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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JUNE 23, 1872.
TIMETABLE Of Ttl ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. n.
Oi aad r undT, Mr 'h, 1S71, the follow-,,int-ubl
will srovern the arrival and depart
jf rtn;r tnln nt Cairo I
, V pm.
............ !. P-m.
Cairo and St. Lonla Short Liar.
Arrive - Pm
Dapan.... - ,.- l..3un.m.
othBo(!fff fromCatroto 8t. Louis. No
chamre !'. from Cairo to CtilcaRO. riorum
irr'Bf Roou sleeping cm on night lrini.
HMair checked t" ll important polntn.
Otporf-Mall train, tally..
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make thrae Ulps dully.
UATIXU CltSO I LHVIXO HOI IIP tITT
Al -....m. I At S:.10 n.m,
At 11 Sbi. At 1:30 p m,
At 4-30 .H.-fm. At e .... p.m.
-.lv - n a - Aft It!.. t.m ftl tJ
rmrv vkcii wj wj trmi , iv iiiiwip iui - w
Will land, whan hailed. Rtunycood intermediate
aoaiDgior pMieDRtrn or irriK'ii. UOT
A upM-lntcommUBlcMlon or Doll !.. o
,,. 66 A F n.l A. M. In railed for Mn"''V
.-.!. I of Jus, MTtfrlook
Jas. A. VitiUH, Hec'y.
Th Hour I of CommlssloniM nnnonnee tht Ihfl
Third Grand Exposition
will bo open from
SEPTEMBER 4rn to OCTOBER Cth,
GoobsWILl. BR RECEIVED FROM AUGUST
!14TH TO TUB 31st.
The Sixteen Orand Departments have been
greatly xtenileil( nnd the Exposition
will bo the
LARGEST EVEU HEM) IN AMEIUUl,
The exhibiting apace unJcr the raof being
Extensive arramrcmenta hare been made for
transportation of visitors at reduced rates.
Vsi.it. iiA.. .imiiirl m .lie Immediate ltnnllcntton
lor space. Unlet nnil Premium List furnished on
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid eteamer
cr as. pisk,
BXN. HOWARD Capt.
LMi Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at 4
at. no. For freight or passage applj on board or
lanStf JAn BlilOS, Ag't.
K. S. BRIGHAM, M. D.,
TTOMEOPATIIIC Physician and tfurceon. Of.
LX. flee 130 Commercial Avenue, Residence on
renin street three doots went of 0 It. Woodward
DR. J. U. SULLIVAN,
irriCK-UrerM. J. McGaulov'a drug More,
nearcorocr uonmerelal avenue and Elgh
ihdih aireei. .,.3itr
WILLIAM R. SMITH. M. D.
II ES1DENCE No. 21 Thirte.nlli .lre.1 he
JlV weo Washington atenucand Walnut atreet,
wmoB-uj commercial arenue, up plain.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
D ESIDENCE corner.Vinth and Walnut eta,
jLVOIhce corner sixth street and Ohio leree.
Office hours from 0 a.m. to 14 m and 9 p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
1 J EVIDENCE Corner Nineteenth street and
MX Washington arenue, near court houo. Of.
Bc orer the postomco. Ofllco hours 10 to 12
a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. tanlctf.
Our Homo Advertisers.
P. G. Schuh
A Bit nock of Watches, WocVi. J.uet,. .,i
pectacle. PartlMilsr in gn fon
klnos of watch repairing. tUimuTa .r. .ni.J.
M4 lo call and coir-para Ptlcis . eh.!."0!1",1
uaoj fur Karl llmmermK5. "l.Vr.Mu i,eil
A BoIwatch tby ar aqusl to " i
7U4 L Bona id f ihl. ?w m. y;"i,?5j
UbM irMlallr frna di;gtt 'nlloo
PAUL- G SCllUH'S Pre.
scripioh Drug Store is open
day and night. All prescrip
tions carefully and neatly fill
ed with dispatch. The largest
and finest selections of Toilet
Articles, Vases and sundry
Fancy Goods of all descrip
tions just received and sold by
polite and attentive clerks at
the lowest figures. Satisfy
yourself by a call. 6-231m
Go to tho Thalia for Iho bcit Wclis
beer In town. 5-21dtf
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
or 1 nr.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
At Cairo In the Slate of Illinois, at the close of
llusine, June loih, Wi.
Losns and Discount I !".i,l?0 0
Overdrafts a.lW 21
II. S Itondsto stcure clr-
dilation, 1M.IO0 00
I'. t. llond.on hind 16,240 (ID
Oilier ftoclt, llunds and
Due from redctmlng and
reserve ngents 109,407 n2
Duelrom other nat'l banks io,M l;t
" " other lianVi and
bankers 23,371 0
Hanking hou-c 2.1,i' W
Other .leal estaie 16,170 15
Check" A oilier cnh Items
Kills of natlonnl bunks
Kmctional cy. ani nickels,
Legal tender notes
5 2" 2U
2,70 1 18
Capihil slock pnid lu
Clrctilntlf n outstanding
Kxchange 7,7!t 0
Inlerest l!i.ll U
1'roltall.l loss 21,477 l
In ivldual deposits
una io oiaie uanKs iuiii
Hiat or ItLiNnis, 1
Alexander uounty. J
1, Walter llyslop, A islstanl Cashier of the City
NtulouM Uank of Cairo, do solemnly awear that
the nliov stutement it true, to tho best nl my
noledgo and belie!. WALTEK HTdLOP.
f ubicrlhed and sworn to before me. Id's 11th day
of June, IS72. ' W. fl. Moans.
Corr ct attest.
It. II. CUNNINdllAM,')
O. D WILLIAMSON, Directors.
II. L. HA I.I. I IH V. J
38TH REPORT .
OF THE CONXXTXOlSr
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
OK UAIKO, ILLS,,
At the close of business, June loili, ls72.
Lomis and discounts
U. ft. ltends to seen t circu
lation U. S. Ilonds mid securities
Other stocks, iKitidn and
IW Irom tedeemlog and re
Due fioin oilier nat'l tank
' " hanks and bankers,
I'urnlturit and nxtures
Current ; expenses
(.'sh l)em, iiicliiding rcv(.
C.ish in hand In coii f. 1,475 02
Currency 29,280 64
I, WIS .fj
si, BOO UO
G 150 K
1 8. hog HO
f 25,8!,') 07
Capital stock $100,000 00
Excliange, Inlerest, protitaud lo.s,., 1,141 71
Circt'luiion oulsinndiag 72,: ft)
Due to natloual hanks 87 75
Individual deposit lll.l'.'O 21
HtATtoi Illinois, i
1, C. N. Hughes cashier ol the First National
Hank ot Cairo no solemnly swear that the liivo
statement is true to the hestof mv belief.
C, N, HUCJflKS, Cashier.
Kuh.crlhcd and sworn to before me this 16th
day or June, 1872. UllAts. UU.V.Nl UA M,
Correct nttcst. Notary Public.
D. IIUltD, f Diicclors.
JOHN T. 11ENNIE. 1
W ANTED, AOKSTSI
$100 to 250 per month, everywhere, male and
female, lo Introduce the the. latest improved,
most simple and peiVct SHUTTLE SEWING
MACIIlNf; eer invented, We eliallentx the
woihl to compete aitliit Price only lis 09, mid
fully warranted fur ttvo years, making tne
Klaitiu Lock Mitch, aliko on both sides. The
same as an tiic lilu li priced ahullle
liiachlnes. Also, the celebrated and
isiesi uu:ui. bi;se l- AMll.V SKWINO MA
CHINE. I'nco only)5 HO, and fully warranted
inr llve ears, ineso macltlties will .tllch, hem,
ii-ii, iiici., ijkiii, euro, oiou, oram ami embroider
u iinisi superior manner. Ann nro warranted
to do nil work that can be donenn any high. priced
machine lu the world. Tor circulars nod terms
aJdresa 8. WVNKOOI'i CO., 2054 Hidge aieuue,
or I. O. llox, 2726 1 hlladelphla, Ja. o-23, 3mw
(Successor to 1. Saiip.)
WHOLESALE k RETAIL
FIHE WOHKS, TOYS,
li2 Commeicial Avenue,
A victim of earl, tndlscretlou. n,tin(, ttervou
debility, premature dec.y. etc., having tried In
vail, e,,,) advertised remed,, .. discovered
slmpl. means of seir.cure, i.c), ,m win ..,i
Na.au alreet.x vork.
The Illinois Central Kan ii0d Cum,,,,.
lerfor aal the following des.?, 0 i?w
billion to the City of Cilro. rfi T 'r
l.ol -n Clock 82,
" 2T ;
Lot 27 block 20,
" J " 20,
(l (. b.t' .. u. Jr.1
- .- J, .. . wl
3 " m. ( ai !
or ierm.,i,. apply V) JAMEH JOHNSON,
MAON0LIA Ladlci' Sllnnnra nl Klllntt
Haylliorn'k, Jul recelvwl. tf,
I'll (L SA UP will imve u ods f,inlIr.
snd loocrtum cm tho Eckert ... .h v
lionli: eelobratloi: on Monduy next. Evcrv
one knowi how Phil pru manlimlatB tho
oyij ercttuie, ...
Weibh bcor uomUntly on hand at tho
Thalia aaloon. 6-21dtf
A hplkndid lot of Mngnolla and Em
press Ladles' Slippers nt Elliott & Hay.
horn's, Commercial avenue tr.
Go to Win. Ehler's, on Twentieth
street, for your lino custom mado boots
and shoei. You can't do better. Try
A OES'KRAL meeting of tho German
School Society will la hold at P. Urois'
office; on Friday evening, Junn 21st, 1872,
nt 8 o'clock.
C202t. V. Korsmkvkb. Sec'y.
Harnett's Steam Cooking Vessel Is wr
ranted to cook quicker nnd bettor tlmn
any vonsol In ufo, for isle nt A. Halloy's
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel saves
nearly half tho fuel nnd 16 per cent
weight which is lost in cooking tho old
way. Sold by A. Hiillcy fi-201m
It is impossible to cook poorly In Bur
nett's Steam Cooking Vossol. It Is worth
doublo tho prlco asked for it, for putting
up fruit. For sail nt A. Halley's, dealer
In stoves and tinware. C-201m
Dan. IIartma.v has received or.o of the
largest stocks of Fruit Jures over before
brought to Cairo, and is desirous of nloilng
it out without delay. Ho thcreforo oflers
Mason's Improved Porcelain solf-tealcra,
quarts at S3.00 per dozen; glnsswiro tops,
quarts, at $1.25 per dozen and half-gallon
at $2.00 per dozen. These are the cheapest
prices In tho mH.rlr.ot. tf.
IIkavy Bino, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts $1.25 and half gallons, $2 per doz.
Gonuino "Mason Improved," Fruit Jars,
(glass top, self scalori,) quarts $2, and half
gallons $3 per dozen. Boat W. G. (iron
stone china) plates and teas, 60 cents per
set. Fine goblets, only 10 cents apiece.
Other t'oods in proportion, at
Parsons, Davis & Co.'s,
0.1 b-tf 6 and 7 Tenth street.
PabllCMtlon Office, Bnllctlss Ralltllag.
Tho canvassers for tho Cairo City Di
rectory completed their work several
months ago, but wo havo been delayed in
the publication of tho work by many
causes. Wo have put into our establish
ment 8TFAM, and VIRY EXPKNSIVK NKW
presses a Cottrcll & Babcock four
rollor cylinder press, n hnlf-nicdium Uni
versal, a Gordon nnd a Llborty, besides a
great variety of new type.
Theso changes in tho orllco havo occu
pied all our time and attention for months,
but wo havo now leisure to dovoto to tho
Directory which ft in the hands of the
This will bo mado ono of tlio finest dl
ectorles over Issued in tho West will
he printed i.v c'OLorh, and In n,vory way
bo a specimen of typography that wo
know wo shall havo reason to bo proud of,
The edition will be large, and will leave
thn binder's hands in about six weeks.
Any advertiser who desire to mako
changes in his advertisements, may do so
through the mail, or by sending instruc
tions to this ollli'c.
Wo hope the public may avail them-
selves of this opportunity to putronizo
Caiiio enterprise that richly deservos
M. Burns, proprietor of tho Mechanics
boarding house, cor'nor Commercial nnd
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that ho is now keeping a Qrst-class hotel
and boarding house for tho accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests. Uh has nccommodutions fur
eighty to ono hundred peoplo ; his tnblo is
woll kept, his rooms light nnd airy, nnd
not a bed in the house that has not either
a sot of springs or a feather bod. 5-1 ni
Tho Arlington Garden, a delightful
placo of resort, is now ready for visitors,
Tonts havo boen spread on tho green
swnrd, a high, close fence surrounds the
garden, and ladles and gentlemen may
enjoy tho finest of ice cream and tho cool
est of lemonado, free from tho public gaze.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
S. Walters, tho lumber merchant, has
ust roturncd from nn cztonded tour
through Wisconsin and Michigan, whoro
ho purchased tho largest stock of Yellow
and Whlto Pino ovor bofuro brought to
Cairo, and largo supplies of all kinds of
building mntorlal usud in this market
Mr. Walters made his purchases for cash
mid can therefore, as ho docs, soli closer
than any dealer In St. Louis, Cincinnati
Louisville, or any where else on tho rlv
ors. His steamboat lumber is of every va
riety, and his stock is very large, to which
fact tho attention of steambout men is
Coopers Wanted, Four coopers, who
can mako tight work, can find steady em
ployment, at good wages, by applying at
I. Bonj. Moorcroft's, Thebes, Alexander
county, Ills. C8d3w.
the little kentuckian,
No, C3 Ohio levee, is the plaee whoro
thoy keep the freshest fish and game, and
ho finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twonty
tlvo conts. Opon day and night, at all
hours. J, E. Park. Proprietor.
ICE! ICE'i! ICE!!!
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ice
wagon will canvass tho city, to continue
during tho summer months, Nono but
puro northern luko ce will be dollvorod.
Husk, Loomis, & Co.
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., Is
prepared to accommodato tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other first-class bouso In
the city. Tho rooms are alt well fur-
nlshed, light and airy, good samplo rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. The houso Is located in the con
tor of the business pnrt of the y within
ono square of tho post office. 4-9tf
Wm, Ehlers, a his shop on Twentieth
street, opposite tho Court House hotel, Is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
style and variety, warranted to give pr
fect satis faction. He keeps genuine French
calf and gives his customers alliieprom-
Best Weiss br at the Thalia.' 6-2Idt
l)R.ScoK!ELD,of Viindnlin, Ills., has been
duly installed as pastor of tho Presbyterian
charge at Metropolis.
There will bo no evening service in tho
Church of the Redeemer, Episcopal, ttftor
1st of July.
The Columbus 'Dispatch' says: "Build
ing has novor progressed moro rnpidly in
this city than at proent. Prospects for
tho future aro encouraging.
The Hardin Democrat says that lu
Elizabothtown, thoro win bo no "O bo
joyful" saloons after July 1st. Howubout
Hons teeth are numerous when com
pared with local Horns in this neighbor
hood. Our poople aro devoting themselves
to work and consequently every thing Is
lovely nnd serene.
To-morrow night is the regular meeting
of the Cairo Firo Department. The
Chairman of the Department request u
to say that tne moeting will be postponed
until Tuesday night.
At a meeting held at Metropolis on
Monday last, an ordor was mado to em
ploy a corps of engineers to survoy and de
termine the best route for a railroad
from that city to Vienna.
lUv.il u. Shores is of tho opinion
that a mean white man, mado tho dastardly
attack on him in tho Sun. Ho snys no
decent colored man could bo so decidedly
A horse ran away on tho corner of
Eighteenth street and Commercial Ave.,
last night about 8 o'clock The animal
ran very hard to hi supper.
The Rev. Mr. Grant will preach at tho
Methodist church this morning at ton
o'clock, and this evening nt 7 o'clock.
Tho Lord's supper will bo administered nt
tbo close of tho morning sermon.
Allie Simmons, a young lad, while
playing with a pistol yesterday morning,
shot himself in tho stomach. Tho wound
is painful, but it is hoped ho will rocuver.
Jack Wilson, indicted for murdor in
Ballard county, and admitted to bail bits
left the country, leaving his bondsmon to
(Kor tho Hnndny Bulletin.) 1
It Is n lamontablo fact that an increas
ing want of rovoronco for sacrod things
and places, dovotod to, or conncclod with
the service of Almighty God prevails,
Young persons, In particular, scorn to
think it no breach of decorum, to bolmvo
In h church J ss thoy would in n circtis(
joking, laughing nnd exhibiting to tho ut
most other ill-bred traits duringtliolr prcs-
enco in God's houso of worship. But whon
young girls occupy n conspicuous position
in church, and take a leading part in the
offices ol dlvlno worship ns chorlstors, to
bo guilty of incessant giggling staring
nbotit as If to court admiration for their
performance In tho moments consecrated
to solemn devotion, is it not timo that
such Indecent flippancy should bo met with
astern robtiko from tho sacrod dosk as
well as from parental lips 7 nnd should
should admonitions fail to produco the de
sired effect, then their places should bo
supplied by others who possess some senso
of propriety. Such conduct as that abovo
alluded to, Is not only indecent but dis
gustingan insult to tho Divino Majesty
of Heaven, nntl an outrago upon tho most
sacred feelings of the human heart. Be
sides which it thins out n congregation,
and people of keen sensibilities either
stay nt homo or attend another placo of
worship. I am not puritanical or dciir.
ous of repressing tho innocent exhubor.
anco of youth, but certainly serious cheer
fulness is becoming in solemn act of wor
ship. I hope these hints will bo appre
ciated In tho proper quarter.
DELEUATKH TO THE STATE CONVENTION
ORKKLEY AND 1IROWN ENDORSED.
Tho Democratic convention of Alexan
der county, called to nppolnt delegates to
tho Democratic Stnto Convention nt
Springfield, Juno 2Cth, met at tho court
houso yesterday afternoon.
Judge Howloy, chairman of tho Demo
emtio county central committee, called
tho convention to order, when on motion
Judgo Wm. H. Green was appointed
The Judgo mado a brief speech, undors
ing tho Libernl movement, and declared
in favor of a coalition with the Liberal
On motion Louts Jorgensnn was ap
Mr. Irvln moved that the chairman np
polnt a committee of three to report dele
gates to tho Stnto Convention. Mr. Mc
Kenzio moved ns nn nmondment, that tho
committee consist of llvo members in
stead of three
Tho motion as amended was adopted.
Tho ctftir appointed as such committee,
A. H. Irvln, Tbos. Wilson, Jno. Q. Har-
man, W. W. Thornton and F. Vincent.
During tho absence of the committeo
Hon. II. W. Wobb addressed the meeting,
Tho committee, having returned, re
ported the following:
W. J. Allen.'JW. II. Green, Jno. H
Oberly and H. Watson Webb delegates
and W. J. Milford, Joseph McKenzie,
Dennis Cody and II. Houpt, alternate!.
On motion tho report was received, nnd
tho delegates and alternates elected.
Mr. Oberly offered tho following, which
whs unanimously adopted :
Iietolved, That tho Democracy of Alex
andcr county ondorso tho platform and
I ...V , i. ni i .1
uimiiiiee.3 ui iuu v;incinnaii convention
und instruct our delegates to the Domo.
cratic blate convention to favor a con
tion with the Libernl Republicans of Illi
nois, nna vote tor delegates to tho Haiti
moro convention who will oppose tho tionv
inntion of a third ticket, nnd labor to
secure tho ralincalion of tho Cincinnati
nominees by tho Denocratlc party of tho
On motion tho convention ndjourncd
The Kentucky nnd Tennessee mil road
(Mobile & Ohio extension) has had about
eighty acres of land opposite Cairo, con
demned for depot purposes,
Massac is to havo u city incorporation
Thoy bad a moeting, and carriod tho mo
tion by a voto of 39 for to 9 against. Me
tropolis wants to absorb the ambitious
Two cases of rape are reported from
Williamson, for 1st t wcok. This county is
undoubtedly getting an unenviable repu
tation. Can't you civilize them, Brother
While undertaker Carey was driving
across tho sidowalk on Commercial avo
nuo yesterday, It gave way, and his horso
fell through a dlstanco of about four feot.
The steamer Eckort will leavo tho
wharf at 8 o'clock Sharp Monday morning
with tho Masonic pic-nlcor for Capo
Girardeau. There will not be tlvo mln
utes dolay as everything is arranged for a
srarf on fime for onco in history. Don't
forget your basket.
C. U. Evans, M. D., has removed his
office to the cornor of Eighth street nnd
Washington avenue, In Budor'i new build
ing. Residenco Sovonth it., between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Pete Saup is always up with tbo times
fully abreast with thorn,; and, in or
dor to presorve his reputation In this ro
gnrd, has procured a "Girl of tho Porlod,
with a Dolly Varden," a really comely
girl, and placed hor In front of bit tobacco
ttoro on Commercial avenue, Sbo has at
tracted great attention, and every one who
looks at hor Is compelled to buy sorno of
Pole's excellent cigars. Go, seo and talk
at and with hor.
The Cairo Silver Cornet Band desire
to state that they are not yet engaged by
any parties for the coming Fourth of July,
and that propositi fur their services are In
order. Watson McKki,
THE MEKTINCi YESTERDAY APPOIN
mentok delegates to the state con
The Liberal Republicans of Alexander
County met in convention yesterday for
tho purpoao of appointing delegates to tho
Stnto Convention on tho 2Cth.
Dr. Arter, of tho Libernl Republican
State Central Committee, called tho
convention to order, ami Mr. John An
trim wns unanimously elected chairman.
On motion Mr Comings was appointed
Mr. "Wintor moved that tho chair ap
point four delegates and four alternates
to tho Stato Convention.
Tho motion was adopted, tho chair
appointed N. L. Wlckwlro, J. T, Davidson
J. T, Shores and Henry Winter dolegatcs,
and J. T. Ronnie, D. Arter, E. F. Davis
and If. Wardnor, alternates.
On motion the convention then adjourn
IBpecinl inoetitiL' of tha Cilv Council callad hv lh
Mayor tor the purpose of makinx pppolutmtnts.J
Count II Chamber, )
Calio, Ills,, June 21, 1872,
Prcsont His Honor, Mayor Lnnsdon,
and Cunningham, Phillls, Uoblnson, Snf-
ford, Schuh, Standi, Strntton, Swayno
"Waldor and Woodward 11.
Councilman "Woodward moved that u
special police constable) bo appointed, as
provided by soctlon .".0 of ordlnunco No. 2,
whoso duly It shall bo to act ns health offl.
cor, to rccolvo tho enmo compensation us
othor constables nnd to continue in office
during thn pleasure of tho city council.
Carried by tho following vote: Ayes
Cunninghnm, Phlllli, Robinson, Satl'ord
Schuh, Stuncil, Stratum, Swayno, Wnldor
und Woodward 10. Nay 0.
(Aldermen Senso and Melculf appeared
and took their scats,)
Tho mayor thereupon nomlnatod .tamos
Summorwcll for tho position of health
officer. Tho ballots being spread Mr, Sum
morwoll was declared olerted by Yeas
On motion of Councilman Schuh, ad
journed. 31. J. Howley, City Clerk.
All members of thn Invincible club
and thoso wishing to becomo members,
are requested to meet at thn Philharmonic
hall Wednesday Juno tho 19th, tit 8
o'clock p.m., for the purpose of electing I
officers &c. By order of tho rnuimittop.
June 15th, 1872. dSt. '
Slcatnor City of Vlcksburg, St, Louis,
" Quickstep, Evansvllle,
" H. Oynogor, St. Louis.
" Arllnitton, Cincinnati.
" City of Chostor, Momph!,.
" W.H.Brown, St. Louis.
" H. M. Shrovos, Shrcvoporl.
" Crescent City, St. Loul.
" Sam Brown. Pittsburg.
" Jim. Fisk. Jr., Pnducah.
" Illinois. Columbus.
" Bello Memphis, St. Louis.
Steamer City of Vicksburg. Vlcksburg,
" Quickstep, Evnnsvillo.
11. Cynecer, Now Orleans,
Dwellimo House kor Rent.-
socond story of tho brick building on
C T If I . 1 f
........ 1 . I t . . , . . . . ...
n.lVV,! WUHMtd.lllLT. BIZ. WOll lUriUSU
rooms, good clstorn nnd necessary out
houses, Is for rent on roasonnblo terms.
Apply to Samuel M. Orr, Casey's coal
yard, opposite St. Charles ho'tel. a
" Arllnitton. St. Louis.
" City of Chostor, St. Louis,
" It. M. Shrcvcs, St. Louis.
" t'rescont City, New Orleans.
" Bollo Lee, N. Orleans,
' Bello Memphis, Memphis.
" Jim. Flsk, Jr., Pnducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied nt any time, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest-
nut coul, in any quantity, nnd on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills,
Special contracts ottered on fuvorablo
terms upon application.
11. V. Olyphant,
I). A. BoKEE, (let,'!. Slipt.
Hales Agent. 3-16-ly.
CONDITION OF THE IlIVKItH.
Tho full in thn Ohio increases in rapid
ity daily. Tito fall yesterday wan nearly
8 Inches. No change to report of tho con.
ditlon of ihu Ohio above hern. Thuro is
about 7 foot water to Kvntisvillu. Cum.
bcrland rlvorcontlnties on n steady decline
Tonno'ieo river is fulling sleudlly. Ar
kunsn rivor continues on tho decline
with 0 feel In tho channel. The Mississippi
is still falling. Plentv of water to tho
IIL'SINKSS AND WEATHER.
Business wns very good on the landings
yesterday and all the packets hud fair
trips. Freights contlriuo eomlng In fust
Tho weather was cloudy, with it north
west wind, making tho nir cool and pleas
1IOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho lino steamer John T. Mooro leaves
for Shrcvoport nnd all points on Red river
to-dnv, nt -l. p. m
Thn rclittblo packet Bello St. Louis
leaves for Memphis and Vicksburg this
evening al 5 o'clock. Shu is tho regular
The Mary K. Poo leavo nl t p. in. fo
The good packet St. Joseph leaves at 8
p. m. for St. Louis and nil way landings
Tho City of Cairo ieovos this morning
for New Orleans nnd Intermediate Und
Tho beautiful Idlowild Is the regular
packet leaving nt 8 p. m. fur Evansvill
and all way points on tho Ohio river
Tho fine new steamer Thompson Dean
leaves for New Orleans to-nuy,
(117 NntloNKl Baalc Htillcllusr.
A-Hpeclal attention paid to orders Irom Meato
boats nlnht ordar
"Jubt Arrived, another lot of
Wbviio's patent solf-vonlllatlng Refrig
erators nnd Ico Chests. "Wo are selling
Ice Chests at tho following Cincinnati .
prices, viz: $11 00, $13 00, $16 00, $17-
20, etc. Refrigerators al trotn 20 00 to
$46 00, nnd best or city referenco given
ns to convonienco of uso and economy of
ico. Every family should havo one.
6-3.30d. Beerwart, Orth & Co.
Ice Cream has becotno tho Institution
of tho season, and Phil Saup's the most
popular In tho city. His saloon has be
come, in fact, Ico cream headquarters, and
It Is not tho fashion to cat tho luxury any-
whero else. It is kept with scrupulous
care, is neat and tidy, and tho presence of
no aticstionublo characters is permitted in
it. Mr. Saup has, also, always on hand
fresh cakes of all kinds, candios, notions,
toys, Ac, nnd deserves a continuation and
an lncrenso of tho popular favor In which
his establishment is hold. 6-7dtf
To Ice Ciikam Eaters. Dan Curnes Is
proparod to furnish tho very best article
of ico cream In largo or small quantities
on reusonnble turm, nt Louis Lasuno's old
stand on Commercial avenuo between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Al
so, attached to his ice cream saloon will bo
found tho very choicest of wines, liquors
and cigars. Come one nnd all and patron
Ize Dun. C-31 lm
Frki. Blank kn iik no has engaged n
now pianist, nn accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from the old coun
try. Ho is a very flno performer nnd
Fred's is a flno instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Excelsior, like its liquors
and clears, is not excelled In tho west.
Go und listen to tho music und try somu of
Fred s cool W eiss beer. f-23 tf
J, J. Anderson & Co., gas fitters, CI
Ohio Levee, over Lonergun & Cunning
hums, feed store, do all kinds of steam imp
gus fitting cheaper than the cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction in evory in
stance. If thoy do not plcnso thoy will
not charge. Ulvo them a trial. Thoy
know their business perfectly. Remember
tho place, CI Oh io Levee. 6-31
Wo bitvo a good supply of Burnett's
Steam Cooking Vessels. Call and sco
thorn. f A. Hai.lky
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho samplo room
has received tho appointment of agent for
tho sulo of tho Hiimmondspnrt, N. Y., Ur
bann Wino Company's wines In this city
If thn bottle with which wo havo been
favored is u sample of tho quality of
theso wines, then wo aro prepared to say
that they nro among tho best wo hnvo over
tasted. Ho has Just received a largo con
signment, which ho Is prepared to sell at
tho lowest figures. Ho has also on hand a
largo and completo stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
6, That I Were Beautiful I is tho
unspoken wish of thousands of womon to
whom nature has denied tho charm of u
puro, fresh transparent complexion. To
gratify this wish Hngun's .Magnolia Balm
was Introduced. Tho cosmetics of tho day
had bcon pronounced poisonous by tho
most distinguished chemists, and it was
also found thntthoir ultimate effect was lo
wither tho skin ns well us to purulizo the
external nerves. Tho ladles hallo:! with
delight tho advent of it healthful, her bit I
and florul preparation cupuble of imparting
to their faces, peeks nnd arms a porcelain
smoothness and it Hugo like Hint of tho
finest oriental pearl. Thoy soon discovered
that it was a "now thing under tho sun,"
incomparable and uuupproachnblo.
Unquestionably tho .Magnolia Bnlm has
been tho great toilet success of tho present
century. O-lS-doodtS: w-1 w
For Bent Ono ot thoDolm.u cottages.
It has boen repaired and put in splendid
order, Just tho houso for a family iei
dene. Apply to Louis HR"t.
Information in rcitard to the whoro-
ubouts of Archibald R. Taylor It, wanted
by hit son, the undersigned. llo wat last
seen in St. Louis, on tho 16th of March,
last. Ho Is 42 ycar of ago, 6 feot 8 inches
In height; sandy complexion; hazel os;
scar across the bridge of hit nose; pilntor
by trade, llo was supposed to be In
Cairo about tho latter part of last March
and since Unit time lias not been heard of.
Any news concerning him will be thank
fully received, by post or olherwlso, at
Murhlo Hill, Missouri, by his son,
A. B. Taylor.
June 18, 1872. 3-181w.
The Girl wants to know what the
Lady gave her to cook that the could no
cook. Anyway, precious littlo the had
to cook. C-8d3w.
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding bouse, on Sixth
street, near tho post office, tho proprie
tress would inform tho public that she
Is prepared to accommodato tbo public
with first-class board and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
ablo terms. Ample preparations have
been mado to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. " Mrs. T. N. Gayfney.
Excellent Weiss beer at the Thalia.
flrSC. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in tho
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell even article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
jjC'g Six and one-half
pounds Durant's A Coffee Su
gar for Ono Dollar; Eight
pounds Now Orleans Sugar for
One Dollar ; Four lbs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
n half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per potrlfd ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
0. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
No. 78 Ohio I.eve. CA1HO, ILLINOIS!
VHpcclal Attention given lo'coDilnnmtnUt on
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Clreen, "i
William I) Gilbert, UAtltO, ILLINOIS,
Miles F.OIIkert, J
sT.Speoia, attntiongTven lo Admiralty tad
OKKICE OHIO LEVPE, ROOMS 7 AND 6 OYH
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
LI.EN, MULKEY & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
jonn M. nuiaiM
tHri.rilcular attention paid to rl?r tad ad.
OFFlOR-o-tr Klrsl Nstionalfcuik, Ohio Lavs