jam LUMBER YARD,
COlt. SEVENTEENTH ST. AND COM
Tho undersigned liavlnj? established a
nw lumber sard in connection wiUi tuclr
?wmlimire prepared to furnlih 11 kinds of
building material, me h at
. . pine, cypress, poplar
And Ash Flooring, Siding. Celling. Ac.
Knii ntiMitlnn railed to our Menm-
loai, Wagon and Agricultural Implement
Material, which will bo furnished uu shurt
mifd-A in Inrtrn iiThtllnll nllatllltleS.
A large Moek of cheap lumb r on hand at
our mill, which will be sold at 3 to $10 per
thntiihbd In carload loti. AKo lath and
shingles furnltlicd In any quantity. ,
CHAS. IiA.NCA8TKlt & CO.
Cairo, 111., August 1, 1874. b-2-Sm
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
THE FOETY-FIFTH ANNUAL
SESSION of Studies in Iho
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
Wll begin on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER Ttti, 1S74.
For -Prospectus, Riving tormi, instruc
tloni to paronis, vc, ,u "
REV. JOS. O. ZEALAND, S. J.,
St.LouIs VDlronltx, St. Louis, Mo.
R. SMYTH & CO.
No. GO Ohio Levco,
Boot & Slioe
netwooe Tenth and Eleventh Streets,
In prepared to All order without delay,
lie has a line stock of imrcrttd leather on
hand. Just received from (WYcrk, and hat
put down the prices to tyo lowc.t notch.
' 8- 2m
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Wbolosalo and llotail Dealers In
PUKE LAKE ICE,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kentucky.
Culro otllcc at Uuloii k. Wilson's, corner
Twelfth street and Ohio levee.
We will run an ico wagon throughout
cason, delivering pure Uko Ico in any ji
el tho city at the low est market price, a
olll also iurul.lt our friends outside thro
Willi Ico iiv tho cako or car load, packed
ww dust, for thlpmcnt to any distance. '
BKAL EBTATK AUKHCT.
J. Q. HARMAN &, CO.
IRIE3.AXI ESTA TB
And Land Agents ol tho Illinois Central and
iiurucgton unu ainouri it, it. Cos.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Loveo,
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
74 Ohio Levek, (Second Floor,)
Buy and Bell ItL'AL ESTATE, Pay TAXKb
Furnishes AbatucU of Title.
'633"Lund Conmil slouer.
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker k Hluke,)
PAINTS & OILS
TOT, WALL PAPER,
WINDOW GLASS, '
And the celebrated Illuminating
Broil' Building, 11th St. &. OometcUl Af
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Somebody to take from us n thousand hill
heads, good paper and fluely printed, for
?O.DU 10 4.UU.
One thousand statement printed at The.
iiuLLETiii onico tor f.i.su to l no.
One thousand note hoadt Minted at TnK
Hulls i in ofUce for sf 1.00 ; twothguiaudlor
One thouiand business cards, flue Hrlsfol
board, prlntod at Thk Bulmcti.v office lor
from 2.&0 to Pn.no. airortllng to 'e.
"WEDNESDAY. AVQVST ii, 1874.
Mail subicrlberi who find an X oppo
site tbclr nameion tho margain of their
pspor, or on tho wrapper, will understand
that it moans renewal on BferKSUN
that tho limn for which their paper was
paid is out, and our tormi aro 510.00 for
tho dally and $1.00 lor the wockly, IN
VARIANT IK ADVANCE.
ONK thouiand Chincio paraiols at
Hartman's, only twonty-Jlve cents each
Sullivan. Drugs, medicines, per
futusrr, ovorythlng In tho line, at T.
K. Sullivan's, 162 Commercial arcnuo.
Jelly l'H)RSH..-b'omethlng new in
tho Jolly Press line, at Honderson's, 100
Glass Fruit Iars. At
storo for 00 conts por doon, lets
two cans. Now is too time to buy.
Tiik Picnic Tbo Baptist have em-
ployed Frof. Elienlorg's brasi and string
band for tbolr picnic on Thursday to.
Excursion. Look out tor tho Baptist
Sunday School Batkot excursion to
Pleasant Grove, near F.ort Jefferson next
Thursday tho 13th inst. 8-7-tf
Souetiii.no New. Bucks Crystal
brilliant with glass oven doors. No oc
casion to have t urnt bread. Call and see
it at T. J. KehtuV. 87.0-10-tf
All the day boarders In tho city can
bo accommodated at tho St. Charles
hotel, with first-class board at second class
rates 70 4-IO-tf
CoNflHIfoloNAL COMVXNTIOK. ThO
Democratic Congressional Convention
for this (Eighteenth) district will be
hold at Anna on tho third day of Sep.
To Bk Kei'airkd. Tho flsg-staff in
tho custom houio yard, which was somo
tlmo since demolished by lightning, is to
bo repaired. Jim Sutnmorwoll, tho chanv
plon houso movor, has tho job.
GahM Cans I Cans I Quarts, ono dol
lar por dozen; half gallons, ono Dlty
per dozon ; mado of best material nnd
grooved soams; at Uondorson's, 100 Com
morclal avonuo. 62.8-8-lm
,. .TT.tjiiyueimavniBj' DO found
In his oillco at any timo ; extracts tooth at
all hours day or niubt. Otllco at MO
Commercial avenue, between 8thand Oih
The Best. Tho gonoral verdict is
that T. K, Sullivan's soda wator is the best
In tbe city. Try It. No. 1D2 Coramor.
cial avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
O.vk thousand yards two-inch groH
grain ribbon, all colors nnd warruntod all
silk, at ilftoon cents a yard. Ooo-mcb,
samo ribbon, for ten cents a yard at
Ilartman'e. SG 7-UO-tf
New Builbi.no. Kov. Ohas. Caldwoll,
pastor of tho Fifteenth Stroet Baptist
church, Is building a new rosidonco on
ashlngton avenue, between Thirteenth
and Fourteenth streets. Tho building Is
to be a two-story frame, twenty by thirty
Fearful Accident. A dispatch from
at. John's to Iialllday, received at a late
hour last evening, announces that one of
tho boilers at their works there blow up at
about five o'clock, killing four men and
dangerously wounding two others. No
further particulars were received.
Another Match. AVe understand
Mohm. Garland nd Boyd have agreed
to mako another trial of their hklll at
pigeon shooting. Tho match will ha for
Ufty dollars a side, and como off at tbo
samo place ns the former mutch.
All persons indebted to Wall & Ent
ibut do uot tunica auulomunt before tho
16th day of August will find their no
counts In the hands of Kiqulre Bross for
collection. Wall iV Ent.
Watermelons. There havo not been
so many melons olTured for salo in
this markut for several yuars previous.
The greater portion uf them como from
tbe sundy regions or Mississippi county,
Missouri. Tho ruling price li frtn ten
o fifteen conts apiece.
Tickets fur the basket picnic to Fun
Jeirron on Thursday, lflth Init., may be
found at the lol.uwinc places: Schuh's
urug sioro, John Antrim's, M. .1. Mc-
Gauloy's drugstore, J. II. Metcall'j gro
eery, ArtorV Cos grocery. Lancaster's
lumber yard, and of tbe members of the
Baptist Mission Sabbath cbool.
Fink Gun. Breech loader, Kebound
ing Locks, Laminated Steel Barrels with
latest Improvements. On exhibition and
for salo, at Honry'a Hardware Store
corner Commercial avenue nnd Eighth
HAKKKV. Mr .Intcil.
Hnn..l.. 1... . , . m
iRKen charge of this
charge of this woll
Known cs'-atiishment, nnd will,
ho nblo to supply tho
choice bread, Including
Bouton, Brown and Graham bread. hM,..
cakss and confuctlonarles of oyry do-J
scriptlon. Being nn experienced rntl
skilful baker, Mr. llonekor will not fail to
satisfy nil who patronizo Mm. MO
Washington avenue. f)8'7-J-lm
Pmvatk Hoarding. Mrs. J. W. Car
michaol having taken the largo heusa nt
tho corner of Sixth street and Washing
ton nvonup, Is prepared to
furnish privnto boarding to n
limited number of eithor ladles and gen
tlcmon, or to gontlomen nnd their wives.
Tbe houio is very pleasantly located and
convenient to tho business partot tbocity.
Tho rooms nro large, niry mil woll
lighted. For further information inqi'lro
at tho house.
Si.v Isvory much tho ofl'sprlnc of phys
ical ill-health and foablo stomachs. Dur
ing ono-tbird of our timo tho proccisos of
digestions must go on in our bodies, and
If tho stomach nnd bcwols aro not well
nothing Is woll. To be dyspeptic Is tho
foundation of fevors and diseases of tho
blood, liver, skin and kldnoyi. Dysnop-
sla invarsably yealds to tho virtues of tho
vcgotiblii ingrodients contained that great
purifier of the blood and rostoror of health,
Dm. Walkkh's California Yinsciah
Ehi.kus to lit Patboxs, and tiik
General Puiilio, Greetiso. I vory
rcspoctfutly solicit n continuance of tho
favors of my patrons and invito the pat-
rot) Ago of tho public, but I wish old
patrons and translont patrons todfslinctly
understand that 1 work for money and
not becauso of u philanthropic dosire to
shoo and boot my fellow men without
money and without prlco, and that, there
fore, if any old patron or now patron,
desiring shoes or boots, has not tho pecu
niary ability to pay for the work ordorod
when done, he is requested to pass on to
somo other shoemaker. 1 want no old
patrons cr now patrons who will not pay
Those who ara willing to pay will find it
to their intorest to patronize me, bectuie
I keep on hand tho best of stock, do the
best of work, give tbo best of fits nnd
work for tho lowest of prices.
8-0 3w Eiilei'.s,
Twentieth Stroet, between l'oplar nnd
Personal Mattkhs, Ex-Judge Mc-
Orltc, late ot the Alexander County Court
was in tha city yesterday.
Mlno host Wilcox of tho St. Charloi
hotel, will toavo to-dnv fjr Vermont on tv
viilt to his mother.
Tho St. Charles hotel is now the
ploatant homo of four new brides nnd
Maj. n. L. Morrill, Superintendent
and Mh). A. B. Satlbrd, Kacoivor, of tho
C. and IV. H. P. aro solournlnc at tho
B. B. Tho Mound City and Cairo base
ball clubs play n match game in this city
to-morrow afternoon ,on tho groundj near
Col.E.D. Frost, Manager; Capt J.S
Mann, Asiistant Superintendent, nnd Col
8. B. lteed, Ohlof Engineer of tho St,
x..u, nMn. nd Now.Orlnani rllroa,V.
A. Mitchell, Superintendent i. u. iv.
and Vv. O. Broughton, Superintendent
of tho Cairo Short Lino, are registered
at tho St. Charlos.
...uug moi.. , n, r.rrlvals
at tbo St. Charlos yesterday were It li
Townos and T F Bouton, Jounsboroj Hon
Mat J Inscoro, Anna; lMcbard Sanolson,
8t Louis; II E Motzer. Chicago; II K Bur-
nott, St Louis; W II Bennett, Louisville;
C Eustor, Now Orleans.
W o toko pleasure in stating that wo havo
in Cairo an establshment which few cities
of its eir.o can boast of. Mr. Max
Kuohne, corner of Thirteenth and "Wal-r
nut streets, has juit comploted n churcV.
organ for tho .German Luthorau church
on Thirteenth stroot, which is pronounced,
by parties that understand organ music,
a grand success. Mr. Kuohno is
an orcan buildor bv trade, nnd
has served au apprenticeship ot seven
years with ono of tho best organ buildors
in Europe. Ho Intends to devoto nil bis
time to organ building and molodeon tun
ing. The people ot Cairo havo co
often been disappointed by partloa coming
hero and claiming to be competent mon
in tuning and repairing, that Mr.
Kuohno did not dare to ask tho patron
age of the pooplu before hu could give
proof of what ho could do. All roferonco
he glvos is the organ built by blm for the
Gorman Lutheran church, and any partUs
lntorcstsd will altor seeing and hearing
the nbovo named organ, fool satiifled that
thoy cannot truit their initru
mints to bettor hands than his.
He now wishes to solicit tho patronage of
tho citizens of Cairo, and thoy can rctt
assured that ho will ctvo satisfaction in
very particular. Terms liberal.
The large.t nnd best-x-luvtod stock
of FU11N1TUHK for snle at wholofrilo
and retail by HKNKY EICHIIOFF, No.
110, Commercial avonuo.opposlto Suvunth
For Halk ".'UO dozen one fimrt lrmt
cans at 1 per dozen ; half gallon cans nt
11 60 per dozen, ull f goud tin with
grooved suuini, manufactured and fur sulo
by A. llalluy, ICS Wm'liinglon avenue,
nuur Tenth street, 8-7-17-lni
Delta CiciAhn Mr. T. E. .Sullivan,
drugKit, 10'j Commercial avenue, has
something new la the whj- of cigars. Ho
Is now selling a brand ot his own cnlkd
tho Delta, put up In haiidsomo package,
mado of the vory best tobacco, and sold
for nvK cents onch. Those who eniuko
tbom will ngrce with us in saying that
they are far superior to most of tho ton
oont cigars sold in this market. Try tho
The oarnor suop is on .no rornor ot
Eighth stroot nnd Commercial avonuo
wbcro J,Goorgo Stionbouso with his gen.
Unmanly assistants can be found at any
hour of tho day or night, rundv to soothe
your feelings with a smooth nhavo, or cool
your temper aud head with u good sham
poo. It is a flret-olais shop, and you aro
sure of recelviug flrst-olasa treatment.
Ladles' uni chlldron'a hair cut or curlod
ftertho most approv id (tv E-l-t
TIIK BADIOAL COUNTY CO .ft VEN
APPOINTMENT OF DELEGATES
TO THE CONGEKSSIONAL AND
VENTIONS. Tho Alexander County Republican
convention for tbo purpose cf solcctlng
dulogatos to tho conventions to bo hold at
Mound City to-morrow, to nominate a
candidate for congress and for tho staio
loglslaturo, asiomblel at tbo court bouso
in this city yostorday afternoon at -;30
At tho hour nbovo mcnllonod, Maj, Goo.
Fisher, chairman of tho county republi
cs central commlttoo. mounted tho
Judgo't stand and called tho
CONVENTION TO oRDEn.
Somo ono in tho convention, we could
not tell from what quarter of tho houio it
proceeded, nominated Capt. John. B
Phillis for chairman of the convention.
Cnpt.Phillls declined to act.
Elder DavIi then nominated Capt. J. B.
Thlstlowood for chairman.
Tho motion was put nnd Capt. Thlstlo
wood was doclarcd tho chairman by a
On taking tho chair the Captain said :
Gentlemen of tho convention This is
turprlio to mo, and I thank you for tlo
onor ronforred on me.
Lioutenant Cbas. F, Nellis nominated
Elder Davis for secretary.
The Elder declined to servo, giving as
reason that ho would probably leavo
tho convention beforo it had cnmnletod
its labor. At this remark some people
in tho houso were unkind enough to hint
that bo intondod to eecodo from the con
vention if ho could not shape its action
to suit his desires.
Elder Dvrls nominated Corporal Cas
per Yolt for secretary.
Corporal Yost declinod, but the nomina
tion being ratified by a unanimous vote
of the convention he consonted to servo.
The officers of tho convention having
been selcctoJ, Captain TbUllowood an
nounccd the convention ready for tbe
transaction of such buslnoss as should
come before it.
Col. "Wtlbridgo moved that i
commlttoo ot fivo be nppolntod to solect
delegates to repreiont tho Republicans
of Alexandor county in the conventions
to bo hold at Mound City on Thursday
Capl. Phillis 1 second that motion.
The chair put the motion, which was
lost by n decided uihjority.
Maj. Fisher I oall for a dlviilon.
Col. John Wood Mr. Chairman, tt
docision being once declared by the chair.
tho cftll for a division is out of ordor.
Tho chair sustained CoV Wood's posl
Wo'od'a-s a KrllorUliVlfli 3.tH
whether to the congressional or ropreion
Col. "Win. T. Scott nominated Col. G.
Elder Davis nominated Mnj. Fisher.
MnJ. Fisher, in search of information,
akod to be informed which of tho con
ventions he was nominated to attend.
Col. McKoalg I understood Lieut.
Nellij to my Iho congrcssiennl conven
tlon. Lieut. Nclhs I meant to say both con
ventions. If I did not suy both I meant
Maj. Fisher ilr. Chairman, 1 move to
appoint sepcrato dologatlons to each con
vention. Col. McKoalg 1 socond tho motion.
Copt. Win, AVolzsl Mr. Chairman, the
whole business 1 out of or J or.-
Ma. Fisher I call for a riling vote.
The chair ordored that a rising voto
should bo taiten, and instructed Corporal
Yost to count tbu noses.
The voto being taken ns ordered, tho
motion to bcloct sepsrato delegations was
lost two to ono.
Col. WoodMr. Chairman, I move to
nornlnnto and elect twelve delegates to
tho congressional no! representative con
Eldor Davis Mr, Chairman, I supposo
tbo nominution of tho two gentlomon
which took place a moment ngo is out of
Tho utlenti. u of tho chair boing dl
verted, no reply was mado to Klder Da
The following gentlemen were then
nominated nnd elected delegates to re-proH-nt
Aloxander county in tho Congros
ional and EcpruionUtivo Convention to
bo hold nt Mound City to-morrow.
G. W. McKoalg,
J- B. 1'hilll.
John T. JUnnlo,
H- W Aliller,
.1. J. Bird,
Harry O' Bryan,
Mr. Chairman, I movo
wo now proceed to nornlnnto twelve men
to nt BHtltornates.
The motion was adopted, nnd tbu fo.
lowing gentlemen ohcteu :
R. W. Milior, Warren Wolms.
Ohas. F. Nellif. L W. Bristol,
W. T. Scott,
John McEwen, Sen.
J., I . UHVII,
Col. Wood Mr.
Chairman 1 movo
the secretary bo instructed to prepare tho
noconary credentials for tho delegate, so
tbnt they may go to tho convention
Capt. Wm. Wetzel Mr. Chairman, I
move the dolegates to the congroi-Bional
convention bo instructed to CMt.tho voto
of Alexander county olld for Hon. Isaac
Capt. l'hlllls I iccond the motion.
Tho cimlr put fio motion, which wnB
carried by a unanimous vote.
MOTION TO ADJOURN.
Col. Wood Mr. Chairman, I movo we
Elder Davis I socond tho motion.
A NEW CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
Maj. Fisher Mr. Chairman, boforo
putting thnt question, I hopo tho conven
tlon will appoint a now contrnl commit-
too. Several cf the old committee Hro
dead, and scvoral havo movod away. I
reel that thoro ought to bo a now com
mlttoo appointed. I tboreforo tnovo that
now committco bo appointed.
Ool. Wood I movo tho chair appoint a
comniltloo of throo to soloct n contral
Tbo chair nppointod Col. John Wood,
Msj. Flihor and Capt. J. B. Phillis as
such commlttoo. Tho conllomon named
thon withdrew to selost a new contral
Capt. William Wotzel said Mr. Chair-
man, if tho Convention is onen for bus!-
oss, I would like to know it.
Elder Davis Whilotho Commlttoo are
absent, Mr. Chairman, I think it would be
taking an unfair advantago of them for
tho Convention to transact buslnoss.
Capt. Wetzel I movo tho delegates
to tbe representative convontlon be In
tructcd to cast the voto of ibis County fcr
Hon. M. J. Inscore of Union county for
Capt. Thlstlowood The chair hardly
thinks it In ordor to put the motion until
the commlttoo now out bis returned into
Elder Davis Mr. Chairman, ns I un-
orstand it, you do not entertain that mo
Tho chair nodded Its hoad.
return or the committee.
Col. Wood, Maj. Fllher and Capt
rnillis Having concluded their labors re
turned into tho convention nnd reported
tho lollowlng central committee:
Committeemen at Large Col. John
Wood and John Tyler.
youth Cairo precinct W. L. Brlitol,
J. .1. Bird and '.. li. Mathuss.
North Oairo-Cospor Yost, 0. F. Nol
lis, John Gladney and James A. Phillis.
Unity Jacob Higgle.
Hngiewood Clif. JlitjIowooJ.
Clear Creek R. A. Edmondion nnd
lames L. Saundors.
Thcbes-B. F. Brown.
Santa Fo Win. Ireland.
Gooio Island and Dog Tooth precincts
were lott blink, tho membors from threo
precincts to bu named horcaftur.
On motion of Elder Davis the report o
the committco was received and adupUd
and the committco discharged.
ANoniKii attempt to adjourn.
Elder D&vis I move wo now adjourn
The motion was put and lost by a do
Tuo chair Mr. Wetzel's motion is i.ow
Capt. Wetzel I movo tho delegates to
the roprosontativo eonventlon bo in
structed to cast tho vote of this county
for M. J. Inscoro.
Tho motion being rirbmitted to the con
vention, was carrlod by a voto of two to
After fome furthor remarks by Kldur
man Thlitlewood and others on tbu sub
ject of Instructing the dolegates to tbe
representative convention, during which
Eldor Davis took occasion to exprots bis
disapprobation of tho action of tbo con
vention In to instructing the delogates,
Mr. Inscoro, who was present, was
called upon nnd reipondod in a few woll
limed aud appropriate remarks, thinking
the convention for Its instruction in his
favor, and pledging himself to do his duty
as far as lay in his lowor toward his con
At tho conclurivo of Mr. lnscoro's re
marks tho convention adjournod.
ON HIS TRAVELS.
lino. Obkklv. In my last I
oil in Michigan. Soon after
arrived at Detroit
when nt i p.m. wo boardod tho Putman
Palaco car on tho Grand Trunk Road,
The conductor, Mr. L. P. Roberts, we
found to be n very kind and obliging gen
tleman, doing all he could for our comfort
At 10 p.m. we crotsod the St. Clair
rlvor to barnia, after which wo wont to
our couch for tbo night. Morning found
us safo in Torontn, where wo got a fine
broakfast. At half-past seven we wore off
again, riding most of the day in sight of
Lake Ontario, through a country that
grows barley, spring wheat, oats and peas
but no corn or wintor wheat. At 3 o'olock
Kingston was culled out. and twenty
minutes for dinner, where wo got an
other good, square meal, Then off again,
down by the St. Lawrence toward Mon.
trcul wo went at a fastor rato than ever.
the roud lining much better and no dust to
speak of. At 8:30 wo arrived at
Montroal, took up our abodo at tbe
American Hotel, which charges 52,00 per
day In Canada money, and givts ns good
faro as ono need ask for, Aftor a good
night's rost, Wednesday morning after a
good breakfast, we startod to soo what
thoro wai of Interest in Montreal, and
first visited tho French Cathodral, with its
lofty towers moro than 200 feet high, In
one of which hangs tbo largest
boll on the Amoricau Continent
woighlng noarly 30,000 lbs,, and In the
others several smaller ones, constituting
ono of tbo most musical posl of bells ever
hcaid. Gobu, another French Cathordral
contains tho most attractive frescoes
and paintings I have ever seen. Tho ex
ternal architecture would never indicate
such Internal beauty, Christ Church Catbe
dral, an English church, Is n flno speci
men of Gothic architecture. From the top
of the tower of tho French Cathodral
can bo soon nil tha points of intorest, the
Victoria Undue, Placo D'Armes, Youni;
-Mcn'a.CJirilllan Association building, and
In fact, tho whole city Is at your feet.
Prices vary un silks, velvets, Jacei, oto.,
from those of tho States about 76 por cent.
Tho people aro kind to strangors and
ready to answor ;nll your questions, I
Will now leave you and write moro wheu
I roach the end of my pilgrimage.
. Police Court. It was officer Woolen
who arrosted Davcny Johuson, a colored
man who domicilii! at tho corner of Seven
teenth and Poplar stroot, for whipping his
wife. Mrs. Johnson Is n little suspicious
that Davcny does not regard his marriago
vows ns boing sacrod, nnd ns Mrs. Tiiton
would say, has beon runnlnc after
'atrango women." On Thursday evening
Davonoy, ns usual, wont home after his
day's work, and had no monor entorod
tho houso than Mrs. Johnson com
menced to berato him for his supposed
shortcomings. Daveney stood It alt
vory qulotly for awhlloj but II Mrs,
lohnion had boon watching him closely
sho would havo seen by tho light of his
orow that n storm was browlntr. and un-
less iho solWud her manner towards him
It would loin break out, nnd then woo to
nor, Bbo contlnuod. huwever. until
Davony could stand no moro. Ho pounced
upon hor, and If sho noverfelt tho weight
ot ilavony's lists befuro she felt them
thon. Ho beat, klckod and culTod hor,
until tho uolghbors Interfered and
scparAtod them. Just about this time,
officer Woolen put in nn appearance, and
took tho olfcndlng Daveney Intocustody
Yesterday morning ho was taken before
Judge Brosi, who, after hearing tbo svl
do n co In tho caso, Qnod him ton dollars,
and costs of proceedings, which added to
the flvu mado tho total amount $18 '20,
Being unable to settlo with tho court,
Davnny was sent to tho city jull for nine
John uorrnan, a sectien band on
tbo Cairo, Arkansas and Texas railroad,
camo to town two or throo days ago, and
got on a sproe. Night before lait ho was
arrestod by Constable Gladney and taken
to tho lock up, Ytsterday morning he
was taken befrro Judgo Brois for trial.
He applied for a change of venue to Bud
which was granted. But German had
beon drunk and thore wai no way of got
ting out of It, nod Bird lent biin to the
calaboose for three days.
Many who aro suffering from tho effects
of the warm weather and aro debilitated
aro advised by physicians to tako moder
ate amounts of whisky two or thrte
times during tbe dny. In a little while
tho.o who adopt this advlco frequently in-
cri'kie tho number of "drinks," and In
time become confirmed Inebriates, A
beverage that will not create thirst for in
toxicating liquors, and which it Intended
especially (cr tbe benefit of debilitated
persons, whether at home or abroad, is Dr.
Schcnck's Soa Weed Tonic. Containing
the juices of many medicinal herbs, Ibis
prepuratlou does not create an
appetito for tbo intoxicating cup.
The nourishing and the life-
supporting prjpcrtlos of many valuable
natural productions contained in it and
well-known to medical men, havo a moil
strengthening Influcnco. A single bottle
of the Tonic will demonstrate its value-
nblo qualities. For debility arising from
sickness, overexertion or any cause what
ever, a wine glasnlul of Sea Wesd Tonic
takon after meals will itrengthen the
stomach aud creato an nppoUtu for whole.
lomo loru. iu nil i,o are about leaving
their homes, we doiiro to say that the ex
cellent ellects of Dr.Schenck's seasonable
romedici, a Wood Tonic and Mandrake
Fills, are particularly evident when taken
by tboso who are Injuriously afl-jctod by
a change of water and diet. No person
should leavo home without taking a sup
ply of theso safeguards along For sale
by all druggists.
HaiiOTiT Colleegp, nuntr, Indiana
Next term begiin .September Oth, 1S71,
Two full courses, clu-lcal and .Hcientilli
with prcpatory department, Full faculty,
Tuition free. Boarding a lou u elsewhere,
lor Information or catalogue apply to Rev
G.C. HECK.MAN, D. 1). I'rc-iilent.
nn ftl : it,- to b'oj.r fr m jmr H; 1 c
rpuiifcl tlle))l4 ntd' nomMi!K. I .
fnl-'j via, hi-fi ' " "Gtv,-
1,1,. nn , .. ii, ,1I '11 -.ll 1 VrUU. "
rvM ":.:" n'."if ,t
pal: . ' Li d ii' lit-) a that I! a
in nro ilennvc-d f their t'ft t, l"
iroilte. li:f en a one sonii n
i thoit J'-ar liana. I rtd -vtwi
6 ihi-i.i.. iiv-l i. iwj i it 4r1!i
i , -. - .i:
- (4.1 I I",, II ' VV ' s Al,.
-' ii ' i- , Feb. I. I
Uu.'j 1.1' SV lire 1)ivjii( is.
u' W I r I u
dowi i i ( I iioni j .-l ctf f)
'B..-ru I v uf 1 I,- . i
Ulltlll VOtl han ivamtnid tin, link- rum.
plete and largest stock ofOonfectloiiery over
kept In Cairo. Kverv ilciler should know
he can buy Cheaper iind Better goodi where
they are iiiudc, than Irotu second hand ileal
em. Rcmeinlicr thoro in hut ono place to do
HOSE & TEMLIE
Manufacturers, Wholesale and
Rotail Dealers in
No. 172 AVashlngton Ave.
I.OOktOVOIir interest anil Inn- .llrnnl
thn only MiiniilacturlnL- Cnnini,ilnii.,i j i
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
Krctiili'f mill Wholesnlo Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUORS AND WINES.
NO (11, OHIO LEVEL',
CAIRO, .... it IS
VvILLlAhi If. SMITH, M, D.
RKSLDEEGK-No. m. Tinn ..
between Wabbilictou avonuo n ml w.inn
tlraot Oillco lllfl.coiamerclal venue, up
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. MILLER, President, St
J. M. PIIILLIP.S, Vice President,
C1IAS. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLT MADE
K'CHAN(li:.ioln.ti:iiikiiiitH s id United
oimcti rccuruica ootiglil aim sold.
Interest allowed on tlmo deposits.
THE CITY NATIONAL
n it irvi
W. P. HALLIDAY. l'rc.ldenl:-
siititkiii is ii ' sa
A. It. HAFFOHD, Cashier;
WALTKR II Ydl.OP, An.l.tant Cashier.
tl. I,. IIALI.IDAV, W. 1'. IIAI.MIIAY.
0. 1). Williamson, Niki'Hk.n llint,
A. 11. aAKS-OUD.
r.xcuniicc. coin nnn unittni: stair
liotiut liouglit and Hold.
iir.i uai i n rvceivcu.anu a general iianain
i.iKTrn ... till 1 u l. u l tri unu iAri
i-.ii I r.iLriii.ir. liji v i n i in lmLiii
ClIAUTEHED MARCH 111, 1800.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAI1U
A. B. SAFKOItl). President !
H. 8. T A VI.OR. Vlce-l'reildeiit ;
II. 11 Y8LUP, hecretary and Treasure
M. BaRCLAV, ClIAa.GALIOHEH,
M. 810CKKI.ETH, Paul (. 8ciiun.
II. CUNMNnilAM, H. h. HALLIDAY,
J. M. I'llILLII'S.
INTEREST paid on depoIU at the r
ot six per cent, per annum, March 1st- ai
Selitemoer Ul. mierrsi noi wunurawu,
added lmmedlatcly to the principal of l
deposit, thereby giving thtin cotnpou
UAKr.IKI) WOMEN AU I. IU l.n II -.1
CAN 1IRAW IT.
Open every business day from 0 a. m. t
p.m., and nntu.ilay evenings lor savings i
iionita only, iroin u io ,i o uocsc
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer tn
No. 70 Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILI
3J"iieulal attention given
menu nnd Qlltuji order.
Cairo Box and Basket C
01' AU. KINDS, II A HI) AND HOI"
Keep conetantly on hand
Mill and Yard, Cnn,".4tl,T Sln
' J and Ohio Levee.
All cutaneous eruptions on tho face
AN IMPUHK CONDITION t
and this may, or way not be MCROKULa; I
In cither i-nte the dlst-ai-c is nothing mi
than un Insidious Poison that
BURNS LIKE A TERRIBLE FIR
as itcoureci through the veins, sowing set
ot d.cnth Willi every puliation,
In this condition of things something
needed at oiico to cleanse the b'ood sue
SCOVILL'S BLOOD AN
will positively clTcct this desideratum,
pelling every trace of dlnease from tbe bio
and system, aud leaving the bLIii
SOFT, FAIIt AND BKAUTfFUi
Hundreds of certificates attest Its valu
Price 1 per bottle.
.Mill 1 , . II r. VII 1 11111.1 KTV- 1 I
TAIT1T 11 Mn.Hk.. .
8 and 9 Uollcgo Placo, Nw York.
ALSO PIIOPIIIETORS OP
Hall's Balsam for the I.ungy,. Carbolic Salv
Eddy's Cnrbolle Troches, Oxygen
uti'd Bitters for Dyipeiisla,
I)r. Moll's Liver Pills 1
Dr. Roger's Vegetable Worm
Syrup. Dr. ilrnnott.a Sura limit), in 1
Ratu, Mice, and Vermin, Russia HalrDvi
Etc., Etc, Etc.
POIl SALE BY ALL DRUCIGISTf
DR. W. 13LAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.:: )
iii iii mi un:
3uaer Block (up stairs). cornsr Bth Bin !
wd WMhlugtoa Avonuo. (
M-31-tf, CAIRO, ILLINOIB.
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