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IJlJil CAIRO DAILY iiLLLETJN Tl j:sAY, AL'RIL J87,'!.
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BtTLLBTIIT BTJILDIlTa-, COIR. 12TH STEBET WA.SI-IIlSrOTOIT .A. VEiSTTTE
JOHN II. OBEKLY, PR0PR1ET0U.
Preaching, Satil.atli nt I.) a.m. and T p.m
I'raycr mccttnif, WpdneMay nt 7 I. m,
sabbath School,.'! p.m. J. M. l.niiHkn, Su
perintendent, Hkv. II. TiiaVKK, I'aNtar
MLTIIODIST.-Cor. Eolith ami Walnut St.
I'rcacldmr. Sabbath nt 10 a.m.. ami 7 p. in
rrascr inceiuiL', eunexiay, 7 j p.m.
Sabbath School, :i. p.m. I.. W. htlllwrll,
f-'upirliiteiident. Iti:v. K. 1.. TuoMrjso.v,
I '.it tor,
urnlnir prayers. Sabbath 101 a.m.
r-rciiiiitf prayer.. j p.m.
abbalh school, a.m.
Hkv. E. Co an, Hector.
eT. PATRICK'S CHURCH Ninth fit. ami
Public curs ice, Sabbath 8:10 ami 101 a.m.
V client, i P.m.
fialli school, 1! p.m.
4.,.rit. 'Virr ilnv. H ft. In.
Hkv. P. .1. O'HaLI-ouan, Prle-t.
T. JOHEPH'n (.m'RCII.-(.cnnaii,, i.or
ner ol Walnut and Cru-i trcct.
Mai., t:try 'abb.ilh at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vespi-iV, t! p. m.
Mass duriuj; week days, h o'clock a. in.
Rl.v. O. Huffman, 1'riofl.
street between Washington Amuuc and
Preaching Sunday niomin' at 10 o clock.
Sabbath chool ul 2 o'clock p. lu.
Hkv. (. DuKitM'iiNKi;, 1'astor
VOINO HEN'S (HHIsllAN AsSnUA
TION.-H.-ular im HIng se.nd Monday
each uioutli afthelr room oxer Rockwell
A ta book store. Coliilurrcial asclille,
Wei-kly Prayer mtillliir, Friday, 71 p.m. at
L. W. SlILLWixt.. President.
SECOND M1SSIONAHV HAI'TIsT
HL'RCIL Corner .-seamon- ami Forty.
tint etreet. Prcurliiiih' Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and .1 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School I o'clock p. III.
The chi-rcli is coiinccti'U with the I til no 1-
Association, by the Kirsl Missionary Ha
tlt Church ol (. airo.
Hkv. Solomon Lf.onaiid, Pa-tor.
AFRICAN MLTHODIT.-Fourteinth, be
tweeu Walnut ami Cedar.
Sersices, Sabbath, 11 a.iu.
fa'ibatli School, lj p.m.
CIam uieets at u p.m.
fclXOND KHEE WILL HAl'TIST'-Klf-
leeutb Street., between Walnut ami Cedar.
ben Ices Sabbath. H and .'1 p. m.
Hkv. N. Ktcxn, Ta.tor.
KHEE WILL It.vni.ST HOME MI.-slO.V
SAHHATH CHOUL. Corner Walnut
and tvdar Streets.
Sabbath .-rhool, '.I a.m.
KlllsT KHEE WILL HAI'TlaT CHUItCll
scnrlces. Sabhatb II a.m., .1 p.m. A 71 p. m.
Hkv. Wi. hhu.r.v, l'a-tor.
KIKS7 M1SSIONAHV HAI'TIsT Clll-'HCII.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth sts.
l'rcacbiu); sabbath, 10J a,m. and 75 p.m.
I'rayer meeting. edneday eenlni;.
l'reachllig, Krtday eMMilnj;.
Sabbath .-school, 1J p.m. John anllixter
aud Man- Stephens Supcrlntcndelit'i.
Hkv. T. .1. elioUfca, l'a-tor.
SECOND HAI'TIsT CllCHCH-FourteenUi
Street, between Cellar fclid Walnut. The
only HaptM church recognized by tlie Ai
Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,ra. and 7 p.m.
HKV. JaCOH HKAliLKV, Elder.
CA1HO COMMANDEHV, No. 13.-sUted
As-emblr at the A)luui Jla-onlc Hall, tint
and third Mondays In each mouth.
CAIHO COUNCIL, No.-il.-lleguUrConvo.
cation at Masonic Hall, the second 1 riday
In each month.
CAIRO ClIAl'TEH No. 71.-Itcguiar Con
vocation at Mji-oiiIc Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol esAv month,
CAIRO LOIM.E, 5io. -i!7 K.A A. M.-Hel-tar
Communication- at Ma-onic Hall, tbe
tecond ami fourth Mondays of each moutli.
ALEXANDER LODGE, '-Ms-Meet, In O.ld
Kellows' Hall, In Alter'- building, ever)
Thursday eteulng at 6 o'clock.
Governor-John I,. ltecrldi?e.
Secretary of state (.curve II. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. E. Llppincott.
State Treasurer Ca-por Hutz.
Attorney Oencral James fx. Ldsall.
supt. Public Iliotruction-Newtou liatemau
CONGRESSMEN. . , t
Senators Richard J. Ogle-by and John A.
Representative Eighteenth District I-acc -
MEMIIER3 GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Ilcprc.entathes In the With ill.t-kt.
John H. Obcrly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math,
f w J. In.core. .... , ...
Senator for the 50th dlstrlrt. .Iee are.
Judge D. J. Haker, of Alexander.
(state's Attorney-Patrick H. Pupf.
Clerk-H. S. Yocutn.
Sheriff A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Aes-or and I reaurcr.
Judce F. HroH.
As.oclatei.-J. E. McCrlte and S. Marchll
oon. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Got.-man.
Mayor John M. Lanwlen.
Treasurer R. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller K. A. Huniett.
Clerk Michael Howlcy.
Mamhal Andrew Cain.
Attorncy-P. 11. Pope.
Police Magistrates F. Hros and It, Shan
Chief of Tollce L. II. Myers.
Mayor .John M. Lanrden.
Flrit Ward-P. U. Schuh.
Second Ward C. H. Woodward.
TMn! Ward Jlio. Wood.
Fourth Ward-S.Staau Taylor.
Clty-at-Large-W. P. Halllday
UUF ' HOAIID OF ALDKUMKN.
First Ward -.lames Rcardeu, A
'TccSnd wVra"K:iI. Cunningham, E. Uu-
dWa?W;S? H. Philil,
Fourth Ward-Jno. H. Hoblnon, G. 11.
sease, J. H. Metcalf.
U. Aliui", A'J. u.
Oltlce and Residence 111 Commercial avo-
..M inovt ilnor to the Athdicuiiii.
DR. B. 0. TARER,
Will resume the practice ol bis profet-lon
with especial reference to tho elec rlca
treatment ol . Incase, In all the new and lm
proved methods of application.
' In all cases of female complaints a ady
Will be In attendance. .
Office, 'U Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. P.
R9IDENCK Nn. II Thirtnlh , sttM.
tweea Washingion aveau ami W alnut street.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RESIDKNOK-cornerNlnth and Walnut sts.
tm .Lm. hi i lb alrat and Ohio ISTS.
heivi-frotn i a.m. to 13 ni., and t p.m
i TB LB GRAPH 16. ;
HOW SENATORS AND M KM
ISERS DISPOSE OF Til Kilt
only fifteen havk do
nated it to tub tubas.
VICE I'KESl DENT WILSON
Ml INKS THE MODOCS
SHOULD HE EXTERM
INATED. UNITED STATES THOOP.S
TO till A NT I'AHISH.
THE HACK lAV.
Il'..bl.fl..d A ...II t .
.m . ..-oecreiarr
I.ichardon to-day received a letter from
Senator Ilayard of Deleware. enclosing
the amount of his back pay for th! last
congress, amounting to nearly JS.OOO.
Up to this morning the books of tho ser-geint-at-arms
ol tin houio show ;that all
but thirty members havo drawn their
back pay. Ucn. Spinner received yester
day a package of bonds from an Iowa
mtinber, who does not want his name
made public. Ho took his pay, bought'
bonds, cancelled and lent them to Gen.
Spinner. This makes filteen, all told
who have turnod their money into the
Wl L0.v s Mi T It C MobO
Yico President Wilson said yesterday
that peace with the Modocs was now out
of the question, and they should bo ei ter
minated at any oost. Still the peace pol
icy should not be abandoned in deuling
with other Indian tribes.
The repeal tf the (ranking prlvilego
will save a large sum of rnonoy to the
government other than that realized from
p-tage After tli first of July,
when the law goes into effect
the reverst departments will stop using
sery heavy piper for correspondence, and
substitute a light article. At tho same
time Instructions will hi given to use
only half instead of whole sheets for cor
respondence where it Is possible, lty this
means both postage and stationary ac
counts will be reluc:d, and a great sr.ving
accrue to government.
TKOOM fK UKANT l-AKI-II.
New Vork, April 17 A New Or
leans special status that United States
troop- left yesterday for Grant pirish,
and will be stationod along tho bank of
tho rlvtr to prevent further troubla.
THE PROJECTED MISSISSIPPI
TION. EFFORTS TO SECURE THE
HOLDING OF IT AT
ADVERTISING AGENTS CONVEN
TION IN NEW YORK
THE VIENNA EXPOSITION HUILD
1NG IN A HA UK WARD
the fit' rosin coNvejmos.
St. Lol l, April 17.TThe project which
has been on foot hero somo weeks, for a
convention of Western and Southern
congressmen to consider questions of gen
eral and special interest to the states of
tho Mississippi Valley, to bo held here
some timo next month, was discussed to
day by tho board of directors of the
Merchants' Exchange. A committee was
appointed to wait upon the mayor and
city government, and ask their co-opora-tion,
also to devise some plun for carry
ing out a programtnu for tho reception
and eutortainmcnt of delegates.
and report to another and
general meeting of citizens on Saturday.
'J'bero was an unanimous approval of tho
project, and an earnest desire expressed
that tho convention should be held. Con'
gressman Wells said 100 to 160 congre's
men wouldboprisont.andho would prepare
Hit nf the tonics to bo discussed bv tho
convention. The programme for the en
tertalnmcnt of delegates Is expected to
embrace a trip to Galveston, via tho M
K. and T. and Texas Central roads, and
return through a portion of Kansas, alto
banquets, steamboat excursions, etc.
Nw Yoiirc, April 17. At tho convon
1 tion of advertising agents resolutions wore
adopted to tho cllect that agents shall ig
noro as far h possible and compatible
' -.1,1, ,,, . .!.,..
witn too interests of advertisers, papers
which do not recognize tho right of agents
to a commission ; also that advertisin
agents shall ignore, as far as possible!
publishers who ostensibly rocognUo tho
right of agents to commlshlons, but alio
commissions to advcrlisers themselves
Another resolution condemns the takin
by agents of immoral advertisements; all
a resolution that now agonts bo rated as
canvassers, and Irj allowed only half tho
commission given oil Bgcnts.
Nkw Yortit, April 17. A Herald cable
says tho exhibition building is in a back-
ward stato, and cannot possibly bo finished
by the- first of May. Tho roofing of tho
dome Is incomplete, and all labor ii belhg
concentrated In the endeavor to finish the
rotunda for the formal opening, which
muit bo on tho first of May, that being
the day on which tho sovereign are In
vitod. No other portion of the building
will bo ready. The conitruction will be
continued after the opening. The direc
tion Ii energetic , but the labor it Inferior
ana vliltori wishing to save time should
not come beforo Juno.
ANOTH ER ACCOMPLISH ED
THIEF AND FRIEND OF
HE ROUS THE ENGLISH DE
TECT! VES WHILE ON
THEIR WAV TO HA
VANA. ARREST OK A PIOUS FRAUD AND
HIS PARTNER IN WASH
anutiilk or muw ill's rp.iKsin ar-
Hata.va, April 17. Inspector HayJen
and Green of the London police, and Mr.
Good, clerk in tho Ilar.k of England, ar
rived hero on the steamer Mano Castle.
A man named Wilson, who is known to
be ft celebrated thief from New York,
took passage on thy same steamer. Short
ly beforo her sailing from New York,
when the vessel bad been to sea but a few
hours, Greens trunk was
opened, and forty sovereigns
and some jewelry abstracted. Purser Hi
inond of the ManoC'astle suspected Wilson
of the theft, and kept watch on him,
while others on the steamer suspected one
of the waiters. On Saturday evening
Wilson was Invited to walk the deck, and
while doing so, sorno persons went below
and inspected a salchol which "Wilson
brought on board the steamer. In the
satchel were found a complete set
of burglar's tools and skel
eton keys of beautiful work
tnansihp. The Mano Castle arrived
here Sunday evening, and the passengers
were not permitted to land on account of
the lateness of the hour. "While the pas
sengers were on deck, "Wilson went bo
low and forced opun the trunks of Hay.
den, Green and Good, and abstracted a
quantity of papers,and then hid theburcu
lar's tools lu a closet in Green's room.
Wilson's object undoubtedly was
to get hold of the documents in
tho hands of the Inspectors, relating to
tho forgeries of Uidwcil in London.
After the first attempt to rob the bank,
the Londoners removed tho papers and
opt them about their persons. The clerk
of the Rank of England has Identified
Rid well as the man who opened an ac
count with tho bank, and the English de- j
tectives Identified him as a noted charac
ter. The Havana authorities have arrested
Wilton, charged with burglary, the crime
aving been committed inside the Ha
vana harbor, and the case is under Span
ish jurisdiction. The English detectives
nd the Rrltisn consul have completely
bafil .d the efforts of Bidwell's friends to
obtain his release.
two rtui'DS Anr.ESTr.i-.
New York, April 17. Col. Whitley
states that one ol his oQcers has arrested
Washington, a man styling himself
Rev. T. D. Harney, but whose name is
ardco, and one Sutton, a printer, fur
windling government otlice-holders in
the name of tho president. The prisoners
ro said to bo the authors of a circular pur
porting to be from ex-Representative
Mknsbn, bearing the forged signature of
Gen. Rabcock, and requesting contribu
tions for repressing election frauds, and to
reimburso tho treasury for money lent
for election purposes. It is understood
the president intends to remove office
holders who contributed. Pardee has
very respoctablo connections, bis father
being president of a national bank in
N'ew Haven, Connecticut. Pardee him
self was a member of Gov. Buckingham's
stall during the war.
"Winchester, April 17. C. W. Starr,
doputv United States marshal, from An
derson, has again been among the moon
shiners. Last night about 'i o'clock Mr.
Starr with an assistant, surprised and ar
rested John Romgardner of Adams
county. Ho bad seized the still and
aparatus bolonging to Romgardner on hi
day, April 11, and finished the job last
night by taking the bird from liomgard
njr. Ho drovo to ono David Moser,
somo four miles distant, and after arrest-
n? Moser proceeded to soarcb
the promises. Alter a dill
gont search of a few moments
he discovered now and unmistakable signs
of a distillery. Ho finally got on th
track and followed it a quartor of a mile
from tho houso,whero ho found a still with
attachments comploto, for a capacity of
about thirty gallons. Starr shipped th
still to Anderson, to-day, aud started to
Indianapolis with his prisonor. Thero
was quite a show of resistance manifested
by ono of tho parties, but upon Starr
producing handcuffs, tho prisoner becam
quiet. Starr is aoing a gooo. worn anion
old govcramout defraudors, who bav
been carrying on tbeir underground busi
ness lor years.
A LAZY CLEItK.
Milwaukee, April 17. A postal clerk
named J. R. Drown was arrested at Win
ona Junction, and brought to LaCrosse
this allernoon, cnargeu witn naming ma
this aiiurnuoii, cuaiguu nnu ouruinij mu
matter to save the labor of distributing
ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. APRIL
NO. IMPROVEMENT IN
CONDITION OF THE
MOT. ED MU
IDE I! OP SI II
POfi rlUs Hoi ANY BETTKB.
Rom s:, April 17.-The pope Is still suf
fering, and it Is known thero U no Im
provement in his condition to-day. Per
sons who have been admitted to his pres
ence make the most contradictory repcrls
In regard to his Illness. Tho Italian gov-,
ernment exhibits anxiity In relation to
the malady of the holy father. A courier
has left tho Vattcan for Germany, with
Instructions for tho guldanco of the Roman
Catholic bishops In that country, in case
ol the demise of tho pontilf.
London, April 17. Tho ramor of the
murdor ot Sir Samuel Raker and his wife
causes much uneasiness at the foreign of
fice. Tne government has received no in
formation whatever in relation to the oc
currence. Earl Granville has telegraphed
to Alexandria, making inquiry into tho
origin of the report.
Wabhinotom, April 17. The areas of
low barometer In Ohio and Illinois will
extend on Friday over tho Lower Lakes;
that over New Jersey will move north
eastward toward Cape May. For New
England northerly and easterly winds,
with rain. For the Lower Lakes winds
back to southerly, with rain. The barom
eter will continue to fall in the north
west, with southerly winds. Rising tem
perature over Minnesota ao l Lake Super
ior. For thu Southern States rising tem
perature with partly cloudy and clear
weather. Cautionary signals will con
tinue at Milwaukee, Chleago, Grand Ha
ven, Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Uutfalo,
Rochester, Oswego, New Haven, New
London and Boston.
St. Louis, April 17 Flour, more doing
no change in prices. What dull, No 'I
spring $1 17(a) I 20; regular $1 30; soft No
3 red fall tl od. C.rn active, No 'J mixed
3tJ35c; do white mixed 3i35Jc. Oali
No 'J mixed 20(0 ic. ILrley dull
for all under prime; demand for choice;
No I! spring 8'JOc; choloo $lf7,l 01.
Rye steady prime 'j7c sacked. Porte firm
i'7. I) b meat unchanged. Racon firm
city shoulders packed 7jc; c r 9jq clear
sides seller May lOJc
Ciiicuo, April 17 Flour stetdy,
spring super 3 601 b"J. "Wheat irreg
ular and closed easier? No 2 tl PJ regu
lar; Jl 20J fresh, spo.; $1 l'-'j selUr May;
No I tl 2V; No 3 and regular nominal.
Corn excited and higher but irregular; No
mixed closid at 3oc spot, 37Jc bid, seller
May. Oats excited and blgber; No 'J
-8c regular, cash; 'J9Jc seller May. Rye
scarce and firm; No i fall 72c regular;
76c fresb. Pork sluad; at 110 60 seller
May; SIC 80 seller June. Lard steady at
;3 60 toller May. Rulk meats in good de
mand at full prices) shoulders at 0(Cc;
locseS R middles at 6(bjc cash May;
8J08 U-10 June; choice clear at gj9jc
cutis; 9c seller June. Bacon In gooof de
mand at lull prices; snouiaers at ijc;
luar rib 91c. "Whiskey in fair demand
and market firm at 87c
New York, April 17. tlour dull and
ower: sunor western ?a isuro oo com
mon to good $C 807 iO; good to choice
$7 50(29 25; white wheal a o mta,iu ou.
Whiskey steady 92c. Wheat opened dull
nd heavy, closed urrn; - voicago
nrlnc? tl 6'jfn.l CO: choice white western
2i; redwe.tern$l !8l 85. Rye and
barley unchanged. Corn a shade firmer;
new mixed western C5(mGG; old in store
04(J61c; inferior do 61 Jq western yellow
C0(ii)0(jje; good old wosiern mixed auoai
C6c. Oats quiet; now mixed western 50
04c; new white 5266e; old western
mixed in store S3c bid; 54c askod. Coffee
good demand; rio 10jl8Jc. Sugar quiet;
refining 7(n)8':. Molasses firm. Pork
new mess $18 'J5; prime do $10 6017.
Cut meats firmer; dry salt shoulders 7Jc;
middles firmer, long clear 9Jc; closing 10c;
short clear UJc, closing 100. Jard nrmer,
western steum 9 IMC; kettle 9c.
Mehi'hib. Anrll 17. Cotton dull and
drooping; strict odinary 14c; low middling
lijc; receipts 28ti, SUipmenis lauajiiocaa
33905. Corn .meal, tho hcavn receipts
depress the market; $2 35 bid. Corn dull
and droon nc at OJ(".-sc. uate uuu mm
lower at 4fySi4lc. Hav dull: choice timo
1 1,,. on ii, n Hull at tU 60ft15. Ba
con fair demand and firm at 75!l0c.
Rise and Fall ol the Rlveis
For 21 hours ending 3 p. m., April 17, IS, 3.
Vlcksburg ... .
New Orleans. . .
Utile Itoi'k ...
DAVID W. HARNETT,
Ubten er Big. Ser. U. S. A,
vu.wiiuii(i. April 17. Down! Kllgonr
Up: Fulton and barges; Smoky City and
vf vuniiia Anril 17. Weather eoner
iK. rloudv aud cool, but clearing and
moderating this evening. Riyer about
laimnarv. nini, "'s,v"i v..u
tn.(, H E Lee. Evansville; Grand Lak
and barges, Now Orleans; City of Vicks
. r . til T.nnU llAnarifid: f
. 0015, m. -ivrTT;
inonwcaltb, St. Louis; Rtvllle Whit,
J ri7tr, Dexter, Emma Klliot, St, Louis;
i rmm t. i.ouis. uenar'ea t orn
Indiana, Louisville; Armadilla, Cincinn-
St. Louis, April 17. Arrived: John
son, Keokuk; Roll Memphis, Memphis;
Davage, Cairo; Babbage, Columbus; Julia,
V kksbure; Wolff, Red river; Lake Supe
rior, Reld's landing; Muscatine, Galena.
Departed! Johnson, Kookuk, St. Johns,
Peoria; Capital City, Vlcksburg; Imperial,
Winona and "Wild Duck, Pittsburg; Mus
catine, Galena; Mary LowrU. Vfi.aourl
river. River falling slowly. Rain all
Cincinnati, April 17. River thirty
f?nt and falling. Arrived: Pat Rogers,
Memphis; Andes, Wheeling. Departed:
J W Garrett, New Orleans; Juniata,
Pittsburg. Weather, cloudy and threat
ening. Evansville, April 17. Weather
cloudy and cocl. Mercury 35 to 60.
Rained light since noon. Up: 1-ouls-ville,
Florenco Lee, J K Rankin, Arkan
sas Belle, Comet and barbae, Bowling
Orcen, Morning Star, Mary Ament, and
U Turner all with good trips. Business
I'mmuRO, April 17. River falling
gradually; C feet 3 Inches of water in
channel. Alleghany falling at Oil City.
Light drizzling rain fallen greater por
tion of the day. Arrived; Towboats
Tiger and Charles McDonald. Departed:
Exchange, Nashville; Fearless and barges,
reserving for St. Louis.
Ex-C;ueen Isabella Is shortly going to
Rome with the Prince of Astunas to
have tho youth cunflrmsd by the pope.
The Archduke Charles of Austria,
and the Princess Marie of Braganzi,
daughter of the ex-King Don Miguel of
Portugal, are betrothed.
Madame Judlc, the famous prima
donna In comic opera, though having
made her fortuno, occupies herself daily
with her other worldly caling millin
ery. The Raleigh (N. O.) 'News' an-
nounced the death of Hon. James Brooks
of New York, and made some very feel
ing allusions to the sad event. As Mr.
Rrooks Is now on his way to Ralifgh by
way ot Norfolk, the 'News' takes it al
back. So says the Richmond 'Enquirer',
Mrs. Milicont Garrett Fawcttt, wife
of Prefcssor Fawcett, the distinguished
English Lhberal leader, memberaof parlia
ment for Brighton, Is winning high com
mendation as a lecturer, having recently
appeared on the rostrum in Liverpool
with an able, common sense discourse
upon "Luxury and Its Uses-
A remarkable anniversary will be
celebrated at Berlin on the 30th instant
namely, the fiftieth anniversary of Fiald
Marshal Wrangel's promotion to the
rank of general. Count Wrangel got
his lieuten ancy on October 15, 17S3,
and is still an active officer of the army.
-The once reckless Prince of Wales,
has been Installed as grand commander of
the order of Knights Templar. With an
economical queen, a laving head at the
treasury, and a temperance holr-apparent.
srtainly Great Britain presents an en-
ious position to the other great powers of
At Osage, Iowa, an enthusiastic re
former has started a petition asking the
council to prohibit tho merchants from
selling corsets to the ladies, for the reason
that their use destroys the health of the
wearer, Increasing the doctor bills and de
priving the husband and children of their
ociety, besides being a serious drawback
on the raising of infants. The project
meets with favor, and will doubtless be
seriously entertainod by the city father
when brought bofore tbem.
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
N. WALTCBM, Proprietor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
cl rery ileterlptlaa,
LATH, SHINGLES, OKDAK POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
orders solicited. .
Furnished an aborteat nolle.
Commercial avonue, between Tenth and
R. F. R R Y A N T ,
Near Twci.ty-wxth Street,
Ohio Levee, - CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds of Lumber, Oak, Poplar, Cy
nrem. Walnut, etc.. ilellmed In auy part
of the city free of charge.
toTPatronage solicited, aud satisfaction
guaranteed. 3-l!i tf.
And buy your
Cor. Teutb atreetaDd t'osnmerrlstl Av.
1 am now prepared to manufacture all
spring styles, audi as patent leather, inorroco,
buck and call-nkln boots. Shoe, wills box
toe, cork and pump Holes, Scutch bottouws,
and bevel euge or an) oiuer sijio juu
I am also manufacturing an extra quality
of ladles' shoes. My material ami worn
manthtp are warranted to be ot the hot. 1
am determined to not be uuderaold lor the
same quality ol goods.
Repairing done neatly and, on short
IWMltaSSISSW AWU a-OHWAMOlfSSS.
HALLIDAY BROTH RES
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
K H O II A M TH.
DEALERS IN FJOUR ,
And Axata ol
inio BMTIU AND KANAWHA
70 Onio Levkb,
COFFEY, PACE & CO.,
' O K W A B U 1 X i
A N 1)
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALKR IN
I3LA.Tr. OATS, CORN
AND MILL FEED.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRRANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Buecestors to E. 11. Baodrleaa a Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal adTancemauta mad
Are prapartd to rMaiva, store and lorward
frelahu to all polata and buj aad
sell oa commission,
ISB-Buslnasa attandad to promptlri
JOHN B. PULL1S & SON,
(Huocassors to John II. Palllls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, sic.,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
PE T E R O U II L,
No. HO OHIO LEVEE.
3-120 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD UITTENHOU?1''. & RRO.
en eral CoinmiMton Merchanli
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hy waste your money and health In try
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G I A, SPRAINS, ETC.,
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liii.l luimedlato relief Irom all pain by using
his certain remedy. It Is equally etJectuas
in cuts, burn, scalds, stltftiess of the neck,
ioro throat, swellings, mnatnations, frosl
bites, pains in Use aide, or back, bites of spl
lent or unL" 01 nieaa. .jt.
One rubblnB win 111 au casea Kn ui.r
ate relief, and a few applications complete.
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nropertles it Is beyond doubt the surest rem
edy for the niot troublesome diseases to
which horfes and cattle are liable. It cures
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tbrtixh, and all diseases which destroy the
hoofs or bones of the feet, ,l.k.
t3TFiill directions accompany eacjs&ei
tie. The above are prepared only x"
And sold by .wreks-P .JfiSS
out the country. i-JHvt.w