JOHN II. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
ITi acliliiK, fabbaUi nt Id, a.m. and 11 p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at7J p. m.
Sabbath School, 3 p.m. J. M. Laneden, Su.
P'riMeiidciit. ItEV. II. Thaykk, I'artor
" H'IMHT.-Cor. KlffliUiantl Walnut St.
I reaching, Habbsth nt 10 a.m.. ami 7 p. m
rrayiT ini-etlnt', Wednesday, 74, p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. 1 W. htlllwcll,
(uperiiitctident. Hkv. K. I.. Tiiomi-hon
Ult'ltlll OK TIIK KEDKKMEil (Kplsco
Morning prayer. Sabbath 10 a.m.
Kvi nltnf prayers. 7 p.m.
sabbath school, it a.m.
ItKV. K. Coan, flcclor.
ST. I'ATUICK'S CHUHUI-Nltith St. and
l'ubliu sen Ice, Habbatlj S:10 and 10 a.m.
espem, 7 p.m.
Sabbath school. 2 p.m.
ten Ice every day, a.m.
Hkv. 1'. J. O'IIallokax. rriest.
T. JOSKI'II'S aiL'Jl01l.-rmi4nJ cor
i wi n muni aim i ross streets.
)!'. every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
e-pors, 'J p. in.
Mass duriru; week days. 8 o'clock a. m.
Ukv. c. Hoffman, 1'rlest
street hctvict'ii Washington Atcnue and
it unui sirect.
I'tl'ucIiIii Sunday mornini; at 10 o'clock.
cauuaiu scnooi atzoclocK p. ill.
ItF.V. C. Dl'KllDC'IINLIl, 1'astor.
VOt'NU MKN'S CUltlATIAN AheoCIA
i iu.. Regular meeting second Monday
each inontli at their room over Hockwell
v. (.; book store. Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'rnytr uicctiii(;, Friday, 7i p.m. at
1.. W. Stillwei.l. President.
SECOND MlssIONAItV HAI'TIST
I II L IU. II. Corner sycamore and rort-tlr-t
rrtreets. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and .1 o'clock p. m.
Sundav School 1 o'clock ti. in.
The church U connected with the Illinois
A delation, by the I- irst 31lsloiiry mp
list Church ol Cairo.
Kkv. Solomon LkoxaiiI), Pa'tor.
A Fill CAN METUODIST.-Fourteentb, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Serviced, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sabbath school, 1 p.m.
Class mcetii at 3 p.m.
SECOND FREE WILL HAPTIST'-Fif-
Uenlb street., between Walnut and Cedar.
service sabbath. 1 and 3 p. in.
Rev. '. Kicks, 1'aitor.
mKK WII.I. HAPTIST 1IOMK MISSION
SA1IHATII SCHOOL. Corner Walnui
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, V a.m.
rillsT KKKK WILL UAPTIdT CIIUUCII
scnfcc,sabbaib 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. .t7Jp.ro.
Itcv. Wl. Kkllky, Pastur.
FIRST MISSIONAIIY HAI'TIST CIIL'HCIL
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth few.
Presetting sabbath, 10 a,m. and 7 p.m.
Prayer meeting, edneiday evening.
1 "reaching, Knday evening.
Sabbath school, 1 p.m. John VauHaxtei
aud Mar Slepbeu, superintendent.
Rev. T. J. MioitEn, Pastor.
SECOND HAPTlsT CTIURCIl-KourteenUi
street, between Cedar and Walnut. Tbi
only llaptlst church recognized by the As
sociation. Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
llrv. Jacou Huadlky, Elder.
CAIRO COM.MANDLKY, No. 13,-SUted
As.cinbl at the A)luuiMasoulc Hall, arsl
and third .Mondays In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No.24. Ilcgular (.onto-
cation at .Masonic Hall, thu second Irida)
in each month.
LA1RO U1A1TEK No. 71. Keinilar Can-
vocation at Maonic Hall, ou thu third
Tuesday ol every month,
SAIHO LOUOK, No. 237 F. A A. M.-Hegu-
lar Communications at Masonic Hall, Uie
second aud fourth Monday of each mouth.
ALKXANDKR LOUUK, I-Meew In Odd-
Fulluua' Hall, 111 Arter's building, ever)
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor .John L. Ileverldgc.
secretary of 3tte-CJerge 11. Harlow.
Auditor of Stato-C. K. Llpplncott.
Sute Treaurer-Ca"per Ruw.
Attorney Ueneral Jainus K. hdsall.
Stipt.rubllc Instruction-Newton llateman
Senator-Rlchard J. Oglesby and John A.
Representative Eighteenth Dlstrlct-Iwcc
MEMHER3 GENERAL ASS EM II LY.
Representatives lu the With dlst'lct.--Jolui
11. Ohcrly, Wui. A. Lemma and Math-
' 6i1iatorCforCthe tiOtli dltrict.-.Ies-o Ware.
.ludee I). J. Haker, of Alexander.
stato'n Attorner l'atrlck II. l'opc.
Clerk-R. S. Yoctim.
Mieriir-A. II. In In.
Win. Martin Asses-or and Treasurer.
Associate's JE. McCrlte and S. Marchll-
a0Cl'erk-.Tarob O. Lynch.
Coroner John U. dossman.
Muyor Ioliti Wood.
Truaurer-R. A. Cunn nghurn.
Comptroller E. II. rallls.
U erk-.Mlenwi iio:j.
Attoruoy-H. Wauon ol.h.
u.... MiiL-Utratcs-F. Hross and
1 t.W -w0-
"vi'i'rOmlandChlulof Police Wm.Mcllttlo.
strout CoinmUsloticr-l). J. Ualllgun.
Health OUlcur-W. Woolen.
Meml ers Police Force-A. Cain sarge
r W l ltw.np, Phillip Helm, Cha.. Mchi
uml P. A. Coiiant.
UUal"' nOAIll. Or ALI.I'.ItMKN.
First ward -Hiram Hlxby and J. M.
''cond ward-Herman Mcyerb and Wood
HlttenlioU'e. ..,,.. ....i p Kora.
1 JillU -
"fturtta ard-C. F. N.ellU and M. .1.
MF(l.ll!1wrd-Jno. II. Robinson and Win.
1'ARKER & RhAKK,
w aTjL BArER. PAINTS,
Vnttr, Benlne, UmoUo.
and the oelebrat.J illuralntln
jjBOBB' V.0ILOIN" OOB
. ITU . COM
office, BtTiiiiHTiasr BTriiinirsra-, cor. Izarra: stebet A.2srr WAaHiurjioisr avenxju!
rilKSMKNT GRANT'S VIEWS
ON TIIK ACTION OF THE
INDIANS TO HE TAUGHT a
APtitNOToN, May 2.1. The now. of
Col. McKenzle'i light with tlio Indiani
in Meilco li the tul.Ject of carneat com
nient In official tlrcle.1 hro to-day, and
mvivei attention to many Aigrant out
rageiof tho pad on the Texan border, by
partloi coming frcm Mexico and retreat
Ingtotliat loll ufler tho comintstion of
ucti against tho penco and property citi
cetii of that country. Thcro l, ai vet, no
oflicicla' Information of this particular
occurreriro or the general tutject, beyond
many rcmonitrnncci and communications
of this government, which already form a
part of the hiitory of Indian outrages
along tho Southwest borders, but gentle
men wbo pass judgment upon the subject,
ana haro mado it a matter of official com
munlcatlon, my unhesitatingly that tbe
tltno has now arrived when the neonle
bo persist in making forays upon the
citizens of tbe United States should be
taught a lesson.
Session to-day was attended by all the
mombers excepting Fish and Robeson.
Secretary Helknap read dispatches, and
gave other information in hi possession
relating to Indian .Hairs.
flH .MT VI VWm
New York. Mav 23. A Waihlrminn
pccial says tbe president to-day stated
hat the raid Col. McKenzie had mado on
ne Indians Into tbo Mexican territorv.
was made in pursuance of orders, and that
our government w determined to stop
iiie outrages on tho Texas frontier at all
'HE .MODOC'S DESERTING CAP-
GEN. DAVIS INVITED TO
PEACE TALK ALONE.
HE RESPECTFULLY DECLINES j
THE "WITCH1TAS AND OSAOES
GOING TO WAR "WITH
Sa.v Fhancisco, May 23. A dispatch
ceived at Yreka, from Fairchild s
ranche, May 'Jl, 1 p. in.', itys Gen. Davis
as returned from KUmnth reservation
nd says thore Is no disposition on the
part of the Indians in that locality to
join tbo Modoci. A few young men of
Hoodstum reservation might havo been
induced to enlist under Jack, bad he mot
1th continued tuccots, but his defeat bus
ampencd their ardor. No trouble is now
nticipated unless the Modocs should slip
li to tbo Yeanox agency and incite young
bucks to mischief. Tho latest order locates
uadquarters at Van Ilrcmen's whither
tbo infantry went yesterday. Gen. Davis
remains hero for the present.
Faikciulu Ranche, May 21. Artena
Chokes and Uno-Eyod Dixie returned n
dusk this ovenlng from tho direction of
Dorris' Ranche. Fairchild who has
clovorly englnoerod this consultation busi
ness judged tho Modocs must bo at loast
15 tulles away. Doth woman say in sub
stances that thoy had travollod a long
distanco. The women woro takon to
Davis' tent In tho presconco of Gon.
Hardio, Col. Gillcm and Capt. lias-
ruck, nnd Fairchild intorproling.
Those womon talkod n long while;
they said little; tin ally Artona said the
ndians woro fifteen miles from here and
numbered llfloen warrior and fllty squaws
and children. Tho Groat Spirit bud caused
their hearts to bleed for tbe white people ;
all wanted to roturn to the fold and live
at poaco among tho whites, but the present
condition of allairs, duo rogard for their
livos prevented tbum from appearing
within reach of tho army, and thoy
wanted poaco and talk; let tho great
whlto chief (meaning Geu. Davis)
como out nod soo them nlono, and
talk over matters, thai parties might come
to an amicable understanding. No Mudco
would surrender without a peaco talk,
and Dixie corroborotol tho state
ment of Artenu. Tho tntorviow
lasted one and tbroo-nuartors hours. At
1110 Cloio Uon. IUvls told Artona and
Dixie to go to tho Modoc camp to-morrow
morning and toll tho Indians be
should uot-couio out for a peuco talk, Ho
did not buliovo in poaco talks uway from
ins men. i nu imjians mint comn to him
if thoy wanted to talk, and ho would allow
them to surrender, and thoy had until
Friday lu appear at headquarters. After
thon ho should shoot ovory Modoc found
with a gun. Thu women told Fairchild
thoy wouid not return to tbo Modoo camp
That que.tlon will bo determined in tho
the mod .c surhendkri.vc,
Yhkka, May 23,-Frum J 11. McCoy,
who bus Just come In from Fttirchilds. we"
loirn that the not creoK oami w
brought In by Falrchlld's party, and sur
rendered to Gen. Davis, apparently con
dltlonally. They gavo up their arms, an
were put undor guard. Tbo band hum
bored 65 men, women and children; 1
warriors aro among wm nutn
bcr, also Ilogus Charley, Shack Naty
Jim, Curly Head, Doctor, Fran
and Tithers, tho best fighting men Capt
Jack had. Ilostin 1)111 was killed, and
Hook dim is hunting him. It is supposed
thero are 'JO men with dipt. Jack, whoso
wbeioabouts aro unknown. It is sup
p)seci he Is In Hot River mountains
Gen. 3IIem has boon superseded. Gen
McCoy says Ron, Davis was very bluff
with the Indians, and gavo thorn to un
dorst&nd If they attempted to escape they
would bo shot by tho guard. Another
Modoc has Just entered camp and sur
rundorcd. It Is Hook Jim, tbe Lost river
FIOIITI.VO THE k'ICKAI'OOs.
ASHI.NOTO.V, May 23. Tho secretary
of war has received a telegram from Gen
Sheridan at Chicago, in relation to the
raid of Col. Mckenzio on tho csmp of tbo
Klcknpoos and Lipon Indians on tho, 8th,
about 60 miles from Fort
Clark, Texas. Tho Indian
Ion was nineteen killed and two wounded,
nd n former chief ot the I.ipons, and
forty-ono women and children captured,
betides two villages and their accumula
ted proporty dostroved. Goneral Mc-
Kenzio's loss was thrco men wounded,
no mortally. Tho dispatch says nothing
a'joul tbe fight taking place on Mexican
THE VA.VKTOS'a OS THE WAR PATH.
A dispatch received at tho war depart
ment frcm Gen. Custar, dalod at rort
Randall, Dakota territory, May 1S, con
tains tho following : "A guido sent to me
from Fort lUnaall reports positively that
200 warriors and young inon belonging to
ibe Yankton agency loft tbeir reservation
few days ago to join the hostile tribes ot
Upper Missouri, and that tho Indians will
number f,0C0 warriors in tho field this
THE WICHITA S AND TDE 0UE.
Sr. Loui., Mty 23. A special to the
Times from Fort Sill, Indian territry
sajs that great excitement prevails among
tbe Wichita Indians on account of thu
murder ot thoir principle chief, lsadawh
by the Oiages recently. Tbo ch.of wus
out hunting alone, and tbo next morning
hit headle's body was found with a bole
in thu back. A hundred yards away the
heal was found tlrippel uf the scalp
lt&Uwab rn a grcnl friend of lb
tb whites. Seventeen years ago one of
his warriors killed a sentry at Fort Ar-
buckle, and the chief promptly brought
trie bead ot tbe ustastln to the fort. It is
Lellered that tho Wicbiias and their
allies will Immediately Uku tho wr
pith against tbe Oiages, in spite of all
Ifurts to restrain them.
THE CANIIV OlISEqCIE.
IXDlANAl'oI.l!', May 'J3. The funeral
obsequies of Gen. Canby took place from
tie First Itaplist church this afternoon.
The church was handsomely decorated,
a id services woro conducted by Rev. Dr
Day of tbo Kaptist church, assisted by
R v. Drs. Hayliss, Methodist, Kumlcri
Presbyterian, and Rradley of tbe
Episcopal church. After the ceremonies
at the church the remains were taken to
Comotery, followed by a very
largo procosslon. The distinguished
military men present are Gens. Sherman,
Sheridan, Eckinpolous, Haird and others,
In tho procession immediately following
the henrse was the horse used by Gen.
Canby in the Indian campaign, led by an
orderly with tho genoral's sword hung
from tho horn of tho saddle.
DOES ESQUIMAUX JOE LIE 7
Judge Charles P. Djly, president of
tho geographical society, speaking of tho
death of Capt. Hall of tho Polaris Arctic
oxpodition, says tho lotter writor who
started tho poisoning story on tho ex
pression of a suspicion by an Esquimaux,
would not havo dono so had ho known
tho breed. Thoy don't know what (ruth
means. Joo is spoken of as a well
meaning man, but Hans is
a man of very bad roputalion,
and was noar boing hanged by Dr. Hayes
on one of his expedition, so convincing
was tho proof that he had boon tho cause
of tho doath of Mr. Sontog. Judgo Daly
is not Inclined to accept as truth tho
stories told of Capt. Iluddington, by those
rescued, and alludes to circumstances to
show that T)6on was the man alluded to as
showing insubordination to Capt. Hall.
He says Capt. Hall wm not leading such
an expedition. Ho was not a seaman, and
any attempt to induco blm to loavo tho
cmniand to Liout. Urlnnol, a son of his
bonefuctor, failed. Mr. Grinnol, when
spoken to on tho subject, said Capt. Hall
lacked only ono requirement for the task
he undertook tbo ability to govorn men.
Washi.voton, May 23. Probability
For tho Northwest and Upper Lako re.
gion and thence to .Missouri nnd Ohio
valleys, northwosterly and southwesterly
winds, partly cloudy und Oiar weather
an I lwer tomporaturo, and conditions in.
dlcate occasional suvero local stnrnu, For
Gulf stales, Tennessee, and South Atlan
tio states southeasterly winds, worm
and cloudy woaiher. Tor Mlddlo
states lw luroniHtor rising lompora uo
soiiiIhtIv winds, partly cloudv and clear
wea'her. i'0-slbly n-casinniil thunder st.vm
alone siatsmrd. For Cnuda and New
Kntrland wiling barometer, wa-m, pari I v
clondy weather, southeast:!, winds and
occasion 1 rain'.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY,
DETAILS OF THE DESTRUC
TION RV THE TORNADO.
GREAT LOS3 OF LIFE REPOR
TED FROM IOWA.
HOUSES AND nAKN.S LEVELLKD
TO TIIK GROUND.
THE ROARING HEARD TEN MIL-K3
Keota, Iowa, May 23. Tho most tcr.
rifle storm over know in this part 0f tho
state, pnisod through hero yosterday about
3 o'clock p. m. It' started, as far ns heard
from, ton rnllcs southwojt of Skunk bol
torn, travelling southeast to within two
and a half miles of this city,
swooping everything loforo it
Up to this tlrr.o thero are reported four
persons wero killed, and eight slightly
hurt. Eight housos, thrco barns, one saw
mill and several granaries wero blown
down. From 200 to 300 bead of stock
killod. Hulldinc material, agricultural
mplcments and everything imaglnublots
strewn the entire distance. It is reported
that the town of Lancaster, fifteen miles
southwest iu this county, is In ruins.
Wamhsqton, Iowa, May 23. A tir-
Idctornudo or whirl wind, accompanied
by hail and rain, passed over this county
oout six miles norm Ol this place, yester-
ay afternoon. It camo un from thu
Sotbwest and pasted out of the county a
iiuu soutu ui imiou. mo lornauo was
all a milo In width, and tore Into frai:-
muntt everything that lay in Its course.
Houses, barns, fences, cattle, horses and
numan beings were caugbt and whirled
T ll Hot a u THE AIK
Liko mere tovs, and thon dashed to the
round with such violence as to produce
nstant death to animate beings. Houses
nd barncs were torn to fragments and
cattered for miles around The fields
ro dotted with large sticks of timber
INTO THE OROUND
At an angle of 09 degrees, and cattle were
dually driven bead foremost into the
round l ou can scarcely conceive the
ovastatlon or forco of the tornado, Al
ready we have heard of thirteen farm
oues hnd many barns that wero literal.
torn to pieces, and many others badl
lamaged. A school was in session
Ix miles north, and the tornado toro th.
ouilding to pieces and carried a fourteen
yvar old daughter ut Henry llotbwei
about a quarter of a mile fro.i the school
bouse, and when found she Was
M ASH liD TO A JL'LLV.
Mts amltn, tne teacher, ana six or
eight scholars, wero hurt, somo bndiy
The wifo of Henry Walters was killed
A Mies Gardner, and a son of Abe Giri.oti
lie at the point of death. Jacob Seek war
seriously hurt, and a Mr. linker hurt in
tbe back. Several of tbe lamily of J. C
Campboll of West Keota, wero
Mrs. McCoy was serioufly hurt. A gen
itemm who was near thu tornado, six
miles north, when it passed, reports thai
it was of a balloon shape n.th tbe small
end to tho ground, and moved at the rate
of about 20 miles an hour. It commenced
Near Kenta, where it demolished several
residences. V next heard of it abou'
C miles northwest, where it destroyed two
or three houses, arid as it pas-ed on north
east it scattored to tho four winds tho line
rofidences and the barns of Alex Gibson.
J. A, Dnbcock, and J. C, Culling, and ulso
LEVELLED TO THE OROUJfD
The dwellings of D. Cancer, F. and II.
Walters, Mr. Carringer and Mr, Kerr.
Many persons' lives were saved by hastily
getting into tbeir collars. Sad havoc was
made with all kinds of stock, From an
eyo witnoss we are told It is almost a
miraclo that anything in its track
He said ha could see largo piocos of
timber hurled seemingly from tho cloud
as though shot from a cannon. Hail fell
that measured 'J inches In diameter. $omo
wero brought to ths city, and four hours
after thoy wero pithed up thoy
woro large as hens' egg.
Of tho tornado was fearfnl, nnd could havo
been heard easily ten miles. At tills
placo, C milos away, it was perfectly up.
palling, surpassing in torror any thing
evor heard except tho roar and din of a
terrific battlo. A telegram from Meata
lust ovouing says that
FIVE TKIlSONS WERE KILLED
About throo miles from that pUco, Ono
child was torn to pieces, and reports aro
from only a few points along the lino of
tho torrible destroyer,, so that wo cannot
estimate the amount ol damages, but it
must bo thousands of dollurs. Many
more lives, probably, woro lost than those
Can bo made of tbe stook killod. Noth
ing horotol'oro so violent ha bofallon the
county, and wo can only contomplato its
dosolation with awe, and wonder that so
many escaped ullvo.
St. Louis, May 22. Flour dull ana un
olivnged. Whoat dull; No 2 spring s 'ft
l"35; No 3 rod fall $1 68l CO; No 2
SI 781 80. Corn dull; tio 3 mixed
3738c elevtar. Outs oaslor; No 2
mixod K6311c elevator. Rye dull, 08(10
OOo. Pork dull, SIC 7617. Hulk mts
nominal, QJc; shouldors bjc; clnar rib 8Jc.
llacon flat; shoulders 7ic; clear rib Uc;
i'leur sides 0, lird dull; country kottlo
7Jc. Whiskey steady, 90c. Cattle In but-t-r
dtmiand; fat beeves ?4'l 25; Inferior
md common fi 253 Ti. Hogs $1 00
Oiiicaqo, Mbv 28. Flour quiet. Wheat
ull and lower; sales all local until near
g.'oru whnn it hecimo firnie.'.closlng steady;
o 2 spring 1 29J1 0 spot; $1 2TJ
Juno; No3$l 18. 10 Corn In wlr un.
iiihuiI and l iwor; No 2 mixed 371'l"lc
pot; 3Hjn June. Oils dull nl "du
lower; No 2 3ll8lo spot; Hi32o
June. Ry0 quiet, llarley dull and nom.
MAY 21, 1873.
inal. l'.,rk dulU shale lo vor at $10 0
spot or June; $16 us ju y. l.ud dull
and nominal; $9 41 spot or June. Hulk
meats In fair demand; lower rates shoul
ders at fld spot; lo. se CJc June; S It July
8Jc; loose bacon qui t and unchanged.
Whlskoy In fair Demand and advanced to
MhMPM, May 23 Cotton in fair do
mand and advanced; good ordinary 16
15c; low middling 17l7Jc; reieipts 7o;
shipments 2131; slock 2P9J0. Flour dull
and drooping nt Sri 76IO. Corn meal
quiet at $2 To. Corn uull and drooping
l 6859a. Oats scarce and firmer. Hay
brisk at SJ0&27. Hr. n scarce and firm
at $16 60 In store, llacon dull and droop
ing at 7j7jc; side sOJgOjc. Lard and
pork dull and nominal.
New York, M. v 23. Flour easier; su
per58J(S)0 35; white wheat extra 8 0W
10 60. Whlskoy firm, 00c. Whoat firm";
No 3 spring $16I1 55; No 2 $1 60
1 01. ltyo and barley unchanged. Oats
firmer; new mixed western 6152Jc.
Cotlll.o strong, huuar dull. Molasses
quletand unchanged. Pork steadier; now
moss f 10 75; old do SIC 25 Reef and
rut moats unchanged. Middles lower S O
yyjc; u u 8 3.10. Lard steady, steam
New Onr.KA.Ns, May 23. Flour dull
and good; AAA 57 60: cholcn f88 60;
family SOQIO Corn, mixod 6Cc; yollow
67c; white 685yc. Oats easier, 47r7i)Oc.
Ilarn dull, 0Q7c; Hay dull, prlmo i23
25; Pork dull and lower, 517. Drv salt
meat duil "jsJoTOJc. Hacon dull" 7j
hams I -lie. Lnrd dull: tteri M
y'Jjc, keg!012c. Sugar and moUm
miining oomg. Whiskey dull, 8oQL0!.
I'itwmiuko. May 23. Tho rlvor has
risen verv slowlv. thn mrL- i r. nVln.v
this evening indicated 6 feet ono inch of
wator in tho channel. Tho weather is
warm and clear. Arrived : Jonnlo How.
ell, St. Louis; Mallle Rsgon, "Wheeling ;
My ChoicojWhooling. Doparted: Granito
Uto, Portsmouth; Mallio llagon, Wheol
In. Excellent progress has been mado
towards ralslnc tho Eichaneo. sho will
probably bo afloat by to-morrow noon.
Evansville, May 23. Heavy rain at
n. m. and from 1 to 0 p. m. Mercury
4 to 82. River fallen two feet. Un:
Robert Mitchell, (Juickstep, Geo Roberts,
Mary Houston, Flurenco Lee. and Her.
muda. Down: Charmer, Richmond,
Hdnry Probasco, Lucy Bertram, Mary
.lmcnl, Tarascon, cenerallr witn nrettv
fnlr trips. Business tolerably active
Sr. Lou if-, May 23 Weather hot and
bowery. River falling with plenty of
water. Arrived- Grand Tower. 11 C
Yeager, New Orleans; Wild Duck and
btrues, Pittsburg; Muscatine, Gan-na;
Anly Johnwin, K-okuk; James Howard,
. w Orleans; 11 Hrown, Ohio river;
Illinois, Graf on; Dubuqtm, St. Paul; Ji o
Klcmey, Knnsas City. Departed: Belle
emphls, Amlv Johnson, Keokuk; I.ako
Superior, fat Pniil; Illinois, Grafton; Em
ill.) LtilUrce, Kansas cilv; F Koevor.
Mempiu, May 58. Cloudy and thrat
enini!, mercury t'O. River decllnlnc.
Arrived! Leual Tender, 'While tlvei llo-
prtel: bnioy City and bart'es, New Or.
b ans; J ilia, St. Louis; J E Hinkln, Pine
NEwOnt.EA.vs, May 23 No arrivals
or departures. oather clour. Mercury
Vtcxltuiio, May 23 -Down' Kepub
IK', D.CK Fulton, and K.llln. lip: R K
Lee, Tbompson Deun. Weather clear
and warm River rising.
Louimillk, May 23. River falling. 7
feet canal, 5 feet t hutn. Weather very
warm tn-dxy, raining this evening; Imsi
ness dull. ArrUed: Charles Bod
mann New Orleans; John Gilmnre,
Cumberland river; Utile Cornlor,
Na-hville; 'oal City, Memphis. Depar
ted: Hodman, Cincinnati; Gilmore. Con
dor, and C mI City, Plttburi.
little Hock, May 23. River falling
rapidly; 10 feet 4 inches by uuago. Ar
rived: Mary Boyd, Memphis; John
Howard, New Orleans. Departod: Ar
nuillllo, Ciuclri tiHti; Mary Boyd, Mem
phis. Woft'her clenr nnd wrm,
Cincinnati, Mav 23. River rising,
Departed: Andes, Wboellng; J S Neal,
I'hoo Means nnd Hodmann. Weathor
warm and cloudv
Nasiinilli, May 23. River rising; 0
frot on Harpoth shoals. Departed: Ada
!! ilmnn, Cairo. "Weather cloudy and
II. A, TIioiih
L. D. Thorns
TIIO.MS k RR0TIIER,
Succcsoers to II. M, Hulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BIIOKERS
AND DKALKIIS IN
Stiile nnil I'miey Cri.rei Ire,
Foreign and Domestic
UTTITS 1ST UTS
131 Comuiorcial Avenue,
CAIRO, . ILLINOIS.
HERMAN SOU M ETZ3TO R F P,
(Succcs.or to H. Thlclecbe.)
Ilculer lu All KluiU
1IETWKEN TENTH AND ELKNENTH bTKEETS
Having purchased the grocery ot:tbllsti.
incut ot 11. Thlelccko, I shall always keep
on hand u full and fresh supply of all thu
bet goods in my line, to be found in tho
market. Hy strict attention to biNness,
and lair dealing, I hope not only to "retain
all thu citslom the placu has enjoyed In tho
past, but to add to the list iii.iuv uuw pa
trous. Asking a fair sliuro ol publlu putruu
"go, Respectfully, II human Sciimkthtoiiit
K inniiillAAT Tit HETh
ForHaU ( FOR 8ALH
Faro from Livkhtool,
Faro from Londcndkuut
Faro from Glahoow,
Faro from Qukknhtoww
CAIRO, ;;;:! 4 8 20
SafToid, MorilTi CnJe AtenU.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
N. WAI.TKKN. Proprietor,
HARD and SOFT LTJMBEB
LATII, SIIIN0LK3, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SAHI1, BLINDS
FurnlshsJ en sbortesl notlo.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
B. F. Jl R V A N T ,
Near TwcHy-sixth Street,
All kinds of Lumber. Oak. Ponlar. r.v.
pre. Walnut, etc.. delivered In nnv rvirt
of tho city free of charge.
tjTPJtronairc solicited, and i.itlsfaetlon
guaranteed. 3-26 tf.
POPLAR. WALNUT, ASH
YELLOW PINE FLOORING
For sale at low figures. Also,
FENCING OR SHEETING
Sold very cheap by
6-9 2w. Oaiko Box and Basket Co.
COM Jl I Hl ON St KUCHA ,T.1.
ARNOLD & MYERS,
Commissi on Merchants
Ofllee (lor the present) at lkc Walde'n
Are prepared to sell all kinds ot propeny
at auction or on commission. W3 am.
I. D. MATIIUSS.. . O.CI1L
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on Merc hanto
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
JOHN D. PlILUS 4 SOW,
(Hucosssors lo John B. Chillis,)
DEALERS IN UAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, tic.,
Cor. '1 ENTH-ST. ami OHIO LKVJ
svifsr.ps amis i.iutifM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Also, keep constantly on hand a most oom
plate stook of
SCOTCH AND lBiatt WHIBKIIS
-O I N H,-
Port, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba Win os
It. Smith .t Co. are also npents for Spen
cer. JIi Kny .U o.'s PitlsblirL' ale.ol wbli h
larue stork Is Kent constantly on buiul at
II1LII I H
Oris Livii Oaivo, III
The spleadld sttsmer
Dick Fowlib, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Sunday excepted) at
p.m For freight opassa'e apply on boat or
i Jab. Mallohv, A 't.
Has now on hand all kinds of
DRY COUP AND STOVE WOOD
Kor sale. Leave orders at
WM. KLUOK'S STORE,
Cornor Sixth and Commercial
Or nt corner ol Twollth aud Poplar
HYLAND & SAUER,
and DiAiua nt
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th stroct and Commercial aventl
next door to the ilyland saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DEALER IN
Eion Stmkt, Brrwinr WAinrxotoa
AKO COMMIBCIAL AvXMOM,
Adjolalssi Bl tsshoaaaaad nsanr's
Lwnb, Sausax, etc., ndaro prpard lo ssrri
chimbs In lh most acceptable mapniT.
(Successor to James Kynaston,)
IiUTCniB AMD DstALSR IV ALL KlE 01"
Corner 'lnetxntti and Foplak St.,
Huys anJ alaoghters only tho best eattle,
hom ana aheeo. and la nrenarod to fill an
demand for fTcsb meats from one pound to
tuu uiounanu pounofl.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OlBccovcr First National bank. 3-10-3m
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offlco over First National bank.
John 11. Mulkey. Wlllam C. JIulkcy.
MULKEV & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
rear rooms over Haunon's book
N". 124 COMMERCIAL AVSU,
Uetwoen Seventh aud Eighth streets.
GREEN Jt QILBEHT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William n. Green,
William II Gilbert, V
Miles r, OfllMirt,
orvioa ouio livia, booms 7 ah 8 orn
TT WATIOKAL BAVK.
JAMES II. SMITH,
Real Estate Agent.
Will buy and sell all kinds cf real estate,
pay taxes, rent houses, make collections and
negotiate lo ins.
MONE1' TO LOAN.
fW.OOO In sums of tW fo 2. 000 on lm.
prated real estate security In Cairo.
Stores, mannlacturlng establishments,
dwellings mid I'urnlture. Hulls and cargoei
insured at reasonable rates In lirst-class com
OrricE: No. 80 Onto Lzvee.
6-18 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
DR. B. O. TABER,
Will resume the practice ol bis profession
with especial referenco to the electrics
treatment ot dlsoascs In all the new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of tomalo complaints a ady
will be In attendance.
Ofllee, 128 Commercial avenue, up stairs.
H. WARDNER, M. D.
Ofllee and Hesldenco 111 Commercial avc
nue, (next dour to the Atheneiim).
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
OE8IDENCK No. 31 Tturteenin street, be
rV twren Washington asenue ud Walnut street.
Offloft IMOornniercUlerenue, up sUlrs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SE.4IDENCE eornsrNinth and Welnnt sU,
OAre coiner Blilr street and Ohio levee,
oe boure froms a.m. to U m., and 9 p.m
DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant supply of pure Nitrous Oxide
(las, fur tho pain'ess extraction of teeth, at
the Dental Hooms of Dr. Douglas, successor
to Dr. A. M. Autln, Eighth street. IVltf
HI'S CI AL, NOTICES.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief lor young men from the ef
fects ol errors ami abuses In early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments lo raw
rlaKe removed. New methods of treatment.
New and remark ble remedies. Hooka and
I clreii ant sunt free, In sealed, envelopes.
Address, Howard Association, no. 3 XoutO
Nluth street, IMilladelpbla, I'a, an Institu
tion liavinr a hlKh reputation lor honorable
couduct und professional skiU.
8-20 dAw 3m.
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