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LLINOI8 UKNTRAL RAIMIOAD.
TKAIN8 LKiVK CAIRO
Mill at 12:1 a.m., Pall.
axprosKR aaii p.m.,,.. "
Freight a 4.-00 a.m.,,. .except Sunday
trcixuiai hum a.in
I 'r tight at.,... i.-OO p.m.,.,.
AIUIIVK AT CltlLO
Malt at V'M a.m., Dally
Express at .2:05 p.m.,,,, .except Sunday
Krelglit at -M a.in except Monday
rreiijui ni,,.,..i.w p.ra
1M 2-17-tf. James Johnson, Agent.
JA1KO, I.VaN VILLK, INDIAN-
AFOLIS, CINCINNATI AND
JOUETEEN HOURS EACH WAY, AND
A LI, DAYLIGHT HONS.
KUNNINU THROUGH WITHOUT
ludfauipolls Mid Cincinnati Express,
Leaves Cairo 6:00 a. M
Arrivn Jarral 10:or '
Via St. Louis ami Southeastern It. It.
Arrives Evausvlllu 3:10 p.m.
Arrive VIiK-fnnni 12:45
VI. l...tl.i..nnll. anil Vlnrnnnsn. II l' l t' I
Arrive Indlanaiioll. .-00 P.M.
Via Ohio and Mississippi R. it.
Arrive. North Vernon 0:15 p. l.
Arrive Cincinnati 8:00 '
Arrive Louisville &M
Leaves Iiidiatianolh K:!Wa.H.
Lvave. f Indnnatt, "
Leave Uitilsville W) "
Arrlvc;Vlnccnncn ili-'SO P. m.
Leave Vluconucs -M '
J.i-vi;a Evamvltle..... 12:10 "
Arrives Oarml ,. 0?JJ
Arrive! Cairo 10:30 "
MOUND CITY ACC0MUOPATI0M.
tarci Cairo UM and 0:00 P.M.
" Mouml City 1:10 ami 0:W "
-Mound City accomodation, rum Wrdws
d ay and Sattiril.tr.
Maklni; rlo-e connection, to and from all
point l,ul ami .Norm, at liiui.iiaiioii. ami
I iiuliiliatl. and to and from alt point'
South and Wet ol Cairo by rail and
)l. 11. (iiK)imicn, II. I.. Mowutx,
Gcn'l Ticket Ag't. tn-mral Sup't.
A NEW IMPROVED
sin m id.
The "Modal for Progress."
The Hlgheit Order oi:"3Ieday Awarded
at iuo r.apo.uiDii,
NO SEWIN0 MACHINE RECEIVED A
A fKW (JOOD REASONS:
1. A Now Invention thtii.ir
ud i'curedby It"'';,eDt.. . , ,.,
XMakfi j i.Kvr.rr Ixck HUtch, alike
un both ldc, on all klnd.ol uoodi.
3. ltuni Light, fimootb, Nolielrti, and
It.pld bent combination ol qualities.
4. Durable ltun. lor yearn without re
pair.. ft. Will do all varttleiof Work and Fancy
Mtltclilnc In a Superior manner.
0 In moat cxlslr mantled by tho opera
tor LeiMth of atllch may be altered while
ruunlnir.aud machlna can be threaded vrlth
out Dan.tni! thread through hole.
1' Dcttgn Hlmple, logcnloua, Klegant,
lonotnK the ditch without the uo of Co'a
Wheel (lean, llotary Uamior I-everArmi.
llantliu Automatic Drop Feed, which In
turek uniform length of .tltch atauy.peeed
lit mir tiRW Thread Controller, which fol
low, easy movement of noodle-bar and
prwenia injury 10 lurcau.
H.l!dntructlon moit carcial and On-
Itbvd. Ills inanuractured by tho moU .kill
lul an 1 experienced macbaulc., at tho uelo
bratod Ukminqton Aumoky, Ilion. N. Y.
Wentern Oflli-a ol the company. 'Sll Stale
street Chicago, ill. iiHrtisvr-im.
T. J. KERTH,
BEERWART. ORTH & CO.,
S TO "VIES,
HOLLOW WARE &0-
Manulacturor and Jobber of
TIN, BUHKT IlfON and COVPKK-
J'uiiip., Bird Cage.. Ice Crenm Freeez
Water Coolurx, Wlro Cloth for AS Id-
ilow Hcrt-f n,.ianancu vvui,
Outtrliig and Job Work
MADK A SPECIALITY.
Acunt lor tho
The bet Iron Hooting In tho Market,
irm Abroad will Hecclve Prompt
one with DUpatch and Wuiran
wotk utojtiva Hauawcuou.
,i W If "1
A man Intending to do buslncii niuHt
first prepare himteir to meet tbe re
ulremcnU ofhla customcrg? next he
lunst let eTery possible or probable
customer know that he lc so prepared.
In a Tory small plaro he may TELL nil
the people what he ran do. In a large
village u printed handbill, poster or
circular, properly distributed, will be
cmeaclon?, bat WHOEVER IS IN A
VhkCE LARUE ENOUGH TO SUP
PORT A NEWSPAPER WILL FIND
THAT IT IS THE CHEAPEST MEDIUM
THROUGH WHICH TO ADDRERSTHE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1874.
-. . " a- - TBLfib'liAFHItI
1 S I s
t I SB & I
CO At j
THE CAIRO CITY
are prepared to tupply cuitomem
With the boat j
LXAVK 01UIKI1S AT
tSTIIalllday liro.'a office, No.
STAt Egyptian Mill; or
CiTAt tho coal dump, foot
lainctai&ts to Lir;e Coamatr
Bristol & StilwoU
Keep every thins pertaining to the
line of Staplo and Fancy Groceries,
Woodenwaro, Vegetable?, Fruits, Ac.,
Now is the lime to pot your Jiullt for
early winter Flower, lie have a ttoch
of finer Dutch 1Mb for winter and
tprintj blooming than ever bejorc offered,
imported from Holland for the
autumn trade of 1874, ly 1). Jf. Ferry
v to. J hey can be relied on as choice.
A variety oj
.Toil u ,U
Wc will furnith catalogues contain
ing directions for culture and manage
ment of the above, free, on application.
Will talie orders for anything in the
line of winter gardening.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
wt.t w WELL AUCER AND
I LLta tool I
and Ufrilorr. uiunttirr
VA, A&ZAMS AS Ajnl"DAKOTA.
cor. is-x-k btrhht
Tho Nowly Elected Episcopal
Bishop of Illinois
Failuro of tho Convention
I1K. BEYMOUK'S llEfJI AT.
Wxw Vosk, Oct. 22. iV voto In
Rev. Dr. beyrnoar'a cam in tho Episcopal
convention, counted by indivlduala, ahowt
a clean majority in bla favor. It waa
only ib peoutiar'tnode of voting by dio
cau and orde'ri that secured bla defeat.
A letter road to tba houaa on Wmlnsidar
lT tho bfiboD of treatern How York, ill, I
Dr. Btjaoar gnat injustice, and a
foircblni; Investigation will bo at onco
made, which itii expected will fully vin
dlcato Dr. Soymour and place him in alill
hicher and popular favor. After n dli.
cunion moit extraordinary in tbe blitory
of American cburchet, not ono charge
against blm was auitalned. Do waa found
to bo both sound In doctrine and pure in
life. Tho dioceso of Illinois will probably
re-elect him In two or threo
months, and then bis caso will go
boforo tho bishops and standing
committees, In wboio bands bo is sure of
confirmation. The refusal on tbo part of
tho bouse to hoar blm In bis own defenca
incroasod tbe sympathy felt lor him. A
letter exprcaiivo of undiminished lovo and
confidence in Dr. Hoymour is now being
signed and it will receive a majority of
tbo signatures of the bishops, clergy and
laity, it Is a mattor of peculiar intorest,
that the delegation of Western Now YnrV
t.(1 I ;r blm notwithstanding tbe onpo-
11 u 01 uituon uox. 1 no clerical vole 01
Iowa was for hlji, and It is known that a
majority of tbe bishops are In bis favor.
Fearful Disaster 011 Lake
KA'PLOSION OF A STEAMKR
TKEN LIVUd LOST.
I'XAIIKUI. DISASTER OK LAKE MICUIOAN.
Detkoit. Mich.. Octobar 22 Tho
Northern Transportation company'a
steamer Brooklyn, bound from Ogdens-
uurg 10 unicago, expioaoa tier honors
whilst coming up tbo river. Tho accident
occurred about two o'clock, and thu ef
fects wero fearful, instantly sinking tho
boat and killinc a lares number at Deracna.
Thu steamer Cuba was a short distanco
ahead r n'irn. and
n..rlr all tho urvlvor, Who -.!. ..I
QBta. me tojurou Doing "ai u ""in11'
As vet uu cmpleto Hit of tbo lost or
savod can be obtained. Tho agents hero
state that thoro wero only seven paston-
gors on board; others say that thero wore
at least 10. Tho crow numborod about
20. It is thought that at Unit half tboso
on board were killed.
The passengers killed aro: Mrs Dob
bin and child, Oswego; a lady from
Clevoland, and two Frenchmen from 0.
densburg names unknown, as tbe stew
ard's books are on the sunken wreck. Tbe
crew killed are; John Morley, tint cook.
Ogdeosburg; second cook, namo unknown,
Oswego; Win liilllard, second onginoor,
Ogdensburg ; Jamos Homalno, wheels
man f Michael Huck and James Phillips,
flremon; Capo Vincent and Miko Hind
ley, deck hands ; Samuel Andorson,
porter, Hanniaolor Falls, X. Y. The
savod passengers nro: Captain iloardman,
Chic.go, bead injured and arm broken ;
Jamos Mullon, Ore mi Day, seriously
injured; F "W Stephens, flow Haven,
leg brokoo, heal cut; Kltey Frankim,
Lodl, U., shoulder sprained and
cut on tho bead. Tbo crow savod are :
Oapt. Harvey Drown, uninjured; first
mate Daniel lllder, arm broken; second
mato Abner Mellon, injured In tbo log;
first engineer Wm. Stoddard, fatally hurt;
wboelman A. Parker, slightly; lookout O.
Woad, uninjurod; chambermaid Mary
llrown, leg broken; cabin boy Jas. Gib
bons, unhurt; Amos Xolson, foot burl;
Steward Plumited, unhurt; FroJ. Valley,
deckhand, slightly Injured; two deck
Tbe Brooklyn had a miscellaneous
cargo, and was horsoif valuod at J25.00O.
Somo of tho injured paisongers say the
boat was racing with tho propeller Cuba,
which bad passed ber a short time before
and that she was carrylug a tremendous
bead of steam when tho catastrophe oc
curred. Oapt. Drown attributed tho or
plosion to low water in tho boiler. Tbo
explosion tore ber apart, sinking her al
most instantly, nothing but her pilot
house remaining above wator. A tug was
tent to the sceno of the disaster at live
o'clock and returned at seven, not bring
ing any moro people. Nono of the dead
bodies have as yet been recovered. It Is
reported that one of tho dead bodies is
lloa to a siaico at urassy isianu.
KXTEHSIVE TIM11KR CONrL AQUATION,
BflCixciNNATi, O., Oct 23. Advices
from New Washington, Crawford county,
Ohio, report tbat 2,500 acros of marsh
lands, a few miles from that town, aro on
flro. Great excitement provails among
tho farmors in the vicinity, at their prop
orty is endangered. There aro numerous
tiros in tno woods in tue nortnern and
northwestern portions of Ohio, from tt e
etl'octs of tho continuous drought.
Baton Uouas, La Oct. 22. Tho
steamboat Kiporanza burned last ni;ht at
12 o dock at rrouis isianu. Tho boat and
carco arn a total lots. Tbo ohambormald
of tho boat was lost. No other llvos lost ,
Base ball at New York Ilostonf, 11;
T, Kennedy, a street car conductor,
shot and klllod hlmsolf Thursday night at
The Bishop of UrpM bas arrived at tbe
boadquartors of Don Carlo.
TbaOaillit chief Mogravelo Is at Or-
dunawlth 0,000 men. Zorllla lias re
Tbo Madrid government lia's issuod an
order winding up the provincial bank
within a month.
It is rumored tbtt J, V. Jay, president
iillitiit ; '
of tbo Michigan Oontral
tejdorcd bli resignation.
It is said that Count Arnlm UaiUon
burg, president of tho district of Lorraine
has sent his resignation to Iletlin.
Gen. Eilo bas assumed command of tbe
Carllst forces, and Oen. Mendiri bat taken
t. subordinate position. Doth are wlthDon
Carlos at Kitella.
Mayor Cobb, of lloston, bas sont a com
munication to the common council, r
commendlo immediate action on tbo
quoitlon of an additional watir supply.
Letters bavo boon recolved at the cen
tennial rooms, Philadelphia, from Urazil,
which indicate that the emperor will be
ono of the nation's guests in 1870.
The board of trade of Kingston, Ont.,
hold n meeting yesterday, and condemned
the proposed reciprocity troaty with tbe
Unltod Htates by a vote of 7 to 6.
Siovx City, Iowa, October 1!2. .las.
Bader, reported moruUy wounded In a
recent ngnt wun .Indiana at Jcunnfng
vraior, was orouentinio iori Jtandall to
day and is in a fair war to rocover. Va
rious rumors roach hero of parties sup
posed to bo en routo lor tbe Dltclc Hills
coming in contact with Indians, but thoy
can bo traced to uo rollablo source.
SPEND YOUR MONEY
So that you will get it all back In
For, Real Solid Comfort,
Hy InvniUng it ono of our new pvlent
Famous for giving out a Wonderful
AT 1 Ml cost ron
Mltiltlfl III IVwatrnaltnii,
Carefully Made of Very HoU Material.,
Aiwayshai Klrnl-Rata Draft, and (s
Guaranteed to Qire Satisfaction Iwjvlm
And Under all Circumstances.
Excelsior Man'fg Co
C12 & Oil '. MAIN STREET.,
NT. LOIJIH. MO.
C.W. HV.NDLUSON. Cairo.
A brave man may Mitrvrpaln, when infllcte
upon lilniicir, heroically; but ho
CAXNOT SEE HIS CHILD SUFFER
There I lio other malady, incident to child
hood, thut In accompanied by more Inde
srrlbublo vvrelchcdue.. of tbo little suffer or
'RODUCED BY WORMS;
id when the parent fully understands tho
Ituatiou ho will not delay u moment In cc
urlnir tho moit nromnt and cftli-Icut remn.
lie to Insure tho r.ximlslonot tho Intruders.
Thu remedy may boiound In
DR. KOOKRS' VEGETABLE WORM
l'loaee bear In mind that
KOti KltS' WORM SYRUP
is the reliable pi'opai'atlon
Is a panreparatioupable.
HOUEHS' WORMS YKUl'
is tho liked by children
positively destroys worms.
ROGERS WORM SYRUP
leaves uo bad effects,
HOGK11S WOllM 8Y11UP
is highly recommended by pbyslciaps and
is unquestionably the bent worm medicine
in tho world.
Price 25 cents. For salo by ail druggists.
JOHN F. HENRY, CURKAX CO.,
8 aim 0 Collcsro Place, New York.
MO AT NTIMtF.S
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 7C Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS
jgrspoclal attention given to consign,
menu and tllllmt ordeis. ll-'l tl
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
2Mo. IIO Olilo Xsevo
Evening Star Stoves
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
'' AV hLFMr P"ldont,'
I ,'dJ,V&' Vlc" President,
CHAS. CUJi-NINOllAM, Ca.Uler.
COLLEOTIONS PROMPTLV MADE.
fitS?.C.Ii?.K,roln'.1b"kn,l ,d Ualted
SUtes securities bought nd sold.
Interest allowed on time deposit
THE CITY NATIONAL.
W. P. IIALLIDAY. President; "
HENRY L. IIALLIDAY, Vice Presides!.
A. H.HAFFOIH), Ua.hler;
WALTER HV9LOP, AsuUtant Cashier.
SrAATS TAYton, It. II. CU.N.NI.NOtUM
H. L. UAI.LIDAY, W. P. HAI.I.IDAY.
O. D. WILMAM'OK, aTErilKX lllllH,
A. B. 3AKFOIID.
ExcbahRC, Coin aud United; States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK
Charterd MAKrri 31, 18fi!.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO.
A. 11. HAFFORD. President ;
N. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President ;
il.UYSLOP, Secretary and Treamrer.
P.M.Barclay, Ciias. OiunnEit,
r . J I. hTocKFi.ETU, Paul a. Sciiuii,
R. II. CUX.MKOItAM. It. L. Uai.liday,
J. U. PIIII.LU-S.
INTERET paid on deposits at the rate of
Ix per cent, per annum, March 1st and
Ssptctnber Ut. Interest not withdrawn la
MABBIED WOMEN AND CnlLDEEN JllAY
iiai'OsiT money and mo o.vb ei.sk
CAK DIl AW IT.
Open every business day from a. in. to ,1
p. in., unit KMurdny wciilon lor savings de
posits cnlr, from u to 8 o'clock.
W. HYSLOP. Treasurer.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
T0IINEY& COUNSELOR AT LA
Otnice Over First National Bank. MMm
John II. .Mulkey. William C. Mmkey.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Otnice: Eighth street betwjeu
1 Washlncton avenues
GREEN & GILBERT,
William II. Green, I
William II. Gilbert,
Mile. F. Gilbert,
JStTi'Poclal attention Kivcn
and Stonmbo.it Iiih-Icci.'.
.Ohio Levee, ltooiua ,7 and 8 ovo
FITS CURED FBEE
Any ncrsou .uiterlnff from the abovo
ease Is reoueated to address Dn. PltlCK, aud
a trial bottle ot medicine will bo forwarded
hy express, FREttl
Dr. Prieelsu leitular Tjbvslclan. and bas
made tho treatment ot
FITS OR EPILEPSY
i study for years, and he will warrant a
jure, by tho use of bis remedy.
Do i,ot fall to send to him tor trial bottle
t costs nothing, and ho
WILL CUB): TOII,
30 matter of how long standing ynur cae
nay be. or bow many othe. remodlcs may
Circulars and testimonials sent with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
CHAS. T. PRICK,
Street, bat,oun Wathlugtou and
DR . W. BLAUW
luaers Blcck!(up stairs) crrisr 8tb Stre
and "Washington Avenue.
91 3l-,r UAlltO.tLLlNOW
Add Dealer lh
Lime, Cement, PlutorfHk, &a.
tBTl will Mil la ear loarf inta ma,.
turers prices, adding ftftbAt. -
COFFBY, HABRlflOIf CO.,
(auectswrs tD. HudlM.)
rLecB.tiBAr simm w
Ko 63 Ohio Lana, OAIKO. I1.UI.
f AKD -
OlNEItAL C'oMMIMiOT MmCsTAST,
133 Ohio Levee, Cairo.
U. A. TIiobw j,. D fimi
TKOKB It VBOXmnL,
Buceesosn to B. M W-nt
Foreign aad Oosbm
PETJIT8 J&.3JT3D XTXTTEi
131 CeauaercUl Avtnce,
WHOLESALE AMD MtTAJL.
labomt Yijuamr stock mt tmm a
O. Oi rATfaW
MILLER & PARKER.
FORWARDING MERCH S.
FLOUR, CORN. OATS, JffAT.&ei
Agents for Valrbank SctJtw.,
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
(Successor to John B. Pbffcsj
rnouiaDn tun jaroputMTti
MEAL, B&AN, to.
Agents for L&flin & Hand Powder Oanpuj.
CORf TEXTIt ST. & OHIO LKYBB,
AYKR8 & Ufc)
FLO TT' JSj
OEN Elf AL COMMISSlONlttM HAJI1S
No. 7H I.avaK.ORroOAiaAltXJU
W. Stratton. T.DIrd
STRATTON A BIRD
Agents American Powder Company
07 oso zerss ckjsto.
R. SMYTH A 66.
LIQUOR BE A.LEK
No. GO Ohio Lovee,
Hotel and Ecstaurxunt
122 Coiiimcrcial Avenue.
Two doors north of Cairo and Vlsccaan SsHiead
A trusty watoh ktpt nljbl and ebty for
Trains and Meamboat.
THE REST OF ACCOMXODATWJW
for tranclent gustts at
TWO DOHA It.S P HR DiL
198-10-1-tf . .
Cairo Box and Basket1 Co.
ALL KINB8, AW AsT,VlT,
JCeep conitauUT.oisiaail -
FLOORING I tlDINa-
. ALIO, LATfc, y