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Whsw at, on tbo 2"th day of Januarr 1? i
UtU Bly and Sarah lllv, hie wife, Uide
t-cute ami on the 28th ilav of January
did acknowledge and deliver to llm undo
signed, their certain motrgaKo tlccil, and ll
thereby bargain, ell, relo.no and totivo
to the undesigned tin? following describe
lot nt ground In tlie City of Cairo, count
of Alexander Hud Male or Illlnol', to.wl
lot numbered tivcniy-ntno (23), in Mook
numbered forty.lnur(44), together with nil
tic privilege ami nppurtoiintiecs in lliu
saino belonging or appertain mr, ami did
thereby release and aho all rlcliti nnd
privilege under and by vlrtuo or flu? home
lead exemption law of tlio (state ol Illinois
to secure tio, payment of two note, cndi
Tor tlio iuui er ulglily-ono dollar, bearing
uveudato with Raid mortgage nnd uach pay
able to the order of Zacliartah 1). MntiiiiM
in thirty day nnd nine month" niter date, ie
ptctlvely with ten per vent, lnton-it.
And whereas, said mortgngn provides that
In caso or default In the payment of cltlii'r
of atld note or Any part thereof, thou liolo
aum to secured aball at;the option ol Ui
ucuorsignou uocomo uno mm jiayauio
and tue t.ild mortgaged jiroinlsc
may be told In tbc manner, ami upon al Mil
notice as In said raorlgiiKO sjtrilfled, and
whereas, default ban been maun for more
(ban fen day, In thu juymcnt of portion
or aald sum ao sfrurcd, now tbvielorr, by
virtue of tbo Power In said
northern contained. J will on
tlio lib day or September, 18,1, at
Jionr of a o'clock, n.in.. nt tlio front door of
tlio court Jioiic,ln said City or Cairo, nunty I
or Alexander and alate of Illinois tiircrfor
f-alo nt public vendue, to tlio Mghc't bbUb r
ror cub, lot numbered twenty-nine In
block numbered forty-four (II).
heretofore dencrtlcd, nnd will
I'xcculo and deliver to the pur
clumcr a deed tberetorc. Ditcd Auiiat '21th,
ttSll. 7.AC1IAUIAU I). JlATIIfSS,
Samuel P. Wheeler, Mortgagee.
Att'y for Morlgagoc.
Tho Ural Monday ot ;.Uml..r h-t-g I
th. r.ln J.r riM, rn t wfnler
. . - .......,. A..,I.I,.H . ..Ml I
begin on tlio 7th Init.
1'arenU desiring to iood tholr children
to the accaJomy a to roquoited to accom
pany them to niaketho nocoesary ttranpo
mnU. AlUho branchoi ot a pollto and solid
ducatlon will be taught, lnolullng
French, German, muilc, and fancy needle
work. The Uertnan language to bo
augbt by a German liitor. U-2-2W
Dr. Williams, .Dentin may bo found
In his offlco at any time : oxtracts tooth at
all hours day or night. Offlco at 140
Commercial avonuo, between 8th and Olh
street. 4 5-8-4-1 in
Jct Kichtbd. Vrlme lard, broak
fast bacon, hams, fresh butter at the
now Itlck stoto, corner of Twentieth and
lOO-O-l-Ct i E, DistmcH A Co.
Oaks I UansI Oakb IQuarts, ono dol
lar por dozen ; half gallons, one flty
per dozen ; mado of best material and
groorod seams; at Xlandorson's, 180 Com
mercial avenno. C2.8-8-lm
Koticb to xrx Punuo. Tho now
packing house market In "Wilcox's block,
will bo open Saturday next, with fresh
meals and new lard, at the lowest mnrkot
price. Howe & Duo.
For Bknt. Tbo undorslgnod has throo
nrst-clasa Tosldoncee, two on Crocs and
ono on Eleventh (troot, for rent. Excel
lent otsterns, out-housos, and all other
convonlenoee. Just put Into fine ordir.
Enquire or O. "V. McEtAio, P. M.
TO LOVIBTILLK AWD ClNC'IK XAT1 AND
ltKTVtM.Tht OaIto and Vnoonns raff
road will sell tickets to parties wishing to
attond the Loulsrlllo oxposltlon at one
fair for the round trip, or In other words
a hit prloe. They will also sell tickets
to Cinolnnatt and return on tho same con
dition. Tioketswlll be good to return
any lime whllo the exposition continues.
Wasuihotoh Uakbry, Mr. Josoph
Koneker has taken chargo of this well
known oitablishtnont, and will, on and
alter to-day, bo ablo to supply tho
publio JwllU cholco broad, including
Uoston, Jlrown nnd (Jratmni broad, besides
cakes and eonfoctionarios of orory de
scription. Jfeiog an axporlencud and
skilful baker, Mr. Konokor will not fall to
satisfy all who patronise him. 140
Washington avonuo. Zi--1-m
Day BoAitDiRU. Mrs. Hlowart wishes
to Inform tho public that she has openod
a boarding house for the accommodation
of day boarders, la the brick rosidenco on
the corner of Twelfth and l'oplar itreoti.
ilrs. ijtosart Is known to Cairo peoplo an
an old hand at the business ot providing 1
ncceptablo faro for benrdors, and with a
determination to koep up her well-OLrned
reputatlf, solicits a sharo of public pat
Tnx barber mop is on no corner ot
Uighth street and Commercial avonuo
where J. Qeorgo Httonhouio with bis gon
tlemanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head, with a good sham
poo. It is a first-lass shop, and you are
auto of rocoWlng firit-olats treatment
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curleil
tor tho moll appro? j hi .r S-lV.
TllK UXLMOKICO lUBTAUniM will
opon on the ilrst ot ISsptomber and will
be kept open thereafter day and night.
llarrr Walknr baa tiikiIa &11 nrannrb
rf -- i -
tlons for tho restaurant business and will
bo ablo to acoommodato all hlsjcuitoaiori
Frih oysters, game of all kinds, and
everything In its season that tho market
affords, will be servod up.
lJoatd on the Kuropoan plan three
tickets for one dollar.
lUguUr day board at tho old rates
Enl-clui board at third-class ratf4.
'." ?Z 'rfiA5ic finds one
of It. most Insidious and dangerous lo.a
In the any so-called "tonics ana " ap
pettxsrs." made of cheap hliky and re
fuse liquors, finished up to suit depraved
appetites under the name of rnedUlno.
Dr. "Walmb's Oaluobxia Vinegar
IJittx ua ai none of theso. Thoy aro not
a Veverage, but are a genuine medicine,
,,",8e,UU Iu,PreJ f"" Call,
fornlah.rb.bjr ar.uuur physician. Y0i
all dl..u. , of the stomach, liver, kidney.
Madder, skin and blood, tnoy ire an In
fallible and unrivaled TtnedT
OAJllO LOCAL NEWS.
Somebody to take Ho in us a thou"-) i-ill
head', L'ood paper ami finely punted, lor
g.t M to 4 W.
Mat emeu I,,
Onallioiianml fdatemonU pr.lited at Tins
lIl l.l.KTiM olllco lor 1i.M to 4.00.
Ono thnlind note beads printed 'IK
Itt'U.itTt olllco for $ I.OOl twoU"aM,ia ,or
One thotiwd buslncM card, fine IlrlHol
board, printed at Tup IIUt.l.ltTfH office lr
from ji.an affording to ''
Wanted A good boot and eboomakor.
Apply nt corner Tonlli street and Com
A IX tho day'boardor; In tho city ran
be accommodated nt thu tit. Charlo
hotol, with lltst-clau board at second cIajj
Jki.LY l,itKKscs.Hometblni; now In
tho .lolly l'ress lino, at Uondorsou's, 100
Coramorclal nroniio. C'2-8 -0-1 in
Kkv. Mr. Tiiayir's Oommumicatiow.
Anothor of Vti Tbayor's fnloritlnj;
communications .will bo found on tho
OmcuiT Court. Tho circuit court
moots Monday mornicg. Tho dockot will
bo nearly ono-balf less than the lest torn)
sixteen criminal cnics.
"Vb havo n pair or chromos "l'luok"
that we will soil for six dollars, regular
price of.thom Is S10, They may bo soon
at the ilULiXTix offlco.
Hird's CounT. Not a caio In Judgo
llird's court yostorday. Ho has nothing
to do but study Illackstone, plny chockers
and fnstruot his singing class.
I if Jail. Jailor Dick Fitzgerald In
forms us that ho Is now boarding about
thtrty-throo gcntlomen, all of whom havo
business to transaet at tho approaching
session of the droit court.
Max Kueuxk, tbo organ butldor, Is
ready at any tlmo to tuno and repair
pianos and melodeons. You may safely
truityour instruments to his caro; you
will not bo docelvod.
2'artks desiring to havo their pianos
and mclodean cleaned, repaired and
tunod, should trutf thorn to if. K
Kuohno, eornor Thirteenth and "Walnut
streots. Ho Is tbo most competent man
i OLlt'K UOUIIT. judge man Una a
light day: only one case, that a civil ono
of no importanco to the publio. Tho two
men arrostod for passing countorfjlt
money wore brought before tho judge
but ho had no Jurisdiction In tho caet.
Hilvxr UuRKKT Uamd. This band bad
a largo crowd at tho stand, comer of Di
vision street and Washington avonue.last
night, to listen to their exqulsito music.
Thoy played two-new pieces that woro
hoartlly applauded by tboto present.
Aiblk Inc'onsibtb.-cik3. Vt.D. Arter,
of tbli city, has published a pamphlot of
twentv-foar pages on "The Inconsistency
of tho Inspirations ol tlio Illblo." It con.
taint a good deal of mattor In which infi
dels nnd unboliovcrs In tho Inspiration of
tho lilblo will tako much intorost.
Doiua Well. John Finloy, tho man
who tried to take his own life, last Wed
nesday morning, is doing well under the
caroful nursing of tho biilors of Morcy
hospital, and will in a fan days be ablo to
appoar on tho streets. If he made tho
throats accredited to him by others, he
will bo a dangerous man to run at largo.
KXTCSITIOK TjCKKTd TO Cl.VCISXATI
ami Louisville. All persons who dc
slro to go to Cincinnati or Louisville, can
procuro round trip tlckots at tho goueral
ticket ofllce ot the Cairo & VIncennes
railroad, in Cairo. Uno faro for tbo round
trip. Tickets good to go and rotnrn for
six days from dato of isiuo.
Hotel Arrivals. St. Charles. O 11
Kelly, l'oplar Bluff; Kdwln Corliss, Me
tropolis; James Itouso, Kvansvllle; Fred
n Houston, ii ew wnea.ni; u Jl v Hit more,
St Louis; Mrs J C Kribben, Madlld; Mils
Li liugbus, Madrid, Mo.
Dslmonico, AV JI Mancnld. Csntralla:
8 O Anderson, Wilson county, Tonn; Mr
Fiiher, do; O F Cornell, Ht Louis.
1'uisLif Bchoclh. Tho nublic schools
of Cairo will opon Monday. It is desir
able tbat parents have their children at
ma several schools promptly at tho open-
men ii necuiiariiT tnuon worn on
tho hrit day of tho session In arranging
and classifying. From present appear-
ances thoro will be h largor attendance
'I'J THE I'ATROXS or THE liTCOMISO
luevRAMiK Company Take Notick. .
Kenowal receipts lesuod by O. P. Lyon, late
ngont, unleu signed by tho prosidont and
socretajy of tho company, aro null and
voio. and of no ciloct. No loss will be
paid under thorn unless 'rogularly limed.
Cairo, III., Aug, 30tb, 1874.
K. M. Hahmaw, Btato Agont.
Mr. Stuart, of the llrm of Btuart Sc
Cholson, is now in Now York, engagod
In forwarding the latest novelties to be
lound In the niarkit, and will supply us
from day to day with all that Is fresh
novel ana select. It will bo to tbo ad van!
tao of ovory buyer or dry goods to awaft
his return. Ktuakt & Qholson.
Henry KLi.iorr.of KlllottA: Haytborn,
s now in New York buying a largo stock
of dry goods for tho fall and wlntor trado.
Tho firm has built up an Itnmonso wholo
salo and retail boot and shoo buslnoss, and
their long experience In tlmos put In the
dry goods lino insuros thorn success In
this addition to their business, Their
now itock wilt begin to arrlvo next week
nnd will bo at good If Dot tbo best selec
tlon ovor brought to this market.
Kxlioiouh. Kev. H.
"will dellnf .li.-
It rt'i. '
tun morning in
the it.jierian etmrcn upon tbe follow
ing: ''Our Minion," In tbo evenly
his subject will , ",No Inoon ""J ln
turi lurpiration or tbo mtile."
l'roacllng this morning nnd evening
at tho baptist Mlulon Itoonm, by Ktder
,i. W. Hunsscker. Tho public nr'o re-
qtutted to attend.
CArn!LK8aJ:is. A colored potlsr wbllo
cleaning up tho room formerly used by
C. M. Howo, opposite that of Judgo
llroes, caroleiily bandied a ride be found
setting In tbo corner of tho room; result
was that bo let it go oft'. Tlio ball went
through tho door of tbat room and tlie
onoopposltu nnd lodged In tbo wall of
Judir.0 Droii' back olllco. ,'1'hero was
quite a crowd In tho hall at tho time and
it is surprising that lomo ono was not hit.
l'ooplo using Uro arms should bo moro
Ki'itoriAN ifoTxi., Ansa. The dele
gates from Cairo and eliewhitro are loud
In tholr pratso of tho troatraont recelvod
at this popular hotol, Tho train brought
twenty-flvo more peoplo than they looked
for, but In a romarkably short tlmo tny
woro calltil lo net down to a breakfast
that would havo done srodlt to tbo vory
boss hotol in tbo land. Moniri. liush and
llnmmon aro oxcollont mon and under
stand tholr business thoroughly. Wo
advlst our frloads to clvo them a call
whon at Anna. Thoy will not regret It
Truck Untune. There Is a class of
men In Cairo, who go around tho city
with farmers that como in with vegeta
bles, melons and slch. Tboto criers havo
very strong lungs and their loud yelling
Is boooming a bore to a largo number of
our poople. It should bo either stopped
or charge them for tho privilege. Hotel
runnors, auctioneers, etc., have to pay a
license why not them ? If somo alder
man will introduce a resolution covering
tho caso hn will recelvo tho thanks of tho
Serenade. Tho Silver Cornet band
aitor ontertainlng a largo crowd of our
citizens at tbe up town stand, paid The
Bulletin olllce a serenado and played
number of ploccs, which wero listened to
by a large concourse of poople. The
gentleman of tho band will pleaM accept
tbo thanks of all connected with tho
olllco. V can stand such trcatmont
overy day In tbe year.
Later, Ao slnco learn that the
serenado was solely lntendod, for "the
young lady" which arrlvod In town
Ian I'rlJv ovaning, which inakos tho half
OouuL'NtCATioMB Solicited. Wo so
licit communications from tho citizens of
Cairo. Thcso columns are opon to any
citizen to discuss the affairs of Cairo to
suggest, to condemn, to pralso. Items of
local news, on postal card or in envolopr,
will bo thankfully received. Wo wish
lo mako The Bulletih a good local
paper, and can do so only by the co-opor-atten
of Ihecitiiens. Why do we not om
ploy report. tu gatner tho nows ? Be
cause to be candid wo can't pay them.
Tho patronage of The Betlletim In
Cairo would not be Inoroased two dollars
a week If we should mako It as good a
newspaper as The New York Herald, and
the patronago It receives will not justify
the expenditure of one cent moro than
we now put Into our columns. After a
few yaars, Cairo will sustain a daly papor
and then wo will havo a good one.
On the Trail. City Marshal McUalo
and tho police forco of the city have been
working diligontly to obtain somo clue to
the man who killed the horse and cut up
clothing, parcels, etc., that was in the
wagon of Mr. Humpbrey Thursday
night. It seems to be tho opinion that
tho Send, when cutting tho blanket which
covored tho bag of corn, supposed tbat
Mr.Uumphrey was under tbe samo asleep,
and whon finding that ho was not there
becamo so e.vasperatod tbat ho took his
revenge by cutting the horses throat. Tbe
polico think that thoy havo the right man
under thetr eye. It Is hoped tbat they
have, for a moro outragous act has never
been committed in thii city. No punish
ment Is loo sovere for such a low, misera
ble, dirty, cowardly wretch. If Mr. 11,
had notified tho ollco as soon as he
learned of tbo dastardly act, Instead of
going to his hotel to brood ever his
roubles, the porpotrator would, without a
doubt, be in the hands of the authorities.
Myers, Mrs K
rltono, M A
Martin, Miss F.
' Park, Huo
Tmith, Tilllo T
Blackford, J 8
(Jibson, J J
Herndon, John C
Mattingly, J A
I'ernell, Ooo W
Conghlln, Geo (3)
Hill, Ooo W (D)
Jack ion Joigph
i, Lyens, Ueo 1'
Leonard, J If
Parker, Jas P
Hchultz, J F
Smith, Mai tin
Wilson, Jas A
Ware, Peter (3)
Stone, II A
IIeo.W, McKeaiu, P, M,
UNION COUNTY NF.WSi
Hepnrtcu boon ,n eventful wook In
thjTnec'u of woods." What with tho
Cairo " M,nP meel,n8 ot lhn
-olhodlila, at .lonosboro; tbo congro.;
slonal and roproiontatlvo conventions Of
tho democrats at Anna together with
tbo preparation fr tho circuit court next
weslffind' tliS c'6'unly fair of tlio wook
following, havo created no llltlo anlma.t
tlon and oxcitomont In our olbnrwlio quiet
llltlo Inland city. Tho crowdl dally In
attendance as well ni at night, at tho
campmeetlng havo beon very encouraging
to tho cburcb; much good preaching and
salutary advlcohavo been alfordod tbevnst
multltudo from tl.ne to time, which
we trust has not bean sown on
sterile soil tut like "bread cnit
upon the waters, will be gatliorol
many days hor.ee. Flftooti nonvorslons
and fourteen additions to tho church I
the result so far. 1 will not r-poak of tho
convonticn at Ann, but glvo you n fow
During tlio camp mooting Mr. Henry
Dillout, nn oitlmablo farmer living four
mlloi south of Jonoiboro, had a very lino
horso stolon from tho !cami irruunds, and
as yot baa not bad tho ooJ fortune to
hoar of bursa or tMat.
On thu noonJ at Uoptombor James i
Jfntlleld was arrttled whilst In possession
of a stolon bono, tho property of a man
by tho namo of Myers. Deputy tiherlll
Ueo. Harrison in ail o tho arrott. Tlio pris
oner also was In possosslon of counterfoil
On lint Wednesday-, as as on of John
Sllvor was driving a team aerois the
squaro of Jonosbarp, it becamo unruly
and ran against a horso and buggy, which
took fright thoroat.JTho horse broko lcoio
from his fastenings and ran, smashing tho
bu&ey (tho property of Mr. Ooo. Hartlln)
No lltt exeltemont and commotion
wero crca-.iJ at Anna by a frightened
horso runniue away and loaplng onto tho
porch nt tho stor of T. M. l'orrlnei
whero ho was with difficulty provontod
from golcg Into tho store. Thero was no
damago done to ha horse or auy person
On tho 2d Inst., Laandor MoICianay,
a sprightly lad of threo years of ago, liv
ing west of Jonoiboro, was on horseback,
tho animal becamo ad'rightod and
threw him, breaking both bones of the
foro arm. He is doing well howover,
Though but littlo slcknoss in this hoaltby
region, I have to rojord tho doath of
Henry 11. Williams, who died on Thurs
day last. He was abaut 21 yonrs of ago,
a natlvo of Jonesboro, and was burled on
yosterday. On tho night of the 4th an In
teresting little daughter of Ollvor Aldln,
at Jonesboro,aged 4 years, died qulto sud
denly. On tho 0th J sell, daughter of
Jotn Inscore of Anna, agoJ 3 yoars, dlod
very suddonly. one complained of head
acbo, was put to bed by bor mothor, and
found dead beforo the afflicted parents
were aware of bor dangr.
I must not noglcct to notice
tho starling of a new paper hero,
tho "Harbinger," i.J.P.-i..i i
In all things and neutral in nothing. It
Is about tne size of tho Mo. Ilopubllcnn
nnd is vry creditable its founder.
I muit cloio ror tho presont. Oniox.
EXPENSIVE C RIMINALS.
Kuitor Bullkti.v: Under tho above
caption, you, in a late isiuo of Til a Bui.
LETIK, aftor saying something about tho
great burden tho tsx.payurs of Alexander
county have to carry, in tbe oiponto
of the arrert, convlctiou and punishment
of "non-resident criminals," ask, "Is thoro
no remedy 7 If anyone knows a rem-
ody let htm speak out." It does seem
little like presumption for an humble
citizen to suggest law to a senator ot this
great State; and yet, knowing you to bo
very good-natured, and willing to hear
what may be eaid, I shall speak, For
many years, the writer has been a witnots
of what yon refer te ; and having at all
times felt kindly towsrds the peoplo of
Alexander county, for many acts of kind
ness exhibited by them to rnytelf, this has
been matter of somo thought.
It occurs U me that It is tho duty of
the titate to prolojt tthe whole peoplo,
from tbe ravages and tho espense of trial
of all non-residents, who commit crlmo in
this Hlato. If tbe resident of any county
commits crime, and floes' tbe stato, tho
peoplo of tbat county have no power to
bring him back; and nro not allowed to
exerclso any dliaretion in the case, as to
whether they will incur the oxpsnse of
hit return and trial 'or not'
This the state authorities control; l
hen appeared to me that it would be Just
to provide by general law: First, that
all reiidenti ot the state, who commit
crime in any other county than tho one
in whieh they restdo, should bo prosocutcd
at the expento of tho county of their res
Monco. Second, that all persons, who,
aftor tbe commlision of crlmo In any
county, whether it bo tho one In which
they have a reaidenco or not, shall tloo tbe
tato and take up their rcilJcuco In an
othor iiute or county, and shall
by statu authority bo returned
to thii iuto for trial and
punishment, should bo roturnod, tried
and puniihed, attbeexpome of the stato.
Third, That all persons who have no
permanent raiidence, or plaoo of abodo In
any county of this stale, who shall com
mit crlmo In this state, shall bo arrested,
trlod and punished at the expense of tho
state, tho amount of thoso nuconary
and legal colli and oxpensos, as well as
the placo of reiidence, &c, ot the criminal
to bo ascertained and fixed by tbo court
rondorlng Ileal judgment in tho causo, or
if tho case should not proceed te final
Judgment of cdnvlction"or acqullal then
hy tbe court whero tho caso' was pending
at tho time tbo criminal escaped or tbo
casu wai disposed of other than by llnal
Judgment of convlctiou or ncqultal,
William J. Yobt,
Metropolis, 111,, Aug. "8, 187 J.
Arrest. For L'amu'o .CoicTKtT
last night two men entered thu Wlnsor
mansion, and tendorod In payment for
drink n fifty dollnf II. 8. treaiury note.
Miss (J race, having her double ns to the
ganiilneiiei.i ot the bill, sent it out to have
it thnnghd. Tho boy returned with the
smalt bills, but Mliri WinSor, stilt think
ing thoro was .something wrong, sont the
boy back to' toll the gimllomati who
Changed tho bill that ibo did
not want to- Kl held accountable
t tho iiot'o Vro.vod a counterfeit. iThls
oponed tho'oyes of tho merchant, who
askdd experts regarding It and all uavo It
astliolr oiliiloti thntit was a well oxenuted
counlerfelt. Deimty Hhorllf John Cain
was notillud nnd took the two men Into
custody, calling to hla aid Mr. James
Lano, Whon on tho way to Jail uud
absut half wav botworn tho cuitom houie
and ftirnituro factory, tbo smaller one of
the two ondoavorod to throw Cnln over
tho sldowalk. Not succeeding, he broke
away nnd Jumped thu railing,
Mr. Lano llred, followod qulikly by a
elioi , fsoni Cain's pistol,- Tho report of
their revolvers brought to tholr aid
Policeman Clin!. Mehner nnd Constuble
ltobt. Billlngtly. Aftor n short search
the man was foetid In tho grass clo? to
whero ho jumped over. Both mon wero
fAfaly lodged In fail without furthor JIM
culty. They gavo tho names of J. V.
Ilvk.and' J. M.,lt.iwlott.uml claimed to
rciidj ln CHllowhycouuty,Kentucky, and
say that by Monday Ihfy can provo lbat
tbey came by tho rnouny legitimately
Tho couple woro brought beforo Judge
Brow this morning. Ho not having Ju
risdiction In tho caio thoy wero sent back
'.o Jail to await tho action of tbo of Unllod
Stales nuthorltlei. -
Later. Tho men Dick nnd Itowlotti
were brought boforo U. H. Commissioner
John Q. Herman, at -1:10 p. m. Delia
Harrall, nn Inmate of tho WInior hmiie,
teitlSed that Dick gave hor a fifty dollar
.bill ' which' sho could' 'not chsngo, and
handod It to tbe landlady to havo
cbangod, thero being doubti as to the
money bolnE rood, Grace taut It out to
havo tho bill chanced. I do not know
any more about tho caio, . nnd cannot re.
cognize the bill as tho'oao handed in tun
by tho prlsonor.
Crois examination byDlck
Didn't you look at tho' bill and say tbat
It was a counterfoil t
"Answer Bollovo I did look at it and
remarked tbat 1 bad my doubts about Its
Dicks Di J I not toll you It wai a coun
terfeit? Answer Think, you did, but
you tried to lovo the home aftor I had
handed tho bill to tho grocory man-to havo
It changed, and I could scarcely koep you
In when you romarked that this 1 s a uloe
way to treat a man.
Dick wanted to furthd'r croii oxamlnx
when Commissioner Herman said tbat,
Qraco Wlnsor, tbo proprietress, testified
that Miss Delia came to her with
a fifty .lollar" bill and i!d
this man gavo It to mo, pointing
toiJiCk-; I fell it and thought trom tho
tooling of the, bill tbat it was bogui ; I
gave It to my br-tondor, Mr. Lano, to
have changod, anil oautionod him to be
careful, tbat I had doubts about its be
ing gonuino; Mr. Lane soon roturno
with tho change; I still felt
uneasy and aikod him to go back - to
the storo, whoro he got tho bill changed
and tell thorn I did not want to be hold
responsible if tho" bill turnodout boa
counterfeit; ho proaondy camo back nnd
stid tbat it was a counterfeit; ln tho
meantime ono of tbo girls brought
me a fifty dollar bill, given her by this
other man, (pointing to Hewlett) both
bills being of tho samo denomination and
looking alike, with tbo oxceptbn that tbo
last ono was lorn, I sent Mr. Lano out for
an ollicer; Deputy Hhorllf Cain came to
tbo heuso aud arrested thcrn both.
The balance of tbo evidence being al
most a ropotltlon, it ii not noceiiary to
glvo It. The toiler or tho City Na
tional, and Chai, Cunningham,
caihler of tho First National bank
wero sworn and stated tbat thorn was no
doubt about tbo twp.bllls .bolng couator
Deputy fiuorIfTCAla recognized tbo
bills and said ono was handod to him by
.. ..." ... -
uraee winsor, and tue otuor- no louna in
100 pOCKOl'DOOK 01 HOWJOlt.
The romalnder of Mr. Cain's evidenco
would bo of no epocial .Importance to tbo
Commissioner Harmon thought tho ovi
denee elicited would not Justify him in
holding the prisoners, tbat in his opinion
it would not convict them In tho United
titatti courts. Ho tbereforo discharged
NOTICK TO CONTUACTOB ii.
flcaled proposals will bo received at my
olllco until r o'clock p, in, of AVodnosday,
tho Ifith day of fioptembor, 1874, for fur
nlsbing tho matcrinls, or doing the work(
or both, for tbo construction of tho fol
lowing described sldowalk, viz; On thu
north side of tievonth street between
Washington avenuo and Walnut street,
Hald sidewalk lo bo constructed of brick.
Maid proposals shall ha directod to the
city council of tbo city uf Cairo, and will
he opened at a mealing of said council, to
bnheld on said KHIi day ol tioptembor
All proposals shall ho mado in accord.
anco with tho provisions, reauirumontil
and Hpociflcatlons of ordinance No. tfl,
approvod July ltb, 1874, which prdin-
auce is now on illo lu my olllco subject to
elimination at any tlmo.
Tho city council roeorves tho right to
ruled any nnd all proposals. '
tvu.i. ji. iia Kin.-i, uuy vviurK.
';Oaiko,11Is,, Kept. !,.17V JU3.y-l.tf
Hmiorcr Coliccgc, Hauoicr. Imlnuia
HKXTturm beelu Sentein bcr Ui h. 1S74.
Two lull 'courses,' claHicali ami helelitillc,
with preiiatory department, Full faultily.
Tuition jreu. Boarding ud low u tUuwliero,
l-'or lutoruiatlou or catalogues apply to Kov
U, C, UK01CMAN, D, D, l'rckldeut.
tBffliSLrnsTswmrnsairaii i .uumiissji wmainiaii wwain "
Him lm OimictiiiuT
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CONFEO
TIONS IN EGYPT, 20 PER CENT IOWEF
THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE TRADE.
Po not buy old enndio lliat havo boon kept ovev 1 lie
suitiiiicr, and aro slulo, ulniining liomo niamirnctitrc'. lao
so i' to your wciglit. livery box ought to coiitain iivo poinds
not, or t ounces over live. Ilnmciiibor tlio plnco
Corner 8th St. and Washington Av.
Tlio Only Place in tlie City where You can got a Complete Assortment
tltenmnr Jim I'lik, 1'aducah
" Arkansas Hollo, Kvamville;
" Boo and barges, Now Orleans;
" lbillo Ol Mompllli, Moinihti;
" City of Uhoilor, Momphir;
City of Helena, Vlckuburfrj
" John IC y lo, til Louis;
" 1'alntur nnd hargus, Hhotwolli;
Ktoaraor Jim L'lik, 1'aduoab;
' Arkamai Belle, Kvatisvllls;
11 lieu ncd barges, St Louis;
11 Hollo or Momphls, -Memphis;
. 11 Vint Ubiukln, Now Orlcam;
" City of Chestor, tit Louts;
" City of Huluna, Ht Louis.
Boati to Lkavjs To-Dat. Jim Flik
l'adueab; F 1 (Jfacy, Kvansvillo; Tom
Jaipur, New Orleans; Mary Alice and
barges, New OrlUhs; Hon. Andirson,
1'ioronco, Ala; Capitol City, Vickslurg.
Kivxa, Wisatiiiic, Bl'himcw. The
rlvur last overling was stationary at 13
foot 0 IccLei on tho gauge, having lison IV!
inches during the previous 24 houri. The
rlso Is falling off aud unleis heavy ralni
should set in above, w.ll bo
all run out In the course
ot a week. Tho condition of tho river at
other ports at 3 p. m. yesterday was at
follows : l'ittsburg 1 foot, .1 inches
roso 1 Inch ; Cincinnati C feet, 3 inches
fall 10 inches, Louisvillo 1 feet.fi Inchoi
fell I Inches. Nashville 8 feet 0 Inches
felt 'A fuet 0 inches. .St. Louis 7 fuel
inches ; roso 1 loch.
Cakooks Tho Vint. Shinkulo has
1,400 tons for r tho 1 soulh
ribo brought out two barges, Lu
took only ono with her from this port. I
was loalod entirely with Mernphl
froight. Boats from fit. Louis have mod
Hti cargoes for tho south, but (reiubt i
not at all plentiful at (it. I.oul,.
Up stroma packots are gmerally light.
Th .Suile Hilvor, Iu IohUt from New
Orleans, ii roported to have Coy tuns for
Tho Mary Alien will take forward the
bargo No. 31, which has boon loaded here
for New Orleane.
The Jim Flik did not havo hut llftetn
tons of freight.
Tho 1'aragun now on her way from
Now Orleans, has 'J000 sacks of salt.
The Bee took up tho new bargo No.
53, which wai brought ; hero by tho tug
Wasp from Metropolii, the Other day.
Uemeual Itkmi", Tho Carrio V.
Kunt. broko hor shall C5 miles bolow
Memphis, on Friday, but was putting a
band around it, and oxpects to 1U it so
that sbojwill bo ablo to continue hor trip.
Capt. Irwin Dugan, tolegraphs that tho
Kckert pasted Memphis at l'J o'clock
night before last.
Capt. It. W. Dugan is In St. Louu, and
will be hero to-night or in tho morning.
A row of, plies havo been set
across tbe chuto at the hoad
of Henderson Island, tbe Ohio, and
brush nnd othor matorial will bo placed
abovo to elluctuaUy closo up tbo chute
and turn tho channol of tbo river down
the old way. Tho water bus boon divided
thoro this season, making both channel,
On somo Life Insuranco blotters sont to
the wllarf boats yontorday, werthee word
printed in red ink, "Sallord, Morrii X
Candoo, Caiiajohatie, N. York." One
could Imagine that this is tho French way
to spoil Ctiro, hut whiit lifts Now York to
do with It?
Joe. Able, Joss Mc Unfile., John l'nylor,
Ooorgs Musiolman, (lorm .Miller and
Levi .Mil torn ere ovor ut tho lakes in
Kentucky, and maun builneei. Their In
tuition Is to bull lhn ilih market for tlio
next fow days,
Tho Missouri Democrat tsys : "It is
on reoord that in 1043 a rcsiol of 200 toes
bunion was propellod by ituam agalns
wind nnd tido, nt a considoranlo upeud, In
the harbor of Barcoluna, and yet nearly
300 yoars tharenftor wo tlnd lUimsey,
Fitch and Fulton vainly ondenvorlng 16
convlnco the ponplo of tho olehtoonth
and nlnotoenth centuries of tbo o!lioionoy
of steam for purposes of navigation.
Kd McOubo, a woll known steward on
tlio rlvijr, tiled at Covington, Ky , on FrI-
dnv lastT Ho loaves a wifo and four
The Kvansvilio 1'itcket Coirpany will
not let olght oftfiolr low'wntor boats un
til thoro is a (how of n( permaniut rise In
On tho ovonlng of July Mb, tho pas.
Hunger stoamor Knima Orahnm andforry
bont Uloaner, collldod at MaysviI4 Ky,
Tho metier was stfled by the
Inspoctora who havo suspended for
thirty days tho ltconros ot captains
Isaao Bryaon and Lenton, and pilots
Thos. M. Beasely and l'oter Btoughner
who woro the ollloors ou Jutj on tho
Iteauwi at tho tlmo,
MAUIKR 111 TKII.
llRowNTir.i.K, Tisxak, Sept. 4 -rho
Froncli bark Coroniandnl, uf Bordeiux,
apt. Franco, went nihore at BacIaOi
Maxb-o, to-day In a galo, nr.d liccau.i a
total wrouk, breaking up In less than two
houia, tho cargo drifting iiihoro. Tho
captain, first in a to, and three rcar-it-n
worn reioued. Btdvon of tho crew aro
supposed to havo pnrlihcd The (term
still continue!. Bra.-s, on tho Amoilran
rldn, Is several fnt under water. 'Hie
Inhabitants am In conrlilnrnbln danger.
187.1 FA hli STOCK 1871.
I I no t n i m rr. mmh iiMir4hin
I 1 A t t A
Yo M0 Onnmcrcial Avrnue.
Ono of tho oldest firms in the city
havo within the lait four years been com
polled to mako sevoral additions to thel
building, In ordar to accommodate tbel
increaio in tho Wholesale and 1'etailbuii
w r m . Tit ...... ill. kl.nil..1 4 I.
' ' 'J ' J
1 n .t.-l. ..... -I . r...
it tho onllre length of tho lower room
which gives thon 180 feet In length alto
cotber, being tho largest and most com
pleto eetabllihment in tbo city.
TDK rtllKT H.OOR,
n k... . ..i i ... i .... . i
Kin i . , aja v uuwua u. m ii 1 1. . wn:
Clothing, Furnishing (!oodi,Notlons, Ac.
TUB sico.so Ktoon
...til 1.. . I. I . I. . ...
wcupiiw wim uarnets. un u oiL
ii. ,.!.. ... .. .
all kinds of goods for tho wholninl,,
In l-ranrslhis ,..!. .1 -
" " I r..we
h sill fin fIVfl Iti Iria i
and accomodation of tbo public,
THE NEW STOCK
which they aro just receiving, comprint
a full lino of DHKSM diiiiin ..r
latoit audmoit fashionablo patterns;
and I' HI NTH nt ..... ..i,.... r
most popular milli;
ol nil kinds, Including l'IKCF. OOODS nl
tho best Amorlcan and F.uroperm matin,
of all kinds, In endlcis prolusion and
(Jlothing and Fnrnlsliiiig
(1. A B.'s stock ot Clothing and Fur
nlihing Goods ie tho largest, most com
ploto nnd suitahlo to this market of
any in tho city. 1'artlcular caro has beeu
taken in its selection, and wo aro confi
dent that tbo publio will bo well plouiod
Willi tbo goods and prices. In
Carpets, Oil Cloths, &c,
(jolditlna nnd iV Bosouwater havo no su
periorif an equal la all this suction
They havo u vory largo stock, with now
designs of both Carpots and Oil Cloths,
and thoy will bo ablo to sell nt llgu
that defy compotition. Wo call spec
attention to this lino ol goods now, I.
cauio It is In order for rooms to hi re
Vallio, &r, &c, this llrm as usual, load
tho trade, bolng woll propnrod to 1111 ony
order, nt home or nbrond,
Tho Entire Now Stock
of goods has boon purchased by our -Mr
uosenwalor during quite a long stay in
Now York, Boston, anil 1'hll-
adelphjn, and ho has takon
particular cars In tho selection. Thoy
havo all boon bought at euch Hguros that
ovorytblng will bo sold romarkably low.
Wo only ask for small margins, conscious
tbat It is to our Intorost, as woll ns to
tbo Intorost of thoio who buy.
Thankful for past patronage, wo only
ask that tho publio will call nnd look ut
our stock nnd prices beforo purohaiing
Auguit 31, 1874. 'J02-li-l.tr
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
lliiniiy Itclicf for Youog .Mon Ironi tlio el-
eta of Brror nnd Abuiie In cutly life.
Mnnbood Beutored. liuiiodlment.s to Miir-
rliiL-u removed. New method ot ticiitment.
. ,...1.1.. ..n,A.it..u ii..ni. .....i
row miu reiiii!""'" h.iiio.iil-1.. iiuuM iiini
Hilars t-ni ireo in neiiiuii cuvuioiier, uil.
IrenH. llOWAIlli AftllUIATlUN, -till
North Nlutn fat-, rjiuaiicipuiB, j'u., un
Iiitllutloii having a high reputation for
houorablo conduct nudiirofcsslou.il fcklll,