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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1872.
TIME TABLE OF TIIK ILLINOIS CXXTRAL B. B.
On end etVrBundav, r h. IM. the follow
n une-uble will otern the arrival end depart
ure of paaimitar trains at Clroi
n (M.II train, ilatlv.......-. - :00 a.m.
Cairo ana m. i.ouia Dnon uiac.
Arrive.......'-". HM....3;45 p.m.
Joehane;eof care from Cairo to St. Louis. No
enenre o? 'ere from Cairo to Chicago, Kleiant
ring Room sleeping cara on niRht traiua.
attage checaed to all important rmlnta.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
-' ..,-.. ..
A . A. apeelal communication el the Cairo
Id.Sfi7 will be heldthia evening. Frl
day, May 17. llyoMerofihe W. M. Work
VT ,on.''" T. degree, Vialling brethren cor-
Will make three tripi dally.
At T . .m.
At 11 ".....a.m.
At i'X .p.m,
LltTIKO Hot KB C1TT
At 8:30 A.m
At 1:30 p m,
At . .ji.m,
r.Tr nun w i-cnivt u utKeia lur 9. w.
Will last , when nailed, at any good Intermediate
anaingtorpeaaengereor ireixni. noraii,
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
The splendid eteamer
Under and hy virtue ol an order ami decree ol
Din Circuit Court ol Aletander county, lllinola,
made on the petition of the underelgncd, admin
istrator fiiw ttttamnto anntjro of the e'tate of
Jacob Cauhle, deceased, for leate to fell the real
eime m .niii neceaaen, at tne April Term, A. I).
1K, ol aaidtonrt, I ahall,
OX MONDAY THE lit DAY Or JU'.T, A D 1872
between the Iiotira ol 10 o'clock a, m. and &
o'clock p. m., of raid day, Ml at public aale. at
am.er county, llllnole, the following dcecrlbe.
real eataie. to-witt
Hlxtv-aeven and 4n.im lr.i in.iftr ,r .t.
weal aide cf the weal halt ol the north-weal nuatter
ft! IMHa. Itn.th ln-..IJ l.li . . i
. v . .in.. v, w-uFiiiii iiiurieen lit, eoilin
, V oi ineiniraia) principle me
ridlan, aituaied In Alexander county, llllnoia
ana ou-iiaj ixugu-iuoj acrea otrtheeaaleld
of the eaat half ot the noiih on.inn.rinr nr
iwo ri), townanip rnurieenIJ, anuth range two
4, ' weat of the third 3J principle meridian, situ
ate in Alexander county. Iilinoia, ami the aonth
eaat quarter of the aouth mat quarter of aec
tlon thirty-five IMl.townahlp thirteen 111), aouth
range two )2 wet of the third 3 principle me
ridian, confining forty 40J acrea, aituaied in
The bavmcita to be mule a. follow., vli
one-third ca.h In hand. th,i batanre in aix month
from the date of aaln, aeeured by note and aale
nurigage on me premises ann,
Admlnl.lrator mm ititamtnlo annuo ot the ealale
or Jacob Caublei deceaaeu.
May lOlli, 1171.
Green A Gilbert, Alt').".
Ben. Howard Cnpt.
aaa Clro t)VttiY, (S.indya excepted) at 4
an. tar irelihlor n.aiie unniron iri
l3tf JAS IllUltJ, VI k '
Aseiila wanted In etery City, Town and Coun
ty, for the (Jorlinm l.inen, Hook ami Car
Marker. No rlak. One marka lor a whole lam
llv. Addreaa A. M. HICHAHIHON. 131 Weat
JIadlauti Btrret, Chicago. -10 codlm
SoOO.000 TO LOAN.
rtn Imnrored farm Prepellr In auma of Sl.000
I . ' , i ' - . r . . .
and linwaraa, vn lona: jimp hdii iviw jnirresi.
'e Main tit., DiKjuoln, Ilia
DR. J. 0. 8ULLIYAS,
-kPFICE-Orer M. J. McfJaulej'a (rti,
II oeir comer Commercial arenuc an
WILLIAM 11. SMITH. SI. D.
TES1DE.NCE No. 21 Thirteenth afreet, be-
XV tween Waahingion atenueanu walnut atreet.
ymcelJJ Commercial avenue, up aiaira.
(J. W. DUNNING, 31. D.
-hi?afn!vrl?nrnerX!nth and WAlnut ata.
XVOrtire corner fix th atreet and Ohio leree.
Office hours from s a.m. to r.' ra., ana u p.m
ST. UIIAKLES HOTEL,
r. n. HEXl'ORI) Proprietor
Cor. Ohio Levee & Second St.,
to and from the Ilepot free
IT llMlinVL'll f t-
nee oter the poatoRice. Office hours 10 to 13
a.tn.ana:io. u.m. ii.u. . T . c.l, r
- a t V HIJU t-'VVWj aWVW Jl
Our Homo Advertisements.
BOOTS. SHOES AND SLIPPERS
Juit received nt tho
1872. SUMMER. 1872. CITY SHOE STORE.
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS! cheapest house in the .city
ffl -J. BURG-ER,
Cj Commercial Avenue,
K Hu rbirned from the Eaat, baring
M purchaied tlulargeat atoclt of
Etcr brought to thla market.
Ue has a lull line of
WLLY VARUEN PRINTS,
liOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES.
IRISH POPLINS, 6II.K PLAIDS,
f It aorta ot
Summer Dress Goods.
AUo a full assortment of
j LACKS, TRIMMINGS,
k SHAWLS, CLOTHS,
f. AND CASSIMERES.
LADlEs' a.vjj ciiildken'8
SHOES AND CLOTniNG.
Of all Kindi and Prices.
EXAMINE HIS PRICES.
Fashionable Boots and Shoes,
Embracing the very latest itylei of
LADIES' MISSES' Ac CHILDREN'S
2JOJiJ-j2rr V A.-b-fcLi-ili-rr
WALKING & PARLOR SHOES AND
Nilsson, Juniatta's & Bismark
p TIES AND WALKING BOOTS.
Q Also a Tory choice, aelcct and raried line of
0 Misses' and Children!) Pearl Colored,
rrencli Kid, roxed fcergc and
Morocco Shoes and Slippers.
GENTLEMEN AND YOUTH'S
BROLASKI'S, HAND MADE CUS
TOM WORK BOOTS, PRINCE
With a full line of SLIPPERS, a ipccialty
Do not mtsa the onnortunltr whenerer nre-
aeoted, but call. Ererjr one la aulicited to exam
imine their tine atock of gooda. D-lJ-Ct.
At No. 84 Ohio Levek.
A largo and complcto stock of
CLOT EL" I 1ST Or ,
If you want tho heit board in tho
city call at tho Court Home Hotel.
T- I . .
ncia ara .New Cheaper than the Cheapest
and better than the beat.
A Social Party and dunco will bo
given at tho bouio of Mrs. Allen, on 10th
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AND ,lrC0t' botWR7 V i?m T'rl !
PRICES avonue, on Saturday night, Alay 18. Thii
ball is for the bencllt of
all alio had by Arc, All should
take n ticket and attend tho party. Tick
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
Wnuiii010K Avrsvi, Con. 7th SiaitiT,
Kifp n hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' 1J00TS AND SHOES.
Mlmv and Children1! Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
"Which they iU ht tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
ALL A.VTJ EXAMIVK
cts only 00 cents.
ICE ! ICE 11 ICE!!!
From Wednesday M9y 1st, tho ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to continue
during tho summer months. Nono but
puro northern lako ico will bo delivered.
HvsE, Loom 18, & Co.
la praparcd to aupid, cu.wmer with ll.u U-.i
ExTKAOKUl.VAitY PHENOMENON. Cin
cinnati. St. Louis and Milwaukeo Bock
u?n&w'hhr drftwn from the inmo keg at tho
Enuta, tut d"comi?Hr,i,"K h"w 3,;, Thalia mloon opposite The Bulletin
oiuce. jink punches cobblers ana mint
nulepi aVUlfully compounded according to
CAIRO CITY CO A T. 1 ml clft"yiprovcd formula.
Swan & Co.,
Oroide and Milton Compound
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS r'L &c
QQAL h-aSlm. Cairo, Illinois.
TIIK LITTLE KENTU(!Kliv
0R,!lll,V,.(,WLW the vlace wl,.
c''r.l"J!?''!''!'?.l'roniptueutlo they keep the freshen Hah und rami.. un,i
aide ateamara at anr hour. ocMif Ulu ,!,1t winw, liquors und citiari, to bo
lounu in the city. Dinner only twenty
Upcn day and night, at all
J. E. Pake, Proprietor,
WOOD I WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
The underaigned will furulah
HARD AND DRY WOOD
II not Cheaper
has any wood deal. In r.i.
D th. alaiea at th. fc.io;.r,na "J".
iKxMXMnin tho Greeley ratification
meeting at tho Atbeneum to-night. Turn
out I Thcro will bo good ipocchei and a
Wm. Ehlcrs.at hlsihopon Twentieth
troct, opposite tho Court Home hotel, is
manufacturing boots and ihoes, of every
stylo and variety, warranted to glvo por-
fcctsatisfactlon. Ho keeps genuine irenen
calf nnd gives his customers all ho prom
Try tub Excklsioii. Thoso who in
dulge themselves in luxuries such as St,
Louis Lfigcr Boer, Cocktails, Gin slings,
rich Wines and ico cold Lemonades, all
sweetened with ilncst'plano music, should
call on Fred. Blankonberg.s, Ho has tho
coolest, quietest and finest saloon in the
west. Ho has also a fine billiard table for
the use of his guests andjhis cigars cannot
bo excelled. 6-lOdlm
Mr. R. P. Bobbins is the agent for tho
Protection Llfo Insuranco Company, of
Chlcaco. in this cltv. In theso days when
ft is looked upon as ono of the christian du
ties of man to insuro his life, thus' securing
to his family in tho event ot his death, tho
necessaries nnd comforts of life,
Is a matter of impor
tance to select a company which
s at onco safo and economical. Tho Pro
tection Lifo Insuranco Company is such a
ono. It Is instituted on tho mutual con
tribution plan, a plan by which lives may
bo insured at an cxperso so small as
scarcely to be felt. A membership fco for
a policy limited to fJ,oOO is $14 00, or
for a policy of $5,000 $20.00, and the an
nual dues aro on tho first $4 00 and on
tho last 55 00. For full particulars, appli
cation should bo mado to Mr. Bobbins.
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
streot, near tho post office, the proprie
tress would inform the public that she
is prepared to accommodato tho public
with first-class board nnd well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on the most reason
able terms. Ample- preparations have
been made to accommodato nn unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. " Mks. T. N. Gaitnky.
On and after this day, May ICth, I will
pay a reward of twonty-flve cents each,
for all dogi found running at largo, on
which tbo taxei have not been paid, said
dogi to bo dolivcrcd to mo at the dog
pound, on the corner of Ohio levco and
Tenth street, old city pump.
&-ir,'2w Avdiiew Cain, City Marshal.
Caiiio, III., May 16, 1872.
We, tho undersigned barbers, in tho
city of Cairo hereby mutually agreo and
pledge ourselves that on and after Sun
day, Jl'N'E 2D, 1872, WE WILL KEEP OUH
Baruek Shops closed on Sunday
DURINO THE ENTIRE DAY, and will not
do any barbcring business of whatever
kind or description on that day.
F. Theobold, George Wise,
W. Alba, Robert Muuroe
A. Eschbacb, C. Alba,
G Reinning, B.Leffel,
II. Schick, Gust. Ucin,
J. Geo. Steinbouse, F. Slicher,
Wra. Schick, Robert Bedford,
D.Lamport, Charles Anderson
John Bedford, Jeff. Brown,
Edward Braxton, Dave Tylor.
Pabllentloa 0h, BbIIIIsi HbIMIb,
AT THE ATHKNEUM.
GREAT GREELEY RATIFICATION
Mr. LineoarIs almoit persuaded to be
a Liboral. .
A Colored Picnic was dronched yci.
The rain of yestorday Is a lcgltlmato
IIoupt has a transit flxln, and proposes
to keep Cairo time.
Gen. Burnside is in tho city, on buii-
nesi connected with the Cairo and Vln-
CAN RESIST THE OPCER. TIlO
Continental Life insuranco Company of
Now York Ikuo Lifo Policies for $1,000
on any ago between 16 and 'ii, for & centi
day. W. F. Pitch h,
Gen'l, Agt. for Southern Ills.,
Grand pic-nic of the Cairo Turners, at
Fort Jefferson, Kentucky, on Pringst-Sun
day, May 18th, 1872. The ferry boat is
engaged for tho occasion and will leave
tho foot of Sixth street nt precisely 8
a.m. and 1 p.m. Speeches, schuu-turnen,
singing, national plays, music, dancing,
etc. etc. Edward Rummel, of Sprlngflold,
Secretary of Stato, und Carl Zuckriegel,
Esq., of Owensboro, Ky., aro invited and
will bo the orators of tho dav. Refreshments
in abundance Tickots CO cents for the
round trip. A good timo is anticipated
as everything possiblo will bo dono to
mako it a joyful occasion. Co mo one,
Carl L. Thomas,
Committco or Airangoments.
THE BISMARCK BROTHERHOOD.
A NEW PLAN IN LIPE INSURANCE.
Tho Tcutonia Llfo Insuranco company,
of Chicago, in counection with tho Bis
mark Brotherhood, offers extraordinary
inducements to all who may desiro to in
suro oithor lifo or health, or both together.
Tho premiums aro io graded as to meet
tho wants of all classes, whether rich or
poor, tho insured having tho cholco to
pay hit premiums yearly, quarterly,
monthly or wcokly.
A payment of CO cents por week will
securo to tho insured ten dollars per
week, in tho event of sickness, and to his
lawful representative $1,000 in the ovont
or aouth. A pavnicnt of 88 cents per
week lecures to tho Insurod the 10 week
ly allowance, and the sum of fflOO in the
event of death. Thus, It is loon, that a
very trifling sum, n amount that can bo
paid by the poorest itt our midst, will se
euro exemption from want, in the event of
licknets, and provision for tho loved ones,
in the event tho insured should die. Wo
icarely need commend to tho patronage
of our poople an organization that Is cal
culated to rolievo so much dlstresa to
bring a competence where, otherwise,
there would be suffering and want.
For further particulars aunlv to Carl
1... .iiwiii.. vauiicrai uuw ut tlti 'AOUlunia
Llfo Insurance company and Bismark
Father HorrMANs, tho Gorman Cath
olic priest, Is down with tho imall-pox.
Ho Is at tho Sistors' hospital.
Mr. E. F. Davis is building a new
house on Eighth street, between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues.
The Radicals aro now shouting for
Grant and Voorhces. Dan. W. Munn
says ho alway. admired the Dan. W. of
Judge David J. Baker i counted
among tho jalboraia, but bo is rather
shady. We'll bet Grecley'i white hat tho
Judgo is sound on this question.
Nefk'h new house 'on Eighth itrcct is
nearly finished. It will be occupied by
Blum, of Mound City, who proposes to
return to Cairo.
Tom. Parker has got back to Cairo to
stay. Ho stood out for a long time, but it
was no go ; like iall other wandering Cai-
roites ho bundled up his traps and came
back to the "old town."
Buder Bros, havo begun tho erection
of another brick house, on Eighth street
n tho rear of their presonl storo room
Tbo Budcrs havo got into the habit of
building and don't proposo to stop.
Full, Quarter and Halp marble top
buroaus'at Schooncmeyer's furniture store.
First-class goods, and very cheap. Storo
ot cornor Washington avenuo and Tenth
Hon. II. Watson Wkiih is an uncom
promising Greeley man. 11 o is an enthu
siast In the good cause. We oxpect to
hear from him at tho Greeley meeting to
The Sun calls attention to the fact that
only abouttwo hundred voters joined in the
call for tho meeting to-night. In the fow
hours the petitions wero circulated several
hundred more names than thoso printed
wero signed j but tho printer for want of
timo omitted them.
Walker & Co. havo fitted up tho Del-
monico hotel in handsome Jstyle, pa
pered, painted, and thoroughly renovated
It, nnd have now one of tho best hotels in
the city, It not tho best. Tho saloon is
particularly neat. New billiard tables
havo been put in and tho bar replenished
with liquori that would make Horace
Greeley's mouth water.
We Would Call Attention to the
card of H. IIoupt, watchmaker and jew
eller. While in his store yesterdav. we
wore shown two very fine watches made
by tho celebrated Karl Zimmerman, of
Liverpool. Ono of them was received
yesterday. Mr. II. is the sole agent for
their ialo in this lection. Parties intend
ing to buy a fine time keeper will do well
to call and examine.
Cairo. J Brotherhood.
The Sudden Disappearance from
Cairo of Mr. Wm. Bauman bai created
coniidernblo comment. It is feared by his
friends that he may havo committed sui
cide, or, worso still, have taken to drink.
When last seen on Monday morning, ho
bad a downcast look and was walking at
a brisk paco towards tho court house
These facts, taken in connection with tho
additional fact that ho was observed to
cross the street at tho custom house and
bite his finger nails, aro thought to bo con
elusive evldonco of suicidal intont. The
decoascd wo tako it for granted that Bau
ii dead was a man of considerable ability
in his profession, but having been cm
ployed for a long timo in the government
officcs'at Washington, had a peculiar aver
sion to tho truth. Peace to his ashes.
Visit to Union County. In com
pany with Judgo Brosi wo visitod Anna
nnd Joncsboro on Wednesday last.
Col. Wood, ono of tho comraisioncn of
tho Southern Illinois Insano Asylum, in
vited us to visit tho building with him,
nnd courteously conducted us through it,
explaining the intention of tho commit
iioners and in many ways placing us un
der obligations. This will bo ono of the
most comploto buildings of tho kind in
tho country, und we are sure the brick and
stone masonry and other work which has
thus far been dono on tho building could
not be improved upon. Ono wing of the
building has beon nearly completed, and
work on tho main building will bo com
At Anna wo met Dr. llarwood and
visited his drug storo. Tho Doctor is ono
ot tho most enterprising citizen! of tbo
littlo rival of Jonesboro und Is u whole
souled gentleman, a Democrat with Gree
ley tendencies and a druggist thoroughly
posted in his business.
Wo ulso met Lawyor Inicoro, who only
has ono fulling, and that is a stubborn
persistency in clinging to tho fortunes of
Mr. Grant. Inscoro knows ho ought not
to bo on that side of tho political fonce,
but he has got into tho habit of slaying
thoro and ho don't want to bo rash in
moving to tho other sido.
Tho Anna pottery was, ui a matter of
course, illuminated by our presence, and
wo wero shown through it by Mr. Kirk-
Patrick, who explained the procen of mud
moulding to our latiifaction. This pot
tery it ono of tho Institution! of Southern
Illinois. Tho proprietor!, by their energy
and skill, havo given to it a wido reputa
tion, and their warei are in great demand
In every part of tho country.
Hush A liamuion'i restaurant has been
fitted up in very neat style and has be
como qulto popular with tho traveling
public. For twonty-ilvo conti, a firit-roto
moal, well cooked and served promptly,
can be procured at this restaurant, and ns
many of the luxuries of tho season, In tho
way of extra', ns tho purso of the cater
will permit. The ptopriolon nro both ac
commodating gentlemen, nnd wo commend
thorn to tbo patronago of our citizens who
may havo occasion to visit our neighbor
At Jonesboro we met ovorybody nnd hit
Bouton, of the 'Gazette' was "at homo,"
and ho soon mado us acquainted with ev
erybody we did not know. He took us to
view 'the place whoro the Cairo and St.
Louii railroad will bo located, and on-
doavorod to modify our zeal for H. G.
Bouton publishes, In our opinion, tho very
bist country paper In Illinois, and is mak
ing money out of his printing offlco. Ho
is an enorgotic, driving and smart nows
paper man, and hai luccecded in placing
hii paper upon a permanent paying basis.
With Col. Townes wo took dlnnor, in
company with Mnyham, of Murphysboro,
and Moborly, of Du Quoin. Tho Colonel
has lived long enough at Jonosboro to be
como convinced that ho is adapted to the
placo and tho place to',him. Ho is popular
with the democracy of Union, and many of
hit friendi aro urging him to bocomo a
candidate for tenator, but ho will not con
tent. He has had a doubt or two about
his eligibility, but is now satisfied that he
could accept tho offlco if ho desired to,
and tbo people wishod him to tako it ; but
he is indisposed to enter into any contest
for tho nomination. Tho Colonel would
mako a good senator.
Wo had also tho pleasuro of meeting
Senator Uolcomb, who was " a looker-on
at Vienna." Tho Sonator is spoken of ai
a candidate for rc-olection, and will havo
a large number of Iriondi to urgo his
claims, lie has mado nn nttcntivo nnd
very able Senator, and wo 'should not bo
lorry to givo him another vole.
Col. Wm. M. Morrison, Judgo Johnson,
of Randolph, Bates, of tho Marlon 'Friend'
an excellent paper ; Carter, of Mound
City every body but Potter was in Jones
boro on Wednesday, and tho result was
a good timo and nobody hurt.
Mr. John Strauhal requests public
attention to the following:
Cairo, Ma; H, UTI.
EotToa Ciiao IU'Litita.
Dear Sir : In order to rid myself of n
sorioui miaaprehenslon caused bv mv con
nection with Civil Engineer Mr. William
Baumann, I beg leavo to state, that I
considered my engagement as assistant en
gineer to survey tho connection of tho
Mississippi Central and Illinois Central
railroads between Humboldt und Cairo as
a bona fide fixed fact, and have not known
anything to the contrary until Monday
morning, when Mr. Baumann proved to
bo "non est." I was ordered by Mr. Uuu
mann to procure tho necessary help, and
I havo done so. I am ono of tbo heaviest
losors in tho enterprise, having lost my
wages for a wholo month.
Jno. W. Srauiial.
Col. Marti v, of the Paducah 'Kentuck
ian' thus dcscribci bis late trip to Cairo:
"It is sometimes beneficial to know what
our neighbors are doing. On Monday
morning we went aboard of our neat, fait
running packet, Jim Fisk, determined to
visit our Cairo neichbon. We wero
tomowhat astonished when wo found that
veteran steamboat commander, Capt. Joo
Fowler, walking the quarter deck. Wu
did not understand it, but asked for no ex
planation. This, howeve, wo very soon
got, for in rounding to at Metropolis we
saw tho handsom face of Capt. Ben How
ard on tho wharfboat, who, upon our land
ing, immediately walked aboard and com
menced giving orders, and this proved
that Captain Jo. was only Captain pro Urn.
Cantain Howard resides at Meunnnlt.
and had floated down in advance of tho
Fisk to see his family.
At the different landings on tho river
we found everybody for Greeley und
Brown. At Cairo we called at tho Bul
letin ollico to sco our old friend John
Obcrly. We found him in his sanctum
busy writing editorials about a man named
Horace Greeley. In reply to a question
by us, he said ho had two hobbies; one
was ureeioy, and too otbor was ruilroads.
Ho counts Illinois certain for Greeley nnd
Brown, nnd puts their rnnjorlty In round
numbers at 300,000 votes- Wo thought
this extravagant for a stato no larger than
Illinois, and wanted him to full a snake or
two, but he had said it, and like tho follow
who swore the horse was seventeon feet
high (instead of hands) said ho would
suck lo it.
Cairo at present has but ono railroad,
but in less than twelvo months will havo
llvo main trunk roads as follows: Tho III!
nois Central, St. Louis and Cairo, Cairo
and vincenncs, Mississippi Central, and
the Mobile and Ohio. Real estate is al
ready feoling tho influence of this railroad
movement, and has advanced materially
within tho list fow months.
At six o'clock p. m. tho Fisk startod nnd
reached Paducah at I a. m. Wo return
our thanks to Capt. Howard and his ac
complished purser, Jim Beverly, for atten
tions uiai renueroa tno trip agreeable.
Wo commend the Fisk to the public as a
ntco, pleasant boat.
N. B. On tho trip up the voto wns
taken bolwcon Greelev nnd Hiram Ulvs-
scs, Tho poll stood Orcolcv. 28: Grant.
C. Wo did not regurd that us a fair in
dex of what tho votu would bo in Novem
ber noxt, as wo honestly belicvo Greeley
will get u better proportion of tho entire
voto that ho did of the passongorg of tho
Caution. Every genuino box of Dr.
McLuno's Liver Pills bears tho signature
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburg Pn., nnd
their private U. S. stamp. "Take no
other." Tho market Is full of imitations.
It is the popular verdict that pcoplo who
havo been accustomed to tho uso of Bit
ten and Cordials nro obliged, ovontually,
to resort to McLane's Livor Pills for per
manent relief. C-lGwOm
The Iloitht and his Rider. It was a
happy day for horso and his rider when
tho Mustang Linimont was introduced ns
n euro for tho external injurlos and dis
eases of both. In tho stable, the bam,
and tho household this wondorful emolli
ent is equally usful. If n horso is spav
ined, or foundered, or harness-gulled, or
nfllictod with nny other of tho many sup
erficial ills that equlno flesh Is heir to, tho
Liniment effect! a pormanont euro, nnd it
ii equally efficacloui when applied to
draught oxen or cowi suffering from out
ward swellings, strains, or hurts of any
description. As an application for bruises,
burnt, cuts, rheumatism, itiff joints, neu
ralgia, sprains, earache and toothacho, it
takes precedence for all othor topical rem
edies, and Is therefore an article of primo,
necessity In families. 0-10oodAwlw.
Judo Allen will add res- tho pcoplo
to-night at tbo Athcnoum.
J. Blackiiurn Jones, Esq., of Spartn,
Ills, will speak nt tho Grcoley ratification
Turn out I
Tho undersigned Liberal Republicans
and Democrats ask that a meeting bo held
at tho Atheneum, in thn City of Cairo;. on
Frldny evening, May 17th, 1872, for tho
purpose of ratifying tho nomination of
Horaco Greeley nnd B Oral?. Brown for
prosldont and vice president of thu United
S Staats Tnvlor
Sol A Silver
Thos W Halliday
C W Dunnlnt;
W J Hamilton
F C Decker
W B Brown
E F Davis
W E Hum
E G Hill
F W Armstrong
Carl L Thomas
Jno M llogan
N A Devoro
II C Thielecko
H M llulen
B Frank Blake
John 11 Mulkcv
W J Allen "
Dr W R Smith
J H Burnett
H D Myers
D C Stewart "
W II C Williams
T W Harrison
Michael Cay no
John C White
J A Kookeu
J D Bunt
J M Kinncar
R W Rhcutan
John Q Harmun
N I) Wickwiro
J C B Tabor
A D Graham
G D Williamson
Horaco G Uannon
B C Taber
II S Williamson
J T Davidson
Louis II Mycn
M G Lyndo
J E Runnie
Wm L Hitmbleton
A E Driscoll
P W Barclay
H St Elmoo Austin
R P Rabbins
Jas S Kcarden
C R Stuurt
Jno F Aubcry
M II James
J W Stewart
M J How ley
Jas M Watson
Dr R S Brigham
Chns S Delay
R L Yocutn
F S Kent
N 11 Evans
M B Harrell
II L Halliday
P G Schuh
J. Q Stnncil
J O Lynch
C W Bowles
S E Archer
J R Cunningham
J J Gordon
Alex 11 Irvln
W A Redman
O P Miller
Charles R WestDeld
W C Hnrrell
J B Sheldon
Morris Ii Wilov
J T Rennio
S II Tuber
C 1) Artcr
I) W Hamlin
N M Griggs
I) E Kellcy
Dr W Wood
A G Holden
W M Williami
F M Stock (loth
W F Kutchenbecker W M Davidson
O P Lyon
Geo W Honricks
T B Ellis
Wm O Mchncr
U B Ellis
W H Harris
R II Cunningham
Jas B Taylor
u a Jilllor
J N Gossmun
F S Murray
D A Myer
J 8 Swayne
I T Thomas
T J Shores
John II Roblnim
Phil II Saup
mo muddy coal.
Steamboats supplied nt nny timo, both
day nnd night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usunl
terms, ut tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokee, Ger.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-10-ly.
Steamer Thompson Dean, Now Orleans,
" Colorado, St. Louis.
John Lurnsden, Nushvillo.
K. C. Elliott, Cincinnati.
Arkunsas Belle, Evansville.
Mollio Ragon, Little Rock.
Hero, New Orleans.
Indiana, New Orleans.
St. Mary's, "
Jim Fisk Jr., Paducah.
Arlington, St. Louis.
Steamer Thompson Dean, St. Louis.
" Colorndo, Vicksburir.
John Lurnsden, Nnshvillo.
E. C. Elliott, Memphis.
Arkansas Belle, Evunsvlllo.
Mollio Rngon, Cincinnati.
Dictator, St. Louis.
Edlnburg, Now Orleans.
11 Poytonln, Now OrlcanB.
" Clipper, Paducah.
" Jim Fisk, Jr. "
" Illinois, Columbui.'
' Arlington, Cincinnati.
HOATS LBAVINO TO-DAY.
The tlno and fust stooinor, Bello Lee,
will be found at tho wharf, bound for
Now Orleans, and tho Bonds, leaving thii
evening promptly. Sho ii the nine dayi
wonder. Tho elegant City of Vlcki
burg, the regular packet leaving for Vicki.
hurg, thla ovonlng at 5 o'clock. Tho good
teamor, Davenport will leave for St.
Louli, at ?0a.m. That popular packet, City
of Chester, Is the Bt. Louis boat for this
evening. The Qulckitcp, for Evnnivillc,
and tho Flik for Paducah, leavo at fi p.m.
CONDITION Op THE RIVERS
Horo tho Ohio has been backed up 22
inches during tho 24 hours ending at 14 p.
m. yciterdny. It will bo on the decline by
to-morrow, ns the late rise out of tbo Mis
sissippi has onded. Tho Ohio above here
continue! falling. In tho canal at Louli
vilie thero Ii 6 fcot. Cumberland river
dally doclinet sovcral Inches and at preient
tho water ii pretty thin on Uarpeth Sboali.
Tho Miiiisslppl ngain falling at St.
Louli. Arkansas river Ii reported swelling
BUIINEIS AND WEATHER,
Tho landlngi preicnted a quiet appear
anco yciterday and dullness rslgned iu
prcmo. A delightful and refrcihlng rain fell
during yeiterday making the air cool
The Thompson Dean pissed up for St.
Louis with a fair load of railroad iron and
a big lot of pcoplo.
Tho Colorado was the first boat of the
Anchor Hue to arrlvo with tbo now badge,
by which thoy can be distinguished. The
tign is neat and ornamental.
Tho Emma C. Elliott had a fair trip of
freight and pcoplo. She added 75 tone
Tho Hero returned last night from New
Orleans whoro she had been to take a tow
of stone barges.
Tho Edlnburg has withdrawn from the
Red river trade on account of the lack iff
business. Sho passed down for New Or
leans with all sho could carry.
The Warner had a couplo of bargei of
freight for St. Louis. Sho discharged a
lot of wagons for New Orleans.
The Indiana pascd up for Loulsvlllo
with a light trip. Sho would havo loaded
here, tad thcro been enough frolght on
Tho Peytonla pawed down for New Or
leans, with several barges loaded with
The Cowen returned to St. Louli with a
tow of coal. Tho Mollio Bigon arrived
from Littlo Rock, flying light. Sho will
try and get a load and return to catch the
present rise in Arkansas river.
The now steamer Andy Baum will soon
ontor the Cincinnati and Memphis trade
in connection with tho Emma O. Elliott,
which has a good reputation in tho above
F. A.J. Withrow, formerly pilot on our
hnbor tug Montauk for n number or years,
died recently up St. Francis river.
Tho Arlington hud a good trip of
freight nnd pnssengeri for the Ohio river.
Tho Kcithsburg was towed along udo
tho T. F. Eckert, whero she will rcceivo
hor new shaft.
City Halloa! Bauak IMIaf.
MuUtwcial attention paid to orders Irotn ateaoa
oata eight or Jar.
Try Welch's London Confection
ery, coraer Commercial avenue and
Nineteenth street, for Fruit, Sponge and
Lemon Cakes, Pics, Tarts and Blanc
Mango, Jellies, 4c, supper partieitesd
picnics supplied at tht lowest prices.
31. Burns, proprietor of the Mechanic!
boarding house, corner Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announce
that he is now keeping a first-class hotel
and boarding house for the accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests. Ho has accommodations for
eighty to one hundred pcoplo; his table ii
well kept, his roomi light and airy, and
not n bed In the bouio that has not either
a set of springs or a feather bed. l-lm
Tho Arlington Gnrdou, a delightful
place of resort, is now ready for visitor!.
Tenti havo been spread on the green
sward, a high, closo fonce surroundi the
garden, and ladici and gentlemen may
enjoy tho finest of ico cream .nd tho cool
est of lemonade, frco from the public gaze.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th itroet
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illi., it
propnrcd to accommodato tho public with
board by the day, week or month, at lower
rates than nny other first-class houso in
the city. Tho rooms aro alt well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample roomi
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. Tho house is located in tho yi
terof the business part of tho city within
ono square of tho post office. 4-9-tf
Pat Fitzgerald, of the sample room
has received the appointment of agent for
tho salo of the Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wino Company's wines in thii city
If tho bottle with which wo have been
favored ii a sample of the quality of
thoso wines, then we aro propared to say
that thoy are among tho best wo have ever-
tasted, no lias just received a targe con
signment, which ho is prepared to sell at
tho lowest figures. Ho has alio on band a
largo and complete stock of the various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
With lla ajloonijr ntfendnnta, low aplr
IU' denreamlon, It-voluntary rmlaaion.
lues or samen, ftp-rrurtlorrht, loan of
Bower, dlaav hrHll. loan nr nuaiarr.
mid tbrratened linprteuee aaid laaab
rlllta, nnd n loverrltra rum In Mum
plirey'a Homeopathic Nirlllc No
Tweiily-elKht. Cumpoaml nl tr.e moal ralua
b!i mild and potent Curative inef atrme a
unde at the rools ot thorn itli r, tone nn t ie are
lem, nrrrai ineui.cnarapa, ami imparl
niicruy, lifo and vitality to tlieentur man. They
have cured tliouaanda of ca-a. Slr,c,t S.W
paokageaof flveboiea and a large tj vial, wliloh
la very Important tu oliatinate or old oaaea. or II
paralnicleboi. Bold bv all "J aarjj
Hpeclflo ljomVoTalhlorUedleln.p Cj3Hfi2 ( Hroa'd
au'iilWaowawljr AaaJl, Cairo, itlinoli
Go to Wm, Killer's, on Twontleth
stroet, for your flno cuitotrt made boots
and shoei. You can't 'do better. Try
For all tho popular warm weather
beveragei, go to tbo Thalia laloon. corner
of 12th itroet and Washington avenue.