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OB'IOID, BT7I.L2DTIM- OTIISTa-, COB. 120? BOJKSB'r ATP WASHIKGTOIT AVmrTTB
0AIR0. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
JOHN Hi OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
l'reachlnir, Baubatli at IDS, n.m. and 7) p.m
Prayer meeting, AVedncuar at 71 p. m.
labbatli School, 3 p.m. .1. SI. Lansdcn, (Su
perintendent. JUv. It. Tiuykh, Pastor
METHODIST. Cor. Eighth and Walnut Sti.
Preaching, Sabbath at 101 a.m.. ami 7 p. in
Prayer meeting, Vdnesday,74p.m.
Hablath Hcliool, il. p.m. I W. Stlllwcll,
Hupcrintcndcnt. Kr.v, 1'. I,. TitoMrso,
cnuncu ok tub redeemer (Episco-
ftornlBKprayeri. Sabbath 101 a.m.
Evening prayers, 71 p.m.
tdT. PATRICK'S CIIUROU-Nlnlh SI. and
Public service, Babbath 8:10 and 101 a.m.
Vomers. 7 n.m.
r-abbath School. 2 p.w
Service every day, rt a.m.
HV. P. J. O'H-SIXOHAX. Pricit.
hT. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. (iennan.) ior
nor of Walnut and Crti streets.
. 3hm,'tcrfV abbath at til o'clock a. m.
Vesper, 2 p. in. , ...
Mas during week daj s, 8 o'clock a. tu.
ltKV. (.'. IIOFKMAX, Priest.
(1EHUAN LUTHER AXCHIJIICH 13 til ,
trett between Washington Avenue and I
Walnut street. . . . , '
Preaching Sunday inorniug at 10 o clock, j
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p.m. i
Kiev. Kon'T. lli-xnto, Pastor, i
fOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoClA
'WON'. Hegular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over llockwcll !
ft Co's book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, ! p.m. at
I he room.
U W. StimavkU, President.
SECOND MISSIONARY KAPTIST
CHURCH. Comer tjyeamoro and forty
lint fclrctts. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and a o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church la conucctcd with the Illinois
AMorlatlon, by the First MMonary Hai
llt Church ot Cairo.
Hkv. Solomon Lxoxahp, Tattor.
AFRICAN MKT110DlST.-rourteenUj, be
twecn Walnut and Cedar.
Senicct, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
tfahbath School, 1 p.m.
Class lncct at :1p.m.
SECOND EREE WILL, HAPTIST Fif
teenth Street., between Wulnut and Cedar.
Sendees Sabbath, U ami 3 p. m.
IIev. N. llicxa, Fastor.
FREE WIIX KAPTIST HOllK MISSION
SAHIIATll SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School, U a.m. ,
FIRST FREE WILL UAITI8T CHURCH
services, Sabbath 11 a.m., 0p.m. ilp.m.
ltKV. Wit. Kellkv, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY HA1TIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St". .
Preaching Sabbath, 101 m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday evening.
Prtacbfng, Friday evening.
ri.ibl.ath school, 11 p.m. .John anllaxtcr
aud Mary Stephen, Superintendent.
JtEV. T. J. Buorjcs, Pastor.
SECOND 11APTIST CHURCH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
onlr Baptist church recognized by the Aj-
Services Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. aud 7 p.m.
ltrv. Jacob Dhaulky, fader.
CAIRO COMMANDEHY, No. la.-Stated
Assembly at the Asylum Masonic Hall, nrst
anil third Mondays In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No.vtl.-Rcgular Conyo
ration at Matoulc Hall, the second Irtday
In each month.
CAIRO CHAPTER No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Jlaoiilc Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every month,
CAIRO LODOE, No. i7 K. ft A. JI.-Regu-lar
Communications at .Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, KM-Meet In Odd
Fellows' Hall, in Artcr's building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Oovcrnor John L. lloverltlse.
Secretary of State George H. Harlow.
Auditor of SUtc C. I.'. Llpplncott.
.State Treasurer Caper Rut
Attorney Genera! James K. Kigali.
Supt. Public Instruction-Newton Uateman
Senators Richard J. Oglesby and John V.
ifcprcscntatlve Eighteenth District Is.icc
MEMJIER3 GENERAL AS3EMI1LY.
lleprescntatlvea In the f0th dlstvict.
John 11. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
uw J. Iucnre.
Senator for the 50th Ulstrlct.-Jcse W are.
Rcproscntatlve for Ui Statcat-Largc S.
Judge D. J. Raker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney Patrick II. l'opo.
Clerk R. 8. Yocum.
Sheriff A. U. Inln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge P. Uross.
Associates J. E. McCrlto and S. M&rcbll
non. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coronor John U. Gossman.
Mayor John M. Lansdcn.
'lYcasurcr R. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Uurnctt.
Clerk Michael llowley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attornoy P. II. Pone.
Pollco Magistrates F. llross and II. Snan
Chief of Pollcc-L. II. Myers.
Mayor John M. Lansdcn.
Flrtt Ward-P. O. Sclnih.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
I Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Clty-at-Largc W. P. Halllday and D.
BOARD Or AUIF.IUIKX.
vii Van Tames Rearden. A. It. 3f.
lord, Isaac Walder.
i Second AVard R. II. Cunningham, E. Ru
der. Q. Stancol, James Swayne.
I iVlrd Ward Wm. Stratton, J. II. PhlUls.
I Fourth Ward .Ino. U. Robinson, G. 11.
i case, J. U. Metcalf. -
JJ. WARDNER, M. D.
Olllco and Residence 111 Commercial avc
uc, (next doortotlm Atheueum).
DR. 13. 0. TARER,
Will resume the practlco ot his profession
vlth especial reference to tho electrlca
t'catmentol diseases In all the now and Ira
iroved methods of application.
In aU cases of femalo complaint a lady
will be In attendance. , , .
office, 123 Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
TJ KfllDENCR No21 ThirtstBlh stwt. bf
XV teea WMhiBRisn avenue and Walnut strt.
Offlo 1M CommsrcUl aveous, up-stairs.
O. W. DUNNING, M. D.
rSKfllDKNOK nrnrNlnth and Walnut Its
JJiOfflcis-eornsr Blttk itreti aad Ohio Istss.
vat, nours rrom a m, to ii m., ana v p.m
IMIESIDENT GRANT SPENDS
THE DAY WITH SENA
THE MIXED COMMISSION IN SES
SION AT LAREDO, TEXAS.
llAitittsiiunn, April 7. President (Jrsnt
arrived hero tbli morning, and it spend
ing the ily with Senator Cameron.
Wa'HIKOto.v, April 7. Tbtr will bo
soma appointments made of deputy collec
tors in some of the larger Internal rove
nuo districts which will lo telr-cWtd from
among x'listant assessors.
A dlrpatch from LaraJo, Texas, April
1, lays tho United StaUa frontier commiv
slon wore at Laredo. The Mexican com
miflon hid hpld a joint senion with the
American oommlislon on the subject of
Littlx Rock, April 7. Tho senate
to-day passed a bill creating thq offlco of
circuit clerk in counties containing 10,000
inhabitants. Tho house patted bills cre
ating three new countlei, Falknvr, How
aro and Stonn. The majority of tho com
raittco on federal rolations of tho homo
all Democrat, repsrted farorably on a
memorial to congrest atking that the
benefit of the bankrupt lawi to extended
THE ATLANTIC INVESTIGATION.
Ucri'ALo, April 7. The freshet caused
by tho lato rains has covored Itchua val
ley on the lino of tbo Euffalo, New York,
and Philadelphia railroad to a depth of
4 foet, carrying away tho abutments of
the bridge on either tide of Iicbua.
largo body of men It engagod in repairing
tbo damages. Travel will be renewed
THE ATLANTIC DISASTER..
Halifax, April ".The invcttlgatlon
into the Atlantic- ditattor wat returned
tbit morning. C. L. Urady, third odesr,
told the ttory of the Ion of tho vectel.
When they decided to run for Halifax,
said he wat in bed when tho tbip ttruck;
being obliged to tako to tho riggingi
worked his way forward to niuko com
munication with tho rock; as previouily
ttatcd, noting was mid or dono to impede
patiengert coming on deck; don't know
what the speed wat when the ship ttruck;
tho captain did all any man could to tave
life; could distinctly too and hear bin)
from tho rock exerting himiclf ; from my
knowledge nnd experience of cruwr, that
of tho Atlantic was bettor pbylcnlly, and
fully at well disciplined, at tho average.
At the clofo of his examination Mr.
Drady stated on oath tbat tbo stories of
tho robbing of tbo dead aro entirely truo-
John Brown, fourth officer of the At
lantic, testified : Tho captain at one
o'clock Monday directed him lo alter tbo
courto to N 21 E for Halifax; wore then
runnings knots; coal was Increased
afterwards and at four o'clock tbo
speed was 11 knots; at midnight the
third officer told mo tho dittance
to Sambro was 48 tnilcs, tho ship hating
run 122 miles tlnconoon; tbo ship was
running 9 knots at midnight; at 1:30 tho
wind was north west, with a little swell
tbo leads wore all on tbo bridge rosdy for
sounding; botweon 1:80 and tbo time tho
ship struck, was on saloon dock,
about 10 foet bolow the bridge; I told cap
tain's boy not to call him till 3, and the
second officer told htm ho
would call tbo captain; socond
mate wns on tho bridge;
before 1 loft deck 1 wont to woatbor tido
and looked for a light; could not tee any
thing but open tea; in about half an hour
tbo ship ttruck; didn't lot tho boy call tbo
captain bocauso I knew tbo ship was not
run 48; all offlcors knew wo were running
intomako snore; no ono in my hearing
told second otlicor tho distanco wo had
run; one of tbo quartermasters Hiked mo
if ho ibould go to the main yard to lock
for land; told him it wai too toon;
I didn't hoar the rout of the sea on
shore, probably bocauto of tho noito of
tho engines; I neither saw tho breakers
nor saw tbo rout; I was in the iteorago at
tbo time; had not looked at tho chart and
did not know tho coast; the captain did
everything ho could to savo life; tbo crew
worked well; captain and other officers
were attentlvo and cfllclont, and all temp
erate mon; no cards or other games al
lowed; It is not truo that tbo captain was
playing cards half an hour before tbo
Washi.nqtck, April 7. A tolegram
from Gon. Canby this afternoon reports
tbo death at Tula Lake, yesterday, of Dr.
Thomas MbMillian of heart dlsjato. De
ceased was a resident of Kentucky.
SABBATH SCHOOL CELEBRA
TION IN INDIANA TO
LIS. THE COMING INDUSTRIAL EXPO
SIGN AT NASHVILLE.
THE OAS STRIKERS VFILL HOLD
SAIIHlTli SCHOOL CONVfcS'TIOK.
iNblA.vor-Lis, April 7. Tho teml-an-nual
annlvonary of tbo organization of
tabbsth schools in this city was celebrated
yesterday. Tbo first school was organi
zed In a cooper shop, with 30 scholars.
The scboolt now number 01, with over 000
teachers and nearly 0,000 scholars. Four
of the teachers of tbo flrH tchoolttlll tur
vlve. IXDL'STntAl. KIl-OhlTIOS.
N Abu vil. Lit, April 7.-TI.0 third an
nual induttrial cxpoililou of Nathvlllf,
which commences next month, prornltcs
to excel In inloieit Its predecessors. Art
hall and additions to tho building have
been comploteted, and applications for
space from exhibitors come in to rapidly
at to Iniura the full competency of the
Wasuisotox, April 7. Tho comp
troller of currency declared a tecond divi
dend of J& per cent, in favor of the credit
ors of Walkhlll National bank, at Middle
town, New York, making In all a divi
dend of SO per cent.
THE OAS 8TMKEU9.
New York, April 7. There is a full
tupplyofgaa In the down-town districts
to-nlgbt. Tho strikers say they will hold
out. No dltturbance is reported to-day,
and all men at work except tbote dis
charged by tbo Now York gas company.
A committee of workmen employed by
tbo Manhattan Co., waited on the leaders
of tho strkers of the New York company
to-day to make arrangements for a joint
meeting this evening, to contult.
THE WIFE OF A MINISTER
CONFESSES TO THE MUR
DER OF A WOMAN.
ARREST OF A WALL STREET
-BANKER FOR SWINDLING
A riKND WHO CUTS ON THE AVAR
PATH IS OALVESTON.
LAURA KEENE BRINGS LIBEL
SUIT FOR $15,000.
ETC., ETC., ETO.,
Cinc.voo, April 7. A Peoria ditpatch
says that parties from Modorla stato that
Mrs. "Workman, wife of tho Eureka
Mcthodltt mlnltter, confcised to killing
Mrs. Hodges at Eureka. She says she
did it In self-defenso. Tho general feel
ing Is Mn. "Workman was drlvon frantic
by tho ditcovory of her hutband't too inti
malo relations with tho "Widow liedgei,
and, in a fit of desperation, killed tho sup
posed cause of her domestic misery.
IIS CUTS AND fi LASIX EH.
Galvksto, April 7. At 10 o'clock
last night a man calling himself James
Holm, drow a knlfo and cut a boy whoto
Duma Is unknown, and in bit attempt to
oicane attacked and cut thrco unotTencing
parties who happened to bo In bis way.
Officer Ferguson, In attempting to mako
tbo arrett, wat tho next to recelvo tbo
knife, and died in live minutes afterward.
W. Beniion, an old and rotpocted cltizen(
wbo wat ono of the unfortunates, bas
since died, and it Itthougbtthattwo others
will die- Henry Mixors a driver for en
gine No 2 It is lolioved will dio. Tho
firemen swaro vongance agalntt Holm.
Intento excitomcnt provails, ar.d it it lo
lioved he nover will bo allowed, by a mob
to have a trial. Home of tho police force
already atterted tholr courso if callob on
to dofondtholall. Holm gives his name
New York, April 7. Kugone E.
Pinckncv. who keeps a banking and ex-
cbango offico In a basement in Wall
street, was to-day arrested and lodgod in
Ludlow street jail, charged with swindling
a German emigrant named John Clark
tendorfer out of $300.
WANTS A STAY.
The counsel for Robert Bleakly, charged
with tho murder of Maud Morrill, to-day
applied for a delay in order to obtain
proof of tbo prltoner's inianity. Docitlon
Madamo Laura Koono, actren, has
brought suit against O. M. Bresford, of
the Amorlcan Literary bureau, to recover
$1&,000 damages for alleged llbol.
Tbo trial of John Vansyckles, chargod
with the poisoning of his wife last Octo
ber, began in Brooklyn to-day.
Judge Tappan, on application for tbo ro
J9at of Mrs. Moysrs, a witness in the
Goodrich caso, to-day granted a writ of ha
boas corpus, returnable to-morrow.
1IANQID AT LAST.
GMCACio, April 7. A Poorln ditpatch
tavt tbo Democrat f this city has infor-
, il..t lllT...I it.
maUon to the ousct toat u eai, iuo uju r-
doror confined In tho Peoria county Jail
hit fall for killing a man nt
ElPaso, nnd who wat acqulltod by
tho Woodford Circuit court, killed an
other man nt Slreator, LaSalle county, a
dy r.r two ngo. Ho attempted to got out
ol town, but a crowd of oxcitcd miners
caught him and hanged him without fur
thor ado. No particulars bavo been received.
Washington, April 7. Probftbllltloi
Tho low baromeror in area extends north
eattwardly to tbo Ohio valley on Tuesday,
southwesterly winds and cloudy and rainy
weather prevail In the Gulf states. For
tho South Atlantis-stales falling Wome
ter. southerly winds and cloudy weather.
For the Mlddlo and Eastern states falling
barometor, oasterly windr, cloudy weathor,
and possibly light rain, except in Vir
ginia and Maryland, whoro partly cloudy
woatbor without rain is more probable.
For the Lower Lakes falling tomperature,
northwest and northeast winds, and
cloudy weather. For the.Obio valley and
Illinois falling barometer, northeast
windt, clouds aud rain. For tho Upper
Lakes and tho Korthwott fresh to brisk
northerly winds, cold and cloudy weather.
Cautionary signals aro ordered for Now
Orloans and Mobile.
New York, April 7. Money stringent.
The reported action of the state authori
ties to enforce tbo proviiions of the uri
ury laws is being mot defiantly by tbo
leaders, who threaton to withhold from
tho market tho money which for tho last
week commanded en low ratos about 1 per
cent for use. Early In tbo day loans
ranged at 11-1$, but latter rates were 3-1C
to till after 3 o'clock. Money h still
coming in from the interior in largo sums.
The combination in gold appear to haro
control of tho market, and showed their
bound to-day by letting out a littlo and
putting down tho prlco J per cent., then
running it up again, or holding it at their
option. Opening price 10, from which
thero was a fall to 16, riso to 16, fall to
18, closing at leg. Loans flat, for car
rying. Treasury disbursement! 41,000.
Customs receipts 325,000. Sterling dull
and hoary a.t 77J for sixty days, and 8
8 for slgbt. Governments 83
higher. Germans bought 800,000 for ship
ment; one firm olono has exported
12,000,000 slnco tho first of January.
State bonds dull. Stocks firm early in tho
day, without any aaaterlal advance, but n
Rise and Full ol thu River
For 21 hours cndlu; .1 p. m., April 7. 1S73.
Little Rock. ,
1'ort Smith. , .
1MVII) W. HARNETT.
Observer Big. Scr. U. S. A.
Little Rock, April 7. Rtvor falling
4 feot 8 inches. Arrivod: Armndilln
Cincinnati. Departed: Jennie Hawaii,
Ft. Smith. "Weather cloudy and rainy.
Nashvillk, April 7. Rivor falling; 8
feet largo on Harpeth iboalt. Weather
fair and warm. Arrived: John Lumsden
and John Gilmorc, Cairn; V 1 Gracey,
Mt. Vernon; Silverthorne, Evansvlllt;
EI,on Hughes Upper Cumberland. De
parted; John Lumsden, Cairo; F I'
Gracey, Ohio; Burksville, Missouri river;
Enanhvillk, April 7. Cloudy with
much rain; growing colder; mercury 7U
to 60 degrees. River fallon 1C Inches.
Dewn: Bowling Greon, 10 p.m.; Wild
Duck, Liborty and bargct, 6; l'at Rogers,
Anna, Arkansas Bollo. Up: Quickstep,
Fayette and Morning Star, llusinets lair.
Cincinnati, April 7. River 31 feot
and falling. Arrived; Dan Uoono, Ken
tucky river; O B Church. New- Orloans;
It R Hudson, Wheeling; Henry I'robasco
and Bollo Vornon, Memphis. Weathor
fair and warm.
Vicksuuro, April 7. Down: Indiana,
Fargoud, Jasper, John Howard, Atlentio
and barges. Up: Turner, Bltmarck
Maud Bigloy and bargo. Weather
cloudy and warm, River rising,
Louisvillk, April 7. River falling 12
feot canal 10 foot .chute. Thunder Strom
with rain this morning; cloudy all dav
and to-night. Butinost brisk. Arrivod;
Charmer, Evansville; Thos W. Moans
and barges; fronton; Minnoola, and bar
ges, St- Louis, Departed: Clmrmor Cin
cinnati; Hogler, Arkansas rivor, Minno
ola, Nowport; City of Cairo Now Orleans.
N rw Oklxanb, April 7. Arrived: City
Quincy, St. Louis. Departed: Itobort
Mitchell, Cincinnati. Cloudy and warm
PiTTSiiURO, April 7. Rivor is swelllvg
with 10 feot 8 inches In tho cbandol. The
Monongabola is stationary, Tho rlto in
the Ohio is from tho Allogbony, which Is
riling at Oil City, and a rite horo in 48
hours It expected. Arrivod: Carrio
Brooks, Zanotville. New Stetn, Whcollng;
Fied Wilson No 2, Loultvlllo. Woatber
cloudy and warm.
St. Louis, April 7. Flour dull and
unchanged. Wheat dull; No 2 spring
$1 IB; No 3 $1 40. Corn ossior; No U
mtxod 3435c; No 2 white 30c. Oats
steady and firm; No 2 mlxod 28JJ9c.
Barloy dull, liyo lower; No 2 C870c.
Fork weak; small lots $10 40QIO B0;
held $10 76; D S moats lewor; clear rib
0o spot. Bacon quiet; shoulders 7Jo stl
ler May; clear sides l6jc Septcmbor;
tboulders 77c; clear rib , OJO'Jjc;
Lard firm; 8o offered; 8jdJcJ askod.
Hogs steady, $1 855 40. Cattle firm,
$25; nativu cows and boifera S 2i
4 26; ttockor steers $83 76; fair to
choico fatsteors S4 2CG.
Chicago, April 7. W host firm and de
mand light, No 2 spring $1 10J1 10;
regular 1 18; strictly froth No 3 tl 03j;
No 2 April $1 10. Corn in fair demand,
No mixed 3030Jc cash. Oats steady
20Jo for staidly fresh; 2124Jo regular.
Ryo stoady. Barley steady 7Jc regular;
70c fresh. Provisions easlor, pork hold at
$15 C01G 62 cash; $1& C0tG 00 May;
lard quiet $8 358 37 cash; ;'8 4&Q8 M)
May; barns in plckU 10j13q shoulders
CQitic: looso CJQc; boxed bacon tboul
ders 7 jcjclcar rib Oqcler 0c hams 13lfic;
all packed. Highwlncs 8Cjc.
MsMrms, April 7. Cotton scarce and
firm; good ordinary ICtOJqlow midd
ling 17jQl8c; receipts 1,836: shipments
3,465; stock 43,300. YWr dull and nomi
nal. Corn meal dnll and lower, $2. Corn
heavy receipts. Oats scarce and firm, 42
(3)l3c. Hay dull and lower, 2026.
liran quiet and weak $IG1C CO. Bacon
and shoulders 7J7Jc; sides 910c.
Lard firm; tiorco b)9c, keg 01Of.
Fork scarce and firm.
New York-, April 7. Flour dull and
heavy, super western $0 1&0 05; com
mon to choice 10 908 25; whito wheat
X $3 00010 00. Whiskey quiet OIJc.
Wheat dull, hcavr, too 2 Milwaukee afloat
$1 CO; rejoctod spring $1 4001 45; win
tor red western $1 7001 84. Ryo dull.
Barley quiet, westojn $1 10. Corn dull,
now westorn mixed G3(3C5c; old afloat
5C5Jq In store G30Sc; Oats now
woitorn mixed 00053; black do 59c. Cof
fee quiet. Sugar and molasses quiet, Fork
firmer, new mess $17 V5Q17 70; May
mess $17 37)017 40. Beef quiet, un
changed. Cut meats dull and heavy.
Hams 12013c; shoulders 7)8c; middles
firm, short clear Ujc; long clear for bal
ance of month OJc; short clear May OJc
Lard Armor, western steam $8 87; kettle
$9 12J9 23.
Nxw Orleans, April 7. Flour dull;
double C0O; treblo 7J0J8 60. family
$90510. Corn dull; mixed CC0Olc.
Oats quiet at 4Gc Bran at 85090c. Hay
dull; primo 24o. Fork dull held $17 50.
U.S. meats dull, at i jfa,.ij. uacon uuu,
at 7ffl9. Hams at Uc. Lard refined
scarce; tierco 8Jc; keg 0jc. Sugar dull
fair to good fair 58H. jioiasses nuiot,
at 25 to COc. Whisky dull at I005c.
Coflco at 1719e. Sterling 2GJ; sight ;
premium gold l .lo. uouon qniet sales oi
4600 ordinary 13133; good ordlnry 16
10; low mldllng 18018; midling Or
leans 19J0191; receipts 6 1G0; exports
great Britain 89 40; Baltimore 50; stock
INTERNAL REVENUE CIRCULAR.
U. S. Internal Retinue, "
Collector's Ornce, 13th Dis't,
Metropolis, Ills, April 1, 1873. j
Whoreas, tho act of congress approvod
December 21th, 1872, abolishes tbo offices
of assessor, and assistant astetior, and
special circular No. 128, Ittuod by the
honorable commUtionor of Internal reve
nue, fixes tho 20th day of May, 1873, as
tbo dato when such offico shall cease to
exist and whereat, the act of congress ns
aforesaid, transfers to and imposes upon
collectors of internal revenue to be per
formed by them and their deputies, all of
tna duties pertaining to said oluccs of at
testor and assistant assessor, And provides
that all returns and reports heretofore re
quired by law, to bo maJo to said assessor
und assistant assessor, shall bo mado to
said collectors of Internal rovenuo after
tho 20th day of May 1873, and also
that al special taxes imposed by
law, accruing after tho 30th
day of April, 1873, shall bo paid by
stamps denoting tho tax; and that any
person engaged in any business, avocation,
or employment, who is thereby mado lia
ble to a special tax, (oxcept poddlars of to
bacco,) (hall placo nnd keop conspicuously
In bis establishment, or placo of business,
all tumps denoting tho payment of such
special tax ; and tbat every pur non who
thall through negllgoncc, fail to pluce, and
keep said stamp, thall upon conviction bo
tentencod to puy penalty equal to tho
special tax for whieh bis business rendered
him liable, and thu costs of prosecution ;
but in no catu shall tho poualty bo lest
than ten dollar, and whero tho liiiluro to
complv with tho law shall bo through
wllltul neglect or refusal, then tho penalty
shall bo doublo tho amount presented as
Thorcioro tho following instruction!,
and schodule of occupations, subject to
special tax, are published for tho informa
tion of those whom it may concorn :
Rectifiers, (200 00
Doalors, retail liquor :j oo
Dealers, wholesalu liquor 100 00
Retail deaUrs in malt liquor 20 00
Wholesale do 50 00
Manufacturers of stills CO 00
Manufacturers of cigars lo 00
Dealers in loaf tobacco 20 00
Retail dealers in loaf tobacco 500 00
And for annual sales over $1000,
for every 51, over S1000 60
Dealers in manufactured tobacco. 0 00
Manufactururs of tobacco lo 00
Brewers, (annual munufacturu
loss than 600 barrols) 60 00
Brewers,(annual manufacture not
loss than 600 do 100 00
Foddlors of tobacco wbon travel
ling with more than two horsos,
or otber aunimals, 1st class 60 00
Foddlors of tobacco whon travel
ling with two horses, mules, or
other animals '2d class 20 00
Foddlors of tobacco when travel
ling with one horse, mule or
other animal, 3rd clatt 15 00
Fcddlors of tobacco whon travel
ling on foot, or by public con-
vayenco 4th class..., 10 00
Any person, firm, or corporation, who
shall engago in or continue to carry on,
any of occupations, or butinett, at named
in tbo foregoing tchedule, after tho 30th
day oi April 1873, without flrtt tiling an
application upon blank form 11 for tpo
clal tax and making payment to tho col
lector of Intornal rovonue, and procuring
tho special tax stamps, authorizing them
to exurcite, or to carry on such buslnett,
will subject, .tbouiiolvoa to and bo caused
to pay, the tlnot, and penalties, proscribed
by law tor to doing.
It bas herotoforo boon tho practlco,
when parties were about commencing
business, foe them to simply make appli
cation to tbo assessor for spocial tax, and
then (beforo tbo payment is made) open
their doors for tbe transaction of business,
and await tbo call of tho colloctor to mako
Notice is hereby glvsn, that this prso
tlco will posltlrely, be dltcontlnued, and
that the parties must first procure the spe
cial tax stamp prescribed by law, for their
particular business, and placo, or koap tbo
aroe in aconsplcuout.'placo in their placess
of buslnoii, as required by law, before ax.
posing, or offering for sale, any article fcr
which tho law requires a special tax to bo
paid, to sell, or, offor for salo or prosecu
tion for failure will bo certainly entered
in every instance without any exception.
Fay mon t of taxes may bo mado to this
office by rcmittanco prepaid by express,
or otherwise at tbo tax-payer's own ritk.
and on receipt of rcmitianco tho special
tax stamp, or receipt, will bo forwarded to
him by mall tr othorwlse as ho may di
rect at bis risk.
Whon a tax-payer It in business May
1, or commences business during the
month of May of any year, the full
amount of tho tax for ono yoar Is re
quired by law to bo paid, but whero a
party commences business at any tlmo
subsequent to May 31, ho is only re
quired by law to pay pro rata frem tbo
commencement of tbo month in which ha
engages in business to May 1 next en
suing. No local depullea will bo employed af
ter May 1, 1173, In this district further
than to wind up tho old butlneit then in
their hands, and after tbo 30th day of
April. 1873, all applications for special tax
and alto all paymonts, aro required to be
mauo to tna collector only, or sucn acpu
ty at be may antborlzo to recelvo the
same. J. O. Willis,
Collector Intornal Rovenuo, Thirteenth
District of Illinois.
THE TRUE ART OF MAKING OUR
From the Saturday Review.
The oddest consequence of tbo artificial
stale in which wo And ourtelelves obliged
to lira is that aaturo looks like affection,
and tbat tho highest art is the most llko
naturo of anything wo know. It It in
drawlng-roomi at on tbo stage. A thor
oughly inartificial actor would bo a mere
mummy, Just as in the Greek theatre a
man in his natural face would
bavo .socnicd mean and insiflnitl-
cant to the spectators nccustomod
to fixed typos of borolc slzct
and tot intentiun. But ho whoso acting
brings tbo house down because of itt
"truth to naturo," It bo whoto art hat beon
tho most profoundly studied, and with
whom tho concealment of art has, there
fore, been tho most perfectly attained. So
In society. A man of thoroughly natural
mannert would pais as oltber morose or
pert, according to bit mood cither stupid
bocauso disinclined to exert hlintolf, or
obtrutlvo becauso in the humor to talk
Ho would mean no offense, but he would
mako blmtolf ditacreeablo all the tamo.
Such a man it tho pest of hit club, and
tlio nuisance or every drawing room ne
enters. It matters littlo whether ho
Is constitutionally boorish or good na
turod ; ho it natural ; and bit naturalness
comos like an ugly patch ot frlczo on tbo
cloth ot gold with which tbo goddoia of
conventionality it drapod. Natural
women, too, may bo found at times
women wbo domonstrato on small occa
.i n . . i . 1 - - i, v...
women who akin llko vounc lambs when
they are pleased, and pout llko naughty
children whon they aro displeased; who
disdain all those little arts oi orcis wnicn
conceal defects and heighten beauties, and
who aro always at war with tho fashions
of tbo day; who despiso
those constitutional graces of manner
which havo como to bo part of tuo relic
Ion of society, contradicting point blank,
softening no refutal with tho expression
of a regret tuey do not rool, yawning In
tho faco of tho bore, admiring with tho
naivete of a tarago whatever Is now to
them or pleating. Such women aro not
agrocablo companions, howovor devoid of
(xtfectlon they may be, however stanch ad
herents to t'V.'.u and things at thoy aro,
accordltig to their boast. Tho woman
wbo bas not a particle of untrained ipon
tanclty left in hor, and who haa herself in
nana on all occasions, who giros
bcrsolf to her company and who is always
collected, graceful and at easo playing her
part without u trip, but always playing
her part and never letting herself drop
into uncontrolled naturalness, this Is tho
woman whom mon ntrreo to call, not only
charming but thoroughly natural as well.
On tho other hand, tlio unrestrained wo
man wbo speaks just at tho thinks, nnd
who cares moro to oxprest her own sensa
tions than to study those of her compan
ions, is sneered at as silly or un
dorbred, as the current sots, or per
haps ns afl'ected, her transparency,
to which the world is not
accustomed, and to which it does not with
to get accustomed, puzzlng tho critics of
tholr kind. Social naturalness, llko per
fect theatrical representation, It every
where tho result nf the best art ; tbat It, of
tho mott careful training. It simulates
solf-fbrgotfulncfs by tbo very perfection
of its self-control, while untarlned naturo
Is self-assertion at all corners, and is
founded on the imperious consciousness of
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AUT DKPA IIT1I EXT. It of
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America') puuuu anprt-euiu a. ulncero ol-' "
fort In tbo cauto of Art. Thn iml-'.I.hers Ml
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demonstrated, havo exerted llirmst lves to'red
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friends ot the Aldlnc. mp-
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Pit EM I CM CHHOMOS KOU 1873. was
Every subscrllicr to tho Aldino, who pay c"rt
In advunco for llio year J87U, will receive, 'day
without additional charge, a pair of beaut I- then
fill oil chromos, after J. J. Hill, the eminent Vlty
EiiL-lisli painter. Tho pictures, cntltl'i
"Tho VUIufjo llelle," and "Cmsslng tho k.
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S3 dllt'erent plates, requiring; So impreIoni
and tints to perfect each picture The saint.
chrnmos aro sold for $.10 per pair, In the art
stores. As It Is the di-u-ruiin.itlnn of ltn con
ductors to keep tliu Aldino out of the reach ,t,,r
ot competition In every department, tho "
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odlcal, will mark un epot h In tho history ol '
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even to tuosn best acquainted wlUi tho f?,,
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