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The Year of Jubilee!
Tho Democrats, Liberals
and other opponents of the
-n . . . 1 1 L. I- it. "C5
nnntK Cfcyntrteaaiorttil Distric
aro invited to unite with thoir
political brethren of Alexan
TBUftSOAT OTM, HOY. 12,
In a Grand Jubilee over the
recent magnificent triumph at
It is proposed to have a
Torch - Light Procession
Bonfires, Music, Cannon-Fir
ing, Speeches, Illuminations,
and everything that can make
tno occasion a splenum sue
The following distinguished
speakers have been invited to
address the people on tins oc
The Great l'opular Leader
HON. A.O. HESINO,
Our Member-Elect to Congrcs,
HON. WM. UARTZELL,
The Eloquent and Distinguished Orator
HON. W. L. D. MORRISON,
Of St. Clair County.
'the Independent and'Patrlotlc
HON. D. T. IAN EG All,
Thn Brilliant Political Orator.
HON. W. J. ALLEN and HON. V.
The committee appointed to
perform that duty have adopt
ed tho following organization
of the meeting :
HON. JOHN II. OUERLV.
County at Large-JOHN U. 1MU1.I.1S.
Clear Creek JOUN CltAKi
Thebci-QEO. W. SAMONS.
Ooos Mand-O. OKEENI.EV.
Dor Tootb-HOX. JOHN S. HACKEIt.
Unity W.J. MII.rOUD.
Uatlewood-JAMES E. MrCKITK.
8anta Fc- W. W. Mcl'HKTEItS.
First Vrarfl--1. O. SCil UU nml .1. .M,
Second Ward-On AS. D. AllTEIl and K
Third Ward TIMOTHY OX'AI.LAUAN
and 1). V. PARKER.
Fourth Ward OH AS. O. PATIER and J.
Tiflh Vanl 1VM. II. 310KHI anil
JAMES H. CARROLL.
M. K. UAHHV.Ui, A. COMINGS and 11. V
HON. CLAIIIORNK WINSTON.
THOMAS WILSON, C. M. HOWE, W. M.
WILLIAMS, N. L. WICKWIIIE and E.
The committee earnestly
urge all Democrats, Liberals
and other opponents of the
Radical party in this district
to participate in
Turn out in your
patriots of Egypt.
By order of tho
JOHN B. PUILL18, Chairman
CHA8. M. HOWE.
rATlUUf ULAHUY, JOUN O. HABMAN,
(:11am ft -t.Ari.mt ....,,...
1.YV.HALL1DAY JAS. U. CARROLL.
ttox. and Basket
L U iff BEE
ALL XJNDIi BABD AND ROIT
Ketp constantly on band
Mill and Yard,! Conio' ' Mth Ktreot
I nl Ohio Lovce.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
SUNDAY, NOVEMRER, 8 1874.
Somebody to take from ui a thousand bill
head, good paper and Utiely printed, lor
f V.MI 10 4.UV.
One thousand lUtemmU Dritited at THK
HULLKIIN ofllCO lor 3.W) to 4.00.
ote lit ad.
Onn 111 nm .nil tinti Iioadt Drlntcd at TUB
Rulutim office for 4.00: two thvusaud lor
rnril. fine llriktol
board, printed at Thk Huli.ktin offli o lor
from ?a.W to 8.00, according to il.c.
Get your oyitnri at tno Dolmonlco.
Atheneijm. Susan Denin at tbe Atho-
Thk Uott oystors at tho Delmontco
Fresh oyttor or anything olie you
want at the Dolmonlco ltesiaurant opon
day and night.
For Rent. Cottage, No. 32 Tenth
treat, between Washington and Walnut.
Enqulroof Chas. Lane, or at Tub Hulle-
TIN OfllCO. IMS-lO-lMf
n. . , .. I" 7. JT-" " (i o u oleiranl cbro-
mo$ tor talc, at air dollar, reull pries
len dollar. Apply at tho HULLETIN Or-
Rooms to Kent. Eight room to rent
on Third itreot between Washington and
Commercial avenue. Apply to William
Mcilala, or at thi office.
CoTNt's oytter depot and roitauran
Oyster in tho shell and can, fresh every
day, at l'hll Saup's old itand, belwoen
Sixth and Seventh street!, Cairo, ill.
IJov Wanted. At thi ofllco who un
derstand feeding Gordon' and Degner's
presses. Addren or apply to rorman job
room, this office.
The St. Ch am.es Hotkl has aoveral
pleasant rooms on tho upper floor, mlta
hi for gentlemen, that can bo secured for
tbo winter, with board, at very reasonable
The Lodle of tho First l'resbytorian
Cburch and Society of this city are pro
paring to hold a Fair and Festival near or
durioir tbe holidays. Full particular in
FOR BALE OR KENT, CHEAT A good
second band piano. Enquire at tho Rail
road House, corner of Eighteenth street
and Commercialvoniie, Cairo.
Fresh SurrLY. Mr. V. Fitzgerald has
jutt received and ha on tale at his sale
room, a largo atocK ot jingusu aic, porter,
Uennessy brandy and wine, and liquor
of all kind, which bo will dispose of at
reasonable prices. 280-9'tio-lm
lUv. Dr. Thayer will deliver a dir.
course this morning In the Vrosbyterian
church upon the following: "The Apos
tle Special Request." In the ovonlng hi
aubioct will be: "What Cbrist aayi aboil
FEATHERS! FEATHERS ! !
A large lot of new prime livo goeso fea
thers for tale in quantities to suit tbo pur
chasers, at lowrst market prices.
38'J-10-27-3v 06 Ohio Levee.
A regular communication
Cairo Lodge, No. 1!37, A. F. and
A. M., will be held lo-uiorrow
(Monday) ovonlng, at 7 o'clock. Visit
ing brethren cordially invited.
It 11. F. Ulakk, Secretary.
New CAnToUtTY Coal and Wood
Yawl do to 0. W. Wbeoler & Co. for
Pittsburg, Orand Towor and Illinois Coal.
Wood alwavs on band and sawed to
Ixoiii.r w u oticntWiQ to the local
notlco of James Oroanoy, "not Ureary" as
we had 11 latt wook, Mr, Oroaney bat
mado arrangements to provide for all who
may favor blm with a call this Saturday
Turkey Lunch. James Oreancy, pro
prietor of the May Flower tsloon, corner
of Commercial avonue and Ninotoonth
ttreot, will spread out this evening to bit
costomers, a turkey lunch, with tbe audi
lion tide dltbei. Everybody invited.
Sausaue. It It Fred Koehlor, who bat
tbe finest tauiago, liver and blood pud-
ping, wo ever ate, and he sells then at tbe
lowest figure. Try him and theiausage.
At Phil, Howard' moat ttsnd on Eighth
itreet belwoen the avenue.
UoARliiNU. Two desirable rooms to
let with board, very reasonable, to gen
tleman and wile or two gentlemen ; In
tbe central part of tbo city ; can also c
commodate day boarders. Addrosr, box
Thk Susan Denin Combination cloicd
a tuccetsful and profitable engagomont
last evening. Tbo company it of tbo
highest order, and&rsl-cUis in every ro
sped. They go with the best wlslios from
Cairo, and a hearty Invitation to call
Pout Hem. Tne "Uatro " goes to
tbe wreck at the Alaska, to finish up
that job. Hefore leaving yettorday, sbo
tried bar ham' at tbe business by pump
log out a coal bargo that was partially
(ink near tbe lower warehouse shohas
tbe R. W, Dugan't pump aboard and
make a flrtt rate llttlo wrcckor.
Hatinu gtvn up my old etanl on tbo
leveo and taken Koobler Si llro't tbop,
on Eighth ttreot, I shall be prepared to
supply tbe citizens of Cairo, with tbo boat
meats tbo market aflords. Please call
and io me. Vuiv. Howakd.
A Chance j-ok Mkh. Hollih, Tbe
new editor of the Pulaski Patriot wants to
extend tbe hand of friendship to nverv
live perion in the county. If bo can get
Mr. Holll up tbore, be can extend tbe
hand, ota , to every dead porion In tto
Rroi'oht Home. Mr. W. Wetzel, who
wai taken uddonly 111 at MonrrJ City
Thursday morning, bi brought home
Saturday ovonlng and ii doing well undor
the kind care of hi family and Dr.
Ulauw. We hope to seo blm out again
before tbe end of tbe woek.
Notice TO Hunters. Hrocch audtnur..
7.1o loading ibol gum, rifle and piitoli.
Alio ammunition in large or email quanti
tlei. Quality and price guaranteed.
At Hknixt's Hardware Store, Cairoi
A MISTAKE. Tho type mado ut (ay
yoiterday morning that only lire
mile and a half of track bal been
laid on tbe Cairo nnd St. I.ouIj railroad
out from Cairo, If ourgontlo reader will
double tho figures, they will be Uvo and
and a half mile noaror the truth than wo
wero yottorday morning,
All Rkiht Tho following dispatch
wa received by Mr. Uberiy lait night
from Springfield :
'Tbe Democratic-Opposition will bavo
a working majority in each houso of tho
Illinois legtilaturo. Tho probability now
are that wo barn carried the date ticket.
I. U. Railroad Company.
AOKNT H OFFICE, CAIRO, NOV. 7, '74.
fimpper will please boar in mind that
packago must be marked with thn nm
of the conilcnoe and deitlnailn n full
Initial ill not do.
Jaiiks JonssoN, Agent.
Lunch EvEnr Dat. Georgo Lattner
corner or Fourteenth and tv..hlntnn
Rvonuo, will furnish hereatter, every dav
10 nia patrons a JNo. 1 lunch, between tbe
nour or len and twelve o'clock. Fresh
Milwaukeo beer and fragrant Hav
ana cigars to be had at bis bar at all
A Mattkii ok Fact Without Douht,
Mr. Edmund Uuefner tbo proprietor of
tne i'lanter' House rau out of beer Sat
urday, owing to tbe twitching oil of hi
tr m a way station, tma oeer, "ono car
load" arrived Saturday evening, and will
ue tapped from tho Ice thi moralng. It
Lumber Still Ooiho Down. a we
aro determined to cloio out our itock
speedily, preparatory to windine un bu
mess, wo will sell all kind of lumber at
two dollar per thousand less than mar
ket prices. A large lot of lath and stove
wood on hand, which will bo sold at cor
respendlngly low ratos.
wj-v-u Wall & Est.
iron Sale. All tbe ollice furnitnro cf
tbo lato, First National Rank of Cairo,
will be ctoted out tt auctlcn on next Tne
ujr iu u ciock a. m, in tue room over
the office of the C.& V. R. R. company, for
meriy tne Jj'irtl National Rank. Peraon
witning to purchate ofllco furniture will
do well to be present at tbo sale.
W at the Bulletin OrncK an
order for fifty dollar on the '-Wllion
Sowing Machine Company" which is good
lor hi laco as part payment on a cventy
n., n.. i . . . '
u.uuunur igniag niacnino. Any porion
in want of a first class eewfag machine can
get a soventy-flvo dollar one for fifty dol
lan, uy applying at thi office. tf
a uood (Juaxce. I ofler for salo the
entire outfit and atand of tho St. Nicholas
Hotel, on Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illi
nois, with a good paying business, or
win sen thn bar and fixturoa separate
irom too outiu oi tne bnuie, all ou Km
terms. Apply at tho hotel.
Wv. Wetzel, Proprietor.
hotick or JtEMOYAi Parker & Ax
loy, commission mercbantr, bavo rouioved
to No. 100 Commercial Avonue, between
F.levonth and Twelfth Streots, where they
bavo in store 2,000 buibel of fine peach
blow potatoos, nd a large lot of apples
onionr, boan, etc., ate, for sale.
At "Our Saloon," Eighth ttroot, bo
tweon Commercial avonuo and Ohio lovoe
tho hungry may find all kind of odibles
herring, sausige, cheese, &c, and tbo
thirsty the finest ot wlnca and liquor,
fresh lagor beer, and tbo best brands ol
clears. Attentive bar-keeper are always
on band; and tbe lunch let daily, at 10
o'clock, Sunday included, ts as fine as
any in tbo city. Call around. 10-22-tf
W Linker, representing D. W.
Irwin & Co., of Cbicaoo, sends ui tbe fol
lowing quotations in grain :
November wheat, 85 J.
Docember wheat, 86J.
November corn, 74.
Docombor corn, 71 A.
November oatr, 47J.
Year oats, 47 J,
November barley, 1,'JO.
Newly-fitted, finely furnished barbr
shop by Oeorgo Stoinbouse, corner Com
mercial avenue and Eighth street. Years
of practice have given blm a light band
that makes a smooth sbavo delightful,
All wbo try blm once will call again.
All tbe lato dally papers are kept on bis
table for tbo benefit of hit customers, and
there is no tedious waiting for turns,
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
Cheat Jackson FKKiairr Route,
OrncK Fr't Au't, Cairo, Ills.,
November 4, 1874.
N. O- J. Js O. N. R. R., Miss. Central R.
It., Mis. & Tenn. R. R., Consolidated.
From tbis date no frelghti will bo re
ceived for shipment by tbit road until fur
ther order. R. F. Uiuk, Agent.
Lecture, Hon. Warren Chate, will
dillver hit lecturo on the "Origin and
character of tbe Gods" on' Sunday morn,
Ing, Nov, 8tb, at tba hall of the Free Re
In the evening, by particular request,
ho will deliver his famous lecture, on,
"What w know, and bow wakaow It.'
lie rofen to neltbor note or manu-
crlpt, but rellei entirely upon ti knowl
edgo of facU; which be readily oxprosse
In plain and powerful "88''
Matrimonial - tho B0,,C8 DB,0W
peaka for iltolf, iho brldo being tho filter
o'Mr. Dr. P. L Williams, oi tnueiiy:
On Wednesday, Octobor Hlb, lb. I, at
Belleville; 111., by 1 . '
John II. James unariMton, mo., w
Miss Ida R. Lemon, or iienovii e, m.
Clair county, III. . , .
to tno nappy p'r "u
,i.t,. r. . ii,. , future nacpines aou
prosperity. Mr. Jamo u ono i mi.iis
.Ippfcounty' brightest and most esteemed
TViauun tut . ... ,
brld. glldo peeafully down life', current
we predict lor tnm u"s
Millinery, tmmmin" nu yA.scv
Store. Mis Hurniido desires to call tno
ittontlon of tbe ladie to hor full and
complote lino of mllllnory and fancy
goods lust opened In tho Atbenoum build
Ing on Commercial avenue. Her tock
rnt.il. i. nf full assortment of fall hat
lava canva and pattern, a full lino of ze
nbvrs. nil color, roaluer, rrencn uowor.
ribbons, and a general Hssortmcntof fancy
articles, tucb at are kept in a millinery
Job llONEKKR it now in full control
the Washington bakery, and having
lonmed the wants of tbo public, IS pre
nod toitinnlv on call all demands for
French loaf, Rotton. llrown and Graham
btead, and everything else ordlnarilj
found in a flrst-clsss bakery. Uo main
tains a full stock of confcntlonerios. and
can. at well at any other dealer in tb
city, nil ail order in tnal line.
fjtiKe Daaeu. irotteu or uroaumuiuu uu
short notice. Special attention given to
tho orders ot wedding or pienlc parties.
Just AnutVEiL Mr. Khlers, tbe loot
and shoo man, Twentieth itreot, between
Warblngton avenue and Poplar itreet
baa jut rjcoived, accoidlog to previou
announcement, from Henry Arthur, im
porter of lsalhori, New York,
And everything elio pertaining to tbo
making of firit-clan boot and shoo work.
Thoie neeilinc foot wear aro invited to
call and examlno tnii ttock. the tlnait
brought to Cairo. 307-10-20-lf
New Lumher Yard. Chas. Lancas
tor, and New'.on Rice, (late with
S. Walters) both well known to our
citizens, and to river men generally, have
established a lumber yard in Cairo, enr
ner Sixteenth s'.rcot and Commercial ave
nue They will keep every description
of building material and steamboat lum
ber, doors, sasb, blinds, mouldings
shingles, lath, etc., etc., and aro determined
to sell lower than lumber has ever been
told in Cairo. Thoy solicit a fair trial
from steamboat mon and builders, and
will guarantee (attraction in all case.
R. Jones, fashionable bootmakor, baa
moved into hit new bouio next to bit old
stand on Commercial avenue, and assure!
his friends that ho Is better than ever pre
pweil to satisfy them In the style, stock
fit, etc., of their boots and shoes. An evi
dence of his ability to satisfy everybody.
may be seen in tbo fact that he is crowded
with work, and has been compelled loom
ploy threo more first-class workmen. He
manufactures every style of boots or shoes
and usos only the best of matorlal in all
cases, whether making a cow-bldo tboe
or a pair of tlio finest French calf boott
Give blm a trial. Satisfaction I guaran
PnoToiiBAruiu Gallery. Ouitave
Wetzel' Protograpbio Art Gallery,
(foimerly T. T. Tbomai), corner Eighth
troot and Commercial avonue. Every
thing pertaining to the photographic art
iklifully and elegantly executed. The
happy combination of a splendid light
and the belt instruments, enable me to
take children's pictures instantaneously,
Mothers, give mo a trial, if you desire
the tweet tmilo of your cherubs preferred
forever. Satisfaction given In every
case, or no change made. My pricct are
most reasonable. Cartel de visit, $3 por
dozen; Corns, iix for $1. Call and be
WHERE GOODS ARK SOLD
Just rocaivod and for tale to the trade,
new buckwheat flour, new ham and
breakfait tacon, choico butter, cranbar
rlet, pickles, mince meat, ic. Also, we
tall 4 pounds best Rio coffee for 1, and
8 lbs, A cofleo tugar for $1; beildoi, we
have tbe largest ttock of dry goods, boott
and iboes, on which we ihall offer extra
inducementi. Only houie in the city sell
ing 0. M, Hondenon & Co't cuttom made
fc inter boot, 20 inch leg, and warranted,
for $4 60 per pair. Remember, goodttent
promptly to your bouse, and no charge,
U-5-5t New Yonic Etobe
On thk TitACK. The little locomotive,
"Cairo," tbo second engine received for
the Cairo and St. Louis R. R,, was placed
on the track yesterday afternoon, togethtr
with four flat cars. Mr. J, D, Gardner Is
theenginter and J. A. Taylor, flremar.
This engine will be placed in ordor and In
readiness to haul iron and tics by Monday
nnrnlDg. This road alio received iix flat
can over the Illinois Central yeiterday
afternoon ; tbci will be placed on the
raiit to-day. Tbo contractor have now
ample motive power and a full tupply or
all klndi or material with whioh to prose,
cuto their work, and hereafter there will
be no dolay. Tbey have now reached a
distance of oleven mliei from tho Sterling
I -. Ii. nil I I
Dr. 8. Van Meter, formerly of tbo
famoui Charloiton, Illlnoii, Infirmary, It
abent from home on a three week' trip
for bit own recroation, and will top at
varioui towni, wbero be hopet all hit o'.d
friendi and former patlontt will call on
bita, and where be may bo cosiultod by
any who dsilro to do ao. He will bo al
the St. Charles hotel In Cairo on Novom.
ber M and 15. Uoniuitation private nd
free. He cm tell your true condition, and
give our tymptoms better 'than you can
yourself. Dau't mles this opportunjty.to
consult blm. Send to tbo innrtnkry for
tbe Journal of Health and Reference List
of COO names of persons in this nnd
djaotpt lections who have been treated
at tba Infirmary. 423-11.4. w2w.
Jitw Goons. Stuart and Gbolson will
tbit weok receive from tbe East, a large
stock ofdrv goods. These goods were all
selected by a member of tbo firm, and
wlllconilitof at lino an assortment of
dress goods as bavo evor been ottor-d in
this markot. Among them will be found
all tno latest styles of fall and winter
goods, Sergei, AVooleni.Diagonanlr. Cash
meres, etc., etc., all of which will bu .I
ferod at st)nlshlogly low flgun. TLuu
took of ibawlcr and wraiir. fun.
and other aeaionable oodi will
attract the notics of ladv buyers and
must command a large aale from the pop
ular pricos at which they aro ottered,
Tbe firm call at'.ontion to the handsosu
varioty of notions, embroidories, etc.
Tbese are marked so low that to bo sold,
noed only to bo seen. it
Railroad Accident. Yoiterday morn
Ing a m( l', distressing accidont occurred cn
the Cairo and St. Louis railroad track,
aoout ten muoi irotn tbo city. The con
itruction train bad boon flopped by the
man in cuargo when within about half
a mile of tbo point to which tho rafli
have been laid. A man named John
Coyne, an employe of tho road, mppoied
it to be tbe intention that the train should
go no runner, and jumped on". Rut tho
lagineer whistlod on brakos and Covne
attemptod to Jump on again, when he
missed hit footing and fell between the
rails, one truck of a
am oi iron pauinc oyer his bodj. lie
f..A V. . a ...
vi.iu, uiuir trucn reacneu n m be was
drawn by a comDanlon from ttm ir.i
Delh logs were found to be in a fesrfullv
crutneu ana mangled condition
The train wai stopped as toon as nom
""i "uuuutu man was Placed on
board and brought to the city, and sen
uuuut ueiav to tno oi. Jlary't infirmary,
a J.I . . i , . . . .
id tno aliience or Dr. Wardne. in
unary physician, Dr. U. J. Stalker was
called to attend to Covne. Tim Dcrtor
found the patient too weak to ond.)ro th
orutai of an amputation, and ve blm
morphine and other quieting potions to
esse nis aulljrlugs. Falhor Hoppe, pasto
oi tne uermm Uatbollc cburcb, odmlnli
uo iiiviui tue cuurcD to uovnn.
Dr. Wardntr, who returned to tbe "city
jc.mrunT nuernoon, believes no cannot
Tho ill tor i aro unremitting in their
tention to the suueror.
Personal. Tno following are tbe new
arrivals at tbe Delmonico: Madagascar
tamlly; O Hofl'ner, Mo; A II Dvl
Murphysboro; R Wellman, Cincinnati
Uenj Lanphear, St Louis; A R Evai.
Klvor; John Inrram, Harrlsburg, I Hi
Daniel Nunn, do; Joseph Hampton, doi
W Jl Hampton, do; Pblllp Weidem
do; E K Orayville, Evansvlllo; S M Al
leu, Hbreveprt, La; Chas StepheLi, I
land 10, Tnn; Henry Bandars. No
Tbe Susan Denin company who ba
made their headquarters at tbe St. Cbarl
during their stay In our city, leave tbit
afternoon for tbe North.
Mr. Harry Hughs, formerly with the
late First National Bank, has accepted
a position as book-keeper for E. C. Pce
We find tbe following among the
most conspicious arrivals at
tho Planters; J. R.Peters, E-
vansvnio Indiana; W H. Muff,
Pedlmont, Mo.; C. D. Allen, St. Louis;
T. H. Steel, Hinckley. Miss.! A.W. Davin
Murpysbor., W. I. Howell, North Texas'
Among tbe most prominent persons
at tbe St. Nicholas are the following : A
O Tatterson, Villa Ridge; K Wervell,
nowuneans; Jams Youngblood, Grand
v.nain; ,i ai Yelston, Oarmi , Jonn D
ir .... .
iverr, moiina uity; .1 w Finn, Ullim
Among tne most prominent arrivals
at tne St Charles we fled tbe roliowiniv
IT 1, it ...
Tt u. xiarrison, agent of the Wallaok
S i.Jf u 1 Pblllips, agent P F W
v n ; uapi u i.oury, St Louis ; J R
Mr. Dr. P. L. William has returned
from a vUlt to her frltndt al Belleville,
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah;
"" Jno Kyle, New Orleans;
" Jno F Tolle, St Louis;
" Rurkesvllle, Nashville.
Steamer Jim Fisk. Paducah;
' Jno Kyle, St Louis;
" Jno F Tolle, New Orleans;
Ferry boat "Cairo," Tlptonvllle.
RIVER, WEATHER AND 11UBINE88.
Tho river at dark was 3 feet 1 inch on
the gauge, having fallen 1 inch during
the previout 24 houra. The weitber ii
very warm, and there are tlrong Indies,
tloni of rain in tbe atmoiphere. Ruii.
IV ah Dkit. ltivau ItaroitT, 1
flovombur 7, 1874.
Nash, Hie ..
1'ORT IT II UK.
Diver Hiram Hill returned froJi hi
lower Oblo cruise on the Jim Fisk yester
day. Hit boat, tbe Charlie IFIIi, U laycil
up at l'aducab,
Oapt. Frank Bedard hai been waiting
linceT&urtday for an Evansvillo packet.
He arrivea in tne city witb a largo ttock
of patience, but It it nearly exhausted.
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CONFJUC
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
Do not buy old oundies,
summer and are stale, claiming
sec to your weight. Every box
net, or ounces over live pounds.
Corner 8th Si. and
The Only Place in the City where You
Ho wants to go to Umlthland, a Ml e '
town in 1 ontucVy,
Tho fogs and i&nd ban aro bard on
steamboats. At least lour wero over duo
from St. Lujii Ut ovonlng.
Pilot Am Ilalngard took tba Cairo to
TipUnvillo, and Jack Anderion Hunt
town on ber to bring up tbo Hickory,
which is loading with lumber nl tho mills
IJillun number of our citm-ms are
going with the people of lVIucali on their
Hew Orleans excursion, which leaves that
city to-morrow, Tbey will Join the parly
at Humboldt, Tenn.
Tbo liurluvillo brought out no tons
of pig Iron for St. Louis, and lnyt up
Tbo following is a list ot letters re-
munlng uncalled fur in the Postullico up
to Saturday, November 0, 1874:
Carnef, Ellr.t A
Pnmipi, C It
Randall, Mr P
OXNT S LIST.
Anderson, Carlis llerry, Arthur
Hiker, Frank M lllate, Frank
Rucknor, Frank IUbn, Harman A
llrown, John U Dak or, Paul
Clayton, Alfred Coary, John
Delatiey, Johu Djuglats, Singlotun
Outlin, Win. Harvy, Chas R
Grayson, Win H Hyde, Cbas T
Huntley C 11, Henry John, .
Harmon Rufur, Helton Ranee,
Uendrix W U, Johnston A,
Jordan Geo W, Kandslon A,
Kcarcs D F, Kelloy J C,
Lloyd Charter, Lynch Jimcr,
Loe Thomas, Maur Simon,
Morse Walter S, Nichols John,
Oiborn, ( Robinson, John
Keed, T M Shroad, A T
Sharp, K it Scales, C
Stuttf, J George Sbelton, Moatea
Jmltb, Matthew Steele, Satuiiol
Thomas, l'reniiMi; Thomas, G 11
ViniDg, J W T Vergeron, ,lup!i
Wheeler, 1) P Walgarnot, J F
Wheeler, J P Waugb. W .N
Perions calling for any of tbo above
letters will please say "advortised."
Geo. W. McKeaio, P. M.
Consumi-tion Can Re Coked,
Snbenck'a Pulmonic Syrup, bchenek'n
Sea Weed Tonic, Schonck'a Mandrake
Pills, are tbe only medicines that will cure
Frequently medicines that will stop a
cough will occasion tho death of tba pa
tient ; they lock up tbo liver, stop tbe cir
culation of tba blood, hemorrhage follow",
and In rct, thoy clog tbo action or tbu
very orirans that caused tho cough.
Liver Complaint and Dyspepsia aro tbe
causes of two-thirds of tho cams of Con
sumption. Many persons complain of a
dull pain in tho tide, constipation, coaio.1
tongue, pain in tbe aboulder-blado, feelings
of drowsiriuis and roitleesnors, tbo food
lying heavily un tbu stomach, accompa
uied with acidity and belcbinir up of wind
These symptoms usually orlcinato from
a diiorderod condition of the stomach or a
Persons so allcctrtd, if they take one of
two heavy colds, and If tho cough in thco
cases uo luaueoiy cuecEod, win nnd tbo
stomacn ana liver ciogcod, remaining tor
pld and inactive, and almost tieforo tboy
aro award thn lnnr-a urn a rnba nf inrn,
and ulcerated, tbo retuit of which is death!
bchonck'a Pulmonic Syrup Ii nn expoc
winiii wuicii uoos not contain opium or
anything ca culatod to check a cougbud-
Schonck'a Sea Weed Tonic dlisolvoa tho
food, mixes with the gastlc Juleos of tbe
stomach, aids digestion, and creates a rav
When tbo bowels aro costive, skin sal
low, or tno tymptoms oinorwisoor a bil
ious tendency, Schcnck's Mandrake Pills
Iheao medicinet aro prepared only bv
J. H, ScnENCK it Son,
N. E. corner Sixth and Arch Sir, Phlia
And are for sale by all drugim snd
8t. Elmo, III., Julv H, 1H7I.
It. V. PlKIICX. M. I).. llnUlilo. N. v.-
wislito add uiy tebtiiuoiiy to tbe womlcrlul
vuraiirc nroiieruen oi your All. or i;xt. or
Moiucn Jieuical IHecovery. I lntn taken
ureal Interest in the medicine slnen 1 il.-.t
used It. 1 wun badly nlllicted with dypei.
ma, inn utiBiiKvu uuu uu iiimoM ieiii it
proatraiion oi tnu iicivouh (.ynU'iii. o
rapiu ami complete Ulil tliu Oicovcry ellect
portect euro that it bcemcd morn like
muglc and a perfect wonder to inycelf, and
tlnco that llniu wo bavo never been without
a bottle or tbo Discovery und Purgatlto
Pellets In tbo bouse. Thoy tiro a solid, sound
family physician in tho house ami ready at
all time to lly to tho roller or Mckni-t
wltliout charge. We bavo never had a doc
tor In tho liotmo tlnco wo llrst beiran thn
use of your Pellets and Discovery. I hat e
recommended the mo of these lnctlclni'i in
aoveral sevcro andcomplicatodctsosariMlni;
Ii...... ..a I ..l. .... I .
iiwui, i .iiuiigiu, nil lllljilliu MIIOOI mo
blood, and In no ono cumi diivh thev i'.iIIpiI , .
more than HccomplHi all they aro claimed to
do. 1 will only mention one at remarkable.
though I could glie you doens), Henry
iotter. riirultliru dealer, of tldx
wuioueor the mon nltliui ot,i....u ,vm-
Hcen, Ills laco hivollcn tut of shape, hc.ili's
and erupt ons without end, exUiuain tnlils
body, which wai completely eotcrcil with
blotches and ncalnt. jvotlilm: that ho took
seemed to ellect It n particle. I Dually In
duced blm to titu u few bottles of tho (ioj.
dun .Medical Discovery, wllh dally usii of
I'cllotd, asstirlug him It would mirely cure
biro, Ho commenced Uh uo bomesl.vweuk"
bince, taking two Pellets uschntgbt lor a
week, then ono each nltit, and thn Discov
ery an dlreetoil. The result Is, to-ilay his
Kkln la perfectly uiooth, and tboacaly erup
tlona aro gone. Ho has taken nouo soen
or e'ght bottles In all, and eonldern himself
curoo. Tlitieasobad baillcd the skill ui'our
that have been kpi over thul
home manufacture Alsol
ought to contain live pound
Keiiiemljer the place
Washington A v. I
can get a Complcte Assortment,
Itckt lillTHciani. Mtitti llimfurd A- Co..
dril);gllf, oflliln plan1, jio selling largely ml
your inodlcliH i anil the ilematid .itraillly ln-l
crcaHe, end tlu-y gUc ported fallffactlmJ
in nvery vatr, J( .ict:lllllly,
til- II. 1. 1 eod wit W. II ClIAMAM.V.
Agt. Am. Exp, o.
A. III.ACK, HAS JUT HK(KIVXI) an
CITliaK mvOII'K Or TllthK KINK ffOTl III
IIOTT. M, OH KXTEN!ION HOLKIi MIOX lf.1
KVKHV hTll.K, KhK I.AIlIKM MIHSKS AM J
MIILIIKKN, THAT HAS CIIVM.V M t II (IF N I
Klttf CAT IM'ACI ION TO KVKIlVnNK.
fll) NKI'.II TO WEAK META1K TIIM 111
I'KOTJXT fri'lH, OK C'JMI'I.AIN OK Mlil
SCUKKINO OUT AT KK!, Koll TIIKHE, Allll
llTTIItlll EXTENSION HOLrS A HE Itlrll
CI KNT I'KOTriTION AMI COIIUNK 1II.UI
KI.EOAM e AND HUIIAMII ITV. WITH l ull I
IOKT NUT XjCM.tTl II Y A.NYOTIItK MaKkI
I'll NllT l-UIUIIAMK f. II YUlnhXll' Oil
OUIt CII1LDKKN, ANY SMOKK IIKI'OKK YOI
HAVE EXAMINED Til 119 X, FOK 1 HEY AM
ItSSURIDLY THEMHOl:s YOU WANT 1111
SHOE HTOKE, COKSKH r.H.IITII bT I.Kfl
and Commercial avenue.
THE CITY NATIONAL
l. P. IIALLID.VV. Prealdi-iit:
IlliNltY I,. IIAI.I.IDA V, Vice I'resldot.
WALTER IIYH.OI', A.M-luiit Cashier.
bTAATfl TAYI.IIII, It. II. CUNNI.MIIUmI
II. l 1IAI.LIIIAV, V. V. HAM.IDAV.
(J. I. AVII.LUMXIN, STKI'IIK.V Rlltp,
A. II. MAvroiiD,
LJccliuiiKP, Coin nml Uiiltpd' Sliilosl
lionds llouglit and .Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking!
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS HANK
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO.
SAFKoilD, Prcaident :
S. S. TAYLOR, Vlce-Probldeiit ;
ii. ii ioi,ur, nccretary ami Treasurer.
I . M. I AI1CI.AV, CIIAH. (ULKIIIKU,
,' MOCKKLKTII. 1'Al.l. (1. SrilUll,
R. II. Cl'.N.NINOIIA.M, ILL. ll.VM.IIMV
I. M. l'liil, ur.
INTERET paid on ileposlta ut the rat of
Mx per cent, per unmim, March 1st n ,'t
?M)lemlier Int. Intnwkt not wlilnl. uu. .. la
added linmetllulely to the principal or tho
deposit, thereby ghlng Hn'iu eompouiiil
HARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN SUV
DITOHir MONEY AND NO ONE EI..1K
C'aN DRAW IT.
Open ovcry lnihlncs dnv from . in. in :i
p. m,,uqd Ssttirday uveiilugs loreavlngt ile
posits ciily, trom il to H o'cbick.
tv. itYHLOl', Treasurer.
Robt. Wood & Oo
Fountnlns, Vrn-cs, Aiilmnln. Iron Slftlr.',
iittnip run. Btuiiio luting, tt
DASTi WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
NEW snd IMROVEPD CHAIR fortbeatref,
UOOCvrfc uuu j,vi:iufuiiija.
Aud a General Assortment of Oriin-
mental Iron Work