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JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. APRIL 5, 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
1 -j jj Jjj
I'reachinK, Habbatlwnt 10 a.m. and 71 p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 71 p. in.
'abiialli .School, II p.m. .1. M. Lansdcn, Su
perintendent. Ruv. il. Tuaykii, Pastor
MIVTIIOOlST.-Cor. Elclitli and Walnut 8ts.
Prcachliu?, Sabbath at 10) a.m.. and 7 p. U
Prayer meeting, Wedneiday,7l p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. I.. W. fjtlllwell,
Superintendent. Hkv. F. L. Thompson,
CHURCH 01' T1IK UKOEEMKU (Episco
pal.) Morning prayer. Sabbath 10) a.m.
Evening prayer, 7) p.m.
Fabhath School, 0 a.m. .
Hkv. K. C'oan, lector.
ST: PATRICK'S ClIUJICH Ninth fit. and
I'libllo oervlce, Habbatli 8:1u ami 10) a.m.
'eMcr, 7 p.Bi.-.-abfmth
School, 3 p.m.
."mice every arm 8 a.m.
JiKV. r. J. U'llALLOKAM, IT1 8.11.
T. JOSEPH'S CI'tROH.-Gcrman,) tor
ner of Walnut and Crow streets.
.Mcm, i-t cry Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vepers, '1 p. m.
!a during week duys, 8 o'clock a. la.
Hr.v. 0. 1 1 of fm an, FrUtt.
(HUMAN LUTHERAN CIHMCU-I3th
Mrcet between Washington Avenue and
Prcaihlnif Huudav innruini; at 10 o'clock,
s'sbbsth School a't 'J o'clock p.m.
ItEV. Ihjn'T. llKLnlU, l'aator.
l'OUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA
i'l ON'. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
t C' book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Traycr meeting, Krlday,7) p.m. at
L. W. Stimavkm, President,
SECOND MISSIONARY 1IAPT1ST
CHURCU.-CornerHycamore and Forty
tlnt htrcet. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and 3 o'clock p. ra.
Sunday bchool 1 o'clock p. tn.
Tho church la connected with the Illinois
Association, by the Flrt Missionary Ha--tlt
Church ol Cairo. .
Hkv. Solomon Lkomam), Pastor.
AFRICAN j;sriIOI)lST.-Fo'urteentb, be
tvf een Walnut and Cedar.
Service, Piibbath. 11 a.m.
da'ibatli ScJiool, 1) p.m.
Class mecta at 3 p.m.
fcF.COND FREE WILL UAPTIST Fif
teenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service cabbalb, 1 and 3 p. in.
Rev. N. Kicks, Pastor.
HIKE WILL HAITIST HOME MISSION
.SAUHATH bCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Odar Street.
Sabbath School. !l a.m.
rlltST FREE WILL HAI'TIST CHURCH
Sn lce, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. &7)p.m.
Hkv. Wu. Ivkllkv, Pastor.
FIltST MISSIONARY HAPTIST CI1UHC1I.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. and 7) p.m.
l'ra)rr meeting, Wednesday evcufng.
Preaching, Friilay eienlng.
Pabbath school, 1) p.m. John Vanllaxtcr
and Mary htepheus. Superintendents.
HKV. T. J. SHOilM, Pastor.
SECOND HAITIST CHUHCH-Fottrteenth
Street, between Cedar rmd Walnut. Tho
only liaptUt ehttrch recognized by the As
sociation. tTVlcCi, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Hkv. Jacob MiAUi-nr. Elder.
THE MAiiONB. V
CA1HO COMMANDEHY, No. 13.-8tated
Awembly nt the Ayluta Masonic 1111, tlrat
and thin Mondaya In each month.
JAIHO COUNCIL, No. 24. Hegular Convo.
cation at Maaonlc IJall, the cond Friday
lu each inontli.
CAIHO CUAITEH No. 71.-Hegular Con-
vocation at Maaonlc Hull, ou the third
Tucsdsv ol every month, .
t'AUKJ lIODOi:, No. 1X7 V.S. A. M. Uefcu-
lar Communicatlotin at Masonic Hall, Uie
ecoud and fourth Mondays of each month,
ALEXANDER LODGE, a24-Mcet In Odd.
Kellowa' Hall, In Artcr building, uvi ry
Thursday uculn ut 8 o'clock.
(Jovernor .lohn L. Uexeridge.
Secretary of SUte Ocorge II. Harlow.
Auditor of State O. E. Llppincott.
Stale Traurcr Caper Hutr.-
Attorney General Jaiuea K. Edial'.
Supt. I'ublic ItutructUm Nowton lUteman
Beuatora Hlchard J. 0leby aud John A.
Hepreaentatlve Eighteenth Dlntrlct Itacc
MEMIIEHS OEN'KKAL ASSEM11LY.
Heprcteututhea lu the .VJth dUtrict.
John 11. Oberly, Win. A. ltunui and Math.
rvr J. Insoorc.
Senator for the &0th dlntrlct. .leme M'are.
Uepretentatlve for the Statc-at-Large S.
.ludfje D. J. linker, of Alexander.
State Attorney l'atrick 11. Tope.
Clcrk-H. S. Yocura.
Sheriff A. II. Irvln.
Wtu. Martin Aimeaior and Treasurer.
Judge V, Urosn.
Aanoeiateit J. E. McCrite and S. March!)
(ion. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John 11, (lofitman.
Mayor John M. Lanaden.
Treasurer It. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Uurnett.
Marahal Andrew Cain.
Attorney 1. 11. Pope.
1'ollce MajfUtratce i'. Hroas and II. Shan
Clilef of Police L. II. Myern.
Mayor John M. Lanaden.
Klrat AVard-P. Q. Schuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward 8. Staats Taylor.
CltT-at-Large AV. P. Ualllday and D.
BOARD Or ALDr.riME.V.
First AVard -James Hoarden, A. II. Saf
lord, laaao AValdcr.
Becond AVrd-K. II. Cunningham, E. Un
der, Q. BUncel, James Swayne.
Third AVard AVm. Stratton, J. H. 1'hllllit.
Fourth AVard Jno. II. Hoblnson, O. 11.
ease, J. II. Mctcalf.
H.'WARDNEK, M. D.
Ofllce and Rcnldcnce 111 Commercial ave
nue, (next door to tho Athcncum).
' DR. B. C. TABER,
AVlll resume the practice ol his profession
with especial reference to the electric
treatment ol diseases In all the new aud im
proved methods of application.
Id U casefr of female complaint a lady
wilt be in attendance.
Otto, 188 Commercial avenue, up sUlrs.
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
E8DENOE Nn, it Thirteenth sliest, b
Jtv (eea WaahinRton avsaueandWalont stit.
OiBce liitCommercUl avenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OKStKENOK-corner Ninth and Walnut sts,
IVOfllce oomer Hlalr street and Ohio lavs.
Oftlo hours front fl a.m. to 18 in., and t p.m
U. S. UitiaUAM, M, D
Homeopathic Physician and tiurgron. Of
iiJ3 130 Commercial uvenue,' itosldence on
doors west of 0. K.
THE WRECKING VESSELS AND
DIVERS AT THE WRECK
OP THE ATLANTIC.
ONE HUNDRED AND SIYTV
IJODIES ltECOVEUEl). I
TIIK HOMES TO HE DUUIKI) IN
THE HALIFAX PUBLIC
AND A MONUMENT TO HE
ERECTED OVER TIIKIlt
NARUV ESCAPE OF THE
AUENT.3 OF THE WHITE STAR
A uodiks rousi.
IlAMfAx, April 4. A iteamtr hat ar
rirud from the wreck of tho Atlantic.
The ship is almost intact, and only a few
packasss of - bsr cargo have come aihore.
Tho swell contiriaes so heavy that divers
cannot' work if tho weather continues.
ilot oflior cargo can be saved. One hun
dred and sixty four is the exact number of
bodies found up to this morning, 'riio
work of burying tbem has commenced,
and a gang of men vill be sent down this
evening to help tho fltbermon in that
work. The bodiei of the cabin pawen
gcrs recovered wcro brought to this cfly
to-day, and put in inetalic v,01ni to
await orders from thoir ' friends.
. XABttOW KSCAI'E.
Tho agents of tbs AVhlte Star lino go
ing to tho Atlantic from New York, had
a narrow escape last night. The train
they were on Collided with a freight train,
killing the tr.ginoer and baggogo-mattr
of tho pasongcr train.
Capt. William and assistants searched
the island r.round the wreck thoroughly
last night, and picked out from many bod
ies brought afthoru those who have born
WlgrapbP for by friends. The bodlot
reported recovered this morning ,liuv
beon dressed' and placed in metallic cof
flnsV --t the arrival ol friends and rel
atives to tak Umui. in charge. Another
trip will be made to-morrow. Tto steward
and mon acquainted with tho passengers
have, been led at Pro;pict to take chargo
of tho bodies as they are washed luhore.
It Is now proposed to bring all tto bodies
to this city and bury tbem together fn tho
public cemctary, and
Et.ECT A JI0XUMEXT
Over them. The city nouncil on applica
tion, resolved this afternoon to place a lot
In the couietary at tho dlpral of tho
friends of tho doad.
PROPOSED LEGAL PROCEED
INGS AGAINST THE GOULD
THE SEVENTH OAVALRY LEAVE
MEMPHIS VOV. DAKOTA.
hCIT AOAXX8T OOUI.D.
New York, April 1. Richard fc'cheel
and h number of AVall street brokers, pro
pose to institute legal proceedings, it Is
said, against the Gould clique, to rocovir
$00,000,000 damages, alleged to have been
sustained by the city and county of Mew
York by conspiracy, with which tho clique
Is chargod. An investigation will all, be
rnado In the violation of tho "treasury
laws, by officers of national banks and oth
ers. THE HEVESTH CAVALKV,
MeMruii, April 4. Two companies of
the 7th cavalry left for Dakota lust night,
on the City of Chester, Two moro left
this ovoning on tho Emma Elliott, Re
maining two will lcavo to-morrow on the
UNITED STATES SURVEYOR
MURDERED BY THE UHEY
NIXON, CONDEMNED CRIMINAL
IN A PITIFUL CONDITION.
AVahiiikotoh, April 4. Tho interior
department to-day was officially advised
by telegraph of tho
MURDXB or A SUnVXTOK
y party of 40 or CO Indians, calling
thomsolvos Cheyonnes, while In camp 20
miles east of Camp Supply. Ono roan
was vr ound'id and tho camp dostroyed on,
tho 10th of March. Four surveyers of
another party wcro murdered fifty miles
further north whore Clramerons river
crossos tho Kansas boundory. Robert
Martin a meisongor has boan missing
since March 7th. Surveyer Barrett who
sends tho dispatch iwks: "Will tho gov
New Yobk, April 4,-Nixon, who was
yoHerday sontencod to bo hanged, remains
in a most pitiful condition In his coll. Us
is only kept up by stimulants. His wife
was wltlfhlmthls alternoon.and tho neons In
t!it cell wm tho most palol'ul that oan be
imagined. Unless change takes plaoo it
believed he cannot llvo till the tlrao far
writ or HAiir.AS conrus.
Nkw York, April 4. Judge Woodruff
this morning granted a vilt of habeas cor
put, returnable Monday, In the case of
Uoo. AV. McDonnul, of Datik of Kni;land
notoriety, on tho ground that the oflnse
cbargod of conspiracy to defraud Is not
covered by extradition treaty,
1'UOl'ERTY SEIZED POR VIO-
LATION OF INTERNAL
REVENUE LAWS IN
LINA. A NEW JERSEY STATE SENATOR
ARRESTED FOR ''SELLING
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
AVAaniKOTOX, April 1. Supervisor
Perry of Raleigh, reports a largo quantity
Of tobacco, wbliky, and other property has
been seized for violation of revnuo laws,
TEN DAYS ItAII)
Through tho Third district of North Car.
ollna. AYsrrinM have been issued (or
tho arrest of tho guilty person.. The
revenuo oQlcert making tho raid were ac
companied by soldiers.
BTATK SE.VATOR ARttEkTEl).
Tbektox N. J., April 4. Thcro was
somo excitement caused hero to-day in
consequent of tho arreit of a state sonalor
immediately after tbo adjournment sine
dio. The officer walked up to Hon. C. E.
Uhcpard, senator from Cumberland, and
arretted him on a warrant icsucd on com
plaint of Joseph Shaffer, ono of tbo con'
tractors of the National railway, chare
ing tho sonator with corrup'tly Wcetvfng
'93.G09 In consideration of bis vote in tho
interest of said National railroad. It is
stated that Shepaf'J, received money, but
didn t vote as was exp-scted or agreed
upon, and it's said he intended to return
tho money. The affidavit charges him
with having taken money and keeping it.
Shopard gave bail (or his appearanco be
foru the court in May and answer charge.
AVasiijoto.x, April 4. In the su
prome ecurt of tho District of Columbia,
Judgcmont by default on the bill for $10,-
000 was given against ox-Senator Pom-
roy at suit of U?nry Clews A Co. of Niw
Lo.npus-, April 4. Geo. Bidwoll and
Edward Noye after an examlaation to
day on charges of complicity in the frauds
on the llank of England wero releaicd on
flllrg bonds for future appearance.
Wasiiixotox, April 4. Probabllitiss
Low barometer in Iowa will rnovo rap
idly eastward towards Lower Lakes and
extend especially toward Middle Atlantic
coast, whore special depression is appar
ently about to form during Saturday.
For lako region on Saturday JiorthcaU
and eaitorly winds with Increasing cloud!
dess, possibly light wind backing to north
west, with falling ternperaturo over Lake
Superior and Missouri valley. For the
Southwest southeasterly winds, veering to
southwest, with threatening woather,
lor Eastern (lulf and South Atlantic
states increasing southeasterly winds and
cloudy woather. For Middle states and
Southern New England northeast winds,
cloudy and threatening weather. Cau
tionary signals coutinuo at Dulutb, Mil
waukee, Chicago, Grand Haven, Detroit,
Toledo and Cloveland.
Nxw Yokk, April 4. London tele
grams reporting largo outflow of specio
from the Bank of England aud probable
ri'o In rate i. Tho discount had consider
able irfluonco hero, causing a rise in gold
and exchange money easier, but still tight.
Bulk of business 31-10- per diem, with
closing loans at 1-lC. Currency com
ing from tho West qulto rapidly. Ster
ling Qrmor and in bolter demand, 7'7
for sixty days and SS for sight. Gold
active and hlghor under purchases by
prominent bankors ranging from 17 to
18"cj closing 181, Clearings 68,000,000.
Ouo million and a quarter taken up by
tho government to-day and paid with
400,000 national bank notos and a little
over a million legal tenders. Customs re
ceipts 603,000. Guvernmenli strong, with
moderate demand. Million and a half ta
ken for export yestorday and to-day.
Coupon 6s of '81, 19J; 5-20s of 02. 161
do of '01, 16; do of '65, 17; new of '03
15; do of 'C7, 17; do of '68 ic ; new 6
13; 10-40 12. Currency Ot, 131.
Sr. Louis, April 4. Flour dull, un
changed, flat; Ho 2 spring $1 16t 19:
regular so't 1 30 I 31; No 3 red fall
$1 031 05; No 3 $1 85. Corn duller
fraction lower, No 2 mixed 85c, Oats
low No 2 mixod 2820o. Barley Arm
steady demand. ltyo No 2 6970c. Pork
unchanged, 1710o. Dry salt meats
quiot; clear sides seller April 8Jc; loose
shoulders Cc; packed bacon quiet, noth
ing doing in round lots dealers apart or
der lots; shoulder 71c; cloar rib 9lc;
clear side fijc; ham I4lOo. Lard quiet
choico steam fS.60. IHigh wine dull 87c.
Cattle good, requost steady, firm; fair to
choice fat ste'r 4Co; slockor alo.
Hogs firm $4 8& 40.
' Cuicaoo, AprlR Wheat drra, 91 14
01 14 cash; $1 V3 May. Corn steapy,
auKaulUia casn: jiic jubv. uuict, i
231 resular. 28(tA'201o May. Ryo urm, I
64o. llarlcy dull, oc. i'oru nrm,
$16 351G 40 cash; May dull, $10 bo
IS Co. Lard quotable at $8 30&3 Vj
coibj $8 408 75 May, Hulk moate ir
regular; hams In pickle I0jt3cj shoul
ders firm, C0c: loose OJUjc. Sugar
cured hnms 74c uaaonjuc; ciearujc.
MEMniif, Apil 4. CoRon dull; good
ordinary 10J; low midllng nfAUj re
celpts 10 30; shlnmonU 21 iil'i'-iftlock
40 Tib. I lour UUII noil uucunug-iu.
Corn meal scarce and firm at 45. Corn
dull and declining at CC6Sc. Oats at
10a41c. Hay dull nt 22ft2Sc. Hran
dull and lower at 15; bulk meats out of
the market. Lard prime kettle rendered
dull, at ijc; kettle dried firm at I'd In
tierce, keg to 1c higher; mess pork
scare; and firm at luc.
Nw 'ok, April 4. Flour dull,
heavy, snpoav wssttvn to 160 05; com
mon to good 98 907 60; good to choico
$7 G5S 25; whlto wheat X $8 6010 50;
extra St.Louii 25. Whiskey Urra 00
914c. Wheat spring very dull in biivers
favo'ti whito western $1 05ffi2 10; No 3
sprin-; $1 3301 63 J; No 2 Milwaukeo
afloat $1 65. Kye unchanged, llirley
quiet. Corn dull, lower, vory little do
mand; old 'western mixed in store 53 jc;
inferior to prime, now western mixed o;!J
r7.6tfa.C4Jc- Oats in cood demar.d. firmer;
'now mixed wnstern bi)(aj'2; white do 61
55; blacR bO5ijo. uonee tirm. uugar
quiet. Molasses quiet. Pork quiot and
ratbor ecv 17c. Ilcof quiet, firm; prirao
0115c; i 1213c, Cut meats quiot.
Shoulders 7c. Pickled hams 12l'Jic
Middles steady; long clear 9c; Cumber
land mljdlei 8q short rib 0 1-lCc. Lard
firmer; western steam $8 06; kettle
New Oiti.xANf, April 4. Flour dull;
XXX 25; choico $8 2510 50.
Corn quiet; mixed GuftOOc; yellow f7c;
white 575Sc. Oats 478c. Bran lower
82'93c. -Hay quiet $742C CO. Pork
Arm and quiet; stock small; $17 600
17 75. Dry salt meats Arm ,8lc9c
Bacon scarco and Arm 30g($tlc;
hams dull 14c. Lard quiot, refined tiorce;
8j0c, keg 9Jc9; Sugar dull; com
mon C,0Jr, prime nlOfc. Molaites dull
26GOc Coffee quiet 17J10Je. AVhls
key 88(u95o.- Sterling 25 J sight par.
Gold 16J. Cotton dull and easier; ordi
nary 13;q pond rdlnary lCjcj low mid
middling I l18Jc; middling Orleans
Klse and Fall ot the Rivera
For 24 hours endls"t p. m., April 4
DAVID AV. HAltSETT.
Oborvor Si'if. Ser. C. S. X.
Ci.vcixnxti, April 4. River falling
with 37 feet 4 inches in channel. De
parted: Andes, AVboeling; Juniata, Pitts
burg; Ravon with coal for fct. Louis; Sam
Parkor with coal paned down. Brilliant
and Hornet No 2. arrived with coal.
AVeather fair nnd quite warm.
.Prroiiuito, April 4. River falling
slowly with 11 feet and 11 Inches of water
in thn channel. Arrived: Nowstato,
AVheeling. The steamor Valley was sold
by McDonald to-day to A. O. Durand of
uvansviiie, lor "pii.ooo cash, buococs in
to the trade betwoon Evansville and Hon-
demon. Weather cloudy and very
New Orleans, April 4. Departed
James Howard and Mary E. Forsytbo,
St. iiouis; Jonn u .uauu, Aiempbis
AVeather clear and warm.
Louisville, April 4.- -Falling 14 feet
8 Inches canal; 12 feet 8 inches chute; less
than 7 feet under tho draw. AVeather
cloudy and warm with the mercury at 82
at 2 o clock p.m. Business is very active
to-day. Arrived: Charles Bodmann, Cin
cinnati; Reindeer and Sam Clark, Pitts
burg. Pxparted: Charles Bodmann, New
Orleans; Dick Fulton, Matcher; Sam Clark
Pittsburg; Reindeer, Evaniville.
Mehp-iim, April 4. River stcadly.
Arrived: J D Parker, Cincinnati; J AV
Garrett, New Orleans; Annie, Arkansas
river. Departed: Alico Brown, Ohio
river; City of Holona, Emma Elliott,
Mary Alice, St Louis; Samrock, Rod river;
City ol icksburg, A'lcusouagt reytonia
and bargos departed last ovenlng; R E
Leo departed this overling for Now Or
leans. AA'cather clear and warm.
Evansville, April 4. AVeather clear
warm: mercury 0u to74; windy; river fal
len 3 inches. Down: Mary Davaga and
barges, Richmond; Skilllnger, Charmrr,
Aady Baum and Mary Anient. Up:
Sherlock, Bollo Lee, Fayette, Llborty,
(.2ulckstop,-Char!s u Church, Joseph K
Rankin and John Kilgour. Buslnoss
L'ittle Rock, April 4. Cloar and
pleasant, lllver rising slowly with 6 feot
by gunge. Departed: Mary Boyd, Mem
phis; Emilia La Barge, bolow.
Nashville, April 4. Rivor falling
with 11 feet on Harpcth shoals. AVeather
fair and warm. Arrived: Eddyvillo, Up
per Cumberland; Ada Hoilman. Ohio
rivor. Doparted: Lawrenco, Cincinnati!.
St. Douu. April 4. Arrivod: Bt Joe
Mompbis; Julia, AMcksbure Kookuk.
Departed: Now Boston, Peoria; Bell
Memphis, Memphis; Bertram, Keokuk;
Cowon, Cairo, River falling slowly.
AVeather clear and warm. 'Mercury 83 at
noon, ruo Ijowu wnton sunk at snoop
ilsand vestorday will be a total lots. The
Salvor No 2 with a bar go will go to the
wrock to take what cargo can bo raved.
HEALTUFULNKSS OF LEM
ONH. When people feol the need of an acid.
if they would Ut vinegar alone and use
lemons or sour apples, they would feel
satisfied, and recofvo no injury, And a
suggestion may not com amiss to a good
plan wnen lemons are cneap in tbo market
A person should, in those times, purchaso.
several at once, and prepare them for use
in tho warm, woak day of spring and
summer, when adds, especially crllio and
malice, or acids of lomoo and ripo fruits,
traso grateful and useful. Pros your
band on the lemonj kail roll it back and
forth briskly on tbo tabic to make It
squeemiuoretosllyt then press the Juice
Into the bowl or tumbler nover into tin:
tiraui out mo iceus. as mov bito i unu
taste. Remove all tho pulp from tbo
poels nnd boll In water a pint for n
dozen pulps to extract tho acid. A few
minutes' boiling is enough ; then strain
thu water with tho juice of tho leiaons, put
it pound of whito sugar to a pint of julco ;
boil ten minutes, boitlo it, and your 1cm
onnde is ready. Put a tableipoonful or
two ot this lemon pyrup In a glass ol wa
ter, and vou have cooling healthful
' Wicked St. Paul Dispatch.
Brother. Hammond, tho revivalist, is
still meeting with great success. AVher
ever he sounds bis go pel trumpet, tho
evil ono incontinently tics a doublo bow
knot in bis forked tail, seizes his umbrella
and carpet-bag, and staru homo to Chi
cago. In Des Moins, Iowa, whnro tho
eminent revivalist it wrestling with the
wicked hit ministrations ar having a
wondorful effect on the commercial mor
ality of tho city. The nwly-convirted
saloon keeper read a chapter fn tho Blblo
evory morning Derore watering tne
whiikoy nnd arranging tho sevon-up
tablet; repentant railroad clorks have al
ready given several persons civil answers,
and the ratiegado grocers have reduced
thu amount of sand in their sugar nearly
one-half. Ono particular devout dealor
in crocerics is said to havo actualty let
slip two or three oporlunitlcs of palming
off on llttbi children his strongoit butter
and meanest mackerol.
SAVINDLE AND FORGERY
WHICH WAS ALMOST
From the Peoria Transcript, April 2.
A lew da ago, a man giviug nU Dumu
a i. Jiunneil, cme to thu city. He was
not khown to any ot our residents, but to
all appearances was an bonual man, und
founu no dlUculty in buying small lots of
grain, toveral v( whicu ho paid for and
sold immediately at a trifling advance. On
.uonauy lie went into tbo Suuond utlonal
bank and deposited ciuhtv dol
lars, staling that, ho had come to thu
city for the purposo of engaging in tho
general grain and commission buttness,
and that his ofllce was at 413 South
Washington street. Ho aUo expressed a
dctiro of opening an account with tuo
bunk and received a check-book. Yester
day he bought forty dollars worth of
spring wheat from Clark, Hanna & Co.
(not paying for it, however,) and sold tho
tame to Randall & Potter, of tbo Fayctto
mills, receiving their cl:k'itrpHiqent
So far all was regular. Now comes tbo
fraud. Taking tms check as a modol ho
filled up blank check on tho Second Na
tional bank for (l,B0O, forging thereto
the signature of Randall . it Pot
tor. This check ho presented
to Mr. Wilkinson, cashier of
tho Second National, yestorday afternoon,
for deposit. Mr. AV., received th chock
and entered it upon the presenter's book.
In a few minutes Hunncl presented a
check of his own for $2,600. Tho Cuthier
immediately suspected that all was not
right, and on closer examination of the
$2,800 check ho discovered il to bo a forg
ery. Turning to Uunnsl, ho aiked him
for his chock-book, saying be wished to
look at the last entry therein, nnd no
sooner hod ho obtained poncniun of
it than ho run his pun tbruuch
said entry, and returning both
the book and tho f'J.600 check to Hunnel.
statod that tho bitter was not good. Tho
forgor behaved very coolly, und stated
that ho would go Immediately to Randall
Si Potter and have Ui mutter looked into.
Ho then left tho bank nnd went down to
AVaihlncton street. Tho police were In
formed of tbo affair, nnd are on tho lookout
for tbo criminal, but havo us yet found no
cluo to his whereabouts.
Hunnel is described m n man five feet
ten inches in height, with a smoothly,
shaven faco and grey eyes. Ho bad on
wnen last seen a light nat and a
light coat and a pair of pants of Scotch
.goods. Tbero can be no doubt that he Is a
scoundrel of much ability and nervo, as
his wholo manner of procoduro Is charao
terized as cool and collected. Hud ho
waited a little longer beforo preicntlng
his own check, and made tbo satno for a
smaller amount, it seems probable that his
fraudulent schemo would havo been snc
The editor of the Texas 'Advance'
was challongod to flicht a due), and be
knocked the mun down and bit of)' his
A Cincinnati paper says that only ono
out of forty mon in tbatciiy would rufuso
to take a drink at a stranger's oxponso.
tho city nnd countv debts of Ken
tucky, contracted to build railroads und
other Improvements, approximalo $30
000,000. -Thore is now a movement amoug the
railroad engineers throughout tho country
to havo Sunday freight truffle on tbo rail
Hartford used less water last year
than tor auy of tho previous ton yeai.
They call It economy, and usually qualify
Il with something.
Pinchback is visiting bis nativo boath
in Cincinnati. It is refreshing to see that
thu brilliancy of tbt gentleman's earner
has not caused tho fat raj of bis childhood
to fade from his meu.ory.
The Rev. Dr. Newman is going round
tbo world. When such men as ltvv. Dr.
Newman starts round tho world, we al
ways regret that tho world isn't u great
doal farther around than it is.
' A Chicago man has a private armory
consisting of a musket carried by his
grandfather in the revolution, another
carried by his fatbor in tho war of 1813,
and a third carried by himself in tho re
bellion. The Pittsburg girl ha sent back those
two barges of coal which her father gave
her for a bridal present, and say sbo
guesses abe can make it hot enough for
her "hubby" without any outside holp.
The undauuted persevoranco of tho
mule has again been exemplified by four
of them, lato of Kentucky. They refused
to look out for the railroad locomotive en
gine, and were disposed of accordingly,
Mr. M. O. Organ, of Deluware
couuty, Ohio, I walking to New York
a a "restoration of health." Sho travels
In Bloomor costume, and calls on all the
editor in tho town .she pane through,
In roturn, tho editors all take pleasuro in
noticing her departuro from the place.
With an unusual discrimination,
which border on that of Dogberry, tho
rural authorities of Dayton, Ohio, marked,
hunted dcjirB, and arrested, as burglars, a
force of detuctlvjs sent thme from Chi
cp go to work up a case.
The trnvolor to tho regenerated Chic
ago who desires to tnko his casa in his inn,
will liavo bis choico of a.avo rooms at for
ty-four hotel". Tho consumption of dia
monds to furnish tho necessary brcat-pins
for tho regular complement of clerk will
bo correspondingly immense.
A Peoria man, whoso daughter in
sisted on going out evenings rathcrnftennr
than lio with his old fogy notions thought
advisable, put a gontlo rpi itc In bar tea,
and when slumber's chain had bound l.or,
shavod her head as smooth as a billiard
ball. Sbo will now tarry at homo until
her hair bo grown.
Philadelphia is vaglng war., against
her begitar, it having been discovered Unit
ono of tho most noted, whnio income from
fraud Is oftentimes twenty dollars a day,
lives In an nrislocratir quarter, loans
money at usury, and gets drunk rightly.
Another, a deformed woman, owns a row
of houios and is a largo donlur In real ci
tato. Homo Ach'crtisonients.
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100 9f llni thn h'hortf! Hulc
Eltjhtr If Ilea tb Hborlrl
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY' ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
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Elegant Drawing Room SIenplng Ch"
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ilcpnl t mrn; on brrnnl tn tranut ittrmntr lx
twc'n Columbui ami Cairo, nmt at ten prlm-lp
railroa I ticWvt of!lc llirouiilioiit thu .nulh,
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PROSPECTUS FOR 1873. SIXTH YEAR
Ail Illustrated Monthlv Journal, universally
ailmlttcil tn bo the Hiiudsomost Period
lc.il in the orl I. A ltpro4enti
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Notwithstanding tho lucroiuo In the price
of uhcrlition lust full, when thu Alillur as
mined Its present noble proportions aud rep
resentative character, the edition will more
than double tbo Past vcar: dcovIm that tho
American public ajijireclutu it sincera ef
fort In tho cau-e or Art. Thu pubUJier
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demonstrated, huvc exerted themMi-lvea to
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work ; nnd the plans fiir the coming year,
as tmloldud by tho mouth ly Imuus, will as
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view to tho blshuat nrtlslli- success, and
greatest general Interest; ay.iMlng such a
have become familiar, through photograph,
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111 aiUaiico for the vcar 1473. will receive.
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ol competition In in cry department, the
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