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. . JOW H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
.I1KISTIAN (.IIUItai-i:itrl.t.i.,ll, .trwt
between Wn!ilnj;lon and Walnut.
.Mealing euty fcuiid.iy at liJ .1. in , and
Sunday school it :i p. iu.
Prayer mretlnif Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10) .tu. and 74 ti.ra
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7J p. m.
4ibbeth School, 3 p.m. J. M. Lansden, Hit.
periuicnucni. iiiv, 11. THAYEH, i'aator
METHODIST.-Cor. KJkIiUj ami Walnut 8U.
I'reachluK, Sabbath at 104 a.m., anil 7 p. In
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. J.. W. Stlllwell,
superintendent, Hkv. F. I.. Tiiomfhum,
CUITUCl! OK THE KEDKEMEK-(KpLo-pal.)
Morning prayer. Sabbath 10 a.m.
Ktenlmc prayers, 71 p.m.
Sabbath School, ft a.m. i
Hkv. K. Coan, Hector.
oT. FATKICK'S t'HUKCH-Nlntb hi. and 1
WaLltij,-Vin Avenue. i
Tubllc service, fiabbnth Plln And Kit a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
ttabhalh Hcliool. 2 p.m.
Service every day, M a.m.
Hkv. 1. J. o'IIau.oiux. I'rltn.
T JOSEPH'S CHl'KtUI.-f.Otrman,, tor
ner of Walnut and Crn-s trert.
Haw, every ,ahbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vespers, 2 p. m.
Jliis during week days, 3 o'clock a. ui.
Hkv. . Hoffman, Frti-.t.
street between Washington Avcimr and
v ainut street.
Preaching bundar morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath school at U o'clock p. in.
IllrV I till Vltd'lf wu I'.mfnr
roi'NO MEN'S CIIHISTIAN ASSoUA-
riON.-Hegular meeting second Mondav '
A t'o'a book torr, Commercial avenue. i
eetly rray er meeting, r nuay, p.m. at
I.. W . "5TH.LWKU-. l're.iueni.
fcKCOND MIS8IONAHV UAPTIKI-
i.'UUHUU. Conier Byoamore aud Kotiy-
Ural street. Preaching Uabbath al 11
o'clock a. m. and li o'clock p. iu.
nuuday tjchool 1 o'clock p. ui.
Tlio church la connected with the IIIIiioIk
Aaaoclatlon, by the Plrrt Mloiuiury Iljp-
Hit Church ol Cairo. .
Hkv. Solomon Lkonakii, Pantor.
AKH1CAN MErUOUlST.-Kourteenth, be
tweeii Walnut and Cedar.
Sen1re,l Sabbath, 11 a.m.
(abbatii School, 1) p.m.
dun meeU al 3 p.m.
EKCONU KHKK WILL HAPT1.VP-KII.
leenUi .Street., between Walnut ami Ced ir.
Stnrlcei Sabbath. and 3 p. m.
Hkv. N. Hicks, Pantor.
CUKE WILL. HAIT1ST HOME MISSION
dAJJUATM SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School. 9 a.m. ,
niWT KHKK WILL HAP TLSt YllUHOll
Scrvlcei, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3p.m. 74 p.m.
Hkv. Wm. Kellkv, Pallor.
K1HST MISSIONAHY HAITIST CHL'HCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth st.
Preaching SabbiUi 104 a.m. aud 74 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Krlday vteulug.
abbaUl school, 14 p.m. John Vaullaxter
aud Un MeiiheUD. superintendent.
Hkv. T. J. siioiiKs, l'ntor.
hCCONU HAi'TLST CUUHCII-Kourteenth
Street, ltween Odar and Walnut. The
only UaptUt church recogtiliml by the Av
elY!ce, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Hkv. Jacob liiunLKr, Elder.
LAIHO COLMANL)KHV, NO. "-SUted
Aembly al tbe Ayluia MaMinic Hall, nn-t
and third Moudaya In each month.
CJAIHO COUNCIL, No.24.-Hegular Convo-
caUon at Maaonlc UaU, the cecoud h rlday
Iu each month. ..... .
CAIKO CI1A11KR N0.71.-HeKU ar Con.
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuetday ol overy month.
JA1HO LODGE, No. 237 K. A A. M.-Hepu.
lar Communication! at Maaonlc Hall, the
second and fourth Monday of each month.
ALKXANDKK LODQE, M-OteU In Odd-
KaUowa" UaU, in Artcr'a buUdlng. ovrry
1'buraUay etenlng at 8 o'clock.
Oovernot John L. Ucvcrlilge.
Secretary of State Ocnrge II. ILtilnw.
Auditor of SUte-C. K. Llpplucott.
SUte Treasurer Ca'l"''' 1'l!w. ,
Attorney General Jamea K. l.dll.
Supt. Public Initructlon-Newton Hateman
Senatora-Hichanl .1. Ogle-bj and .John A.
'""iCreBenUtlve Klglitcenth I)l.trict-I.icc
MKMHKHS OKNKHAL ASSKMULY.
HepreenUtle Iu the bulb dMvlct.
John 11. Oberly, Win. A. Lemma and Math-
ar j. lnfcore.
ianator for the WUh dl-tricl.'
Judge I). J. Ilaker, of Alexander,
State's Attorney-Patrick II. Popi
Clerk H. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. U. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Awenor and Iroaiurer.
Judge- K. HroM.
AjsocUtes-J. K. McCrite and H. Mi.ri.bll
oon. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Oosnman.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer H. A. Cuniilngluim.
Comptroller-E. II. Kalli.
Clerk Jlicnaei non ie.
Attoniey-H. Wnt-on ebb.
n.n. Marfstrate K. Hroiw and
Manbaland Chlefof Vae-Sm Mcllalc.
Street CoinmUloncrTl). J. Galllgan.
Health OUIcur-W. Wootcn,
il.mrer Police Force A. Cain largcitt,
KVh&P, Phillip Hw, Chu. M.d.ner
Flrit ward-Hiram Hlxby and J. M.
rSecond ward-Herman Meyera and Wood
U-dTuVd-JohuMcKwenand F. Kor.-
"fourth ward-C. F. NellU and M. J.
MFWtinvard-,Iuo. II. Hobluson and Win.
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
4J lb. oalabratinl illuroloallDj
BlOM'LOILDt; 001 HlB 00M
OKTAILS OK TUB DKATII AND
lilltlAL OK Tllli LATH
MINI ST Kit Oil!!.
A HA I)
HUES K IN A
MOVEMENTS OF THE PRESIDENT
W'AMll.soToy.D.C., May ill Secretary
I Hall nap left to day fur Wen P.ilnt. to at-
tend elimination of cadets.
i TUt lBE.HIir.NT
I And family will lcare the Utter part or
null week for Long Branch, mi. I thence
proceed to West Point.
Tilt I.A7K ORK.
New YuKK, May 31. A Hi. Petersburg
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reer of Gov. Orr came to a painful end
bctore. it wni fairly begun. Il i not qultu
two months since he arrived at St. l'etorti
burg and presented bis credentials to the
crnperor. He km suffering at the time
from a serum cold, contracted during tbo
Atlantic passage, and about a week after his
foruml installation in hi.1 oflicx, be was
forced to tnka to his bod. Prom that day
liQ did not leave bis apartments, and bis
cold settled on his lungs, and afterwards
passed to bis liver, to thai his blood be
came seriously affected. No serious result
was apprehended, however, and on Friday,
four days before ho dled.hii friends thought
he was slowly, ynt steadily, improving .
but on Monday there wi a change,
and be died quite suddenly nt 'I o'clock.
At two o'clock the funeral services were
celebrated to-day, In the chapel of the Kn-
ghsb American society. There was no
discourse, and the pastor simply read an
impressive ritual of the Church of En
gland, and closod with a short prayer.
Tho gloomy little chapel was by no means
full, ,Thr r doion lmlius, English
and Amorican, half a dozm American
gentlemen Iu black, and thirty or
forty diplomats in their brilliant yet
sombre court -costume. The Austrian
ambaf'ador was there, and the ministers
of Brazil, Italy and Greece, and tbe at
tache! of other legations, as well as of the
foreign office. Mr. J. h. Orr, .Jr., was a
solitary family mournor, and stood side by
side with Gon. Pomulze, consul, who wore
tho familiar uniform of brigadier general
of the American army. The scene was
indwcribably fad. After the rector bad
Unlnhed the services, the diplomats walked
around the coffin and dropped each upon
it a little sand, Tho civilians present did
the same, and as the mellow Kusiltin ?un
broke through the stained windows
of the humble church, the 'ortege took up
Us inarch and passed mournfully away.
Tho few Americans in St. Petersburg
there are not over half a dor.en families
wero very atlor.tlvo to the minister, and
since his death, have taken entire. cbar;i
of tbo funeral arrangements. The Eng
lish friends of the legation, have also been
very kind. Tho circumstaoces surround
Id i tho ciuo bavo awakened goner! sym
pathy in tho diplomatic corps.
I NDIAN 'AFFAIRS.
0U.WS. DAVIS AND KAIHCHII.D
AND BOGUS f'UAHLKY
JIM ON A
GEN. SlIEHMAN'H OPPOSITION TO
THE KEI.KAHE OF SATANTA
AND BIG THEE.
Nlw Voiik, May 81, A 'Washington
dispatch says, tho roport that Gen. Davis
ha allowed any portion of tho urrotidered
Modocs to be armed and sent in pur
suit of Capt. Jack, Is wholly discredited by
tbo secretary of war and army omcers
gonerally. Helf-rospect it U added would
provont him from engaging uiurdorcrs to
do tho work assigned to ssldiurs,
Ort'OSED TO IT.
An announcement Is also made from
Washington that tbo war department con
demns the efforts of tho lnterior depart
ment to get Satanta and Big Treo released.
Gen. Hherman Is vory plain in hW denun
ciations if tho bcbomo,
San Francisco, May 31. Gen. Davis,
accompanied by Fairchlld, three soldiers,
oiiq correspondent, Bogus Charlie, Steam
boat Frank, Hooka Jim and Shacknasty
Jim, returned to liaylesi camp from the
scout. Bogus Charlie, Curly Headed Doc
tor, and other Indians who wont on an in
dependent scout aftor Jack, are oipected
back to camp. YeHerday several Modocs
visited Fairchild's camp, anxious to sut -
render. Tho total number an nineteen
men, thirteen squaws, and thirty papooses,
and twnty-flre remain with Capt. Jack,
GliNlillAI; ASSEMBLY OF TUK
I'N ITKP I'RBSHYTKUIANS
UNVEILING TIIK NKw'lJKTII.
SKDA FOUNTAIN IN I'KN
THA li I 'ARK
SI DDKN DEI'AHTI'ItK OK ,;KO
KltANUIS TRAIN FOR
EXCUSES FOR WHISKEY KRAFDS
IN NEW ORLEANS.
STOLEN HON DS
K TO ,
Philadelphia, May 31. Tlio gonoral
assembly ol the United Presbyterian
church of North America, re-assembled
thli morning. I'.'jv. Edward A. Collier
addresseJ the assembly aftylny, In refer
ence to llio church, Im wai rt-jolced In the
increase ol the membership of
i the I'nltcd Preibyteriani, anil in their
institution ol learning. At thu begin
nlng of the year tLero was a debt on the
foreign board of $33,500, and now there i
U enough money In the treaiuay to wipe
out every cent of ddt. Ibe moderator
in reply, invited Mr. Collier to seats in I
the assembly, Kqv. Geo. Patturson nud
Itev. .lame Bennett, ileli-glos from the
SviiinI of CaiiHda, They wure invited to
seats, and addressed thu aMeiuhly. Signor
Matte-1 Prochot, prnsldcot of tho Wulder
slan church of Italy, was Introduced and
delivered n adJrs, Tho ascmbly then
took a rrcess.
Nkw Yoitk, May UI. P. H. Hocn,
rector of St. Paul Episcopal church in
Home, is in this city, and dcMrei twenty
four thousand dollars needed to complete
tbe first American, and first Protestant
churcb ediUce in Home. Americans in
Home bavo already contributed $20,000,
and 3t,000 havo been subscribed In thin
The latest glory of Central park, was
publicly unveiled this afternoon, In thu
presence of a very larga number of citi
znns. ThU work of art is from tbo moulds
designed and oxecuU.'i at Home by Miss
Emma Stebbins, daughter of Henry U
Htebblilt, president of tho bonrd of park
commissioner;. Tbo design of tho foun
tain wax suggostd to Miss Stebbins by a
pasage In the Scripture, describing tho
pool of iletborJa.
A New Orleans correspondont writing
about tbe whiskey frauds in that city,
shows that whhkey which pays tax, can
not bo made in New Orleans at paying
prices without considerablo los., for tbe
excellent reason that all the materials
must ba brought from a distaeco, and pay
high rates of transportation. Noverthu
less whiskey extensively mado there.
The Tuited States circuit court of Con
necticut Issuod a subpoena for George
Francis Train to testify in tbe Credit
Mobiler suits, but ho sailed for Europe,
before the warrant could be orved. He
goes to Stuttgardt to meet his wife and
Tlio board of excise bivo classified
licenses to livo grades. First-class hotel
aud barroom will pay f 250 per year ;
second-cIas botol and restaurant (ISO;
saloon whore liquor is sold and drank on
tho promisos, 1,000; where liqnors are
sold In quantities 1cm than live gallons,
such as drug stores. jftQ; alu and beer sa
WILLIAM A. WAITS-.,
Cashier of Glenn's Fulls bank, visited the
district attorney's olilco to-day, and idtuii
fled tho bonds stolon from his bank. He
then made tbo nocossary affidavit, that
Brady may bo indicted by tbo grand
jury for bringing stolon property in tho
country. Suven years In state prison is
tho penalty upon conviction
Cincinnati, May al. At the morning
session of the ministerial conference! of
Now Jorusalem church, now In session
here, a committee was appointed to pro
paro a now liturgy. Tho annual address
was deliver by Kov. W. II. Benadoof
Pittsburg, on tbo authority of Sweden Hog.
Nashville, May 31. Joe. Yoods
colored, brutaly outraged thu person of
Mrs. Elizabeth Hampton, a widowed wbito
woman,near Versailles, llutherford county,
Tennessoe, a day or two since, afterwards
crushod hnr skull with an axo. "Woods It
in prison, and strong throats of lynching
him if the woman dte., which 1 highly
New Yoiik, May 31. A Washington
dispatch says last evening about 8 o'clock
James Buchanan, colored, while lu a dis
pute with another party, accidentally shot
his wifo fatally. Buchanan was arrested.
Meuniii), My 31. In the suprmim
. t - in.. .,-.v .. .
court aviiacaiuii, a miiiicboij, buu u
, Charles Clinton for tho murder of hi.
I vrlfo, and Lewi. Sturgeon for killing tha
BOy, Johnnie aiurpoy, uom oi wiiom were
sentenced to death, tho court graisted
Clinton new trial, and affirmed tbe de
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 1873.
cislon In thn case of Sturgeon, who will bo
IIamimoke, May iil.-James West,
colorod, was convicted to-day of tho mur
der of his paramour, Anna Olbon, on the'
tho night of March 13, last.
I.ouivii.LK, My a)- A young man,
Ben Salee, who shot nd killed a young
man named Bon Parish, at Bowling Green
some weeks ago, committed suicide at that
place last night. He was driven to the
dwd by remorse.
BtKLtN, May SI. The shah of Persia
arrived here this uf tor noon. Ho was re
ceived at the railroad station by tbo em
peror, and several members of lb elm-
porial family, and was escorted to a palace
assigned blm during bfs sojourn In Ilerlln.
A large tody of troops was at the depot,
and on tbe streots through which tho pro
cession psfsed, were great crowds of peo
ple, who enlhusisastlcolly wclrorni'd the
l'Aiilh, May 31 The Orleanuts in the
assembly are seeking an alliance with the
Left Center' having refnod to form a co
alition with tho legitimists and Bunapart
ists, The Left (Jentor, however decline
to entertain their proposition.
Havana, May 31. 0 Kelly sailed to
day for Spain. Tbe authorities furnished
steerago passage, and tbe privilege, of
which he Hvailed himself, to purchase a
ticket to tbe (tfibin, and accommodations.
Il Is rrporteJ, will be released to-ii'Orrow.
I.ONUON, May 31. The French govern
ment proposes to abandon the commercial
treaty with England.
TO ADVANCE ITNU-.
Pahi.o, May 31. It is reported that
the Bank of Franco will advance funds
necessary to completo the payment of war
indemnity and evacuation of French ter
ritory by German troops will follow im
A T EVANSVILLK.
E anm'ille, Ind., May 31. Decoration
services to-day were participated in by a
large concourse. Ono veteran of Isl'J, tlx
of Mexican war and a large number of un
ion soldiers of the late rebellion, participa
ted, (loo revoWtlonar; soldier's grave
was garlanded, and flowers were strewn
over tbo graves of several hundred late
union heroes from manv states, Eloquent
addresser wore made by Hon. W. P. Par
rett and Col. J. S. Buchanan. Two bands
of music, and several thousand people
Washington. May 3 1, Probabilities
For tbo Northwest and thence to Missouri
northeasterly and southerly winds, dimin
ishing pressure, warmor and Increasing
cloudy weather and occaslonol rain. For
the lakes and thence to Kentucky north
easterly and northwesterly winds high ba
rometer, low temperature and generally
cloar weather. For Tennessee and Gulf
and South Atlantic states southeasterly
and northeasterly winds, high baromctor,
cool weather and occasional rain. In
creasing cloudiness and temperature. For
the Mlddlo and Eastern statci'and Can
ada northeasterly and cssterly winds,
high barometer, cool, cloar and partly
cloudy woathor. Heports aro mi-sing
from tbe Pacific coast and West Missouri
New Yoiik, May 31. Money vor'
easy to-day; opening at 7 per cent for call
loans; closing at 3 to -I per cent. Foreign
oxchango stronger; 8 for CO days and U
sight. Gold lower in the morning and de
clined from 18 J to 1", but dealing in tho
aftornoon became firmer and recovered to
18j at the closo. Carrying rates 105 per
cent, and flat Sot borrowing, Troasury
disbursements to-day on account of inter
est and redemption of 5-20 bonds over
4,000,000. During the week 100 ton-thuu-sand
3 per cunt, certificates wore rodeomed
with logal tenders, which leaves only
3,000 of thoso certificate outstanding
Clearings 00,000,000. Governments duH
and steady. Stuto bonds quiet. Stocks
St.. Louiif, -May ill. Flour dull, somo
for fall brands at $0 00 to 0 76. Wheat
dull and unsottlod; fall east elevator $I3C;
sample lots, No 3, $l iot 50. Corn
Slow and unchanged, No 'J mixed ilBjc;
elovator seller, June 39c. Oats dull,
lower and unchanged, No li mixed 3-J-33c;
olorator seller last half Juno 3V!I.
33c. Barloy dull. Bye steady and un
cbauigod at C8o prime. Pork quiot and
uncbanod; bulk moats, quiet sales; shoul
dorsCjc; bacon dull; shoulders ljc; clear
rib :)ftT0ic: cloar Ojc. Lard quiot and
unchanged. Whiskey dull at UOc. Cat
Uo dull and weak, $4 6S6 60; fair to
choice natlvo3(i!) 4 87 J; Texan 3 l'.'
4 40. llogsjl I5l bo. ,
Ciikiaqo, May ai. Flour quiet and un
changed. Wheat opened firm; closed
dull s No.'J sold early I 31 spot; closed
with sellers $1 28 and no buyers ; No. 1
very dull , light ! 3 l al
Corn fair demand and Arm; clearing
easier; No. 2 mixed closed seller $38;
recular spot $30; sellor Juno $421. Oats
quiet nf weak; No. a f3l!3i .pot ;
f31i32 Juno. Hyo quiet and unchanged;
No 2 CD Jo. Harley dull and nominal.
Whiskey buyers andiellers Prt W)o bid;
01c asked. Pork steady $lil8 spot;
115 85K) seller Juno. J.ard steady,
$8 65 cash In June. Bulk meats steady ;
shoulders (1,(3)5 J; short rib middles sold at
81, s oiler July. Bacon steady; hami.long
cut, averaging 17 pounds sold at lOJo.
Niw Yore, May 31. Flour, beavv
and loworj super f 5 C5C lfij commch
to good $0 50(oi7 10 1 good to choice 17 la
r8 15, white wheat X 8 lOtolo to. -.
Whisky, quiet and itoady, 93). Wheat, !
heavy, lower; No. 8 Chicago spring $1 &S
mixed spring $1 6i; No. If Chicago $1 f6 I
Q'l 58, north-western $1 68l CO, I
wnito western $"J 10. Hyo and Barley un
changed. Corn heavy, declining; new
mixed western Mlplfioc; soft CJf-ie3c
wblto western 09c. Oats henvv. dull: j.ew I
lulled I8(nwc; wuito western 60(.f,t7o;
black WQWi. Coffeo strong; at
10, Sugitr modcratoly active, easier; OjQu
0. Molasses quiet. Pork lower j new
mess ICjj, Ueer unchaafjed. Cut incuts
lower; hams 13($jl3; sbouldeis 7, mid-
dies dull; westlrn long clear 'J&Ol. Laid i
active, lower; wetern steam !o kettle J
E a.vvim.k, May .11. Clear and pleas
ant. Hirer fallen "twenty Inchrf. Lp I
Ironsides, Jas. Gilmoru, idlowlld, Grorgo '
Hoberts, Charmer, Minnesota, Henry Pro.
hasco. Down: Camelia, Mary Anient and
Grey Eaglo. BusineiA Improving.
PiTTsnrnu, May 31. Hiver fa! lug
slowly, 4 fet 2 Inches in the channel
Weather clear and cool. There has betn j
no arrivals or departures to-day, niccpt
slach water pabketf. .lunctta Is due to-I
VicaiiURd, y.ay 31. Down s Hubert
Mitchell. I'p. Oakland, Slmpi-oii Horner,
Pargoud, Clear and warm. Klver ri- '
Little Hock, May 111. Hiver staltr.n-
ary, with 12 feet 4 lLches. Anna fur
Memphis, departed. ,
r AMiviLl.K, Jlay ill. Hiver tailing b
feet on Harpotb shoals. Departed Ada
Ilcllman, Cairo Jno. S, Crawford, upper
New Oki.ean.4, May 31. Arlvod
Commonwealth, Futuro City and barges,
Colossal, it. Louis. Departed: Itlchmond,
Amo, St. Louis. Weathor cloudy aud
LoUIiville. May 31. ltivcr falling
slowly ; 7 fect 3 Inches in canal ; b feet J
Inches in ciiute. near and cool, inisi
ncss more active Arrived: Phil. Sheri
dan and I.awrenco, Cincinnati ; Thomp
son Dean, Huven, Albion, Kanawha, M.
Louis; l'eytona, new Urloans. Departed:
Phil. Sheridan, Marr Davoeo and barges,
St. Louis; Lawrence., Nashville ; Thomp
son Dean, Cincinnati ; Haven, rvanawha ;
alEMriiis, .May 31. Weathor clear anu
hot. Itlvor riling at tbe rato of 1 foot
per day. Dopartod: City of Augusta,
White river' Arlington, Cincinnati; City
of Helena, vlcksburg; Mary K. Poo, Dick
Fulton, Grand Tower and Grand I.aka,
St. Loui. May 31. Arrived: BobKoy,
Keokuk: St. John. Illinois Hirer: ran
nie Lewis and Lalloyne. Missouri Hiver ;
dlaton.Bt.raul. UoDarled: HI. JoUus.
Illinois stiver; Fannie Lowls, Missouri
Klver; Minnesota, bi. raui; dames now
rd. NT Olleuil Ootot.lo, VUUit.nrkr
Robllov. Keokuk : Ladv Leo. Red Hlrori
Sara Brown, Cairo. Hlvor rising: llargo
quantities of drift floating. "Weather
clear anp warm. James Howard loft port
with 2,300 and will nil out at Jlempbis.j
NEVER KNOWN TO PAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS
KOK TIIK teumanent cuiie ur
CHILLS AND FF.YEH, IH'MIl AGl'K
Oil AXrKOKM OF IMEHM1T
THE GttEA'l EST DISCOVERY OF THE
There arc no diseases mi debilitating Iu their
ell'ucta upon tho constitution ai tho above,
and none more difficult to curc by the uiuul
modo of practice. Tho Fever and Ague Fow
dern will effect a euro In cases ol tho longest
standing as well as provo n preventative In
tlio forming stages ol tlio diseased. Being
purely egctablc, they act with certainty 011
the disease, totally eradicating It from the
system, and prccuta return at any ruturu
' Svhy' waste your money and health In try
ing overy medicine you bear or, when
Thompson's Fever and Agilo powders bavo
never failed ' uro the Chills in any euse.
IIJJASUNS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
HE USED. ,
Their reputation Iscstabllshcd. '1 hoiisands
oftcstlmonlaN have been received, showing
that thoso powders have performed miracles
in curing cases of long standing, many ol
them considered hopeless.
Thcro is no rl-k In Inking them I hoy
contain nothing Injurious, and, therefore,
none ol the lingering diseases bo olten tho
result of the many nostrums of the day
Physicians recommend them as superior to
quinine or any other known remedy, for
they leave the svstcm In a healthy state, and
tbo patient be) outline probability oU le-
'"iYe'vVAHE OF COl.'NTI'.KFF.IT.S. The
genulno aro put up In square tin boM'y.willi
THOMPSON'S Fl.VEH AND AGl'E POW
DEItS stainpetl oil tho lid, and the signature
nf Tuomi'hos .V Cn aw roiiK on tho wrapper
None others can possibly bo genuine.
II II K v y ATI I'
THE QKKAT EXTERNAL nKMEHV KOK
H II K U M A T I S M , N E U It A L-
OU, SPIl AINS, ETC.,
tt O O D FOlt MAX O li J1KAS1
This liniment has earned for itself a repu
tation unequalled In tho history of external
applications. KiT Thousands who now suf
fer from rheumatism. uouraL'la, etc .would
liud Immediate roller from all pain by iisIiil
thls curtain remedy. It Is equally ellcctual
Iu cubs, burns, svalds, stillness of tho neck,
sum throat. sHcllllik'-. lnllaili:illi)M". Irtist-
bites, pains 111 the side, or back, hltca of spl-
ders or stings 01 insecu,
One rubbing will, Iu all caes. give luiuic
dlate relief, and a lew applications a com
On account ol its powerful penetrating
properties il Is beyond doubt tho surest rem
udy for the most troblesome diseases to
Which horses and cattlu are liable. It cures
scratches, old and fresh cuts or sores, chafes
produced by tho collars qr saddles, tujurtes
caused by nulls or splints entering the ilesh
or hoofs, bruises, sprains, iwecney, spa lu
thrush, and all diseases which destiny the
hoofs or bones ol the lect.
jgrKull dituctlons accompany each hot
tie. Thu above are luepared only by
CHAW FOBD A KOUES,
Hi Market Street, Philadelphia,
And .old by storekeeper generally through,
out the country. l-'JOltd-e-w.
WHOI.ESA I.E. AND HETAJ L
- ?,r -
WIIiLIAM .1. AMKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OUIee over First National bank. :i-lt)-3iii
SAMUKIj l NVIIF.KLKll,
ATT011SBY J WUNSE1.0U AT Y,K
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Olilco over Flrit National bank. 3-1, VI in
.lobn II. Mulkey. Willam C. Mulkey.
MULKKY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW I
Oilici1, rear rooms ner Haiinoii's book
.NO. 1121 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
lictwren Seventh anil Eighth StleeK
OHKKN & OILHHKT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
aert, V OAlKU, II.I.INOIH.
William II Oilbert
Mile. F. Oilhur
VMpmi. att.o.,ouT,n .0 AJtult.IlT anJ
orrioE oiiiolevki!, noosje 7 and Sovxu
citt national hank.
.1 AM US II. SMITH,
A TTOEWEYAT LaW
Will buy and eiM all kinds or real e.litte.
pay taxes, lent botics, make enlleetluiii ami '
MONEY TO LOAN.
$20,00) In sunn of to $2.00) mi tin- '
proU'U real estate security iu cairo.
Stores manufacturing establishments,
dwellings and furniture. Hulls and cargoes
Insured at reasonable rates lu llrst-elas" com
panies. Oi kick No. HO Ohio Lkvek.
5-18 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
HOME TIJLIDE I
BULLETIN BINDERY, :
Corner Twelfth street ami Washington t
,). 0. II U ELS,
Late or fit. Louki
ROOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK 1
BLANK BOOHS "f every description done i
with neatness and dispatch. A kinds .of '
rulliw dune at slmrt uotlee. lllbles, Jiusii.
Jhgailues 14ml Periodicals bound neat ami
it the lowest possible rates. I
ounty worV, such as Records, Dockets ,
Fjb Hooks, Blanks, etc.. made a (peclallty
Hoxes, i'ocket Hooks, fcnvo lopes, pto
tn Ia tn nr.lr 11-- tt
kvltlilu tbo riKKt ten sears, without
lootnplatnt of loss by ta bocouilng
deiaeued. All Express uomimnics use
i..m. Su d hv rr utvn aim siaiiouesi
3 SrUSNE9 stuitsIHSeI
a iBleosMETlcsBE3Mm,ER&B93 c
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Hetutl and Prescriptio
Corner Washington at.
and Eighth street.
Of chamois and rabbit skli
Tor weak lungn.
At II A KOLA Y BHOtJ.
FOB SOKE THKOAT,
Prepared and sold
Br BAKCLAY UUOb
And Disinfectants for Stablaa
At BAKCLAY BROS.
" VOIINO iVSlEHlOA,
And "Unlversa Standard.'
At BAKCLAY BROS.
d a A L a a 1
Oma Lev am
OA 1 110 AND PADUGAH
I'll tpleaJld aleam.r
Dick Fow leu, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
4 p. in For freight opussago apply on boat or
to Jas. Mallohy, Agt.
, Y II IT li COL I- AlU'L ANINS MlLli
H WAI.TCHH, rrnprletor,
I1A11D and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, HU1NULES, CEDAH POSTS
1 ORDERS SOLICITKD.
KurnlsLeJ en staorSMl nolle.
Commercial ivomio, betwoen Tinth and
1'. It U V A N T ,
Near Twn.ty-sixth Street,
j O1110 Levkk, - CAIKO, ILLS
1 All kinds 0 Lumber, Oak, Poplar, Cy
I press, Walnut, etc., delivered In any part
01 uie city iree 01 cnurge.
GTPatronago solicited, and satisfaction
guaranteed. 3-23 tf.
FOR BALK, ) ror Bai. t FOR SALU,
fOR SALK.JkoIbaIJ I FOB BALK
Fare from LivarooL,
Fare from LondoniMy
Fare from Glasoow,
Fare from (jUEENSTowx
TO CAIRO, ; : : i : : : $4 8 Jd
HiffoiJ, MortU X CaaJc Aitnts.
l.nerpool New.TpiK ahil rhlladalphif
I'KOIk costlier WITI VITBB I14TM llltua
Fur Carry lag lb Mails
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa iVaiaia uroaisAtisa
TO JOHN O. DALB,,
18 Broadway, W-Tork, r t f
Wttbl&itoa Aftau Cairo, U,