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33TJXiXi230:iX-T 03 XTIXi 13130-, COB. 12TH STOStEIE'r A-OSTID W.A.SrHTIO-'X'Oasr AVEKTJE.
JOHN II. OBKUIjY, proprietor.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY. MARCH 30, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
OUK CIIUIIUIIK3.
t'ltHnVTi:itlAN-Ki(!hUi Street,
lynching, Sabbatlwiit 10 a.m. nntl 7 p.m
l-nvcr nifsotltitf, Wednesday at 7 p. m.
"ibbath School, n p.m. .1. SI. Luisdrn, .Sti
rerlntcndcnt. Itr.v. II Tii.wi'.it, Pastor
HCTHODIST.-Cor. Klithtli nnl Walnut St.
Preaching, Sabbath at ID) a.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer tiiccllnjr, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
HabUth School, .'I. p.m. J.. W. Mlllwell,
Miipcrlntciident. Iti:v. K. I.. Tiiomj-don,
Pastor.
CIIU1CCII OK THi: KKIlRKMBIt-fRplsco-lml.)
Morning prayers. Sahliatli 10J a.r.i.
Km'IiIii'' prayctn, 71 p.m.
habbalh School, I) a.m. .
Iluv. K. Coan, Rector.
S'i'. PATRICK'S CHURCH Ninth St. hihJ
WucliliiKtoii Avrimn.
Public survlcc, Sabhalh 8:10 .Hid 101 a.m.
Vcpcr, 7 ti.m.
Sabfmth School, i! p.m.
Scnlci! .'Very dav, H a.m.
lti:V. P. .). O'llAI.t.OICAN, Priest.
T JOSKI'JI'S CHUJtni. (Oi'MMU,) ior-
nrrof Walnut and (.'row streets.
Slam, cm ry x'abbath at 10 o'clock a. lit,
i spers, 'J p. in.
Jlai duiiiiir week dn)s,S o'clock a. m.
Iti;v. i . llomi an, Priest.
Ul IIjIAN LUTIIKI'.ANCIIUHCll Kfth
street between Washington Avemio anil
WnJniit street. . ,
l'n.achl!i,' Sunday mormmrnt 10 o clock.
' ab'jjiih .diool ut '1 o'clock p.m.
lir.v. Iton'T. Hi:i.nm, Pastor.
VOI'NU .MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA-TION.-Itrtfiilar
meeting second Monday
each month ut their room over Rockwell
V- Co's book More, Commercial avenue.
Weekly I'raycr meeting md.iy,7i p.m. at
the noai.
i.. W. STlt.l.wi:i.t.. President.
SECOND SI1SSI0NAUV HAl'TIST
11 L'JtC'll. Corner Syeamoro and lotty-
llrt Mrccts. Preaching fcabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and .' o'clock p. in.
Minday School 1 o'clock p. m.
Thu church I connected with thu Illinois
An-oeiatlon, by the I'lrt MMonary li.ip-
list Church ol Cairo.
Kkv. Solomon Lkonawi, Pastor.
AFRICAN MinHODIST. Fourteenth, bo
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Sen Ices, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sa'ibath School, 1 j p.m.
Clas mvetn atU p.m.
fcECOND FREE WILL IIAPTI.ST--Flf-
leenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. 1 J and 3 p. in.
ltKV. N. RlCKH, Pa-tor.
FREE WILL JIAPTlsT MOS1K MISSION
SA1IIJATH fcCHOOL. Corner Wulnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School, !t a.m.
flltaT FREE WILL IIAPTLST CHURCH
-Curry's llarracks
Sen ices, Sabbath 11 a.m., .". p.m. A: 7 J p. m.
Kkv. Wm. Kcixkv, Pastor.
KIRsT MISSIONARY HAl'TIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth nnd Tenth Sti.
Preaching Sabbath, lo a,m. and 7 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday et cuing.
Preaching, Krlilav evening.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m. -tolui Vanllaslcr
aud Slary fcteiiheln, ."uporlnUndent".
Itr.v. T. .1. Mioiu:.-, Pantor.
SECOND HAl'TIST CHURCH-Fourtcenth
Street, between Odar utd Walnut. The
only llaptUt church recognized by tho A1-
sociatioii.
Services Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
ltrv. Jacou HitAiLi:v, Elder.
SKUUCT OHDirHS.
THE JIASONS.
CAIRO CO.MMANDERY, No. M.-Statcd
A"eiubiy ut thu Asylum Ma-onlc Hall, lirnl
ami thlnl Slonday in each mouth.
JAUtO COUNCIL, No.'Jl. Itoj,'UlarCono.
cation at Slavonic Hall, thu econd Friday
lu each month.
CAIKO CHAl'TKK No. 71. Itoguiar Con
ocatlon at Sluronlc Hall, cm tho third
'llicfday ol every month,
CAIKO i.omu:, a.'sr, r..t. Jl. nebu
lar Communication1 at Masonic Hall, tho
tccond and fourth Slomlayporf!tcii month.
tiii: onn-KKi.i.ows.
AI.KX.N1)KK LOIXiK.'-'Jl-SlccUlii Odd
Fellow' Hall, in ArterN building, every
Thuniday eeulug at ti o'clock.
staI'k Ol-'FICKHS.
(lovcrnor Hichard .1. Ojilctby.
I.tcutenant'tlovernor .lohn I.. Ilevetidye.
Secretary of state Oeor.-o II. Harlow.
Auditor of state C. K. I.tppiucott.
State Treasurer Camper Hut.
Attorney (icneral .lame K. IMall
Supt. l'ubllc In'tructlon Nuwtou Hatcmsn
CO.STiltli:s5Ii:N.
Sonators 1.1'iaau Trumbull and .lohii A.
I.OL'Ull.
ileprcfciitattvii for thu Statc-aM.arb'e k.
L. lleveridp:.
Iteprcsentativo Thirteenth District .lohn
Jl, Crcbs,
MKSlllKItS OENKHAI. ASsKMHI.Y.
Keprecntatles In tho With dltrict.
John II. Oberly, Wiu. A. l.cmma and Math
ew .1. Iiifcore.
Senator for thu Mlh dl-trict. Jesso Ware.
COUNTY OKKICKUS.
CIIICL'IT COUItT.
.Iudj;e I). J. Hakcr, of Alexander.
StatuM Attorney 1'atilcU 11. 1'opo.
Clerk It. S. Yocum.
Sherill A. II. lrvln.
Win. Slartlu AesJor and Treasurer.
COU.N1Y CUL'UT.
Jud'e V. Hro-?.
Aboclate J. K. JlcCrlte ami S. MarcliH
uon. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Gorman.
siiinicii'al"oov:unjiknt.
Jlayor Jolm SI. Lansden.
Trcamrcr II. A. CuimliiKham.
Comptrollor II. A. llurnctt.
Clerk SllchacI Howlcy.
Slurshul Andrew Cain.
Attorney 1'. II. Tope.
l'ollco MagMrnten K. llross ami II. Shan
oeny.
Chief or Police L. II. Jlyer.
BKI.r.CT COUNCIL.
Mayor John SI. LaiiMicn.
Flret Wiird-1'. (l.Schuh.
Second Ward 0. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Warjl S. Staats Taylor.
Clty-at-Largo W, 1. Ilulliday Mid D.
llurd.
EOAlll) Of AI.IIKltMKN.
FiM Ward Tames ltoardcn, A. 11. Saf
lord, Ifiac Waldcr.
Second Wurd-lt. II. Cunningham, i:. Un
der, Q. Stunccl, James Swayne.
'riilrd Ward-Wm. Stratton, J. h. l'hillls.
Fourth Ward Jno. II. KobliiMm, O. 11,
cane, J. II. SIctcalf.
MISCELLANEOUS.
lIIYHIt!IAN'N.
U. WAllDNElt, M. D,
OlUco aud Itc.ldcnco 111 Coinmcrchd avc
nuc, (next doortotlio Athcmmm).
CFIIME.
AIIWUST OV AN AiJiKdKI) KN-
AMOTIIKH WOMAN POISONS UK I'.
iiuaijAi;i).
KT(J., i:tc,
KTU.
rottuKi: akiimtcu.
N'nw Yoiik, Mnroh 119. KJ. Meori,
mi Knglifhinari clilmlng to ho fi member
of tho firm of Ooo. Myori A; Son, Lon
don, who represented In Wall etrect that
ho lind luttori of croJit lor 1,000,000
pounds ilorling for railroad operations,
hat beeo arrestoJ in Jcrjey City, on tho
clmrgo of turning worthloii drafts of $30,
on- tho banking homo of Jn. llluj V
ion, Now York.
1'OIhO.vr.D.
Dc.'iVKK, Alurch &0. Wm Nowman, a
man of prupuity, rcUiiig f-T (everal
yoari piiitin Denver, unyagod In tho cat
tlobuiinu?, diwl n few dayi tinco under
Mifpiciom ciroiunstancs. Uli wifo and a
half hro'.hiir woro nrroitod yoitcrday,
charoJ with tho murder by in.erllng ar
senic. Tho oviJanco ii very itrong
ugalntt them.
New Yoiik, March It U not prob
able that tho woman ilyon or Armstrong
will not Lo arralgnod for tho murder of
Goodrich. Sho will only bo held ai a wit
no and for tho present will not be released
on ball or allowed to eo hor counsel who
has been rotainod on hor behalf, l'ollco
otlicials are unwilling to furnish any fur
ther Inforaihtion for tho press. Thoy say
they havo cvldenco which will creato n
te&ia'.ion whon it Is divulged.
CASUALTIES.
SHKIOL'S KAILKOAD ACCIDKNT
LV I'KXNSYI.VAKIA.
TWO SHIN BL'l'.N'KD TO DEATH
tKi:ioui.t iiAiLr.oAU coLLikioy.
llAt.Tiitor.K, Starch 59. The touthern
bound patsenger train on tho Northern
Central road, duo hero nt nine o'clock this
morniti;;, arrived hero behind time, owing
to n sudden collision which occurred be
tween eight and nino o'clock lat night at
Liverpool station, about in miles
above llarriiburg, wbcro thu road makes
n sharp curvo among tho mountsins
Two freight trains met at this point on the
same tracl:, when a fearful coliijiun took
plan:.
HOT!! KNOINE8 WSP.K SIIAT1 LRCI),
And tho cars camo crushing into ono an
other in a general wreck. The llro in tho
furnacoofthe engine mm quickly com
municated to tho ruins, and vnry ;oon
somo twenty cars with tuoir content., in
cluding spirits and othor combuitiblo mer
chandise, wro
WnAJTKIlIN TI.AMK?,
And consumed. A fireman belonging to
Dim Cannon, I'onnsylvunia, and another
man, nr.mo unknown, was burned to
death.
POLITICAL.
i'OTIIIN( DEFINITELY DF.TEK.
ill NED IN l'.EGAHD TO THE
l'OSTAL CAll SEUVICK.
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC
TOSTAI. CAIt FCr.VICE.
WAKinvfiTOM. March 20. Thorn has
vnt hrnn nntlitnc dnfl nltnlr dt(rinlnil bv
" - - j - - s . .
tho postmastor general in rolation to ar
rangements or the government about tnn
postal car sorvlco. Tho matter will prob-
nbW boolllciallv dotirmlned upon tho re
turn of Superintendent Hangs.
WM, H. CI.OOQETT,
I.uto dolagato to Montana, has bcea ap
pointed spocial consul of thu general gov
ernment to investigate the alleged frauds
iiguinst the Indians hi Montana.
FOREIGN.
THE
OAilBUIDGE CHEW WIN
THE UNIVERSITY
HO AT RACE IN
ENGLAND.
A GERMAN NEWSPAPER MODI
FIES ITS VIEWS ON GRANT'S
INAUGURAL ADDRESS.'
DIt. B. 0. TABEU,
ii.ni vnLiimn 1m iirnrtlcn of hli4 DrofcH.lon
with OBPeclal reference to tho cluctrica
treauncui oi uiwuk.
proved methods of application.
In all cases of female complaints a lady
Will ue in aueiiuancu.
onico, lita Commercial avenue, tip Btalrn.
WILLIAM U. SMITH, M. D.
t EBIDENOE No. 21 Thlrtceath tr. bo
MX tweea WashiDKton aveauoand Walnut street.
OIBce 120 Commercial avenue, up sulm.
O. W. DUNNING, M. D.
T ESIBENOK-oornerNlnth and WMnut t,
iiofflce-oorner Hlxlk. street and Ohio loroe.
Cifloo hours fronin a.m. to 12 tn., and 9 p.m
U. S. IIRIQIIAM, SI. 1).,
Homoopathlo rhytlclau nnd fiurgcon. Of
Uco 130 Commercial avenno. Robldcnco on
Teutli ttroot, throo doors west of C. .
Wootlwure. 2-o-8iud
MEETING OK THE AM Ell I CAN ,
FREE IjAIJUK LI'.Au U K.
DEATH OF A WEALTHY I'AWN-I1ROKER.
taeiJ i.au n leaouk.
PlTTcliLT.o, AJarchUO. At a iiir.cllng of
citizens held nl Fnlston last night, nti or
ganixatton was formed to ho known us
tho "American Free Labor Loague." Tho
members of the loaguo pledged themselves
to withhold their support from business
men and newspapers favoring tho omploy"
inon. of Chlneso operators.
MED VKOM IHJUKIE'i.
New Yoiik, Starch '.'9. Joseph 11,
Jackson, u wealthy jiawn-brokor, formerly
a prominent member of tho Tammany so
ciety, unil well-known in local politics'
died to-day from injuries committed In
1&70 by rioters, Eaton and Dugari, who
are now in Sing Sing prison.
WEATHER REPORT.
Washington, Uarch lO-.l'obabllil.es-.
For Ohio valley win'Is backing to south
west during Sunday, with rising tempera
turo. Storm contre develops during tho
day in Novuda, extending to Upper Si's
sitslppi. Southerly winds and thrcatci
log weather prevail by Sunday night frosi
Upper Likes southwestward to Missouri,
FINANCIAL;
New York, .March 20. Gold oponed
10, gradually advanced lo 17; becatai
strong at that price. Loanl wero 2 to 7
per cint. carrying. Daily clearings $S2 -000,000,
GoTOrnments dull, steady; state
bonds dull, unchanged. Money continues
stringent. Nearly all business to-day was
at 1-3- to 1-1 0 for call loans, at closa rate
dropped to 1-C 1. Speclo exports this week
C7C,711, Rank s'.at.-ment unfavorable
Stock market intensely dull.
Coupon Cs of '81, 20; 5-20s of C'J, i7J;
do of '01, 1"; do of CO, 13; now of CO;
ICS; do of '67, ISj; do of 'C9 17; netf Cs
10 ; ICMOs 12. Curroncv Cs, Hj.
MARKET REPORT.
Sr. Louis, March 25. Fleur quiot only
order demand. Wheat firmer; No 'J
spring St 21 No 3 red fall Jl CS. Corn
better; No 2 mixed 2863e. Rye higher
No 2 C9e. Whisky dull; SCc round lot3
67c, small lots. Pork Arm higher 510
spot. I). S. held firm, but little doing,
shoulders fct Omaha &Jc suller April. 1!&
con strong; clcor rib Uc May; clear 10c
July; 10c August; Jobbing and order lots
7J(5,0J(j,'Jjc. Lnrd quiot 7jc. Hogs higher
1 I lufajO 20. Cattle quiet, Texans $'.' lu
il; native cows and heifers 25;
s"tokers 75; fair to extra fat itecrs
$1 70(0.
CniCACo, March 2X Dour quiet, weak,
shadu lower No 1 spring $1 27; No 2
U 13 cash; l 2301 211 May; No 3
$1 03Q1 10. Corn quiet, .No 2 mixed
3030J cih; 34jc Muy, Oats quiet No
2 ,:ht(l-H '"h; regular 20c fresh. Rar
loy dull shade lower "5(S)77c, according to
da' to of receipts. Rye steady C4(lCGc
regular and fresh. Pork active'and higher
16t cash; lic May; lijc .Inr.c. Lard
steady $S 10 cash; S 20(rr,S 25 May; bulk
meals activo higher; shoulders le freely;
0c generally nsked; short ribs 7j7Jc.
Racon itcadv unchanged. Whisky steady
a:c.
MKMrms, SUreb 25. Cotton Arm;
gosd ordinary lCjlC, low midling 17(
171; receipts 2 60; shipments 10 '.M; itoclc
ii 400. Flour dull. Corn meal lowor at
$2 40. Corn dull and lower at 63(JC3c.
Oats dull and drooping at -11 4 2c. Hay
unchanged. Bran dull. Pork and lard
nuict and unchanged.
Nsw OiasANs. March 29. Oats Armor
at 445c. Rran 90c. Hay held prime
at 25 for choice. Pork ad'vanced 17c.
Sugar In good dornami; superior CJc,
Corn CJe; fair to fully fair 7J(S;8ic. Slo-
lasses lair fermenting 41c; priruo for
mcntinc SOffiijic; others unchanccd. Ster
ling 2Se; sight pRr gold 18Jc. Cotton
firm; sales of six thousand ordinary 13Jc;
good ordinary lCJc; low midling 18J; mid-
ing iuc; niiunng urioans vjt; rccotpts
19 05; exports liverpool 27 00; stock
203 107.
New ork. Starch 29. Hour in mod
erate request; super $C 10(2,0 70; common
to trood $0 90(57 50; cood to choice $7 C5
35; white wheat extra 8 50(g10 60.
wu skv lower inc. neai in iimuea re
quest, common white western $1 90; No
2 Chicago $1 CO; winter red westorn $1 70
01 4; amber do $1 I01 97. Rye in
light supply. Rarley unchanged. Corn
oasior, oneruirooiy wun moucrato oomanu
now miscd westorn C7c; old afloat 6c;
do in stora C4C4; vory choice do G&c.
Oats In rooderato request, turn oia mixea
westorn in store 61c; now do 4e00; now
whito do 6S(3;5Ic: now block do 4CJ
lSJc. ColVee, sugar and molasses un
changed. Pork excited and higher, now
mes $10 17J1C CO; old do f 15 75; extra
prime $13; prime mess $15lC; lioef dull
and unchangod. Cut inents firm, picklod
hams 14jc. Middles higher, short clear
Ocj long clear 9Q9Je. Lard In good do
mand 'and higher, western stoam $3 75.
river'news.
Itiso and Full oi the Rivers
For 24 hours-f ndlng a p. in., Slarch 20, 1873.
llOAT ItACE.
London Slarch 29. Tho occurrence of
tho Oxford and Cambridge boat raco this
afternoon, causes groat intorest, and busi
ness Is olmost entirely noglectod. People
nro now going to tho Thames In crowds to
view tho contest. A donse fog prevails,
whlch,lt U hopod,wlll loavo before the start.
It is tho impression that tho Cambridge
crow will bo victorious, and hotting is two
to ono in thoir favor.
I.ATKR. '
Tho Oambrldgo crow won tho Unlvars
Ity raco by tbreo lengths.
Rkiu.in, March 29. Tho North Ger
man Gazotto officially extracts an article
published lomctimo slnco ridiculing the
inaugural addross of President Grant
Tho Gazetto says the full text of the ad
dress differs from tho tolcgraphlc sum
mary, for that reason tho Journal is ltd
to considnnbly medify lti tUtts.
STATIONS.
Above
low
water,
St. Paul
Fort Hcntou.,
Omaha ......
Davenport
Leavenworth.
Keokuk
Cairo
St. Louis
Pittsburg
Cincinnati...,
Loulsvlllo,..,
Memphis
Vickshurff ...
Bhrevcnoit ..
Kafchvlllo,,.. .
New Orleans.
Little Rock..
Kort S.nlth...
t 11
.10 7
14
10
:3.S 11
111
20
29
Changes.
rising, 11 feet 10 inches. No arrivals:
Departed; Juniata, Cincinnati. Relndeor
departed for Loulsvlllo with 90,000 nd
Llttlo Giant for Cincinnati with 70,000
bushols of coal.
Memphis, Slarch 29. Weather clour
nnd warm. River Rising slowly. Da
parted hut night: City ot Cairo, Louis
villej KounU and Grand Tower, St. Louis
Crescent City, Noiv Orleans; Pat Rogers,
Cincinnati; Glafgow. Cairo; Slary Royd;
Arkansas river; legal tonder, White river,
Kva.nsvii.i.k, Starch 29. Wcatnor
clear and mild. Slarcury 12 to CO decrees.
River risen t.vo feet. Up: Roso Hito,
Idiowild, Fayetto, Charmer, T F Ecliort,
Andy llaum. Down: Petonin, nnd barges,
Slary Amont, Orey, Eagle, Indiana, llus
Incss activo.
LotmviM.K March 29. River rising
fast: 13 feet 0 inches: Indiana chute: 7 feet
Jarg Kentucy chute: 7 foot 7 inches
bridge space. Weather clear and cool.
Ruslnoss good. Arrlvod: Charles Rod
man, Now Orleans-, Lawrcnco, Cincinnati
Departed; Ilowmnn, Cincinnati; Liav
rcnc, Ni..lirtl!; Vuiy "NVullor, White
river; John Dippstnd, Slemphis; Charley
llrown, St. Lsuis.
Cincinnatti, March 29. Rivor thirty
nino feet and rising. Departed: James D
Parker and Arlington, Slomphli; Louis
ville, Now Orleans; R AV Sklllingcr, Red
rivor: E H Durfee passed from St Louis
to Pittsburg with barges; Josoph II Stow
with barges for Pittsburg; Alico and Sly
Choicj to Pittsburg with empty coal
barge?. Wcathor cloudy.
St. Louis, Slarch 29. Arrived : Fan
nio Lewis, Slissoun river; Raven and Do
Rutsy, Cairo; Slinneola and Stountainoer,
Ouachitta river; Rob Roy, Kookuk; St.
Joe, Jlomnhls; Grafton, Qulncy; Roo and
Yocger, Now Orleans. Departed : City,
of Qulncy and Thompson Dean, Now Or
leans; Lady Xee, Red rivor; Northwest
ern, Dubuqe; Gen. Anderson, Tpnnossco
river; Rob Roy, Keokuk; St. JooiMompbis;
Utah, Arkansas river; Hamlnitt, Cairo.
River rising slowly. Weather clear nnd
warm.
AMERICAN NUNS IN HOME
THREE SOUTHERN UELLES
TAKING THE WHITE VEIL.
Home (February 22.) Correspondence of
the ew York ftuu.J
I have just learned that threo American
ladies woro received on tho 19th inst., at
tho convent of the presentation. In con
ventional phraseology, receiving moans
taking tho white veil. During their life
in tho world theso ladies were AIiss Clara
Dovin?. a native of Suvanntih, Georgia,
and Miss Alico Furlong and Slary Fon
elon. both of New Orlunno. For nearly
two yars these young womt-n wcro asso
ciated at tho schools of tho French Sisters
of tho Sacred Hearten tho Pinlcian hill.
In theso famous schools ladles represent
ing almost every civilized nation congre
gate, and our own republic has now sov
oral of her worthy daughters imbibing
culture nnd graco iroin theso fountains of
learning and virtue.
Two of tho newly received slstors, tho
Misses Dovino and Fcnelon, wero wrapt
in tho enjoyment of a continental tour,
when they "paid a casual visit to tho con
vent of the Sacred Hoar'- It was ono of
the lions which absorbed their intorest
whllo in the city of tho ovcn hills. Tho
visit made, the light-hearted American
girls returned to thoir hotel to prcparo for
tho opera nt Argentine, nnd plan the pro
gramme for tho morrow. During thoir
visit to tho French sisters, .Misses Devino
and Fonolon promised to call some other
day and seo tho schools in working order,
and be Introduced to several of their conn-try-women
who wcro being educated thore.
It wa3 this second visit which probably
shaped tho destiny of tho young and
buoyant tourists. 'Thoy were captivated
by th excollont dissiplino of tho institu
tion, by the manners of tho pupils, and
the benovolonco of tho nuns In charge.
The American girls thenceforth call
el ofton at tho convent of
the Sacred Heart. Miss Do
vino was accompaniod by hor fathor,
and Miss Fonclon by hor brother during
their European travol, and theso gentle
men while proparing to leavo Romo wero
urgontly pressod by tho daughter and sis
ter to consent to their becoming pupils of
thf French sisters for at least tho period of
six months. Sir. Dovino calmly succumed
lo his daughter's entreaties; but Mr. Fcn
elon, who is of tho Prcsbytorian church. as
strongly protostod against his sister's wish.
Sir. ienolon s father nnd brothors aro
Prosbytorlans, his mother and sisters Ro
man Catholics. Through Mr. Dovlno's
persuasion Sliss London's brother some
what reluctantly consontcd to nogotlato
with tho Fronch nuns for his sister's six
months' tuition and hoard nt their con
vent. Thoso six months wero oxtended to
roar, when, about tho annivorsary of
their entranco into tho schools of ths
Fronch nuns, a scono was prosented in tho
uonvent ot the rrcsent&uon wnicn prova
that tbreo vounc American ladios had
closed their accounts with tho world that
Clara Dovine. Alico Furlong and Mary
Fenelon had dovoted thoir young lives to
tho cold, solomn cloister.
Itlse.i Fall.
PI PI 5 I
2 D
1 i
.Gorged. ""VIDW.IIAUNrn,
ubscrvor Big. Her. U. H. Jl,
NASiirii.Lt, Mbrcii 29. River risen 11
foot on llnrpetn inoe.ii- vv earner lair,
nnmrted: Kddvvllle,
PHTSMBR9, March 27. Menengahela
;onn'KBirj
CHEAP GROCERIES
tie-itg rtrmrw system.
OUOCKKISS HKTAII.KI) AT WHOLESALE
DUCES ror, CASH.
AT II. O. TUIELEOKE'S STORE
TCASIIINQTON AVENHIE, UKTWJtEV TJ5NTII
ANIl ELEVKNTU HTKKCT8.
60 Jhs, DRV Cuba Sugar for
Ql (I it H "
J5 0
1 00
Homo Advertisements.
Home Advertisements.
1 1 A L LID AY BUOTlSilsi
GENERAL AGENTS
I'OIIWAHIHNO and COMMISaiON
1 A rodeo Sucar. N. Y. Std. - 1 00
1 " l'rlmo Rio Coil'eo for - - l 00
81 Cholco " " - - 1 CO
8 " Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Teas ond othor stnplo and funcy Groco
rlos oqually as choap.
Goods now and full woight glvou. Call
aud try.
JOHN S1IEKIIAN,
RETAIL GROCER
.tui! I)&lr In
B3J All Goods wananted fresh, and told
tho lowcei pricun.
Corner Oth Bt. andCommercIalAve.
7-23 tf.
v.. v t n tn,
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
HIO RIVr.lt AUK KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lrvhk,
OAino. Illinois.
COFFEV, PACK k CO.,
r it v a it it i x si
A N D
COMMISSION MERCHANTS-
PEALKIH IN
II AY,
CORN.
OATS,
MEAL,
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
CAIRO, 1LMNOIS.
r,-i2tf
11. A. CUNNINGHAM, "
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DRAI.EU IN
ttJlT, OATS, COEK
AND MILL yKVA).
CAIRO, - - ILLINOIS
MILL-EH fi PAKKKH,
GENERAL COBIISSION
FORWARDS O MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUK,
Oats, Hay, etc.,
COJtN
AGENTS yon FAIRRANII'S SCALER
Ohio Leco. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS A CO.,
(ttiiccivtvori to E, 11. Uondrlcitn Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MEIICIIANTS,
WnARF-ROAT PROPRIETORS.
LUiiTrtl A.HnuriLlul- mvlo tSMW
uron OonslxanmnU.
nrtrnrJ
freuMn to all points and nnd
bcii on oonnaiHf ion,
Aie pr rpil to rocelto, storn and
WIHmlncH olU'nJnl to rr.itnptlT.
JOHN 11. PHLL1S i HON,
(Succt0Jori to John II. I'hlllU,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMI
FORWARDING MliRCUA'TH
A.nn
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Con.
TKNTH.BT. and OHIO LP.V15
OAIUO, ILtH.
E. J. AYRHH
8. D. AYl'.us.
AYEHS 4 CO.,
FLOUR
-AND
IrYNVflAXCr.
FIRE AND MARINE
oi.'si'Aru:.
niahaiu, :r. y.,
Ami ti,u;,i6
OSnMANIA, N. Y.,
AiisctS ...t,'.',fi,711 7
ItANOVKU, N. Y,
Af.rlii 7M tit lr
HEl'UIlMC, N. Y.,
At.fU .. TH,M.1 0U
Comprising ttitUndfntrltfri' Ai,".
TtfNKERS, rf. Y.,
Ai.cU.. ;B VI
AL11ANY CITY,
Foreign Advertisements.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
As.rta ...
Iir.EMCN'B FUNK, S. V.,
BRCUIUTY, N. Y.-
ils
-UAMi.'K,
1,452, 8H
Blottr. Dwellleff'.'rnrnltnrA. Units scd Crr
tor, In.ureJ at rte k fTonMo n ound, ?r
I resfMtrulIr uk at tho I'itlian.r.f
hrf of their pslronago.
v, a tatjiiuibn.
rt. H. Morm.
oUrT PnMIs.
It. II. C.ir.dee
No. Tub. a.t V. B. Own
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ouio Lkvisk, OaiiIo, IliH.
l-7tf,
WOOD 1UTTENHOUSE & URO.
oncrul
FLOUR
A
Commi88ton
18S OHIO L9V1B.
31 etoJiantB
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
IITBTTBAITCE.
THOMPSON'S
FEVER -AGUE POWDEKS,
ron Tiin rKii.uCNT crnn or
CHILLS AM I'EVKH, II USUI AGUE
OK AN V 10R.U OF I.VTLI12IIT
TENT FEVER.
THE (IREATESTBISCOVEKY OF THE
AGE 1
Thero nro no dncriH-s to ilelillltiitlna In
thi-lr cilcctj upon the constitution cs tho
above, ami none more HUcult to euro by
thu iKiial moilo ol tiMftlcc. Tho Tcvcr and
Ak'tio Powilcrs will tl'crt a euro in ewes o
the lonpiist ftnmllmr as well as prove : lire
vi'iitlvo Intlip foriniiii?taiccofthf ilUenMil
llclni; purely tcpctiblc, tlicj net with ctr
tBiitty on tl.u .H.....S... t-.t-illj- i rillrali: It
Iroiii tlic fjstcni, uinl pri'f.:nt .1 return nt
nuy future pcrlo.l.
Why wnst.' your money ami hi alth In txy
lni; ovory im-dlelno yntt lmar of, when
'I honiponV t'oviranilAvur Powders havo
never failed to euro the Chills in iiny eao.
REASONS WHY THEY OMYSHOULD
HE USKD.
Their icplitatlon U c-ttWU'icd. Thou
fhiiiIj of tcftlinoiilnli Jut," been rccived,
dhowln that thcc powders hae pcrtonncil
linraclei in curiiu ca.es oC lull, standing,
many of tlicm con-ldarod hopelev.
Thero U no riok in taklnu them. The
contain nothing liiliirlotii', and, tlierclore,
none ol Use llmjerlni.' diseases fO often tho
rnflilt of tlio many no.trunw of tho day.
I'hy.-lel.m rccflininend them as superior to
(lulnino or any otlier known remedv, for
tlioy leavo tJio v.tcm in a healthy ftate, and
the patient beyond the probability of u re-
b,iiKAiti: or coi:ntkrfi:it3. Tho
iji'iuilne nro put up In niiuro Un boxes. vtltli
TUOMl'SOS'S KKVr.lt AND AOUK POW.
UKIIS stamped on the lid, nnd tho filsnsturu
ot TuoMi-hoN fi ciuwfoiu on tho wrarrer.
No othcr-s can possibly 1! (renulcc.
j:t.va, HAin?oni,
.NORTn AMERICA, TA.,
AMPt. ..t3,7iS.O0O 00
nAKTFOKP, CONN.,
jtn - - J2.M 1,210 ;a
I-nOCNlX, IIAHTFORI),
Aii'K - ......tii,ua B0
INTERXATIO.VAI,, N. T.,
ktttiU Jl.M'.lM 1
I'UT.IAU.nARTFORI),
At ,,. JU-,r37
CUnVKLASl. CIiHVULAMl,
- - - U15.MS 88
iIO!I!2.C0I.CHBUS,
A"C! ylU,l;s 1
AMERICAN OKNIUA!., 110.,
Ac.U SSJO.ouO 0
OOHNECTICCT lIUTUAb, I.U'K,
Aoct SlO.OOO.ooo til
1 R VVKI.nKS', HARTFORD, LIFE A!D
ACCIDENT,
J1,)0,WJ u
RAILWAr P.UWE.VOKRi) A.8l!RANOK
CO., UARTI'ORP,
Vmni......., fSW.OOO W
lNUSrCNDUKT, 1IOSTON,
Af.U V.SJ,tjC2M
HAFFOltD, MOIUU3 & OANDEE,
71 Ohio ITOPt
THOMPSOH'S
II II E U 31 A T I C
AND
HOESE LINIMENT
tiii: ortKAT KXTKiiNAr. ue Mr.nv ron
R I1EUMATIS M , E U R A L
OIA, S V R A INS, ETC.,
GOOD FOJ! Oil MS J SI
I'liU lliilmeiit lias earned for ltjelf a renu-
tation unequalled in thu hhtory of external
uppucaiioii!1. jjriuousanus wiiu now sui
ter irom rneuruaiii-m, ncuraipia, cic., wouiu
lind Immediate relict irom all pain by ti'lnc
this ecrtalu remedy. It U crpially elToetunl
in ruU. bum., realiH. t-Uirncs-4 of tho neck,
roru throat, .'Welllnpi, ir.llainatloii-, frost
bltef. pains in the -lile, or back, bites of Mil-
Orr or imri of insect'.
One rubblnir will In all cafres kuo lnuoedi
mo relief, and it ijw applications eonipleto
curu.
On account of ltx powerful veuetratlty;
properties It U beyond doubt tho curett rem
edy for tho inon troublesbnie diseased to
which horses and cattle aro liable. It cures
scratches , old and freh cuts or sores, chafC6
produced by tho collar or saddle?, injuries
rxUi-od by nails or ppllnt entering tho flwh
or hoofs, hruUes, (prnlns, nwcenoy, pAln
thn:h, and all diseases which dc:troy tho
hoofs or bones of tho feet.
13" Full directions accompany each bot
tle. The above aro prepared only by
CRAWFORD A FORES.
141 Market Street, Philadelphia,
Ami i-ohl by ftorckccper. ireuorally through
out the country. I-"d It d-e-w
TEUTOMA h I F E INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CENr"i..OFricc, 172VAsiiiN(iTON.Sr.
ACTIYA, $650,000.
This Ocmian Life Ins'.muien Company
guarantees not only Paid-up I'olieleN but
nljo a Value In Cafi on tfio Non-forfelturo
plan.
JOHN A. HUOK, - - - Profldont
U. KNOIJKLHDORP, - - - Hoeretary
.RUIN W. PUIIESS.
Ai'ont for Cairo ami ieinity.
B1SMA11K 1JUNI).
SKCTION NO. 17.
AK-oi'iatlon for promullii Life lniur.iiico
aud Sick Itelief by weekly due aud mutual
co-opcratlou In objects oi public benefit.
Ths I.llu Iiurauco Policies will bu i.surd
by the Tcutoula Life Im-uraiico Conipiuiy.
II. MHYKKP, President.
JOHN W. VRUUSS, Ao't.
a.viiT for Cairo aixl vicinity.
GOOD PAYI
NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
AS.SHT3, 821,000,000.
1'Aiu jmh.H'V iioi,ni:us sao.ooo.ooo,
Hpulres tho services of all KKKIC1RNT
AQHNTIor this nlaco and vicinity. Tn a
amiltablu jierson who will fulthlullv dooto
his lull timu and talents to tint duties of its
agency, de-irablo ternis, nnd a fawirublf op
portunity will bo oirercd. Addren, Itli
references,
J. it, UKNNRTT, Oeu'l hiip't..
3-20-iat Ros MS, Chicago, 111.
PROSPRCTL'S FOR 1673.-SIXT1I YHAR
THE ALDIIS'E,
An lllustratod .MonUih-Journal, universally
admitted to bo tho Handsomest Period
ical In tho orld. A ItepriHcnta
tlve and Chamnlon of Amor
lean Taste.
Not lor Salo In Hoolt or Sewn Stores.
ART DF.PAUTJIE.NT.
NotwithstKUdlnu tho luerotto In tho prlco
of .-ub-criptloii last fall, when the AMI ne as
nunicd Itsprepetit noble proportions and rep
resentative character, the edition will moro
than double thu past year; provlutr that the
American public appreciate a tinecro ef
fort in tho cause of Art. Tho publishers
anxious to Juitify tho ready conlldoncothUJ
demonstrated, havo exerted themselves to
tho utmost to develop and itnprnvo tho
work; and the plans lor tho coming year,
as unfolded by the month ly tauA?, will as
friends ot the Aldine.
toubh and dcllirht evru the roost sanguhia
PHIL. riOVAUD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER
city autBa:MmkBnUdis.
w hmcIU tUttlom paid H Ol4M IIOM lttM
1 11,. A Minn will renroduco examnle.4 of
tho bet foreign masters, wlecteil with !
uw to tho highest artUtlo success, and
::rcatcl general interest; avoiding iguch ua
havo bocoine familiar, throtifth ohotoirraDh.
or copies of any kind.
Tim ipiarieny union piates ior ioii, wui
reiiroiluco four of John 3. Dai hi' Inimitable
child-sketches, appropriate lo the four sea
tons. These plates, nppcarlnc In tho Issue
for January, April, July, and October,
wonld bo alone worth tho price of a year
"Ubseriptlon.
I'ltKMIl'-M CHKOJIOS FOR 137.1.
Rvery sub.-erllier to tho Aldlne. who pay
In advanco for the year 1873, will recede,
wltlioutaddllloui'l charge, a pair of beautl
fill oil chromos, after J. J. Hill, the eminent
KiiK'llsh painter. The pictures, entitled
"The VllhiL'o Hello," and "Cruising tho
Moor," are 1 U'Ju inches are printed from
'Jo different, plites, reiuilrlnir 25 linprtvwlom
aud tints to perfect each picture, 'I ho saino
chromos aro sold for ;ii) per pair, In tho art
tores. As It Is tho determination of Itn con
ductor t keep tho Aldlno out of tho reach
or competition In every department, tho
chromos will be found ahead ol any that
can bo oilered by other periodicals. Every
mbscrlber will recede a certltlcate, over the
slunaturo of tho imbHi-hors. iruaranteelnR
that the chromos delivered shall bo eo,ual to
tho samples furnished tho agoot,
or the money will ho refunded.
Tho distribution of pictures of this gratlM
free to tho subscriber to a live dollar perl
odlcal, will mark au epoch In tho history Of
Art; and, considering tho unprecedented
cheapness of the price for Tho Aldlno Itself,
the man el falls llttla short of a .nlrl&cle,
even to thoso best acquainted with Urn
achlevomenUof Inventive conlus and Im
proved mecbaulcal appliances. (For lllu
trntlons of theso chromos, sec November l
sun of tho Aldlne.)
TUB LITERARY DLTAETMJ2NT
will continue under tho caro of Mr. Richard
Henry foddaru, assisted oy tno Host writer
and poets of tho day, who will uttiva to havo
tho lltrraturo of'tho Aldlno almijs in Icmjv
lu with Us artbtlo attractions.
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duced or club rato ; cash for subscriptions,
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tied to the local aent without responsibility
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