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RAILROADS.
ILiiaa'isu':
TIM IS OAIU).
U.INOI3 UKNTRAI, 11A' t)AI.
THAtNH IJIlVli OAtKO
liii at., , 12:15 n. I Daily.
Mircura , , ,.i;n p.m. , ...
oiKiiin 4:0) a. in.,, ..except Kunilay
t'liii hi .hum fiiiu
I 'bint . IsOil i.lii. . 11
AKIIIVK A r CAI1UI
siiai , .....r.pi a.in., Dally
Irr lit ... aa n. ni cxccut siiiiiiiii'
Ie If lit nt .7 .") n.m KcPfit Monday
i'"htnt ,...lll:0i p.m., except hunday
iit'ii ni r.w p.m.,.
5 ' IT-tf. .Tamkb .Johnson, Agent.
T.N'.r .LE-
.l.OlIIHANn i.
ANDHOLIi.i.KN
MOUNTAIN
RAILROAD.
I )nnHi:l-1 nrrivo at and dr ir". from tho
i o corner Bcveniii street and (.nintnor
11'cxr.T I- xpres. loaves Dally at 1:00 a. m
I ntric at:i;00 a. in.
i Al aniens loi loivnitr:
Iriiron;tli l-'r eight leave- Dally except Him-
nl Wl ,,. Tltlil ll.lll-A, II. 1. .. ...
rime to all point in Texas ml Arl;ana,
KNTY-10I II Mill Hi THAN IIV A XV
OrilKll IIOITK.
Tmi Iroml alro to J.ttllo Itork II lionn.
'lo rrxarcana.. Hours.
'I n .If1 Iff rs )tl. Trx.v, ' lioui.
To .M ar.li ill SO hours.
Tn Hlireveport, l-ou islmn, T.I hours.
r llalU-, Trvit, 20 lioum, '
'I'ji Ilcarn", Ti'xn, 3 lioiirc.
To lloii.ton, Texa., II Iioiii.
To (iiiktoton, Tcxa, II hour.
1). AXTM.t., Ciller Engineer.
i W llrVi MlioUKd, Agent, Colro
AlHOfe YlNCENNESR.lt.
nr.iwiTN
lYIEO, K ANSVI LLE, INDIAN.
AI'ULltJ, CINCINNATI AND
LOUISVILLE.
URTrKS II0MU5 KACII MAY. AND
ALL DAYLIGHT ItfNs
NNINO
THROUGH
CIIAMOH
WITHOUT
liiiUiui('.i4 and Cliieinnili IIprf,
avc aim fi-O) a. M
nve anm wki '
1:1 M. Jmih :ind Siiillieailbni It. It.
I nvta L.ali'Hi 3:13 r,M.
..v. l i.TeiiBCn 12:15 "
lm lul'ampolli and Vliirennp, It. It.
-uvt i InJ aiiapoll m v. i.
Via O.ii) .lid ilhrinlppi 11. It.
Irr ;ii S: .Mi i moil b:tU i; i.
-f .ci .nt an .!i fiX) "
rrti' Louiivlile. :.'0 "
Cairo l:irM,
- Ii:lianap a b:H) A. .
V . i ill' innail lirVi
avt l.oi. nilR li,.iy
I'm : I lire inn I-. M.
avis i:;ci.'liinx . ,i ":ri
Lvaukiii.e l2:o '
its t Jrmi f:SJ
Irr .11 lairo 0M "
M'VKl) OITT ACCOMMOl'ATIOM.
av ! ait 3 1!:ri0 am! &:(J0 I'.il.
Mor I ivy I:l0audfi:0 "
IM..J ii!ya aiiud.tloii ruoi Wednet.
ij- and Saturdj;
connri'tlon to and frnm all
lnu l:t and North, at IiidlniolU and
lllr.uul, i a, r,,, a point,
iit.i nu Wit ol I alro by mil and
r.
II. (joormini,
(icn'iT.i.k-t A't.
II. L. Slointii.l.,
(i niral up't.
DR. EOGERS'
mm mm mm
' rai -m
itiiay Mirterpaln, when leflicto
f, hiroi ; tut ho
I poll 1 ,11
I'Axxor shi: ins cim.n surn:n
jere ti other milady, I nclilent to child-
lo-id, 'hat U ncc'iinpaiiied by more imle
riba'ls wrct h' Jncmorthe little Millirer
I laii t at
PRODUCED BY WORMS;
In lw'. n fie parent fully umlcritandi tho
1 1-' .ii ne win nr.li ueiay n inomeni in K-irtcrt'i-
I.!', t prompt unit efficient re mo.
te 1 1) in lie the exnuMoiiol I he intnulcrt.
Ik re int. ly may he louiid In
lUS, KOOKHS VEC.KTAIII.K WOUM
SVBUl'.
llcai litnr lu mind that
.01-1 Its' WOKMSYltl l
I. the rcilab'.e pre) at ition
llOdl.lts' WOltMhYUUl'
I a palpab!elrcparifl3ii,
liOf.Ki: WOItMMULT
U tlio llkcii by children
llOuLUS' WOItMSYIIL'l'
poiltlvely deitroM worms.
liotiKits' woitMYian'
haven no bad effect.".
Ill 0 OK US' WO KM SYKUP
liLhly reommended by phylrlati a.id
a uufiiit'Ftloiuaiv tho hivt worm me lliliia
in l.io won 1.
Itlce 25 centi. Kori.aIe by all diusedl.
I.IOI N T. IIUMIY, cntllAN A: CO.,
rroprlctorii
8 ami 0 C oltcc l'lace, Now Yoik.
AUCTION!
Asaignoo's Sale.
QUEENSW AJ1E-
CHINA AND (lIiAasWAKi:,
Jtockinsliam & Ycllow-
wire.
STONEWARE,
l iiina Ornaincntu n.t Toy. Tan.-y (loodn
I'latod-AViire, Tiihlo and J'ocknt.
Ciitlory, l.Htnpt Lump
Chluinj'.v. Trim.
lidoiilii"; (1'aeneJ A" in fact, overyllilns
t)i'l.'iir,iii! to 11
I'lltrfT CLASS QUHRNSWAKB
riroun.
All tlio uboio jroodi, together with the
Mom l'Lvlurcn. will no Mild nl liubllo ntic
lion, coiniiieiielns Monday, .November Utli
mid will continue until ml I hold, CntUI
tlii't tliiio I will Mil ut priiato -ulo nt bur
,'alim. Doalern uro llilfltil to rail and ex
tiuillia uo'idn, nt No. 5 and 7, Truth utrerl,
tjiilvo. fillnols. ,1, T. THOMAS,
:iDl-lif--7-tl Ahflgnco I'arhOlH, D.ivU Ii Co
E. MAXWELL & CO.,
DejU'r lit
IN II
BURNING OILS
No.OKINovtlieliiinSI, ST. LOl l-',
.MO,
E3T1I. 11, AkoiiIh for French's riiunbago
uih. m-.a-.int
Railway mmm
ppf phot JTOMttL -
gggj BTOragisr btopeto. qob. lamEc agBBBT p wabhistmo": "
VOL. .
AGENTS WANTED FOR
JROFi FOWLER'S GREAT WORK
OiiMsnhood, Womanhood ami tliclr Mil
tual InteMlelatlomt. Love, Its bans, I'oiv.
IT, etc. .Alcntl aro aclllnt. frnm ir, .n .,
"Pirn a day, .Send rorsptiTmen l ago ami
J emit to Agents, ami see why it udm faiter
'.'."V.."." ol,lcr "oo1" AiIifroM Nation I
riltlllcllfnif CO.. I'lllla.. . ( hlpn-.n III .
HI. trills Mo. '
THE MASON 6 HAMLIN CROAN COMPANY,
wlnnoifi of Three; J!lliot Medsls anil
Diploma of Honor, at Vienna, loT.'t, ami
I'arln, IMT. row ollcrtlio Ilnest assortment
of tlm Dent Cabinet Organs In tlio World, In.
riiiuiiik now itic wiiii rrccm irnnroic-
menu, not only oxclii'ivciv lr caOi, ai
formerly, hut n(o on Ncw'pLino ol eay
payment', tbo inot favorable, ever ofrered.
Oriram Itoiitcd with privilege ol iiin lne.
to alinont nny part of tlio country. I'lrH
payment t'l PO or iitivvaril.
Illnitratcil CataloKiiui and Clrctilaro, wl'li
full particular., cnt Irecon rciiicit. Ad
dre'i".
MASON &. HAMLIN OROAN CO.
H6ptoTi, New York or CMi-ago,
A NEW CHROMO FOR 1874.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
Will Vive lo cirrr Miticrifr. wl..il.n.
.SIiikIo or In a i lull, who payn In Aihtnce
for IhW, nnd remits direct to tlil olllip. a
ropy or "TIIK ItlJL'i:," the handoiiet
rhrolil'i rvrr offered hy a publl'licr.
Term M pernnnum. KorClrcil'ar. ca
talntiijf l erin for Clnln, etc, addren L. A.
(lODhY, l'lil adelphia. I'a. '
I--r-.--- irvibirmnuMfarAnTrnii
fWMl (.1:11 fU-p. Tm lf.w
S20 l,rr.,!l' bomc. Term 4 free
r minrei, iu:o bti.n.
MJ.X ft Co.,
CEXTAIt MXAM:.T.
he irreat dliovery of lie
nrn. Tbero It ao pain ivhuh
the Centaur Liniment will no
relieve, no n'cltlnt: whuh it
will not niliili .-. md n lame
ni'h.Nlil.l. ii , ; it cure
T1iIj I. fining iui;ii, Nut
ifi.iMu. ii i. ... i i.i...
WHyf11 the rreilio Ih ihIimmI n.md
e n ImhIIh. A elrrul.tr contain n ce'till
e.iti o wonderful curr of rluinitNm
tjeiirnli'ii. lock-Javr, fjinlni, iwelilii);,
calils caked lircu.li, iolonoui bte fioen
feet, Kout, Kxlirheum, enr-acha A-e.,and the
recipe or the l.lnlineiit Mill ho etituratU to
iione. It ii thutno.t nomleifu hcalliix
and luln rellniliiir refill the world lm ever
produced, n rU ut no article luloro did
ell, audit fclli Ij.'i-nllMJ it doiJut what It
preten.N to do. One bottle of the Centaur
Liniment lor anlmiN (ellow wrappcrjli
worth a hundred dollars :or manned.
trained or called boie and innli.. and lor
erciv-H-omi lu idiei-p. .So fainilvor tock.
owner ran afford to be without 'Jmtaurl.ln
I me nt. I'rice.W ecntij largo hoUSI. -I
11. Hoe.V Co., M liroadva). Nevr.
CATOIHA Ih more than a iiilolltuto for
Cator Oil. It Ii the only havk 'ielo In ex-
tvliiinm fcl.U . - ...IllatO ll In,,.
rnrn wlmlcollc mid iirtducc imtural h'eep.
It I pleaant to take, i.lilliircii ned not err
ami mother may .leep. 10-7 wly
.voiici:.
f-rATi: or Ii.i.tMiii. 1, in tho
Ali:x.i.vikii Cou.m v. J " Circuit Court.
1 huiuui II. I arrln
vs.
L'ltltla iU.i: I.'arnotJIIe and Claudin.
C. JIizc, and SttmicI staati Tailor and
IMivin J'arroti", Triutiei or tho Cairo City
Properly i.oinp.111.
inn 111 ciianecry lor pecilie perfouiuuci',
Tho above named defrmlanti .ro liciriiv
notllied that the aboi ntllled m'.t Ii penu
ni In tald couit, and the time aad place of
the 1 1 turn nl niminon. In ilm ca-o, l.i the
next term of i-nlil court, to be holdcn ut tho
court hoiim. in the? city ol Cairo, In said
couiiti, oil the tlr.it .Monday In January, A.
.'". iir.i. iiri.l .-3. IIMJU.11.
ill-ItVlT-Wtt
Circuit Court.
'I 1 1 K 1 1 : : U uinic lun In tho
A LlllTllin l'l.lK'ir limn nnv
(ila
InU-il or 1 riiiteil norv tbui
iaj biun "Iveu Ut tlio public lor
yean. .ivcr oeioto mi nccn
IIYDKII.
I'ubiuuer,
Cleveland, Ohio.
3. F. PARKER.,
(Suv. essor to Parker Si H!akc,
Dealer in
PAINTS & OILS
VARNISHES,
KUUSIIliS
WALfj PAPKK,
WINDOW GLASS,
WINDOW SIIADKS
Ami tho celebrated lllumlnutln-
;aurora oil.
Ilrcie' Huildlni;, lltU St. ! Oomorclal Av
CJAIHO, ILLS.
RoU. Wood & Oo
KIDOH AVKNUB
PHILADELPHIA, PENN.,
runntnliiii, V.h-pk, Antiiialn. Iron Slnlrs,
l.llltip 1 llv"i ni"''"- 1 lllllllj.l,
Wiro Worlis.
HAST. WIIOUGHT & WIIiE RAILINGS
Ni:V and IMltOVKI'D CHAIH forthoatrcs,
Concert unit Lecture llalbi.
Ami n General Assortmont of Orna
mental Iron Work
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Hnppy Ui'llcf for Young Jlen Horn tlm ol
lrc ol KrtofH anil Abuiei In early life,
Manhood Itei-torrd. Impediments to Mnr
riiiiju rdimived. Neivmethoilot treatment.
Sew and rcimirkabb rrmedlci. llookn and
.Irciilnrii uMit fi'eo In healed envelopes, ad-
lros. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, 410
Sirth Ninth St., I'hlladclphla, ra an
.lutltutlon huvliig a high reputation for
toroalilo conduct iiml uroloslomu tKill.
l
Sfifi WKKIC cuarahteed toMale and
nil 1 mialo Awntt In their locality.
I I Co.t. nothing to try t. 1'articii- i
XK,..-utK,:i,Yco
3510-2T.dftwlw I
I
aeeorueil lo anv plctuie or tt
ff(rtg orplcturci'.tlio populatlty tbe-e
If II II Kl ( llllllllOH halo illl.llneil. Sly..
ItfcUVllI 1" !' inches lilco. $16
Ti il Aitilre.i or.ler to
mi Wl ). r
H ilT ty - '- ----- ttMUfe.', w -.-.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1874.
Bristol & Stilwoll
Family Grocer3,
Keep oicry tiling jicrlaininK to the
lino of h'taplo and Kanoy GrocerUn,
Woodonwart Vegetables, KrultM, &e.,
HYACINTHS.
Xoio ii the time to pot your liulbt for
Hirb tcinlrr Fhicert. He wife a ttock
of finer Dutch lklht for tcintcr ami
rpring blooming than ever before offered,
nnwrtca from Jlollana lor the
autumn trade of 1874, by D. M. Ferry
if- (Jo. 1 hey can reded on a$ choice.
A variety oj
Hyndntli,
Tulips,
Crocus
Jo Ac.
IIlllllS,
Hyacinth Iilusc9.
H'c icH furnith catalogues contain-
i'.j tlirtrlttm fur culture 11111 titmififf.
menl of the. above, fric, on application.
Will tii.r.ordrr for anything in the
line of winter gardening.
No 32 EIGHTH St.
T. J. KERTH.
Pucceofor to
BEERWART, ORTH &, CO.,
Dealer lu
S T O "V S S,
HOLLOW WARE &0-,
Manutacturor and Jobber of
C1N, H11EKT IKON and COl'l'EU.
WARE.
Piinini.
lllrd CagCK, Ico Cream Krceezm
Water Coolcre, Wire Cloth for Win-
ilow
Scrcemylananed Ware,
r.ie., 1.1c.
TIN BOOFING
Guttering and Job Work
MAI) J. A SPK0IAL1TY.
Agent for the
GARRY IRON ROOFING CO.
The beet Iron Roollng In tho jfarket.
OrJ.ru rmm
Abroad will Receive Prompt',
Attention.
Work dono ulth Dispatch and Warranted
to mo Haltsiuciinii.
DR . W. J3LATJW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN,
urjors llcck(up itsmjeeii r r ll- Wne
and WasUliigton Ypf11!1:
9.1-3:tf
1
The Elections.
liiitcr Tolcgraplilc Ncwm.
PENNSYLVANIA.
ihmouhah. srr: in ur Ki.nTrr.
I'lilLAiiaLfiliA, NuvtUiUi -.1110
Lvenitu; Tletrpn layt that llu ..inu.
trullu Pl,iu ticket u prutly 1 ilmuiy
all ulcclvd. U.i,. ml JiCui-1 n uu
doutttdly tl.fealt UonoriJ ieulti for loc
lelary of lourcal AU'.iii. JuJ Olta.
teaJ, thu republican tanddiiUkr .Ivut.n
ant governor, lead, hi, tcket l.uro and
eliuwli.re, and may pouliy b ulucttd by
niniall majority, out itiocbancii appear
to be agalntl him. Th. iioate will Hand
28 repuDllcani to 22 dontcraU, but th.
bouio will bavu Irom 10 to i democratic
mtjorlly, making tbo Jeglilature demo
cratlc on joint ballot, and iccurinu to tho
democrat tho United tiutea tinator In
placonf bcott, republican.
1,000 UKMocaATic MAJaBlrv,
Nkw York, Noimtr 5. Samuel J.
lUndall tolii:rpU from Philadelphia:
"I fee) corlaln that we bavl tb. itaix bjr
ujur -1,000 niilorily, and mtlorlty on
Joint ballot In tho leglilatira. 'i'bera aro
ixleeu demovralio congreutuen eledld. '
VIRGINIA.
KlillitOND, Va. Nor. t. A dlioatch
froui Diovllle claim the election ol" U. U.
Cabol, coniarvativo, for co:grcis from the
riltti dliirict over TBotui, republican.
Ii. 11. Douclai, coaierratiTe. defoati
Suntr, tepubllcan, preitct member from
Hnt dixtict. l'lait, r.publlcan. Ii re
.lectori In thBeconddlitr!:t ovurGood.br
nearly '200 miloritv. There Ii a rjroba.
b.lity of accntaitla thlidlitrict.conmrTa-
llvea clalmlnK ttat a larue number of
fraudulent negro rotci were :aj, tbuy be
OK temporarily colonized from fourth J11
irict (s.uw.uij ia bich there mi uo
organized contott. Th. congreiilonal dele
gation from Virginia itandi 7 couterra
tirea tu 2 IlefnUicmi, a coniervative
gain of 8.
ka"nsas.
Atcui.so.v, November 4. Tho Dally
Champion hai rtturni from olgbty-lwo
of tbo logiilatire diitncti .rtho tlate. V!
tbeiu tlxty elect reputllc.ni, ten elect re.
formon, nine elect d.uocrati, two el.ct
Independent. republlcani and ono waa
elected on a hcri-law inue. Or the iwon
ty diitricta not heard from, tlfleon wilt
probably elect republicans and threa will
end opposition tuemUri, 10 that tho ro
publicans will save about two-thirds of
tho tower ho3o. Of the thirty-three sen
ators chosen the republicans elect twenty
and the opposition tor. Three districts
have not beeo beard from or are In doubt.
Of these the republicans will carry two,
giving theta twenly-two of tba thirty.
three senatcri. Tho returns from the
north-western counties show very heavy
republican majorities.
MICHIGAN.
ALMOST FULL RCTL'BNS.
Detroit, Nov. 5. Returns received by
th. i',o Tress, up to this time, from
all but thirteen small counties, i-lvo Hag.
ley, republican, for governor, a majority
ot Upit. In tbo eighth conventional
district tho vole is exceedingly close, with
the chances in favor ol ilradley by from
00 to 100 majority.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
INCOMl'LKTI KETUR.N0.
Cuarlk-tox, Nov. 5. Tho Nows and
Courier, from incompieto returns, con
cedes tbo election ot Chamberlain by
about 0,000 majority, also concedes the
election of Wallace,rcpublicnn,and Hoge,
republican, to congren. liainev's ru-olec-tlon
is still in doubt.
ALABAMA.
DEMOCRATIC uaii.i..
ilONTOOMsav, NoromLer fi. Tho dls
patches still show democrat gains. Tho
lesulnturo is about sixty democrais to
foity republicans. Returns from,tbe Second
district ore not all in. Tbo changes are
in favor of tba election of Williams, dem
ocrat. LATEX.
Williams, democrat, for congress, is
certainly olecled In the second district,
over Itabiur (colored), republican. Tbo
changes of iho election of Hrombery, dem
ocrat, for congrss in tao First district,
aro goou.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
'JO.OOO radical majority.
Washington, November C Attorney
General Williams received the following
dispatch this morning :
OoLTiHiiu, 8. 0., Novsmbor C To
Hon. George II, Williams. Attorney-Gen
eral Chamberlain is elected by 20.000
malority. rive republican coneressmen
are elocted. No serious disturbances yet
reported. H. M. Wallacic,
unitca Slates Marshal.
ARKANSAS.
ALL DEMOCRATIC C0M0.RKSSMI.V.
Littlk Rock, Nov. 5. From oOkial
roturut so far received, the democrats
claim tbo election of tbtir entire congres
sional ticket ry ttio following majorities;
Gauze, lint district, from 4000 toSOOO;
Slomons, socond district, 800 to 1600 ;
Wllshtre, fourth district, from 3500 to
4500 over both bis opponents, Hayneiand
Tbomason.
THE PECK FAMILY.
INTERESTING RE-UNION OF
FA1ULY OF LEVITE9.
The l'eck family havo lately hold a re
union at the resldenoo of Disbop Jesse T.
l'eck, in Syracuse, ri. 1,, commencing on
Friday, October '.'3, and continuing until
tbo following Monday, It was a remark.
ablo gathering, inasmuch as it assemblod
together sixteen out of tho ninotoen living
Methodist preachers of the family. Tbe
following namod gentlemen nero In at
tendance ;
Rev. Luther II. l'eck, of Pitcher, N,
-- 1 on .......
i., ijeu
Ruv. Geo. l'eck, I). 1)., cf Scranton, Pa.,
aired 17 voais.
Rev. Andrew 3'ock, of Cortland, agod "4
voars.
Rov. William Peck, ot Fultou, aged "0
veara.
Ulshop Jesse T. Pool', of Svracuie, aged
03 years.
TTho above are sons of the Into Huv
Luther and Annie Coller Peck.l
Rov. Ooorge Peck llennett, i.ou of Mrs,
achel llennett. eldest daughter of Rev
Lutbor l'eck. '
, Ret. William XI. Welch, grandson
Iter. Liuhcr l'eck. bath of Iowa.
of
Rev Daniel Hall, of Chatsriua, Rrana.
son of llai tba, second daughter or Rov
Luther l'eck.
lUr. Oeorgo M. l'eck, of Honoidalr,
and Rey. Luther W. l'eck, cf Waverly
1 enn., suns of Rev. OtoivA lnk ti 11
Rov. E. A. l'eck, ol Hb.ldtakf. N. Y.,
id Oeorgo A. l'lace, of Hyi.cuie, grand
n of Rov. Andrew l'eck.
and
son
. ToKtl'y Crane, of New Jersey,
on.ln.law of ltv. Oeorgo A. 1-ck, D. '
Of these gentlemen, three aro presiding
olden, Qvo are ei-nrnidin,. .iur. .,i
ono bishop. There wero alio present two
surviving inters or the bishop (Tour hav
Ing died), Mrs. Annie Crow.ii. nd Mrs.
Susanna Smith, tho flfih and ilxth daugb
ivii ui iier. Autuer bus jnnie J. f.ck,
T U E VEN DOMh'cOliUMN .
From the I.ondsn Globe
The Vendome Column Is Unished All
that Is wanting now Is tin sWlue, but that
will haVo to await political events. It
nwald b maulfestly absurd lo place any
other statue on a monument dedlcsled lo
Napoleon than one of the Emperor.
Moreover, tho voteof tho assembly decid
ed tbat;tii. "coluuis should bo restored
to lis former state." Rut It is impossible
to predict what fof.v the French mar
commit. A French piper elves a roman-
tlu account ol the statu, well known to
Englishmen, which su mounted the col
utnn under tbo second tmplre. Origin
ally the work of Cbaudet,it was removed
in 1810 to be melted down nd tu furnish
tbt bronza for tho statuo ot Henry IV.
The workmen, then Uouapartiiw, clubbed
log.mer to buy bronze to repluo the
melal.which was sacred to them, ana with
wbioh thev made several reduced con;..
of the original statue. His said that ten
of these statuettos aro to this day In the
left leg or the good Kini
Henry. Tho little Victory, which the
Emperor held In his hand, escaped tbe
breaking up, and waa discovered some
year, .ucrward. in 1B31 tie statue was
replaced, but it was tho Emporer as tho
"Little Corporal," who In singularly bad
tiste figured ou tho summit 01 a column
which is an imitation of tho pillar of
Trojan at Rome. When Napoleon .III
willed tu restore tho worker Cbaudol, il
waslutruited to 11. Dumont, who was
furtunate enough to be able to replaco the
ordinal Victory in Caiar's hand. Altor
theovertbrow of tho column by the Com
muilits, all th. pieces of the statue were
recivered excopt tho Victory. A com
pie's model, however, exists in the artist's
stulio. The building of tbo column bo
gat eighteen months ago, and has
cos' 150,000 franc, the sum voted for it,
besdes a supplementary sum for paving.
Kevin hundred pieces of bronze had to be
piecd together agsln, and each plate was
mad good separately. Here a note had
to te replaced, or a leg, or an entire figure.
So exceptional is this kind uf work, that
thera Is no preclss terra In art or manu
factures lo describe it adequately. It is
not anlikely that tbe I'arlslans, dellgbtod
at reeing one of tholr most beautiful mon
ument restored to them almost unin
jured, miy hasten on tho rebuilding of the
Tuillerles and Hotel de Ville.
VERY MEA.N
Clilcaga Tribune
Tbero ii published in San Francisco a
woekly paper known as tho News Letter,
which welts a monopoly of tho business or
traducing rospectable women. The readi
ness wth which il will publish a libel oo
a woniatt was recently llluitrated, and as
the case Involves a statesman of rreat re
cent prominence, the circumstance wil bo
of iicrtased interost. Senator Jones, of
Nevids, has boon in receipt of anonymous
iellcH assailing the reputation or Miss
Georgian Sullivan, his 11 an ceo. For a
longtime tbo senator paid no attentiou to
tbest dirty slanders, but his attention
waa called to a coamo iquib upon the
youo; lady's rather, Mr. bullivan, in tbe
Ncos-Loller. Mr. Sullivan, accompanied
l.j. Hinator Jones, visited tho office "a
told Mr. .Marriott. tb - rPri
that bo wm neld personally reponilblo for
the firagraph. Mr. Marriott replied that
the aiciety news written In imitation of
the "Walks Among tbo Churches" of tho
Chicigo Times, was sent by mall. A
plan uas formed to detect the contributor
of tbk f xquislis gossip, and he was caught
In the act ol dropping a teltor I Mo the box
nt the poitotlice, addressed to the News
Letter. It was found to bo n young socl.
ely man, and a well-known lawyer.
An ordor was obtained by Mr.
Sullivan from Mr. Marrhtt for pos
session or tho lotter, and it was found to
contain a very obscene and scurrilous
attack upon .Mr. Sullivan, bis laughter,
and her alliituced husband, tho Senator
from Nevada. Tho handwriting was
IdentiSod as that of a sister of the young
man who mailed tho letter, and, Author
more, as that o tbe anonymous letters re
cetved by Senator Jones. Tho dastardly
author was a rejected suitor or Miss Sulli
van, ono has noi Deen tnooniy iaay, lor
It Is statod that tho min has for some
time boon engaged in the business ot
writing up "socioty nows' lor the riows.
Letter, and anonymous leuers 10 young
couples engaged to Ve married, and to
husbands and wives.
THESE GENTLE.
MEN havo hcen and
are plcasod wiui tu
i-hromoi "1'Iuck. '
which lorlliciriiumor
ml tine moral lcisau
n well as the excel
lence ot execution,
are the raoi-t popular
chromoi, of the dar, and should have ti place
In every family.
ril!rT,'?IUTllKl'Alll.
II not found at your picture dcalcri tend
your order, or tr a descriptive circular,
the publlihcr. .). 1'. RYDEIt
1. leavcinii'i.
FITS CURED FREE
Any person huilurlug Irom the above till-
ease In reiUestcd to addrensnn. ntiCK, and
a trial bottle ol medicine will bo forwarded
bv exnruns. l'HHl 1
nr. rneu isu icKiuar piij'Diciau, auu ua.
muo me ueai' ui 01
FITS OK EPILEPSY
i study lor years, and he will warrant a
sure, by tho two of his remedy.
Do i,ot fall to send to lilin for trial bottle ;
t costs nothing, and ho
WILL ClIKK YOII.
io mutter oi now longstanding ynur cao
uay be. or how many othe. rviuedics tuny
oave failed,
Clrctilurs and testimonials cnt with
FREE TRIAL I10TTI.E.
Addicts
CHAS. T. PRICE,
US-IWJ-d&wly
OA.
N0275
sam wilson"
DICAt.KIt I.N
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
I"o. XXo OUlo Ziovo
. CAIRO ILLS.
liAWTKIU.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
TOUNEYfc COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Offllce Over Flrnt National Hank,
lVJm
JohnU.atulkey.
MULKEY
ATTORNEYS
William C. Muikey.
&, SON,
AT LAW
CA1EO, IXjIiS.
OBIIcet Elshth street between Commer
vim nuu 11 oiuiurien tvenues u-14-tf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Green,
William It. Gilbert,
tiles F. Gilbert,
CAIRO, IZ.I.P.
GTVpeclal attsntlon given to Admiralty
Mid 3lr.tia0o.il Ihi"Idc.
Office!
Ohio Levee, UooinH ." and S over
Cltr National Hank
C. WINSTON t CO.
Real Estate
Agents
AUCTIONEERS,
74 Ohio Levee, Second Floor,)
CAIRO, ILL.
Iluy and Sell HEAL ESTATE, Pay TAXE
Furnishes AbstracU of Title.
CZTLand Commissioner.
BOAT .HTOIIKS
J. Q. HARM AN &, CO.
IREjj&.Xj BSTA TE
HOUSE AGENT,
COLLKCTORS,
CONYFA'ANCKRS,;
NOTAUIKS PUBLICS
d l-nml Aireuta ot the Illinois Central and
lliirlington and Mlxboiirt It. It. Con.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Levee,
CAIRO. ILLS.
DAN1KL LAMl'intT
FASHIONABLE BARBER
AND
fl A I E D3BSSEE
ilU'.h Street, bot.een Wanhlngton and
Commercial Avenue.
HAlKO, ILLS.
CAIRO hE HICKMAN SAIL7 PACKET
GOMMKVCINO MoNIlAY, NOV, 4, 18TI
r-rrlfTV
Steamer J. W. MILLS,
E. C. V
l'KLi.1,
.Mu.ler.
.1.14. .VI. IIKVXIILY.
Cler k.
Lcaieao, Iro every day except Etinday, at
;i c'clock p.m.
Leaves Hicknraii every day exespt Sunday,
ut il o'clock p.m.
Landing at all Intermediate Polnti-.
lClMO-31-tr
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restauraunt
122Coiniiiercial Avon no.
Two door north cf C'auo and Vinccnncs PJInwd
Ucpct,
WM. WETZEL -
PnorniBTon
A truity watch kept nlghl and day lor
Train) and Steamboats.
THE REST OF ACCOMMODATIONS
for trancicnl guests at
T WO DOLLARS PER D A
2oa-io-i.tr
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
Wholesale ami Retail Dealers In
.l'URE LAKE 10E,
Cairo, Illinois, and Columbus, Konttiiky
Cairo otllco at Ilulon & Wilson's, corner
Tivelllh street itnd Ohio levee.
Wo will run an Ice wagon throiiRliout Ihn
reason, delivering pt'te lake lc in any part
ol the city at the lowest market price, anil
ivllluUn tiirulah our frlendx outMde the c tv
with lee bv the cake or car load, picked lo
law dust, lor siupinem to any uimhih'o.
' J-n-'J'l-tf
C, CLOSE '
(1KUERAL " , 7 1 , ,
Commission Mcrclmnt ; ?'
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, PJa(er, Hair, Ac.
OHIO LEVEE.
GTI will w)I In car load Iota at luioulao
turera prices, iddlng freight.
l.Ma-.l,ui, rTcTij!;
rVATHUSS 6V UHL.
Forwarding t (icera. ,
Comnission ICerehants,
ttealera In
VLOnU. GIIA1N. iVav avr.
W5W1KUN 1-llODUOKr
Ohio Lxvee,
Oaiko, It.t.s.
COFPSY, HAIUUSON & CO.,
(Sucisssors to D. Uuxd Boa.)
afOH,-wARxrr35j-c
Am
Commisaion Morchants,
rtVeOB.ilHAIN AMU MAT,
Ko 63 Otto lvee, QAIHO, ILLH
Wood RittenlioTiae & Brotlier
H,OTJ,
G;.NKnAL Commission MKncirxyr,
133 Ohio Xiovee, Cairo.
11. A. Tnosos it. u. TAota.
THOMB st BROTHER,
Muecesosrs to II. M.Iiula,
EMISSION MEBCBANIS, BROKJCH
tm psuLaou ns
atapl am Wmmur OrstMrle.
rorstgn and Dottattia
&-RTTXTB -A.3STXJ 25TTJTB
1S4 CoBuoerctaJ Avenue,
OAIRO. - IfcLIWOIH.
N1W yUKK. BXOxtK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAftoasT vabitt stock i tbh citt
GOODS BOLD VKBTOLOSB.
himer af laatMatai ar mm Cmm
aorelal Avoassa
OA1BO, ILL.IMOIB.
U. O. PATlEJf
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
AN
Forwarding Merchants.
Deilcrs in
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY.&c:
Agents fo; Fairbank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO IL1.9.
JOHN B. PHILLIS S&.80N.
(.Bueceasor to John 11. VhlUts,
General Commission
t AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Dealers In
HAY, C03N,
, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, 4c.
Agents for 110111 & Rani Powder Companj.
COR. TENTH ST. O1U0 LEVEE.
CAIRO, ILLS.
W. tftratton. T. Bird
STRATTON L BIRD
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
Commission Merchants)
Agenttt American Powder Company
ST tUIO LXYSS, CAJSO.
a. u ,ay an, c J. ayim
AYKJW A CO.,
FLOUR
GUN Ell rL COMMISSION MEWJH ANTS
No. 7H On in LxYa.()Alo. III.
R.
SMYTH &
CO.
lVIOLh'3.iLC
LIQUOR DEAL Ell
Nu GO Ohio Lovee,
OAIRO, ILLINOIS
M. K. KUENE,
lASUfACTl'KKIl
COMLETE CHURCH
OR,GhA.ILSrS.
con. mill AND WALNirflruRfcr
CAIRO, ILL.
P.O. Usx OtW.
OIWO-15-ti:
Q. D. WILLIAMSON, ' -WHOLESALE
G1100ER
COMMISSION MERCHANT -
And Dealer la
BOAT STORES?
No. 70 Ohio Utn, CAIBO, ILLS
OTUpeulal stteaUon ftvea e?"""
oionU and tllllna order. swm
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M,D.
I Iro I lie"'4''1' -v.
i'iwmb Waihlitfton avenoe und
ireet. Olttce lid Commercial V
llKSlDENOK 0. SBincouiu
Walnut
street
avenue,
stalrn.
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