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FRIDAY, OOTOUER 0, 1874.
c!l TUfrut tit Oily and Conntr
I011N B. OBKBLY. Editor ml I'ubllsher
XEHHB OK TUB DAILY UUIAKTIK
One wk,tT carter
year by okhier, In advance 10 00
Ou reu by toiler .if not VU in
ftdrtaM,... . 3 00
bo Bontt.bT mull 100
Ammonite & 00
UtBortte..... i t
Ok TMT 10 W
TtlUi Of 'VrXXKLT BULLVrtN,
OA VIX 91 00
Six MobUii , 7S
Hirst Mftth W
Invariably In advance
Mdlni ntftftor on every pnffo.
was appoltilcdby tho Domocralie-Lib'
oral oonvontion that met at Anna,
Seplcmbor 4, 1874, and nominated
candidates Tor tho logislnturo in the
Fiftieth Senatorial District :
Aloxandor, H if Btako, J O Lynch.
Jackson, 1 Million, .loseph Cully.
Union, Oliver uw, T ai onno.
At Largo, T V Bouton, of Union.
Thu entire Indian population of tbo
Unltod States now numbers 332,120. Kat
of tbo Rooky Mountains, Uvo 183.415 ;
wott of tho Hockv Moautalni tbero arc
Tub conetots ol the Protestant iSpisco
pal cburcb It now In session In New York
cllv. Many Important quottloni wilt
come before It among theso tbo notion of
tho congress on tho Reformed iplicopoi
church will bo paramount in Intorest.
natural character of tho Tliltallnn wni cc
cloilftstlcally affirmed by tho I'opo of
Rome. Four yoara boforo, tho I'opo had
pToolatmcd tho theory of the Immaculate
Conception as ono of tho dogma of tho
church, and the appoaranco of tho Holy
Mother to Mario llornnrde was ac
cepted m tho direct manipulation of tho
approval of hoavn upon tuo proclamation
of tho church.
Slnco this ovont. tho little town of
Lourdes bai Increased rapidly In wealth
aucl Importance, lis hololi will now accom
modato nt many as tlx thousand visitors.
Tho chapel erected on the rock Mania
boillo, Ii ono of tho most tmutlful In Eu-
rono. nod U vitltod ly vat humbori of
Oathollo doTolocs of both Kuropo and
Democratic State Ticket.
For State Treasurer
For Superintendent ot l'ubllo Instruction
8. M. ETTEll.
For Congress Eighteenth District,
For HeproonUtref-KJHJoUi V.ttrM.
Tiik Domocrallc-Llboral congrcnlonal
committee should spcodlly nrrnngo for ft
thorough canvsts of tho district. Tho
Djmoorntlo I-lhsral Iradcn nro champing
tho bit, and aro anxious to bo lot looio
among tbo people
SnKATon JoNXS, of Nebraska, it Is said,
Is shortly to be married to n San Fran
cisco lady. Senator Jones is perhaps the
richest man In tho United Statos congress,
and Mr. Jonos will bo a lady ol Import
anco In Waihlogton socloty.
First The restoration ot gold and silver
as tbotiaslsot tbo currency; the resumption
ol speclo payments as toon as possible with
out disaster to tho business of tbo country,
by steadily opposing Inflation and by the
payment of tho national indebtedness In the
money ot tho civilized world.
Bbcoxd Frco commerce ; no tariff for any
other purpose but rovenuo.
Third Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary laws.
Fourth Tho right and duty of tho
Stalo to protect Its citizens from extortion
and unjust discrimination by chartered
Fith Weld rostrletlon ot the covcrn
rucnt, both Bute and National, to tho legit
imate domain of political power by oxclud
ing therefrom all oxecutlve and legislative
Intermeddling "with the affairs of Society
whereby monopolies aro fostered, prlvll
edged clasci aggrandized, and ludlrldua
freedom unnecessarily and oppressively
Tnr. Aloxander county Domocratic-Lib-
oral commltteo will moot at tho olllce ct
John Q. Ilnrman, Eiq., on Saturday night
next. Thts mooting will probably deter
mine what work Is necotenry to be done
tu this city and county to socttro tho suc
cess of Mr. Ilartzoll.
TUB noMK.'OV MKIlCO's hULKP.3.
A letter from Mexico suys :
Uutsldo of tbo dir. lint amonc tho
points of Interest stand Obuiiultopec,
onco tho rural palaco of tho Spanish Vice
roys, ana alter tno overtiirow ot too colo
nial roglmo long iliiuied and ubahdunou,
until tno ndventof Maximilian, fho com
menced tho restoration of tho rulimd pal -aco
andmadolt his nmnior residence.
Tho place Is situated about throe miles
from tbo City of Moxlco, und can bo
reached by n broad, straight avenue, tor
carriages or podeitrlar.s. ur by tho burse
cars to Tacubaya, which bring you within
a stono s-throw, or by tho .Mexico ana
Tlalnam railway. toiilni,' nt tho
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l'ALtixn will no uouot i Knmt j,Brk (. As you rntor theso
gates a low steps load you into forott or
such troos as only California can cnual.
llox. Jons M
.n..l- . w,.r,l In Itmo.' It lit! 'lan U(f
of tbo campaign, Somobody should, and
pocdily, AVbat Is tho use of a political
canvaii, If nobody says anything nobody
From Randolph, Terry, Jackson, Yvll
llamson and Union counties wo hnvo on
couraglng report! of tbo congressional
canvass. Mr. Ilarlzoll has vlsitod thoto
counties and has worked to good advniv
tago. During tho fow woeks of tho can
vats that ramaln bo will visit l'ulatki,
Johnson, Maissc and I'opo counties, and
maVo tbo acquaintance of tbo pooplo.
Wo aro conudont tbat whorovor bo goes
bo will leavo a good Impression.
Tho following Contral Committee
vraa nppointod by tho Hopublican con
gressional convention that met a
Mound City, August 13, 1874 :
Alexander county, G.VV. McKealg;
Jackson, Bonj. Li. Wiley;
Johnson, A. J. Aldon;
Massac, Honry Armstrong ;
Perrv, 8. J. Parks j
Pope, II. D. Bakor ;
Polaskl, George W. Mortz, Sr.;
Randolph, D. It. MoMastcre;
i Union, B. B, Btlnion ;
"Williamson, Milo Krwin.
Tho foIlovcinK Contral Committco
wai appointed by (ho ItepuMi'cati cou
y rontJon ot tbo PiAieth senatorial dis
"trict, hold at Mound City, August 13
J Alexandor county, E. . Walbrldgo ;
1 Jackson, Ezra B. Pellott ;
Union, T. U. Phillips.
Title varisuK railway reports show a con
sldorablo falling off of rnllroad oarning this
year as compared with those of last, whllo
a very few show an Incroase. The earn
lngs of tbo Mobllo and Ohio road fur the
month of August, 1873, wore J1C9,0GP ; for
August, 1874, they woro $1)0,089 ; in
August, 1873, tho Illinois Central oarnod
$709,748; August, 1871, It oarnod $708,
808. Tho Ualo and Mississippi road was
ono of the fow which incroaiod its earn
ings; In Auguit, 1873, they amounted to
$300,601; In August, 1874, tboy reached
tho sum ot $324,300.
At tho Dcmocratio congressional
convention, hold nt Anna, September
8, 1874, tho following Central Com
mltteo for tho Eighteenth district was
Porrv. E. B. Rusher:
Williamson, O. W. Qoddard ;
Jackson, O. W. Androws;
Union, Hugh Androws;
Johnson, I. K. Pierce;
Massac, J. W. Thrift;
Pope, D. B. Field ;
Pulaski, Obod Edion ;
Alexander, John H. Ubnrly ;
At Largo, Judge F. Brois, Cairo.
Tbo following executivo committco
for Union county was appointed by
thcDotnocratio county convention that
met in Jonesboro, August 24, 1874 ;
Judge M. O. Crawford ;
i O. H.Krobj
Tub Tlly Republic, 1'rosidont O rant's
now organ, which began llfojln Nov York
city this woo it, docs not begin nt n
struggling Journal by any moans. It bas
a paid up capital cf $300,000. It has m
full oorps of ceil tore, nil of wh)m havo had
largo oxporionco la odltorlal dutlos. Tho
paper will take the placo of tho Times, tbo
former Now York administration jour"
nal. Wo havo rocolved tho initial tinnor
and And It a handeomo, well prtntod shoot,
In sizo like tho New York llaralu, in ap
poaranco llko tho SI, Louis Globo. Tho
prico of tbo papor is throo cents a number,
tho yearly subscription oight dollars by
Tho lollowtng Stato committee waa
appointed by tho Demooratio-Opposi
tion convention, at Springfield, August
1st District, Egbert Jameson, Chicago
2d District, Wra. J. Onaban, Chicago
3d District, F. II. O. Wlnton, Chicago
4th District, A. M. Harrington, tlenova.
6th DUUlot, Win. Wright, Freoport.
eth District, J. B. Drako, Rock Iiland,
1th District, O'eo. W. Ravens, Ottawa.
8th District, Washington E. Cook,
9th District Ohas. P. Klne, Peoria
10th District, David E, Hoad, Cartbtgo.
inn uistnci, J. Ji. iium, ritteueiu.
12th Dlitrlct. E.l..ilerrltt. Bprlnutleld
13th District. John A. Mallory.IIavana
14th District, J II. Butby, Champaign
16th District, N. O. Robinson. Hfllng
16th Dlitrlct, O. I. Iloilei, Groenville
17th District, W. U, Krome, Edwards.
18th District, V. 11. Clroon. Cairo.
10th District, James l'.Roblnson,01noy.
At Large, N. B. Miller, Chicago.
Al Large, R. W. Towneond, bbawneo
town. At Large, Win. Brown, Jacksonville
Mr. Urown was elected chairman of
Some months ago, a bold attempt to
blackmail Fernando Wood was made by
a roguo and his wife In Washington city.
Mr. Wood did not hide tho letter or put
it in tbo hands of a frlond. IIo had the
blackmailer arrested, and a few days ago
ho was sontonccd by the criminal court to
three yoara imprisonment for his crlmo
Tbo Now York Herald Is 'glad to seo that
tho law takos notice of such transactions
in Washington' and cites tho clrcumstanco
as an encouraging ono to Mr. Becchor in
bis tardy appeal to tho law to vindicate
hi in of tho 'slanderous' charges made by
Tilton and Bowen. Tho llorald gives to
tho Maw' In Washington tbo praito justly
belonging to Mr. Wood. Ills promptness
to invoke tho law against ttie man who at
tempted to blackmail him carried convic
tion of his lnnoconcp to ovory person cog
nizant of the circumstunce. If Mr
Beccbar had ha! the samo coniclousuois
of L'uiitlossnoct, the Uruoklvn scandal
would at this time havo boon one ot tbu
things of tho past, Instead of dragging its
slow longth along, a stain on tbo pugos of
Tbo first that attracted our notlco stood
isolated, and the trunk iiicnsurod n clr-
curaforonco of forty-two feci; n short dls-
mucu nuuau n ciump ot lour or llvu lur
nlihcd shade enough for n oncampmont,
nnu as wo nuvanceu iney grow moro anil
mora numurous. ma trco is a sort ot.
willow, with droonlnc fol see. craeoful
outspreading brancbo;, and, as may wall
do concoivoa, oi majosuc tearing. JIany
of tho oldost aro almost whlto with mois
banciDK from tho branches. This forest
lies at tho baso of n s.cep hill,
crowned with the tin aco of thu
Viceroys and Maximilian, nod now
allotted ns a rosidonco to tbo prosidonts of
tuo republic. Alter n long walk wo camo
out ot tho woods u no ii tuo roar of tbo
building, und cllmbiug up, aided by omo
iwo uunurcu stono stoiu convenient v
placod al tbo stucpest passes In thoasount,
wu rtacuuu iuo couri yara ot tuo ouiiuing
a romantic spot rich with lluwurs, fouu
tains and statue. Tho Immense buildluir
it ontiroly In tho hands of workmen, who
aro renovating tho habiluble nortijns and
complotlog tho now work which tlio arch
duke lott unllnlshod. The furnituro utod
oy tho imperial housobold is buddiod poll
moll into tho larcodlhbir hall. Tho rooms
occupied by Jlaxmilian open upon a wido
balcony which commands'a view such us
no olhur balcony can rival. On ono sldo
strotobos tho fsrtilo vnlloy to tho utmost
iimn oi ino uorizon, ana so far beneath
mo gazer that ovory featuru ot tho land
scape can bo discerned at onco. On an
other side tho sun shlnos unon tho
of tho largo lakes that IIo tit tho base of a
mountain runiio from which rise tho twin
snow crowned volcanoes of 1'opocatapetl
and lstacclhuati, each ovory way
as glorious as Orizaba. Directly
in front of us tho panorama of
tbo city; immediately bolow aud about
aro oxtonslvo flowor gardons and tho giant
forest of whloh 1 h&vo spoken, whllo
ahovo us bonds a sky of spotless bluo,
friniroit only by silvery clouds of stuln-
los whito. Wo wander through tho many
ufiiis nnu conieuipiato wun strange fool
lacs tlio oeirnmlnL' of AlnxmllliHti'H
kou plans, a becinnim: which mvnt nlnln
Indlcrttioii tbat his reslOMtiuti of this pal
aco which ho had christenod "Thu Alca
zar" would havu been murked with
tho samo tusto that made Mira
mar n gem among tho royal
hormltasos of Europu. Wo make
our exit through tho imperial gatowny
vnpptu wiu oiasiic statues, upon u emootli
avonuo, which, with a gontlo declivity,
winds about loading us into tho gardons
below, and out again into tbo highway.
This avenue, too, is tho work of Muxmil
Ian, for with the Viceroys this was a
quasi fortrots to which It vrm not ndvltu
bio to furnish oasy accost, as It com
manded thu approach to Moxlco, and, it
will bo remomborod, sorved in 1847 us a
last intronchmcnt to stay tbo march of
tbo American army.
moro Important duty to porform than that
of gratitude It owot to lltolf to show that
lis liag.uoca not noat over iauu ur u
" . . 1 1 . its r a j
where it cannot protect tno nmoi iu
PAPBK ON PATENT LEATHER
Tho subttanco called patent leather is
an Invention of Profeitor Dawldowsky,
who has occupied hlmeolf for n num bor of
years with tho question bow to glyo a
blghor valuo to papor, tho cheapest male
rial for surlacos. In pursuing this object,
bo fixed his attention for nuny years ou
tho manufacture of parchaent from paper
by the employment of diluted sulpnurlo
acid, by which process paper Is gradually
cbaugod Into parchment, and attaint
somewhat of tho consistency cf animal
skin. But ha turned hlsH'Hl to a. far
moro practical account jt to pro
duce n tubstanco from paper which could
be utod In ti'ny Instaticos luntoad cf
leather. Ho had beon able, through thu
uso of sulphuric acid, to Incruuto the thick
nost ot paper fivefold, hut tho question
was how to give to this parchment
whloh aftor drying becauia brittle, and
cracked when bent - flexibility and olss
tlcity, and to rnalio It resemblti loathor In
color and HnUh
As was soon from the two largo cases of
pilont loattor which were shown by him
at the Vienna Exhibition, Oroup XI,,
Austrian depnrtmont, ho attained his ob
ject. Thu first cato contained skins in all
colors, and of all kinds ol Uniib, resemb
ling In form natural skins, although tho
exhibitor has not thn remotest idea of
manufacturing his leather In the un
wleldly hide lorm, at tho long open rolls
mspen led from tho lop of tlio high caie
provmi. Ilia pnllorna Woro itxed on n
email board, wMoli tlio pub Ho weru por
mlitod to touch; tho fvollng was dry, soft,
iluxiblo, and many pieces may oven have
docoived tho practical man.
in tno urst plaro, tho split theop loather
used for hat lining wat imitated ; strips in
all colors and forms, troatnd oxactly llko
lemner, wero oxniuitcu. ror tho lining
of hats patent leather Is said to oxcol the
natural loathor .ir. cortaln rcspoctt. Re
tag waturproof, it does not absorb tbo
pomuraliun, anil It can conseouentlv
neither bo spoilod lttolf,'nor can tho hat
bo eponod turoiigh it.
In tho socond caso minor loather wat
exhibited, uicd for fancy loather work of
all Ktnar, ospcclally tbat for tho use of
bookbinders, Tho leathor showed several
shagreen dressings, was exhibited in rolls
aim ui piecos a metro taitaro. and nre-
aunica nu colors anu snauos. A
great soloction of finished work,
such as wrillnc pads bound books.
albums, pocket books, writing and music
cases, casos lor watcuet ana jowoiry, lao
ios' cuffs, etc., proved that tho now mate.
rial may bo utilized in a variety of ways
and that it may be fastoned, gilded,
pressed, finished, and pointed llko leather.
It It oaey to eco that an article of such
manifold appltcably has a large Held be
fore it, and, as tho inventor has boon ablo
to outer into partnership with a practical
man, tbo prosporous continuance of tbo
now Industry is Insured. Deutscho
Hotel and Restauraunt
122 Commercial Avenue.
Two doors north cf Cairo and Vtnccnnes Kiilroad
trusty watch kept nlglil and day for
"Trains and Steamboats.
THE BEST OL' ACCOMMODATIOSS
for trancient guests at
K, Tho lolloWiDg Central Committco
vraa appointed by tho Dcmocratio con-
vouuuu ui Aicxauuvr cuuuiy, ui vairo,
t,!AUgUBt XJ, 1871;
M Clear Creek, Thomas J. McCIure.
t Ctoote Island, O, tireenley.
Dog Tooth, N. Uuntaeker.
1 M Uarlewood, Jamet K. McCrlto.
BanU Fo, J. W. Renfrow.
North CalrOw.T 11 MetcalCM 11 Uarrnll.
T Vf HaUiday tad Jmr s Carroll, '
!i Douin uuu, uouu m uociraao, Joon
Bowl, J odd Jlogao ana Dr. V. Arter.
Tbo followiug Ccutral Committoo
OUR LADY OF LOURDES.
Many of tho American! who went to
Europe last summer on a pilgrimage
to Lourdos, llngerod through the summer
and now, as tho autumn days aro longth
ening Into winter, are turning their stops
homeward. Tboy glvolntorcitint; accounts
of their Journey to Lourdos, tbo point to
which the journoy was made, and their
subsoquont visit to Romo, whoro tho I'opo
gavo tbem an audionco and his blessing,
Tho pilgrimago was made to Lourdos,
small town In tbo south of France, and
tbo clrcumstanco which gavo it ashrin
at which Catholics worship wis as fol
In tho summor of 1853, Mario Bernardo
Boublrous, aged lourtoen yoart, lived In
Lourdes. Ignorant, poor and simple, sho
was yet a uood girl and a devout Catholic,
and worked Industriously ut what her hand
found to do. Ono day, while picking up
kindling wood at tho bsto of tho rock Mai
sabtilU, ono of tho spurs of tho J'yronoes,
tho Image of tho Virgin Mary appeared
to her. Marie told her fatally and friendt
and Jnformod them subsequently of
olghtoen visitations of tho Virgin, and
tbat upon the lost ono the had uttered
theso wordti'I am the Immaculato Concep
tion.' Tho Bishop of Lourdes appointed
commission of clergymen and prelates,
who, alter a searching investigation, pro.
counced tho narratlvo true,and Jtho super-
CAPTAIN. HALL'S MYcTERIOUS
1'roin tho Brooklyn Argus.
Whoii Captain Hall's dmtth was an
nounced In May of last year, tho thoory
was broached that .ho had been poisoned
by an onviout rival. Captain Tyson was
tho sworn frlond of Captain Hall. Under
peculiar circumstances Captain Tyson
una a low other porsons wero left on a iloo
ot ice in tbo upper part of Baflln's Bay,
ust as the loni; n!i;ht ol tho Arctic winter
was coming on, whllo all tho otllcors and
tbo remainder of tho crow of tbo Polaris
toamed into a protected cove. Through
unparallelod hardship and suffering tiapt.
Tyson's party floatod all winter on tho
Ico, and wero moro than six months alter
the separation picked up eighteen hun
dred tulles from their starting point by a
The story toiu by iuo roscuou party wat
so extraordinary that thu govornmont
bad thorn all immediately trautportea to
Washington, nod, sporatea Irom eauh
other, took their depositions in regard to
the doathof uapt. ll'all. Tha government
olllcers undertook to silence tho story of
foul play toward uapt. llall, ana very
uuia nat boon saia nuouiu unco, xiiai
they woro convlncod of Capt. Tyson's
siMomont, is oviaont, irom tho ract that
tboy, on tbo part of tbo govornmont,
placod Capt. Tyson in command of an ex
pedition to search for tho misting Polaris
and tbo remainder of tho crow. This
would not have bdon done bad not con
fldonco boon placed in his stateiuont.
ins UJiury 01 uapt, Tyson hai nt
longth beon published, in intensity of in
torctt no fiction surnaasus It. That nnr
tlon ot tho dlury written aftur sotmratlon
from tbo PolarU was poncllod In u pocket
memorandum book, with almost Irozon
lliigors thu moroury congealed and by
the dim light of tho horoalia and an Arc
tic moon. It boars Internal ovidonco of
truth, simplicity and exactness. That part
roiaung iu 11111 nuieceaonts or llall s death
had to ho writton from moro slender data.
his original memoranda having boon loft
on board tho I'olarls. Wboovor roads Tv
eon's statement In regard to tho Joalouty
of tho olllcors, Insubordination of tbo crow.
and tho singular death of Capt. Hall, mutt
bo convincod that ho was poisoned. Tho
nmttor should not rett bore. Tho govern
ment ought, boforo tbu time, to havo
made a vlgorout examination, procured
tho remains of Captain Hall, and bold the
cnttro crow of tbo Talaris as witnesses.
The book roforrcd to, called Arctic Expe
rience, will revive an interest in this ques
tion, and tho frionds of Captain Hall will
doubtless Insist upon a proper Investiga
tion. Captain Hall died in tbo interest
of tcionco. at did Livingttono in Africa.
Tbo English government procured and
carried tho romaint of Livingttono to En
gland, and intorrod them among hit fel
low citizens, with tbo honor due from n
grateful poople. Our govornmont has a
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, &c.
tSTI will kcll In car load lots at manufao-
turcrs prices, adding freight.
COFFEY, nARKlSON & CO.,
(Successors to D, llurd ft Son,)
3TO Ki-WA.U,DIlSr 3
ArfD Commission Merchants,
ri.4im,HAIN ANU HAT.
No (13 Ohio Lnvno, CAIRO, ILLH
Wood Rittonliouse & Bother
Geneiiai, Commission Merchant,
183 Ohio Lovco, Cairo.
Z. I). Jlathum
E. O. up
MATHUSS & UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
11. A. Thorns Lt D Tnorm
TIIOMB & UROTHBH,
Buccesoera to II, M.Uulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,' BROKER
iNi) caiLxna in
Htnplu t Fancy (irncorlwa,
foreign ami Doraettlo
13t Oommorclal Avenue,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
ixuaatT Yi-atisTi trooK xtr ram 0
QOOUH SOLD VJCRY OLOBK.
lorns-r or Hlnitiatti strMtttpa Von
O. O. l'ATUSli
VrilOTiKSALIS AND RKTAIIj
KllSfS INI) PAINT AID i
, ... per:. t
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, Tatent Medicines, I'crfuniery, Soaps, Brushes,
Toilett Articles, JJruggisvs l'ancy uoous, L'oiiicr Vvinte
Lead and Other Grades, Taints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, "Wax Flower Material, 'IVbo Colors, Dye
Shifts, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wo Solicit correspondence anil order from DniCKlsti, I'liwlclana and Oencral Stores
In wantot GooiUInotir l.lno. ateamhout. 1'lsntatlim ami Family Jlcufclno cases lurn
Ishoil or Itelllled with Iteliahlo Drugs at lteakonahlo Hates'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION,
7 1 Ohio Levee. IViiHlilngton Ave. cor. r.lt'iitli St.
A man Intending to do business must
fli-st prepare lnmtclf to meet tho re
quirements of Ills customers? next he
must lot every possihlo or prohahle
customer know that lie Is so prepared,
In a very small plncolio may TKLL nil
the pooplo what ho cnnilo. Innlnreo
vlllago u printed lmndblll, poster or
circular, properly distributed, will bo
clllcnclouj, but WH0EVKU IS IX A
PLACE LARUE LWOUUII TO SUP
PORT A XElVSPAPEIt WILL FIN II
THAT IT IS THE CHEAPEST MEDIUM
THROUGH WHICH TO ADDUESSTHE
'! R ft''!
STUAHT & G1EOLSON.
Wc tuf.c venture in announciiu to
our friends that vur ttoek of Fall ami
ll'infcr Good is now arriving. H'c
s7i(i7 offer this teuton a sloth of Dress
Fabrics. Trimmings, Fancy Goods,
Notions, etc., which for varutj, style
and excellence of material, excels any
thing ice have heretofore, oj'ered. Our
large and increasing trade, enables us to
buy from first hands at the letl sources
of supply. Always on the alert to gain
every advantage in jiricm, we are happy
to state that this season tee. have stcuml
the most attractive, stock in the market,
at yriees which we gauranhe "Jioeh
Jkittom." We affirm our ability to du
plicate Chicago and fit. Jiouis prices.
'e KEEP ONLY THE MOST
DESMABME GOODS, A 1,1,0 IV
NO KEMiVANTS TO ACCUMU
LATE, MAKE NO HAD DEBTS
AND WILL NOT BE FN I) Eli
SOLD 111' ANY HOUSE IN THE
TRADE. A visit 0 inspection will
convince purchanrs of the.' extraordi
nary bargains offered by the popular
and progressive one-price, rash Dry
Goods house of
Stuart & Gholson.
THE CAIRO CITY
Are prepared to supply customers'
with the bast 1
I.KAVR OllDEItS AT
JSTIIalllilay llro.'e oillee, No. 70
UST Uullluiiy llro. Wharfhoat
UST At Egyptian 311ll; or
jPTTAt tho coal ilumn. foot ol
Smiil Inducements to Lir;i Consumers
Vuloan Ikon Work"
JOHN T. ItENNIB, ?t. .
M AOHINB SHOP
Kohoes and Pirn Fittiho,
Manuucturoa ana ropairon.
Special attention given to llfrht and heavy
forulne, houc,hrIrtse. railroad anil Jail work
and all work of a Klmllar character.
Steam and gas titling in all IU hrauches,
A full assortment of Morris, Tusker ,1c (Jo'i
Philadelphia pipe and Uttlngs. llrafsgoodt
etc., and gas fixtures always on hand.
PIPING OP HOUSE FOR GAM
MAT) 11 A SPECIALTY.
Agent for Cameron h special Mean pumr
anil holler feeder. Tho best manufactured,
CoII'h patent nyphou pumps, and Judion'i
patent governor and governor valve.
Tho lollowlnK ongtnes, etc., for a1e ;
Two steamboat engines, 181 inch bore ot
cylinder; five feet Btroko, audlngondordei,
Ono steamboat shaft and crank; wrot Irou
Ono enelno for hoUtinc; freight; 74X10,
Ono 10X520 saw mill engine, with shaft and
crank for inuly or gang taw, socond hand.
One new 7X12 engine; my own manufac
ture. Also, a second-hand ttavo cutting ma
chine and Jointer, und warchouso hoisting
Knglnes und machinery of all kinds bought
Ooa l and Wood Yard.
Wood Collins, OiifkcU and Motalle Cases,
from tfl to if T5, ut Wilcox's Illock, eu-t side
of WmihlmrtMli iivnllllu. between Telltll. IllUl
a day oUARANTtrtrn
uiotcur WELL AUGER AND
UN I tun rooa lemwrjr. mrjiUOT
TaTlMOKIAl FKOSI UOTCKNORS
Of IOWA. AKKAK8AH AKrTriAKfYrA.
CtUloeunrm. W, GIL8,fcl.lAul.Ua.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
Kept constantly on hand at Roh& Yard,
Commcr).til avenue, opposite Hross' Jlulld
ing. Orders promptly tilled, Coal and Wood
delivered lico of charge, 'lorm sMrletly