JOUNII. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
I'rcaolilDf;, Sabbath at M, a.m. and 71 p.m
I'rsTcr midtliiL', Wednesday at 7j p, m.
Sabbath School, 3 p.m. J. Al. I.ansileu, Ht.
pcrtnlcnilurit. JtKV. II. Timyeii, J'astor
WCTHODIST.-Cor. i:hditb aud Walnut Sta.
"reaching, Sabbath at luj a.m., and 7 p. la
Vraycr meetln, Wednesday, 7J p.m.
Sabbath School. 3. p.m. 1 W. Hllllwell.
Uil)i..lni.n.lf.t,l ll.. L I 'I'... .. '
ItKV. K. I.. TllOMIKON.
nimcn OK TIIK
uralm; prayer". Sabb ith Jfti a.m.
t-vemiiK prayer, i j p.ui.
Sabbath School, ! a.m.
ItKV. K. Coan. Hector.
eT. PATRICK'S CIICRCH-Nlntb St. and
U ii.iilinrton Avenue.
labile xcnlcc, Sabbath 5:1 ) anil 101 a.m.
Vesper, 7 ji.iii,
Ssbbath School. 2 p.m.
Service fiery tlay, 8 a.m.
ItKV. P. J. O'IUlloiux, 1'rlen.
T. JOSKl'U'S OllURCH.-tf.ermau,; cor.
w;r ol Walnut anclCroti Mreel.
Maw, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
cspers, i p. m.
Jlas iluriii); week day!, H o'clork a. m.
ItKV. r. IIokkmam, l'rlest.
ilrcet between Washington Avenue and
I'reachuMt Sunday mornine at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath Scliool al 2 o'clock p.m.
ItKV. ('. lIUKHriCIINKH, l'artor.
a'OI'NO MK.VS CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA-
i ius .nebular meeting seconu Monday
eacli montli at tliclr room over Rockwell
A C' book tore, Commi rclal avenue.
Weekly Pr)er meeting, Friday, "J p.ui. at
I,. W. Siii.i.wki.!., President.
SKCONll MISSIONARY HAl'TIsT
(.IICRCII L'onii-r S eamore and lort -
lirst (street. Prcachlm; Sabbath ut 11
o'clock a. in, and ,1 o'clock p. m.
Sunday scliool 1 o'clock ji. in.
'Hie church la connecti d with the Illinois
Association, by the Klrst Ml-tloliary Bap
tist Church ol Cairo.
ItKV. SOLOMON I.EO.VAHti, Pastor.
AFRICAN MEiHOI)IST.-Kourtct nth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Services, SabbMh. 11 a.m.
.-.OiJllII SCHOOL I) (Mil.
Clan meet at )! p.m.
ekconi) nti:i: wii.i. itAPTisT-Kif.
teenth Street., Iiftnin Walnut and Cedar,
h'ervlcct Sabbath, Ij and .1 p. in.
IlKV. .V. ItlCKH, Pastor.
THEE WII.I, HAlTlsT HOME MISSION
SABBATH M.HOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar street.
Sabbath School, it a.m. -FIRsT
KllEE WII.I. BAPTIST CIlUItCH
Service, sabbath 11 a.m., .1 p.m. .V7Jp.m.
IlKV. Wm. Iiki.i.ky, Tartar.
KIKST MISSIONAHV HAPTIST CHUHCU.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth Sti.
1'rcacuiiiK Sabbath, lui a.m. and 7J p.m.
l'rayer meeting, edneMlay evening.
Treadling, Kriday evenliu:.
Sabbatli school, li p.m. John Vanllaxter
aud Mary Stephen", superintendent".
ItKV. T. .1. SIIOHE.i, Tastor.
SECOND HAI'TIST CHUltCII-KourteenUi
Street, between Cedar knd Walnut. The
only llapti.t church recognized by the A-
Servicer, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Ukv. Jacou ItiuDLKY, Elder.
CA1HO COMMANDEKY, No. 13. Stated
Ani-embly at the Akj lum Maonlc Hall, Ilrit
aud third Mondays in each mouth.
CAIHO COl'NUl., No. 24. Itegular Convo
cation at Manonlc Hall, the pecond Friday
In each month.
CAHtO CHAITEH No. 71,-ItcgUlar Con
vocation at Maroulc Hall, on the third
Tuesday nl every mouth,
i'AIHU LODGE, No. 237 F. A A. M.-Keini-lar
Communication! at Manonlc Hall, the
f ecoud and fourth .Monday of each month.
AI.EXANDEIt I.ODOE, 22-MeeU In Odd
Fellow' Hall, In Arler'i building, every
Thursday evening at S o'clock.
Oovcrnor John L. Ilevertdgc.
Secretary of State Ocorge H. Hurlow.
Auditor of State C. E. Lipplncott.
State Trcai-urer-C:iper lluu.
Attornev Oeneriil .lames K. EdwiH.
Sujit. I'u'bllu Intruction-Newton llatcman
Senators ltlchard J. Oglcthy and John A.
''Representative Eighteenth Dlstrlct-hacc
MEMHEHS GEN Ell AL ASSEMHLT.
ltcprejcnutlvc" In thu With J,",t'",-r-jolni
II. Ol.irly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math,
tw J. Inccorc. . ...
gtnator for the Mth Ulstrict. .Ico W arc.
Judpe I). J. llaker, of Alexander.
Stale'n Attorney ratrick H. I'ojie.
ClcrU-H. S. Yocum.
Sherlff-A. H. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Trcaurcr.
AssocUUei-rE. McCrltc and S. Marchll-
""clerk Jacob 0. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Gorman.
Mayor John Wood.
TreiiKurer-ll. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. 11. Fullli.
Clerk-Michael Howie v.
Attorney H. W aton ebb.
l'ollco Jlagistratci F. llrom and J. J.
Marshal and Chief of Polleo-Wm. Mcllalc.
Street Commldloncr 1). J. Galllgan.
Health Olll-er-V. Wootcn.
Members I'ollcc jnrce-A. Cain harsunt,
V Whltcanip, l'hllllp Helm, Chin. Mclmcr
and 1'. A. Conimt.
nOAHD OF ALDKIIMKN.
Kind vvard-Hlram HUby und J. M.
' second ward-Herman Mcyert and Wood
,UThlrln-aCrd-.lolin.McEwonand F. Kom.
Fifth wnnl Jno.
F. NellU and M. J.
II. lloblnson and Win
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Patty. BBli OboHbi,
And the celebrated lUumlnstln
BIOIS' VOILDWO. OOl ilTB 0
MKNT AGAINST THE
, SENATOR f JASSKHLV RETURNS
II jo iSACJv 1'AV.
ut. iii.A.-MU KKUKIVKD AT NEW
til a tin . . '
vi.ur.A.-ia WITH CHEERS.
THE INDIAN COMMISSIONERS
. ASK INVESTIGATION.
THE BILL I.V EQUITT
Vasiiixoto.v, May 1C Tfco attorney
Ginoral and the governmont huvo agreed
not to glvo to any partlci a copy of the
bill In equity to be filed at Hartford
?lnit tho Union Pacific Ilallroad com
piny and itockholdori ol Credit .Mobllier
till It thatl bo filed in court.
INTERNAL KKVENL'E JtECKITTS
For tho prcicnt month liavo reacbed
$700,000, and receipt for tho fliml vear to
date aro 11,012,1)00.
Senator CaMerly ha i0nt a check to tho
Jecretary of the treasury for Hi Lack
pay ae a mcmlor of tb -L'd conrcM.
HE JILANl ANH COMI'ANI.
New Ohleasb. ilav in : n
lllanc, 1). K. Clout and othorf. from Hi
Martin, arrived tbi ovcnlng In charge of
t ueputy marshal and a emiad of federal
loldleri. They rcachod tbo railroad ferry
landing in front of Jackion iquaro about
o p.m. upon Hopping from the boat they
were received with tremendoui cheeri, by
o.uoo w .,oou puople, who anembled to
welcomo thorn. They were taken to the
cujtom-bouso, and relcaed to appear bo.
fore tho United Statu commldloncr to
morrow. INVESTIOATION APKEO.
I'lULAUiLi-nu, May 16. Geo. II.
Stuart, chairman of purchnlng board of
Indian commlnionern, has written a letter
to Secrotary Dolano In roferonco to tbo
chargei of unfalrnon in the recent awards
of contract! for Indian uppliei, In which
be jayathe complainti are Indefinite and
unfoundod, and wking, in behalf of him
aolf and colleagues, a full and thorough
Wasiiixoton, May 10 The preildent
ha recognized Eraile Kant coniular for
Franco at St I.ouli.
OUR MEXICAN MINISTER.
New Orleans, May '0. Hon. John
Foitor, United Statoi minister to Mexico,
arrived yesterday, and will addrei tbo
Cotton Exchange to-morrow evening by
invitation, and will probably leave on
Monday by a iteamer for Vera Cruz.
CO.MMI.SSIO.VKH RCII L'LTZ
HIVES AT VIENNA.
SHAH OK PERSIA ON
THE POPE IMPROVING.
Vienna, May 16. Jackson Scbultr., tho
newly appointed commissioner of tbo
United States to tho Exposition has
readied this city, and bad a long confer-
enco with Joy, American minister.
TUG iiiiile lands.
Alexandria, Egypt, May 10. Tho
Oriental topographical corps, which left
New York a few wooks ago, to mako ex
plorations and skotchoi In tho Illblo
Lands, aro engaged at tbopyramids,5Iom
phi and the Lower Nilo.
THE FOROERT CASE.
London, May 10. Tho caso of tho
Bank of England forgory was boforo tho
court again to-day. Witnesses identified
the bonds found fn Uie trunk In Now
York, and tostllled tbeir purchase by tho
nccusud, At the close of the examination
the prisoners wero remanded. Advices
Report quarantine regulations were en
forced thoro to the great inconvenlonce of
merchants and travellers. Steamers and
ailing vessel with upward of 'J.500 ps.
enger on board, wero detained thoro at
THE 6 II A II.
London, May 10. The, tbah of Per
la will oon arrive at Vienna, Ho is ae-
campanled by all tho members of bis cab
inet and three of hi wive. It is ostima.
ted tbat the oxpenso of hi European tour
win ue o.uw.uuu slorllntr.
IUyana, May 15. Tho captain gonoral
bat changed hi mind and decidod to con
tlnua to onforco qunranteen regulation-
earner, yazoo, Juniata, Havana,
Margaret and Germ.ni, aro .,11 detained
Ubougb there I. not ca. oflllnei. ou
board ny of tbem, nor it there my proof
that cholera. exliti at Now
Orlom, from which j,ort all
the above namo-i yt-noU failed. It I)
Iroposd to petition the govomtnent of
me united mate to Intervene for iLetr
releaio, nioro e-poclally at the attention Is
or jo large a number, and crowded with
pawengen In thii unbealthv bav. it verv
uangerous. Several caici of voraeto are
alroady reported In harbor.
ORDERED IN T11E HELD.
All rogular troops In Havaaft and other
towns havo boen ordered to Join tbo army
in me Held.
It li reiwled that Cuban. AL-romonte.
iog tnat his capturo was Inevitable
comrnittod suicide rather than lull alive
Into the hands of the Spaniards.
the total vote.
Madrid, May 10. Thu total numbor
of voles polled In tho recont election was
1,250,00.J. The roto In tho capltol was
unusually light, owing to the apathy of
II parties except tbo federal Kepubll-
the rorE uealtii.
J.OME, May 1C Tho health of tbo
popo continues to improve.
OF TIIH I'll K?
FL'.VEKAL OF LIEUT. SH EHWOOD
Haltimore, May 10. At the meeting
.,f al.. t . ! . . I
- A,7BU,kumu Kviicmi Mifwuiy
day, records were pre.ontcd from the syn-
ods of Laltimore, Cleveland, Erie, Albany,
narrisourg, iiiinols, Central Iowa, North
Iowa, South Kansas, Missouri, Tonnossce
and New Vork, and olatlstlcal reports
wero referred to the special committor
Uuilding of inansos was recoramooded to
secure depositories for preserving the his
tory of tho church.
Little Rock, May 10. The Presbyte
rian assembly ol tbo United Status mot at
'J a.m., and wm oponod by prayer by the
moderator, U. W. Smith, D. D. A large
number of delegates arrived this morning
and were reported.
Huffalo, May 1C. The funeral ol
Lieutenant Sborwood, who was killed In
a fight with the Modocs, was attended this
afternoon by an escort of United States
troops from Fort Porter, with United
States officers as pall bearers. A laige
concourse of citizens and otilcers of Now
York volunteers. Tho body of Capl. A
Howe, United Statoi army, another -Mo
doc victim, will reach hero to-night and
be buried with military honors on Sunday
New York, May 10. It is understood
that at the meeting of the National Trot
ting association to-day, it was agreed tn
maintain the rules so strenuously objected
toby trainers and drivers of tho associa
tion, till a proper request for roaonablo
modification thereof is received from tbo
latter organization, which it is more than
probably would be acceded to.
NEW YORK SALOONS.
New York, Miiy L The police have
completed the census of placos in this city
whero liquor is told. Tho total number
Six jurors havo been obtained in tho
TWEED AND THE FIFTEEN
FURTHER EXPLOITS OF COE
NIXON STRANGLED TO DEATH.
POISONING CASE AT DAYTON.
New York, May 10. Wm.M. Twood
to-day ploadod tot guilty on 16 now in.
dictmonta found February 20, reserving
tho right, however, to inovo to quoluh.
COr. THE FOROT.R.
Boston, May 10. Coe tho forger ht
boon oxpollod from tho board of broker.
Thirty-two thousand dollars worth of
bond aro missing from the safe of Bon.
jamin Humphreys, tho key to which Coo
it supposed to huvo stolen from his
brother while tbo lattor wa ilck.
TRIAL OF I'OISONERS.
Dayton, May 10. No Rule excito-
ment provailed boro to-day caused by ex
amining Mrs. Earhart und her on, who
wore tried in Germantown yosturday,
obargod with poisoning the Hanna family
at tbat place, several weens ago, by plac
ing arsonio in tbo cotloo pot. Although
none of the family dlod, tboy made a nar
row escape. It ! 'o ehargod that Mrs
Barbart, who is 71 year of ago, hat pois.
onod other member of hor family, yrhoo
bodie aro to bo examined. Tho accused
will bo brought to this city for trial at tho
noxt torm of tbe court.
Vt York, Mav 10. Tbo examlna.
I tion by tao doctors, thow that Nixon'i
I i I nt kunn tiM,1rAti anil that
kad rosultea iruin mrangmauun. una
I ram strangulation
' pbp.Wn tated that no .utlering. or the
j unfortunaU. n mutt havo been .
GOE. 12TH STEEET AID
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY,
ANP'rilKR ATTACK TO
.MADKON TJIli MODOC-.
COIj. MASON AND CAl'T. HAS,
IIHUCK TO MOVE SIMULTA
IN -TUB LAVA BEDS
San Fiuncmco, May 10. A dispatch
from Camp South of Tulo lake, I.ava
Hods, of the 13th Inst., say the Modocs
are now entrenched in a crater or mass of
lava, approximating iomo littlo southeast
of this camp, and distant from Ufteen to
eighteen miles. Capt. Hasbruck la ita
tloned witbln watching distance of tbo
army with a forco of
HO men, whoro bo
awaita tbo arrival of Col. Mason, Who
started from Jack's old stronghold with
170 man, and took a southeasterly course,
It is intondod the two commands shall
consolidate undor Col. Mason, and bold
tho Indians at bay till the mortars
forwarded, and a scout is mad around tho
southern boundary of tho Ilds by way of
iicknor road. At Iait account! the In
dlans wore fortifying tbolr present posi
tlon with the intention of giving battle at
tho first opportunity.
SECOND DISPATCH 11 V. M.
Colonel Mason ha juH slsnallod his
knowlodgo of tbu whereabouts of tho
Indians. lip arrivod this attornoon, by
wuy of Jack's old stronghold, and says
that both himself and Haalrluck wero or
dered to obtain favorablo positions during
the night, and attack tho enemy at 3
o'clock to-morrow morning. Thli Is known
toa w nn r in . ai c i...
not creftted ftny cilernofll.
Lava IIeds, May 14. 7 n.m.-Ono Sen.
tinel reports bo heard firing in an easterly
direction from camp at an oarly hour this
morning. It is Inferred
from this that
Mason has begun bis work.
The body of Lieutonant II irrU artivod
at Yreka to-day.
oeo. it. vvoLr.
Indianapolis, May 10. The body of
Geo. B. Wolf of St. Joe, Missouri, was
found floating in White rivr ahnnt a
miles below this city, by.iomo fishermon
this afternoon. Tho body had evidently
been in the water ton dav. p-
posed bo was accidentally drowned, as no
marks of vinlenco wore found on bis
"Wasiiinoton, May 10. Probabilities
For tho Northwest and Uppor Lake.',
thence southward to Missouri and Lower
Ohio valleys slowly diminishing pressure,
northeastorly winds, cloudy weather and
occasional rain. For Tennesseo, tho Gulf
and South Atlantic states, northeastorly to
northwesterly winds, rising barometor,
partly cloudy nnd clear weather. For tho
Lower Lakes and thenco to Uppor Ohio
valley northeastorly winds, high pressure
and gcnorally clear weather. l'or Middlo
states northwesterly winds, warmor and
partly cloudy weather and signs favorable
for occasional rain on Cbosapoako bay.
For Canada and New England north,
westerly winds, cool, clearing and clear
St. Louis May 10. Flour Arm.
Wheat flrui; No 1! spring $1 2&i 'JO;
No 3 red fall $1 C31 C'j. Corn active;
No 2 mixed 10("iluTc; 4il teller June.
Oat in demand; No 2 mixed 3tiJ37c el
ovator; 3ic leller May. Unrloy dull.
ityo quiet; no tales. Purk quiut, $17 26.
Dry unit muatH dull. Bacon dull; tbuul
der 7j8c; clear rib 9jVjc; clear sides
y"l0c; hams UlCo. Lard lower;
primo bioam winter eje country nianu
facturing ll7Jc. Wui.koy Urm, GOo.
Cattle firm, ?o0 fat beeves; $'.'(Ii)3 50 in-
furior to common, nogs easy tgr buyers;
bulk sale $1 70 t 66.
Memphis. May 10 Cotton dull and
unchanged; receipts 1001; shipments GOO;
stock 33720, Flour dull. Corn meal ac
tivo, unchangod and advanced to 2 G5
2 7U, Corn in goou UHinanu at ouc. uau
scarco and firmer at 47l8o. Ray In good
demand" at flS'J0. Bran arm at 15.
Bacon dull and unsettled; shouldors Bsjc;
tides 9'0lOc. Pork dull and nominal.
UllICAOO, -nay 10. riour urmj goou 10
pIioIpo .nrinc extra $0 40fil7. Wheat
higher and unsettled! No 'i sprine t 112
cash, SI 30' Juno delivery; No. 3 jl 22( j
SI 221. Corn dull anu unsomoa; com-
mon No. 2 mixed 3910c cash, 4UJ ,iune
dolivery. Oat steady; No. 32 on tho
spot; 335 Ju,l Jolivory, Byo quiet; No. 2
G9jc. Barlov quiet with no suloi. Pork
Pork lower, $10 on tho spot, and $10 10
Junedelivory. Lard in fairdeuiand; low.
,r rBlo c cash or Juno delivery. Bulk
meats qulot; ribbed sidoi, July delivery, Oo.
Hacon quiet. Whisky b'JJc.
New Orleans, May 10. Flour dull;
XXX T3 40; family 10. Corn quiet;
mixed 6Cf7'7c. Oat flrm at 60c. Bran
at 75c. Hay dull; primo 20c; choice 2So.
pork dull aud nominal; me 1c D S
meat dull at SJ!lc. Bacon dull and
nominal at 8!ij10c. Hams dull at
l)iHi(c. Lard dull; prime in tierco OJc;
In W 10ic. Sugar dull; common 0k;()7.
Molasses nothing doing. Whisky dull at
91(2.910. Coffee 1720c; sterling 27jc;
night quarter premium gold 17 jc. Cotton
Vkw Yobk, May lO.-Flour shado
Urmor and more active; tupor western
ffi 0067,0 10; common to good$C 857 60;
pood t choice 17 458 60; white wheat
v ia fiOffi.lo. Whiskey tlrmer and in
r.i, .lmiiRd at 03310. w noav a tnauo
fair demand at y303jc. vvneai a thadt
tlrmer: rejected spring 1 4"(jH 4o ho
$1 6C1 67; No S Cl.lc;o$l 05: No 5
northwest $1 0?; hit? western $ 07(3
1 oa ItvA rm: wettem t.. unriey
nniJ .ml nncbancod. Corn moderate
requott and quotation! unchanged;
' . tiiatinr; now mixed w9.
iern7o2o wblU 66066c; black 48050.
MAY 17, 1873.
"?eBrm- Buisardull and butors and
seller apart. MolnMes quiet; mess pork
nr. ! ""' "(19115c. neui steady
RL and unchadged. Cut meaudulb .houlZ
crs OJu, bams 12i3c; middles quint and
weak; long clear UJr, ihort clear mjic.
Lird quiet and weak; western steam flip
tl; kettla 0o.
Sr. houis, May 10. River rlien one
Inch, about on a stand. Arrived: Mus.
TV.' ,".Ua,ua ! Minneapolis, St. Pauls
Alice, Kansas City; Andy Johnson, Keo
kuk ; Illinois. Orafton ; CJItyof Helena,
Mcksburg; Wm. H. Brown and baico
Ohio river: St. Josenb. M.mnhl. li...
parted: I)llo Memphis, Memphis; Andy
Johneon, Keokuk; Red Wing, Bt Paul;
Illinois, Urafton ; St. Johns, l'uoria; Kan
iileKeeiier.Napleij t!apt. Wm. H. Hrown.
arrlted to-day from Pittsburg ho will ratio
vu iuw ooat wm. Uowen.partlally burned
and sunk at Grand Tower, as con as the
nvor iau. oathor clear and cool.
iVANSviLLE, May 16. Clear and
warm; mercury 0! to 00. River fallen 1
loot. Up: florcnco Lee, Mary Miller,
""""T, rayette ana uenrgo Koborts,
Down: Charmer. Knvttonn. .1 li PrUui-
Mary Anient and 1'robasco. Ilml noil
NASHVILLE. 31nr lit Illrnr rll(n- 0
feet on the shoals. Ueparlod: Hellma'n,
Cincinnati. Mav 10 nirnr 10 rni
Jind falling. Departed; Andes, Wheol
Ing; Geo Lyle, with tow from Pittsburg,
and J. S. Neal, with salt from l'omcroy.
Up: Baltic, Pittsburg; Neal City, Wheel
ing to Loulsvillo. Weather clear and
MeMNH". Mav 10. "Wealtinr rln.r
and warm. RIvor riiine? slowlv. Ar.
rived: Anna, Littlo Rock. Departed:
Eekort, Cairo; Colorado, St. Louis; J. JJ.
Rankun, l'ino Illutls.
New Orleans, May 10. Arrived:
Kyle, St Louis. Donartod: Mltclmll n,I
Ashland, Cincinnati; Ilea and barges, St
Louis; John B Maud, Memphis. Ther
Pittshuro, May lfi. RIvor falHn?
gradually; & fcot 11 Inches water in cban
nel. Arrivod: Mallio Rairon. went to
Wheeling and returned: Exchange will
depart for Nashvillo tomorrow. Mesten
ger and Marv E Davage ttro loading for
St Louis. Weather pleasant. Business
moderately actlvo during the day.
Wksiiuro, May 16. Down:
and Exporter. Up- Ycngcr, Ki
Clear and warm.
HOME TRADE !
turner i wciitu street ami v...ui.it;iuii n.,u
. C. HUELS
(Late or St. Louis)
BINDER AND BLANK
BLANK BOOKS of even-description done
with neatnei-i and dUpateh. All kltnl ol
mllni; done at dmrt notloo Bibles .Mtile,
MauuzlncH and lVriodieals bound neat and
at the lowest po-..lble r;ito-.
County work, such an Record. Docket
Fee Books BUnka, etc., made a ipeclallty
uoxes i ocKei hooks Kine lopes etc
made to o"ir 11-21 tl
WINKM AND I,IttUUHH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Also, k conUnlly on tinnd moil cum
Plato slock of
IOOTOS AVI) IHIBII WniSKIH
-O I .N H.-
Fort, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba W!n
It. Sinvth .t Co. are also wrenta for Spen
cer. JIcKav .te Co ' r tlsblirL' a e.oi wmcn n
hrue stock Ih kent constantly on hull
their wholekiile store.
FOR SALE, "I forg"! f FOR SALE
KorHal I FOR HALE
Faro from LiVERroot,
Faro from Londonpeurt
Faro from Glahoow,
Faro from QuEKNaTow.v
CAIRO, i : : : : ; : 8-
"alloril. MorrU Catulee Actnu.
mfAN Tine" "
I.tmvool .New-TuiU lid rbilmlelphK
csoia cONTaici witn rniTt iiiiu n tiitistl
Kor 0rrjin tho Mll
FOH PASSAGE TICKETS
ea mmta laroaiiiTioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALK, Aa r
IS llroiiwy, New-York, or to
Wahlnitnn Ainn Cairo, lllmoii.
WE CAN OFFEll
To a man whoso acquit omenta are unexccii.
Reliable, and who.e time can bo wholly
given to a pleasant and remunerative em.
ployment, an excellent chance, and wo
hereby ollclt eorre.potideiico with those
only Of good nodal standing. Addrenn
takeeldo Btlildlng, CblcafiO, JUf.
I OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Given by the
CAIRO TURNER SO CI FT
m:.ik m (ui titv.
Sr.vnAV. May IP. rt
Iho Cairo and inccnnei railroad lia
been chartered for the occa.lon.
1'ralti" will leave Winter' block, corner
seventh c treet and Commercial acimu a
First train at 0 o'clock a.m
Second" at 1 n m
Third ' ....... at i!:.:o ' p m
'I ho lat train w 111 return to Cairo :tt 7
o clock in the cvrnlmr.
lliecntcrtainiiienl during the day will be
And Gamc.ol all kind".
A general Invitation I
extended to the
FIFTY CENTS FOR ROUND TRIP.
COME ALL I
Good mulc will be In attendance, nnd we
assure a good time.
coMMi rnn: of aruangem
WVWtw ItktVVi tt
imucr. Vi . .1
W. BUDER, President.
FOK COPYING THE LAWS AND
JOURNALS OF THE 2STII
Ob' ILL INI OS.
On or before llm
anil until 11 o'clock in. ot wild day, neulfU
propo,.i9 will be received by the i cmmlt
Moneri ot public printing lor mpyliig the
Iah, JouruaN and Joint revilutliiui of the
'1 wenty-elk'lith general u.embly of the
hiaiu in iiiinnn. ami lor meh lublitlona
copying at may bu onferc d by ald gvuvral
Mich propoaN inu.li bo In triplicate, one
copy to bu dcpo.ited with tho i-eurcHirv ol
Mate, one vvitii tne auditor of public ac
countH hihi one with itio Hate treaMirer,
mid .iccoinpuuleil by u bond, tor the fulthliil
performance of thu contract, In thu puiu.l
Mini ot ?.oou, Milled UV tvn nuielieM. sum
bond must be i-uttlui't"ry lo Mild conmiU.
hloneri, and bo approved by the governor,
turn men m in ouicu until uu uwaro I
Kueh proposal mut be accnmpanled by at
leat ti n liue ol the haiid-u riling ol the per-
on iniiklinr the piopoiul legal cap paper
tuKen us (lie measure.
The governor and tho coimiilwloneri ol
publlu iirinting ri'i-ere to tlii'iii.elvci the
riylit to reject any and nil Mtl. The propo.ali
will Im oiiened ut three o'c oek p in., Wed
nesday, .May 2S, IbT.'l, in tho olllcu ol the
goMTiior, and Ihu contract then and there
awarded unlet nil bids aro rejected,
(iKO, II. ll.iiil.ou-, See'y ol Stale.
c. L I.H'i'iN'corr, Auditor P. A.
K. lllr., flalu Tiea-urer.
6-11 d2w. CommU-loiiiTi Public I'rlnllni;.
HKAI, ENTATK AUE.HV1.
John (. Ilarman. Cha. Thnipp
JOHN Q. IIAUMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLL KOTO RS
Norlli !' ' "III" Levee,
Sole authorized airents for the 'ale of I. C.
railroad land In Alexander and I'ulakl
l ouiitlt'-, of which them remains a largo
iiuantlty nti-old. ciiiliraclng ome of tho
very bet In the country.
Ali-tracts of Title, Conveyancing nudo a
Mieclalty. Real K.tato bought and sold.
EST'l axeii l'ald. etc.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (BK0OND TLOOlt) OHIO LBVMi
Hoy and Ssll Rkai Estati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
An 1 prire Coateju"! ot Klodsl
Hai now ou hand all kinds ol
CORD AND STOVE "WOOD
For sale. Leave orders at
VM. KLUOK'8 STORE,
Corner Sixth and Ommerolal,
Or at corner of TwnUUi anaifopUvr'
iJbi AG A2f '8
A TEW APPLICATIONS MAKE A
Pure Blooming Complexior
It la Purfly VegrUble, and Ita crntloa U tia
tod frit at ouce. It Uo away with tlie Klul
Aiipraranco cmwHt by llett. i tUeur. tad Ei'.
meat, lleiln udrcnioviUBIotchno lloiia,
dKptlUDKiltrk and unsightly pcu. Urlrrt ay
Tin. Kntkln, aud KUDburu. ud by Its RoUit
punnrul isfluciice mtatlet Uio UJeJ chetk wii
YODTHFUL BLOOM AND BEAUTY.
Bold by tU Prugfffatj and Fmcy Stont. Xti
13 firk tltc New York.
The MEDICAL WOND&B.
A N 1NTAI.I lULK SPFC1FIC FOR D1SEASFS
'if the LIVLK, BLOOD, KIT NEYb ind ECW.
11, an I corrective of all Icmale dimit.
meiiti It contains no alcholic fpuiu o4 m
HEAD T3i:T8 t
a rinmirvTinv Tccrmnv,,,
MKSSRS I & C MAOU1RE. ii. L.ui.. Mo -
Gentlemen The uniiertifnedhaving Lno n j cu for
many eara ai reliable chemlill ail phartnaceu
titu, and otiervinf the effective acti n of ,our
tcniciliet for whatever recommended, wlih fo bear
voluntary evidence to the efficacy of your lait. and
In our opinion. Wit rreriration. ' JIAdUIRl 'S
CUNDUKASGO HITTERS," ll l all that you
claim fir It aa an alterative, purgative, t'epurstor
and diuretic, actnc tpcclally upon tl liver, blood,
cldnei an I Iwwrle
JOiKI'll 1IKOW.V, .Major, who add: "1 have
found thlt the limit pleasant and effective medicUM
I have ever ued."
Mil pv. st't t s c,,,. i,n,,. r.nmi...v...
wno auui i rmionc inr .iiyor rpintrn.
I IIW l 1 L. I I S.-.' .
1'r l. Collier Lead o: Oil
I). M IIOIT5F.R,
rron. St. Loim Globe.
W I U'AUNLK,
( I'll I'r bale Court
UK1 1 IAIN A Mil 1..
Attorney at Lav.
S. II LAr LIN.
cf lall.ni Kasd Twdar
CHAS. O COVTFR.
t'bm'n Um Cen Com.
MenVi of Mo. Deta.
laie Cliv & County Ata'r.
late l'aiHaBoatman't Cl'k Court Crlm.O
BavinflOF II M CIIAMCEV
NOKMA.nTCOI.MAN, Trea Dut & llrov,
l'S Rural World. E S, OREKNWC
M S 1IAUT.NET f. l'rre. Y. M,
l'rre. Y. M. C. A.
laie I'lty ( ollectir
M T ANDREWS.
c( Moody. Michel ft Co,
E. A bUHYOCK.
of Shryock A Co.
W T. GAY.
cf Gay, Ilanncnluap It
of jlarnum'i Hotel
And manyolben toonumerout 19 mentlcn.
J. & C. MACUIRE.
Sole Proprietors, Si. Louli, lis.
PRICE, 75 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
NOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Commission icK' Ofkic,
ANNA, ilia., aiay is. mid. i
l.l , I. will I... rHL-rilVMtl until 1
o'clock li. ill , on the 17th day of July next,
lor thu erection and completion Ubove tbo
lui-ement story) oftho centerbulidiii;ol tua
fin. ..Id ItiyJttM ii.thiln. locjateul ut
. , .111111:1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1. . . , , j ' , -
1 .,!.. ....iiniv 11 null. swDrte lima
... .... in.k.1 iMiti in iiiu naiiRia,cu. -
.J- ..... ,i,.,v limI dolfarn n.ut accomnany
.ai'b lil I. conoiiioneu tuai w wis .-u.iur.vv
awarded, thu bidder will prompuy enter in.
to contract ior uie nurn o isv, "-
blu the amount ol coutraci pnre, 10 ue ap-
nrnveil bv t he irovernor ior a uiiuiw row
pllanco ot the term ol the contract. I'lan;
and spoelllcattoui wlllbo on exhibition at
thu oilico ol tho comml-vloimft In Anns, on
and alter the tint day or July next, her
blank proposal call bo had, Tba conunls.
sloncri rcsene the rlKhtto reject atiy and
all bids. I.V bTUKUieaa. )
MAIN CHUM (sTsalOT,
nnmt .tahllnir connected with tht how
and samplo rooVu for oommoroiw vraroiw
vv nmnlbus to and from all tralni.
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