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OA1KO, EVAN3VILLK, INDIAN
AI'OLIB, UINOINNATI AND
J-'OUUTEEN HOURS KAOII WAY. AND
A Iil lUYLtUHT HPNS.
HUNNINU THROUGH "WITHOUT
Indianapolis ami Cincinnati Eprcs,
Leaves Cairo 6:00 A. M
Arrive Jnrrut 10:05 "
Via SI. Louis onJ fc'ouiheastcni It. It.
Arrlvei L'rahtvlllf. .1:15 P.M.
Arrives Vlnccnnes 12:10 "
' Via ludlaiupnl and .i i.. , i:. It,
Arrlvei Indlauspolls i.nil'. t.
i Via Olilo and MIssN.lpt I Ji. It.
Arrives North Vernon , o:if v. M,
Arrives Zmc'nnatl,, SKW "
Arrlvei Louisville H:.V) "
.'.eiv. lnillfitiniinll. . &...) i. r
Leaves Cincinnati :So "
.eaves l.oulivlllo. tJ:3o
vrrlvcs.Vliiceiiuo.s 2:30 V. M.
.eaves vincennci, . :ai
.eaves Kvmuvlttc 12:11) "
Urrlvrs u'artnl hiii)
rrlves Cairo 10:30 "
MOUND OITT ACCOUWPPATION.
eaves Cairo 12:M ami 5:0O p.m.
" Mound Cltr 1:10 and B:W "
Mound L'ltv ncconiddutloli leaves Cairo
Vednesduy and Kattirdoy.
Maktm? rloso connections to and from all
alnU East and North, at ludlanaiiolN and
Inrlnnntl. and to and from nil point"
jutli and West ol Cairo by rail und
.11 (loonntcn, II. I.. Moiuiu.i.,
ucni Ticket Ag t. ucncrai mi t.
TiLlNOIH OENTHAL ItA'" HO A I).
all at 12:li a.m., Dally.
(prosit, ,,...."20 p.m.,, "
relilita t:f n.m.,,..c.eopt Sunday
reljrht at HM a.m...... " "
tight at. .. 40 ii.m.,. . " "
' AUHIVr AT CAIHO
Ml at I'M u.tu., Dally
(press at 2:05 p.m,,....cxceiit Hunday
el(ht at "M a.m.,. ...except Monday
iol?ht at Hl:0.'t p.m., ern-pt Sunday
elgntat .7:00 p.tn ' "
IW 2-l7.tf. Jamk JohnroM, Agent.
I TIME TABLE.
. LOUIS IKON MOU.NTAIS
AND SOCTIIEItN KA1LH0AD.
giinnibuscs arrive at and depart fromtlic
Ira corner Bcventh street aud Coinmor
l Avenue as follows
t'exas Kxprcn leaves 1:00 a.m. Arrive
to a. tn.
(ihirleiton Accommodation leaves 10:00
(a. Arrives 0:1.1 a. m.
jfolumbti Accomodation lcavesi:00 p. in.
s,-ivc two p. m.
SR.NTV-l'OL'K HOUHS I.KM TltiM nV ANV
lime from Cairo to Little ltock 13 hours.
to Tcxarcana 22 hours.
so Jcavmon. Texas, 23 hours.
e MaribaU 20 hours.
lo Mirevenort. Louisiana. 20 hour.
So Dallas, Texas, 3d hours.
h Ilearnr, T:xa, oH hour,
to Hou-ton, Texas, 11 hours.
i uaiveston, Toxai ti uours.
D. Axtkm., Chief Engineer.
V. llKQL'iiMiioriu. Airent. Cairo.
ffricultiiral & Mcclmiilcnl
Will be held ut
IXirVf'IVfl Tltl-NllAY. SI'I'T. "In.
P AND C'ONTIM'LNO rout
Ilrnad runnlngtlirniiuli CharleMon will
' pahiencerH round trip tor one ntid one
faro atDH will leave Cairo as follows :
rry-bost wilt leavo Cairo landicg t
r.ilni. 1. Hint's 1'iilnt at Pi.Tl a. 111.
aim leave Charleston for Cairo aliout
i ""Ample arrangements have becu made
tie accommodation of visitor.
J. II. IIKTUL .M.. !"fC y.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
InilHCYi COUHSKLOR AT UW
Ilicc Over Flrxt National Hank. S-l.V3m
! 11. Mullrey. Wlllliim C. Mutkcy.
K MULKEY & SON,
I'ORNEYS AT LAW
l' CAIHO IXjI-S.
Illce: Klxhtli struct between Cotnmcr
Ind waslilustou avotmes Mt-tr.
iREEN & GILBERT,
INSKLORS AT LAW,
Lin II. Onten, )
Inill.diltM'rt. CAIItO. ll.S.
IK. (liibcrt, I
IiccIhI nttentlon kIcii to Admiralty
l:e : Ohio l.evec, Itooins .7 aud 8 ove
Cltr Autlonal iiuiik
IRO CITY BINDERY,
lr Twoltth street and WaBhtuston At
(Late of St. Louis,):
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
ANK HOOKS of uvflry , descrlptlou
with tieutness and Ulaputeli, aii uiiiu
ling douo m snort noncu. niuicr.
, MngazlnoH ami rcriomeau uouuu
nu at tuo totvcsi puiuiu raws.
ntY wnrV. mir-ll UK ltucordH. Docket
Uookn, Ulanks, etc. made a specialty
i, I'ockct Books, LnTelops, cto , inapo
fSsfl ni! v
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proxuietor-
T!m I'Janljr'n House U located on Ohio Ijctco Street in
POTS AND STEAMBOT LANDINGS
Anil in the Center of tho Uusineaa Portioned the City. Dio House is now
and complcto in nil t appointments. The rooms, ore larcc and air v. LceiJes
being elegantly furnished and carpeted. Gucsta will receive courteous treat
ment and tho bent of accommodations.
Transient Guests $2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES
Cor., 8th St. and
PRINTS, BLEACHED MUSLTNS
GIN GHAMS, CRETONES,
LARGE STOCK OP DUESS GOODS
JAPANESE SILKS, SlL.lv L'Ul'LilxNft,
r.AUP.T! RTnniv nV WHITE GOODS. Victoria Lawns.
KtiMua AriivonillriC ntul n Tiiirrrn
Stock'will be sold at Actual
Call and be convinced of Great Bargains.
TERMS, STRICTLY CASH.
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT fit SON
AVhn ,i ! ' 1 1 1: I i'i I' Ti r.!i U lr
1' 1J K 1 A J y. J( 1'.
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Kentucky.
Cairo oillco at llulen t Wlt'on't. cornor
Twellth street and Ohio lever.
We wdl run an Ico wagon throughout t',c
t'aon, delivering puru lake ice lu any part
ot tho city at tho lowct market price, and
wniaiKO turnitu our lilt mis outiiuo mo city
with lco uv tho enko or car load, tncfcoii In
taw dust, for shipment to any distance.
JOHIT F. GAMBLE
Tho Dost and Cheapest Wogon Man
MAN U l'AOTOUY :
OZZXO Is XI V X3 XI
NBAU 8-lTIl bTUKET.
W00LC1TS PAIN PAINT
Cures all kimls of ptilns. For sale by
FINN AND METZ
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATUJ.IDAY, SEPTEMBER 2C 187d.
r n -rrrt n v try
TO RAILROAD DE
Day Boarders 20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Hight.
Stock of RlbboilS. TlllS Cntil'O
Coat, and continue until it is
THE CAIRO CITY
Arc prepared to supply customers1
with the bost i
j C 0A L i
I i.kavi; oiuiniig AT
j jSrilnlliday llro.'e ollice, Xo. 70:
JSTAtKiryiitlun Jllllsj or
tarAt the coal dump, foot oil
Thlrty-elnhtli street. j
Scssial Inducements to lim Ccwdih
M. R. KUEHNE,
,C0K.13T1I AND WALNUT STItKET
O llox UUB. 01.8.10-11,
DR . W. JJLATJW
Sudors lllcrk (up italrr) fcrrer Bib Stre
and WKshiugtnn Avenue,
HIGHLY COLORED AC"
CUUM'S OF THE
The l'resliltnl Determined lo I'rolecl
the Indians from Intruders.
eLl-EMKTKMXTH OT OIMLTKIltlS.
VAalltsoT0K. Hopt. 2. A bosrd of
army olllcers will meet bore to-morrow to
xatnino and report upon tho qualifications
of such parsons as may be brought before
it for appointment as superintendents of
lx-I'ottmaiter.General King to-day
gave a lunch In honor of roitmniter.Uen
rat Jewell, which wat ultondcd by tho
president, ummbors of tlin cabinet and
otbor promlnont persons.
TIIK 11 LACK II ILLS COU.NTT.T.
Fuller and later reports roceived hero
Indlcato that the rucont flowing accounts
from tbo 15 lack Hills country are entirely
unreliable, und confirm the opinion of
l'rof, AVinchel, that thero are no valuablo
minerals in the country. Col. Krud Grant,
who accompanied tho expedition under
special Instructions to report upon its goo
logical cbaractor, lays that the rock on
wllclh it is clnimud gold was discovered Is of
a ruetamorpblc cbaractor In which no
gold has ever been found. Not over
threo dollars worth was brought under his
observation during the entire expedition,
and it Is a question whether this
was not Imported Into that fic
tion. Tho timber is rpruce
and yellow pine and valueless for lumber.
Tbo area of tillable lands is very small
there not being onougbt for a dozen good
slzod farms. Tho Sioux commission
lately sent to negotiate with lted Cloud
and Spotted Tail bands, went in their ex
plorations to tho baio of tho Black 71 1 1 Is
on the south tide, and givs substantially
tho samo views iu Grant, rogardlng tbo
ebaraater of tho country and the absence
of minerals. The proildcnt is emphatic
In bis determination to carry out tho or
ders of Gen. Sheridan to prevent all in
vasion of this country by Intruders so
long as by law and treaty It Is secured to
The President oxnects to leavo hern on
Monday. Oitobor 5. for St. l.ouls. Ho Is
still residing with his brother-in-law
Marshal Sharpe, as mo repairs to tno.
Wblto House aro not finished.
The poitmarler-Kenoral will doubtless
adopt the rocommoadntion of Third As
sistant Harbour and A. D. Uazcn, chief
of tho stamp division, that newspaper
postage under tho now law going Into
J "lortr 1. be nald bv stamns afllxod
to memorandum of mailing, tho stamps l
be of dimension from two cents to sixty
dollars, to bocancollcd ty portorallon.
Terrible Railroad Acci
(lont in Alabama-
COLLISION OF TKAINS IX VIHGIXIA
Terrible Motlcr L'xploslou.
Setma, Ala., .Sept. 24,
TKIIH1HLK RAILWAY CA9CALIIY.
At daybreak vbis morning, h southern'
bound train of six cars on the Selma,
Home and Daltou railroad went through
n brldgo on Waxabatchle creek falling CO
feet. Tho trnln is n total wreck. Tho
engineer, firemen and several passengers
wore killed, nnd nearly utl tho remalulng
pussongers woro wounded, many dangor
ously. Among tho killed Is Wm, Boyd,
ex-Judgo of the supreme court of Alabama.
IlALTtMonr, Sept. 24.
KAILHOAI) ACCIDI.Vnrf VIROISIA.
Olllcers ot tho Iialtlmoro and Ohio Itail
roud company in this city givo the follow
ing particulars of an accident on tho
l'arkersburg branch of their road last
night: TIih west-bound passongur train,
leaving Iialtlmoro at C;30 A. M , and tbo
gast-bouud pasiengor train, leaving l'ar
Lcrtburg at 0 1. M. collided at Smithton,
the regularly appointed meotlog place, 68
miles east ot I'arkersburg. Both onginos
wuro wrecked and the postal-car attached
to tho west-bound train was burned,
1'iro botng commuulratud from tho lamps
to tho mall matter, the flames made such
rapid progmts that ono of tho postal
clerks named Bradford war burned to
death and tho bulk of tbo mail matter de
stroyed. Tno bsggngo car of lhu samo
train was also burned with tho groater
portion of its contonts. Tho platforms of
a number of passonger cars woro nlso de
molished by tho force of tho collision.
Nono of tho passengers woro injured, but
ono of tho trnin hands received a slight
flesh wound. Tho west-bound train had
arrived at Smlthten and was preparing to
go on the eldotrack, when tho east-bound
train, which was behind time, suddenly
catno up, anil the collision took place.
TER1UFIC ROILKR KXl'LOSION',
M EMriiis, Sept. St. About two o'clock
this morning, tho right 11 no of tho boiler
of N. J. Spur's steam cotton gin, situated
In tho vicinity of Vance and Casoy streets,
collapsed with torribla eltoct. The con
cussion shook tho houses in tbat vicinity
Ilka an earthquake. Both ends of the
boiler woro blown out. "W. H. Hlohard,
onglnoor, was blown out of tbo cotton pen
In front of tho bollors, whero bo bad gono
to sleep, and wss slightly burned by
steam and hot water. A stablo near tbo
ImMAN mtu aai nlntnlv wrecked hv ntnoo.
of tbo samo, which wero hurled against It
groat forco. Tho brick work in .front cf
tho boiler was demolished.
I'ATAL JlOlLEn EXTLOSION.
Tauton, Mass., Sept. 21. A bailor
exploded in tho onglne room of A, Field
& Son's tack works this aftotnoon. Ono
man was killed and ecvoral others were
rtUB AT J0I.IKT, ILLS.
CiitoAdo, September VS. A flro at
.Toilet, this morning, entirely destroyed
Vomer's block, with the stores of O. 8
Sboose, queenswaro, and Henry Fannin?,
groceries and liquors. Loss r.f building
20,000 i insurance, 517,000.
London, Sept. 21.
CniMtNAL action Fon tint!..
In tho central criminal court yestorday
M I'ugm, architict, was found guilty of
II oiling .Mr. Herbert. Judge iiramwsll
alt r a long conference with his colleagues
uok sitrltlts for tbo appearanco of defend
ant for sentenco when required. Air.
I'ugln thanked the Jndgo, and solemnly
declared that he would never repeat tbo
oirense. Judge Cramwell altor severely
reprimanding the defendant orderod his
discharge under ball.
A special dispatch from Dublin to tbo
Standard says the amnesty association
thero have received an intimation that
Oisreall on tbo occasion of tha innm.rh.
Inif royal visit to Ireland, will reeom.
mnnd tbat genera) amnesty be granted to
a talbk neronr.
Tbo report which was originally pub
lished bv too fall Mali Gazette liiat
I'rlnce lllsmark had made propostls for
Incorporation of Denmark with tho Ger
man emplro Is pronounced to bo absolut
MOT OK 11SARH AX AMERICAN VKSSEL.
Tho American ship S. F. Horsey from
Cardilffor Montovldo, put to soa yester
day. "While yot in tho cbannol, several
sailors Jumped overboard and swam
ashoro In a bleeding1 and exhausted condi
tion. Accounts of tbo atTair difler, but tbo
wholo crew woro fighting, and one of
thorn was killed by the captain. The au
thorities sent a boat In pursuit of tba 8.1'.
Horsey, but It is fcarod It will not over
lako her. All of tbo crow belong to Car
diff. Bristol & Stilwell
Keep every Urine; pertaining to tlio
line of Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Woodcnwarc, Vegetables, Fruits, &c,
Kiim it the in)! In nnt vnur liulhi for
carl; tcinlcr Flmccts. We have a ttocl;
of finer Dutch Jlvlli for icinter and
fpr!ng blooming thun ever hejoreojfrredy
r. -i-.i ;;?)...,. i .-J. ..
IHJIlril ill firm JllltMIII. a,(if IflU
(iHin trade of 1871, hy J). M. Ferry
d' (h. They emi he relit d on m rhoirc.
A variety oj
lie icW fttrnith catalogues contain'
ing direction for culture and manage
hunt of the above, free, on application.
Will take orders for anything in the
Hue of winter gardening:
No 32 EIGHTH St.
R. SMYTH & CO.
No. o'O Ohio Lovco,
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY
THE FOHTY-l'IFTH ;ANNUAL
SKS3ION of Studies in tho
ST. LOUIS ONIYJ5KSITY
Will begin on
MONDAY, SKlTEMHEIt 7tli, 1874.
I IPjr 'Prospectus, giving terms, Instruc
j tlons to paronts, Ac, &c, apply to or
HKV. JOS. G, ZEALAND, 8. J,,
' St touts University, St. Louis, Mo.
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
Real Esta te
Aud LaiidiAvents of tho Illinois Central and
. llnUflfcWn and Missouri It. It. Cos.
North". Cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Levee,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents
71 Ohio Levee, (Second Floor,)
Ihiy and Bell 11KAL ESTATE, l'ny TAXES
Furnishes Abstracts ot Title.
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker & Make,)
PAINTS & OILS
And the celebrated lllunitnalln;
ltross' llulldlng, 11th St. & Oomorclal Av
PITS CURED FREE.
" Any pcron MiiTerln from the abovo til j
e.ise Is requested to nddrcioRlt. l'lttci:, and
a trial bottle ol medicine will bo forwarded
by o.pre, FKEtCl
Dr. l'rlco Is a tegular physician, and has
Dudu the treatment ot
FITS OK EPILEPSV
a ktudy for yearx, and lie will warmut a
cure, by tho use of his remedy.
Do i.ot fall to send to him for trial bottle;
t cost uothlng, and he
WILI. DUBi: YOU,
no matter or lmw long standing your case
may be. or how luuny otlici rvmedtcs may
Circulars and tcstlmouluU sent with.
FHKE TIHAL ItOlTLE.
Dlt. CHAS. T. PRICE,
HoU. Wood & Oo
Foiinralng, Vases, Animals. Iron Stairs,
Lump Tost, Stable Fitting J,
3AST. WKOUOHT & WIRE RAILINGS
NEWjsnd IMHOVKl'D OUA1H forthatres,
amas ..Mil l.antllPA II sill h
And a Geuoral Aseorttnout of Oroa
inental Iron "Wor);
A DAY OUARAWTsTEO
Ml.t our WELL AUQER AND
or icwA.AjtKAXSAaAsio iiakota.
W'llAItKAOAT I'nOPItlKTpit, f
.. 1. SfJt
I'rcprepared to forward allikindi of u
Freight to all points.' x
633lluslntis attended tn nriu ' r '
C. CLOSE; i.
And Dealer In -usT as
J.itne f'eraent, Plaster, Hairj'oVc,
71 will sell In car load lots at-maBUlar.
turers prices, addlngfrelghuJ . ,
COFFEY, nARRISON &.Ca,r0f
(Successors to I). Uurd A Bon.)
rioua,HAiri and hat.
Wo 03 Ohio Larue, OAIRO, ILLS
Wood Rittenhouse & Bother
Genkual Commission Meiiciiant,
133 Ohio Lovec, Cairo. . . .
II, A. Thorns , V. D.'TItoBts
TnOMB k BROTHER,
Sucrctosrs to 11. M.Uulen, . ,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKER
AXUDA1JUUJI ' """ '
tniile and Wmaej tirocerlcsi, w
forolgn and DomesUe
131 CommeroUl Avenue.
CAIHO, . ILLINOIS.
NEW iUltK. HXOilK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
LAnoBST VAsviirrr stock isr this c
GOODS SOLD VEBYOL08J.
lorarr of MIsicsmssssi asrt ssssst Cmm
merclml Aveass '
OA1BO, ILLINOIS. u
"C. O. PAT1KW
MILLER & PARKER,. :
AMI . M
FORWARDING MERCH- . S.
Dealers .In ' " "
FLOUR, CORN, OATS; HAYc;
Agents for Fairbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS.
Iti'cllller mill Wholesale Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUOKS ANI) WINES.
XO! (51, OHIO LETEE,
CAIRO, .... ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Successor to Johu 11. 1'hlllis,)' 4
General Commission 1
AND , ' l '
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,'
MEAL, BRAN, &x
Agents for Liflin & RacJ Powdtr Company.
COn. TENTH ST. A OUIOLKVEE,
CAIRO, ILLS. '
D .AY mm. c. J. AYRR9
7.. I). Mntlnisj E. a' Ob.
MATHUSS & UHL,'
Forw.irilliiif A Ocnora; '
, Dealers In
FLOUR,' GRAIN, II Ay ANDf
Ohio Lkvee, - Cairo. Ills.
AYHR8 & CO.',' . t' -( t,
."F1 L O XT ' ' '
QEN EH AL COMMISSION MERCHANT
No. 7 Lisvan. f)nmOAian. ln,i ,
Cairo Bos and Basket. Co,
Of ALL KINDS, HAW AN 11, BOIT,
Keep coiibtautlyonhaud 1 '
ALSO, IfVTM i 1
Miiinni v.i 1 Connor 31th Stroot
Mill and lard, ani Ohltt Letee
illh'h Street; bot.r.en Washington and
CAIRO, ILLS. ' '