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NOT QUITE A DARWINIAN"
flJ3V AD CRRTISE MEKTS
IctUf 'jfjYttind fsistestoclllnn; book, cut,
Itv F. ...-Goodrich ('ono( Peter Failcy"')
Hematkable pyagc..;, blpvrrccUs, adven
turer, explorations, . piracies, My""!",
naval combat, and IW tlstory olall kin ds
or uaVal titoL-tM. Who romancb or.'old
rpt and Alu.,,:OTef 200 Hlu'tHtloM nU
rt lov ptlrid. ScndT.tor Ujutar- ami
mot liberal tcrm to agf ns, to
VAMbfcv pnnufi Ainsj ,
A Nt'la. BL lulswCJdcngo.
i .,11 Itrm l.i irlnt Sent. 0. 1K74 . JtS MaMlcal,
tcntlGc, preparatory rind VnglljU r,fmT??s
n extMislvn and thorough, the Faculty
livn enlarged tho number ot studies In the
preparatory department so that young men
in MS" tcun'may recclvo lntnictln In Al-
other utadlc twually tanrclit In the best
ncadrnilfa. For lurtiicr Information mid
f jr catalogue to the premium ir ircurcr.
is a effectual a rcmcdu . I
FOR FEVER & AGUE 1
u the Snlrhl m trie 'a"18 dew. "hue U nffrtt
(hi heat lcs,l moror-datable andmucn ricnprr.
Snt far JctctlbttTO Circular frtth 7limn.l
i'iivtfts from kll part ct tbo country.
tV8nV tAcVuct fox trial, SS cent.
ITpi." tj lllM.lHUU. i'UiVV KCO., Manufae
luiton ChmUU. IlMlon. Uif.
OEO. 1'. ItUWELL & CO.,
conduct an agency for tlio rcroptlon or ad.
crlLicinciita for iuiiTlcnn Nwnsn,r-
tlic mot cuiupleto (.UlilMiiiiriit of tlio kind
inwororiu. six iiiuunii neniiiiivc
krpt rrrnlarr on Olo.ojwutolo'ioy'ni
mi tniiomtfirte or inrji.-i, 'nmv .....r
mUlnUnwl eharpe or rommlsslon. An ad-
ertlMT, In drtlint; with the agency, U (aved
liout.lo aiul c.rrf cjioDdeDct, maUns nnu
c n ract Iniloit'l At n dozen, n htindrcd or a
hoimiid. A lionk of eighty page, con
nlnlugMItsof lift paper, largest clreiila.
Ion, rellgiom, ngricuUunl, clas. political,
ntly and: Country papcre, and nil pulillca
ons vchleh are (.pcclally valuahlu to ndver
60i, with souio liifotinatlou uholit price,
!eni FRKRIo any addrtn on application.
a foill'at li distance wlslilng to mac eon
ligfor.adTerUalng In any town, city,
onty, Brtat" or territon- of tlio t'nlted
Hacijler nhy portion of the Dominion of
;muh. mar send n conclec i-tatcinent nl
uhat'thcytvant, together with n copy of
thq AnTtiiTlsi;MEfr limy dolre InseileU.
And -HUM ivcelve lnroihtloli'ly return mail
which willrualila them to dectdo whether
tolncrrato or reduce tho order. For Mich
lctormutlon tlitre Ih iio Vhugo. Ortlerit arc
taken lor n kiniile paper at well an for n lln ;
ior n nnxie uouarnt rfHdiiy at lor a larger
urn. Oillcca (TluiCH Rulldiiig),
S5 TO $20
I'ct day. at home. .Tertnl free. .Addroxt
ti:o. s'nxsox .
J- K CO., rortlanil, JIc.
MOST ' EXTRAORDINARY
Terms ot Adi'erLfaljiL' ro olfcrod for Sew.
papers In Iho fctato oi ILr.IJfOTS! hend lor
a Hat of lauer und Hchedulo of rale. . Ail.
drcsn OKO. 1". ROW'EM.&CO:.'Aaycrtl
i Alfcnts, 41 l'ark Jtpw, Now Y
ivrKii to tub Editqh OF Xuia JLUi-kr.
S77 .a. wsss:
Ouanmttfil to mule nnd fvtnale attest! in
heir locallii-. Uoittf NOTHING to try It.
,0. VIOKKJtY .t CO.,
Vhrrcai, on tlio '.nth d ny ot.lamturTVlSfl
h Illy and Sarah 111 y, Ida wife, "did o
o and on tho 28lh day of January, lb
"acknowledso nnd ilellvor tnthtiundn
Jt'd, their certain lnolrifaire deed, and dl
Jby bargain, ell, reli'ate und eonvo
J0 p utidersltfucd thd fnllowlnir ilcKerilio
'ottround m tbo clly or Uairn,. count
Of Aiintlcr and elate of llllooh, lo-w t
lapytl.l,erett twtnty-nlan (!U, lu block
nmoer' r..rfv.frtiir t44). loirellipr ivfth nil
flu privltcen and appurtcuanccii to tho
ni' belniigiii;; or ajipertalnlnir, and dh
therby rcleaair and walvo all rk'htH
' tha home
priveges umltr and by vlrtuo or
atca. exemption laws of tbe atnte ot llllnolii
io i cure in
iho cavment of two nntei. ni.i
for ho sum of clrbty-ono dollar, bearim-
ovcidato with mid iuortig and each paw
abJo to the order of Zaeliatlah D. JlaihuJs
in Miiy day and nine months.-itor date, re
.Jieelifelv with ten per cent, interest.
Andwhercas, said jnortgate provides that
in ca of default In the pannent or cither
or nau noted or uny part thereof, tho wholo
fitin to fceenrod Khali at;the t..tlon ot tbo
undersigned heeomo duo and payable
I'-".- i -'"1 . . '"""tfc'aod prcmlteH
may be hold In tbe manner, and upon clvlm:
notice as Inlaid inorwage fpoeiUe.l, an.1
whprea-, default has been madn for more
loan ten days, In tho payment ifn ixirtlon
of said tumto fccured, noxv thcrelore, by
Uriuo or tho power In .alii
"ortsago contained, 1 will on
tlio Ttli iliiv uf s, .m, -mi.,... iu-i ...
bour of 2 o'clock, p.m., ui tho fn.ut door of
the court Louo,lu wld CltyofCalro.'e.ijnty
or Alexander and state of llllnol., utferfur
m iiuuiic- unuue, 10 mo lilgtie-t bidder
. cu, iui uuiiiiiereu iweniy-nlue (yj) in
dock numbered forty.four (41).
hcreloforo de,-ribe.l, and wi
cxecuto unil .1.11. .
cha..cr a deed thereli.ro. Dated August JlUi?
s;!,.m,i i. um t"'" D. .MAT1IC.NS,
Alii,. V 'if eler' Murlgsgw.
And Dealer lu
EioHrn Strei', hit. Vt-AnniNurow xva
-ervc Umllle. , a acwstohta maSfA.
furr all kinds d pain.. i'orale by
, , FINN AND METZ
Cans! UabI (Janh I Qmrts, one dol
lar per dozen; half gallons, one Blty
per doien j mad of host matorial and
grooved seawaj at Hoqderjon's, 100 Com-innflaTaro-tiUo;-'
'fHK DeLMONICO REMTA V RANT will
Peaontba t ot September and will
h k-pt d,,e trea((0rd.rBnil ,
nn. or tho restaurant business In'd will
Hoard on tho Kurop Pun,uroe
tickets for ono dollar. '
Regular day board at tLo old rate
IHitlin free. ioardliiK is low 1 f(iu")'.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Somebody to take from uVa thoutaud tiiU
heads, good, paper and llnely pnnlrd, for
5.1.1m 10 4 w.
Otlfi thousand state menu nrihted it The
UULI.ETIN 01UC6 lor f.i.IKJ to 4.1W.
Oho thousand nolo head printed t Till
Bulletin oOke fur 4.00t twothousaud for
One thousand lmlncm cards, fine Bristol
board, printed atTitic BULMrriN office tor
from i'l.W to tfl.OO. icconllng ilf r.
FRIDAY,' SKPt. 4, 1874.
WATRD--ily two yonng gsnllamon, a
nlcoly furnubed room, with pnvato fain
llv. Ronlv.lo I. O. Hex 251. 3t
At.l tho day boarder In tha city can
ho accommodated at tho tit. Charles
hotel, with flrit-clan Board at -ocond ulati
rutun 70 4.19-lf
Jklly I'kkshk.!"."-Soinwlhlng new In
tho Jolly l'rcit lluo, at llonderion, l'JO
Commercial avenuo. &2-H.8-lm
Dr. .."Wn.tUMs, Dentin may be found
In hi olllco at any titan ; oxtracti tooth at
all hotiri day or nltht. Oflico at 140
Commercial avenue, between 8th and Dib
Max KiratrNK. ircm builder, la
ruJy at any time to tuno and repair
planot and molodeoni. You may eafuly
truityour inttrumonta to his caro: you
will nol-ho decelvbd.
1'a.htikh deilrmg to havotholr pianos
and inutodcati cleaned, repaired and
tuned, ihuuld truit them to M. R.
Kuohuo, corner Thtrteonth and Walnut
atreotf. Ho la tho tnoit competent man
ltKjixiVct). I'rlmo lard, break
fait bacon, hami, freib buttor at tbn
ncwfbrlck atore, corner of Twentieth and
100.0-1. Ct F. K, Dietrich i Co.
xsotick to Ti'je rumio, Tba now
packing hotiie market In Wllcon'e blook,
will bo open Saturday next, with freih
moats and new lard, at tho lowoit inarkot
price. Howk & Uno.
Gavjs Rohu. Jamti Carender, who
WRiMait winter Indicted by tha grand
Jury bran attempt to tako the life of Mr.
I'arkerof Gooioliland precinct, returned
to tho' county a few day ago, and yester
day gave bond to appear and stand trial
for thd otfeneo.
To LoUIHVILLE AN1J CINCINNATI AND
RrrtniN. -The Cairo and Vincen'nes rail,
road will soil icketi to parties wishing to
attend tho Lpuiavlllo exposition at one
fair for the round trip, or in other words
at half price. n.-y will also sell tickets
to Cinclnnt.'-! r.ni rtlutn on, tbo same con
dition. Ticket - 11 be good to return
any time whll'j tha exposition continues.
RxtoeiTioN Tickith to Cincinnati
and Lodinvilli. All porions who tie
slro to go to Cincinnati r Loutsrllle, ean
procuro round trip tickets at tho general
iloJcet office .ol tbe Cairo & Vlnoennos
railroad, In.Cniro. Ono faro for tho round
trp. Tickets good logo and return for
six days from date of Issue. 'J-'2w
To the Patuons ok tii Lycouino
Imiuhanc Company Take Notioi.
.Renewal receipts Issued by O. F. Lyon, late
agent, unleu signed by the president and
secrotaiy of the company, rvro null and
voiu and of no effect. No lots will be
paid under them unless rogularly issuod.
Oaibo, Iw.., Aug. 30th, 1874.
K. il. Uabman, titate Agant.
FAsetNocii Tatrnu os th O. anu V.
R. R. Any one who has nassod onr tha
Cairo and Vlncennee railroad within the
last month or six weeks, cannot haya fallod
to notice that that road is doing a greatly
increased business in the way of carrying
passengers. Trains both ways aro almost
always.'fuli principally with through pas-
usngeri. Mr. Jaa. Mallory is tho paiien
ger agent at. this place; and to his etl'orts
on.'bobalf of the road maoh of this in.
creased patronage is to bo attribute.
Slallory is an active man, and as agent of
no uairo and vtneennoa road has ren
dered valublo service to it.
Criminal AIattcub Th trial of
illonry Runner for the murder of Fred,
ilaricampl n 'thls city In May last, will
ooinraonco In tba Union county circuit
oourt on next Monday. Sheriff Irwin
to61C Runner to Joucsboro yesterday
'Tho Dllta marder trial In the John
san ceunty circuit court camo to n ,ni
n Wednesday' evfcnlng, tho Jury In the
vm returning a verdict or not guilty
when the prisoner was discharged. Judge
""i "ouguiriy, and W. It Wresn
oi Kansas, appeared for the deleuio j an
County Attorney Daineron oonductod th
cunnnlli. .f.L. . .
- ! mo people. V0 Un
uorsiana mat Diltz left for his home
Kansas yesterday morning.
Bkk virus. The sidewalk
between Walnut street and Washington
BTeuuo, is oemg repaired, and lowered to
-The special car which Uft for Anna
iy,lUe jour o oiock train yesterday morn
Ing, was crowded with men who deslreo
to ba present at tbe convention.
I'M- - - J fP. ...
'ni XBUJIUBWIII SOOneoinmono..
. . . . . V
to wnoiesaie grocery business.
--Tho Johnson County Farmers will
hold a convention to-morrow, .1 Vienna
for tho purpose of nominating candidates
for county officers to, ho elected thin fall
There Is now no Drobl.'in. .i...'
w kfidg. will b, built ov ch '
bflween Cairo.n.l .7 rhr,r
Aliv.. i. .li ' aiaton.
Although this county offered to pay three,
fourth, of the cost of a new brl J. .! .
a .Li. '"4UU w V '"is ssaion
recent muniin n. .." '
commission.,. ",b.y reived that th..
tooortowrr.nt htL .n b uY
i"g a nw bi.dge. "d I
IIARTZKL FOR CONGRESS.
WINSTON AND ALBRIGHT
Special )lmlcll to TllBllUM.F.TIS.
Anna, Ii.t, Sopt. 3. Th conreotlon
nil Urge tod entbuiUitic. Alter on la
forml and two formal Ulloti, Win.
llarU.el, of Randolph county, wi nomin
ated for congron. O. "Wlniton, ol Alex
ander and F. K. Albneht. ol Jackion
county woro nonilnaleJ for repreienl
tivui. All fel happy orr the remit.
Steamer Jim Flsk, l'aducah
" Raven, St Louis
" Argosy, St Louis
" John V Tollo, New Orleans
" AVasp, Motropotis
" F 1 Otacy, Kvanivlllo
Stoamer Jim Fisk, l'aducah
11 lUvnu, St Louis
' Argosy, Cincinnati
" John F Tolls; St Louis
11 Wsip, Metropolis
11 Atlantic and barges, N O
JJOATflTO iiCAVK To-iay. Jim Klk,
l'aducah; II U Cuoko, Evansvllle; Rso and
lru, Bt 1auI$; Jlelle Hlitaroport, Haw
Orleans; Colorado, Vlcksbtirg; Vint
Shinklo, Now Orleans; Clarksvillo, l'a
ducah. Rivkr, Wkatukk, BoelNK. The
river last evening was 10 feet 3 inchos on
tho gaugo, having risen 32 Inchos during
tho provious '21 hours. Weather clear
and hot. Uuiinoss dead.
Cargoes. -Tho Argosy has a ton of
iron on tor Pittsburg.
Tbe Raven brought out two barges of
oro, and took back two barges salt to St.
The Atlantic has 3 barges about half
loaded for Now Orleans.
Tbo J no. r. Tano uiicbarged soma
freight at the stone depot, and hat 4(0
tons (or St. Louli. Part of It being freight
recovered from the Uonry Ames.
Tbo Indiana, after trying sinae last
Monday morning to complete hor cargo
for New Orleans, has had to quit, and is
discharging the little she bad received to
be forwarded on the Valley Company'
barges. The main Horn of her freight is
240 hbdsof tobacco that she got at Padu
The troublo Is that frolght, has suddenly
ceased coming In from the north either
by river or rail from some cause, not
Ti.o tug tV'atp brought down a now
barge that was built at Metropelis, by
Capt Alf Cutting for the llvi o
MiscxLLAKaouH. Caps. Alf. Cutting,
of Metropolis, has built a new tug which
ho has named tha "Wasp-" Ha expects
to send her to New Orleans. She is 65
feet long, 13$ feel beam, and 8 feet depth
of hold. Her onglne was tnado by Lin
nlng JIc Jackson, of l'aducah, and is
Incnes in diamoter and 14 inch stroko
She has abundance of power and Is said
to bo a success.
Tho T F Eekort passed Vlcksburtt
Tuesday night, enrouto to this port, and
should reach hero to-morrow morning
What remains of Bacon rack is to ba re
mained by the damage boat that lies at
tho yellowware house, as soon as it shall
have beon put in repair.
Tbo St. Louis and New Urlcans pilots
have formed a league, and are diotatiug
not only the wages that boats
amsreni classes snail pay laom, out ara
also attempting to control frolght rate
by refusing to pilot boats
that offer to "cut" on established rales
'iuoy are said to start eut very Strang,
naving enlisted nearly every pilot. Thei
cnarges on boats of lets than 300 torn
burden are 300 dollars per month; boats
over 300 tons 350 dollars, and on tow
boats, 400 dollars. Part of Ibis wages
Is paid into tbe association far the sup
port ef tboto who are out of a situation
Tba question Is "will the thing stick 7"
Pksonal. Chas. K. Stoken, editor of
tbe Dunklin county, Missouri, Reporter,
was guest at the St. Oharltt yesterday
Mr. Joy, of tho Carml Tlmta, was in
the city yesterday.
Mr. Geo. Houek, brother of Louis
HoucV, jSkj., of Cape Girardeau, Mistouri,
was in the city yesterday.
Among the more prominent
rivals at tbo SI. Charlss hotel yesterday
were the following: O. O. Morgan
Cleveland, Uhlo; T. K. and F. 1. Rand
and familial, Mutke(an, Michigan ; K. O.
Jeflord, Chicago; K. Cobb, l'aducah; D.
Wblte, Cincinnati; D. S. Snokor
A,aunut, isxas; K. A. Kdwards, Chicago
Foil Rknt. Tho undersigned has tbreo
nrst-ciais roildonci, two on Croas and
one on Klercnth street, for rent. Excel
lent citterns, out-houtot, nd all other
conveniences. Just put Into fine order.
Enquire of o. f. MuKicaio, P. M.
Foil Rmt. Tbe new brick business
house lately occupied by Capt. Kelly, on
Commercial avonuo between Tenth and
meveniu sireoif, Ualro. A larire laai.
given 11 required. F.nquiro of H, Watson
Webb, corner Eleventh street and Com.
merciai avenue. 87-8.1!c.int
l'KIVATJC ilOAKDINO, Mrs. J. W. (Jar
nucbaul having takon tha lanro house
tho corner of Sixth street and Washine-
ton avenue, is 'prepared to
lurnlsu private boardinp to .
limited number of either ladles and gen
tlemen, or to gentlemen end their wlvaa.
The bouse Is very pleasantly located and
"nV,mm tU th bu,i,,M' P'rtot tbcl
k11, or fur""' in.ortuatfon inquire
t the houte.
CRITICISES MR. THAYER,
For TlIK UFt.LKTIN.
In a very eloquent sermon delif erad io
tbe Presbyterian church Sunday night
last, the Rev. II, B. Thayer, D, I), failed
to notice several "little" points directly
concerning bis subject, 'which
would have given entirely diff
erent conclusions. Hit subject
was taken from Gen. 2 and 8: "And tho
Lord God planted a gardon outward In
Eden'; and tboro he put tbo man whom
be had Made." lieforo taking up the
real subject ho made a very pointed but
unwiio attack upon the Darwinian theory,
He thought It much better to believe that
man was created with all his present at
tributes, and in thelikenti of God, than
that he should have developed from tho
lowost forms of animal life.
Although I am not quit a Darwinian
myself, yet I cannot allow such statements
to pats unnoticed when it is In my power
to correct them,
I admit that II it much pleatantsr to
believe at ho doet, and that men, chrit
tlans otptcially, in maoy vmoi, rather be
ltcve fiction than fact. But this Is not
question nf mero like or dltllkes It it ono
of storn fact and tbould be uontldorod at
such ; If It van be proven, by tho working
of nature, that man arrlvod at his present
nlmgu through a aerlai of transformation
why tbould we not hollar It 7 Is it not
hotter to bellavo that which Is sustained
by tbo Immutable laws of nature, than to
blindly beliove a stnle and superstitious
theory entirely unfounded in facts of to
Tbe revernd gentleman then t6ok up
the real subject, and after spme prelimi
naries, proceeded te explain how our lint
Ho stated that nobody would deny God
tbe right to ttt tho obedience of the chil
dren whom be had made; that man was
placed in tbe garden of Eden with the lib.
erty to cbooio either good or evil; that
there would havo been no ute for that lib
erty, unlets there had been something to
choose from, that the law of God was
there; that man violated that law, and
must therefore abide with tbo cons,
quences. When we consider tbe circum
stance under which that test was mad,
w bnd that tba question was not "Had
God a right to apply that test 7" But,
i'icuj it nfcesary". God certainly had no
more right to apply a test that he knew
would prove injurious to man, than w
havo to punish a child without caute
It It supposed Ged was alwite. If this
Is so, he knew how far man would obty
without applying tt test.
He alto knew what th conttquencet of
that unnecessary test would be ; it must
therefore have been his detlre that those
consoquonces thould come to pats, and If
it was God's desire that they should come
to pan, what fault of poor, helpless man
I II tii.s K has fallen into sin?
But says Mr. Tbayer, man was endowed
with the liberty of choice, he could just as
easily have chosen good as avII. True,
but did not God know that man would
choose the wr ing, long before he applied
that teitV llstidti the bible represents
man as not knowing good from evil until
bo had eaten of tbe tree of tbo khbwledg
of good and evil, and that God allowed
mem io oa leuipied to do wrong
by the devil. If this Is
Adam and Eve could not havo known
that It was wrong to disobey God's com
mandment. In view of thete things
ask, how could a jutt God bring such
fearful punishment upon all mankind 7
I have a child, full of playfulness, with
innocence stamped upon its pure, whit
brow, as yet unable to dittinguith right
from wrong; plaolng it at a table well
filled with eatableH I warn it not to oat of
tho cake in tho center of tbe tablo, lett, it
be punltbed. I do tbls merely for the cu.
rioiity of testing Its obedience, at tho sam
time knowing that the child will eat of it,
But not being content, even with alio
ing it iti free course in choosing, I permit
a temptor to tell it that what I have said
it alio. That Instead of being punished
in eje win uo opened and see many
beautiful things. Tho child, forgetting
ior me lime its rattler's command, and in
its childish simplicity trusting tba temple
as children trust almost anybody, heeds
bis request, takes a piece of the cake and
eats it, without even dreaming of doing
wrong. Now I re-enter the room, and
learning what Las transplrod, could I, tbe
father with one spark, of mercy in mv
angry broast, curio that thoughtless child?
Danish It from my house forever 7
ovon if I had not deliberately
its destruction 7 No I But If I did curse
it, could ask it to kneol down and
call IHO KOOd? I ly.vu thosa mimtlnn.
ur tbe reader to answor.
t rom what L have laid. 1 draw tbe fol-
lowing conolutiont :
First: That It is always better to be.
Iievo fact than fiction oveu if It it a little
diiagreeabl lometimet. '
SsconJIy: That God either deliberately
detlgnod man's fall, or was not alwise.
And thirdly: That man havlntr been
lempted to do wrong, and not knowing
what wrong was.could not be held rsspons-
ible for the contcquanios of saline: tbat an-
pie in the garden of Jdeu.
Hoping that this little eplstlo will of
fend no one I am E. T.
Cairo, Aug, ill, 1874.
in dedication of tbo At. &, church
Ullln will take place on Sunday, Sep.
tetnber 18th, at 11 o'clock a. m
Rev. Jesse Grant, presiding elder
olllclating. All friends of tbo church and
the cauie are cordially Invited to bo
Day JIoardjmu Mr. Stewart wltliet
to Inform the pub)o that she has opened
a boarding houte for, tba accommodation
of day boarders, la the brisk residence on
th corn.r of Twelfth and Poplar streets,
Mrs. Stewart is known to Cairo peonle aa
an old band at the business ot providinr
acceptable fare for boarders, and with a
determination to keep up her well-earned
reputation, solicits a share of public pat.
ronage, fc9-8.atl.tf' '
ON K WHO 3KEMSTO KNOW GIVES
A'BRlkF H19TORY0F UIS.MAR.
Cairo, Sep. a, 1874.
Mr. Editor iWJsbing to seo justice
done to a. worthy woman, 1 desire to
Stale through the columns ef Tin lltJL.
UfVix, aj few fact! hot related lu.the Item
regarding' the attempted 'tulcliodn
Wednsiday mdrnlng, ot Janies Klnloy.
J;oe year ago tbo prosent month, Fidley
rrU a rotneotablo widow womad of
city.- She had acquired by the hard
labor of years, a little homo, comfortably
furnished. Because she would not slan
away hor proporty tohltn, Finley began
a series o' quarrels with hor, abusing hor
in many shameful ways. Ho accused her
of Impropor conduct. threw out
dark hints about putting hor out of the
way, "at dead women tell uo talot" and
finally throw all hsr furniture out of tbo
boui 'This occurred at "th Shanties'' on
tho lino of tboC. AV. R. R. between
Ctlro and Mound City junction. Ills
wife hired n wagon and removed hsr
furniture to hor, own homo iu Cairo siuoo
which time tho has tteadlly rofutod
live with him.
Latt May, Finley "took up' with
"ilrauto) woman" who Htod bear, and
wat already provided with a huiband; h
took her to Chicagd, from there to Oincln
natl and from there to Cantralia on "urj.,
dal tour." From tho 'latter
place: a friend informed f 'his
wife of Finley'a conduct with Iho woman
Mrt. Finley went to Cuntralia and had
tho couple nrruitod for living in u ttatft.o
adultery. Tbe II oca uf both amounted to
four hundred dollars. Finley, llko a lov
ing swain, paid the woman's lino one
hundrod and ten dollars. Thit emptied
his Docket book and ha wat (Uimnallud to
V,i till! .JJ.: P.. ..; - t
onment of four months; obtaining his re
lease on the latt day ot Augutt'
M on lay. Burning for revenge, ha came
to Cairo and sought an Interviow with
his wif. It was reported to hor tbat h
bad threatened, before reaching Cairo,
taai n wouia mi ner,,ana stie rtuid
see bim alone. On Tuesday morning h
made tbe attempt, to' kill bltnselt Tbls is
a brief but correct statemont of the wholo
affair from tha time of Finlay'a marriage
to bis attempted suicide. Since he
pretsos a determination "to sottle old
scores with his enemies,'' it would be well,
if ho has any friends, that they thould
look after him, lett he fall into the hands
of the law again, lt.il well understood
tbat his wife has already suffered molt
shameful abuse from bim.
The flrtt Monday ot September being
tbo opening day of the fall and winter
teuton of tbe Loretto Academy, it will
begin on .the Hi in it. (
Parents desiring to send tboir chllJron
to the accaderiiy aro requested to accom
pany them to make tho necsuary arrange
ments. All tho branches ot a polite and solid
education will be taught, including
French, Ger.-nan, music, and lancy needle
work. The Germau language to be
taught by a German' sitter. 0-2-2w
Thunday Eveulng, Sept. 3, 1871.
Tbls month has opened with a better
outlook in loading branches of tbe market
,aod prices aro ,11 rm all. round with good
prospect of an actlvo builnoil month 'and
an early advance in price of grain and
At tbe preient low prices on flour, there
Is nothing to prevent a heavy buiincu bo
mg done, and buyon aro taking' advan
tage of tbo timet; tbo consequence is a
heavy week's trade in all grades, and a
prospect of a till further increase of weekly
Tfle demand, for hay exceeds tho sup
ply and prices hold steady and tlrm as
also in oat and mixed corn.
1'oultry' Is scarce and wanted. Butter
is active at an advance;
sin.. '.t. - .
j wur consinues cooi, pieaisnt
and favorable for business.
a?Our friends should bear a mind
that the prices here given aro usually for
inciirom urn nanus in round iott. In
ui.iug oruera anu ior, urouon ion it is
rtlll i .-jr. ... .. ...
neceitary to cbargoan hdvanco ovor these
Prices rule low and thus creato a rather
active demand for all grade and the
movement in tho last two or thr
has been heavy for this Beaton of the year.
- i j -
U.I.. l. 1ft,. l.vi.
i.u.u,,.,.0 ,w ou.. uuuico A.v.i,
fi 80? inn 1.1,1. nlmlnn VV A All. r.nn 1.1.1.
.., . uwi
grades, 4 000 25; 100 bbls
grades, 4 007 OO;. 1'25 bbls oily
arlous grades,. 4 007 60; 100
!" ' "vi uuv ""
........ (,...,,, u, u-, iuu
uois 10 arrive, o wo; aw umi varlou.
ti.un, ? yUUS u , , luou aaaico.
i.vuiou, u uv, w uui, various graues,
Choice hsy ii, iu demand and scarce.
e domand for choice TImdthy' exceeds
tne supply. Trantactlons are rottrictod
by laclcof rclpU. Sale reported were
cars mixed delivored, 17 50; t! cars
rairledellverod, 13 00,'3carohoIcTlm-
otby dollvered, 10 00: 2 cars choice Tim.
othy dollvered, 19 CO.
Tho markot is firm and prices are un-
, , .
chanirod. Whlto corn Is a littlo nnlnt h,i I
. - - -i
" "uuo,Dijr BunYo uemana lor
mixed, and onlv a lioht annnK-
. fili' T i i i"i f.rr.J ""(, i
blewer acarmlid;in.oks delivered,
n I 1 , , ' . . . . I
car white ia uck. d.hv.red, 82oS ' it
U.eoondh.Bd .al.-. d.lir.red,80c.
'Jk' OATH. .
i ii., j Kmim luuiu iu sacks uoiiverod, 77c; I
7j?."?.,!i.rtr.u,!f,,to'ly 6nJ ntmu 10
P aV. ,m" ,Upp1y Mi "bt de'
?riV5W,S,Wlc'r 10 ,Mk'
Cairo im I Hum wm
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OP CONFEC
TIONS IN EGYPT. 20
THAN ANY HOUSE
Do n6t buy old
and aro slab', clniniiii'' homo manufacture- Also
sco to your weight, liven' box
..L ... 1.
nut, ur u uiiuuus uvi'f nvu. lvijiiiuinuui mo place
Corner dth St. and Washington Av.
Tho Only Place In tlio City whero You can get a Coinploto Assortment.
in' sacks, delivered, COc; 1 cars in sacki, I A 1 HPT m aJ
Tuno la a good feeling In the market
and prlcoi nio turn witn an upward ten
dency. Offerlngi to'day were all taken
at 'quotations. Hales were 100 bbli S. D.
3 CO; 2 cart 8. D-, from itore, 3 CO,
There la a batter demand, and holdvrii
are asking an advance. Sales to-day
were madn at Hi 50. Tberu Is very little
in market. Hales noted were CO sackt
from storo, 1C 00; 1 ear load In sacks de
livered, 1C CO.
Cboiue northern butler il scarce and re.
ceipts find roady sale i.t 27&1SC Cholre
Southern Illinois ii quoted at '2325o.
AVo lute sales of 10 packagei choice
Southorn Jlliiioii, 'J&t; 8 tubs choice Soulli
orn Illinois, 20 to 2Cc;'J tubi choice north
ern, 28c; 1C packages choice Soulbom fill
Tbe hiarket is bsro -i freili eggs. A
lew came lii to-day tut iu rather bad or
der. Choice fresh eigi ui good condition
would find an active demi.nd at l'J)fi:id.
There is an uclive local demand for
choice chiekeni lint coniumes all roceipti.
Alton thu market found ready sales to-day
Sales were 'J Loops mixed, t! CO; i coops
young, 2 00; t! coopt old liens, 3 00, 4
coopt choice young, 3 00 to 2 CO.
The fruit market continues dull and
quiet. Thero If to little doing tbat wo
cannot glvo quotations at they aro gov
erned by tbo amount received and tho de
mand which iieniiroly local. u
The market h bare of smoked meat and
lard. Tbe demand wo'ild be good and
sales largo if supplys could be obtained.
Refined lard is quoted at 10c in bill; l.jc
in buckots. 3 catks olear sides sold at
ICja Is the only transaction in provisions
tbat we can report.
HuiiEM'K'a Pulmonic Srsur-For tbe
cure of consumption, i ought and sold
The great virtue in this medicine is tbat it
ripent tbo mattor and throws it cut of tbo
system, purities tbo blood, and thut eriocti
SUllKNOtta IK A WKlCU TOH1C, Voll TlIK
CORK Of Ur.H'Kl SlA, INDIUUBTIUN, .If..
The tonic produces a healthy action ol
tbe ttamacb, creating an appntito, forming
chyle, and curing tbe most oliltlnato eaiut
Sciienck'h Mandrake Pill Wit the
Cure ok Livia Complaint, A
Theio pillt aro alterative, and produce
a hoalthy action of tho llvo'r without tho
least dangor, as they are froo from cal
omol, and yet more effacious in reitoring
a healthy action of the liver.
Them remedies are a certain euro for
i-oniumption, as tbe Pulmonic Syrup
ripens mo matter and purifies tbe blood
The Mandrako Pills act upon the llvor
create a hoalthy bilo, and remove all dis
eases of the liver, oflon a cause
of Coniumption. The Sea
Weed Toolo ivoi tono and
ilrength to tbe stomach, makes a good
digestion, and enablos tbe orirani in form
..... . . "
goon tioodj and thui creates a honlthv
circulation of Hoalthy blood. Tho com
binod action of tbeio medicines, as thus
explained, will euro everv case of f!nn.
sumption, if taken in tlmo, and tho uie of
(tie modiciries preserved in.
"r. ocnonclt Is profestlouaily nt his
principal office, corner Sixth and Arch
Stl., Philadelphia, every Monday, whore
an lettors for advico mutt be addreuod.
acbenck'a medicines forialeby Druggists
i lui, unrnnr amnn a n . n a .
Eltrhth ttroat and n..m,.,ui
where J. Goorgo Stienhouto with bit iron
., . . b wu
nemaniy aitlstauts oan bd found
nemaniy assistants oan bd found at anv
hour of tho day or nlght ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave or cool
your temper and head with a good sham.
your teraDer and head w th okaH
poo. It is a first-lass shon. and r ...
mm or receiving flrst-olass treatment
liBdles' and ublldron' ha r cut or
terlhe m osl approvelslv 8-15 -t
ainu !.... rn ,. .
flf " nioit Insidious and dangerous foa
m xue maDy so-called " tonic " and ap-
a 1 1 v . . tl ne ..1 -.1. t.l... .
r u""' P wuiaay ana re-
fuso JIquors, finished un to suit dei.raved
appetites under the name of medicino
... ... .....' . .
Dr. Walker's California Vinkuah
Bittehs aro none of these. Thoy aro not
a beverage, but are a gonuino medicino.
purely vegetable, preparod from Call.
fornia herbs by a regular physician. For
all diseases of tbo Htornaob, liver, kidneys
HMi.iMc.iii mu nioiuaou, live
v.... j.. .,.( . ... . '..
u.nuuur, ikiu aim oioou, tney are an
r.llll.ln i-.i ,
.V. . I.V .1 -" ".euy.
u-u uuu wiw
saiilNOTON Baker v. Air. .lotuph
F" h" ?M ,ChT , , lU" W0"
puMio Jwltb cUolco broad, Including
HfiHtnn. Xtrnwn anil nrtthuTn lir
k. and confoctlonarlo. of
erlptloo., Being ... oxperi.
.kllful laUr!, Mrr'Rbnokuwill
!'?.. . MO I
PER CENT LOWER
IN THE TRADE,
that lntvo boon Kent over tlio
ought to contain' five Hounds
1 . I 1
vv WV. V bWAJbWvti
M ,S7't FA LL STOCK 187-1.
Cloathing and Furnishing
Nn MO CoiiinKrctnl Artnw.
One of the oldest llrrns in tbe city,
bavo within tbe last four yrars been com
pelleil to Tnsko several additions to their
building, in order to accommodate their
incrus.o In tbo Wholesaloand Retail buil
neit. They bavo recently extended tbe
locond floor of tbelr tloro 35 feet, making
It tbe entire length of the lower room,
which gives then 180 feet iu length alto
Kether, being tho largest and molt com
plete establishment In tho city.
Tin: rtRT r loo it,
aa usual, will bo tiled exclusively fir tbe
tale of Dry Goods of all klndt, with
Clothing, Furnishing Goodn.Notioni, J-" .
i he exioNiJ ri.oou
will bo occupied with Carpets, Oil Cbtbs
Mattinc,!, Ac, and their reserve ttockof
all klndt of goods for tho wholesale traJe,
In arranging their rooms tho proprietors
had an nyo to thu comfort, convenience
and accomodation of the public.
THE NEW STOCK
which tbey are just rccoivlng, comprint
n full line or DRESS GOODS of tbo
latest and molt fashionable patterns;
wii iti-: noons
and I'RINTS of every variety, from tho
most popular mills;
of all kinds, Including PIECE GOODS of
tbo belt American and European manu.
Of all klndi, in endloii proluiloil and
G. A. R.'t ttock of Clothing and I'ur
nlthlng Goods it the largest, most com.
plete- and suitable to this market of
any in thu city. Particular caro hat beon
takon in iu telectlon, and we are confi
dent tbat tbe public will be well pleated
with tho goodt and prlcei. In
Carpets, Oil Cloths, &c,
Golditlnu and A- Roteuwater havH no iu.
perlor if an tqiial-ln all thin soction.
They havu a vory largu stock, with new
deiignt ot both Carpots nnd Oil Cloths.
and they will bo nblu to sell at figures
that defy competition. Wo call special
attention to this lino of goods now, be-
cauio it is In order for rooms to be re
Valises, in., Ac, thii firm us usual, leads
tho trade, being well prepared to fill any
order, at homo or abroad.
Tho .Entire New lock
of goods has been purchased by our Mr.
llosonwalor during quite a Ioni; stay in
Now York, Boitnn, and Phil-
adolpbhi, and bo has taken
particular caro in tho selection. They
havo nil bocn bought at such figures that
""v" U""B' ngures mat
0VurJ,",'n6 w"' ' 0'1' remarkably low.
W 0nly R,L' for ,ma11 '""fi'"8. conscious
U"lUt 10 our iDlorel. wH to
the Interest of tboso who buy.
iiiankful for pait patronage, wo onlv
ask that tho public will call and look at
our stook and prices before purchasing
August 31,87 j. aoa-9-i.tf
Sealed propotals will bo roooivod at my
olllco u...i rk ,,.,, , rw ..,.'
..... ; 1, ' ' "" " " DU ,u,u'
iuu nay oi oenie ntier. 1H71. Tor fur
iiisblng the matorlitls, or dolnc tbe work.
. ... . ...
or both, for the construction of tho fol
lowing dftcribod sidewalk, viz: On tbo
north side of Seventh stroot between
Washington avenue and Walnut stroet.
Said sidewalk to bo constructed ol' brick.
.Said proposali shall be dlrectod to tho
city council of tbo city of Cairo, and will
bo opened at a meeting of said council, to
bnheld unsaid ICtli day of Hopteinber
All propotals shall be made In accord-
anoo'wlth tbe provisions, requlromento
and specifications of ordinance No. 81,
approvod July 18th, 1874, which ordin
ance is now on file in my olllco subject to
oxtinloation at any lime.
Tbo city council reserves the right to
ruject any and all proposals.
Will K. Hawkins, City Clerk.
CAfito( Ills., Sopt. , 1874, 203.9-l-tf