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TJIK CAIKO DAILY
BULLETIN, Fill DAY, OCTOBER 17, IB73.
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
OOMNIS 32d-btrt and OHIO inn
J. P. OAHHI.K
Uflclal Paper ol the City anil County.
ullN 11. OUKltLY. Kdttor and Publisher
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Una weak, by carrier 9 M
Oae year by carrier, In advance 10 00
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One month, by mall 1 00
Three months 3 00
glx months M
One year 10 00
TOE DOLLAH WKKKLY MJLLETIN
John 11. Oberly haa (educed the subscrip
tion price of the WuKLt Cairo Hui lktin
to One Dollar per annum, making it Mi
eueapett paper published In Southern Ullnoi
jKeailtnt; taallrr on every png-ti.
Mator Joii.nso.v, of .MompbltUwas ta
ken lick vrlth yellow fevnr on Tuosday.
The prceldont has appointed the twenty-seventh
of November as thanksgiving
Sksator Tiiurmax of Indiana Is re
ported in vory bad health and much do
pressed in consequence
Tus city of Springfield is having u
warm time in consequence of tho stand ta
ken bv iho board of education in open
ing- tho nubile schools to colored children.
Many white pupils havo left tho schools
ana it is anticipated mat many moru win
do so. Tho establishment and maintain
ance of separate schools for colored chil
dren Is the oasy and proper and lawiui
road out of all such difficulties. No white
citizen has any right to object to it, and so
far as we have observed, tho pnronts of
colored childron very sensibly proler It.
THE QUE AT WATER KOUTE.
Tuk necessity for cheap and additional
means of transportation from tho West
and Northweit to the seaport Is a necessity
which grows more urgent ovory day.
Out of it has grown tho rise of tho pro
ducing classes against tho railroad monop
olies, more intonded to froo thoso classes
from tho burdens weighing thorn down,
and which in some respoots has already
lightened the weight and shown tho way
for further deliverance Hut while tho
anti.monopolists of the West aro bending
all tbeir efforts in one direction, that of
compelling the railroads to temper their
demands to the means of tho producers,
they are neglocting an lnstrumont of
...on, "incu'u-uuilzdu and brought into
competition with rnllwtiys will compel
We moan tho Mississippi river, tho great
outlot to tho sea. Tho pooplo aro crying for
transportation facilities and new railway
projects are devised to satisfy
their demands. Only last week,
a convention was held in
Chicago to take Into consideration tho
ways and means to build tho Chicago and
South Atlantic railroad, a llnu to run
from Chicago to one or moro of tho South
Atlantic ports. Tint part of tho road to ox
tend through the state of Indiana to
tho Ohio river is expoctod to cost throe
millions of dollars, whilu Chicago is ex
pected to look after her own intorcsts at
her end of the line and the south, If It
wants tbo road,will bo looked to completu
it. Wo may form from this statement
tame small idea of tbn vast amount of
money necessary to tho construction of a
railroad by which tho farmors ot tho north
west and the planters of tho South may
move their crops to tho sea-board an
amount of money, which after it Is built,
tho road will bn compelled partly, it not
wholly to pay to from tliu high rates charg
ed to the very classes for whoso bone lit it is
ostonsively built. Though events have
demonstrated to tho agricultural classes
of the Mississippi valluy that tbuir best
escape from the grinding lingers of pres
ent and futuro railways lies in tho use of
the Mississippi river, Its natural outlot
to the sea, a few figures will .orvo to make
this still moro palpable. In a lalonuuiborof
the 'Atlantic Monthly' a writer made some
estliaate upon tbo cost of transportation
by rail, canal, river, lake and ocean, upon
tho basis of 25000,00". tons of Aniorican
produce. That boarlng upon the iclativo !
cost, of rail and river transportation is
what particularly interests us and reduc
ing the figures so as to urilvu at the cost of
transporting one ton the distance of one
mile, we find that by rail it is tbreo cents,
and by river thret-ttntlit of u cent, show
ing a difference of two and seven-tenths
cents in favor of tbo latter mode. ''These
calculations," says a writer in the New Or
Means 'Times,' "aro based on freight rates
' in 1872, and thoy were supposed to repre
1 sent an equitable average for tho whole
United Slates. In demonstration that
1 they are, so far as all rail transportation
is concerned, far below tbu actual cost,
' wo submit the following : Wo have now
'lying before us a Milwaukee, (Wis.,)
1 price current, dated October 4, 1873,
which gives the charges on fourth-clats
freight from that city to Now York at 05
' cenU per 100 pounds, Hour and bulk
1 grain being rated the same. From Ml).
I waukee to Chicago is 85 miles, and from
'Chicago to Now York 001, making a to
'tal of 1046 miles. A ton of Hour at the
'raUstaUd would cost Just $11, or $1 lo
par barrel to New York. At those rales,
'tbe cost per ton permilo Is 10 eontil
At tblt rate the assumed 25,000,000 tons
' ot American produce would cost to move
It OManllo $2,026,000.
ftWHb tbeta facta before us, It is use
'! to proceed further. If '.hoy do not
ities) taeatlsfy the people of the Went
'that their truo Intercuts require thorn to
bend all their energies toward develop
Ingtlin rlvor routo for tlio transporta
'lion of tliolr surplus products lo tho sea
board, llion t li oy would not lio convinced,
'though ono should riiofroni tho dead."
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
FROM SEW YORK
Nkv Yobk, October 1C Tbo first con
grosi of tho association to promote tho
moral, intellectual and physical woll-be
Ing of women was bogun yesterday a1
Lenguo hall, and was n timorously attended.
Letters woro rond from Kmlly Faltbfu
and othors, last evening. Mrs. Mary 01
Ivenioro was chosen president, and among
tho secretaries wcro Mrs. M. Loomls, Thos,
Plumor, P. M. Sherwood, Kov. Elva T,
Wllkci, Colorado; Mr. E. S. Tupper,
Iowa; Mrs. F. Emlnrd, Ills.; Mr. L,
Woods, Mrs. Frances Minor, Missouri
Tho executive commlttoo includes Mrs,
Augusta Chapln, Iowa ; and Professor
Maria Mitchell, of Vnssor college.
In tho Stokes trial to-day, Thomas
Hart, doorman at the Indies' entranco
of tbo Grand Central hotel, and the prin
cipal witness against tho prisoner, admit
ted on cross-examination that after tho
last trial, being sick und out of employ
ment he called on Chnpln & Co , FIsk's
brokors, and from them ho went U Mr.
Coner, FIsk's formur managing agent'
and was by him sent to the privato secre
tary of Mrs. Fisk, from whom he received
fifty dollars. The rest of the witness' or
ldenco was as on former trials.
dudo Friedman and Jury, in tho supe
rior court to-day, tried tho suit of Char-
totta Utlbort against the Now York and
Charleston Sloamshlp company, claiming
$10,000 dumagM for being oxcluded from
tho state-room of tho steamer Manhattan
in 1870. Tbo plaintiff obtained a verdict
In her fayor for J7f,
Pi.llllp, Spier Jc Co., fcott, Strong A
Co., and Alcott & Co., had their
stock sold out under rule for
the ccount of Orinnel & Co.,
us follows: 3,000 sharos in the Union
Pacific at 18gg)i9, 3,700 Lako Shore at
C6J67I; 300 Now York Central at 8H;
100 Pacific Mail.
Phillip Farley, hotel porter, contradlct
od tho testimony of Thos. Hart, as to
Stokes saying ho knew nothing of tho
shooting. Farley was tbo man who seized
Stokes, and ho hoard everything said.
Witness also stated that ho searched for
the pistol in room numbor 207 about half-
past four and found n ono.
Monoy closed at 1 1-1C1 3-1G, but just
bci'oro this when tbe bank accounts were
mado up, oilers went down rapidly on
was regarded by somo as having connec
tion with currpnt.spoculatlon in stock ex
change, as prices woro bid up rapidly. At
tho very closo of tho markot, greenbacks
wcro Josh activo at J. At tbe final
closn quotations woro J. Tho premium
demand for foreign exchango for 6 months
at fij to 6 f jr long and 0 to 7 for short.
Commercial bills In good supply and dull
at 4J5. Custom houso receipts $171,000.
Oold hoavoy and lower, declining from
J to 7j, which prico has not been before
roachod since June, 18C3. Whon
tho closing rate was tic. Tho as
sistant treasuror disbursed f 70,000. Gov
ernment's firm oarly In tho day but closed
lowor In sympathy wllh gold. Tho
quietest dcclino was in 07 and OS's. K ill
road and miscellaneous speculations Ir
regular, but prices In main higher. Add
ing, tho ' Express ' says : " Tho question
of tbe banks resuming greenback pay
ments now being actively discussed in
financial circlos, especially as it hns an
important bearing upon tho goneral situ
ation, while tho Now York bunks are
In a etato of suspension tho people In the
interior have a good oxcuso for not paying
tho debts to the Atlantic cities, and con
sequently collections are much lowor than
thoy would otherwise bo. In different
parts of tho country tho national banks
aro gradually resuming curroncy pay
ment, and theso banks could
mako still greater hoadway if the
banks of New York, and Philadelnhla
should resume. Tho Philadelphia banks
havo about $300,000 of thoir reserve in
-1. I.I. . ..
mil cuy, aim mey connoi remit until our
own banks do. It dors not follow that
this monoy would bo withdrawn from
Now York in caso of resumption, but, on
the contrary, it would probably remain,
as the Philadelphia banks would not draw
it as soon as it bocumo apparent that they
could get it. Resumption by New York
banks Is an important step in tho restora
tion of confidence, and this can only bo
accomplished by giving up tho present
system of pooling greenbacks, which
has always been an injustice to strong
banks, ablu to take caro of thonuelves.
These banks have curried safely through
tho rocent panlo about a dozen weak
banks, and Its but right that they should
dosorvo resumption. Thoso weak banks
would no doubt be called upon to HquU
dato largely In consequence of the with
drawal of deposits and cancellation ot ac
counts, and possibly some might nave to
to le wound up, but our banking business
would be placed, on a strango basis, and
moral etl'ect and resumption would bo felt
hero though not in the country. Tho
deposits of our city bauks now rungo from
a hundred and forty-four to a hundred and
filty million dollars, and greenbacks m
hand aro from 11 fly-live to six million dol
lars. Hy this it will bo seen that tho per
cent, of greenbacks on deposit is only
apout four per cent , and adding tho city
bsnk circulation of twonly-elght million
dollars, tho per cent, of greenbacks to the
liabilities is loss than the per coutage to
the deposits. This Is certainly not a bril
liant exhibit and the oaly way to
linprova it is by discussing the
question and suggesting remldies.
Managers of sound anil cnnservallvo banks
aro dally refusing deposits of greenbacks
fur tho reason that somo, or a large portion
of them, will I. u Immediately taken from
them by the clearing house systom ol re
calling. Even If bank ulllcors do accept
deposits of greenbacks thoy generally ex
chango tbo tame for national curroncy If
possible at the sub-treasury, and by this
moans they are enabled to keep plenty of
currency on band that the clearing house
cannot tako away from thorn. The na
tional bank presidents will take early
means lo restore curroncy payments, and
thereby prevent New York frem being
behind all her sister cities In the Import
ant matter of resumption.
FROM IVEW ORLEANS.
CI.OlMl, TUK OAHsMAN, HKAII.
Nkw Oid.KANa, Ootobor 10. Joseph
Corwlu Cloud, tho champion oarsman,
who somo U months ago tturtod from
Philadelphia on n trial lo row to this city,
by canal and rlvor, died on Tuesday last
live miles above Plagiletiluin. Cloud was
found on Monday In fits boat, the Jennie,
In an almost exhausted condition, and
died tho next day. Ills diary shows that
hn had hton sufl'etlng with what he terms
"heavy shakes" for lour or live days before
A privato dispatch from Calvert, Tolas,
says : "Tho fuvcr hero Is worio than at
Sbrovotort, Sovon per cent, of our pop.
ulatiou have died.
A SIII1' WIICCKKD.
The Steam Ship Liberty arrived, bring
ing passengors and a portion of tho crew
of tho wreckod Stoumer Missouri, from
Key West. Capt' John S. Simpson of Hal
timoro, who was a passengor on the Mis
souri, makes tho following statement: Wo
left .Liverpool on tho 11th of September,
had fine, clear weather the entire passsge
till on the ovuulng of tho first Inst., about
4 o'clock the weather was mild and the
sea as smooth as a sheet of glass when the
ship struck on Gingerbread Crown, break
ing ono of hor reefs oil'. There was no ap
parant cause for a ship boing wrecked at
that time, and I believo that it was
through tho carelossnoss or Ignorance of
tho officers in charge. Thero was not an
officer on deck at tbe tlmo oi tbo disaster;
nobody was in charge of the crew on
dock. After we struck, boats wero low
ered to catch thoso overboard. All of the
passengers suffered greatly from the loss
of thoir baggago. Tho first boat was low
ered at about 0 In tho evoning, tho third
mate in cbargo with forty-four peo
plo in it, including mysol I
the captain and mate each taken in tbo
boat, and left tho ship about 3 a. m. on
tbo socond inst. After landing on tho
Island tho captain sent the second mate
to look aftortho cargo, and in returning to
tho vessol in tho wrocklng schooner Two
Brothers, tbey woro caught in a squall and
all on board lost. The ship broke in two
lift of the forward hatch, and just after
striking tho reof. The captain and first
in at o wont to Nashua and succeeded In
procuring tho llritish gunboat Chorub to
West, iho captain and first ofilcor return
ing to Nashua to stand an Investigation
by tho Jirltlsh commission in regard to
tbo loss of tho vessel. Tho passongora
speak In tho highest torms of tho treat
ment received by Lieut. Commander
Francis C. K. linker, of the British gun
boat Cherub, and his exocutlve officer,
Lieut. Harry G. Hatch.
Dknvkk, October 10. A convention of
delegates, representing most all of the
Far Western states and territories assem
bled In this city yesterday to consider tbo
subjoct of Irrigation, and devise means by
which that great oxpanso of rainless
country between tbe Missouri river and
the Kooky mountains, as well as that on
the Pacific slopo, can bo brought under a
system of irrigation so as to mako the
samo valuablo to the sections in which it
lies, as well as to tho gonoral gov
ernment, which owns tbe greater part of
this rainless aroa. Dolegatoa were present
from Ohio, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado,
Now Mexico, Wyoming and other territo
ries, several of thorn being represented by
thoir governors, and all by their most
prominent citizens. Governor Furnaco,
of Nebraska, was chosen president. Tho
day was consumed in getting organizod
and viewing the city. To-day will be de
voted to a full consideration ot tbe mat
ter so important to the futuro of millions
of acres of fertile lar.ds.
MKITIWI OK TUB AllMY Of T1IK TKN
NKSHKK. Ttu.tuo, October Hi, The soventh an
nual mooting of the Society of the Army
of tho Tennessee opened hero yesterday
with a business meeting at Wheeler's
Opera-house, with Oon. Sherman presid
ing. The attendance was large, and af
tor hearing tbe reports of various com
mlttees and reading correspondence, tho
moellng adjourned till this ovonlng.
Among tho distinguished genorals present
aro Generals Sherman, Sheridan, Logan,
Howard, Custer and Hear Admiral War
den. Tho presidential party are to ar
rive at 8 o'clock this ovening, Tbe oior
cises ut tho opera-house lust night consisted
of an address of welcome by Mayor
Jones, an address by Gen. Sherman, a
poom ny aiuyor Major of Wisconsin, and
an oration by Gen Logan, Tho city pre
sented a gala day appearanc,publlo build
ings boing profusoly decorated, the prln
clpal atreots spanned by arches bearing
appropriate mottoes, and the city full of
SiiKKVKroitT, October 10. Tbe tolo
greph forco sn all well. Interments to
day : Laura Jonos, colored, 0 years old ;
Alice Hutler, t! two years rid ; Mary V.
Monroe, 48 years old; Anna H, Wolland,
14 years old; Kobert Cain, 58 years old;
Urrlck Marsh, 21 yeart old,
Louiav.M.K, October 10. A tornfilc .
explosion occurred this evening on tbo
northeast corner of tho now city hall
from foul sowerago gas and leaky gat
pipes, upheaving lmtueie lUg stones eigh
teen feet long all around the building
and shaking It as if by an earthquake.
Tho paving on Sixth stroet fron tho city
hall to the rlvor was at intervals thrown
up, Several detectives, policemon and
reporters In the police headquarters in the
city hall wero thrown several feet and
stunned but fortunately none were aerl.
wascreatod by the explosion and thou
sands of pfcoplo rushed to the spot In wild
alarm. It Is foared that Him foundation
of tho hall is Injured,
TUK UMITK1) &TATK8 COUKT
has been engaged two days on tho case of
Joo Meek, colored, against the alleged ku
klux of Mercer county, Kontucky. Tho
plaintiff allcgos that in 18GB thirteen men
attackod hit house at night and cruelly
whipping and outraging him in an un
masked ttato. The defendanti show each
an'allibi on overy specification. Hum
phreys Meeks, one of tho defendants, a
colored man and rotative of the plaintiff,
produced evidence to Indontlfy parties.
Dons. J. II. Harlan, Preston and Mr. M.
J. Dorham appear for the defense. Cols.
Qoodlow and liulelt for the plaintiff.
Mookt is said to bo a well-known citizon of
Ms Mr il is, October 10. Lowcnstein
liro's. largo wholesale dry-goods houso
closed thit morning until the fovor abates
A special dispatch from Sardit. Miss ,
gives Iho particulars of a probable suicide
ot John Gator, of 1'oughkeepslt, Now
York, and rocently of Memphis, was
found dead in his room at a hotel, and a
bottle of laudanum near by nearly empty.
Yesterday 2fl died ot tho fever, and 11
from other causes; total 37. A falling ofi
of 15 yellow fever casos from tho day be
fore. Weather very warm and idear. At
10 p. m. very fow now cases.
It KM- WA.NTKD.
The president of the Leatb orphan asy
lum makes report as follows : Tbo or
phan asylum,undor tbe care of an associa
tion of Protestant Christians in this city,
askt donations in providing for orphans
placed therein dally. Tbe institution has
recently lost several of its most valued
friends by the scourge, and friondt who
otberwito donated havo been worried by
overwhelming necessities. Remittances
can bo made to Cyrus Johnson, president,
care of J. C.Johnson.
LoMDo.f. October 10. Advices from
. wj.u. i, tuat sue insurgonis
of Etrurias were being signally defeatod.
A whole batillion mutinied against tbo
rebel leader, Lopez Jordan, and sub
mitted to federal authority.
Londox, October 16. The bullion in
tho Hank of England Incroased 1,?.!)3,000
pounds. The amount gone into bank on
balance to-day is 230,000; consuls money,
9'Jj; accounts, 07, 02 g ; C20s, CO, OJIJ i
exchango coupons, 07s, 97; 10;40s, 92;
new 5s, 00 ; exchango coupons, etc., 46.
TKRIllni.I rilAIRIB rmx.
Omaha, October 10. A terrible prairie
fire swept over twenty-four miles of coun
try north of tho Omaha and Southwestern
railroad, In Nebraska on Tuosday. Many
houses and large quantities of grain were
destroyed. At Mllbourn, ten school chil
CAUOUT IN TUB FLAMES,
Throe perished on the spot,threo more will
die and four are dreadfully maimed but
will recover. Mrs. Moroly, the mothor of
threo of the children, ran to help thorn
and receivad fatal Injuries.
Philadelphia, October 1C At the
opening of tbo annual session of tho In
ternational Division of the Drothorhood
of Locomotive Enginoors, Iter. Mr. Pay
son delivered the address of welcome;
Cbas. Wilson, of Charland, Grand Chief
Engineer, followed, and showed there were
now ,172 sub-divisions, with a member
ship of 9,000. Itocelpts during the year
were $21,641, and expenses $23,287. In
treasury October 1, $10,803. Addretsos
wero also made by F. S. Ingraham, and
FROM SALT LAKE.
Salt Lakk, October 10. A. II. lirowm
chief of poliico, was probably mortally
woundod yesterday by a pistol shot in the
hands of Herman Carter, a drunken rough,
Carter hat not beon arretted yet.
Thero was a tromenduous Htorrn on
Tuosday and Wednesday, which did groat
damage to fruit and shado trees, and
brokodown tho telegraph poles in a num
ber of places. Weather clear and cold.
I) oh to v, October 10. At the manufact
urer! board of trade it wat voted to
recommend the tutpenslon of all mills
two days in each week, and run only eight
hours a day during tbe other four days,
for the present.
FROM AUBURN, IV. Y.
11 T TUK NKL'K.
AunuRK, Octobor 10. Michael Dona
hue was senteuced this morning to be
hanged on tbe 10th of December for the
murder of O' Fallon.
Wasiiinuton, October 10. Win. N.
Nelson has beon appointed Internal reve
nue ttore-keoper for the Twelfth llllnolt
Outstanding legal tenders $30,202,488.
The examination of
bit. EM II. I1ISSEI.
took placo to-day on board tho Tallahassa
Ho gave an interesting account of his
scientific resoaichvs, and detailed the
symptoms of Capt, Hall's Illness. He ex
plained hit medical trcatmont of Capt.
Hall, and said he had no doubt whatever
that ho died a natural death.
RKMAM1IK1I TO JAIL.
Ai.uant, N. Y October 1C Chat, H.
Phelps, defaulting clerk of the stato troni
ury, was to-day brought boforolho police
court for examination, but at the rtquot
of District Attorney Mouk the care whs
postponed till Saturday, and Phelps re
mand?d to Jail.
ClllOAdo, October 1C At Doxtnrpark
to-day, Goldsmith Maid and (Hotter,
Ilashaw, Jr., trotted for a prize of five
thousand dollars, mile bests 3 In S. Gold
smith Maid won straight boats, Glostor
2nd. Time 2:22, 2:18, 22:46. Th0
weather Is misty and unfavorable.
New Orleans, October 1(1. No arrl
vals or departures, ltalning.
Cincinnati, October 1C Klver four
feet two Inches and stationary. Weather
Nashville, October IClUver 12 In
ches on shoals. Weather clrar and pleas
ant. No arrivals or departures.
VicKHiiUllw, Octobor Id No bouts
down to-dav. Up: John II Maud Clear
and warm. Hlver falling.
PnTHliUlio, October 10. liver un
changed with a scant two feet In th(-hn
nol. Weather cloudy and warm with in
dicatlons of rain.
Loiuhville, Oct. 10 River but llttlu
changed. Weather cler and warm. Ar
rived.. I. D. Parker. Cincinnati: Gen. llur
roll, Cincinnati; Dove, Madison; Ada
Heilman, Hudson river.
Evanm'ILLK, Octobor 10 Weather
clear and warm, mercury CO to 78 Hlver
unchanged. Up: Euroka, 0 a.m; Fay
ette and Huberts, 7 a.m.; Ella Hughes,
1:35. Down: Hrunsford, I p. in.; Sll
vertborn, Eddyvllle, 0. Iluslnoss
Chicago, Oct 10. Flour demand fair
and market firm. Choice to fancy S0
Wboat dull and unsettled.
Outs dull and lower. No 2 mixed 30jc;
Jtye quiet and unchanged. No 2 G3c.
1'rovisloBS quiet and weak.
St. Louis, October 10. Hemp doll and
Flour verv dull and unchanged.
oWj&t?rfSfind'uil and lower "STo
red, nominal at l 33fiai at: Nov l oo,
Corn dull and lower, closing unsettled ;
No 2 mixed 4141 Jc regular; 4242c
in November; car lotsiuc.
Oats dull and lower, closlui; unsettled ;
No2 3lj35o In olovator; offered at !S4c
in October; iiic uiu.
Hurley demand confined to No 2 and
choice; No 2 spring 1 331 40; choice
$1 451 10.
Rye In demand and firm ; No 2 CS70c.
rorK dull and lower at MtftiilDc.
Dry salt moats quiet; cloar sides 8c;
cloarrlb'Jc; bacon lower; lard quiet
Whisky steady at 9!5c curroncy.
New Orlkanh, Octobor 10. Com,
nono on tho landing; rates In store while
H0c ; yollow mixed 82c.
Hrun firmor at $1 20.
Pork advanced: now $10 50: old J10,
Molasses seme new roceivod and sold
H. J. CiJNUIPK,
O 15 NK It A L V IU) 1) UCK
A N II
No. 17 Kiohth Sr.,
COrTHY, HAKIUSON& CO.,
(Sneer ssors to l. Hurd 3t Son.)
No 03 Ohio Lovoo, CAIKO, ILLS.
B. F. BLAKE,
(SiicccHsor to II. T, (lerotild,)
STEAM AND OAS FITTING
And Dealer )u
Gah anii Steam Pipe Fittinos.
UI.OHt: AN It A.Xll.K VALVIUI,
l.KAI) P1PK AND PUMPS.
jgrnrlve wells put down In any part ot
the city or turrouudiug countrv.
182 COMMKHCIAL AVENUE,
. HKOH BLOCK.
A. J. ROE, M. D
Oitlct over Thorns ft liro.'t grocery store,
No. lilt Commercial avenue, corner Eighth
strict. Ketiduncu comer Walnut und
AND ITS (JUKIi.
Victims of this awful dl.tcanu are found In
In every neighborhood, In almost every
For them and for their friend", wo have
lldlnpi ol good enter auJ hope the an
nouncement of a most Important dlHcovery,
firmly bated upon common urnso and rta-
sou, ny which me lei rimu inmatiy in ihi
lively controlled, and Itx vletlnn are perma
nently rcMorru i neaiui.
CAIIIIOLATH) CUD LIVKIl Oil.
Is not a secret of empirical nostrum. It Is a
happy combination ot two remediel known
to nbvtlclana everywhere as the best means
ot combating constimpton. This comblna-
linn It. . Wllluiu,'. .11.., ,.... .,.,,1 1.
founded upon the following
SOUND UKASON1NO :
CoiiMimptinu In deray, HootliliiK. expect
orant reinedlex are only iimiIiiI hi palliatives,
they do not reach the :auc I hey do nut i-top
the decay. Tonic medicines strengthen t la
Ill force h and prolong tlio battle, but the
decay Ket ntcadilf on, and Kiniier or Inter
tho victim imM yield. Cllniutlecliiin'ir are
sometimes good, but they seldom wholly
cure. In short, the first thlni; to bo done l
to HTOP tuk Iikcay ; then apply tlioretora-
live, ionic ami sireimtii kiwiix treatment
Think a moment. 'I lie Iiiiil-s aro ilecavliu:
tubercles, ulcerations, ca Itle und iIcjioh-
minion carries inn poison an ner uie in ny
Wasting, loon of uppetlte. enervation, night
sweat, and all the terrible HvmiitniiiH nt.
pear; l. It worth while to doctor the nyinp
toin, which aro merely the renin, while
tho decay, which li the caue, In eating up
the life (.prlUK"?
These two things arc well known by tho
nei pnyMcuini :
I. Caibollcacld DoMtlvclv arrests decay
It in the ino-t powerful authentic In the
known world. Even dead boil1e am ire-i-ercd
by It. Entering Into the circulation
it at once irriui en Willi corruption, und
decay ceases. It purities the sources of ills-
2. Cod Liver Oil Is nature's best nltanl
In reMMlin; con-uiniitlon. It li at once a
fond, a tonic, n purifier, a healer. It brace
I'D and supplies Hie vital forces, ftedi the
wasted sjsteni, and enables nature to rendu
uer looinoiii. i-nr tiiese purpose notlilng
ean compare wan uou i.ncr un. this m
CAUHOLATKI) COI) LIVER OIL
An described fully In tho lnentorH circular,
which will be mailed, upon application, to
Wc cannot afford space to tell the whole
story ncrc. or 10 give uie numerous ccrim
eaten from eminent ph)slcluu and well-
known citizens lestiryiug to the absolutely
wonderful results tlowing from thin greut
discovery. Mlinco ll tosvy it is ennui; lliou
sands who supposed lliem-ehes to be at
Wilson's Uarbolated Oil li scientifically
prepared with the purest carhnllc acid, so
commncu as to no entirely nurmicns, witu
Sweet Nokwkoiak Cod Liver On,
From tho celebrated fisheries at Aalesund
(Norway), pronounced by physicians the
mot delicate, efllclent col Iheroll In the
It In easily taken, tolerated by tho weakest
stomachs, dlgestn readily, mser becomes
ranciu, anil in aimosi entirely iter irom tlie
usual disagreeable characteristics of cod
For every use of cod liver oil Mr. Willson'n
discovery Is of tho irreatcst value.
For the safe Internal idml Mratlon of
carbolic acid Mr. lll-on'n mc iod of com
bluing It with cod Iheroll Is absolutely nee
CAUHOLATKI) COD JA VKK OIL
Is a specific and radical cure for
OU1N fcj U JVL Jr 'J? I O 3ST
AND SIW ULOUi DISEASED
liPim-mlust- tint rtimiA IIU'IIL,..,t. i..l ..
latcd Cod l.her Oil." It comen In large
ntiifMMiiii iiiuiien, Hearing me invnn
tor's signature, and Is told by the best drug
Prepared by .1. II. Wlllson,8.1.John.St,, N. T
Mfll.tl HV it I liliHl tu- u
KlcilAKtunM & Co., St. Louis, 1 Wholesale
I1UKLHUT& ElisALL,Chicairn, Agents.
A BOOK FOB THE MILLION '
kisr.v i sravi issssssssssststa
A Prlvnlctoisnarlor to theMnrrleil
or hoi. atwut lo M.rry. on Hi. fhviloloilc.lmy"
blMtdlsraverletlD iiroduclD and pr.otli la
.i...!,."'1.,,r,",nSwork ort" h5frd and
tJf,Wim,il' naa-sroet ngrTlnaidcont.lui
.luatU Infornuiilon for Ihoi. who ara narrUd cr
MdiOoti ftm UnZ... rant if rr how fr lortbU or
Hu. 10 UHIU I.KVKIt, Cor. I III Mi
The larccst lino ol cloth and niecn irnnitn
of the llncst iiiallty, and greatest vurlety
ever brought lo thin market. These goods
were bought at prices that enable me to
tell them at ten per cent, lower IWurcs than
any house In Cairo.
GUARANTEE GOOD FITS
and entire satisfaction In every respect.
wo also Koep a urn aim complete aiocic oi
UENT8 KUUNISHING GOODS.
JlKAtn MAIr, UlAllliinu,
U A'l S, 0 A PS, IJOOT8, BHOES, Ac.
HAM W Hi BON,
laO-AX' stoehb I
V It O V I H 1 O U H V T O.
iimia l,va (Uiao, lit.
(Open Day and Nltftit.)
J. K. I'AJfKS, Proprietor,
Ohio lvoo, bet, 4th and 0th streets,
OA I HO, ILLS.
MKA1.3 AT ALL HOItlti.
A lino new Dining Hall with every ion
uiilenee ban been added to. this popular
Itcnlaurant, and tho guests will tlud erery
euulslto for their accomodation.
THE MILL OF FAHK
insists ol every substantial and delicacy ol
It tuppllsd Willi tho
JHOICEST LIQUOIIS.WINES & GIGA IIS
KITttlxed drinks prepared with care.
F. M. STOCK FLHTII,
Ilettlller siiil Wholesale Dealer In
t'OKi:i(J.N A MIS ISOMKN K!
LIQUORS AND WINES
mi. 0'J niiiu i.Kver,
.MH'I.IN A WKHH,
COUN THY PRODUCE, GHAlN,
flour. Meal, tlarosa, r.le.
No. (5 IliiWAitii'n How,
tj7"I.Ibcral odvaneen on conaighnuientn
Parties wishing to keep xilcd with our
market will please send addrcsn.
HEr'i:itK.SL'E.S Hanks and business men
ol Memphis, TuiiLcssce.
R. SMYTH A CO.,
WHOLK3ALK OHOCEHS, j
Cor. Commercial Av. and Illli St
J A I H O . I I. L. t O I a .
Also, kp consUctli' un hand most eim
ilu stoek uf
aooTon and laun wnisKiia
n i n u,
Port, Maderla,Shorry and Catawta V. ii.e
On Klhlh slirMt, Ui mau 0mmrelkl toil Wub
ngtnn Atdi.u, la itnlr rrealslni
NKW MILLINKKY GOODrf
LATKHT al'HINO ANII BUMUKK HTVLBH
ttoDMsa a lull llnw or
S03ST3STE11,S Ac ttjrVS
Trimml and untrimmedj
hENCII KI.OWKIW. KIBHUNd, TKIMatlNdH
of all klmli. I.aoi, ate., eta,
Mrs. Mode has also a lra Maortmsal o
Pane? Arllclaa, men a
.NEOU Tl.TH. OfI.I.ARH, UMf)KhHLIVEH,
RuKFtl, HAHHKfl, KANri.i
And all nthrrarticlra usually found In a
FIRHT-CLAS3 MILLINKKY BTOKK
Mm. McOee, In addition to her Htock of
Fancy and Millinery Goods, ban a tine and
Complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladles' and Misses' .Shoes and Cull
drens' Hoots, lllnwk and in Colon. Those
reacknowlodged to be the finest and best
vor In tbe market, and thit It tbe only
oune thn cltv that insken tliam a spelalt y
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
I'ltKMII FAI.I. STTI.KB.
M l S . M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mm. Swander,)
nnnoiinees that she hut Juit opened a lurge
assnrtinent ol the
.Milllnerv Goods to be found In tho markot.
Khe will keep on hand
II ATM, lioN.VKIA, FI.OWKRfl, ItlllUONS,
Dkv.ss Tkimminos or AllKinoh.
LaUIKH FUKNIHIIINII GlIODH, NoTlOKH,
Collahh, Unoehmlkkvkh, lluvva,
Ami all goods loiind III millinery stores, all
ol which will be disposed of at tho lowest
cash prices. Mrs. Jackson respectfully
asks a continuation of the putaonage which
lias been so liberally besUowed upon ber by
uiu mines oi uairo anil me vieiuuj.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commisiion
nrcp arod to rorrird all kinds of frclgbU
tn. sail liAlnta
sv ( wsat ks (
rtlnis atttadtd topromptlrt
WILLIAM R. SMITH. M. D.
f E8IDBNCK Wo. n TbirttMtk etratt,
W twean Waahiegton avaana aad Walaat itrMt,
Oflte 1M Commercial avtant, at ttatrt.