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OFFICB, STJLIjEITIIT BTTlXiODlCa-, COE, 12TH 3071123230? A. IT 33 "WQKHsTGOrOISr AVEITTTB
JOHN II. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
f HltlSTI AN CHURCH Eighteenth struct '
between a hliiton nuj Walnut.
Meeting every Sunday it loj a. m,, and
Sunday cliool at 3 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wcidtiepdsy c cnlng. I
.'reaching, Sabbath at h) a.m. and 71 p.m
I rayer meeting, Wednesday at "4 p. m.
labl.ath School, p.m. .!. M, Lansden, Su
perintendent. Uev. H. Tiiayxk, Pastor
METHODIST. Cor. Klifhth and Walnut St.
I reacblmr, Sabbath at 10 a.m., and 7 p. in
'raver meeting, Wedncpday,74 p.m.
auouauj scnooi, 4. p.m
L. W. htlllwrll.
UV. F. L. TlloMI-SON,
IlUllCH OK THE REDEEM EU-(Eplco.
.Morning prayers. Sabbat!
Evening prayer", 71 p.m.
Sabbath School, V a.m.
Alornlru. tiri.vi.m Gphhnth Ml rn
Hiv, E. Coan, Itoctor.
aT PATRICK'S CHCllCH-Nlntb. St. and
vv .'Uiugtoii Avenue.
I'ul, lie rr ice, Sabbath 6:1 J and 10 a.m.
epptrs, 7 ii.ra.
nabimtli School, 2 p.m.
Service every day. tj i.m.
Uev. I'. J. O'Halloka.-, Priest.
T. JOSEPH'S CiiTitCIL (German,; cor.
her ot Walnut slid Cro street.
Mars, every sabbath at 10 o'clock a. tit.
epers, a p. in.
M iipi during veek day, 8 n'clork a. m.
ItKV. C. IIOSFMAN, 1'rie.t.
(lEHMAN LUTIIEItAN UllUltCU 13 th
ptrcct between Washington Avenue and
U alniit reet.
l'rtuctliig Sunday morning at in o'clock.
sabb:b. school at 2 o'clock p.m.
Uev. ( . DUKiiseii.NKi:, 1'astor.
VOUNU MEN'S CIMISTIAN ASSoCIA-
1 lO.V llrgular meeting second .Monday
racs motitliat their room over Itockwell
JCU' bookstore, Commercial avenue. I
pekly l'raycr meeting, Friday, 7i p.m.. it
J.. W. Stillwell. President.
SECOND MISSIONARY HAITI.ST
( hLKOH. Corner sycamore ami 1-nrty
nrit etxeets. rreacmiig .iribbaui at
o'clock a. in. and 3 o'clock p. lu.
Sunday school 1 o'clock p. in.
Ilie cburcti 1 connected vvltli the IllluoU
A. nidation, by tbe First Mi-ttouary H.ip
11. t Church ol Cairo.
Its. v. Solomon Leonard, Pastor.
A Hilt AN METHODIST.-Fourtteiilh, be
ttfii Walnut and Cedar.
Services, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sa'ibalb. school, 1) p.m.
Clan meet at 3 p.m. .
rECOND Kit EE Will. HAP Tl T--FH-
it mill street., between Walnut and Cedar.
service Sabbath, 1J and 8 p. in.
Kkv. N. JtlCKn, Pator.
KHEE WILL llAl'TlST HOME MISMoN
sAHHATH slHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Subbvtb school, tt a.m.
KIllsT KKEE WILL HAPTlST CHURCH
- urry' ltarrack
services sabbatli 11 a.m., a p.m. A 71 p. m.
llKV. WM. Ks.LI.KY, Pastor.
K111S7 MISSIONAltY HAITI IsT CHIiHCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tcntli SI.
1'rticLlui; .Sabbatli, 10 J a.m. and " p.m.
J'ra)er meetlni:. cdnevlay e veiling.
l'reachln, Knday cvetihitf.
Habbath School, 1 p.m. John VauBaxter
aud Mary Stephen., supcrlutendent.
IlKV. T. J. SIIUUC?, l'lvivr.
"Et'OND HAl'TIST CHUKCH Kourteenth
street, between Codur and Walnut. The
only Haptl't church rcc0(,'nld by the A-
sen-Ice?, sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Hkv. Jacob Uhadlkv, Elder.
LA1HO COMMANDEKY, NO. 13.-SUtcd
Aemily at the Ar turn Mawnlc HaU, tlrst
and third Monday, in each montli.
OAlltU COUNCIL, No..-lleKUUr Oonvo-
cation at Mapoulo Hall, tho eecond Irriday
in each mouth.
'JA1HO CHAl'TEJl N0.71.-lteKU ar Con-
vocation at Maponlc Hall, on the third
1 ueiday ol every month,
I'AlltU LUDOE, No. 'til F. A A. M. Begtl-
lar Communication, at Masouic Hall, tlie
second and fourth Monday of each mouth.
ALEXANDEU LODOE, 33-MeeU in Odd-
Fellow ' Hall, in Arter" bulldlnjr, every
Thurpday evening at B o'clock.
Governor John L. Hcvcrldgc.
secretary ol state Ueor'e H. Harlow.
Auditor of btute-C. E. l.lpplucott.
sute Treapurer C'a-per Ki.
Attorney (icueral Juuicb . K. Ldall.
Senator Itichurd J. Uglesby and John A.
Ll?eprccntattve Eighteenth Dh.trict-I.acc
MEMUEItS OENEIIA.L ASSEMBLY.
Heprefcntatlvea In the N)th dlst-ict.
John 11. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math.
'"Senator foVthe 60th dl.trlct, Jc3-.e Ware.
Judce D. J. Uakcr, of Alexander.
StJte'n Attorncy-l'atrtck H. l'ope.
Clerk-H. S. Yocum.
fclicrttf-A. H. Irvln.
Wm. Martin AaauMor and Treasurer.
A,.Jclaw-J. E.McCrltoandS. Marchll-
'"clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coronor-John H. Ooman.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer it. A. Cunn ngham.
C'mnptrollcr-E. H. NIK
rolkriiagi-tratep-F. Broe. and .1. .1,
Bird. . . ,..,, -rPnllKH Wm.McIIale
lliauli Olllecr-W. Wooten.
Meml eri Police Force A. Cain -argent
v.. w ttcamp. Pbl lip Helm, Cha.. Mehnei
KirPt ward-Hlnim Blxby and J. M
l'necuml vvard-Horroan MeyerK and Wood
BlttcMliou'.e. MuEvven and F. Ivors-
mevcr. . ...I. i t
Fourth ward-c. r. -
MFmh ward-Jco. 11. lloblnson and Win.
TaUKKH X BIjAKK,
r a t t u A PT?P PAINTS.
YV AXJiJ x -a. - -
p.... BanBUiCi 0oMsi,
sad the olbratd illumlnsUM
BBOBS'VOILDIMn 00B ilTB T, OOM
QjtO' - ' lUt0
BE BLANC AND HIS ASSOCl
ATE DISCHARGED BY A
PN'iTKD STATUS COM
MISSlOJS'ER. COTTON AW A It 1)3 BY TJIK COURT
l llLANC DIBC1U1UIEI).
Nr.vv Orleans, May 28. Gen. Do
Blanc and Da Clout and others, from til.
Mor'.ln, wcro V- ! ndaj beloro tbe Unl
ted Statei comtnliiloner. Tbero being no
evldonco to smtnlri tbo charge KItit
tbein, tlmy wore diicharged.
VAer!lOTo.vl May 'JO The court of
clalrni rci d tpJ tho following judgmenU
for cotton ieir.ed by Ucn. Slier tnnn'i Jorcci
at the timo of tbo capture of Savannah,
and old by tbe I'nltcd Slate., In favor of
W'm. Baltonby and Executor Tboi. 3.
Metculf, Jsi,'v'l3, being tbo largcit single
Judgment ever rendered by tbe court of
clatmi. Battersby h an alien luMoct of
(J real Britnln, who hat re'iJeJ for thirty
yean In .Savannah.
Tho cotton claim of V. Y. Mllli,
another Brltiih ubjeel, wat ditrnliied on
tho ground that tho cotton for which be
iud wai purchaied bv blm outildo of tbo
Union Unci, and in violation of regula
tion then in force.
Judgment wai rendered for $100,611
In favor of Cbarlei Orcen of Savan
nab, al.o a subject of Great Britain
The main question in thii cnio wm
whether an alien domiciled during tbe
rebellion within iniurreoticnary itatei,
could b guilty of tbe crime of treaton
egalmt the United Statei. The court
clairni the deciilon of the United Statei
supreme court lait term, docidei tbli
lucption hUirmatlvoly ; but, Alto holdp
under the lamedeeiiion are alien, are thin
guilty of treaton by failing to oUerve
their ob!igttion of qualitlcxl allegianco
P'ovided by tho preudcnt'i amnuity proc
lamatinn of Ducembor J5, IjOS.
M MKT I NO OK TIIK AC.'HICI'L.
TL'IIK CONGJtKSS AT
DISCOVERY OF A NEW 1'I.AN
BT M PKOE. l'ATERSON.
STIUKE OF TIIK CAIU'EN.
TKBS IX .NEW YOKK.
JAMKS W. WALLAOK, TIIK ACT-
Imjiasapolis, May i!C Delegates to
tho national agriculture congreii which
convene, here Wtdneaday tbe 28th inn.,
have commenced arriving, and nearly all
tho (tale and territories will be represen
ted. Additional importance is claimed
for tbo meeting, by tbe rapid ipreadof tbo
farmers' movement, and it ia expected tbe
mbjectof transportation will bo tbo most
prominent in its deliberations.
Wasuinoto.v, May 26. Prof. C. P.
Patenou ducuvered this morning a new
planet of tho Uth magnitude, right as
cension, 101 doreul and U minutes south,
nd -I degrees and 18 minutes declina
tion, Motion due west.
New York, May aC The strike of
the journeymen carponters has not yt be
come gonoral, though a large number of
men have quit labor, and to-day announced
their intent on to stick to tbeir resolution.
The leaders of tno men assert that every
man working ien hours must conform to
the elght-hcur rule or leave the
city. A number of boss carpen
ters and builders present at the
Mechanics' and Traders' exchango
this p. m., stated trade stagnant. Nearly
Ufty por cent, of tbe carponters nre unem
ployed in consequence Of tbe efl'ort to en-
forco the elght-hour law. Tboio at work
are being paid forty cents ar. hour for ten
hours' work, which tho non-t-jn-bour la
borers regard as an Infringement of tbe
eight-hour law, nnd are endeavoring to In
duco others to strike.
Soom eonfldont that the bosses will have
to quickly concodotho eight-hour system
lo tho whole trade. Many employors on
1,10 cnnti,y say Ihe mon bavo taken an
i Inopportune moment for agression
COUnt of tho dullness of tho seaso
, on ac
can Mford to cloie shops for an ludeflnate
New York, May 26. Tho fumily of
't,Jorick "uctoy of Jersey City, consist
, mg ot wire nd two children, wr
poisoned from eating partially cooked
ham. iub wite aieaounday, and Buckoy
' Is not oxpected to live. The coroner will
render a verdict to-morrow,
The famous stallion, owned by Col, Nor
man J. coieman, publisher of tbt Kursvl
Wotld, died on Sunday. Tht animal
was closely related to tb finest stock of
J in country and was valued at f 10,000,
Balti more, May 28 In tbo Prosby.
tjrUn Msembly to-day the report of com.
mlttee recommondlng the adoption of a
book of praise was adopted.
Sr. Locii, May 20. Tho congressional
oxcurslonlsts arrived hero early this
morning, and nearly all of thorn have al
ready gono tbolr homes.
Bobtos May 20. Tho Labor Ileforrn
Leigilo met In annual session to-day and
positioned action on sorno resolutions In
New York, May 20 Judge Faiicbcr
to-day formally dismissed the writ of ha
beas corpus in the case of Train. The In
vestigation commences Wednesday.
Tho funeral of James W. Wallack, tho
ileceaicd actor, take pTaco tc-morrovv.
J.KSIGNATION OF THIERS AND
ELECTION OF MAC
LIVELY SCENE IN
MESSAGE OF THE
EXTENSIVE KMLUOAD PKO
THE LAHT Or TI1IER,
Paris, May 24. Proceedings In the at-
seubly this morning wore of tho most ei-
ting character. The debate on inter
polation, introduced by member of the
liight Center, was continued at great
length. President Thiers addressed the
assembly In a lengthy speech, occupying
over two I. ours. Ha favored the proposi
tion for the establishment of a conserva
tive republic or dictatorship, and took oc
cation to defend tbe policy of the cabinet,
which had been called In question. In re
lation to tbe late ministerial changes, he
poke with much wnrinlh and eloquence,
nd was followed bv several others.
Without taking a vote on interpolation,
motion for an adjournment until after
noon was carried. It is thought if a dic
tatorship is offered to Thiers ho may pos-
ibly be tempted to accept it.
A vntA will, in !1 pfsi.-v.;i;r, v.
d this aflurnoou, nnd It is statod that
'resident Tbiqrs has intimated his intnn-
on of Immediately resigning should tho
result bo adverse to the government.
Tbe excitement in the city, in all circle',
Paris, May 2Ir-EvenIng. President
Thiers offered his resignation to-day, and
was accepted by a volo of 333 to 339.
Marshal Mae Mahon was then olected, re
ceiving 390 votes.
l'ARts, May 20. President MncMahon
ent hie message to the assembly to-day.
It wj6 received by the Duke DeBoglie.
The president says: I am animated by
respect for your .wishes, and will always
scrupoulouly execute them. Thu national
?terably had two great tasks, tbo Ilber-
tion of territory and tlio restoration of
order. Tbo first was ably conducted by
... . i .
my projocessor, wun ueroiu
patience by the country, and. 1 roly on
you to accomplish the othor. I shall fol
low tbe foroign policy of my predecessor.
wish lor peace and reorganization of
the army, deserving only to restore our
trength and regain for France hor rank
mong nations. The homo policy will bo
bpolutoly conservative, and -ibu adminis
tration must be imbued with a conserva
TUB OBLEANH l-IUNCES.
Paris May 20. -Tho Orleans princes
were present in tbo assombly when the
question was taken on the acceptation of
Presidents Theirs" resignation, and voted
Has informod the members of tho left
center that ho will resume his seat in tho
assembly to-morrow, and will take his
place on tbeir benches, accompsniod by
the lato ministers Dufuare, Peuluro
and Leon. Tbe whole left has decided
upon a policy of constitutional opposition
to the new Government.
Havana, May 20. Captain General
Pelltaln has ordorod that O' Kelly, now
confined in a fort at Santiago de Cuba, lo
brought to Havana.
A Mill 1-llOJECT. 4
London, May 20.The DMy News
this morning publisbos tho correspon
dence between M. DeLesBeps and Gen.
Ignatlef, Kussian ambassador at Constan
tinople, regarding tho building of a rail-
road across contralto connoct tho Kus
sian and India railway with them.
Of Mormons was hold hero Sunday, at
which Goo. Smith was present.
THE T1C1II10RNE CLAMANT
Will soon appeal to the public again to
raise monoy for his dsfonso.
Cincinnati, May 20. A Lexington,
Kentucky, dispatch says that yesterday
on an eicurslon train botwnon that city
and Winchester, Jack Bradsford shot
John Vesrson, cut bis head nearly off,
nd threw his dead body from tho train'
Both welOCOIOreu. uac iirnunoru was
. u..ntfltrllnir. and fcrm...hH
rrsieaa - ---
to WlncbMt" for trial.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY. MAY 27, 1373.
Cihcaoo, May 2G.-A Dre at Onanga,
Illinois, yestorday, destroyed tbe Onanga
Flouring mills with all adjoining ware
houses, cribs, otc. Lois between f 10,000
and 512,000. No insurance.
WAstttNOToX, May 20. Probabilitiet.
For lakos and thenco to Ohio valby
n ittheHStorly and southeasterly wlndr,
veering to southwesterly and northwest
erly, warm, cloudy weather and rain.
For the Northwest and Lower Missouri
valley northerly to northwesterly wlnd,
falling temperature higher pressure,
clearing weather and occasional rain.
Fur the Gulf and South Atlantis states
southwesterly to southerly, partly cloudy
nnd clearing weather and ouctslonal rain.
For Middlo states southeasterly winds,
falling barometer, partly cloudy weather
and rain in Virginia, West Virginia and
Pennsylvania. For Canada and New En
gland states southeasterly and northeast
erly winds, partly elcudy weather and oc
St. Lous, May 20 Flour unchanged.
Wheat dullj No2 spring $1 2201 24; j
l r.d tall j 1 0Ua)l 70; No 3 fl 11 40.
Corn dull; No 2 mixed 37(.180 elevator.
Ont duil; No 2 mixed 33tt:!3'c. lkrley
dul!. Bye firm, USi'Oa l'oik nominal;
rtock fair iu llr.t hands and held out ol
n.nrket. Dry salt meal nominul; no sales.
Buvoii firm and higher; shoulders 7Jc;
clear rib 9oj clear sides 0c, and c high
er on order; bams 14ISc. Lard quiut;
prime steam winter ejoj country manu
facture 7Jc. Whisky steady at 9oc Cat
tle quiet; low grades weak; medium to
choice $ I 9V, nock cattlo are sell
ing at 3g s7. Hogs are llrmer; range
J4 30(4 J0.
Jiucaoo, May 2C Flour dull and
drooping. Wheat quiet and lower,
No. 1 .pring nominal; No. 2 $128 cah
S12GJ, tild Juno, No. 3 $ I IS. Corn steady,
No mixed, J38J, cash 3P(S,f3'.l', bid Juno
Oats fair demand, advmicoJ, Nu. 2 $31$
3.', cash $02', June. Kyo dull and nomi
nal, No 2$ US. Barlev dui and nominal,
No. 2 fall 10(2)75. Whiskey
steady at 31c. Pork active; $10 'JA on tho
spot, and $10 35 Juno dollvcry. Lard in
fair demand and higher, esrS8(c on tho
spot or Juno delivery. Bulk meats In
fair demand and price advanced; shoul
ders GJG'c; loose short rib sides 8c.
Loose bacnn steady and the supply light;
shoulders 7c; clear rib sides flc, clear
side t'Jc; sugar-curod hams 13014'c, all
New York, Mav 20. Flour dull and
Cjood SO 70(2)7 25, good to choice 17 3W7?,
8 -10, and wnite wheat extra SS 5O0U iu.
Wblsky dull and lower; '.'5'Ji'c- Wheat
heavy and lower; mixed spring SI 16
No. 3 Chicago 1 CZ(a 63, No. 2 Chlca
Co SI IVm 50, No. 2 north westorn f 1 62.
ityo dull. Barlay unchanged. Corn
Urin with moderate demand; saft now
mixed western 02Q3c, good to primo
03Jfi0lc; yellow western is selling at
04j(rrG5c. Opts steady; now mixed
western 3132c; novv white 57(3fl"lc;
blark t93"Oc Coll'eo quiut and Qrm;
no 17fiU. Sutter irregular. Mola'ses
rlrrn. Pork unsettled; mes lCc. Boef
slendy; middles quiet. Lard firmer;
stenm 5fi,yj; kettle P'c.
New )hi.eans. May 20 Flour dull,
treble $Tla ; family $S10, Corn
dull, mixed otic; whlto lie. Oits dull
45gl0c Bran dull, 75c. Hy dull, prime,
held S2. Pork firmer, mess held at $17);
drr salt meats quiet, nominal. Bacon
firmer, 7(n,9'(n,!)Jo. Uam $11. Lard
firm, tleros Oftfjojt", keg $infM0. Suear
dull, fair to fully fair, 8(3)0. Molasses
nothing dolne. Whiskey firmer, at
95c, Coffeo 17 '20c.
Memphis, May 20, Potton firm; or
dinary 15c; middies 17c. Flour dull.
Corn meal dull, $2 C52 70 Corn in
good demand, f8c. 0t dull, 17c. Hay,
sales worn 900 bhls tlmnthv and red top
$23 50. Bran dull, $7 507 02Jc. Ba
con dull, "i7c; sides O'fljc. Lard
and pork dull.
Sr. Lot is, May 20. Klver has risen
over a foot since Saturday. All of tbo
uppor rivers aro rising. Arrived: Min
neapolis. St Paul; Adam Jacobs Grand
Tower; Julia, Vicksburg;St Johns,Grand
Tower, Beaver and tow, Illinois river
S O Baker, Q lincy; l'usa Grafton and
Alps and barges Vlcksburg. Departed.
City of Cheater, Memphis; Andy Johnson,
Keokuk; Hovurd, Luuiilma; Alex Mit
chell, St Paul; Illinois, Grafton, Fannin
Keener, Naples, W H. Brown and barges,
Evansville. Mav 20, Heavy rains
last niirht and to-day, with fenrful thun
der. Biver risen IS Inches Mercury "0
to SO. Port List Down: Bowling Green,
Messenger, Arlington, Kutit. Mitchell,
Chas B Church, Mary Anient, Arkansas
Belle. Up: It. B. Luc, quickstep, G.
Robert, B. Oracy, Uoso Hlte; generally
good trip. Business fair.
LouibViLLK, May 20. Biver stationary
throe feet in tho canal, soven In the chan
nel, throe feet in the chute. Weather,
warm, alternato rain ana shine, out utile
business. Arrived- Cliarmor, Kvanivllle; I
Kanawha, Pmnoroy. Departed : Charmer, '
Cincinnati; Kanawha, Cairo; Falls i'ilot
and barges, Memphis; Molliu llogan,
Cincinnati, May 26 Biver falling.
Arrived: LaBolle, Pittsburg; Bermuda,
Nashvlllo; Phil Sheridan. St. Louis. Tbo
Condor arrived empty; Etna, miscella
neous tow. Kaln and wind this evening,
trTTniinc. Mav 26. Hlvor falling.
Woathnr been warm and sultry during
daylight. Kaln Ml this afternoon. Ar
rived: Diamond, Memphis; Carno Brooks,
Janesvllln. ... . ,
NAsnvii.!.K,May2C,-ltlvoron a stand
9foetofwater on tbo shoals. Arrived
fill mail nr.. Cairo: Silver Thorn, Kvans
vllloand Harpoth (boals; EddyvIIK up
I por Cumberland. Departed : bilve
nu T.umsden. Cairo,
MEttriiia, May 2G-Weatbor cloudy
and ehowry. Mercury oighty-dve.
Rivor falling steady. Arrlvodi Storm
No 3 Ohio river, CltT Auuusta, hit
river. Dopartod: BRn Momphis, Ht
Louis; niehmnnd, New Orleans.
....... xuv 2ft Arrived:
1 Groat Republic, St. LouUi Jno B Md
mpnia. no aopariur: "
i nnon. Clear and wrro im i
W H I T E U O L LA U 1L A 2 1 NO M IL L
H. WAI,TEIJ, I'roprletor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATII, SUINGLE'oEDAU POdTS
DOORS, SAS11, BLINDS
Furnished on Phnrtpsl nulop.
Commercial avenuo, between tenth and
B. F. B It Y A IS' T ,
Near TvvcHy-Mxth Street,
Ohio Levee, . CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds of Lumber. OA-. PnnUr rv-
pre. Walnut, etc., delivered In any part
of the city free of charge.
ETPatronsiro solicited, ami .iiMneilnn
ARNOLD & MTERS
Co in mission Merchants
Olllce (for the preelit) at Ike Walde's
Arc prepared to nil all kinds of property
at auction or on eomsilpi-lun. W3 :im.
Z. I. UATUUpA..
MATHUSS it UUL,
COM.MI S8IO'MeR CHANTS
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
JOHN B. P11LL1S & SON,
(Ouvvcppur to Jonn u. t-ninii,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Con. TEN1H-ST. am. OHIO LIVE
A!Hn. t T.
FOB, SALE, ) rBvU r FOB SALE
' I For Hale I
POIl SALE. J FSrH!UFOB HALE
Faro from LivKitrooL,
Faro from Londcnijkrrt
Faro from Glahdow,
Fare from Qukknstowv
TO OAIBO, ;:::::: $4 8 20
VjlTord. .Mortii & Candce Agcnli,
Liverpool .Npw.ToiIi slid rhllailslpbis
cpois coNTaier cnitsd staiss abd saiTisk
fax Crrjinj! tbp Msila
FOB. PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcarnsa mroaiiiTioi
APl'LY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aqt
15 llrci-Jwij, Nsw-Tork, or to
II. II o up t,
WMrvlon Apppiip Csiro, Illinois,
A FEW APPLICATIONS MAKE A
Pure Blooming Complexion.
It Is Vartlj Vegetable, and Ha niirrsllon Is sen
Ann irii si euro, ii uors awsy wmi mn i-niauru .
Appeal turs rsueed by Uest. IsllKUe, snd Kiclte. I
snsai. iiesis sua removes siitiuHcmssu t'uupics,
I'liptlllug dttk aud uuslglitljr spots. Drives away
Tsii, FrtckUs, andHuuburu, sud by lu genllo tml
powerful Influence uianUea lbs faded cheek with
YOUTHI-tJL BLOOM AND BEAUTY.
Bold by all PrngRlsts and Fancy 6 torts. Depot,
WE CAN OFFER
To a man whoso acquire incuts aro unexcep
tionable, and whose tlmo can bo vvlioiiy
criven to a nlcasant and remunerative em
ployment, an excellent chance, and I wo
Hereby solicit correspondence h
only of good social Handing Address
HL.K Kal.l.r.H bks:iuh.
Lake'ldo lluildltig, ChlcKO, UK
NOTICE TO CONTKACIOIIS.
Anna. III.. Jlav li. iht.i.
Sealed nrnnoa.il. will lm r.weiveii imi
o clock p. m.. on the 17lli day or July noxt,
lor tho erection and eoiupW-tlon (above tho
b.i-ment Ptory) of tlio center liulltllnnol the
Southern Illinol lnann a.vlum, located at
Anna, Union county, Illlm-I. Scpcratc bid
Will be received lor the brli k-vvork. ami Dm
price per lWlUld In the wall .fated. A bond
of two thoupanU dollars intut accompany
each hi , conditioned that If the contract is
awarded, the bidder will promptly enter In
to contract Tor the work so let. 'Iho con
tractor will he required to give bond in dou
ble the amount ol contract price, to be a
proved by the governor for a lal.hful com
pliance ol the term of tbe contract. Plan.
and specltit-atlonn will he on exhibition at
the olllce ol the cninml..onere In Muu. on
and after the llrs-t d.iy of July next, whrro
blank propiil. can be bad. The commie
Noners reserve the, right to reject any ami
a-lblds. it it STtnuiKHn. i
1IIKAM WA1.KKI1, VComi
S-15 lot. jF.aaK HlHllop, )
FOR COPYING THE LAWS AND
JOURNALS OF THE 28TH
On or before tho 2Sth day or .May, 1873,
nd Until 1? o'clock 111. ot said dav. yealed
Iiropop.tlp will be received bv the i tinml-.
doner ol nublio nrlntirur lor eonvlmr the
lap, Journal, and Joint resolution ol' the
Tweiity-tliditli general a-vtnoly or the
ta'o or Illinol-. and lor nimh ailillifnnal
copying as may be ordered by .aid geueral
Such tiroioal minli ho In trinllcate. one
copy to be deposited with tho pecretary of
sian.-, uuu nun uiu auuuor oi punuc ac-
"u one wun mo Male treasurer.
ami .iccmnpanlcil liy a tioml, lor the faith til
performance or the contract. In the nemt
Mim or S.lpJil, elglied by two sureties. Said
bond inu-t lie e.itl-Cjct'iry to paid cnmnil
slonera, and be approved by the governor,
and tiled lu his olllcu until thd award is
Each nronoal lillKt bo accnmnanled bv at
least ten lino ot the haml-wrlimgot the per-
-on maKing tutt proposal legal cap paper
uiheu a uiu mea-iuro.
I ho governor and tho commWeloners ol
public printing repcrve to them-elve the
rlislit to reject any and all bid. Tho propoal
will be opened at three o'o oefc p in., Wed
nesday, May 2S, 1S73, In the olllce ol the
governor, and the contract then and there
awarded utiles all bid are rejected.
Geo. II. Il.ini.ow, sec'y ol State.
C. E. l.iri'l.vcoTr, Auditor P. A.
E. ItUTZ, SUte Trea.urer.
0-11 diw. Coiiiiut-loncrs Public Printing
ISEVELt KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS
FOK TIIK 1-KllMANE.VT CURE OF
CHILLS AND FEVER, DUMB AGUE
OR ANY hOlt.H OF 1M tHJUl
TK.W t- t-'.VEIU
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
There are no dlpeaseitpo debilitating in their
etloctr-upon tlieciiiislliuiion as tlie above,
and none more ditllcult to cure hv the u-ual
mode or practice. The Fever and Aguo lovv
der. will effect a cure in case ol the longe-t
M.UHMIU a wen a prove u pri'veiiiaiiv in
uiu loriiuux stage oi me m-eapcti. iieliij
jMirt-h- vegetable, they act with certainty oi
the dWupe. totally eradicating it from tin
py-tem, unit prevent u return at any futur
uiu loriiuux stat-e oi me ui-eapt-ti. lielin;
Wliv vvato vonr monev snii imniiti i.,
Ing everv uieillclno you hear or, nlien
Tliomppon'p Fever and Aguo powder have
never l.iiled to cure the Chills in any i-uo.
UEAbUiNS WHY TI1KY UNLV SllUUI.1)
Their reputation isestabll.licd. Thousand
nrteplliiiiinial h iv been received, shoulnir
iuaiiiieu povvuer nave perioruieu miracle.
Ill cm lug ea-e of long standing, many or
them coiildere.l hnpele.
There i no risk In taking them. They
roii'ain iiothini; injurioii, and, tlicrefore,
nonu ol the lingering dioa-e -o olten thu
ri-ult ol the in any uo-trum ot the day.
Physicians recommend them a nijerlor to
quinine or any other known remedy, lor
tliey'leavu the system In a healthy Plato, and
tlio p.tiieut beyond thu probafilllty ot a re
lapse. IIEWAHE OF COCNl'EltFr.rrs. Tho
genuititi urn put up In square tin bnxes.witli
THOMPSON'S FKVEIl AXI) AGUE l'OW-
1KI(S plumped on the lid, ami the slgnaturo
ot'TM()Mi-9iN rhAWFOltli on the w tapper.
None otla-ra cult possibly he genuine.
It H E U M A T I O
TllKOhKAT EXTEUNAL HEVtEDV FOR
GIA, SPRAINS, ETC.,
GOOD FOR JT.I.V OR At'AS'l
Tills liniment has earned for Itself a repu
tation unequalled In the history ot external
application. X3T Thoii-aud. who now puf
fer Iron) rliiiuiiuii-iii. ueiirulirla, vie , ivoiiM
limt liuiueuiato rciici nuui an p..iu uj u.iuk
this certain remedy. It I equally ellectual
lu cut-, burn, scalds, stlffnes of tlio neck ,
sore throat, sVcllln."i, lullaiiutlon, frott
bites, pains lu tli side, or back, bites of spl
derit or sllnu' ol luect.
One rubbing will, lu all case, elvo Inline
dlalo rcti-if. and a lew applications a com
On account ol III powerful penetrating
propertlts It I beyond doubt the surest rem
edy Tor the iiitil trolilesome disease to
vvhicli noi-sea and rattle aro liable. It cures
scratehos, old and fresh cut or sores, chalea
produml by the collars or saddles, lujiirles
caused by nails or splint entering the llesh
or hool., bruises, sprains, swei noy, spavin
thrush, and all ulsea-es which destroy tho
1 hoot or bone ol the Icet.
' EiTFull diii'ctlous accompany each hot-
1 tie. Thu above are prepaied only by
141 Markut Street, Philadelphia,
And sold by storekeepers generally through
out the country, 1-2U Its' e-w.
SPRINGFIELD AND IL.LINOIS
SOUTHEASTEHN K B.
On and aftor Monday, April 21tb, 1872
trains will run as touowss
vasiss ooisa sorTBSssr,
Ivti Vlrtlnis :o a. m
Bprlnxneld H ",
.' Tiylorrlll 1 "
ArrltP st I-sna.- ll.
Tasiss ooisa ostast.
Leavs i'ana '' a- ro
Arrive at Springfield"-' "
Leave Hprinifleld "-"t '
ArrllKsl VIrKinIS S.O i-
,. 3-.0U "
,.. 8 '
.. a.'T "
TSAISS OOIHS StVTIIAST,
Leave Wa-ood J-:m n-0 'f
n Flora-.-. , I. W
Arrlts at Bbawasst'u .U " 1.1
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
WILLIAM .1. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT ,LAW
OIUcc over First National bank. 3-I-3m
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office ovor First National bank.
John II. Mulkcy. Wlllam O. Mulkoy.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllce. rear room nvr Ihntinn'.
Nn. 121 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
Between Seventh and Eighth streets..
6-1 1 tr.
GREEN & GILBER.T,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William It. Oren, -
VViUism U Oilbsrt,
MUs F.OIl.srt, J
"9poia. attsntion glvea U AdmiraUf anal
1FH0I OHIO LKVEa, EOOMH 7 AMD 8 OTIS
CITT NATIONAL DAWK.
JAMES II. SMITH,
ATTO-Ea-TST-El-v- at? L
Will buy and sell all kinds of real estate.
pay taxes, rent houses, make collections and
MONEY TO LOAN.
?20,00Q In sums of r00 tt) M.OoO on lm
proved real estate security lu Cairo.
Store, ni.milui-tiirin- e.liMl.limmif
divclllnt,'.and lurnlture. Hulls and cargoes
in-ured at reasonable rates 111 tlrst-class coiu
paule. OrrtcE: No. 80 Onto Levie.
BOAT STOKES J-
O RO OEBlS.
Ont Lvn Oaifo, Iu.
11. A. Thoill L. D. Tlmm.
TUOMS & BROTHER,
Succeosr. to II. M. Hulco,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. DROKERS
AND DBALtRS IS
Ntaplaand raasr liraesrlss,
Foroign and Domestic
131 Commercial Avenue,
OAIBO. - - ILLINOIS.
(Successor to II. Thlclecue.)
Ueal.r lu All Ulnds
BETWEEN TENTH AND ELEVENTH
Having purchased the grocery cstahllsa
uieiit ol 11, Thlelecke, I shall always keep
on hand a full ami fresh supply ot all the
best iroods In mv line, to be found In the
market, lly strict attention to business,
and lair dealing, I hope not only to retain
all the custom the place has enjoyed in the
past, inu to huh to me urn maiiv new pa
trons. Asking u fair share of public patron-
ll-spectfully, Herman Sciimetzitorkf
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prsparsd to sun' ;'i';rnr with tU
r " aasllty of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOL
OO A T i.
OHDEHS lea at Halllday Hros. offlce, 1
onto lkvkr, or at tho Coal ard below tho
St. Charloa Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tlon. The T'.o ''Mo.ntauk" will brtnj! coa
a-vmrslde lo teamem at .my hour,
Happy relief for young mon from the ef
rocta of error and abuea in early llie,
Manhood restorod. ltupedltnenU to mar
riage removed. Now methods of treatioonr.
New and remarkable remedies. Hooi aou
clrciliara aent (tee, In sealed enve'0Pe,,
Address, Howard Asoclatlou, No. South
Ninth street, Philadelphia. a" '"tl'iS;
tlon havlm a high reputation lor twuoraolt
conduct and proletaloual skill.
8-20 d&W Dm.