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JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
Preaching, ."abbath at 1H a.m. and 7t p. to
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday at" p. in.
4abbath School, 3 p.m. J. M. Lanaden, Su
perintendent. KlCV. Il.TllAYKR, Pastor
METHODIST, Cor. Eighth and Walnut SU.
Preaching, Sabbath at tH x ta- and p. ta
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 7J p.m.
Sabbath School, 2. p.m. 1.. t . Mlllwcll,
ejuperintendent. Rbv. Y. L. Tuomiko.n,
t'UUKCU OK THK HEUEEMER-Eplso.
rtornlnc liraren. Sabbath 1H
(.vrniner prayer, n
SebbaUl School, a.m.
Rbv. K. Coan, Rector.
BT. PATRICK'S CHURCH Mnth si. and
1'ubllc aervlce, .Sabbath 8:10 and 10, a.m.
Vespers, T p.m.
Sabbath School, S p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
RBV. 1'. J. O'HaLLORAN, Priest.
JT. JOSEPH'S CHt'RCIL German,, .or-
or of Walnut and Croat street.
Hast, every Sabbath at 1J o'clock a. m.
Veapert, t p. m.
Man during week days, 8 o'clock a. in.
RBV. C HOFFMAN, PrleM.
OKH11A.N LUTHERAN CUURCH-13th
trett between Wa.hlugtou Aeuue and
Walnut street. , , ,
Pre aching Sunday morning at 10 o clock.
Sabbath school at 2 o'clock p.Jli.
Rbv. C. DubR!cii.ek, Castor
1TOUNO ME-N'S CHRlsHAN ASSOCIA
TION'. Regular meeting aecond Monday
each mouth at their room oter Rockwell ,
A CVa book store, Commercial avenue, j
WeeklT Praver tueettUK. Friday. i p.m. at ;
L. W. Stillw ell. President.
SECOND MISSIONARY IIAPTlsT
CUURCIL Comer-Syeamore and Forty-
lint etreets. Preaching Sabbath at II
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday school 1 o'clock p. in.
The church U connected with the Illinois
Association, by the First MUalouary Usp-
tilt Church ot Calm.
Bar. Solomon Liomkii, I'artor.
AFRICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
twten Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Sabbath, II a.m.
HSbatD School. 11 n.m.
Claaa meeU at S p.m. 1
ECO.VD FREE WILL BAPTIST'-FIf.
t tenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service! Sabbath. 14 and 3 p. m.
Itav. N. Kicks, Pastor.
tHEE WILL BA1T1ST HOME MISsION
SABBATH SCHOOL Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, a.m.
rnWT KREK WILL BAl'TIST C11UKCI1
Bamcei, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. a 7 J p. m.
Kkv. Wm. hKLLEY, 1'astor.
rUWT MISSIO.NAKY UA1TIST CHUItCH.
-Cedar, between Mnth and Tenth fit.
Preaching Sabbath, 101 .m- nJ i P-D1-Prayer
meetinx. edneday evening.
Kreichlnj, i'rulay evening.
Sabbath School, 1J p.m. John Yanltaxter
aud Mary SUpheiu, Superintendent.
Kkv. T. J. Snonrs, l'aitor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHUItCH-Kourteetith
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
onJr Baptitt church recognlwd by the Al
teration. Servtcea, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Krv. Jacob Ukauley, Elder.
C'AIBO COMMAN'DEUY, No. 13.-SUted
Assembly at the Asylum Maaoulc Hall, tint
and third Mondays In each month.
SAUtO COUNCIL, No. 24. Regular Convo-
caUo at Maaonlc Hall, the second Erlday.
la each aaonth.
CAIRO CHAPTER No. 71.-Regular Con-
vocation at Maaonlc Hall, on the third
Tueaday ol every month,
CAIRO LODGE, No. 237 F. A A. M.-Re(fU-
lax Coaamunlcations at Maaonlc Hall, the
aecoad aad fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODOE, 22-Meets In Odd-
reUowa' UaU, In Arter'i building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John L. Beveridge.
Secretary of State Oeorge H. Harlow.
Auditor of 8Ut C. E. Upplncott.
SUte Treasurer Ca-per Ruu.
Attorney General Jamea K. Edull.
Supt. Public Instruction Newton Uateman
Seaatort Richard J. Oglenby and John A.
prMBtaUve Eighteenth District luce
MEMBERS OESeITaL ASSEMBLY.
Repretentativea In the 60th dl.Het.
John H. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
w J. Inscore. ,
Senator for the &0th district. Jeve v are.
Judre D. J. Baker, or Alexander.
SUtt'l Attorney Patrick II. Pope.
Clerk R. 8. Yocum.
8berlff-A. U. Irvtn.
Wb. Martin Aaaeasor and Treasurer.
Judxe F. Bron.
Aaaoclaua J. E. McCrite and S. MarcuU
on. aerk Jacob Q. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Oonman.
Mayor John M. Lantden.
Treasurer B. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorn P. H. Pope.
PoUet Magistrates r. Brosa and B. SLan
cSif of Police L. H. Myen.
Mayor John M. Lansdrn.
Second Ward C. R. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-S. SuaU Tavlor.
CtW-at-Large-W. P. Halllday ..nd D.
ajOAXD OF ALDKRMBN.
Tint Ward -Jamea Rearden, A. B. Saf-
'"swa-R.' H. Cunningham, E. Bu
Amr O SUncel, James Swayne.
TW Ward-Wm. Stratton, J. B. PhlUlt.
rSurtfc TWard-Jno. U. Robliuon, G. U.
S,mo, 3. B. Matcalf.
H. WARDNER, M. D.
) and Betldence 111 Commercial avc
,",,," door to the Atheneum).
will rtiume tho practice ol hit profession
J7h aifMseUs reference to the electrica
tsVenTOlKMO. I. all, new and lm-
ft?V$&' ., ujrtalr,
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
OWIOEMOaV-No. Thirttaaih strest tot.
K Itnoe, Waahtaitoa avtaat aad Walnut strati.
tffrZoS Qo?owUl avf at, up tutrt.
0, W. PUNNING, M. D.
i ttsiiir aSti ttroat aai Ohio Itvtt.
, sow ., r
OFFXCB, BtTXiXitEll'IXT- BTJ-IItPIIKrO., COB, 12TH 8TEBBT A. 1ST
THE RESIGNATION OF MINIS
TKR tKI,ON; HKCKIVKU AT
1IYKA HrtAIiWELL (JAINS I1KK
M I T A (5 A I NdT THE .STATE
U1E DEMOCRATS CARRY THE
CITY ELECTION IN THEN.
TON, N. J
t he n nuii Kb.
l,liU.Abr.LFiii, April 10. -OeorL' II.
r Stuart of the peace cornniinioneri ia t the
i murderer of Ueneml Canbv and
will be prop.;rlj-
puniiDvd. ut the act of
Ciptnln Jck will not alter th rolfor nf I
! thtl beard. j
I Tki:tx N. J. Apnt 15 The Derno
I crat elected their entirn city ticket yeiter
j day. U Ley alto havo a ni-j ,rity 'in the
council and toard. of freeh.ild. ri.
Hl'PRCUR COtMlT DtCMIO.V.
Nkw York, April 15. Tho lupreme
court t'vo a decliion to-day In the ca
ofMyra Bradwoll againiltbe italoof Illi
noil, In which the plaintiff made ap
plication (or the riijht to practice law in
that slate, mitaining an advere dcciilon
of tho state court.
HI i.O.VO'.l RKitONATIOX.
WAiit.oro.v, April 11. The secretary
of itate laid before the president to-day "a
letter from MlnWter DeLonij, received
Saturday, somewhat in the nature of a
resignation, but leaving it optional with
the president to accept it as such.
THE MODOC MASSACRE Did
C CSS ED IN THE CABI
NO LATER NEWS FROM THE
SCENE OF THE Ml'RDER.
THE MURDERS BY THE CHEY
ENNESTO E INVESTIGATED.
SANTANA AND RIG TREE
A.sTiqua- fOR siwn
w am;ioio.v, April 1& I hero is
much anxiety in utliolal circlet to hetr I
later newt from the Modoc country, in
view of the protablefact that tho military '
have before this moved upon the Indiatt 1
in the Lava bids. j
There wa a fu'.l meeting of the cabinet '
to-day, with the exception of Secretary ,
lielkhap and General Crettwell. The .
peaco policy and recent mattacre was ait- j
cuisedattome length. Secretary Delano
ubmi'.Ud a full history of tho negotia
tions with the .Modoct, showing conclu- j
slvely that the interior department placed i
no restrictions upon Gen. Can by, but I
trusted his good judgment in managing '
matters. It is now known that Gen.
Canby was fully aware that tho Modocs
would be likely to prove treacherous, for
on March 5, he telegraphed to Gen. Sher
man as fullowi :
March t, 167J.
To Gen. W. T. Sherman :
The report from the Modocs just re
ceived indicates treachery and a renewal j
of hostilities. This Is tho opinion of Mr. 1
Steele, who was sent for at the request of j
the Modocs as their friend and adviser,
and probably is hotter acquainted with
them than any person, and bat just re
turned from their camp.
Signed E. R.S. Camiy,
CAUSE OF NO NKWS.
Tho severe snow storm in Nebraska is
probably the cause of no additional newt
from the scene of the massacre, but tho
belief It entertained at the army head
quarters that the first intelligence received
will prove that tho military have dono
Telegraphs from Indianapolis, Indiana,
that he will leave immediately to assume
command of the deparlmontol Columbia.
Hat informed tne Indian Bureau that
he bat ordered a thorough investigation
into the murder ol the surveyors by the 1
lnaia.it. In hit communication he in-
closes a letter from special agent John
T. Williams, who lays it appears as if
laid outrage wat committed by the Choy-
ennes. it was probably dono by some ot
their men in the absonco of their chtolt.
and the belief in this view it strtngtbtned
by the bodies being bureld in sand, which
it unusual among Indians. Thoy scalp
and leave tho bodies exposed. Investiga
tion will bo pursued, and especially with
tht Indians, on their arrival at tho agency
on which they are moving.
iAXTANA AND B1U TREI.
The chlaft and head men of tho Kiowas,
Commanchet and Apachet having peti
tioned for the release of Santana and
Olg iret, and having returnod all stolen
property, by guarantee ol future good '
conduct thejr petition is granted. San- j
taut, and Il,B Tre8 .re now held only
VU provision can ko made for their tafo
tV.ort to their own country, i
PARTICULAR? OF THK GRANT
ONE HUNDRED NEGROES KILLED
A .V D M A N Y V U r N I) E D
fllK WAR IN I..,fllANA.'
New Oki.ka.ns April lo. The ttam
boat Southwestern which arrived about
1.30 this pin, brings stirring and impor
tant news from Grant parish. The whites
havu retaken Colfax, and. there t not a
negro to bo found for miles around. From
p.njengcri on the Soutbwcttern we glean
tho following: "Tho negroes had strongly
entrenched themselves in tho court-boutr
and hnl Luilt hrtatorks three and four
feet high. Tbore were, it is Said, four
hundred men armed and equipped
thoroughly. On Sunday at about 12
o'clock about one hundred and tllty white
men who gathered from surrounding par
ithct, made an attack on the breastworks
Wat kept up till 3 o'clock. Tha breait
wolks were stormed and ruptured, the
ntgroes taking' refuge in the court-houte
doort which were barricaded. After some
further fighting the negroes through out a
tlsg of truce and revera.1 detachments of
men advanced when they wero fired upon
wounding several, one of whom was Cap
tain Hudnot, ft ho it Is feared is fataly
wounded. They, retreated outside of the
breastworks, and as the only means of dis
lodging the negroes In the cour:-jouse
SET IT ON flRE,
They were shot at they came from tho
burning building. It is reported that be
tween eighty and ono hundred negroes
were killed, and there were nonu to be
found for miles around.''
Tne captain of the steamer southwot
ern makri the following statement' "We
arrived at Culfax Sunday evening about
- o'clock, and found the white people, and
the sherit), I suppose, at their head, had
CA11URF.D Tilt TOWN,
After Laving a conflict with the negroes.
It was reported to me that abuut 100 ne
groes were killed and uiany wounded. We
taw from the boat about IS or J0 tying on
the bank dead. Ono white man was re
ported killed, whote name we did rot
learn, and another fwverely wounded.
Mr. Hudnot was shot through the bo well,
and it is supposed he is mortally wounded.
We brought Messrs. Harris and Hudnot
down from Colfar to Alexandria. Three
or four other white oieu were wounded
About 100 negroes escaped, but it whs re
ported the whites were still pursuing them.
All ot the leaders of the riot etcaped.
LorON, April 15. A riot occurred In
Chatham yesterday between the engineers
and marines attached to the arsenal, and
many ft'ere wounded Troops were called
out and restored order, aft r arresting a
largo number of rioters.
Havana, April 15. Detectives have,
arrived from London and fully identified
Bid v, oil as the alleged Bank of England
The Ufa of O' Kelly, eorreipondent of
the Herald, is in no danger. His proposed
trial is regarded as a mere matter of
form, In order to shvb appearances.
O'Kelly wants to como to Havana, and
it is expected that the captain general will
comply with his with in a fuw days. The
authorities base their prosecution of
O'Kelly upon the fact that he had in his
possettton, when captured, letters from
Cespedet. The English consul at Ha
vana advocates tho release of O'Kelly, al
though the prisoner has acted contrary to
tti9 advice of tho consul in violating the
laws of the country.
A SAl Art'AlR.
Newuurv, N. Y., April 15. Last
night the reiidence of Sylvester Town,
send In Matteawan was burned. This
morning while a number of children
were playing about tho ruins, a chimney,
' which was left standing after tbt fire,
I toppled over and burled five little girls.
' Abie Underbill was killed. Ktte
McKennon, Elizabeth Simmt
Coleman wero seriously injure
red and will
Kato Coliman was badly
barned but will probably recover.
Tho Jurtoy City board of education re
openod tho auctarian war last ovoning by
discussing tho reiolution that no child bo
compelled to tako part in any devotional
exercise, social or otherwise, in opposition
to the withes of its parents.
St. Louis, April 10. Flour dull, weak,
and extromely qulot. Pork strong and
higher, 1 SOQjilU 70 casu; 17 '.'5 teller
June. Dry tall meats higher w ith larco
transactions, including 430,000 puuuds
d, dear rib, and tolooo clear tides,
teller June, Peoria, at 83c; round bacon
firm and higher; clear sidei, teller May
ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 16. 18T3.
1 .': clear tide.', teller.
ellor August loir, ihoulderi, buy or May,
Jq ihoulderi 7t;c cam; Clear imet 9e.
Lard quiet and firm; prim itcam, round
loti saleable, 8 and a fraction higher of
lerrea. v nit key uun, oic
liiuj-mo, April 16. Flour dull and
'nominal Corn meal dun ana unchanged
Corn fair, dumand firm at SoYZiSo. Oats
dull and lnv.tr 41 42c. Hay dull at $20
UiM, Bran dull and droopinif. U 50.
Racon, stocks withdrawn In anticipation nf
h'ghor price, nominal at 7a7(o95
'.'jo. Lard, quiet and unchanged.
! New ORLBANf, April lk Corn mod-
. eratnly actlvo 6256e. Oaw dull, lower
(V.41e. Hran quiet 75c. Hy quiet $23
GVJfi. Potk tirmer held 171c: fcacon tlrmer
? In 'j 1 I c. - .,..11
Cotfee qulot 17i)lttjc.
"- ouKr uuu, iu
Rise and Fall ot the ltl'trt
For i hours ending 3 p. in., April 15, 1873.
51 S--3I i
.a y Mi
....10 f ll
... U I
...10 S .1
.. 21 11
. . M S) IJ
... : 9' I
.. 32 I !
.. .r, io ui
. . a y 7
. w iu
l.eaveu worth .
l'lttkbliiv . .
) shreveport . .
DAVID VV. HARNETT,
Obcnor Si"z. Ser. U. S. A.
Evansville, April 15. "Weather clar
till noon, cloudy and cold tbit evening,
murcury 40 to 65. River risen one foot.
Up: Idlewlld, al't Rodgers, Fayette
and Carnelia. Djwn i M ncola, Mary
Ament, Tarascon, Q ilckstop and Prairie
City. Business dull.
Nkw Omlbans, April 15. Arrived:
Carrie Kounu, bt Iouls; Maud, Lem
phis. Departed: Rodman, Cincinnati;
Ames, Y K-ger, St Louis. Showery.
VlCKtHURo, April 16. Down: Jennie
Howell, Exporter, Natcbes. Up: Dexter,
Atlantic and barges, City Helena, Com
monwealth, Weather clear cool. River
SiiKinvrr .rt, April 15. Clear cold,
wind from North. Red river risen 7 Inch
es. Arrived: Mary Louise. New Orleans.
Departed: E H Durlee, New Orleans;
Skllllnger, Pittsburg; Little Fleta, above
15. River hat 33
feet G inches in channel and falling. Ar
riveu .juncaia, sruuuurg; unarmar, r.v
ansvillf, T I) lne, Wbale and Joseph
Stono arrived with coaV Departed: R U
Hudson, Wheeling. The Savannah passed
up from St. Louis to Pitltbirg with ore;
the Comet from Potnaruy to St Louis with
salt. eatner cloar and moderate.
St. Louis, April 15. Arrived: Cowen
Cairo; Dean and Glenco, New Orleans;
Orand lower, Memphis; Arkansas, Im
perial, Winona and Bertram, Keokuk;
Capitol City, Vicksburcj Belfast. Shrtve
port; Durfee, Pittsburg. Departed:
itrana L,ske and lion Accord, UDIo river;
.Mary Alice,Now Orleans; Citv Vicksburg,
Vicksburg; Bertram, Keokuk. Falling.
Cloudy and cool.
Naouvillk, April 15 River falling;
5 feet on Harpetb rhnals. Weather fair
and warm. Arrived : Tyrone from
THE WONDERS OF THE GRAVE.
A BODY PRESERVED OVBR .50
YEARS OTHER BODIES PER
FECT AFTER HUNDREDS
Tht tomb of Edward tht First, who
died in 1807, was opened January 2, 17T0,
afttr 43 year, bad flapstd. Hit body
wat almost perfect. Canute (the Dane)
who crossed over to England in 1017, wat
found in 1776 by the workmen who re
paired Winchester Cathedral, whert bit
body bad reposed nearly 750 years, per
fectly fresh. In 15C9, three Roman sol
diers, fully equipped with warlike inplo
ments, were dug out of a bed of peat in
Ireland, where tbey had lain probably
1,500 yean. Their bodlet wert ptrftctly
fresh and plump.
In the reign of Jatnet II. of England,
after the fall of the church at Attlty, In
Warwickshire, there was taken up tho
corpsoof Thomas Gray, marquis of Dor
set, who wat buried there the lOtbofOc
tiber, 1530, in the twenty-second year of
Henry VIII.; acd although it had been
there seventy-eight yean, the eyes hair,
fietb, nails and joints remtined as though
it had been but newly buried.
Robert Rraybrook, who was consecrated
bishop of London in 1381, and who ditd in
1454 and wat buried in St. Paul't, wat
taken out of bis tomb after the great fire
in 1C66, during the repairs of tha cathe
dral, and although ht bad lain there no
lets than 262 yeart, bit body wat found
firm as to tkin, hair, joints and nails.
Pielro Rodriguez, a Portuguese jewel
ler, while pursuing hit occupation in tbo
City of Mexico, was, In 1595, accused be
fore the Tribunal of the Inquisition, and
after tuffering a variety of tortures, wat
condtmned to be buried alive In a vault
in the Convent do St Domingo in that city.
He wat then 31 years old.
The Convent de St. Domingo was lately
demolished in starch of treasure suppostd
to ba concealed there, and tht body of
Rodriguez taken out of tht vault txactly
at he wat placed thero 370 years before.
Hit daughter, two and a. half years of ago,
was lying under hor father't fett, and at
perfectly tircierved at hlmstlf, Tbeto latt
mentioned bodies are in this city.
The evidences of torture on tne body of
tho jeelor art fearfully apparent. In
one respect, however, tho arpearanct doet
not coincide with tho record whleh wo
havo given. Tbo miserable man must
have died in the bandt of hit tormentors.
The position of his htndt tbowt that bo
wat suspended by tho neck until bt died.
Marks of tho cord and tht burning roi
are doeply recorded on rarlout partt of
hit body. Hit hair and board aro firm,
hit skin natural In hue and toiturt, with
out tbo least trace nf decomposition In
A Proof. Nothing it bettor proof of
tho excellence of an article than tho fre
quent imitationt ol It.
These counterfeit! aro tbo univonal
tnbuto which worthlottnott payttomofR,
The sterling worth and popularity of tha
Charter Oak Stove it atttttod by iUttasd
CU,I,?F ' JI'oaiu ctiAait WAITED
UI'V,N IN MICUMOND AND
PRESEKTKD WITH AN AD
UKE.'S TOUCHING TUK
THK TOWN NAMED
. AFTER II 1M.
i RirBuaD. Anrll 1a ith
, A deputation of English and Northtrn
tettlert called on Chief Jutlico Coast, at
tne residence of Gtn. Bradley T Johnson,
and presented him with an addreis on Uo
occasion of the corporation of Cbatt City,
In Meckltnburg county. Tbli is trio
largest and wealthiest Nnrth.fn pnlnn In
I V.. .J-... I - . ... J
, uvuiutrn titles. Among tDO dtDUtft
t on were Judge Wright, late of Connoc
llcuti Rev, J. Yasanhurtt, lata of Ohio;
John X. Boyd, last prctidant of the Phila
delphia Gold Kxchangtsand Mr. J.A. D.
BU Androw of KngUsd.
Tht chief justice, In reply to tht ad
drett, promised to visit Chase City, ex-
jiB.ieu toe grtaiest pleasure at the ox
traordlnary progrett of Northern and
Encllsh omlgratlon In this state, and
said that by this means Virginia would,
ero long, turmount all tht difficulties of
her present Impoverished condition. He
was especially glad to tee to many Ohio
and other Western sattlera In th OM Dn.
In rttpontt to an inquiry on tht part of
.... vuiri ju.iice toe aepuiatlon stated that
both English and Northern tettlert cen
trally were fully talittled with their sue
cess lu thlt ttata.
General Johnson entertained tho depu
tation in eleeant Stvla. and aflap Ina.tln.
, tuccett to Chase City tht visiting settlers
withdrtw, highly gratlfltd with their rt-
cepvion &y tnt chief Justice.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, it. T.,
aiRHANlA, N. T.,
HANOVBR, M. Tn
RirUBUC, N. Jn
..Til Hi m
Comprltlni the Underwriters' Aaency.
TONRIRt, K. T,
. . m 'A
VIRIMKV'I FUVS, I. T
IICUBITT, K. T.-
Bloraa, Dw.lllDf. Furnllure. Hulls and Car
5?.J yl?'ar'i?t ni " totorableaa touud. per
manenl tecuritv will warrant. 1 v '
thart o f tht ir patroout.
W. H. Morr.l.
H. H. L'aDd.c
No. Pub. and tl. t. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
... .. ...5.MP,604
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Aelt................. .....H.Tii.ui M
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AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Atstt...... .....,.............. ,...60O,(iCU V
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE,
AateU ..... ,..4JO,000,Ooo 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
AssaU tl.OOO.OW U
RAIL WAT rAH3FWERS ASSUKAN0B
Asel. . ......m. . 430,Mt Ot
BAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Ltwti
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CExr'L.OrncE, 172 Waiiiinoton&t.
Thlt German Life luuirunco Compaay
guaranteea not oli Paid-up lollelei but
alto a Value In Cau ou the Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. HUCK, - Protldant
U. KNOUKLSDORF, - - - Hoc rotary
JOHN W. PRUB83,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity,
A T II E 2s' E U Ml
WlDHXtDAT EVKNIXO, ArRIL 10,
UeneBt and positively la.t appearance, or the
laleuted young artist,
qucasa ofruraea must Melody
On which occtloa will be presented lor
the tlrtt time In thNcltr Tom TrW. .i..
gant comedy, entitled the
UsiaTRR (iRiZKBROOK ,..K ITIX PUTNAM
To conclude with the roirlng I jrce ol
"DON'T JUDGE ur APPEARANCES,"
Diana, with vjng, - - . Katik Putnam
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mllt iMe ajsjortoat Kosslr
eighty mint the flhorteot atuutr
NO CHANGE OF CARS
rnoM CAIRO to
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE Or CARS
, , , OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, j.. Ilanapolls, Tol.l,
Dftroll, CTftflid, Niagara K.Ut
Haltlmnr., 'PhllUHrnla, Ntw Tork,
Boston aad all pomta fast.
MllwankU, Janrttlll., Ma.1fon.
LaCrome, bt. Paul and all points north.
this Is alas th only direct rnule to
Deoalor, Uloomlnnton, Npnnifl.l,
Itorla, Oulncy, KVokulc.
Hurlingtna, fti f;i, j u 4,,'
Mndota. pon, Kreport,
Ualcna. Dutxwne. ?iom oily,
Omaha aad all polnla northwut.
Elegant Drawing Room Sloeplng CV
On all Night Tralnt.
BMaana Chrcked io all Important polnln.
Por tickets and information, apply to I. C. R.R
. P"' " b0r1 traniit itoamar U
(?):,1nhu, ,Dd Cairo, and at tne pnnclca
,llI?.Utc.,M offlc" throughout the aoutt.
W . P. JOUN,ON. Oen'l faaa. Aa't. Chtcaao.
A. MiTCaaii., Gen'l bup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1872
traint will run at tollowt:
ta.lia itniaa t-jCTaitiT,
Lea?e Vlrslnia S:I0 a. m. ........
" Sprlnullelit..:0 "
,' Tajlortille ...... to 5
Arris e at fana.......ll.4 .....
. S:00 "
.. . '
taaiat tolas eoatawt.r.
Lear, p.na ...) , m .15 a. m
" Tatlomlle s.to " t.e
Arrive at Hpnngfledt.H " ....6.H) "
I.eare SpriBflelt...... " .. m
Arrifaal Vlitjinia 1.5 " ...... is
TBAIKI 0014 SaCTUti-r.
,1K1'ood......J.J0 a. m. 10.10
Flora-.. I,t ...tl.4o
ArtUe at Shawnret'n .St a is
NEW LIVERY STABLE
HITWIRN WABH'N AVENUE AXD WALNC1
Dr. II. K. Flald Informi tne putllc that he ha
on the northwwt aide of Tenth atral aa nam
Hit 8'abltt will be furnished with nene but tht
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the public may be accommodated at al
hour of the day and night with aafo teams
ou the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields auks a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair deulfiig
and strict attention to buai
PARKER A BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
rssltF, Benaiaie, Utkoollste,
Aad the celet'ated lUutnlnalUjt
'BBOta'VOlLDlN", OOF ilTH iT. a COM
Cairo - Ilimois
GENERAL COMMISSION MEUCHANT
And dealer lu
I.IUE, CrllliNT, PLAblCR, UatH, ETC.
K ,UbloLcf et.
t3T I will sell In car load lots at manufac-tun-re'
prices, adding Inight. 4-"-tl
E. D. mathum.. a. o .cut
MATHUSS A UIIL,
JAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
- . -
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
PROSPECTL'S FOR 1S73. SUCTU TE.
An IllU'trated Monthly Journal, unlvenaUr
admitted to be the flandwrnest' PoriSdV'
leal In the orld. A Rprcsent.
the and Champion of Arner
Sftsi f..r HnU Iss Rook or nwa Store.
,,ndlni the Increase In the prite
?L"";T.ril,llon ,;,,t ral1' wb" he Aldlne ri.
ren,.1, prVint noble Proportion! and re a
ban c 'lrct.r' '"' will more
liiati double the pattyearj proving that the
Iriends ol tlii .vr.lino
y'J?1 ?re,tf? m'ut. telected with i
The quarterly tinted plates for 187n, will
reurodlice four of Jnl,n' '. .Trf
clilM-fketches, apprcprlate In the four tea
on rhe.e plated, app. ariog in the luea
'I f '""-. April, iiily. and October.
ruWcriptlo'n. "C Wrtl1 'he rrlce 0f TtK'
I'llfcJIIC.M CHROMOS FOR 1871.
Ltery aubjcril.er to the Aldlne, who par
n advance for the rear 1 T t m
without additional clinnre, a nalr of beautl!
riu n l chromot, after J. J. Hill, the eminent
r.iiiiiiFu uainier. i ne Pictures, entitle-.
' I he vHUge Belle," and "Croatlnc thft
.Moor.'-are iijso Inches -are orinted rrot
-jUlffercnt platen, reuniting 25 lsnpreMlous
..i.u. w i.vi ice, cjcu (iiciure. ine tamM
chromoa are aold lor f-'lu per ptir, In the art
ttorve. As It iethe determination of it con.
ductort u keep the Aldlne out of the reach
ol competition In r.very department, tho
chromos Hill be found ahead ot any that
can bo offered hy other perlodlcaU. Everp
tubecriber will rcccit e a certlUcate, over Uio
j gnature of Uie publUlicr, guaranteeing
that tho vhrnnioa ifelicrrd aiaH be eiiual to
the samples furuMicd tlie arcnt.
"J. V.'"..,. m'nfT wlu b8 relunded.
1 he distribution of picture t ofthia gradto
fruo to the suli.cribcr lo a live dollar peri
odical, will mark an eporb in tbo hlatory ol
Art and, considering the unprecedented!
choaptietH of the price for I'he Aldlne lUell,
the man el tails little short of a mlriaclo,
even to thoo best anmalnted with tht)
aclilevoraent nf inventhe genius and ln
proveJ mechanical appliances. (For Illus
trations of there chronic, see November la
sue of the Aldlne.)
THE LITERARY DEPARTMENT
will continue under the care of Mr. Rlchar4
Henry Moddanl, agisted by the best writer.
and poet ol the day, who will ttrhe to bat
the literature of the Aldlne always In keti
tng with ItaurtUUcattractiont.
." per aniim, in advance, with Oil Chro.
The Aldlne will, heretfter, be obtainable
only by ubcriptlon. There will be no re
duced or club ratu ; cah for subscription!
mu.tbe sent to the publUhcrt direct, or ban
dml to the local agent without responsibility
of the tiubllthen, except In casct where tha
certificate is given, bcailng tht fac-tlmll
siguaturc of Jamea Sutton A Co.
Any pemon wUhlng to act permanently at
i local agent, will receive full and prompt in
loruutioii by applying to
- . VVtp u wttAACl fla
&J Maden Lane New York;
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
VOR TUB I'BIUiANXNT CURB OF
OU AN Y FORM OF IXTERJUT
THE GREATEST DISCOVEill OF THE
Jil0 y. no ilftYei debilitating lm
their efleoU upon Ihe constitution rt th
above, and none more difficult to euro br
the uual mode of practice, The Fever ani
Ague l'ow-den will eflect a cure In caaet ot
the longest standing at weU at prove a pre
vents e in the forming ataget of the diseased
Heing purely egetable, they act with cer
ta.nty on the disease, totally eradicatlnir it
from the tystem, and prevent a return at
any future period.
Why waste your money and health in trr
hng every medicine you hear of, when
Thompson'! Kever tndAgue Powdeft u"l
newrlalled to cure the Udllt In any case.
REASONS WHY THEY 0SLY SHOULD
Tli-fr rfDutMtloa ll esLahllahert Ttian.
.fionlni; that tlieao oowderaltav Bcrlormed
miracle In curing case of longstanding,
many of them considered hopeleae.
There is uo rl.k in taking them. They
contain nothing injurious, and, thereiore,
none ot the lingering diseases to often tha
re.ult of the many nostrums of the day.
Phyrielana recommend them at superior to
nulnliie or any other known remedy, lor
they le:i c the tt stem in a healthy ttatc, aad
tho patient beyond the probability e a ro
lape. liEtrARE OF COUNTERFEITS. Tho
ceiiulne aro put up In wiuare tin boxet.wlth
THOMPSON'S FEVER ASiD AGUE POW
DERS stamped on the lid, and the signature
ot TituMt'iioN A CRAWVoitD on tho wrapper.
.No others can possibly be genuine.
R II E U II A T I U
TUB OKEAT ZZTXRMAt, BBME&T FOB
G I A, SPRAINS, JCTC, i
000 D TOR MJX OS MM ASl
Thla Ilnfmrnt bu etraed for tUelt a repu
tation unequalled In the history of tBternti
applications. tStTThouaandt who now tu(
fer from rheumatism, neuralgia, etc., woohl
rind Immediate relief (row all pain by using
this certain remedy. It Is equally effectual
in cuts, burnt, scalds, itiffnets) of tht bocbv
tore throat, swellings, inflaraatlont, frost
bites, pains in the tide, or back, bltttoftpl
iers or atingt of Insect.
One nibbing will In all catei gl tawBcdi
ate relief, and a few application conpltU
Ou account of It powerful penetrating
properties it it beyond doubt tbo turtrt rem
edy for tht most trouble scut ditoaaot to
which bortot and cattlo art Uablt. It cure
Fcratcbet, old and fresh cut or torn, ehafst
produced by the collar or taddles, (njurltt
caused by nallt or tplintt entering the fltsh
orboofa. brulaee, tpralnt, twttnty, tpavta
tUruth, and aU deMoatt which dtatroy the
hoofs or boBtt of the foot
tdTFull directlont accotnpany each Mt
tlo. The above erst prepared only hy
CRAWFORD A FOBaW,
HI MarkttStrttt, PlUkdththl,
And told by ttonskttptrt (t w11f i Ukfh
ut tht country. m 11
work, ant Uie plain, l.ir the toinlna-
... .. V "'i"':i arusii.! aucoess, and
create! general Interest; avoiding ,uch aa
have become familiar, throu,-;h photograph,
orcoulck nfanv kliul. ' ,uu"'ar"i"'s