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TIME OAltD:
I LI NOT'? CENTRAL v. abroad.
Til AINU LKlVn CAlltO
Mail at,. 12:1 j n.Tii
.Daily.
VjtlMM- . ...I:i:l n.iii... . ..
trclghtn 4-M a.m., ...cixirpt lunula)-
tiAll.( .t U.K.. ... ' M It
...111.11, .ll.ti .L,i.,..
I roiKiit .it . i.uo p.m.,, .
Aitmvi: Ai' aiii.
Wall nt . ..iwi i.nt.. .K ills
Pph'Mnt . tlion p.in.,....ivupl Holiday
freight ut ,. .7:Mi u.in.,, ...except Mondny
Krclcht :it lii:n. p. in cxr pt .Sunday
J-rciKM at T9V p.m
ir.s .iT-tf. .iames .loiiNmi.v, Agent.
Villi CAIRO AND V1NUKNNKS
RAILROA I).
lilts
iimi:.
uun in i
hwil AND LOW
Ml I.C.
(Ill ninl tiller .linn- 7lli irieii7er train
.viii run ii.iii) except huiwnym loiiow,:
COINd NOItTll.
alto, leave . ...6:Ma. M.
icniin. nrrw ... . isn
riurriMiiiri;. arnvo r.st
Norrls Clty.arrho., 10:18 'If s
iinnl. nrrhe , I0:.V) i
ray c.nrmc
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in nnutl. ntrlve
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aim, arm c
letitin, nrr. o ,
llarrihiir.',arflvc... ;
iirri( it , arrive...,
arim, uirhn
I slay line, arms'
Mt i aiiiicl.iirnto
llicenni leave
.10 Air. i.
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7:02
, (;:o:
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, 2:li
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nt jti Depot, leave
arrive. .
' ill ni.a'i, 1 .tvr
I,t Jh.illi . I avo , ,
M.
( ONNKCIION't.
At ( Ji.nl t.illi ct. UiUl ami ft)lliejterti
I .ill' t iai. I li Ml wilitville and pulliti Mot;
a. n i r . , n .so a. si,
Win in..' In ! .aiiswllc .ll.if. M.
... j .1 1.1 '411
uiiliiir la f ar 10 X
At incciincs witii siiiio ami Jiiiniiiiii
iiiiany ir t iiiciiiii hi aim i.ouuiwiio, ami
. 1 1 an I Incline fullwa) tor
it ilinaplm nnd all point north.
...I.. ........... f..m I . Illn 'P..... II......
...fV.fllV II.IIMWj .... I.IM II.UtV
tjirivi., ., .lc.iK'" nii'l all point north, van
At Norrle Cltr llh the Sn-nirlioM
nil IIIitjI" -oiitlieatcrn railway for sii.iw.
........... t I-... ...:. 1.1 III I ...I...
I uinn II an I ar j infill I'lf III., null JIIII
irt II,
t in v., ill Die Mi-I"liii C'enlrril.
ri I M.ii.ii.' fitul t Hun. fur fill tu.lnl. h.1.1 1 1 li
'lit jiii), AtK wm nml lv',tvr all point
rk .111:11 . 1 1 T xai.
MUUHIl C1TT ACCOUMOVATIOJf.
f.acl'alru 12:Sili'. 11.
Mounlc.tv i-M "
M II, (.mililiK 11, (ien'rrii:ket Att't.
TIME TABLE.
IT. LOUIS IKON MOUNTAIN
ANI SOLTHKItN UAII.H0A1I.
Oinnlliili-m arrive ut anil iletiart Iroiu tint
inec eorner M'Vemii street and t.oimiier. I
Mai Avenue ni V. low.
Tea I.xpn; If aM-1 iw 3.111
Arrive
.11 a. in.
l. Imli'lon A . ommoilutioii leave
. m. Amvi O.iria. in.
10:30
Cotiunbut A cotBiMJalinu leaven 1:0) p,
krrncii l "i p, ni.
, 111.
IWEATV-KOlIt IIOl l!S I.KKH THAN llV AXV
OTIIKIt IIULTIC.
Tune trom Cairo to l.lttle Itork IS lionm.
l o I cxarrana 'ii Iicjiiit.
'I d .letli:rcn. 'lexa. 'li Iinlir..
'l o .Marrball 'M Uuuc.
To Slirnteport, I,inilliimi, S iniit.
1 o l);ill.l, I exav, .VI liDUrH.
To llearnr, 'iVxa-. H liour.
To llim-tnn, T.-xav, 1 1 lioun.
To (u.i ttn, 1 ea it hour.
1). Axtki.L. Clilef Knelnrtir.
'. W. llKOt I'.Mnoflid, AKciit, Cairo.
kVVMr.
H H
WHOLESALE g
!SW riETAIIj "-M
Cor. Wasbinglon Av.
I.IIAl.
THE CAIRO CITY
Ai
COM V A iN V
Are nmnarail to Mmiily etlHloUibw U
ui'n tliu liimt
PITTSBURG
A'l
ILLINOIS
COAL
l.KAVi: dltllllllS AT
jrnriiuuitijij m-o-.v oiiiee, .No. 70
lOlito l.avec;
tSI'llalllilay llio.'n Wliarflioa
I CTrAt IX'J i'tlan Jillls or
. r4TAt llni coal ilunip, foot ol
'Tlurty-clKlirti meet,
lucid InducemtnU lo km
NKW YOHK STUxiK,
WllOLliSALJfi AND 1USTAIL
ll IMtlKiT VXntKIV ITOOtt IH TUli L'lTT
OOODBBOIiD VERY OLOSB.
hornerolne!J 2 oi
1 WWM - -
9A1UO,
ILLINOIS,
O. O. PATIKI?
WILLIAM li. SMITH, M. D.
UFSIDKEOK-No. Ul, Tlilrlcontli jlroot
I'lOtWtCll WHini'lKlOU UTUOIIO Uliu tl mu
t riet omc.o-12u;coinHicrcll iwenuo, up
" rTTI 7""m.?lw''wlw'n"rl 1 ' ""Mnnwiimi iniwiiwimwin im ri i t 11 -mix , ui mumi rnm if n i mi inn ma i himh i iumwimmmn,,-- him hiiiimiii
VOL. (j.
PLANTER'S HOUSE,
SO Ollio XitiVltii
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
TI10 I'lnntSr'IfotiHj I" located on Ohio IjCTco Stree.t in
CLOSE IMIOXI M I 'IT
POTS jfitifo STOAMBOT LANDINGS
And in IhS't'oiilor of the litiMtiw I'orlion ol tint Citv. Tlio Htmc in new
and coinplctc in i it apioiiitmcnlH. Tlio tooiuh, ato lnrj;o anJ aity, lo-iiilcs
being elegantly fnrtiii1it and carjeted. (luwtg will receive oourti'nti.s treat
tnctit and tlio best of aeconitnodntioiix.
Transient Gnu.ts '2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch, for Trains
QlVorcTl
f III
aHEAT DEDUCTION IS PRICES
nv
Cork? 8th St.
.i)OiESrrjcs,
I J I J I vr no
1 a iiix.i,',
GlXCniAMS,
LAEGE STOCK OP DRESS GOODS
LAWNS, Sl'l TINGS,
.1AIATJ?.K tJITjTC.cj .
A I A ' AGA S,
LAIIGK STOCK OF WIIITK (!UOIJH, Victoria Lawns,
Svis, Mai'sailfc and a Large
Stuck will be si.l.l at Actual
closed out.
(toll and be convinced of Great Jianjains.
TSRMS, STRICTLY
HENRY'S
st l'dwcrfnl
V.wv IHscifi
lleiilhi
oreil.
The
womli'irul ecleritywllli which thN
nmliliutiiin ot ('Aitltiinl.iO' At ll witlijr
(TIO.I!
MiicmiNa ani cntAtivi:
KM
Ileitis the Most Virulent Sores ti nil
T'lrers
! mnicliiln nkln to the liiarvolon-.
It ! with nrlile that the l'rotirittor i all
attention to the K'Titlllnr laet that
IIYS!UNSGIVB IT TIIK HIGIIKST
MEAD OL' UIAISK.-
mil ii-i' it and nroicrlli'e it. In tiraetice
Points to he BorneiiniMind :
( Alt 110 IiltS A 1.VK -potltt VclycufeT'tlio !
worst Korci,
CAItllOUC SAIAK In.tautly allavi. tlio
pain of litini". "
t At.iiui.it. .i.t 1. Cure an ruxaucnii-
eruptions. ,
r.Hi(UL,it; ftAbvi; remove puupieianu
lilntcliex. J IK
AltllOUO PAI.VE will euro ttt unit
liriil-c. 1
1 aiiiiiii.ii a , 1. rauKU at tlio neau 01
ill .Salve-. Oint neiitH or other lievllnir Com.
iOUUlN, lllll IIAH ACIlti:Vl:) A OlIKATJIlt
lllll'TI AllON AM) HAS A I.AIKSKU HALK
Hum any other Minllnr pieiKirullon of
llllllllllpliI'llllUUUtf IllVOIltluil,
Mini everywere.. jfriee ..i.conti.' t
.10x11 r. HKNiott;ouuA.N-&oo.,
l'rop'v, H nml (1 Co 1.1 pe riaec , X. V.
.'"lilt
110 at sTonr.n
G. D. WILLIAMSON;,
WHOLESALE GROOElt,
uuniiYiu-i
n 1 I
CQIflfJ MFRP.H ANT
UIU11 IIIUIIWI II III ,
Anil Dealer in
BOAT STORES)!
? Ohio Lot m, cXiu'6,-li.i.s
No.
tarSpoclal attention gtvn
menu and Ullliu; order.
to COllblgll-
ll.'i tt
SAM WILSON,
Dt'AW.ll IN
U.1
BOAT STOEES
Groceries, Provisions,, Etc,
XOo. 1XO Olvio Xiovoo
1 CAIRO ILLS.
mm imi
Tin Mo
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. AUGUST 1, 1874.
- C AIRO, ILJLtS
'I
TO I.iA.1 LHOvVD DE
Day Jioardor.H20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Nisrht.
l7l--VJ7-3in.
for Sulf nt
1,11111b
and Commercial Ave.
SHEETINGS,!
BLl!A0El) 'MUSLrNS5
0KET0NES,
PERCALES.
SILK L'OJ'ilNS,
(.! RUN A D I NES.
Stock of Kibbons. This entire
Cost, and continue until it is
CASH.
(jo 7-tf-tr.
Bristol & Stilwell
Family Grocers,,
9
&
II
d
i .
1
J
9$
1 Si
Kei.'jt ovory tliiiii; jicrtniniiiK to tlio
lino of .tapjo and FitncyUi rnenric?,
Wno(l(inware,ootal)ltiH, Fr'uiti', ,Vc,
Ac.
tdcut Lamp, 'in
IlnHdsontcsl.Iicsi Cool Oil Lamp now
in iib'c. It coiwnmos llttlo oil and
1'i oiliifvH a bright clear light fur pre
fornlilp lo iras, to sew r read liyj
for docH not iujurn llio Eyes. Cull
and net It -'
I '
No 3' EIGHTH St
8
11 V,
' Din
J. 1 .1-1 1 . 1
lie.
Broken Links
OF THE BEECHER BUSI
NESS GATHE'.UD
HERE AND
THERE.
MIS. UHKUHKK HOT l'HKl'AUKI)
VKT TO MARK UlS .STATIC
-MKNT.
ti&w Yofci;, July 20. Much IntureU
beruloloru felt iu tho invotljattui; com
mitten hu Una lost uncu It It pluln that
Urn dlUioulty lutwuoti Uuucbor mill Tilton
must bo milled iu tho courti. .Many pcr
foai think liovfiber will lo aequitlcil iy
tb cotniultteA oa acii-.-, .r li .trim;
l.lm. ItH mombur naturally, hlmoit in
LViiubly, luan In tavor of tbelr pastor.
JIuecber'H loii;iloliv to aruwer In detail
Tlllon' ' - triable Vrrii'i'nment ha un-
' quctt cblTliy burl I. mi. Kvery liourof
' ii. .1 . T. . ..1 ...
HI. Ill mvw iii.p jiijiiu iu pqiii'i u.nii
on the "'. 1.;tlon of bin guilt. A
number of peron ouiIdo of l'ly
mouth Church cay if !i?echcr
lml iiiudu a umietilon, If bo
w hi bl uihkeil nott,tbatthu cotnmnnlty
wnnlil luri'iv.. htm. bi.e.uuiA bn hm nuvor
protndel to ba iuiuiHCUlate, nnd tbat tho
IMioua 01 charily ho liat tatigul Iboum ho
Hppllixl 10 lilm ; llr.t tbo luiinencd gtod
bu hmi dono ouybt lo imtltlo blm to par
doa for 0110 ningio i Homo which Tilton
tilUal liavu exagyeratftd. Como Of
uKrciiKi'.'ii vzir.xu
belloro tboir pa' tor baa tho theological
viowa ot tbo rviiownod K J ward lrvinj;,
ticolcn divine, reiptctini; J oaur, thnt
Chrnt ImTi'jy tnken llio form of
iiiuo, muit Iihto bud liumaii weak
rin ; that tbo Kt.oa Iicecbor bai
titugbt for yean u txaully tbo ono which
tbould ebield biin now. (Jrtbodox puople,
bowuvbr, totally defcont from thit vitiw.
ijbould Umcber bo found guilty, ttiom
nml. ot porirmi would (till cluvo to him,
and tho ympathy invnrubly (oil Tor
Inllon crent and guct men would mnkn
hi 111 lonumrabln friend, wbaro ho lias not
bad tbum before.
The opinion luomi to bo gainliiK ground
that Itreeber would dot aurvivo tut con
demnatioii that ho ha not moral eoiir
nui! to Ueo tbo world that thought blm
t;uilty. Iaivo of approhatlou has nhvayit
been ono of bis ftronitit weaknesses.
Death would & preferable to ovorwliolm
Inij dlinrucii. IIo could go nowhero that
HIH WONtlEU .NAM K
would not follow him. Ills lifu would bo
worso than ended, and that tho grave
would oiler Irrcslittblu temptation.
Tilton ban bad many oil am to Jectur
Iaca this scandal has been m-tdo public.
Ho also receives any qunntlty of syrapa
tbotio letters, but not naif tliu tiumbor of
lli-6jtier Thuro is no doubt tbat tho
legal investigation wH cttond tho H.
trMsfor cimI o t--."u mat ....
not vet btun opened, and numerous men
n...ron.... will besmirched Indication
still ur that tbu end has not yt Imen
reauhbd.
MB. llKKCllKU h IIO'KVKX.
Tbu Jfow York 'Graphic' publishes tho
following; as tbu dele tut which Mr.
lleechdr proposes to tl'jr In bis riming
do'.Hiled statement to tho l'lymouth
church investigating eoniuiitteo :
"Tho document will boa very power
ful anil startling one, and will mako some
confesdons which willcrMMn as great sur
prise as did Tilton s now tamous ireent
utiouufbis alleged personal grievances,,.
Mr. Ileocher will acknowledgo that, slnco
tbo beginning of his minietry, ho list
been be.et by letters addresied to him by
women, expro sing great personal admir
ationadoration, indeed of him as a man
and as n mlnistur. He will slow that
communications ol' this nature aro ' con
stantly received by ovury noted man in
tbu community, and that it is especially
tbo fate ot clergymen, poets and actors, to
bo tho recipients of these abnormal de
monstrations from women who aro gener-
II V diseased physiologically and psycho
logically.
"After IbiB Kcuoral statement of a well-
known fact, .Mr. llenchor will alludu lo
tbu case of Mts. Tilton, who, It .eems
conoelved for him a most oxlravagmt
passion, knowing tlio lutly from child
hood, and having married her lo her hus
band, and been on terms of closo social
relationship with them both, he Was ed
by n Strang") infatuation to submit to her
blandishments, ami an intimacy was
formed, which, whllo not criminal, was
reprebontiblo, or at least put him in u
poniiion which mado hiin seem to do a
great wrong to Theodore Tilton. Ho will
confers tnal Hum un anil jirs. iiitnn
were very emotional, given to exaggera
tion In siintlmonf, nnd lhit tho corres
pondence between them was not what It
UOIIIU navy oeeu uuti'uu a tn.nir niiv
ladv. tbat lady tho wilo of his friend.
Hut tho neculiurltv of tho oaio was, that
AIis. Tlllni tomplalntd bltttrly of
her husband' solf-sutb'clenoy, nnd want
of kindness to bor, and
I'Oebl ULK 1NKI1IE1.1TIKK,
ud bholoj'ied up to Mr. Uuecbtr to glvo
her tbat allVctlou uud aympalhy which
llio failed to llnd at home. Air. Jlucchor
wlll iieknowledirii that he toyed with tenv
ptation ; that hu allowed ktuduots uud ox-
presslou ot eympatneiic leiiueruuss lor
Airs. Tilton, ana mat no tociprocaieu mem
.--?,".,Vftogrec so mucri so iiiut. wn u
, actual t- . .,...,.,. .L ,.,
odoro Tilton, ho so far cihip.'h "J
.nlf and tho lady as to rcnuor necossftV", ,
as It appoared to ins minn, tun (otters
which bo nubse'iueutly wroto to .Mr.
Moulton and MrtvTllton, buinblitiK bim-
self beforo tho latter as ueioro ins tiou tor
bis oxtravagant demonstration iof alloc
tlon for tho wifo ot UU friend.
"Hence, while bo will doclaro that ho
wa gnllty of lBJocyruin,millly, rjer
liaps, of'loiidlrig'a wffo" to loVo htln moro
than her nuswauu kuihj i'iriioij-, m mu
ilnnth of his v'nipatny'for herv ihid in nt-
lowing bis Impulilvo naturo to lead blm
away ho will Insist that bis relations
with Mrs. Tilton were no moro intimatu
or blamablo.thani tlio relMuui .llirtalion
with tho priest, Indulgett1 by' 'Catherine
(Jaunt,1 tbo fictitious cliaractur nuotod bv
Mrs, Tilton, In which bo will fliiil blmbst
a perfect parallel inr tbls ':ao. I-'urtbor-moro
bn may bo oxpocwl to show that
hit position' hiia boen groatly rfnibarrgnod
by tho fact that malignant rumor has aN
read'vf lioon making frco with bis nnmo,
una tbat, owlng.to tbu unhappy poronul
perullaritUs of ,cn nir nd,ttr tqit'lni,
TMflRAP
whofo ungrounded Jn!oiiy was the bano
ana torment ol his lire, slorlci had beon
Inveriteil and M cuiiUd which bad In
jured his fair tame, nnd did blm grevious
wronp, which, however, he was debarred
from denying by ti e fact that, In brand
ing thoso falsehoods as they ilctorved, he
weubl havo iieen'sarlly l"cn forced to
sactlfica onn to whom tin was boun t by
the tendotest and tnott sacred ties which
can oxlit between man and woman. Ho
will show that tlio dilliculty in this whole
casrj was duo primarily to tho
i.VTltAVAUA.NT .IKALOl'M.
of this liitlfntu nf lit, fitiillv.whnffl tnatii-
ing imaeitiallos had conjured up amours
upon ins pit 1 which nad no foundation in
fact, nnd was ever ready to apply theories
of her suspicion to the lightest llgmont of
apparent lad, until lilt whole oxistoneo
was tilled with approbation. In this
connection, Mr. lleccher will explain
why, from this cause, he was for years
cninpollad to aki'.aln from pastoral visits
to the families of his congregation, nnd
forccu to demand tho appointment of Air.
Halliday to discbarca this important part
of his duties, simply becauso ho could not
be seen villi a woman without being tin
lt:tr! to suspicions which lltlod bim with
anguish.
"Jt Is said that Air. Ilvechor's statement
of bis domestic troubles, owing to the
dangerous and painful hallucinations
Which he has been compelled to combat,
and of which, trom their very nature, it
wub impoisiblu for blm to speale openly,
and the unliuppy atl'alr of Tilton and bis
wile, will cunsutulu bis formal defunse,
one of tbu must curiously dramatic and
Interettiti'.: papers ovor presented to the
public. Those who already know tho
naturo of Its contents predict tbat It will
mako great revolutions, which will not
only seltlo finally the troubles In his own
family, but I11 fully accoAiil for tho
peculiarity ot bis relations with Tilton
end I1I1 wife, and set at rost at tnro and
forever tbo other terrible scandals con
nected with bis name, already glvo lo the
public, and still further threatened by
Airs. AVooJhull and other maligMers of
bis good ropute."
a r.V.roKTr.u talk.h with tin. nKKUitt.
Nitw Yor.K, July 80. A reporter of
the Itrooklyn Union called on Air.
lleccher, at his residence, last night. Tliu
conversation betweon Mr. Ileecher and
tho reporter wait ot a coniUenlial charac
ter. Mr. Reecbor, while seated nt bis ease,
talked and laughed heartily at times.
Air. Ileecher Intimated t tho reporter
that bis friends might icly on bis discre
tion and his truth. It was enough that
ho had declared Tilton' charges talso for
tbo present, lie was prepared to admit
thai bis sky was not as clear as it ought
to be. There wvro hazy clouds In '.ho
horizon, and these darkeued slightly to
ward the zenllb, but the suit of truth
would, in its own good lime, burst forth
and dissipate Ihuui. He was prepaiing
his refutation of all tbo charges that bad
been made against him j bu felt strung in
his own heart; ho felt that bu hail duno
wrong to no one; ho might have L.en In
considerate, even Indiscreet ths. camo
ot his impuliivenen. AVSa. -ills story
had bceu told, when his plaiD, unvarn
ished Ule hid been propared nnd given
to tbu public, bo would calmly uwalt
"' a - ,a r t inn ,b r v lila trOH
friends, bad to say, and by it ho wns .umo
prepared to uu or ibii. uii
fKLT UlUHKLV INNOCENT
of an intention to wroai: nnvone. and
with tbat feollnc ever present In his heart
ho wna preparod to C'imo boldly down be-
mro tho world, and liattio down an trmv
of scandnl-monuTS.
TUB COMMITTEK ANXIOUSLY VWAlTlNd
THE AHK1 VAL OS MR. 1IOULTON.
The lieecbor Inveftigaling commlitoo
met HL-aln to-nicbt. Mr. Francis AIoul-
ton linn not yet returned to tbu city, nnd
lhn committee are anxiously cxpe:t:ri.
bis arrival, us Mr. llsnchor is unwilling to
testify until nil the evldtnro is in.
FOREIGN.
The Curlisls Claim An
other Great Victory.
Serious Riot of the Flax Op
eratives at Belfast.
CUBA.
Nkw Vokk. .lulv KO. I'u barm hero
havo reeoived uews, by way of Havana, to
the ell'ect that tbo patriot troops have do
stroyed a number of plantatione in Trlui
dad velloy, and that tho planters are
abandoning their proporty tuoir lor icar
of being captured, and bocausu the Span
ish uoMirnmont cannotgivu tno necetsary
protfcetlon. Tbo presidont ot tbo Cuban
hepilbllc lias ordered Captain Carepo to
deitrov overvthini: heoiin lay hands on.
Calm, tho neirro captain, nt tbo bead of
it number of emancipated negroes, is In
tho neighborhood of Cionfuegos, wrecking
plantation) and unlisloning slavoi and
coolies in tho patriotlo rank.. A gunaral
uprising of nogroea under Cabo is daily
oxpuciid1 Tho Cubans havo captured sev
eral military maps of tho Troolia, which
ahows tho position of tho font, pitfalls,
picked (tattoos, etc.
FRANCE.
VAitla, July ilCln the Assembly to
day, tbu coinmlttoo Imvlug oharguol tbu
tho subject reported fnvornbly on ilio pro
position fur rooes, and recommended
that it beein on tbu Oth of August nnd
contijue lo tbo ilOlh of November. Tho
dobntu on this report will oocuroli Friday,
and is l(kely to bo very important. AIM.
Mnmuotta and Simmon will bo among tho
l.tnet of tho recently oxioseallY." " 1 ,u
lent Intrigues und will ask fur a removal
of state of siege from all tho departments
before agreoing to it reooss. It is reported
that tho VorsiiUlea government has notl
find the Spanish Cabinet that Franco will
not In concert with tho Northern l'owew
In rofjard to tbo rocognitioii of the Span
Uh Itepubllo.
ITALY-
LokhoK, July 80. It la stated that
Daly has mule i .demand upon France
for u recall r thu war ship Oronotiuo. A
sbllt'bas boen pnrnianently stationed nt
Civil. Wcbla aa a rofugo for tbo popo
lu ease of neeesity.
J!omk, July 0. To-day 't ditim ortbo
QpluDlonuT-vsserte that iii'gQliatious aro
In iirottresawNch havo In view tho lond.
I nt: by the marltluin powers .of squadrons
to tho BpanlsU coast, iiftr,ti wtamplo of
Oermany. Jt M undorstocd that this
NO. )S(J
top, if taken, Is not to Involve tho Quel
lion of iMervonllon. ' '
fJni-MKL.', July .to. It li understood
tho majority ot tho dolccates to the Inter
national nongro-s tavor tbo exclusion of
till points routing to naval warfare, nnd a
strict adherence lo matters strictly c. i,
nccud with tho amelioration of huiinti.
ulruring in Umo of war.
SPAIN-
Havonnk, July OO.-Tl.o carllsts oialm
a great victory over tho republicans be
tween Castel 1'oller and Fguerous, noar
boVsZ's l h,,lo" heavy on
Tho carllsts deny tbat th.ro is any
truth In tho reports charging them with
atrocities nt Cuoncaand othur place".
IRELAND.
llELt Afcr, July no. Thoro Is n sorlons
triiio ui operav it .1 ttm uaK Wills at
mis piace, ine stiiknig people are mak
me tnreatcnini! rtu. i..tratum iii.nit,t
Crowds aro paradlii tliu streets and have
aitacneu several l.kerics. Tho tnacls.
trate.t have aikod fur tour hundred a'ddi-
nonal pulicamen.
FARMERS' CONVENTION.
KAinriieni. III.. Julv .-.0. At a ennn
convention held at this placo on tbo 23th
ini , me tarinors parly adopted tho dolo
gale convention system in nominating
county ofllccre, In placo of primarv elec
tions. Tho membership of clubs and
granges in this county amount, to i!,200,
and is on the increase The parly by
whatever name called, can, without doubt,
control 2,600 votos in this county at tbo
coming election ; nnd thoro aro only 1,500
moro votos to be divided betwoen tbo
Dotnocratic and Itepubllcan parties.
GRASSHOPPERS.
kA.vg.ift CtTr, July .'10. Tho 'Journal
of Commerce has lettois trom Kllsworlh
and Alcl'horson. Kansas, staling tbat n
cloud ot grasshoppers, so donio as to ob
scurcetbo sun, came into Southwestern
and 'Westorn Kansas Sunday, and aro de
vouring everything. Corn has boon ma
terially damaged by the drouth before,
and all that is left now is eaten up. Sev
eral counties will raise nothing this year
but their fall wheat, which Is nlroadv bar
vested, and as a largo part of tho popula.
tlon nro now. comuri, having no crop but
corn, great suffering Is apprehended. It
has been so dry west of Topckn Hint llttlo
of anything is being raised, and tho pral.
rles aro as dry as in Ojtober, so that hav
oven cannot bo provided.
ST. LOWS UNIVERSITY.
THE FOKTY-KIKTH ANNUAL
HKSSIO.V of Studios in tho
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Will begin on
MONDAY, SM'TKMHKK 7th, 1874.
tor l'rospcctus, giving terms, instruc
tions to parents, ,Vc, Ac, apply to or
ItF.V. JOS. IS. ZKALANJ), S. J ,
l'rosident.
St
: Louis University, m, Louis, Mo.
'-'l-;.27.dA-w-lm
C WINSTON & CO,
Ileal Estate Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
71 Oiim Levek, (Scco
CAIHO, ILL.
Iluy and Sell ItCAI. KS'l'ATi:. I'ay TAXI
I'urnl-hes AlMrAetn of Title.
tTI.'ind Coiniiil'.toner.
i.U.niti:tt.
Cairo
Box and Basket Co.
IIKAI.KIIS IN
LUMBER
OK AM. KINDS, lIAItl) AND HOVT,
Keep coni.antly on build
FLOORING SIDING.
AlO, i.ATll.
Connor .'iltli Street
nnd Ohio Lovce.
Mill and Yard
WALL & ENT,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AiND LATH.
CAIRO, ILLS.
l'ortiAU.OMv, uvt'ttUH, auu, ovm
AND COTTON wwtil), uuii
FACED LUM11KH.
JItKSiiED FINK, AtslI AND l'01
LAH FLOORING, OKILNU AND
KID1NO.
jjTOIlli e at aw mill 011 corner of T'sii-
lVccoiiu kireev aim utuo hi ii
'lll'1-.Vil-tl
ics. ice.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
W i'i!iil I ltol.1 II Dwlers In
I'fJHK LAKK U)K,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kentucky.
Cairo nlllco at Hulen ti Wilson's, corner
Twelllh ctreet und Ohio levee.
Wo will run an ice wainn throughout '
cason, delivering piuw Inko lee lit any p .
kf the cltrut the lowest iiurket nrleo. un'1
olll also lilnilsh onr I'rlen'lH oillMde tlio el tv
with h'o i7 thu enko or cur lomL. packed In
wwuimt, tor buiiinient 10 any 1 iihiuhc.
"OMMISBSON HliKUIIAKTH.
y.. D. ut;buA4 iiFc. 'l h
MATHU69 6UHlV I
Forwardltis i-'.Genri '
Commission Merchants,
Dealers In
VliOUlt, OKAIiV, HAY AND
wks'ikkn rnonucK.
Ohio Iakr,
W. Straiton""
C'Alito, Im.s,
rci
SI FlATTON &. BIRDJ
WHOLESALE GROCERS
oiiimission Merchants,
Amenta American I'owdor Company,
r.r o.'fo .Km:, ouno.
PARKER & AXLEY.
GROCERS
And Citnrr.il
Commission Merchants.
NORTHERN BUTT ER
A SpwlUy.
Comer of 8tli Street und AVanlilnton Ave.
-t.t.v,Prtli'-
Ill j.
4.V
Wood Rittenliouso & Brotlior
GK.VKItAf, C'OM.1IIS.SIO.V MrMOUAUT,
l.'llt Ohio Levee, Cairo.
I) .AVBHH.
IC. ,1. AYltltt
AYKKS k CO.,
J1 L O U JEtj
Arm
QENK1? AL COMMISSION .M EHOHANTS
Wo. 7H f,avRK.(lninOA.iRii. Ir.rjt.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
roUWAUDiNO
Com mission Merchant
WllAIlKAOAT I'rtOPJtlRTOn.
I'rcpreparcd to forward ail kind.1 of
Freight to all points. '
KiTlliKliie.x atleiided to promptly.
II. A. Tliomi
1.. U. Tiora,
THOMS BJlOTnER,
Hucvcrioera to if. Al.Utllen.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
Aim DKALRHS IN
Ni.tl .,,, Fhiio t.rnenrlo,
Koreign and Domestic
131 Commercial Avenue,
CAIKO. ILL! HO Irt,
C. CLOSE,
(ir.iii:it.vjL
Oommission Merchant
And Dealer fu
liinie, Cnmunt, LMa.stcr, Hair, &o. '
OHIO LEVEE.
GTr will Hell In ear load lots at iniinnlav.
tureis prices milling freltfhl.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
General (Jomnussion
FORWARO ING MERCHANTS,
Dealer III
HAY, COItN',
iATS, FLOUH, .
mi:al, uuax, c.
Agents for Laflia & Rand Powder Company.
COIt. TCXTH PT..V! oiuoi.r.VKi:,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
FORWARDING MERCH S,
Dealer in
FLOim, CORN, OATS, II AY, He.
Agents for Fairbauk'.s Scales
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
N . It. Thlktlewood. 1. .1. TlilHlewooil
TH1STLEWOOD &. CO.
OKNF.ItAIi
Commisssion Merchants',
L.-alem lu
l'lour, Ouru, Oats, lluy, &u
No. ;s onio levi:b,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS
Com?, HARRISON & CO..
(Suocessora loD. Uurd A tion.i
AND
Commission Merchants-,
ri,SJIi,ltAlN AMI HAT,
No 03 Ohio Lnvfw, CAIUO, ILLH
FRED. HOFHEINZ
CARRIAGE & WAGON ,
MANUaCTUHEE
BLACKSMITH1NG;
Sixth Strrot and Comiuorclnl Avcnai",
(Ml 110, ILLINOIS.
Spoelsl attention given to Uok; SwKU
andgeterf! repalrlnii. Ml-iW-in-
r
Urn..
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