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JOHN II. OBERLY, PKOPIUETOR.
our churches.
PKKSBYTKUIAN-EUM. f trcct.
I'rcachtntr, habbatlt ut Mfr a.m. am) TJ-p.m
1'rcyer uwrtiiur, Wuiliieailav at 71 p. in.
jbhatb School, 3 inn. .1. M. I.innlfii, gii
porintenileiit. I Ik v. II. Tiiavi.i:, l'ador
HCTIIODI3T. Cor. KlphtJi and Walnut St.
I'rea'cbitifr, Sabbat li at mi :i.ni., and 7 . in
rrnvrrnii-ctlnjf, Weiliieeilay,"! p.m.
Sabbath tffhool, 3. p.tn. I.. V. Mlltwell,
HuperlntGiiilf ut. Ue.v. K. I.. TiiouraoN,
I'm tor.
CHURCH OK THE JlKlH:KMK(Kplfco..
pal,)
Morning rrayrr. Habhath loj .in.
Kve nitiir jirHjrpiT, 11 p.m.
ftbb,fit,'hoo,te:K.(Oi.vfHe.tnr.
eT. PATRICK'" ("If t1l "11 Ninth M. ami
W.-iMiltutton Atetiur.
Public KTvlff, Mbli-'th M:tO anil Ulj .in.
W-ncr. 7 t'.m.
iiiii.iiu ."(.nooi.
p.m.
s.'Mlc-c cerv ilir. n.n
Itr.v. 1. J. O'll aliukan, Vcirru
.T. .lOKI'll'S CHl'ltCII.-Uinrrnnn., cor- ',
bit ol Walnut uiii! Cn trtt.
kfttiliut li Mt til oVlnel. h. m.
V(-ic!, tt p. in. ;
tai iliirlnx week iliv, 5 clock . in.
Iti:v. i . Hoffman, 1'rif t.
fii:itji.N i.rniKitA.sciittitcii-i.itij
urctt betnei-u W.nlilnKtoii Avcutie aud
Walnut U"t. . . , , I
1'rfBililiitf FiitnUy morntnir at 10 o dock.
Sabbnth School at a o'clock p.m.
lltv. llon'T. Hki.MO, Ptur.
VOl'NO MUX'S ClIUIn'IIAN AHSoflA
TlUX. HcguMr liii-ttliii second Mouilay
scbinonlbat thi-lr room over kockmcji
A- Cn'.lmnL ulnri'. ( 111111111 rclttl a!llUC
!
VV-kly Prayer iiieeliiiK, rlJay,7, p.m. at
the room. ., ...
I,. W. SlM.I.WEM.. President.
flXOXD MISSIONARY HAPTlsT
UlL'ltCII. Corner sycamore ami 1
hr-t street. Prcacblm; sahbntb at II
o'clock a. Hi. ami 3 o'clock p. id.
Sunday school 1 o'clock p. m.
The church U cotiiicct-d with the lUlnol
AocIatloii, by the Plrt MMonaiy lia-
tlit Church ot Cairo.
lti;v. soloion Leonard, Putor.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
twecu Walnut and Cedar.
.Service, .Sahhath. tl a.m.
SaSbatU school, 11 p.m.
ClaM mecU at J p.m.
KKCONI) KilKK WII.I. IJAITIST'-Klf.
leenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Serrlcex babbutti, 11 ami 3 p. in.
Jtr.v. N. Hickh, I'tor.
mrXWIM, MAPI 1ST HO.MB .MINION
.SAIII1AT11 hCMOOl.. Corutr aluut
and Cedar .Street".
Sabbath School. 9 a.m.
FIIWT KHIIK WlU. UAlTliT CIIirilCH
-C'urrj' llrrack
henfcet.Salibalh 11 a.m., n p.m. .lp.ni.
Hkv. Wi. Kkllky, I'a-tor.
FIlttT MISSIONAKV UAl'lisT CllUltCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth fctt.
PreacLlns Sabbath. JOJ a,m. and 7J p.m.
Prayer mcetinjf, Wednesday eveulnif.
1'rcachllu, Fnilay etenlus.
HabbaUi school, H p.m. John i-nllaxtcr
aud Mary Stepheui. auperintendenti.
ItKV. T. J. SiioitKs, Tailor.
SECOND UAI'TIST CI1UHCII Fouiteenlh
street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only liaptUt church tecognUed by the Av
koclatlon.
Servlcet, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Itrv. Jacou liitAiiLcr. Cler.
SI-X'IIET ORDEKS.
THK MASONS.
CA1H0 COMMANUKKV, No. 13.-ftated
' Aiiembly at the AnjlumMakonlc Hall, tlr.t
and third Monday In each month.
CAIItO COUNCIL, No. 21. KeifiUar Convo.
catlou at Matouic Hall, the necoud Friday
In each month.
CA1UO CHA1TWI No. 71.-ltfjrular Con
vocation at .Mmonlc Hall, on the third
Tuciday ot even- month.
CAIKO LOUGK, No. 237 K.4 A. M.-Ucgil.
lar Communlcatlona at Masonic Hall, tlio
tecoud and fourth Monday of each month.
THK ODD-FKIXOWS.
ALEXANDKlt 1.OD0K, l Meets in Odd
Kcllow Hall, In Artcr'a bulldlu, every
Thursday oenln at b o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
Oovernor .lohn I.. HetoriUge.
Lleutenant-Oovemor
Secretary of State Ueorce II. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. K. l.ipptncott.
State Treaurer Ca-per Kuu.
Attorney General Jaraea K. hd-ull.
Supt.l'ubllc Inntructlon-Newton liatcmau
CONOHliSMEN.
Senator Hlchard J. Oflefby aud John A.
ifeprenentatlve Elyhteenth District I-tfcc
ClnmenH.
3IEM11KR3 GENKItAL ASSEMUI.V.
ncpreKfrnathcii In the W)th Ult-lct.
John 11. Obrrly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
ew.I. lncore.
Senator for the &Oth dlnrict. Jc'c are,
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIHCUIT COUHT.
Judire D. J. Haker, of Alexander.
State' Attorm-y Tatrlck H. Pop.-.
Clerk It. S. Yoeum.
Sheritr A. II. In In.
Win. Martin Awiexior and Treasurer.
count v COUHT.
Judge F. llront.
Aiaoclaien J. K. McCrlte anil S. MarchIN
acrk Jacob 0. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Ooni'roan.
MUNICIPAL "OOVEUSMENT.
Mayor John M. Lansden.
Treaiurer It. A. Cunningham.
. Comptroller K. A. Ilunintt.
Clerk Michael Howley.
, Mamhal Andrew Cain.
, Attorney V. II. I'ope.
Police Jlaglatratca F. Bros and 11. Sl.an
- Chief of Police L. n. Mycin.
SELECT COUNCIL.
Mavor John M. Lannden.
KUt Ward-P. O. Hclmli.
. Second Ward C. It. oodwanl.
. Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Slants Taylor.
City-at-Large W. 1. Halliday nd 1).
UUf ' HOARD OF At.DKIlMr.If.
Flret Ward -.Tame lteardcn, A, U. Saf-
i08econdaWard-n! H. Cunningham, K. Uu
iter O. Stanccl, Jarae Swayne.
r Third WardWni. Stratum, J. 11. PblUI.
Fourtli Ward-Jno. II. Hobinson, O. II.
Seaie, J. 11. Mctcalf.
H. WARDNER, M. D.
Offlco anil UeMdcnco 111 Commercial avc
nuc, (uext door to tho Atlieiicuin).
DR. B. 0. TABBR,
Will reiumo the practice ol hi) profc"'0."
VanaMal reference to the electrlca
twatmeTotl il,era.e!;eiu all tho new and Im
proved methoda of application.
In all canea of female complalnU a lady
will bo In attendance. ,
Office, 123 Commercial avenue, up talr.
WILLIAM It! SMITH, M. D.
ESIDENOK-No. i Thlrtwnth ..
'p-US aomniarclaUvanua, up ttalr.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
T)WllDNOI-orntrWlnth and Walnut ita,
OfNkwt-reai t a.a. II an., Md I p,
lm GflD ADUIfl
1 1 liiiiiunnrniu.
! . ,
POLITICAL.
ARKANSAS IS AKXIOt'S FO It A
GOVERNMENT OF SOME
SORT.
rfCKNKHAND INCIDENTS AliOtT
THK WHITE HOU.SH.
THK ORPHAN'S OF SOLDIERS AND
SAILORS CALL OK THK
PRESIDENT
ETC.,
ETC.,
KTC.
Awr HokT or ooTKimrtxT win. do.-
Littlk Hock, April 11. In tno
ntHtodny IlatoIKT prwonlcd a memorM
to congreu aiklng that Arkani bo ivon
a K001 republican government, n good
tnodhrchy, or a gootl despotic power.
THE KXrxVTIVR MANSIeV.
WmiIILvoixs, April 14. Thoro wa
a very large number of vIMton at the ex
ocutivo manilon to-day, many of whom
called to pay their rcipccti, and nearly all
pruent had Interviews with the prcildent.
Thre waf reference madu by nil tbcm
gontleinun to tbo jirovailiuc; tojile of the
Indian murder. Tun preiident aclied for
ft'Idltional Information, but ttyond that
already publltbed tbcro arc no detail
The preildont alto roce'ived a call to-da.
from tho soldier' and itllora orphani
who make It a cnttom to par their r
pccti to him on Katter .Monday. Tbo
child rtn were recelrod In the Km room,
and ihouk hand with the pretident,
COI.LECTOK UAILKV
Hn tolegrapbeii to Commlniunor Doug
la that tho New York Central I'.ailroad
company bad lued him, and waro about
to replevy tho good ielz J by him. The
commliOoner replied, Instructing him to
retain poMOfiion of the property seized,
and sell a advertlel. All persons inter
fering with tbo collector' possession will
bo proceeded against criminally.
INDIAN AFFAIRS.
UNIVERSAL EXPRESSIONS OF
SORROW FOR GEN.
CANBY.
THE MODOC'S TO BE
FROM THE FACE
TUB EARTH.
SWEPT
OF
GEN. OANHVS TP.U5T AND HIS
INSTRUCTIONS.
GEN. DAVIS TO TAKE HIS COM
MAND. ETC.,
KTO,
ETC.
NO PEACE FOR THE MODOC.
Washington, April 14. The following
dispatches show tho earnestness of the
t;overnment to punish tho Modocs:
HEADQUARTERS U. S. A 1
Washington, April 12, 1&7S.
To General Oilom. Moduc ciuin, via
Yreka, California:
Your dispatch announcing tho terrible
lots to the country of Uen. Canby by tho
perfidy of the Modoc band of Indians has
been shown the pnsidont, who authorizes
mo to instruct you to mako the attack so
strong that their fato may be commensu
rati with their crime. You will be full v
justltied in their utter extermination.
Signed. YV. T. Sheiivan.
Uen. Sherman in a dispatch to Gen.
ScoflulJ, say the presldont now sanction
the most "evoro punisbmont of the Mo
docs, and I hopo.to hear that they bavo
met tho doom tboy have earned by their
Insolenco and perfidy, Consult Uen, Gil
lem, and have every honor paid to the re
mains of Gen. Canby, and you may be
nuro that any measure of severity to the
savages will be iustainod.
THE COURSE TO J1K fERSUEP.
YVasiunciton, April 14. The treachery
of the Modoc Indians and tho death of
Gun. Canby and Commissioner Thomas
produced more excitcmont than any event
which transpired lor many month. The
anxiety to hear tho particular has been
groat. The tint impulso,when the new
came, of many of those who havo
ben tho strongest tupportor of
tho peace policy, was to declare that it
must bo abandoned and unrolontlng war
niado upon all Indian who rofuso to go
upon reservations and act poacoab y. A
tho fact become known, in con
nection with the Modoc troublo,
thero is loss disposition to dedaro tho
puaco policy a failure, and to attach blamo
to tho interior department for tlia event
of last woek. Socrotary Deluno stated to
day that tho whole mattor was In the
hands of Gen. Canby, and that
he had absolute powor over
the peaco commissioners, nnd could aven
romove thorn if in his opinion it becamo
necenary. Gen. Canby bad the unlim
ited confidence of the presldont, Gen.
Sborman and Secrolnry Dolano. The lat
ter felt that to hi good Judgmont every
thing could bd trusted, and thorsfore no
restriction wero placed upon him,
Ho wa a warm nipportor
of tho peaco policy, and it was at the re
quest ot tbo military that the poace com
missioner wai appolntod. After an at
tempt to dislodge tbo Modocs had proven
unsuccessful, tho Indian being afraid of
the military, the lutUr requeued that a
commissioner be sent out to act with
them, believing by this mean the
Indians could b Induced to corns out
CAIRO.
o' their stronghold In Lava bed
anli;o on a reservation. Secretary De
lano and Oon. Sherman had a protracted
interview with the president, and it Is
clnimed a decision was reached that the
military lose no time in punishing tlie
Modoc. Oen. Sherman Is of oplnln that
tin tnmpi oa the ground will bn ample
to end Din war, but it It
conceded that it will bavo to be dono at a
fearful loss to the military, the position of '
tbn Indian being almost Impugnable. !
Secrotary Delano says there will bo no
abitidontnent on the part of thn president '
of the policy which has been inaugurated, 1
but taat where tribe provo re
fractory, they will be turned over
to the military. Ho is, however, very
much afraid that othor tribe now at
peace will be incited by tho 'action of tho
Modocs to go on the war-path.and In such
an event a general Indian war will ensue.
If jl'C MmIuci can be captured or exter
minated other tribe will be restrain!,
but If they mako tbelr e4Cpo and
get with other Indian, great danger Is to
be approhendtd. The following aro part
ot tho instructions given Commissioner
Mcachatn when about to depart on his
mission nnd now for the first time made
public: ''Tho commission will, beforo en
tering upon tbo discharge of their duties,
confer with Gen. Canby, and for tbls pur
pose will arrange to meet him at the
most available point. Tho commission
will also confer In subsequent proceedings
with (ien. Canby, and act undur
his advi;o a fir a pottiblei
alwayi with his co-oporatlcn
Tho objects to bo attained by tbo commis
sion art- i'trst, to ascertain the causes
which have led to difficulties and hotilttle
between tho United States troop and the
Modoc. Secondly, dovite the most efiec
tlvo and judicious measure for pre
venting the continuanco of these
hostilities, and for the restoration of
peace, tbo commission will in no wise at
tempt to direct the military authoritie in
referenci to their movement It will be
at liberty, however, to inform the com
manding officer of the wish of this depart
ment, that no more force or violencee
be used than in hi opinion
be deemed absolutely necessary and pro
per, it being the desiro of the department,
in this case as well in all other casos of
like character, to conduct it communica
tions with the Indiaa In such a manner
a to e:ure peace and obtain their confi
dence, if possible, and voluntarily consent
to a compliance with tuch regulation as
may be deemed necessary for their pres
ent and future welfare.
OEN. canbt's command.
Gen. Jeff. O. Davis, now in Indiana,
will bedlrec'.el immediately to the com
mand mde vacant by the death ot Gen.
Canby.
NO MERCY TO HE SHOWN.
The secretary of tbo Interior to-day said
he should ask no mercy whatever for the
Modocs. Ho did not think tbey would
oriously ctToct tba policy which protected
friendly Indians, and punished those hos
tile. Oon. Canby was in accord with the
policy, and had boen entrusted with the
management of the proceed connoctod
with the Modoc mission, and hi decision
was to be final.
Washington, April 11. The follow
ing 1 a copy of the telegram placing tho
Modoc peaco commissioner undor control
of Oon. Canby:
Heidquartkhs or u. s. a.
Wasminoton, March 24, 1873.
To Gon: E. K. S. Canby, Commanding
Van liremen Ranch, Modoc coountry,
via Yreka, California:
Secretary Delano is in possession of all
your dispatches up to March 16, and he
advises tlio secrotary of war that hoi so
impressed with your wisdom and desiro
to fulfil the peaceful policy of
tho governmont that ho authorizes
you to remove from the present commis
sion any member you tbink unfit, and ap
point others to their place, and report
through us to him such change. This
actually devolve on your onure manage
ment of tho Modoc question, nnd the sec
retary of war instruct ma to carry this
message to you wun ins sanction auu ap
proval. tflgnouj, vm.aiiKRMAN, ucnerai.
CRIME.
JNQUIST TO J1E HELD.
New York April 14. Tho coroner will
hold inquost Wodnotday in the case of
Mr. McDormott, who was o brutally
murdorod by her husband. McDormott
is kopt In a straight jacket. His persist
ent attempts to commit suicide induco the
belief that ho I Insane.
THAT WOMAK.
The woman who claims to be tho wife
of Gen. Arlington, who was found last
week on tho ttreet, suffering from Abor
tion, will recover. She is not tho wife of
Gen. Arlington, The general is dead, and
hi widow it much annoyod by tho pre
tentions of tho sick woman,
ARRETTED ON SUSPICION,
Mkm'tus, April 14. Last Saturday a
man named Yaughan, with half a dozen
aliases, was arrostoi by tbo pollco on sus
picion of hi being tho man who assassin
ated 3on. Tho. 0. Ilindman of Helena,
mme four yoar inco, while silting near
the flro, surrounded by his family,
Tho polico ore vory retlciont In regard to
tho matter, but it is stated the arrost of
Vaughan it based on loiters written by him
stating ho wa blrod to do the deed by par
tie who'e object was to avonge the ruin
of a young lady by Ilindman. Other par
ties it is tall will alo be arrottod, and the
wholo mattor given to the public In a few
days.
UIDWELL RECAPTURED,
Havana, April U Dldwell was rc
captured by the police on the toa shore 20
miles above tbls city, lie bruited his
baudi and leg severely when be jumped j
ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, APRIL
from the balcony of the prison. Map
of the city and Island were found on hit
porson. He refuse to saj who aided him
In hi escape. Illdwoll's friends undoubt
edly neglected to lntruct him at to tbi
route ho hould tako upon leaving the
city.
MURDERED.
i Cuarlkiiion. April 14. Mrs. Johnon.
the wifo of v keeper of the Cape Koman
nKht-bouso, wm found In bed last night
wllh her Ulf0,t cut ffora r t0 ear and a
razor by her tide. A large turn of money
which the doccaiod had recently dlawn
from bank I mNslng.
MISCELLANEOUS .
SNOW, KNOW, SNOW I
Oma-ia. April 14. Th most savore
j "no" tm of tho feason H prevailing be
twoon Fremont, Nebraska, and Cheynne
It commenced ?t Cheynne yesterday,
reached North l'latto last night, and
Grand Island early this morning, and con
tinues there yet,witb unabated fury. The
snow ha drifted four and live feet In
de,Uh, and a man' life is not safe out of
tbollcr.
KXiauTs or pytuias.
Richmond, April H. The supreme
lodge of the Knights of Pythias of the
world meet, hero to-night. Supreme
Chancellor II. C. Barry, of .Chicago, Vice
Supreme Daniel R. Davit, of Mew
Hampshire, Grand Chancellor Mc.Mullini
of Philadelphia, and a largo numbor of
other delegate have arrived. A grind
elcome ball will be given to-morrow
night. Wednesday thore will be a parade
in which about 1,000 knight will partic
ipate, and at nlht a banquet will be
given to the supreme lodge by the Vir
ginia knights.
MAKKET REPORT.
St. Louis, April 14. Flour very dull
and wtk, omu sale at a decline at 10
l.. Whoat dull; Ao J spring regular
$1 10; toft SI 30; No 3 red tall 1 6U-, No
'i SI 80. Corn dull and lowor Ao 3
mixed 24c, No 'I white mixed 35c in ele
vator. Oat quiet and unchanged; No 'I
mixed 2Wai29ic in elevator. Barley quiet
and a few buyers; 60c bid for No 2. Rye
dull; tale prime 6Gc. Sacked pork firmer
not much doing; ttandard met held at
lOic: D S meats firmer; loose shoulders
6c cash. Uacon stronger, shoulders
7WiiO K v ifos ;u a S(2ii joomng
and order lot O S seller May 91c- last
half July 10jc. Lard quiet and firm, de
mand for round lets prime steam 8c.
Chicago, April 14. Flour quiet extra
iprluic $0 VJcLl. Wheat bouyant unset
tled and higher No 2 spring $1 20 regular
and cam 91 zz lor May no a iuj.
Corn firm; No 3 mixed 3le cash regular;
3c fresh. Oatt firm; No 2 25J24Jo reg
ular, 27c frctb. ltge firm; No 2 fresh 61c.
Barley firm and demrnd advanced; No 3
70c regular; 7473c tretb. Provitiont
firm. Pork $10. crib; sales lClOJune.
Lard faij; demand adOanced; 8ic if ay; 81c
June. BulkSmeatt good demand held at
lc higher; thoulders loose OJc cash; short
and midle loose, June ic. Bacon quiet
an unchanged. Whiskey steady at Hoc.
Memphis, April 14. Cotton dull and
declined; good ordinary lClCjc; low
middling 17J317J. Flouj dull and droop-
ne; family i(a):v. uorn meai auu, de
clined $3 40. Corn dull S3S5c. Oats
quiet. Hay dull $202Q. Bran dull 16(3
lCc. iiacon fair aemana, aavanceu;
shoulders 7J7Jc; sides 993c.
New Orlean. April 14. Cotton quiet:
good ordinary iC&lSq low middling 17
17c; middling 18J18Jc; middling Or-
leans i'(uuve; receipt o,fJj; stock iis,-
430. Receipts of cotton this week proba
bly exceed 25,000 bales.
river'news.
ltlie and Fall ot the Rlers
Kor2l hours ending 3 p.m., April 14, 1878.
Above Changes.
low
STATIONS. water. ltlie. Fall.
St. 1'atll V 4 10
Fort Denton
Omaha II 3 2
Davenport i 10
Leavenworth 10
Keokuk 11
Cairo 41 6
St. Lout 25 1
l'lttaburg 11 C 2
Cincinnati 34 S 2
LouUUlle 11 8 2
Memphis. 33 6
VicUburg 37 4
Shrevcport 0 2
Naehvllle 10 1 t
New Orleans 3 li 3
Llttlo Hock
Fort Smith
(Jorced. tltUini:.
DAVID W. IIAUSETT,
Observer Big. Ser, U. S. A.
ViCKsnuRO, April 14. Down: Pauline
Carroll, City nfCaiao, Maud, Dick Ful
ton and bargct, Pargoud. Up; Grand
Lako and bargct Joseph, Belle Lee, Pey
tcna and barget, Maty McDonald, Lady
Lee, Indiana, Ajax and barge1 Arnold,
City of Helena. Weather cloudy end
pleatant. River falling.
Nashville, April 14. River falling
with 6 feet on Uarpeth thoalt. Weather
fair aud pleasant. Arrived: Silvorthorne,
Evantvillc; Lumtdan, Cairo; Bransford,
Upper Cumberland. Departed: Siver
thorno, Evantville; F V Gracey, Wabath,
Jat Gllmrre, Ohio river; Bransford, Up
per Cumberland; Jno Lumsden. Cairo.
Kvansville, April 14. Partly cloudy;
murcury to to CO. River 6 tnches.
Up: It Loe, Robt Mitchell, Fayetta,
Morning Star, Quickttep, Brown, Bawl
ine Greets. Down: Houston, Kilgour,
Hello Vernon, Arlington, Ament, Arkan
sas Belle. Business aetlve.
Little Rock, April 14. Weather
cloudy rainy. Blver 20 feet falling. Ar
rived: Mary Boyd, from Memphis. De
parted: Armadllla, for Cinclinati.
New Orlkanb, April 14. Arrived:
Groat Republic, Bt. Louis. Doparted:
Kellogg and barget, St. Louitj Clatkville,
Arkansas river. Kalnlne.
MKMrmi, April 14. Woathsr warm
and rainy. River rising slowly. Arrived:
Anna and Naihvllte, Little Rock, Henry
Probasco, Cincinnati; Grafton, Helena.
Depatedi Latt night Glenco, Thompson
Dean, flt, Loult; Shamrock, Mound City;
Mary Ano, New Orleans) to-day, Lou'.i
vllle, Cincinnati; Belle Sbrevepott, Red
river, La Belle, Belle Memphis Bt. Louis;
Marblt City, St. Loult; Alleghany Belle,
Ohio rTri Sherlock, New OrleiDi.
15, 1873.
GERMANY, PRUSSIA, AND AUS
TRIA. (New York Herald.)
. Emperor William, Trlnce Bumarck and
Von Moltke. with a brilliant retinue, are
to leave Berlin for St. Petersburg on the
J5th of the present month. On the follow
0g d7i according to the programme, the
.'own prince of Germany and his wire,
the Prince Victoria, will leave Berlin,
for Vienna. This announcement It
valuable, chiefly for the reason
that it shows that a rood undemanding
prevails among the three imperial famil
ies. Emperor William, In the most hand
some manner pottlble repays the visit
which the Czar Alexander made to Berlin
at the close of the late war. Austria,
however, was not unkind on that occasion;
and as Austria is now recovering from
her misfortunes and commanding atten
tion through her (rand world's fair, the
crown prince and his amiable princes
go te Vleana to take part in the
opening eeremontes of the exposition. In
itself tbls Interchange el co&rteetet i all
very well. For the present it means peace.
Would that It could convince us that the
peace would be lasting I Unhappily, it
gives u no such assurance. On the arri
val of the Emperor William with his
suite St. Petersburg will bristle with
bayonet, and Russia will adorn
herself In tha pnr9nna ninnntv f mm
It will l thm lima In vLn. ,.
cation of the opening of the exposition.
incpcai) hwisj may oe euauerea w
mnrrnw mnA than wfitf will tl.nt. lt
those professions of friendship? Poor
r riugf, in recently imperial, loo, it now
left out In tha rnM Rut r.n
afford to be indifferent. Her time will
yet come.
A DESERVED REBUKE.
Cairo Gazette.
The Daily Graphlc-the New York
pictorial dally Is resorting to a dirty
trick to win favorable notlcee from the
daily press. A single number of the pa
per Is sent ejt, bearing the request to
"exchange." The country editor who
"bites," is, of coune, delighted. He
glvet the 'Graphic' a "good notice,"
and flings in a few sentences about the
liberality of the publisher who volunta
rily offers a $12 daily In exchange for a $2
weekly. The 'Graphic reads the "pufl "
and straight way strikes the name of the
puffer's paper from its exchange list. No
more 'Graphics' go to that office certain.
If tbls isn't the quintessence of Journallt
tic meanness, we bee to be Informed what
it?
KAL, KWTATK ABMCI.
O. WINSTON tt CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
A
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (smoowD vloom) omio lbtbk,
CAIRO, ILUJ,,
Bcr and Sill Rial Estati,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Aad peerare OooTaraaoa of Kla if!
John Q. Herman. Chat. Thrupp.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
AND
CONVEYANCERS.
Nor (is Cor. rail at. assd Okie Levee-
Cairo, Ilmmoi.
Abstract!! of Title, Conveyancing msde a
specialty. Ileal Estate bought and sold.
IST'laxes Paid, eto.
UTCHXSM.
IIYLAND & SAUER,
BUTCHERS
AMD DIALER IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERyESCRIPT10N,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenue
next door to the Uyland saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
JAKE WALTER,
AND dealer in
BTJTOHBB
FRESH MEAT,
Eighth Strut, Between Waibixqtor
and Commercial Avbkum,
AHJoIbIssr Btttesihoaae sue Bsnay'a
Khd the best or (, Fork, Mutton Vaat.
Lamb, Sum. tad are praparcd to n
eltitaas In lb moat eoceptable manner.
JOHN SMITH,
. (Successor to James KynaMou,)
Botcher and Dealer iv all Kind or
Fresh Meats.
Corner Ninetenth and Poplars 8m.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Buy and slaughter only the best cattle,
hoga and sheep, and 1 prepared to nil any
demand for fresh meat from one pound to
ton thousand pounds.
WM. GLENN A SON'S
HEAD Q CARTERS FOR GROCERIES
IMMENSE STOCK,
GREAT VARIETY,
LOW PRICES.
COFFEE. Bio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha,
SUGAR, N, O., Hard Soft Refined,
SYRUPS. flew Orleans and Eastern.
WK MAKE iriCIALITUS OF
TBAQ. lOBAOOOa,
JlTSTH) CIC3-ABS.
OFFICIAL PAPER
Horn Advertisements.
CO)
ieM ame rWAB0iai.
HALLIDAY BROTH RES
-GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDINQ and COMMISSION
IIHVK1ITI,
DEALERS I1V FIOUR ;
Aad AfMM ol
MIO RIVER AMD KANAWHA
a-aVIT C03ME3Ja,lij;i3Da.
70 Ohio Lmvmm,
Cairo. Illinois.
COFFEY, PACE & CO.,
reawABDiMu
AM D
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
DEALER IM
HAY,
CORN.
OATS,
MEAL,
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
3-12U
li. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
and dealer in
I3LA.-2-, OATS, OORN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, - - . ILLINOIS
MILLER k PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AJI
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
sab
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ron FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIHO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Buoeessors to K. B. Beadrioes Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AID
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
Llbaral Adranecniauta mad mtSmM
ayeaiBt upon Ooeslfnmaat. mmm
Are prepand to raoelve, store aad forward
tr(lht to all points aad buj aad
sell on eemmteetoB,
tat UuiliiMf attended to prompUrt
JOHN fi. PIILL13 & SOM,
(flusoMtor to John B. Phllli,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
Al
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
AIB
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, Ac.,
Cob. TENTH-BT. amd OHIO LEVE
CAIRO, ILL.
8. D. AVER. E. J. AYBRO
AYERS & CO.,
FLOUR
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills).
l-7tf,
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE ft BRO.
FLOUR
AO
enml CobiImIoi MtNaaate
1UOMXOLBT1B.
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Home Advertiiements.
m 1 3Egaaa aag
IHCmAJICV.
FIRE AND MARINE
CaUAMItW.
MIAOABA, M. rn
... 11,4441
OER MANIA, V. T.,
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Coaaprila the Uaderwrlten' Astur.
TOM EBB, M.
AaeeU 17 44
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bcdritt, k. t. at abimb,
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Btore. Dwalllan. rrltr. SnM. mmA r..
go, inaarad t rsita severable ae eeuad, per
MUMalSMurltvvUlwarreat.
I rDotfuiiy uk of Use elllsesuei Oe
enareef ttMir petreaaee.
O.H.BO3aUe).
W. M. Mtmt, U.K. Cade
Notarv PaUle. So. Pak. ead II. a Oesa
FIRE, HULL. CARGO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
MTUA, ABTrORD,
Asset.,
..t,S4e,S04
NORTH AMERICA. PA.,
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artforu, oonn..
AaeeU.
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PBOENIZ, BABTPOBD,
aaeats l,Tt1,lU N
INTERNATIONAL, . T.,
H,UMH 1
PUTNAM, HA RTfUBD,
asteU 70,1T
OLCVXLAMO. OLKVVt.wt.xar,
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HOME, COLUMBUS,
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AMERICAN CENTRAL, M0.,
Ata.... ...... ieo,e w
OONNEOTJCUT MUTUAL. UPK.
!.." . . ......100,000,000 ee
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, UPC AMD
ACCIDENT,
Aatata . . . . tl ,100,000
BAIL WAT PAB8KNQEBJ ASICaUMOl
CO., HARTFOBB,
Vaaets...
IKDBPaetDBMT, BOTOM,
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SAFFORD, MORRIS ft CANDKE,
VI SIU toTSM.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIi.
Cent'l. Office, 17a WasbinotomSt.
AOTTVA. S6SO.OOO.
This German Life Insurance Comnanr
guarantees not only Paid-up Foltclee but
auo a vaiu in wasn on ut nen-ioneuure
plan.
JOHN A. HUOK, -0.
KNOBELSDORF,
- President
Weoretary
john w. pacxM,
Axtntfor Cairo and vicinity.
B ISM ARK BUND.
SECTION NO. 47.
AaaaciAtlnn for DroaaotiM Life iMUranee
aud Sick Relief by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation In object ol public beaeat.
The Lite Insurance Policies will be Issued
by the Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUES9, Ao't.
xsdit Far CaUro eleisUsy .
CAKL PETERS,
BLACKSMITH
Cor.Eteveata mm Wmplmr ..
Informs the publle that he haeenffacedUe
services of a First-class Wagon Maker, and
also a Pint-class Horse Bboer. and I rsedv
to manufacture and repair Jail kind tf wark
n litis aratie..wiM neaasese aau ifeiett.
NEW YORK STQjtM,
WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL.
LABflBtrf TAB! BIT MTOOS W TBB Ottf
GOODS SOLD VEST OLOa
Ooretetretf !
CAISO, ILLIXOIS.
C. O.r ATU4

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