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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN', TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1872.
tllllTASLI OF THB 1LUHOW CENTaUI. K.
On ud afUMunday, Mm, .
l. .m.-uMo will overn tho arrival and dcpart-
u ume-uMo will govern
M ot passtegsr trains t Cairo i
AsMrf-Mall Iraln. dally..
,. 4-00 .m.
. 3:45 .m.
. 1.00 p.m.
Cairo and St, Loul Bhort LUc.
Arm... .......... 3:11p.m.
Depart 11:30 n.m.
Woehangaofcirr fromCatro to 81. Louis. Io
than o?-ar from Cairo to Chicago. Klcsant
Drawing Room" sleeping cars on night trim.
Baggage checked to oil important points. '
At W. II. hutler' old stand, Ohio leveo.
1 llnlftlni! apparatus.
10 Hakct champaigns
Wines, llntinra. etc.
! al H o'clock m. to-day without rcscrte.
On and aftor this day, May ICth, I will
pity n rownrd of twonty-flvo cents cncli,
for nil dogs found running ot lnrgo, on
which tho taxes havo not boon paid, snld
dogs to la dolivorod to mo nt tho dog
pound, on tho corner of Ohio lovoo and
Tonth street, old city pump.
6-l02w AxrmEw Cain, City Marshal.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
UTEAH TV O,
Will make throa trips dally.
At 7 ....... a.m.
At II ....-a.m.
Al vjv ... p.m
ISiTIHO ant MD CITY
At SuV) a.m
At 1:30 p m
At 0 ..-p.m
IIFaraeach way. 30 cental 10 ticket for
will land, whan hailed, at anr ffood lutsrme
Mdinglor passengers or freight. nov21lf.
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
The iplendid steamer
II ik. Howard Capt,
IsMtti Cairo DAILY, (Sunday eieeplsd), at
a.an. P.ir Irelihtor DaaaaKO applj on board or
. . . r i.i
Sir rfAi) ni
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
FFICE OrerM. J. McOaulej's drug atore,
near corner cuiiiuercmi avenue anu ciifii.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
ESIDENCK No. i!t Thuleenlh street, be
i li-en Wuahinirton avenue and Walnut (treat.
ice liiCoiiiiiirrclalavenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
ESIPKNCE cornerXinth ami Walnut its,
Orhca corner filth street and Ohio levee.
Bice hours from 0 a.m. to 12 m., and V p.m
H. WAKDNEll, M. D.
fJESlDKNCE Corner NltieUenth street and
JX Washington avenue, near court house. Of
fice over the poslotflce. Ofllco lioura 10 to 12
a.m. and2 to 4 p.m. lanliitr.
BUTTER! BUTTER! BUTTER!
Beautiful golden butter, In small pack
ages, itt 27 cents nt Lout Jorgenson's.
Caiko, III., Mty 15, 1872
Wo, the undersigned barbers, In tho
city of Cairo hereby mutually agrco and
plcdgo ourselves Unit on and avteh Sun
DAT. JUNK 21). 1872. WE WILL KEEP OUll
Bahuek Shops closed on Sunday
surino run entiiie day, and will not
do tiny harboring business of whatever
kind or description on that day.
J. Goo. Stolnhouse,
To persons wishing to attend tho Phila
delphia convention wo will sell excursion
ticket from Cairo to Chicago and return
for fourtoondollersnnil forty ct. ($14.40).
Tickets good to return until Juno 16th.
Faro from Chicago to riillnUeipnui anu
roturn Is twenty dollars ($20).
James Joiinom, Ag i.
K V1NK PIANO TO UK RAFri-BU at i.uk-
KTTO ACADEMY TOR ONK D0I.LA11 A
A year ago thosislorscommoncod to cir
culate prlzo llckots for this piano, but
owing to slow snlcs, they havo been
obliged to put off tho radio up to tho pres
ent, Thoy hopo soon to disposo of enough
tickets to Justify them In parting with tho
Instrument. Tho rafflo will tako place
not lator than tho flrst of August. A now
and swect-tonod pinao I Tako a chance,
everybody, by all means.
The Hollktin Job printing is iiktteu
and ciieaVer than that of any office in
tho stato of Illinois. "Wo mean what wo
say. Co mo and seo us I
Try the Excelsior. Thoco who in
dulgo themselves in luxuries such as St
Louis Lugcr Iioor, Cocktails, Gin slings
rich Wines nnd Ico cold Lomonades, all
sweetened with flnest'pirino music, should
call on Fred. llliinkanberg,B. Ila has tho
coolest, quietest and tlnnst saloon In tho
west, llo has ulso a Duo billiard tablo for
tho uso of his guosts und.hls cignrs cunnot
bo excelled. . 5-10dlm
Tux best place in town to buy your
shoes is at Black's City Shoo Storo, cornc-
Elghth stroot and Commercial avenue.
Ask for tho Brolaski Shop-made, and
you arc warranted a good pair at a low
price. Ho is almost giving away Eusteru
made boots and shoes, but ho can't war
rant thorn. 2t.
Go to tho Tlmlla for tho best Weiss
beer in town. C-21dtf
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVEKY FAMILY.
HOME OF ITS ADVANTAQES.
li cooks quickly and more thoroughly with leis
Srcihaa uny other way.
1'ond cooked the old way lo one-third i t its
Weight, cooked 111 this atram ve-cl, it only losea
ono righlh. The aavinga lu Una way will soon
Jmy Ita coat.
FOOD CANNOT HE UURNXD.
It will BOIL,
mote pcr.'rctly than any utenail used for either
porpo.o nuw in use,
IT IS VERY SI31PLE, CHEAP AND
Meat atwe,, holled or broiled in thlit manner
has abetter Saror, and is easier digested than
Than cooked In the old way.
NO FEAR OF DYSPEPSIA.
It inike a flrat clan Cook nut f a poor one,
auiu agouti idk uciier man beiorc.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It ia thnonlj utenail In use that is warranted
not to uuita 111 UK IN COOKlNd. under any c r
conatance. Amenta make more money selling
atjia Tetiaei, man any ariicio in use.- tor every in
telligent housekeeper In the country wants ono
AXY ONE WISltlNQ TO BUY KIQ1ITS OR
TERRITORY VOR THE PATENT
n call on or addreaa
W. J. BURNETT.
e-JMfJAw Thornton's lllock.ioth at., Cairo, 111.
Wm. Ehlers, at his shop on 'l'wentleth
street, opposite tho Court Houso hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of evory
stylo and vuriety, warranted to give per
fect satisfaction. He keeps gonulno French
calf and gives his customers nil ho prom
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
From Wednesday May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to contlnuo
during tho summer months. Nono but
pure northern lako ico will be dolivored.
Husk, Loo mis, & Co.
Publication UIHro, Rnllctlii Bull, Una;.
Hon. John M. Crkds has our thanks
for congressional favors.
The Turner picnic on Sunday wits a
plcnsant affair, nnd pecuniarily succosful.
The Mound City 'Journal' says Mr.
Thomas Wilson of this city Is a candidate
for re-election to tho itnto board of equalization.
The military company will meet this
ovcnlng for drill. All tho members will
The Culro nnd Vinccnnc.i railroad
telegraph lino Is now In operation botween
Cairo and Mound Citv.
Fat Fitzgerald, of tho samplo room
has received tho appointment of agent for
tho sale of tho llammondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wino Company's wines in this city
If the bottlo with which wo havo been
favored is a samplo of tho quality of
tlioso wines, then wo nro prepared to say
that they aro among tho best wo havo over
tasted. Ho has Just received a largo con
signment, which ho is prepared to soli nt
tho lowest figures. Ho has also on band a
largo nnd complete stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, nnd wines of every variety.
Best Weiss bcor nt tho Thalia. C-21dtf
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. HUCK, - - - Frcsidont,
OrKNOBELSDOKFF, - - - Hocretary
Oiias. Reitz, Henry Weber,
A. C. Kksino, A. Mi sen,
Cuas. Wenthe, Uiias. Verqha,
Fiuncis Lai'K.ser, Ciias. Dakqlino,
J. UIRSClf, W M. KEINIIARDT,
The beat organised and seenreat company in
the northwe.t. The only company which guar
antees a cash surrender nlue.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
B-UJdly forCailroand vlelnlly.
Illinois Central R. R. Company.
Caiao, May 21, 1872.
Until further notice, a fruit express
train will bo run between Cairo and Chi
cago, leaving Cairo at 10 a-m., daily, ex
cept Saturday. James Johnson,
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th strcot
and Commercial avonuo, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to accommodate tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lowor
rates than any othor first-class bouso in
the city. Tho rooms nro nil well fur
nished, light and uiry, good sumplo rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. Tho bouso is located In tho cen
ter of tho business part of tho y within
ono squaro of tho post olllce. 4-0-tf
M. Burns, proprietor of the Mechanics'
boarding house, cornor Commercial nnd
Third street. Cairo. Illinois, announces
tliut no is now kcopliie a tlrst-claes hotel
and boarding houso lor tho nccommodn
tlon of regular boarders or transient
guests. Ho has accommodations for
eighty to ono hundred pooplo; his tublo is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a bod in tho houso that bus nut eithor
a set of springs or a feather bed. 5-1 ni
Up with the times. Sumuol Wnl
tor, our energetic lumber merchant, has
gono on a visit to tho pineries of Michi
gan and Wisconsin. These- aro, without
exception, tho greatest lumber regions in
tho world. It is wonderful tho amount
of lumbor that is cut and shipped from
thoro each year to overy civilized part of
tho globe, and yit tbo supply seems incx
haustablo. Walters proposes purchasing
during hi trip, enough white
pino lumber to supply tho
wholo southern country, which will
will bo sold at a close figure. Ho has Just
received and unloaded at his yurd one
hundred thousand feet ol yellow l'ino floor
ing, which is only a commencement. This,
with every other description of hard and
soft lumber is for sale nt his yard on Com
mercial avenue, Cor. Tenth street. It must
bo sold immediately to mako room for now
That tho choicest butter is at Louts Jor
genson s. Only 30 cents per pound. 24tf
Agenta for Llcht. I
geiniiloyment. hll In every Uin.
T. bIhjWN k CO., Cincinnati. VJ,
Ageuts wanted In eynry City, Town and Coun
ty, for the Oorlium Linen, Honk and Card
Marker. No risk. One marks lor a uliuU urn.
lly. Address A. M. KlUllAltUBON. 131 Wert
jsadisou Hireei, i,'iucago. no t-odlm
Under and by virtue of an order and decree nt
l!,e Circuit Court of Aleiaader county, lllin'ila,
made on the petition nf the uuderalKUed. admin-
ikirator curs ttitaifttm'o aanaro of the estate of
JiicnbCauWe, deceased, for leaye to sell the real
-late of aalii deueaseil, at the April Term, A. Jr."
c.s. u, paiu cuuri, I auaii,
OMONDATTHElstDAYOf JU'.Y, AD 1872
U-tsxeq tha hours ot 10 o'c-lot-ls a. rn. and
o'clock p. inT, ofsavldiiay, sell at puhlio aale, at
uacouil house door lo the city of Cairo, Alax
Udrr county, Illinois, the following described
real, stale, lo.witi
Hllty-seven auW 49-100 (07 fO-lW) svrea off the
vesleldeeflheaesthall oltlienorlh-aeat quarter
el section one (l), township fourteen (14), south
aaius iwu i.jwesi oi ine uiiru (sj principle roe
rtdian, situated in Alexander county, Illinois,
Twenty and w-iisj (i Ui-iuu acre off the east side
of the east half ol the north ea.tuusrter of section
lz," "-" 7.V iu,ieen iaj, souin range iwo
II west of the third 3 principle meridian, silu
,U4 id Abxavler cvuaiy. Iliiuola, aud the aoath
Mt qunrurof the aoutri east quarter of ec-ySIWtlj-BeJ4J.tewiiahlo
thirteen llll. south
1 S f,1 1"!' UI ,hu "'M ll prmciple me.
TM pamenu to U ma-ie as followa, yl t
fWIrdca4i in baud, tb Maoce In six month,
t'Hum S4M state of le, soured by aoia and sals
',. . r, ,u ,tEH HU11i(JN,
gireeo sVOtlburt. Att'r. t-ltdcw
Having rofurnlshod this well known
and popular boarding houso, on Sixth
strcot, near tbo post ofllco, tho propria
tross would inform tho public that fclio
is preparod to accommodato tho public
with Urst-class board and well furuishod
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Ample preparations havo
boon mndo to accommodato 'tin unlimited
tin m bo r of day bourdors. i'atronago so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Oafj ney.
The Hlbornliins aro getting many now
member, and Mac U rather proud of
it, but ho don't like attention called to
The Golcondn 'Herald' says: "All
kinds of vegotation Is of very rank growth
Wo don't remember to have seen thicker
or hoavlor folingo upon tho trees."
Mr. J. II. Carter, formerly of Cairo,
is now river reporter of tho St. Louis
'Times'. Ho is tho witty Commodore
Rolllngpin, whoso nlmanao has set muiiy
a company in n roar.
We know wheron COOK of ordinary
ability may obtain a permanent situation
in it privuto family nt high wages, nnd
whoro n first-cluss cook may iiumo his or
her Own wages. Applv to The Bui.lk
tin for further Information.
TnE Carbondalo ' New Era ' stnolls
long-tailed mouse, and Indicates its much
In tho following :
A frlund at our elbow wants to know
how much of a Grant man Davo Llnogar
is J also, If V. 11. l'opo, motnbor of tho
republican ctulo contra! eomir,itteo. wilt
votit for Grant if ho ho noininiitod by tho
l'lillmlultihlii convention. These Cairo
leaders " nro eliniiurv cuslotnu, nnu ro-
quiro n deal of pap to keep their, straight.
Our neighbor of tho 'Sun dismisses
this In a careless, off-hand manner, but ll
is n matter of noma Importance. Docs
Davis know anything about Llnegar's po
litical position, unci, i( so, is Lincgar n
Grant man 7 Answer in that question.
The Cairo Bulletin shvs tlintn sub
contractor on tho Cairo and Viuccnuo
lUilrond, named O. S. Duvli, decani pud to
parts unknown last Sunday night with bo
tween six ana ten thousand dollars, leav
ing his creditors minus their dues. l'a-
Wo tiitd, or should havo said, that D.ivis
wa on tho Cairo & St. Louis Railroad.
Ho is uoito from our gazo liku u beautiful
dream, so to spuak, nnd will probably
come buck lu us no morn.
We havo received n communication
from Mrs. Gardnor, giving her htisbund
fits. Shn says ho has whipped her and
starved hor, and in overy way outraged
hor, all of which may bo truo, but all of
which wo cannot publish in Mrs. Gard
We havo gono nnd done it iigain made
Hon. D. W. Munn angry. This pains us
In tho 'Sun' of last evening, in hi-t no
peculiar nnd vory nervoin English, he
calls us such naughty names as "liar,"
" willful ditto," etc. This is wrong. It I
not as it should bo. Soluh.
Dn. Casey telegraphed to Capt. W. L
Hamblcton, who was in St. Louis, th
other night, that n Una daughter had been
added to his family. On arriving horn
tho Captain was somewhat surprised to
find that daughter a son. Tho doctor has
been challenged and will havo to ntiswo
for that piecu of deception. Mound City
In tho latu report of President Mur
dock, of tho Mobllo and Ohio Railroad
Company, to tho slo:kholdors, wo Hud the
Negotiations havo been made with tho
Kentucky and Tetineec Railroad Com
pany, by "which that company will build
their road from a point, opposite to the
city of Cairo to some point of intersec
tion Willi vour mail, ana leasu ll lo ll.is
company In perpetuity. Thu early com
Diction ot this extension will pluctt you
In rail connection with tho entire railroad
system north of tho Ohio river.
We onco thought our friend, Houpt,
had travelod so far with Alexander II.
Stephens, toward thu ultima thule of
Bourbonism, that ho never would get
back; but wo wuro mistaken; ho bus
coino out for Greeley with characteristic
enthusiasm, and wits tho first man in the
city to get it Aoiki Jlde Greeley hat. llo
is afraid wo may be induced to go back on
tho (dd man, he say, and ho hai thereforu
taken upon himself thu lu'k ot shoving
us up when wo hesitate.
The quid mines, who always will be
talking, nro saying about tho town that
Inrnuin is making urningoments to (In
part) rcpresont this congressional district
in tho Baltimore convention. Hartnun Is
n Greeley man, and would no doubt stand
up against tho ussaults of tho Storey and
Voorhoos moti, but tho rumor concerning
him is probably unfounded.
Hodok Milleu, former! y the clothing
man of Cairo, is now with Fred. M. Wood,
merchant tailor, corner Fifth and Olivo
strcot, St. Louis. Wo " dropped in " on
Hodgo tho other day, and found him ns
natural hs life unchangodjvon in his de
termination to sell his friends uu entire
suit of clothes every time ho meets them.
The Carbondalo'-Now Em" Is n very
inquisitive sheet, and therefore thu follow
ing "query," mido by tho "Era," does not
Dave Lincgar lias been placed on tho
Republican htnto ticket tor uluctor-at-largo.
If ho bo elected who will ho cast
his volo for Grunt or Greeley? Hu is
known to )'ssexs strong Greeley proulivi
tie-,; there:,, ro It will lj Imsl lo have
this question sultlud buforu matters pro
How U it, neighbor of tho "Sun."
Can you ivo tlio "Era" any light In Mil
Lincgar matter. Is Davu all right,
aint ho? Suy?
Extraordinary Phenomenon. Cin
cinnati, St. Louis and Milwaukro Bock
Boer drawn from tho same keg at tho
Thalia saloon opposlto The Bulletin
office. Milk punches cobblers aud mint
Juleps skillfully compounded according to
thu most generally approved formula.
Excellent Weiss beer ul tho Thalia.
Ice Cream has become tho institution
of tho soason, nnd Phil Snap's tho most
popular in tho city. His saloon has be
come, in fact, ico cream headquarters, nnd
it is not tho fashion to cat tho luxury any
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
cure, is neat and tidy, and tho presence of
no questionable characters Is permitted in
it. Mr. Situp has, also, always on hand
fresh cakes of nil kinds, candles, notions,
toys, &c, and deserves a continuation nnd
au increase of tho popular favor in which
his establishment is held. o-7dtf
To cook rice without burning.
liurneU s cooking vessel.
To imoiL steak chop orcuHots preserv
ing all the Julco, weight and improving
tbo flavor. Uroll in Burnett's cooking
To cook vegetables in leM time tta
with less fire than generully required.
Uso Burnett's steam cooking vessel
good for any and all purposes.
W. J. Burnett,
Thornton's Block, Cairo, Ills.
Try Welch's London Confection
ery, comer Commercial avenue nnd
Nineteenth street, for Fruit, Sponge nnd
Lemon Cakes, Pies, Tarts nnd Blunc
Mange, Jollios, &c., suppor parties and
picnics supplied at thi lowest price,
Last Call. I will commenco tho pub
lication of the delinquent list of stato and
county andcity taxes tho 25th, Inst. After
that duto costs will be charged.
Alex, U. Irvtn,
did. Sheriff and Collector,
Mrs. McGek, on Eighth street, has re
ceived a largo iuvolco of vory flno trim
med goods consisting of hats of all styles,
bonnets, flno leghorns, etc., etc., which
sho is selling at tho very lowest figure,
(Just enough to cover tho cost). They aro
being disposod ol vory rapidly; tlioso who
desire a bargain in those goods should call
ut hor millinery storo without delay.
Tho Arlington Garden, a delightful
plttco of resort, is now ready for visitors.
Tents havo boon spread on tho green
sward, a high, .close fonco surrounds tho
garden, and ladles and gentlemen tuny
enjoy tho finest of ico cream and the cool
est of lctnonado, free from tho public gazo.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
Weiss boor constantly on hand at tho
Thalia saloon. o-21dlf
Fred. Blankeniierq has engagod a
now pianist, an accomplished musician,
who rocently urrived from tho old coun
try. Ho is a vory flno porformor and
Fred's is a flno instrument; consequently,
.the music of tho Excelsior, like Its liquors
and cigars, Is not excelled in tho west.
Go and listen to tho music and try some of
a reu s cool Weiss boor. 0-23 tf
Go to Wm. Ehler's, on Twentieth
street, for your tint custom made boot
and shots. You can't do better. Try
The Illinois Central Rail lload Oomptny now
otter fur sale tho following deacrlbed lots In Kirs
Addition to the City ol cliro, vis t
Lot 27 block 20, Lot 24 block 02.
' IS " 20, .' 27 us
6 " 82, " 28 ,V
, 0 ' ML " St " m;
3 " 2, " 82 K2.
or terms, ele. apply to JAMEH JOUNSON,
Who can resist the ovkkr. Tho
Continental Life 'Insuranco Company of
Nuw York issuo Life Policies for $1,000
on any ngn between IS and 24, for 6 cents
dy. W..F- 1'4TCr,
Gen'l, Agt. for Southern Ills.,
The Commerce (Mo.)' Disp.it ch, ' of
tho 'J.'th Inst., says : A privuto letter
from St. Louis informs us that Ilia routo
of tho Cairo and Fulton R.R. is located, and
that it will go by tho way of Sikeston to
Cairo. This is protty heavy on Comtnerco
nnd Jiorely, hut wo havo still a prospect
which has boon kept under the uurfiico tin
til other projects woro delined."
Extensive preparations aro being mndo
for tho proposed linmmn s celebration on
tho Fourth of July next. Tho A rubs nro
repairing their steamer, nnd havo em
ployed John O'llriuu and Jerould to do
the job. The Hibernians, not to bo out
done, nro also mitki.tg their liltlu engine ns
good as now. Teisuro is doing tho iron
work, and Parker and Blako tho painting.
Tho plnnic will tako plnco on tho Ken
The now dross ofthoUarrisburg 'Chron
Iclo' Is vory handsome. Tho 'Chronielu Is
a nowBy papor, but is for Grant. This is
sad. It is not or it should be. Tho
'Chronicle' and all othor good looking pa
pors should bo for Undo Horace Can't
you be pcrsuadod, Conovor? Will you
nover lot up on Radicalism? Is your
stomach "sot1' for that kind of diet? If so.
may tho Lwrd huvo morcy on you. But
think boforo you roply. Our arms aro
A very serious accident occurred on,
tho tug Montauk last Sunday, by which
tho englnoor, Walter Morso lost his loft
foot. Tho tug was steaming up stream
at tho time, and tho Journals of tho shaft
bocamo heated. Morso was oiling them,
when his foot slipped, and was caught and
crushed into it Jelly by tho crunk. Ho
had tho presence of mind lo cry : "Stop
tho engine," ur.d luckily succeeded in get
ting out of his perilous position without
greater injury. Ho was taken to tho in
Urinary whoro tho foot was amputated at
the unklo by Drs, Wnrdnor nnd Gordon.
, K huvo read Mr. Freeman's "Intro
duction Eulogy to tho Brido nnd Groom
of u Newly Married Couple," which cu
logy is n kind ol dissertation on tho blisse
oi uio marnca suite, una particularly re
inies to jir. tv.iiiinin ocoit. it is u very
good thing in its way, but is so fur out o
tho beaten path of newspaper article; that
wo must, with very many regrets nt least
a hundred declinoto publish it. Tho fol
lowing is a specimen of thu stylo of tho
eulogy: " With Duo Respect to Mr. Scott
nnd in Homrof tho Bride, May I say Mrs.
Scott that I nm proud to hnva tho priv-
iledg to formo your Acquaintance and
Assumo tho Privlleg nt this time by your
consent to introduce lo you Mrs. Free
man." Noy, this is all well enough, but
it has not yet becomu the custom to maku
tlieso formal Introductions through tho
The Williamson County Progress, '
a very violent Grant paper, is Just now en
gaged in tho plcasnnt pastime of denoun
cing our folhiw-townsmnn, Hon. W. J.
Allen. In an artlclo adorned by tho cap
lion, ps follows : "JoshAUon Breaking
Bread with n Nigger," tho 'Progress'
says : "W. Josh Allon liroko broad with
ovcral Liberal Radicals of Cairo, among
whom was tho Rov. Mr. Shorci, a full
blooded nlggor. Just think of Hint will
you I" Tho fact, wo nssuro tho ' Progress '
Is not ono to nwako surprise. It onlv
proves that hero In Cairo tho Domocrats
nru up to tho times, and cannot bo driven
from n good cnuso by tho prerenal of
gentlemen of tho color of Mr. Shores.
Wo havo not expected that tho good
cnuso of reform would ruuelvu tmich sup
port from our colored follow-cltlzcns be
cause It is our belief that thov nro owned
to all Intents nnd purposes by .Air. Munn,
nnd as hu hassnmotnlngiil stake lu Grunt's
re-olcctlon ho will not allow his colored
men to either read or think for themselves.
Hut wo can't drivo Ror. Mr. Shores wltli
his lash not much. Hu may attempt it,
but ho will fail. Mr. Shores could teach
Dan n thing or two, If hu wished to do so.
Bui wo really don'tkuow how Mr Shores,
stands yet. Ho Is pausing for Charles to
move. The last word ho lunrd from Mr,
Sumner, was " Wall, " ami that's whnl ho
Is doing now. No, no, Mr. 'Progress
Munn tuny uso Bird nnd Scott and Glad,
ney, ami other colored men of that kidney,
but ho iiitii-t keep his. bunds oil' (miction
dent, blull'anil downright Shores.
Police Court. Business opened unu
sttiilly lively in this department of cur
city government yesterday morning.
(iiito a number were before , udno Uross,
for imbibing rather too freely of tho "nr
dent" and were deult with according to
the enthusiasm manifested.
Thomas Fryer, for being drunk, was
requested to dcpo.il in thu city treasury
tho small sum of ?2 with interest. Being
destitute of tho necessary means, ho was
prevailed upon to subst ituto lilniielf for a
term of eight d.iys In tho city hotel.
John Johnson whojo offeniu and lino
were tho sumo us above, thought that
sovon days' let of Cairo hospitality
would give lmn ample time for reflection
Dennis Haloy, who also gava vent to
his pent up feelings In tho "social glass,'
mid whoso ideas of law didn't exactly
Jibu with tlioso of Judgo Dross, coticlu
ded to throw himself upon tho tender
mercies of Squuru Slianncssy.
And now comes Joseph Moore
charged with tho double crime of being
drunk and resisting thu city marshal
while in tho dlsch.irgo of his ollicial
diilic, lor liich ho was nfessi-d 11 v
dollars nnd costs for tho former nnd
ten dollars, etc., for tho latter offense. II
ing somewhat embarrassed financially
he concluded to encumber thu city with
his presence for fourteen days.
THE LITTLE KEN'TUCKIAN,
No. 63 Ohio lovoo, is the place whero
they keep tho freshest llsh and game, and
thu finest wines, liquors und cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty
11 ve cents. Open day nnd night, at till
hours, J. E. Park, Proprietor.
Our Home Advortisomonti.
All tho city but ween Seventeenth and
Twentieth street, between thu avenues,
drains into tho Nineteenth street sower,
and the water, not being curried oil' fust
enough, lists been flooding nil thu lots
on both sides of that street. A few days
ago Mayor .utisdun ordered MoIInlu to
ascertain the causo of this. Investigation
showed that thu sewers leading along
Nineteenth street to Commercial nvcuuu
wero clinked with mud. Mao dug along
and cleared out theso sewers to Commer
cial, and louncl thu main sewer also filled
with mud. Ho must now dig out tho
main sewer on Commercial from Nine
teenth to Twentieth street, and put lu u
larger sewer. Ho U now engaged at that
Atwo-uorse team, attached to a wagon
in which Goorgo Latner was acting as
drivor and general boss, becamo frlghtenod
yesterday noar thobrowery and started on
tho run. Tho wagon was dashed ngalntt
tho lamp post at tho corner of Eighth
street and Washington avenue, nnd tho
lamp was totally demolished. After run
ning at n furious pace up Eighth strcot to
Commercial avenue, tho team was stoppod,
and Goorgo bns ovor since boon returning
thanks for tho preservation of his neck.
The Gallatin Gazette suggests this
as just thu ticket for the Liberals and
Democrats ot Illinois :
For Governor, John M. Palmer; for
Lieut. Governor, Gustavus Keornor, St.
Clair; Secretary or Stato, John (. liar
man, Alexander; Treasurer, O. II. Minor,
Springfield; Attorney General, Leonard
Sweet, Cook; Auditor, Edwnrd Ruminel.
A better ticket could not well bo sug
gested. Mr. Huiiiitin of this city, would
make a good Secretary of State, und his
nomination would givo great satisfaction
to tho Democrats of Southern Illinos.
Our friend, John H. Oborly'wlll ploaso
accept our thanks for sanding the
"Cairo Dully Bulletin" rogu'nrly, which
he should) havo dona long ago, Tho
"Bulletin" U tho best papor in Southern
Illinois and wo can't do without it. Hur
rah for Horoco nnd Gratz, John I l'eo
That friend Bates lias not been receiv
ing The Bulletin all tho timo is our
mlsfortuno not our fault. Tho neglect
of which tho "Friend" complains shall
novor bo so no more again, novor.
The Cnlroltes tiru entering into tho
campaign with u zeal of which thu causo
is worthy. On lust Wednesday, tho 18th,
lust., a mammoth Greeley ratification
meeting was held and a political lovo feast
spread in tho shape of eloquent speeches
by Judge W. J. Allen, Messrs. Tuber,
Webb, Weldon aud Oburly of Cairo, Col.
I, owe and dipt. Hnmbleton of .Mound
City and J. Blackburn Jones, of Sparta,
Illinois. Wo propose to huvo onu after
tho Ilitltluioro convention 'nominates tho
Cincinnati ticket, which will be heard and
felt all along the lino of tho liberal ranks,
and which will mako tho Grantites trem
ble, totter and in -Massac, at least, full
upon ineir laces mourning nnu lamenting,
Why not havo your meeting boforo tho
IHltlinore convontion convenes ? Now is
tho tltno whon tho Democrats of the
country by mooting together and boing
careful to talk out boldly in tlioso meet
ings, can do vory oll'octlvo service. Thoy
can drivo their leaders thu gentleman
who aro continually reaching out nftor
fut offices to doclaro either for or against
tho policy of ratifying tho action of the
Cincinnati convontion. If tho Domocratio
ipassos remain silent, these loadors will
soil thorn ouS ngaln soli them to Grant,
and tliu contlnuo In power tho iniquitous
Radical clique who nro ruining tho coun
try and debauching thu public murals.
If you want thu host board in tho
city call nt tho Court Houso Hotel.
BILL ARD HALL,
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S..
THIS HOUSE IS NEWLY FITTED UP WITH
tjCS1 Six and onc-hulf
pounds Duvant's A Coflce Su
gar for Ono Dollar; Eight
pounds Now Orleans Sugar for
One Dollar; Four lbs. Prime
IVio Coffee, One Dollar; Pest
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Pest Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
N ERV0U8 DKUILLTY,
Willi Ila Kloomy iiIIpiiiIiiiiIn, lute tiinr
Us' ,lrir"liii, in volutin,,-) ciuIhsIoii,
Ions of acincii, sipritiniui'rlii,n, loas of
IMiMcr, llEy ht ml, loss ol memory,
uiiil tlirciitciitil liiiiirlciM',- mill IiiiIms
t-llltH, anil u litwrcli;,! tine lu liiitu
ilircy'n lloiiM-oputlili- .S,, l ie o
I'H'ciit v-i-tirlu. i;iiiniiin,l -it.- in ! v:ilim
: in, in ami
Hide ut the rout-, ol tko m .it
iIiVim t ri .liimi
lo ii nit t o va
tern, tun-at Ihodi.cliarm-a. iiii oiemit vi!?orand
uerey, lilo und vilnlil) to t i,nliii mill. They
hato cured thousands of en. Price, $1 in-i
pnek ,(.'. ol lliehuxnx nnd n larnc I-! viul, which
in ery Imiiortunt in nUini it,, nr old e.ii,, or 11
persliiKlebox, Hi!d by nil clr,HIu, a I n-nt
by linn) on uci'lpt ol prim. I Ir-s. Ilu.n;hiey
HiK-clliu lloiueoii.ilhlu llclit-'lne J,,, ti.i llroad
Hay, I'. Y. I'. JJ.'IUII.
uill4lMtiowHwly Ai-'H, llurj, Illinois
CAIUO CITY COAL
It prepared to supply customer with the best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltDKItS led nt llnlltdny llrna. olllce, 70 OHIO
l.rcVKi:, or at the Coal Yard below tho fit.
Clonic lintel, will receive prompt attention,
Tlir.TUd MONTAUK wiltb'Uitt coal alon
41. lo xteuiner at utiv hour. oc24tf
WOOD I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The underHhrnod will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Cheap, It not Clicnper
thin any wood dealer in Cairn. I.i-nrn order
on the, hIaics nt the I'OHtoltloe and st Ko.b' coal
turd, on Commercial nvenun, between Tenth nnd
iwoiiiii ureoiH, uairo, iimioia, i mto gooii
iiieaxiire unu will ruru ilu vvoou up if,
ruril the wood up If, desired.
practical watch m akku,
A fine tdoelr of Wntchn. n,w.l,u .Iuu-!r-r. and
HpeetacUw, particular attention ulven lo nil
Kinds of Hatuh reuairinir. Tlu. iiiililui hth aolici-
led to call nnd cumparti prices and hiil((ea. r-olo
ajrent for Karl Zlnmierinun' it-lolirutild wtiiQl.es,
A n fiiiewutch ihey are, cipisl to any.'and nx
t'elleil by none In tills market, I'roM'iilation
iv nlchrs a ep-iMally Irom any dt-tlKl), P u
"JENNY UND" TABLES,
THE P EST 1MIA NDS
AUK COMl'OU.VIlUt) IN THE
lOST APPROVBD STYLE.
COMK AND SKE FOR YOUR
Thoy koop on hand a flno stock of
COLD WEIS PEER,
AND HOLLAND HBHRINGS
Aro spread morning and evonlng!
At which ull aro invited to partako
FREE OF CHARGE.