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. JW ADVERTISEMENTS
FALL
STtTART GHOLSON.
Wc, take pleasure in announcing to
our friends, that our Stock of Fall and
Winter Qiois it now arriving. We
shallower, this ieaton d stock of Drew
Fahrict. Trimming, Fancy Goods,
Notion, tie., which for variety, ttyh
and cewllence of materia' excels any
tJtina to have, heretofore uil'crcd. Our
- a "
largt and increasing trade enables ut to
Uy from first hand at the Lett sources
of supply. Ahcays on the alert to gain
every advantage in print, ice arc happy
to ttate that this $eaton tec have recured
the mott attractive ttocli in the market,
at prices which tee gaurantcr. "Rock
Bottom." We afiirmom aUUly to du
plicate, Chicago and St. Louis prices,
w vrrn nvr.r 77 A MOST
f t US. A - - - - I
DESIIIABME GOODS, ALLOW)
JVC? JFJIZMnrnrziy f " " " "
rLATt MAKE NO BAD DEBTS,
AND WILL NOT BE UNDEll
SOLD BY ANY HOUSE IN THE
TRADE. A visit oj -inspection will
eown'nee purchasers of the cjclraordi'
mry bargains offered by the popular
and progressive one-price, cash Dry
Goods house of
Stuart & Gholson
lie gttltytn.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
SUNDAY, SEPT.'.? 1174.
WAIITEIS.
nut nadH.
Somebody to take from ui a thousand bill
heads Bo paper and llnely printed, for
?:i.mj to i.w. ,
ftlntemfi.l..
One thousand statements printed at The
Bullkiin oiuce lor f3.WKH.W.
Onn ltiniKitnit tintn tinaiH nrlll'cd at Till
Bulletin offlcc for Sl.COi two thousand tor
0.50.
Card.
nni ilintnanil business card, flno Bristol
board, printed at 'inn Bulletin oiuce tor
from to ?"-00, according to size.
Greo.t Bargains !
DOMESTICS,
TO SUIT THK TIMES, AT
DAN- HARTMAN'S
LONS DA L E,
flit, imlp t.rrr'fM.mtnHit fft.t IiIk l,j..ffil lf tlllt
name, at 121 cf per vard: KKIIT OK
LOOM, M els: WaMSUTTA XX, 17 cts;
Til intmTfivv hii. t... f.K.1 lt- .lAiif
competition at these price).
UNUliKAUUElJ UUUltt at ptICCI 111 prOi.
portion.
i mil niM) in rc-eipi ni a irzo invoice 01
GROS-ORAIN HUtUON'3, asortcd colon,
wntcu 1 win ten ai panic priced.
Delta. Cttr OioJLM.-Mr. T.X Bulll
van, tho druggist, on Commercial, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets, received
yesterday Are thouiand Holt a City cigars.
Thti brand Lu k big run from thoio that
uio the weed. Some good Judges pn-f.r
them to many ten cent cigar sold In town
n 5Ctf
XI. IIoDOE will only remain In lijwn
thli week go to him with your old plug
hat, raked from catt-away placet and
lumber rooais, and have a faihlonable
tile rnido to cover your head. The coit If
nlmoit nothing. 0-24 Ot
Ilooii9 to Rent. Mm. Slewatt, coiner
of l'oplar and Twelfth ttrooli, near Tiir.
Bulletin office, bus eeveral comfortable
roomi to rent, with board. Mr. Stewart
iprcads one if the bctt tablet in Cairo,
and her prlce aro reaionable.
tho Delmonlco
2C7.9-20.tf
t
caloon,
it for
THE BULLETIN
We .are rnakiog arrangements to
greatly Improve Till Ut'LtCTlK In p
pearance, and we aik the pitronage of
tho people of Calto that wa may "get
out of the wood." In the venture of the
telegraphic dlipatchei we were unfortu
nate, and get into debt, but we aro willing
to try again, In tho hope that enterplie
will at lait find Ita reward in Cairo.
Tub Uot oyitert at
llcitaurnnt.
l-'on Sale. Tho
owned by Henry
Egyptian
Iiittnor,
tale, together with tho Qxturca and ilock
and tho prlvllego of a lo of the build.
Ingon jood termi; alio, the cottago In
tho rear. For further Information, in
iiuira on tho nremlset. ,T-22.tf
Look Our run "JJAitrijiiNe. Mr. A.
Marx nat just returned from New York,
whoro Iio purchnfoJ one of tho tlnoit and
largest atock of clothing, gont't furnish
ing goodi, halt, otc, of tho very laleit
tyle, which ho will toll LOW EH than
the corner of Washington
Twelfth ttreot, Sunday oroning, October
4tb, 1674, Mr. Taylor wan formerly a
promtnent Melhodiit clergyman and a
prolenor In tome of their inilltutlont of
learning. He it a tclontlBc and eloquent
peaker. The public are cordially invited
Mr. Taylor will iecturo during the foil
Sunday! of October,
Hkmimhkr the Uppoiltlon meetiogat
the court houto to-morrow night.
IUturkkii. llev. Mr. AVallar hat been
returned by tho conference to Cairo, a
fact that will give much pleasure to hii
many friendt In thW city.
Uukfkk?., Mr. ltuofnor, of the Plan
ten' houto, it going to give hit gueitt and
boadon a treat at to-day t dinner. Hit
tabla will bo tupplled with everything
that tho market aQ'ordt and champagne to
wath It down.
avenue and '
lOUO.
Also, a lareo attortmeiit of tail and winter
.OT1IINO, OKNT8' UNDKUWEAK,
ItLANKUTS and UKHMAJJ 2UIL,TS
ami tco uciorc purwiasing rwwncre
Call
DR. ROGERS'
Ahrave ain may tutlerpatn, when Inlllcle
upon himself, heroically, blithe
CANNOT SEE HIS CHILI) SUFFER
There la ho olbor malady, incident to child-
oooo, uai is accompauien or more niuo
crlbable wrelchcdneu of the little ntiflari-r
than that
PRODUCED BY WORMS 5
asdwhen Uie parent fully .linderstandi tlio
aiaiaUon he will not delay a moment In re
curls the most prompt and cfllcleut rcmo
diet to Injure the expulsion of tho Intrudern.
The remedy may bo round In
db. booers' vegetable "worm
syhdp.
Pleue bear in mind that
KOGETtS' WORM STRUT
la the rcllalilv preparation.
BOQKU3' WORM SYRUP
Is a palpable preparation,
ROGERS' WORM SYRUP
, li liked by the children.
ROGERS' WORM SYRUP
poiltivelf dcitroys worm.
SOGERS' irOBJf 5Ytn
leaves no bad eOVcti.
ROGKliS' WORM SYRUP
Is highly recommended by phvMclane ami
it unquestionably the best worm medicine
to the world.
Price 25 cents. For aalo by all dnisglntf.
JOHN F. 1IE.NRY, CURRAN' & CO.,
Proprietors,
Buna 9 College Place, New York.
tho LOWEST.
figures.
All goods marked in plain
V!75-0-i4-tf
Kmv UooD. Tho now ttocl: of J
Burger, fur fall and winter, commenced
to arrive yesterday, and ovorybody
around hit ttore is busy taking in and
plllnc up tho now goods. Tho display It
vory tine, and tho tolcctiont have been
made with tntto and judgmont, as all can
satisfy themselvei by calling.
Mr.' Jonx 11. Oieblt will reply to
Senator Logan at Its court house tu-mor
raw ( Monday) night.
x Tha next ri-ulr commnnlca
fVtIon ut Cairo iMdgo H: !37, A. !
Vnd A. Mi will be lioM lo-morrofr
(Mondn.v) evening, at 7J o'clock. Visit
log brethren cordially invited to attend
11. F. II lake, Secretary.
Kotioe to Tf runLic Tho now
packing houto markot In "Wilcox's block,
will bo open Saturday next, with fresh
meats and now lard, at tho lowest market
prlco. uowe & una.
Uio-u-u-iru.
OPPOSITION MASS MEETING
RALLY, DEMOCRATS 1 RALLY LI II
I'.RAI.SI RALLY, EVERYBODY
OPPOSED TO RADICAL
RULE!
On Monday ovening, Heptomber iiftl)
in tbo court-home in Cairo, Hon. John
II. Oberly will roply to the lato upoech of
Senator Logan. All persons who dctiro
to know tho truth as contradistinguished
from Radical untruths, at fulminated by
Logan, lhould attend.
Tho opposition central commlttco will
make all noedful nrrangomont!.
Committer.
Stkayed or. Stolks. From tho resl-
dencoof Mrt. Johnson at Soxton't Creek
bridge, n largo brown horse, (mall ttar in
forehead, blind in right oyo, about sixteen
hands high, olovcn years old. Any ono
llnding Mm will be liberally rewarded by
hrlnglog him homoor letting me know that
1 may get him, Soi'iti.v Jounsov.
270-0-25-21
Get your oystort at tho Dolmonlco.
To Let. Roomi to rent In "Wilcox's
block, nt tho lowest pricos. 270.9-24-Ct
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
DKALKR8 IN
LUMBER
OF ALL KINDS, HARD AND 80! T,
Keep constantly on hand
FLOORING SIDING,
ALSO. LATH.
Conner 34th Street
llKHBMiiKR the Opposition mooting
at tho court boute to-morrow night.
LTBtET CnossiNos. City Jailer McCar
thy has a large cang at work cleaning tho
tlreet crossings.
SILK UAT31 BILK HATS I
Silk Ilata mado to ordor at A. Alan's,
70 Ohio Jovco.
MUUnd Yard,
and Ohio Levee.
Nmv Millinkiiv Ciooiis. Mrs. Swan
dor leaves the city on Monday morning
for a visit to St. Louis and Chicago, where
sho proposes tu purchaso a largo stock of
millinery goods. Mrs. Swander't woll
known good tastn in tho selection of halt
bonnets, ot, is an l ucemout lor the
adtes or Cairo to dofer purchasing their
ii millinery until they have an oppor
tunlty to oxamino Mrs. Swander't stock.
Mrs. Hui.tz hat Just returned from the
east with a full stock of mllliriery goodi
and ladlot', ralsset' and children's shoes;
also, a large stock of ladios' bair switches,
and goods belonging to tho millinery
trade, cull, hosiery, etc., with a large
lot of notions, which sho will toll cheaper
than any other placo in' Cairo, Storo on
the corner of Eleventh ttroot and "Wash
ington avonuc. 205.9.2'J.tf
MlLLtKBUY AND DbKBS-MaKINU.
Mrt. Smith Frllllngtdorf and Miss M. K.
llemlss will open on Saturday, tho 2Cth
Instant, at tbosouthwost corner of Sev
enth street and Washington avenue, a
select and fashionable stock of drett trim
mings, which they propoic to noil at fair
prices, and invite tho ladios of Cairo and
vicinity to call and examine. Mrs. F. It
now in St. Louis making purchases.
Dh. Parker has a supply of fresh ani
mal vaccine. OMlco Sixth street, botweon
Commercial and Washington avenues.
9-27-lt
ANNUAL FAIR
OV THK
MISSISSIPPI COUNTY
Agricultural & Mechanical
will be held at
CHARLESTON, MISSOURI
COMMENCING TUESDAY, SIH'T. 'Jin,
ASD
CONTINUING POl It
DAYS.
Railroads running throusu Cliarlektun will
carry passengers round trip for one and one
filtUfare.
Trains will leave Cairo as follows :
Verry-boat will leave Cairo landing at
a. m.
Trains leave Bird's Point at 8:30 a. m
Trains leave Charleston for Cairo about
6 P.m.
EsfAmpIc airaugemcnts litvo been made
for us socoininouauon oi visiion
dtd
J. 11, BKTUCNK, Scc'y.
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS 8PROAT & SON
Who It 1 1 c ai d PilidlDiidru in
PURE LAKE ICE,
Cairo, Ullbols, and Columbus, Kentucky
Cairo ofllce at Ilulen & Wilson's, corm r
Twelnh street and Ohio levee.
We will run an Ic wagon throughout t 0
Season, deliveries; pure lake lea in any purt
ot the cttr at the lowest market price, un1'
will alto lurnlsh our friends ouuido the elt
with Ice br the cake or car load, pu-ken I
saw dust, for shipment tu uny dlUnrc.
5-t 2d-tf
Dr. Jknkllb. Can bo found at hie
dental parlors on Elchth ttroot at all
hours. Best of references given as to pro
fessional ability.
Cot.ne's oyttor dopot and restaurant.
Oysters in tho eholl and can, fresh evory
day, at Phil Saup's old stand, bolwocn
Sixth and Sovonth streets, Cairo, ill.
A rir(E lino of ladies', misses' and
children's walking thoos, with oxtcnilon
or protection soles, just tho thing for Cairo
sidewalks, at A, Black's City Shoo Storo-
To Let with Uoahjj. A largo unfur
nished room on the first iloor In n prlvato
residence, ploasantly located In the busi
ness part of (bo city. Address, giving ref
erence, P. O, box, C8. U-2'l-Ct
L Tub St. Chakli: Hotkl has tovcraj
ploatant roomt on tho upper floor, suita
ble for gentlemen, that can bo secured for
tho winter, with board, at vory reasonable
ratos. tt
For your fresh Milwaukee bfor go to
"Our Saloon," on Eighth ttreot. You
know whero it it, south sido between
Commercial and Ltvoe. Milwaukee beer
always on lip and always freth.
285-9.2C-0t
Social Dakcs. Tho Carroll Bate Ball
elub will give a social bop at School's hall,
Tuesday ovonlng. The king ot fun, Mr
Phil Howard, it co-operating with the
committee, and promises a gocd timo to
those who attend,
COFF INS
T -WILCOX'S BLOCK FOB tl.0u
sMS-fr
Fon Sali Buoov. Wo desire to tell
a splendid buggyalmost new. We will
sell It at a great sacrifice. Persons desir
ing a good bargain In a buggy have now
an opportunity to obtain one.
Fbkhii oyttors or anything also you
want at tbo'Delmonico Restaurant open
day and nlgbt.
Max Kuiiinjc, tbo organ builder, I
ready at any time to tuno and repair
planot and rnolodeont, You may safely
trust your instruments to hit caro; you
will not bo deceived.
Fall Stock ok Boots and Suokb,
Mr. A, Black it now receiving bis ttock
of tall boots and shoes, which, from hit
experience, promises to bo tho bost eo
lecled In tho ctty. Always a careful and
closo purchaser, bo gives tbo public tho
advantages ho has to purchase at tbo vory
bottom price, for ho buys direct from tho
manufactories, for cash. Tbettoclc is very
largo and comploto, and the stylos of tho
latest and most approvod cut. 2CG-9-22-tf
Mattress and Furniturk Ma.nu
jacturks. Messrs. Sogrlst tind liar
man havo openod, on Washington avenue
between Thirteenth and Fourteenth
street a shop, whoro tboy propoto to do all
kinds of repairing on spring or common
mattresses, upholstering, sofas, loungos,
chairs, etc., and also ropalring and re
varnisbing.furnlturo of all descriptions.
They will sow and lay down carpett and
hang paper. Now mattresses and lurni-
turo mado to order. Teey have como to
Cairo to ttay, and respectfully solicit tho
patronage of tbo public. 283-9-26-lm
Dibsoluitoh or Partner!)!!!!'.. -The
partnership heretofore existing botweon
Daniel Artor and E, White, under the
firm namo of D. Artur & Co., It this day
dissolved by mutual content, both parties
rotlrlng.
Tho buslnoss will be continued by tboir
succeisors, Charles D, Arter and James
W. Stewart, under tho namo and stylo of
Arter & Stowart, who will pay all claims
against, and collect all bills due, the old
lirm of D. Artor A- Co.
Cairo, III, September 21st, 1874.
D. AriTKit,
E. Whits:,
C. D. Art Kit,
270 i.24.0t J. W. Stewart.
Luhueii Still Ooinq Down. At wo
aro dotermmod to cioso out our stoci:
speedily, preparatory to winding up bus
iness, we will toll alt kinds of lumber at
two dollars per thousand less than mar
ket prices, A largo lot of lath and stovo
wood on hand, which will be sold at cor
respondingly low ratos.
221-9-0-tf Wall A Exr.
Police Counr William Thomas, ar.
rolled by Shoehan on a charge ol va
grancy. Ho was asked to hand over llfty
dollars. It ii unnecessary to say that
William was unable to comply with this
request. He was anxious to leave Cairo
thongb, and askod the judgo to kindly
grant bim permission to do so, and tbo
last soen of him he was on his way to
Mound City.
Mary Coyuo and Katie IllglanJ, llv
log on Fifteenth streot, opposite tho cus
torn house, bad a little dispute and finally
mado up their minds to settle tbedlulculty
by pulling one another's hair. Policemen
Sbooban and Brown appeared on tho
scene of action and walked the couple bo
fore Judge Bird, who lined them five dol"
lart and costs. Being poor in pooket thay
werosent to tho McCarthy bouso to board
for twelve days at the expense of tbo city
Mr. John 11. Obkei.t will reply to
Senator Logan at the court' houio to-mor
row (Monday) night.
Roll ok Honor. Tho following pupils
In room No. 1 Thirteenth street school, are
untitled to havo their names on the roll ot
I honor for the week ondlng September 18
IS74': Minnie Powors, Ktta Victor
Fanny Wolsl, Ella Clodfeltor, Ellen
Law, Caroline Wbltoamp, Maud Kitten
bouse, Bottle Korsmeyer, Mary Hacker,
Hetty Willis, Emma Barry, Minnie
Kellio, Lilly Martin, Lizzie Parker, Belle
Redman, Ellon Hubler, Allte Alden
Minnie Balrd, Clara Igel, Eddlo Taylor,
Ludo Tessler, Willie Tessler, Itaao Mul
key, Jas. Sandusky, Alarlc Richardson
Zoraw Bocbet, Charley Splller, Philip
Baugb, Wm. Clark, Geo. Williamson
Joe Ronkkkr Is now in full control of
tho Washington bakery, and having
learned the wants of the public, is pro
Fob Sals. A good fruit farm, one
mile west of Cobea station, ou the I. 0.
R. It., and eighty rods east ol the Cairo
and St. Louis rallrcad. Said farm has a
llmo kiln working on it, and contains a
flno bed of lime rock. The fruit trect just
coming Into bearing, consist of apples,
peart, cborriot and plums. Also straw
berries, raipberries, blackberries, pie
plant, etc. Will be sold for a small sum
down, balance on long time1 Inquire of
J. Ltmbert, corner Eighteenth street and
Commercial avenue, or 0. Winston, Ohio
levoo, Cairo Illinois. !-27-2w
Cnr.Nce ron a oood Business Caiko
Railroad House. Desiring to retlro
from tho hotel business, I will giro to any
person satisfactory to the Illinois Central
uailroad company, tbo Railroad houio,
now kept by mo, corner Eighteenth street
and Commercial aronue, provided such
person wilt purchase tho furulturoof the
houso, which I will sell at n ressonable
price, and tako the business oil' my bands
Ithout dely. Furtbor particular! apply
at the Railroad house. 0-V7-31
Pebso.val. We And tha following
among the arrivalt at the St. Cuarlei.
L W Vance, Louisville; Capt Cutting,
Metropolis; N N Davis, Indianapolis;
Dsn Hogan, Mound City; W D Harrah,
Newark, New Jersey; Joseph Watts,
Liverpool, England ; W It Barrett, New
York; J B Rozler, St Louis.
Delmonlco We picked out tho follow
ing names from a page full of arrivals at
the Dslmonlco: J 1) Peters, Marshall,
Mlcblcau ; F Solomou, Chicago ; AV W
Whltmoro, Chicago; Dr O Mclntlre and
wife, Bloomlngton, Illinois ; II W Wilson
and wife, Pulaski.
Planters T 0 (Hover, bt Louis;
P P Parker, Holly Springs, Mississippi;
O Terrlll, Dlandvllle, Kentucky, are
a few of the gueMs atthe Planters' House
flMTIHKllll IIIMI HII Hi IHItlllllllBinwmWMIfMirmillllMltWMiiiiMMiMWIIMJ
I' w I'm 1 1 iiintn
SSSWSWIS ilMBtlMMl!lMUlttaqaittSlttWSSStHS
PHIL H. SATJF
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CONFEC
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
THE TRADE.
Do not Wny old candies, that have bcun kept over the
summer ami aro stale, claiming iiomo mauulacturc. AIho
see to your wcjght. Evory box ought to contain live pounds
not, or u ounces over nvo pounds, iinmoinbcr the place
Corner 8th St. and Washington Av.
The Only Place in tho City where You can get a Complete Assortment.
trimmed with satin; Mrs. Haythorn.drab
tllk, white oversklrt; Mines Sophie and
Bolle Fleming wore while, black lace
overdrotscs, Miss Josle Wioler, poplin,
whito oversklrt; Miss Minnie Hill, white
swIss; Miss Carter, of Mound City, white; . FnK( jurrLY. M r. P, FlUrerald ha
Misses hmma and Molllo Hiley, "UH i just rocclvod and bat on sate at hit sales
Mrt. Dr. Dunning, black tllk ; Mlis Annlo roon,( a lsr,0 ,lock uf Ktigllalt ale, porter,
JHBBfr 1 4-Or0M)EltCfAl. AV-
---UliX LUM, Dentin, has alwayt on
hand a fresh tlpi1y of Nlllo Oxide or
Laughing (lit, Tvrlh extracted at all
hours, day and night. tl-17-tf
Pitohor, black silk with white overdress
Mist Fannie Pitcher, whlto awiss with
pink trimming; Mrs. Pink brown silk
with black laco trimming; Miss Alollle
Webb ttrlppod silk, blue trimming; Mtss
McKealg whlto; Mitt ltattio Wheeler
groen and whlto ttrlpptd tllk and whlto
overdross; Mlis Irrto Steel whlto Swiss
with black lace jacket; Mirt Bottle Par
ker gray poplin ; Mrs. Charles Kyle gray
silk; Miss Lucy Wilson, white; Miss Jen
nlo MeKenate wat drossed In white trim
med with pink.
RIVER. NEWS.
! POUT LIST.
, PICTUFtESQUE AMERICA.
Parties having tho obovo book ready
for binding would do well, before sending
their books ell' with agents, to inquire at
tbo City ttlndery, whero tboy are bound
just as cheap and good and neat as in St.
Louis or I'tilrugu.
itfl-'.l.lTMH J. (J. 11UKI.B.
LETTER. LIST.
Tho followlug la a list of letters remain
ing in tho post-olTtoi uncalled for on Sat
urday, Semtomber 2tl, 1874 :
LADIES' LIST.
Adauis Annie
Barney Annlo
Task your bruised and battered and
mashed old tllk hats to M. Hodge, at the
Delmonlco hotel, and tboy will come
from hit hands bright and new, and In the
latest style, at may be seen all around
town now, Eierybody can afford totpor
new "plug" hat rnado from hto old one.
excursion ticksts. un and after
September -Utb excurtlon tfekett to
Louisville and Cincinnati, will bo told
by tho Cairo and Vlnconnet railroad
adeaneed to the following rates, good to
October 3rd : To Louisville and roturn
$14.15 ; to Cln:lnnati and return, $16.85,
Tho above Includes a ticket into the ex
po.ttion hall. Tickets for tale at the
general ofllce and at the Anchor Line
ofU:, 71 Ohio levee.
Bonnolt Llr.zio
Harden Adina
Coloman Paulino
Coakley A .1
try Mrs n
Utynn Mrt B
Hawkins Mary O
.tones Bettlo
Kilmartln Mrt P
Merien Marie
Robinson Avis
Sullivan Ellon
Taylor, Allco
Thomas Bllon
Williams Mrt 0
Walker Ilatlie
West Emma
GENTLEMEN'S LIBT.
Blr Hannah
Curby Rachel
Davis Katti
Gleason Msgglo
Garner G (1
Hunt Sarah F
Kenndy Margaret
Loldstono Bernette
Murpbv Mary
Staball Maggie
Sandridge Cora
Tannor Nancy A
Wilson Mary
Washington M
AHIIIVXII.
Steamer . I un Kisk, Psdusab;
II II Cooke, Kvantville
' Hollo Memphlit, Hi I.ouls
' City Choiter, Memphis
Mollle Moore, St loul
DEI'ARIEU.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducab,
" ii H Cooke, KvansvliU
llll Mompbis, Memphis
" City Chester. St I.ouls
' Mollle Mooro, New Orleans
' Mary Alice, brgs, New Orleans
BuATk to Liirt To-I)AT.-Steimtr
Jim Fisk, Padu.'ah; Silverthorne, Evans
villa: John Kvle, New Orleans; Cbero
koc. Cincinnati ; John V. Telle, City of
Vicksburg, St. Joseph, St. Louis ; Future
City and barg, fiew urieans ; rwr. v"
evleve, Vicksburg
Tlivan. Wcathki: and BrsINia.
Tha riror ! ..enmg a t feet
inches by the gauge bavin? riun 0 Incht
durinc tho previous 24 boa s. Same
v.rih.ivvTils thowers ft 1 at Interval
I yesterday and all the side lUe ms net
here are bank full. The ra Bl have nc
bten eenoral onouirb. alonz hi Ohio to
i do much good, but tbo Mississippi to St,
, Louis is rising rapidly. Business dull.
VTAit Di;it. ltivKii ItEroiiT,
beptember S, 1874.
Ilenneisy brandy and wines, and liquors
of all kinds, which ho will dispose of at
reasonable prices. 2S0-3-'J5-lm
SciiBNtK'a Pulmonic Siraur For tbe
uure of consumption, coughs and colJs
The grest virtuoln Ibis medicine Is that It
rlpent the matter and throws it out of tbe
system, purifies tbo blood, and thus effects
cure.
SCUENCk a SKA WEED TRBIC, YOn Till
cunB or DYarErsiA, iNDUESTioir, c.
Tbe tonic produces a healthy action ot
tho stomach, creating an appollte, forming
bylo, and curing the most obstinate cases
of indigestion.
SniENcK'a Manhkaub Pillh ron the
Ci;he or Ltvr.a UourLiiXT, Ac
Thoso pills are alterative, and produce
a heallby action of Ilia liver without thn
btast danger, as they are free from ca.
nine), and yet moro edacious In restoring
a healthy action of the liver.
Tnesn -remedies are a certain euro for
Consuroplon, as the Pulmonic Hyrup
ripens tbo matter and purines the blood
The Mandrake Pills act upon tho liver
create a healthy bile, and remove all dli-
eiies of the liver, often a causa
Ed
pirod to supply on call all demands fur
French loaf, Boston, Brown and Graham
bioad, and everything else ordinarily
found in a first-class bakery. Ho main
tains a full stock of confcotlonoriof, and
can, at woll at any other dealor In the
city, fill all ordon in that line.
C'sket baked, frosted or ornamontcd on
short notice Special attention given to
tho orders of wedding or picnic partios.
0-12-lf
Grand Ball Tho Carroll baseball
club will glvo a grand social bop at
Schools' hall, Tuesday ovonlnc, Septem
ber 20lb. The boys propose making tblt
one of tbe most pleasant aQ'alrs of the
ttaton. Tbo right kind of young men
aro at tho head of the affair, and we bepo
their highest oxpcctatlont may bo real
ized.
Tbo following are tbo commlttco of ar-
rangoments: J. T. Welch, -William
Toomey, John Campbell, K. F. Ollnps,
Floor managers Phil. Howard aud
James Carroll.
P.M. Lallv, Captain of Nine.
tM'i.D-lG.IW
Tiie barber suop it ou ne corner ot
Eighth ttreet and Commercial avenuo
wbero J. George Btienhouto with bis gon.
tlemanly asslttants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, readr to soothe
your foelingt with a smooth tbave, or cool
your temper and head with a good tham-
poo. It It a firtt-clati shop, and you are
turo of receiving Urtt-clatt treatment
Ladles' and ohlldron't hair cut or curlod
in the moil approved style. 8-16-tf.
Pbksonal. Krwin Maxwell, the oil
roan, of E. Maxwell & Co., St. Louis,
Bumgardnor
Brooks F C
Boettler S 5
Brvant B F
Coughlin Geo (2)
Clancy John S (3j
Ulnan John
Esqor Eddlo
Groen W It
Harkins I)
Uarrlson W II
Joyce John
Kelly unristopner
Kent W S
Loose Riche
Morris Frank
McIIaflie Josseo
Newsome Til
O'Sulllvan P J
Porter Marshall S
RobArtson D G
Renerdan Highland Summors Albert
Bmlin rrea oturman so.
Barstow, Gale W
Bray Kansady '
Bantr. Silas W
Coloman C D
Corcoran John
Dtrlngtnn David
Davey Jim
Gaily AS
Harris Murphy
Hammlllo K S
Hardin Wado
Jamison M II
Kysler Joseph
Lyons Joseph
Martin H V
Mllford Goo
McGregor Oliver
O'Donald .1 A
Pratt E T
Rankin David
Roblnton U W
Simmont Samuel
Smith R J
Steinman W E
Tamehil OS
Whltlock Wm
Portons calling
Steelo Palatine
Singleton Wm
Vraioer Henry
Wolsoy Jas Hall
Whoeler W W
for the above letters
will pleaso say "Advertised."
Geo. W.Mckbaio, 1'. M.
THE RECEPTION.
AN IMPERFECT DESCRIPTION OF
A NOTABJjE JSVISNT.
Tho complimentary hop tendered by
tbo St. Charles Club to Mr. and Mrs. 0
M. Uowe, on Friday night last, will long
be remembered by those present as a re
markable ad air. The rain which came on
at Intervals during the day and evening
delayed the presence of many until a late
hour. However, shortly aftor 0 e'clock,
Prof. Iloden's band startod up a march,
the guosts entered the ball room and tho
festlvlllts of the evening becan. Tho
party numbtrod about fifty couples
Suppor was announced at 12 o'cleok, and
was pronounced on of tbe best ever
served up at tbe St. Charles. Tbe cos
tumes of the ladles woro beautiful, many
of them elegant and costly, and til of
them becoming, We give below a de
scrlpllon of some of thsm:
Tbo brdo. Mrs. Charles Hows, looked
exceedingly well In drab silk and blue
patd Cairo a flying visit this week.
Mr. S.I.. U'lltliminn retlirnitrl M.
. .,. month.' sol.tim .. trimming; Mrs. C. Bradloy woro an el.
fJrlii.mUn Hn,t.. much imnro,,,! In Snt I'lnk grot-grain tllk; MU.es i.ou
.... i i i
health.
-Charles
P. Wiggins, representing
Fob Rknt. Tbo Bleloek house, corner
of Seventh and Walnut streets, contain
ing thirteen roomt, A No. 1 location for
a boarding house. To a good tenant tbe
above house will be rented at a low figure
Apply to 0. N. IluRhes, No. 03 Ohio
lovoe. 2&9-9-20-o-d-w
Owtn, Lane & Dyer, machine company,
of Bt. Louis, Is In the city on business,
stopping at tbe tit. Charles.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Stearnes, re
turned from their Michigan trlpllast
Friday. Mr. 8. looks hippy again.
LrcTOsrs. Tbe winter course of leo
tures before tbe Liberal Religious Associ
ation, of Cairo, will be opened by tbe Key,
T. B, Taylor, of ObUago, in tbtlr hall on
and Ella Walbridge wore white with pink
jllk.tleevelets Jacket; Mrt. Dr. Williams,
black silk white, overdress; Mfn Lemon,
t Belleville, wore grcs-graln black tllk
with jet trimming; Mittes Annie, Josie
and Jessie Pbllllt woro whit; Miss Ida
Harrell, wklt with pink trimming ; Miss
Annie Elliott, white elpaoca trimmed with
wbtte satin; Kiss Aittie Brown, or
tropolis, wora blue tllk wltln black lace
overdress; Mrs, Itlttenbouse, drab silk
white overdress with pink trimming
Mrs, Charles Cunningham, gray poplin
hTATIONh.
I Above I
lowwater.l
Change.
l'ittsbtirs;..
Cincinnati
Louisville..
Kvausvtlle
Nashvillu .
St. Luuu...
vt.
In.
(i
It
I
Kt.
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In.
s
I
nt I Tom nmnlloti. 100 De
Neoi ionic girea wuo
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circulation of healthy blood. Tha com
blned action of tbeso medicines, as thus.
explained, will cure every case of Con
sumption, II taken In lime, and the use o
hi. niAlinlii. nrtirrnfl in.
Dr. Schenck Is provisionally at bll
principal otllce, corner Sixth and Arcli
u.. I i . n . .1 1 . t - ... fnn. i
.3b. I UlinUUipU,., BIB, J UW,I J, -twv. m
all letters for advice must be addressed
Schenck's medlclnot for tale br Druirulitil
1-0-1-1 ra
HUGHES,
IHNUBAJYCB
C. N.
General Insurance
1 1 ! K 1 1 : K.
Ohio Levee, over Mathus &Uhl. i
General Items. Coroner Geisma
and his jurors still insist that tbo floater
they sat on day before yeslorday wat
dead.
One of tbe hands on tho Mary Alice
walked ovorboard late on Friday night,
and wat going under for tbo third time,
when a companion sprang In and rescued
him. It was a closo tbavo.
Tho B 11 Cooke brought 38 hhds to
bacco for New York and somo other
freight.
Tho Graey got off Brown's bar and re
turned to Kvantville.
Tbo Belle Mornphls bid no trouble In
getting out with a very fair cargo and
made somo additions here for Memphis,
The Jim Fisk brought out a cood trip
of boiler iron foi St Louis.
Tbo Molllo Moore addod nothing hero
but coal.
Tho City of Chester brought 8 bales of
cotton and 20 barrels of oil for New York.
Diver AI, Burrlss, who raised the barge
Marble City and stayed with It until it
arrived' at St. Louis, returned yester
day. He says that when tbe engine of
tbe Jim lttose let go, tt blew tbe piston
rod nd plttman overboard In 20 feet; of
watiir.
N OT1CE.
On tbo Cth of August my wife and son
tried to raurdor me, I think, and I was
only saved by tho interference or Mrs.
Annn Goucber and Kato Lawrcnco.
They sent for Frank Goucber, at tbo
brick; yard, who brought live colored mon
with him, tlod tho old woman and boy,
and nont for tho doctor for so and tho
policeman for them. I let this matter
drop, but sho has been raising a disturb
ance and drinking whlskoy ever slneo,
andnn the Mb of September, two wooks
ago, I am glad to say, she left my bed and
boiinl without my consent, and, 1 am
sorry to say, took evorythlns in Ihe way
of plundor or furniture thai tho houso
conta ined, hiring a wagon for tbe pur
poto, only leaving for me a bedstead and
blank M. Therefore, all portons are noil
fled nft to harbor or trust her on my ao
count, as I will pay no dobls of her con
tracllnj;, I have no loubt sbo is able to
pay her own debts, at she she has gono to
market all summer regularly every
morning and came home drunk every
night, keeping all tho money she received
and never dividing a cent with me.
74.9-24-31 Alhebt Sctr.ns.
SGrA'oue. hut firtt-chiss Oompanifi
iep retailed.
INSURANCE.
KSTAT!LIBHF.I 18!)8.
SatTord. Morris & Cande-
Insurance Agents,
73 Ohio Lovce, City National Bana
iluilding, UAIRO, ILLS,
r to oldt-it established Agency in Souths
Illinois, representing over
S65 000.000.00.
IIABltM
FIRST NATIONAL
OF CAIRO
BAM
it. W. MILLKlt, Preildont, 3
.1. M. PHILLIPS, Vice President,
OHAS. CUNNINGHAM, CaUilei.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY" MAI
EXCHANGE, roin, bank notes I td Unl
atklcn securities Dotigiu uuu oiu.
Interest allowed on llmo dcpos
THE CITY NATIONAIj
BANK.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
$100,(1
orricxBS.
tt- 1. II i I I in. V lrati1lnt!
11 KN it Y L. HALL1DAY, Vlco Pri-sM
A. B. HAKFOltn, Cashier:
WALTER II YSLOl', Ass&tant Cathie
DUKCTOBS.
RtiithTayloH. It. II. .CONNINnW
SI 7. II 1M.I DAY. W. P. UALLIDAY
G fi WILLIAMSON, HTKMIKN JllltP,
A. B. SAVFORH.
Exchange, Coin and United; 8U
Bonds Bougtu ana aoia.
DEPOSITS recctved.and a general bank
buiinet'i none.

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