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SATUHliAY.SKPT. 12, 1871.
Jlific. Tho Silver Cornet band will
piny at tho Tenth etrnet stand to niht.
CoohTs. Circuit court tho latno dd
lorvt nottlnif dolnK. "HiraB court,
about the raino
Police court bueinet a
Dit. Ji:jiKULE.Can bo found nt hit
dontal narlorj cn Klubtli ilrot nt all
hours. llet of roforoncoa gtvon at to pro
I Cair Cj.iifi;t. Tho cow itolon by
Vcokljr a K",nrt whlc'tl W lfl
with Jailor Dick Fitgorald to feed, Is
clnimoO by illcliaal Duizan of lull city.
Tun St. Ciiaui.ek Hotel ha u fow
very daiitablo rooms still lnfi, whih will
bo let. on good torms to steady boarders.
(5oi.nvrt.vn i: Hcinwatsi; have for
ealo a vory largo stock of tho latest slylo
hats, which tbey uro selling nt rcmarU'
ably low prlcos. 8f.ot
faTEAYEU. A black-anil-tati tarrior,
with sharp cars, and wearing a collar and
tag, A roward will bo given to any jior
son returning tho same to I). A lata.
XoTtce. To-day bclne n boliSav for
our pceoplc, my -lace of business will b?
closed this morning, and remain cloud
I ,, . UUIUUB "uu "
u0"' Honday morning next,
1 viti-O-lU-H Horn:
Max Kueune, Iho organ builder, Is
ready at nny timo to tuno and. repair
pianos and molodoons. You may safely
trust your Instruments to his coro j you
will not bu deceived.
OLUnuu To-day (Saturday) bolng a
boilday of our pooplo, tbo stores n'
undcrsijnoJ will bo cl ""ring tho
day, unlil seven o'r.lncis p. n. m
"VYkis.i & Uurokk.
Notice to ti-is ITulic Tho now
packing houso innrkct In AVIlcox's block,
will bo upon Saturday next, with fresh
meats and now lard, ut tho lowest innrket
prlco, Howk Jt llito.
I'auties having improved city properly
for rale, which thoy can part with for, say
from $300 to $-,000, cash In In band,
migtn tso well, beloro soiling, by con
ferrlng with It. V. UElzxr.
Shootjxo ArntAT Mr. Max Holler
informs us of u shooting alTray that oc
curred at Bparta, III., boUeon Martin
l.uprccht and a man named Alton. Tho
former ru:oivod a serious wound in the
thigh. 'o urrests wore made.
1'autik.h desiring to have thoir pianos
ui.d molodcan cleaned, repaired an
tuned, should trusl thorn to M. It
Kuchne, corner Thirteenth and AValnut
treots. Ho is tho mcsl computent man
Kxit.kss Omen. The express ofUi
Is crowded with business. Tho express
men are handling an averngo of four hun
dred packages of fruit daily, all going to
thu sculh. A largo portion of this "truck',
Is shipped by K. A. Wicelock is Co.
fruit dealers, 83 Ohio levee. '
Joh.v Antiiui. Mr. Antrim wishes to
Inform bU numerous cintoinnrs that his
fall Hock of pioco goodfi is now completo
consisting ol thn best brands of imported
olo'.hs, beavers and caiiimers, nnd Is now
ready to "clotho tho naked" nt reduced
prices. Give him a call. 2i.'.l.ll-2t
Aukkst. Mr. Ooorgo AV. Hoy al, con-
stable of (iooso Island precinct, came to
Cairo jstcdny uoon, riding ft mule, and
driving u negro ahead of him, who had
been arrested fur nouso-broakin?. Ho
was turned ovor to tbo tendnr care ol
1'lUgnralu ur.d the proper papers laid be
fore tliu grand Jury.
Hal'TlbT AaaociAHUN. Iho colored
liapliit astoclatlon for Southern llllnoi
Is In inslon at tno Hot. Caldwell's church
on Fourteenth street. A large amount o
business has beon transacted. The-aisoct-
avion will probably bo In session this and
a portion or next week. About twii bun
drfcd strangers are la attendance.
insanity Uaik Patrick Holtoban
wss before Judge llrois vestor
.i... .. i t , . . -
uo., uu a tunr;u oi lunacy, a jury WM
nipkimotlcd, and after a careful invohtl
gallon they decided that the cvldoneo did
not Justify them in sending Holbbau to
tho Insane aiyluru. Dr. J. (J. Sullivan
and Dr. "W. Illauw, consulting phyalclans
Hade JJai.i.. Mr. Phil Howard, tho
hlgb.klng of tho sporting fraternity, re
ceived a telegram ycaterday afternoon,
savin; that the Paducah Idowlld basu ball
club would be on hand on Saturday, and
wouiu reach Uairo at 1 p. M, ibi wu
wi aeiia cornet Band on hand to
escort tue club and trie nds to tho ground.
A larjo crowd will accompany tha Padu
Luu OKit Still Uoj.no Dowj, As we
are determined to cloio out our stock
puedily, preparatory to winding op bus
Ictss, we wilt sell all kinds of lumber at
two dollars per thousand less than mar
ket prices. A largo lot of lath and stove
w'ood on band, which will bo sold at cor
roipondlcgly low rales.
S21.0.0.lf N IVah & E-Vi.
AvtftioN.-l will soil at my salesroom,
couimonclng Saturday night, September
12th, al 7j o clock, ciotnuig coniutiDR oi
flno coats and vests, Jeans pants. Dry
roodf,'censUllrt; of print, iniulins, ladies'
felt skirts, threfd.'plcca goods, ladiu' boscr
gsofa' bo&o, andaUoalart-olai.w'.aonpnd
ono Whoolor WllAun tu.viog machino
and alto boots and shoes.
-Mr.ie Auctioneer. ,
UtT x D (l John J. Marnol, whllu
coinc out t( 0'r 'lora of '.Mrs. Welmnn,
jeilcrdy luoriilog, oil Fifth slrcnt, bw
mien Commercial and Wellington avo
nue?, wai' bittun In tbo ,cMf of tha log
by a small di). Ho maJo. u quick walk lu
T. K. uillvan's drug rtoro I romob.
starvations in twr rambles iibout town, wo
hould judgo that tho dog tribo Is multi
plying ftst. Chief Mclialo should depu
tlia Ullllngsley or soma one clto to go on
Pcrsosau Dr. Finnoy, of Clesr araok,
arrived tn iho city this morning, to at
tiad to blMncis at tbb circuit court, lie
n. Ill roroain soveral days.
3. M. "WiUiamf, of Cloar Creek, U In
thn eltv attnndinc tho circuit court. Ho
takes hi good things nt tho Dcimonlco.
i.otiU Jfurhort, who has Loan In III
health for n long tlmo, has left for a trip
through Wisconsin and .UlnnoioU, hoping
to benotlt bis health.
Iok I'.oNHKr.nii now in full control of
Iho 'Washington bakery, and havlnrT
laarnod the wantt of tho public, U pro'
pared tosupply on call all demands for
French loaf, Huston, llrown and Graham
biead, and uvorytlilbg olio ordinarily
found in a tlrst-clai bakery. U main
tains a full itcck of confeottonories, and
can, as well as any other dealer in tho
city, fill hll orders in that lino.
Cakes lakcd, frosted or ornamented on
short notice .Special a'.Unlion given to
tho orders of wedding or picnic partlc.
About IIuitrsKr Mr. Husfcer, al
tha Planters' Hour, wi'.l hsv an '. to
day a lrg lot of fresh Ualtimo.-o 0Ti:ri
Thoy came by expreis, aid wr repacked
ith ic4onlb rout.
Mr. lluelner has received a csr
of extra beer, and is wiilisg to
wager ono, hundred do.'.irs tbtt it ii
tha fined beer that bti Lain tveeived In
Cairo this seascu.
Mr. liuctTr.er has f-
orliti". " " 1 cooiia in toe c nnea
oiates, lo tako charge of- tha Planters'
Houso kitchen, commencing tho first of
October. Ilia bouse will be conducted on
the Kuropean style, "pay for only what
A. IIanh. IMmund Huefner, proprio
torjOf tho Planters' houe, returned
frooi'a' brief visit to St. Louis yesterday.
While there, he mot the Wader ot tho ila
vari? band,, and made arrangements
wibl.tieTeader of that orgsnlzation for a
woek'fengagemgnt at Cairo, to give four
or Ave concerts. This Is one of tho best
bsndsln the world, and has
a six months' leave of
absonco from thu king of liavaria.
Wo havo heard the band play at JcOar
eon City nnd cliewbero. Our citizens will
miss a troat If thoy fail to attend these
concerti. We suggest that thoy occupy
ono of the music stands for ono ovoniac
daring their stay.
Suootiso Ari'itAY. There was quito
a lively time on Thursday night last In
tho ntgro-"corrall" north of tho city. A
Jealous negro named lloss Dailoy has fur
tho last month been watching for another
colored gtmtleiuuh named Fostor, who
had, in his opinion, crowded him out of
tho good gracca of colorod damsel living
in this "corrnll.1 Foster was flrod at
about ten days ago wbilo sitting on his
door step. The case was rnportod to tbo
police, who suspected llalley ot doing tbo
shooting buv could not obtain proof. Jlo-
tweon 10 nnd 11 o'clock Thursday night
tho police forou heard reports of pistols
n the locality mentioned, Tho pollco
soon found hoster, who says he wa
walking In Ms jnrd obout to o'clock,
when a person arose from behind the
fenco at tho corner pf his lot
and communcud tiring. It was
vory dark at the timo, and when tho first
shot was fired, ho hugged tbo grounds
Two other nhota were fired Without effect.
The night police force took tho case in
hand, and traced the shooting to tho door
of Ilais Ualley, who was arroslod.
Max Koi.i.hk Hack Aoain. aemetliu
ago wo playfully nltuded to the oontinuod
abieuce from tho city, of Max Holler, the
rotund and Jocund piano tunor. Vfo said
In the playful roforonca wo mado to Max
sum, luuvnjji ion io sigui no was "dear" to
the roetaory of tho poopli who had pianos
to tuno This-one of our happioit eflorls
at that light and airy humor that has
mado Tiih JlULLKm famous, both In
I." . ! . !
i.iuujiu nun America was, wo regret to
y, not labeled: "This Is
joao, auti oy gomo stupid people
uas mererore uion construed into a : ro
n.j.ti,n Vt.'. 1
- "uuuniy .inio au aisar.
t:ou, by implication, that ho had collected
money for plano-tuning, and upon ponder
ouj wings had taken boavy flight to parts
unanown i,ord bless us this Informa
tion gavo us a shock, for tho fact is. onlv
tn vi vwu imnurou aoti forty. seven tier
uu wn uavo mauo contracts with Msx
have pid him In advacne. and tl mil. tTv
all In Cairo, aro Max's personal frlnnds!
How, thon, could Max fly awav tn
be st rest with money he had
n n u . 9 tf
i.vuvt.vu i jiax nss a
circuit, nod goo.s around It, surelv. if
siowiy, ana always comes back to this
p'aoo, bis headquarters. He is here now,
and has informed us of the injustice done
him by the stupidity cf pooplo who ean--
not understand tbo playful humor of
Tub IKllicti.v. "Wo therefore write this
to say that "Max is right side un with
care," has eerm-d jnoro money than be
has recoivod, and has used no money bo
has not earned,
ATTEMPT TO-CAPTURir A-KAli-.
j;OAD TUAIH AT COUUBN. .
noiv thby ' y'miE c6y quehfo.
Thursday aitgrnoon as Conductor "Wor
rail's train (frolghl) " 'was at Cobdon
switching, n crowd cf fimrtoon Indianap
olis roughs Went Into his cnbooio, with
tho Intention of coming to Cairo. Tbo
conductor did not like the looks of tho
men, and as soon as tho train started up
commenced collecting fare. '-ch ono of
tho gang rofuied to pay, mylnK ' WM
bound for Cairo and was determined on
going, wbother or no iho conductor
signalled the train to stop, nnu
invited tho presumptuous follows lo alight
from tho car. At Ibis they bocamo very
Indignant and boisterous. Mr. "Worrall,
finding lhat they word too many for him
and his train men to handlo, called to m
aid tho constablo of Cobdon township, and
ha summoned a few crltty residents ol
that town, They, with Iho train mon
husslei the ruffians off tbo car In double
quick ordor. After tbo conductor thought
tho wav was clear and thai ho would ro
coivo no furthor trouble from Iho gang, b
caro tho signal to CO ahead. Th
train bad no soonor started than
the roughs commenced to run for j
This compelled a second (top,
and greatly Incsn'td the conductor, con-
table and people wbo had jetked thorn
from the train.
The roughs did not comb out quite so
wll this time.. The. eonsuble, whose
name wo could not Uarn; seeing thai the
crowd had btcorno mote IMslerous and
determined, was obliged 'to rarnmons a
larg pojSt) of citizens, with guns, pistols,
etc., tu onforco the law. When
the scoundrols obtainod a look at the de
termined men, they submitted gracofjlly,
and left the caboose In single file order.
We learn that this gang intend coming
to Cairo. We hope they will bo received
with opn arms by our vigilant police and
A P.AIL110AD COS DUCTOP. SHOOTS
His L1F2 Ds.5PAlF.ED OF.
LI KG OF A Plsfol
Tie people doing builneii in tho vicin
ity of the Delmonico hotel, were startled
at a late hour yesterday morning by th
report of a pistol, and soon ascertained
tho cause lo be as follows :
Edward Dodridge, a freight conduct
on the Cairo, Arkansas and Texas rail
road, came In on tho late train, at thros
o'clock a.m., registered nnd Immediately
went ,10 bed, and did not, go to tbo
dining-room until ejght o'clock, when he
fjad'.his breakfast fioojy tn'e'fea'lorl at
the report of a pistol, R, large crowd' col-
lected in front of the place, expecting io
hoar of a murder, or someiother. alartlin
"Wo called at tho hotl, and learned the
following facts from the proprietor, M
Harry Walkor :
Dodridgo started out to seo tb
city, returning at about 10:30 a.
Ho went to bis room on tb
third floor. Shortly atler, a pistol
shot was heard. Mr. Walker left the
olllce to ascertain what had hup
pened, when, passing Dodridge
room, no Hoard groans and wen
tn. Ho found that his gues
bad shot himself in tbo Jaw, tbo ball split
ting, ono portion going upwards, entering
mo oram, anu too otber nail going, no 060,
coum ton wnero. Ho Informod Mr. Wni
ker that ho was only fooling with tho pis
tol. and that it went oil accidentally. 11
addod that be did not Intend to do him
soil injury. When he went to tbo hotel
tho last time, thoso in thoodco notlcid
that ho was intoxicated and could scarcely
alk under the load, Dr. Dunnicg
was callod in. Aftor dressing tho wound
nnd probing for tho ball, tbo doctor gave
it as his opinion that the man's prospcots
for rocovory wore vory slim. Wo saw
the doctor personally, and ho stated to us
that tbo chancel wcro threo to ono agalnat
una. 111s irienas nave been noiluoa.
, I Loth l Aiimtals. St., Ohsrlon Jlofat
F Ooldsmlth, St Louis; A Mntblson. New
orkj-Mrs-M- Vlnyardp-New Yrk W
II Holcbboucb. O'ark Countv. Ilh Mr
Koo, St Louis; Mrs Voiburg, St Louis
. - -1 -
Henry Strouss, Cincinnati; A Kolbcbild
C.nclnn.ttli K A Hsrse, St. Louis; L W
Lstapkln, W Lumpkin, Woodford county
Kyi Wm Sponco, ilo; WO Crockon
Kyi H Ware, Danvillo: J F Galll
gber, Detroit; Jno CJ Keith, Jackson i
Mrs I,uiu Keith, Jackson; (Irant Keith
I 1. .
scion; j.ouls I,ong, Detroit ; JC W
McDjnald, Detroit; W 1' Gamble, St
i.ouli; John Mann, Jackson, Tennessee;.
n i-.aion, .N Y ; W II Jlradish, Hhlla
dolphia; H F HIce, N Y.
NOTICE TO CONTKACTOn.S .
Ka.ln ... . .. I
v Hr"posais, njurosseii to the cify
k"HI toe city of Cairo, will bo ro.
coived at ray ofUeo, No. PJ4 Commorcial
avenue, until 4 o'clock p. m. of Wednes
day, thetjthday of Hoptombor, 1874, for
tbu tilling of tho following stroots, vir:
Commencing on Fourteenth strojt nt its
intersection with Washington avenue,
and oxtending wcit to W.fcut strn,.t.
thonco on Walnut street to Fifteenth
street, thenco on Fifteonth strcot to Cedar
'enc on Codar ttreot to Sixteenth
slreoTTanil-bne hun3rrfe7rrTcTe 5Tlo,, j
on oixteentb streot. aald'tllllni. tn h
the follosilng basis !'Twotityislx feet on
the base and twonty'reefori-tre'top. and
o'to inches abovo'ibo' I'cbost .i
Pr cubic yard said flllliig will bo fur.
The city council reserves tbo rlirht t
rojocl any or all bids.
M. S. Cox, City Comptroller.
falVER. NEWsf -
( t POUT Jil ST,
. , Aiuitvxn., , ,
mor Jim Flsk, Pa'ducsb;
1 n.H. Cooko, Kvansvlllei
' Hickory, Mound Oily;
' . l'ftlntef'No.,2,Ohfoi.s'
'John i'F.4faU-,'t'. Louli; f
1 itiuucpo, imw uriesns. .
1 1 '. . JlKrARTCO, I . ,
ijtd'amor'.llm Ftsk.'l'adncih:' !
H it ii ti n..i. . .yitiJ.
... a., wvvni', isvniiiriiio.
.... u ., . ,U U I.,
" Xiishvillo, Moinphls;
" Olencf., at. f.o'uls,
lloAia to I.kavic To.Dav - Jim Fi):
I'adniiab; Arkansas .Hullo. J.vatisvilliT
llolio Mimp'iiIs,"Momphls (Jiehcoe, tit.
Until?, City of Ohos'.or, Htv J.otijs.
lltVKB,W.THIll AND BUS1NK65. The
river tail evfjntng" w'afs seven) fcot sevan
Inches on tho gauge, havfng fallen olovon
Inches during the 'previous twenty-four
hours. Tho weather continues clear and
W .u Duit. fli Kit HnroiiT,
hejitemiier 11, lbTl.
Cant. J'ames llui'sn will afiiit his
brothors In tho wrecking business Jr h
while, as his steamer, the It. W. Dtignn,
has laid np to wait for lower water iitjd an
' . . -''t
increase or Lutiness. Copt. .lames Dugan
waiin tho city day before yesterday, but
left for 'Ml, Vernon to look altcrftbo
targe rotril. which Ibe Havon"sunTc at
f,. i ti, ' .. . ... .
sum ipunu, ineqincr uay, wiin I't'-i iols
9f iron ore on board. )
A liltl trading bl got a-round-ln-lbo
Mississippi cbse to Ilird's point yesterdsv
and sont to this city for a tag to pnll bor
r1T.- Unfortunately, lo thero Is so lit'.'a
water where that tbo tug cou'.d not 'et
Iho Xvanivillo packets are brlnglog
out very good cargoes to Paducah. and
about an artrage of 60 tons to this port.
The Jim Fik yesterday had. another
targo of wGodtwork lor rcshipmont to St.
Tho ftea-ror Hickory has a cargo
of staves, lumber and woodwork for St
Louis. SbeVAnts to try her power against
tbe sv.inz current of Iho Mississippi.
Tho Mlssoorl,rornoorat says thai G.OOO
hoad stonos for tho soldlora' graves at
IJaton Hougo havu arrived at St. Louis
from Keokuk, nnd will bo taken down on
a bargo on tho nest trip o( tho City of
f 'The Oraftori with two haruM gdH" to
the Tennessee riverfor lumber and staves.
Cmmodoro W. J. Koutjtz has con
Iracfed for-two moro bdats lik-t the Mol
Ho Itooro. at J'UUburg. They aro to
havo the llartupu. combination engines,
Thi Chester brings ovor uW bales of
ootton for reihipment east from this port.
Tbe Chorokiio loft her barge hero, and
hns'HOO tons for the south.
Tho Falntor Ho. 'J. got two of her
barges aground at thu foot of tbo grand
chain, day beforo yesterday, and lost sev
oral hours pulling Ihom off.
Iho Washvillo was vory well laden for
'Meiufblj, sVnd' discharged nnd re"aolved
'so'mo freight h6re. v " X '
'PL,- li. - 1 1. ,
'I 1 , v v u juou inp 01 sugtr
and salt for Ht. Louis. r
Tho James Howard and Iudiaoa leavi s
St. Louis d-day for New Orleans
The repairs on the Thompson D.an ...
1 . 1
Mchx.ni k's l'uLMbxic Stbi;
euro of consumption, coughs and coldi
Tho great virtue in this medicine is that il
ripons the matter and thrdwi It out of the
system, purifies tho blood, and thus effects
BX'A 'WKSEni-TnWT,-. vnti Tti.
t'Uc OV iiYKPriufA- tvninviTi i,w .,. '
Ane ionic produces a-boalthy.actloo ol
cbylo, and curing tho most obetinato casts!
SchsWk'h Mambrake Pills iok rnJ
Cuue ok Livrn Cohi-lai.nt, Ac.
These pills are alterative, and produce
a healthy action of tho livor without iho
Icail danger, as they aro froo from calM
omel, and yet moro efi'aclous In restoring
a ncailby aclton of tho liver.
Tneso romodies are a certain euro for
Ccnsurqrjtion, as the Fulmonlo ; Kyrup
ripens tho matter and purines tho blood.
Tho Mandrake Pills act upon tho liver
create a healthy, bile, and remove atl dls-i
eases of tho liver, often a cause
of Consumption. Tho S I
Wood Tonic givos tono and
strength to thn stomach, makes a good
digestion, and enables tho organs to form
good blood; and thus creates a healthy
circulation or Healthy blood. Tho com
binod action of theso medicines, As thui
xpiainwl, will cure every caso of Con-
umption, if taken in tlmo, and tho use of
tbo medicines preserved in.
Dr. Schor.ck Is professionally nt his
principal olllce. corner Slith ml a..i,
. . ...... ...v..
.j.'idolpbia, every Aloaday, wliero
11 tenors ior nuvico must be addre4od.
Schonck's medicines for sale by Druggists.
l-u.j-i in ' '
TUX OAtfUltinr TKMI'IIIANCIE flnill nnn
of Its most Insidious and dangerous fovn
Ip tha many o-callod " tonics " ana " n'p
petiiiers.,'"inailo of i-hoap whisky and ro
fuso Ilipiors, llnbjhoa up to null depraved:
appotjtes indor tho namo of medidiio.
!) 'VVAlltkll'SCALlKOKNIA VlNKflAll
JiiTTJEiia are nonp of thesoe TJioy aro not,
a beverage, but aro a gonuino medlcloo
puroly vegetable, preparod fro'ra Call-"
fornla herbs by a regular physioian. I'or
H dliaso9 of the stomach, liver, kidneys
oiauuer, skin and blood, they aro an in
fallible and unrlvatod romoiy.
15-d and w-4w
about finished, and she looks very clesn OT A 'K"i',,A1'Krt iVlM. I'IM
indntcv.nd will be.puU th, v y bTt kT 1S T,lE 0",:U'KST MKIHUJI
exwirslon df tho Knights Templar to Now?1' "
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF 'CONFEC
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
Do not buy old candicH, that huvo been koiit ovor tho
fiiiiiiiner ana arc stale, claiming nonio inanuincture. aiho
see to your weight. 33 very box
not, or ti ounces over live jiounas. iinincmucr the place
Corner 8th St. and Washington At.
The Only Place in the City where
Tho first Monday of Soptombor being
tbo uponing day of thu fall nnd winter
onion of tho Lorntlo Academy, It will
begin on tho 7th inst.
Parents ilcviring to send their children
lo tho acvndcmy aro requested to nceom
pany thf-m to make the iieceMnry nrrango-
All tbo braiicliM ot n polllo nul solid
education will Ixi taiiirht, Including
French, Our uan, music, nnd Inncy noodle
work. Tho German lanc-uae to bo
aught by u Oeruinn sister. 'jMw
To HIE I'AIIIO.NH f TUK LYCliMI.NU
I.NitiniNct Cnii-ANY Takk Notioi:.
llenownl rioipts i!uud by O. P. Lyon, late
agent, unloM signed by tbo president and
sccrolajy of tlie company, 11 ro null and
void and ot no cIToct. No loss will be
paid under them unless regularly iisum'.
Cahio, III , Aug. 30lb, 1871.
P.. M, Haumak, State Agent
1 11c barber suop is on ne corner 01
H.ghth strwit nnd Commercial nvonue
wnero J. George Stienhoiise with his gen
tlumac.y assistants enn bo found at any
nourot too day or nlgbt, ready to sootfae
your footings with a smooth sbnve, or cool
yonr temper and head with a good sham-
. T. f- . . . . .
puo. it is a ursi'tiiars suqp, anu you are
sura of receiving flrit-clmi treatment
Lndien' nnd children's hair cut or curled
ertUi mosi , jc r 1 1 st;.i k
WAhinxoTO.v ilAKEKY. Mr. Joseph
Hoaekor has tukon cbaruo of this well
known tab1ihrnont, nnd will, on and
alter to-day, bo able to supply tbo
public :ilh choice bread, including
lloiton, llrown and Graham bread, besides
f.akts nnd confectlinuries of every do.
ecrlptlon. llclng un cx perlenued and
skilful baker, Mr, Kotioker will not fall to
satisfy nil who patronir.o him. 140
Washington avenuu. UJ-7.2-lm
K.l'..HIIO.N TllKKTMIO Cincinkati
ani Loiisville. All persons who de
siro to go to Cincinnati or Loulsvillo, can
procuro round trip tickets at thn geieral
ticket olfieo ol the Cairo ,V. Vinonnos
railroad, In Cairo. Ono faro for tho round
trip. Faro to Cincinnati $13 25; to
Louisvillo4.il including ticket to n
position Tickets good during the cxposi
MAiiiilft .uliul Ii ,!iii,1n. Iriiii,..
i " -
u prliiti'd liumUitll, poster or
Wtr.-proiiftflyMhtrllmtnl, trill be
ifrlon?, but WHOEVEH IS IN A
CE P'OUUIl TO SUP"
!i 1 fe- IK
v For tho' 1 "' ' '" -' " ' " ' oai
'i IJ .'lH.iit.i.M
snVFliTHJV iv '
ifr1 V CY If .
d I P 1l 11 lT I IV
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Politics for 1874,
JIO.X. EDwAllJJ MoPJIKHSON
Ultrl. of Home ol ltenrwntuhvt V. .V,
'I Ills AcciJiu rr. and Isii-arhai. volumes
le the flii.i, iiRC'oltli on the Incru.tKn of
iiai.u j .ei - ana u repeal, ou ITuinortH-
Mill, I'l.ll III..I.. ...! l.'tn.iM.I.I .. ...
Inellliliiij-tlio ai t ol 1MI2 f renting "Ltsiil
'I enders1' inl coin inlerot ol lloml. ..mi
iho (itiiiun r.xianuimr anu contracting uctk
tuno. i iii-nic.ii. iiitA.M-'rt .insai,'eii and
.Mi'inorumliiiii, Jutervlewj, Lulleri., 1'ro
.1 amatlpiiN am) AcUon jn Alabama, Arkuii
.a, IjOiibUiu und 'lexis hiipreino Court
le''I oils, nililnln nm l'ic..,.l i..it
l.iiws, CiinMitiltlniiul Ainenilinent, made
slid pendliu. In Hi He". iiikI Nation. "ILnW.
my " Statlatlcn. Tabluaot Appropriation,
iuuv i.ntumii., t.iirruney Jiiniriuutlou
KuthJDM, o. Invaluable
campaign, Clotb, i'2J0, ri'i-t-imlil.
Addresl GEO. PltS. DAWSON,
4' P. 0. Iox 114, Washington, I). 0.
WOOICTT'S PAIN PAINT
Cures all kin its nl pains. For sate by
FINN AND METZ
"T III 1 I I II f s 1 1
1 1 ounn nmiAimn
ought to contain five pounds
You can get a Complete Assortment.
it. W. IHLI.KIt, Pre nldont, T3
J. M. IMIII, I, ITS, Vice Prrslileut,
clIAS. CUN.NI.NOIIAM, Cashier.
COLLKOTIO.S'S PROMPTLY MADE.
K. Cll A.NOC. coin, banknotes 1 id United
State" securities boilictit and sold.
Intortst nlloucd on time deposit
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. IIAL1.IDAY. Preidilfnt!
HKMtY 1.. 11ALI.1DAY, Vice Pre.idet.
a. 11. n.r r miu, aiiilcr;
WALT Jill HYaLOP, Assistant Cashier.
STAATSTArWIt, It, II. CU.V.S'lSOIIAM
II. IIAMJUAY, Y. I". IlAM.tDAY.
0. D. S ILI.lAlON, STIIPia Hutu,
A. It. ixvroiaj.
Lxcltanirr, Coin and United.' Jitsles
iiouui noiigiii una noia.
DKI'fimT-t i,.,l .,( , n ..Li.
Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE KOO EK
And Dealer In
.10. ,11 lllllfl I.ni'i.o 'llll TT I
trt"8lf etal atlentlnn .1... tn
Bicnts and fllllni; orders. u.a j
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
Ft. SMYTH & CO.
o4U0U J) E A L E Jt S
No. CO Ohio lcvo,
' , UAlltO, IhLf.NOia
ST: LOUJS UNIVEKSITjY
THE FOKTY". FIFTH
SESSION of Studies In tbo
Will bo.In on
MONDAY, SKITKMIIUK 7tli, H74.
For Prospectus, giving torms, Insiruo
tioos to paronti, Aas., dec, apply V or
11F.V. JOS, O. ZEALAND, S. I.,
uV fo'.U'voralty, St. Louis, Mo.
NEW LUMBER YARD.
COIL SEVENTECXTH ST. AND COM.
Tho underlirniil 'hnvln,. j....i.n.i,,i -
new lumber viml In Pdmtadlnn wills tlw.t-
f'f.nl!1"' "re I"opareil to furnish all kind of
...ti iuaien:u, suuu us
PINE, OYPHE8S, VOPLVaB
And Ash Doonng, Siding. Celling, Ac.
bnouiul attention la called tn mr .....
boat, Wajjon and Agricultural Implement
Material, which will bo furnished on Jhort
notion In large or unall niiamitles.
ge stook or cheap lumb.r on hand nt
I, which will be told at 8 to S)lo per
... uu., . iii ua nuiu ui co io Bin nrr
thousand Inrftarlnml int. t. i..T, ' l'rr
v iua.ii,, au.usv i, g-'iii