JOHN jL0BERLYt PROPRIETOR.
1'reachlng, Habbath at 10J a.m. and 74 p.m
grayer meeting, Wednesday at 7J i. m.
dabbath Hcbool, 3 p.tn. .1. M. Lanwlcn. .Su
perintendent. Hkv. II. Tuavkk. l'astor
CHURCH OK THE KEDEEMKK-(Kplco
.Morning prayers. Sabbath 101, a.m.
Lvenlng pra) kit, 7, p.m.
Sabbath School, U a.m.
Hkv. E. Coan, Hector.
aT. PATRICK'S CllURCli-Nlnth St. and
vi anlngton Avenue.
I'ubllc service, Sabbath 8:15 and 101 -m.
c-pcrs, 7 P.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
Kiev. 1'. J. O'llALLOKAf, l'riost.
cT JOSF.l'll's cm.'W:!!.-(Cicrmin,j cor
ner ol Walnut and CroM t-trcet-.
Ma, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. ra.
v t-per, t p. tu.
Mats during Meek days, g o'clock a. m.
Hev. u Hokkma.v, l'riet.
GKRMAN LUTHERAN CHUHCH-iatb
street hetweeu ahlugtou Aveflue and
Preaching Sunday morning at lo o'clock.
Sabbsth school at 1 o'clock p.tn.
Hkv. c . Dt'KitsciiNKK, Pastor,
VOt'NO MEN'S CHHI&TlAN A.-.mHJIA-TION.
Regular meeting second Monday
caeli month at their room over Hock well
A l.o's Im)oW store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Pra)er meeting, Friday, 7J p.m. at
1.. Stillwell, President.
fcF.CO.VD ill.-SIONARY HAPTIST
HLItClI. Corner r-ycamnre and rorty
tirst i-trt.it". Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday school 1 o'clock p. m.
'1 he church I' connected with the Illinois
Association, by the Flrt Mlvlonary Haji
tlst Church ol Cairo.
Hkv. Solomon Lkonahp, l'ator.
AKH1CAN MfrillODlST.-Kourteetith, bo
tceu Walnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sa'ibatti School, lj p.m.
ClaA meet at 3 p.m.
eF.COND KKEE WILL HAPTIST- Fif
teenth Street., between Waliiut and Cedar,
services Sabbath, 1 J and 3 p. m.
Hev. N. Hicki, l'ator.
rMtr.E WILL HAPTIST HOME MISSION
sAHUATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath school. U a.m.
FIRsT KHEE WILL HAIT1ST CHUHCH
ten fco, sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A 7) p. in.
HEV. WM. KEM.KV, Pallor.
KIKS7 MISSIONARY HAl'TlST CHUHCH.
-t'edar, between Ninth and Tenth St".
Preaching sabbath, 104 a,m. and 74 p.m.
Prayer meeting. eduesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath school, p.m. John Vanllaxter
aud Mary Stephens, superintendent.
Hev. T. J. snouts, Pa-tor.
SECOND HAPTlsT CHUHCH-KourteenUi
street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only liaptlat church recognized by the As
sociation. Servlcei, sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Hkv. Jacob Hkadlky, Elder.
CAIRO COMM ANDERY, No. i3.-Sta.ted
Awembly at Uie Aylum Slavonic Hall, nrt
and IhlrU Mondays In each month.
wAHlO COUNCIL, Noit.-IleguUrConvo-cation
at Ma)nlc Hall, the ecoud t riday
In each month. .....
wAIRO CHA1TEH No. 71.-Repular Con
vocation at MaMnic Hall, on the third
Tuetday ol every month,
lAlRO LODGE, So. 237 F.4 A. M--Itegu-lar
Commitnlcatlon at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Monday of each mouth.
THE ODD-KEIXOWS. , ,
ALEXANDER LODGE, iil-Meetn In Odd
Kellowb' Hall, In Arter's building, every
Thursday evening at 6 o'clock.
Governor John L. llcverldgc.
Secretary of State George H. Harlow.
Auditor of SUto-C. E. Llpplncott.
State 'lTeasurer-Ca-pcr ltuu.
Attorney General .lames K. KiUall.
Supt. I'ubllc InstntctJon-Newtou liateman
Senators-Richard .1. Oglcsby and John A.
lleireseniauve t-iijuiccuiu uu.
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMnLY.
He.retenutlve In the Wth Jlsflft.
Jobn 11. Oberly, Win. A. Lcmina and Mulh-
" in)alorCforreUie 50tU dlstrict.-Jcsso Ware.
Judee D. J. Raker, of Alexander.
State's Attorney rutrick. H. 1'opc.
Clerk H. S. Yocum.
SherilT-A. 11. Irvtn.
Wm. Martin AsseHor and 'Ircasurcr.
AWelB. McCritc and S. MarchU-
a0Clcrk-Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John U. Gossman.
MUNICIPAL "(10 VERNMENT.
Mayor -lolin Wood.
Treasurer H. A. Cunn ngbam.
Comptrollcr-E. II. t ai ls.
Attorney II. WaUon SVVbb.
1'ollco Mugisirates-F. llrofs and J. J.
"tree" CommUslonerrl). J. Oalllgau.
Hoalth Olllcer-W. Woolen.
Mmt ors l'ollc-c Force-A. Cain rcent,
K. WtwmP? I'WiUp Helm, Chai. Molner
ml P. A. Coimnt.
nOAlll) OF ALpr.IlMEN.
First ward -Hiram UUby and J. M.
ViSwl ward-Herman Meyers and Wood
UlThlrldTaCrd-.lohnIcEwcna...l P. Ivors
"fturth vvard-C. F. Ncllls and M. J.
MFlith ward-Juo. H. Robinson and Wm.
1'ARKER 4 ULAKK,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Pottr, Bnml!it, UMOllne,
isd the celebrated illumines
B&Ot8' V-CILDIRn OOB ilTB. COB
r.uiuil3T.-Cor. Klghth and Walnut His.
'reaching, Sabbath at 104 a.m., and 7 p. m
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Habbath School, 8. p.m. L. W. htlllwcll.
Superintendent. Rkv. F. L. TilOMi'so.i,
OFFICE, BTJLLHTI1T BTTIXiXJUsrO-, COE. 12TH 3TEBET
TH H CONGRESSIONAL CONFER
KNCK EXCURSION AT
AD.JOrilNMKNT OF TUB GOV.
CAI'T. HAM, POISONED,
CANDY'S KEMAINS TO ARRIVE
AT INDIANA I'OLIS
THREE DEATHS FROM CUOLERA
REPORTED UN THE STEAMER
(jalvksto.v, Texai, May 21. At 10
oclock this morning tno excuriionlm
wero taken for a drive on tho beach on the
gulf side of the c ity, which was enloved
I very much by all. Returning, many of
them vultcd tbo cotton presses, flower
gardcti and residences of citizens. At 12
Was spreal at the armory of the GalveUou
artillery company, which was attended
not only by tho entiro party, but by many
gents and lalie of tho city. After par
taking of tho bountoous wput, Captain
.Molt, of the GalvcUon Artillery, called
tho anombli 'o to ordor, and alter a few
remarks expressive of his own and hie
company's ippreciation ol
Of a visit from vuch distinguished guests
hef introduced Mr. Nib!&:k of Indiana,
who made a brief speech. Sptaklng was
then entered into ralher promiscously,
and Eldridge of Wisconsin, Stanard of Si.
Louis, Ward of Chicago. Judee Reagan of
Texas, Melllcho ol New York. Col. Flour-
nay of Galveston, Crittenden of Miisouri,
Judge Kenoard of New Orleans, and
Crane of St. Louis, and Ex-Gov. Lubbeck
of Texas, were successively
To the sentiments of fratjrnlty. good feel
ing, brotherly respect ar.d love, unity of
purpose, etc, which were loudly and
heartily applauded. At 3 o'clock tho
guests were taken in carriages and after
witnessing a review "f tho military and
Are departments, were driven to the New
Orleans steamer upon which they aro cow
embarking for that citj. Previous to
lunch at tho armory, many of the con
gressmen assembled In an opera-house by
Invitation, and listened loan
From James Sorley, chairman of the com
tnitteo on commerce, and Col. Thrasher,
upon the resources of Texas and Impera
tive need of improvement of Galveston
and other harbors of the gulf.
tS IT CItOI.EBV ?
Cincinnati, May 21. Some auxioty
was produced here to-day by the an
nouncement in tho afternoon papers that
there bad been tbreo deaths from cholera
on the steamer Jno. Kilgour from ew
Orleans to this city, one having occurred
botweea Vicksburg and Memphis,
and another at Paducab,
and tho third befuro reaching Evansville.
Dispathes from Louisville to-night state
that Captain Stein, command. r of the
Kilgour, denies that there has been any
deaths Irotn cholera on his vossel. "What
grounds there may bava been for theso
rumors can only bo ascertained after tho
arival of tho boat, which will probably be
hero to-night or to-morjow morning.
WAS UALL I'OUONEU?
Washinoton, May 21. The Evening
Star says with rclcranco to the account
of tho Arctic adventuro as It appears in
its telegraphic columns to-day, tbo sus
pocted poisoning of Capt. Hull recalls a
prediction tnado before tho sailing of tho
expedition, by a porson of this city well
acquainted with its personnol, that Capt
Hall would nover return alive, but would
fall a victim to the envy of sorao of the
Atlata, May 21. Tho gabornational
convention adontcd a memorial to
congross urging aid to three great water
lines from the Wost to tho Atlatic. Llo
nuont addrossos were nude by Gov. Wood
son of Missouri, and Gv. Brown of Ten.
nesseo. Tho convention declined to ac
cept a tendered excursion, and adjourned
slno dio. A grand banquot will be given
at tho IUmball houso to-night,
Louisville, May 21. Tbo American
socioty of civil onglneors mot at tho Gait
hnuso to-day, Charles Hormany of Ibis
city, In tho chair. About ono hundrod
members were prosent, Including tbo lead
ing civil enginoers of the Unltod States.
Tho morning session was occupied in or
UKI'EAL l'llAYEIl OH,
St. Louis, May 21. A momorlal signed
by nearly 1,000 womon of this cltv. nr.iv-
Inn for a repeal of the socUl ovll
Hon system in practlco here, was nre.onti-d
to the city council last nk-btr it a,..
forred to the Banltary committee
$75,000 i-oit No. 8C,777.
A nr.r11 rl!.....,u r a. .
-..,i,.u mji iio, ou,j, 7 has
drawn the J76.O00 in the Omaha lottery
From tbo citivdels of tho Knlghti of Car.
tliago la Mijjouri, mot recently at Mo
berly and organir.cd a etato citaJel.
The Mliiour! itato editorial convention
which will meet at Louisiana noxt week.
hnve mado arratigomanti for an excursion
trip to Chicago.
I.NblA.VAroLl, May 21. Tho remains
of Genera! Canby will arrive hero on in
corly train to-morrow from J'eorla. A
meeting of tho various committees wn
held this morning, and arrangements per
fected for tho lunoral, which will tako
placo Friday at '1 o clock.
Ciiicaoo, May 21. A heavy rain'storin,
accompaniod hy fearful thunder and
lightning, began hero about 7 p. in., and
continued for about 3 hours. During the
storm a whirlwind of extraordinary vie.
lonce struck a portion of the west divis
ion, unrooting several bouses, tearing up
plank sidewalks, and doiDg considerable
other damago. Fortunately, no casualties
lo persons occurred.
VAN I U REN'S FRIENDS INTER-
I'OSINf; IN HIS
THEY WAIT ON THE I'RESI-
DENT AND ASK HIS
A STATE TICKET NOMINATED II Y
THE KErUHLICNS IN OHIO.
II. EATON ELECTED CHAIRMAN
OK 1 HE CIVIL SERVICE
van iickkn's fkiendi.
"Washington. May 21. A delegation
from Now Jersey, composed of ex-Kcpre-
sentative Hill, Col. Vermillion and other
citizens of that state, residing in the
neighborhood of Commissioner Van
Buren, called un tho president this after-
noon, and bad a long interview. Tho
gentlemen expreisod their unshaken con
"dence In the integrity and honesty of
in. an lluren, and urged his retention.
The president said he would await the ar
rival of otiicial papers in the case, and
then decide definitely in the matter, as he
desired to see no injustice done any one.
CIVIL SEBV1CE COMMISSION.
Tho advisory board of the civil service
commission, at a seision to-day, elected D.
B. Eaton chairman. There was a ceneral
discussion of civil service affairs, but no
other business of Importaco.
The following postmasters were com
missioned to-day by tho president : .
Jackson, Ellsworth; John Bollinger, Gal
latin, Missouri R. L. West, Wichita.
KErUnLICAN TICKET IN OUI5.
ColusiiiU!", May 2'. In tho state Re-
publicsn convention, Jas. Monroe ol
Oberlin was chosen permanent chairman.
Tho following ticket was nominated For
governor, E. F. Noyes of Hamilton, re
nominated; lloutenant governor, Al-
phonzo Hart; supremo judge, long term)
Wm. White, renomlnalion; short term'
Walter A. Storm, ronomlnationj attorney
general, Little; comptroller, AS tn. L.
Wi son, renomination.
ANOTHER HORRIBLE MTRDER
COMMITTED IN CHICAGO.
AN OLD MAN FOUND WITH
HIS SKULL FRACTURED,
AND HIS POCKETS TURNED
COLD BLOODED MURDER ON A
MURDER IN CD1CAOO
Chkauo, May 21 A shocking murder,
tho particulars of which bavo not yet
come to light, was perpetrated some time
last night in tho northwestern outskirts of
tbo city. Early this morning a man
passing what is known as Whisky Point
road, near west Chicago, found an old man,
ovidently a farmer, lying in the highway,
his skull fracturod with a club, and his
pockots rilled and turned inside out. It
is supposoi that tho murdored man was a
farmer on his way homo from market,
and that tho murderers not only secured
all valuables on his person, but likewlso
stole h's team and wagon. Tbo vicinity
where the murdor was committed is h vory
bad one, and a number of robberies aro re
MEMl'His, i'ay 2' Tho murdor of
Robert Morgan, instead of Llttlo, as pre
viously roportod, was ono of tho most un
provoked that cvor occurrod. Morgan
was an ontiro stranger to Connor, and
had never exchanged a word with him.
Connor was drinking, and had throatonod
to k U ono of tho ofllcers of the bont.
Wuilo walking down tho cabin
he saw .Morgan sitting in a cuair
with his fuol 0I 'ho back of another,
Uni annroachlise mm said, "you aro a
damned fraud!" Morgan, without mov
in,., ronllod, "you are a liar I" 'Where
upon Connor pui a pi.toi w u. eaa anu
ari nil lllin mauu un uiuniiu. Kuiiuur
was a dospcrate character and attempted
t0 Ulll hi, own sister somo time since
.. . .l. ....1,1 ho will attamnt in roach
It Is thsuaht bo will attempt to reach
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY,
ilODOCS OCT sOF
A LIVELY FIGHT REROUTED.
FIVE INDIANS KILLED AND TEN
M EACH AM NEARLY RECOVERED.
San Francisco, May 21. A dispatch
frcm Vreka says tbo Mod oca left tho lava
beds about two days after the attack of
Capt. Jack on the force at the old strong
hold they abandoned. Jack Is making
way toward the Pitt river Indians
The Warm Spring Indians and Has
brurk aro pursuing. A quarrel Is reported
amongst tho savigcs, two-thirds declaring
the will fight no loogcr. A courier was
shot at close tu Van Bremen's. Another
dispatch says the Modoc: are scattered in
tbo country around Antelcpe creek. On
.Monday Hasbruck overhauled tho Modocs
Ensuod. Tho Modocs wero driven south
ward on Ticknor road, towards the timber
butti. Five Modocs are reported killed in
tbo battlo and ten squaws and pappooses
vv-'iro captured. The troops on Tuesday
wero hurrying on toward Van Brcmens,
pursuing. .No reported loss on the part
of the soldiers.
COHVIlr-MONEP. M EACH AM.
Washinoton, May 21, Commissioner
Meachttn writes to tho commissioner of
Indian atliirs from Silem, Oregon, May
C, that bo had returned horn?, and that
sinco leaving the Ltva Beds his wounds
had been healing rapidly, and be hoped
within the next twenty days to be out
nearly hs good as new. He proposes to
vbit AVashington beforo tho present
HERALri CORRETONDENT ARIIEiTED.
Havana, May 21. Mr Price, 'Herald'
correspondent here, was arrested this
morning by order of the government, and
placed In FortCubtna. No one is allowed
to communicate with him. Tbo charges
upon which be was arrested aro not yet
ACCIDENTS ON THE RIVER.
St. Louis, May 21. The steamers In
novator and Grafton collided at Caron
delet last night, the former losing a
wheel and having her cabin crushed In.
The Nelly Peck is reported sunk below
Fort Rico, but thoro are no particulars of
Wa'Hinutos, May Jl. Probabilities
For the Northwest and entire luko region
and tbenco to Kentucky and Missouri
low barometer, rising tomporaturo, south
easterly and southwesterly winds, cloudy
weather and occasional rain. Clearing
west of Upper Mississippi rivor to-morrow.
For Tennessee and Gulf and South
Atlantic states southwesterly winds, ru
ng baromotor, partlycloudy and clearing
weather and occasional rain. For Middle
states slowly diminishing pressuro, south
easterly to northeasterly winds, cloudy
weather acd rain. Clearing to-morrow in
Virginia. For Canada and Now England
southeasterly and northeasterly wiRds,
falling barometer, cloudy and rainy
New York, May 21. Monor very
easy, ranging from 1 per cent. Sterling
dull and nominal at 0 for GO days and 10
10j fr sight. Gold lower and declining
from 17 to 17 and 17J. Loans 3 to Cfor
carrying. Clearings 48,000,000. Assist
ant treasurer disbursed 102,000. Spccio
exports rl3,000, including 100,000 gold
coin, Governments dull and 6toady.
bonds nominal. Railroad bonds
Stocks opened firm; cloiod steady.
St. Louis', May 21 Flour dull; supor
l(,5j NX $6(0)6 50; faney jO&IO.
Wueat tirmor; 2 soft $1 36l 60; 'o
3 rod spring SI 00l 03; No 2 f I 78
1 80. Corn dull; No a mixed 3g3'Jc.
Oats dull; No 2 mixed 36130c. Barley
dull. Rye dull, C.-70o. Pork dull and
unchanged, Ii"l7c. Dry sail meats
aull; shuulders held 0J0jc; clear rib
RlfmbSe: clear sidos 83faV
Ui'Jc. Uacon hat;
prices packed lots, shoulders 7jc; clear rib
yjc; cloar yjc and higher asked. Eard
dull and unchanged. Coll'eo strong but
no sales; light rlo 22j21Jc. Sugar un
chiingoJ; Louisianu Oiojc. IVhUkoy
steadv, 90c. Cattlo unchanged. Hogs
quint;' bulk sales 1 704 85.
CiIUAOOi Maj 21. Flour quiet. Wheat
dull, uiurkct unQ'.tlod but lower; No. 1
spilng nominal, No. 2 regular, closing at
S1 301 on the spot, $1 27 Juno dolivery;
No. 3?l 23. Corn dull and unset
tled; No. - mixed 37 J cash, 3Sj Juno do
livury. Oats stoadyj No. 2 31 cash, 32
June dolivery. Ryu dull and drooping;
No. 2 70li frh held at 70, but dull and
drooping. Pork du'l and lower at Slfl 60
on tho spot, S1G 00 June, and $10 lor July
dollvHry. Lard dull and drooping at 18 15
8 55 for June dnlivery. Bulk mnats
dull and a shade lower; shouldess CjCJ
Jooso short rib sides 68J on the spot,
88j in collorJuly. Bacon, no sulcs.
Whisky stealy at 00c.
Nrw nHT KAus. Mav 21. F'"ur dull,
xxx $? ,5;
t'amilv t'lo 25.
Corn quiet ftl CO57c,
supply and selling at 60c Bra
. r" P. ' . .. . .oi,
(Iran uuil at
Hull at UG
eiaolc. Bacon dull
Lard dull, turco 0
Ham selling at UJc
MAY 22, 1873.
?1.Ci V, $l05c- Sugar and molasses
V- ?' y,key S1!""- Caeo firm at
l .JfeJO;; bterilng lie. Sight premium.
Gold I,. Cotton In belter demand;
K;oi ordinary 16e; low midlllng Utc
tn Idling 18,c; middling Orloans 18jc:
sabs 3700; receipts 1010; exports conti
nent 2607; stock 112290.
New York, May 2I.-Flnur In mod
Crate demand; supr 55 0lC 60; com
mon to good 50 007 -10; food to cholco
17 !& 60; white wheat X $3 766jl0 60
Whiskey Arm at 35c. Who.it actiro and
lowe; No 3 Chicago spring 1 61; No i
1 Si: No 2 northwettorn 1 02. Hyo dull
at'JiSt 20. Bnrloy dull and unchanged.
Corn a shade Armor and In fair demand
now mixed western 02f3c; old do C8c;
yollow westorn Cl(JC5c Oats in
moderat4 request, new mixed
black 4D50c Sugar Arm; roflnlnit "Jpj
81c. Pork stoady; now mess $1717 25T
llief nulet. Cut meats dull: hams lLVTIi
13c; shoulders :l(a,71e: middle nulot: cltv
Ion? cpr Uft thnrt tIaap 0.. t w.it
stfudy; steam 0fi)9Mt3c; kettle i.
MEMriii, May 21 Cottcn dull. Re
ceipts 7 75; shipments 7 00; stock 32 8S0.
Flour dull and nominal. Corn moal dull
and firm at 2 85. Corn dull and ciroor
Ine at iSta.iOc. Osts scarco ard Arm at
40c. Hav prime tlmotbr 23Jc. Bran
scarco and Arm at 15c. Bacon dull and
Inwer; shoulders 7jc. Lard dull. Pork
dull and nominal
Ulna on I ThII of llin Rlv'ra
For 2 1 hours endlns 3 p.m.. Mav 21. Is73
I low 1
water. UUe. Fall.
Oil City l m.
fct. Paul s a
Kvan-vlllc is l'1
Fort Benton i'
Padlltah 1 p"
Uin:lll:l Ti fi
t'onllllenoo 0 2
Davenport H (!
Lexington 7 o'
Leave iivvnrlh I
Kokuk t 2'
Cairo fli o
St. l.ouls !l t,
I'ltt'burg l 'j
Hermann ft l'
?t. Jo-eph 7 8,
Kanai City 12 1
Cincinnati 17 3 1
I-ouLvllle 8 1
.Mrmpbl. 31 r,
VkkBbun; n y
.olirevciiort i:i a
Naibvllle 7 2
New UrleaiH 2 t'
MarletU 0 0
Wur-.ivv 0 I
I'latt-mouth a ft
Utile Kock i
New ticticva 3 s
I 1 .1
Obervvcr, signal Service, C. S. A.
cst. Loui", Jiay at. weather very
uuiinrs.-rii'wiHraie. mver ailing
4rrivea ; uraiton, docks, AOOie Johnson
LuCrmse, Clinton, tit Pul: Andv John
con, Keokuk; linnii Keover, Nuple." St.
Johnii, Peoria; P W S ruder, Tnn'p..H
river; lion Accord, .Mound City; Sam
Brown, Cairo; Illinou and Urafton.
Lyr.ai.i-u. ..iiikji. w j.iiii'i.. Jll-ni JJIJ lli;
Anuy jonnson, neoKUK; .tinnenta, at.
Paul; Illinois, Grafton, Fannie Kvnr,
Naples; Phil Sheridan, Cincinnati; Henry
Ames. New Orleans.
PtTTxiiuno, May 21. Mollia Ragon
arrived and departrd for Wheeling.
Weather cloudy this evening. River
about stationary; 4 feet 1 inches. SVork
towards raising tho sunken stoamcs Ex
change, hits begun, and it Is thought si e
will again bo afloat by to-morrow even
ing. The Juniata will not depart till to
morrow, for want ol freight.
Evansville, May 21.' Cloudy; light
rain last bight; clearing up to-day and
weather warm mercury Cl to SO; pssod
up. Liberty No. I, John Gilmoro, Jo Rob
erts, Silver Thorn; down, Groy Englp.
Mary Atnont, Ironidos and barg", Iron
Mountain and birgcs, and Idlrvvlld.
Business vory dull. River fallen 18 Inch
os tho last 24 hours
Ci.vciNNATTt, .Vav 21. Rivrr 17 foot
and falling. DPHrt(d: Charrner, Erans
ville; Henry Piola:o, Memphis; l.ucv
Bertram, St Loins. Towboats arrived:
Mt Claro with coal, up omptv; Jno A
Wood and Michigan. Woathor warm
Little Kock, May 21. River rising
s'owly with 8 fiot 4 Inchfs by gaugi.
AVcather cool and c'udy. Arrived; Anna,
Memphis; Hattle, Ft Smith, and Carrie V
Kountz, New Orleans. Dopartod; Anna,
Memthis, Miy 21. 'Weklhor clear
and warm; river about stationnry; depart,
eil. Mary Houston, LnuisvHln, Jno. B.
Maul and Groat Republic Now Orlosns,
J ' Parknr, Ciicinnstl.
N'w OrlkaVj. May 21. Arrived;
Mtry Alien and bareM, St. L"ni. Do
parted: R E Lnr J.ouiiville; Tlinmpson
Dean, St. Louis "Weather cloudy and
Nashville May 10. River 10 feet on
Hnrpeth shoals and at a stand. Arrived,
Brnford, from tipper Cumbor'and. with
160 hogshoads tobacco; departed, Tyrone,
SitHEVEVonT, May 21. Weather Hear.
Rivnr rlson 5 inches. Arrival- Ruhv,
jAtlVtrsnn. Dnarted: Texas nnd Lossio
Tavlnr. Now Orlns,
VtrKMirno, Vav 21. Fovn: llelln
of Shrovepnrt. TTp- Suio Flavor. City of
Helena AVeatbcr cloudy and pleasant.
MAIN I'HOSS STKKCT.
(iooil htabllnR cnnneetcil with tho home,
and Biiiiiilo room for commercial traveler.
Free omuthus to and from all trains.
2-5 Cmd. J. M. DAM RON, Proprietor.
WE CAN OFFEK
To a man whoso ariiilremcnts are uiicsccp
tlmialile, and whoso tlmo can ho wholly
plvcii to a pleasant and remunerative cm
jiloj me nt, an cxfillcnt cliaiieo, and wo
lierehv solicit I'nrri'M' ndnice with uiose
only of good Koclal standing Address
ut,A KAi.i.i:" a iiKsrHsurr
Lakeside Building, Cblcago, 111".
OFFICIAL PAPER OF GITY AND COUNTY.
white "coll An il akinomilL
H. WAI.TKBN, Proirlelor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOOllS, SA8I1, BLINDS
Furnished n f hortant sotlc.
Commercial vonuo, between Tenth and
n. K. b ii y a N t .
Near Twct-ty-futh Street,
Ohio Levee, - CAIRO, ILLS
All kint of Lumber, Oak.
In any part
prom, walnut, etc.. delivered
of tho city frco of charge.
tlTI'ntronare i-ollcltcd. and sAtMnotlnn
POPLAU. WALNUT. ASH
YELLOW PINK FLOORING
For sale at low figure. Alo,
FEXCl NGORSiTEE TING
Sold very cheap by
6 9 2w. Caiko Box yr Baskkt Co.
A ILVOLD Jt 31 YKlii!
OlUce (tor the present) at lko Walde'e
Aro prepared to cfl all kinds ol property
at auction or on commission. 6-13 Urn.
r.u. uAinuss.. . o.cdl
MATHUS8 k UI1L,
Commissi on Merc hants
i AY AND WESTERN PKODUCE
JOHN B. TIILLIS & SON,
(Bucceisors to John 11. Phlllts.)
DEALERS IN HAT, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TENTU-BT. akd OHIO LEYE
WINEM AMD LmODHIS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Also, kfep C0DtADtlr on hand a most com
pitta stock of
SOOTOH AVD IBIBU WHIBKIIS
-O 1 S H ,
Port, Madorlo, Sherry and Catawba Wini
R. Smith .t. Co. are ulfo agents lor Fpcn
ccr. Jlclvny ACo.V l'lltf-lisiip nlc,ol wiitrli
large Mock I kept constantly on hand at
t a l a i
1' ROVISIONS TO.
8 TBI nUiSATH.
Tlie spltadid teimer
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sundayexcentod) at
1 p.m For freight opaiias-e apply on hoat or
to Jas. Malluuv, Ag't.
Will ho received at 77 Ohio levee, until May
'At, 12 in.. lor"ciiy printing." mu u iaio
how much per month for council proceed
tiiL's, and all notices relating to same. Iluw
iiiueli per 1U0 words or printing ordinance",
and such other matter at it now paid lor hy i
Tlif council reserves mu rigui w rrjr "
und all bids. K 11. FaLLIS,
b-17 at. City Coinpuoller
- HYLAND & SAUEK,
AND DKALHS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial svenu
next door to the Hyland saloon.
IMS tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DEALER IN
BlOIlTH STKSTKT, HstTWXBS Wabuimotos
AKD COMVIBBCIAL Avi.VUXS,
Adjolalisir Kflenhoaxn and nxanr'a
Urnb. Su.k. te., .nd r prcpaml to irr.
oltisens Id the moal aocepuble mioDar.
(Successor to James Kynaston,)
BUTCnKH AXD DEALKR IV ALL KlD OT
CORJfKR NrXKnt.VTTt ANI POTLAJl 8T8.,
Burs and slaughters nnlv the bnt i-attlit.
hog ani. sheep, and Is prepared to flU any
demand for frcxhmeat from one pound to
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over Flrt-t National bank. 3-10-3m
SAMUEL I WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ofllce over First National bank. 3-rWm
John 11. Mulkey. Wllbm C. Mulkey.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
rear rooms over Hanuon's book
SO. 124 COMMERCIAL AYXSVX,
Ilotuceii Soveuth aud Eighth streets.
GREEN & GILUEllT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William n. OrMn, 1
WHpMia. attaation kItod te AdmlraltT tad
0I0 OHIO LKVKC, BOOMS 7 ASD 8 OTBI
OITT NATIONAL I1AW1C.
JAMES II. SMITH,
Attoeitey .t L
Re-vl Estate Agent,
Will huv and sell all kinds of real rstalc.
jmy t.ixcj, rent houses, make collections and
negotiate Jo nu.
MONEY TO LOAN.
820.000 in sums of f.VY) to S'J.OOO on lm-
proved real csuto security lu Cairo.
Store", inamilacturlm: establishments.
ilvvcllltig ami lurtilturc. Hulls and cirgocn
inurea uireuaouAbie rates tu nrst-ciass com
panic. Omci: : No. fc'O Ohio Levee,
fi.lStf. CAIRO. ILLS.
DR. B. 0. TABER,
Will resume tbo practice ol his profession
with especial reference to the electric
treatment ot diseases In all the new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of icnule complaints a ady
will bo In attendance,
OlUco, ViH Commercial avenue, up stairs.
II. WARDNER, M. D.
Olllcc and Residence 111 Commercial
ntie, (next duor to the Atheneum).
WILLIAM R. SMITH, 61. D.
REBIDENOK Nn. 31 Ttiirtnih ttrMl, be
tween Whloyion t f nue and Walnut strMt.
0lc UiOornn,sn'liltenu, np suits.
O. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RKHlDENCe cornsrNlnth and Walnut sta.
Orbpe coiner Mitt strsot and Ohio Ufa.
Otnoa hours from a a.m. to U m., and 9 p.m
DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant supply ot pure Nitrous Oxide
I Ha. for the pulii'es" extraction of teeth, at
i the Dental Room of Dr. Douglas, successor
to Dr. A. l. Ail. un, biglilti street. o-itl
Happy relief lor young men from
fect ol errors and abuses in early 111.
Mmhood restored. Impediments to mar
riage removed. New methods ol treatment.
New aud remark dile remedies. Boot s nd
circulars sent tree, In sealed envelopes.
Addresn. Howard Association, .No. J iuto
Nluth street, 1'hlUdelphla, l',-an losUtU"
tlonhavlme a high reputat ou lor homrU,
conduct and professional skill.
U-M dW 3w.
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