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IU.tLMA.D3. . 4
LLIN01S UBHTRAL HAmtOAD.
HIAINB IK AVE CAIRO
, ml t 12:15 f.nj.,..4 Dally.
.Freight 4:0) i.Ri.....ezeotit 8unday
Freight at UtM .m....
sreigut at.,,., two p.m.,.,,
Mall at .U'30 a.m., Dally
repress at 2:06 p.m... ...except Sunday
freight at .7:.'0 n.tt.,....ocept Monday
i roiKiu hi, . ji.im,, except nunuay
ireiKiitat....,.f:uu p. in......
lf8 'i-17-tf. James Jointsoff, Agent.
JVIRO, h .. N LLE, INDIAN-
ATOMS, CINCINNATI AND,
DURTEKN JIoyilH EACH WAT, AND
ALL. DAYLIOHT.' RON8.
' V. ' i
ZUNNINli THROUGH WITHOUT.
IudlatiapolIs and Cincinnati Express,
Leaves Cairo , .....b:00 a. m
Arrive Jarml, 10:05
Via St. Lout and Southeastern It. R.
Arrives i:rantvlllc s.ii i: m.
AitItci A'lnceunes 12:15
Via ludlanapolla and Vlneennei,
Arrive Indianapolis 7.W
Via Ohio and Mississippi II. It.
trrlve North Vcroon 5:15 1
eavc Vlncennea. ..........
rrlwi Oaruil ,.
... 8 A) A,
... 2:30 r.M.
MOUND CUT ACCOUMOPATI0X.
saves Cairo UJO aud 5:00 1'
klniiml Cllv... 1:10 aud 5:30
Mound City accom Jdatlon .tuns Wedncs
y and Saturday.
Making doo ronnrrtlom to and from all
int. ml N'nrth. at lndlananolls and
nclnnatl. and to and from all point"
uth and Vi't'l ol Cairo by rail and
II. Ooonuicii, 11. I.. MOHtlILL,
Oeti'lTIiket Ag't. (Icncral Hup't
A NEW IMPROVEO
M EEWIHG IB
'he "Hodal-for Progress."!
At Vienna,! 1873
ie Illgbcit Order oi; "itedalj Awarded
) SEW1NQ MACHINE RECEIVED
A FEW GOOD 1IEAS0SS:
vA ew InTentlon thoroughly teited
....nr...l hv I.ritern l'ntent.
tako m rcKKECT l)ck SUtcb, allkt
onotti lde, on all klnd.ol jjoodj.
j-Uudii l.lKbt, hmooth, Nolselear, and
Itjd bct eomblnaMon ol qualltlei.
--Uurablo Hum lor jeani Vfltboutre-
!lwill do all varltlciof Work and Kanejr
StJ'blDC In a superior manner.
fli tnot ealtly managed by the opera
tit Length of aiftcb may be altertd while
ranlnir.nnd machine can be threaded Kith,
ail pM.lmr thread through bo!e.
Uctlgn Simple, Ingenloui, Klegant,
lomlnc the Ultcb wllbout tbo me of Co'
Wieel Clear., Itotary Cam or Lever Ami.
Ila tno Automatic Drop Feed, which In
.trek uniform length of itttch atauyipeeed
our new Thread Controller, which foU
ioi eay tnoement of noedlebar and
prsvenu Injury to thread,
Conitructlon moit carelal and An
iised. It I manufactured by the tnoit tklll
lul an I experienced roacbanlci, at the cele
brated Kkminoton Akmoby, Ilio.v, N. if.
WrMern Ofllre ol tbo company. 237 State
Street Chicago, 111. 312 lOJW&w-lm.
T. J. KERTH,
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.,
Manufacturer and Jobbor of
UK, SHEET IKON and OOrPKR
WAHK. ?ump, Bird Cajren. Ice Cream Freeee
Water Coolerf, Wire Cloth for Wld
dow Scrcons,Japancd Ware,
Guttrlnff and Job Work
MADU A SPECIALITY.
Ageut lor the
GARRY IRON ROOFING CO.
The belt Iron Hoofing In the Market,
nm Abroad will Itocclve Trompt
one with Dlfpatcli and Warran
wrk dtoslve Satisfaction.
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A man Intendla j to do boalneu nuat
Oral prepare hiauelf to meet tie re
quirements of bla caatoneri; next lie
must let erery possible or proVablt
customer know Uat ho la bo prepare!,
lu a Terr amall place be mar TELLall
the people what he can do; In a large
Tillage a printed handbill, poster or
circular, proper) distributed, will be
efficacious, but WH0EYEB IS IN A
PLACE LARGE ENOUGH TO SUP-
I'OKV A KEWSPAPER WILL FIND
THAT IT 18 THE CHEAPEST MEDIUM
THROUGH WHICH TO ADDBEKSTIIE
.i' wiV-' jUkW. .!'7
- tf crttyi ' imitate.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1874.
THE CAIRO CITY
are prepared to lupply euitomersi
wiio tno oeii i
LSAVK OIIUBRR AT
rnallldar llro.'a offlc. Xn. Tfli
laTAt Egyptian SUlls; or
t3TAt the coal dump, foot ol'
Tblrty-clgbtb itreet. I
Cteei&l Itintiststs t: iim Imza
Bristol & Stilwdl
Keep every thiug pertainiDg to the
line of Staple aud I'nucy Groceries,
Woodenware, Vegetables, Fruits, &c,
Now u (he time to j)of your Jiullt for
early winter Flotcen. lie have a itoch
of finer Dutch Bvlbs or Kinter and
tpring blooming than ever before offered.
tmpnrtrrl from TTnllnnd for the
autumn trade of 1874, by D. M. Ferry
dJ Co. They can be relied on as choice.
A variety oj
Jo u u ,&c.
We vsiUfurnitk cutalojitet contain
inn directions for culture and manaae
viatt of the above, free, on application.
nr.1 1 1 '.?.. 7 .if
rrut iukc vrucrt jur anyrlirw n me
fins of winter gardening.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
A DAY QUARANTrsm
tfM. WELL AUGER AND
PHILS. aval Santloy. . lUUntttt
OS" lWA-ABKAVl ASAiTAKOTA.
TO THE FARMERS
Jackson, Union and Alex
Havlne bocrr r.omloitad b it r.m,.,.
of Jackion cuuuty, In conv. ., ,,. ..m.
bled, at Murphjaboro, Illinois, on jtur
day, UcloborSJ. 1871, u thuir t.di jl
fjr repreientativefrom aeiut utiaUrial
dittrlct, 1 accapt the naoltiMi, . To the
farmeri of Jackion canty 1 will iay:
Tou have lotected me n your . indldate,
williout lollcitatlon on iy part, find with
tto knowledge that 1 fnd refute, 1 to ano
tiju the uio of my name In connection
with the candidacy. 1 now expect every
mau of you to put your ihoulder to tbo
wlael and uio evory bonorablo moani to
r.uro tny olectioc You iball have no
naien to oomplaln of vant of effort on
To the faimer. f lb DUttVlt, I will
ty ' Tbat 1 will ba ia the .dil from
now until the da ef eeollon, and will
oanraM the three couatiei, and see nt
many votori, face to face, ai the time will
admit of. If electod, while boldinir my
iclf to be eipeclilly the r.epreientative of
the far men of tio Dittrlct, 1 ahall alwayt
be roady to prouote luch legltlatloa it
will bo for thi Intereit ot the wbo'.o
people, and will look after the intereit or
the educational and other initltutloot,
located In the District, that are dependent
upon the State for support.
The nominating conventions that have
heretofore aiietnbled, bare ignored tbo
cUluu of the farmers to be represented In
the legislature by at least one of their owt.
number, and have, without exception, so
lected lawyers as candidates to represent
the district. If you think it Is not to your
interest to be represented in the legiila
turo by professional men, who have but
little to common with yourselves, and
who mainly seek the position as a step
ping stone to higher positions; but,
if, on the other band, you think that
it will be to your Interest to be repre
sented by oneof your own calling, wboie
Interests are Identical with your own, who
knowa your needs, whose ability is admit
ted, whose integrity is unquestioned, and
who has the vim to stand up for what ho
leliovea to be right, let every one of tou
turn out on Tuesday, tbo 3d day of next
November, and when you cast your voto
for Kepresenative form tbe EOth rienato
rial District. KAOH ONE OF YOU
PUT IN TUKEK VOTES SOLID FOK
JOaEPU IS, TUUOP.
To my eld cosrade of tho array, with
Loin 1 shared tbe hardships and dancera
of the camp and battle field from Fort
Docelson to Vicksburc. 1 bave to sav
this is the first time I have asked for your
support since tho close of tbe war. I
know that not ono of you will turn your
face from me, and for tbo mem cry of tho
oia time, when "liloutentant Joo ' was al
ways at bis post, both iu camp and Held,
and never failed of doing bis duty. I ask
you to fall Into line, closo ur tbe ranks.
and with elbow to elbow, and face to the
front, come up to my lup.iot on tbe third
day of uext November.
jusei'u ii. Tiiur.r,
Late Lieut. 18th Ills. Infanlv.
Farmers' Candidate for Kepreienlativo.
CAHB0XJMI.E, Ills., Oct. 12, 1874.
Sectiom Ot of the ceacral election law
"In voting for ltepresentatlves to tbo
General Assembly, if tbe voter intends to
give mere than ono voto to any candidate,
be shall express his intention on the face
ol tbo ballot, in words or figure., which
may be done in either of tbe folloviioc
forms : A B, O I), K P, which shall bo
held to moan ono vote for escb candidato
named; or A ii 1 votes, G D lj votes:
or A D2 votes. 0 D 1 voto; or A 11 3
Tho Spriugilold, Illinois,
Si'RiN(iriLi), (Jot. -0. Mrs, Hough,
tbe lady wounded last evening by a pistol
shot, near ber residence, is not considered,
as at llrst supposed, dangerously wui.nfltiU
Tbe most singular part ot tbe alluir is that
Airs, uougu charges her step-son, a inoro
boy, with MtUmpting her assassination. It
appears that an unfortunate family feud
or difference, tbo nnturo of which is
familiar to thu public, bus estranged
tho family from tho parental roof,
and caused thorn to rosido elsewhere
than under the protection of him who la
their natural protector. Airs, itougn
states that she accosted Jame., nor step
son, and that after a few words between
Ibein be seized her by tha throat and
placed a cocked pistol at her breast and
tired. She pushed tbe weapon partially
aside, and tho ball enterod no vital part,
but ranged downward and lodgod iu the
back, and was to-day extracted by Dr.
Ityan. After tbo firing of tbe pistol, ibo
broko looso from her assailant, he run
ning In tho opposite direction after firing
another shot, which did not tako el
feet. After Mrs. Hough was made com
fortable, ber husband camo down town,
and upon tbe statement made by ber
swore out a warrant against his ion
charging him with attempting tho life ol
bis siep-mothor. While tho otllcer was
searching for tbe lad the lattor was
snugly ansconced in bod at bis grand
mother's, whore he resides. On being In
formed by a companion of tbe shooting,
and also of being charged with it, ho at
once arose and proceeded to police head
quarters and surrendered himself,
scarcely crodltlcg tbo fact that ho was
cliargedjwith tho crime. 11a stoutly de
nies all knowledge oi It, and unless it be
ascrlbableto family dllTerences, bo is
unable to explain wby his stepmother
should charge him with sp grayo an of
fense, when the must know that he did
not see hor during the ovening only at a
short distance, and that he was not near
bis fathoi's residence, during the entire
evening. He claims that ho can account
for tho time between 7 and 8 o'clock, and
thus prove an alibi Ho waived the pre
liminary examination and was admitted to
ball. It Is impossible to think tUt ibis
young roan, so modest ami unassuming,
scarcely eighteen yearn of ngo, is guilty of
ifin A.tmn ilth whleh bo la Pha?m Tt 1.
a uu v,,tau " v. ..
. .1.1 11
though bat Tf U.n ... m e racta connected
with this wilV fr0
brought to light, that tbey will bo of tbo
most startling charaoter,
Court of Porter munir t,.m. .,'
decided that the Michigan Central lUlf
roai should permit tbo IJaltlmore and
Ohio HallroaU to cross Its Irack near tbo
i-aito Biauon In that countv. This rlohl
fever, tbo Central official.
accord, and when tho employes of the
Jiaiiirnore and Ohio road were seat to lay
tbo track, yesterdav. th n.i
met by n largo force of mim sent
out by tho Central to atnn it,.
work, and a collision was threatened.
As stated in a dispatch last night, tbe
shsrlfr, with a posso, attempted to disperio
tho mob, bnt was forcibly compelled lo
. . j , no lnon "u the riot act, and
staled the penalties for the resistance of
, . "tteiapted lo arreit some of tbo
rincleadeti, but was unable to do so, This
morning It i, itmed that steps aro belnc
;i :elan amicable settlomont of
cess 9y"XJ l,ro,I,cl ot ,uc
OniCAoe, October 1!0. A lolesram from
,h i i ' Ind'n sts that upon
.-viiiii.1 vt .u Kwo comjiaojoa oraered
br Govornor Hendricks to nroceed to thn
point where thu troublo between the
Michigan Central and Daltlraoroand Ohio
railroad cnployei was reported, they de
ployed to tbo numbor of a hundred and
twenty, armsd with breech-loaders, and
two nailing tuns. The Michigan Central
man stood their ground, though unarmed.
Tho companies had received orders, and
were about to charge, when Chlof En
glneer Gardener stepped forward and re
quested a parloy. This was granted. He
theu gavo himself up to tbe authorities,
and tho whole party wero arrestod,
Subioquently tbe majority ot them wero
roleised, and tbo prominent ones retained
and taken to Valparaiso. The crossing
was finished by evening, and nil tbo trou
ble is over.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN
M Eurmi, October 20. At 7:30 o'clock
this morning a Are, caused by u defective
Que, broke out In a saloon on Water
street, In Elliott's block, destroying tho
entire block. The principal sufferers are
Matt. Monahan, Coat store; Elliott &
Miller, steamboat agents and coramlsiien
merchants. Several saloons and boat
storos aro also destroyod. Tbe loss Ii
Tha princiial losses by tbe burning of
tho Elliott block, this morning, aro af
follows- Tbe building, owned by Shelby
county, valued at 100,000; insured in tbo
North British Company for f 5.000, and
tbo Firomon'i Fund Company of Han
Francisco for 53,600. "Mrs. McKlnlny's
furniture, loss $1,500, fully insured in the
Clay Company ef Covington, Ky. Elliott
& Mille'a loss will probably reach 53,000
total loss about $7,600.
THE SNY LEVEE.
Qoixcr, Ills., October HO. This morn
ing Shaw fc Hupert, proprietors of tbo
ltockport mill, and alio tbo foreman of
tho gang of laborers who attempted to cut
Sny levee, woro arrested and taken beforo
Justice Iiarker. Tboy wairod an exam
ination and gave bonds to tbe amount of
$500 each for their appoarance at tho De
cember term of tbo criminal court.
wim mm strup
Abraveminmsysuirerpftln, when inflict c
upon lilQUflf, bcrolcelly; but be
CANNOT SEE HIS CHILD SUFFER
There 1 tio other malady, Incident to child
hood, that U accompanied by more inde
scrlbablo wrttcheduefs of the little mfferer
PRODUCED BY WORMS;
and when the parent rully understands the
situation he will not delay u moment In se
t't.riuKthe moit prompt and cftlclcnt rcmc
dlei to Insure the expulsion ot the Intruders.
The remedy may bo tound In
DU. ROGERS' VEGETARLE WORM
1'loasu hear Iu mind that
KOdl.'RS' WORM SYRUP
It tho rellablo prcparntliin
ROOERS' WORM SYRUP
l a puprcparntioupitb'p,
ROOERS WORM SYRUP
U tho liked by children
ROCi KItS' AVORM SYRUP
positively dctiov, wotms.
ROOEnS AVORM SYRUP
learci no bad cflrcts.
IIUUKIIS' WOllM SYUUP
Inblfihly recommended by pbyMclans and
U unqiifitlonably the best worm medlclno
iu tho world,
Trlco 25 cents. Km-nle by all dnissf't.
JOHN K. HK.S'KT, CUKIIAX & CO.,
8 ami S Collero riaee, New York.
B. F. PARKER,
(Succepsor tu I'arkcr Si Wake.)
PAINTS & OILS1
And tho celebrated lllumlnatlm;
llross' Hulldlng, Uth St. & Ooraerclal Ay.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy Relief for Young Men from the el
(retxnf Errors aud Abuses Iu early life.
Manhood Restored. Impediment to Mar
riago removed, Nowmolhodot treatment.
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. I .. -. . I . . B n , f .. I.. unit .il l.nl ., .
tiewanu remaraauit rrni-uiea, hooks muu
I "rnoWAlU ASSOCIATION.
KM 1.IPW rfifn
.nstltutlon havlntf a blgli reputstiou for
,urtMble ooaduct and vrolessloual skill.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
R. IV.'MlLLEn, President.'
J. M. PIULLtl'S, Vice I'rnldcnl.
CH AS. CUNNI.VOII AM, CaV I.Ur
COLLECTIONS PR0MPTL7 MADE.
oUlci securities bought and eold.
Interest h1Iqttc.i1 on time dcuoslt
THE CITY NATIONAli
AA. V. HALL1DAY. President; m.
HENRY L. HALL1DAY, Vice TresldeM.
A. U. S AFFORD, Cmhler;
AVALTER HYSLOP, Assistant Cashier.
STAAT9 TAYLon, It. II. CUXNtSnHAJI
H. L. llALLIDAY. AY. P. HalMDAT.
0. 1). Williamson, STKi iin, Jlinn,
Exchange, Coin and United; Stales
Honds Ilonght and Sold,
DEPOSITS rcccived.nnd a geaeral banVlnj
ENTERPRISE SAVINGrJ DANK
Ciiaiiterd March 31, ltfiO.
CITY NATIONAL DANK, CAIRO.
A. n. SAFFORO. President;
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President ;
II. HYSLOP, secretary apd Treaurer.
P. M. Hakclat, Chas. GALicnrn, i
F. M. siockflktii, Paul o. Sciidh,
J. II. Cl'.v.ninoiiam, H. L. Hai.lidat,
J. M. Pmi.Lirs.
INTERET paid on deposits at thn rate of
six per cent, per annum, March 1st and
September 1st. Intete.t not withdrawn Is
added Immediately to the principal of the
deposits, thereby ghing them compound
MABBIED WOMK.V Jl.HU CUILIIRKX MAT
utl'osir uonjst a.xd no o.vk zlse
CAN DRAW IT.
Oncn every business day from a. ui. t3
ji. in., and Sttttrday evculngs lor savings de
posits enly, from u t 8 o'clock.
fr. uiauur, ircasurar.
SPEND YOUR MONEY
So that you wlUeet It all back In
For Real Solid Comfort,
Ry Investing it ono of our new pUnt
Famous forgiving out a AYondcrful
a imi m mm i
Simple in Construction,
Carelully Made et Very Rest Materials,
Alwayshas Flrst-Rato Draft, and Is
Guiranieed io Girt SMciios Erexjirhero
And Under all Circumstances.
Excelsior Man'fg Co
fllL i: B14 N. MAIN STREET.,
NT. S.OCIN. MO,
DR . W. 1JLAUW
luaers Ulrck (up stairs; ccirtr Bib till
and WksbLiftOB Aveuue.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M, D.
RESIDENCE No. 81, Thirteenth .tmet,
between AVaahtngton aveuue and IVulmit
street, OfSce liWComiuervlal awunt,
OHtKKAt ' Ot
And Dealer fa
L!e,Cit, lJaUr,.KJf, tm.
OT I wlU aaU la ear lead lots at
turers prices, adding fright.
OOFFEY, HABK1SON A 00,
(Saooestors V V. Hnrd i'ticfc)
ri.OTim.eaKarH AM MAY.'
M 8 Ohio Iva OA1BO, VUIM.
Wood RittenliooM ft Bohr
Oeneral Couhissioit MwcrtfAW,
133 OhioLtree. Calr
1. A.Thoaa l.TBOa
- SIM SfeNf 8HMH,
ronifm and Mbwmm v
184 Cemmsrrlal Amu.
new xouk, aroitii,
WHULESALR AND RKTAIL.
LAWiasT VAnsrrr sTnox ia TKM a
CK30DS SOLD 7JM OLMX.
tsiaer ot lllaoeaSJ satswtXaMl.tM
0. 9. FATVM
MILLER AV PARKER.
FLOUR, CORN. OATS, M AYfa
Agents for Fsirbank Sealos.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILt.8.
JOHN B. PHILLI8 A SON.
(Successor to Jebn I). rhlDie,)
IgeaU for Liflin & Rina Pwi Ooapwy.
C0R-TS5TH IT. A OttlOLKTW,
S. t. JkYU
OSNESil, COMMIBSlOn MEiflflAMTS
No TK liama.OnioOAlliO.IUJ.
Y. Stratton. Wr
STRATTON 6 BIRD'
om mission Merchants,
Agents American Powder CoBtJy
LIQUOR E ALEU
Ko. (SO Ohio Lerce,
Hotel and RsstauraTini
122 Commercial Avenue.
Tu ieen rtk f C!r sail TtauastTUJt
A trusty wateh kpt nlM ju& iT
Trains and SteambsaU.
THE HEST or ACCOMMOHATIOM
for tranetenl sossts at
TAVO DOLLARS rSl DATt.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Of ALL STl.NVS, AB AN Ml
Keep aoeeUattT etfeaaC
FLOORING, i tlDlNQs
Mill and YarJ I Mth
Mill nd Ir, jVM4 ow, t.