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BY JOHN H. OBERLY &
L'AIKO AXI NAKHVILLK
Tlii- fit low lux fttQiincra l.a Cairo
.nnlli anil at lh hours below.namrd
TALISMAN, Every Monday at 6 p.m. ;
TYKONK, Every Thursday, at 6 p.m
LUMSDKN, Kvcry Saturday, at C p.m.
tor rrelght or I usage apiMjr on board, or to
BIGGS 4 iLA.LI.OKY,
juiMTItf ) W OHIO I.KVCR.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
The beautiful and light draught sl.amer
Learet Cairo daily attp.m,, ud faducahtUllr
it a.m. Hating .uprlor accommodations ahe
olielU public patronage.
AWA1MJYHAK, 91. !., Pbysl
. clan, .Surgeon and Accuucbuur, lor
inerly ol Anna, Onion Co., Illinois, hat puma
nmtlr locatM in city. OFFICE Comuerclrl
Areuue, Wtwren lh and !Nli hirwjta Weat aide
n w. diinning, M. I, Hea
vy a IDENCE-Corner Ninth and Walnut
WICK Corner Hlsth Htr.M and Ohio Utr
(iKFICK IIOUIW-Hrom a.m. to It m and
I4.HK. N.lflTII.'fC. I)
KKMIDKNCB No, Jl, ThlrU.nth it
rtiu Washington Arrnue and Walnut fltieel
01 KCK--n Cemerelal AtrM, uj tfr.
HWAHIIXEH, JI. Cairo
rtUHIDr.NCII-lVircrr of NiwtKLlh at.,
and Wa.hlgton a... OFFICII 'in Comrm-K-ial
ar., liter Itin I'u.tOIVr. UKflCK Sol' KM
I roin lo m to 12 ui., (uod) nr.ptH) unJ
from to 6 p rn.
h. iiilicil I?n,M.ji)!
Office, lUft C'ommrrclal Atciiiio.
UMcelloara, httj 1U av.ni ,A. 1 to 3 p.m.
niMnc,No. II, .Vrnili atrrrl, l'iro III.
William 1. AlUa,
Juhat II. Mailt. y,
CAIRO, IX I
rrlietilattrn'lon paid to ill. rand admiralty
) ltnoini 7 4t Wla)lraBIcau
ltEE Si GILUEKT,
ATTOUXKVS A NO COUNSELLORS AT
.YlllUin II. 41... a,
nrilumii M. UlllMri, CAIKO, IIJ.
HlUk -. llllrl, J
Rpxvial ati.atiou K"n lo Admtraltj and Si.ain
UrSc. o Uhlol..... Hmmi 7
ur City National Baak.
Comutorclal Av., Ojiok1Io Pout OMce
JOSEPH BAYLISS, Proitrlvtor.
Thn lloua laucwlr furnialil and o(Turtoth
jiUloflrtilua accommodatlona, fl7dlls
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
-yyooi: wooim: wok in
The uader.liined will furniah
Hard aud Wry Wood
Aa Cheap, if ot Cb.apcr
i.ua any woodxlral.r In Cairo. lo ordrra at
tnnl'oai.omvaand ut lliucorn.rorwihUtraetand
Whlniiton Avenue. 1 give Rood nirnurp and
will cord th wood up. DE.NN1N IIALUV.
Kebriurr XoU, 171.
OOD AND COAL.
la prepare! to deliver the le.t
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
in any part of the city, in any quantity deaiicd,
on tiort uotiet). '
Coal Ocllverea at )4 CO Por Ton.
OKFICB-Orer'lle.rwart, Orlh & Co.'a .love
toie, two Uoor above Jho comer of KiKhthatrcol
Cairo City Book Bindery
la prepared lo
MauiifMinr. Blank' Bookt nl do al
klutli of nook Blading audHallaf.
73 Ohio Ieve,
CIRO, - - - ILLIN0I8
And all kin
UtGAT. AV COUUKMVIAV JB
Tiik frJouds of tlio Prcaldont liavq
como to regard tlio Ban Domingo af
fair as a table "old maa of th ('
io tlio Republican party aud with Wado
at their backs arc besieging Grant to
precipitate action In the matter and
have it nettled during the present mm
sioti of Congress. It does not rcquiro
the eye of a prophet to, too that the
longer action on tlio subject in delayed
the heavier tho load of difficulties and
cuibarra.xsuicnta to tho party will grow.
Tho friends of the measure would pre
for to lose it rather than carry tho bur-
dun through tho summer.
Accokdi.vu to George Alfred Town.
fieuJ, the ornate Washington correspon
dent of tho Chicago Tribunt who oc
casionally hiu the nail on head, Pres
ident Grant is a very weak man ; one
who"u private interests, to which hu
cauout rise nupcnor, conflict with hu
public duty in sucli a manner as to
hamper him on every side. With Schurz
and Sumner in tho Senate to comment
on Grant's political conduct, and lie-
ublican newspaper and their corres
pondent to touch up his private life,
the country will jtoon be ablo to arrive
at a correct estimate of the character of
tho chief magistrate.
NEWS OF THE DAY
Tho Circuit Court now in acaiion nt
Quiricy liai to dccldu on twmty-two ,ni
plication for divorce.
Uale.lurg has had a meeting und decldixl
natiloioutly In favor of romoving tho
Capitol to l'eorla.
The membcri of the cabinet and of tho
Joint High Commiuion paid n vilt to tho
rnvo of Waihington on Tuesday.
Tho marrlago of tho Prlttccit Ioultu In
Lent, hMOutrngod tbo Iligh Church party
A bill lini been Intraduccd into tlio Ix'g-
lilature providing to submit tho juvllun
of tho removal of tho the capltul to n rota
of tho people.
Tho "Army of tho Tcnne.Ro" holdi u
re-union In Cincinnati on Thursday and
.Friday. General Sherman Is President
of the organization and will tnaku tlio
Tho Statu Medical Society will meet in
Peoria next May, medical men from New
ork, Pcmylvanla, Slaisachuicttt, und
other states will be protcnt and it will bo
tlia laryuit meeting of the kind ever held
l'rof. llnmilton, tho well-known show
man, is lo dedicnto it monument to his late
trick horst "Sir lionry" on the Uth of
April, at bis residence In Windsor,
Asbtnbula county, Ohio, and on the same
ay v glvo an exhibition In a canvas
capnblo of seating 2,000 people. Tho
monument Is tho counterfeit presentment
ot tho horse, in Italian marblo; weighs
000 pounds, and cost $-,000, and is to bo
located on the gravo of "Sir Honry,'' in
tho door yard of tlo Professor's
residonce. Dan. Itico and other prominent
orators nre to bo present.
Tit Uulgnla olr'tklaa.
Tho order of tho Knights of Pythias Is
secret order, which has bocomo widely
spread with such rapidity that tho publfo
curious to know something of tbo orlcgln,
character and purpose. So fur as wo aro
Inrormcu, me ritual oi uto oruor wa com
posed and worked during tho last years of
tho war, about 1804, wo boliovo. It was
tbon used us u bond of union between tbo
ofllcers of tbo army, and wus confined
almost entirely to military mon. Upon
tbo cessation of tho war tho rltttul was
revised, tbo work, as moditlod, wus used
in lodgos established in tbo various states,
undclvllluns weromaao oiigioio ror mem
bership. It then began to spread rapidly,
especially In tbo citstorn and middlo states
runnsyivania aiono naving over inroo
area ana uity wonting louges.
bo public work and intent of tho or
der is not greatly varied from that of
other societies whoso bonevolcnt objects
ontltlo them to pralso. Tho order is found
ed on friendship, with the famous story of
Damon and. Pvlhias as a special lex ample
of the vlrtuo to bo cultivated. The mom
bors aro bound to relievo tho suffering and
assist tho unfortunato, aid tho brotherhood
If sick or in distress, bury tho dead, and
otrcr sympathy and substantial assistance
to tho widows and ornhnns of deceased
mombors. Tho ropnlln wIia
consists of a neat military hat and feather,
something llko tho Jom Uavls ' hat
of tho old army, und a scarlot
sash with fringed ends, on anron
broldored with sllvor and displaying tho
emblems of the order. Thcso emblems are
a helmet with the visor down, lances or
battle axes crossod, and a. shield with tho
Initials of tho socioty. A sword with ele
gantly wrought hilt and red scabbard is
mado for tho order, tbo hilt and trimmings
differing in color according to tho rank of
tho ofllcor or member. Some of tho eas
tern lodges display upon narado ccmplcto
suits ot light armor, which have a strik
ing effect in theso piping times of poace.
Tho order is flourishing throughout this
from tfelrp la livaaavltt
u or tSaa Trip.
HM4lI.CdrrernonJtnr of TDK HtllKTik.
"All jjronjenade to your homes." Such
.was tho order by tho prompter uf-tbo gay
dnnco-oM. tturd tho Steamer IsMowIld
Tuesday. warning, time 1(30 a.m. This
stoamorJud delayed tbo 'departure 21
touri'lnotder to,bavo mats Omiumii
weasssw 'isjl t ftrMh UTkef of Et'trlp
from Cairo to Evnustllle, a dlstanccwf two
hundred miles. A flicrry laugh from till,
A hcsrtyj(ood-bye to Captain Fowler and
xCiurKf, ana mc gay party disappeared in
coupies to tneir Homes, mucn pleased witn
their avchtng's enjoyment. '
Kverytblng bjlng ready, "Haul In -your
head line," was tho command. The pon
derous engines rovolvod, and tho Idjowild
moved rapidly to tbo Kentucky shore,
where time Was callod und watches drawn.
Of the wholq, number on board, no two
Were alike. 1:48 was determine! on.
A more beautiful night could not huvo
been selcctcl starlight, no wind all
lookad. favotablo. We udjourned lo tho
cabin. 1" found somo twenty-five or thirty
persons congregated, ntnong whom wcro
tho stockholders of tho boat,
Sllvcrthorr, of tbo Kvansvillo
Journal, llull, of tho Kvnnsvlllo
Courur, Martin, of the Paducah KoitucK-
tun, Col. J. 6. Kcarden und 11. C. Wright,
but uo representative of tho Cairo press.
ot wishing our city to bo outdone I con
eluded to quietly take items.
Wo reached Mound City at 'il'JJ, hav
ing made the first six miles in '.'4 minutes,
crossed to tho Illinois shore, ran through
chut ; tho water being low the Iioatl la-
lora! badly and lost somo few minutes'
time. Wo rcsched Caledonia, IS miles,
. . . . . i '
in i hour ana i minutes, lfao'moro
rapid exhaustion of sHcam and revolving
of wheels told us plainly that the motlvo
power was not wanting. I passed bejoV
to take a peep at the safety valve. Arriv
ing in the engino room I found four en
gineers on watch, passing and repassing
with lorn; sticks Duncblnstboiruaincotks
I looked for the Indicator of steam and
found small clock-like affair on the aftsjsr
end of each boiler. I looked at the
thought tbem very high, tho "ArthtfrfVf
"Snr.f'l anil Hi.iIam r.tn fal
disasters catn M
mind, and I wished
I was In Cairo.
passed forward and found
six or olnht Aremeu hard at
Near the tire doors was a
which looked to a "man
up a trccf'
like ltostn. Poking, punching, going it.
strong, ''blloberup 'says one, "whoop her"
another, and so on. I stepped up to "one
of tho men, romarklng: "You aro carry
Inga big head of steam, are you nut?j'
pointing to what I thought tho Indicator.
"Oh no" said ho "that Is not a guagoj to
usee r tain steam, you sucker, that shows
tbo amount of water In tbo boiler. W
aro not carrying over ono hundrod and
thirty or one hundred and forty poynds.'.'
Satisfied I pasred up stairs and nsked (for'
n room. Mr. Fnwlor pointed out 'Sol
to which I retired. The lower berth was
occupied aud I climbed to tho upper ono
nud tried to sleep. 1 soon gave-up! t,he
feoblo elfort, and palling Into tho abln.
I found tho paitcncors. clerks, reporters
und all nodding in their chairs, Margin
occupying no less than four. A tap of the
bell told us wo woro at Metropolis, lltnq
out 2 hours GO mluutes
At 5 o'clock wo wero in sight of Pamir
cab, passed city 3 hours aud 42) minutes.
otwIthitandiug tho curly hour, quite) a
number was on tho wharf, who greeted tis
with cheers. "Go it In slxteon hours"
shouted ono anxious chap, "or I am brokej."
"What is your time?" cried another. Ono
doleful Individual turned his pocket Insido!
a... irl. it i i i.. !
uui. tuu jiwr iuiiuw. uau lull, unuDlieis,
on time from Cairo to Puducab. (Tho w.
B. iirown mado tho samo run during I bo
war In 2 hours 47 minutes.) Cooper ofi
thotisk shook his pocket book atua, ru.fi
hing frantically ovor tho boat. Wo rup
oit of sight in 11 mlnutoi gained Bmllb-
land in 4 hours and 40 mlnutoi, Golconda,
C hours and IT minutes. Tho day was
beautiful vory little wind. Thoinmutoa
of every house turned out and burriod U
tho rivor, waving bats, aprons, brooms, Af.
Tho pouch trees aro overywhero In bloom,
treos aro loafing out, and tho farmers arp
busy cleaning up their lands. The wheat
looks most promising. Wo passed Ilurr
enno Island half way. j
Capt. Fowler looked jubilant and tho
stockholders Invited all hands to"smlIe.J'
Sllverthorn and Hall refused, put on thelp
glasses, passed into the office, and began
to flguro up tlmo. Our hugo cbiuwoyf
woro vomiting black smoko which trained
far bohinp jrcotTrakeJ Aster rovolvoej
our wheels. Again I passed down noiow.
Asceno of busy excitement mot my gaxo
"Mako It in 16 hours," wasthe cry. Tbi
time I found the steam gaugu, tnucAr
and moro coming. Hotei; had the "dlc
wild'' done so well, making one mile VH
two minutos. Wo made Shawneetown It
10 hours and 8 minute The whole town
turned out on the levee to see us pass, re
minding me of Cairo when the Loc-j
Natchez raco cam o off, "Unlontowa was
reachod in 11 hour and 21 minutes amid
huzzahs, and waving of handkerchiefs,
llore strong head wind sprung
up, Capt. Fowler looked blue,Gus Lemeke
sorrowful, pilot anxious. White cap mado
their appoaranco on tho bosom of tho
beautiful Ohio, our speed slack-
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, APRIL 1."
cnod, und things looked dubious.
Marlon Wright shuffled around from one
to another pulling flrst an arm then
coat tall, front pilot house to englnu room
A'klng If the wind was going to continue.
He bad sMswsweU ' heltm fifteen
ainuaaaditWrii :lUais) to -Xvansvllle
WepAi4XoMC Veriioo in lS.S'J, flags
were wavinar aad cheat from crowds of
aaoaU stmia4 us . assiai-.Hta4sas. la
fcafWn nours aria ' thirty minutes.' Tho'
peoplo hero seemed frantic running from
corner Ui coruor, Waving, hata crying out
"saake Itln;l5:?0 In flflecn hours and
fifteen minutes Wo horo In sight of our
destination. Tho wuurf was dcnsoly
packed with people, at 5-10 psjiod the
city under full headway, amid cheering,
music and general rejoicing, time from
Cairo to Kvansvillo, fifteen hour and
twenty-nine minutes, good timo for a four
boiler boat. At 0:30 started "homeward
bound'' on tho flno packet "Arkansas
Bello." The "Idlnwlld" may bo a faster
bout, but In point of general Jlrittlati ac-
commcxafivnt, comfort and attention to tho
Inner man, tho "Dello'' has but few equals
and no superiors. If any of your readers
wish to enjoy a flrst class trip, let them
apply on board. Capt. Juck Grammar, as
sisted by his gentlemanly clerks Mr. N.
S.Pennington and H. Laughlln will do all
In their power to mako tho trip delightful,
vrhllo that prlnca of caterers Mr. W. II.
Steele will tempt their palates with every
thing tho market affords.
N. II. Marion Wright won tbo new
hatbv one minute.
YOUNG BISHOPS WANTED.
A Plea for tlia Atcthadlat EplMoaaef.
After discuiilng tbo project of a four
I.- .IT. .!.! J .1..
jietnoutii r.piscopsi cnurcn, ana disap
proving of it, tho Mcthoditt says :
"This Judical, Innovation onoo dlsposod
of, such otbor change as are demanded by
tho exigencies' of the churches can bo
safely considered! We havo already sug
gested one the election of younger men
than has been tho practice of lata year.
Tbo disposition to splcct only mcnwho
have reached' or passed the meridian of
IM SMMeaaey; stay be
eountrv call for Activity
Ib'tbA beundariei of the
A naw world i oasmiBr ev
ery yearto civUlxatlon. Kaek year tho
foundations' of society are laid in reclons
ot'Jong'sloonrkaown tout only by the
reports oi.auveniertius explorer, unur
cbes. schools, college, universities, a
wbolcomft literature, u Christian press.
arc all provided, llero aro fields whore
the tolls and triumphs of our Asburys and
McKcndress can bo repeated. Our nre-
Aeat blshops visit thcso fields, but cannot
tarry in mem; Wildes, tney are aging
rast, nna tno cnuron neeas mem moro anu
mora as counsellors as Its interests crow
6Ver too'ro complex. Tbcro nro but ilvu
of tbem to station 8,000 preachers, and to
servo j,ouu,uuu or jtoopic, inev slioulu
.hato,moc!atcd,wjth thcm ln tho plscojial
omce yeuBger men, uo enoicosi mat tlio
cnurcn can lurnnu, mm nincua wncro
thycao, iththolr gonerul superlnton
deswy.'aive special euro to tho fields
kloli now suffer for lack of Kpiicnpnl
"it may oo ssiu mui vuo Kniscopai omee
on theso .terms will bo no slnesuro) most
I certainly it will not. The Episcopacy In
liRrnurpii is. a place wr uaro, stcauy
work, and oiilv a mtin !who hu u hearty
appetite for work should seeept it. Let a
few act bo. considered. Tho vast region
stretching south' westerly from Missouri to
mo uuirju Mexico is vei to ne nuoa wiui
a' dense population; Sexes alone contains
A quarter of ttillloa of squaro mile. Freo
labor will now take possession there, and
will need all. the requisite of an advanced
clvlUsiailQD. On the north, the equally
'vast region extending from, tbo western
UusidAryuX Js4parior to the Paelflo
i naaaiarr snrstf irairsr AWBonicmoar
tnexi A'WBVway win xeacu vxa iveu Kivcr,
Huu.sno uatiy.ioaruwr or comnionweaitii
wjll" follow Its. line.. Territories, whose
names aro"ai"yol uuouiitod'w'IJl in :!0 year
bo.iuombers'ol'cur national Union. Such
a .state of tact calls fur tho rulnforoemont
b'oi.of endurance, gfteJWithfortk;ht and
executive power., ir- jucmouiius is to no
it must havo JipUcopal p(o4uscrs,to aecbuv
or tno ptoaeet;. ar.cljtliav
favor thoaaleetlo'nof 'such bUboRi: John
Wesley rwas 3 year or agp, nd no more,
whQn.hU life-work was 'fairly' coiruuenceU.
VrhlU'ia wuslHit.ns when' hu led -the
way .In ijeld-prencktiig, . andi thus-lnsurod
tbeauccassfuVapread of Methodism among
tho common people. Aswrrr was 39 years
of ago when he' arrived , 'In,' .America, and
became pricticalij'sdporlntondent of the
u heTdr:thl4f wJch
rstaaised ear cbiTreb.r Of oar llvlnir
bishop who havo done the largostsorvico
Janos and Morris wcro both undor 40.
vears when elected. Slmnson and Ames!
whon called to this otflco, woro In their
prime. It is needless to m.ult)ply M't
stances ; these wo huvo nlready given ire
' Arehbiihop .Spaldlntr has Issued a clr-l
cular to tbo Koirjan , Catholio .clergy and'
laity of thedlooeao Of Baltimore appoaU
Inc for financial aid for Pope Pius, and!
suggesting that ladle of the diocese 'do-)
vote ono-ihalf of their superfluous Jewelry,!
ornament and expense to the fupporfo
the pope. n
tsj?'1 'I am sitting on tho style, Mary.'
ss the husband said when ho sat on his
wife's new bonnet." For thirty years this
appeared regularly among the "Wit and
Humor" of the weekly prou, and it would
have appeared for thirty yean more If the
mllllnern hadn't got to making the wife's
bonnet too small for the husband to sit on.
lion, and to Jsyftho foundatlonii.oty Chris
tlan .ihituitbus jwbo'rover tha-advanelnt;
boat selj iip tltek homes. " I
.''The.Jieat nrecedonU of MetUudUm
The Commune Formally
claimed in Paris.
The Ceati-Al Committee DlvMcd, Aid
Home of the Members An'ssrtsjsV
French fiad Gcrmta Foren Tkreatto.
Ins; the CaplUL
The YerssJlles Gorenssueat Unif to
Crash the BebeUlea.
Correspoadeace Betwcta Bliaurck aad
the Central Committee Tke
. Latter Sustalacd.
Verla.iu.x4, MarcV W'Tho govern
ment bas issued a circular lo the prefect,
announcing that Order ba been estab-,
II shed In Lyon and Toulon, and that
tho attempt at Insurrection in the large
towns hu failed, save in Marseilles, Nas
bourn and St. Etlenne. France, says the
circular, is rallying to tho' support of tbo
government. The continued occupation
cf French territory by tho Prussians ii duo
to tho Insurgents.
nainr to cuvhu it.
Tho government has tomporlzod with
tho Insurrection to avoid the shedding of
blood, but It is ready to-day to meet and
crush it. Menotto and BicottI Garibaldi
bavo doclarcd not to fight except against
a foreign' enemy. L
THE C0.VMUX.VL COUNCIL.
Pari, March 29. At tho inaugural
sitting of tho communal council to-day, a
resolution was adopted declaring that the
national guard have deserved well of tho
country. Tho Dobate says the council
separated at midnight without having
como to an agreement upon the vital
questions at Issue. I
Til X YXIUUILLES QOVaaKalXHT.
Vkhhaillks. March 29. Versatile l
rapidly becoming a military camp.
Guard aro arriving continually from
tho departmontss. The movement of
tho government rclatlvo to Pari are on
known. UOVKK.VMKNT DISAdKKKallNTS.
Tbo deputies of tho Hlgbt In the Assem
bly demand tbo removal of General Lofla,
but Thiers positively refuses bis consent.
Gcnoral Cliauiey, It appears, promised
the insurrectionary committee that bo
would not fight except against foreigners.
An amlcablo arrangement between tbo
Paris and Versailles governments Js re
garded as still possible.
Olominlclan bus returned to his seat in
At the sitting of the Nntiona! Assembly
to-day Freshmeau mado a demand for tho
interruption of tho communication with
THE nr.VOLt'TIO.VAUY (10VKRNMIST III-
l'Ania, Murch 20. Paris la quiet to-day.
Tho red flag Is displayed everywhere.
The Central Committee have split, and
some of the members havo been arrested
by their colleagues.
TUX PEACE COXrKRKKCK.
IinUHSKLs, March 20. No sitting of the
peace conference was held to-day and the
time for tho seconl meeting is undeter
mined. It is rumored that event In Pari
causa the delay in tho negotiations.
DISMAACC AND THE CENTRAL CO UU ITT IE.
THE COMMUNE rKOCLAIMXP.
Lonpow, March 29. Tbo'eommuno wa
proclaimed In tbo Place do la Hotol de
Ville at i o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Speeche woro mado by member of tho
(Yimmunal council from a platform cov
er od with rod cloth. i Tho approaches to
tho placo were filled by un enormous
crowd af Nationals, who often raised their
caps on tbo point of their bayonets, at
tho samo time loudly cheering tho Itepub
lic. Sixty guns had been coUcctod in tho
placo, and salvos of tho artillery wero re
A lettor from Gcnorul Cromer repudiat
ing the committer is published.
l'ARtS IN UANOEH.
Tho Prussian aro concentrating at
L'lilo Adam, near Pari, and will remain
there until the disorders aro at an end. Tbo
Time' tpoclal from Versailles says that
40,000 Prussians aro expected thero to
morrow. The government is steadily or
ganizing a trustworthy force for a march
upon Paris, which will possibly be madei'i
about eight days.
THE REVOLUTION IN MAAHXlLXKtf.
V,Theitepublcr, :ommitte At Marseilles
bis tssti eu a proclomation recognizing the
Paris government. Marseilles Is tranquil
and the strikes havo ceased. The nation
al of the city have elected U. Deuvln
Tho annual meeting of stockholders of
tho Cairo and Vlncenne It. K. will be held
at tbo office of tbo company, ia
Cairo, Ills, on Tuesday, the 3oth of April,
1871, for the purpose of electing Director,
and uch other business as may be neces-
sary, V. R. UAnnmv,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
VAMll ION ABLE
BOOT AHD SHOE iW
Between Washington Are ft Poplar St
aetaaad ahoea Maria to ttrtler. riae
JOHN IIYLANIs'N NALOO.V
ka aapsilad with all klssd l
Boor, A.lo, cftso..
0 onMEIICIAIi AVENUE
llelween Elgnth and Mnlliatrecln,
Wilr.ty,' who lore srool liquor, ahontil ule
him a call, ami tlicr who want
Caahav their want, .upplied athl.lmr.
Frorrislor of th.
Billiard Saloon nnd Bar Boom
100 Commercial Ave,
Cairo - - - - Illinois
REAL ESTATE BROKERS-
j WINSTON fc CO.,
(Sutensor to John Q. Msrmui A Co.,)
74, Second Floor. OHIO LEVEE
Buy and Soli Real Estate
XJkTST T Ta7-sTlSa1.
.'SJHM1IH ARSITBACTN OV TITU
GLA8.SWARE and HOUSE FUttVsNH
185 and .187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
tyTM . JI. NGIIIITTEII,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Alien, for Ixsl brand of
GllKAM AND STOCK ALE
Importod Alosi ofcllf"
No. 7S OHIO LEVEE
JP M. KTOCKFjLIITII
iSuco.i.nr to I'ohlo A rilocldlrth)
Iteclltter and Vholesalo Dealer In For
clgn aud Domestic
78 Ohio Isevee,
OAIEO. - - - ixnu.
lie k.cfw on hand constantly, a full stock of
OldKoatnckr Hoarbou. Bye and Mob.
ougaaela TskUUes,k,reurB uraif
dies. Hollaad Ula,. Jtolae
pHJMAJl CATION. -t ft
Board sad Tuition per annuui, 1
HELLIOTH LADIES' COLLEGE
SASMMat4 by ST. KH
Prloe Arthur. Board
a. PraaiS.atlthit Vr
Dmb of Hutea. Vow
sjrllUwS f fly tt Isajet Wtmu, Uei
DAILY PAPER W KflYPT.
rpO TflE ADIE. ' , , ;
la now abunJantly auppiitil wilh'
To which she .Mtlcnlar1) htrttM atlcnllon.l
She haa )mt receir.d a full Una ot
OrcMs Trlinmlnirs. Silk Glmt
uaiosh. taiaaro useea, Xom
TrjmmlBfs, bilk, and
. Crocket Bnttoiiv-iMnsk.
and Trlmmlag Tclrcf.ll.Sffalmps.
HATS and BONNETS,
Fine Kid til ones,
Ladies' and Childtehs' Shoes
And a full and complete flw'l'of
All of which tan prppoae.tna.il at 1
Tlie Very Lowest Cash, .Trices
hhelnritos the ladles to call and a. hrr n.w
KOixli ami learn th. inlets.
Hio iadctrrmlnnl to maintain h.r claim to In.
tutuu of hating tit CheaiiHtort." . i
1' ' . F . '--
"QN THE rfOVI!."
H. M, HU LEfi
G R O C E JR
t al SV
Confection llercluiit .
Has Bemeved to ' His ' ld 1 fltsa
Where he toilet la a eODlinuanrit of Va'tronax
Uiafurro.roulo mere, aawtll a. llial ofaatnan
n.w our. aa mar want prlmejjroccrlM, provtsMinty
to., remarkabljr cheap forcoah.
Termat BtrtcUy c.lM.aU.-U.alir)'
ow.r than the lowest. ,.,,.. v.. 'eTtl
aO. 1. WIIiLIAMNON,
No. 70 Ohio Levee,
Npeclal attention ajlvess to Caaalga
aaewlaand S'llllna Ortlora
w. Slratton. T. Ilird.
jTRATTON V UIHI,
uccrsiora toHtrattort,ltudon Clark.)
"Wholewale ' U
07 ozzxo xjxaxramm
CAIRO. ILL. '' '
Avnta al Aaa.rlean Pasrrier Uav, aw
HannraelMrera Axeata for SJolloa Vans'
SMYTH iV CO.,
OHIO LEVEE. uT
ktp constantlj on hand a noit eoB-
plete stock ot
LIQUORS i WHISKIES
Scotob and Irish WhlsklM f
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw.
W are anta tor J. Rld A Oo.'a ' OSI.Lrate
WIHCEU.NO ALU. ,1
Wo aell exclusively for Caah, to wbleh' Mat
lurite the attention of eloae araia buyers
Special attention slf.n to allina oHee.V
PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
II H.l'ark.r ,
pAHKEH X BLAKE.
wiAUiAAVAAd Patty. ti
Mruskes, WaU Paper. Wlaaaw Ha.a
Oairo .- :. :ir-rIlURQg
SUN VWWMm jLVM
J jt in tut ,1Jd
P. FITZGERALD, Prop'r
Uo Levee, bet. 4th aad ttk Hts.,
la always supplied with th. ehoUMt Liquora of
all klaos.aaa excellent Cigars of ev.ry tread.
are the beet Ia the tltr. Call t