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ttnr ilin nt was t ami fmtf i.t-4tlllnp monk cuiti
Hv 1'. 11. (loodrlch ("son ol Peter Parle)' ).
llVmarkablo voyager, idpwrcck, adeii.
niters. cxploratlour-v.iei'li, miitlnU',
in nl rninbiU. and lliO ' -" -'"-
Ocean," fend 100B Jtitnx of uInKTifllcr
trl nml vlii(,rwovi''MaWtWri''1 and
try low priced. Send for elmulur and
. most liberal tmvl&n:i.;uty .to,
I . MtS'fA01","r.Ulll'a3K.)
r! KuU term bedlisSepl. 8.74. Its ilas-lcal
ejlcnlllle, preparatory Atid KnglMi -imri:"
I are extnivn and thorough,. J lie I ni-fllly
1 liavo enlarged Uio number of .eludl-- In- lliu
jirenaratory denarttHoiitso: teHt.ydung men
i many term may reeflm jnitfiltillnn In Al
J gcbra, (ieomeiry,.Trl8oii8iiy.Burveyln)f;
' iM.lmt.trv. flunnia. ltri.iV Iwp III lit' II III
J other rtudlc- ttnnltaii;ltt",:lQ the bol
I nod-nil--. KVr tfurtllcrltiforroetloti rend
for catalogue to tnTtldiij qj trr amrer.
FOR FEVER & AGUE
ulti suipnaie in inn im un-r-,
the htad Itt, la more palatable and muth tluaptr.
Snt for deafrirtl-e Circular wltli TtuHmonlatt
r fhumtriana from all Hurts of tiie country.
W Sample pkagos tor trial. Mi cent.
rrernrVd by Ilil-LUlU. CLATk CO, Alasulj-.
fn rl a Onm Bo"'. " ft f r(r i
conilurt an agency for tbo trcu'UlpiiaoC.U(
vertlsements for' Adieriran NvAppcri---tlie
most corupleto c.Unlltlimrht or the kind
In thoworld. Six tlirmnuil inniSpapHM arc
kept regularly on file,; open tdltiMiruilriniy
cu-tomers. Every AliH'.l.tVsF.Ml:XY1lUl(ii
at Uie Jiomc price oC'lhe paper ."without any
additional cbanro or CnniuilJOIi.l All ad
vcrtlccr, In dealing with the agency, i raved
trouble and corrctndndenco. Making one
t'onlract Instead ot a dozen, n hundred or a
Iiousand. A boolr ol itigtity- pngfv c
nlnlm- lists of best atu'r..lai'i:en ctrcl
liormml. a boolr ofirlctity- pnsf. coi-
Ions, religious agricultural, clasi. political,
tlally und country paper, and all imblUm-
Uon wilcli aro rpivlaiiy vaiuaiiic lo miver
aorr, wllti home information about price,
U rent KJtliK to any nddrurt 011 iipjdicallon,
Perron at a distanco wittiing to make con
tra t lor advcrtislns 111 any town, city,
county, rtato or territory of the t'lilti-d
KatcH, or, any portion o( th'cUlomlnloii pf
Canada, may send) n conclo lidlnidol dt
what thty want, togetlier with a topyfof
tbo Auvkhtiskmiwi' they desire Ihseriad.
and will receive iufonnaUou liy rotliru )uaU
which will enable them to declilBi Vijtbr
toinereaia orrcducothe'onler. CPt, luh
I I rjaUohlhtro!rioHiarifc: rdrrHM
taken iur a riliKlo pspor at well n for a lUU
lor a sinjlu tloilar a readily at lira Utstr
aum. Oitlces (Timc llulldliij,'),
41 PAR1C -ROWM Y
l'er dav at home. TermttTreOr A'tfilrcrl
(ii:o. s'rixsoy a co., l'oni-md. Mp. Tf
Terms ot Advertltlnjr" r"o oilcred for Siuy.
paiicr In tho State ol 11,1.1 SpWrjfet'i o
11 llfct of papers and Vhcdnlo orralcii. "A?!-
InK Afc'ent-, 41 rarkltow', Nov Yolk". J1 i
ItKFKU TO UlE ElUTpU ll; l'HUf J'AI'KIt.
77. jL -WZB-F.K?
(iuarantcc.il U male and irmala agenUi In
their loenW. (;oti NOTIIINO tolryit.
l'artlculaiHfrce. 1'. .O. YlCKI'.ltY .V CO.,
Allghtla, Mfv . K-'iT-diw-lw
WEV LVMBMl YAKD.,
COR. .SETEXTBKM-ll HT; AND fcoM-
MEliCl.VL ' '
Tbo uudvrtdRned halng O'lahlUhcii n
new luiiilmr yard In c.onu.icliuu witli'thclr
aiymlll, are prepared tn fdrnlnh all klnlli of
nuiiiiiiig uaicrui, mii'U ai ,
PINK, OYl'ltltSS,' l'OPLAR
And, A -ih KIoormB, Siding. Oiling, Ac
Hpoeial ntU'iitliui U culled to our hluant.
boat, AS'agoii and Agrlciiltuial luiplciucut
Material, which nlll lie fUrulihcd un'rhort
nullcn In Jargn or ruisll iiaiitilie-.
A Urgeatock of cheap Jiimtiei-un hmidnt
our mill, Mhlcji will he sold al t.i to $11) pi-r
IhptHanil Jn carload lotti Alui ,lalli and
thingltk 'lirnlfljril In any ijllaulity.
CHAM. 1.4NCArKU i CO, ,
Cairo. III., Alls-tint I, 1S74 ri-i-Sili -
M. R. KUEHNE, '
--.MAvAc-iunwi i;r lVl
COMPLETE C H U HO H
Tuning nml repalrim; ol Organ , I'lam.i
and. Mclodeoui neatly ilnc. ' '
COH..13TH AND WALN UTST1.EV.TH,
OA1HO, JLI,. '
1". O.HoxliCB. lU2!lrtr.
' A Nil . .
Ijlreet,, be tv. fen Wulilnctou , and
touiint-rviai avmui,: ' 1
Wherea, oi(lhc'"f;tliday nf'.lannarv
llslb illv anil Sarah llli- 'l.l- t 1?,. I.. . '..
cculo and ou thu 'JSfh ifav of January, 18:
did acknowledge and deffver to the under'
niKniu, ujuii wiaiu iuuir(.'ae uciii.auil did
thereby bargain, ell, nleuie mid uinvoy
lo tlioundendiriinltho followlni; (timnrihfil
ioi 01 jirounuiii jue viiyoi i,irp, county
of Alexander and Hafp of fllluoi lo.vvii
lot numbered iwcniy-nlno (2P), In Motk
iiumhcrcd fnriy.four (U), loXt'thcr nilli all
the privileges aud tippiirtoDnncer to J tho
-..u.o uriuiigiiig- or ipiicnaiDin),', ami 'did
IitlllleKe. Utnli r aod tn- virtue r ti. i... ...
rtcidetcmnUiiulaw or Uio state ol Illinois'
.... uu. .uu ui I'lKiuy-ono do ar. bearlm,
l'tU,i: 'Vi,"J4.,'l3r?: .-." '..Pay
able to the "rtronwAihlt,w)'m
in thirty day atdSdT,',ntha,alter d.Tc",',""
ajM-etl vtlv with ten tier cent. i,tirr ' '
, 1 in umi lu Inc pajiiii.-jt of elthiT
.., a 1 not rujyparitU.of. thiwiVo e
.inn .0 hecurcd kball atjihe m tloii 01 tin.
under-lgned become d in aud ,,v,.i
and tue .aid inortgiiged , .J,1,
. may he old ia the planner Snd ilpei m ln
iiotlco a Id ald mortgage riieclUeU ,1
wherea. drfault h, ,T.en made tw'.no't
,.r M'eSX'"" ,?''ut'ut.?r a Toulon
chancradccd tbercfbrD. Dafftf Auiruit Jiii,
iHU' . ,, lATiif.;i '
aaimicl 1. Wheeler, UorlnnKu
Att'yforMorlgastc. b (
virtue or -tts 'uzzizyrv&
jnortitagu contained, 1 r mi Mf
tho 7lh day of N pn'mbcr. 1874 hi
hour of 2 o'clock, p.ni..atin,.i; A'J'.C
Uio court ioilae,lii laid City orcalro c . ti
of Alexander and ttate oOUn& 2i rl
Kale at In. .lie vendue to the "8 tfi?f
orcath, lot linmbcrcdtwctjtyfuine .f" '
h ock nuinueVid fjiiti.Vie w. )n
.I.tlv..-. A ... ''I'l
. '1 Ml flit
TTx U a i T T i ; v
CAIRO LOCAL ft EWS
Itlll ll.mlN .
Somebody to like Irofii'tit a 'thousand bill
lic.uU, good paper and liticly printed, lor I
Ono thoUKHtid tatenienU printed at Tuh
lll'l. I.lt l IN olllct' lor l AM) 10 4.UU.
Ono Hiiiii-.ihI nutc buadii tirlntcil at Till
UL'l.t.vilN olll.iifur fl.CO tU'otliauaainlliir
Oiivlliouiiaiiil hii'lucM card', tine llrlctol
bo.ird, printed at Tin: Hollkti.n oillca lor
iMm M.Mtn8B (Xi. aerorilliiL' to !.
A lr.w i'AfJtu. A,,.nw, paper will
tuon mukoili appearabc.b at Anna, Union
W AUTKb YiAir carptntor A' it tbo
Uoru Hhofttjiill, Uvan & IiwaKMi'K.
ISaki; lUl.t. -Tbo Cairo and Mound
City Lu u aall clubi will play n match
gnmo lonie timo tbil week.
KU.IOVT t Jli'vniOBM oiler for lo
060 world tit l ' nrlcn) that
liptjM 'command attontlon.
CoNdnnTTo-NiuUT. ThoDalta Oornot
band will furolih itiutic lotho puUio to
night from Ihu aland on Market i,iir(.
O.n'k 'thouand (Jhinoie ,paraioli a
llartman'r, only twenty-ttva cent! ouch
Tint be-t goodi ut the .ioweit priccH li
the motto of Klllott A Haythorn. Thoy
will 1 oil the lowot.
iluVl.Nu. A itory and ,a half Iramo
boiifeNt the corner on . Fourteenth and
AValnul itrvat U on the inovo. Where It
it going to wo do not know.
"Wahtkii. Hoarding and lodging by a
young gonlleman lu a private family,
Addreis box '2VJ, or call at 0 Ohio I.ovee.
0 kStLv.mkn thould know that they
can buy boots and ehnei warranted better
thiin ' bome-ma'Je and much choapor a
Elliott .V Haythorn', 101 Commercial
HonoKK, Jh., and Mr. Klklui will man-
ago a grand picnic next Saturday at Lake
Urccic bridge, throe iniloi touth of Unity;
String band, grand dinnor and plenty
of fun li tbo order of the day. The
world J invited,
Max Kueh.sk, the organ builder, it
ready at any tlmo to tuno and repair
piano and inalodenn. You may aafely
truit'your Imtrumonli to bt care ; you
will Dot bo deceived.
l'Ar.Him deelrmg to have tbulr piano
and melodean oleaned, repaired anj
tuned, thould truit them lo M. K
iCuebno, corner Thirteenth and Walnut
ttroQtt. llo 1 tho incut .competent man
Just 1Uckiv:ii. rrioio lard, break
fiat bacon, hainr, frcah butter at the
new orick tory, corner of Twentieth and
100-y-l-Ot T. K, Dietiucii As Co.
Oouu OiiA,Vi:it. .Wamtsk, 1'akt.hxb
"With 460 or C00 dollar! capital to In
veil in a well paying and eitabllahed prt
viailm and grocory bmlnet. Unmarried
mau preferred. Addreii at onco 1'. O.
box 81u. 101-11.1-81
Am. porton having given note in do
nation to the Cairo and Ylncennoa rail
road company, and dealring to cnnteit
tboir collodion are requested to meet at
the ofltia of F. Tirol this uveuing at '7 J
o'clock, liy order of tho coinmlttoo.
ton It it Mr. Tun unduralunod ha thrco
llrtl-class reaideiicr, two on CrciM aud
ono on Eleventh street, for rent. Excel
lent ciiterua, nut-houioi, and all other
convoniencoi. .luit put Into lino ordor,
Enfjulroof (1. W. MiiICkaio, 1', M,
I mat H.Aii HrAiT. Tho Hag stall' in
the custom house yard Is undergoing ra
pairs. During a heavy storm last sum
mor 11 wan struck by lightning and the
upper portion terribly ihattortd. it It this
pnit that Is being rrplacod.
Mahuiku August tho 'J7tb, 187-1, by
tbo Uev. Jlonry Jf. liichardson, at tbo
rctldence of the bridv't father near (looao
lilatid, Illinois, Mr. John (!atur, of Cairo,
to Mill I.aura 0. Hunaaker, ilnuiibter ef
KT II t. ....... "
. wuu-uKur, nu oi Alexauder countv.
(Jonosboro papers plesio copy.)
MKNNA r OLKH, ATTKNT10X. Mr. M.
H. Ktiehne will visit Vienna on "Wodnot
day qr Thursday, Parties having piano.
organs and Molodeoua lo tune or repair,
win ao wen to leavo orders at the Pierce
House. Ha wl give nils faction, as bo is
a competent man. Oalro can givo him
tho best of reference. 20t9.1Ut
D11.T Tkiai,. The Dill, murder trial
commoncod in the Johnson county circuit
court,,(spoc al term) yciturday. Shorllf
IrivTnileft with tho prltone'r lilltr. 'iK tho1
f..7n Irnln nn'lli. r'.t... 1 I
.. ..ii .liU vMiiLr uu iULeiinos
railroad yesterday morning. As thoro
was but few witnesim In tbo caio tho
trial will probably bo very thor t.
Lost. A '-bUck and tan'i turner dog
(rather iargej Aniwen to tho name of
Spike Hat on a leather collar, to
wuicn 11 aiiaciied'Ulty Martha!' tavr 173
jor tue tax for 1H74. A, tuItabW reward
will be given upon hit return to
'J8-8.30.2t Will lliwtiiu
.-ojits. i nerony givu not co that I
b.ve this day clo ed out mv Hock nf in.
bacco, clgan and, ItnoVer't articles m ir
AVMlachor A; Co. I recommend these
gentlemm tomy Horuior patrons.
J. 0. KCKKNHXKO,
Caiuo, Ills,, Sept. l, H7I.
(Sun copy ; u.j.jt
.ASEXCtAl. UAR. A jpeclal car .hai.
been chattctoi to csQTer tbo dulcgatti
and nil other, who vtlth to at to ad tbo
Anna odovantton on Tliuriday. 'l'ba iinr
vflll b attached to the ttata'vrblch ltavea
Ualri) at lour o'clock In tbo morning, ar
riving at Anna between ni and toveu
o'clock, Tioket for tba round trip, Sfl.CO,
and :an bo bad of altber ludgu llroit
of Henry Uoniran
(jiua'R StaxL Von 3al. Wliblng to
tnovo on to a farm,, I will Mil my ttgar
lid tobacco itand, with all the flock,
furnlluro and lUtuMt oonneclad wllb It,
, ,1 ..t.t
ou Aivntb lirmii imwtuu uuiunnwni
avenue and Ohio lovce at a Urgalu.
The biiitnoii li Well eitabllibod with a
KO0(i run of cuttoin. and tbero It no bet
" . .
Ur Hand lu Ualri.. My only object in
elllng It to clmngu my Uuaitioea irom mo
ully to tbo country.
8.i.c.t.ct John O. KdKKXiiKiui.
Mk. Btuaht, of tin Urm of Htuart As
Obolion, Kavei fer Nuw York to-day for
tho purpoiu of buying ono of tun tuoit
complete and untonflro ttookt of dry
goodiover hroushl to Cairo. HU thor
oueu ktiowldi and long ex
nerlfiDco (ti tbo dry lioad but!
neri anabloi blm to buy at It
very clouit dgurei, Ju-t iuch good at at
lulled to Hilt Irad. It will I10 to tbo ail-
rantago of every buyer of dry guoJ to
await tba arrlrul of ttialr itock,
PcittioNAl. Mr. Itoienwater, of the
firm of Ootditem Ac Koiewaler, returned
from the etui yeaterday. While In New
York Mr. K. purchased a full dock of the
latt and tooit fashionable ttylet of dry
good, etc., which will begin to arrivo in
a day or two. .
Wo rogrot to learn that Mayor
Wood hai, been confined tJ his hel
Mr. John Mackie, of tbo onterprltlng
firm of Mackie Js Son, Is recreating in
Olltc'uiT Court. The Mxt tegular iei
tion of the Alexander county circuit
court (September term) will commence
on next Monday morning. The criminal
docket It pretty large, though not so large
as latt terrni At the latt union of the
court. Judire llaker determined to clear
the docket, tbui disposing of a large nu m
ber of civil caio that under other circum
stances would have gone over until the
present term. This being tho one the
next term of the court will not be a very
Cuttivu Ari'KAY. A gentleman of
undoubtod veracity, living near Ullin,
gives us an account of an affray that oc
curred near that village late Saturday
night. Tho parties engaged 'in the fraaaa
were Cha. Kelly and Mr. Frank Skitloo.
Tbo two men mat at a house on tho out
aktrte of the town and engaged in a quar
rel. Hklttoo draw a knife and ttabbed
Kelly twice, once in the bowel and again
in tho tide. Our informant layt thai bo
foro leaving home hu wat t'.ld that Mr.
Kellv died Sunday night. Wo did not
learn lh Oi- t.. -
Caibo, 111, Aug.. 11, 1871.
Klin on llui.l.triw : 1 tee an item In
your Friday morning paper hoaded "Too
Muah for one Man," Seme people, know,
ing that I o:caionally write fur a tit.
I.ouls papor, would infer that it wat in
tended for me. It you did o moan it
you wero misinformed. 1 heard of this
scandal, that tho paper of Cairo bavo
beou hinting at, over a week ago, and only
tpuko to ene person on tbo subject, and
he, an Influential citizen. Krom what wat
told(mo, I. Made up my mind that it was a
fraud aud mutt have originated In the
brain of ome goiilp or ovll dUpoiod per.
ou ami uairo uat ner lull mare 0! tills
clait ot peoplo. I, at all other that bavo
any connecliuu with the pre, am oager
for'uow of a legitimate character, but do
not peddlo scandal. On the other hand, I
belieyj that such stuff thould
pressed and cried down,
Respectfully, J. O. Klkminu,
lTKMa. The Uolcoada Herald
Two leading citb.otu of Cairo
Were priiveiited by being arroslod." This
will be news to the poople of tbi city ;
but what i the old adage? On away
from homo to learn tho new
Fishing partiot are becoming faih
louablo with our young mon.
Moms' hauutud boutuitnow the sen
sation. At least a hundred people aro
anxious to rent it.
Hui Jloio will not
divulge his secret.
mi - . . . . .
xu raine oi .us tan lew uayt navo
cooled the atmotpbure. The mercury hat
contequently gone down In the tube lev
The Oalro (Jommandery will be h
liest'drlllrd commandery in New Orleans.
It is a llltle bdy, but is composed of
tome of the beat Maaonlo material to be
found in thu United Statot.
Melons continue with us. Poachisaro
plenty; tboir quality it so so; thjy would
have been much better If wu had bad
more rain. Apples are alio plenty, aud
B'P ro numerous as Ileal in Pa
KrT.Tb. new brick btitinet.
I 1 . 1 , 1 . ..... I
nouiu laioiy ocuupiou oy uapl. Kelly, on
(niniiiurcUl -.viiiiiih liiitw.nn I'.nii. . .. .1 I
Eleventh itreelt, Cairo. A largo leaao
given II required. Enquiroof II, Watton
Webb, cornor Eleventh itroet and Coin
merclal aveuuo. 87-8-2C-101
Tim bcit itock of boots and shoes of
overy Uowriptlon at Klllott A Uyttorn,il
101 Couimerciftl avenue, Cuuiiinghftm'i I
All the dey boarder.. In the oltr can
bo aocorauiodated at tho St. Charles
hoUil. with flrtt-elats board at second Clas.
Houktuinu Nkw, Uucks Crytta
lirllllant with glas oven doors, Ifo oc-
c at ion to bavo burnt broad. Call and see
It at T, J, K Kuril V, 87-0-1'J-lf
On Sunday aftotnoon botween four and
Ave o'clock, a boy probably fourteen year
of ago, catno Into tho city and Informod
otlieur Hob. Illlllngsly that be had been
robted by a lot of rlvr plratfi, and re
4Uit that ollioer to go with blm altd
arreit them, as they were then on their
wav to the c.lv In a UH. llllllngilly
took the boy to Sheriff Irvln, Mid to (he
herlll'boropeated hit .lory iubltanlially
an he had told It to llilllncily: Tho
aherill and Illllliigily then procured hor
and ittrted after the thieve. YVhon
above Thlrtv-fourth .'.reel lu tho
tlclnlty of tho Oorrrll, tho otlicerr law
two men Hmweriiu; tho description of the
thievca runulng auroo the cummoiil, und
Immediately gavo them chain, lllllliig"ly
cutting aeroM tho cominoni and cumlng
In ahead of them, and irviu cutting oil
their retreat In the roar. Whim ordered
to bault. leelui; that an allempl to
eicapu would certainly provu
frultleia. thev caiuo down trrncufully, niid
allowed thotnfulvei to bo taken. They
gave tholr namei an Chai. Utile anil John
Alniworlb. They wro taki,n to lh
county Jail where they were confined
until yeitoiday morning, vvhoi they were
lakon baforo Judo Droit lor trial. It
boy whom Ihu Iblevot rohUd In a
tendance, and Urtllled tli.t In, was com
ine down tho MUsia'Ippi river In a rkill
aud when about forty mile above (Srand
Tower waa balled by Kills and Aim
worth who wante I to ride with hiru. At
Srtt bw refuted to take th-injln, but when
thoy offered htm luventy cenU each for
the privilege, he pulled aahoro and they
got into the ikltf. '1 hoy came on down
tbo river together, until, un Saturday ev.
oning, thoy reached a- point between
Santa Ko and Tbebct, whore tbty put
into ihore. Tho hoy, Win. 'Werner, by
name, bad a band-trunk which' contained
all bin earthly possessions, (omitting
of a quantity of cltthiug aud $40 lu
money. When they went aahore Iho boy
and one of tho men Ellis, left thu boat
and wont up into the wood', Almworth,
as was supposed, remaining wlib the boat
When Werner and Ellis returned, Alns
worth and Werner's tiur.k and Its contents
wero misting. During tho bunt for Alns
worth, Ellic also disappeared, and then
poor Werner' eyes wero opened and it
dawned upon him for the tint time that
it was a "job" put up by thu raidl to
rob blm. Werner knew that tho
thieves wero on their way to thu
city, and he resolved to beat them if pos
sible, aud put tho olllceri on their guard
roady to receive thorn. Kills and Aim
worth each had on a pair of paut.s bo
longing to Warner, which he identillod,
besides other artlele found in tboir
pockets. After hearing the evldeoco,
Judge Bros hold them to ball In tho lum
of Ore hundred dollar oach to answer at
the next term of thu circuit ceurt. In
default ol bail they wore sent to the
Acelorei man known among hi fol
lowers as "llappy .lack," was arrested by
Sergeant Cain at an early hour yettcrday
morning, on the charge o( He-
twoeu lw.. and I"- Jlck woni
iniu T...r'i saloon, and finding l.uu Gib
eon, also colored, laying asleep on a bunch,
concluded It would bo a good '.line to "go
lurough" hi pckot. Jack accordingly
procoedod to relieve (Jibioii of liU looao
chango. Unforliiuately for Jack, Oibaoti
is aot a bard sleeper and when he felt
Jack's hand la hi pocket, he opunnd his
oyes and caught blm in thu act. .Sergeant
oaln wat notified and soon after rue
ceeded in arresting the would-ho robber
lie was taken before Judge linns, wh
sent. Him to tbo county J mi 1 to await the
action of the grand jury.
I Mnrgorett llrown, a colored lady, poi
I sested of au amount of mitrcle that would
do orodil to a rail ipliiter, yosterday
morning got into a dillieully with J. K.
1 1 ark. '1 lie ovKenco wont to shoiv that
'bo woman Drown and Parks had 'high
words ; " that Parks hail struck her with a
cowhide, and that thu woiiuu llrown. Ihua
pounced upon him and "got him on tho
ground nnd was choking him." tilio had
Parka arrested, but after hearing tho ovi
donee his honor discharged him.
Tub Humus at Dicnmw In tho "Se
wutumuu iu'iioL-rai, puunsuoil at Jjouvor.
... i,. i , , . . .
we und thu following, which will bu read
with Interest by all thu Cairo friends of
the liurd family:
i no social and muilc al nntart.lnm.nt
.,. : .. ... 1
ausineei oi me ad os' 1 u al
hociety.at tho leiidonco of D. IIurd.
r;s..,ou Thursday evening, was a hluhlv
eallair, and well attundod, con.
.L .. I.. l ... ' . I
;!!l8r.ln.K ,h.u '"olumuncy of the weathor,
'""owing was (tie programme . "Ma.
r.uraa,- v u u and n aim. In- Mr n u
I II... I ' . . ... J
I ,1MIi anu jiisa lA7.7.a Hois, win well ex
eciuU. "riowor Girl" was adinlrl,lo
rendered bv ii.i c..i,. n...i'
the young UJy bu, a well cultivated and
v.,."' w"Jl voco. "J,lst io ihu
ivigntingaie," cnmpoiod and sung by
Mitt Eots, whs received with minimi,,.
...i ,ii.. i , .... .. i
uu ni mzzio nigiiiy complimented
"l.lttlo Uod ltidinir Hood"-tho obi
nursery tlory told in a muHical
Mrs. Colo, dollghtod ovorybody present,
Mrs. Col. ha. a fine cultivated 'voice, and
I very popular In aocial circles.
"l rioudc, the liravo" a bats solo-
vL, .." rcUJ- tjB,iB, we" dptod to bis
yoke, was beaut fully ronderod. Mr.
Lockard la one of iimi,,--. .
11 roiiesioa or a vory riob miiaical voice,
1 . . .-v.. w. I-' , 11 li 1
i "j I., vui. ....
u-nunn .iiauoti," by .Mrs. (Jolo, in
Thing. ro Jl.sutl ,1." and b v,,.
uer usual iroou stvtu w., r..i 1, ,,.! i... n a ii
All.... 1,,.... . .. ' . a -1
" "ui mil nurd,
richest treat of tho evcnini was
1 II, 11,1 ... . . . . "... I
Llzzio, which wat rendered ln'so happy a
.vUt ui w jiio rurnanus." uv ants
mannor at to leavu no doubts in
mtnut or her Ilstonort as to hor
tonort as to hor ability to
master tbo most
o.nbir.hod stvle Mr.
tIMio and accoiniili,l,ni .il
n. 11., . r. v
,Tt . l09. Pmno' 11 0TVJ'
uinmonl wai Liiv
h i'ieiju wu imnnir:
wjoyod by all prevent
. ..,-1, vi An r 11 tin ! - vrrinuu
. . Dn, nvo entered Into a co-partner.
, f ' "uu vo Ponod a tnop on uommer
V"0.'n.llo'f 1 otty power's
They aro now ready lo do
all kindt of
Drive-Well Work and Plumbing. Splil
attont on nald to nm.trlni. numtis. Thv
atcam ar.u uat riiuug,
solicit ft ilmro of public patronago, and 1
guarantoo tholr work to be wsll dona
K OTIOE TO CONTRACTOR'S:
Scale! rroporah will bo recslvcd atrnyi
otlicountlirc o'clock p, ni. of Wodnday,
u .utu uar ui oepiemuer, iei, lor iur
iihing tbo material, or doing the work.
or both, for the cointruction of, lia fol
lowing ueicriliod tlduwalk, viz: On the
noriuiluld uf tjoteiitb itlrvet' letwein
Warhlui,lon.avenui audi Walnut itreet.
Mild ildewalk to bu couitriicted of brick.
.Said propotah thall'.b directed to the
oily (.oilnclf of tho'elty of Cairo4, abd,wll1
be fcpnod at a mentlng of laid ooulnill, to
bHheld On aaid 'lOtli dav el HeDlenibur.
All proposal iball bo made, in aaoord-
anou Villi tbo provliluni. raaulroinehU
nd' Ppecitlcallona (if ordinance No. l,
approved July IHth, ltt74. which ordin
atico I nuw on llle lu my otllce tubjiet to
oxtmlnatlon at any time,
Tho city cumuli roterve the right to
reject any and all propoaall.
W11.1. K. Uawkink, Olty Clerk.
OaIkO, lilt., Sept. 1, 187 J. 30.Mt.Mf
KlII.KUS IO U1S 1'ATBONH, AND Till
(iic.Nr.iiAt, l'uni.io, (Ikkkiinii. I very
rcipcctlully lollcil a continuanco of tho
fnvor of my patron aud invito the pat
ronago of tho public, but I wiib old
patron and tranaletit patron tudltttnclly
uudur.tand that 1 work for money and
til I I AeaVM T II ( .1 . . .1
.boo and boot my fulluw men wlihoui
v - a.-..-.. eu..MW UUIliU tU
money and without price, and that, thero-
forv, If any old patrou or nw patron,
dciiring thou or boots, ha not tbo pecu
niary ability to pay for tho work ordered
when done, ho it rvfjutilul to pat on to
soma other ilioemaker. I want no old
palroni or new pttron who will not pay
Thorn who am willing to pay will find it
to their Internal to patronir.e me, became
1 keep on hand tho belt o( itock, do the
belt of work, give tbo belt of lit and
j work for l,,u ,,,w of Prlc''
1 U i 'I ... I.
8 0 !tw Eltt.ERH.
Twentltlh Street, betweon Poplar and
W aihlngton Avenue.
i I ! .
T11 k (iiCBu an Amrik.'Ax School. Tho
next fesiloii of the 'Uofman-Amerlcan
school, Prof. Henry Appel, principal,
and Miis ClolihU Yociim. aissittant.
will open on next TuotJay, September
lit. The school will bo conducted In the
satuo manner as last sosiion. Prof. Ap
pel wilt bavo charge of thu (Jerman
b.'unch of the school, and Miss Yocutn
lb (i Kuglisb department.
Pupil will be Instructed in the follow
History of the United States ;
Natural Philosophy; and Needlework,
together with all the other branches usu
ally taught In. our schools.
For furtbor particulars parents are re
ipiostcd to lnuiro of
1'n.ir. IlKKHit Al'Ki., Principal.
August 'iS, 1874. 6t
Illinois Cmtkal it. It. (,'0, 1
AdENT.H OKKICX, Oaiuo, Aug ir.,lH7
To persons wishing lo attend tbo Camp
Meeting lo lie held al Jonosboro from
August 1'oth to August 31st, wo will sell
excursion ticket ' .- .uii roiura at
ono and onn-Uflh fare. Salo of tlokots
will commeneoon tbo ;..r)th and dlicon
tlnue on Augutt 31tt. Tickets good to
return until September 1st, inclusive.
'" Jamls Joiixhon,
Tux DXLMONIL'O Kxstaukan't will
opn on tbo first ot boptember and will
bo kept open thereafter day and night.
Harry "Walker has made all prepara
tions for tho restaurant business and will
bo able u accommodate all hit customers.
Fresh oysters, gamo or all kinds, and
everything In Hi season that the market
atlords, will be lervod up.
Hoard on the European plan three
tlokoti for onn dollar
Hegular day;board at tba old ratet
llrtt-cla-s board' at thlrd-olaii rates.
Pkivatk iloAiini.No. Jir. ,f. W. Car
mlchaul having lakon the largo houto a
tbo corner of Sixth ttruel and WathlnL'-
toti avenue, is prepared to
furnlh privato boarding to a
umiieti number of either ladlea end cen
llomon, or to gentlemen end their wivet.
conveniont.to tho builiiets part (d tbecity.
ino rooms aro Iartre. alrv ,n
lighted, For further information inquire
Lt tho house.
W Ablll.suro.v ilnvu. i .
ltom.knr h.. i...' . !. .
... T . .. 7 'K ul lu" WB"
ow" 0.ftt""nniont, and will, on and
li .... . . ' I
lio nblo to tupply tbo
cboico broad. Includlnir
Unrton, llrown and Orabam bread, besides
canes and confectlonariot of evorv do.
uripuun. neing an experienced and
skilful baker, Mr. Itonoker will not fall m
aatilfy all who patronUe blm. 140
Mrs. Slowart wishei
unv l,Jtnlnr,iFmtWnMUil,.i.i.. ..... .
. hoarding house for tl.. . . T .,
'V" ' ln , , l C0",,raodllon
ofday boarder, in thu brick residence on
the corner of Twollth and Poplar streets
Mr. Stowart;ii known tu Cairo peoule as
an old hand ai ti... 1. . '"'"'Pwpi
n old band at tho business ol providinir
"""i"'u" ior bearders, and wth a
u ,11 r , . . '
"".erminauon 10 keep up hor well-oarned
r.inni.i ...n..i.. . .1 . ...
-r "f i "ou-urueu i
S. "k u" 01 VUWe
ii'iit;u. Xt.H.VI!.,f I
!, UI uur IUUU 1. 1 1 1 1 . n U 1. 1 1 . 11 . . .. .
K,Kuln '0". d Commercial avunue
""ore d. ueorgo bliennouso with his gen.
tlomaqly assistants can be found at auv I of
h"Ur f lb dV " nl8ht' lo i00'B
your leullngt with a tmooth tbave, or cool
your temper and bead with a good them-
poo. It is a first-class shop, aud you are
sure of receiving . flrtt-olutt treatment
.auies aua.ouiidren s hair cut or curlid
tertde moil approved at v 8.161
Tiik dedication of tba ii, E. church at
Ullin will take placo on Sunday, Sep
,T& ? .
"ov. Joitu Grant, pretldine eldor
o.b'olatlng, All friends of the church and
ii vTriiiaiiy mviiea 10 po 1 piy
, . ' OAJHO, iLMrfoK, ;
Monday evening, Aug. 31, 1874, J
After a line rain the weather cleared
coil and plnt'and to-day wai very fa
vorablu tor out door hutlnea.
Tho leveo bai been luudtralely lively
for a week pail and the lltt of arrival
a id departure of tieamori ha been double
that of any on week of the pait om
Uuilneii li very quiet, but thero it a
good feeling in noarly everything.
There hl been a little heavier move
ukli in lleur, but price bad to come
down lu the lowtiil figure to make It.
White corn I ijnlcl ani dull, iliiod
le dull but Brin. Oat are held Urnl and
little doing. liiUurl unchanged, and
egg are icarco aid in active demand.
The poultry market bat improved and
receipt are dWpoied ol on arrival. Oiber
brancbe of the market are uucbanged.
ja-ayOJr frienel thoutd bear In mind
that the price here given are usually for
laletfrom tint band in round lot. In
filling order and fur broken lot It m
neceiaary to charge an advancu over tbeie
I 1VVI l U TUIJ IWW IWWHI IUBII
II. a IMW Uiu.e ft, in
. .tt . , . .a
u "' """" " "luu " uu".
the movemtnl has been moderately heavy.
Sale comprise 1&0 bbl various grade
to to 7 DO; 3U0 bbl various grade, 3 60
to ti 00; COO bbls, city mills, varloui
grade, 4 CO to 7 00 ; 300 bbl various
grade, 4 CO to 0 2C; 'i car loads, various
grades, b 'it, to C CO; I car load, 220 bbls
various grades, f V'C to "JOO; j)0 bblt(
variout grades, 4 00 to 7 ou,
Tbert Is a fair demand for choice hay
at 18 00 '20 00, delivered, lluceipti
ere small and the supply utl'ering It
tcercely equal to the demand. Hale were
2 cars timothy, delivered, 18 00; I car
choice timothy, delivered, 18 00 ; 1 car
cbolo mixed, 18 00 ; 1 car cboico timothy,
10 00 ; 1 cert choice mixed, 1C 00 1C 00,
The movement 1 very Jinall but prices
are tlrm and a shade higher 011 iiilml than
tan week. White ii dull at isolation
Sales were '1 car mixed in neks del.
70c; 1 car mixed In tack delivered, 76
2 car mixed in tacks delivered, 77(o)7be;
3 cars while in tack dellvurad, 81(3830
1 car mixed in sacks delivered, 7Cc.
The market 11 dull. Supplys are fully
up to the small demand. Prices rule
steady and unchanged. Sales were 3 car
Galena in bulk on track, 41c; 1 car mixed
in tackt delivered, 4e; 1 car mixed in
bulk on track, 4'J; .1 car choice tacked and
The market It steady and Urm a to
price, but very dull so fer as transactions
re concerned. Choice brands are tlrm at
'J 16311 0. StWi, inn bbls S, 1). dot
3 CO; 10J bbl K. I). delivrt,i, :t 45,
quiet, dull and unchanged. Very little
asmana lor it outside tho looal trade.
We note tales of 1 car in sucks delirred,
to UO, 300 sacks dullvered, .', 00.
'cars sold at I 00 sacked and doliv-
ored; 1 oar told at '.lie sacked and dellv-
ine market Is unchanged. Choice
Northern kutler is in Mr dtmanJ, at
good prlcei. Sales wrr ID packagos
cnoice soutborn Illinois, 21c; C tubs giKd
Northern, 20 to 21c; 4uo lbs choice
1 tie market is entirely Lare .f eggt,
Anera was contldorable imjuiiy to
day for froth In good order at I3($13c.
we bavo no sale to report.
Thore It an activo Inquiry for choice
young and old chicken,, and very few
coming In. Old find ready tale al 3 00,
and goed young do at 'i 50. Trantac
lions aro small owing to lack of receipts.
Hales wero C coops mixed young and old
i W, 30 dozen young and old, 2 60 00.
rr I ti.., i i , .
"' very niuo uomg in irult of any
are governed ontlrely by the demand and
supply. Sales were 10 bushels Missouri
pears in boxes at 1 00 per bushel;
isuv u uoncord grapes at Sc.
ine market is bare of shoulders and
hams, and ll, .m.tl t... r
.m.. ' J ... .
",u" "uu "ru on U,DU " uo,a " rotsasl
I .!, . .
dealers, We note 11I01 ot II,. rl-ar
15; 4 caiks refined lard, I C j.
Many who arotull'erlng from the elfeo
of the warm weather aod are debilitated
aro advlted by phyilclan to take moder-
ato amounts of whisky two or three
uuriuB iu uay, in n llltle while
ftht-ieWl wrin .LI. .
. u .t 1.1. auvico irequontly in-
crease mo number of "drink. .ml in
time become confirmed lnhi.i.. a
boTl"K8 lh w'" "Ot or
toxle.tlng liquor., and w
L.i.n.. i.'. .
hlch is Intended
etpoclally (or the bonollt of debilitated
pirtons, whether at home or abroad, it Dr
Hcnunck'ssoa Weed Tonic. Containing
mujuicot 01 many medicinal herbs, Ibis
preparation does not create an
- i.i.hu iur mo 1 inioxiaaiinr onn
...... in r .......
Tho nourishl,, and ' hi ..
" ...w- ,
upportlng proportles of manv valuable
natural productions contained In It and
well-known tu medical mon, have a most
strengthening Inlluence. A tinelo botlU
or tue 'ionic will demonstrate itt value-
qU'"UI'"' Kr d"blllt-' ri"DB "
,Iltoo,i overuxertlon or any caute what
eYrt lf'ful of Sea Weed Toalo
taken after 111. al will ttrenuthen t he
-tomach and'ereate an appetite for whole
omefood. To all who are about. leavirs;
borne, we deilre lo tay tbat tho ox.
I elleot of Dr, Hcbanck'a seasonable
reraodlet, Hea, Weed Tonio and Mandraket
Villi, are particularly evident when taken
by those who are injuriously affected by a
change of wator and ditt. No person
thould leave hmo without laking a tup
ui meie taraguardt along. For tale
All drill,. .fall
Always Ahead !
Cloathmg and Furnishing
OAHPKTS, OIL CLOTHS, &c.
GoIiInIIiiu & Roseuwater
No 140 Comntfrcitil Avmur.
Ono of the oldost flrmt In the oily,
have within the last four years been com
pelled to mUo several additiohi lo their
buiidlug, in order to accommodate their
inciearn in the Wholesale and It-tall bull-
niii. They haya recently extended the
second lloor wf their itoro 20 fent, uiaklbg
it tbo entire Ungtb of the lower room,
which givei thou 1H() fett lu length alto
guthor, bolng tbo largott and most com-
plote establishment in the nlty.
TIIK rlHKT 1'l.uOK,
as usual, will be uted excluiively fur the
tale of Dry Ooodt of all kinds, with
Clothing, Furnishing UuoJi, Nullum, .Vc,
tok rxco.Mi riiou
wlllbooccuploi with Ctrpett, Oil Olotbt,
Mattings, Ac, aud iboir reservo itock ef
all klbdt of goodi for the wboletale trsde.
In arranging their rooms tba proprutori
bad an eyu to tho comfort, ronvemeoco
and accomodation of the public.
THE NEW STOCK '
which they are Just receiving, coinprlioa
a full line or DKESS OOODH of the
latest aud most fashionable pattern;
and PRINTS of every variety, from the
most popular mills;
of all kind, Including PIECE OOODH of
the bett Amorlcan and European menu,
of all kinds, In endless prolusion and
Clothing und FuriiiMlilug
O. & lt.'t itock of Clothing and Fur
1 nlthing Ooodt It the largest, most torn
plete and suitable to this market of
any in the city. Particular care hat beta
taken la its selection, and we are cnifl
dent that the public will be well pltased
with the goods and prices. In
Carpets, Oil Cloths, 4c,
Oolditlne and A: ltottu water have no tu.
perlor If an equal is all this motion,
They have a very large ttock, with new
designs ol both Carpels and Oil Cloths,
ana they will be able to sell at figure
that defy competition, We call special
attontlon to this line of goods now, be
came it it In order for ruoini to be r
Valises, Jic, iu, this tlrm a usual, leads
the trade, being well prepared tu till any
order, at home or abroad,
Tho Entire New Slock
of goods has beea purchased by our Mr.
Rosenwaler during quite a long stay lu
New York, Huston, aud Pull
adtlphla, and be hat taken
partionlar care In the selection, They
bare all been bought at tuoh ttguret that
everything will be sole remarkably low.
"We only aik fr small margin, conscious
tbat It I to our intereit, a well at to
the Interest of tboie who buy.
Ihankful for pad patronage, we. only
aik that tho public, will call and look at
ourstook and price before purchasing
Auguit 31, 1871. 202.9 Mf
ji.i.v i'Kxexr..-ciomthlbg new In
I Commercial avenue
Dn. William, Dentin may be found
In his otllce at any timo ; extracli teeth at
all boun day or night. Office at 140
Commercial avenue, between 8th and Oih
Fdtt Sai.k. 2V0 aor.uu me quart Irult
cant at $1 per dozen ; half gallon cant at
1 CO pur dor.cn, all of good tin with
grooved learnt, manufactured and for tile
by A. Ilalloy, Itio Warhington avenue,
aear Tenth itreet. 184.108.40.206m
A II a IIxst. The general verdict Is
tuai j'. k. Sulllvau't toda wator il the bett
n the 0 Iv. Trv It. No. If.i r.i,...u..
! clal avunuo,
between Ninth and Tenth
OakhI OanhI Oaks I Quarts, one do!-
lar per dozen; half gallon, one Ally
per dozou ; madu of butt material and
groqved.aeama; at lienderiou'i, 190 Com,
ilAUOrur Colleeirc. Hanoi er. Indiana
NKXTtunil biKllir .Senltinber Oth. IHTi.
Two full courier, classical and scicntilic,
wlthprcpatory department, itill faculty.
Tuition free. Hoardliiir aa low as cUewhere.
For Information er catalogues apply to Itev
O. f!. DKC'KMAN, I). I). President.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
Ko. 70 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS
larSpoclel attsntlou given to conniin.
BieuU and UUlOic orders, 11.2 1