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. OBBRLY, PROPRIETOR.
PRESBYTERIAN r.ifj Street.
Preaching, Sabbath nt 10 a.m. and 7) p.tn
Pravcrmi'ctlni:, Wednesday nt7i p. m.
sSibbath Kchool, .1 p.nu .J. M. Lansden, Su
pcrlnUiii.luiit. ItKV. II, TllAYKll, Pastor
METHODIST. Cor. Eighth and Walnut Sts.
Preaching, Sabbath nt 1UJ a.m., and 7 p. in
Prayer meeting, Wedrieday,7 p.m.
.Habkth School, 3. p.m. L. W. Htlliwcll,
ritipcrinUindeiit. ItKV. P. U. Thompson,
CHURCH OK TIIK RKDKEMEltEplsco
pal.) Slornin prayers. Sabbath 10 n.tn.
Evening prayer. 7Jp.m.
Sabbath School, H H.m. ,
ItKV. E. UoaW, Rector.
ST. PATRICK'S CIIUItCII-Ninth St. and
Public Kn'lrc, Sabbath 8:10 and 104
Vccpcri", 7 p.m.
f-nbbath School. 2 p.rn,
Smlie-vory day,H a.m.
I r. P.. I. O'llAM.OIUN, l'llctt.
T. .lOSKl'll'.S CHURCH. (Herman,) cor
vr ut Walnut nnd Cros r treeK
Jlu, every Sabbath nt 10 o'clock a. m.
""""VespcM, 2 p. m.
Muss during vvi-ek days, 8 o'clock a. tn.
ItKV. r. IIoi kmaN, l'rloit.
(i J.ltMAN U'THEtt.YNCHUltCli-KItb
Mrcct between Washington Avenue nnd
Preaching Sunday morning ;t 10 o clock.
Subbath chool ut 'J o'clock p.m.
ItKV. ItOll'T. 1IKI.UIO, Pustor.
VOUNO MISS'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION'. Regular meeting second Monday
I'acli inolitli ut their room over Rockwell
& Co' book More, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7 p.tn.at
1 lit room. ,
1,. W. Si HXWKt.f.. President.
f-KCOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH. Corner Svcatnorf! and rorty
llriit ftri'Ct-. Preaching Sabbath nt 11
o'clock n. in. and .' o'clock p. in.
Mituluy School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church Ik connected with the Illinois
Association, by lh: l'ir-t Ml-Ionary Bap
tist Church ol Cairo.
IIkv.Soi.omos I.r.oNAim, Pastor.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
S.-iShatfi School. 1) p.m.
CUsh meets at ,M p.m.
FKCOND FItEE WILL- BAPTLVP-Flf-Vecnth
Street., betw een Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath, 11 and U p. m.
ItKV. N. Kick.", Pastor.
FREE WILL llAl'TIST HOME MISSION
.A1M!AT1! SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbalh School, a.m. ,
FIIUT Fit EE WILL BAPTIST CUUItCH
Services, Sahbatli 11 a.m.. .1 p.m. A 7 p. m.
Itrv. WM. IvI'.LLKY. Pa-tor.
FIItST MISSIONARY llAl'TIST CIIUUCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St-.
Preaching Sabbath, 10 J a.m. and 74 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, Ij p.m. John anBaxter
aad Mary Stephens, Superintendent.
Ituv. T. J. Suohes, Pastor.
Si:C0NI) BAPTIST CIIUUCH Fourteenth
street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptl-t church recognized by tbe As
sociation. Servlcr, Sabbath, 11 a.m. .1 p.m. and . p.m.
ItKV. .lACOH IlltAHLKY, Elder.
OAUtO:COM.MANUEltY, No. 13.-8tatcd
Afkcnibly at the Acyluni Masonic Hall, Urt
aud third Moiuliiyn in each mouth. .
CAIItO COUNCIL, No.'Jl. Itct;ular Couvo
cation at .Masonic Hall, the tecond hriday
In each mouth.
CAlltO CUAlTEIt No. 71. Itcsrular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tueoday ol every mouth,
CAlltO l.OUOE, No. i)J F..t A. M. Iletru
lar Communication l Muwnlc Hall, the
kvciud and lourth Munda) of each mouth.
ALEXANUEIt lAJUOE, '-'if Meet- in Odd-Fellow-'
Hall, in Arter' bulldlnx, etry
Thurday evculuj; at S o'clock.
novcrnor Iticliard J. Oglcby.
I.leutcnaut-Oovernor -lohn 1.. Iscvcriugc.
Secrcun- of State Ucon,'e H. Harlow.
Auditor of Statc-C. E. l.ippincott.
State Treaiiiirer C.ier Uui.
Attornev Ocncr.il Jame K. hdall
Supt. 1'iibllc lnti-uction-Newton Hateman
Senator l.ymau Trumbull nnd John A.
rcentativc for the Statc-at-Largo S.
Heprccuuitlve Thirteenth DMrlct John
MEMBERS GENEKAI. ASSEJII1LY.
Itcpioentatives In tile Wjth diHct.
John H. Oberly, Win. A. I.eluma aud Math
cv J. Inscoro.
Senator for the DOth diitrlct. .le'eM arc.
Judge I). J. llaker, of Alexander.
MiiteN Attorney l'atrick II. Folic.
Clerk It. S. Yocum.
Shciitr A. II, Irvln.
Win. Martin Aiitcsior nnd Trcs-urer.
Judge F. lirow.
Associate .1. E. McCrito aud S. Marchll
uon. Clerk Jacob 0. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Uossman.
Mayor .lohn M. I,anden.
Treutircr It. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. llurnett.
Clerk Michael Howlcy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney I', II, Pope,
Pollco Miit'littratcd F, IIiosh and II. Shan
Chief of rollcc 1.. IT. MycM.
Mayor .Tohn M. Lntudcn.
Filt Ward P. O. Schuh.
Second Wnrd-C. It. Woodward.
Third A aril Juo. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staatu Tavlor.
Ctty-at-I.nri;o-AV. P. Halllday nnd I).
DOAItD OK AI.DERMKN.
First Ward -James Iteardcn, A,
Inn 1. Inaae Wnldcr.
Socond Ward It. II. Cunningham,
uPTt V. OWllLCij fining" jf tj im,
Third Ward-Wm. Stratton, J. 11. Fhlllis.
Fourth Ward-Jno. H. Itohlnsou, o. II.
ease. J. H. Mctcalf.
U. WAUDNEH, M. 1).
Olllce nnd Ilcslilence 111 Commercial nvo
nuo, (next door to the Athcneiim).
Dfl. B. 0. TABEK,
Will resume the practice o! lil profession
with especial reference to the electrlca
troatmentoi discanealn all tho uow nnd Im
proved methods of appllcatiort.
In nil caxcH of female complaint a lady
will be In attendance. . ,
Olllce, 123 Commercial avenue, up 8talr.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
TESIDKNOB-N. 21 Thuteenih trect, be.
AV tweoo Waihmitton avenue and Walnut lrtt.
Omce W'lOomniUx'l ilatenuit, up stairs.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
rKflirRNr!U nnrnnrNlnth and Walnut till.
XVOrtice oomor Blith trot and Ohio lareo.
umoo noura rromfl a.m. to ii m., ui p.ui
ALEX. IT. STEPHENS ELECTED
TESTIMONY ItEGARDINO THE
PACIFIC MAIL STEAM
FOlt A..JCEW IiIUItAHY.
NOMINATIONS SENT TO TIIK
HKNATE II Y TIIK PKK9IDF.NT.
stnto lawi, nnd in
of all precedent.
Mr. Banks took tbo floor and sail ho
couldn't but feci that the Judgment of tho
rommltteo wa sustained by facU,
Thii wai not tho caio agalnit Brook i or
Anici. It wn the cauie of tli pooplo for
whom bn (Rinki) pleaded. It wai the
causa of good vrovernmentHnd if It was to
l tecured by tbo acquittal of tbcia gen
tlemen, no one would be better pleated
vlth tba remit than hlmislf.
Mr. Butler then proceeded with hit de
fence of Arnci,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1873.
WOMAN AND FIVE CHIL-
DllEN HUNED TO DEATH.
Wakui.siitov, Feb. i!0.tho prosIJcnt
sorit tbo followiiig nomination! to tho ion
ale: PoUmaHern, Leonard Wilfon, Mur
thall, Mlnourl ; Davfd A. Itj-or., Kit Car
II. S. Smith, fieri: of tbc-houie commit
teo on claims, w.n before the coinmiiteo
on wy nnd ineam thii morning r.nd f
tilled as to information contained In n dii-
SCIIOONKn-MrnncrtnD ato aj
i ON IIOAP.U LOST.
TII I llTY THOl'BAND iklLLAIt KIKE
Nkw Youk, Feb. 20. Near Green
Point, Long IiUnd, tho ichooner Surf of
Trenton, New Jcfey, wont to pieces, on
tho Slit. All on board were drowned.
Four bodice recovered.
HUK.VEt! TO IlKATri.
UKAfitnfBO, Canuda, Feb. '20. Mn.
to lh! Dutton 'Advertiser,' layini; Taihor nnd (ivu children worn burned to
ho had no porional knowlodgo of money J death In thoir hotne last cvoninR.
Iclni; uiod by tho Pncillc .Mall .Stoam- , of Hro unknown.
iblp compiny to procuro lcgtilaliori, but
ho had been informed that a southern
member of congrcs hud ollcred, for $i0,
000, to Influcnco favorably, fourteen
votes in favor of tho subsidy; the infor
mation reached witnci through a conver
sation in tbo rooms of the committee on
claims, nt which soveral inornber? of con
grM were present.
ALK.V. II. STIVE KLKCTKIl.
Avat'HTA, Feb. '2a. Alex. II. Stevens
was olectoJ to congress from the Eighth
district. A small vote was polled, thero
being no opposition.
Tbc Joint committee on library this
morning agreed to rcccmmcnd tho appro
priation of two hundred thousand for com
mencing tho construction of u now library,
the building to bo erected on one of tho
suareft recently purchased for tho exten
sion of tbo capitol grounds.
It. S. BllIOHAM, M. V
Homeopathic PhyMclan and Surgeon. Of
Jlco 130 Commercial nvnnue. Itcaldence on
'lontlj street, thren doom west of C. It,
Washington, Fob. 2C In tho evening
seision bonator Edmunds offered n resolu
tion iniitructingthocommittoeon judiciary
to Inquiro wbother the Union Pacific rail
road company or any other company au
thorized to build a branch road to connect
with that road or atiy assignees of tho laid
company will bo entitled to Ir.nds or bonds
for any road which the company may
hereafter construct, and providing that till
said company shall report to tho executivn
oQIcorof the covcrnment they ure request
ed to isiuo no bonds, patents or cortitlcates
that may be claimed for the road till con
structed. Agreed to.
Sanator Hitchcock called up tho bill to
authorize the secretary of the interior to
survey and disposo of certain Indian lands
n Nebraska and Kansas for the benefit
of Indian'. Passed.
"WAsniKOTON", Feb. 20. Mr. Bingham
took tho floor and prefaced bis remarks by
taning that hn asked no excuso and ten
dered no npoiogy for entering into tho
discussion. It was easy for any man to
undertake to silonco tho voico of a repre
sentative ot a free peoplo by making false
nnd malicious accusations against him.
Tho men who undertook that task
had mistaken altogether tho temper ef tho
man with whom they dealt. Tho press
of tho country has dishonored their great
station beforo tho American people,
in undertaking by their clamor
to dlclnto to representatives of
tho people how they should
discharge tho duty enjoined on them by
obligating their oath. lie would say to
theso gentlemen who had undertaken to
control tho action ortno house undor pro
tenso, ho supposed, that they wero ward
ens of public intorest, and that they wero
tho kcupors of tho consciences of repre
sentatives of freo people Ho asked no
favors from such men. Ho didn't live by
tho breath of tbeir mouths. Tho repre
sentatives wore, thank God, ns
froa undor the spirit ot tho
constitution ns tho pross, and know
Just as well bow to discharge their duty.
Passing on to the quostlon of tho power of
the house to expel a membor for nets done
boforo bis election, bo said, that old as tho
Credit Mobiller might be, its guilt was
covered with adark oclipso, in tho prcsonce
of tho assumption made horo that any
houso of representatives might usurp
power to atop tho peoplo of thut right to
represent this floor In accordance with
tho expressed lottor, as will as tho spirit,
of their own constitution fcnd law. JJo
joined issue with Mobillor, which bo would
havo undentand that ho Intorposod the
laws of his country, not so much in bo-
half of any single man accusod, as in bo
half of tbo rights of a freo pooplo, thus
nttomptod to bo betrayed and overruled
by two-tblrds of tho homo in exercise of
what they were pleased to call the power
ot puriuoauon. xuoy had better begin
with tboso who wore so pure that tboy
proposed that their neighbors
should be condemned for violation of their
oath, in violation ot tbe constitution and
Chicago, Feb. 20. A lire at a Into hour
last night, corner ol Duplaities and Canal
street", destroyed the pnpor bos manufac
tory, owned by IJarctt St Co., and tho
stores of Lawenthal & Co., junk dealers;
and 3. S. Hch rater, liquor denier; also
damaged the sash nnd blind factory of
II. II. "Williams & Co. Loss S.10,000.
MABCIIINQ ON' MADRID.
London-, Feb. 2C It is rumored that
Gen. Xlibalo, carlist leader, is marching on
Madrid. Four battalions of foreign mon
of wararo crusing off tho .Spanish coasts
to protect subjects of their government.
Italy, Austria, and a majority of tbo
European powers maintain tbe same offic
ial relations with Spain.
Pending tho formation of a regular
government, Itussia is not disposed to re
cognize the present government.
Va3HIN0T0.v, Feb. 20. Probabilities
Tbe nrea lowest barometer will continuo
mivlng northeastward on Thursday,
northwest winds, cln.tr and clearing
wcathor, much lower temperature will
prevail throughout tho Mississippi valley,
and In 'Western Gulf states easterly winds
and rain continue. In tho South Atlan
tic states veering to the south and west
southwest winds and threatening weather
provnll. In tho Middle Atlantic coast
easterly winds and threatening weather.
In Now England threatening weather and
rain and snow continuo during Thursday
morning over lake region cxcjpt possibly
Southern Lake Michigan, where high
westerly winds prevail.
Rise and Fall ol the Hiver
For 21 hours ending 3 p. in., Feb. 20, 1S73.
stations. water. ltle. Fall.
Davenport 1 I! 1
Cairo 42 7 2
St. Louis U 1 n
l'ittkburg ; is s
Cincinnati ::t ii .1 a
LouNvillo 12 n 11
Memphi ,12 7 !l
Vlckhburg :sil 10 10
Shrevcport lu 4
Na-hvlllo 2S 2 .1 0
New Orleans (1 ll i
DAVID w. haiini:tt.
observer Big. .sr. U. S. A.
New Orleans, Fob. 20. if o arrivals.
Departed, Itobt. Mitchol, Thompson Dean,
Oincinnati; .1. II. Johnson, St. Louis; It.
K. Loe, Cairo; Utah, Arkansas river.
Weather clear and warm.
St. Louih, Feb. 2C- Arrived: Wolff
from Kod river. Departed: MarblnU.ty
and Clinton from MomphU; Bismarck and
Korsytho for Now Orleans, llivor fall
ing. Heavy rain this morning; mild dur
ing during day; cold to-night and freezing
hard with hlghwind.
Cincinnati, Fob. 27. Thero is 32 feci
In tho channel, and falling. Departed:
Emma and Orayhound, Pittsburg; Char
mer, Evansvillo; llonry Probasco and
Armadillo, Arkansas rivor; Minnoola and
II S Turnoo, Now Orleans; Warner and
barges, St. Louis. The Prod Wilson ar
rived from Pittsburg with a tow of coal'
Nasuvili., Feb. 20. Heavy rain last
night and showery to-day; to-night, par
tially clear. Iliver falling, 14 fuot on
llarpoth shoals, Arrived: Tyrono from
Cairo, Departed: John S Bransford
for upper Cumberland.
Pirr8iiUHO,Fed. 20. Mongahola falling
slowly with scant 6 feet 7 inches. Mer
cury 35 at t p. in. No arrivals or depar
tures, excopt slack water packets. The
Brill is reciiTing lor nasnviuc; Carrie
Brooks will depart for Wheeling, Friday.
It if reported that coal boat In tow of
tbe Stella is aground at Babb's island,
Louisville, Feb, 20. Klver fell 12
foet 0 inches. Light rain slnco 10 a.m.
Business light, on account of tbo weather.
Arrived: Haven and barges. Plttsburi;;
Arlington, Memphis, Departed: Em
peror and Raven, St. Louli; Arlington,
Cincinnati. Tow boats arrived: Blacka
more, Geo. Leslie, Sampson, llorcules and
Memphis, Fob, 25. Wcathor clear and
warm. Itivcr rising slowly. Arrived:
Anna, Arkansns river. Departed: Colo
rado, City of Qulncy, Lady Le, Emma
C. Klllntt, SI. Louis ; Durfeo, ltcd river;
John Kllgour, New Orleans j Andy Baurr,
Cincinnati; Pink Varble, Clarksvllle,
Arkansas river. .Inn. I). Adams nur.
chased steamer for Arkansas river trmla.
Et. LoUIs. Fab. 26. Flour m.!n( T
$5 7SU 25; XXX $7 608 2C; family
and lanoy ?j 6o10. Wheat, spring
more active; No 2 jt 20; soft St 33S! 34;
No 2 red fall $1 yol 03. Corn "mote
acttve, :ir,c: No 2 wnlto mlud ne'Jc
Oats dull, 27J28c. Barley dull and un
changed; No2.pnng70(7i)76c; choice 85(7?)
00c. Kye dull. Pork ilrm. S13 irszuX.
D S meats stiff: loose ihouldara A ,..!! it
Ojc; U 8 "q bacon Arm; shoulders C H8c:
sldos 8c; jobbing and order lot hams 12)
13JC. Lard firm .7o ofefed. CofleS
for prime to choice. Whiskey dull fcsjQ
80e. Hogs ?! 25(7i)4 8.; mutly 1 oof?.
Chicago, Fob- 20. Flour unchanged;
fair, choice, spring f 0 fiOfn)" 7f. Wheat
opened firm, closed dull,weak ; No 2
spring$l 1S11 19; spot 1 19J March.
Corn quiet unchanged ; No 2 mixed 80c;
cash !U531i April. Oats; No 2 25Jc.
Kye quiet; No2C3jo. Barley quiet; No
2 fall 70c; fall 70(71 ; No 3 .'.8fc,0Hc ac
cording to locution. I'ork in fair demand
$1.1 0C1!) 05 cuh; $1P. 10(713 V, April.
Lard easier 57 Ol) cash.
New Voki;, Fb. 20. Flour more ac
tive, super western, S0(flG 70; common to
good, $7 60; gooo to ohoico 8 00 to 8 23;
white wheat, X 8 .010 CO. Whisky
tower, at 0l01. Wheat dull, heavy
Iowa, spring, 1 h); choice northwestern
afloat, 1 04; pritnt amber, western, 1 03,
Ityo dull, at 90f7?,9ic. Barley quiet. Corn
lo'wer, now mixed,05lc; oldC3i; new yel
low wcslorn, 0IJlg,G5c. Oats
dull, and a shade lower, new
western mixed GtMJc. CoQee strong;
rio 17 jo. Sugar active, 8J8Jc. Mo
lajscs firmer. Pork firm; now mes $16
15 12:; prtmeJU 12. Beef unchanged;
cut meats quiet; buns 11 Jc; shoulders 7c;
middles steady; L C 79-137"c; S C
ic. Lard firm; wistern steam 81-lCc.
Mr.Mriiif., Feb. 10. Cotton quiet; good
ordinary 17 Jc; lowmiddlingl8;c; receipts
1,017; shlptmcnt 1,330, stock 33,000. Flour
dull and nominal. Corn meal active
$315. Corn in falrdemand and higcr 55c.
Oats quiet 4b50c Hay, sales at $30.
New Orleans, Feb. 20. Flour, choice
scarce; others plenty; koublo$7 20; XXX
$8 23(3,8 00; family $9 80ll 25. Corn
firmer; white 03c; yellow 07(o;C8c' Oats
easier. Bran $1 23. Hay better demand;
prime $25; choice $29(7iyiO. Pork 14
16c; D S 07Jfaj7c. llacon firmer 7Q,8
f,8'q hams 12j(,12c. Lard dull; ticrco
6c; keg 9(o,9"e. Sugar dull; inforlor Cc;
common 77Jc; fair to fully fair 7J83;
prime !c. Molasses, prime fermenting,
oi)c; prime not fermenting, r.5c whisky
9195c. Coffee lf(7?;20e. Sterling
; go:a is.
siiht I premium: coTd 15. Cotton, cood
ordinary. lif; low middling 184c; mid
A SPANISH CORNELIA.
"From the Courier-Journal. 1
A shining illustration of woman's
power nnd influence in tho domestic circle
curuo to us in u recent sketch of tho bril
liant Spanish orator and minister of
foreign atl'alrs in tho new republic, Senor
Emllio Castelar. The death ot his father
left him at tbe age of seven with no pro
tector except his mother, Donna Maria
Antonia, and her sister, both women of
superior talents and culture, and noted
fur their goodness aud dumeslic virtues.
These ladies seem to have been endowed
with a largo portion of tho spirit which
inspired Mary, mother of Washington, to
the training of her illustrious son, which
prompted Cornelia, the mother of Gracchi,
to regard the sons whom she had educated
as her most precious jewels. Castelar's
father had ono of tho finest libraries in
Cadiz, and, being a devoted student him
self, intended to train his son for a literary
and scientific life, but his death loft bis
wifo and children almost without re
sources. His widow, a woman in tho
bloom of youth, determined to carry out
tho plan of her husband, aud, making bur
home with her sister, took upon hur
self tbo instruction of her son. She
superintended his studio?, and road with
him for hours togethor, so that
his iovo lor books becamo a passion,
which ho would gratify oven while passing
through tho strootn. With a preparation
so carefully and thoroughly made, and hal
lowed at every step by a watchful mother's
blessing, Casteluar' success was assured.
In tho revolution of 1851 he made bis
first nppearnnco as an orator, at tho ago
of twenty-two, and took tho hoarts of tho
Spaniards by storm. He at onco appre
ciated tho powor of journalism and often
contributed to the press. As ft leader of
Spanish republicanism his famn is now ns
wido as christondnm. Tho valuo of the
teachings givon him by that quiot, reso
lute, hlgh-souled woman, Mr
rla Antonia, can not bo over-cstimatod.
In ull probability they havo made him
what ho is. If history shall enroll her
son ns one of tho leading agents in the
delivernnco nnd elovnlion of Spain, her
oxamplo will stand out as n noblo nnd
beautiful illustration of fidelity in tho
snborn whnro Provldenen denigned that
the power and worth of woman should bo
exerted the sphore of homo education
nnd Inlluoncc, which none can 1111 savo
herself, and in which she stands without a
HOME TJnBl !
J. C. HUELS,
Lalo of St. Louis.
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BLANK HOOKS of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kind ol
ruling doue at short notice. Bibles, Music.
Magazines aud l'eriodlcals bound neat aud
at tho lowest possible rates. . n ,
County work, audi as llecords, Pockets,
Fee Books, Blaukt, etc., mado a ipeclallly
lloxei. PoKkat Books. Envelopes, etc..
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This German I.lfo lnsuraiice Comp.inv
(,'uaranteps not only Paid-up Policies but
also a Value lu Cash on the Non-forfolturo
JOHN A. nUOK, - - - Presidont
0. KNOBELSDOBF, - - - Hecrotary
JOHN AV. PIMIKSS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
Association Tor promoting Life Insurance
aud Hick ltcllcf by weekly dura and mutual
co-operation In objects ol public benclit.
Tbo I.lle Insurance Policies will be issued
by tbo Tcutoula Life Insurance Company.
II. MEYERS, Presidont.
.1011 N AV. PIU7ES3, Ao't.
IWlr fnrrlroand Tlrlnlty.
RtUI. ENTATK AGKNC1.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND TLOOB) OHIO I.EVKE,
Bur and StLL Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Anl pee-are Conrejaooe ofKloiW!
John Q. llarmaii. Chas. Thnipp.
JOHN Q. IIAHMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
North Cor, 6tts at. stssd hla Levee.
AbstracU of Title, ConveyaBclngmsde a
specialty. Real BsUto boujhtaud told,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mllea the Hhnrirat Ilonlo
KlKhtr Mllea the Shot-teat Kont
TO ST. LOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIP.0 TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
, OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, i. Iianepolle, Toledo,
peuoll, ClefMnn.l, Nl.gsra Fall
Baltimore, Pblliuierpbla, New York.
Boston and all points oant.
IXAUueMf .l.ne,,lle, Uadleon,
This lo alfo the onlj direct rmilo to
Decatur, llloomlnlon, Nnnnxeld,
Peoria, Qulncr, Keokuk,
Burlington, Rock IeUn.1, M Halle,
Mecdota, Dlioc, Kreeporl,
Uolena, Dubuque, floui ullr,
Omsha and all points northwe-t,
Ele?nnt Drawing Room Sleeping Ca
On all Night Trains.
HIKKe Checked to all Important points.
Vor ticket! and information, apply to 1. 0, It. It
depnt nt airo; on board trio trsn.it steamer be
tweeu Columbus and Cairo, and at tne prlncipit
rallroallloket offices throughout thn soutli.
W. P. JOHNsON, Qen'l Pass. Ak'I, Chlc0.
A. Mitciicll, Gen'l. Hup'l. Chlcsgo.
J. JOHNSON. Ag't. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. It.
On and after Monday, April 24tb, 1972
trains will run ns follows:
Terns notm octnr.ir.
Leare Vlrslma. C:0 a. m ltUp.rn.
."prlngtleld 9:0 aiuu '
,' Tajlorvlile Hits " 5. '
Armeat Pana. 11,48 A. 17 "
TBAINS 001.1(1 MnKTHWIST.
I.esr Pans 4.isi a. ni J..U . m
" Talorllle 4.40 " 4.B "
ArrlToatSprinKfiu!d...e.n ' .....C.ix "
l,eTe Hrinfleld . " 0 in "
Arntent VhKinia s.5 " 4.IA '
TftAtNS G01N9 SeCTMIieT,
Lease Rlirwooil 5.3.)a. m.. ...10.10 p.tr
" Klor...... 8,6 11.40 '
Arrive at Hhawnret'n .M " & 16
MA I.N 4'UONN Nl'UEET,
CAltMI, - ILLINOIS.
(lond stabling connected with the houe,
nuil Kimple room for commercial traveler.
Free omnibus tn and from nil trains.
2-5 Omd. .1. M. DAMRON, Proprietor.
On Commercial avenue, between Tsvellt
and Thirteenth strocts.
GUESTS AVII.I.FINI) GOOD ROOMS AM)
TIIK VKIIV BEST OF BEDS
.A.T 07I3CIS HOUSE:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
Miss. Ef.t.KX McCAitTiir, Propr.
liKO, P. PAY, Prorlptor.
AVal.'li kept day and nljiht for boats and
TERMS TWO DOLLARS I'KIt DA V.
Ohio Let ce, corner of Sixth street,
2-1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS
ST. JAMKS I10TKL,
Norlhenst Corner I'tiliHc .Squan-,
A. CARtlTII ..Proprietor.
This houso has recently been repaired and
ItimUbcd newly throughout. It is conveni
ent to tho husiiifru houses and tho cotirt
liouse. (loud naiui ila rooms
WIN MS AND I.1UUUHN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
IISMttltSIIIISHMI IIMSflM ! tl
Also, keep oonstantljr on hand a most com
plate stock of
iOOTCn AHD HUBO WHISKIES
a i n a,
Port, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba AVlns
RDUYTn A CO. eell excluslsely for cash, to
, which fact ther Intite the especial alien,
tiou ef close harealn bujers.
F. M. STOOKF-LETII,
avecusoa ronLx a stocartsru
Heetlfyer srnd Wholesusle Detkle 1st
rorelipa ud lloaesUo
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Onio Ltvci,
HE keeps on band oonstanilj
Old Kentucky Bourbon, Kye
aela Whiskies, Frenob Braa.Ues,
II ol n
AiVUOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINES AND LIQUORS
Commernlal Ave., Cor, lith St.
Always on band a supply of Scotch Ale,
London Porter, Bremen Beer, Chartreuse,
Amltett, Maraseclno nnd Uennessy Brandy.
Ale, Porter aud. 'alt nnd nlf to be found on
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
PROSPECTUS FOR 1873.-SIXTH TEAR
An illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
admitted to bo the Handsomest Period
ical In the orld. A Represent t
live and Champion of Amer
Not for Hale 1st Rook r Mews Stores
Mtwitlmtatidlngtbc Increase lu the price
of subscription last fall, when the Aldine as
sumed Its present noble proportions nod rep
rescntntlvu character, the edition was more
than double the past year; proving that the
America1! public apprcctatu a sincere ef
lort In tho cause of Art. Tho publishers,
anxious to Justify tlio ready confidence thus
demoiiHtratod, havo pxerted themselves to
tho utmost to develop and Improve the
work ; and the plans for the coinln? year,
as tinlolded by the monthly Issues, will as
tonish aud dcuht even the most sonintlnc
Irlonds ol the Aldiuc.
vtHl" iA1'!!!!? ,v'"l r'Proilure exatnplen m
MC H. tilt, . .t.l ,!,!,
greatest Kclicral interest ; nvnldltiK "Uc'n as
have buromu fainillar, tlirotirll ihotogniph,
or copies of any kind.
Tho quarterly tinted plates for 1ST3, will
reproduce four of John S. Davis' inimitable
child-sketches, apprcprUte to the four sea
sons. These plates, appearing In tho Issues
for Januarv, April, .luly, and October,
would be alone worth tbe prion of :i yrar'a
PREMIUM ClIltOMOS FOR 187.1.
Every nubscrlbcr to the Aldine, who pay
in advanco for the year 187S, will recelvo,
without additional charge, a pair of beauti
ful oil chromos, after J. ,f. Hill, the eminent
English painter. Tho pictures, cntiO-''
"Tho A'llIaL'e Belle," and "Crossing thn
Jloor," nro 14x20 Inches are printed from
'a different plates, requiring 2 imprcsslon-i
and tints to perfect each picture. The eamc
chromos are nld lor ao per pair, in the art
i-tores. As It is the detcrmluatlou of Its con
ductors tw keep the Aldine out of the reach
ot competition In every department, thn
chromoa will be found ahead ol any thai
cau be offered by other periodicals. Every
subscriber will rercUe a certificate, over tb
signature of thn imbllshcr, L'tiaranteeluR
that the chromos delivered shall be equal to
the samples furnished the agent,
or tho money will be refunded.
The distribution of pictures of this gradex
freo to the subscrlbon to a live dollar peri
odical, will mark an epoch In the history of
Art; and, considering tbc unprecedented
cheapness of tho mice for l lio Aldine lUcll,
the marvel tails littlo short or a mlrlaclo,
even to thoeo best acquainted with the
achievement or inventive genius anu im
prove. I mechanical appliances. (For illus
trations of theso chromos, sco November !
sue of the Aldine.)
THE LITERARY DEPARTMENT
will continue under tho caro of Mr. Richard
Henry Stoddanl, assisted by tbo best writers
aud poets ol tho day, who will strive to have
the literature of the Aldine always, in keep
ing with Its artistic attractions.
." per anuiu, in advance, with Oil Cbro
The Aldlue will, hcre ifter, be obtainable
only by subscription. Thero will bo no re
duced or club rate ; cash for subscriptions
must be sent to tbe publishers direct, or kan
ded to tbe local aent without reaponslblllty.
of the publishers, except In cases where the
certificate is nlven. hearing tho fac-slmile
Ignaturc of James Sutton & Co.
Any person wishing to act permanently an
a local agent, will receive full and prompt In
formation by applying to
JAMES SUTTONACO., Publisher.,
tVj Maden Laue New York
HOYAL MAIL STEAMERS.
t'AItllYING TIIK BRITISH HAILS
Steam Scml-Wcckly Between
NKW YORK AND L1VEUPOOL
l'as-ciis;crs booked to London, Olagow,
Londonderry, Cardiff, Bristol, and Franco.
Germany, wcden, Norway ami Denmark
Ami From tho above named places to all tho
principal Railway Stations lu the United
.States on Through tickets.
An i:prrlenre4 Sturgeon la AltarJtesI
to carta Nlcatner.
The attention ofpersomt i)ilnc to eind
to tlio Old Country for their friends. Is called
lo tho great facilities offered by tills cele
brated Line of Occ.ui Steamship, which has
been In successful operation since 1031, and
numbers in Its fleet some ol the largest, as
well us the fastest steamers afloat.
F.V DIIOM'X. Uets'lMrat. AKt,
Market St., Chlcag).
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
LOCAL AUEST8, CAIRO.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LA"W,
William II. (Ireen, 1
William 11 Oiltwrt, Y CAIRO, ILMMOld,
Mllea F.OIlWert, J
awflpeoia. attention Kivsn t Admiralty anJ
omo onio lxtxc,boomb T ahs cvu
OITT NATIONAL BANK.
David T. I.lncg'ir. John. M. LaiiHten.
J.IXEGAR & LANSPEX,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
0 fil co on Seventh street, Winter's block
old olllcn of Lluegar, Mtlun Si Pope. 2-21-ltu
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
I.ABOK1T VAaJITT MOCIC IN TBI OITT
GOODS 80LD VERY 0LO8K.
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