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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1872.
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rJro and 81. Louis (Short Llse ,
Arrive SiM rn"
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Noehanieofcrrr fromCalroto St. Loui..
ehange e'rr, Iron. Cairo to Chicago. W'M"
Drawing ltoom sleeping cars o ' ' ,rl
Bwm checked to all imp"rtnt polnU.
CA1K0 AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trip daily.
H1I1JJ CAI10 I tfATINO MOtKD tlTT
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-a.m. At ltfo p m.
.p.m. I At c...... -p. in.
i crnti ; lu tickcta for 12 W.
pel, at iny cooa imermeuiato
I nt fira y.
Win land, when hailed, at any
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid Mourner
Ben. Howard Capt.
Leaes Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at 4
. . V.ir Irclahtor paaaage apply on board or
- Uy IIIi:i!J
WANTED. Agenta for Light, Permanent and
Money Making employment. Bella In every Mm
lly. J. T. BKOlVN CO., Cincinnati, O.
Aeenls wanted In every City, Town end Conn,
ly. for the Oorham Linen. Hook and Car
Marker. No rlek. One marka lor a whole lam
lly. AddreM A. M. RICHAIUHON .131 Weal
Madison Strtct.tCliicaKO. Mo eodlm
TnK best place In town to buy your
shoe i at Black' City Shoe Store, corne
Eighth street nn CommorcUl avonuo.
Aik fur the Broi.arki 8hop-mado, and
you are warranted a good pair at a low
price. Ho U almost giving away Eastern
mado, boots and shoe, but ho can't war-
rnnt thorn. 2t.
t'ndrr and by vlrluo ol on order and decree nl
the Circuit Court ol Alexander county, lllinola,
made on the Petition of the tinderaltrned. iidmln
l.fralnr turn ttnlammto anntro of the estate of
Jacob Cauble, deceased, for If are to aell the real
estate nr mui uecea.en, at tno April Term, A. li.
197 J, ot (aid contt, I thai),
OS MONDAY THE lit DAY OF JULY, A 1) 1872
between the houra nl 10 o'clock n. m. anil ft
o'clock p. m., of ald day, aell nt public -die, at
thecomt houae door in the city of Citlio, Alex
ander county, Illinois, the following deacribed
real estate, to-wit t
Hixtr-.even and 40.100 (07 40.100 area off the
weal aide of the west hull ol the norlli-weat quatter
oi aeciion onevij, inwnsnip louriern aouin
raneo two uwei oi wio inini a) principle me
rldlan, minted In Alexander cuiinty, Illlnol.
Twenty anil .VMOO JnAO-KDl ai'.rri offtho ent id
of the eaat half ot the tiotth ea'tqtiartvr ofaectlon
two 2, lowiihlp fourteen 14. aoulli ranife two
2, wet of the third 3 principle meridian, iiln
nteit in Alexander cniimy, lllinola, end theaonth
Who can" resist tuk orriR. Tho
Continental Llfo Insurance Company of
Now York lisuo Llfo Policies for $1,000
on any ago between 15 and 24, for G cents
a dny. W. F. Pitcher,
Oon'l. Agt. for Southern II...,
Vor nil tho popular warm wonlher
boverngci, go to tho Timlin saloon, cornor
of 12lh 'treat and Washington, avenue.
eat' nuarttr of the aoutli cait utiarter of acc
tlon tlilrly-tlTo ai, towmhlpthirtren 113, autith
range two 2 we.t of llio third 3 principle me.
rhlinn, containing forty tuj ncrea, altuated
un DDCouniT. in noia.
The pnjtnenta to be male n follow., ylx !
one-third cnh In Imnd, tlm balance In aix month,
from the date of nJn, aeettred by note aud ealu
inoriKgc on the premises rold.
Admlnl.trator cum Itftnmenln diimw of the estate
of Jacob C'aublei neceaaed.
May IRth, 187.
Green A Oilliert, Atl'ye. 6-lCdflir
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. J. Mcdaule)' drua More,
near corner Coainierclal arenue ami hltih.
teenlh Hreet. 3 31tf
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDEM'B No. H Thirteenth atreet, bo.
twreu WanlnoEton avenue and Walnut atreet.
orticeW Commercial uyenue, up atalra.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RIMIIiKSCE cornerNinth aud Walnut eta,
U;hoe coiner Mxth atreet nod Whio leyee.
urhce houra from C a.m. to U ni., and D p.m
II. WAKDNER, M. D.
RFIDF.NCE Corner NlneUenth atreet nnd
Walnngton ayenue, near court hou.e. Of
fice eter th pctoftce. Office houra 10 to 12
a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. lanlCtf.
Our Home Advertisements,
1872. SUMMER. 1872,
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
Ever brought to th.li market.
He has a lull line of
DOLLY VARDKN PKINTS,
DOLLY V Alt DEN SUNSHADES,
lilim POPLINS, BILK PLAIDS,
Ail aorta ot
Summer Dress Goods.
Alto a full nssnrtinont of
LAUlEb' AND CIULUKKN's
SHOES AND CLOTHING
Of all Kinds and Prices.
MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Street, between Washington
nna tjommerciai Avonucs,
la rfceivlng dally ney Inynlrea of
Of every ileacriptlon, and at l'aicn to suit
THE LATEST STYLE!) OK
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC
Toucther with all the other nrtlclea kept In
rim iiaaa .nunnery anu iriinminga more. 10
i,u eold at the very lowvat Hure,
atarCnll and tno her. No trouble to ahow
Swan ii Co.,
Oroido and Milton Compound
Cutlery, Plated "Ware, Fancy Uood., &c
83 Ohio Lovcc,
l-l!31m. "Cairo, Illinois.
ICE! ICE!! ICE! ! 1
From Wedncsduy May 1st, tho
wagon will canvass tho city, to continue
during tho summur months. Nono but
pure northern lako ico will be delivered.
Huse, Loom is, & Co.
PnbllMtlM 0Me, Bnlltla BsslMlsia;,
Mr G. W. Carter of Mound City, Is
conflned to his bed by sickness.
The ladies of tho Episcopal church
contemplate a strawberry festival.
The yowno folks who went to Mound
City on Wednesday night, engaged a
band and enjoyed a pleasant dnnco while
tho boat made its way from Mound City
Last Call. I wiM commence tho pub.
llcatlon of the delinquent list of state and
county and city tuxes tho 25th, Inst. After
that date costs will bo charged.
Alex. II. Irvin,
dtd. Shcrin" and Collector.
The Ladies of tho Methodist church
havo mado every effort to havo their
strawberry festival, of this ovoiilng a suc
cess. Fresh strawberries, good ico cream,
and other luxuries will bo on hand In abun
dance. Tiik CutcAoo 'Sun,' edited by H. L.
Goodall, formerly editor of tho Caty
'Times,' comes out for Grcoloy and Urown
Mr. Goodall has acted with the republican
party slnco Its organization.
Two splendid heads of ciibbage, for
which wo thank Mr. Smnllcnburg, wore
sent to tho Uulletin yesterday mornlm:,
Mr. Smallonburg informs us that ho made
his first shipment of cabbage to Chicago
yesterday, two day earlier than lint year,
Mk. Vm. Pkavill, of Crawford coun
ty, III., had 250 dozen chickens on thu lu
veo yesterday, Jawaitlng shipment to New
Orleans. Ho informed us that tho feath
erod freight cost on an avcrngo $: 50 per
dozen, and that ha would rcalizo from $
GO to $8 per dozen at New Orleans.
Try the Excelsior. Thoso who In
dulge themselves in luxuries such as St.
Louis Luger Boor, Cocktails, Gin slings,
rich Wines and ico cold Lemonades, all
sweetened with'flncst'piano music, should
call on Fred. Iilatikonbcrg.s. He has the
coolest, quietest and llnnst saloon in tho
west. He has also a lino billlurd table for
the use of his guests and.hls cigars cannot
bo excelled. 6-10dlm
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
D. It EX FORD Proprietor
Con. Ohio Lever & Second St,,
Ilaggage conveyed to and from the Depot free
of charge. UtcS.lf-
J. IBTTIRQ-IEIR, I -
Uaa returned from the Eaat, having
purcha.ed UuUrgeat atoclc ol n SiV otwl ntio.Lalf
IfMRW UtaU VUV
JDJE&T GOODS ri5 pounds Durant's A Uotteo bu-
gav for One Dollar; Eight
pounds Now Orleans Sugar for
One Dollar ; Four lbs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
H Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
I lra1P mam Tlnof lill n
I i rn Tv 11 .1
powtier lea, unc uotiar ami
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
yJ tr. .it i , i m..
0 One Dollar per pound, and ev-
U nrvtliintr nvnnnrtinnnrnl v cliRflll
o i i 1
at WILEY & BIXBY'S
Go to Wm. Ehlor's, on Twentieth
street, for your fine custom mado boots
and shoes. You can't do better. Try
If vou want the best bonrd In the
city call at tho Court Houso Hotel.
Dottles Poll of Beauty. Ladies, If
ou would have beauty by tho bottle-full,
all you have to do is to purchase Hagan's
Magnolia Balm. That peerless beaullflcr
of the complexion not only heightens
natural charms, but render, even tho
plainest countonanco exceedingly attrac
tive It recalls to the pallid cheek tho
rosy tinge of health, removes pimples
blotcbos, roughness, sallowness and other
blemishes, and imparts to thu skin a most
dclicato fairness and softness. It smooths
tho furrows caused by time or care, and
L'lves fact', neck and arms tho plump and
engaging appcaranco of youthful beauty.
All this is accomplished by tho most
natural means, viz.: by gently and
aturally stimulating tho circulation in
the capillary blood vessels, Leslies bo
ing tho most effectual old to beauty known
to modetn science. 6-i22dcod&wlw
At No. 84 Ohio Lkvkk.
A large and complete, dock of
nT.n-ri -ex r Txr ra-
Krejh ar.d New. Cheaper than the Cheapest,
ana ueiFir iiiun tue uei.
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AND
A. N. Cheney, defendant, U nttified tint on tha
UUnlay of Murch, lnJJ. a writ ol attachment waa
i.Ufl outif tho tlnk'a office, ol the Ab-xander
O.uuty Circuit Court, in tho Ktale of Illinuia,
agaln.tyour e.tat. rutirnat.lB nnthaflr-t Mon
day in April, UU, M tlie auit of Jmuks , Clem
aon, plamiitl. for the .urn ot JIM t and accruing
interrat, which rit hi lieenexrcuted, aud i-ald
auit l now pending m ccutt, t'nlen you
ahall apienr ou ilia return d.y thtrwir.ju.tcmeh
will be entered ugnii ti jou, anit the garnialn-e
aer'tnl lu aald cau.o reoulred tu an.wrr, and bo
dealt with according to law. lMed Mareli 14th
U74. JOHN (LtlAHMAN, Clerk.
Allen. Mulkey A Wheeler, att'a tur nlalnlltt.
Hallky, the Washington avenue stove
and tinware man, htm a large and well
selected atock in his line, eoiibiitiiig of
ftullng Irons, fluting muchlites of now and
low-priced patterns, glossing Irons, curl
ing and frizzing irons, polishing irons,
butcher knives, dinner bells and useful and
fancy articles of uvery description. Hi
stock of stoves Is very complete. Htej
ladders of all sizes and a full invoice of
tho national broiler, thu best ever brought
to this markot. Call on him. U
Cairo, III., May 15, 1872.
Wo, tho undersigned barbers, in tl
city of Cairo hereby mutually ngreo and
plcdgo ourselves that on and after Sun
day, Junk 2d, 1872, we will keepov
Bariiek Shops closed on Sunday
DUltINO THE ENTIRE DAY, lllld Will not
do uny barbcring business of whatever
kind or description on that day.
Policeman Cain arrested a colored
man yesterday and on tho way to the cal
abooso tho prieonor got stubborn und re
fused to go. Ho wouldn't bo driven nti
wouldn't be coaxed, and in fact fought
nobly until Mr. Cain drew a revolver and
lapped him on the head, whon ho gavo
at onco and marched to tho calabooie as
quiotly m a lamb to tho slaughter,
That the choicest butter is at Louis Jor
geusen's. Only 30 cents per pound.
Police Court. Yesterday morning
there was but ono caso before Judgn Bros
that of Roo Smith, colored, for keeping
assignation house, and for which th
Judge assessed her $25 and incidental ex
penses. Being unable to meet the de
munus oi me law, Ilmmclally. abu was
turned over to tho tender mercies of Mar
shal Cain, who provided board and lodg.
ing tor her in the "last resort."
Fred. Blankknbkho has engaged
new pianist, an accomplished musician
who recently arrived from the old coun
try. He is a very fine performer and
Fred's is a line instrument; consequently,
tho music of the Excolsior, like Its liquor
and cigars, is not excelled in the west.
Go and listen to tho music and try some of
Fred's cool Weiss beer. fi-'J3 tf
the mound city ratification.
Owing to tho comparatively unpleasant
weather on Wednesday night, fewer
Cairoite wont up to Mound City to at
tond tho ratification meeting than had
been expected. Ilowovor, a vory fair
delegation boarded tho stenmor Tyrone,
and on arriving at Mound City, proceeded
at once to Stokes' hall, whoro the Mound
Cityitcs wcro found in forco. Tho meet
ing was called to order by Col. Lowo. On
motion, Mr. Edwin Shipman was elected
presidont, Captain Hambleton vice-president
and II. P. Poller of tho '.Toitrnah'sec-
rotary. Gen. Junes was then introduced to
tho meeting, but before speaking, n motion
was mado that Hon. H. W. Webb, N. L.
Wickwirc, Esq., Dr. Tabor and other gen
tlemen of Cairo bo requested to tako
eats on the stand, which they did. Gen.
Jones then delivered a lengthy and ap
propriate address, which was heartily ap
plauded. Judgo Welton of Louisiana ful-
owed in a speech of thrco quarters of an
hour. The Judge wns listened to through
out by an lntureslcd and attentlvo au-
dienco who manifested their approval at
tho closo by a round of applause. Col
Lowe' eloquent appeal to tho democrats
was most effective and touched a chord in
every heart. On motion, Hon. II. W.
Webb read Horace Greeley's letter of ac
ceptancuof the Cincinnati nomination, nnd
was frequently interrupted by uhcers which
caused thu hull to ring again. Mr. Webb
was also called on for a speech, but as it
was growing late, tho audience woro forced
to content themselves with a few most
timely and forcible, remarks, after which
tho meeting adjourned. Tho proceedings
throughout wcro marked by deep-seated
and cornet enthusiasm for the liberal
Tub weekly numbers of tha 'Living
Age' for May 11th and 18th, have tho fol
lowing very valuablo and Interesting con
tents: "Kidnapping In tha South Seal,"
'British Quarterly Kovlew;' "A .Century
of Great Poets, from 17C0 downward, No.
VI. Poroy Ilyssho Shelley," 'Blackwood's
Magazlno;' "On tho Temporaturo and I
Movements of tho Doop Seas," by W. B,
Carpenter, F. R. S, 'Popular Science Re
view ;' "Monks of La Trappe," 'Frazer's
Magazlno;' "English Civil Wars," 'Hatur-
day Roview;' "India in Jamaica," 'Econ-
oinlst;' "The Jews as Politicians," 'Spec
tator;' "Tho Physiological Position f Al
cohol," by Dr. Richardson, F. R. S., 'Pop
ular Scicnco Review;' "Lord and Lady
Dundonald's Elopement to Gretna," 'Saint
Pauls;' "Georgo Bcattio," 'Cornhlll Mag
it a 1 1 : .1 nn ii.i ii iu..,.i... .
Tho Possibility of War This Y'oar," 'Spec
tator;' "Edward Donison," 'Blackwood's
Magazine;' installments of the "The
Story of tno Plebiscite," by tho distin
guished French writers, MM, Erckmann-
Chatrinn; "On" tho Skelligs," by Jean
Ingclow; "Tho Strange Adventures of a
I'lueton,'' by William Black; besides poe-
nnd miscellany, Tho subscription prico
of this CI page weekly magazlno is $8, or
for $10 uny ono of the American $4 maga
zines is sent with the 'Living Ago' for a
yoar. Littcll & Uay, Uosion, ruuuaiiors.
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'Si
this mouse is kewly fitted ur WITH
STRANGE, BUT TRUE.
For a policy of $5,000 in ono of our
most reliablo insurance companies under
the old system, '.he undersigned has paid
from tho 15th of last March to tho prosont
time $10.43, whilo for the same time- on a
policy for tho same amount in tho Protcc,
tlon Life Insnrance company on the
mutual contribution plan his assessment
has been but $1.20. This fact speaks for
itself and is easily comprehended by a
thinking man. Tho Protection, although
a new company, has already Usued some,
thing over 4200 policies and Is now in.
creasing in membership at tho rate of
about GOO per month. Placing Insurance,
as it does, at cost and within tho reach of
ail, no man ahould fall to secure a policy
at once. R. P. Roiiiuns, Agent,
5-24d2t Protection Llfo Ins. Co.
BUTTER! BUTTER! BUTTER !
Beautiful golden butter, in small pack
ages, at 2 1 cents at Louis Jorgensen a.
Best Weiss beer at tho Thalia. 5-21dtf
THE FIRST OF THE SEASON.
The Methodist socisty will hold.a Festi
val on Friday ovening, May 24th, in the
building formurly occupied by It. J. Cun-
dlff, corner of Sixth street nnd Commercial
avenue. Tho hall is being thoroughly
renovated, and will bo appropriately deco
rated. Strawberries, ico cream, cuke, lem
onade, flowers, etc., will bo among tho
attractions of tho occasion. Let all attend
and make it a pleasant occasion as well as
a success for thu church. 5-22d3t.
The ladies of the Episcopal Church
are requested to meet at thu
residence of Mr. R. P. Rob
bins, on Sovcnth street, at three o'clock,
slmrp, this Friday afternoon for the pur
pose of perfecting arrangements for a
ttrawborry festival. It Ii importunt that
thu attendance bo full.
J. Geo. Steinhouse,
Htate of Illlnoia, Alexander county, to.
In Ih eircuil court ol aalrf louuty r Aleiandrr,
July Term, Je7i. Kiltuhelh Hewlit v. Arhael
Hewitt. In Cliilic-ryi forDitorce.
Aflniatit of tha tion-ieMdence of Ahel Hewitt
the aloye named defeodaut hav In been hied (tithe
rierK a omceot aaiu couriioi-fw i. inrreiorr ner-
by Kiven o the aald Aahael Hewitt Dial the com
uiajuaiit filed her bill of eomnlaint in anidoouri
of chancery ai'le thereof un th" 'ii'l day ol April.
Vtll, and that Iheteupon a auinmona .aaued out
of aal I coutt returnable n the tir.t Modoij- In
the month of July next, aa by law required.
Now, unleaa you, the aald Aahael llewill, niiull
peraonally be and appear before tlie Circuit Court
of Alexauder couuty on the lira! day of the term
thereof, to be holden at the Court Home in Ihe
r ityol Cairo, in eald county, vn the tir.t Monday
in July next, and plead, anaaer or ileiiuir to the
aatd complainant' bill ol ciunplaiut, Ihe mm
and the mattera and tliiuita tlieiiu ciurijed aud
elated will he lakeu aaconffaaed, and u decree
euteted aaalnat you aocordiug to the Player of
JOHN a. IIAKHAN, L'letk.
I SM, 1S7Z.
.IIH. 1MIUUI. apni Ji .
II. W. Webb, Comp'a hol'r,
Legal notlre l hereby Ken that Samuel Staata
Taylor aad hdin farauua, iiuateea of Ihe Cairo
Cur Properly, havenled their bill In chancery, to
enforce, vendora Hen, in the Circuit Court of Al
?".?df.couott' dueof lllmoia, againat Kllxa
Uth rituerald, uw Kliiabeth Co.iello, and r.
CMleilo, her liu.baul. That said tint ii now
jMaiJejf In aald court ; as4 that Hie lima and
nlaea of the return of tha aummona l.aued ,n
latdaaaua I the BiatMcalay la Jul. . i iiti
M Mia Ursa of aatd court inaa to be liol.len at Ua
i nvauaw im bn( p"" couuijr, atate ol
JOHN (J lliuaia
Robert 31 tin roo
M. Uuunh, proprietor of tho Mechanics'
boarding home, cornor Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that he is now keeping tt first-class hotel
and boarding house (or tho accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests. He has accommodation for
eighty to ono hundred peoplu , his tuhl is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a bed in the house that has not either
a set of springs or a feather bed. ft-lm
On and after this day, May 10th, I will
pay a reward of twenty-flve cents each,
for all dogs found running at large, on
which tho taxes havo not been paid, said
dogs to be delivered to me At the dog
pound, on the corner of Ohio levee and
Tenth street, old city pump.
6-lC2w Andrew Cain, City Marshal.
Wm Etilers, at hlsshopon Twentieth
street, opposite the Court House hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
style and variety, warranted to give per
feet satisfaction, He keeps genuine French
calf and give hi customer all ho prom
Up with 'IHE times. Samuel Wal
lers, our energetic lumber merchant, bus
gone on a visit to tho pineries of Michi
gan nnd Wisconsin. These nrc, without
exception, tho greatest lumber regions in
the world. It is wonderful tho amount
of lumber that is cut and shipped from
there each year to every civilized port of
tho globe, and yet the supply seems inoi
liattstable. "Walters proposes purchasing
during his trip, enough white
pino lumber to supply tho
whole southern country, which will
will bo sold ut a close, figure. Ho lias just
received and unloaded at his yard one
humirtd ihouiaml feet ol yellow Pino floor
ing, which is only a commencement. This,
with every other description of hard and
soft lumber is for salo at his yard on Com
mercial avenue, Cor. Tenth street. It must
bo sold immediately to make room fur new
Excellent Weiss beer at the Thalia.
Illinois Central R. R. Company.')
Catao, May SI, 1ST.'.
'Until further notice, a fruit express
train will bo run between Cairo and Chi
cago, leaving Cairo ut 10 a.m., dally, ex
cept Saturday. James Johnson,
Ick Cream has become thu institution
of tho season, and Phil Saup's the most
popular in the city. His saloon has be
como, in fact, ice cream headquarters, and
it is not tho fashion to eat tho luxury uny
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
care, it neat aud tidy, and tho presenco of
nti questionable characters is permitted in
it. Mr. Saup has, also, alway on hand
fresh cakes of all kinds, candios, notions,
toys, dee., and deserves a continuation aud
an increase of the popular favor in which
his establishment is held. 6-7dtf
Mrs. McGee, on Eighth street, has re
ceived a largo involve-of vory fine trim
med goods consisting ef hats of all styles'
bonnets, flne leghorns, etc., etc., which
she is soiling at the very lowest figure,
(lust enough to covor the cost). They are
being disposed of very rapidly; those who
desire a bargain in those goods should call
at her millinery store without delay,
While a NUMiiKitof thu Liberal ex
cursionists, on Wednesday night, woro en
joying ico cream in ono of tho Mound
City saloons, one of tho " bloods" of that
placo paused. Hearing loud talking inUle
he eoneeived himself insulted, wulked in
and drew a revolver. Some of the parly
woro frightened nnd tho room was cleared
ot all except ono or two, in a vcrv short
time. Tlio remainder soon quieted Jones
who was led away and lodged for the night
we believe, at the expense of tho city.
Weiss beer constantly on hand at the
Thalia saloon. &-2ldtf
Rev. T. Abiiott, of Mt. Vernon, Ind
called on us yosterday. Mr. Abbott is an
old newspapur man, both political and re
llgious, and is nt present engaged in thu
publication of a semi-monthly paper in
the interest of tho Universal order. Ho Is
looking out a now location tor his paper,
and thinks Cairo Just tho place.
Mr. A., though onco n strong advocate
for Grant is now as sound on tho Liberal
question as "any other man," and reports
that Greeley and Brown will got an over
wholming majority in his section of Hoos
lurdom, Dan Voorhees to thu contrary, notwithstanding.
Steamer Bismarck, New Orleans.
Julia, ht. liouls.
Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle.
Messenger, St. Louis.
Petrel, St. Louis.
C. V. Kountz, New Orleans.
City of 0.ulncy, St. Louis.
Davenport, St. Louis.
" Illinois, commons.
" Dictator, Memphis.
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Colorado, Vicksburg.
" llobt. Mitchell, Now Orleans.
Steamor Bismarck, St. Louis.
" Julia, Vicksburg.
" Arkansas Belle, Evansville.
" Mciscneor, Pittsburg.
11 Petrel, Ohio river.
O. V. Kountz. St. Louis.
" City ol Qulncy, New Orleans.
" Davenport, uincinnatt.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Dictator, St Lsuls.
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Colorado, St. Louis.
" Rvibt. Mitchell, Cincinnati.
II 10 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and niirht, with either lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Snvcial contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
L H. V. Olypuant,
D. A. Bokee, Ger.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent 3-16-ly.
110ATS TO LEAVE TO-DAT.
The Ttnlinrt V. Leo ia unSUrDaSSed in
point of elegance and speed. Her officer "TROY UND". TABLES.
. i . i .1 ,i . i
aro polite ana agrecaoiu gentlemen auu .
those wishing a safe and delightful trip to
the south the great Bob is the boat to go
on. Sho leaves positively to-day. That
good and fast boat City of Helena I tbe
regular anchor line packet leaving for
Vicksbure and way points at 5 p.n.. The
elegant City of Chester is tbe regular St.
ad. uulletin: i innocently up-
posed that all hogs were "equal" before
tbe hog ordinance, but it appear that such
is not the case, and that sorno hog arc
privileged beyond the common fate of
their fellow. In fact, it may be said or
"Whene'er I lake my walka abroad,
How man," hog. "I aee"
wallowing In mlro or rooting in garbago Louis packet leaving this evening. The
thrown out bv storekeepers In front of Quickstep for Lvar.sville and Fisk for
their premises. This is especially the case Paducah aro tho packets to-day,
about tuo corner of Twentieth and Pop. condition of the rivers.
lar streets, and while speaking of this nu- Tho river continues rising here, and the
isance, 1 would also suggest tbe propriety rise yesterday was over one foot. At Fills
of storekeeper having their uarbace takon burir tho river remains stationary. At
FOR ALL KINDS
The colored aristociiacy of tho city
" went down tho Ohio'' yosterday, five
mil os below Hickman, on an excursion,
Tho steamer Tyrone carried tho party.
Wo heard of several incidents which oc
curred as tho oxcuraionists wero about to
leave, which prove that tho course of plea
sure, liko that of trt'o love, doesn'talways
ruu smooth. One lady, whoso temper and
tongue havo often been tho means of get
ting hor into tho :alaboose, was dolaycd a
fuw minutes as she was about to gut on tho
boat, by thu Information that sho was un
der arrest for thu usual utlunsu too l'roo
ttso of tho unruly momber. "O Mr.
do lot mo off for to-day I do want to go
to thu plc-nio so much I'm mos' tirod
down with work lo'nio off to-day and
I'll bu at tho 'squire's ofllco in tho morn
ing." An obliging acquaintance bailed
the lady and sho went. A gontleman who
had engaged a lady, not hi wife, to ac
company him, waa stoppod by the .irate
partner of his joys and sorrows, a he
was about to lcavo tbo wharfboat for tho
Tyrone, where the other lady was waiting
for him, with tho remark : "See here, you
nigger, I'm your Dolly Varden wife, and
you're my polonaise uuibanu, and you're
not goin' on that 'scurslon 'til 1 nave a
settlln' with you," and loading the way
Into the baggage room of (ho wharfboat,
the offended wife turned the
lock and put the koy in her
pocket just as the Tyrone steamed out into
tho river. The "settlln' " took place, and
the faithless husband staid at home.
away thu samo as is dune in other cities,
intend of being left to rot on the sides of
tho streets, and send up a continual offen
sive odor to contaminate tho air and breed
disease. It is u problem whether typhoid
luver or even cholera may not visit ua
this summer, and every precaution for
safety should bo used, for "au outico of
precaution is better than a pound of cure."
Wo copy tho following about tho Cairo
Box and Basket Manufactory from tho
Meridian (Miss.) 'Guzutte,' of Tuosday
The season being near at hand for ship
ping fruits north, wo recommend our
friends to get llio proper kind of boxts.
We havo visited this factory and examined
tho boxes for shipping. Tlioy cjrry fruit
so much more securely and in so much
more saleable shape, that it will pay to
havo tho boxes shipped ready to luck to
gether holding one third of a bushel.
unu hundred boxes cost, ?o ou. As tho
freight ia nut heavy, they had bettor bu
had than to usu thick, clumsy laths.
Mr. Murdouk, president of the M & O.
railroad, wus in this factory a fuw days
ago, and expressed ade.uru to promote vl:o
introduction of these boxes on that road, as
a means of encouraging fruit shipping.
It is no insignificant matter fruit ship
pingand wo feel inclined to glvu what
information wo can, particularly when
President Murdack is willing to send sam
ples of these boxes Ireo over thu railroad.
A VOICE FROM THE PEOPLE.
Go to tha Thalia for the beat Weis
beer in town, 0-3 Idt?
Ed. Bulletin. Your editorial com
ments of yesterday upon tho course pur
sued by the Chicago ' Times', struck mu as
being so appropriate and timoly, that I
am tempted to maku a fuw remarks in the
same line. A few days ago, in conversing
witli a prominent news-dealer, not a thous
and miles from this city upon the situation,
I obseived to him, pointing to a tingle
copy of tho Chicago 'TiiuV lying upon
the counter, " I havu duno with that," hu
responded vory emphatically, "So havu
I." The fact is, that liku a bogus bu
juwolcd gambler, bullion llio prico of
treachery sticks out so prominontly in
that journal, that whilst Republicans shun
it, all respectable, honest-minded Demo
crats despiso it. It is becoming a bye-word
or reproach In the land, In Egypt particu
larly; it has lost all power and influence,
whon it might havo aided In tho progres
sive movement so popular with tho masses,
and thereby attained an;honorable reputa
tion. A It Is, however, It Judas-llko
defectioa will cause it to le numbered in
year to como with tho fossil petrifactions
and corruptions of tho Grant dynasty.
Go on, Mr. Bulletin, continue a you
have begun this presidential campaign,
nobly and generously, and all good men
must approve your couno,
Your truly, Lux, j
Cincinnati and Louisville tbe Ohio contin
ues rising. In the canal there is over
seven feel. Cumberland river has com.
menced declining. Arkansas river is fall
ing fust. The Tennessee stilt remain
very low. The Mississippi ii about on a
stand still, with an easy channel from St,
Louis to the gulf. In a few days there
will bo a good stage of water to Cincin
nati. miscellaneous items.
It is predicted by that rattle-brained in
dividual, "George Francis Train,'1 that
Cairo is to bo inundated before the end of
tho present year, and tho 'Missouri Demo
crat' udvises our cllizcns to build an ark
and save themselves. The advice if there
was tho least particle of danger, is very
good, coming as it does from a city which
has been submciged so often that it in
habitants have become web-footed. Cairo
to-day is belter protected against high
water than any other city on tho Ohio or
Mississippi rivers, und when tho clods of
tlie valley covors thu silent tomb of Goo.
Francis Train Cairo will still icmain high
A few of thoso who took tho trip on the
Tyrono Wednesday evening, returned
homo very "tired" and declared that
Mound City has the most tlrosome
eidnwalks to navigate that they over tried
and think maybe you " know how it is
Tho Bismarck had a big trip of freight
and a fair showing of passengers.
Determined not to let his boat lay Idle,
Capt. Hannou and his Tyrono have gone
into tho picnic business. Yustorday she
took a largo crowd of colored folk down
to Hickman and returned.
The Kato Kinny returned to Louis
ville, and will try and get a load for New
Tho Julia had a fair trip and mado a
fuw tons additional to her cargo.
Tho Arkansas Belle arrived with a very
slim trip and returned likewise.
Thu Davenport had a fair load for tbe
Tho Mussengor had a full load of iron
oro for tho Ohio river.
The Dictator had a fleet of barge be
longing to tho Grand Tower Coal com
PlllL. HOW AUD,
City National Bank Btslldlsssr..
atajipeolal attention paid to order from attain
oata nlulit or day.
Try Welch's London Confection
ery, cormir Commercial avenue and
Nineteenth street, for Fruit, Sponge and
Lemon Cakes, Pies, Tarts and Blanc
Mange, Jollies, Ac, supper pirtlet and
picnic supplied at the lowest price.
the s a look u stocked witm
THE BEST BRANDS
ARE COMPOUNDED IN THE
MOST APPROVED STYLE.
COME AND SEE FOR YOUR
They keep on band a fine stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HIRRINGS
Are spread morning aad evealag
At which all are iavite to parUksj
FREE OF CHARGE.