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OBTIOH, BUIiXi33TIlr BXTIIilDIlTa-, COE. 12TII BTUHDEJI1 A.3STI5 -W.SHI3SrC3-T03ST AVE DNTTU.
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY T, 1873.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
Preaching, Sabbath nt 101 a.m. antl " P,m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at7t p. m.
4abbath Hcliool.3p.in. J.M. l.ansdcn, Hu
ticrltitendciit. ItKV. II. Thaykii, Pastor
METHODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut St,
.'reaching, .".aimam at ioj a.m., au i p. "
I'rnycr mi-ctliiK. Wednesday,? p.m.
Kabbath School. 3. p.m. L. W. Stlllwcll,
ItKV. K. L. TUOMI'SON,
JIIURCH OK Till: REl)EKMEIl-(,El'lsco-
Morning prayers. Habbath 10, a.m.
Evening prayers, 71 p.m.
Habbath School, "J a.m.
llKV. K. OoaN, Itcclor.
BT. PATRICK'S CHUIKJII-Nlnth St. and
Public Artlw, Sabbath HilO and 104 a-"'
Vespers, 7 11.111.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
b'ci vice overy day, H a.m.
Hkv, P. .). O'IIaM.oiux, Priest.
hT. JOSEPH'S CHURCII.-IOerman,) for
ucr o( Walnut and Cros tr-t.
Mass, citry Sabbath nt 10 o'clock a. m.
Vespers, i! p. m. . , ,
Mas during week days, 8 o dock a. in.
Hkv. O. Hoffman, Priest.
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street. , ,
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o clock.
Habbath hchool at 'J o'clock p. in i .
ItKV. Ron'T. IlKl.liKl, lator.
VOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoClA
TIOS. Regular meeting nccotid Monda)
each month at their room our Itockwcll
A: CVs book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, p.m.at
tUCtU0U- L.W.Smi.WKU.. President.
riEUOND MISSIONARY iiAi'Ti.vr
( IIUKOU.-Corncr y e amore uiid Y il
tlml htrccts. reaching Sabbath at II
o'clock a. in. and !! o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
Tho chinch l connected with the Illinois
Association, IiV the t irn jiissionur) jujf-
tl-t Church ol Cairo.
RnV.Sol.OMOX I.KOSAHD, Pastor.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cellar.
Services, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
SaSbath School, 1) p.m.
CUs meets at 3 p.m.
SECOND FREE WILL IIAI'TIST Mf-
vtonth Street., between S alnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. 11 and 3 p. m.
ItKV. N. Kicks, Pastor.
FREE WILL RAITIST HOME MISSION
SAUUAT1I SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School. 0 a.m. . ,,r ,,,,
FIRST FREE WILL 1IAPT1ST CHURCH
-Curry' Harracks ,
Service, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A .1 p. m.
ItKV. WM. Kkm-ey, Pastor.
FIIIST MISSIONARY HAPTI5T CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St",
teaching Sabbath, 101 ." al .1 p.m.
Prayer mectluir, W ednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath school, U p.m. John anllaxtcr
aud Mary Stephen. Superintendent.
ItKV. T. J. SlIOKKa, Pa-tor.
SECOND HAPTIST ClllMiCH-Fourtcenth
Street, between Cedar and mliiut. Ihe
only Ibptlst church recognized by the As
sociation. , .
Service. Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Ukv. Jacou IIkauluv, Elder.
CA1HO -COMMANDEltY. No. "j-- ed
Aemlly at the Aylum Masonic Hall, Uit
and third Monday In each month.
CAIRO COl'NCII., No.!M.-Itcular Convo
ration at Masonic Hall, the oecond riday
in each month. ....
CAIRO CHAl'TER No. 71.-Regu ar Con
vocation ut Maonlc Hall, on the third
Tuoday ol every month,
CAIRO l.ODOE, No. 'ii; F. & A. JI.-'lW'-iar
Coiniiiuntcatlon at Manonlc Hall, the
xecoud and fourth Monday of each month.
AI.E.YVNDER LODOE.tKU-Mcet In Odd
Fellow UaU, In Arter' bulldln;;, every
Thurday evening at S o'clock.
fiovemor Richard J. Ole-by.
l.leutcnant-Oovenior John I., nevcrluge.
Secretary of State (leorse II. Harlow.
Auditor of State-C. E. l.lppincotl.
Stalo Treaurer Camper Ruiz.
Attorucv (icneral Jamci K. I.dall
Sunt. l'u'bllclintnictlon-Ncwton llatcman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
for the Statc-at-Largo S.
L. Reveridxe. ... . ,
Kupruocuiatlvc Thirteenth DUtrlct John
MKMin-iim ni'.NEUAL ASSEMltLY.
Renrescntathe In tho Mill dM-lct
John 11. Oberly, Win. A. I.cimna and Math
ew J. Inicorc."
Senator tor tho .'0th district. Jenu Y arc.
Judge D. J. llaki r, or Alexander.
Statu' Attorney Patrick II. I'ope.
Clerk R. S. Yocum.
Sherlll A. II. In In.
Wm. Martin As'i'Ksnr and I reasurcr.
Judge V. llrow. ....
Associate J. E. McCrite and S. Marcull
rierk .Taoob O. Lynch.
Ceroner John II. Gowman.
Mayor .John M. Laundcu.
Tri'omirer II. A. CunuiiiKham.
Comptroller E. A. llurnett.
(,'lerk Michael Howley.
Manhal Andrew Cain.
Attorney 1. II. Tope.
1'ollce Magistrates F. 15ros and
Chlel of Pollco-L. II. Myers.
8F.I.KCT COUNCIL. ,
Mayor John M. Lansdcn.
Flrnt Ward-P. 0. Schuh.
Second Ward C. R. Woodward.
Third Ward-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staats Taylor.
Clty-at-Largo W. 1. Hafllday
BOAIID Of AI.DKItMKN.
First 'Ward -James Rcardcn, A. U. Saf.
lord, Isaac vt uiuu .
Seconu aru n. it. uunningnam, t.. UU'
SWEAR TO HIS STATE
HICHAI'DSON TO UB TlOtJT
1'OMEItOVIN.TUHED IN A KAIL
HO AD ACCIDENT;
HUT DOES NOT DISCUVKIt HIS TN
JUltlKS UNTIL HK IlEAUHES
HEAVY SUIlSCKIt'TIONS TO THE
New York, Feb. ! Tho Herald's
Waihlngton special says that part of
Caldwell's slatemunt shown to hnvo
been untrue, shortly after lin had an-
nouucid that ho did not intend to .wear to
tho ttutctnent. It is thought that tho
commitluo will bo divided on his cau hi
to the quettion of expulsion.
Washinoto.v, Kub. C Senator I'ome-
roy usiuros hli friends that ho will bo able,
us lie Is unxloui, to mako a satisfactory ex
planation of his ariliro conduct during the
recent senatorial contest In bis state, show
ing tho conspiracy formed for and securing
his defeat, by tho usu of means which do
not, ho atterts, involvo him In any Inten-
al wrong. Hu sent word to tbo senate
yesterday, by a friend, that he
had received eevcro injuries by a railroad
accident at Crestline, and would not bo
nblo to mako bis appearance lor leveral
davs. If ho wm injured ho was tho only
man on tho train who makes this com
plaint. The fuct is ho wants to find tho
drift of public sentiment before ho takes
his seal in the Senate.
Secretary Houtwell says the Presi
dent hns definitely decided to appoint
Assistant Secretary Richardson, us
his successor in tho trcaiury department.
KKVKNUK ON TOBACCO.
Tho coinmiisioner of internal sorenuo
addressed tho following letter to tho
chairman and murnbers of the Qnanoo
commlttco: "Tho tlnal passage of tho
bill in regard to the soiling of leaf tobac
co direct to consumers which was passed
by tho house- yesterday, will in tho re
spectful judgment of this olilco, prove dis
astrous to tho rovenuo from tol.ucco, nnd
is most earnestly depreciated by the
wbolo body of manufacturers of tobacco
throughout tho country. I liKve addressed
tho chairman of your committee to-day,
inking it hearing of the manufacturers of
the country beforo tho seuatu is called to
consider it. Wo ettimato that tho revc-
nua would bo reduced $3,000,000 pur year
by tho proposed bill."
TltK FIT Mil ED LOAN.
Tho funded loan subscription in tho
United States treasury to-day has bcon so
heavy that the secretary of the tresury,in
order to stop tho Interest, has issued a call
for 100,000,000 of 5-20 bond of 1S02, in
advance of tlio closing of tho books. An
additional call will bo issued to follow
shortly, tho secretary having declined to
call at ono time more thun 100,000,000,
becaue of tho clerical lubor involved in
preparing, receiving nnd delivering
Senator "Witson on tho 18th or 25th
lni., will notify the propor authorities ot
Massachusetts of his intended resignation,
which will not tako placo till tho expira
tion of tho present congress.
taken up, and Senator Cragln addressed
tbo lonalo thereon.
Senator Spraguo called up tiro formica
tion appropriation bill, which was passed,
Tho report of tho conferenco commlttco
on the bill amending tho bankrupt law so
ns to relievo Itoston insuranco company's
was concurred in.
On motion oi Sonator Edmunds tho
bill to provMo for tho distribution of tho
Geneva award was taken up. Sonator
Morrill of Vermont, sflurcd an amend
ment to tho Vienna Exposition bill, pro
viding that not miro than fifty thousand
dollars shall bo paid for salaries, nor
morn than $5,000 to any ono person.
Agreed to. Tho bill then passed.
Tho senate then wont into exccutlvo
session u nd soon adjourned.
Washington, Feb. 0. A bill passed re
moving tho political disabilities of Robert
Tho scnato appropriation of $10,000 for
a government building at Atlanta, was
Mr. ilutlor of Massachusetts, from tbo
conferenco comrnitteo on tho bill to
amend the bankruptcy law, made n re
port Hgreclng to the senate bill, with n
faw amendments. Tho report wm
Mr. icoHold, from tho commlttco on
constructing steam sloops of war, mado u
report agreeing to tho construction of
eight such vessels, ut a cost not exceeding
Mr, Ha.leton of Mississippi, from tho
election committee, reported a resolution
to pay O. C. Ilowon, contestant of the
seat of Da Largo from S. C, both hav
ing been excluded from tho teat, 51,500
in full for oipensc.
Mr. Hohnan moved to lay tho rcsotu
lion on tho lablo. Negatived: Yeas 83,
nays SO. Tho resolution was then adopt
On motion of Mr. Garfield, the senate
bill appropriating $30,000 to defray tho
expenses of investigations in roforencoto
elections in Kansas, Louisiana and Arkan
sas, was taken up and passed.
The bill for a railroad bridge across tho
Mississippi River at Memphis camo up as
business of tho morning hour.
.w. O. Stanccl. James Swayno.
Third Ward-Win. Strattou, J. U. Phllll.
Fourth Ward-Jno. II. Robinson, (J. II.
ease, J. u. .Mctcau.
HI VMS 'ANN.
DIl. B. 0. TADEIt,
"Will resume the practice ot hi profession
with fKiiei'lul reference to the clectrtea
treatment ol disease In all the now aud Im
proved methods or application.
In all caxci of female, complaint a lady
will no in aucnuaiico.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up stair.
' WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
-vtKHIDttNUK N'n. 21 Tiiirteeaih ttreat. tin.
XV tueua Washmition avenue nil WhI nut street.
Oinc uiUomnmri'HiaTemm, up mair.
' 0. W. DUNNINO, m. d.
rE9IDKNCE-cornrXinth aud Walnut (to,
rvOfnee ooinei hum airoei ana umo levoe.
Oltton hour rrom n a.m. to vt m., ami v p.m
H. WAHDNElt. M. D.
mCMinENnR (lnrnr r.Inetianth trot and
1.V Washlnxton avonue. near court houee. Of
ce ier Arier'sflroi-eryHUira, Utile Hourilrcm
a.m.. so vi m. inn -om t ins p, m.
It, S. HRK1IIASI, M. 1).,
llnmeonathlo I'hvsletnli and Siimcon. Of-
ilea YM Commerclnl avenue, KcMdencc on
Tentli street, throe doors west of C. It
AN INDICTMENT FOUND
A GItOWINO DESIR1-: TO EMI
Git ATE TO SAN
PREPARATIONS FOR MARDIGRAS
WOMAN SUFFRAGE DEVONSTRA
TION IN INDIANA.
QUEEN'S ADDRESS HE
Til QUKKN'g ADDIIKSS.
London, Feb. 0. Parliament assembled
to-day. Tho quoin in hor speech alluded
to tho mission of Sir D. Freero, and the
suppression of tbo sltvo trado of Fast
India. Tho decision of Emperor William
n tho San Juan boundary is touched upon.
Parliament will bo asked to provido for the
payment of tho Gonova award. The
queen expressed hor acknowledgement to
the emperor of Germany nnd the Genera
arbitrators for their work. Concerning
the movo of Russia In Central Asia alio
tayi correspondence nai -passed with a
viow of fixing tho boundary lino of tho
northern frontier at Afghanistan in order
to Insuro tranquility in Central Asia.
"Wasuinoto.v, Fob. C Senators Ste von-
son and htociuon rskou to do excuseu
from serving on a special committee to
considor ' testimony sent from the house
Implicating certain senators. The ser.ato
refused to accept.
Senator Logan introduced a bill direct
ing tho postmaster guneml to ndvertieo
Immediately for proposals from citizens
of tli o United States for performing u
weekly mall sorvlco for llftoen yoars bo-
tweon Now York and Liverpool by means
of nt least six American built '1,000 ton
iron screw stoamthips, at a compensation
of not over SCOO,000 per yoar.
Senator Stovanson entered a motion to
reconsider tho voto by which the apoclo
payment bill was rejected yosterday.
Senator Rico moved to postpone tbo pond
ing order for tho purpose of proceeding to
the consideration of his resolution direct
ing tho commlltoo on privileges aud olec
Hons to inqtilro whether thorn is n legal
statn government existing in Arkansas
Tbo sonate then resumed tbo consldera
tlon of tho diplomatic and consular appro
priation bill, which was considered for a
time, nnd patsod.
On motion of Senator Cragin, iron shin
building yard on tho wator fulling into
tho Atlantic, and another on tbo Missis
Ippl rlvor or tomo of its tributaries, was
FIRE AND MARINE
i isr s tt iR .a r a :e
NIAOARA, U. T.,
Asset - $1..21
OIRUAN1A, M. T.,
1IANOVM, K. T,
KEPUllLtC, K. T.,
,.7i 8i 00
New Y'oinc, Feb. C It is stated that an
indictment has boon found in Paris against
Frccmont and somo of his associates who
helped him negotiate the Memphis and
El Paso railroad bonds in European mar
kets, and that tboir trial will como off
? AM ANA HAY.
Tho counsol for Samuna Ray company
says hundreds of letters aro received dally
by parties desirous of emigrating to San
Vicar Gen. Starrs diod this a.m., at his
residence in tho Roman Catholic Cathedral.
A LAW WANTED.
New Yokk, Fob. 0. It is reported
that Tromaino and his associates nro con
sidering tho advisability of upplying for
tho structuro of a law for the trial of civil
suit" against Twoed.
M0.VU.MKNT TO MKADK.
A delegation of prominent otTicora of
tho army of tho Potomac prescntod an ad
dress to Mayor Havomeyor to-day In re
gard to soliciting aid from tho city for a
monument to Gen. Meade.
Memi'HI!, Fob. 0. Preparations for the
celebration of tho Mardigias festival havo
been mado on an extensive scalo by tho
Mystic Order of Memphis. Tho ex
position building, Now Memphis Thoatre,
Grand Opcra-liouso, and alU, largo halls
huvo been soeured. Railroads and stoam
boat lines will furnished excursion tickets
ut half prlco.
TkniiK Haute, Fub. 0, A popular dem
onstration, In favor of woman sutTrngo, was
h'ild nt tho Oporii-liouso in tins city, to
night. An immonso uudlonco was present.
Col. 11. W. Thompson dolivoredan address
in favor of woman's enfranchisement. At
tho cluso of his ipcocn, resolutions wcro
adopted unqualifiedly pledging tho meet'
ing to woman eull'rago,
Sr. Louis, Feb. 6. Flour nuict and un
changed. Wheat dull and very slow,
soft spring $1 iS&t 42; No. 2 red full,
$2 00. Corn dull nnd drooping, No. 1
mixed, 34c No. i white mixed, Jtlffil'Jc.
Oats unchanged, No. 2 mixed. ;!930c.
Barley quiet and unchanged. Rye quiet
and dull. No. 2 "3(75c. Pork, mess, $13.
I). S. meats quiet, shoulders 4 Jc; clear rib
Cjc; clear sides CJfuJic, for jobbing and
order lots packed. ISacon In action;
shoulders steady: "Idea lower: shoulders
file; c. s. Cjc: c. . two hundred and
fllty dollars paid for privilege, calling for
100,000 lbs of clear !lde in September at
01c. Lard nominal; 71c offered; rsund
lots, primo steam; i c uskeu. mgnwines
firm and steady, at UOc. Cattlo active and
steady, fair to choice at $4 OOfnlJO. Hoes
flsmcr, at S3 O0t &0; mostly $1 10
Chicago, Feb. 0. Flour firm, wheat
quiet and weak, No 1 spring SI 28; No 2
Si 22? cash; 51 25' .March; No3 SI 10,
Uorn steady, no z mixeu iiuj(a,jujc casn;
31 !;fu)31Jc March. Cats steady, No 2 20
(n27c. ilarley dull, No 2 fall 67fis71o ac
cording to location; No 3 60fi3e. l'ro
visions in good demand, mess pork $12 10
cash; $12 CO April. Lard $7 30 cash.
Bulk meats steady, shoulders 44jc;
cides (H(a,G:, There is no long and short
clear loose bacon out of smoko. Green
moats unchanccd. "Whiskey 87jc.
Nr.w Youk, Feb. C Flour dull ; heavy
sunorlor western to 50(7,7 25. Common
to good $7 2.j7 80; good to choico $8
8.50. White wheat X $8 5010.75.
Whisky 033c. Wheat dull; heavy No
2 Chicago Spring S1G 4C5; No 2 mcd
luin $1 "OGlil 72: red western $r'J5,
Amber 200 whlto $2 202 25. Kyo
Csrn heavy; rod western mixed afloat
G7(5)')01c. In stors U3jnew mlxod west
ern CsJ; western yellow Col. UaU dull!
unchanged; now . mixed western 6354 )
and 53. Coffeo firm. Sugar quiet,
Molasses steady. Mess pork 14J; prime
mess 133. Uoef dull and unchanged
Cut meats auiot: shoulders 5 middles
weak. Long clear Cjc; short clear 71Q
7fc. Lard firmer; western steam $8(nt8 Ac.
New OuleaN!, Fob. 0. Ury salt
meats dull and lowr. 5?(S8c. Lard
tlerco SBlc; keg 0lf7,03c Gold IS;
Cotton active, without ouotablo chance;
good ordinary 18181q low middling
162: middling lOJfarJIc; middling Or
leans WMftior: sales 8,500; receipts 3,
283; stock 218,433.
St. Louis, Fob. C Arrived '. Nono.
Dopurted . KUiolt and St. Sosopb, Cairo;
Paulino Carroll for Now Orleans. Kiver
rising slowly. Weather clear and mild,
lico gorges in Missouri river nnd upper
Missis. ippi aro still firm. Not over live
feet water to Cairo.
Memi'HIs, Fob. C. "Weather clear and
warm. Kivor fulling. Departed : City
of Vicksburg, Fanny Lewis, Dollo Mom
phis, St. LnuU; Louisville Cincinnati.
MEMl'Hlf, Feb. 0. Clear nnd warm.
Kivor falling. Doparted: City of Vicks
burg, Fanny Lewis, Uolle Memphis, St.
Louis. Louisville, Cincinnati.
Cincinnati, Feb. 0.- Itlvor 10 feet
and 0 inches and fulling slowly, with a
tendency to bo stationary. Departed,
trill, for Pittsburg; Andes, "SVhoilifig;
Anna, Arkansas river; Hyen, Leopard,
Niagara, Oil Valley, Vetorun with tows.
Weather foggy. H. O. Tacgar oxpected
from Now Orleans.
Pittsuuuo, Feb. 0. River fulling, 13
feet in tbo channel. Cloudy, mercury 41.
Kivors n'most freo of running Ice. l)e
purted, Ksporanza, St. Louis ; Carrie
Krooks, Wheeling, rrusent prospects aro
somo coul will net out by next Satur
Nashville, Feb. C Itlsing steady, 8
feet on Harpoth shoals. Weather clear
ing nnd cooler. Departed, Jno S. Ilruns
ford, Uppor Cumberland.
Mkw Orleans, tab. . Arrivsd, Ji. a.
Tumor. Louisville; J. II, .lohnson, St.
LouisviLi.Tf, Fob. 0. Itlvor fillers 4
inches; 8 feet 6 inches canal; 0 feet f Inches
chuto. Weathor cloud v nnd mild; mer
cury avoragod above SO, Ico rapidly dis
appearing. Arrived: Potomac and J
1) l'arker irom .MemMiis; inos w jteaas
and barges from lronton; Andy Ilaum
from Cincinnati; J W Garrett and barges
from St. Louis; Dexter rrom New Orleans;
Condor nnd barges and W H llrown and
bargos from Pomeroy, Departed : Po
tomac, J D Parker, H O Yar-gor and Law
renco for Cincinnati; C II Church, Jno A
Wood and Simpson Hornor for Now
Orloans; Andy Haum, falls, for Memphis;
Moad and lronton fur Pittsburg; Condor
VicKsuuita, Feb. 0. Down: St Luke,
I'argoud. Up; ltobort Mitchell. Weather
clear and cool, ltivor rising.
K vanhvii.i.k, Fob. C Clear with tho
morcury at CO. Kivor rlson 3 feot. Up:
Armodillo, Mary Houston, Commonwealth
and barge, Mary Amont, Howling Green,
Thompson Dean and Peyton la. Down:
Charmer, N. P. Blgley, Smoky City,
Forsyth, Nashville, Morning Star Idle
wild, all with Immense trips. Freight in
excess of tonnai'o, and business active
No Ice is in tho rivor.
Cosaprtsiog the Underwriters Aftaaey.
YONKXRS, M. T-
SIB l 01
Assets - "
TinKMK.f'g FUND, 8. 7.,
BKCUMTY, K. Y. UAMNK,
Mm... Dirnlllniri. Furniture. Hulls and C
roph, Iniureil ut rales as isvoraoia as ioudu, y
I resiiMliu r or ine oi ineua ci un
shaieof their plronRe.
Otlr Homo Advertisers.
W. II, Moms,
II. II. L'.nJte
No. Pub. and tl.H. Com
FlltE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
" nn tStflSS V T T
NORTH AMERICA, PA
'72. FALL AND WINTER 73
C. HAN NY.
STRIFES, ... ,..
XINTCCXY JIAXS, 7XTBA,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
LAHUE STOCK OF OARFKTING
Ilia Entire Ntoek
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORKER 8TH ST. AND C0UMI8CIAL-AV.,
Asfett H,73,CO0 00
Aiiti-. I2,M 4,210 72
AsstU .(1 ,781 ,1 18 8
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Asest - Il,tt3,88 1
Apset - S15,73 (8
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Asset I6O0.OK) u
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIKE.
Assets pi.OOOxxi 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIKE AND
Asset. . :,500,0 u
RAILWAY PA89EN0ER3 ASSURANCE
ysets JO(,0CO 00
Assets 63,62 W
SAFFOKD, MOltlUS & C'ANDEli,
71 Otitis I.eirre,
AVAisiilNaTox, Fob, 0, Probabilities
For Now England winds shilling to oast
orly nnd southorly and partly cloudy
weather. For Middlo states southorly to
southeasterly wind, partly cloudy weathor
and probably areas of light rain from
Virginia to Eastorn Nuw York. From
Tennessee to Missouri and touthorn por
tions ot Illinois and Indiana and Ohio
falling barnmoter, higher temporaturo,
westerly and southorly winds and gonar
aily clear weuttior.
Olilco or Cairo City Ferry Co,, 1
Cairo, rob. I, lb7.'i.
Notice U hereby given to tho stockholders
r tint iilmvn iinmed t'omnaliv. that an tut-
MSiitiiieiit of nineteen (111) penent. or !) no
per shnro upon tho capital stock or Mild eoin
panv, has tills dav been mado by the board
a( (ilreelornt ami that tho stockholders aro
,.... in n,.v llin anlili! lit tho Olilco or tlm
Ircasm cr.as follow, vim ?5 on each share on
March 1, nuxt, and 1 tfi on each shuro on
April 1, next, In accordance wltu the char
ier anil oy.iaws oi inr cuiium..;
2-0-dl2t. Tiios. AV. Haluday, Scc'y.
TKUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Ceni'l. Office, 172 WasiunotonSt.
Thii German Life Insurance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
aha a Value III Cu.tli on tho Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. nUCK, -U.
JOHN VT. P1WKSS,
Agent for Cairo and lcinlty.
SKCTION NO. 47.
Afffociutlon for promotlnc Life Insuranco
and Sick ltolicf by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation In objects ol public benefit.
The Idle Insuranco Policies will bu Issued
by tho Teutoulu Life Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, President.
JOHN VT. PEUESS, Ao'T.
ZMIt for miroHssil vlclnlsr.
ItKAI. ENTATK AOENC1 .
O. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (8KCOHD TLOOll) OHIO LXYKK,
OA I no, 1LLH
Uuv and Sxll Real Estate,
FURNISH AliSTRAOTS OF TITLE
And peepsre Conve;snoes ofKIods!
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
TOR THE PERMANENT CLUE OF
CHILLS AND FEVER, DUMB AGUE
OK ANY FORM Or INTEIMUT
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
There are no diseases to debilitating In
their effects upon the constitution rs the
above, and none more difficult to cure by
the usual mode or practice, The fever and
A pile Powders will effect a cure In cases of
Ihe lonpcst standing a well as prove a pre
ventive In the forming stages of the diseased
Ilelng purely loadable, they act with cer
ta.nty on the disease, totally eradicating it
Irom the system, mid prevent a return at
any future period.
Why wasto your money and health In try
Ing every medicine you hear of, when
Thompon's Fever and Ague Powders have
never tailed to cure the Chilis In any case.
REASON'S WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
Their reputation is established. Thou,
saints of testimonials lfve been received,
showing that these powders have performed
miracles In curing case of longstanding,
many of them considered hopeless.
There is no risk in taklugthem. They
contain nothing Injurious, and, therefore,
nono ol tho lingering diseases so often the
rcHilIt of the many nostrums of the day.
Physicians recommend them as superior to
nuinlnc or any other known remedy, lor
they leave the nctem In a healthy state, and
the patient beyond the probability of a re
lapic. JtEWARK OF COUNTERFEITS. The
genuine aro put up In souaro tin boxes, with
THOSlPijON'S FEVER AND AOUE POW
DKKS stamped on tho lid, and the signature
ot Thompson Ckawfoiih on the wrapper.
No others can possibly be genuine.
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HI.ANIC HOOKS of everv description done
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County work, such at Records, Docket,
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loliii (. llarman. Clin. Tluupp,
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It HE UMATIC
THE GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDY FOR
GIA, SPRAINS, ETC.,
good ron ir Ay on beast.
This liniment has earned for' Itself arcntt
tntlon unequalled In the history of external
application, jar j nousanui wno now sui
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soro throat, swellings, intlamatlonn, Irost
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One nibbing will In all cases git a Immedi
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On account of lis powerful penetrating
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edy Tor Hits most troublesome diseases to
wlitch horses and cattle nro liable. It cures
scratches, old and fresh cuts or sores, chafes
produced by the collar or saddles, Injuries
caused by naili or splints entering the llcsh
or hoofs, bruises sprain", bwceney, spavin
thrush, and all diseases which destroy tho
hoofs or bones or the fact.
tSTFull directions accompany each bot
tle. Tho above aro prepared only by
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And sold by storekeepers generally throng
out the country. 1-26 It d-c-w
PROSPECTUS FOR 1873. SIXTH YEAR
For Sale nt Wholesale or Hctail.
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sumed Its present noble proportions and rep
resentative character, tho edition was more
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America1! public appreclato a sincere cf
lort in the cause ol Art. Tho publishers,
anxious to Justify the ready confidence thus
demonstrated, havo exerted themselves to
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work ; und the plans lor the coming year,
as unlolded by tho monthly Issue, will as
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Tho Aldlne will roprodtico examples of
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view to the highest artistic success, and
irrealest general interest : avoiding such as
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or conies nfanv kind.
Tho quarterly tinted plates for 1S73, will
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child-sketches, appropriate to tho four sea
sons. Theso plates, appearing In the Issues
for January, April, July, and October,
PREMIUM UROMOS FOR 1ST3.
Kvcnr subscriber to tho Aldfno. who pay-
In advance for the year 1873, will receive,
without aili t onal eliarirc. a pair of beauti
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English painter, Tho pictures, entitled
"Tho Village Hello," and "Crossing tho
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ductors to keep the Aldlno out of the reach
ot competition -In o cry department, the
ehromos will bo found ahead ol any that
can bo offered by other periodicals. Every
subscriber will receive a certificate, over tho
signature of tho publishers, guaranteeing
that tho ehromos delivered shall be equal to
tho samples furnished the agent,
or the money will bo refunded.
The distribution or pictures or this grades
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niiirni. win initi'i; mi r-iincn in inu lusiorv oi
Art: and, considering tho unprecedented
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1110 juurvvi ions lime siiuii u. u imuatiu,
even to tho.o best acquainted with the
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THE LITERARY DEPARTMENT
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