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liufhlog a... ' Teeth, extracts.! at nil
how, d'y Midnight P"17'"
THREE NlGHTi ONLY,
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
September 24, 25 and 2G,
WALLACE'S COMEDY COMBINATION,
TUB EVENT OF Till'. SEASON.
-TtssnA" EVEStNO-tho btaulllul
romantic Draws, entitled
nr. x MATCH FOR A KINO.
FRtDAY EVEN IN 0 The great society
SATURDAY Last night,
'Adllon, CO centi atd 75 cenK No
xtracharre for reserved scats, Which can
be ..cured" at V. H.rtm.nV. 41
HMAJSPMEMT HUSKMG GLOVES
tttiv nwp.Afi.v Ml'llOVKD In Inrttt
V r thn riw. ami the more complete
sMMrtiee of the uarts subject to wear, by
metal Mutes, mskinc llicm wear FlVK
times AS LONO, and do tlio work- roster aim
easier than anr other huskcr. Jlmio oi tiio
Terr bct calf leather. In our
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it at effectual a remedlf
FOR FEVER & AGUE
m lb 8a)r4t In tho line dc, wlills It affrett
Kkf IM4 ff f to more palaUblt and mueA thraprr.
'land for der(ptlre Clrcnlar lUi TttHmmxiaU
fteWm Itoaa all p-rta of Uie conntrf.
V-Baant ntiim for trial, 23 cent.
.prtd byBU.UNOH, CIJ11T te CO., Uauufac
rlof Cbts-aU, BoalOD, Hum.
$1,000 PER WEEK
CAN be rhadoby any t.mnrt man who can
keep bin miirtncM to Iilmiclr. Addrcn
X. F. MEUMANy,,Uobol;gii, N. J.
MMM A"WKEICgiiarnnt6ciUoMalo and
fin Female AircnU in their locality.
I I CotU nothing to try It. l'artlcu.
Q I larsfrco. V.t). VK'KKHY A: CO.,
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MONOPOLIES AND TIIK l'EOl'liE.
Every Grander wauM It. It U original
and cenulno. Addrcai', for terms, CO-Ol'-EltATrVE
l'lIH. CO., Cincinnati, rit. liOUls,
or Muscatlno, loiva.
VfiTTNY"' lfl?rAYntcd to lanrn telc
I U U Si UT BihVi feraphing, and taico olll
era on new lines which wo are turnlHblni;
with operators, at salary from $00 to 8 ICO
per month. Bend for circulars. AddrcM
N. W. TELEOltAFU INSTITUTi:, .lanes
AND INSECT POWDER.
For Bats, Ilce', Ttoachc, Ants, Itcd-Uugn,
3. F. HENIlY, CL'ltHAN & CO.,
SPEND YOUR MONEY
So that you will cet it alar!r In
Eeii ana solid Comfort !
Uy Inrcstlnglt Inono of our Now Patent
lnil Star Stoves
Famous for gHlng out a "Wonderful
Carelully Made of Very HctMateiial-,
Alnraya bai FJrsMtato Draft, and la
Sursaiif. t Cfire MMm frqik; I
And Under all Circumstances.
Excelsior Man'fg Co.
012 & Oil N. MAIS STIIEIX,
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To Uie Editor of TlJK JIpuktin;
tSTKKilKDKlUKJfW: Vomvliliilcaso lu
wrin your reader that I havo a ponltlie
CURE FOU COXSUJHTIO.V
"2 " disorders of the Throat and Mines.
dimV,:f',,,,i,uV)lnmy ,.rac,1,:e' 1 have
cured hundred of cuei, and will gho
r who Is suffcrinc fr,m, umi
on.T. F. BURT.
William 1 1. h,l
AT WILCOX'8 BLOCK TOU 11.00
OAJltO LOCAL. NEWS.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 20 1174
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One thousand statements printed at THK
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r. ,1. ,,...-,.. iintu (mills nrl tiled at Til
Bulletin office for f 4.00; two thousand lor
onnll. lino Hrlitot
board.prlotcdat'litE Bulletin office lor I
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only orldnal nnd the only brind of that
i, ill K cts per rard: J'.IIUJT OK I '
2r'Jia"nW " tfSSUSSJ. &n.".flSJ-i im-Imi in pro
..romir m I portion.
l jim lilo in rrrrifii ui 11 inifiu uiti'iuu in
Or.OS-OltMX II1U1IONS, uortcd colorr,
w men i will ncn at i;inu' prices.
,iii, l.il dv l.r iiri lil.!lb ui inn .1UII itiuii:,
OI.OTIIINO, (IKN'IV UNOKRWKU:.
IUjANUETS and (IKHMAN (JUI LTS. Call
nnd sco before purcliahlu cl-ewhcre.
OPPOSITION MASS MEETING.
ItALIiY, DHMOOHATS! It ALLY LIU
KHALSI KALLY, EVERYBODY
OPPOSED TO UAD10AL
On Monday evening, Septembor '2Sib,
In tbo court-homo in Cairo, Hon. John
II. Oborly will reply to tho lain apooch of
Senator Logan. All persons vho desiro
to know tho truth as contradistinguished
from Radical untruths, as fiilmlnated by
Logan, should attend.
Tho oppoiition central oommittco will
mako nil needful arrang'oinonts.
Qkt your oysters at tho Dolmonlco.
To Lkt. Itjoms to rent In "Wilcox's
block, nt tbo lowest prices. 27G-9.2I Gl
r-TnitnT Crossikos. City Jailer McCar
thy has a largo cang at work clcanisg tbo
Elliott Sr. IUttiioiui nro offering
goods at prices that should attract cloto
You can got anything you will call for
at Elliott &i Haythorn's, 101 Commercial
SILK "HATS I SILK-II ATS I
umWIoveJ. , 4 "dor at A NUr,'.,
Dn. Jkkklle. Can bo found in ,
dental parlori on Eighth street at all
hours, licet of references given as to pro
Coysjj's oystor depot and restaurant.
Oysters in tho shell and can, frosh ovory
day, at Phil Saup'a old stand, botwoen
Sixth and Seventh streots, Cairo, ill.
A vine lino of ladies', misses' and
children's walking shoes, with extension
or protoction soles, lust tbo thing for Cairo
sidowulki, at A. Black's City tihoo Sloro.
To Lit with IJoaru. A large unfur
nished room on tho first floor in n privato
residence, pleaiantiy located In tho busi
ness part of the city. Address, giving ref-
ferenco, P. O. box, 408, U-'JCGt
The St. Chahlks Hotkl lias sovorai
pleasant rooms on the upper floor, suita-
uie lor gcntiomcn, that can bo secured for
tho wintor, with board, at very roajonablo
For your frosh Mllwaukoo boor go to
"Our Saloon," on Eighth street. You
know whoro It Is, south sldo between
Commercial and Levee. Mllwaukco beer
always on tap and always fresh.
Social Danis. The Carroll liaso Ball
olub will give a social hop atSeheel's hall,
Tuesday evening. The kmu of fun. Mr.
Aiiiiuoward, is co-operatlni: with tho
committee, and promises a good time to
those who attend.
KobSalx Buuuy. Wo doslro to soil
a splendid buggy almost new. Wo will
tell It at a ureat sacrifice. Persons deslr-
lag ft good bargain in a buggy bavo now
an opportunity to obtain one.
I.---.... . " . . .
i-iimii uytiers or anytuing olso you
want at tho Dolmonlco Koslaurant open
uay ana night.
Do OT forgot that Elliott & Havthorn
keep tho best stock of shoos In tho city.
n.i ..... . -
insy niwByajon ma lowest.
juax kukiikk, tho organ builder, Is
roady at any timo to tune and repair
pianos and rnolodeons. You may safely
trust your instrumonta to Ins care; you
win noi lo deceived.
If to i want tho latest stvlca injdrv
goods, tho Lest and choapost placo la at
Kinetic Haythorn's. This Is no rem
nant of bankrupt slock, but fresh goods at
price lhat defy competition. 19.0-3t
FnEiH Buitly. Mr. V. FlTzerald 1
jusiroce.vcd and has on salo at bis sale
room, a large stock of English ale, porter,
Henneisy brandy and wines, and liquor
of all kinds, which ho will dispose of at
reasonable prices;. . 280-9-25-lm
Dilta Oitt Cioxi.j,.Mr. T. ii. Sulli
van, the druggist, on Commercial, be.
twesn Ninth and Tenth strcoti. rtA
yesterday Ave thousand Doha cjitv clears.
This brand has a big run from those that
use the weed. Some Bpd Judgo prefer
lbra tt many ten coat cigars seld In town,
11. Hodqb will only remain In town
tbti wcok go to Mm with your old plug
ball, raked from cast-away places anui
lumber rooms, and havo a fashionable
tlln nudo to covor your head. The coit'l
almost nothing. 9-2I.SU
Koojis to Rent. Mrs. Stewart, corner
of Poplar and Twelfth streets, near The
Ut'Lt.nTiH office, hoi govern! cotnroriuiiie
rooms to rent, with board. Mr. Stewart
- - - .,
spreads ono if tho bolt tables in Cairo,
and her prices are reasonable.
Tauk your brulicd and ballered and
moshd old silk haU to At. liooge, ni mo
Dolmonlco bolel, and they will como
from bis handi bright and new, and In the
latest ilvlo. as may bo icon all around
town now. Evorvbody can afford to sport
a new "plug" hat mndo from his old one,
Tin: Host oysters
at tho Delmonlco
Sai.K. Tbo Egvptlan saloon,
bv Honrv L<nor, Is for
sale, togothor with tbo flxturca and stock
'ho privlloo of n lone of tho build-
inKon jood terms; alio, tbo coUbro In
thn rar. For further Information, In
liuirtl '' ii .UU 1IIUII..D.D. ' '
akw flnoKtN. Mrs. Dtnlei Lamport,
living on Eighth stroct, between "Yah
Inoinn tid (Jjmmerclal avonues, wnu
walklnir n tho vanl TUtiNuajr nigoi
tumblod on slick of llraDir ana urouu
her arm aboro tho wrlit. Vr. uoraon
ivp. rallod in and roJucod tbo fracture.
Mrs. L. was golting along nicely yetor
day. Look Out run lUmiAtNM. Mr. A.
Marx Das Just returned from New York,
whore ho purchased ono of tho Qnor-t and
largoHt stock of clothing, gout's furnish-
Inc KOodi, bats, otc, of tho very latest
stylo, which ho will soil LOWEU than
tho lowest. All g-iodi marked in plain
Nkw Ooon. Tho new stock of J.
Burger, for fall and winter, commenced
to arrivo yesterday, and everybody
around his storo is busy taking In and
piling up tbo new goods. The display la
very Dne, and tbo colcctions havo been
made with lat'H and judgment, as all can
satisfy tnow ,.ei tiy calling.
Stkaykd on Stolk.v. from tho res!
dencoof Mrs. Johnson at Sexton's Oreok
bridge, a largo brown horeo, tic dl star In
fornhcad, blind in right oyo, about sixteen
hnnds high, cloven .years old. Any one
finding him will be liborolly rewardod by
brlngiog him homo or letting me know that
I may gt him. Sophia Joimsov.
Ah 1 1'
Nkw Milli.vbuv GrQr ,i. Mrs. Swan
dcr leaves tho city on uday morning
for a vitit to St. Louis and Chicago, whore
she propegnsto purchase a large stock of
millinery d' Mr. Swander's well
known cood tasto In tho selection of hats
bonnots, otc, Is an l ucemont for the
adftV ol Calr,o to defer purchasing their
tui mlllinory until tbey havo an oppor
tutiity tooxamlno Mrs. Swandor's stock.
Mus. Hui.tz has just returned from the
cast with a full stock of mlllinory goods
and ladies', misses' and children's shoos i
UJE tpck ;JB'lly'inb,riu'!)nMy
trade, cuirj, hosiery, etc, with a largo
lot of notions, which sho will soli cheaper
than any other placo In Cairo, Storo on
tho comer of Eleventh street and Wash
ington nvonue. 2C5-P.li2.tf
Jealousy, to-night, at the Albencum
This is a play In which tho troupe have
an opportunity to show what '.boy
can do. It Is a grand old Kngliili comedy,
ono tbat will never wear out, that never
fails to plsase an audfouco, and one that
tbo Wallaeks' " groat hit Wo are
glad to say the Iroupo has had full houses
in spite of the weather, and have made.so
good an impression that they will always
be welcomed In Cairo.
Millinery and Dress-Makinc!.
Mrs. Smith Frilllngsdorf and Miss M. K.
llomlss will open on Saturday, tho "Oth
instant, at tho southwest cornor of Sev
enth stroet and Washington avenue, a
select nnd fashionable stock of dress triin-
mlngs, which thoy propoio to aell at fair
prices, and invito tho ladles of Cairo and
vicinity to call and examine Mrs. F. is
now in St. Louis making purchasvi.
Fall Stock of Hoots and Suoes.
Mr. A. Black Is now recolvlng his stock
or tall boots i.nd ebons, which, from his
experience, promises to bo tho best to
lectod In thu city. Always a careful and
closo purchaser, he gives tho public tbo
advantages to has to purchase at iho very
bottom prico, for ho buys direct from the
manufactories for oath, Tho lock Is very
large and complote, and Iho ttyleB of tho
latest and most approvod cut. 2i)U-9-22.t
AlATTRESS AM) FURNITURK MaU-
fAciURES. Messrs: Scgrlst nnd Har
into havo opened, on Washington uvonuo
botwoen Thirteenth and Fourteenth
street a shop, whore tbey propose to do all
kinds of repairing on spring or common
mattrssses, upholstorlng, sofas, loungos,
chairs, etc., and also repairing and ro
varnishing rurnlturo of all descriptions.
Tbey will sow and lay down carpets and
hang paper. Now mattresses and turn!
turo mado lo order. Ttiey have coma to
Cairo to stay, and respectfully solicit tho
patronage or tho public. 283-9.'.'0.1m
Circuit Court. Tho Oavender-Par-kor
assault case was given to the jury at
ton a. m. yesterday. After being out
throo hours, they returned a verdict of as
sault with intont to do bodily Injury.
Judge Bakor flood Cuvondor one hundred
and fifty dollars. Mr, Ca vendor Is not at
all satisfied with tho verdict, and pro
poses to bring a counter suit at tbo next
term of court. Thii caso has been tbo
cause of much talk among thopooploof
thu neighborhood wbero tho frasus oc
curred, and lrorn' present appearancos tbo
case may bo brought up again in dlf
Elliott & Haythoru art onenlne a
new and elegant line of dry goods to-day.
ror oargains go and sco thorn.
DREADFUL APPARITION Or A
H13 Sl'ir.IT BEEN AT THE
II A It
OF A SALOON.
TREPIDATION OK CORONER G03S-
MAN AND Ilia JUKUMO.
For some lime past a gentleman by tho
- .. ' . . ... i
namo or T. r. liunnirgnam ni uu
cn, at intdrvals, upon our streets. Ho
wts popularly botleved to bo a doctor of
rorao kind, and ;was repuicu a irom.u
down gontleman. The knowing ones said
he had owned a plantation, and hu him
self vowed ho was a gentleman, nnd gave
m ovldonco the fsct that he was a oltlzon
Thoso who noticed him were uro he
was saddest when he sang, and the same
way when he was not singing. Aldfcr
man Waldor know, from his own expert
once In tho council, that Cunningham was
pre-dlspoid losulcido; and when it was
reportod ytsterday morning that Oun
nlniham had drowned hlmsolf In the
Ohio river, near Ilalliday's mill, tho alder
man remarked to a frlsnd : "I told you
And so Coroner Uonman was called t
sit on Cunningham's Ik!v. lie turn
moned Waldcr, .1. Q. Itobtnson, Itobert
W. Miller, I. B. Hudson, James Mai
lory, Win, Smith and othsrs as his jurors
Thl jury sat and salon the body, and
then rotutnod a vordlct thnt T. P. Cuu
nlngham had como to his death by drown
Inp. Ssrrowtully tho verdict was given
and sorrowfully the jurors returned to
their places of business.
As Alderman "Watdar wait going to din
ner he paisod a saloon, and bokiug ir,
law Dr. Cunningham gazing through tho
bottom of a tumbler at him caKlng with
ghostly eyes. "Waldor had been at tbo
thiatro the night bofero, and the tragical
impulse was strong upon htm. So ho
threw hlmsolf Into an attitude, and ex
claimed: "Hit thou a minister of graco or
goblindamnod, bringing with thee airs from
hoaven or blasts from boll, 111 speak to
thoe, and call thoi Cunningham, doctor of
corns 1" Cunningham indicated in a fow
brief words tbat in his opinion Waldcr
was crrniy, and stalked with ghostly step
out upon the street.
Tho nows flaw that thu dead had como
to life thai n ghost was abroad. The po
lice were in trepidation, and tbo mayor
Immediately called a special meeting of
tho council. The two scanduls were for
gotten, and tho devil was to pay. After a
while a spiritualist caught Cunningham,
and proposed to have a soance with him,
but U. denied the soft impeachment of
death, and cussed a little.
And then It came out, that the jury had
convicted the drownod man of being Cun
ningham whon ho was not guilty. A
bro(l smile passed over tbo public fea
turot,and tie members of tbo Jury are
whipping citizens who ask them why
thoy don't drowu men in hotter stylo.
Oosi man says tho next jury he has mutt
kill Its man .- - " - -
Personal. J W Hojan, New Vo.k,
James West, New Orloant; J E Ptrklns,
Cincinnati; M C Crom wll, St Louis; Dr.
A J Bakor, iUmball, Tenn; Major S B
Reod, Johet, 111; Erwin Maxwell and AV
II HambUton, St Louis, are among the
arrivals at tho St Charles.
7. W Bugg, IUllard county, Ky.;
J Uardnor, St Louis; .1 I (Julgby, Mil
burn, Ivy., and P Hodges, Woodvillo, Ky.,
are quarlored vt the Delmonlco.
Wm HolJon, of Unity precinct, Is In
the city for several days, stopping at Mai
Judge F. Broit, wont to St. Louis on
a business trip. He will return on to-
Dissoluiton o Partnership . Tbo
partnership horotofore oxiiilng botweon
Uaniol Arter and E. Whlto, under tho
firm namo of D. Artcr & Co., is this day
dissolved by mutual consent, both parties
Tho buslnois will ba continued by their
snccoisors, Charles I). Artor nnd James
W. Stewart, under tho namo and stylo of
Artor ci Stewart, who will pay all claims
against, and collect all bills due, tho old
firm of D. Artor & Co.
CMro, III., Septembsr 21st, 1871.
D. Art eh,
C. I). Arte ii,
279-9-24-Ct J. w. Stewart,
TA . i
uivojiceu. un vue second appoaranco
oi t&e wm Jack tbcatro company thoy
wero again greeted ;by a largo, embus!
attic and fasblonablo audience. Tho
play, "Divorced," is u now ono to our
tbeatrQ.Boiri, nd allords n opportunity
for somo really fine acting, and wo must
say that the company fully sustained tho
favorable impression made upon tbelr
first appearance. Tho play Is ono of the
preient day, the scene being laid in Now
York, and admits of tho display of Home
elegant costumes by tho ladles of tho
troupe, some of them worn lat ovoning
boing simply suporb. Miss Wallack,
Mrs. Murray, Coloman and Nugent were
each oxcollout, as well as .las. Wallack,
Jai. Nugont, Him Kyan, Knapp, and in
fact tho entiro company. To-night is
positively the last appearance, whon will
be presented the sparkling English com
ody, in three acts, entitled, "Joalousy," to
bo followtd by Sam Kyan In a sido-split
Hog farce, "Tho Mountain Outlaw."
Gst your soats at Uartrnan's, and
do not fall to ste tho Wallaeks before
tbey leave us to win fresh laurels In an
Excursion Tickbth. On and afte
September 2uth excursion tiokets to
Louisville and Cincinnati, will bo ml
by the Cairo and Vlriconnes railroad.
tulmnctd to tho following rates, good to,
October 3rd: To Louisvlllo and roturn.d
$U.16j to Cinslnnati and roturn. $15.85.
Tho above includes a ticket Into the ex
position hall. TIcKots for sale at the
general office and at tbo Anchor Line
ofllco, 71 Ohio levee.
On the Cth of August my wife and son
tried to tnurdor me, 1 think, and 1 was
nly raved by tbo Interference of Mrs.
nna Goueher and Kato Lawrence.
They sont for FrAnk (louchor, at (bo
brick yard, who brought five colored men
1th him, tied tho old woman add boy,
atid sint for tho doctor for so and tho
pollcinan for them. 1 lot this matter
drop, but she has been railing a disturb
e and drinking whiskey ever slnco,
and on the '.Hh of Septomber, two wieks
ago, I am glad to say, sbo Uft my bed and
board without my concent, nnd, I am
orry lo say, took everything In the way
f plunder or furntlurn that tho house
contained, hiring a wagon for the pur
poro, only leaving for mo n bedsload and
blanket. Therefore, all porions are noli
fled not lo harbor or trust her on my ac
count, as I will pay no debts of her con
trading, 1 havo no doubt sbo Is ablo to
pay her own debts, at she she has gono to
market all summor regularly every
morning nnd camo homo drunk every
night, koeplng all the money sho rccolvcd
and never dividing n cent with me.
27-l.9-24.nt JAi.ukiit HciKl'.fl.
KvitExcit't! Pulmonic Symup For the
cure oi consumption, coughs anu coma
The great virtue In this medtelno Is that It
ripens tbo matter and throws tt cut of tho
s.rstom, purifies tbo blood, and thus effects
.CllINCK S BIA WEED TONIC, FOR THE
l.'URE OK DVSI'Kl'SU, INDIGESTION, AC.
Tho tonic produces a healthy action ot
tho stomach, creating an appetite, forming
chyle, and curing tho most obstlnalo cases
Schenck b Mandrake Pills ion the
Cure or Liver Complaint, &c
These pills are altoratlvo, and produco
a hoallhy action of tho livor without tbo
ilcail danger, as thoy are freo from cal-
omol, and yel moro edacious In restoring
a healthy action of the livor.
Thcso remedies are, a corlaln cure for
Consutnpt on, as tho Pulmonic Syrup
ripens tho matter and purifies tbo blood,
Tho Mandrako Fills act upon tbo liver
create a healthy bile, and romovo all dii
esses of Iho Itvcr, often a cause
of Consumption. Tbo Sea
Weed Tonic gives tono and
strength to the stomach, makes n good
digestion, and enables tbo organs to form
good blood; and thus creates a healthy
circulation of healthy blood. The com
blned action of theso medicines, as thus
explained, will euro every case of Con
sumption, if taken in timo, and tho use of
the mo Hemes preserved In.
Dr. Sfhenck is professionally at his
principal ofBcr, corner bixtb and Arch
Stt., Philadelphia, every Monday, where
all letters for ndvlco must be addreesod,
Schnnck's medicines for salo by Druggists,
How to (ir.r Btamina Iron frames
and strong nervous system are not tbo lot
of all. But the feebln need not dotpair.
By adopting tbo right means they may
Ii vo as long and enjoy lifo as much as
their more robust neighbors. Physical in
vlgorilion is, however, necessary to this
end ; and whilo tbo spiritous tonics and
nMrviri.,- iiti. -,.., j nu-
pross both body and mind, Dr..J. Walker's
California Bitters invariably supply now
vigor to tho frame, while thoy regulate
ovury disordered function.
9-1 G-d and m 4 w.
Joe Isonekkr Is now In full control of
tbo Washington bakory, nnd having
learned tho wants of the public, is pro
pared to supply on call all demands fur
French loaf, Boston, Brown and Graham
biesd, and everything else ordinarily
found in a first-class bakery. Uo main
tains a full stock of confectlonorlos, and
can, as well as any other dealer In tho
city, All all orders In that line.
Cakes bakuJ, frosted or nrnamontcd on
short notice. Special attention given to
the orders or wedding or picnic parlies,
uRano Ball Tho Carroll boso ball
club will glvo u grand social hop at
Schools' ball, 'luosday ovoning, Septem
ber -!9th. Tho boys proposs making this
ono of the most pleasant affairs of tho
season. Tho right kind of young mon
aro at tho head of tho affair, and we bepo
their highest expectations may bo real
ized. Tho following aro tho committeo of ar
rangements: J. T. Welch, William
Toomey, John Campbell, E. F. G!lns.
Floor managers Phil. Howard and
P. M. Lally, Captain of Nino.
ins Darner snop is uu no eornor ot
Eighth stroot and Commercial avenue
where J. George Stioribouso with his gen
tlotnanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your foellngs with a smooth shave, or coo
your lemper and head with a good sham
poo. It Is a first-class shop, and you are
suro of recolvlng first-class treatmont
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
In tho most approved style. 8-lC-lf,
LuiiiiEit StillJGoino Down. As we
are detorminod to close out our stock
speedily, preparatory to winding up bus
iness, we will soli all kinds of lumber at
two dollars por thousand less than mar
ket prices. A largo lot of Itth and stove
wood on hand, which will bo sold at cor
respondingly low ratos.
2i.y-o.tf Wall St E.vr.
For Kent, Tho JJlelook house, cormr
of Soronth and Walnut streots, contain,
lag thirteen rooms. ANo.rl location for
a boarding houso. To a good tonant tho
above house will bo rented at a low figure
Apply to C. N. Hughos, No. 03 Ohio
Parties having tho abovo book ready
for binding would do well, boforo sending
their books oft' with agents, to Inquire at
tho Oily Bindery, whoro thoy aro bound
just as cheap and good and neat as in St.
ouis or I'liicngo.
JfUt.O.SiZ-oi J. U. Huels.
NOTICB TO TI'B I'UULIC Tho now
packing houso mar hot In Wilcox's block,
win bo opon uaturaay next, with fresh
meats nnd now lard, at the lowest market
prico. IIowk & Dro.
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OP fiONPEn-
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER,
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
Do no! liny old candies, that liavo been kfint over fhn
summer nnd nro strtlo, claiming
sec to your weight. vory box
. , ,
"Ct, or u ounces over Jive poumis.
Corner 8th St. and
The Only Placo in tho City where You
Steanisr Jim Fisk, l'aducah;
" Mary Alic, J)t Louis
11 Joe Kinney, Vlckaburg,
" Bolle Shreveport, Now Or!rani
' Utah, Memphis,
11 Gun Andorson, St Louis,
" City of Chester, Memphis,
" Vicksburg, Cincinnati,
11 Julia, St Louis,
Stosmer Jim Fisk, Paducab,
Joe Kinney, St Louis,
Utah, St Louis,
" City of Chcstor, St Louis,
" Vicksburg, South,
11 llslle Shrovrport, St Louis.
Boats to leave to-day, Jim Fisk,
l'aducah; John Kjlo, Now Orleani; Bell
Kiver, Weather and Business, The
river last evening was fifteen feet two
inches on the gauge, having risen ten
inehet during tbo previous 21 hours. The
weather it very hot and clot, with oc-
ciilonal showers and farorablo prospects
for heavy rains yt tocomn. Business
W n Di:i'T. UivEii llErour, 1
September 25, 1b74. J
j Ft. In. Ft. In.
Pittsburg 1 l 2
Clminnail ' I 0 x
Louts Illc 2 2 x 1
Nashville , 1 7
S.. 1 uun.... ' IJ 11 xii
(KMC II a I. ITEMS.
The Vicksburg had a barge in tow, and
a fair trip of asiortcd freight. Sho is i
stern-whecll boat, ssvtral sizes smallor
than the Jim Fisk, and is intended to run
between Vicksburg and Sunflower river
The Evansvlllo picket failed lo get out
TlltrdV nwlnff In tk V.iS --J."
lion .fiho oulo river. Tho little Vicks
burg left her hard aground at Brown's
landing, where tho Ii but 21 Iccboi water
At Cumberland Island the Vicksburg
found 20 Inches water. Guo. Ssa Is pilot
on tho Vickbur, aid doas cot belong lu
Tne tobacco which tho Jim Fisk brins
out for Europe gooj east by rail, and Is
sblppod from Now York. Thii Is owing
'.o tho uncertan character of the outlet at
the outlet at the mouth of tho Mississippi.
The Fisk yesterday brought a good trip
iron and sundriei, for ro-sbipmont.
The Belle of Shreveport Las a big trip,
salt for St. Louis.
Whllo tho Julia was laying at Cheilor
a negro who was trying lo heat his wy,
attempted to rob a white deck passenger,
who waked up while ho was in tho act.
A sculllo ensued, In which tbo white man
was cut on tho ond of tbo noso and on tho
right arm pretty badly. The nsgro was
placed under nrrest by tbo officers of the
Julia and turned over to Sheriff Irwin at
VEGETABLE WORM SYHUP
AbravomaiimsyMifTerpalD, when Indicted
upon jiimseu, Heroically; bill no
CA3N0T SEE UIS CHILI) SUFFER
Thero is ho other malady, Ineident to child
Ifllul 11. n, lu n n .. ... ....... I ... . .
i , .urn. 1" nvuuiuiiailll'll ,y mOrQ 10(16
scrlbitblo wret; icdneea oriiin little sufferer
PRODUCED BY WORMS;
and when tho parent fully uiiilerktaudi tho
oiiuouuu uu win noi uciay u moment lo se
curing the moit prompt and rllldcnt remi
dies to Inkure tho expulsion ot the Intruders.
'Iho remedy may bo lound In
DR. ROGERS' VEGETABLE WORM
Ploa&o bear in mind that
ROGERS' WORM SYRUP
Is the reliable preparation.
ROGERS' WORM SYRUP
Is a palpable preparation.
ROGERS' WORM SYRUP
Is liked by Iho children.
ROGERS' WORM SYRUP
positively dcMroy worms.
ROGERS' WORM SYRUP
leaves no bud effects.
It (HUntS' WO 11 31 SYltUP
Id Liirhh' rw-nnimrihili'til hv 1ln.i.t,.i...
Is unquestionably tho best worm medlHiie
U alio ti Villi
Prico 25 cents. Forsale by all druggists.
JOIINF. III.'MtV, Cl'RRAV.tCO.,
H and li Collcgu Place, Now York,
And Dealer In
Etairrn Btrkbt, jiet. YAsniNOTON and
CommkuciauAvb. adjoining Hanny s,
Itccps the best of Boer, Pork, Mutton veal
Lamb, LautvL'o, etc., nnd is prepared to
i-rvo families In a acccptnbleuneiuBr.
homo manufacture. Also
ought to contain five pounds
IlOincinDer tllO place
can get a Completo Assortment.
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
it. lv SIILI.Elt, Prenldont, X
J. M. l'llfl.MI'S, Vlre I'rcsldelit,
01! AS. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PltOMPTLr MADE.
EXCHANGE, roln, bank notci. i td I'nlted
Stiitet eciirlllcs bouyht and sold.
lnliTTil nllowcil on tlmc'duposlta
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALI.IDaY. Prel.lrul;
HBNItY L. MALI. IDA Y, Vice ProMdeit.
A. II. SAKKOltD, Cashier;
WALTKlt II Yd L. 01', Awdstant Cashier.
STAATH TAYLOR, It. II. CUNNINOIIAM
H. L. !!ai.i.iiay, W. 1. HAI.I.IDAY.
U. D. Wn.t.iAMnoN, stkphk.v Bum.
A. B. SAFroitl).
Hought and Sold.
DEPOSITS rcreivcd.and a general banking
' cT n. ghes,
General Insurance- Agent
Ohio Lcveo, over Mathus k UhlV.
jrTjVon hut first-clan Qompanitt
SalTord, iilorrls & Caiidee.
73 Ohio I.cvco, City National Hank
JiuiMing, Cairo, Ills.
r ie oldest established Agency In Southe
lllluols, reprcscutlns over
Politics for 1874,
HON. EDWARD Mcl'HERSON
Clerk of Jhutt oj Jlepreientatkes U. .V.
T lilts Accuiiatx and Isipartiai. volumes
Klves tbo pull KKCOliD on tho "Increase of
Salary Act" and Its repeal, onTr asporta
tion, Chll Right, and Financial Questions.
Including.' tho act ot JbOi creating "Legal
'render " and coin Interest ol Bonds, and
the vurlnus Kxpanulng and Contracting act.
since. Prealdcnt QkaktM Mesaagcs and
Memorandum, Interviews, Letters, Pro
clamations, and Action In Alabama, Arkan
sas, Louisiana and Texas. Supremo Court
Decisions. Illinois and Wlsconiln Railroad
Laws, Constitutional Amendments, made
ami iicndln?. In States, and Nation. "Back
pay " KtatlHilcs. Tables ot Appropriations,
Debt Elections, Currency Distribution by
States and sections, Ac. Invaluable fur
campaign. Clov'j, if'J.W, post paid.
Address (u:o. Fits. DAWSON,
1'. O. Box 4 4. Washington, D. C.
NEW LUMBER YARD.
COR. SEVENTEENTH ST. AM) COM
Tho undersigned Jhalng established a
nuw lumber yard lu connection with their
sawmill, aro prepared to lurnh.li nil kinds of
building material, such as
PINE, CYPRESS, POPLAR
And Ash Flooring, Siding. Celling, Ac.
Spoclal attention la rolled to our Meant-
boat, Wagon mid Agricultural Implement
Material, which will lie furnished on short
noiuo in larue orsman quantities.
A In.i.n ilnnl nf ..dun,. Inniii.,nn li.i.ul
.Ml w ...rvn V. ...(.,. IIUUU' VII I1UI114 ..I.
our mill, which will bo sold at f 8 to 0 per
thousand In carload lots. Also lath and
shingles furnished In any quantity.
UHAb), J-iAnUAHTJEll V l.O.
Ca llro.ll., August 1, 1874
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HU8E, LOOMIS & CO.,
Takes great pleasure In announcing t
they are now prepared to supply ovorybody
with lake ice of tbo very best quality, either
at their houses or at tho stores. Orders
should h left tit thu office, No, CO Ohio