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jvivV ADVBItTISEMEN'rS
If.L.AVlIiLlAMrt,
140, Commercial Avenue.
Ita1vma on har.d a frc1i supply of Nl'rou j
or Laugtlug Gat. l'eetll cxuacted at nil
.
hours, any or t.igni.
THIRD
ANNUAL FAIR
op Tin:
MISSISSIPPI COUNTY
Agricultural &3ieciiinlciii
SOCIETY,
Will be held at
CHARLESTON, MISSOURI
ROMMESCISO TUr?l)AV, PV.Vl 'iil,
asd cpnti tnxo vocu
DAYS.
Railroad running through Charleston will
carry pit cngers round trip hr cue unci our-
mm ire . , ,,
Trml a will leave Cairo , lollon ft
Kerry-boot nil! t,"i.rl!n' "
.an. rtfrd". t'ot" ' "'; ...
Trains leave Charleston lor Clru ulolit
5 p.m. .
3J-Atnp1 a rangimcnt have been made
for tbe BCvommodaiinii i.f 'I''0" c .
dta J. H. BhTtlCNC, Sc y.
Iot the tiewest and fastct-t-seUlcg book, cut,
OCEAN'S bTORY.
Ut F. B. Goodrich l"son ol l'tter Parlor").
lleinarkable toyages, Milpwrfci:, auvcn
tnrrr m1nrllnn. nlmcn. iniltlnia
DaTal cniah U, ud Ul(Uita.Qry ift1i ,ltnl
of uVjI priprp The rotnanco of ""old
n.o.n onil ini tlilrii. of tliinL'X ol Jilt -r-
et anJ vaiuc 0cr S00 il U'trntloi.s and
vcr- low priced S-nd far circular and
mit linerai teniwVu agents; to
VALI.KY l'UHUIrlciINU CO.,
St, Ixiuls or Chicago.
C1NCH0-QUIN1NE
in cut effectual a remalu
FOR FEVER & AGUE
M tbt SalpbiW In Uie same vtilie It nff'ett
IM htaa tti,l more &iai33ic .WI nam r-icjrr.
Snd r ilescxlptlre Cl"ular with Trttlmontoli
ty sxaiw raeicfccM nr trial, 35 rni.
rrjml It UILMNdH, t'LAlV CXJ., Vuufic
trnr.g CttaUu, Howon. Mm.
WABASH COLLEGh
rRAWFORDSVIl.!.R, I.Vl).
Full trro bpgili- fept. V, W. It t-Jan'Iral,
iclcntitlc, prui-aratory 'U.d Kogllsh coU'fcs
ar cxt nhc and thorough, ho KuraltJ
bvc enlarged the number ol Mil It in the
preparatory drpartiuei.t ,o th.t youiu men
in any term may r celvo instruction in Al
Kebra. (iconietrj'. rigvttvtiictry. fcurveli
ChlmUlry. O nnat. B'wk Keeping ami
oth r ftiidio u, ivlly taulit lii th- bci
academic. For turthcr Inforui tl n n nJ
for catalogue lo thu proidint or treasurer.
geo r. ii' -v ellXcoTT
conduct an igpncy fur tho reception 1 nd-vertlm-ntJ
lor America-. Nuinpjirr
tho most loiuploto (H.'iljIi.'lniK iit ol tlif kind
In the ivorJil. .S' v Ujoii-.iihI neu'.jiamvr- m
lcit r.t-ularly o me, open to iii-(.I.. uj
cunomer. Every A 1 1' hhti unit Kit V It I ikt'ii
at tlm home price or th p.vor, wltlimii any
additlo al cliarpc or c""'mlfl n. An a'l
vcrtl,er, In dcallut; with the agency. Unnod
trouhlu and i-orr po dine,, niiVIn- .nt
cull racf limtcn ' ot a dozen, a huti'lri-il or a
liotisiud. A lion o.f i-lglity puKeC cii-nlnliiL-
IMof bet tan. r-. lureen i reu a-
ton, rc'ti;lotn. iirlculmr .), tla. pollil. j1.
ally and country paper?, and all l'V,Vr.r.
et Kline lo air y,,'?Won appll.,!!,!,
n at a IIi.nn' "I'liln tn mae cihi-
or advf'fl' tf any town, tltj,
o , Hate "r t rritory ol Urn Unlu
Sa or ,n5' P'Ttlou o. tho Mum nlnp ol
Ca tli, .'ay nd a coiiil-c statement in
wh I'ej' w-nl, o thr will a eony el
the H'VKiiTihHMK.vT they leilr' inn rtcd.
a.i will receive lntnnmtionliyrpiiirtini.il
which wth enable them to leclil: wlnithcr
to tncrci'o or reduce thu order. For such
I formation Ihcru U no c'lirei'. Ordert arc
taken tor ii slniflu imp r will in for u ll.t :
wra hlniflo dolara- ri'adllv n lor a larai r
sum. Oincci. ('rime Itu IdiiiK),
41 PARK HOW. N. Y.
S5
TO S20
Per day at hnuie. Terms Ircc. A. drcs
OEO, ST1.VSON i CO., 1'ortl.ltid, Mc.
MOST EXTRAORDINARY
Tonn, of Acht-rll-ln ro ouereU lor .Si .
pjoenln thustituo fIJ.f.SOIril .Sunt lor
a II. 1 of pjpen. and M-iiriliilo of rat. . Aw
clre. Oto. J. llOWr.J,LACO.. AiJveru,.
ln iAents, V lNrklt.w, .New Voik.
ltKKEit lo'nu: Knnonof Tun, lM i:n.
S77 -A. WEEK
Guaranteed to mile and lem 1 af-einj-, in
their loealltv. (.o.tM .NuTHINO to try It.
I'anlcuhrj ircc. l: o. vicuKUV a co .
Augh.ta. Me CiT-dAw-lw
If. ht-UA.M r.
c7'n7 hughes,
General Insurance Agent
OKFICK,
Oblo Levco, over MathuB k I'ltlV.
arAon but inf-cnss Gimp'inin
trpreitnita,
INSURANCE.
Ehtablihiied 1S58.
ffnl. Mrris A m
Insuhanck Aoknts,
73 Olio Lcvco, City National llauk
liuilding, Caiho, Ii.ijj.
T.lt oldct . etal.lUtjH.j ARency In Southo
llllnol.. renri-.entlii j.vet
$65 000,000.00.
ICJL! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS CO-,
Takes g't pleHir in iiiiuunelig (
they are now proriarud tn Kuppij ervodv
with lake Ice ol he t cry bel ijualii) , , uu.r j
at their bousea or at the Mon.. urili r
abould b , left at thu otfJce, .S'o ) ohlo
of
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Still Ileal
Socaobodv to take from uu iboiltAiid lull
heads, goutl paper and flnily printed, tor
Ntittcint. tt.
One thousand stattfmcnta nrlulcd nt The
IlCLLKTIN ofllco for 9.1.&U to V CO.
". ' . "Soiti'uVfui.
. . , - - -
()nn t1,rtlltin1 ,iMn lionrU r,rlnnl nl Tme
TloiXKTIflDccoryi.pO; two thousand lor
CnrrJa.
One t'iouainl bustiics. card, fine Bristol
board. printed nt'iJlK Bulletin, office tor
from TiMt to gu uu, moo mini.' wn?n,
FRIDAY, SKI'T. 18, 1874,
Greo.t Bargains !
DOMESTICS,
TO SUIT Till: TIMES, AT
DAE. UAUTMaN'S
LONSDALE,
The onl orluliialniid the only brtud of that
iuuic, ut 12J cl cr jnf; I'lUJiT ol'
LOOM, 1.1 Wn il.-f'lTA -V.V, 17 f I
III.ACK.H I'D.N'K, IIJoliilorvr.l. H l IIVI) I
U sm.U.xcttiiit novo ut vrUn In nro-1
PJrnmul-. Hi rccclrt or n lire Imolro ol
Ol'iUa tlllAIN Itlliltu.s?. u"orttd color r.
which 1 will cll at nai.lo tnc
isn, niar c nvnrinvnt oi i.tiinnn winter
ri.oTiiiNo, ui:n is' tmiuhwh
Bl,AMr.T8nuuOi:r..MAN QUI .Ta. Call
Uh. Jknkm.e Cftn bu found at bit
dentil parlors on Kightli struct at till
hours, lltt of referf ncol given as to pro.
ftftttonnl ability.
The .St. (.'iiaiiles IIoTEL has a fow
vury dutirnblo rooms still left, which will
bj let on gocd torrns to etosdy bourdeis
0-1 Mf
Covnks oynor a. p,t uLd rettaurant
Oysters in tbn ,hell and can, freth very
day, at Vhil Saup's old stand, between
Sixth and riavorith elreuti, Cairo, 111.
Max Klkiisk, the organ builder, is
rcvly at any, Um tu tunu anil repai
planes and . rnsly.dni.i. T i m.,y f
iru.t four inttrummls to bit earn: iu
will not bo decivad
At U.iitr
Aoai.v. Judire Mulkey re
turnel )c'.erdiy morning from Jooei
born, whuro h has imn attndlng the
Cnii.n county circuit court, upon impor-!
tant butinei.
I'ahtiks dfitiring to l.nvo iheir pianos
nnd na-.oddt. unad, repairel an
tun oil, tho.i'd trust them to M. IV
Kuebne, corner Thirteenth and Walnut
clrceti. Jle Is 4.li) molt competent man
in Cairn,
Weiiuhco' Uk r.i'tiow. Tho nxt"io.
cll uvtr.t" in t'ntro will bo this reception
UnJured by'thu St.'Ohfrles toclal club to
.Mr and Mrs. C. M. IIowo. Tho'ed'air.
will tak placo at the bt. Charlei on Tues
day,' th 27th Inn.
l!uoi!a To Ut.-.T r.
of I'uplar and Twelfth stroots, near Tit
Ui'LLCTlN offii; ba xevural comfortable
room, to rent, i' Iard. Mr. Slowart
lirO(kd -"'OAf beat tables m jL'airo
. lur prio nro reasonuhlii, .
I'NtoJf County Bonim. Tho city
ooiinoil of Jonmburo held n inolin(,
niKht and ordrd tho liO.OOo bonds, tln.t
had been votod to tho Cairo imd St. hnuis
narrow kbuo railroad, turned over tt the
representatives f that company.
I'KOPOSAf.s WA.NTKU.-IV.ipoStls Will b
recoivod until Wodnreday next, i3d jn,t.,
for tho e'actlon df n brick building at th6
cornor of FourtMinth stroet and Cormnor.
cbil iivo. l'lan and ipeciflmlions na ex
amination on tho preinmer
iW-UM ,. I'. FlTOEItALIi.
TnotT. Harry Walker, of tho Del
moulcp JiotelHd .'on exhibition yeiter
dy a'Macktoaw.trotit that1 weighed olght
oen pounds drassed. Thit huge fish will
be Uuflad with oyttorn and terved to tbn
guoils of tbo I;eltnonico for dinner to-
Jav.
Ilinn'st Cocht. Charlw Wilklns. col.
ored, wat arretted yesterday by l'oliw'-
men tjiieolmn and Wootin lor aacuulliri
h miall boy nnmcl .leirerton Black. Bird
i.fd a flnu of t&.CO and cents total,
i'J&0. Ho wnt sent f McCarthy to do
urvice on the strnctl for flvo days
(Jmtinu W,tti.. Clmrles Kolly, h,o'
was to badly cut at L. lilts n f..w wei ke
inco, is recovering slowly. Tho doeti.r
ys that bu will hj11 throur,h all right
The man wb did the cuttuiL. ifr.nV
r!ketlo, fld und ha. uot tiuce bcn Imatd
.
hEittaADE. Tho people .f Jonosbort.
tendered tbu Hon. Wm. Haruoll a com
plimenlary ser.nade, nt bis hotel, on
v euri9uay ovening. 'J'herr was mi inf.
mense crowd protunt. Mr. HarlZhl) ,nade
"uur speecn, ami wa rollnwd by
tl 111 II ii t
ji.m. .u. uroun, ol Uairo, in a brief
nuilroii.
f'vii.W 1 1 , . I , l.- -r v ,
. ... ... wwv.-ii viniiu UUBT l
still in testlon. Nothing but cnaiinal
casus win uo laKiin up. "Iho fato ol
Thomas Lenta for tho murder of Fyumaiu
Hughes, has bei-ti on trial for throo cays
ana wai suumltled to tho jury at 10
or-lcck juttorday morning, and no vordict
returni'd up to three p. in.
PitKI'iuivu imh WlNTCa-.i.argo cjuan
titios nl wood aro being brought lnu, ihn
c ty daily thirty iord probably bi ir'ig
tba average. Ptjces rang from tbn.e lu
four dullan per cord. Than. i ;,0 l4
plentiful tupply of bean polei, xhlcb urn
told to coupon for one.halrto two-Uurtis
ceuti tsxh.
F:co.miMv Tbe dettruction of com and
other grain I y graiibopprs and other
furious ammali, will cuum many fartilllcs
In the West to isrefully tu.l nd prao
tife mot rigid euonomy In tbn oropara.
Hon of food; onoof Ihe-Crs;, io'fact thu
most Importntt point is in having rn
rate Conk Stove, Oat Cbarlor Oak
and ball the battle It won.
Tun Qaiho anii Sr. lyjuis JUilroad.
-"-Jonetboro has paid to tbit road 126,000
tbo- bonds duo to It. This payment
will c'nrblo Iho torapa r to rellciVS'tbo
iroo In bond at this city, and wo bollevo
wo tony promlie our citizens that williln
u iW weeks track-hying will commonco
at this point, and that will In a lew
month) tbo road will bo Ann hoi.
- - LARGE STOCK
OK
UJ'.NTS' FURNtSUING CO0DS
Received yeslesday by
A. MARX, TflE CLOTHIER.
They will bo .old very lo. Cull and
examlno..
Don't fall to call nnd touthoso Hat con
formltors 'nl A. Marx'a lomothtng new,
worthy it a visit lo. so.
A Cnitv 1'altkk A demented wi-
man has boon waudotlug comldorably
about tbn Fourth nnd Fifth wards for
week or. two pact. Yesterday morning
hor case was louked into by City 1'hysl
cian Wnrdnor. Tho woman informed
bim that sho hallod from Blwomflell, Mo
that bar butbanJ was kilied tn tho war
sine, which tlma sho has been out St her
right mind, and llrlftfc on tho County
form, uf wbleu J) loom an J Is tbo cull illy
Tin nuintu Iti.l ..ollnn hnn....
Irfu tired of keonlnc nor, wont to Dixter
U'ld''n'"le """fi""'" conductor
to bring tbo woman to Cairo.
OYSTERS.
OYSTERS.
Harry
Walker Is roccivicg oyster
every other day by cxprctt, direct from
Baltimore.
Harry bat received tho agency from
ono of tbo largest nyttor homes in Haiti-
tnoro, nnd will cuarantoe every can ho
tollc,
Will alto tervo tbrm up In the belt
tyle, from tho bett cook In Cairo, the
well-known Henry Myers.
Open day and night.
'-'37.0-10 HAitnr Walk Kit
Txr.sbNAi.. 1'. II. Pope, K,q, returno'd
to tbe city ytiturd.y atlernoon, after a
long vitit to Now York and VYUcoruin.
Cspt. W. A. K.-zsr, of 3t. I.ouio, li
at th .Si. Cliarli
Mr. (i j irgo O chm an 1 family Ml
last eveaio o; th- nm- N tiHrlllt, for
Cincinnati.
iir. licLael J,Tnou. f Unity pre
cinct, will ba in tiiu city this and a part
of next ww:k. sliccdloc cAurt.
J mei Morri,, Cape Oirardu, landed
at th. Kt. Charles yesierday raurnir.g, with
grip-tack in tand. H will probably not
remain longer than tblt morning.
Hon. W. Hartze!), oppu,ilion candi
dal!! f.ir congres of thit ditirlct; Col.
Winston and K. V.. Albright, catididsUs
for reproiontalivos ; H F Potter.'" Mound
Oily; Judgu daon, l'ulockl county, and
W. H (Jren, of this city, were puien
gers on yutterJry evening's Control train.
.United Stains Senator John A. I.ogan
wai at tho St. Chirles ynterday and last
nii;i.. .ur. .uv Cairo ana Vin.
cenms railroad tit tlvu o'clock thia morn'
Inp fur Vienna, to attend Iho reunion of
th'u Tblrty-flrit IliinnU in fori try, 1 el J
ri giment.
Hotel Aiirivals. Delmonlco W II
lingtworlh, Chicago; H Bampondell, Me
tropolii; il lVlAolnnabn, MMr .pulls; .1
W Johnton. CalodonU; V JI Kldridg",
Now York; J Hood, Oolconda; J 11
Kijheo, Waco, Texm; .Motat (iralmn,
Barnard landing, Ark; II W Wiltna,
I-ofttn county JCy; Jl C Uuilung, Mu-
knoda, III; A B lornliuciin, Mnkanda, III;
Jamet Clark, I 0 R It, .John Shorer, Bal
timore; Wm Rrnest, Loulsvilli", Ky; II
Well, Baton Bongo; Oe0rg Conrad. Now
Orleani; .John T Uttaer. Jiiison Tnnn
St. Charles Hntol I) II .Moran, St
Louis; 0 K Palmer, l'itttburgj It C
Flournay, Paducah; B Zick, Curitralia:
James Morrlj, Cape Uirardeati ; Mrs Cora
hntlorand two cbilaron, Otp. (lirsrdeau;
Min I la (ireen, do; Chat Howard, du
ll C Senior, Trenton, Tannento; Jcno
Spmilding, Blovmington ; O U Luitor, St
houii ; l raiik Dsbreo, Chicago; Thos .1
Ward, Benton; SK Alb.-ow, Tctcsrora,
111; K Taylor, St I,oult ; Win B Km.
Tonn; .1 W Shearer, New Orleans; V
W Morris, Min ; U W I'ennitton, St
Louis.
I.o.iAS atiiik Cotur-Hoi-bK Sknatur
I.ogan addrojsoJ tpontanoout meeting
last nlf'ht at tho court-houto. Nolwitn-
ihujius mu laci mai only n jvw hours
notico of tho meeting bad been ;;lvon, tbo
bwuto at crowded. Tho senator began
by an elaborate ozordlum on tbn morluv
lot thu politics of tbo republican party,
and glided olf Into a defanio of ihu civil
,,in- "e then took up tbo flnan.
cii fiuetimn, ana rnTiow.i it with
groat elaboration, claiming that
i . .
mo rop'iblloan party nur., unan
Imouily oppoied to r. rjoo.l re-
sumpiinn n specie psyujBnt jroI11
urjuci uo panal Into H diicutilon of
.uiri at tbn south, and claimed that tho
tenn revolution was a Umocratli. rebel.
linn. Thi. ,.r i
' i- speccn WltS OX.
crsmngiy tiltnr, and a mol of dunuiicl
amry eioijuiince Thon, with a llouriih
..t ..t
cuiuKy upon tbo honesty of
thu lUiical party he patted Into
n very pretly perforation, In whleh bo
luea nut tho I) mocratlc ve.tol
"all tattered and torn," wat out upon
a siormy na, the K.Tul,licun ship in R
aitnulil,, libv.,rt B.i, I .1....
....,,, ,, . ,,r ii rniapsuit n.;
iMi-nre amid lnud applauiu. 'o ba,M
nnttlriio to ill.nj. his speech tblt morn.
mg oui win tato an early norsslou to
show It, wcnkneiies ana mnaifest un
fairnesi. J.UMIIKH SlILI. (ii.INd I)(iw.V.Aii wo
uru di turmlnod lo clotu out our stock
P'-'dlly, preparatory tu winding tip Ihu-Ini-i.,
wi. will oll all kind, of lumber at
two dollar, p-r thoumnd U. titan mar
kiilprbv... A larg..,Itr lath and ftovo
w-j.i.1 -n I an i whu, w,n b(J ,oU fct c,ir
retpondiugly JJW rates.
2.'j.0.tf wall it Kn-r.
CIRCUIT COURT.
l'WO OASES ON TJltA.Ii.
Daniel hbav, a rivor onglnoor, vas
tried upon his ploa of njt guilty uf forc
ing hla wty into tho room ol Minerva
Uuiloy and appropriating her toady
money. ir.o evuenco shonod tuai on iuo
day in (jucttlon bo bad drawn money
Irom the steamer McComb, nt about noon,
and tlartcd out to sea the boyt. By H
o'clock p m. lind moro an board than bo
otiuld carry with tafuly, and started for
n harbor of roil, but ca t bit anchor In
tho wrong place. He bad
been absent soma dayi, una In
Ibftneantimo hit frionds bod
moved to other nuartort nnd Mill
Mlnrrva had moved In. Whon Shay
wont to the room the door wai wide open
and a li'lit burnlnc, Ho thought ho
would Ho dow.i nnd take a rctt until ths
folks returned. MIm Minerva
camn to tho room to rollre
for tho night, and did not pcrcelro any
thing wrong until she beard a nolin und'.r
tho beil, when sho jumped up and ran
down ttalrs to notify the olhor occupants
of the houte, who took a survey of tho
Mutation, anil called in tbo ofllccrs of tbo
law. Daniel was taken boforo Judg
Ilroft and bound over to tlio circuit court
tho fair Minerva claiming that she was
linn ten dollar. Tbo evidence Leforo
tho circuit court was wholly in favor of
tho prisoner. A large number of our bcit
cltt. mi testified to lis provloui good
habits, etc. Acting b'tato's Attorney II.
Walton Webb stated to tbo Jury, al the
conclusion of tbu tcttimony, that bo
thought tbe mas innocent of tho crime of
burglary, and hoped that thoy would re
turn a verdict of not guilty beforo leav
ing their teats, which they did. Mr.
Wheeler wat a'torney for tbe defense.
Bunjtmin Krant (colored) was tried
lor stealing twenty dollars from Jamet
Parker. Tbn cum wai well handled by
II. Walton Webb, for tho people, and I)
T. Llnegar, Kq., f,r tho prisoner. ThiJTvalk on the north side of 6evnlh ttroe'
caiouu given to the Jury at 0.30 p in.,
but up to 8 30 they bad not reported to
tho court. - -
This Illinois Central IUiluoau
Important CnsKoit. Tbo Cblcsgo
Trlbunn.oftbl3tni,.it., tayt: Bumors
f important channel in the management
of the Illinois Uentral Kailruad hare been
prevni ing in llii city during tbe last fw
dayi, bu; nolbing of advtlniie nature
Cj-ld bs elic.lod. Yeuerday II lakod
out th .". al a meeting of tbe Director! of
thit ruv! held in New York, latt Friday,
Mr Wilton G. Hunt of New Yurfc. wat
olscted Pretident in place of John New
ell, the pretest incumbent. As Mr.
Uunt's roiidence is in New York, and Itu
an impottibiiiiy for him to move to thu
ci y to manage the road in person, as Mr.
Newell has done, Mr. Jamet C. CU'k,
lately goneral manager of tbo Krie rail
road, bos been appointed general manigor
of tho Illinois Central. Mr. Clare is
l id to h a gentleman of Considerable
executive ability, and a tnoit ablo railroad
man. Us has .managed tho affaln of the
I-rte durir.g-tho past low years witlj roat
luccct!. He Lai au tern on the Baiti
more and Ohio railroad, and front 1J57 to
18'jO, he wat general tupcrlnlendent of
ivi ...a-l,an l it therefore wll acquainted
with it. i,!Uir. Mr. J M. Douglas, form
erly protldont of tbi road, and nt preient
general solicitor, is said to havo been do
signaled at acting president.
" There woro alto rumors at to changts
in tho other dfpartmonti, but nolhin
definite could b learned. It wat said
that .Mr. A. Mitchell, tbe general super
intendent, would give way to Mr. Jclopb
Tuc.or, tho gonoral freight agent, but this
report was denied by Mecsri'Douglat and
Nowell, both of them claiming that no
other changes would be made at preiint.
hat rained this change of the raanazo-
ment could not bo definitely learned, as
the officials of tho rosd aro very roticent
about the matter, but II it atcertainod lu
rallrnal circlet that it it a victory of the
American parly, under tbo leadership of
Otbwrn, nvor tho hnglith, under tbo load
erthip or Nowoll. Mr. J. O. Clark, tho
new genoral rnanagi-r, arrived in tbo city
yciurday, and took cbargo of tho airalrt
of tbe road. Mr. Nowell has alio retired
Irom thu rocelvurthip of tho Toludo,
reorla ur.cl Wartaw railroad, nnd Mr
Clar has bsen appointed In bit Head.
TbH following directon woro re-declcd
at tbe meating lait Friday : Xf. II. Gi.b-
gUrcM xh
0T,r: j. p
naru, i son ( Uunt, and Jonathan
do fIo-rlng director! hold
ver: J. Piorpont Morcan. Lou.s A
Vvbn Hoffman, J.ihn Newell, William
jra y, w. II. Utborn, h. V. F. lUndolp.
i.urun tiuon, (Joorgo I'oliis. and W. K
Ackerman. The governor of Illinois It,
oceoruipg to ivr, ex-ofupio director
(JllAto
club will
Hall. Tho Carroll bate bal
give ii crand social hon al
Wheels hall, 'luetday uvonlng, Heptom
ber'J'Jib. The boys propoto making thia
one of the m.t piosiant airairs of tho
sa.in. The right kind of young men
aro ut tbo bead or tho affair, and wo hepo
thi'ir bighci expcctatloni may bo real
ized. Tbo following aro tho comraittco of ar
rangement. Thomas Welch, AVilliam
roomny, John Campbell, K. F. Ollnas,
Floor inansg.!Pbil, Howard and
James Carroll,
'Jl l.y.lc'.ivl" 1,xhuv' uPui t Nino.
Kxouwi-ojf TiLi;E1aon and after
Septornber 'JUth ,-I(.urMon tickets to
I..ml.villo and C,r.,-innall, will bo told
by tho Cairo ar.j Vincunno. r.ll,n.,i
uitanc'c to the
1 f 'Hewing rates, good tu
T 1 Loiilivitl II Kfl ii rat mu
wciouer Jrd : T , I.,,,,!..-!!! ,
114.10; toCin Inmtiand return. $16 85.
I hi-above ini-ludr, licW.t lnl() lb H.
po'ition tall. T,,Kot, ror n, t.
2sral cllko and nt tho Anchor Line
ffUcc, 71 Ohlola'vpV
N,""'B lu TI'K PlJIILlr Tbo nnw
packinK 1(,UIW ,nKtU(ii j,, Wilcox's blnck,
wl" b. 1 1 1 ,, Saturday nuxt, With frocli
'Hi ni.
''w iar J, at tlm low nit miirket
prlco.
Howk i Bito.
2lo.U..1.1ui.
4 CITY COUNCIL.
Fpcelal rhcctltu of the ';lty Council called
uy ti.i' uayor.j
Couwcit. CllAMnKi-.. Uaiho 1m.,
Sept, 10th, 167J. ,7.30 V M
Tbo mayor being abtont, tho mooting
was called to order liv Alderman lu-
Ewen.
Inn roll being callSd, tbo fjiijwiti;
4
nuniud guntlemeu antwored to tbuir muin
Aldorraen Hnlllday, McKwen, Saup,'Thit
lUuood, Walder and Wright tf.
TT.lfl'OI'.AHY cnAtanfAX. (
Oa motion of Aldnrman MoRwen, Al
derman Hatliday was appointed temporary
chairman.
OlILECT.
Tbo chair ttited t'uat '.ho object of
tho meeting wat for tbo purpote ol tr.king
action on proposals for sidewalks nnd
filling, and for tho transaction cf general
biitinets.
I'lCTITION.
l'o.ltlon of J. M. l'hllllp-, K. W. Miller,
It. 1'. ltobblns, and othors, wat road, rep
rcsontlng that Sixth street It ono of tho
principal crott ttreots In tho oily, and mat
travel tbercon li incrcniing daily, but
that during n largo portion of tho year
said ttreot between YVashlnelon avenue
and Walnut itrccts is impaitablo, by rea
son ot eipo water. In consideration tf
the facts, thoy Ibereforo oarnuttly reuuit
th council to catlio said street t he tilled
boiuteii taw Wsiljlngton aveouo and
Walnut ttrect. s ' 1
On motion of Alderman McHwVoald
petition was refarrod to tho cotnmitleo on
slreuta.
rtlOlVSAI.S FOR THE CONiiTULlTIOX OX
f IIICWA1.1.H.
In antwer to tbo advertisement of tho
city clurk for propota'.t tor tho conslruc-
tli 'n of a brkk sidowallr, on tbn north
tide of Seventh street, from Washington
avenuo to Walnut ttreet, tbe following
proposal was receive! and opened by the
clerk :
Of Jamo.t Kennedy, tj furnish all
mslcriali and oon Cruet ibn brick sidi
between Washington avnnuo and Walnut
street, undar tho provisions and require
mentsof orutnanco Wo. St. rr tbo sum
of (95) nlnety-flva cants pr linoal foot,
and alto proposing to construct the brick
sidewalk on toulb tld of same ttrtvt bi
, tw(cn vMbinqton atiu, Mil WalnJt
ttreet (should
conitrucl said
ibo council di-Iro
walk) at tame prico
abnvo let forth.
On motion of Alderman Wright, said
propotal was referred to the committee on
etreots. t
Alderman Neilis appoirwl in hit teat.
rr.nr'oi.ii.s von riLi.i.vo.
Tho followint; proposals for filling cer
tain pmiuniol Fourteenth, Walnut, Fif
toentb, CVJir and Sixteenth strMeti, in an
swert" notice of city comptroller, were
re:eived and oponed by the !erk, viz
Of Wm. II. Itoaves, proposinij to do
Haii filling at 75 cen'c per cubic yard ; of
Wm. Dailey, to ittrriuh tail filling for
f0c per cubic ya'U ; of Jamet Ross, to fill
Fourteenth street, from Waihlngton ave
nue in Walnut strtet, for 05c per cubic
yard ; uf -Julius Serbian, to furniih said
tilling for Ibo per i-uliiu yards, cf Jacob
Lattnor, to furniih ir.VJ filling for i'Jc per
cabic yard, in scrip, or 3le in csib : of
Jainon Itynn, to furniih said filling for
1:0 per cubic yard ; of John .Sackberger,
to furniih said filling for 4-c per cubic
yard ; of C. W. Whoeler A Co., to fur
nlth said filling for 39: per cubic yard ;
of Thorns! Meehan, to furniih laid filling
for 405 per cubic yard, and of Patrick
Corcoran, to furniih laid tlllinir for "ic
per cubic yard.
On motion of Aldurincn Wright, raid
propoials wero roferred to tbo committee
on ttreett.
On motion of.'AMermab Siup, tbo
council adjourned
Will K. Hawkinu, City Clerk.
MciiENCK'a Pulmonic tJvuui- For tbu,
euro uf consump.lion, coughs and colja.
Tbo great virtuuin this medicine ii that it
ripons tho matter and throws il cat of thu
system, purifies tho blood, nnd thus (U'eas
a cure. ' .
eCUKKCK'sajlX W;Er.DS.TOHlL', Volt TUB
b'UKIS or UrbrKlTSI A,'IND1UE3T1U.N, J'.,
The topic produces a healthy action ci
mu siomacn, creating an appenio, lorming
cbylo, nnd curing tbu most obstiuato casus
of indigeition.
Sciibm k's Mamjrake Pills ton the
CllUE OF IIVKK CoHl'I.AI.NT, Ac.
Thcto pills nro alterative, and produco
a healthy action of thu liver without tho
least danger, as thoy aro frco from cnl
omol, and yet rnoro ofiaclou in restoring
a healthy action of tho liver.
Thetu remedies aro a certain burn for
Consumption, at tho Pulmonic Syrup
ripens tbo matter and purifies tho blood.
Tho Mandrake Pills act upon tho liver
create a healthy bilo, and remove all di-
eates or tbo liver, often a cauto
of Consumption. Tho rita
Wood Tonic gives tone uud
strength to the ttoraacb, makes n good
digestion, and enables tho organs to form
good blood; and thus creates a hcrdthy
circulation of healthy blood. Tho com
bined action of them medicines, as thus
oxplalned, will euro ovury cuso of Con
sumption, if taken in tlmo, nnd tho uio of
tho medicines preserved in,
Dr. Ncber.ck Is prufcsilonnlly nt his
principal olQcv, corner hiith and Arch
Mts., Philadelphia, every Monday, whero
all lotion fur advice mutt be nddraujiL
Scbunck's medicines for imlo by Drugglttt.
l-'J l-l m
Joe KoNKKMi It now In full coritol rif
tbo Washington bakery, and liavint:
learned the wants of tho public, is pre
pared to supply on call all -demands for
Pronch loaf, Boston, Brown and Graham
bicad, and nvorythlng clto ordinarily
found In n llnt-clait bakery. Uo main
tains a full stcck nf t'oiifeoilonerioji, and
can, ns well as any other denlgr In Iho
city, fill all ordors in that line.
Cakes bakod, frottod or ornamented on
short notico. hpeci&i alteutiou given to
tho orders of wedding or picnic piirtjos.
JVJl-ti 1
23"a,ja.)QiXj?:f3ixx3GJi3 laoo.
TI i
PHIL H.
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CONPEC-
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
THE TRADE
Do not buy oM oaiulics, that havo been kept over tho
summer ami aro atale, claiming nomo manutacturo. Also
see to vour weight. Every box ought to contain five iioumla
net, or 0 ounces over live pounds.
Corner 3th St. and
The Only Place in the City whoro You
COMMERCIAL.
l'Air. lt.iiNoiv
Thurtday tvonlng, Hept. 17, 1174
.
Tin woatbtr for the latt two days hat
been decidedly fallitb. "lo-day has bn
clear, mol and pleatatil, but we may now
look fur warm weather again.
The rivr contl u falling, but thrf is
a goed staee of water to New Orisons
Tbe market it in n heollby condition
and firm ail roub'!. Not enough grain
coiitos in to -upply the demand, and pricet
generally bate an upward tendency. Re
ceipts of choir-it butter and freih eggt are
taken on arrival at outsilo n .ottliont
Tli apple market thews signt ot Improve-
mnt, tho provliion marott ii hsrr,
and pilcut trod up.
Th most activity at present itdiipliyr-d
in the llour market, and Cairo is evidntly
doing hor full sbare of business in tbi.
lint. Choice grades aro quint and neg
lected, tho demand being principally lor
grades ranging at ?'i 00 and under; on
thete, prie arj f.nu and tho feeling
t;ro.
T5IF. MAP.KKT.
6"'); frinnili thould bear in iniinl I
that t pru'ea here uiven nro iiMially for
iih-t fr.,m Urst hand in round lot. In
tilling i-rJur, and for broken lot, it l
ni i'isary la charge an advance over tln.ee
ngurfi.-tirt
fi-o;;p..
Ibo tlour market ii active i.nd firm
The demand continues to ran to lot;
grodm, tuppliet of which are scarce and
prices sl.-ady and firm, with a litltt up
ward tendency, if any change in p rices .
Choioj flonr remaiot q'liat and unchanged.
Fancy is quo tod 0 00(J 10, odUlde flgurii
round lots. Wo not- tales of -100 bbls
choica XX.X, 00); 'JoO bbls various
zraloi i -') to C "0, tJ bbls variout
grade!, 5 lo C M; IW bbls cboioe, 6 00;
300 bbls various graJm, ! 0'J to 0 00; 300
bbls various grade, pirt of it now pro
cess, -l 00 y 60; 000 bb!i Various
gradet, 4 OO'To 0 OO.
11 A V .
P.eeeipu of hit '.bree days alt told have
been but sleven'car loadi. I'.trt of these
found ready isle from lira; hands at quo.
laliunt, and tbe balance wat used in filling
orders, and for tbo iucal trade. Hslti, 1
car choice mixed dcliverad, 19 00; 2 can
J'raiiif, del, J3 SO; 2 can choice mi red
del, IS 0i ly 00; 1 car cbeioo mi ted
del, 20, (rU.
CORN.
Roeeipti aro light; insrk l firn and
still ton ling upward; imxel quoted at
S'fHOcj whlto, t5c, tacked ar.d delivered
Hairs were I cart mixed in sscki, deliverod,
tl 8J:; 1 car mixed In tacki, ileiivorml.
0(X;; ti cars white, In bulk, on tra' k, 8io;
1 car white in bulk, on track, bjv, 2 can
while In lacks, delivered, 'J9c.
OATS.
Tbe demand it steady, and price are
tlighlly higher; receipts are ibert, and
tho market tcantlly supplied Sales were
1 car In satkt delivered, 37c; 'J cin in
tacki, delivered. G'J -, 1 can in tackile
livnred, C0r2,57c; U care in bulk, on track,
at Sic.
CORN MEAL
There Is none In thu market, and we
have no sale to report, the city millt are
niklng 4 liSto-day. Tho demind is small,
and choice brands aro quoted at 1 00 on
tho levoe. '
BRAN.
Thqro.ii nono ollerln, and only a lim
ited Icqulry. Quotations by tbo mills to
day were 20 OOf'Jl 00, tackd and dillv
erod, BUTTKR.
Tho market it haro. Prices ura firm
and demand active. Cbolco Northorn
finds ready salo at 3o: ; riouthern Iilnols
l!S'J8c. Wo note sales oi 300 lbs North-e-n
2C(i'J8cj 200 .bt choico -outhern Illi.
noli -8c; l' pugt cbolco Northern
SOe.
E(i(i3.
Receipt! are light and demand good.
All thai came in yesterday found ready
talent 13 to Hi.', s&lei wore '200 doxen
freth 13s; 200 dozen fretb lCc; 10 box 01
froth IMi,ir,o.
CHICKENS.
xne demand lor the local trade con-
tumei nil receipts. Choico old hem are
quoted 3 '.'5:i 6U. Young chicitont 2
CO, AVn uoto salen oi) Dozeu mlxod
i! 00(u).'l CO ; i coopi old and young li 20
(23 25 ; ti coopH young 22 oO'
PUOV1SIONS.
S nokod ti call and pi ik aro tcurco and
hclite; bM-on is very ttlrl' and prices
lend up. No supplies of moats or lard on
tho market. We nolo sales of 3,001 fbi
tugar-tlirod, canvated hams at iri6c;
2,000 lli tilar tldte at lie; 2,00 ibt
shoulders at lik, I tierces lard at 17c.
FltCIT.
. Tbo market for choice shipping applet
has taken n more healthy one, and there
is somo iuquiry at 2 00 j,3 00 per bbl,
Liberal receipt", however, would over
stock tbn market. We note ta es'of 1,000
lbs grapes at 3 1 j boxes peaches at
30 to BOc; k bbls cbo!co shipping apples
at 2 CO; 10 bill gjod at 1 CO to 2 CO.
! i IIIIU ill
SAXJP
Remember the place
Washington Av.
can get a Complete Assortment.
NOTICE
Illinoi Centhal It. R. lit ., 1
A' ENT OrricK, Cairo, Kept. II, 1871
To persons wishing to attend tbo Illi
nois Mlate fair, to bo held at Peoria frm
ftepii.'injbcr 1 Ith to September lbih, we
will fell tlcketi lo F.I Paki and return fur
ill 10. Salo of tickets will be diner,
IIuuihI nt) tho Kill 'Iickets good t re
turn until the 2lct, inclusive;.
23U0.I3-31 JaMXn Ji)llM.cjl, Ak-erit
THE liuri-er suup 11 on r.e corner 1
Klghth stroet and Commercial nveuuo
wbere J. (ieorge Stienboute with his gen
tlemanly atilttant can be found at any
hour of the day or night, readv to sc.lfie
your feollugt with a smooth shave, or cool
jour temper and head with a good sham
poo. It it a first-clarr thop, and you are
turn of receiving firit-claii treatment
Ladies and children's hair cut or cjrlod
erthn ti 1 1 ; f i
NOTICE.
R Co 1
Aoe.it'8 OfricE, Caiko, Spt. 14, lb'4
To peitoni wtthlng to attend the I'm n
county fair, to be held at Jonotbori from
.September 15lb to feptember Ihth, w
will tell excuriliiti Itckoln to Anna an 1
return at ot.e and one-fifth fare. Saie of
ticket will commence un tbe 15lh and
discontinue 011 the lOih. Tickets gf n to
return until iho 20th, inclunlve.
23-?-16.3t .Iaih Joiinoow, Agent
How to dr.r Stamixa - n Tramit
nnd strung nervous tyitein are r . t the jI
ot all. But tbe feeble nw-d n t de ;ar
By adopting the right mean ttoy may
live as long arid enjoy life ai tnuch as
their mora rubutt neighbor!. Pbytieal in
vlgor.tion 1, however, nerenary to tblt
end ; ar.d wbllo iho rpirltnu tool', and
nervinet usually admitted, v ntual y de
press both boily and mind. l)r J Wo.ktr e
California Bitten invariably supp y new
vigor to tho frame, while they regu ato
v-y dicurdered fuULlion.
'J-lfj-1 and in 4 w.
ST. hOb'KS UNIVERSITY
TUB FORTY-FIFTH ANMAL
SBSSION of Sladki lit tho
ST. LOUIS UN IV Hits IT Y
Will begin on
MONDAY, .SF.PILMIiLU 7IH, 1S71.
For Protpectui, giving torrm, mstruc
tioni to parenti, ice, Sec , aj j y to or
addrcrs
REV. JOS. O. ZEALAND, 8 J ,
President
St Ixmis University, St. Louis, Mo.
l-7.27.i!k:w.lm
NEW MJMBKR YARD.
con. skvknti:enth kt. and com-
.MEItCIAL AYE.
Tbo tuulcmlgned halng eMablltbtd a
new lumber yard In connc. tlon w.th tat.,r
tiwmlll, are prepared lo furmth all kind, of
building material, ouch ai
PINE, CYPRESS, POPLAR
And A1.I1 rioonni:. fldlni;. ','cl mc
'pi-MJI iittcntliiu . tilled to our
f A.tfM.
boat, a411n i Agrliultiira Implement
.Matt-ilal, whb h will he fiiniished n i-boit
notice in UrifH or fcinall quuii.lliea.
A lnrg flu k or clii a I11111I1 r on hand at
our mill, uhli li will l,e mhiI at t n iw iier
th iihaml in carload lot Aim utli and
thiiiglua ftirubhed ill .my quantity.
'.'MAI. I.ANC'yllilhl; ,t Co.
Ca liro.il., Auguoi 1, lh'l b-'Wm
J Q. HARMAN &. CO.
IRaEJj&.ILi Esta TE
AND
HOUSE AGENT,
U0LLKCTUHS,
fjoNVKYANci:ns,;
NOTARIES I'UU LICS
And Lam Aajtiteof the IUInoIn Central and
BurltirgWn d Missouri B. It. Con.
Nortli Cor. Sixth atrJ Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO. ILLS.
C. WINSTON CO.
R al Estate Agents
AUCTIONEERS,
71 Ohio Lxvek, (Second Floor,)
CAIRO. ILL.
Buy and Sell REAL ESTATE. Pay TAXES
FurnUhea Abtracte of Title.
PiTLand C'omml'-iloner.
WUULCTi PAIiN PAINT
Cm ci all klndt nt paint. For sale by
BAHCLiY II (U .S.
FINN AND MKTZ

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