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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 18T3
Preaching, Sabbath at 101 . and 71 p.nt
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7) P. m.
abbath School. 3 p.m. J. M. Lansden, 8u
pcrlntcndent. Kv. II. Tiuykr, Pastor
METHODIST. Cor. Eighth and Walnut SU.
1'reachlng, Sabbath at 10) a.m and 7 p. m
bi, s. p.m. j.. w. huh won,
CliimcU OF THE HKDEEMEIl--(Kplco-
IlKV. V. L. THOMPSON,
Momltii prayer. Sabbath 101 a.m.
Kvcaini? nravers. it n.ra.
.... . J A . " .... '
nanoatu ecnooi, it a.n
Rev. E. Ooan, Jtector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH Ninth fit. and
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 101 ".
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
Rev. P. J. O'Halloran, Priest.
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. (German,) cor
ner of Waluutand Cross streets,
Man, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vctpcn, a p. m.
Mais during week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
ItK.v. C. Hoffman, Priest.
G HUMAN LUTHERAN CHUHCH-I8U1
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street. . . ,
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p. ut. H. O.
T hlelecke, Superintendent.
Ruv. Koii't. Ilp.i.nto, Pastor.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at tbelr room over Rockwell
&Co's book store, Comuierclal avenue.
"Weekly Prayer meeting, Krlday, 7 J p.m. at
L. W. 8Ttu.WF.i-L. President.
SECOND MISSIONARY HAITIST
CHURCH. Corner Sycamore ami Knrty
tlrst hU-BJt. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. mid .to'dock p. ui.
Sundr School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church l connected with tbo Illinois
Association, by the Klrst Missionary Uai
tlit Church ol Cairo.
JtKV. Solomon Leonard, Pastor.
FR1CAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar,
ervicet, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
.'bbatb School. 1) p.m.
.km mccU at 3 p.m.
jJCOSD FREE WILL UAPTIST'-Klf-teenth
Street., betweeu Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath, 1 and 3 p. in.
Kiev. N. Ujckh, Pastor.
trilEEWILL, BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SAUKATU SCHOOL Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street!. . jjmi
Sabbath School, 1 a.m. HFjf
FIRST FREE WILL BAlVWiTlcUUKCH
-Curry's llarrack . iW?
Service, SabTiath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. & 71 p. m.
Ukv. Wm. Kellky, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Sta.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a,m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 1) p.nr. .John VanUaxter
aud Mary Stephens, Superintendent.
ItEV. T. J. SHOKM, Pastor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptist church recognized by the As
sociation. Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Ukv. Jacob Uradlev, Elder.
AIRO rCOMMANDERY, No. 13. Stated
Aaaembly at the Asylum Masonic Hall, first
and third Saturdays In each month."
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. SI. Regular Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the second Friday
in each month.
CAIRO CHAPTER No. 71. Regular Con-
5 vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every month,
CAUIO LODGE, No. 237 F. A A. M. Regu
lar Communications at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, Tat-Meets in Odd
Fellows' Hall, in Artels building, ewry
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty;
Secretary of State Edmund Rummel ;
Auditor of SUte C. E. Llpptncott :
State Treasurer E. N. Rates ;
Supt. Public Instruction Newton Bateman
Senators Lyman Trumbull and John A.
Sepresentatlvca for the Statc-at-Largc S.
Represenutlvo Thirteenth District-John
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senators, First District T. A. E. Ilolcomb,
f Union, and S. K. Gibson, or Gallatin.
Representative, First District H. Watson
Judge D. J. Baker, or Alexander.
Prosecutlnc Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Clerk R. 8. Yocum.
Sherift"-A. U. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Bros.
Assoclates-J. E. McCrlte and S. Marchil
don. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Gorman.
Mayor John M. Lansdcn.
Treasurer It. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Tope.
Police Magistrates V. llrou and B. Shan
Chief of Police L. II. Myers.
Mayor John M. Lansdcn.
First Ward-P. G. Schuh.
Second Ward O. R. Woodward.
Third ward .ino. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Stuuts Taylor.
Clty-at-Large-W. P. Hafilday
BOARD OV ALDERMEN.
First Ward -James Rearden, A. B. Saf.
lord, Xsaao V aider.
Second Ward R. H. Cunningham, E. Bu
der, Q. Stance), James Swayne.
Third Ward-Wra. Btratton, J. U. Phlllls.
Fourth Ward-Jno. 11. Robinson, G. H.
ease, J. H. Metcalf.
LINEGAR, MUNN & POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S BLOCK,
GREEN & GILBERT,
THE GOVERNOR OF TBNNESSE
TWO MILLION DOLLAR SUIT
A BILL TO ItKIJEVK DUTIES ON
THE CREDIT MOBILIEU
THE CBKDIT UOUILIER.
Wahiunuto.v, Jan. 10. The Crodlt
Mublller commillco resumed Its sitting.
T. C. Durant testified that the shatcs given
to Brooks were on account of a special
agreement with him In 18C7. Brooks
clnltned more than a hundred ahares and
he compromised In Union Puclllc stocks
and bonds. Never arranged to i;lve any
congreiiman stock oxcopt In tlio cases of
Buyer of Pennsylvania, and Brooks.
Thought tho bonds and Union Puclllc
stock given Brooks wero tibout $1000.
Never knew of anything belonging to the
Credit Moblllur to bo used to Influence
congressmen. Ho (Durant) gave two
cheoks oi $5,000 each to secure the election
of Senator Harlan, of Iowa. Harlan was
n old personal friend.
Tho senato committee on elections have
subpoened some twenty or thirty addi
tional witnesses in regard to alleged cor
ruption In tbo Caldwell case. Among them
is Senator Pomeroy. Tha next meeting
of the committeo will be on Friday.
TUB VIENNA EXPOSITION.
The committee on foreign relation will
to-morrow report an appropriation for
the Vienna exposition and will propose, it
is thought, a sum sufficient for the purpose
of securing a large display of American
production and paying attendant ex
The secretary of the treasury ha trans
mitted to Representative Daws, chairman
of tho committee on ways and means, a
draft of a bill relieving from discriminat
ing duties all good imported in French
vessels from countries other than France,
which wcro actually afloat and bound to
the United State within Ave day after
tbo president's proclamation. The secre
tary recommended its passage.
Albany, Jan. 15. A bill was intro
duced to-day in tbo assembly for n con
stitutional amondment excluding from
the right of suffrage any one convicted of
bribery, larceny or any infamous crime
or any one who has become interested in
any wager on election.
REIN AUOU BATED.
Nashville, Jan, 16. Governor Brown
was reinaugurated to-day, before tho con
vention of the legislature and alaige num
ber of spectators.
New York, Jan. 10. Suit was com
menced in the United Statos court to-day
by B. C. Oalven, against Boutwell, secre
tary of the treasury, to recover two mil
lion of dollars, which is alleged to bo due
plaintiff for certain plans furnished the
secretary for the purposo of enabling him
to equalize tbo prlco of gold and papor
William U.Orssp, -)
Wilhsra D Gilbert, V CAIRO, 1UJNOU
VBpeeia, atUntioa given to Admiralty eat
SMuaoMt bus Lasts,
mUOBlQ LSTM,MOatt T AS I OTM
nxf ATM', BAMS.
At tho expiration of tho morning hour,
tho calendar was taken up, and tho follow
ing bill pasted :
To confirm tlio title of L. Oreonough to
land at Orcon Bay, Wisconsin.
To provide a building for n custom
house and post-ofBce at Memphis, Ten
Wasiiinqton, Jan. 10. Tho post-ofBco
appropriation bill was reported and made
tho special order of to-dny. It appro
priates thi ly-two and a half millions, of
which six and three-fourth millions comes
from tho treasury, and tbo balanco from
revenues. It includes half a million for
increased compensation to railroads, giv
ing the pottmastor general authority to
On motion of Mr. Knrritworlb, a rcsolu'
tlon was adopted instructing tho Credit
Mobillcr committeo to Inquire If foes were
paiiteongressmcn as rouiitel, or whitncr
tho monies paid or solicited from tho Union
Pacific railroad on Motlllor wero to assist
in tbo election ot congressmen.
The icglslatlvo appropriation bill was
taken up and amendments voted upon.
THE UN ERA L OK NAPOLEON.
IMMENSE CROWDS AT CHISEL-HURST.
THIRTY THOUSAND PEOPLE
"WITNESS THE PJtOCESSION.
EUGENIE TOO ILL TO ATTEND.
Senator Wright from tho committee on
finance mado a minority report on tbo
question of the power of the secretary of
tbo treasury to issue U. S. note in place
of any portion of the -14 millions rotircd
and excelled under tho act of 18C6. The
report was ordered printed.
The majority report was submitted
yesterday by Senator Sherman.
Senator Morroll of Me., introduced a
bill to amond tho pateut copyright law.
Senator Sherman from tho committee
on finance reported the following original
bill : "A bill to require national banks to
oxtend their cupltal when impaired, and
to amend the national currency act; Be
it enacted, &c, that all national bank
which shall bavo fulled to pay up their
capital stocks nt required by law, and all
national banks whore capital stock shall
have become Impaired by losses or other
wise, shall within threo months after re
ceiving notice thereof from the comp
troller of currency bo required to pay tho
deficiency in capital stock by assessment
upon shnrouoldors pro rata for tho amount
of capital stock hold by each, and tit)
treasurer of tbo United States, shall wltl
hold the interest upon all bonds held by
blm in trust for such association, upon
notification from tbo comptroller of cur
rency till otherwiso notified by him, and
if such banks refuse to pay up'tlioir capital
stock and ahull refuse to go into the It'gis
lation provided by- law for tbrco month
after receiving notice from tho comptroller,
a recoiver may be appointed to close up
tbo business association acccordlng to
tbo provision of lb 10th section of the
national currency act. Section 2, that
lection G7 of said act bo amended by ad
ding thereto the following, and provided
further that no attachment or injunction
thall be Itiued against tuch association or
It property before final judgment in any
suit, action or proceeding In any itatt,
county or municipality.
London, Jan. IS. More than J,C0O
people witnessed tho remains of Napoleon
while lying in state.
Will be represented at tho funoral by
Tharo are Immense) crowd, at Chisel
hurst to seo tho funeral. A thousand po
lice guarded tbo road.
HELLS ARE TOI.L1.NO
And flags aro at half-matt. Tho funeral
procc.sion started to the chapel ut 11
o'clock, and marched in the following
Man bearing a tri-color, borno on an
ash itlck. A deputation of workingmen
from Paris. They woro immortelles in
tbelr coats, and wreaths of yellow flowers.
The chaplain of the family, bearing
A GOLD C8UC1FIX.
The hoarso was drawn by eight horso.
Tho mourners, who numbered oight hun
dred In all, including the Frince Imperial,
wero uncovered. Among tbem were Je
rome Napoleon, Princo Joachim, Prince
Achillo Kiulier, English noblemen, Paris
priests and others.
THE EMPRESS EUOKNIE.
Was too ill to attend tbo funeral. The
coffin wa crowned with immortelles and
violet. Tbero was a sermon at the chapel.
The Bishop of Southwortb
SANO THE REQUIEM,
Assisted by Father Goddard and nil tho
chaplains at the Tiullieres during tbo reign
Wero desposited in the Sacristy, which
had been formed In tbo mortuary cbapel,
till tho romoval of tho body to France.
The procession was very long, tho hearse
was at thechnpel beforo the end of the
cortege had left tho family mansion. All
the carriages and pedostrians marched
Wore cheered by tho crowds. Thirty
thousand people witnessed the procession,
HORRIBLE WIFE MURDER IN
new york crrr.
THE MURDERER ARRESTED
MATILDA HERON SENT
ADVICES PROM HONG KONG.
THE BUREAU QUESTION A SERI
JAPANESE NO LONGER RE
QUIRED TO SHAVE THEIR
ETC., ETC., ETC.
New York, Jan. 15. Matilda Moron,
actrois, recently arrived from San
Francisco, staying at the Merchant's ho
tel in this city, has recently been suffer
ing Irom demonta, and while in a lit to
day, becarao so violent as to reader (t
necessary for her romoval to the Park
hospital, whbro she is now under medical
MONUMENT TO OREELKY.
New York, Jan. 10. The typograph
ical society last night endorsii tbo propo
sition to erect a monument to Greeley of
type ruetnl, an. I requested all printers to
contribute Jlie price of ono thousand ems
each un thftid of Februury.
Tltjg GRAND JLRT
Has found triMsJfWs'for murder against
Sbarkey, ScnnerlSJl;Kin. District At
torney Phelps 'eayVtbero nro fourteen
murderers now-ln. tlio Toombs awaiting
trial, and their cases will be taken up a
soon a possible.'
San Francisco, Jan. 10. The tteamer
Colorado arrived to-day and brings Hong
Kong dates of December 12. The Corean
question is assuming a very serious aspect.
The Japan Gazctto says a war is immi
nent. Tho Japan mail doniea in Mo that
the furoign clergy bad been invited by tho
Japanese government to take part in the
discussion of the question ot rellgioutjtol
oratlon. Tho Japaneso aro considering
the propriety of importing camels to re
place the cattle swept away by the plague.
Actors and wrestlers havo been notified
that they can pursue their profession threo
years longer, after which they must
follow more useful and honoruUe employ
ment. Japanese aro informed that they
are no longer required to shavo tbelr
heads, but the top-knot must bo retained.
Native merchants havo petitioned the
government to allow them to build rail
roads and telegraphs. The petition was
granted, but mutt be constructed under
the lupervision of the public work de
partment. Tbo new Mexican dollar ha
been officially adopted at Canton. Native
riots had occurred at Foo Chow but no
foreigners wero injured.
BULIETLN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AT.
FIRE AT THE LATE RESIDENCE
OF EDWIN FORREST.
Cadiz, 0 Jan. 16. Four largs build
ings on Main street were burned this morn
ing. Loss $10,000 ; insurance $20,000.
Allegheny City, Jan. 15. Tho
planing mill of Trimble, Mclntyro & Co.,
with 11 vo dwellings was burned last night.
Philadelphia, Jan. 16. A lire oc
curred at tbo late rosidenco of Edwin For
rest in this city. A portion of tbo library
was destroyed, including nearly all of his
Shakesperian collection. Tho famous
original copy of Sbakeipoar wa consumed.
It was publishod in 1623, and valued at
$5,000. Tbo Are did not extend further
than tho library. Tho gallery containing
the paintings and art collections wat not
Injured. Tho flro was caused by a dofec-
tivo tiue. Loss $10,000 to $20,000.
New York, Jan. 16. A horrible wife
murder was committed in a teneinont
house in East Elover.th streot last nlghti
but was not discovered until noon to-day ,
Wben tho officer entered tho hotiso and
discovorod tho body of Mary Schefl'elln It
wa covered with blood. Tho scalp wa
almost torn off, And sovoral stabs wero in
side and through tbo arms, Tbo murder
Wis committed by Goorgo Schoffulin, hus
band of the dead womau. Sshoffolin is a
boi plaiterer, and ha not lived with hi
wlfofjrtix months. Her daughtor Mary
Mooney, was arretted, Sho wa lying on
tha floor beside tbo murderod woman In
beastly statu of intoxication,
Scheffolin, who murdored hit wife Tuesday
nlvht. wat arretted this uvening at his
lodgings in Third avenue.
"When tho cell In which Stokes was con
lined previous to hit sentence.wa searched
a bottle was found iu tha corner wbioh on
examination by the chemist, wai found to
contain a concentrated solution of strych
nla, the retult of au analjal reported
S6Jc. Ityo scarce, Brm; No 2 07J07!c.
Barley in fair demand and higher; No 2
fall 0871c, No 8 658o. Provision
held firm. Pork higher; $11 GiU GO
pot, $11 0011 92 Merch. Lard steady
at $7 10 on spot. Meats fully recovered
from the decllno of yesterday and closed
Arm. Green bam 7c for 10, 8o for IS
pound average; bulk shoulders 30 days in
salt 3c, loose salt rib packed CJc.
Whisky dull and a grado lower.
New York. Jan. 15. Flour mora ac
tive, tupor western $S 0oC 00; common
to good $7 107 05; good to choice $7 00
8; white wheat extra $7 7o9. Wills,
kov lower at 93j94c, closing at 04c;
Whoat spring firmer with light offerlnes'
winter Arm and quiet with moderate de
mand; No 3 spring 51 601 05; good No
2 Chicago afloat at SI CI; rod wlntrr
I 80l 00. Rye llrm. Barloy quiet.
Corn .quiet and sloady, western mlxwl
00C0c; cholco In store 03jC4c; new
western March CS);Cle. Jtt i.ctlvo,
wcHern C052Jc; black wostern 4800c.
Coffee veoy firm. Sugar steady. Mnlis
os steady. Pork very dull. meat $13 lCi
13 80; prime $14U 50. Beef more ac
tive, mess $1012; extra $1213 50. Cut
meat quULahoulders 5Jc; hams V10c;
middle dull short clear 7T Xc long and
short clear 7jq long clear .'lunuary 7c;
short clear January 7J7Jc. Lerd Arm
western steam 6ac; ketllo 88 6-1 tic.
Monov steady C7; sterling steady t
92; gold firm rising from 12 to 12 and
New Orlkani, Jan. 16. Flour slock
light, XXX S7 600; family $9 6010
76. Corn llrm mixed 03c; wlilto 04ii5c.
Oats quiet 484c. Bran $1 35. Hay
firm primo $:iu0; choice $42. I'ork
dull, new $13 70. Biivon active 0J9k;
no clear sides hern. Hams llrm lu17c.
Lard quiet, tierces 88lc; keg '.J(a)'.3c
Sugar firm, inferior ftJi-,commcin tif7c;
fair to fully fair 78c; prime JJc. Mo
lasses active, fair to choice 03C3u.
Whiskey scarce, primo Louisiana Olc; no
western here. Coffee 10l9Jc.
MEiirui, Jan. 10. Flour quiet. Corn
dull and unsottlcd; yellow and whito
shotted 6367c. Oats quiut at 40t"r:
Bran firm at 2C27c. Hay ecarco at
32c. Bulk meats easier and quiet.
Lard dull and unchanged.
St. Louis, Jan. 16. River rising slowly
and rain falling nearly nil day. The
gorge above tbo bridge is still firm, but
tho transfer boHt Dunleitb, hss been en
gagod breaking a channel to the Mound
street transfer landing. Tho Richmond
came to the levee to-day, and will begin
to toad for tho south. Other boats will
follow he and when tho ico runt out a
fleet of steamer will be ready to leave at
Our Homo Advertisers.
HIM and Fall f the lvrr.
Far 11 houn coding at 3 p.m. .In. IS, 1872.
STATIONS, wa- .
Fort Smith. m
THOMAS L. WATSON,
WEATHER R EPORT.
Wabhixutok, Jan. 1 & Probabilities
For Now England eattorly to southerly
winds, rising temporaturo, cloudy weather
and rain, except possiblo snow for north
orn portion. For South, Atlantic and
Middio states easterly to southerly winds,
cloudy woather and rain, winds shifting
to westerly. From tbo gulf northwest to
tho upper lake and lake Brie wlndt shift
ing to westerly and northerly. A decided
fall of temperature and clear and clearing
weather for Missouri, and northwest north
erly to westerly winds and geuerally clear
and cold woather.
St. Louis, Jan. 16. Flour buoyant, X
70(0 25; XX SU 600)7; XXX $7 1X4
8 20; family $8 6U9; lancy $9 25lu.
Wheat nrm, sio zpring si uc$i no; jxo
3 red full $1 80; No 2 $1 95. Corn very
firm, No 2 mixed 39j38c. Oat iu hot
lordemand, No 2 mixed 2930c. Ilarloy
unchanged, Ho & uc; ctioico usci.
11 jo dull, fioi Bifvgoo. roric quiet ana
unchanged. Dry salt meat dull, Shoul
der 44c; clear rib 0JCJc; clear tide
0J0jo for Jobbing and order lots; bacon
dull and unchanged. Lard lower, prime
steam OJc, CoQ'eo llrm, rio 2l24c. Sugar
steady and llrm, Louisiana 9llc' High
wine steady 90(219 lc, Cattle actlvo and
highor for shipping grades, 88o medium
to A. Hog opened $3 404, but declined
closing $3 40170; bulk of salet at $3 00;
receipt! 7.100; pocked to data 436,000.
Ohicaqo. Jan. 10. Flour llrm ; extra
spring $0 267 26. Wheat optued dull,
but doted active ; No 2 tprlng $1 'JO
X 20), tpot St 22, February No 3, $1 07
tall 07. Corn dull, drooping ; No 2
mixed U0J80,o spot, 8030o February
and 80o karcb. Ooti tdy No 2 25J
fBelow high water,
Observer Kltf. Ser. U. S. A.
Pittsiiuru, Jan.lD. Tho Monongahalu
river it rising gradually, C fet 8 inches at
present; reported to be slowly rising above,
Considerable rain fell last night. "Weather
continues warm and cloudy. Indication
this evening aro rat icr favoMblo for more
rain; mercury 49" at 6 o'clock. The 11. J.
Grace, sunk recently at the mouth of Rea
ver river has been raised and will prupba
bly go on the docks to-morrow for repairs.
Exchange for Cincinnati and Louisville,
Iron Mountain and barges will depart for
New Orleans to-morrow.
Kvaksville, Jan. 15. Cloudy, mild
and raining all day. River has fallen 18
inches. Mercury 62 to 60. Port list up:
Robert Mitchell, 8 a ra; K. U. Durfoe 7;
Andy Uaum,7; Fayetto 12; II. y. Turner,
2 pm. Dawn: Grey, Harpth. Business
lively. A heavy fog prevuils.
juxurms. Jan. is. warm and raining
nearly all day, witn a tnunder storm,
ltlvor rising steadily. Arrived: Uello
Lee, ttovt Orleans. Departed: Alaska,
Cincinnati; Eckort wreck i f tho Cbrrokee.
Cincinnati, Jan. 16. Tho rivor is 10
feet 0 inches and stationary. Sam J. Hale
from Now Orleans. Hello Vernon from
Pittsburg and Charmer from Evansvlllu
arrived to-day. Tho Nashvillo from
Momphis arrived lato last night. Im
parled : Potomac, Memphis. Mercury 62
ut 7 o'clock this evonlngj cloudy.
Nasuville, Jan. 10. River falling 4
feet on Uarpoth shoals. Weather cloudy
Louisville, Kr Jan. 10. River fall
ing. 7 feet 0 inches in tho channol ; 0 feet
in cbuto. Warm nil day; mercury ranges
from 45 to 67; raining this afternoon and
tonight. Arrived Sam Roberts with ten
barges of Pittsburg coul ; Thomas W.
means, Kentucky rivor. .Departed: Shan
non, JNow Orleans; bam Knberts uml
barges, Pittsburg. The Oakland got all
her barges in tho canal und will probably
leavo to-morrow ovenlng. The Smoky
uity is pulling ncrs tnrougn.
Corner Twenty-second street
SUPERIOR ST 12 A. M DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest mark
Very cheap. Leavo orders at IIALI.IDAY
UIlOTHKltS, or apply at the ulll.
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholesale atsttlBetaU Oroeer,
Hat on hand nt all time Vegetables, Fruit
liutter and Eggs'Lard,
Honey, Tropical Fiiuits, Etc., Etc
t5y"AII goods Warranted Fresh, aud told
at small Profit.
X. 11. Parcel delivered to any part of the
city to Customer.
WX8T MDK UOMMEBCIAL AVE., HETWEKM
17th AND 1 8th STUKXTH.
a -ao-tr oaiiiii, 1 1. 1. IMS.
THE STEW aY31'-iD2vr.
OKOUaaiEit RETAILED AT WUOLXSALT
riucxs ron cajh.
AT U. C. THIELECKK'S STORE
WAMimOTON AYKXUE, IIETWEEN TEJ4TI1
ANn ELEVENTH. alHEETH.
6C ?bi. DilT Cuba Sugar for -$5 0
9 J .i ii ... i 00
oj lbs. A coffee Suirar, N. Y. Std. - 1 06
1 Prime Rio C'ofTeu for - - 1 0C
3 " Cholco " " - - 1 0C
3 " Old Oijvernmnnt Java - - 1 0C
Teas and othor stitple and fancy Groce
ries, equally m cheap.
Goods new and full weight given. Call
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROMT VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Itjaetre-ulb afreet ssatl Com
' JOHN SHEEHAN,
RUT AIL GROCER
And Dealer Id
BLE3. FRUITS, EGGS,
FJtKSU UUTTEU, ETC.
ISff All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
the lowest prices.
Comer 0th St. andCoinmerclalAve.
H. M. UULEN,
MEHO U A N DISE B R O K E R
Purchasing for Merchants a speciality.
Uftlce : 110 Ohio Levee, CALIU), ILLS
t?Refcrencos. Cairo Merchants.
Contractor and Builder
Has returned to Cairo
take contract for
und is prepared to
KINDS OF BUILDINGS
specially refers to his past record IB
Cairo as a builder.
Headquarters at B. II. Cunningham's,
CoBuaerclul avenue, ltekrenccs tolteed
Maun, K, U. Cunningham and John Wood,
DANIEL LAM PERT,
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CUIIJJREN,
Eiohtu St., Ut. Com. A Wasu.,
Has lust oncned a new and stvllth estab-
l.fthrnent. fuQv ud to the times, aud invite
old customers and new, ladles, children and
au, mi tavor mm witn weir patronage.
E3TAll work done in the Latest Blyt,
HKAIi KMTATB ACIENOl.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (HECOND LOOH) OHIO LEVEE,
Uov and Ssll, Rial Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITL1
Ami p.ifirn ConvojrsnoM ofKlo.lr.'
John q. llanuuii. Chat. Thrupp.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Norlh 'r. Oils M. nnd Ohio !
Abstructt of Title, Uonveyanetng made a
specialty, Heal Khtato bought and aold.
EaTTaxes Paid, etc.
AGENTS! AGENTS I
W. W. THORNTON'S,
UUILDKH8' SUPPLY DEPOT
Vii XRNTB ITRIRT,
Uoura. HmmH, BtlaelK. tUstlasra.
kUu Matter, (wa Wlsuwitastl tr
tYnsta, sTIswrlsMr, La Ml,
MislDicIf, lsuse4 MrSBk, bkM M4
I lht, Olaused Trsssta asssa.
Mnh Wclsjhsa, Nstads railUsw staisl O
rlt, Hooftajr rctnsstt, puaawiai
PaMr, Cmrint Veil, Wfaltsi
Lwtd, UawsHl oil, Asacs-leaas Wistw
UImm, Bstsrllaii ststdrrtusek
riatv Putty, a!aalfra rata
Mwr Plpa, Patfstt Clktsststsiyav
B'c, Bie., at.
AORMTrl lor Rock Rirvt Paper Cumasnt'
Hhelhiii r!tn iuarlsOmoo
ii. W John's ImprotMl RooOog always oa
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
a nvtry dsserlptlsa,
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAB POfJTl
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Fur Dished on,bortMtaoti.
(-'ommerolal-av, bet. 10th anal lltkafe,
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73.
C. HAN NY.
LAJIQE STOCK. -
K1MTC0KT JEAJI, FZT&A,
Q AOS 1RAIN BILKS,
LARUE STOCK OF CARFOTINQ
Mia Entire (ItMSt
VERY LOW PIOTJRSS.
CO EN BR Dm BT. AsTD oouubbcxal-at
WIN tut ABB LUIOOM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Shuttlo Sowing Ma-
lor 187:1 Ik tho uiiccu.
the lok'Stllch ume un tho
mur. aua is uu mo naciiiu nncucu iui
fiimllv uso. 1 am sendlmr out amt)ie wa
chines to Auent very low. ..Retail prlco,
M. L. WAITS.
Gen'l. Aet. for t'outlu-ni Ills.
lleadquarterx, Pulakl, Pulaski Co., Ills.
tr. Witts Is reliable, and the Union Shut
tl. Machine sr. JfKggL- M,(
1-7 Wtf. rxutaai,
Alto, ksp eoattaatijr oa haad a raosS eosa
plU atoek ef
SOUTOM AMD ISUK WBUUM
fort, MaderU, Sherry and Catawba WUa
i tna aanaaiai mm
lion ( close barcala buyers.
F. M. 8TO0KFLETH,
scoeassoa rcau ssrooarura
MUryar stssst Wtiils la mlf lm
rareKP tus ssiUtt
WINES AND LIQUOR!
No. M Obio Livbb,
tea aaad aoatUa
tsitsi aaad aMtUatly m ateekts
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