JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.,
orth, TlirouiM fcwn.m. :0..m
i vy 2:1(0 4:'" "
'nttth, Way IM I'.'"' ; .".
' Through N. O., Mem
phis and Columbus i:)tn. 4:'ip.tn,
Olilo lter route, (eirept
Monday) ;'" f.m. 1''1"'
iron Mountain II. It .. khia.iii. tl;. n.
Miss. Itlter route, Tuesday
(inI Friday.... .;) ..m. T.dip.m.
theles, Ooose UUnil Hunt"
I e. Ills,, Thursday A Kri-
day....- ; .tn. T:si Ih,
MayfleM, lltandtiti sal
! otelaee, Ky It.isia.m. 4i"ip.in,
.eneral letery JiKIh.ih. '
(Pundaya 8 lo'J d.TTI.)
t'otiejr Orilr department :o a.m. t:Ht
(leister " " " s.uoa.m. o.uop.m
Money Order and Register !jttiBnt no
(pen on Sundays.
Preaching, Habbath at i'l.' J a. h., nml 7J r. ,
Prayer rneetlnir, Wednesday at 7J- r. .
sund.iy Sell iol, 3 r. m. J. M Lamden, Super
intendent, lift, C. II. Kcxur, Paster.
III-.THoDIHT-Cor. Kihth avti.I Walnut fcla.
I'rsacklwr, BaUlh 10 a. M.f anl 7 r. M.
Ieyer meeting, Wednesday, TJj r, u.
riunday rfhoot ..1 r. w, L. W. Hlilwell, sluper.
mtendenl. Iter. K. t..Twr')x", pastor. '
ciiu itcn oktiik Kr.ii;r.Mi'.ii-(i:i'N"ii)
Murnlnx prayers, r-abb-tth I0 i. x.
Krtnlnn pra)pr,"Jr. .
baLbkth ikhojl, , m.
Hf i. Ma, &, Il.ctor.
sr. PATRICK CIR'KCII-wor. Ninth H. and
.'utillc ecnrlee.Sabbslli sjstvi MS
Vespers, 3 r. x.
unday School, 1 r. m.
ierrice m ry day, r. x.
Iter, I'. J. O'HsLLuass, Prliet.
VOUSU JIE.Sy CHRISTIAN A.-MOCUTIO.S-I!?-
tilar rneetliiK second Menda esrti month t the
Prayer room of th Presbyienan Church
tVrtkly I'rj( r niftlln, Friday, 1 r, m at
ihe Prayer room of the Presbyterian church.
(J. I'ukm, President.
AKMCAN MfmiOIHST-rourinih, between
Walnut anl Cedr.
eVrrices, BaW.athi II A. v.
Sunday bvhool, r. w.
Cass 3 r, m.
8KCOND PUKE-WILI, J1AIT1HT Klflreatri HI.
Preaching, H r. v. Iter. Win-Jara-son, Pastor.
between Walnut and Cedar.
fcemces Usbb.th, IX and 3 r. m.
ItT. K. Rlca,Pator.
KIlKE-WII.l. II W'TlrtT HOME Mission tUN
HAY bCIIUUI Corner walnut and Cdar HI:
fiundyfkhool, a. u.
IIUT FREE HIUi IIAPTHT CIlliRCH-Cur-ry'
KTlca,i!abbithll a. v.,ir. x. and'X r. a.
Rer. Wa, Ktttir, I'aitor.
FIRaTMIHilO.VARY HAPHST CIIUHCII-Uel.
wrn loth and 11th itrert., ntarCrdar.
Frt achinc t'abbath 10J-J . x.,and T; r. x.
Prayer Meeting. Wedoeday rt'Dlna.
I'(railni(. Friday flmltf.
Sabbath liool, I !-J r. x. John Van Halter and
Mary Mepheiu Mipf nnt.n.lf Dt.
Iter. TJ.f aotrt. Patto
SF.CJNU IlAlTaTCIIL'UCII-J'OUifenth trfel,
between Cedar and Walnut; tier, Jvob IlraJ-
ley, Elder ; the only lUptlit Church rooired
by the Aociatlon. rrlcei, fitnday 11 o'clock
a,ni.( at 3 p.m. and at T p.m.
Jaron timttir, Elder.
- SECRET ORDERS
Cnaa OoxwKDtar, No. 13. Ptatfcl Aeuihly
at the Asylum Maaonit 1'all, flnt and thtrd4Hi
Caiao Covjcii, No. 81, Xegular Conrocation at
Uanonlc Hall, the second Friday in each month.
Citao Cm mi a, No. 71. Regular Conrocation
at Slaionic Hall, on the third I'ueaday of erery
Caiao Lorxsr, No. 237 F. A A. Jl Regular Com.
municattoni at )Iannlc Hall, the ticond and
fourth Mondaya ol eaeh month.
IniTa IiiHji, No.MjJ y. a A. M. Regular Com
munication! at Maaonlc Hall Srl and third
Thurtdaya in each month.
Altxancit Lorxir, S2I. Meetain OddFello.''a.
nll, in ArUr'a HulUinK, etery Thurday eteo
lug, at 7 o'clock.
r.oTernor, John M. Palmer ;
Lleutenani-Coirernor, John Dougherty i
Secretary of Stale, EJwurd Hummel;
Auditor of State, C. E, I.ipplncott i
SUte Trcmurer, E. N. Dates ;
tfupt. ruWio luitructiou, NewtenBateman.
Jenatom I.yman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
RepreneaUtive for the blate at Laje J. I,
Representative Thirteenth District John JI
MEMI1KKS GEKEUAIj ASSEMBLY.
Senators, lit District T. A. E. Holcomb, ol
Union, anil 9. K. Oil-son, of Gallatin.
Itepresijiitatlte, 1st District II. Watson Webb:
Judge DJ. Raker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attoruey-I. V. WcCartuey, of
Circuit Clerk Jno. C;. Harman.
Hherirt-A. II. IrTln.
Wm. Martin, Assessor and Treasurer,
Judge F. Dross.
Associates J. K. McCrite'and B. Marchlldon.
Clerk Jacob O. I.Tncli.
Coroner John II. Gnssman.
Itsyor John It. Linsden.
Treasurer J. B. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Ilurnetl
Marshsl Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II, Pope.
Police Magistrates F, Rross and H. Bhan.
Chief ol Police L, II, Myers,
Mayor John M. Iiansiten,
First Ward-P. a.Hchuh.
Bocond Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward-Jno, Wood.
Fourth Ward-8. Btaats Taylor.
Cltyat-Large-W. P, Halllday and D, Hard,
HOARD Of ALDKUMKN.
UILSr WARD-Jamea Kearden,
ECOND WARD R. II. Cunningham,
rillRD WARD Wm. Btratton,
J Patrick Fltigotald,
OUflTIl WARD-Jamea Carroll,;
THE SAN JJOMINOO PURCHASE
NOT TO UK URGE!) AOAIN.
IMPOliTAXr ORDER RELATIVE TO
ME.YICAN AND UNITED STATES
REFUTATION OF THE CHARGES
AOA I NST THE PRESIDENT.
THE WAR IN LOUISIANA.
GOV. WARMOTHS DISPATCH
GREAT PIPE FOUNDRY IIURNT.
RANK ROI5RERY AT TRENTON,
CHARGE OF HIJSIIAND KILLINO.
WahIIIScito.v, Jan. -1. It is laid ntth!
executive innntlon. tlmt tho president dots
riot intend nnin to ur tlic purchne of
Tht: coiiimlnioricrs to adjuit claims by
tlio Unite Slates Hguintt Mexico and
cIhIiih of tin- Litter nguinst tlie former
Ijoveninicnt, have given notico that nit
claims not disposed of before tlie first dny
of April next, will be entered imd bold
nnd the yovernment will proceed immedi
ately to dispute of them nccording to the
requirements of tho convention. On Sat
urday tho cotnmUtioner announced opin
ions in forty-one American nnd six Mexi
can claim, all of which were rejected.
r.EFUTATios or ciiAKor.
The officers on duty at the executive
mansion are ready with a mass of ver
bal and documentary evidence, to present
to the cuitom house investigating commit
tee on its return to "Washington, which it
is said, will rcfuto any testimony detri
mental to tho president's character.
AfTAIIW l.V LOUISIANA.
Tho following dispatch was received to
day by Senator West from Gov. 'Warmoth :
New Orleans' Jan. 21. Yesterday and
last nii;lit n handbill was distributed
through the city, as lollows : To arms !
To arms" To arms' t! To arms 1 1!!
Colored men to tho front. AVarmoth s
slaves at the Mechanic's institute preten
ded to-day to expel Antoinr, Adulph,
Jlurch. Wilson, Reavion, Williams,
Tureared, Gaddis, John Lott and other
colored members of tho houso of represen
tative!. Warmoth will next attempt to
rcmovo IngrahRtn and Antoino from the
senate. Rilly on SaturJayatIO o'clock
at tho corner of Rampart and Canal streets,
and let those who have dared to trample
on your rights as freemen and citizens,
tremble 'until the marrow of their bons
hhakes. Let the cry be, down with War
moth and his thieving crew. Rallv!
Rally!! Rally!!! Liberty or death !'
SHIP CAVAL Ill'IMIIMi.
Tho home committee on public lands
have agreed to report favorably on tho
bills for tho extension of time for tho
completion of tho Portago Lake and Lako
Superior ship canal, and Green Ray, Stur
geon Ray and Lako Michigan ship canal.
ANOTHER FRAUD EXTOF.D.
Nkw York, Jan. 21. Tho Ttmfj ex
presses another job in connection with a
lino of stages which were compelled to
tako to si Jo streets on account of some
improvements in Uroadwny, by which the
city was compelled to pay them $43,000
under a, judgetnont of a refereo nnd con
firmed by Judgo Rarnard. Four men
divided tho plunder.
II.LNF.SS OF TIL1IE.V.
Samuel J. Tilden owing to illness has
been unnblo to leave his resldcncce for tho
past week. Ho expects soon to take hi
seat in the legislature.
LOCOMOTIVE WORKS ST01TEH.
Tho McKay locomotive works at Jersey
City, have stopped work on account of a
THE MARKET K A VINOS HANK.
Tho market saving bank was forced to
suspend in consequence of tho secretary
Intrusting $1'JO,000 of Tcnnesso bonds to
Heiscss it Co., broken, for sale. They die
posed ol tho bonds and then claimed thut
tboy had lost by stock operations and
could not pay.
UNION ril'E FOUNDRY UUR.NT.
Louisville, Jan. 21. At four o'clock
this morning tho union pipo foundry of
Dennis, Lorn; & Co, was destroyed. It
was tho most extensive pipo foundry in
tho United States, nnd had n capacity of
27,000 tons of metal annually. Lois
$175,000; insurnneo only $10,000.
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
New Orleanb, Jan. 21- Carter hai is
sued an ordor, elating that on Monday ho
would, at 11 o'clock, through his sergennt-at-arrns,
proceed to rcmovo from tho hall
of representatives tho police and armed
men and requests tho pcoplo to close tho
places of business nnd keep oil tho streets
in tho vicinity. Tlio Cnrteritcs are said
to havo 2000 men.
TRENTON HANK I101IIIF.KY.
Trenton, N. J., Jan. 21. Tlio Tronton
bank was robbed this ovonlng by 0vo bur
glars, who entered tho bank from tho rear,
seized and gagged tho watchmnn and
blindfolded him. A luijy passing, gavo
tho alarm, but tho burglars escaped with
out reaching the inside of tho safe. They
rifled twelve privaln boxes of ?IOO,000
United States bond". Tim funds of the
bank were not taken.
BAN FRANCISCO MILITARY REVIEW.
San Francisco, Jan. 20. The mllltnry .
review in honor of tho Japancso cmby
took placo this afternoon.
LouisviLi.i:, Ky., Jan. 21. The grand
duko and party are expected to coma by ,
Louisvilln and tnnmrnoth cavo on their '
way south, the latter part of this week or .
tho first of next, nrrangemcnts sro making j
to give him n splendid reception and tho j
grandest ball over witnessed in this city.
Milwaukee, Jan. 21. Mr. Jnnu's
Lee, of the Lee fire-arm company has jut j
finished and expressed to Alexis at St.
Louis, u splendid gun of his manufacture, '
as a souvenir of tho duke's recent visit to
CHARGED WITH llt'CRAND KILLINH. ,
Jaokmikville, III., Jan. 21. Mrs. j
Mary Ann Hiill'iiW, tho wlfu ' A. () j
HutTiiker, of Virglnlii, C)., III.,
charged with poisoning ":r huuiiu numo
thrco weeks ago, ld her preliminary ex
amination before Justice Rardan, of Vlr
ginln. Dr. Adims, of Jacksonville, who
analyzed the contents of HutTakcr's stom
ach testified to tho presence of strychnine.
Rut cither tho court was not satisfied tho
test wns reliable, or tho ovidenco In his
opinion, failed to connect tho accused with
tho poisoning, for at tho conclusion of the
examination, Justice Ilardan discharged
her from custody. Tho decision wa6 the
reverse of what a large majority who heard
the evidence expected.
SrniNOFiELD, Jan. 20.On Monday or
Tuesday, tho military occupation imbrog
lio will bo further explained by addition
al correspondence between Gov. Palmer
and tho secretary of war which will bo
laid beforo tho ger.eral assembly.
The Elgin Chieftain mining compsnyi
with a capital of 5100,000, filed articles of
Pari?, Jan. 20. When tho deputation
of tho assembly waited on Thiers yester
day, to induce him to withdraw his resig
nation, be said he was worn out and dis
couraged. Ho could not change his opin
ion, and he believed that a similar conflict
was likely to occur again. But while for
tho precnt he consented to withdraw his
resignation, the end was inevitable and
soonir or later ho would go from the pres
idency of tho rtpublic. Telegrams wero
received from several foreign governments,
congratulating Thiers on his continuance
n chief of the executive power.
HIDES, FURS, TALLOW AND PELTS
Messrs. Ilurnelt fc Co. are paying St.
Louis prices for hides, furs etc., as fol
PrimoMink S1.75to 2.2i
" Raccoon GOc to Ot
" Musk Rat 10 to 12)
Wild Cat 10 to 50
" Opossum... 10 to 12
" Otter 5.00 to COO
" Reaver Skins 5.00 to 7.00
Hide?, dry Hint, per lb 18c to 20i
" Green Salt, " " 10c
" Green, Uutchers, per lb... 7jc to SJc
Butchers and trappers ! do you rcmeui
bcr what these articles wero worth before
wocamo here? They were worth just about
one halj of what they are now ? Sustain
thoso who benefit you. The nbovc prices
can bo depended upon.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, 111.
Yarmouth bloaters ut Jorgi r.on's
Paul G. Schuh sells Rattingor'a modi,
Russian sardelles at .lorcenson's j try
The best French nnchovle n the city
at Jorgcnson's. tf
Go to Dr. McGaulcy for Rattinger's Fe
vor Drops. Warranted to cure tho chills
.inmiKN(.ON has tho llncit supply ol
Spanish olives in tho city.
Found. That tho t.hoicest butter is
nt Jorgensen' Stpl nd Vaney (iroctry
Great variety at Sehuh's.
Oysters. Louis Herbert has alwas on
i Jiund a fresh supply of Saddle Rock oys
Wrioht's no puts uura mincod mot
prepared expressly for family use, at Jor.
Paul G. Sehuh's.
New French prunes, curranU nnd
raisins always on hand at Jorgcnson's
lMl'ORTEr) Malaga grapes at .lorgeu
son's, corner of Twentieth street nud
Wasblngton avenuo. t'
The Pride of tho Campbell's
P. G. Sehuh's.
Crvhtai. vinegar from London ut Jor-
I'enson's, comsr of Twentieth street nnd
"IVashlngton uvenuo. H
Foil new citron, ornnge and lemor
peol, go to Jorgonson' corner of Twon
tJoth street and Washington avenue, tf
.CAIRO, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY i J8T2.
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA.
The Most Successful Life Insurance Corporation of the Same Aof. in
f TTEELY MTJTTJAL;
NO HTOCKIIOLDKll.S TO AI.SOIUJ PROFITS.
Amount OFiPoLiciEs in Force Dec. 31,
Total Income to Same Date,
Net Ivcrease of Risks in Force, 1870,
The I.Trcexl .Nd lltrrenic lir ring (tin ttsr IH70 ofiiny fonipisny lis lh World.
Oro- Increase of Risks in Force, 1870, $30,327,730 oo
Only two romp'vnie. In th world exceed this iiross Increase during tSTO. ,,,
I he tinlv enmranr whleli uasrantees, its i churtered rlfit, tli tirineiple of I.UCAI. M
MKNTfi IN EACH bTATK, in proportion to Its 1'iemliimsor Ke-Insursnee Kund.
Theonlv romnsnv wineli. I, It. charter, gtff EACH 8 FATE A IIEPHEhKNTATIVE IS THE
HOME HOARD OK DillKCTOlt.
a-E3srEie.Xj office, so?, lottis, avco.
JAMF.S II. URITTON, President.
Hp"V W. Houoii, Vlco President. Felix Corte, Supt. Missouri Dept.
. V.' 'A-VI'Kv, Secretary. John X. Pritchard, Treasurer.
(.. h. Rurnfs. Attorney, . L. Lemoine, M. D. Med. Ofllcer.
Hon. Wm. Uarneh, Consulting Cotinsol and Actuary.
SOUTIIKRN ILLINOIS D K P A R T M EXT.
K. P. Rurlinoham, Manoger.
CAIEO BEa!FcH BO.eVieiD.
The follow Ins rnmed Rentlemea hold or control 110, OX) insnrsnce esch, inths I.lle AnocUtion
nf Amcr c :
P. W. Raeclat.
II. W. Wiiiin.
II. II. Canuee,
J. M. PuiLLirs,
R. S. RitinttAM,
Taul G. Schuh.
l.enrn our Iint"i nntl Pimm lieforr
LOCAL A G K NTS.
Dealer In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
I'nrratr's Vnrtl ""' Htislillnw
WITHOUT ('II AltOE.
Cor. Washington-av.'and Twontlclh-sit.
John II. Orerly,
T. J. Kertii,
W. S. F.dso.v,
you I nun re In any ollirr 'ompiny.
W. B. Kernet.
FORWAltDING and COMMISSION
IIKKCIIAX T H
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
Olilo ItlTs-r and KHmiwbst
! 70 Ohio Levee,
tf CAIBO, ILLINOIS
COAL! COAL I COAL!
1)U QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Commercial-nv., Foot of Kloventh-Ht.
All C1 carefully welghsd st lh yrd n Kir
FULL Vf EIOIIT WARRANTED.
Cotl (lilircrKl on the shortest notice in an)
port o ti fi,jf, either ty the half ton, ten or car
loil. , .
I.eaTe order t the office on Commerclal-av.
he f.iot of Eleremh street. noTlsd-Cm.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
' NANVTACTi'tras ur
j Stram Eiijrints
! Flour ond Grist Mills,
I ?aw Mills,
The "Tupjier" Patent (IratrUt
Jt AOI1INERY FOR GENERAL I'UKl'OSKS,
MOORE k MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
l.orllve PnrhanKtav. Kul.omlH.
' Done In tho highi-'t style ol the art, and n
rates Hint doly competition.
SHOP IN PERRY IIOCBE, CORNER OF 8tH
STREET AND t'MMERCIAl AVENUE.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON-AV.
-'oaiMisMt) ANn roun-AitniMi,
WOOD HPttKN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
tSo.cces.nrs to E. II. Hendricks A Co., )
Forwarding nnd Commission
VSSkl'lhenl AdTsnces m i nr'",sS?fT
s& ConslKnir.ents. SZ
Are prepared to receite, iuro ,m orviard
frflKtils to all joints anil Mljr ar.il
sell on commission.
"Dullness attendet to promptly
CiiOSE k VIXCEXT,
DEALBES I3ST LIME
Cement, Plabter Paris,
Corner Elcbtti Nlreet nnd Ohio f.evce
JOHN B. PHILLIS k SON,
(Huccessors to Jno.Ii, Phlllla,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.
cob. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
8 On io Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
STRATTON k BIRD
(Successors toHtratton, Hudson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
"Agents of American Powder Co., and man
areata tr cotton tarn
Z. D. MATHUSS.
R. C. UUL
MATHUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. a omo i.i:vi:k.
Betttten Fourth t Sixth Stt.,
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTIOiN
No. 134 Commcrcinl-nvo., '
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Ha reupeneit the '
rOIM'I.AIt JIKAT MAIIKLT,
Urtnrru N In Ih nud Truth Nlrt-t'la,
and will keep constantly on hand the best meats
almiKhtered In the Cairo market. They defy com.
Dtilin. (ike ihm a trlsl septilt.'
iu nrnti ii
EioiiTii Street, Rktwkkn Wariiinoton
and Commercial avenues,
AiIJululoc Hlttenuviiae 4c llauuy'.
Keep the best of Beef, Pork, Muttou, Vral.
I.amti, Hausage, lc, and are prewired to rfl" I
ID tna UO rwecpiauit uauurr., I
HILLIAIID SALOON AND BAR
JOHN fJATEH, Proprietor.
le5C,mmrei,l As.nvie. CAIRO, 1LLINOIB"
He st brsnd of Cilifomla"cigarJiit recelred,
RlI.hl,eV5IinVl',',? fl,r"l"hd ilh tho b-at ol
And Dealer In Foreign and DomearJo
WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
07 Ohio Levco,
Iletwecn Ninth and Tenth Streets,
130 Ohio I.evep, tirnr fitone ntos
J. D. ZANONE, PROPRIETOR,
Fro.ili Shell Oysters Received Daily
Keeps alvava on tiand Oaltlmore and Mobi
Oysters, which h wilt im glad to serte to hla cu.
tomera in the best eltr.
Also, keep consUotly on hand a most com
plete stock of
SCOTCH ANT) IRIn TVniSKIlB
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawb Wines
RSJIVTII & CO. sell ezclusirely far cash, la
which fact ther inrite the especial atten
tion of close bargain buyers.
Special attention yivtn to Filling Order.
MRS. 31. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURIttSHINQ GOODS,
C'omnierr Inl Areane, nppaatie EIII
1 Areane, app
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WBAJI
Made to order, or Rsady.Made.
Has recelred a full and comnlele stock ef needs,
the newest aad completes! in the city. An Im
mense verity ol
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
she oftera great Inducemais to her patrons aad
all other toe a1 on her.exaintne the prices, itylti
and quality of her Roods,
Mrs. SwnnJer, hasing soli her propirly, wll
attl the whole of these goods at ami btlowcoit
How Is the time to purchsse Ciinstma good
at Ue tery lowest prices.
lit! AI ESTATE AGENT.
O. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
71 (second rLOOR) OHIO tYi
Buy aw Sem. Real Kbats,
FURNISH AUSTRACTS OF.1TLB
t prerere CosTeTajoess of St:
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