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"Vhtreai. oxi tho 27th dny of .inmutT.lfw
Ustb ltlv and Sarah Hlv. Ills nil". iUt f
ccuto anil on the tUlli dav ol Jmnmry. I".
did ncknoulctlgo mid deliver to the lump
signed, lliolr certain inotrifiui' deed, ami n
thereby bargain, ell, n l.;a.n nnd rono
M llio nnilpri.lKiie.ltln' following Iom ribe
lot of (round In the City ", f"t ;'""'
of Alexander and M.Uo t.r "" VV.ul
lot numbered twenti-nltie ( , I" I l"ek
iiumlH'rt.l rorty-louritli, tonethr r with all
llic lirHlli'X' nd iii'iirtciiHiur In tlio
same lidotigliit! or .. rlilnliin, ntil H
I ... ,..u. mil wnlio all rlclit and
iifhlUK(n tindf r and by virtue, or the linme
alcad exemption laws of tlic state ol IMnoln
to nceurotlie Jiauneiil ot two Holes, oucli
for tlio Mini of clghly-ono dollar. Inuring
evcntlnlc with Mid mortrag 'it"1 uo1' W
able totlic order of .aelmrlah I). .Mntlitu
m thtrlvdavaand nine month" alter date, re
sportively with ten per cent. Intoreit.
n, wlicn. :ilil lnortsace lirovMcS lint
In o,ae of default In the iiajnunt of either
of (.aid notCBor any part then of. the whole
mm so noetircd dial! at;thc option ol tne
ntiilcrtlL'iied bdome tluo and pa "Me
and tlio said mortgaged ireml-es
may he mM In the msnm r. and tipmi gl'f
notice In alil moiigiKO ifeilleil, aim
whereas default lias ihcii nmuo lor inun
1 bail ten da) , In the amnit of n poilion
of mid mm so f-ocured, now thiieloro, ly
virtue or the power in
mortgage eollUlned, I Will "
tlio 7th ilav or .S ptlinlier, If 71, at the
hour of S o'clock, p.m., nt tho limit door ol
tlio eolirt hnu'e.ln mid CllvofOilro. eojiity
or Alexander and Mate of llllnol-, otU-r fur
talc nt ptllillc omltle, to tho litKlni-t bidder
lorcath, lot numbered twctity.nlno (&)) In
block munhered Wty-four (It),
heretofore decrUitd, and will
execute and deliver to the imr-
elunur adcid therefore. luti d AulMt 21th,
171. .Alll.UMA" I Mllll"H,
Samuel 1. Whrelci, Jlulttfager
Atl'y for MortKagpfs
ih npnnlng tiny of tho fall nud rvlntur
eriion of tho horottu Acadumy, It will
begin on tho 7th Init.
l'luonts desiring to send tholr children
to tho hccadoiny ro rnquonlod to accom
pMiy Uiotn to m nk olio noceteary iirranno
monta. All tho hranchei ol n polito and tollil
oducatlon will bo taught, Including
KruDcti, Gorxkn, inuilc, and fancy ooodlo
work. Tho Gorman languai;o to ho
aught by a Gorman alitor. 'J-2.2w
I)n. VfiLLlAVK, DodUH may ho found
in his ollico at any timo ; extracts tooth at
all hours day or night. Utlko at MO
Commercial avenue, botweon 8th and 'Jth
Just Hicxivr.n. l'rlmo lard, broak
fait bacon, hams, froth butter nt tho
now brick atom, corner of Twonttetu and
100.0-l.Ct P. X. DiKTnicii Co
Cans I Ca.vbI Cans 1 Quart, ono dol
lar por dozen; half gallons, ono fifty
per dozen ; maJo of bed matorial and
grooved seams ; nt llondorion's, 100 Com
mercial avonuo. d.tj.S.lm
Notick to tpe I'yjjLia Tho now
packing houto market In "Wilcox' block,
will bo open Saturday noxt, with fresh
meats and now lard, nt tho lowost mnrkot
prico. Uowb & Urto
Fori Kent. Tho undorsinod has throo
lirit'Clats roildoncna, two on Cross and
ono on Eleventh strcot, for runt. Uicol-
lent ciitorns, out-houios, and all olhor
onvenionoos. Jut put into lino ordor.
-Enquire of G. Y. MvK.itA.ia, V. M.
'To 1.0V1SYIU.K AND ClNl'IUfWATI AMI
Hktuhn. The Cairo and Vinconnos rail
road will soli tiokots to parties wilbing to
attoad tho Louiavlllo oxpoeitlon nt ono
fair for tho round trip, or In other words
ah If prico. Thoy will a!to (ell tlckols
to Cincinnati and return on tho samo con
dition. Tickets. will bo good to return
nny time whilo tho exposition continues.
WASHINGTON 1SAKKKY, ilr. JOSOph
Koneker has taken chargo of this woll
known ostablishmont, and wilt, on imd
alter to-day, bo nblo to eupply tho
public iwith cbolco broad, including
Jioaton, Ilronn and Graham bread, bocides
cakes nnd confectionarios of every de
scription. Ueing an oxperioneod and
skilful baker, Mr. Koneker will not fail to
satisfy nil who patronizo him. 140
Wellington avonuo. iS3-7-'.'-lm
Day lioAHDi.No. Mrs. titownrt wishes
to inform tho public that she has opened
a boarding house for tho accommodation
of day bourdon, in tho brick roildonco on
tho corner of Twollth nnd Poplar streut.
Mrs. Stewart is kuown to Cairo pooplo an
an old hand at tho business ot providing
accoptablo taro for baardors, and with a
determination to koop up bur woll-onrnod
reputa ioi, solicits a sharo or public pat
Tiik barher mop is uu no oorncr ot
Klgbth stroot and Commoroial nvccuo
where J. Ooorgo Sticnhouso with his gen
tlemanly assistants ci.ii be found nt any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your fuellngs with a smooth shnvo, or coo
your temper and head with n good sham
poo. It Is a firet-clai-a shop, nnd you nro
auro of receiving Qrst-vlasi treatment
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
terthq rn jil appr ja lit s.fi.-,
Tub Dklmomico kdtai'ha.m will
upon on tbo llrst ot .Suptemb?r nnd will
bo kept opon tboroaltorday and night.
Harry Walkor has niado nil propara
tions for tho roitaurnnt businoss and will
bo able to nccommodatu all hisjeustomors
l'reih oyster, gamo of nil kinds, nnd
overything in its season that tho market
atlords, will h0 i.,rvud up.
Hoard on tho Kuropon plan-throe
tlcketi for ono dollar.
lU'KuUr oay board at tho old rates-Urit-clai,
boJ atthird-clars rat..,.
TUR CAUflU OT TBU.t, AK. if li.l.
..fit. most Inaidlousand1'!",11'
In tho many so-called " tunics " ana "
J)tlxers. mado of cheap whiiky Mli rV
fuio lhiuors, finished up to suit depraved
appetites under tho name of medicin,
I'M. WALKS,,-, 0AUroJWU VlKKdAIt
JUttms are none ,)f ttiel0. Tuoy M0
a beverage, but art a G(!nuino We(llc,D
re, 7.T,,UU0, ,"t'MJ ' t'all!
fornla herbs by a regular physician. yot
alldl...10.orthoBtomach1 llTefi kM
bladder, skin and blood, thov a, .n
.fallible nnd unrivaled rouiody
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Somobodv to tiko fiotu us n thotunnd hill
heads gooil piper and finely printed, tor
;i.oO to i w.
Ono thousand sUleinenH printed at 'I'll k
hum. run oiuec lor ;i.M) to t w,
O'io thntisml note heads printed at Tub
ih i.i.r.n.v unieo lor i.w, twoiiioiis.iii'iior
One lliotl'.md hll.tnc card', lino llrllol
bo.ird. printed at '1 III: llttl.t.KTlN ufliee lor
from ..WItn W, neenidlinr to lfe.
" GRAN D L UN C 11-
HO A ST KKr
Ktc, Kto., Ktc,
AT TIM PLANTHM' HOUiW
IMiii. Howard, "Uur l'hll" hn bten
on a vlf it to Alomphla. Tho boyt of the
lllutl Ulty "took tohlra."
"W antkh A go?d hoot and ihoomnkor.
Apply at cornor Tenth elroot and Cum
Music The Dslta City Hand will en
tertain our clllzons nt tho up town itand
Hot.TK. Mr. JiOiiis Houck, formerly of
this city, now of Capo Girardeau, Mis
souri, Is claimed by both the Democrats
and Independent Itoformoriof that State-
All tbo day boardors In tho city can
bo accommodated at tho St. Charlos
hotel, with flrst-clas board at second class
rates. 711 4-19-tf
Pciilic Schools. The schools opened
yeitsrday with a very largo attendance
Wo will havo moro lo say regarding tho
organization, etc, to-morrow.
Jj:j.ly PniKSKs. --Something now In
tho .lolly Press lino, at Henderson's, 100
Commercial avonuo. C'J-8 8-lm
Max Kukhnk, tho organ bulldor, Is
roady at any tlmo to tuno nnd repair
pianos nnd raelodeoos. You may rir
trust your instruments to his caro; you
will not bo dccolvod.
"We havo a pair of cbromos "Pluck"
that we will cell for six dollars, regular
prico of them is $10, They may be seen
nt tho Hullktin office
Cll'.cuiT Coukt. This court nut at
nino o'clock. Tho grand jury wcro so
looted and sworn. Tho hnlance of tho
day was occupied" in Informal calls of
chnnccry nnd the common law docket, and
ulpo.i.B or ,0i,nn.
Pautika desiring to have their pianos
nnd molodonn cleaned, repaired and
tuned, should trust them to M. H
Kuohno, cornor Thirteenth nnd "Walnut
stroot. ilo is tho most compotent man
Attrition, Hiuek.nia.ns I Tbo mam
bors of the Hlbornlan Piro Co. No. 4, aro
horoby notiflod that 'tho annual meeting
for tho election of officers will tako place
nt tho engine houso this ovonlng A full
utteudnnco Is desired, ily ordor of the
company. AV. J. Howlky Sec'y.
lliu Puaciik!). Major llurnsldo
showod us yestonlsy morning two spoci
mon poaches from trocs In his gardon
Thoy wero not tho largest his trees have
producod, but thoy woro largo onough.
Thoy moasurod each ten inches in cir
cumferonco. A M'Kciai. communication of
j-Oairo Lodge No. 1!37, A. P. and
VA.M., will bo hold this (Thursday)
evening nt 7J o'clock. Work in K. A.
degree. Visiting brothors cordially in
vited. vilo.o H.lt ii. i Hlakk, Soc'y.
Tiik dodicntton of tho M. J',, church u
I'llin will tako placo on Sunday, Sep
tember 13th, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Hov. Jesse Grant, presiding oldori
Olllclatlng. All friends of tho ehurch ond
tho cnuso uro cordially Invited to ba
KXPOHITIUN TllKKTS TO CINCINNATI
anii l.ouisvu.LK. All persons who de
sire to go to Cincinnati or Louisville, can
procure round trip tickets nt tho general
tioket ofiko ot tho Cairo iV. Vlncennrs
railroad, In Cairo. Ono faro for tho round
trip. Tickets good to go and rotnrn for
six days from dato of Iisuc. O.'Jw
"". o una a oran-now re
porter on Saturday tho gontloman who
prepared tho local matter publisbod in
tho bimdny JJullxtin, and be got us
into troublo. Veiterday several ilerco
gontlcmen callod at tho ollico to oat some
body. AVe turned thorn looso on tho in
nocont roporter, who meant no harm.
Explaining is a troublo. It askod to do
much moro of It, wo shall bo compollod to
Indulgo in rows as prolorable,
Hkniiy Ki.i.ioTT,of Ulllottit Hay thorn,
! now in New York buying a largo stock
of dry goods for tho fall and winter trado.
Tbo II nn has built up an iinmonso whole
sale nnd retail boot and shoo buslnoss, and
their long experience in times pail in tho
dry gooiii Him jniuroi them success in
th.' addition to tholr business. Thuir
i.ow stock will i,..rq to arrive noil week
and will bo as good If not tho best selec
tion over brought to this market.
Ust-Uii thoerenlng pf nth Inst., In
going from Klglith steel and Commercial
to Twelfth and Cedar, n child's bluo me-
rlno cape, embroidered on Grever &
Uftkor machlno with whlto silk Ilo. The
Dndor will ploaso rolnrn to 0. Hnonj'
store, corner Klglith ttroot and Commer
cial avonue. li.S.'Jt
To TIIK 1'ATnONB Or Tlllt IjTCOMINO
Insubancb Company Takr Notick. .
ltenowal receipt it'uod by 0. 1. l.yon, late
agent, unlni ilicned by tlio prniidnnt and
locrot&jy ot tho company, nro null and
vota and of no effect. No Ion will bo
paid under them union rogtiUrly Ittuod.
Cairo, Ii.i. , Auj;. 30th, 1874.
j;. il. Haiiman, State Ai;ent.
I'niVATS HoAUDiNii. Mr. J. W. far
nilchaul having takoli tbo largo hoiuo ft
tho cornor of Hlxlh troet and Waihing-
ton avonuu, it prepared to
furnish private) boarding to n
limited ntimbor of elthor ladio and gen
tlumoti, or to goritlomcn and thuir wivu
Tho bouo Is vory pleaaantly loealnd and
convenient to tho bualiiuta pattot Ibocily
Tho rooms nro largo, airy and woll
llghtud. Tor further lnlormaUuu itirinire
vt tho houio.
Uhau9I.no CoLUUiitia Our little slotpy
neighbor, Columbus, Kantucky, Is btgin
ntng to brag. Tho Dispatch of that placo
says that Columbus is emphatically th
bvstmarkalof Its size In the West, nud
that whont now briny hlgfaor prico
than fn Cairo. Halliday Uro's, of this
city, are about the only buyer al C'aliim
bur, and do not, as a mattor of courso, pay
moro there than horo. Tho Dispatch is
not a good bualUr.
lajfsTics. In our roport of tho testi
mony if Grace Winiar, In the counterfeit
case, ws had it as "Mr. i.n, my bar
tender." This was an error. She spokn
so low that wa tnliundtrslood that part
of tho tcstlmeny. Mr. Lano took an
actlvo part in arresting the men and holp
lng tolodgo them In jail, and should bo
commendod for tbo part taken, instead of
being misrepresented. It's our mistake,
and wo gladly make the correction.
Dr.. Tiiaykh on Dil Autbr. Somo
tlmo aiMi, D. Arter. M. D. nub.
llflhod o. pamphlet entitled : "A Com
pllatlon of tho InconiUtoncy of
tho Inspiration of U.o IJ i bio."
On Sunday night 11. U. Thayer, D. D.
dissocted tho pamphlot and undertook to
show that Dr. Arter had misquotod tho
lilblo and dealt with it unfairly. Dr.
Thayer may expect a return shot. Dr.
Arter is not afraid of "tho cloth," and in
nuch a discussion Is an army with ban
Pine. Sunday morning, nt about two
o'clock, our citlzons were alnrraod by tho
ringing of tho hro bells. The alarm was
sounaoil rr tbo J'ourlh district, and all
mo cotnpanios woro promptly on band
After considerable running around too
Uro was found to be In tho rear of the
store of Micbaol Mabney, Poplar atrost,
botween Kightecnih and NInoteonth
stroett. It was extinguished with slight
loss. Thero Is ns doubt its being the
work of an Incendiary.
Por Tho JJlllIctln :
i Mgrot lhat .ti -.iors nppoar In
my pamphlet in regard to chaptor and
vorse. Thoy woro caused by n hurriod
reading of proof. Since Kov. Mr. Thayer
calls nttontlon to them, nnd admits that
my statomonts aro otherwise correct
whllo I thank him for his candor, I wish
to onqulro of him what diilorcnco It makes
iviat chapter contains inconsistencies?
SInco thoy occur at all, thoy stand ns a
xnouumonl of contradictions.
D. A until,
JfAfK IJall. Tho ldUwIld club, of
Paducah, Ky., will visit Cairo to play n
gamo of base ball with tbe Star club
Thoy havo picked up a strong nino, and
do not expect to be so badly beaton as
whm thoy played our club at Paducah, a
few weeks since. Phil Howard is ongin
ooring tbo aflairs, and expects lo make it
nn Interesting nnd enjoyablo tlmo. Tho
ladles aro ospoclally invited to nttond.
Scats in tho shsdo will bo provide for
thorn. The game will take placo at Locust
park, opposite tho cuHtom-houio,
Ti:n Dollars Hkwaiid. Strayod or
stolon from tho promisos of tho undor-
signed, n largo choinul-sorrel horte.
blazod face, short iiihdo and till, 17$
hands high, nnd nbout seven or eight
years o'.d. When last seen ho was near
tbo iron bridge on tbo Illinois Contral
railroad .near Mound Junction. Tho
nbovo roward will be paid for his return
to O. W. WiiKiEt.Kn ic Co.,
Mound City Journal pleaio copy and
chargo to this ollico. B-!l.3t
Saloon Gutybo. The anloon of Joseph
Wallor or 'onnie, (wo could not lonrn
which of tho names Is correct) corner
Twonty-oight and Commercial avenue,
was entered by burglars last night, Thoy
wade way with overj thing In tho homo,
even to tho glaiies, beer kegs, and ico box.
This Is tho most complete robbory that
we have hoard of In a long time.
Tho police havo the matter In hand, and
it is to bo hoped that they are on the
trark of tho guilty parties.
from tho amount tho rascals carriod off,
they probably contemplate starting up in
Fiuiit. Threo railroad men wont Into
tho sslcon of Jainos Cronm, corner or
Ihlrty-foiirth nnd Cwmmorclal avonuo.
Sunday night. After drinking freely,
Mr, 0, wanted to know who tho drinks
were on. Ono of tho most bravo of tho
trio, spuko up and said It was none of bis
C d Luslneis that they wero going to
huro all tbey wanted without cost and
leave whon they pleased, .Mr. Oronin Is
n man that likes to havo somothlng to
say In bis own bouse and proceeded to
kick them out. Two of tho lot soclne
that tho proprietor was not to bo foolod
with, took log ball, The lariter ono not
being as spry as his companions, was
oaugbtby Cronin and rocoivod an unmor
clful pounding. Borved him rlKht.
Ssntous rioHT Saturday ovonlng
Uanlol Kianklln went to tho slaughtor
bouto of itobert Gunthcr, on tho outildo
of tlmillillppl lovco.and nfiaulted him
with brick lints, also bad a shot gun In hi
hand. Uunlhor attacked hi man with a
knife and mado tho would lo Hlayor glvo
up hi gun. Mr. Gtinlberstruek Kranklln
over tho arm with tho gun, hut did not
hroak tho arm a reported. Conntablo
llobnrt llllllngily eamo on tho
rcniio at this time and disarmed both men,
thereby saving lorlous trouble. Tho two
inon altcrwaids met and eottlcd tholr
troubles amicably, m they upp(cd, by
arbitration. Wo nro informed that this
case will bo brought leforo tho grand
ury for sottlotnnnt.
Ilntir.s CouitT. Judge Illrd bail throo
caes on tho docket this morning. Tho
llrst being James McDonotigh nnd Chns
Williams, for disorderly conduct. They
aro strangers and promirol to leave tho
ulty If thejuitleu would grant them n
stay. Illrd has had so many of this clars
before him, ho thought it to tho internit
of tho city to glvo them a chnncoto do tho
lty totvlce on tho street, and sentenced
Jamosfcr IIvodaysi.nl Lharlos fur six.
lUchnrd ItroJon k nnd Ugntiis Mur
phy, plain drunks. Having no wherowlth
to pay their linos were sentenced to v,ork
thrao Any each on Ilia cIihIii gang,
Anna Wilson, a HI. J.oula bawd, was
arretted by Pollcoman Cain while plying
her trado on the slreoU. Khu is n hard
looking co, and plead hard to have n
stay as sho had no greenbacks, Tho
udgo allowed bur until tlx p. in. to gat
out ot town
Hotki. AmtivALs-Sr. Ciiaiu.ks L
V. Duncan, ijulncy, 111.; Joseph Piorco!
St. Louis; C. II. Collins, St. Louis; D.
M. Knowlcs, St. Louis; U. llennetl,
Smltblnnd, Ky.; A. U. Hall, St. Louis ;
W. M. Murphy, Metropolis ; II. Uldwell
Now Orloans, Thotnas D. Ponttlne, New
Madrid; A. iHvid, Now York; O. W.
Urown, St L als ; A. W. Ward, Louis
ville; D. D ier. St. Louis: A. II. Hert
ford, Naihv..le; Hubert lloak, Charleston
Dolmunico. Jno S Klder, Palrllold
Ills; W'". M Hrurze, Thcbis; HA Kd-
mondson, Cape Glrardoau ; Win A Fro-
zer, Clear Creek ; Jno Cattnor, Do ; Dan
Paul, Cincinnati ; P W Iiibb, l'.dncah ;
Jas Love, Dutjuoln; Sara W Hill, N O ;
Geo II Doylo, James Ilayon, Thos Par
non, Paducab, Ky; Peter McConloy, N O;
i'lanters' Houso. H A Thomas,
illandvlllo; J 11 Driver, Hlandvllle; Her
man Mayor, Hickman, Ky; M Moeri,
Cincinnati; G II Mrumon, Dexter, Mo.
Pkiihonal. Mr. Charles lUkor
roturnod from ft weok's trip In Missouri,
Whilo nbsont he visitol Cspo Girardeau,
Commerce, nnd othor towns in that ro
gion. Mr. it reports crops to havo boon
""olleut, and says that tho fair nt Capo
Oirardo... wftJ a complota auccss n largo
allontfanco and a good dliplny In overy
Dr. Thayer leaves to-day to attend
tho senions of tbe Cairo rrciijtery t
Mt. Vornon, Ills. Ilo will bo absent
from tho city several days.
oamuoi vv.uiii, of iow Urloans, a
promloont fruit dealer, is In tho city buy
ing largoly. Ho will remain in Cairo ana
Southern Illinois for somo time, making
his headquarters at the Delmonlco hotel
1. J. McCluro, of Clear Crook, re.
turned this morning with his family from
nn extended tour through Virginia and
tho Woitorn States. Thoy had agoodtimo
and feci greatly benefited by tho trip,
Littili.'b Living Aiib, l'ho numbors
of the Living Ago, for Aug, 2'Jth nnd
Sept, Cth havo tho following noteworthy
articles ; King Victor Amadous of Savoy
nnd Sardinia, Tho Verdict of History
Koverscd, Quarterly Kevlew; St. Thomas,
by W.O. Palgravo, Cornhlll Mnguzlne;
Dorothy Wordsworth Scotch Journal,
Spectator ; Tho Count of I'aris' History
ot tho American War, Saturday lleview ;
I'amily Jowels, Mackwood ; Tho Countess
of Nlthss'alo, Quarterly Review; Tho Con.
ventot San Marco, II, Macmlllan; Frit.
Koutor, Pnll MallGazotto; M. Gambottn
on tho situation, Spectator; otc; with tho
conclusion of "The Pose in June," nnd
installments or "Tho Story of Vnlontine
and his Hrothor" and tho "Manor-Houso
at Mllford," and postry and miscellany.
wiiu uity-iwo numbers, of slxty-four
largo pni;es each (aggregating ovor SOOO
pages n yoar) the subscription prico ($1)
is low ; or still bolter, for $10. nnv ono of
uio American ft magazlnos is sent with
'1 he Living Age fur n yoar. L ITT JILL &
Uay, Uoston, Publishers,
Coi.onon Max Koiuikd o.v tub Lkvku.
An old colored man bv Ihn nmn nt
William Taylor, who has been worklni?
for the Iml six woeksat tho roildonco of
Mr. John L. Sullivan, on Commercial.
near um cornor of Twontloth street,
homo Sundav evoninar
aftor dull; to go to St Louis, to visit
ft son that ho had not met since tho
beginning of the war. Whilo loitorini:
nouut ttie lovoo, waiting for tho Memphis
pacnot, ho serappod up an nciuaintanco
witn n raneally nogro, who Informed him
mat tno boat he was waiting for was lying
m me point. When thav hail rnl,n,l
socluded spot a short dlitance
below llallulay llros. wsrohouso,
IU0 elmni") iiui'M itnnnrfl u frnu
,, - - 'IT "
pa. oi to tbe ror, nud struck tbo old man
on tbo bad- : the nock, and thon choked
bim until insensible. Tho old man, on
coming to his sonsns, proceedod up the
loveo and nollOeJ Cblof Mcllale. Tho
police force were looking nfter the culprit
an nignt, out did not succeed In making
nu arrosi. iu0 d d co ored L'ont lost thr.n
uouars in money and a pocket-knlfo. Ho
looks ns If he h4 hoen roughly handled-
Tug Ou Wit. Thostnlo wit m6a bv
writers for the press to disparage Cairo
nevor wssrsout. It is liko Rood's "Clos-
lng oar,' Lytle'g "I am Dying, Hgypti
I K' i n II.. 1 1 r
--m imaii pu, jwiiuw lever or
tnecbolera. It always roturns to us. The
l"t remrreeted Item of the old "Oalro
wit" is the following from the St. Louis
"emocrat, written by Kd. Willott. He
lays "Thoru aro so many of those pco
PN dewh thero in Cairo whoso tnly on.
bltlon Is to get out of tho placo somohow,
lhat tbey scarcely caro how thoy do it.
Tho Infernal regions being soparatod troai
Cairo only by a thin crust, thoy think
that nothing can bo easier than to take a
doio of soothing syrup and drop down
through thojlmpien wocds. And whon
tbey do so, tho belt obituary they can get
from a Cairo paper is somowbat In tb i
style: 'A man, who name we havo not
learned, attemptod to commit suicide lome
time this morning some whore In the uppor
part of the town, by cutting bis throat, or
somothiiig of the sort. Somebody was
called In and did something for litm, or
something tnltrht l.wo happened.' If
those folks want to enjoy a good oiclU
aSlo and n tsworlh sulclde,let thsrn'con o
up to St. Louis and jump oil the bridge.
It will be only necessary to loave an obll
it try at the Democrat ollico lu advance if
Tiik 0. ami V. The new timo card
of the Cairo and Vlncenncs railroad, tak
ing clToct yostordny the Cth, contains somo
new loaturos and affords unusual facilities
to the traveling public.
The Indianapolis and Vineonncs road
has changed iU tlmo table to conform to
the now card of tbu (). nnd V., 10 that
pniengor trains lcovnlg Cairo utU o'clock
a. m., now mukos close connections at
Vinconnus for Indianapolis, arriving
tbo same ovonlng.
Coining south from Indianapolis cloio
connection U alio iii.kId at Vinconne,
arriving at Cairo 'it 10.H0 p. in.
Train connoct ut Indianapolis
for eastern points via I'lin-haiidle
routo, and with all eastern arid northorn
road. Passongers have tlmo for dinnor
nt Vinconnus both wujs.
Tho connections with K. ii C. railroad
travol from Torra Haute, Chicago asd tho
north, and the d.tylleht run botween
Cairo and Cincinnati and Louiiville nro
still kept up. I'aiiongers leaving Cairo
nt I o'clock In tho morning are In Clncln
nail or Louisville the same evening; ro
turning leavo Cincinnati or Louisville in
tho morning reaoh Cairo samo evening a(
1050. This run gives our pooplo an ex
cellent opportunity to attond tbo oipoiit
on, nnd thoO.tte V. advertises tickets
for ono fare for tho round trip, good dur
ini? tbe oxpoiltlon. both bore and at
At Cincinnati connections are made
with tho Atlantic and Great Western and
Krio road, the favorably known broad
guaga route to the oait.
The former connoctlon at Carml for
Kvanivillo by way of tbo Southeastern
road is still malutalnod.
On this curd trains step for breakfast
Wo aro glad to know that tho efforts of
tho present management aro being re
warded by incroaied businois. Wo predict
that tbe C. ic V. will eventually bo tbo
favorilo route between tho southwest and
Steamer Jim PUk, Paducah
" v l llwv Kvansville:
" City of Holona, Memphis;
" TP Kckert, Waterproof;
" Hollo of Shroveport, St Louis;
" Coal Hill, St Louis;
" Sue Silver, New Orleans;
" Prank Forest, Mumpbii;
" Julia, Vlcksburg;
" St Genovia, Memphis;
" Capital City, St Louis
Stnamoar Pisk, Paducah;
" P POracy, Kvansvllle;
" City of Helonn, St Louis;
" Hello of Shroveport, N 0;
" John Kyle, Now Orloans;
" Coal Hill, Pittiburg;
" Suo Silver, St Louis;
" Julia, St Louis
" St Gonovia, St Louis;
" Capitol City, Vieksburg.
Hoath to Lkavk To-Day. Jim Pisk,
Paducah; U II Cook, Kvansvllle; H O
Vcagor, St Louis; 0 V Kount, St Louis;
City of Choster, Memphis; Mary Alice
nnd barges, New Orleans.
HlVKU, WAT1!KII AMD UuhINES.'J.
Tho river last evening wan twelvo foot
seven Inches by tho guage, having fallen
twelvo inohes during tho past forty-eight
hours, woathor clear and warm. Somo
clouds appeared at noon yostorday, prom
ising a showor, but thoy passod away
without rain. Uuslnoes continues dull,
bulls no worso hero than at othor cities.
No freight is olforlug nnywhoro. Tho
rlvors genorally nro receding ns fast as
Gkxkkai, Itkms. Tho
pilots of tho
Hollo of Shrnvoport, members of tho new
association nt St. Louis, aro said to have
gono back on tho tonus dictated by tbo
orothorhood, and aro working for 1,800
dollars por annum. Tho nisoclntlon is in
Up stoamorsnro gonorally light, nnd
southward bound packots hnvo only mod
UoT. P. Kkort will turn her nttontlon
to her unfinished Jobs In this locality, nnd
nttempt to got thorn nil cleaned up be-
loro nnotiier rite oomes. Sho recovered
nbout throvfourths of tho cnri;o of
tho Henry Ames nnd loft Diver
John Gwyre, with the wrocklng boat
Sampion, to finish up tho work. Tho
hold is full of soft mud, through which
the diver has to wado to cat at tlm
freight, and It Is slow and dllllcult work.
"wyro will to hoartlly glad when bo Is
mroucii witn it,
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Uill'l'V J l till' I lur inuni' Mnn fs-.t, tl.,. ..e
rest oi urroiH nud a hup. in .., n .
. . Mom iiim n.
" , . .. '"'vmiiiii-iih in ,) nr.
r age removed. Newmetho.ioi irealnien .
.Sew and remarkable reiiiedlc,. IIooKmiii
fll'iMll tl-u kullt fl-.U. In I ISSIM
iir..uu unu'iiMi a ut.-. w.t :.... .VyT
l,ral.la ,, I ,, 1 .V..?.". V "''' ' l"r
ileum nun iiuiiiiiz a iiil'ii iimiiii ill,... j-
.....w.,.,,,. v.,-.,.,... MiiMJilUll-lHOUa! skill.
WILLIAM IC, cJMITll. M. 1),
....,.... W...1.I .. ' " i i"l
!ir.ail'rr.ur JI. 'I'lllrtnnritt, f..A.
i . i in T. T avuniio ami Waluu
"i uuto-lu .wiuuiercitti avenue,
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CONFEC
TIONS XN EGYPT, 20
THAN ANY HOUSE
P not buy old oamlirn 1 -
auuiiiior, iiiiG aro siaio, ciainuug
sec to your woimit. Kvcry box
...1 l ' 1!.... l
iiui, or i) otincua over iivo. ivrinoiinmr ino jU.Mjo
Corner 8th St. and
The Only Place in the City where
CAino, ll.i.lNoiB, 1
MONIIAY KVt.NI.Nd, S'it. 7, WA I
The weyk opens with a linn feeling all
round in leading articles of tb market
It Is believed that tbu dull soaieti Is pait,
and lhat thM Is the beginning of an active
fall business, Thorn is a good foaling In
the Southern mnrkots ; prlres aro firm and
ndvaticing. Cnder tbi Inlluence of thr so
favorable circumstances, tboro Is a moder
ately active speculative demabd for bay
that dlipoiai ol nil receipts, ami prlcos
have an upward tendency,
Onlnir to their scarcity, corn and oal
havo advanced, and tho market is still to.
Tho supply of corn meal Is entirely i
hausted,and Luyura woro oC'erlng M Tb
Choice bultor is scarce and in active
demand, as is alfj poultry and eggi In
faet, the outlook ii much better than It his
bsen it any time durini; tho seaion
Ctjj-Ojr friends should bear In mind
that tho prlcos hero given aro usually for
ilosfrom llrst hands in round lots. In
tilling orders and for broken lots It is
necessary to chargo nn advanco over theo
Tho mevament is fair for tbe seaion
Trices rule steady and unchanged all
round, iiuyers for caih can get vory ad
vantagtous rates on round lots. We note
sales ot 1 car load, various gradei .i 70
to 3 1-); ij car I tans, various graaei,
13 to C MJ; 100 bbls choice XXX, 15 CO
100 bbls choice XX, II MJ; 400 bbli, va
nous grades, f I to i 25; 'JOO bbls, variou
grades, City Mills, $1 75 to H 00; 1 ca
load, variom grades, (I 72 to C 00; 1 ca
The demaad eiceo.ii the tupply and
the market la firm with pr'ues a slade
better all round. All receipt saro taken
uu huItrI on speculation, and for the or
der trado. Transactions would he large
If there was more oO'urlng. Salvi
delivered wore 8 cars choice mixed, 17 19,
" hnico timothy 20 00' 1 ear choice
timothy, 20 to, 1 car dameil, 1 CSfcg
- uu por oalo ; 1 car rod top, ! " 1 ca
cnoicroi lop, if uo; i oarcho... (.ii,U
Tbo Jomund, although vory small and
conflnod to tho snler trade, ii greater
than tho supply. Thore was very little
on tho market to-day. Prices nro quoted
llrm and a shade bettor than last week.
We note saleH of fivo cars raliod, sild
early, sacked and delivord 77c; 3 cars
whito in lacki, delivered, 83c; 3 cars
mixod In sacks, dolivorod, 78o; 2 cars
mixed in sacks, delivered, 77Q78c.
Tho domand is fair and market Arm.
Recoipts aro very light and find roady
sale on nrrival. Salos made to-day were
at C2o which is an advanco of 'Jc over lait
wook. Transactions woro limited bv lack
of supplies. Salos were I car sold early
in sacr s del .l'Jo; 1 car in sncks dol
o'-'c; i ciruin sacks del 60.1I ;2 cars In
sacks del 5I.VJc ; 2 cars in bulk on traik
sold early 41c.
mero ih a good domand for choice
brands and none on tho market. I'rlce
are quoted nominally 3 75. We havo
no tales of auy conicpiorue to report
Tl,. .....I... 1. n.
' i""i ib urm ana pricos are
stoady at ?10 in car load lots. The de
mand Is fair lor the order trade. Wo nolo
sales to-day of two ears lu taobs, deliv
erod, at $10.
C'hoico northrn butter cootlnuei scarco
ami In actlvo demand ()2Kc. Not
enough comes In even at that price to
satisfy the markot Oholru Hguthern llll
nois una i ready sale O.jl'J to 2Cc. We
note salos of COO Ibi choice norllmrn t.wu-
iu pugscnoice uouthuin Illinois -m,2-
m pugs inferior northorn li325 c.
iiecoipts continuo lo run very liirhl
ana tne market is bare ; not enough comes
in to supply the Ioeal trado. Wo note
sales of 0 pkgs freih at 12Jc, COO dozen,
irein recoipts, at 12 jc.
Tho demand is greater than thosupnli.
and tho markot is firm. Shipments do
not equal tho domand for homoconsuuiD.
non, aim mo ruiuu uuamri uare to dopond
a groat deal upon country wagons. Wo
nolo sales of 3 coops young at $2 to 2 00
cuujjs um hi $u j icoopcholca younL'it
Tbo demand continuos actlvo. but thorn
is none In markot. Smokod meats are firm
all round, The domand for lard Is much
greater than the supply and several orders
for clear sides, hams and mess pork aro in
tho hands of dealers who are walllnc for
supplies In order to till them. Prloes are
Arm and unchangod.
Newspaper mtvortuinj promotes trane, for.
mm uiu iiuimai iiiiica UUVeltlterS BCCUre
uy mr tno largum auaro of what la I. u,
,l,iin. " ,
PER CENT LOWER
IN THE TRADE.
it liavc Ikxmi kont ovor tlie
noino nianiiiactiiro. AI.M'
oiilil (o oont'iin five douiiiN
1 il... 1
You can get a Complete Assortment,
187'1 VA IAj STOCK 187-1
Cloathing and Furnishing
I'AKI'hT, 01 Ji CLOTHS, Ac.
Uold.sl.iie v Rosenwiitor
iVo MO (ttimmtrcinl Avnur.
One of the oldest firms In the city,
have within tbe last four years been com
pelled to make several additions to their
building, in order to accommodate their
Iticroaie in the Wholeialoand Retail bull
ncn. They have reeently extended the
ocond tloor of tbulf Itore '2Ji feet, making
It the entiro length of tbo lower room,
which givos then 160 foat in length alto
gether, being tho largost and most com
plete establishment in the city.
tbi moiT -i.oon,
as usual, will be nivi eicluiively for tbe
tale of Dry Goods of all kinds, with
Clothing, Puruishing Goodi.Notlgni, Ac,
THIS RXCOND VLOOH
will bo occupied with Carpeti, Oil Cloths,
Mattings, Ac., and their reierve slock of
all kinds If goods for tho wholesale trade.
In arranging their rooms the proprietors
bad an eyo to tbe comfort, convenience
and accomodation of the public.
THE NEW STOCK
which tbey aro just receiving, comprlie
a full lino tf DRKSS GOODS of tbo
lateit and moit fashionable patterns;
and l'RINTS of every variety, from the
most popular milli;
of an kinds, Including 1'IECK GOODS ol
the bait American and P.uropean mauu-
or all kindi, in endleis prolusion and
Clothing und Famishing
G. it R.'s stock of Clothing and Pur
nliblng Ooods Is tho largeit, moit com
plete and suitable lo this market of
any in the city. Particular caro has beon
taken In its selection, and wo are conQ.
dent that the public will be well ph. mod
with the goods and prlcos. In
Carpets, Oil Cloths, &c,
(iolditlno and A Rosanwater havo no sti
perlor if an equal-In all this section.
They havo a vory largo stock, with new
designs of both Carpets and Oil Cloths,
and they will be nblo to sell at Ik-urus
that dery competition. Wo call special
attention to this lino of i-oods now. be.
camo it ii In order lor rooms to bo re
Valiies, An., Ac, this firm as usual. 1 -.,(.
the trado, being well prepared to till any
order, at home or abroad.
Tho Entire New Stock
of goods bus beon purchasod by our Mr
uorenwaior durlnif nu to l0D.. ... in
New York, llostnn, and Phil.
ftdelphla, and ho has taken
particular caro In the selection. Thoy
havo all been bought at luch hVuros that
everything will be sold romarkably low
we only ask fur small man-in, conscious
that It Is to our lutorest, as woll as tu
the Intorostof thoso who buy.
iiianutul for pait patronace. wo onlv
nik that the public will call and look at
our slock and prices beforo nurohaslm..
August 31, JB7I.
I... ;..' , r """".- i iuuiiiiiu
is. "m " btfilM .Sentem her 'Jth, 1K71,
w h,.rUl "0,,"er. wi. "l He.eiilli.
Willi Urol BtOrV I llllrlm,,l i...'
Tuition (Vee. Hoarding as low ut elsewhi.ri.'
Por information or eatalocuc!! amilr lo Rev
G. C. UKCKMVN, 1). I). President.
WALL & ENT,
Miuiufaeturers and Dealers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AJS'D LATli,
POPLAR.OAK, CYPRUS, ASH, GUM
u UOIIOHIT UW1A nUlt-
DRKSSBI) PINK, ASH AND ivm.
LAR PLOORINO, OK1LNO AND
.1 , i .... -
lB"OfIli'0 at saw mill on corm.p r u.
ty-Hecond mreet Mid Ohio Leree.