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LLINOI3 CENTRAL RAIUMD,
T1IAIH8 LKlViC CAMO
.... 12:11 n.ra;,.i.... Dally
iiiso n.m :
4:00 n.m.,...oxcppt Sunday
U:M a.m...... ',
Krolf'lit at ,
iniltVK AT CAIIK)
v.K) n.m Dally
-2:05 p.tn except Hunly
,, .i:;) a.m.,,... except jiouuay
,..10:03 p.in oxecpt Sunday
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tf. JamrsJohhsoj, Agent
CAIRO & VINOENNES R. R
JA1HO, L tN LLE, INDIAN
AFOLIS, CIN( INNATI AND
tfOURTKEJf HOURS 1JACH WAY, AND
AM j DAYLIGHT RUNS.
KUNNINtr THROUOH WITHOUT
luilUnapvlIi nutl Cincinnati Exprci,
Leave Cairo. ,.,..6:00 A. U
Arrlvo Jaruil .10:05 "
Ala St. Louis nml Southeastern lt.lt.
Arrives Evaiisvlllo ...... 3:15 r. m.
Arrives A'lncenncs 12:15 "
Via IndianariolU and Vliiccnne. U. K.
Arrives Indianapolis. 'Mjr&t
Via Olilo and Mtajluslppl H. It.
Arrhcs Sorth Vernon
Arrlvi .'inc'nnail ,
Leave Indianapolis 8:W) A. M.
Leave Cincinnati i.. i) "
Leaves I .milsvllle "
Leaves vlncciines "
Leaves Kvaiisvlllc.,.. 1-fsUI "
Arrives oannl '
Arrive Cairo 10J "
HOUND CITY ACCOUMOPATIOK.
caves Cairo 12:50 aud 5:00 r.M.
Mound City 1:10 and 9:10 '
Mound City aicoiiodalloii.tuu Wodnis
day and Saturday.
Making -loo connection to and from all
point ijU and Noilli, nt IndlaiitiKill and
llntlnnatl. and to and from all point
South ami Wot ol Cairo by rail aud
)l. It. (loonliicil, II. 1.. Moiililt.l.,
Ocn'l Ticket Ag'l. (Kiicralriup't.
A NEW IMPROVED
The "Modal for Progress."
At Vicuna 1873
The Highest Order ol "Medal Awarded
at the Exposltiun.
NO SEWlNfl MACHINE RECEIVED A
HIGH Ell PIUZK.
A FEW OOOl) REASONS:
1. A Now Invention thoroughly telted
aud cured by letter l'atent.
2. Make at rincFECT 1ick SUtch, alike
on liotli sides, on all klndsol yooi:
3. Runs Lteht, cmootb, Nolnelen, and
Uapld bct LOinbinaMon ol iitialltiei.
4. Durablo Huns lor year without re
pairs. r. Will do all varltlcjof Work and Fancy
Jbtlt-'hlnK In a Superior manner.
0 Is moit esti-Iy managed by the opera
tor Length of Itch may be altored wbllo
running, and machine can bo threaded wltli
atlt parsing thread through bold.
7-l)elKti Hlroplo. Ingenloun, Elegant,
forming thu stitch without the uio of Co's
Wheel Gears, Itotary Cams or Lever Anns.
Has ttio Automatic Drop Feed, which In
lures uniform length of stitch at any speecd
.las our now Thread Controller, which fol
lows easy movement of needle-bar and
prevents Injury to thread.
b. Construction most carclnl and fin
ished. It f manufactured by tbo niot skill
lul an 1 experienced machanlcs, at tho eelo
brsted ItEMINOTON AltMOKV, Iliox. A. Y.
Western Olllce ot tho company. 2.T7 .Stato
Street Chicago, 111. 312 ltMJ-dw-lm.
T. J. KER.TH,
DEERWART. ORTH & CO.,
S TO "VIES,
HOLLOW WARE &0-,
JIanufacturor Hml Johbor of
1'IN, SHEET IRON and COPPER
"ami". Illrd Cases. Ico Cream Frcecz
"I'ntcr Coolers Wlro Cloth for Wl.l
dow Scrcens,.Iuiiaiicd Waro,
Guttling and Job Worlc
MADK A SPKOIAIJTY.
A(oiit lor H
GARRY IRON ROOFING CO
Tito best Iron Itooflns In tho Marlcot
rem Abroad will Receive Prompt
ono with Dispatch and Wttiran
rU utotlvo satisfaction,
Oft, W .tt-i? ...
A man Intruding to do Ittislttis mutt
first prepare liiimcirto meet tho re
quirements of Ills cuKlomcrs; next he
ust let every possllilo or prohalila
ustoiiKT Lnow that lie Is so prepared.
n a very small place lie may TELL nil
the people what Iio can do. Inn largo
village u printed linndblll, poster or
circular, properly distributed, wilt be
fucaclony, but WHOKVEIt IS IN A
LACE LAIKIE ENOUUK TO SUP
OUT A NEWSPAPER WILL FISH
HAT IT IS THE CHEAPEST MEDIUM
HROnOII WHICH TO ADDRESS THE
f , - .. '
..V. ' , VI"
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FBIDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1874.
THE CAIRO CITY
Arc prepared to supply customers!
with the nest
LEAVK OltDKKS AT
rgrilalliday liro.'i ofllcc, No.
ESTAt Egyptian Mills; or
EiTAt the coal dump, foot
Iciicsmcnts lo Lir;a Consamer
Bristol & Stilwell
Keep every thint: pertainint: to tho
lino of Staple and I'nucy Groccriea,
Woodenviare, Vegetable, Fruits, Ac.,
aVbuj is ic lime to pol your Hull for
early icintcr Floiccrs. We have a stock
nf finer Dutch Jivltis for mnler and
mring blooming than ever before offered,
imported from Holland for the
autumn tradf of 1874, by D. .If. Ferry
iV Uo. U liey can tic reliction as choice.
A variety oj
Jon 11 Ac,
We willfurnith catalogues contain
ing directions for culture sand vianagc
ment of the above, free, on application.
Will take orders for anything in the
line of winter gardening.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
A DAY ntJAWANTPFn
WELL AUGER AND
wwsuu rtuus i
THE Dirr.OMATAC MISSIONS,
Hah Francisco, Goto tor 'J 1 -Tho Ja
pan brings Yokohoma dates o Hoptom
bar 21. Arrangctncnli for ulplomatlo
miulons bavo boan tllphtly changed.
Nyena Kagonon goes to London Instead
of Paris, tienla, now In France, will
remain as long at bis health will permit.
Asks Bingo, formorly in charge at Ilerlin,
Is promoted to tbo rank of envoy. Yailda
goes to Washington.
Chill has sent to Japan, requesting con
tributions for tho Intornatlonal exposition
to be hold tboro In 1875.
the raixcu qoterkjient
At prnsent takes the lead In nmlilnc tho
demands for openinc tho antlr euplro.
Correspondunce shows a rehoment dispo
sition to wrest this concession from Japan
In spito of all romonstrancus.
The mikado save a breakfast on the
22d Inst., to all tbo foreign diplomatic
corps, at his own residence. This was the
Aril entertainment at which the soverolgn
has freely mingled with the foreign guests,
and received him at his table.
Till LAK1E8T REVIEW OF TilOUrS
yetsoen at Ycddo took place on tho 19lb,
In ono of tho suburbs ot Yoddo. Home
10,000 infantry, artillery and cavalry
woro Inspected by the Mikado and his
uncle Firislmi. Nomcogo has been
raised to tho rank ol general In tbo array,
and, in case of hastllltles with China, It to
bo appointed tbo chief command.
Minister Avory sailed from Yokohama
far Shanghai on the 24th
.Messrs. Takakl and Tomlta nro ap
pointed consuls at Bin Krancl'co and
Sow York, and will start for their post
by tho next American mall.
IN HTATtf HOO.
Nkw Orlcasb, Oct. 21. Tho failure to
agreu and tnu tlnal adjuurnment of the
confurenco committo. at llo clock lait
nitfht, in oo way Impair the agreement
heretofore made, except as to me advisory
board, which cau do nothing without an
umpiro. tJol. 1'ackard stated lo-Uiy tnat
the Conervalivts would bo given two
members of the returning board, as per
original agreement. For a wonder neitner
political party to-day havo any fresh out
rages, gravo apprehensions, serious alarms
or reigns of terror to report.
TUE REPUBLICAN ROW AT JACKSON.
Tho followlne account of the recent
affair at Jackson, La., waa received to-day
from Mr. Law, an antl-Ualr man :
llannon, who was in the buccv with
Qair, Is reported having accidentally shot
bim. It is untrue that Gair was to spaak
in Jackson. The meeting was of all those
opposed to Ualr and In the Interest of
White, and colored lireaux auu weouor
wero in llavou Sara when tbo shooting
was done. It is untrue that armed Web-
bor and ltreaux mon woro parading the
streets of Jackson. Gair asserted that he
was going to break up the meeting. But
ler and llannon and Gair men stopped
tho band from playing, tired into tho as
sembled masses and dispersed then early
in tbo oveoinc. and acaln at nicbt. Six
collored unarmed men were wounded In
Uutlor and llannon.
This ttatemont will bo substantiated by
Parish Judco Kllbourne and Mat. Hazard
Signed. Jas. Law.
MKW GAMB BMICSU.
Wricht, state registrar of votort gavo
notice to-day thai he would to-morrow
rocelvo tho opinions ot tnu attorney cm-
oral as to the locality of naturalization
beforo tbo second district court. Tbo
conservatives assert that this 1U Itlon has
been sprung at thU late day by the
renubllcans with the view of throwing
out about 4.008 whlto votors by striking
their names from tho registration it
now being too late for them to ronatur
all.o and register.
TICKET WITH BRAWN.
Illncs' political organization who had
nominated n full municipal and parish
ticket have withdrawn tnoir candidates in
favor of the conservatives.
A MOTlthn KILLS HER HON.
Amjehsox, Indiana, Oct. 21. This
morning, tbo town wat somewhat ttartled
by tbo report that tho body of n young
man, aged 10, was found In a well on the
farm of an old lady named Matton, about
two and a half miles from this city. Tho
coronor was notiQed, and proceeded with
a party of men to tho well where, aftor
some tlmo In removing ttonea and water,
the body was found In an advanced ttate
of decay, and was Identified as tho body of
Aihnrt M union, son of tho lady owning
tho farm. Youg Masson hat been missing
slnco July last. Hit bead thowed signs
of being beaten with tome heavy instru
ment, ono siaa ot toe muii ueing oroicon.
A ropo halter was around bit noclf, and
when found he had nothing on oxoept un
derclothes. Tbocoroner't Jury rendorod
a.vordlct that the deceased camo to bis
de'ath through tbo bands of tomo person
or persons unknown. It It intimated that
tbo mother Is Implicated in tbo murder,
and sbo Is now under arrest,
TERRIBLE BOILER EXPLO
FIVE MEK INJUKKU.
Baltimore, Oct; 21. A boiler in tbo
rolling mill of Gcnrgo Coatt & Tiro., at
Losutt Point, exploded this morning, do
mallshlng tbo boiler house, a solid brick
structure, and thu chimney, which was
eevsnty-flvo feet high. Five tiromun woro
sevorely injured, two probably fatally.
Several hundred men will bo thrown out
of employment until tho damage it re
Uoltok. Ontario, 'uct. 21. Tho noon
train on tho Toronto, Grey and Rruco
railroad ran Into the buggy of Wm, Wll
llamton, a reslaont of Afblnn, who was
Instantly killed, itis companion, Mrs
Doan, w as badly injured.
Newspaper ndvorttsmj promotes traao, for
even tho dullest timet advertisers tocuro
by far tbo largest fbare of what Is being
A IsTT") "OCT A CJTr-r-Krr-i,.
Keokuk. Iowa. October 21 a dfi.a.
trous and probably fatal accident occurred
on tho Kookuk and Desmoinet railway at
2:30 o'clock last nli?ht. Tho eastward
bound freight train ran off the track
through n twitch at Corastock', seven
miles west of Ollumwa, and waa thrown
down an embankment a distance of tlx
or eight feet, making a complete wreck
ot tho locomotlvn and nlna car., anrt In.
Juring threo men. two of thorn to such rvn
extant that their lives are despaired of.
Tho brakeman, named Morris O'Nell,
was nt hit post or duty on tho car next to
the locomollvo when tbo train went off.
Ho was thrown to the ground, the loco
mollvo falling on him and holding him
thero at lu a vlco. Tho escaping tteam
and the fire from the firebox burned hit
flesh to a criin. He remained thnra for
nearly three hours beforo he could be ex
tricated, ana when taken out waa literally
roattea ativo. At noon to-day ha was
still broathlog, but It It not possible for
him to eurvivo. A. Tully, tho engineer
and !. Ween, the fireman, wore buried
in the wreck, but managed "lo "t out-f
iv eon it uaaiy Durneu, ana nit recovery
It considered doubtful. The twitch had
been tampered with.
SPEND YOUR MONEY
So that you will get It all back in
ForReal Solid Comfort,
By Investing it ono of our now patont
Famous forgiving out a Wonderful
11 1 m m mm
Simple lu Construction, '
CarcttiUy Made of Voy Host Materials,
Always hai Flnt-llato Draft, and is
(humid is Give Satisfaction Ewjritrs
And Under all Circumstances.
Excelsior Maa'fg Co
12 & C14 N. MAIN STREET.,
NT. LOU1N, HO.
TOM I! TOM SB
A brave man may Miner pain, when inflict e
upon himself, heroically; but he
CANNOT SEE HIS CHILD SUFFER
There is ho other malady. Incident to child'
hood, that Is accompanied by woro iiido
scribablo wretchoilnosa of tho llttlo Mifljrcr
PRODUCED BY WORMS j
and when tho parent fully understands tho
situation lie will not delay a moment in se
curing tho most prompt and efficient reme
dies to intniro tho expulsion ot the Intruders.
Tho remedy may bo lound in
DR. ROGERS' VEGETAULE AVORM
l'loaso bear In mind that
ROGERS' WORM SYRUP
is tho reliable preparation
ROGERS' WORM SYRUP
is a panroparatlonpabte.
ROGERS' WORM br it UP
is the liked by children
ROGERS' AVORM SYRUP
positively destroys worms.
ROGERS' AVORM SYRUP
leaves no bad effectr.
ROGE11S' W01UI SY11UP
Is highly recommended by physicians and
i umpiesuonagiy mo uctt worm meuicuia
in the world.
Price 25 cents. Forsalo by all druggists,
JOHN F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
8 ami 0 Collciro Place, New York.
FITS CUEED FREE
Anv no rnon KUfforlntr Irom tho above dli
esse is roouetted to address uii. rniCR, ana
a trial bottle ot medicine will be forwarded
bv oxnress. F UK til
Dr. Prtco Is a tegular physician, and has
made the treatment of
FITS OR EPILEPSY
i study for years, and he will warrant a
;ure, by the use of his remedy.
Do not fall to send to him for trial bottle J
t costs nothing, and ho
WILIi eilKIJ TV.
to matter of how long standing your case
nay he, or how many oltiov remedies muy
Circulars and testimonials sent with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE,
Evening; Star Stores
DR. CHAS. T. PRICE,
It. W. MILLEll.Presldont,'
J. M. l'lii,i,nfl, vico President,
CHAS. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLy MADE.
EXCHANDCrnln h.nVtinl,. t A nll..t
SUtcs securities bought and sold.
Interest allowed on tlmo deposit
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLIDAY. President; V
11ENHY L. HALLIDAY, Vice Presldest.
A. U. SAFFOKI), Cashier;
WALTER UY8LOP, Assistant Cashier.
HTAAT5 TAYLOR, It. II. CDKNINOHAM
H. L. llALUDAT, W. P. HALLIDAY.
O. 1). WILLIAMSON, STKfnRN illRp,
A. II. SAVtOUD.
ExcIinEp;e, Coin and United; States
llonds Ilouglit and Sold.
DEl'OSlTrf received and a general bauklHX
bUTKHPRISK SAVINGS UAU1C
Ciiartem) Marcii 31, 1SG9.
CITY NATIONAL BANK', CAIRO.
A. II. SAFFOItD. President ;
S. S. TAYLOll, Vice-President ;
11. UYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
M. Barclay, Ciias. GAUonuR,
M. stockfletii, Paul a. Sciicii,
11. Cuknimoiiak, H. L. Ualliday,
J. M. PuiLLirt.
IN'TEnET paid on clcpoiltt at the rate of
mx per cent, per- annum, March 1st and
September 1st. Interest not withdrawn is
added Immediately to the principal of the
deposit, thereby giving Uiem compound
MARRIED WOMEN AND CUILDkKH MAT
DXI'OSIT MONET AUD KO 0E XME
CUT DRAW IT.
Open every business day Irom a. m. In 3
p. tu., and Ssturday evenings lortarlnji de-
I)oHn cnly, from
u ton o'clock-.
AV. HYSLOP. Treasurer.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDENCE No. 21. Thirteenth street.
between AYaiblngton avenue and Walnut
street, umcc K'u commercial avenue, up
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
T0HNEF& COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offllcc Over First National Bank.
John U. Mulkcy.
AVUUam C. Mulkoy
Offllco: Eighth ttrcct between Commer
tjamou uasuiiigion avenues o-14-tr.
GREEN & GILBERT,
WllllumH. Green, I
William II. Gilbert,
kin., in ... . ' I
hubs r, uiiuert, I
&peclal attention given
and Steamboat busslncss.
Office .'liOblo Leveo, Rooms .7 and 8 ovo
Cltr National Bank ,
sois. 1 ... In the
Statu ov Illinois, 1
Alexandku County. 00 Circuit Court.
Thomas B. Farrln
LutltlaMlze, EarncstMIzo, and Claudius
O. Mlze, aud Samuel Staats Taylor and
Edwin Parsons, Trustees of the Cairo City
j. r uficri' soiupaiiy.
Bill In chuueery lor specula porfomance.
Tho above named defendants are hereby
notlllcd that Uto above entitled suit Is pend
ing in said court, and tho tlmo aud place of
iuu return ui summons in mo case, is tuo
next term of said court, to bo holdcn at tho
court, nouso, in mo city oi uairo, in nam
county, on the lint Monday in January, A.
D. 18T5. Reuben S. Yoccm,
rUl-lO-l.T-ivJt Clerk of said Court.
Robt. Wood & Oo
Fonittalns, Vases, Animals. Iron stairs,
Lamp Posts, Stable Fitting.),
OAST, wrought:& wire railings
NKWand natOVEPD CHAIR fortbeatret,
Conoert and Lecturo.nallt,
And a Gouoral Assortment of
mental Iron AVork
"v 9GWUttB&HQQi '4 flttBflsKAsMs"
Err will tell ime leeel im M
tnrert price, adcaagfl ttjiir,-'- "
(Saeeewen t 17. MM VMkl
Wood Rittenliovis ABttkw
n. A. Thorns
THOMB 4 BSOTUNI,
BateesesN U B. aUWil,
NKW XUK1C ITWAM,
jji - '
umm TAmiarrr mas at rati
frmtw t Ml
MILLER t PARKER, i
ANB - '
FORWARDING MERCH S,
FLOUR, CORS, OATS, HAY.JLs, ,'
Agents for Fairbsuk SmIm. 1
OHIO LEVEE OAIRO ILU
PHILLI8 A ON
(Successor to Jekti M, mis,)
Dealen tk , . u
HAY, COIllf ,
OA.T8, f LOUR,
MM Ah, mAX, to.
igtnts tat U&in 4 BmjU ttwikr 8mpMj.
COR. TENTH IT, ft OKIOUKTM
D .ATRKB. K. J At
AYBS8 k 09
OEKEH IL C0HHIB310N MKlHAHTB
Ho. 78 LmTR.OmoUAtme. ItlM.
AV. Stratton. T.Wid
STRATTON V BIRD
Agents American Powder CottfABj
r ouzo LBraa, ousto.
R. SMYTH & CO.
LIQUOR DEAL SB
No. CO Ohio IrtvM,
Hotel and ResUur&uai
122 Commerdai Arenut.
TVe icn nV ( Ctr Ttateaat Mtrse4
AVM. 'AVBTZEL -
A trutty watch kept night and da tV
Trains and flIamfciU.
THE BEST OF, ACCOMM0DAW0I
for tranclent gutttt at(
TWO DOLLAXB tiH DA
Cuiro Box and llMBttt
L U MB E B
Or ALL KIHM, AB AH Hr,
: 1 AIM
Mil! nd Yard,
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