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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TUESDAY. MARCH il, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER' OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Preaching, HabbatUat 101 a.m. and 71 p.m
rray-cr meeting, vcunciay nt ,j p. m.
-;ilfmlh School. 3 11. m. .1. M. I.nnmlen. Hu
pcrlntcndcnt. Hkv. II. Tiiaykii, Pastor
MKTIIODIHT. Cor. Eighth unit Walnut Sts
I'roachlnL'. Sabbath nt 101 a.m.. ami 7 n. m
I'raycr meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. ,1. ti.m. I,. W. Htlllwcll.
Superintendent. Rkv. K. I.. Tiiomfhon, GREAT
CHURCH OV THE HEDEEMKIMEP'"0
tnrnln:r nrnven. Habbith 101 a.m.
Knliltf.tli C..1inil (I n.tti.
ItKV. K. Coan, Hector.
6T. PATRICK'S CI1UKC11 Ninth Ht. aud
Public service, .Sabbath 8:10 and 101 a.m.
vMicry, 7 p.m.
HOW THE CITIZENS DEAL
WITH CORRUPT LVAU
Hen Ice every day, 8 a.m.
, J. O'llALt.OltA.V, I'licnt,
T. .IOHRl'11'S CHUKCII.-JOerinaii,) cor-
neroi wriimtnnin;ron street.
.Maw, ctery Habbath at 10 o'clock a. in
Veipern, 1! p. in.
la ritiritiL' week dav. ft o'clock n. 111.
llKV. O. IIOKKMA.N, Prion
trect between Washington Atuuuo and
l'rcachlnc Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
Salib.Uh hcliool at '1 o'clock p.m.
ItKV. ItoIl'T. llKMUU, Pastor
YOUNfl IIKS'S CIIIMHTIAN ASSoOIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
I'ach montli ut tbelr room over Rockwell
A- Co' book store. Commercial avenue.
Weekly I'raycr meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
L. W. Stillwkll. President.
SECOND MISSIONARY IIAPTIST
EX-d'OV. i Y AT KB RECEIVES
VIKWS.OP CgiLLECTOR 'OASKTOX
KW UKLKANS AFFAIRS.
LIBERAL DEMOCRATIC GAINS IN
CHURCH. Corner Sycamore and Kurt,
llrtt NtreCtH. Preaching Salilnith at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock n. m.
Tlio church li connected with the Illinois
AuMiclatioii, by the Hrrt jHsMonury l!ai
till uiurcn oi uairo.
Hkv. Solomon I.no.VAitt), Pastor.
AFRICAN MJTrilODIST.-Kourteontb, be
.1.'.... ll'-l.... -...I
Service, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
8a)baUi School, 1) p.m.
C'las meet at a p.m.
(SECOND FUEE WILL JIAPT1ST Klf
t tenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
service, baunatii, l) ami a p. m.
Rbv. .V. ltlCKd, I'aitor.
FHEE WII.I, HAITI ST HOME MISSION
SAIIIIATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School. U a.m.
FIRST FJIEE WILL HAl'TIST C11UUCH
service, sannaui ll a.m., a p.m. & 71 p. in.
Hev. Wm. JvKLLEV, l'astor.
FIHST MISSIONAltY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Moth and Tenth bU.
Preaching Sabbath, 101 a,in. aud 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wcduciday evening.
Prcachluir. Friday evculnir.
Sabbath School. H p.m. John Vanllaxtcr
and Mary Stephen. Superintendents.
ItKV. T. J. SIIOHK8, Puator.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH-Kourteeuth
1... ....,.. an. I U'n nllf Tin.
uiivvti ubinivu vcuat aim 11 u..um auu
only Baptist church recognized by the As-
Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
UFV. JACOB llllAIJLtV, uuer.
CAlItO COMMANUEUY, No. 13. SUtud
At-cmblv at the Anvluiu Masonic Hall, llrnt
and third Mondays in each month.
CAJHO COUNCIL, No. St. Regular Convo-
cation at Jiaionic liau, me tcconu rnuay
ln each month.
CAUtO CHAITEII No. 71. Kceular Con
vocation ul jiaaouic iiau, on me miru
Tuc.dav ot every montli.
A A. M. Itcgu-
lar Communications ut Masonic Hall, the
tecond aud lourtli Mondays or each month.
ALEX-VNUEU LOUUE, i!Ja Mceti ill Odd-
Fellow' Hall, In Arter's bulldlug, cu-ry
Tuunuay eveuins ai a o ciock.
finvemnr lllebard J. Oflobv.
Lleuteuant-Ooveruor .John L. llevorldge.
Secretary or stale ucorgo ll. tiariow.
AuJitorof State C. K. Llpplucott.
State Treasurer Caper Uiitz.
Attorney Oeneral .lames K. hid sail
Sujit. Public Instruction Newton llatemau
Senators Lyman Trumbull and John A.
Ucprckontatlvo for the Stato-at-Largo S.
Heprcsentatlve Thirteenth DUtrlct .lohn
M. ere us.
MEMBERS OENEltAL ASSEMBLY.
HcprcsentathcB In tho 60th dbtrlct.
John 11. Obcrly, Win. A. Lemma and Math
cw J. Infcore.
Senator for tho &0tU district. Jesse Ware.
.ludge I). J. Baker, of Alexander.
Stute'it Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk R. S. Yocum.
ShcrKT A. H. In ln.
Win. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Brofcs.
Associates J, E. McCrlte and 8. Marchll-
Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Qostman.
Mayor John M. Lnnsden.
Treaiurer R. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Howley,
.Marshal Audrow Cain.
Attornoy P. H. Pope.
Police Magistrates l Brosii and B. Shan
Cider of Police L. H. Myers.
Mayor John M. Laiisdcu,
First Ward-P. G. Sclmh.
.Second Ward C. R. AYoodward.
Third Ward-lno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. StaaU Taylor.
Clty-at-Largc W. r. uaiiiilay nd U.
BOAItU OF At-PKUMKN.
First Ward -James Rcardcn, A. II, gaf.
lord, Isaac Waldcr.
Second Wurd-R. H. Cunningham, E. Hu
dcr, Q. Stanccl, James Swayno.
Third Ward-Wm. Stratton, J. B. Phlllis.
Fourth Ward-Jno. H. Robinson, O. II,
case, J. II. Metcalf.
Waciiinotok, JInrch 10. Tho nrcai-
dent appointed ex-Governor Yntej nt
Illlnos, coinminloricr to look aftor tho
intcrcits of tho Unltod States fn connec
tion with tho land grants to tho Northorn
Pacific, nnd Texas Pacific railroudf, and
toico that tin: railroads comply with tho
law. Yates was an applicant for tho
Mexican or Spanish mission.
Tho president's brother-in-law, Casoy,
collector of Now Orleans, is here, nnd
thinks tho Kollogg party U afraid to ac
cept tho torms offered by tho FuiioniiU in
Now Orloani, which are, In effect, that
Kollogg shall bo governor with n Fusion-
1st lieutenant governor, and un equal dis
tribution oi ull tho other oUkrn. Tho
Kellogg folks think tlio Fusioniits would
then olct Kellogg to tbo senate and con
trol ths wholo stato government.
A COAT Of TAB.
Tokon'to, March 10. A special from
Ft, Garry, Manitoba, says Immcnso ex
citement provails in AVinnepcg owing to
tho fact that it was sought to pos a bill
through tho legislaturo which would havo
let tlio Hudson Bay compuny and other
landed proprietors off without payment of
taxet. An indignation meeting was held
and a committee appointed to plead to tho j
bar of tho houso, whither thoy wero fol
lowed by four hundred pooplo. Tho bill
was ultimately thrown out on technical!
ties by tho ruling nf tho speakor. Ho was
decoyed from his houso at midnight and
hdmluiitcred a coat of tar. Tho govern
mont oQered a rowarl for tlio conviction
of tho perpetrator, nnd fearing further
breaches of tho peace, n military guard
was placed over tho parliament houso.
Auiany, '. Y. March 10. Thu 'Ar
gus' will publiih n tablo to-morrow show
ing that of 37 counties holding town
meetings, tho Democrats and Liberals huvo
carried 20, against 5 last year, making
net gain to their sido of 83 towns.
ruption was common and froo in Topcka.
Caldwell said ha had prepared a statement
which (his voico being affected by a cold),
ho desirod should bo rend at tho secretary's
desk. Tho tocrotary then read tho state
merit, which was in tho nnturo of a legal
nrgumont. Tlioro was no protonco that his
credentials did not ipoalc tho truth
It was an abioluto fact that a majority of
tho Kansas legislature did voto for him,
whllo tlioro was no proof that tiiera was
any restraint in tho promiiK Tho elec
tion of senator is nn ru:t of tho stato in
its soverii;n capacity, with which tho sen
ate cannot interfero. Numorous prece
dents aro quoted in support of
this proposition. Thu constitution mokes
tho sonnta solo judgo of thaialillcatlons
nnd returns of its own members, but it
must bo govtrnod by written law. Cald
well insists that tlio senate must be gov
erned by law existing nt tbo titno of tho
election, licforo tbo reading was com
pleted on motion cf Senator Cameron tho
sonalo went into oxecution session, nnd
RAILROAD SURVEYING IX
TRIP OF TWO HUNDRED AND
EIGHTY .MILES IN SNOW
DESTRUCTIVE STORM IN "WEST
U. WARDNER, M. 1).
Ollico amf Rcfcldeuco 111 Commercial avo
mic, (next door to tho Athoucuin),
DB. B. 0. TABER,
Will rcsumo tho practice ot his profession
with especial reference to tho olectriea
treatment ol diseases In all tho new anil lin-
hi all cabei of icmulo complalnta a lady Hod only by liia moans of enrruntion.
uH 1 1 lin Itn itiAndnnpii. I 'Pha uainA l i ... .
Wahm-voton, March 10. Tho com
mlttco on elections was dirocted to nxum
ino and report at tho noxt session tho best
method of electing president and vico
prcsidont of tho United States, togotber
with n tribunal to dotcrminq nil contested
questions connected tborowith, and that
tho committco lmvo leavo to sit durinir
tho recoes of tho sonato.
Morrill of Maine, olio rod a resolution
that witncssos summoned to Investigation
by tho sonato bo paid four dollars por day
whilo in attendance, and flvo cents por
milo each way for tho distanco actually
travelled. Laid ovor.
Tho sonato at ton minutes past R! went
into cxccutivo session. When tho doors
wcro again oponod, tho sonato proccodod
to tbo consideration of tho resolution re
ported by tbo committee on elections that
Alexandor Caldwoll was not duly and lo-
galy elected to tho sonato by tbo Kansas
At tho requost of Sonator Morton tho
report of tho caso was read.
Sonator Morton spoko on tho Caldwoll
report, saying Caldwell's was tho most
flagrant caso of bribory in American poll-
Senator Morton aftor preliminary re
marks, nlludod to tho general denial of
Caldwell', that ho lind bribed nny mem
ber of tha'Knusas legislaluro to voto for
him, and then prococdod to nrguo that tho
chargo that Caldwoll was olectod by uso
cf monoy was sustained by tlio
testimony. Ho quoted parliamentary
law to show that bribory is
not only an infringement of parliatnont
nry privtlogo, but when n elnglo olection
is provuntcd for exorcising his riclit by
external vlolonco. tho election Is void
without roferonco to tlio numlor of votes.
This is indesponslblu to tho froedom of
oloctions. Tho man who would purchase
ono voto would purchaso nil. Ills cor
rupt iniiuonco would bo lhn
OUlco, 128 Commorclsl avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. D.
I ESIDENOK No. 31 TbirUemh strut, !
XV 'ea WaahiDKlon avenue and Walnut strtet.
Ollico 113 OommurcUUvenus, up stairs.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OESIUKNOE-cornfrNlntli and Walnut ts,
XVOmee oornor blxth street and Ohio Uree.
Grace hours from a.m. to la m., and 9 p.m
It. H. BRIGHAM, M. V.,
Homeopathlo Phyilciau and Surgeon. Of
fice 180 Commercial avenuo. Besldence on
Tentn street, turoo doors west of C. It.
protoct itsolf ngalnst criminals, although
tho logWaturo oloctlnR Im miglit bo in
I difl'oront on tho subject. Tho power to ex
po! n mousber was nccossary to onablo tho
house to perform its high functions, and
was nocded for tho protection of the state.
In further argumont Mr. Morton said this
wns the most flagrant caso of bribery
in English or Amorican politics, and
tbeu examined testimony in tbo caso to
show that such was the fact, and that just
bofere Caldwell's election tho talk of cor-
THE CANADA TACirlC.
Milwaukee, March 10. Thn St. Paul
Pioneer of yesterday, 6ays: "John P.
llobson, with a party of 29 persons, who
lmvo bean engaged in
Tbo lino of the Canada Paclflc railroad
frtm Nipegoto Fort Garry, arrived in
this city last evening. Tho party walked
from Nipogo lo Duluth, a diitanco
of 'J80 miles. They wero accompanied by
soma 10 or 10 Indian guides, their bag
gngo bolng convoyed by dog trains, and
mado tho journey on snow shoes. Mr.
Robson says sinco Juno last when tho
expedition started out, thoy havo surveyed
and located 1.0 mile of road. Tho dis
tance by tbo turvoyed lino botwoen Nipo
go and Fort Garry, is an excellent lino.
Cincinnati, March 10. A special from
Chllllcotbe,Oblo, to-night, says tho storm
yostorday blow down barnf, sheds nnd
fence extensively nil ovor Ross county.
nnd unroofed tho Presbyterian church nt
For Tuesday areas of low barometer inovo
eastward. Over lakes and Ohio vnlloy
southwest winds, cloudy and threatening
weather prevail. From Middlo states nnd
Lower Lakes to Tonncssco southurn winas
with threatong wcathor prevail. In tho
Southern states falling barometer, incrcas
ing south winds and' cloudiness prevails
On tho South Atlantic coast southeasterly
winds veering to southwest, with rising
temperature In Now England brisk
north winds extend from Missouri to
Nasiivim.1!, March 10. Rivor falling;
six feet on Ilnrpcth shoali, "Weather fair
and pleasant during tho day, but cloudy
with nroinccts of rnln to-night. Arrived:
John Lamsden from Cairo. Departed1
John T.ntniden for Cairo.
Kvansvii-I.k. March 10. Cloudy nnd
mild, with tho mercury at 30 lo 50. Rivor
has fallen 8 Inches. Down: Morning
Star and Bowling Orocn, 9 p in; J VY Oar
rott nnd barges, 7 n m; Mary Amont nnd
Arkansas Bello. Up: John Gllmoro nnd
bnrgos, Ro?o lIlte,Fnyotle, FnlU Pilot nnd
Cllppor. Business is nctivo. A heavy
thunder storm ret in nt 8 i clock to
night. Nkw UflLKAN?. March 10. Arrived: II
S Turner, Cincinnati; Tom .Inipor, Bis
mnrck nnd Paulino Carroll, St. Louis; R
K Loo. Cairo. Departed: bhannon, tin
clnnatl. Clear nnd warm.
St. Louis, March lo. Flour steady and
unchanged. Wheat, soft spring, ecarco
and higher, No 2, $1 3S; No regular,
SI i!8l 30; fall, No a, red, offered nt
$1 80; No SI 031 03. Corn steady,
No 2, mixed, 3333Jc; No 'J, white, 35J
3Cc. Oais quiet and steady, No 'J, mixed,
228c. Barley quiet. Ryo dealors apart,
No 2 offered at 07e, nnd C5o wns bid. Pork
steady and firm nt $11010 25. 1). i. meat
steady; clear rib and clear sides, this
month, "OJc. Ijoso bncon steady aud
Arm, shoulder. 03c, clear ribs, 81c; clear
sides, 8c; hums, 13Mc. Lard held firm
nt 8c; prlmo steam no demand. AV'hisky
tteadier at 88c. Cnltlo steady; good to
choice; SI Cf8 "J; stockor?, $3 0573;
Tnxati, '1() 25. Hogs in good domand
and steady nt $1 10)3.
Mkmi-iiI!, March 10. Cotton dull nnd
drooping good ordinary, 17c; low middling
I8jc; receipts, '.'o; smpmonls$li W. stock
II! 10. Flour quiet. Corn meal steady.
2 flO(T,)2 85; common in good domnnd, nt
Ifajuc. Oats in good domind. nt 3CCT
use. nay dun, at Uran in good
demand, and active. Bulk meats quiet;
shoulders Cff.Clc; sides SlfJ.Slc. Lard
firm, nt8SjJc. Pork firm, u;00jc.
Nkw Oki.kaks, March 10. Flour dull:
XXX $8 CO; family 0 COOll. Corn
.Qfla lowf-r. Oats -18c. Bran Si 051 07J.
Hay, prlmo S'-; choice $30. Pork hnilicr
S1G 67J; dry salt meats 0jf3CJS9Jc.
Bacon 7j7jfil8JOic; harni UfnI3c.
Lard dull, tlcrcn 88c; keg 9"(a9jc.
Surbt good domand, fair 8J; fully fidrjc.
Molasses unchanged. "Whiskey 0090c.
Mrs. Lucy Davis, slilor-ln-law of tho
ex-president of the Southern Confeder
nncy, died at Vlcksburg last week.
A monument to Lord Baltlmoro Is to
txi erected In tho Maryland ally nnHed
lifter him if $16,000 can be raised for the
Sir. Colfax, who has Just retlrod, will
start a factory at South Bond to turnout
a noWilnvontion for keeping hogs from
h xni roceni- uontii ll announcou oi
r 1 1 i. iit.n ....
aiikbuci? Auouor, ino lass oi me owns
Amazons' who took arms against the
French eovonty-flvo yoari ago,
A convict named Sterling Sledge died
a fow days ago In the Virginia penitent)
nry, wherein bo was Imprisoned for man
slaughter, leaving an estate of $30,000.
An anonymous benefactor recently
dropped In at St. Peter's Hospital in Lon
don, and loft with tbo secretary a dona.
nan or ten x. 1,00 uanXr.ngiana notes.
J. M. Bellow, the coiobratod Kncllsh
roaJor, is also tbo special correspondent of
ino .London morning 'Post.' President
Grant was Interviewed by Mr. Bollow a
fow days ago.
Somo of tho Easlorn Domocrats aro
roviving tho investigation about who did
it last fall. And many of thorn are cur
sing sam uanaaii ana intimating that ho
sold out tho Pennsylvania olection.
Spain puts our "Western states to tho
blush by adducing tho case of ono Salva
dor Calero, who at tho ago of 150, not only
retains 'good sight and muscular activity,
but is particularly noted for tho voracity
of his appetite.
Throo hundred Liberal Catholics havo
united in an address to Pcro Hyacintbo,
urging him to rosumo tho rmlcit at
Geneva. Tho father has mado a favorablo
reply, saying that ho is willing to preach
to those who aro resolved not to sur
render to either Ultrnmontanism or unbo.
RUo nnd Fall ol tho Rivers
For 2 1 hours ending 3 p. m., March 10, 1S73.
A bovci Changes.
.uv Or cans
DAVID W. HARNETT,
observer Big. Scr. U. S. A.
Sr. Louis. March 10. Arrived: Mollio
Mooro from Pittsburg, Commonwealth
from Now Orleans, Coal Hill, Cowan and
Iron Sidos from Cairo. Marv McDonald.
Ouachita aud John Means from tho Ohio
river. Dopnrtod: KoIIock nnd barcos for
Now Orleans. Citv of Chester for Mom.
plils. Coal Hill for Cairo. Bivor rislair
slowly with n prospect of n speedy swoll of
vwu ur mreu teui ui ico siariou on lowor
rarids nnd broaking up at various points
below tho Illinois river, and n boat will
leavo horo for Peoria to-morrow. Warm!
hoavy rainstorm this nftornoou with thun
dor and lightning.
riTTsuuno.Murcli 10. Ulvor continuos
to swoll slowly. Marks this afternoon in.
dlcnted 7 foot U inches: Small quantity of
ico in each rivor; roportcd rUimr slowlv
nbovo nnd It ii thought tlioro will bo siilll
clont water to gat out somo coal within -18
Memi'HIh, March 10. "Wcathor clear
and warm. River falling riipldly. Do.
parted: Capitol City for Vicksbure;
Clinton, City of Vlcksburg, Bollo Mom
plus, Bollo of Shrcvoport nnd Continent
al for St. Louli; John Kllgour fur Cincin
nati; Pink Varblo for Arkansas river: Bee
and barges for Now Orleans.
vicKuiiuno, Marsn 10 Down: Alas
ka and Mary Houston, Up: Jon. Kyle,
Delfast, Jno. li, Maud and Fannio Lowis.
Ruining all day, "Weather cloudy and
Louibvili.e, March 10. Klvur falling
lowly, 0 fouf in tho canal, und 4 feot in
chuto. Weather cloudy and mild, with
signs of rain. Arrived: Ed. Hobb nnd
bargos, St. Louis. Departed: Ed Hobbs,
"Wlieollng; Herocules, Dirk Fulton,
Charles Brown and Smoky City, Pittsburg.
iFroiu the Chicago Intcr-Occan.
Tho first pitchid engagomeut between
tho railway and untl-railwny monopolist!
camo oft in thn Btalo houso of
representatives yesterday. Mr. Cas
sedy, of McLean " county, In
pursuanco cf tho suggestion of tbo Intor
Oucaii, offered n resululion pledging tlio
entiro power of tho stato to tbo assistance
ofthosn citizens of his county who havo
beon slnrtlnd out by tho railway ns tho
victims of their first delcitnlntd effort t
Intimidato tbo peoplo of tho stato from en
Joying the advantages of a stato law. Mr.
Wickor, of Cook county, president of Ibo
.Dakota bouincrn railway, nnd other', on.
posed the resolution. A motion was rnado
to refer It to tho railway committco. dod
ularly supposed to bo tho very palladium
oi mo poopio ns against tuo Iron monnp
oly, but Mr. Oborly mado tho point that
this would bo to put tho resolution to an
ntornnl sleep, nnd so it was roforred to tho
juuiciary committco, with Instructions to
report n hill embodying tl. pint of tho
proposition. Tins ucbalo is quito signll
cant It suggoits two or threo nreanan
reflections. In tho first plnro, tho "houso
of representatives is with tho pooplo on
this quostion. In tho second nlaco. tho
action of the railway committee has not
noon sucn ns ino nouie believes tho poopl
havo a right to expect, nnd tho voto
against roferonco to that committco is vir
tunlly a voto of wnnt of confidence. In
tho third place, tlio railways may And
that, through tho Chicaconnd Alton suits.
thoy havo evoked a spirit thoy will bo ut-
tony powerless to control or break down.
Tho suits in tho United States court will
not bo by tbo railway company against u
nan uozon men Pimply; tnov will bo hv
tho Chlcaco and Alton railway enmnanv
vs. tho pooplo of tho stato of Illinois tho
creaturo against mo creator. Thoro can
bo no two opinions as to tbo final oventua
tion, no matter how long dolavcd tho re
sult may be by tho incubus of musty pro-
M11N i'ROKH NTliEET.
CARMI, - ILLINOIS.
Good stabling connected with the house,
anil sample room for commercial travclcrt.
Free omnibus to and Irora all trains.
2-5 Cmd. J. M. DAM RON, Proprietor.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
toe mis Use HbortMt RoHta
Eight? MUM tkn Skortcat Kaats
TO ST. LOUIS
NO OI1ANOB OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OP CARS
OM CAIRO TO
CiBclsns' , ltl4nipoll, Toledo,
Detroit, QfTfilnnd, Nlnr rIU
Huflalo, v HitUbuiR, Wuhlnilon.
Baltimore, - tltll(lelrfila. New York.
Boston and all poiata east.
Mllwauklr, JanMVllle, Maillnon,
LaCrosst , 81. Taut and all points north.
This Is alio the oay direct rout to
fiwalur, tltoomlofttoo, Npnnreld,
Porl, Qnlnor, Keokuk,
Burlington, Rock filund, M Salle.
Mendota, DIiod, Preeporl,
Cslena, Dubuque, Kloui Cllr,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Car
On all ftlght Trains.
"(Rax Checked 10 all Important poinds
Por tickets and information, apply to I. C. H.H
depot at alroi on board tne transit simmer be
tweeu Oolumbcs and Cairo, and at tne prlnclp
r"l'Lllc,l,t oOloee throughoul the eenth.
W. P. JOHNSON, Oen'l Past. Ag't, Chlcajo.
A. MiTcntLL, Oen'l. Hup't. Chieago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
FIRE AND MARINE
Ml AO AHA, X. yn
OKBMANIA, M. T.,
IIAKOVia, M. T-
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and aftor Monday, April 24tb, 1872
trains will run as follows:
TaAus ooiaa ouTaiirr.
Leare Vlrlni 0:40 a. m...
" Sorlnrflelil-. g-o
,' TuTlortllle ...... 10 J
Arrire at Pna. 11.44
I.cire ru 4.00 e. m
u TkvlnrvilU S in
Arrive at t)pnnflld...0.15 "
Leare ijerintflvld- A.s
Arrive at Virginia 8,6 "
TiS ! 00
Comprising llicUnjHri.ilU.rt' Aener.
Y0NKKR8, N. T.,
- - 7S set
ALBA NT CITT,
nRSUXN'0 TDND, t. rn
BXCCRITT, N. T.-
Utoree, Dw.Iilnn. Furniture, Hulls and Car
geee, Insnred at ratee an favorable ae nnd. ner
maneat eeeurlty will werrant.
i reepeoiraur an or the ell seniol C.
u ir patronage.
W. II. Morn.,
II. II. Ood.e
No. Pub. and IT.B. Gobi
A VARIED DIET FOR FOWLS.
Thoro aro no nnimnis mora omnivorous
thuu fowls; fish, flesh, horbsaand grains bo-
mg uovourcu oy mom Willi equal rolisn.
"Wo say equal, for though they commonly
pounco upon moat with groator avidity
than upon grain, this is generally becauso
It nllbrds a rarity, und u lloclc kopt for
nwuiio nimost entirely on anima ttiod will
snow tno same greed for a few handful!
Now. tboso nnimnis accustomed to uso n
varied diot should not bo oontlnod to nn
unvarying one. Thoro nro. indood. somo
speclos which nro naturally limited to ono
or n low kinds of food. Thus, cnltlo do
well onouch thoucli kent month after
month on grnss nlono, nndntigor will
thnvo with nothing but loan meat unon
his bill of faro. Rut with othor nnimnis.
as with tho human rnco, for instance, tho
caso Is different, for no person can main
tain tho highest etllcicncy whon eonllnod
to ono article of food. No matter how
fond wo may bo of ono particular disli, wo
loso roliso for it when allowed nothing
olso for n numder of consecutive meals,
nnd tho interna craving for variety indi
cates as its sourcn soinothing rnoro than
tnoro nppetita. It giva ovldenco of real
nocessltios ofthosystom which nro con
stantly varying with tho changing clr
cumitnncos of weather, employment nnd
Tho fondnoss for variety shown by
fowls Is ns significant ot real needs ns wo
lmvo found It to bo In ourialvcs. In pur
veying for them, n judicious vnrioty se
lected from tho threo genoral divisions,
fresh vegetables, grain, nnd nuimnl food.
Is at all seasons absolutely necessary for
young and old, in order to niiikn thorn
perfectly thrifty. True, thoy will not
ctnrvo on hard corn and water, neither
will thoy pay n profit sj kopt. The
Rorgh is getting a irood ready for a
raid on tho cock-pits.
It Is rumored that N vo is to bo minis
ter to "ho heathen Chlnoo."
Rochefort's frionds aro honeful of ob
taining a pnrdou for him.
John P. Hale cannot liva muoh
longer. Ho Is sulTerine from naralvsis and
softening of tho brain.
On Commercial avenue, between Twcltl
aud Thirteenth street.
QUESTS WILL F1NDGOOD ROOMS AND
TFIE VERY BKST OP BEDS
A.O? THIS 3HCOTja2:
Transient 1'atronagc Solicited.
Mnt. Kuem McCarthy, I'ropr.
ii:o. I. FAT, I'roiirlelor.
Watch kept day and night for boats and
TERMS TWO DOLI..UUS I'KR DAV.
Ohio Levee, comer of Sixth street,
2-1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Comer Public Square,
A. UAKUTII Proprietor,
This house lias recently been repaired and
.......... imuiigiiuui. it ia convent'
cm iu mo uofiiies.H nouses ana tuo court'
house. Good samnlo rooms.
,. 8. e
3 35 ft. m
tRAim ooma eacrasisT.
Ltae Edgwood ...S.SOa. m. ..10.10 n.rr
" Klor. 8,6 ...ll.S
Arrive al ghawneet'n .3S " ...K....S IS
BUVAt. MAIL HTF.AMEBH.
'72. FALL AND WINTER 73
C. H A NNY.
KSNTU0XT JKAN8, 7 XTRA,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
LAH0E STOCK OF OARPSTINQ
Uli EstUr Ntoek
VERY LOW PIOURES.
oonxin 8th 8T. and OOUMKROIAL-AV.,
AVM. GLENN & SON'S
lit: AD Q UAliTERS FOR GROCERIES
COFFEE. Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR, N, O., Hard & Soft RoQned,
SYRUPS. Now Orleans and Eastern.
' WE MAKE 8PICIALITIX8 OV
70 Vint St. CUtCWKATl
CARRTINO THE BRlTIRn MAILH
.Steam Seml-Wcekly Between
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL
l'asicnscrs booked to London, Glagow,
Londonderry, Cardltt. Urittol, and France,
Ocrroany, ."-weden, Norway nnd Denmark
And From tho nbovo named places to all tho
principal Railway Stations fn tlio United
.States on Through ticket".
Ass Experlrticed NnrReoa In Attached
so earn itieaiuer.
Tho nttcntlon of ntrsotm wlshimr in aond
to the Old Country for their friends N called
to the great facilities offered by this cclo
bratcd Lino or Ocean Steamships, which has
been In Hiicccssful operation Muce IKil, ami
numbers In Its licet somo ol tlio largest, a
well ns the fastest steamers afloat.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
NORTH AMERICA. PA.,
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
-. ....ll.Si3.IJS 1
- .....1113,(71 U
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
nOOWJV, Oen'l Ttal Ar'I,
8S. JlarkotSt., Chlcagj.
SAITOUD, MORRIS & OANDEE
LOCAL AOENTN, CAIRO.
Liverpool New.Tork ahd Pbllaitelpbl
CDDia coiTaicr with vmtkd statm aid lamsi
For Carrying, tne Mails
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcainra ixroaiuTioi
APPLY TO JOHN O. HALE,
IS HroeJwiT, New.Tork, or tu
Washlna-ton Avenue Cairo. 1 lllnoit.
FOR SALE, For Hale J POR SALE
VOW SALB.J Fofital'SlPOR SALE
Fare from Livx&rooL,
Fare from Lovdcndkuy
Faro from Qlahoow,
Faro from QtrNT0WN
TO CAIRO i : i S4H 30
Haflbrd. Morrl A Candce A
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o over daicrlptlsn,
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished en rhortest nolle.
Commerolal-v, bet. 10th toe! lltli-itt.
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE.
AM0t... ao,ooo,ouo TO
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets l,500,0l O
KAILWAT PA8SEN0ER3 ASSUKANCK
Veel........M..,.......w,..,, JO0,000 W
A,"e,1 - - 4eao.se oo
SAFFORD, MORRIS 4 OANDEE,
71 Ohio Lav,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OP OHIOAQO, ILLINOIS.
OKNT'L.Omo, 171! WASniNOTONST.
This German Life Insurance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
also a Valuo In ash on tho Non-forfelturo
JOHN A. HUOK,
JOILV W. PRUE88
Agent for Cairo and vlcl
SECTION NO. 47.
A?udft.V.v ror promoting Life Insnrauee
and Sick Relief by weekly dues and mutual
cooperation In obJecUol public benefit,
u Vi? We In'urauce Pollciee will be fssued
by the Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
U. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao't.
tuiv tow Cm Irosuid vtataltjr.
RKAE. ESTATE ASEJICT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (UOOXD FLOOR) OHIO LITU,
Bur an Sill Rial Estati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OV TITH
And petr OonTejeaoee orKlgU.'
To any ahrtwd an who cut do btulnsi
on the ojwet, I guarantee an Imhw Por-
John Q, Barman. Chas. Tarup;
JOnN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS