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03T3TICIEJ, BTJLI.ETI1T STTIIiPlXTQ-, COR. 12TH BTBBBT A.:tTI3 V7-ABB:iaTC3-T03r A."V232tf"0"2D
GAIRoTTlLINOIS. FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1873.
JOHN II. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
OFFICIAL PAPER 0F:CITY AND COUNTY.
CHRISTIAN CIIUICCJI KllitfcutLi street
between Washington and Walnut.
Meeting every kutiday at Hi) a. in,, ami S
Miiiday scliool at .1 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday (veiling,
Preaching, Sabbath at 101 a.m. and 71 p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 71 r. m.
HabbaUi .School, 3 p.m. J. M. I.ansden, Su
perintendent. Hkv. 11. Tiiavjck, Tartor
IKTHOI)LST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut SU
I'reachln?, Sabbath at 10) a.m., and 7 p. in
1'Mvcr tnectlnir. Wednesday. 71 ti.m.
Sabbath School, J. p.m. I.. W. Stlllwell,
Kuptttntendent. ItRV. K. it. THOMI-bON,
LIIUKCII OF' TUB REl)EEMKIt-(Kpl'co.
Morning praycra. Sabbath 10i a.m.
Evening praycri, "J p.m.
Sabbath School, B a.m.
Ujcv. K. Coa.v, Rector.
ST. 1'ATIUCK'S CHCHCH-Nlnth SL and
, I'ubllc service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10 a.m.
Vespers, 7 tun.
Sabbath .School. 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
Kkv. 1'. J. 0'Hallohav, l'rieit.
.-T .JOSEPH'S CHL'HCII.-lOennaii,, tor.
tur of Walnut ami l;ro- streets.
Mi, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Veipcrs, 2 p. in.
Mats during week davs, $ o'clock a. in.
Hkv. l. HorKMAM, Priest.
GERMAN LUTHERAN CHCRCIl-l.lth
street between Washington Avenue and
Treadling Sunday nionung at 10 o'clock.
.Sabbath .School at 'I o'clock p.m.
Hkv. C. IJUKiiscii.sKH, Pastor.
VOl'.NO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoOIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
rirh month at their room over ltockssell
A (,'o's book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prajer meeting, Friday, "s p.m. at
L. W. StiixWei.i. President.
fcECONI) MISSIONARY HAl'TIST
CHURCH. Corner Sycamore and Kurty
first street, Preaching Sabbath at 11
u'clcxik a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. tn.
The church Is connected with the IlllnoU
Association, by the Flnt Ml-stotiary Hap
list Church ol Cairo.
Hkv. Solomon I.eonaud, P.i-tor.
A KK1C AN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
twtin v alnut and cedar.
service., Sabbath. 11 a.m.
M'lUtb School, 1J p.m,
( law meet at 3 p.m.
hKCOSlF KHKB WILL HAITIST Klf.
teenth street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Serried sabbath, li and 3 p. in.
Hkv. N. Kicks Pastor.
rtlKE WI1.I. HAl'TIST HOME MISSION
.-A3HATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbtth School, U a.m.
flllST KHKB WILL HAl'TIST CHUb"!!
sen feci, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A 7) p.m.
Rev. Wm. Killky, Pasior.
K1HST JUS3IONAUY HAI'TLST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Mnth and Tenth Sts.
Preaching sabbath, 10J a,ni. and "4 p.m.
l'rayer meeting. V eduesday evening.
1'reichlng, Friday evening.
Sabbatii school, li p.m. John Vanllazter
autl Mary Stephvnii, superintendent.
"KCOND HAl'TIST CIIUHCII-Kourteentli
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
unly HaplM church recognized by the A
rociation. senlce , Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.n.
Hrv. J a co n HiiAiiLKV, Elder.
IA1HO COMMANDEHY. No. 13.-Sta!ed
Assembly at the Asjlum Masonic lla'J, nrst
and third Mondays in each month.
JA1HO COUNCIL, No. 24. Regular Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the second i nday
in each month.
CAIHO CHAPTER No. 71.-Re.rular Con
vocation at Maxonlc Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every month,
I'AIKO LODGE, No. 337 P . A lHecjl
lar Communication at Masonic UaU, the
second and fourth Mondav s of each mouth.
AJ.EX.VNDEH LOUOE, 231-Mceta in Odd
Kellows' Hall, In Arter'a building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Oovernor John L. Hevcridge.
Secretary of State Oeorgo II. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. E. Lipplncott.
State Treasurer Ca'per Kuu.
Attorney General James Iv. hdall.
Supt. I'ubllc Instruction-Newton Hateman
Senator-Hlchard J. Ogletby and John A.
ifeV'eaentatlve Eighteenth District Iacc
MEMHEHS GENEHAL ASSEMHLY.
RepresenUllves In the frith dlitrlct.
Johti 11. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma autl Math
w .1. Inscore.
tinator for the Mth Ul-trict.-.Ie-e V are.
Judne D. J. Hakcr, of Alexander.
Slate' Attorney l'atrick II. Tope.
Clerk-H. S. Yocutn.
Sherltl A. U. Irvtu.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treniurer.
Judge- F. Dross.
Associates J. E. McCrite and 3. Marchll-
""clerk Jacob O. Lyneh.
Corouer John H. Gossman.
MUNICIPAL "GO VEHN M E.N IT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasure r H . A. Oun nUigh am .
Comptroller r.. it. ro.
Attorncy-H. Watson Webb.
OAiipo JlaeiBtrate-K. Hross and
" Marshal and Chief of Pollce-Wiii. Mellale.
Street CoininUlonerTl. .1. Galllgan.
Health Oltlecr-W. Wooteu.
Momt crs l'ollce Korce-A. C'aln sareent.
JlOAllP OK ALnr.RMKN.
ward -Hiram Hlxby and J. M.
1 second ward-Hentwn Meyers and oo.l
KlSS?A"KiiolmMcKwntna F. Kors-
,nCurth ward-C. K. Nellb and M. J.
MKmh Jva'rd-Jno. II. Hohinson and Wm.
11. Mowj -
VA11KBU & BLAKK,
WALL PAPER, PAINTti,
rattr. BnsUBe, Oa.
And th calabrated illurolDit
BBOSa'LDlLPINO, 00 llTH T. COM
Oaio v Illinois
I'UOCEKDINdS OF TUB AOIll
AliWANGH.M KNT3 FOIt TJ1K
.MrsiCAL PKSTIVAh AT
(SE'l. KI'.ANCIS TRAIN DKOI.AHKI)
TO I1K SANK.
the aorictltukal co.voai.
lNblA.VAFOI.18, 31 ay 20. Tho National
Agricultural congren met this rnornlni;
at the usual hour. The committee on ag
ricultural .colleges reported lor adoption
a reolution approving and endorsing
efforts now heinf; made to aecuro ad
ditional aid from congren for colleges to
La established ia consequence of
tho lund grants of 1802; but
an advouo minority report loing
offered after tho discussion, the reports
were laid on th table for luturo action.
The committee on miscellaneous tills re
ported the following resolutions, which
were rejected by a large majority
Herolved, First, that all efforts on the
part of organizations of anv class to In.
rruaso or decrease tho valuu of labor, or
tbo produce of labor, are per
nicious In their Influence, and agulost
interest of larmeri. Mcnnd. thai ih
eight-hour law passed by cODgress,and now
applied to labor perlormed for tho gov.
erntnont, li unwue, unjust, and a disturb-
iuk element in me management or the
bmlneis of the whole couritrv. and on tr h t
to be repealed.
The committer on transportation made
a lengthy report, which, after consider,
hie discussion, was referred back to the
committee to b'o modified and rcnorted
again to-morrow. At 0 p. rn., tbocongress
adjourned, to meet again In evenini:
I'ittsiiuro, May 29. This afternoon
tudges 3IcKinan and Nixon of the
UtfJed States district court of New Jer
soy, ha, jeon engaged In heariag the
argument ou v. ,notOD for H prelltaluary
Injunction restraining tne iow y0rk and
Long Branch Kailroad company from
in New Jersey. The complainants aro
the l'uriylva'Ja rnllroad, lessees of the
New Jerey Central, Theolore Cuyler
of l'hiUdIphla, and Judge Scuddor for
complainants. Senator Frolinghuyseti
anJ Chancellor Wllllatni of New Jersey
NeSv Vork, 31ay 20. Two, of the ten
thousand dollars in bonds found in tho
package thrown away by Jim lirady, and
registered In the name of Amassa Stone,
are believed to havo been stolen from
au Ohio bank. Col. Whitley has fifteen
thousand dollars worth of bonds supposed
to have been stolen from Ohnn's Falls
bank, and found with tho two men arrest
ed sorno time ago.
Sri;t.vonELt, Mass., May 23. United
States writing-paper makers' association
met in this city to-day, and adjourned for
four weeks, without deciding as to extend
ing the time lor half production. The
tltno expires Juno 1, and the mills will
then go upon full time till the adjourned
meeting takes place.
Cix. i.s.VATr, Ohio, May 29. The 3Iu
sical Festival committee to-day olllclally
announced that the Cincinnati .Musical
Festival will be held on the second of May,
1675. TIiot invited all the musical socle
ties of America to participate. It Is an
nounced that the committee will soon pro
mulgate a programme. The alto singer of
Now Vork, who drilled the late chorus,
to-day formally accepted the leadership
of tbo Maonnerchoro society of this city.
He will remove horo in a few months.
Tho soldiers graves at Greenwood com
etery, will be decorate! to-morrow. The
United States troops from tho Newport
barracks, and the city military compa
nies will attend, under arms.
Toronto, Ont., 31ay 29. Tbo Great
Wostern railrond bridge at Oakvlllo was
destroyed by fire to-day. It Is expected
that a temporary bridge for passengers
will be built within a week,
TIIK OOLT) EXC1IANOE.
New York, May 29. Tbe gold ex-
nliant.si i. 1 1 1 aIa.a .l.fl.. .tin m tllttIm
the U)()nU of My Angult &m,
TRAIN dkgi.abkd sank.
Tho shorlfl's Jury decided Goo. F. Train
sane, and he will bo roleasod from custo
New York, May 20, Goo. II. Pendle
ton arrived to-day from Europe.
Mn. 3Iary Loulsia Nellson, daughter of
mo laio.iamos urooKs, died in this city
I E. D. Stanton, ono of tho oldest mom
hers of tbe stock exchange, and formerly
t 1-t.H,l t . .... '
,...,Uo. u. u.oi 7rew,aiea last evenlni;
e.member of congren, Is danger
ouily 111. Thero is but little hope of hi
HX-OOV. JEWELL ACCEPTS
THE RUSSIAN MISSION.
A MURDERER RESPITED HY
THE ISSUE OK 1'OSTAI. CARDS
STOWED HY THE 1'OST-OF-PICK
AN ELABORATE OPINION HY
HIE SUPREME COURT OF
CoNCoRK, N. It., May 29. A u elabo
rate opinion, signed by all tbe Judges of
the supreme court, was to-day sent to
Gov. Straw, to the etfett that when a town
clerk recorded and returned the votes for
representatives in congress, according to
the moderator's count of direct ratio, the
governor and council ire not authorized
to require the (lerk to amend hit record,
and correct any error In tbo count. This
opinion of the judges will elect Austin
F. Pike of Franklin, to congress from tho
"Wamii.voton, 3Iay 29. The post-ofllce
department to-day suipcnded printing of
postal :ards, for tbe reason that tbo card
board tudmitted was not equal to eon
tract requirement. Tbo defect and dolay
in the issue of postal cards is entirely the
fault ot contractors, who had not pro
vided the facilities for their mantifacturr.
HARTfoRK, May 29. In the lower
house of the legislature to-day, a constitu
tional amendment providing for one cap
ital, and that to be at Hartford, was passed
by a vote of 160 to 11. The amendment
now goe to tbe people for endorsement.
Aldan r, N. Y 3Iay 29. Tho Indus
trial Exposition bill has been amended and
passed by tho senate. Ayes 20, nays 7.
The assembly will probably concur in tbe
AVasiiinoton, May 29. The president
to-day appointed Frank O. Uetricb super-
ntendent ot mines at Carson City, and Da
rius Sullivan postmaster at Clinton, Mis
souri. ruiiLic ncriT.
, It is thd nr.iant nnlnlnn t lb trw.nrv
department that tho reduction of the pub
lic debt for May will be small, owing to
Tbe president to-day roipited Tom
Wright until Friday, Juno 6, when he
will be hung for the murder of Rogers.
The president waa to-day informed by
ox-Gov. Jewell, of the acceptance of the
appointment of minister to Russia.
A YOUNfJ WOMAN FOUND
MURDERED IN CLEVE
A. MAN ARRESTED ON SUSPICION
OF HEING THE MURDERER.
Cleveland, 3Iay 29. The body of a
young woman, who had been employed as
a servant in the family of -Mrs. C H.
Denser, was found this morning in a va
cant lot on tho corner of Euclid avenue
arid Kennard street. The girl had evi
dontly been strangled to death, ns a pteco
of brown silk twisted with a pieco of
white cotton clotb, was found tied, tightly
around her neck. Parties living in tho
neighborhood of tho scene of tho murder
testified before tbe coroner's jury this
morning, that last night at
about 9 o'clock tbey heard her scream, and
saw a man running from tbe lot where the
body wu found. Deceased came to this
city some time ago from Cincinnati. She
waa called Susie, her full name boing un
known. Tno ooroner's Jury rendered a
verdict mat the came to her death by tbe
hands of some person or persons un
The name of the woman murdorod horo
last night is Eusinnah Regina Grconer.
Bho was 3!) years if age, and camo here
about two woeks sg0 from Cincinnati,
whero she had friends living. A man
named Jemcs Iiarnei was arrested to-day
on suspicion of being the murderer.
NUMEROUS ACCIDENSA'I THE
KNGFlSIl MANUFACTURERS IN.
PORTING AMERICAN IRON.
London, 3Iay 29. There wore numer
ous accidents at tho Derby race yoitorday,
causod by tho running away of horses, fall
log of stands and pressuro of tho crowd,
Three persons wore killed,andgevoral seri
Losnos, 3Iay29, The manufacturers
of "Wolverhampton nro Importing Iron
from tbe United States In consequence of
tho exhorblUnt rates at which the native
production li bld
Haltimobk, 3Iay 29,-Tbis was tbe
third day of the spring meeting of th
Maryland Jockey club. The first raco
was for three year olds, lj ralli won y
Joe Johnson, followed by Coronet, Planet,
and John Preston; tlmo, 2: IS. Planet
was tbe favorlto before tho start. Tho
second raco for Pamlico Stakes, all ages,
two mile heats, wav won by Stark wood.
Vandld second, Hanford third, Edwin dis.
tanccd; tlmo 3:48; 3:44) and 4:31. Tho
third race free, handicup stakes, all ages,
1 mlnutei, won by Echo, followed by
Cadence, Teetotaler and Shylockj time
8:1C. Tbe fourth race, dash of 4 minutes,
all ai't-i. .lutin Mnrurnan won. Vlllaea
Hlack Smith second, Jackson third time
Washington, Jlay 29. Probabilities
For the Northwest and Upper Lakes and
thenco to Missouri and Ohio valley,
northeasterly to southeasterly winds,
cloudy weather and rain. For Tonnesseo
and Gulf and South Atlantic states south
easterly and northeasterly winds, cloudy
weather and rain. For tbe 3IiddIo States
and Lower Lakes northwesterly nnd
northeasterly winds, falling temperature,
hicher barometer, partly and incroascd
cloudy weather and occasional rain. For
New England and Canada southwesterly
and northwesterly winds, rising barome
ter clear and cooler weather. Cautionary
signals ordered for Chicago.
Hiss ail rnll of the Hlttra
For 24 hour etidlug .1 p. m., May.29,'.19;3.
Above i Changes.
. . St.
... 1 &
'10 C 0
'It 0 1
10 .x 1
Leavenworth . . .
Marietta .... . . .
New Orluam ..
1 '.id Utah . . ..
Vicksburg ... .
11 10 1
Oh-ervver, signal service, U. s. A.
Pittsmcro, May 29. Rivor swelled
about two inches since noon; about sta
tionary this p. in.; 4 feet 0 Inches water
In channel. Weathor cloudy and warm.
Arrived: Granite State, Portsmouth. De
parted t tow boat for Cincinnati, J. N.
Phillips to bring up two empty barges.
Yesterday, Hercules grounded a barge of
iron ore on Yellow Creek bar. Tho hull
of Thomas McGowan's new boat, building
at Friedham, Pa., will be ready to launch
within ten days.
St. Lout.", May 29. River ilsen 7
inches. Weather warm and clear. Ar
rived: Belle Memphis, Memphis; Rob
Roy, Keokuk; Northwestern, St. Taul;
Mary 3U'Donald, Lexington. Departed:
Pauline Carroll, New Orleans; City of
Helena, Vicksburg; Kellogg and barges,
New Orleans; Rob Rov, Keokuk; Hajard,
Louisiana; Hello of LaCrosse, St. Paul;
St. Luke, Kansas City; Illinois, Grafton
Louisville, 3Iay 29. River falling
slowly, H feet 2 inches in the channel, U
r , ft ! I. -, : - V. A I- ... I 1
met . iuvuui m .uu utuiu. ivvtnucr, al
ternately clear and cloudy, ltuslness Jull.
Arrived; Charmer, Sam J. Hale. Cornelia,
Cincinnati. Departed: Charmsr, JEvatis
ville; Cornelia, Tennessoo River; Sam J.
Hale, New Orleans ; Aetna, Ironton.
Kvansville, 3Iav 29. Clear, warm
and mercury at 08 to' 80. River fallen 4
inches, Paisod ud: Geo Roberts and Ar
kansas Hello. Down: Mary Anient, La
Belle and bargos, Mornng Star, llowlint;
Greon and Silvorthorne, having good
trips. Business irnprovldg,
Cincinnati. Jlav 29. River 17 foet
and falling. Arrlvd Pat Rogers, Mem
phis ; Andes, wheeling; tow boats arriv-
od : Tom Fiirow, mlssollaneous tow. De
parted: Brilliant; Kanawha Bell : Tom
1-arow, up empty. I he weather It fair
and growing warmer:
Memi'iiik, May w. weather, general
ly clear and warm. River, ftationary
Departed: Julia, Vicksbuig; CityofChes
tor, City of Vicksburg anl Bismarck. St.
Louis; O. B, Church, Novx Orleans; Sher
Vickshcro, May 29. Down : Future
City, Commonwealth, Coliiial and Mary
E. P09. Up: Dick Bulton, Glencoo
and Capital City. Woaihor cloar and
warm. River rising.
New Orleans, Miiv 29. Arrived:
Richmond, Louisvlllo. lloarted : Groat
Republic, tit. Louis. Woather, warm and
Little Rock, 31 ay 29. Hivcr falling
slowly, 9J feet In tho channel. Weather,
clear and wtrra.
NABiiriLLK, 3Iay 29. River falling;
nine feet; 'K0 on lUrpoth shoals.
Sr. Louis, 3Iy 29. Flour dull nnd
prices generally wea'c. Wheat dull and
unchanged and no doaand for spring; No
2 offered at f 1 20 in elevator; No 3 rod
iU $1 471 GO; No 2 $1 C8l 70. Corn
steady; No 2 mixed 38;T;38o In elevator;
4Uc toller July. Oats lull; No 2 mixed
B8c in elevator. Rarity buyors scarce at
0o70c. Spring rye steady at C870c.
Pork quiet $17 2617 60. Bulk moats
nominal at tlj8J8Je. Looso bacon
quiet but firm withiomtdomand for clear
rib which are scarce; shoulders 7jc; clear
rib 9J9jc; clear tides 9c. Lard quiet
and unchanged; prim summer steam 8a
Whltky hearty at P0c, Cattl qult;
T?' jf; Inferior and cqmtnon
f 7 2a!$? -?' MC 1ult nd rango from
l 30Q2)1 tO
Cihcaoo, May 29. Flour qulot and
unchanged. 'AVheat In demand and price
higher; No 1 spring II 35; No 2 $1 29
1 30 spot; $1 27J seller June; No3Jl ltf.
Corn steady; No 2 mixed 38jc; regular
39j(5)39jc. Oati in fair demand; Ho 2
32o cash; 320 bid sollor June. Rye
steady; No 2 Csic. Barley dull and nom
inal. Pork in fair demand, $10 12J bid;
$10 25 generally asked cash; $1C 10
10 15 June; held $tfi 50 July. Ltrd
steady, 8jc cash or Juno. Bulk meats
steady; no sales. Bacon (julct and un
changed, 3lEtrm May 29. Cotton dull but un
changed. RecolpU, 335 bales: shipments,
V10 bales; stock, 27 050. Flour, dull,
prices aro nominal. Corn meal, dull, t? 65.
Corn, dull, but unchanged. Oats, dull,
and lower, 4 l(3)15c. IUy, easier, 202c
lltan. dull. 1 tie. TUenn. tlnll mnA ilrnnn.
'nB "ff?919f- Lard, dull, and nominal.
Pork, dull, and nominal.
flmv Orleans, May 29. Corn quiet;
yellow and whlto 69o." Hay dull; prime
$22. Pork dull, held $17 50; J less re
fused. Hams firmer, 131(3)Ujc. Sucar
firm; Inferior ICtfi: fair to fuTlv fair 69k:
prlmo Ma,9lc. 3Iolases pood, roboiled
and fermenting. Sterling 28 sight; 28j
premium. Gold 18.
A T II k N E UM,
Five night only, commencing
Tl'ESDAY KVENIXO, JUNK !l
i' LOVE'S SACRIFICE."
Adiullon as iuu.nl.
Re-erv ed teati "& cents.
MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1073.
k . 11 V TIIK
On Monday cveiilnc next. Juno a
grand ball ami cupper, under tho aupiceH
of the Cairo C'ailuo, will bo held at Scheels'
Waihlngton Ilall, corner Ninth and Cedar
street', t.xery arrangement looKlni; to tlic
comfort and cujoymeiit of those who wIMi
to attend tia, been made, and neither paint
nor expetiso will be epareil to make the oc
canloti one of thu,mot plea-atit of the seafcou.
The i all will be opened with muilo, by
tho Delta City bra band.
A Kneral tuvluilon Is extended to all to
'tiY('ropcr characters need not apply for
u Jints-iori, lor they will not bo admlttfil.
Tlckcti will besold at the door at il per
couple. By order of
V. T. IlKKKWAItT,
Committee of Arrangeineiiti,
WILLI Ail J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oalce over First National batik. 3-lC-3m
SA3IUHL P. WIIEELHIt,
ATTOHNEV & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OHIco over First National bank. S-IMm
.John II. Mulkey. Wlllam C. Jlulki-y.
MULKEV & SON',
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
ri'Nce, rear roomi over HannonS boot
NO. 124 COMMERCIAL avesue,
Between Seventh and Highlit street?.
OltEEN & QILIjKHT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H.Oroen, )
William U (Illbort, J. OAJBO, ILMKOIH.
Miles F.UIIWert, j
MT8Pmi. attsntionTTTen to Admiralty and
or rial onio lxvic, rooub 7 and 8 ovbh
OITT NATIONAL tlAlTK.
JA.MKS II. SMITJI,
Will buy and wll all kinds of real estate,
pay t.ixen, rent homes, make collections anil
MONEY TO LOAN.
$20,000 In miiih of f.'-OiJ to 82.000 on Im
proved real cstato hccurity in Cairo.
Stores, inaniiliicturliig establishments,
uwclllngHaiid ntrnltiiri!. Hulls mill carKoex
Insured atrcaioiuiblo rateKln ilrst-eluss turn-
OmcK No. HO Omo Levee.
6-18 tf. CAIRO, ILLS,
Tba asiUBdld steamer
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leave! Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excente J) at
Y.n Vox freUht opaasage apply on uoai ut
to ja. aiAixour, Ag't,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OK OUIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
CNiyL,OrriCE, 172 WabuinotonSt.
Tlila German Life Insurance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
also a Valtto In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
IOLTN A. HUOK, . - . President
O. KNOBEUBUOUP, - . . Hocrotary
JOHN W. riUIKSH,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Asc-!tatlon for promoting Life Intir.mco
and Sick Relief by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation In objects ol public bene tit.
The Lilt Insurance Policies will bo Issued
by the Tcutonla Life Insurance Company.
JOHN W. PKUESS, Ao't.
for Cairo and Vlelnltr
FIRE AND MARINE
KUOA&A, N. T.,
OKBMAMIA, N. T.,
...WC til W
HErUllLIC, N. T,
Comprising the Underwriters' At,noj,
TONIC EM, N. Y.,
riBIUEN'g rUND, B. tn
SECURITY, N. T. MARINE,
Stores. Dwelling, Furniture, Hulls and Car
goes, Insured at rates ait faTPrableas sound, per
marient security will warrant.
i reapwimuj ass oi ine cuiseoioi ,
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tgrPatronaco solicited, and atlsfactton
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS
FOR THX PERMAXKXT CURE OF
CHILLS AX1) FF.VF.R, DUMB AGUE
OK AXY fcOKM. OF I.NTERHH'
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
There are no diseases so debilitating In their
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system, and prevci t a return at any future
perio'L . , ,
Why wato your money and health in try
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KEAS0NS Will' TH r Y ONLVS'UUULD
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none ol the lingering diseases so otteu tbe
result ot tho many nostrums ot tbe day.
Physicians recommend them as superior to
(litinlnu or any other known remedy, for
they leavo tho system tit a healthy state, and
the patient beyond tho probability of a re-
TeWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. Tha
genulno are put up In square tin boxes.with
THO.MPaO.VS FKVEit AND AOUE FOW
DKKS stamped on tbe lid. and the signature
orTitovfi'.-ioN .t Cravvfobd on the wrapper.
Soue others can possibly bu genuine.
THE OKEAT EXTERNA!. RKUEDT FOR
GIA, SPRAINS, ETC.,
OOOD FOR MAX OR MS AST
This liniment has earned for Itaelf a repu
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thls certain remedy. It is equally effectual
In cut, burns, scalds, stiffness of the nock
sore throat, swellings, mtlainjtlon.i, frost
bites, palus In the side, or back, bites of ant.
dcrs or stings ot liiscct.-. .
Ono nibbing will, In all cases, rlre Imme
diate relief, and a low jpplicuuous com
On account of Its power All penetrating
properties It Is beyond doubt the surest mm.
edy for the most troblesome diseases la
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scratches, old and fresh cuts or sores, chalet
produced by the collars or saddles, luluriea
caused by nails or splints entering the llesti
or hoofs, bruUes, sprains, sweiney, spirta
ttiruh, and all ulseuses which destroy tho
hoots or hones ol the Icet.
13" Full dltectlons accompany each bot
tle. The above are prepared only by
ill .Market. Streft, Philadelphia.
And sold by storekeeper! generally through
out tbe country. 1-20 It d.e-w.
STATUES OF ILLINOIS 1873.
Uniform In stylo and arrangement with
dross' Statutes ot Illinois, 1 vol., law sheep,
sent to any address on receipt of price, 4J,
READY JUNE 1.
Tho constitution and all the Uwi of the
USlh General Assembly. Extensively an
notated with references to acts and secilona
repealed. Twice catelully compared with
tho enrolled law. and fully Indexed. Is be
lieved to be accurate, svnteuiatlo and con
venient. Wm. C. OKOU9,
Compiler and Publisher, fcprlnittlidd. III.
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Does not slain the akl, bu leave tbe hair
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Factory, 10 Pond sftt, N. . MJ&t
. 8UIPPINO TAO-.
Over 200 Billllons have ban used
.vlthln tbe das! la yean, without
Icomplalut of kiia by lag becoming
UJWcttiu. jui ivxpres! vomDtait us
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M cry where. MA-dUa