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IIUINrt L31VK UAIJ
Mill t. 2:30 a.m.,
Kxuresst. 'l.no n.m.. . .
Freight 4:00 .m.,. .cxcopt Uunday
weigniat ii:;w n.m
Freight at.. . 1:00 p.in... . ' "
AHH1VK AT (,'AlltG.
lift it.m Uallv
'1M p.ln.,... .except .Sunday
. .-.!: ir a. in except Monday
7:10 p.m., except .Sunday
IM 'MT-tf. .Jamk Joii.nso.v, Apent.
THE CAIRO AND VIN0BNNK3
CU4XUK Of riK.
Ou and alter Sunday, February 'i, 1874,
iranii win run as iouow :
Cairo, leave.... .'.no A.M. r:0.i A.M.
Mound City. leave r.:'.'i " f.:3.i "
Irlilia, Ieac H:I1 " 8:17 "
Harrlsburg, Waa K:l!l " 11:1.'! "
Norrli Ulty, leave U:V " 1:31 l-.M.
Cannl, unlvc an '
C'annl, leaie 10:011 " -..tri-iM.
(Irayvllle, Irair 10: in ' r.uVi
MouiitCarmel,leav.-....ll:'.2 " 7:iw "
Vinrviiiico, lealc YiXt V.M. V?X '
O.A SI. .In net Ion, arrive. l'J'..'Ci "
vv, ...... l- Kr',",,-
N lliri-lillro. Irave1 .
'. .v ... ..Ulll .n'il. HV. af '"Cl-r
t j i nil. arrive....
.'iorrU C ity, Irain ...
'jrrlildiivli, leaw. .
Minimi City, Icitt...,
. b:ir'".uuV.I "
. D.1.1 " 10:17 "
.M.lsl " 1ISW "
.111:10 0:1, A.M.
.lifM " 7:1H "
,11:4.1 " lt:l(i "
, 1:17 I'.M. ViM l-.M.
. 2:4-J " 3:10 "
. :i:ii! " :i:tH "
WOUND OITT Al'COlIMl'l'ATION.
Iave Cairo at ll:So a.ui. anil o:l." ji.m
l.rau Mound City atl2Vp.ui. ami 0:10 p.m.
I relght train atop i-r iik-lil at I'arini;
run from there ai mixed tmin, leafing at
I .1 a.iu ; lcaliig Viiicrtinci :il 7 p. in. tin;
Hue evening Tor rettini trip.
At Cairo with the Mi-.lppi (enlr.it,
ilwhllc atip Ohio, for all point- milt; Calm,
Arkaua ami Trxn, Tor all point In Arkau
j ami Te.va.
At Vlncenno: Indl.itiapoliaand Vlncennes
railway lor I Ddl m jm,' mxl all poluta north,
at and wi-t wit,. Kvauvlllo and Craw
lordnvllle railway fori aiuvtlle,Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago am. all points nortli, ea.t
ami writ; with Olil and MlMiippi rail
nay for Ht. Louis, l.oiiUvlllo, Cincinnati ami
all point east and weat.
At Nonla City cro-liijr the Fprlngtlcld
inl Illiioli Southeastern railway.
L. W. Palmer, Oun'l Hup't.
K. 1'. Wil.-w.v, Oen'l l'aisenger, Agt.
OA 1 HO, ARKANSAS AND TKXAS
AND CAIRO ANDl'UIi
The shortcut and only direct route Irom
'airo to Jaokwinport, Little Hock, Hut
iptlngi, Fulton, and all polnta In Arkansas
.lid the Southweii t, and (i&lveaUin, Houiton,
allai, Auntlii and all point-. In Texas
WKI.VK 1IOUK3 IS AJ) ANCK OF
ThroiightlckeU, through Mill of lading,
ml Information at to freight latcn, pat-,-nger
lare, connections, etc., can he oh-
.lilt: d at the company' Dice in Winter'
,ock, corner of Seveutu street and Com-
.nck win can at private reaucnecs nnu
..UN for pawengen, when orders are left
YJetrnnx l'lillni!! pIa Jeeilng car..'
j ni(.'lit tralm.
I'raliu run dally, (Sunday excepted) from
o Cairo Olllco a follawa:
air (ireenllelil1- lb".! a m and !:0) a.m.
'ah e at (irtenDcld'n 9:17 a in aiid.i ".S p.m.
KXI'ltRHS Itl'NH DAILV
;ae OrcetitleldN !:(. m,
rrlve at (Irccntield'n 1:0 p.m.
1). Axtki.I- Chief Kmrlneer.
WILLIAM J. ALIiEN,
VlTORNEY AT LAW
OA I HO, ILLIN01H.
Un.iir Klrnt National hank.
SAMUKL 1 WHEKLKR,
1T0KNEY k COUNSELOR AT lk
OIBc.o over Klrt National liank. .M-ltarn
i obu ti.Mulkey,
Wlllam C. Uulkey
Oiltee: Kihth ttreet, between Cowmer
,al und Waxhliigtou avenues.
(illEKN ti QILUKKT,
OOUNUKLOHM AT LAW,
William U. llllten,
Mdaial attantion lia to A.lmlialtT aal
irrnm -oiUDLUVMU.BOoyH Ad Hovn
niriTint' J I
i nw. H. '"
WILLIAM U.SMlTir, M. p.
KrMlUKKCK No. Ul, Thlrteeiilli Hreet,
betwcui WutbltiKlon Hveiiuo nml AValnut
,treet. Olllec VM coramerulal avenue, up
U.W. DUNNING, M. D.
UKSlDKNCi; corner Nlnlli ami 'Walnut
Streets. Olllec corner Sixth htreet ami
Ohio levee. Olllco hours Irom 0 a. iu.. to
-i in., hihI p. m
A. J.UOK 31. 1.
ytllce over Thomi ft Itro'it. groeciy stou
nJti.'II Conimerciat nvciuie, comer Kightt
itreet. llcsldoueu corner Wailillijiton iivo
nue and Folll toenlh t.traet.
DR. M. HOWARD,
PHYSICIAN & SUOEON.
OFFICK-'JOUNKIt C'OMMKKCIAL AV.
AUI SIXTH STltKKT.
KKSIDKNCIJ Seveiitli ttreet. lietwccn
tViililiigtin Av. anil AViilnut Plreet.
MRS. I. T". J3RIGOS,
(Sticrcusor to lMiillliH mid llrisijs.)
Aiiiuiiivlal Ave., lift., nth nml lOthiSN. "
JOUN H. OliEIlLY EDITOR:
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
Particulars of the Disaster
Passengers Lose Everything but their
THE (IRKM'K IMl) TO.SAVK
Cowardly Conduct of tlie
Nlw Vokk, April 14 Tto iteamor
Oroeci), fioin Liverpool Mnrch 'i'AU, with
CHhiu, oii steorHi'u liostftiL'iiri.. and 37
eahui und la2 iiuuii;i) pf ect;ori of thu
numninip r.urupv, nrrired tui owning
ano report! tnai on April 2d, in latitude
is' i louiiltudu ..o hI 11 n. m.. ihu
lightnd u large atcauier tu tl.o iOuthward,
nonriU Welt. At 4 p. in. ine caino riuito
near, iliowlrij; sluttli f diitrun. 11 W
horn down hbd luund l.or to he the French
iteauier Kuropu, from llavro jr Jew
lork, in a iinkiiii' condition, and wish
ing in to tend our Uu und uiiiil in let
ting oil the pasienger and crew. Wu
immediately lowered j.H and i Uiu
and itnt them nway In oharL'o of Air.
Jtuck, chief olIicCT, and Mr. Hubbard, cec-
ond olllcer, and, with tho aitiilacce oftho
l-rench Itnati, tuved all on hoard, coniiit-
ins of 37 cabin hntl iteerau dhi-
longeri and ICO of the crew, without utiy
lerioui kccidenl, although thoru wai h
tnountatnoiii lea and both iteatnert wore
rolling very heavily. Vo alio lurceedcd
In laving the mailt. At C p.m. Captain
J.emarle ramo on board with bli ulliceri
and reported that hu ihlp had iprung a
leak In tho onglne-rojm, and that bo lid
not coniider Itiafo to proceed in her. At
0:30 p. m. Mr. lllack, tho chlet oi!i;or, and
Jir. i.'oUL'laf, tuo ctilet encineer of the
Jroectj, went on board tho Kurope and
and on their return reported that there
wai about aeven feet of water In tbo en-
glno.room, and that they could not dil
cover any water In any other part of the
nip. xno uroeco lay by the .Europe all
night, and at 5 o'clock tho next morning
Iluck and IJouirln again went on board
the Kuropj for further examination, and
upon their return reportod that there wai
bout oigut feet of water in tbo engine
oom; and that, although they sounded
other compartment!, they could not
JUcoTcr nny moro water, and gave theli
V- Inlnri thnt tfiA iMn nultl In. au-IIl
nr.; , -- r
taken to u port.
Tiuc;:, tno chief on.cer, and Vblr,tho
'fourtti uiliivi, ii,i,m.iltily vo1untairad to
tiiko charge oftho ihlp, and Jlr. Mauire
nuu iwuinj-iwo men went ori ooara tue
J'.uropo in two of thu Greece ' boats. The
Urecco (tool by until 12 in,, to ico it fho
coulJ rfri.'cr "and neiiitanco, and, af
ter uoini;a tail madu on tho Kurope, loft
her ia Kt. -II.-IS, lonj;. ao.iy, with her
and a strenj; westerly breeze blowing.
S. K Y. Hendo, a paant;er on tho
Kurope, htatci thut tho leak occurred on
tho lait voyao. Tho ship wai then put
in dry dock In tho harbor, und sho mado
a litllo wator. Tho day nftr tho loft
llrcit ihn rna.lo a litllo more, und on tho
ocond of April the water got into tho
ihip'i cabin. About 10.30 a.m., on the
lecond of April, ahe lighted the Greece.
Tno pnisenRori then had tho llrjt alarm
that tho ibip wa ilnkinj:, and ut 1 30 they
were told to il vo '.homiolvoi.
Kvory porion on board wai removed to
tlin Greeco, and nothing whnlovor wai
allowoJ to bo truuiferrod from Ihn Ku
ropo not ovon hand-bagi. Tito Kuropo'i
bati woro icarccly launched Li'toro tboeo
from tho Greeco woro nlongside. Thoro
wuro olgbt boat! of tho Kuropo, and threo
of tho Greeco. Thu ludiei
wcro lint romovoJ, nnd thoy wcro not
even allowed to cary nocena'ry bau'gago.
Tho French captain Limario, really bo
lutvud tho iliip iu a linking condition, nnd
that thero wm no time to eavo valuable
luggage. Thil gentloman rays llio lohk
oeciirred in tho central compartment!
under thu mncbinary, a tbo captain had
Threo ho-iti wero iwampod heforo tho
labor vut accouiplithc'd, but
NO I.IVES WKIIK LOST.
Kvcrj thing hm been dono by tho cup
tain and crow of the Grorco to mako the
captain, crow nnd piuecugor of tho Ku
Mr. Lluyd l'ljienlx, ono of tho pn;on
gc of tho Kurope, suyi t'uo fulk'it disci
pline wm proiorvoil on hoard. Thoru wi
no cttUio (or any pnnic. No nno l.nuw
that nuything wai wrong until tbo kliint
of dlitruis wu9 hung out.
I ntked tho puner what wai tbo' inuttor;
nnd ho shrugged hla ihouldori .Htnl mado
mo no aniuor. I saw water rolling from
eido to lido iu tho onglno hatch, iiod 1 taw
boat! lowerod. Wu uuderitund that n
leak occurred iu thut part of the ehip,
which wai lengthened, nnd that tho main
ecgino pump win choked up, nnd wm un
der aix feet of water when wo left tho
ihlp, tho rolling of which put tho lirei out,
and next morning It whs under eight feet
of wator, ihowing that If the eiiglno.pump
wai In correct ordor this increaso could
not Imvo been oxtonilve. Tho Kuropo
tailed iindor suit, nnd
A COLLISION 0CCUHHK1)
when we woro trying to glvo her stoorago
way. Tho lalvago crow put on board the
Kurope were all.froui tho Greeco.
Dr. L G. I'ngo, chlof nirgoon of the
Groeco, describe putting tho salvage
crow o board tho Kuropo, and ayj t "Wo
My to several hour, nnd wo mw them
iimko mil, and It was in thu attompt to
pot her head to oaitward, alter it ropo was
paiied, that the colllilun ocourred, Sbo
collldod with our stern. Thin was about
Tho reportor lioro informod tho doc
tor that Captain Lemario complained that
when tho ho wished to roturn on board
his ship ho wai puihod back
and provenUd. Tho doctor, with
sumo warmth, said: "Tho idea of
tho llrltiih ship taking on tho wliolo crow
and paiiongori of tho French tblp, and
provontlng them from going back, if that
woro truo thoy wore mleo, not nion." Tho
Fronch dliplayod their bravery at tho
timoof tho collision by putting on their
lilo proiorver.i, tho men nulling down
- BtTIiXi - EJa'I - Isr BTTILD1H&,
among tho women and oauilng panic,
an'l for levurnl dayi thoy carried their
I'fo preiervori. As to what C.pt.
L'tiiarla aavi that hu wai nmlio.1 1
is u total faliehood. Not ono French-
man volunteered to go on board tbe ihlp
ai h prl.o crow not ono. Tho ihlp wai
totally abandoned lor twelve houn, with-
outftwul on board. Tho night sho wai
abandoned tlo eentlemcn wero all In tlm
imoklng room. Tbo French captain, ono
doctor and totno of tho oflicers woro on
dock mid looking through their gUiie,
and they laid, " tho ia going down now,
In fact sho it h wreck, and ono man laid,
' boy i d'yo no her going down'" At 4:30
thoy began to coniu on board. At C:S0
they woro all on board, and next day at
noon, on uocM Friday, Wo loft hor.
LYXCH LAW AT J)EiN VEH
on the War
MEMPHIS REPORTS II EH I.SU-
A I. yi'OTA OK MUKUEltS.
Mkmmiis, April 1 1 James Woolen. &
highly rcipoctod young man, wai itabbod
and killed near llollv Stirimrs. .Ml'i. SL.
urday, by Gourgo Yarley, n rough, who
wai arruited and placed under ii.OCO
Wbitnoy UunJo wai stabbed and
killed ou the lame day nt Now Allan v.
Mill., by an unknown person.
u. t. .lonnton, a telegraph operator at
Hrowniville, Tenn.. was hot and fatallv
wounded on Sundav nicbt in a Lhiil-Io at
that place by a clai lender in tbo Mutho-
tliat Church, named John Oldham, who
being caucht in tbn bani;io br Jobnioii
hot him to prevent expoiuro. Oldham
fled, and at lait accounts had not been
A WltlT OK II All JfAS COr.l'l'S.
liBLLKVlLLK. 111., April 13. A writ of
habeai corpus wai i worn out thii afternoon
beloro Judge bnydor in the caio of Fritz
Ktkcrt, Jr.. and Jacob Petri, who wore
arreitcd Tusday on luipicion of belnc
concerned In tho murder of tho.Steltzerldo
family near Centroville. Tho writ il
made returnable on Tuoiday morning at
10 o'clock. A number of tbo cltizoni of
Ccntrevillo and viciuitv wero hereon Sat
urday and ollerod ball for tho prison
ers. CcBtN.se, L'lab. April 1 1. The China
man arretted Monday tho sixth init.,upon
lusplclon of having been Implicated in tho
murder ol lioonitoln, which occurred on
tho uth, vai yesterday prove.! boyond all
dcubt to havo committed the deed unaided
and alone. At two o clock'tbii aftornoon,
whllo tho oQiccri woro ondoavoring to
Ulia lit. tirionr to Hrlbam City for
tafo keeping, tho citizens en rnato took
hint from tbvmash.l down to tho railroad
bridge, one mile oait of town nnd bung
him from tho trestle work.
LoLIsviLtK. Kv.. Anril 1 1. About 11
o ciocit this forenoon, W. It. Abbott, a
prominent lawyer of thii citv. wai shot
and mppoied to bo mortally wounded by
John 1.. Green, h member of tho firm of
Morton, Gait & Co., bankors. A caio had
juit been argued in court in which both
parties incased, and coming out of tho
court house, lomo wordi passed between
them In which tbo lie wai given, and Ab-
oou iirucn ureen wiiu nil cano wnourow
n pistol and tired threo shots, taklnc clfect
In Abbott's right sido, in tho center of his
breait and in the ihouldor. rani; nir ob
liquely inward. Varioui itatemonti have
lion mado a. to who itruck tho first blow.
Green was arretted and placed in jail and
Abbott taken nome, whoro ho is now lv-
in a critical condition. Tho utlalr has
created n profound lentation in tbii com
munity, wnero both men woro widely
known aod rcipectcd.
The Hutching Times' Lihel
The Establishment of Yards for Bu ild-
ing Iron Ships Advocated,
Sr. Lom, April 14 - Tho libol suit of
Stilsoii llutuhins, editor of tho Kvniiinit
Diipatch.againit the .St. Louii Times Co .
In which hu claimod on.) hundred thous
and dollars' dumnges fcr tho publication,
.innuary iiu, ot n communication ot
Frank J. Uowinan, nlloL-ed falm and Illicit-
ouf, was brought ton clesu in court to-day
by .ludgn' .Madilt grantlnu a motion
ol pluiiilitr to strllto out tho answur of
dofendant to his petition, and ontoring
judgment for II vo thouiand dollars aud
uoeu k)jKlnt delendnnt. l'laintlll' thou
onto rod satisfaction of damages njionud,
leaving only colts to bo paid by tbo Timet
Tho committee ot tho board of trade.
appointed some days ago to roport on it
proposition to establish u ship yard ut St.
i.uuia iur uuuuing iron etoamora and
barges, submitted a length v rotiurt this
p. m., in which they exbauitively ditcuis
tho wholo question. Thoy rooouimond thu
establishment uf a ship yard hero and
show that St. Louis affords greater facil
Hies for building iron vesiels than nny
other place in tho United Stutet.
They also say that insuranco on
wooden hulls tirovonU steamboat
men from tiiccessfuf coinpotion with rail
roads, as tho iniuranco of freight charges
on woodon vpisols is equal to railroad tar
ill: Tho average lilo of wooden venols
is said to bo eight yoars and tho coH of
repairs during that time is equal to thu
original cost of tho vessel, whilo tho llfu
of tho iron hull is 35yeurs and thoy aro in
every reipoct suporlor to wooden onoi.
It is tliorofora plain that river men
to compoto with railroads must adopt
iron steamers and barges. Tho comm.ttoo
alio heartily endorsod tho projoct for tbo
establishment of a lino of steamers from
Charleston to Bremen aud cordially ap
proved tho plan of opening direct trade
botweon valloy states undBrazll by putting
on a lino of steamships from Now Orloans
t Ja,noir''- Tl report, which will bo
published to-morrow, contains a largo
amount of information of great valua to
merchants and business mou eonorally of
tho Slissisiippl valloy.
1 1 i awaB
COE. 12TH STBEET
CAIRO, TUESDAY. APRIL 14- 1874.
OFFICES TO BE ABOLISHED,
' T, ,
I The Senate Currency Bill Passed by
i llltJ "UUiCi
Wasuinotox, April 1 1 A bill was
Introduced into tho Iloiun to-day abol
itbing the ollici of appraiser of Imported
morcbandiin ut Cloveland, Milwaukee,
Memphis, Gvanivitlo, Louiivillu, Mobiln,
To I ndo and l'ittiburft.
Tbo amendment olloroJ in tin, llousu
tOMlay to Mr. Maynard's bill ptoporing
reiuinptiou of speMo payrnnt July 1
1870, wai rejectod by 101 majority
The Houis to-day pahied tho Maynard
currency bill by n voto of 126 to 110.
Wasui.nt.to.s, April 11. Tho Houio
commilUtt on oomiiiorce heard l'roildnt
.Mitchell, of the Milwaukee niiJ .It. l'ntil
railroad company, who dviiroi to build a
bridge over tbo Miiiljiippi river from n
point near LaCronu to Crescent. Tho
Secretary of War refuted to glvn his con
sont to any other locotion for tho bridge
except that elected by tbo Government
engineer directly In "front of LaCroiie.
The llouiocoininitteoon commerco havo
decided to report adveriely on thi bill
which propoiei to throw open tho Clinton
(Iowai bridge over tbo Miniiiippi rivor,
now controlled by tto Chicago and North
woitern railroad company, to tbe U!c of
all railroadi willing to tnnko roasonablo
compenralion therefor. Tho minority
nf the committee, comprising Clayton,
Holman and Hammond will rccommond
that tbe bill bo paieed.
Tho llouie then took up tbo curroncy
bill, and Ilutler, of MauachusetU with
drew his motion to substituto tho Senato
bill lor tho Houio bill. Several amend
ment! woro offered, and then Mr. Maynard
moved tbo prorkms mestion.
Tho previous queition was recorded,
114 to BJ, and tho main question ordered.
It was ordored to bo engrossed and read
a third timo without tho yeas and
Tho bouso thon proceodod to voto on iti
paisago. Tho bill wa paned, yeai 1S;
nays 1 1 C.
The text of the bill ai paned was pub'
llthcd in the New York "World of tho
Tho houio passed tho icnato currency
bill; 110 to 102.
Nkw YonK,April 14. Cuitoms receipts
445,000, Treasury disbursments 45,000.
Money cloicd eaiv at 1. Sterling very
dull at 4 8I1I 85 for sixty davs; 4 87
4 88 sight. Gold rangod t 33J1 14J,
closing at 1 1. Carrying rates t,. Stato
bonds dull and nominal. Governments
in active doraand with slight advance,
railroad bonds firm at full prices.
St, Louis, April 1 1.
FLO Ult Demand for lower gradoi,
1(0,6 60, which aro in light supplv.
WHK AT Strong, No '1 iprln'g in do
mand at 1 'JloV, fall 1 SlSl 31: No I!
1 ulfal U'i.
COUN Firm, No 2 mixed C0J0.
OATS Firmer, but inactive. No 'J
HAKLiKY Firm but unchanged.
I'.YK Uuncbangfd at'.i3(2,Ul
I'OKK Quiot at 10 75.
DRY SALT MKATS Dull and ealos
loose. Clear rib B; Cumberland middles
at Qutncy "1.
BACON Dull. Shouldors 0,7, clear
rib 0J9ji clear eldci OlfTyOJ jobbing ami
LARD Firm. Frlmo stotm 9.
"WHISKY Higher at 03.
C'iNCiSHATi, April 14.
"WHK AT Scarce and firm at 1 3?
CORN yirm. C5QC8c.
OATS Quiet and stoady at 1S(u)5"p.
RYK Dull aud lower. 1 0S1 01.
HARLEY Stoady ; epring 1 60(a,l C5.
FORK (Juiet, and nominally lfij
17, with no sales.
LARD Quiet and stoady; steam'.' 75
9 81J; kottlo a 7C10.
HULK MKATS IJuiet and firm:
shoulders GJc spot; Ca buyor -May aud
Juno; clear rib held at 8 40 f pot; sales nt
8J buyor May, and 8j buyor May and
Juno; clear quoted at 8 708 75: bacon
quiet and Qrm, light ialoi ; shoulders C
7 ; clear rib 0 20 j clear UJ'." 70.
WH1SICY Firm at 04.
Ciiiuauo, April 14.
"WHKAT Oponod firm, cloiod dull,
No 1 spring 1 MJ; No 1 '.'3J spot,
1 'Jiij May; No. 1,1 liOJ.
CORN Opened firm, closed dull, No
'J mixod Oaj spot, GSJ May; now No 2,
OATS Stoady, 43Jtl spot; -17(i'l
I1AHLKY Quiet and weak, No
1 as! 70. '
l'OKK Quiet nnd woak, in 00(15 y,
...... , r. n.-.M.. i,. .... . -
rjnii, in iij(u)iu w -nay; in u juiiu.
LARD Stoady, 0 C5 spot, 0 70 mav,
WHISKY Fair, doniand and 'a
vanceu ai U4.
Nkw Oblkanh, April 11.
CORN (Juiet and lower, mixed 78.
l'ORK Diil and lowor, light weight
oll'ering at 1717, hoavy weight I7
I1ACON lull and lowor, 7UlfiolO.
M KM I'll IS.
Mkmi-iii.s, April 14.
FLOUR- Ddl and nominal.
CORN Domud atllvo, and advanced
to 81 Jo to arrive
OATS In fir demand, and advanced
II AY Qulot mixed 1C10.
LAUD (Juit and unchanged
II ACON Stung; shoulders
. I.ondo.v, Aprl 14. -Much anxloty Is
manifested over tho dii arrival of tho
steamship Mahva, will Dr. Llvinitouo'
body on jnard.
A.XTX) WaH:iiTC3-'r OaT
l'lTTtUURd, April H Col. Wdllaui
Phillips, president of thu Allegheny Val
ley railroad, died at his residence In thii
c'.ty thil morning. Ho hai been proml
nelly Identified with the city in all its do
parlinmti for a groat many years and has
donn a great deal to mIvhiico III IntorMi.
His lots will bo severely fnlt. Ha was
alto a member of tho tlriu of Phillips,
Mymick &. i'.o., iron inanurnnturers of this
city, and wa largely Identlllml with other
loading branchei of trade. Tho illy hull
aud a number of itablUbuinti with
which bo was connected havo been draped
WAtlllNOToy, April II On Wednes
day, over Now Kngland, bruk und pan'
ibly hlghjwind veor'ng to wenterly, partly
cloudy weather., Vvbt rain In morning
f.l'oruul 4- weather di,riig
morning and oveiiing,
tor Middlo Statei and luwur lake n-
glon, frerh ami brisk win : veering l
west and north and clear or partly clou l
weather with fulling teinrofattiro ovnr
For South Atlantic and
States, touthcait tosoiithwett winds, gen
erally cloudy wiather and probably light
For West OulfSMei, fresh and briiV.
southeast to louthweit winds', cloudy and
For Tennessee, lower Ohio vilify and
Misnoiiri, frsih and brisk southeast and
northeast winds.generally clouily weather
and probably rain
For upper lake region, northwcit and
north winds diminishing in force, falling
temporaturo,' clear or partly cloudy
Tho lowor Ohio rivr and lowor .Miss
issippi rivor will continue rising.
and departures tor tho '24 hours cudlng at C
ti. in. lutt cvculiu; :
Steamer Arlington, Cincinnati
" City of Chester, St. LouL
11 .lohn 11 Maud, McmphI'
11 Nick: Longwortb, Cincinnati
" Ironsides, Pittiburg
" Fcarlc!-, St. Louil
" JIary Allco, St. Louis.
Steamer Nick Longwort'.i, Now Orleans
" Paulino Carroll, New Orleans
11 Fearlesi, Louiivillu
" Ironsides, St. Louii
" Mary Allco, Now Ofleinj
.las. Fiik, Paducah.
Contrary !o expectation, the Ohio river
roso eight inches yesterday. It was tho
impression among those well poslod in
river matter;, that that stream would bo
uearly, if not quite, stationary yi-Uurday
Tho Mississippi w.-.s roport',.1 stiitloiiary
at St. Louis Monday ovontng, and a slight
riio was looked lor,
Husines ws dull, though sovoral boats
made additions here.
A clear, pleasant ovoning would bo a
luxury to tha inhabitants of this section.
Wo would liku to enjoy ono
just onco moro this sei.son. II envy
rain ana thunder storms aro of nightly
occurrence, and if tho rivors don't "koep
up" it wont bo because it don't rnin
enough. Tho "oldest inhabitant' st
this is an unusuilly stormy su.ton, and
wo bcllovo him. A vory heavy storm
thunder, lightning aud rain, visited us
last night and continued for several
TKLKC1RAPHIC 111 VKK NKWS.
Nr.w Okluans April 1 1. No arrivals.
Departed John Kyle, St. Louis.
N ash V1I.LK, April 14. River still ril
ing with 4 1 feet on tho dioals. Woathor
clear and ploasaut.
Vli-KtliURO, Ajiril H. L'p Sto, (!en
oviove. Down Natchez. Weather
warm and cloudy. River ttatiouary.
.Mr.ui'ilif,April 1 1 Weather generally
clear and sultry. River roso ;i inchos.
Departod. Murv lloyd, Littlo Rock j
Hollo nfTexiis, i'ino lllnll'; Cityol Vickj
burg, Vlcksburg ; Put Rogers, Cincinnati.
Pm'SHUnu, April 1 1. Monungaholii
river has night ft-ut and threo Incln-i of
wator, and Is about on a stand, Thu Al
legheny had threo feet nnd ninn Inches at
Oil City, and rising tlowly. Cloudy and
Cincinnati, April 1 1 River 10 feet
and falling. Arrived R W Skilllngor,
Pittsburg; Ch&rmor, Kvutiiivillo; Hullo ot
Shraoveport, St. i.ouis; Andy llaum,
ilomphis. Departed RR Hudson, Whil
Ing; MInneola, Memphis; Hollo of Shrove
port, Pittabtirg ; 1'liotnjiori Donn, flow
;.. j.vttipril II. Them was it
. I " "'xnect ot muro
-I ...v. "'
'-'l leut; 31 feetl?y the imfrirTT''
Arkansas He o r,, Kxporter, KHver-
iiiorn , uouert .Mitchell. Kd OlouJ. Hen
I'ranklin and (leu. Roberts, I'diiuriillv
with good trips. IlusInofK lleht.
L0U1SVIM.1C, April U.Rlvor on fti
stand w th 19J font in tlm canal and IT !
foot In thochutoon tbo UU. Weather
clear; buiinoss active. ItowtH up Andy '
I aum and J. (larrett and harKos. I
Uoatsdown-Jtollio Ubort, Clmrllo llrown i
find hargos, Smoky City and barcni. Ar
rived from Now Orleana-Simpsori and '
hnrtfcf. Mltcholl and Kxpnrtor aro duo '
from Now Orleans. A coal Hoot Is loaded I
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
01' Aid, KIN IK, aim, ANi S()IT)
Will and Vard, "" "r JJ I tl Hlreet
' j and Ohio mm.
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Lowest Prices in the 1 '-Q I
BURGER'S NEW STORE!
Corner of Ninth street and Commercial avenue, where may be found the
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST
DRESS GOODS Iff CAIEO.
Poplin-, Diagonal.-, Cashmere.-, and Spring Drcs Good, nil sold at pricei
j White d'ood.', KmbroMenV.t, Neck Tics, 0 loves, CuAn, and Xolions made
c... . . ' '
a ruLis line or
Ladies' and Children's Shoes;
Htirgur keeps riht up with the time, and ofTor.s no foods hut thoe which
arc new, uli'naiit and t lisli, and cordially invilw the peoplo of Cairo to give
him a call and examine hN stock. .
Phil. H. Saup,
Has REMOVED I""
Washington Ave. Cor. 8th Street.
This is the only place iti tlie City
.rican and French CandTe.i. All 1
in en can
u r.ul f.
HEAL XJITATK AliBMUH.
John IJ. lUrnun. l.'Kai.'l li'.rp
J. Q. HARMAN &. CO
KE.lLi EST! T
,ml Laud Agi-uttnl tint Illinois (Vntnil and
liurhutiiii and ll-.-omi If. It. Cos.
North (!or. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
C. WINSTON &, CO,
Real Estate Agents,
71 Ohio Li:vi:k, (Second Floor,)
liny ami Si ll l!i:.l. IXI'ATI.'. I'.iv TA.VUS
rill lll-lica Ab-llMi-l" nf Tllli'.
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
i'jti:.Mi si'Hi.41 minus
M I! S . M . J A 0 K S O N ,
(Kormerly lira. Swanders,)
announces, that nlio hm Ut opened a lire
aifiurtun-ut ot thu
M(WT FAHU ION AHLK,
Millinery llnoiN to be fouiiil in the market
She will l;ri-i mi IiiihI
Hath, Uo.s.stiM, Flowkhs, Kiimioks,
Dhkss TiiiMMiMH or Ai.l. Kindh,
Lahiks PuKNitiiiNii tloons, Notions,
COUI.AUH, U.NtlKUSI.KKVKS, RurK,
And all L'ooiN found lu millinery Htore. all
nl will i'h wilt bo illsposuit ot at the lowest
liu,VllCi-- Yin" rosiiortruil.V
hus been m llln-ially b.-slMwe.l upon her b"
inn lauien ui c.-iin, sua tlm vli'luitv.
D R. H (JL T Z
III! IS NT! LI. I.IVI.fU AMI IN i'.VIII
Ilia olllco and illsncukarv ut
I NO. 22 EIGHTH STREET,
I Hot. Commercial unit Wasninirim. II Villi 1 1 A a
It In true, the doctor in oim or tho oldest
p liyhlolaus of tho place, and hU diploma,
that hanj lu hu otllcc, aliowa tint lie has
been M yours In tho profewdon. Hu U doliiu'
a .fcircor olllco praellcu than any other phy.
..!" ,truatl"l U Uluda or nhioiil.i ilUeasei
ui n u iiuiuaimyKiem, hucii :ix oiu nlcorH, and
I all dlseahes of the aklu, huiiiors and blood
' pohoiiHj airt, ilsetti.o of thu throat; uUo
I all ilUoasos ot tho oy'e nf ynarn atandliii."
:ilo artlticlal kjcm inKerted; listula eurod
without tho ui-o ot a kiiIIo; cuncerK curod
j bythoiippllcatlonnr medlcllien; plmploxon
i tho fuuo removed; all miliary dlscaaei
iiireu : an forms or venerea ami iriv,.ta I
i dieao cured In thu Hhortait I lllln mam I.
wnttkneis ami elf-abiico cured iu u hnrr. 33
time. ' r
It Is belf-ovidoiit that u phyalclaii troatlwr ,
cam; for twenty-two yeara acquires kiJoI l'ni'
Allooiisultatlona conildentlcal, In pcnaois
rby lettoa. ' 4 ,6is
mudluIneH furulshod. at office In all
if n. .1 r a . .
Tt! .ntenuoose & firotlMr
3G,:NEnA'' UOMMISW MBRCHAOT?
H C- 7,13 0,1 ' Levcc Cairo.
where thero is a Genera Assortment p)'
ask is to call and examine thftibna
-ri( a Qencral
o can and cxa
iZclallst of thAQMV
i' rlTROSIO ami VBI'
',SEU IX.lt WEAKNESS.
irtik.ni rittrc, tolln
.1 OH Til! r- ATKJl'l"
emiiT, toss cr eu. .--
tif rrr.Et. t
P. I!! nM0lrtrs'',,'1J'
i ra.r c!er Wr ia J".
1 .. .....nt. t-urJ. tuoJ-
;ujn ii u r ii iia.
ot llirsyca. V h , ,yj, utUf OB uii.
iillu r'ii'i'rl"r -
rlvJn of a similar class tn
l(ilo and original conception 4Joit
approached absolutely tvltbout concptii,u '
in prico or character.
ART DEPARTMENT, 18T4,
Tlie llliHtratloni or tho Aldlne nave won
a world-wide reputation, audiu tbaarteaa
trea ot Kurope It U an admitted fact Uut
il-wood cuts aro oxamplea of tha hlglasjit
ptluctlon ever attained. Tha cottaor
prejinllro lu ravorj' "sieei piali," u nut
Idly yielding to a educatd and di.
crlinlnatiuir t.vto which recognize! th std-
vantacn tho advantage of superior artlaMo
miallty with creator
aclllty of production.
Tlie imancriy muea piaiesior W7 W1UM
by Thou. Moran and J. 1). Woodward.
Tho Christmas lisue tor 1874 will cant ar.
upccial designs appropriate tOv!lUbecnuo
by our best artist, amcf,'j,t to do. Onohot
tractions any ol U-i p. Liniment, for animals
Kvcry subscriher'to ,WUl 'iji.
year 1S74 will receive is Mn atford to bo
The original pictures wer w. W cents;
tho publlhe of the Afdine, by 'IU,, M
Moran, whose great olorado plcturaa at
purchated by eongrem for tea thouaad
dollars. The subjects were choaen to rap-
reeiil ten thousand dollars. Tho subject
were cliofcu to reproscnt "Thu Kaat" and
'' The Wut." One is a view In tha Whits
MouutaiiiH, New Hampshire; Uw otlur
gives the dill of Ureen river, WjobjIb;
territory, 'i'hu chromos ore each worked
Irom thirty distinct plate, and are Jo ali
K'JxtUi and appearance exact fac-iltaU ot
Nwahk. N. J.. 8exL 20. 13T3.
Messrs. James button c Co. .
llKNlLKSiK.v 1 am delighted villi tha
proofs lu color ol your cbromon. They ara
wondertully Miccustul reprenttioM by
mechanical praceiw oftho orltrtoalpalnUnga.
Very respectfully, Thou. HOJIAN.
1 .ysSHKi Kri
can. Thoy ure by an orlffiJ?ZZ
cm. wlth'uiaterfal ol JirVcw JS-T '
turn, frum designs of Atnertcaa Meaarr k
an American paUter, and preMiled to mET
.erlhew to the Urst auccelilS T JuUifiaat
Art .lourna . If tin v.-.."",H'"!'
this, they will certaluirpoaaeM TtoUtZ
no Ion Igu productloa can toaplreTwS I imS
theruro they any tha wowe ft bj 'mioJi
peculiar fee tie of proUueUoa th?H2i
tho publisher only a trTnerwUlda tSaTl?
every r,pect tooiUer ohroiaoii uTat ai aid
ir tnv s,i'l,.l.-. .....,.. . .. .
rerecVfo?VflKure .abj 5151
ii r...w" M:'-V. 'i""""
i inches, iwuaMMiaaT
whose ipeakliur aM
betray tho loiii'lutfs ol his heart
....v a ... j i m ii rill.
ti psr annum, in advance, with, (Ml Chre
nio (ree. ' '
l'or 00 ci"" sxtka, tha careaa
mounted ' d. (ipd prepaid ky -
m k Co.
W lull WiU
pjTo Nw York
I'rojircparod to forward alt kiaila of
' Freight to all point.
"Tlliisliie atlfiidi'd fo promptly.