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OPFICB, BtriiIi33a?IlT BTTIXiXDIlTO-, COR. 12TH STKiaOUT A.1VTX) -WASHHTaTOKT VEISTTJE
JOHN II. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
OUR CHURCHES.
I'ltESHYTKUIAN-KxtlU Street.
1'rcaclilnt?, Hnhbath at 10 a.m. slid 71 p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 71 p. in.
abtiaUi School, 3 p.m. .1. M. I.atisdcri, Su
perintendent. ItKV. 11. Tjiaykh, Pastor
METIIODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut St
Preaching, .Sabbath at 10) a.m., and T p. in
1'raver mcetlmr. Wetlnesilav.?! ti.m.
, Sabbath Hchool, II. p.m. L. W. htlllwcll,
lJlitii.liti.n.U..I lul t- W. .... ......
i-ajvir.
CHURCH OK TUB KUKKMEIt-(Kplsco
J.l.)
Morning prayers. Sabbath 10J a.m.
Evening prayers, 71 p.m.
Sabbath School, U ii. in.
KKV. 13. Coam, Hector.
eT. PATRICK'S CIIURCII-Nlnth St. and
Wasnlngton Awnne.
Public sen Ice, Sabbath b:l0 and 10) a.m.
Vesper, 7 ti.m.
fahhath School. 2 p.m.
Service every dav, a.m.
ItKV. IV.). O'llALLOKAN, Priest.
T. JOSEPH'S CllfltCH.-((.ermaii tor-
hit oi uinut ami uioss hucii.
Mass, cury Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vespers, '-' p. m.
Ma during week days, 8 o'clock a. in.
Hkv. 0. Hoffman, Priest.
German i.i;Tni:itANcm,'Kcii-i3tii
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street.
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at '2 o'clock p.m.
ItKV. ('. DlT.llCIINKII, Pastor.
VOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASm.CIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
rich month ut their room over Rockwell
& Co's hook store, Commercial uvenuc.
Weekly l'raycr meeting, Friday, 7 p.m. at
the room.
1.. W. Stii.i.wki.i., President.
fcECONl) MISSIONARY IIAPTIsT
CHURCH. Corner Sjcamorn anil Forty
Jlrst trcet. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and .'(o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church I connected with the Illinois
Association, by the Klrt Missionary Hap-
tlit Church nt Cairo.
Hkv. Solomon Lkonakd, Pastor.
AFRICAN METHODIST.-Kourtcrnth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Senlce;., Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath School. I j p.m.
Claw meet" at .'I l.m.
SECOND 1'REE WILL IIAPTLST'-Flf.
teeuth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath, 1) and :i p. in.
ItKV. N. RlCK.i, Pastor.
FREE WILL IIAPTIST HOME MISSION
SA1IHATH SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Mbbath School, U a.m.
FIRST FREE WII.I. HAI'TIST CHURCH
-Curry's llarrack
Sen ices, Sabbath 1 1 a.m.. 3 p.m. t 7 p. m.
ItKV. Wl. Kkllkv, Pastor.
HIRST MISSIONARY RAPTlsT CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Prcachlug Sabbath, 10) a,m. and 71 p.m.
1'rayer meeting, W edncxlay evening.
Preaching, Friday oveiiln.
Sabbatli School, 1) p.m. John Vanllaxter
ud Mary Stephens. Superintendents.
ItKV. T. J. allOHKK, Pastor.
SECOND HAI'TIST CIlUKCIt-Fourtcctith
Mreet, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only llaptlit church recoguled by the Av
soclatlon.
Servlccf, Sabbath, 11 n.m. 3 p,tn. and 7 p.m.
Hfv. Jacou Uhaiilkv, Kbler.
SKU11KT OIIDKRS.
TIIK MASONS.
CAlllO COMMANUIIHY, No. 13.-SUte.I
Acinbly at Uiu Aylum Ma.onlc Hall, llr-t
and third Mondays In each month.
CAIHO COL'NCII., No. ilt. Iteguhr Convo
cation at Matoulu Hall, tlie fecoud Friday
in each month.
CAlltO CHAl'TUH No. 71. Itcgular Con
ocatlou at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every month,
CAlltO 1.01) (IK, NO. "J37 K.& A. M. Itejfil
lar Communication at Masonic Hall, the
cecoud and fourth Monday of each mouth.
TIIK ODD-KKIXOWS. ,
ALEXANDER 1.0 DUE, 221-Meeta In Odd
KeUvw' Hall, In Arter' building, every
Thursday eU'iiiug at S o'clock.
STATE OFFICEHS.
Oovcrnor John L. lleverldge.
l.leutenant-Oovenior
Secretary of State Oeorc II. Harlow.
Auditor of State-C. E. l.lpplncott.
State Treasurer Ca-per Uutz.
Attorney Oer al .lames K. Ldall.
Supt. Vubllcinitnictlon-Newtoiillatcman
CONOHlissMKN.
Senators ltlcliard .1. Ogle-by and John A.
eprcienUtivo 'Eighteenth District 1-acc
Clement.
MEMIIEKS OENKHAL ASSKMHLY.
Itcpresentathc In thn Wtli tll-t'Iot.-
John 11. Oberly, Win. A. Lemma ami Math
cw J. Iiikcorc.
Senator for tho Mth dl-trict. Jese arc.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIllCUtT COUIIT.
Judge D. J. Haker, of Alexander.
Ktatu's Attorney I'aUlck 11. l'ojie.
Clerk-It. 8. Yocimi.
Sherlir-A. H. Irvln.
Win. Jlartln AsBeisor ami '1 rcanirer.
COUNTY COUKT.
Judge V. llro!i.
Associate J. E. McCritc ami S. Maichll
uon. Clerk Jacob 0. Lynch.
Coroner John H. (lomiuan.
MUNICIPAL "GOVERNMENT.
Mayor violin M. I.anMlen.
Treasurer i. ullllll"r;,;,,,.
Comptroller K. A. lluniett.
Clerk Michael Howlcy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney I'. H. l'opn.
l'ollce Magiiitratcij F. Dross aud II. sl.an
Cu'icr of l'ollce-L. II. Myers.
BKI.KCT COUNCIL.
Slavor John M. Ijinntcn.
Klrst Ward-1'. G. Schuh.
Second Ward C. R. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staats Taylor.
Cltvat.La0')-V. 1'. Hafllday md D.
Uur ' noAnD of a;.df.hmf.n.
First Word -James ltearden, A. II. Saf-
,0&ond Ward-It: H. Cunningham, E. l.u-
fourth i Ward-Jno. II. Robinson, O. II.
Hease, J. H. McUalf.
PIIYHICIAXH.
II. WAIlDiNEH, M. D.
Office and ncsldcuce 111 Conimwclnl vo.
mfe'inext door to thu Athcneum).
DR. B. 0. TABER,
?V, resume the practice o. UU PWh-Mon
lToSM avenue, tipstalr
WILLIAM U. 8M1TII.M.D.
K8IDEN0E No. Tbirwenm .'7.Vr.
foe-lM nnmm.tcUlaunun.up sa.X'-
0. W. DUNNING, H. D.
T) BSIDKNOB-eornarNlnth and Wu ,tJ
)5ij!h9nr-fromi .ia,toWm.iWal,',n
f
m&mni
INDIAN AFFAIRS.
----- - .
THE .MODOCrf AGAIN OCT
OFFPItO.M WATKH.
COI,. OILLE.M THINKS THBHIi
IS NO CAANCE FOK
THEM TO ES
CAPE. VIOLATION IIY TIIK WHITES OF
THE TREATY WITH THE
SIOUX.
A COMMISSION' TO HE KENT 011'
TO REOON'OILETHEM TO IT.
ETC,
ETC ,
ETC.
TIIK MTfAHON 0)' TUB MOlUCS.
Nkw Yokk, April 23. A dispatch
from n Francisco ttyt Col. Olllem ro
jiorti to general SuholIuM tbnt the .Mo-
docs wcro compelled to ovacuato their
lint hiding pi icq in consequence of tho
scarcity of water. Tho Indians nrouow
3 miles from water. Col. Oillem thinks
lie now has tho .Modoei completely in his
power, and lliero Is no ch.mcs for tlicm to
cjcnpc,
or..v. Jtr'. c. iuvi.m,
.Succesior of (Jen. Canby, arrived yester-'
day at San Francisco. Ho ivlllttnrt Im
mediately for tho Modoc country.
an iMFOsmo.v o.vTiir. fiotx.
Wasiiinoton, Apr!! 23. Tho attention
of tho interior department has just Leon
called to tho fact that tbo treaty mado
with the Sioux Indians in 1SCS lias been
oxlcnsivoly violated by tho whites. Un
der tbnt treaty lands in Nebraska north
of tho river North 1'lattc, between cer
tain degrees of longitude, wcro to bo sot
apart for tho Sioux Indians for tho pur-
po"j of hunting buffalo, and not to be
opened to settlement. In defiance of this
treaty surveys of hnd havo bcn made
and settlers haro yono upon it, nnd ob
lalncl patents from tho land uf.ico with
out tho Indians making any
complaint. As thn country 1
rapidly filling, Secretary Del mo
will nd a commission to tho Indians this
cutnmnr, and endeavor to have them ngrco
to give up their hunting grounds. If the
Indians do not comply with tlm request,
troublo with tho Sioux n apprehended.
Soino surprise is manifested that tho In
dian supply of ammunition has not given
out before this. Fears are entertained
that tho Indian tralors mutt bo in Icsguc
with them.
WILLIAMS' OPINION.
Tho attorney general, who is pretty
well acquainted with tho MoJoe country,
expresses the conviction that tho troops
will nolthcr capture nor exterminate the
Modoc, and that more of tho trlbo will
get nway.
IT.0TKCTI0N OFl'F.KEP.
Washington, April 23. Gen. l'opo
commanding tho department of tho
Missouri, says all parties sent out by tho
government will havo protection, if they
will roport to him. Ho thinks it possible
from tho fact that tho bodies of tho sur
veyors, said to havo been found buriod,
that they wero murdored by whito horse
thieves or othor desperadoes with motives
of plunder.
MISCELLANEOUS.
I'KltFECTINfi OF ARRANGE
MENTS FOR THE ST. LOL'IS
CONVENTION.
SENATORS, CONG RES?M UN
AX!) Till-: PRESIDENT TO
RE INVITED.
A WORRINOMAN'S VIEWS OF
THE EIGHT HOUR MOVE
MENT. ETC.
ETC.,
E I C.
Till: T. LOIMH COXVKNTION.
St. Loiij, April 23. Tho o.ecutivo
nnd other committees having in chargo
tho jireparallona for tlio congressional
convention to to held hero noxt month,
hold nnnthor meotlng this afternoon, and
still further porfoctoJ arriuigomonU for
tho event. Tho following invitation to
n ndilressod to nil xoncrnssmon of the
South und West, was agreed upon:
SiiiYnii urn rosncctfullv and earn
estly invited to attend a convention of
inumUuts ot uoin nouses oi tuusmi'i "
imii! in iiiti citv. commencing tho 13th
day May, 1873, at which it is proposed to
lay before you tho agricultural, nitinufac
turinir. and commercial needs of tho est
and South, hoping thereby to securo your
co-otioriitlon in obtuinlnir suoli national
legislation ns will insure tho improvement
of present, and opening of now water
lines of transposition to tlio senboard.
It was also doclded to invito 1'roiidont
Grant and tho heads ol tbo departments
of tho government to bo present at tbo
convention. Tho railroad excursion
through Missouri and Texas, to tho Gulf
of Mcxtco, In which ull delegates to tin
convention will bo Invited to participate.
will loavo hero on Friday morning, May
10, nil arrangoments to that ond having
been mado, and Invitations given out.
AN OUT-SrOKIH W0IIKINC1MAN.
Nxw York, April 23. Tho working
mon's associations havo organized an
hour inforcemont league, composed of
CAIRO.
i delegates from ench union In tlio ststa.
At n mooting last night, W. A. (laney of
tho bricklayers' union raised a storm by
.vlrg that although ho belonged to a
union lio did not believe in tho princplo(
and .10,000 men who walked the streets in
i llcno's last wintor owed it to tho union
.sTOKns. Judgo Davis to-dny granted tho motion
to set nsido tho allegations of error pre
sented by tho attorneys for Stokes.
CRIME.
A WITP. MURK Kit
IIoiton, April 23. At Edgcworth this
morning, Mori; Roothby, a carpenter
whilo under tho inllucnuy of liquor, delib
erately shot his wife, Instantly killing her.
He escaped.
a MWNAMHl'I.ISTIC lT.lSO.VKIl.
A special dispatch to tho Traveler, from
Exeter, New Hampshire, slates that on
Sunday night a boy, Wilfred A. Fills of
Lowell, now In b cell, ut Exeter Jail, while
in a sotnnambuliitic state, got postctston
ofn razor of ono of threo prisoners oc
cupying th) sanio cell, and attempted to
cut their throats. Two of tho prisoners
wero slightly wounded beforo he could bo
secured. I'itta it will bo remom bored
made a midnight attack with nn ax on tbo
toy Emcnon a fow days sinco.
M'IClllK.
CiiirAno, April 23. A singular caio of
suicldo occLrrod haro this afternoon. A
man whote namo is supposod, from papers
found upon him, to bo Christian Johnson,
entered tho coal otlieo on Wet Adams
street, mid quietly nsked tho clerk to lend
him a knife for n moment. The clerk
handed tho man his pocket-knite, which
he took, and opening ono blade drow it
rapidly ncro!3 bis throat, cutting it from
car to car. He died almost instantly.
WEATHER. PREORT.
Washington, April 23. Probabilities
The area of lowest barometer will continue
mot Im: eaktwaud beyond the Carolina coast.
For Thursday In South Atlantic .Mates (ail
ing temperature, wind veering to north
wcm, and cloudy weathe. For Gulf State
north and northwe-t wind, increasing to
brl-k on wi-lem gulf, with generally cloudy
weather, and loner temperature. For.Mld
die and LVtcrn States rl.-lng barometer,
north and northwest winds, and generally
cloudy weather. For Luke Rrglon rling
barometer. iduduUMng north wlntli, and
cloudy weather, with slightly higher tem
perature. Cautionary slgnali continue nt Wilmington
and Norfolk.
MARKET REPORT.
St. l.niM. Anrll 33 Plnur drill, m.
por SI SiJfJH 75; extra $IQ,0 7Cj -X C
(2,0 to, XXX SO 75(37 5o; choice und
limey latniiy ?s i5(vi,'J oo. neat, spring,
nominal, turn ana unclianged; full dull,
'n roil tl i.V ntivnlnr Kn ' il 70.
Corn firm; No '-! mixed 37f3.37c. Outs
higher; No 2 mixed 3'Jc. Hurley dull; No
2 spring 70yor, choice SI 0J1 15. Kyo
steiidv; No 2 CSQCOc. I'ork buoyant nt
I.. . . . . . .1 . r. . i
lti;iBjc casu; seiioro-ino iJ(i)iutc; dry
Cl. ...n.fr l.I..tm. .Vm.il,l..la am In . I, n
country 7Jcj clear rib 8Jc; spot shoulders
Tc. JSacon cxcitcu ana nigner; Clear siues
next week lOJc; shoulders 7c cash; clear
sides toller Juno lie; clear rib seller Juno
102c. Lard ttltf, prime steam held firmer
Colleo more activo rio 21jfi?)2-tc. Sugar
rlnll Lfiuiaionn 0adO?e. AVhiskv Armor
at b"c. Cttlu i.ii'ady and unchanged.
noes uciiu ni oviw-
tKuini. Anrll ;1 Cnlton llrmnrT
good ordinary 10c, low midline; 17(j)17So
HeceipH 1 M; shipments 10 75; sloci:
381 05. Flour dull; family 5)I0. Corn
meal scarce nnd firm at 19(rl2Ce. Hran
firmer nt HlHJc. Itacon activo and
advanced; shoulders 7j(JSJc; sides 10
!0?e. L'ird tlrmor; choice refilled
loJo. I'ork scarce and tinner, at 20c.
V . fli'.r ii vs. Anrll Flnur dull
double SO 50; XXX $7 25S; family S3
10. Corn firm, S'COe. Oats 464(ic.
Hran quiet, buc. nay, primo quiei 22(i)
i!2 f.0i2,J3, Salt meats quiet 71S,8J
f10lc. Ilacon nctivo CU10J(W)lu3c.
Hams H415c. l'orlc held
imIO Imvnr nflnp 1S1 l.nril
flrmj refined tierco He; keg 9J(S)10c. Su
gar no sale. M.olasso nothing doing.
WhUkoy dull at SUJSa. Cotlco l'fnl'Jc.
Storlint 27 J; sight 273; premium gold 17.;
uoltcn moueriueiy nciivo.
RIVER NEWS.
Vrw nnt KAVs. Anrll 'IS. Arrived: II
S Turuer,Louisvilli'; Continental and llis-
murck, St. l.oun. tioparteu; n r. Lice,
Louisville; Mary Allco Hnd barges, St.
Loui; Edinburgh, Arkansas rivor.
"Wuatlior clear and warm.
Nasiivillk, April 23. River falling
M.tll. "i. fnr.1 O tnMin nf ivnti.p llfl ItnrniiLll
1 ... WV. V ...V..V ' .... w.. .....
shoals. Arrived; llransford with 15C hhds
(f tobacco, Uppor CumUerlauu. ue
.rt..,. Tvrnnn f'nlpn
PrvrmviTI An. II T l!lvr 91 fi.nt
C Inches and falling, Arrived! Nu6hvlllo
ana Armauiuo, Aricansns river. aju
parted: Charmer, Evansvlllc; l'rohnsco
mi nfiTi nim. .11 miii ii ii is. iinti'M wiiii iiiwh
if coal: Ohm Jiniwn, Ton, Dodsworth,
rut MNifnr. Tnm IMfniv with i mUnitl.
lalieous low. Up with barges: J.ittla
Giant, Dodsworth nnd Farow. Cloudy
und cool.
Memi'His, April -.i. ciouuy und nl
most cool enough for snow. Itivor fulling,
Arrived: Jno 11 Maud, Now Orleans. Do
nated last night: Falls Pilot, Ohio tlvor;
!. niiv niv Orleans: .Inn Kvln.
City of Alton. St Louis; Sklllingor, Cin
cinnattl; to-day; Jno Kilri Ady
Uuuni, Clnclnnatli; leournu, una river.
LOiriHVJLI.K, Apr" ,-nrniwi i)en
r 1.11.1 f 'Inntnnnth Illun Wini. Knn.
tucky river; Handy, Leavenworth. )0.
. ll K..r.klln. Ilnllnil SUtn..
narivo. '"
..i... tl'ln.. Ifnnlnrkv rivnf! Inrnltii.
IUU -v.....--j
Star, llcndorsoni Sandy, Louvonworlh.
canal U Iwov, inuiaii eini" ioci .v niviius,
"Weather cloudy and cold.
Eva nhville, April 23 'Wcalhor cloudy
ftnd cold with signs of clearing. Morcury
40 to 40. Klvor fallen ono foot. Down
Mountain Hello, midnight; Exchango,
hrovKKl 2;30pm, John Gilmoro and
"tarv Amont, 3:80; Idlowlld 0:30. Up;
Hlclimond 9 a.m., Fayetto and Oeorgo
ouri
ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. APRIL 24, 1873.
Our Homo Advertisers.
nitv IMMIIIS,
72. FALL AND WINTER '73
G. 11AKNY.
LAUGH STOCK.
jjuuw iuibiiiuius,
PUINTa,
TICKINOS.
cnucKd,
AID
STltll'F. 3,
KENTUCKY JXANP, KITKA,
OASSIMKRS,
BLACK ALVAOAS
inn
LUSTKItS,
GIOS'HIAIN SILKH,
I'OII.I.VH.
LAHUK STOCK OF (JARI-XTJKO
OIL OLOTnS,
MATTIHO,
tflndow NltHdti,
OILT HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACK
DAliABKS.
Uln Kntlre Mtock
VKHY LOW FIGURES.
CORMZn 8TH ST. 1ND COM A1ERCIAX.-AV.,
Cnlro, Illlnola.
M'tlll
HINT.S ANI l.lliUUltti.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GH00F.U3, j
OniO LEVEE
C A I II O . ILLINOIS,
A'.ro, tffp coa'Uclljr an hand a most com
l'It stock of
rjXQ,Tros.a
soeTcn ad liiinn wuibkies
-O I X H.-
Vort, Maderio, Sherry and Cat&wha'Win''
It. Pmvth it Co. are also aecnts lor Spen
cer. McKay it Co.'c l'lttiiburi; ale, of which a
Iarpo stork It kept constantly ou hand at
incir wnoiesaic nore.
I.UJIUEIl.
WIIITK COLLAR I'LAXIXG. MI J.ii
N. WAI.Tr.RS, I'roiirlttor,
limn
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
i t .?er? donerlptlon,
LATH, SIIlNQLEi, OEDAR P05T3
DOOltS, SASH, BLINDS
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnished on sbirtrst nolle.
Commercial avonue, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets
CAIEO; XilljXItTOIS.
7t
B. .F. 11 11 Y A X T ,
WorrJctor
WLiTTJT MILLS
Near Twei.ly.vixth Street,
Ohio Levke,
CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds n( Lumber. Oak. Poplar, Cy
prci", Walnut, etc., delivered In any part
of the city free of charge.
tSTPatronago bollcllod, and ealMactlon
guaranteed. 3-2Stf,
COAL.
CAIRO CITY COAL
COMPANY.
1 1 nrrparsJ to supuljr eusta inei with th
auiilltr of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAXj.
OltDKllS lea at Halllday Ilron. olllco. 7
oiiio lkvkk, or at the Coal Yard below tho
St Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten-
iln. Thu 'I-.fl "MO.NTAUK" Will brll COal
! lmmrnblK HeamerH at .my hour.
DKaNNIS IIALH1'
Has now on hand nil kind ol
DRY COJtD AND STOVE WOOD
Kor Kilo. Leave orders at
voi.KLumrssToiti:,
Coiner Sixth and Commercial,
Oi nt fotiiuot 'Iwillth nnd l'oplnr-
WOOD RITTKNIIOUSv, & URO.
FLOUR
AID
Gonctal Couiuiisslon Morobanta
133 OHIO LEYKB.
Our Homo Advertisers.
JiiM:i.i.Axs:oiH.
SAVE MOiVEY
And buy your
SOOTS S H O 23 S
or
II. JONES,
ror.Tftilli alrcttiinil t'onimnrrlal Av,
1 am now nretiared to innniira-tura u
'prlng itylcf.ruvh anpatentleather,morroco,
buck ami call-rkln bont.
toc, cork and pump solo, Scotch bottom,
-iniivivirujiB ui .in uiuerM!C you WMII,
I urn alo liianufiioturllijr an extra niiallly
of ladlei' shoe". .My material nnd won.
maiihlp arc warranted to bo ol the bi-t. I
am determined to not bo under-old lor the
fame quality ol rood.
ltepalrin done neatly and on short
notice a. Jonks.
FRED ROSE
MEECHANT TTVIIjOS.
No. 104 Commercial Avknui,
Frcnrh. Scoteh and American ran.imiiu
of all colors, and beaver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In the
LATEST STYLE,
And at the lowcn uric. A line lltand lira
rlas tvork guaranteed. SatMactlo In oil re
specct warranted.
LAHL l'LTKRS,
BLACKSMITH
'fr.i:'.nvnth itml l'ortlsr its..
Informs tho public that ho hacnsai;eii tho
sendee" of a Klrt-cl.m Wai;on makcrand
al-o a I'lr!t-clai llorfe Khocr and 1 ready
to manufacture and epair all kinds of wort
In tlii- trade with npulr and dlipatuh,
a-iMui.
REM IS, URONYN & CO.,
BAG MANUFACTURERS
AoE.VTd Home Cotto.n .Mills
NO. 60 Ohio Lcvco, Cairo. Ills
l-3.2m.
1'AltKEH & JiLAKK,
UliLIltlN
WALL PAPER. FAINTS,
li:tly, neniliie, lltuotlii,
-WI3TI30-W O-LASS.
WINDOW SHADES,
iii the Cffhrtcd itlumlnstloit
AURORA OIL.
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FOU THE 1'Kll.VANINT CCKM Of
TEST FKVKK.
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
AUK I
n!elr ri M J"C!"es ' dcbllltatlnt; In
.. I me cuiuuiuuon rs in
tli?.'.i?.i ,l no."e yurfl ""Ici'lt to cute by
Wui I !?f; 0 nT. ,Vrartlc:' The KMer an.
yuitno III tho rrnilni;stai;cof Ihe dUeased
JeliiB purHy eK-Uable. they act w h er.
a.nty on tl.., dNca-c, totally7 "adlcitln- It
rr. ,"t(l,,,no you hear of, whsn
Ihoiii xon'n fVii.rnn.i ... iJl.
uovur tailed to cure thu Chill lu any cast.
KEASOSS WHY THEV iMrSHOULD
HE USED.
sands of tenttinontals hau been recetttu.
riiuniiiii nim uicso powuers nave periormiiil
miracles In curing cases of longstanding,
many of them considered hopeless.
There Is no risk In taking them. They
contain nothing Injurious, and, thereior,
nnnn n. .iu It... . 1 1 ...... . n . 1. 1
w. ...u ..llv.lll UirCBH, W UllCM IUV
rciult of tho many nostrums of the day.
nikiHim ivvuiunicm. uiciii us superior 10
(lulnlne or any other known remedy, (or
they leave tho irstcm In a healthy state, and
tho patient beyoud tho probability or a re
lapse. I1KWARE OF COUNTERFEITS Tha
E'Ji1.0..0, J1."1."? 1,1 "lu Hi boxes, with
THOMPSON'S FEVKIl ANIi Afllii' vnw.
Dtlts stamped on tho lid. and tho slfTiiture
ot 1 HOMl-ioN A CltAwroni. on tho wrapper.
Ao others can podbly bo scnulue.
THOMPSON'S
R II E U 31 A T I 0
AND
HORSE LINIMENT
TtlC OKEAT EXTEBNAL UF.MEDT FOB
RHEUMATISM, NEURAL
OIA, SPRAINS, ETC.,
GOOD FOR X.IX OH BEAS7
This liniment has earned for itself a repu
tation uncipiallcd In the history of external
applications. j3J'rhoii"inil vtio now sut
ler from rheumatism, tieuralula, etc., w.ild
Und Immediate relief trom all pain by usins
this certain remedy. It Is equally effectual
lu cuts, burn, scalds, stiffness ot the neck,
soro throat, swellings, Intlamatlons, froJ
bites, pains in thu side, or back, bites of spl
lers or stlnsts of (meets.
Ono rubbing will In ull cases ghe immedt
ate relief, aud u few aopUcatlons complete
cine.
On account of Its powerful penetrating
properties It Is beyond doubt the sureit rem-,
cdy for tho most troublesome diseases to
which horses and cattle are liable. It cures
scratches, old anil fresh cuts or sores, chafes
produced by the collar or saddles, Injuries
caused by ualN or splints entering the flesh
or hoofs, bruises, sprains, sweeucv, spavin
thrush, and all discuses which destroy the
hoofs or bones of tho feet.
ESTKull dlrcctlous uocomoany each bot
tle. The above mo prepared only by
CltAU'FOHD FOHHS,
141 Market .Street, Philadelphia.
And sold lir storekeepers ireiierully throuvss.
out the country. 1 '-'(! It d-e-tv
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IcjI lu tlio orld. A Ujjirjisutj.
tlvc and Champion of Atuer
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of subscription last fall, when tho Aid! ne as
sumed Itspreseut noble proportions and rep
leieiitulhe character, thu edition will mere
than doubla the past year; proving that the
Amerlca-i public appreciate ii sincere el
lort In the cause ot Art. Thn puMIihcr
anxious tojuntlfy the reudy coiilldcnvethue
demonstrated, have exerted Ihcuisidres to
the utmost to develop and Improve the
work; und the plans tor the coming year,
ns untolded by liu month ly Issues, will as
tonlsh and dellitlit emu the tuutt itugulmm
Irleiids ol the Aldlne.
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tho be.t foreltfii masters, stdected with e
linir to tho hluhest artlstlo success, and
Kreatest general Interest ; avoiding such ae
have bucomo familiar, throuuh nUutozranii,
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sons. These plates, uppcsrlog In the Issue
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lu advance for tlio year I37U, will receire,
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'Tho Village llelle," and "Crossing the
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ot competition In merjr deiurtment, the
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free to the subscribers to a Hvo dollar perl,
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trations of those chromos, see November ls
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Henry Stoddard, assUted by the best writer
and poets ot the day, who will strive to hav
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Iiik with Its artistic attractions.
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