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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIItO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY HORNING, MAY 5, 1870.
NEW SERIES NO. 4.
ENEItAL IiKLIVKKY open T:: a, m.; clown
V i . in . ; Suartav: H to a. m.
Mma-v Order ili-purtiiienl opeli ut 8 a. m.; cloxoti
nt ti . in.
'I'liniii,'h KxpreM MiilU via Illlnnln (Vntrul and
Mlliiil Central II itlro d ilo v al p. in.
Cairo mill l'ilur lilutl' Tlirou-;li and Way Mull
cli...- m a::sn p. in.
Way .Mull mi HIIiioIm Central. Cairo and Vin
ci" ho uud MUnli-slppI Ci'iiinil Kullroail clwu ut
let', p. in.
W iiy Mull fur Narrow Cauu'o Iinilroad clow' nt 8
. ii.io htiil KvuiikvIIIii Ilhcr Koulu clone at l:30
i m. (Lilly (except Friday).
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
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WhnlesiK- ami Kelail DeiiKl in
Fni'oinnnd Domestic Liquors
Wines of all Kinds.
NO. UO OHIO LKYEE.
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.. k nl' the hel -.imiiI" In the imilk'-l uml l'Im-
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WliiilowCihivs. Window Shmlcs, Ktc.
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A u v o v a Oil.
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nil coluo tlitiiji at Ian lnA'.
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Go to Haivlavn'.
LATEST FROM LIVERPOOL, NEW
VORK AND CHICAGO.
I'rlpCH Ctirront In tlx wo Markets
LiVKiii'Ofii., May 4, 1 p. in. -Corn new,
2'ls .2h (ill; dl.l, 27s ,lS"s U-l.
Wlifat dull uml niu lianscil.
I.t r.i!iMK)i,, May 4, 5 p. in. Market ni-
NEW YOliK (.I1AIN.
New Youk, May 4, 12 M p. m.: Kunsa
Wheat nominal; No. 2 Clih'iio. 1 22J
1 2IJ.;; No. 2 Milwaukee ijl UT; Rdl
Winter $1 321 !!!. Corn (piiet; steamer,
.12c; No. :t, .10c; No. 2. 5:5.c.
C'HI('A0fiHAIN AM) I'ltlilU'CE.
ClIIfAfai, May 4 (closing rejMirt). Pork
Junes TO&'j 72i; July $4 .1(8 00.
Wheat May ?1 ll.'4';.Iune 1 0; July
il 0lisH'. Corn May iiftc; June 40'c;
The President Pleased by the Confes
sion of McLiii and Ieiinis.
DEBATE ON THE JUDICIAL APPRO
'I'lio Kimuu'l Hill to Try tho Title?
Wa-iiixoton, D. C. May 3. 1S7S. Out
of the confes-ions of McLin and Dennis
Mr. Hayes extracts much pleasure. He
smiles when the suliject is mentioned, and
hopes there will he an investigation, lie
cause an investigation will put a stop to the
cry of fraud. No one was ever more cheer
ful under atllictions or more cool in the
midst of excitement, than Mr. Hayes. He
niakes and liretiks civil service rules, ap
points convicts to office, and quarrels with
his party, ahvavs with u sni'c as pleasant
as a May mui.iing in this mii-t lieauli'V! o
cities. The Judiciary Committee, of the
HmiM', sometime next week will he listen
ing to w hat a dozen or so of Radical thieves
from Florida have to say aliotit the election
of INTO, and it is helieved will prepare a
report which will il'stiirli this serenity.
Yesterday the Senate failed to take final
action m the hill repealing the lienkiupt
law, and referred it to a committee. This
was tine.pect:-d and showed a great change
of opinion on the part of Senat rs. How
ever there is no doiil.t the lull will puss,
and he so winded as to take ellect at some
future time perhaps in January next.
I'Jcliato on the question of Government
aid to improvements in the South will com
mence tn-niiiht. General Chambers, of
Mis-ippi. will speak paiticiilnrly as to n
Smt I ii rn Pacific railroad and improvement
of the Mississippi rive r.
The Democrats of the llousejln their dis
cussion ( t' the Legislative, Executive and
Judicial appropriations hill, have shown a
determination to stand hy the reduced th
tires presented hy the cninm;ttce. SpcaW
Randall left the cIk't on Tuesday to insist
upon the most riged economy, tind showel
all the force and clearness which made hin
so valuable and ami in'lueiitial in the Hons.'
tel'ore pis election to the speakership.
Mr. Lock wood, of New York, nt the
evening session of the house yesterday, ad
vocated what is known as the Kiinmell bill,
ui- u authority to the Supreme copt to
ii'ytliL- title of Mr. Hayes to the presidency.
As Mated above the lioiida confessions
will be investigated soon. They have at
tracted a "ivat amount of attention in Con
mess, and the passage of the Kiininel bid,
or soiiic s'milar iiic:-miiv. is not by any
nie. uis improbable.
Rtv, Mr. Jasper has i-nuken l-!s piecy hi
Washingt mi, and goes to the principal cit
ies, He pivws from Sciipturc that the
eaith is lixed and ininiovable. and to ti
his language, that the "suit do move." His
consideration f" 1 1 it subject is based entire
ly on S.-iiptuie, It is literalness nm mad.
Theaiiival in op-waters of what may
proven Russian cnjcr has aroused John
Hull to a l'u!! sense of the danger of his
commerce, should we repay him in khtd for
the mean, coiilt-mplil le pan he took againM
Us in out late war. 'I he ch'ckens he t ok
pains to hah 'i cut al that .'me appear veiy
likely to come home to roost at last.
THE MEXICAN ROHDER
lit-. M.II-.M.S III-' I.i.lljKi illi .AM.INli ON 'in,.;
IIIO ciMi.;. i,,,. niii, i.vs, ill I I'D TO
i-vi'.ia i -I-! ,i,ti w k -nit-; (uivkhnmicnt
11 .1.1-1 M I A WVIVUI-t I. I-.YI-. t;: AKl-'AnlS.
Wasjii.miton, May I.- At the Cabinet
council to -day there wan sennits attention
given to the recent rcpnit relaling to nf.i
tatioii on the Mexican border. There is
abundant evldenccyif the fact that a strong
movement is inaugurated by the friends t!f
I.t idoon theAmerican sidedf iheKioOrande
lo cross over for the purpose of (-renting trou
ble for Di-iz. ReporlH of this clt'ect have
been received by our Gnverninei.t. The
Sccrctarj- of War, iift.-r the Ciiliinet a.l-jotirni-il.
issued an order to (ienerul Ord en
joining it ujion that officer to he particular
ly vigilant in endeavors to prevent anv in
vasion of Mexican territory with hostile in
tent from the American side of the Rio
Grande. The opinion in Administration
Circles here i that there will lie serious
trotilile in Mexico and particularly tdonsf
the Lord. r. The J'ollowers of Lcrdo are
without doiilit instifratini; Indian raids into
United States territory for the puqiosc of
having United States troojis pursue them
across the river and thus produce
additional complications with the Mexican
jfovcrnincnt. This fact w.'.s mentioned at
the caliinet mectiny;. Escoliedo is in Texas,
and the opinion that he should lie arrested
fur violating neutrality laws was expressed
Ly wnue memliers of thu caliinet. The
forcifoini; information has lieen received
liy our government throuih ti numla-r of
official channels, including not only military
authorities, lutt civil officials Milirdinate to
tlw State department and Department of
Justice. Directions will he immediately is
sued from each of these departments for
the prevention of violations of neutrality
Gat.vkstox, May .1 Nothing of interest
transpired on the Rio Grande t i-day. The
civil and military authorities are" taking
measures to prevent violations of neutrality
laws. The news correspondent says it is
the opinion of the liest informed people on
the liorder that the revolution will lie suc
cessful. Diaz" officers tind it difficult to
prevent garrisons from pronouncing for
latest phase ok the eastep.x qrEsTiox.
London-, May 4. Though Russia is
believed to have secured Austrian neutrality
her military situation in Turkey is now re
ported exceedingly critical. The attituda
of the Turkish soldie-iy is reported more
favorable than ever for an alliance with
English troops. A month ago Russian in
tlucnce seemed on the point of cai.ving
everything before it. but now the Pint
seems more intractable than ever and the
Turkish army is so strong that the threa
ifif the Russians have little ellect. The
Turks have trenched positions ami are
scarcely inierior in numiiers to what the
iMuscovitics can mass, so that not onlv can
khere be no question of surprise, but even
It he tiitist serious attack might be resisted
sufficiently long at any rate until help could
come iioin eisewiiere. It is not there-tore
considered likelv that thev will accede to
the evacuation of Varna, Shnnihinnd Rat
ouuitvento get the Russians away from
the neighborhood of Constantinople. Gen.
Todh-bcn therefore will have to display
considerable diplomatic talent in the at
tempt to overcome all difficulties. While
the conciliatory disposition in St, Peters
burg must be stron1 it is not to be worn
out by u temporizing policy, which the
Turks, feeling the strength of their posi
tion, will doubtless use with their well
known consummate skill. Meanwhile,
though-direct negotiations with the Turks
for the withdrawal of the Russians have
begun, accounts from Adrianople state that
troops are still moving in the direction of
Ti'ialaldja and the Capitol, while westward
against the insurgents but a few battalions
and squadrons of Cossacks have been dis
patched. GETTING READY.
HIE IlEi'llil 'C ANS IN ( Al'CTS AT WASH
INGTON. i Washington, May 4. A caucus of P
' publican Senators wits hehl at the Capitd
yesterday afternoon for the purpose of ex
changing views as to the general poluical
situation ami receiving a repot t from the
committee appointed last month 1 1 make
suggestions as to what political measures
snouiti oe nrottgnt neiore the N-nate lor
action. Senator Edmunds, chairman of
the committee, reported in favor of mov
ing an adoption by the Senato of a serie
of resolution declaring in substance
that the fourteenth and fifteenth ar
ticles of amendment to the Constitution were
duly ami legally rati tin I and form a part of
the supreme law of the land, and as such
should be enforced by the executive depart
ments. After considerable discussion this
recommendation was agreed to and the n
solutions will shouly be presented in th
Senate mid pressed to a vot w it 1 1 a iew t
making up the record of both political par
ties for the coming fall campaign. No
other iicunn was taken by the caucus. The
pn ccd'ngs were veiy harmonious.
Use Dodder's Patent Rlotter Pads in
your job printing. The newest thing out.
TH K FALL OK CONsTANTl.Ndl'I K,
Would not atl'ect the business of A. Marx,
til Ohio Levee. Should the Russian unity
get out of clothing he could furnish them
with liner clothing than were ever dis
played in the store of any Muscovites. If the
Turks would like to know what the best
ind latest styles of suits, hats, scarfs, while
iests, etc., .Marx is the man who can
give them accurate information. He has a
tine line of suits, hats, scarfs, etc., and his
prices are as low as the lowest.
Don't forget the grand lunch set at
At his Cigar Manufactory, on Eighth
street between Commercial Avenue and
Ohio Levee, John H. Robinson sells the
Celebrated Veteran Five-Cent Cigar, clear
I lav aim lllh-r, and the best Ten-Cent Cigar
in the city Slailight brand. Patronize
home industry by buying of Robinson,
At Louis llerbelt's, Ohio levee.
Tho celebrated May Drink dispensed
over the counter of Ainundus Jaeckcl is com
pounded ih follows: Into four bottles of
inire Rhine wine mixed with one bottle of
champagne, oranges, sugar mid strawberi it s,
is put an herb, found in the Northern purls
of this country, called Asperula Odorata.
Thus u most dcliciou beverage Is made.
Search for the Dead Among
Iila-kaiid UnrocngnizaMi; Hi-nia'-is of
Kistimaton of XumlxT
Minneapolis, May 4, During the whole
day the scene of yesterday's explosion has
been the center ot intense excitement, per
vading the whole city and surrounding
places. The ruins this morning pre: jut-d
i ily shapeless heaps of stone, where six
mills destroyed had stood, which still
mouldered and upon which streams of wa
ter were kept playing from several Are en
gines all day. Upon the platform on the
south side of the canal the ruin is complete
except as to the Washburn Mill R, which
stands a slight distance from the others on
the other side. The walls of the Pettit and
Robinson mill remain standing, while Pali
s.ide inill, at a little distance, escaped by a
FliEAK OF THE FLAMES.
The mills destroyed had the following
run of stones each:' Washburn A. 41 ; Pet
it k Robinson. 13; Galaxy, 12; Zenith, (i;
Hennepin, (i; Humboldt, J; total, Mi. Re
sides these there was destroyed Petit it Rob
son's lumU-r yard with 1,000,000 feet of
The loss to the surrounding buildings by
the shock of the explosion is material.
The lound house of the Chicago, Milwau
kee it St. Paul railroad was blown down by
the force of the concussion. There was an
insurance of if 1,300 on the building. The
total loss is now estimated at !?l,n':s0,O0)
which may be increased.
a s HAW h Fon the Dr.vn.
has progressed all day as fast us the fire
could be extinguished and the ruins cooled.
Up to 1 1 o'clock this morning the black and
unrecognizable remains of seven of the un
fortunate victims of the Washburn Mill had
been recovered. These were carefully cov
ered and carried to the machine shops of
the Milwaukee ami St.' Paul and deposited
on the floor at the southern end of the
building, while a crowd of anxious relatives
were waiting to identify the lost. The tip
tiearance of the bodies, or what remain d
in theshapeot charred bodies or little lit ips
of Mack ashes which emitted a sickeni
odor, will never bt: forgotten by any of
spectators. Rut one body bore any sett
blance to the human form, and even this
was horribly distorted, with head, tumsand
legs burned to a crisp or removed, and the
tank partially eaten away by the action of
THE TEI'.r.IKlC 11 EAT.
This is believed to be that of John Rover.
Smaller fragements of bodies were ranged
in close proximity t the larger trunk,
ulxwe described, until seven were deposit-d
all together, one of which was brought in
on an elevator bucket. Tho search was
industriously continued all through the
afternoon. Estimates of the number of the
dead, based it ion the bodies recovered,
those known to be in the mill and inquiries
for the missing, place it at sixteen, of which
the following is a list:
in the WAsuni nN mill.
('has Helming: August Smith; Clark
Wilber and Fred Miller, grinders; Wm.
Leslies ami Cyrus Ewing, oilers.; O. C. Shie;
Walter Savage; Patrick Judd and Ed.
Merrill, machine men; Harry Hicks and E.
W. Rurbank, watchmen; ('has. Kimble , in
the Diamond mill; John Rover, 5u the
Zenith mill; John E. Rosiennes, in the
Humboldt mill; Peter Rolberg.
The smaller casualties, burns, bruises and
wounds are numerous, and further develop
ments may increase or decrease the num
ber of dead. It is not likely that all the
bodies will be recovered front the iii''w.
Nearly all of those now recovered are mere
ANOTHER Mil t. HI.sI ltO i o.
Si'ahta, Wk, May 4. McKcnzie and
Taylor's large flouring mill, two miles north
of this place, was totally destroyed by lire
this morning ; cstiina' -d loss, ts.hili); in
sured in the British ft r $2,501), Phieniv, of
Brooklyn, sf:.IMI(l: German. $,5l0; Home,
of New York, fit 10; Lycoming. $2.immi.
Tin- lire is supposed to have been caused by
friction in the machinerv.
A few more Dour and Window Screens
at Lancaster & Rice's,
Dennis Foley, having litted up his ice
house, on the corner of Nineteenth and
Poplar streets, win commence un Monday
next delivering ice tlnv.u ,h ihe city. Pec
pie living in the vicinity can he n nii'iio-
dated at the hous",
Livf.uy A S.w.i'. Staui ks. Pat Fitzger
ald, at the corner of Fourteenth street and
Commercial avenue, oilers to the public the
best livery rigs in Southern Illinois, at the
most reasonable rates. Orders may be sent
as above, with assurance that (hey will
be promptly tilled.
The ratlle for "Silvulail," the well
known grey pony, will take place as toon
as all Ihe chances are taken. There are one
hundred and UcnU-ave chances at one
dollar perchance. '1 he lime of the ratlle
will be made Known ilitou;.di the city pa
pers. .1. II. Enui.isii.
r limns having cisterns damag-d by the
late I'lorni can have Ihe i-ame repaired or
new ones built promptiy and at pi ices to
suit the times Ly calling on or by addrcslng
the undeislgnc.l thrombi P. O.
J. S, liAWIil.vs.
All those needing anything in the provi
sion line will tin well to cud al N'os. 70 ami
11 Ohio levee bel'oie purch'i.iiig elsewhere,
bacon, laid, etc., all in good slock and
prices down Mown! down!
W. P. Willi. UT.
The Rhiirsville correspondent of the
"Jarion, Williamson county, Monitor says
$mt '"tobacco buyers have been around In
these parts, buying a few crops nt ft. 50 per
100. Few farmers in Western are going to
ruise tobacco this year.'1
Concerning the crops about Blairsvillc,
Williamson county, John Roundaliotit, cor
respondent of the Marion Monitor, gives the
following discouraging news : ''Early wheat
is headed out and in bloom; some wheat has
got the rust and is heading out very short,
and the hopes of n large yield is not very
promising. Oats look thirsty."'
The Crab On-hard correspondent of
the same paper says: "The wheat crop in
this Hcction Is going to fall far short, it be
ing nlready damaged considerably. Our
farmers, generally, will finish planting com
the present week."'
The same correspondent says: ''Janus
A. Davis was granted a pension last week
for sun-stroke received while tearing up
railroad at Atlanta, Ga., in July, 1804, and
will receive over ftlOO. Luck to Jim, for
he is an honest man and has been striving
hard to support his small family under se
rious difficulties too, these many years."
At Rhiirsville, Williamson county, Mr.
James Howell has sixteen acres of corn large
enough to plow. In that part of the coun
ty the prospect for fruit U better tlum for
The Johnson County Journal says the
wheat crop in that county is quite far ad
vanced, and, from present appearances, May
will be the principal harvest month.
There will be two murder trials at the
present term of the Johnson County Circuit
Court, if they are not continued.
The Republicans of Johnson county
propose to meet at Vienna on the 11th inst.
for the purpo eof devising the best plans
to conduct the ensuing campaign in that
Occasion. At the Goodall House, the
residence of the bride's mother, Eld. Cui-
tees omciating, Mr. Holder ot 1st. Lotus ami
M s Mollie Roberts, were married, some
forty invited friends being present. The
b'-auty of the bride was the comment of nil.
She was arrayed in a magnificent suit of
silver gray pongee silk trimmed with the
same shade of satin the whole surmounted
by a beautiful wreath of orange blossoms.
The most notable society events, that
have occured at Marion, Williamson comity,
for years, were three weikliug. ..n the even
ing of May 1. At the Christian Church,
in the presence of a large company, Elder
Curfees united Mr. John E. Manicr mid
Miss Alice Howard in the holy bonds of
matrimony, the ceremony being earnest mid
impressive. The beautiful bride was tasti
ly dressed in drab, n splendid veil' tind'
wreath of orange blossoms crowning an ele
gant toilet; the groom in the convention
suit, relieved by white vc t, gloves
and tie. At the residence of the bride's
parents, Mr. and .Mrs. W. N. Mitchell, Rev.
T. J. Davis, in the presence of relatives ami
a few intbiiat 1 friends, performed the cer
emony uniting Mr. John Moore and Miss
I'tui:i White for life. The bride was re
splendent jn a suit of silver gray poplin
und satin, crowned with n magnilic'tit
wreath of flowers, and looked very beattti
,ul. The handsome groom was tastily
dressed for the r "ision.
The following is a list of letters remain
ing uncalled for in the postofliee ut Cairo,
Saturday, May 4, lfSTd :
yliLlN's, Miss n L
liiu kley, Ll..lv
I il'sll.MAN. It A
V Chiipuuu, satali
Puiper, .1 M
I iE-ev, I'
T Kin. Mh'hael
HAIIIiEN. FAN NIB
lll 'h-tallli, J K
llnwiird, K ll
lie ley, lien
I ntcs, L M
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Uniko, W 1'
Ellin. T J
Fiii.K-r, U A
A K KM AN. II W
.Mccarty, 11 U
Malheur. J F
M l 'mt v. .1 N
1 1'ic.ue, I-' L
i 'l loll, liilllk
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o MITII. SAKAII
!VteVel. S A it M 11
I 'I rile. FN'
Kit neuliiiur. K
Tiivlor. II K
Tu) lor, T A
'ANN Ell. i 11
I Toll. lit.
(.Ed. W. MeKEAKI, I'estni.i.l.ir.
Peusons wishing anything in the lino of
millinery goods, will do well to call tit the
cslablishiueiit of Mrs. H. S, (arson & ('u,,
as the goods me all fresh, new tind of the
latest importations, styles and fashions.
New goods J list received and will be during
the season every few days, All are invited
to call at the establishment, on Cotntnerclu!
avenue, nppt 'site Winter's block, ucat'ScVcnth
street i formerly occupied as a toy store),