until to-morrow, wbon
application for a change orvonue will bo
made and will bo granted by Judgo
Owens, who will fund tho caso to either
Iron or Mississippi county.
Two hundred llapllst ministers na'iod
through hero this evening, en routo to
their national convention at Joll'orcon,
Chicago, Mav ii.
WHEAT-ti-iiot nt $1 Wt cash May;
SI n luno.
FLO II It In modorato demand; good
to"chn!co spring'oxtra saloablo at $5 70
UOllN Steady and modorately nclivo,
C I J-o regular May; UDJoJune, nominallv;
OATS Dull and oasior, 47Jl8c June;
4Clo bid cash.
WHISKY Firm, Oio.
POKK Quiet, $10 OC017 70 Juno;
-10 90IG yr. July; nominally $10 CO
cash in Muy.
LA ED Firm, modoratoly aetlvo nt
10 25 cash May, 10 35 June, 10 'J5 July.
HOGS Kecolpts 18,270; olllcial for
yestorday 14,361 nctivu for medium to
choico, Yorkors soiling at 6 SOQb CO;
good to choico hoavy grades 6 0B5 00;
common and light grades aro weak at
1 OOQS 20. Jiuyors holding oil', hoping
to obtain concessions.
CATTLE Moderately active, a shale
o.isinr, recoipts 3,'Jl0.
PROVISIONS liuiot and firm
NKV YOU It.
Mkw York; May 0.
WHEAT Qulot $1 CI01 50; choice
C01'N (Jutot, 84 SCc; hold for 87c.
OATS Firmor, C7f3C'..
MESS POHK Quiot, $17
LAKD-Quiot and steady, lOJo
WHISKY (Julot and steady, 07
OiNfiiNNAii, May 0.
WHEAT Firm, $1 15'i 17.
COUN Firm, 2070.
OATS Stoady, uOJi.
COTTON-tiuiot at 17c.
WHISKY Firm at 0:'.
POUK Firm Rt?17 DO.
LAUD Firm, steamed lOjc, kottlo 10J
IJULK MEAIS-Stoady, sales at 0,
UACON Firm, Bhouldors 7c, clear
rib Og, cloar'JJ
St. i.ouis. Mav (I.
FLOUU Firiuor; low medium grades
1 higher; rail superior $1 25t 70, A
Co 60: .X $5 2Co 70.
WHEAT Steady and unchanged. No.
" srlni; $1 20)01 201.
COUN Easior, c5G81c, track aud el
evator. WHISKY Firm, or.o.
POUK-HiRhor. $1717 25.
DUY SALT MEAT Firm, littlo do
ing; salos of a million andahalfelor rib
at St. Joseph last evening at 81a cash.
11ACON Firm nn.l hold hlghor; only
a gmnll ordor trade.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M, D.
i.'ciiwi?nM a Thirteontli Htroot.
between Wanluirton areaua Walnut
lUeot. Offico-rji'J svomnwrelal yenue,.itp
Cor. 8th Str ot.
ulioro lliero i.i n Oeneral Anortuicnt of
I aik is to
call nml uxmiiino tlioui for
THE CAIRO CITY
P AN Y
Ate prepared to supply customers
wiiu tno nest
i.kavi: OIlliElW AT
rsrllallld.'iy llro.'a olllee, No. 70
ETTllallhlay Itio.'.- WJiarnioat;
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nt. ii ... i.M.i j'li.in iiiiu-; in
E-iT'At tho coal ilinini. root nl
Liiii ij -i-iiiiii bireci
Special IdntEStats lo Urge Co&mntn
Smith I Briakmeyer
Ouler In the
WILLIAM J. ALIih'N,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OllUioviir Klnit National bauk. S-lO-'lm
SAMUKh l WUEELliH,
ATTORNEY k CUUNSKLOR AT IWS
Oflico over First Nutlonal hank. 8-lMm
Wlllaiu C. Mulkoy
MULKKY & BON,
ATIOHNEYS AT LAW
dial and Washington avenues.
UREEN & UiLUKRT,
OOUNHKLOUU AT LAW,
Willtam 11. CTrwrn. 1
Wiitwm U. OllbBfl, Y
MTflpeetal alUatlon Kttam to Ailatmtlf
a r rio onio irn. worn T A,
A - A
T ' T
Smith ii Irinknei
Ok.veha. CojfjtusioN Mm
la3 Ohio Xbwi, Cairo.
B. J. A
AYlJttl ft Ot,
GENERAL COMMISSION M
Ho. 78 LlTra, OnsOjttMi
J. M. PHILLIP,
Vrcproparcd to forward all kind o
Freight to an poiate.
I3"ilinlnrks attended to promptly.
NW YORK STOjCJC,
WHOLESALB AND BSTAUii!
LinOBIT TAMITT ttMB TBS W1
GOODS SOLD V1BYOLOBB.
troruvr of taetoMtk mtrtmmt Da'
C. O. FATUBl
It. Levy. J. K, Ul
LEVY & LANE,
Hilcce0r o II. I.svf
titul dealers fa
mnr.s.FrjKS, FEATHERS, .
Ordcr and Oonslgninenti Bollcited.
u. a. moms . x, p,
mom k BROTHER,
Succesoan to U. M.Hulea,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKJQ.
St(le sta PMiejr OrMMlH,'
Foreign and Domeetto
..A 9 1 1 ft '
uainu, ., -i win.
.. D.Mathuis R. aVF
MATHUSS & UHL,
Forwarding ft Gcnral
I' LO Ult, GRAIN, HAY AND
And Dealer lu
Lime, C'cmont, Plaster, Hair, 4o.
J27"l will fell In car load lota at uuMitv
torero prices, lidding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLI8 A SON,
(Sitcecisor to John B. Fhillw.i
MEAL, BRAN, 4'
igeob for Lsflin & Rand Powdir Omfui
COK. TKNTH ST. & OHIO LEVUE,
No. SO Ohio Xj-vM
N. II. ThlstlewooOT-
v. j, TkUtltWM
l'lour, Corn, Oats, Hay, 4o..
No. 73 OIUO LMVEB,
OOFFEY, HARRISON CO, H'
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