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KEW ADVERTISEMENTS
or
Politics for 1874,
BY
HON. EDWARD McWIEIlSON,
CUrU f Stute of Jlyrttcntatterti U. 8.
Tkls ACCURATE and IMPARTIAL Volume
tires toe xeoiABBCORD on the "Increase of
lalarr AofauU Its repojl, on Transports
Moo, Civil rtfa-hi. and Financial guctIon.
Includinr the net ol 1602 creating "Legal
Tenders " nnd coin Interest ol Bonds, nnd
the Taiious Expanding and Contracting acta
stace. President Uraxt's Messages and
Memorandum, Interview. Letters, Pro
clamations, and Action In Alabama, Arkan
sas, Louisiana and Texas. Supreme Court
Decisions. Illinois and Wisconsin Itallroad
Laws, Constitutional Amendment, made
and pending. In States, nnd Nation. "Hack
par Btatlsilcs, Tables ol Appropriation",
haht r.laeilnns. Ctirrencv Distribution by
States and sections, Ac. lnvnluablo for
campaign. ClovU, ?'i.W, iioiit-ijaW.
Address GEO. FRS. DAWSON,
r. O. Box m, Washington, 1). 0.
NEW LUMBER YARD.
COR.'.SETESTEESTII ST. AXD COM.
MERCIAL AVE.
Th Knil.ralrrnail 'tiav'ni? established
tn Inmhrr Yard In connection Willi their
sawmill, are prepared to furnish all kinds of
building tnatemi, sucn as
PINE, CYPRESS, POPLAR
And Ash Flooring, SMInc Celling, Ac.
flnaclal attrnlinn ll raited to our fctealli
boat, Wagon nnd Agricultural Jmjliiiui
a . T a . a t . . nam lahnil tilt aliiTrf
uUm 111 Jaor ormmtl qutuillU.
JL Urn took of cheap timber on hand at
mvrmtU, u filch "111 bo fold at ti to $10 per
Iboufuuicl in carload lota. Alro lath and
shingles furnished In any quantity.
CIIA8. LANCASTER & CO.
Cairo, HI., August 1 , 1874. B-Wm
T. J. KERTH,
Successor to
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.,
Dealer jn
HOLLOW WARE &0-,
Manufacturer and Jobber of
TIN, SHEET IKON and COFPER
WARE.
rumps, Bird Cages. Ico Cream Freeze
Water Coolers, Wire Cloth Tor Wld
dow Screens. Japaned Ware,
Etc., Etc.
TIN EOOPING
Guttering- and Joh Work
MADK A SPECIALITY.
Agent lor tho
Iron Roofing
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,
The best Iron Itoonng In tho Market.
Orders from Abroad will Hccclve Prompt
Attention.
All work done with Dispatch and Wrtrran
teel to give Satisfaction.
LVHI1ZI,
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
SKAUeRSIN
LUMBER
Ol' ALL- KINDS, HARD AND BOIT,
Keep constantly on hand
FLOORING SIDING.
ALSO, LATH,
Mill ,a v.i I Connor 34th Streot
' i and Ohio Lovee.
WALL &, ENT,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LlBIBEll km LATH,
CAIRO, ILLS.
POPi4AB,OAK, Oi-PBUH, ASH, GUM
WllUflWUUU, BlJlt-
FACED LUMBER.
DRESSED PINE, AUH AND POP.
LAB FLOORING. OEILNG AND
1 BIDING.
. I3"6fflce at saw mill on corner of Tivai
,3ri" "tand Ohio Levee.
STt LOUIS JJNIYERSITY.
THE FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL
SESSION or Studies In tbo
. ST. J.OUJS UNIVERSITY
Will begin on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7Ui, 1874.
SCtUI, Kivlne tnrtni (nitrno.
tlons to parents, Ac, Ax., apply to or
t4usv m
REV, JOS, G, ZEALAND, S. J.,
Freildent.
St. Louis University, HI, Louis, Mo.
2 1.7.i7-d&w.lm
(sIHkScv
rss W&m
;)te ul I fttnt
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
WANTED.
Hill Stuv.t.
V
from tin
hcnus, good paper
93.M to 4 00.
and Unci) printed, lor
Htnteillrnt..
Ono thousand rtatcmenti printed at TrtE
IlULLKTIN Olllco lor $3.W) to 1 00.
Nnttt llcnl.
One thousand note heads printed at Thk
llUl.l.k iiM ofllue lor $1X0; twothuusiiidfor
0.00.
CnrdN.
One thousand limlncM card, One Bristol
board, printed nt Tin: Bulletin offlco lor
from ?2.N) to ?fl 00, nccordlng to size.
Fill DAY, AUGUST 21,1874.
Hememuer ths convention at tho court
houso to-morrow at two o'clock.
Mem', bnts worth S2 25 at Elliott A'
Haythorn's for 51. lw
Peiuomal. Dr. Condon of Anna, was
in town yoitorday.
Oali. early if you vrlth to got n lint ut
a groat barcaln at Ki.i.iott & Hay
thorn's lw
"Wanted. A good cook nnd alio
nursoglrl. Apply to Du. iiitu,
77-8-21-tl' .No. ill, Tliirteonfh itroct.
Ten dozon boy's lints worth (1 76
npleco will bo told for 10 cents each at
Elliott & Jiaytiiorn's C5-8-l8-lw
Court. Probate court atremblcd at
tho usual hour yesterday morning, but
without transacting biuineu adjournsd
until nlno o'clock to-day.
Pound. On tho wharfboat, a ring with
four keys, Including night latch nnd poit
olfloo hoy. Tho owner can bars thorn by
oalllngstTuc Bulletin office nnd pay.
Ing sevoaty-flvo cents.
Just recolvcd at Elliott & Ilaylborn's
tho best stock of Children's and Mince
shoos over brought to Cairo. Thoio goods
hro of tbo very best in alto nnd will bo sold
cheap for caili.
Puiilic Examination. Thera will bo
a public examination of teachors hold In
tho High School building at Cairo, on
Friday and Hilurday tho 4th and 5th or
deplcmbor. Mns. P. A. Taylor.
7-l-'J0-l!t County Superlutondent.
Mocwlkk. Pat. Jilocklur'. new houso
on Commercial avenue.ncar Fourth strjot,
Is roady for tho woathcrboardlng. It is
two stories, and when llnlabed will con
tain about night rooms and will bo occu
pied as a boarding house.
ATTENTION Bin KNIOIITH. 1 CU BTO
courtcoujly ranuestod to moot on tho
papado-ground, In front of tbo Custom
Houio, on this Friday ovening, at seven
o'clock, equipped with sword and bolt for
tho purpoao of drill, lly order of K. O.
78.8-iil-lt J kwuet Wilcox,
Itocorder.
IUm.K. Tho raflle for an olegant
mirror will tako place at tho Planters'
Houso to-morrow (Saturday) evening.
Tho chances nri neitrly all takun, nnd a
grand lunch will bo apruad, to which all
aro invited. '-'l-2t
The Convention. ltomombsr tho con
vention to aibomblo nt tho court homo to
morrow at two o'clock. Attend.
Fon Rent. Tbo undorsignod has three
flrit-class rosldoncns, two on Crohs and
one on Elovonlh Btrcot, for runt. Excel
lent citterns, out-houtcs, nnd nil other
convonionces. Just put 'Into lluo ordor,
Enqulroof G. W. McKeaio, P. M.
CI)-S.l'J-2w
Son il. Hall. A social bll will bu
given on Monday veuing, August Hit t
by Mrs. John Cshill nt her now home nt
tbocornor of Soventconth street and Com
morclal avenue; to which shu Invites nil
her friends. Come one, come all, nnd on.
joy a ploaiant ovonlng. 7S-6-"l-3t
Did Not Go. Wo wero mistaken
wbon wo announced tnat Mr. Safl'ord, re
ceiver, H. L. Morrill, superintendent and
Mr. Goodrich, uenural freight ngont of
tbo Cairo nnd Vincennes railroad had
gono to Littlo Rock on business for tho
road. They havo postponed tho trip for
week or two.
On account of failing honlth. Mrs. C
McGco is compollod to glvo up business
lornBOnson In ordor to visit tbo springs.
To do this It is necoisary that sho should
colloct all small, outstanding accounts,
and sho earnestly roquoits nil Indies who
know themtelvoi to bo lndobted to hor to
call nnd eettlo na soon r.a nosslblo nnd
without furtuiT notice. C3.8-lR.Ct
sealed l'norosAis. Sealed proposals
will bo received by tbo undcrsignod until
Monday, August 24lb, for 'tbo buildlug of
a brick residenco on Fifteenth itrwt, bo
twoon Cedar and Locust. Plans and
specifications cau bo examined nt tho
ofllco of Green & Wcod, 03 Ohio Lavce.
06-8-18-Ct John Wood.
Pjuvate JloAUDiNO, Mrs. J. W. Cr
mlcbaol hsvlngtakon tbe largo hcuso n
tbo cornor of Sixth ttruct and Wnshing-
ton nvoiiuc, is propnrod to
furnish privnto boarding to u
limited iiumbor of either lml and gen
tloincn, or lo gentlemen nnd tholr wivos.
Tho houso Is vory ploaiantly located nnd
convenient to tho huiineis part ot thocity.
ibo rooms aro large, airy nnd well
lighted. For further information mnulro
it the bouse.
In llaijcr. Tho trial ot Delta nn n
charge of murdor will cominonoo nt
Vienna, Johnson county, on next Mon
day. Business dull in all branches of
trade yesterday.
Dick Oweos has ben "taken in out of
tbe wet" nt last. Hherlll- irvln made up
his mind to capturo Owens and lie did it,
Rov. Charles Caldwoll, (colored) Is
building a two story frame houso on Wash,
jugton avenuo betwoen Thirteenth and
Fourteenth etreets.
, Almost Killed. On Wedneiday
ovonioK, at a festival clvrni by some col
ored people at Turner ball on Fourteenth!
tlH ot, a colord boy, nanm unknown, intt
with nn accidont which csmo near send
ing him to bis tact account. A bi swing
was In full blast, and tbolittlo fellow went
to run under It, wbon ono of tbo teats
caught him on tho baok of tho nock and
camo vory noar raising bis head ofi". Ho
wn. carried homo In an Insensible condi
tion, and It was somo limn boforo con
sciousness rnlurnol. Dr. Wnrdnor was
called, nnd at last accounts tho lad was in
n fair way to recover. .
PROBATE COURT.
Tho following business was traniactod
In tho probata court, Judgo ilrosi presid
ing, on Wednoiday :
Guardianship of Mary A. Jyncs, minor
holr of Jynoi, deceased. Petitlun
for lottors, Illram S. Williamson np-
polnlod guardian and jlven custody ol
said Mary A. Jynoi.
Uunrdinnshlp of Isaac U. Loo, minor
child of Elnha C. Lse. James Earnings,
guardian. Report mado, approved and
ordered recorded.
Eila'.e ol A. R. Wbittakar, deceased.
Ocorgo Fisher, administrator. Conilrma
lien ot ualo of real estate. Report of salo
of roal citato to pay dobts of said oitato
presented, approved and ordorod rocurdau.
Sama oitato. Admlnlilralor'i repori
approved and ordered recordod.
Estato of N. Smallenberg, decsssed.
"Widow's selection of personal property
as a part of hor epocitlc allowance ap
proved and ordered recorded.
Court assembled at the usual hour yes
teriay morning, but owing to tho nou-at-tendanco
ot parties cited to appear, ad
journod until nlno o'olock to-day.
TnK Convention. Remombor the con
vention to assemble at tho court houso to
morrow at two o'clock. Attend.
DICK OWENS.
HE WAS " WANTED" AND IKV1N
GOT HIM.
UOW HIS ARREST "WAS ACCOM
PLISHED.
Dick Owens, who for the last two years
was a fugltlvo from Justico, was at
lit caught on Wednesday night, and is
now info bohlnd tho bars in tho Aiexan
der county jail. Nearly two years ago
Owens stole n barrol and a half of whisky
from ono of the wharf boats, and the
grand Jury which met shortly afterwards
found a true bill against him for tbo thoft.
At tho time OwenH succeeded in making
his cicspo, and until recently kept at
a lone distance from Cairo well-knowing
that ir oven Shorlir Irvln or Deputy Cain
got their oyes on him ho would bo takon.
A dny or two since tbt) aheritl', who has
nil thu time known of Owons whereabouts
but waltod until ho would come nearer to
Cairo, rccelvod Information that Dick's
boat was anchored on tbo Missouri shore
between lilrd'a Polntand Norfolk. Doom
ing this as good nn opporunlty ns be
would have to taken him. Sheriff
Irvln nnd Doputy Cain nnd
Hon. Tbos. Wilson, at ton o'olock on
Wednoiday night, went down tho river in
a skiff, intonding to capture Owans at all
hitr-ards. On arriving at tbo boat ll was
found that Dick had gone out on tome
sort of nn oxpedltien, nnd it was deter
mined to wait for his roturn. Accerd-
Inirlv tho sherlfl's party concealed their
ski lfbotween tho boat nnd tbe river sank
and then lay down behind the guards on
tbo boat to await tbe coming of their game.
This was about eiovon o'clock, and
it was not until between one and two
o'clock that thoy heard tho plash of oars
In tho wntor and wore warned that Dick
was returning. Deputy Cain took up a
position at tho rear cud of tbe boat, while
Sheriff lrvin and Mr Wilson lay
flat on the ruards. Uick, never dream
ing that bis timo had at last cotno, that be
was about to fall into the hands of tbo
man. who for two years ho
bad bsen dodging, shoved up to bis boat.
J ml as tho ski'l'touchod tho guards De
puty Cain stopped from his biding placo
and lovellng a shot gun at Dick's hoad, de
manded his surrender. At tho same time
Sheriff lrvin and Mr. Wilson roso up and
added that tho health of that locality
would bo proservod l Dick would give
up without resistance. Taken completely
by surprise and seeing that an attempt at
resistonce or oscapo would bo uiolois,
Owens Biirrcndod unconditionally. He
was placed in u skiff and
tho party stnrtod on tholr return to Cairo,
whoro they nrrlved at an oarly hour In
tbo morning. Owens wus Immediately
taken to tho county jail and turned over
to tho tender mercy and watchful care of
Mr, Dick Fitzgerald.
Owens had frequently mado bis brags
thai it would be n "dear job" for tbo man
who nttomptod to nrruit him ; but Sheriff
Irvln had mado up his mind that Dick
was to bocapturod, tnd that ho would cap
turo him, and ho did It.
ElII.EUH TO 111-) I'ATEONH, AND THE
Gknekal 1'uiiLio, Okketinu. I very
respectfully solicit n continuance of tho
ftvors of my patrons and invito the pat
ronngo of tho public, but I wish old
patrons and translont patrons to distinctly
iinduritaud that I work for monoy nnd
not bocuueo of a philanthropic desire to
shoo nnd boot my fullow mon without
inouey and without prico, and that, thoro
foro, if any old pitron or now patron,
iloilring shoes or hoots, lias not tho pecu
niary nblllty to pay fur tho work ordorod
when done, ho is requested to pais on to
somo othor shoemaker. 1 want no old
patrons or new patrons who will not pay
Thoso who nra willing to pay will find it
to tholr interest to patronize me, because
1 keep on hand tho best of stock, do tbe
best of work, give tbo best of fits and
work for tho lowest of prices.
8-0-Sw Euleus,
Twontloth Htreot, betwoen Poplar nnd
'Washington Avenue.
Okr thousand (jhineso parasols a
llartman's, only twenty-five cents each
3C.7-80-tf
THE BASE BALL EXCURSION.
UOW TIIK EXCURSIONIST
EN-
JOYED THEMSELVES.
TI1E .
NUT-SlIKLL 11AM)'
THE MATCH GAME.
AND
CAIKO DEFEATS PADUOAH FIVE
TO ONE.
THE 1XCUIIS10NISTS.
A pleasaotor party could not havo boen
brought togottcr tbnn the gentlemen
that participated in tho excursion on the
commodious steamer Jas. Filk, for Pa-
tlucali and roturnol on Wodneslay aflor-
noon. The Fisk left probably an hour
later than she was ndrcrtisod, but mado
tho trip a littlo boforo midnight.
HOWAHla NUV-snELL band,
consisting of tho bestmuiiclans in this city
did ail thoy could to enllvon tho affair.
Tho vocal music by Mossers, Jenkins,
Hardy, Howard and Wheeler was splsn
did nnd was heartily applauded by nil
tho excursionists.
AVTSR SUITER,
the excursionists were Invited up on the
hurricane deck, whero tho band plyd
till ten o'cloolr, nnd tbon the majority of
shorn r.tlrod. tfoou as tbe bent landed
AT I'ADUCAII,
all were amused from their berths and
proceeded up tbo levee to Uroadway
where they wero cordially received by a
few citizens and Paducab base ballists.
Tho party was taken to the Tyrone saloon
and after playing sevoral tunes, serenaded
Captains Fowler nnd Smodley, and then
returned to the boat and retirod for the
night.
IX TIIK MOKN1NII
the band nnd the Star nine took a Broad
way street c.r, which runs within one or
two squares of the grounds whore the
match was to bo played. The ground Is
far better than any In this city, being
considerably largor than tbo Star's.
T11E IIH.KWII.I) NINE
is the same, with ono or two exceptions,
that defeated tho Mound City Biverildes
so badly last season, nnd although thoy do
not play as good n game ns last yoar, tbey
are not to be set asldo ns a poor nino.
Their defeat was not on nccount of had
ploying, but on account of tho singuiarly
good play Ing of tho Cairo nine.
THE ST AH NINE.
Only four members of the Star Club
were pruient, but It is believed by thoo
from Cairo who were present that tbo
substitutes did bettor playing than the
regulars. Brady and Bowles did tbo
bast batting In tho game, each making
sevoral home-runs, btowart caught tho
only Held fly knocked by tho Idlewilds.
Devoro's catching was excullont and rc
oelved npplauso from everybody. Stand'
ing tindor tho bat, he caught six mon out
on strikes. Ths batting was good all
around while thoro was no fielding except
betwoen pitcher and catchor. Jenkins'
pitching was by far tho best "recular
pitching " of any club thnt wo
havo seen this seamn.
Tho following is tho score of the gamo :
STAR.
O.
Frost, s s -'
Stewart, c 1' 2
Bowles, Si b :i
Cavannaugh, 1 f 0
Jenkins, p 1
lirady, r r. !
Devero, c 4
Hogan,
Walsh,
1st b.,
U b.
Total
18 60
IDLEWILI).
O. It.
Harlan, a s , I
Cobb,Jd b a
Ileno, 1st b 2
Boyd, c 'J
lionnln, p 1
Nolan, c f A
Lontnor, r 1 0
Powell, I f !1
Husbands,
Total 18
Innlngi, 1, 2, 3, -I, S, 6.
Stars, 0, 0,20, 7, C, 6 AO.
Idlewlld,2, 1, 2, 0, 2, S 10!
Home Runs Frost 1, Stowmt 'I, Bowles
'J, Cavnnaugh 2, Jenkins 1, Brady 1
Hogan 2.
C. A. SAur, Umpiro.
John McKwon, Jr., 1 u.
Ike Dalian, Scorers.
Many who aro iufforing from thooffeet
of tho warm weather and nro dobllltatod
nro advlied by physicians to tako moder
ato nmbunta or whliky two or threo
times during tho day. Inn littlo while
those who adopt this advico frequently in
croaio tho number of "drinks," and in
timo become confirrnod inebriates. A
bevorage that will not croato thirst for In
toxicating liquors, and which is intended
eipoclally for tho bonellt of dobllitntod
persons, whother at homo or abroad, is Dr.
Schonck's Soa "Weed Tonic. Containing
tbo Juices of many medicinal herbs, this
preparation docs not creato nn
appetito for tho intoxicating cup.
Tho nourishing and tho life
Hupporting properties of many valuabln
natural productions contained in It and
well-known to medical men, have n moit
strengthening Influence A single bottle
of tho Tonlo will domonstrato its vnluo-
ablo qualities. For debility urlitni? from
slcknuis, overexertion or any came what
over, it wino glaistul or Soa AVeod Tonlo
taken nftflr meals will atrongthun thu
stomach and creato an nppotilo for whole
some food. To all who aro about loavini?
their homos, wo doiiru to say that tho ex
cellent oU'eots of Dr.Scbenok's coasonablo
romedios, Sna Wood Tonlo and Mandrako
Pills, aro particularly ovidont whon taken
by thoso who are injuriously affeoted by
a chango of water and diet. No porson
should leavo home without taking a sup
ply of theso safeguards along. For salo
by all drugg'lits.
Grapes, G rapes,' Gk'apxh Parties can
supply" tbomiblves with "grapes in any
quantity and at prlcos that aro cheaper
thnn tho cheapest, and frosh (supplies are
rocoivod every day, at No. 78, Ohio
LQVOe. O. A. WllKKLOCK,
10-U-tf
STOP BLOWING.
A BLAST AT THE DELTA BANDS.
A LECTURE' BLOWN OUT MY A
CONCORD OF SWEET
SOUNDS.
Mr. Editor : While not questioning
tho right of American citizens to exerciie
any privileges, wblcb, In tbo execution, do
not nil agentzo with tho taws govorninz
oclety nt largo, yet I cannot forbear from
ontering my most solomn protest against
a cortnln liberty, permitted, it is true, by
tho ordinances of our city, but, novertbe
loss, owing to the circumstances attending
its enjoymont In the present Instance,
directly antagonistic to the mornl sonso of
an Honest minded community.
About ono week ago, a noted preacher
and able locturor, a clergyman,
belonging to ono of tho many ordors of
the Catholic church, visited our city on
business connected with n coltogo of his
order.
While hore, the Cathollo pastor, know,
ing well the rnverend gentleman's prestige
as n profound thinker and ablo debater
requostod him to deliver a losturo on
some popular subject, the proccods of
which would remit to tin) benefit ot tho
church. Ths lovorend eonlleman cnour-
fully consented, Postnrs worn Immedi
ately printed, announcing the time, place
and oubjoct of lecturo, togethor with the
prico ot admission. Some members of
our congregation, moro thoughtful and
considcrato than others, Intimated to our
pastor thnt the evening oa which the lec
ture was to bo delivered, was, ncoorolng to
formal arrangement, set apart for an
"open air concert," on tho Tenth street
stand, which, as you woll know, is In close
proximity to St. Patrick's church, and
that, possibly, the entertainment might
annoy tho locturer.
The palter requoited the gentlemen to
wait upon tho band nnd requoit thorn to
olthor postpone their onturtalnment until
somo future ovening, or hold it at the up
town stand.
Tho director of tho band in question
promised that no would dafvr thn concort
until the noxt regular night. Sofar so
gocd. Tuesday evening rolled around.
Tho doors of St. Pntrlck church worn
thrown open, nnd soon tbe building wa
fllled with an eager and oxpoctant audi
tory. ThH rovoreud locturer ascowded the
pulpit, nud In tones heard by all began
the lecture.
Searcoly had ho stated the subject when
tbo loud boating of tho drum and discor
dant tootings of thn burnt), broke upon tho
listeners imrs and drowned tbo speakers
voico In their confuted din. Patiently and
with unperturbed countenance ho devol
oped Ills subject, liut tho players wero
bent on accomplishing their ohjoct. Right
luitilv did the drummor ply his "iticks
and tbe blowers ovaporato their surplus
wind, until, at last, tho locturer, unable
longor to make tilmsolf heard, abruptly
ooncluded nnd rotired from the pulpit.
Such conduct, Mr. Editor, on tho part
of this niuilcial organization, Is, in my
npinijn, highly rcprobcnsible and should
rccolvo the countonanco of no honest
minded citizen.
Such manifestations of eectarion preju
dlco aro the unmtstakjn harbingers of dis
cord and religious wrangling. Such s
spirit generates ill-feeling among men of
ditferont creeds it undermines the peace
and well-beiug of tho community and
stabs society to its heart's core.
Tbo well known gentlemanly charac
teristics of every member ot the Silvor
Cornet Band ll a sure Guarantee that
their organl.atlcn Is not the one anlrnad'
verted upon in this communication.
J. P
Remkmiixh the convention ut the court
houso to-morrow at two o'clock.
OjtOAN BUILDINO EriTAHLlHMENT.
Wo take pleaiuru in stating that we haro
in Cairo an estnblshmcnt.whioh few cities
of its size can boait of. Mr. Max
Kuohno, corner of Thirteenth and "WaV
nut streeti, has Just completed a church
organ for tbo German Luthoran church
on Thirteenth streot, which is pronouncod,
by parties that understand organ music,
u grand success. Mr. Kuohno
an organ bulldor by trado, and
bas sorved an apprenticeship ot sevon
years with ono of tho belt organ builders
in Europe. Ho Intonds to devote nil his
time to organ building nnd molodeon
piano tuning. Tho people ot Cairo hnvo so
often boon disappointed by partlos coming
horo and claiming to bo compotont men
In tuning and repairing, that Mr
Kuehno did notdaro to ask ,tbo patron
age of the people boforo ho could glvo
proof of what he could do. All roforenco
he gives Is tho organ built by him for tho
Gorman Luthoran church, and any parties
intoreited will alter sating and hearing
tho abovo named organ, fool satisfied that
thov cannot trust their Instru
ments to bettor hands than his.
Ho now wishns to solicit the patronago of
the citizens of Cairo, and tboy can rest
assured that ha will givu satisfaction In
every particular. Torms liberal.
8-12-tf
The Oauhe or Temperance llnds ono
of its most insidious and dnngorous foes
In tho many so-called " tonics " nnd " ap
petizers." made of uhoap whisky nnd re
fuse liquors, tlnlihed up to suit depravod
appetites under tbo namo of modlclno.
Dit. Walker's California Vineqaii
Bitters aro nono of thoso, Thoy aro not
a bevorage, but aro a gonuino medicine,
purely vogetnblo, prepared from Cali
fornia herbs by a regular physician. For
stlldiseasos of tho stomach, liver, kidneys
bladder, skin and blood, thoy aro an in
fallible and unrivaled romody.
15-d and w-lw
Iluunvur Uollrcge, iihou', Jiidtnp.a
NKXTtonu begin September Mb, 1874.
Two full courses, vIamIchI uml Kcientlllc,
Willi prepjtory department, Full faculty.
Tuition free. Boarding as low a elsewhere,
For Information er catalogues apply toltov
O.C. UECKMAN, 1). D. President.
M.7.20-tW
COMMERCIAL.
Cairo. III., 1
TllUIUDAY EVESINO, AUgUSt 110,1874. (
Thoro is a bettor fooling In oats and
mixed corn, but without cLango in prlcos.
Transactions In all loading articles are
vory light, with nothing doing o'.itsldo the
order trade. Stocks of grain and hay nro
not largo, but thoro Is n surplus flour and
monl offering, and tho tnarkot rules qulot
and dull. Butter, egs and chickens are
ovontocked and slow sate.
There is nn activo enquiry for smoked
uoAt lo till orders and no supplies to meet
tbe demand.
Tho woathor continues hot and dry, but
it is gonorally hollered thnt tho drouth
cannot last much longsr.
THE MARKET
teSTOur frlonds should boar in mind
that tho prices horo glvon aro usually for
sales from first hands in round lots. In
Oiling ordors and for brokon lots it Is
noceisary to chargo an advance over thoso
flzurci.-Yia
FLOUR.
"V havo no change to nolo In values
nor in the general condition of the mar
ket. Hales are slow and stocks large.
Sales, delivered, were 1 car XXX, t 8i;
100 bbis various grades, 4 25 to 7 00 100
bbls low grade, 4 U0; 1100 bbls various
grades, 1 0t to C CO; 1 car load various
grades, C 00 to 7 CO.
HAY.
Theru is a fair demand for cloicu hay
at full prices.
Rectlpts aro generally up lo the wants
of the market. We nolo sates of 3 cars
cholco mixed dellvorod, 1C01G; 1 car good
Timothy dellvored, 17 CO; 2 cars prlmo
Timothy delivered, 17 00; 1 car Timothy
delivered. 1C; 1 car Timothy mixed de
liverod, 1C.
CORN.
Wo note a better fooling in tho market
for mixed corn, than prevailed at the
opening of tho week. Receipts have been
light and although the demand is small,
prices hold firm. "While corn Is un
changed and quiet. Bales dolivoroJ, were,
1 car white In burlaps 89c; 5 cars mind
In lacki 72c; 1 car mlxosl In Hacks 71 ; 1
car mixed in sacks 7S; 4 r.irs mixed In
racks 7 J ; 2 cars white In sacki K.' ;
OATS.
Tho market rules very quiet but pries i
hold Arm. The movement is very small
confined to the order trade, as very lit
tie ii done in a speculative way. Wo no'o
sales of 2 cars in bulk ou track -llHc;
1 car In sacks del 4S)o; 3 cars In sacki
del 40c. 1
CORN MEAL.
The market is well supplied and easy.
Sales nro slow and prrlces lower. The rul
Ing prico to-day on cLoico brands is J GO
We noto sales of 200 bblr. S. I). dellvored
3 CO; 200 bbls. K. I), delivered, 3 CO,
Bit AN.
Tho market is very quiet and we have
no sales to report. Pricei nra quoted 515
sackod and delivered.
MUTTER.
The market is ovor-itockod with an in
ferlor grade of butter that keept down
prices nud mnkei It diflicull to dipo3 of
choico at anything Ilk a fair price. Sales
aro rathor lirfht and nro comprised in 200
lbs cholco northern, 10(7)25; 20 packages
choice Southern lllinnis,20j; 300 Ibi choico
northern, 23'24cj 176 Its choice northern
21c.
EGGS.
Receipts are In exce.s of demand and
the market is dull and overstocked. We
note salos of S00 do.n fresh 10c; ISO
dozen fresh Ha; 200 dozen freih Sc.
CHICKENS.
Tho market rules quiet and dull. There
Is very littlo domand for anything, as thu
home trade Is supplied from country
wagoni. Sales wero 3 coops largo old
chickens 3 00; fi coops young 2 002 CO:
G coops young 1 C02 00; 2 cours full
grown young 2 75(iT)3 00.
FRUIT.
A few grapes and poaches are dlipoiad
of at low price', but tho amount of Lusi-
nen don Is too small to cut any flguro in
a report.
VEGETABLES.
Tho local trade is supplied by country
wagons and outside of this thore Ii noth
ing doing in the vegetable line.
PROVISIONS
Tbero is coniiderablo inquiry for bacon
sides and, in faot, for all kinds of smokid
meat and lard but there is none in
market.
Sullivan. Drugs, medicines, per
fumery, everything In tho lino, at T.
E. Sullivan's, 1C2 Commercial avenuo.
Jelly Prepses, Something new in
tbe Jolly Press lino, at Iiozdorion'?, 11)0
Commercial avenuu. 52-8 8lm
Glass Fruit Jars. At New York
store for 00 cont. pur dnion, lets than
tin cans. Now is thu timo to buy,
iG-8l2-Ct
SoiiETlllNO NRW. Bucks Crystal
Brilliant with glass ovon doors, No oc
casion to havo burnt broad. Call and sco
it at T. J. KKRTn's. 87-0-10.tf
Jackcjuote & Co's colebrnted Fronch
blacking nt Sullivan's drug storo, and
10 cents por box. It is tho best blacking
in uio. 8-10
All tho day bonrdor in tho city can
bo nocommodnted nt tho St. Cbnrlos
botol, with llrst-class bonrd at second class
rates 70 1.10-tf
Dit. Williams, Dentist may bo found
in his olllco ut uny timo ; oxtracts teeth nt
all hours day or night. Ofllco nt 1 10
Commercial avunue, botwocn 8th and 0th
itrcot. 10-8-1-Iin
THE largest nud bost-soloctod stock
of FURNITURE for salo at wholosalo
and retail by HENRY EIOIIHOFF, No.
11C, Commercial avonuo,opposlte Sovontb
,troet. (a o-i i-am
The Bebt, Tho gonoral verdict is
that T. K, Sullivan's soda wntor is the best
n the city. Try 11. No. 152 Commer
cial avonuo, betwoen Ninth and Tenth
trost.
Cans I OanbI Oanb I Quarts, ono dol
lar por dozen j half gnllonB, one Otty
por dozon J mado ol bosi innionai anu
grooved seams ; at Uonderion's, 100 Com
mercial avonuo. 62-8-8-lm
For Sale. 200 aozeu one quart Iruit
cans at $1 per dozen ; half gallon cans at
$1 CO por dozon, all of good tin wltu
groovod roams, manufactured and for sale
by A. Hnlloy, 1C8 Washington avenue,
near Tonlh street. ft2-717.1m
The barbor mop is ou n corner ot
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
whore J. Goorgo Stionhonsa with his gen
tlomanly assistants oan be found at any
hour of tho dav or nlisht, roady to sootho
your footings with a smooth shave, or cool j)
your lomper anu ncau wun n guuu iubui.
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
suro of rocoiving flrst-olats treatment
Ladles' nnd children's hair cut or curled
fltrtbe mosi spprovsdstv 8-16-t
Washington bakery. Mr. Joseph
Ronckor has taken chargo of this woll
known establishment, and wll', on and
alter to-day, bo nblo to supply tho
puhllo Jwlth choico broad, Including
llOBton, Brown nnd Graham bread, besides
cakes nnd confcctionnrles of ovory de
scription. Being an experienced and
skilful Inker, Mr. Ronekur will not fall to
sallify all who patrouizu him. 140
rVqsnington avenuo. on-i-i-im
Delta Cioaiim. Mr. T. K. Sullivan,
druggist, 152 Commercial avenuo, has
something new In the way of cigars. He
is now soiling a brand of his own called
tho Delta, put up In handsome packages,
made of tho vory best tobacco, and sold
for nvr. UENTaunch. Those who ttnuko
thorn will ngrco with us In raying that
they aro far superior to moit of thn ton
cont cigars sold in this market. Try tho
Delta cigar. -21.ini
Steam and Oak Fittino. Newland
& Iiennlo havo entered into a co-partner
ship, nnd hnvo opened a shop on Commer
clnl nvonuv, noxt door to Perry Power's
livery stable. They nro now ready to do
all 'kinds of Stoam and Gas Fitting,
Drive-Well "Work and Plumbing, hpeclsl
attention paid to ropalrlng pumps. Thoy
solicit n sharo of public patronago, and
guarantu) their work to bo wtll donu.
V7-1-271 hi
$25
A DAY GUARANTEED
.7. WELL, AUGER AMD
DRILL ! r-l 'rnitory. HluniCT
Tfc3TlMONIAL8 rilOJI UOVEKNOIU
(JKI' WA, AKKA.f.AHAM) DAKOTA.
CtUlcrw.tra. W. UIlXa.lt. Lulls. 111.
I1AHUN
FIRST NATIONAL UAiNK
OF CAIRO
It. W. MlUXIt, Prcsldont.
J. M. I'll I I.I.I IV, Vice President,
CIIAS. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
K.VCIIANdi:. oln. bank imtrit s id I mhl
States securities bought uml .old.
Intcrrst nllowol on timo depoOta.
THE CITY XATIONAlT
BANK.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITA 1.
8100,000
OFFICERS.
W. P. HA I.I.IDA Y. President;
HKNKY 1.. II A 1,1.1 DAY, Vlcu Prorldi -t.
A. II. SAKl'Oltl), i;aliler:
WALTER ilVSLOI', Aoditnnt Ca-hler.
DlllEUTOU.I,
Staaim Taylor, R. JI. i unm.miiiam
n. I., hallway. w. r. hallway.
. 1). Williamson, .Stkpiikn Biiip,
A. B. Saffokd.
Excljiuicr, Coin nud Unlttd ' Sinter)
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS refoivcdancl n general banking
bilitucii. done.
KNTKIU'JUSK SAVINGS HANK
:iiarti:ri:i march inud.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO.
OFFICEI1B S
A. II. SAFFOUl), President ;'
8. 8. TAYLOR, Vlco-Pre.lilent ;
11. HY8LOP, becrctary nnd Treasurer.
BlitKCTORs:
Barclay, i'iias. Galioheii,
STOCKKLKTH, PAULO.riCllUII,
CU.N.NINdllAM, II. L. UALLIDAY,
J. M. Phillip.
INTEREST paid on deposits at the rain
nt nix per cont. per annum, March Int. mid
September Ut. Interest not withdrawn U
added Immediately to tho principal of the
deposits, thereby giving them compound
interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY AND MO ONE ELBE
CAN DRAW IT.
Onen nverv IimeIiipku ilnv from 0 a. m. to 3
p.m., ami Satu.day evenings tomaIngs de
posits only, from o to h o'clock.
" IV livei lll Tr(intiirr.
COFFINS
AT WILCOX'S BLOCK FOR 81.00
40-o-o-tr

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