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AGEN'TS WA.NT EX)
forUie newntandfaUcsMei mg book out.
lr T B, Go-idrleh c on f Peter TarleV
Kelfla.i.Me sr-varc shipwreck!. '1cn
mrri, ef'.iMltn. t-t ae-fl . rV."JlL
nava torn' '.. andUv-" .rr
of nm If '.rrif Ibf r;niati a of 'oW
Oof an. " and l 0u h'n, ' ',"irf ,n,r:
i ot,i!i.' i u-tratlnns and
-.r . . , IV 1 I I U 1 fl 1 ' ...A. M'd
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
somebody to tako from us a thousand bill
heads, pood paper and fiuely printed, lor
t J.( to 4 el.
i .ujt ag.'v n
lAM.hY PCtSMSt'INO CO.
Oncltinuaasd sutement prlnteri at The
IllLLENN olllco lor 13.50 to 1 00.
vigor to tho framo, while they
nvery dliordcrod function.
(MG-d nnd m -t w.
M Loins of Ch.tigo.
( n rrtVcllldi rcicw
FOR FEVER. & AGUE
nst'.e S-.1r.tiat iu 11 ' ' Z",Zr
tie Lnd If, i m . a-atn. ai.J Jb.
li..Vr. ..-..Mia .uatrr.
- a k.ur.-H "
j CTjrml.U, I), nc .aim.
ckau ronnst ii.i.l.
Jilllfrm 1 CKtn- -cpt. . I"1.- cli"ici.
f . ' . 1 r.-i arntur) n.i i.rp io ' -y
nr est niic Htm thorough, tin- l
h v. ml .i-r. .1 Hie t.umt rot H1 letll Ui
prriiarulnrv .tei.ar me t o 11 .t yoiiiu uif n
In any term may r (Mtc uirUuetmti t.. At-
uftiia (ten ..eV. 1 ri,onon.elr . ".n et' jr.
i. ". (i rnmr. Hook lie. tnit und
otb. f n a I' I 'i'wm m urn o.ii
jtrn il.e I r i.iltiir unci in .tlon . ml
far cia. ikiic to tLc ri'Miltnt vi trenrei.
I fM fl.ri-f l.r.lfl.
in Hi.! uoriil. six ilioii-.iiid J.rw iiiiikt arc
Kt t r ua arlv o li'e. (ifii to u j.icil(iu l.y
cjt in. r. l'.er At)vi:itiiir.i:.NT I? taken
a' t'ii '. in jute of tti pai.or, u itlu.tit aiiy
d j i' .i ( mute: or niiwi'.n. An ml-r-tl-cr.
U' dah'.i wtiu ttie ugem y, fnvcd
tru 1 nt .ii'r ile.ict-, uiiUnK 'nu
c i. r j. t t ta ul dozen, a Imiidiea or ti
hoi tiJ. a. b-o- of itKhty iug, cn
bid u, u-tjof t.tn nap r-, lafge-i (. roll a
ion re r.)U. mrrVntiur.l, ct. Illil .d,
n trl coUn'TT rancii". mil all publica-
cfljwLt re Kpt'cl I'jr v-luable to aler-
ttt vet li oini' luiOHuaunn uuoui pnccn.
i IKECloau. .nd lre-s on aii.lciiljn
c at u iflttinae wl-Mim tn mae con-
n rr auvrri hp" in any inn n, cii.v.
o . tiB ur t mutry ul ilie I lilted
c, . or any p irtlon tlio I'om nlon of
fa 'i. miy rad a conrl-e tatiti'iit ol
' lv ut. t" thfrwth a copy ol
ic M krtkmk.n r tli loir' ti.-trtcd.
a u:.l rcdc i doiniatt .n bj renirn null
w. . nji'lc tlicro t. diTldn whtlier
1 . .r rt.juw tli- order. Kor (.ucli
. t i. r tlu r- l no i ' arifr. f)nler are
r i ln.l" pap r wHI a fnr a llt :
i. d.lira- r-A(lllv a lor a larger
i..;; c llmi- tin Idin.' ,
11 PARK ROW. N. Y.
(nc llmii-iind note head prln'cdat Tnr
lltl.l.ETI.N oittct lor f I. CO; twotliotiatud lor
tine tlintiarnl li!-lriei cnrd, fine llrbtol
lioanl, l ted it I IIP. HL'I.I.K.llN nlllco tot
fri'iu fc to td according to lz.
TUltSUAV, SEPT. 15, 1S7I.
Hat sV Couiit Kllcn Johnson, urrctyl
Ly rVlicr'naii ilrown lor itrlhlnp Koulia
.Murphy, wni fined $5 and colli. No
money. Merit to ill for twolvo day.
Os TwEtnn.-A pollllon to luliJ a
tlduwalk on tin north lidn of Tnvlflli
ftteet, botween Washington nvcr.ue and
NValnut etrect, ht bean circulated.
l)it Jksj.li.c Can bo found n. hit
dentil pnrlorj cn KiRbth ttrout at nil
bouri. II -it of rofc rciiood given nulopro
t Cain cliapttr
iLLtKOl CENTItAI. 11 !!.('(.,
Aoent'b OrricE, Oituo, Sept. II, 1371. j
To paraoni wlthin to a'.tund tho (111
noli Utata fair, to lo held at l'eoru from
September Uth to Seplombar 1'ib, wo
will tall tickets to lit !'ao acd return for
511 10. Salo of ticket will bo dlsctn
tlnued ut) the Kill. Tlcll gocd to re
turn until tha 2t)t, inclulivo.
.'JU o-15-St James Jounco:.', Agint.
A CKNTK.VMA GUUi THE VICTIM
OF MUS I.KWIS.
WHY DON'T T11K KILMNG DKOIN
NANCY TELLS ALL AltOUT IT.
hmwki.l a- an..
Me T.7CT.7HMi of 'hi Mml (leaJay ) ovenlDg. nl tbo .Mmonic hall
U. IIan.st, Secrotary
To-NtotlT Tbo Uotta City
band will ($ivo another open air ooncitt
thla uvening from thy Mntkot Kiiure
TiicSt. Chakles Hi.tki. baa- s fow
vury dasiri.bio roorr.j still luft, which 111
Iw kl on good trmi to itedy boarders
Hurry Walker li receiving j tera
every other day by oxprcn, direct from
Harry has tveived tbo nger.cy fdiui
onu of tho lorgeit oyitor houiot in Uilti-
more, und wilt guarnntoa nvory can bo
Will clo erve them up in the belt
ityle, from tho best oooV In Ciiro, tho
woll-known Henry Myorj.
Opon day aod nlbt.
J37-0-16 Uaiiry Walkeu
1!eL"W v;givo alnttnr from Mr. Stuatt,
of Stuari it Uholion, who U now in Now
Yorl: maaing preparations for tb full
ctimpnln in tho dry b'ond lino. ll
knaot hit ljuilnvtf, nnd irn may look out
for bargain! :
.Nov Voiik. Sent. 'J. 1S7J.
W. E. 0 bo!i on, Eiq:
lJKAti sin: Jtr. lucent, of at. Lou p.
and ayolf bought out tho iargtat portion
of a bankrupt dry good Iiousm ut tt great
fauriucc, j.oolt out tor ttia cheapcut drv
zooda yen evar aw. Toll our friondi not
to rnnko ny purcbaien until our atock
arrirei. It will to much tu t h i r ixltnn
tago to wait. V. K. Sii aiit.
NUISANCE THAT SHOULD
35 TO S20
l'rr tliiv Mt t. ,iu. i.-rT" tr. e. Addrt4
CihU fflN.MJ.N .kCU., j'o.tljud, Me.
I !,!'! V-h.-rti-iii;; r- ottered for Ni-w-i
. ,n tliv State ut ILLINOIS! -tndlor
a t f i .per- and n In 1 1 1 1 of rati .. Ad-dr.-
'. T. lMlW'i I.I. ,V t .. AdviltL
nt . id-. 4' l'-rk 1! New York,
l.i ir.u i nu: Kimuit i Tina 1'Arr.u.
(tiir.irit. ed to m lie uml lent le UKulltk. ill
ttic r to illt'-. Ciiklt. Nti'llllNti lo try tt.
l'urHmWv. tti e. V. t. KliKllj A
Aoali-ta, Me X it-d.Vw-lw
Coitke's oyi'.ir depot nr.d reitaurant.
O.viteri In thn nbell and can, froih every
day, at Dili Saup'a old tand, belwoen
bixth and Seventh ttroeti, Cairo, Til.
Max K ukiink, tho organ builder, Is
randy nl hny time to tuno and repair
piano and molodooc. You may fafoly
vru.vjour inirumati to bis caro; you
will not bo dfcelved.
11 Y Hkown a llKi.f The gentU, gnntlo
Mollii atkini ha) been carriod from
our gazo by tho cruel ttcainer Cltv of
C'heitir. ilollio mi u fumalo vag, and
Hrown paued hor to Grand Tower.
Hiiid's Counr. Henry (Jibion, colored
urretlod by Cona'.ablo Gladnoy for rudo
and eVordurly conduct at Elder Jacob
Bradley's cburch Sunday uvpnini;, wa
tine J HO and costs. Total $18. Ho paid
i u.. I iit..r ol I UK III l.l rrlN .
J.nt.rMtli l'Hn:n Vmi run i.lcnc in.
form jour rvNitcr tfut I ian u po-nlic
t'l'KL" VOIl rOSSDMI'l'IOS
anil a" diord(r of the Throat and Lung.
a:id ilui, b Itf Mhc in in) practice, I lmu
nrcd Imndrodk ol ca-ei.. unit will flto
r a r isu i. '.vitl not ipcncflt. Indeed. o
tr r.,' i my fui'ti, I wll . nd a -.i.Mri.i:.
f.rn to any auflierrra idrcliiK in .
J'lc-e lioiv thm etter t ii) ueynnnuj
jti'.vi ilni Is titlerlnif fr.'in then- dleac,
ti, . i'li,'0, . railhudly Yourx.
DU.T. F. BURT,
O Mill It in 1 I 2 v I
I'aI'.tiks deriring to hnvo their pianos
and mulodenn cleaned, repaired an
tuned, ihould trutt them to M.
Kuebne, corner Thirteenth and AVblnut
itreotj. Ho Is tho mcit cotnpotcnt man
1 R01'OA T H AVANTF.ii. Vropfllll will
bo received until Sunday no.xt, -Oth Inat,
for tho (fectlon of a brick building at tbo
eurnar af J'Vui (ofiitli Bdut't n'ld Commcr-
clal avo. 1'lam and fpeciflcatlons on ox-
auiination on tho preraie.
240.d-15.td V KlTOKRALD.
Gold Wllf.AT Crop. Mr. Taul Frick
his favored ut with tbo following state
ment of nil wheat crop. Ho railed on 1 1 J
rei adjoining and wet ol town .5u
baihuU, averaging 37 3. 100 por acre.
Thli Hold is on bill land, and has ben In
cultivation for over fifty joari. On 20
acres tjuth of town, 4i2 bujheli, averag
ing 'J4 C-100 bushels per acre. Ui railed
100O busheli of flnu Tappahannock wheat
in all, hich is tbreihed and ready to go
io tnarKui at loon as tnu narrow-ifuacu
raiiread it completed to town. I Union
Another Leo ''Chawed." Two of
tho 11,000 dogi it Cairo woro engaged In
a pitched battle Saturday evening late, on
(ToDirnorcial avenue, butwcon Seventh and
Eighth itrecU, when Mr. Wm. Campbell
endcavorot to 'part' them. Mr. Campbll
is a philanthropic, find his heart un
teucbod when ho law tho does caticc each
oiner and Jioard thoir ferocious L-rowls
This ii tho reason hu tried to part thorn
I bo good man s efforts !n bohall or pvauo
in Cairo aod good will to dogi, was re
paid by ono of tho dogi imorting his
teeth into the plump calf of M r. Campbell'
modol leg. Mr. Campbell i not ro much
a philanthropist now as ho was before that
dog fight. Hii voice, ii for cxtermina
J Q. HARMAlM & CO.
A . . I nod Auuii'aol the Illinois Central ami
ljiirtiiiHfl Miourl it. it. Cos,
2:Ttii Cut. Sizth mid Ohio Lcvoc,
C WINSTON ik. CO.
Real Estate Agents
71 Ohio I.kveb, iSaooml Floor,)
f j at. i Sell ItllAL ESTATE, l'ay TAXES
l urullt" Abtrct of Title.
tTri.m.'t Coiuvnl Moimr.
OniTfARiE.s. Adeline, only daughter
ol Henry and Katu Latiner, aged thirteen
months and two weeki, died Saturday lait
ol cholera infantum. The parenti took
the remains to St. Louis for burial, Sunday
Dr. William II, Morgan, formerly of
tho Eamei hub factory of tbfi city, died
at LawrencovliJe, Il!!noi,on Friday night
Mule Siolen. K. Orisson, a colorod
boy, aged fourteen, itolo u mulo from a
colortd tnan named Narloy, llvini; nuar
Unity. Tha boy bad bcn working for
the man, and on reaching tbu city j titer-
day, tried to diipoi of it at a small figur
Chief McHtlo and Tullceman Sbcahan
arreitsd and lodged him in tbo county
A Model Yacut I'.jitle. Thii
beautiful model will be rallied for Satur
day ovenir.g, at tbu l'luctura' Ilouio mloon.
Mr. Uuefner bought tbis to transport bis
lUlllmorti o) iters, not Gilding it large
enough, oiTirs it at ono dollar n ticket
luO chauces. When disposed of Mr. II
will buy ono rultahla for his trade. This
yacht will loll over the river Wednesday
at four p. tn. L'3.0.1&.lt
.1 .IB 12.13.
1,1 h b Street, bet-coo NVanhlngton an-
Ecrnsto.v Tick fa On and after
Sspteutber 'JUth excuriion tickets to
LnultTilln and Cincinnati, will be sold
tiy the, Onlro und Vitieouties railroad,
nJratierd Vo the lollowine; rales, good to
October 3rd. To Louisville, and return,
14.1r; to Cincinnati and return, ?16 hi
Ihuabovo iucludai a ticket into the ex
position bkll. Ticksts for lala at tbo
Kneral oliicu and at the A rubor Lino
ofllce, 71 Ohio levee.
OHDINANCE NO. K.
r.iiiuu.uii urorldlotf fur tho more
-....,,.1 ,,ll, ..I'M flf llBf!.
is.- it ordained by tha city council of llu
. i.i i:iro:
-n mis l. iiall ml he lawful for any
,n otn.er, ur t-olne mi;i rate to jjive to
at.) i eio or i.foi , who have been lined
f. i il'litiou ol any my ordinance, tlmo
i -t i Ut (laytttriil of aid tine-, l.nl In uolutilt
(. I lilt pKjiiwut tbeircif ut the time it Is 1111
j. .-'-'i. they lull antler tho penally named
-. l or.-uuuv e, mine u'leri.-inu, f. rlh
wlt'l. bill Uhi k'Uie atin)l Lot llilenwo
natty of ex cuilnii u .roide.l lur In nee
I. n of Orjlmoci So. It.
All) OlOcw or .. liee nmi' Strato lolntint;
Pie proil-lom of liU iclhiHino kliull l,e
oi linn atiuj of jiot e- than twenty dol.
i ,r, nor more than one hundred doUur, lor
'. anil every ollcriM, pioii.leu, tlm r
biiv Mot.tlon of thU ordinance tiy uny
j... ice iiuirl.trate. thfciiy council urn) nr.i
iiit to lie i.riiUKIil lor the louoiiiryol my
Hue T puitiltv oeiorc nuute nuii r j-uueo
muiri-trate .ir 'jurtltu of tho Jieare wllhh)
ht.c. 'i. Mi o' 'inme. nr parti of ordi
nan. 1 to "um i..-ewilh, be, ami the
aune are tifirei : ie,eied.
'I'll ' fie il' f o d in.- ee gfie Into fllect,
hy reawu of the iuyo.' failure to ujiprovc
cretotbe same, wllblu Uuie. j nerihid by
the city cbtirtcr. Wat. K. Ukvuse,
Jor. ito.Nitcr.nii now in full control of
tbo Washington bakery, and having
learned tho wants of Uio public, is tiro
jilted toiupply on call all demands fur
French loaf, Itotton, Ilrown and GrahHin
bioad, and uvorytblng else ordinuril)
found in u Ortt'i-laii bakery. Liu main
tains t. full stock of rorifeotiuobriet', and
can, at well i.i any other dealer In tbu
city, fill all orders in that lino.
Ckt baked, frosted or ornamented on
short notice, special attention given to
tho ordurs of wedding or picnic partio
How to (Jr.r Stamina iron frarnei
and strong nervous system are not tbu lot
Of all. Jlijt tlm feebla ne(4 uot despair.
Ily adi.ptliiK tlm riyht means they may
liva m long nd tnjoy lifo n much ns
their more r uit i.-ynbori. l'byslcal in
vlaorntun I. b ever, necessary to this
end; and wM, me spirliou toolci and
nervinci usually admitted, eventually de
Jiroia both body aed mind, Dr J. Walker's
California liittm invariably supply new
JIoTM. HcaiNKii ix Cairo. 31r
Jowult V ilcox, iho urbunu host of tbu St
Cbarloi, has been fnlerviuivod by us, after
tbo manner of the Sun man, win has been
after tho business men on tbo levee. .Mr.
Wilcox assure us that businuss is good
and will bo butter later in thu season
Hurry Walker, tho comely holt of the
Delmonico, was also in to too I'll E lie L.
i.ktis reporter, and told us business wae
much tbo samo; ho could not complain,
although wo endeavored to induce him to
do so. Mr. Ellis tbo ablo host of thu Ar
lington, was glad to leo us, and remarked
that business was n usual and victuals all
gilt-edged. Tbo extension of tho Minis
lippi Central did not, as sorao reported,
ruin tbo hotel business. Thu gonUl host
of tho St. Nicholas shook hands with us
heartily, nnd said tho demand for hash
was active, with but litllo each in sight.
Ho was of opinion that tho bountiful
harvest- would raako things easier, and
tbo completion of tbo Cairo and St. Louis
railroad bo & big thing. Wo called on
other victuil di-peniors, aftor tho manner
of tho great Inttrviewar of tho Sun, and
learned many items ol interest wo will not
Hotel Auival. St. Charles Hotel
O E Ctilbertson, Springilold ; N M Hebul
cbire, Mrs Louis Houek, Capo Girardeau;
Ii Zick and L l'owoll, I O 11 li ; David
Karquban, L'axton, Mo: D F Morrill and
W IJ Locov, C vV V It It; W O King,
teamer Frank i'nrrest i C Oikarnp, Cin
cinnati; A W Gilbert and S Smith, Hew
York; .Mrs McDermott, Anna, T. lircwn
O Hughes and wlfn, Centralia; U Whitney,
I' Martiu and Ed Stitei, St. Louis; Ji
Leetnore, England; Alfred Gardner nd
duuKhior, l)ridmi, 'Venn ; Henry V. n
I'hul, Louisiana; W M Harkey, C II
Sohultz, lloruorvillo, Mo; M C Welch,
ltacine, S is.
Delmonico hotol It V Smith, Hiek
man, Ky; Jos T Stolcup, Motropolu, M
W Matthews, Canton, Miss; J O WarJ,
Tulaski; Miss Moro, Tulaskl; M L Colli
sen, Now Tork ; Jas .Smith, Now York,
Thos Y Koynolda and family, Ilarrlsburg.
Ill, Thos Simpson and family, Harri..
burg, III; Mrs 8 E Fugalo, Eldorado,
illinium Wagnor, Cincinnati! C 11 Mo
Morris, Louisville, Kj; .lobn T Lattncr,
Now Orleans, Joo Davis, Cincinnati; I! A
Campbell, Illaridsvillo, Ky; Frank String
lellow, Mobile, Alabama, T II Newstitn,
Columbus, iky, ,1 I) JneUion.
Planters' House Thus -McDermoth'
Anna: A Mlnton, Tulaikl; Jamts ilin
tou, Tulaikl ; C Hallman, St Louis; AV
H Jackson, Dexter, Mo; ES Ham, MoW
York; Jas Tidgen, Illandvlllo, Ky; ym
Hells, Cincinnati ; A Jonos, llloomiugton,
III; Wm Malou, Garuvillo, N Y.
(Jhorifl lrvin rocWel a telegram lata
Saturday evening, from til's city marshal
of Centralia, giving a description of n girl,
that bad b-m ontlcil nyfrom In. mo by
a woman, who had bon boarding with
ber mother for a week. In thn abssnco
cf sheriff Ham. Irvlu, Deputy sheriff
Henry T. Martin opened tho tolegram,
and Immediately called on constablo Kob
ert Hilllngsly to stsiil him in working up
the caso. Thoy first visited nil tbo hotels
.hi first cluo ww oMalnel at tho Plan
ters House. Tbo clerk id u party of
throe, answering tho description In tbo
tolegram, had been at that houso, and
wanted two rooms for tho night. He, not
liking tho appoaraneo of thu party, told
them that overy room wai occupied.
Thov want frosn thn Pl.intori' to a tlsh
boat, m iorod at the p unt, to which place
Martin nnd llillinly tracked tham
Thev woro Immedistnly arrate.l. Tbo
city marshal ol Centralia was notliloJ
nnd arrived Sunday morning, and loft
with thn prisoner a-ul litllo girl on tho
Wo culled at tbo roildnco of Hllllngidy
Sunday, And Intorvlowod tho cjrl, nnd ob
iHlned thn following details :
.My name is Nsney Moore; my falhor
led on our farm in Llnn county, Kansas
four years ag; soon after pi died
wo removed to Illinois, nnd have
boon living at or near Centralis ever
ainco. Thii woman, ".Mrs. i,owl(," camo
to our hous to board a week ago, and
seemod to think much of me. Lsst Fri
diy mother wont out to spend Ibo day,
and during her absence Mts. Liwii aikod
mo to go to Ashley wity hor, promising
mo gool cloths and plenty of everything
that was nice, and promts.) 1 to take ma
homo to mother tha naxt day. We left on
tlm afternoon train, and when Ashley was
reached I started to leavo tho car, when
the weman told ma to sit still ; that it was
not the right place to leavo tbo train-
When wo reschod Cairo a man met us'
who passed off for tho husband of Mrs.
Lewis. We wtnt to a hotol. Jl-
fore going to bid this wenan
brought a mau into tho room and told me ;
to go to bed with him ; that ho would py
inn ten dollars, and in the morning she
would buy mo soma nice clothes with tho
money Tbis 1 refused to do, making
censidorablo noise. They then went out
and left mo alone for tbo balanco of the
night. Tho next morning wo all went to
a fish boat iuit below tho city, when tbis
woman trie! to make me lay down with a
man I held out to tho .'alt, and about
eight o'clock I was rescued by Mr. Bill
Ingly and another officer.
The ;lrl Is about of an avcrago slzo of
girls of her sg, well dovoloped.dark hair,
eyes and complexion, and converses freely
for one ot her yuan.
This wns onu of the most outrageous
attempts on virtuo that It has been our lot
to report for years. Tho pooplo of Cen
tralia are -."; inenn.cd at tha outrage.
Wo only regret that the man or man who
bad a hand In this bad business wore not
captured with tho women.
For Tnr. Hci.lktiv.
Mr. Editor . Whilo bom aro intordlctcd
in our model city hoes that nro at least
somo uso as scavengors why in it that
tho thousand bowline curs that render
nigtit iiiaenu to ino grant annoyance oi
cllUjiis, and making leep impossible,
tolerit ud Would it not bo to tho credit
of our city, ai woll as to tho peace and
quiet of the community, if tbo city would
provide by ordinance against tnts r.un
anco by II line; n perialtV of not lest than
$10 on uny person owning, harboring or
suffrtrini: any such nuisance $10 for tho
tint night, to tor thn second, und imnisb
mont Irom tho city for the third od'enso '
Dogs in Cairo aro really a nuisance that
shfjld bo abated. They aro overywharo,
in nil our streets, and it is not saying loo
much that thoy do banish slaep from many
a pillow by their cursed barking In the
night tlmo. Mora than this : there is not
a day passes that somo person Is not bit
by ono of tho curs of low degree, and no
parson can safely walk about after nigiit-
fall ; overy ono who dots is in danger of
Voing bitten by a dog.
Taxing tho cura will not do, Every
one found upon thn street, with or without
a tax tac, should bo sent with dispatch
to the dogs' paradiso. They should bo
exterminated, and tho council ihould leg.
islato to this end. Vo know that the dog
problem is tho toughest knot a city coud
ell can attack, but this -oniiderntlon
should not induce Mayor Wood ami his
alderman to attempt its .'.utkm. Down
itb the dogi 1
unniuiiiii iji'lii iiiPifSTonur yjiiii iii I, mi iiiummium mi i , ju.nu.'nmALguj-1-iLeli
r jlf'iisriHWiiHi.vnn v
din (i City
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CONPEC
TIONS IN EGYPT. AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
Do no? i 'M t'aiHiK'S, Unit liavf bci n ' Jl(pt nvor Mm
summer :n. i aro Mule, ekiimiiij.' home lmimifiifjluro. A lsu
see to your weiirht. hvr-rv oo. mmht to cnntnin lire jirmnrh
net, nr'O ounecs over five pnuwls. Mpineinber the pirn i
Corner 8th St. and Washington ILv.
The Only Place in the Pity where You can got a Complete Assortmrrt,
A LIVELY DAY'S SESSION.
Lum licit Sri 1. 1. Goino Down. A wo
a r 0 determined to close out our stock
ipculily, preparatory to wlnllng up bus
inns, wo will noli u.l kinds of lumber at
two dolUrs per thousand less than mar.
ket prices, A largo lot of lath and Hovo
wood on hand, which will bo sold at cor
respendlngly low rates.
21il-0-0.tr Wau iV F.M-
1'r.miML From the country came
John Darton, of Thobes; John N. T.
Hrown, Tbobei; Dr. Thomas Lawronco
and sen, Gooso Inand, to attend court,
and they all put up at Martin's.
l'.ev. H. H. Thayer returnod from Mt
Vernon by yesterday afternoon's train.
Mr PolorNcffis going to Gormany
one of these Hoe days.
Lurinda or a word to that effect
is the name of Or. Hunnlng's carrlago
Jones, tbo Illinois Central ticket
agent, is at Cincinnati. Col. Coleman is
Mr. Max Holler is at work again tun
ning pianos and telling littlo anecdotes
that have litllo jokes in them.
Mr. Popo remains nbient longor than
he should. Capl. Clements nelds him, and
h mutt como back.
Mr. Jo'hn T. Hennie, wifo nnd son aro
still on their summer trip. When last
beard of thoy were in Cleveland, Ohio.
Mrs. Louis Houck, of Capo Garadeau,
and nenry Von I'hul, of Louisiana are
registered at the St. Charles.
Louis, Judgo Hross' oldcit ion, left
Monday morning for Champaign, where
hu will attend tchool at the university.
Mr. Louis Herbort hai returned from
Wiseonsin. It wai not his health than he
wont after. Probably ho was In search of
Misses Katie Webb and Mary Ward-
nor are attending school at Knoxville,
i itnois. Miss Gattio Woodward is at
a femvU mminary at Lockport.Now York.
-Mils Eckia ilurnain, who has bean
visiting m Cairo for soma time returned
to ler home, at Smltbland, Kentucky,
Saturday night last.
When last hoard of 0. H. Woodward
wai er.'jymg himself at Lockport, Now
iork. Ha will return homo sometimo dur
ing lie present week.
i'r Charles Filfferllni: ia the falhor
of twin boys, A large a man as Oharlos
ought not to boast of so small an affair as
that. Ho is bit: enough to have triplets
Judgo A. M. Ilrown, wlfo nnd son ot
Villa llidge; wote in town yesterday. Tho
Judge s ton with several other young gen
tluineu of tbu .d Pulaski county, leavo
in a few dayi for Champaign university.
In INOU OkntrAI. It. B. Co. 1
AaK.ST's U ick, Cairo, Kept. 14, 1H74.
To peisous wishing to attend tho Union
county fair, to bo hold at Jonehoro from
September 10th to Septomber IHtb, we
will excursion ticketa to Anna and
ret'irn ut ono and one-fifth faro. Salo of
tickets will commenco on tbo lOili, arid
discontinue on the 10th. Tiokoti good to
return until the 20th, incluslvo.
-j.10-31 Jajiks Joiihso.", Agent.
Argument upon tbo demurrers in the
caso of fie Jioweh vi tbo Western
Union Telegraph Company, and Wicks,
wlrn vs. Cairo City Gas Ojmrany. First,
to declaration overruled, and leave given
to ploai by Monday morning next; sec
ond, to application, sustained, and leave
given to amend.
Traverso jury for tho laccud nnd third
woeks cf court cmpanno'led. Htrber
Green, Indicted for burgla-iously onterinc
nnd appropriating some clothing from
Miles Parker's llvory stible, Aug. 10. Hi
was tried up m tha plea of not gully. The
jury ontertain-l views slightly at vari
anco with his, but let him offvasy, giving
ia their verdict of guilty of larctny, fix
ing tho valuo of tho properly stolen at
?II.'J5, and turning him over totboter.dor
mercies of tho court for llnal disposition
Michael Hyan and Jack Chambers wero
arraigned and plonl not guilty to the
charge of burglariously ontering tha houo.s
of Britto and Zonono, corner ot Sixth
street and Commercial avanuo, norm time
In Auuusi. It is supposod that these men
were preparing for un extended hunting
expedition, at they solectei a shot-guu,
several dozin cans Cova ovsters
and surdir.oi, und two coats.
Hut thoir litllo excursion was
by an ollioers' interference brought
to an abrupt termination. Tho jury, upon
duo refisc'.ljn, concluded thai Michae1
and Jack wcra too young by ten ycirs to
be at large in this rold world, and sent
Ihnm to board at tho Slito Hotel at Joliet
for that length of time.
Thoacarno Walter Turner, pjndering
seriously upon tbo good luck of Michael
anl Jack and being alsgiuted with tho
way the jury trilled with their liberties
as free American citizens, Lcggod tbo
court for permission to withdraw his pica
of not guilty and to bo allowed
to throw himsolf upon its tendor mercies.
He plead guilty of tho soft impeachment
of taking two dollars and a half not his
own. -Tho judgo gava him some fathorly
advice, nnd sentenced him to fltfeon days
in tho county jail, to pay.n fine of twenty-five
dollars and costs, nnd to remain
committod until the Dno is paid.
One of our druggists suggested to
Judgo Baker that ho ought to bo ozompt
from jury service, because ho was a
'medicine man," but the judgo entertained
an adverso opislon.
Cairo, Illinois, i
Morday tvoning, Sept. 11, 174.
Tbo weok opens with n firm and rather
nctive market in all Its branches. Trices
aro stiff on all kinds of country produce,
and In moit cases aro higher than at our
last issuo. Thoro is a noted scarcity in
grain and corn meal, a steady domand and
no recoipts. Shipmonts to this market of
grain havo been smaller for n week past
than for tbo samo length of time in two
years. Corn is quoted by some heavy
doalera to-day, 6io for mixed and !l0o for
wbito In sacks. Oats ato firm and scarce
at litiOoand corn meal cannot be bought
at 4 00.
BasrOur friunds should bear In mind
that tho prices hero -;iveri aro usually for
sales from first bands in round lots. In
tilling ordors nnd for broken lots It lb
necessary to charge un advance ovor these
Tho demand for low und modium grades
and for strictly choice continues nctlvo
and the movement heavy. Grades abovo
medium and just under cboicn are not
wanted. Prices nro unchunged nil round
and firm, especially on low grades of
which the supply oll'eringjs very small.
Wo nolo Kalua of H00 bbls various grades,
I 00 to o 00 j COO bbls various grades,
3 AO to0 fiO; a00 bbls various grades, .'1 60
toll CO; 000 bbls vurloui grades, 3 60 to
u 00; 200 bbls various grades, 4 fjo to
Tho domand for oholco continues good
and receipts aro all taken on arrival.
Prion nro uuchanued on choico and litllo
doing in low grades tales woro 1 car
choico timothy delivered, !!0 00; 1 car
choico mixed dol., I8V00;1 car prlmo
limothy, del ,18 00, 4 cars prime-timothy,
do'., H 00310 00; 1 car eluic.) timothy
on track, 20 00 , 1 car choico timothy de-
livorod. Ill 00; 1 tar choico cimotby de
livered, 20 60; 1 car go.nl mixed deliv
ered, IH M), 1 car Prnlria dullvowl. n
Itecslpts havo been light and traitac-
lions very small, owing to lack ni u;i
plica. Tho market is firm and pricoi have
an upward tendency. Tha only sales we
havo to report aro o cars mixed In lacks
deliveroi, Hoc ; tears white In sacUs de
Tha market opuns strong with an nc
tlvo Inquiry but none offering. Pricos
nt still nnd tendlnL- to an advmce, clos
ing firm at 6ioC 0 sacked and delivered;
50c In bulk on track. Sals 8 ears In
saiks dollverad, 16c ; 1 car in sarki, de
CO UN MEAL.
Tho market would be fe'rong md attlte
and transactions Urge if there wai any
meal in tnarkot. Buyers waro ollirlng
I 00 to-day, but it il doubtful whether It
could have been bought at that price,
ovon if there ha 1 bean any on the marks t,
aidoalenara inclined to hold for an advance.
Tho demand ii good for wheat bran in
sacks, and quotation! ar t.omlnslly JO 00.
Tbis seerns to bn considered too high a
figure, and pricos will, with Increased re
ceipts, probably go down. Wo nolo s!ti
of 1 car load Hold sarlv) at 10 00; 500
sacks, delivered, nl 2 1 00. ,
Very little choico northern arrives at
this market, but the littlo that doei come
Is taken readily at 28o. Choico Southern
Illinois Hndi a reartv market at 25e. Wo
note salei of 23 packages choice Southern
Illinois at 1 Ck It; tubs oommori to choice
northern at 22 to 27c; 690 Hi medium at
20 to 25c.
i'.eceip'.s for last few days have not
boon up to lav deunuu. t rcsli cgss, in
good condition, nro taken un arrival at
ICC, t)13: Wo note sales of 10 boxes, fid
at 13c; 6 boxes told nt l2jc.
There was an nctive demand for poultry
on Saturday, and the supply (oil short of
the wants t the local trade, and old
chickens woro taken readily nt 3 Q0oj3
Wo note sales of 6 coops yonrg at 2 60;
2 coopi old at 3 25; 4" dorn old nnd
young at 2 00(5)3 00.
Thoro is still considerable inquiry for
raoked meat nnd lard, but nuno in market
Thera is not enough colling to oitablisb
pricos. Tho market has been biro for
DOMESTIC to uit tho t t,.,,, kt
DAN. II A l; I M NS
LO.NfiDALK, the r n, . r - . .
I the only brand or that nai .i nl I u
I per.tard; Front cf Loom, 13 ct U ,r
j Milta XX, 17 ota; lllaeks ,ne in rer
yard. Wo dafy ooini-ftniLii at ti ...
Unbleached Goods at cs in tr. t r
lion. I fttn aho In reieipt i f H largo v ,
of (irru Grained Blbbuns, rt0j
whi-h I will toll ,,t iw Pnct,.
Also n lurgo assortment f I t, lr,,i
Winter Clothing, Gent- I rdrv.ei,r,
Blankets nnd Gorman tjj't (,i ,trid
im befor purcbasing elwi.cr
Schencks Pulmonic Syuui- For tho
oiro of consumption, coughs and ;olds
Tho great virtuo In thii medicine is that it
ripens tho mailer and throws it cut of tho
system, purifies tbo blood, and thus effects
SC'JIKNCKS hA WEED TONIC, I'oR 'IIIE
'.UKK OK DYarr.l'aia, INDlOEsTION, AC
The tonic produces n hoalthy action ol
tho stomach, creating an appetite, (orming
chyle, and curing tho most obslinato case
SciiE.s'LK'a Mandrake Pili.m ion tiie
Cure of Liver Coiii-laint, A:c.
Theso pills nro alterative', and produce
a healthy action of tho liver without Un
leait danger, an they aro free from cal-
I omel, and yet mero effaciou in restoring
a healthy action of tho livor.
Tneio rcmodios nre, n rertaln cum for
Consumption, hi tho Pulmonic Syrup
ripens tho matter and purifies tbo blood.
The Mandrako Pills act upon the liver
creato n healthy bile, nnd remove all dis
eases of tho liver, often a cause
of Consumption. Tbo Sen
Wood Tonic gives totio and
strength to thu stomach, in 11 lies u good
digestion, and enables thu orenns to form
good blood; and thus creates a hoalthy
circulation of healthy blood. Tho corn
bined action of theso medicines, ns thur
oxplainod, will euro every cuso of Con
sumption, it taken in time, and tlm uso of
tbo modiciiioa prrrervej in.
Dr. Scbci.ek Is profiisionr,lly nt hip
principal cilice, corner hiith and Arch
Sts., Philadelphia, every Monday, where
all Ifllti'M for ndvlco must bu nddrestod,
SchoncU'g medicines for snlo by Druggists.
1-0 1-1 m
Tin: barrier uop is on knn corner or
Eighth striiiit and Commercial nvutiu.
wboro J. George Slionhouso with bis gen
tlnmanly assistants enn bo found nl any
hour of tho day or night, ready to sootbo
your feollnga with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper mid head with n good sham
poo. It is n first-clas chop, nnd you aro
sum of receiving tlrst-clnss troatmoni
Ladies' and chlldron'a hnlr cut or curiad
crthe most iipprovedstv 8-16-t
Notice to ti-e 1'rni.ir Tbo now
packing house market in Wilcox's block,
will bo opon Saturday noxt, with fresh
moats nnd now lard, at tbo lowost markot
price. Hows & j3rto,
Steamer Jim Fnk, Pniu at
" City of 'i(kba'g
" Belle Mc-1.1 b M.
Kails IMot M-rr r
" Ste. Oenevie, e, if., r
" Indiana, Si L- 1
" Colorado, V k' ir,
DEI'AK 1 1. ,
Steamer Jim l'ik, Palo, at:
" Olty of Vicks' urtf
" John B. Ma N w
" Ballo Memphis. II t
" Fali Pilot, On,
" Ste'. Gurievi. ve, u .
" Colorado, St. i, u
Boats to Lkavk t . In
Fiik, Paducsh; B. II r, ke, h
Jame Hoaard.New tjr raos, J
t 11 . .
uijj, .ueiiipiiir; nuno Mi ver
leans; Colorado, New - r,rj.
.. ... 11.
P.IVER, WeiTUEI AVI V r . Tt.
Inehes on the gaogo. Lav ng a len
I nr. I, A a ft...l.,A . U - -
MM.iiiK iua urov .ua l h ...
Weather cle.r nnd h
tV alt llr
I I II .
'on h a',
' K it
Eiaiuv He ...
St. I.UUIB . 1,
fl 1-wn . . r... ...
in..-( janta ji j.
muriieu, nuauay, U tu a v.i t t. tl.
ViTf.l i-etrel at e. i. I. r .. .
- .- 1
'kiifKl sho-tly. The w . r t L v.i
tha Wild C.i'ii mu.r,,... ... v... .
p'a'.oJ to-psy. Tbo e.g.ues boner
steam cUst and do.l..r havo u realy bet
r.wiror .It 1. . .... ... 1 ...
, .. . ,M .... 1- . iiuii.:ir
T ia Lida Norval made an ntten.pt ;ete
day to get to tl.a litt.e trading U nt thai
tiouou mil arouna ll.l. n ,.r t in tl.M 11
sis-ippi, butfounl thn water so shallo
tiatsbe nut get to her Inorewaia r'
rair cn tho strout yeslarJay tlm Cap
1'horwrgan intended to leave ht Leu
thia mnrmnCT with II.. I. . . 1...... .1.
-(. ...... .uu w 4.-IU- hi , i
as to to hnvo hor hero f r tba Maion
excursion to Now OrHans .n Novembi
Uu thinks he can bring bur light i
tha urclent water i.'.l fci i.r..l ),. ,
hopes of better water bat, ro Uio day I
for dnnarl urn nolli 1 . a .. .. . . , ...
plar havo tbo Hep b.,o cbartoref lor tl
trip, and will caieh her hero ' v rn,,
Will, P. Walker. Jr, to tako .har,
of the ofllcu of tl.o City f ij. ncy
place of Mr. Dick Penm-n. rnbood
NOTICE IO CON lit AC I'Mts
Soalod propoials, nlUr 'd to tbo ci
council ol thn city or Cairo ui I bo r
ouivod at my ollico, No. ltM tion.ncro
jaj. mo join uny r.i eel t'lnoi r i; i, i
the filling of the following streets, v
(lotnrnencing un ruiuniii Miro.i nt
lutcricctiori with NYaainngtin uietii
....1 ...A.-.lt.... ...... ... ll"... .....
thence on Walnut itrtet to F'rteec
street, thence on Fifteenth atrei v to (. J
s'.reet, thencu on Ccd.ir trem to s ttei n
street, ami ono hundred lout m rn r Ii
in Hixteonth etrcnt. Sail ililini! lo bn
thu following bonis . Twenty-nx feot i
....... .. .- ........j w., .un wji, ni
fcnn,o luwiies rtui'vu ma nignesi Ml
Thu city council reiorvesliu right
reject any or all bid.
M. S. Cox, City Comptioilor
o.vi o.in. 7i
WOOI.OiT.S PAIN IUIN'
I'ures nil kimU ol pulo. For salo by
it incur niio .s.
FINN ND METZ
A DAY CUARANTEE
nnsT. WELL AUCER AN
TrtrTiiiTTiti s d runinftAi..... .