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Tat report ri )iat f uherxrd in force Id
Ovi iuiou waa re-1!cit'l
Iui on Tue&dev. .
ii'j .' " i ".
1 republican municipal t i. W t a
fluted In Cblcio yesterday.
Cbambcrlai.t bai declined" a
lulJoD and will open MD offl V
KUZA sl'fTON 11 tO b lllftltf l to
the "coinfoiaalou" in New Orleans mid
tt l expected that lic-r thrilling raw-head
and bloody born tory will btj re-loM
with a sequel.
A letter from Vahigton m the ho
tel an J boarding Louse keepers are re
joieed at the prospect ofati extra session,
and many lobbyists, adventurers and ad
venturesses who would before this have
vacUed the capital are waiting the as-
tembiiag ot the forty-fitth congress.
The western Dart ot the city of
Chicago is Inundated with water caused
by the overflow of the Desplaines rirer.
The residents of that part of the city are
tnovia; tteir household goo.U, and
considerable alarm is felt th at the Hood
may spread and do much d.unae to
property and business .
'Gkx. Siiiirmax," says a Washington
d'. patch of Wednesday, "went to Balti
more t-day to attend the wedding of
Miss Barry, diujrhter ot Gen. Barry, itnd
In consequence the formal order direct
ing the withdrawal of the troops from the
state house at Columbia will not be hsued
Civil StnvicE rttorm under II ayes is
nt, It anar. all that fancy painted it,
or that he himself painted it in bis inau
gural address. Appoiutment are dally
made lor political reasons, and In the treas
ury department and the post office de
partment, persons are kept on the pay
rolls who do no manner ol wor but who
never tail to take p.iy a though they
'I n UetuodiJts who "resolved'1 a;aiu8t
lUyes, Hampton and Butler, are very
bitter against the second ot the trio.
lie ought lODg since to have beeu "uuug
for treason" they say. There is room
jor some of the Christian graces
in the hearts of these Methodist brethren.
They should be more submissive to the
ways of Providence. They will soon
be taking the Creator to account for per
mitting Uamptou nud Butler to cumber
HAXPTOSS MJIKtm OS WASH
The Republicans were much displeased
with the haughtiness of Gov. Hampton's
bearing In his late march upon Washing
ton. Tbey would have had him as humble
as Uriah Heep a cringing fellow, who
would say : "Good, sirs, you spat on
me on Monday last; you called me dog
on snob another day, and for these, your
caurtceies, I owe you this much subniis
siveness." We are are glad be was not the
haud-robbl.i g, bowing and sniveling
cur the Radicals would have liked him to
be. lie bad right on Ids side, and It; was
las duty to stand up for it, and stand up
rWK CY LITRE.
Au earnest effort, which will undoubt
edly be nntucessful, its being made in
the general assembly to secure tbe pas,
cge of a law for the inauguration of a
system of fish culture in this Ute.
Many forcible 'and eloquent epetche
have been mado In advocacy ot, the
bill now pending, and nothing of much
weight baa been said against it, and yet
IU opponents are evidently In tbe ma)or
t'.y In both bouses. Wby this Is a fact
Is difficult of explanation. That a sys
tem of fish culture should bs at once es
tablished no one who has given unpreju
diced thought to the sabiect can doubt.
For nearly filty years fish culture has
engaged tbe attention of the government
of France. All her rivers have been and
are kept stocked with fish, and la all the
agricultural colleges of that enterprising
country fish culture Is now taught. In
England, Ireland and Scotland, the Brit
ish governmet has been engaged for years
past in re-stocking the waters by artificial
means. Canada re-stocked her waters,
and one year's catch thereafter amounted
to more than a million of dollars In value
In excess of tbe catch of any other year.
New York, by re-stocklng her waters, in
five years reduced the price of abad from
eighteen cents to three cents a pound, and
ber lakes, that were almost barren,
are now lull ot good varieties ot
came tisb. Wisconsin has also gone
into the business, aud in oue year ten
millions of salmon and white fish were,
hitched In that .state. Iu twenty-four
states of tbe ualou ; there are now com
missioners tq look after this work, and
appropriation axe made In cash far them
f from $5,000 to t'X),m per annum.
Congress makes regular appropriations
of from $73,000 to $100,000 a year for tbe
distribution .of spawn and Mh to the
several states, aad tbe government baa a
cbiamlassioner to attend to the busiueas.
But Illinois refuses to enter upon fish
culture with any baartiueaa, In fact she
carmot be made to believe It will benefit
the people sufficiently to Justify the ex
penditttre of aey sufficient sum of money
to make It aeuooeu. This is surprising
wbejiwe consider the fact that Illinois
bAS more waters that could be profitably
used lor this purpose than two-thirds ol
ber sUtar tUMe. There are nearly five
hundred thousaud acres ol water tu llli.
boU, which, if well stocked with u,u,
would, according to estimates careful t
made, tumult wore food to tbe acre than
aa equal number of acres of laud would
average to tbe acre. '
. Those lacts.obLabied by us from a stray
ueuacri of flab culture writer, and a
Usxttts tir . coupled wife an
Immense onmbtr ol strong arguments,
have led us to the conclusion that Illi
nois should without further hesitation,
follow the example vf other states and
become a cultivator ot fish.
ttet vrnei altar idjasraniul
'reparation Malting- '! Ibe
Hessian nut ASJjvarn Mine Ml.
Opecisl t- tbe Republican. )
N-MNOitEtO, 111., April 4.At the
morning session ot the legislature to-day
a quorum failed to be present and a recess
was taken until the evening, when both
branches ot the general assembly engaged
in considering bills on the order ot sec
ond reading. A score or more bills were
progressed to thiru reading alter being
atnendid and discussed. None ot the
hills wore ol general importance.
The legislators returned from their
homes and their constituents impressed
wiui the importance of eiTin? the peo
ple relief in a tew general laws relating
to taxes, local indebtedness, circuit anil
appellate judiciary and local appropria
tions. and then adjourn tint die about the
first of May and abandon the thousand
bills introduced tor individual tame and
local privileges of no general Impor
The Independent members are lor
shortening the session, which costs the
state $1,90 a day; and the Democratic
majority In the senat? and the Kepuhli
cau majority in the lower house seem
equally interested in preventing, on the
soore of economy, an adjourned e..ion
this tall. .Efforts are being mtde to
make sii bills referring to revenue and
aesessmenis a special order lor every day
next week and defer ail other . business
until these bills are disposed of Senator
Whiting endeavored to have the appro
priation bills take preference on the
legislative calendars but tailed because of
the decisive opposition.
A Mthtil t'oiirerenee tp On iis
f'.r Ham use ol W mI llMinptou'e
IIosio.n, April 4. The New England
conlcrence ol the Methodist church open
ed to-aay. ui two nunureu ana lorty
five meniberi.one hundred and eleven
were present. Resolutions on the South
ern question were presented by Rev. W.
t . Jiaineu, v. if., ot lioston, anu upon
being read were received with great ap
plause, and by a vote ol the conference
were reicrrca to a special committee ol
five to be appointed by the chair. The
preamble t ) the icsolutions reviews the
blighting effects ol slavery, and the two
final resolutions are m substance os lol-
Rtsdbtd, That we are alarmed and
tilled with apprehensions ol the future
wheu we contemplate the practical
sale of one of the great political parties
01 me ivepuDiiu uy two politicians ot that
party who have held and now hold yery
intimate relations to the president, thus
sacrificing principle and party and rich-
eousnrss lor the sake of temporaay suc
Kuolctd, That we protest most ear
nestly against the action of the new ad
ministration in making terms with the
Ku-klux, and the Instigator of the Ham
burg massacre, M. C.Butler;and still more
earnestly do we protest against an official
recognition of the administration of that
arch enemy ot the Republic w ho long
since ought to have been hung for treas
on, Wade Ilampton of South Carolina,
and who by threats and Intimidation, un.
der the very root of the White House, as
well as on railroad platforms and In oth
er public places, delies the power ot the
government aud bullies the President in
to compliance witli bis traitorous and
H A KM.
CHARTERED MARCH SI, 1869i
CITY NATIONAL BANE, CAIRO
K. 11 SAIfrOBD. PrrtWtEl.
a TAYLOH, Vict I'rvtidnjt
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U. II. I'XMMwtUJl,
13 Jul. tALlUkJl,
11. 1.. MlLUiltt,
INTLKKbT pkU fat dpoiU at lit tmM ol six
prr ocut. pr anuuin, MsTru 1st uid Hupluu
hit 1st . InWrtst 1101 wltbdruwn U sailed mum
I1SU-I7 to lbs prinrlpsj of Uw lepoiu, thrby
(irliuc tlM-m eumiKtuntl Interest
Harried Women and Children may
uepoeu .money ana no one
else can draw it.
Own CTrV businesidsT fVomfis m. in a m
ad Bsturlsy evvniDf fur mvuiiji deuosiu unlv
W. HY&LOP, Trsasurer.
St a. Vie 1' res' l.
H. WtlU. Chier.
1. J. Ksrth, Aaat. ssb'r
msi mil mi,
Comer Commercial Ave. and at Street
K. Rros, Cairo. Wm. Rluve, Cairo.
P. Nell, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe. CMiro.
A . Stwanka, Cairo. R. 1.. HiUlnrsky, t. Louis
E. liuder, l airo H. WclU, Cairo.
s". II. HriBkraaa, at. Louis,
J. Y . Cleutsou, Caledouia.
lisweial Banklar Bualneaa Uwne.
rfExehange sold and bought. Interest paid
n ths havtmrs Iewrtment. Collections made,
nd all business promptly stteuded to.
City National Bank
W. P HALLIDAV, President.
1IKNRV L. H AIJJTJAT, Vic r rust.
A II fcArrORD. Cashier.
WA' ' ' k ay&LOP, Ass-t Cashier.
C. flisars TaTLOi. R l. Cltll.iM.
U h. HUUU, W. P. HAU.1DAT.
I. WlUJsJItO. HltPUM BlHP,
A B. BarrortD.
Exohange, Coin and UnlUd ltti
jonai nougat ma aoia.
pVEPOSlTS rflsve4 tad gsasral banking
mVIS l.7.Klb?r2!l,8u",w otiUi thai on
MarciSJih l7T, Kaiiuu 1 fcomai couiplsinanC
cLl? ri'.1 1." t"T. I tba Ale.auds,
baud MsicbSr, 1177,
. aTOBTT TBASM RBfOHE TBI PrHLIO.
: DR. C. M?LANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
fPIIE countenance is pale anil
L leaden-colored, with occwonal
flushes, or a circuited ix sxt on
one or both checks ; the eyes becoms
dull ; the pupils dilate; an azure semi
circle tuns alon? the lower eye-lid ;
the nose is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds ; a swelling of the upper
lip; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears ; an
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone; fleeting pains
in the stomach ; occasional nausea
and vomiting ; viole.'H pains through
out the abdomen ; bowels irregular,
at times costive ; stools slimy ; not
unireq'iently tinged with blood ;
belly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometimes d r y a nil co n vu Isi ve ;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, "but generally irritable, &rc.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. MTLANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOCS NOT CONTAIN MTRCLRY
n any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration, tiot ?(?.' k of Joh.ihc siih!'
est injury to in; most t'nJ r infant.
The genuine Drt. M. I . v 1 ' Vi r
MlFi'GE bears the t.ignalui:s c f C
AKLane and rtr-MiNG V-v.o . 0:1 the
DR. C. rV.?LANE'S
Tiiese Tills .ire nit ict'ymiueud'.J
as a remedy f'"r '.ill the illsi that
flesh is heir t)," but in siti'jrti.ui.- oi'
the Liver, and I llilioiis Com
plaint?, I)y.-pepia, and ivk ILad
acbe, or diseav ol that chaiaitor,
they stand uiihotit a rivul.
AGUE AND r EVE 11.
. Xo IjLth r e.aii.u tio can be used
preparatory to, or after taking (Jui
tiine. As a siiiiple purgative they are
bewuie or IMI T AHO.V.
gcuuine ate never sugar
Each bx has a tvd wax on
the lid, with the inipr'imi Dr..
MLane's Livlk I'im.s.
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Ay but wait, good wile, a minute;
I have lirt a word to ay ;
Ijo tou know what to dsv 3V
Mother, 'tis our wedding iU I
Just as now, we fat at u.ir
w hen theicuesia hail itut awav;
You cat that side, I sat this side,
1 orty years ago to-day !
Tl:An what plans we laid together;
What brae tlnnps I meant tod..'
Could we dream to-day would liud til
At this table me and your
He Iter so, no doubt and yet I
s-omctiines think 1 cannot tell
lfjd our boy ah, yes! 1 know, de.ir;
Yes, tie doeth all tbiu- Well.
Well we've had our joys and sorrowi,
8liaivd our urn Its as' well s tears;
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, Faithful love for forty ears ! t
l'oor we've been.Vit not forsaken:
jr)ef we've known, but never shuae
Father for Thy endless mercies
.Still we bless Thy Holy name i
1"his ia a rare cliatiee
for you to make mon
ey We will pay you
lure rasn commis
sions aud (five you exclusive territory-. od
us oue dollar, avoid unnecessary rorrpon
deuce, receive your territory, sod go to work at
once. I pnn receipt ol which we will forwaro
spent' outilt, oerttHcate of agency, etc. r-peci-ilea
espies M rents, none frev.
Addie Th Treasure Publiahlng Co.
So. Jtiedar .silrett. New VorkJ
Mark These Facts.
li.t ierl.iiLV of ihe Whole Wotld.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS.
"I had no appetite ; llollowsy's I'll' yave ne
a hearty one.'
Your 1'ills are marvelous."
'T send for another box, and keep them iu the
Lr. llolloway has cured my headache that
"I ireve one of your Pills to my babe lor chol
era morbus. The dear UlUe th.ua; got Well in a
day . ' '
"My nausea of a mora'n Is now cured -1 '
"1 onr box of Holloway's Oiatmeat cnml me
of noises in the head. 1 rubbed some of your
Ointment behind the ears, and the nolaehue left."
".-end me two boxes; 1 want one for a poor
"1 enclose a dollar; your price i 2 cents, but
the medicine tome is worth a dollar."
"Head oie five boxes of your l'ilis ''
" Let me have three boxes of your Pills by re
turn rxiail, for Chills and l ever ' '
1 have over 2'J such testimonials asthese, but
Want of space coo. pels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eruption of the skin, fbe ointment U
luoit invaluable. It does not heal externally
alone, but penetrates w all the I'joid searching
effeen to the verv root wl the evil.
Invariably cure the following diseases
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all dUeaKes affecting these organs, whether
they secrete loo much or too llU.e Water; or
whether they lie alllicted with stone or gravel, or
with aches and pains settled in the loins over the
regions of the kidneys, these 1'ilU should be ta
ken according e the priuted directions, aud the
Oistment should be well robbed into the small ol
the lan k at bed time. This tmatmcnt will irLve
aliuoat Immediate relief when all other means
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will ao effectually improve the
tone oi the stomach as theae 1'ilU; Ihey remove
all acidity occasioned either by intemperance or
improper diet. They reach the liver and reduce
it to a heal thy action ;they are wonderfully effica
cious in cases ot .m iu fact they never tail in
curing all disorders o. the liver aud etnnisch.
HuI.LOWA Y' l ll.LS are the best known in
the World for the following diseases i Ague,
Asthma, llilious Coniplumbi, lllotvhes on the
fkio, liowels, Consuuipiiiin, liebility, Dropsy,
Dysentery, Erysipelas, female Irregulunlies
Fevers ot all kiuds, if its, t.cut, lieaihuhe, Indi
iteation, InSaiiuuation, Jaundice, Liver Com
plaint!, Lumbago, Tiles, Uheumatism, lleueu
tion ot uriue, scrofula or hing's fcvil, Core
TbroaU, Shine and l.ravel Tic-Douloureiix.
Tumors, I leers, Worms of all kinds, Wiakuess
Irom any cause, etc.
None are genuine unless the signature of J.
llaydock, as ageat for the United fclates. stir-
rounds each box or I'iliM. Mml iii,n.,utit. a
liandsome reward will bo given to any one reu-
uv, mi ,uuj luiuriusuuii sa may icau io ine
detection of any purty or parties couuterfeiting
ths medicines or vending the same, knowing
uieiu io lie spurious.
Sold at the manufactory of Professor Hole
Lowav 4 Co. . New York, and by all respectable
druggists and dealers in medicine Uirougbout
the civilited world, in boxes at ii ctuts, bi
cents and H each.
- r I" There is considerable saviug by taking the
laxwer sues .
. B. Directions for Ihe guidance of patients
in every disorder are alhxed to each box
Office, 112 I iberty St., New York
Enrllsh Brussels, Three Ply and Ingrain
also, btelx CarpeU.Velvet Bugs, Crumb .
. 'I. nn iii.il. ..... 5. L
vimu'i v biuiai, u-., very cueau
at the Old f lace
112 FULTON ST.. NEW YORK
Carpets carefully packed aid sent to aa
part of the United Stat iree of charge.
liUllt i Worth
Reccommended by JENERAL PLEASANTON
For the cure of a large class of Dltf KASK8. Also ti-ed for simulating Vegetation.
We have in stork a good fupply, and ran furnish llk-hti to any desired di
mensions, aud at prices 'that will not justify lhoe in want In
sending to other market.
The Perfeotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil,
-WAS AWARltKO TMK
My llie Juror and ('omiui-ioni'nt of tb
Centennial Znternaticned Exhibition.
As the Hi'tt HIiiminaMng Oi', i.ir It exirtor lioary merits of ,-ali ty and Itrtliut i
KI.AINK was also awsrdud a (iold Medal at the I'lttburh .1 x,oltl..i, ; un 1 wis
adopted, after a thorough scientific and practical left, by Ihe
UNITED STATEfj GOVERNMENT I. ullT-llur-K DLI'ARTMI N I .
Aad received a bigb cominemUtlon Irom the Hoard of United States M cam bo at lnr.eo-
tors, Washington, D. I'.
Insurance Colni'aiiies rate ELAINE lh )aiue as a Uat rik.
ELAINE Is used on many ol the lUUroads, sireet Cars and liotel ol tbe couuti
aud inaugurated suprrior to any oth r oil
Can be used io any lamp.
ORDERS KEO.M I UK
FIRE! FIRE! FIRl!
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes
iti,,m1. 1 1 j Tna Trii n i
Of Qoods saved from the late fire by
Will be sold within next tbe Thirty Days at a
Come One Come all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
U tiij Commercial Collegi
St. Louis, Mo.
IHOI. A. KICK, A. If. I. L.B.,
!AI. BICE, A. X.,
h U. HUKW00D,
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIP, $81 00
MOST Complete. Thorough aud Preetiea
eouras of ftudf in the United Mates a
amirs luthspeutible to every youua; tuuu embarking-
on the sea Ol life.
For IUuiUated Girular,
- THOS. A. RICE, A.M..I. !....
in the tuaiLi t.
TRADE .Ol.l. 1 1 1 D.
W. II. MABEAN.M.D.
Hoaupiiiifi Pljsiciaa ni Surgeon
(Or. llriharu' s Survtsor.)
Office 138 Commercial Ave.
3-ilra Cairo, Illinois.
lrelal attention Riven to the trcatiiien
CUrouic ll.eases and Uiseases 'peculiar
Dealer in Fresh Meal
Between Waahlncton u Oomiusrou
enaea, adjolslna; Hauny's.
RBKP8 for aale the best Beef. Perk, Mutton
Veal, Laoab, 8ausagt, Ao.. and is or
d k eerre UutiUm in aa aoeevtable rw.-iie