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TRAVELERS GUIDE
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TAKK NOTICIC.
f IliRTABLB OF TBB ILLINOIS CENTRAL . R.
Oa aaefUrSWndar.at: th.im. th. follow
Mim.-ukU will rf rn lb arrival and rfepart
r ef " 'fln l clro1
fc-rf-Mall itb. dally........ ......... '")
Kiprese.daily.... 40pm.
irTtr-.JIell,dlly - .1:45 a.n.
Kipree .......... S. P-n.
rlf9 and St. tool Short Lino.
ArriTf. w .345 p.m.
Depart 14:Wa.m.
oih'Besfv.Tfrom,ttro M. Louie. No
bn o'owt Irom Olro Chicago. Kleetnt
I rar'eg Koorn aleepm eare on ataht traine.
Itasriey etieettvl to nil important olnt.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
Notice I heiet.y Riven that the Conartnv'ratilp
heretofore l.lln be rid Wm. Klehnlr
llrnther. In tin Furniture Manufactunnir niisl.
nets, under the. fltm nsme of Brliofl Hm. I
thla day dissolved by mutual ronent, wm. E
rlirdTpiirdieslnithr hole butlteas, assuming ell
111 liabilities aud recomnir ai: im- Knrnuun.no
tho olJ fttm. w'u?J'LJ1U..
Cairo, 111., June!f1, 1872. ciWIw
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
VTCAM TTC1.
OAOHB
Will make thro trlpa dully.
LI1V1 C1II0 IIATIXO HOtKUCITT
It T..........."..W1.' I At t.zn.. a.m,
it 11 ...-. m. I At-ti30 pm.
41 .p.m. I At .p.m.
... 'an ...... in .!-!--. a... ... r
rare, eacii ni.i" m iu.
Will land, when helled, atanvRnod Interln-dhtlo
endinsior paaeeagereor ireijjni. dot hi.
CAlllO AND PADUCAH
"aU:Wt.
TOO spleadid steamer
' Ben. Howard Cpt.
Leaves Clro PULT, (Silnday excepted), i 4
a. no. Fur IreUhtor pit pp' on twror
aaStf ' JAs : 'i)1..0S Aft't.
PHTHICIANH.
H, & RRIGHAM, M. D,
TTOMEOPUIUC Ptijucnn and .'urseon. Of.
n fire ISA Vmme rcial avenue. IMittii
TVtiih lrtt three dooie et of C It. Woodward.
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REPORT OF TUB CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
OX OAIE.O,
At falro to tho Hlate of Illinois, at th close, of
uuainese, jubo ii'n, i.a.
RESOURCES.
Loin and Discount ........ f
overdraft
II. it li'ii da to ercuio cir
culation
I), f. Uond.on lnnd
Uiher Ho. k, ll.jndi Rid
MorlRtRff
Uw Inim roiomiiig nml
touoith ncenta .103.43? 02
Due'rom oilier nut'i Uukt 4U,4M 111
" ' otlifr tBtiV unU
bnkeri in 371 M
j i . -i
itAnVIng lioiua..!.. i Xw 10
Ulln r rttl nine .17 li
Current expenM
ri.xri)'iiild -.
3(0,110 01
M,4'M 21
100,100 00
16,'iW 00
t,973 2
Clink" I nher ch itrins
hill- of nlluiu.l tnnka
KructUoOCT, pnl nlckrli,
I I clr
Lrgl undr Bw.ic.....-..-.-
40,170 l.
6 2"J 20
2,70 1
7.0OJ .H
2.911 W
.Wt l
1,101 4
7,'H7 37
M.SM SI
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
"vrKICB-OTer M. J. MeOnnlej't rtrur fire,
S nfirrorwr uiDiaereiu meoae ami nin
leealh lrret. 3-Jltf
WrLLIA3I R, SMITH, M. D.
RESIDKA'UK No. it Tfiineenih rtrert. t
trrnu WthiD(iosateoueoi Walnut ttmt,
Uifie U Commercial ena, up etajre.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RIMtriKXCB yrnr.Vioth u.l Walnut
Q.1)-e . mrNith .lrvl an ) Oliln leeee.
U!Vc hoar from -in. lo 12 m , and 9 p.m
H. WAUDNER, M. D.
RdlDF.NQR Corner Mnetieoih street and
WaahjigtoB arenuo, near court hour. Of
ore brer tbe iOtofflce. 0c homa 10 to 12
.in.tnd2 tot p.m. lanUlf.
Our Home Advertisers.
JJItl'UM.
a:.
P. G. SchnJi
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LIAniLITIES.
Capi'a! Mock paid la IW.fai 00
-i.rplu- fund..... . 2i t) no
CirviiUH n outiundiog..... Vo.uw 00
x tia e -. 7,795 61
Inlerel lu.Sil 19
1'rofitaoM loo. 21,477 '.'
4?.07 72
In (rldual ilrpoxl 370,04! UJ
Im lo Hiair btokt ami
Panktn 23 734 3
ICtU.taj 11
KTat or liuinn, 1
AWxnderOutniy. J
J, Walter II lop, A iltani CAhler of the Citr
Nil oiKl Uinli ft Caim, di eolimnljr rvear that
the ato H.t'ment true, to the b-n ol my
noledjicandllie:. WALTErt 1II-'U)P.
AltantCaihtrr,
cuo r td aid jorn tolw'ore m, th a llltj day
of June. I;::. W. H. Moaata.
N.tary Hulk.
Corr ctaitet.
It II. CUSNMXfillAM,")
R. D WILLIAMSON, VDireetort. k
11 L. Hal.l.lfuV. J
Knr boar at th Thalln. S-Sldl
Excrllekt WoIm Ixiof 'l the Tbiilla.
6-lildir
Vra. Ehlr,at hiuBopon Twonlloth
urvi, opposite tuo uourk Uouno botel, U
mitnufacturliig kWU Md ikoei, of every
tvlo and Varitty:. warraated to ilvo per
focttatUfactiM'. H keefia gtntila French
calf and giret bit cuttontri all b prom
ei. tf
He att Riho, glaii Fruit Jam, (lln top)
qunr $1.25 and half galtoni, $2 per doz.
Oanulna "Matoa Improred," Fruit Juro,
(gluts" top, self seaton,) quarts 92, and half
galloh"$3 per dozen. Belt W. 0. (Iron
stone china) plates and tcas,00, cents per
ct. Fine goblets, only 10 conts apiece.
Other goods In proportion, at
Parson, Davis & Co.'n,
0.1 6-tf 5 and 7 Tenth street.
31. Hcrxs, proprietor of tho Mechnnlcs
boarding house, cornor Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announce
that ho is nnwkoeping a first-cUss hotel
and Hoarding bouse for the accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests. Ho liss accommodutlons for
eighty to ono hundred people, his tablo Is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a bed In tbe house thnt bus not cither
a set of springs or a feather bed. 6-ltn
3STH REPORT
OIF 1 HE CO -OJ-DITIOUST
or imj
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OK CAlllO, ILLS.,
At the eUe of buainef, June lOlh, H72.
Tho Arlington Garden, adolightful
placo of resort, is now ready for visitors.
Tents have bocn spread on the green
sward, a high, close fence surrounds the
garden, and ladies and gentlemen may
enjoy tho flnot of ice cream ind the coot
est of lemonade, free from the public guze.
T. B. Ellis, Frop"r.
Foil Kent One ot thoDebasa cottuges.
It has been repaired and put in splendid
order. Just the bouse for a family resi
dence. Apply to Louis IIkbbert.
To Ice Cream Eateks. Dan Carnes is
prepared to furnish tho Tory best articlo
of Ice cream in large or small quantities
on reasonable terms, at Louis Lasano'i old
stand tm Commercial avenue between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Al
so, Httached to his lee cream saloon will bo
found the very choicest of, wines, liquors
and cigars. Come one and all and patron
ise Dan. 6-31 lm
KESOUhCES.
Loan and dlsenuuia
otord'Kils
U. b liend- in CU t cut'..-
lat'nn
U. S. Houda kuJ acvuntpa
cn band.
l.ther lo.-k". bouua and
ni'.rtara-ea...
lu Iro.u redmlex and re ,
ere airenti.......
Duafiom o iler tat'l laona
' " Uiii and b.tikeri.
Real ea ate
KurnllUie and hxluira......
0 rrent . zpenrea ............
L'oli i)em, r-clud,u
nne alarm
Taxes .paid......
Uaa.l in hand lu oolu ... 1,476 02
Currency- 25.2M ss
fll.047 87
l.tui
11,230 00
15.310 Ci
19,100 CO
M.'M "43
6 lfiO SrQ
3.MS H
41 Saa M
3,bil 49
ij rj
56 CO
3 00
30.7CI 19
I 2U.8U 07
LIABILITIES.
Capital atock -
Ex'.'lmne, Inlerrrt, proUlaud lo.a..
Cuci'lailon oiiiiian.ilaR.
una to natioual oaniia
In llvidiwt Ukpoaita
8100,000 00
1,441 71
it. no
87 76
lii.we 2i
li)6,bt6 Q7
0
Hrariot Utisoit.l.,
Alcmuder Count), J
1,0. N. llURhae raahler ol the I'lrM Natltnal
11. ok of Ca'ro Uu a'llemnl) aweartlutlhe Oiro
Uiement la true lo llie U-t of my iM llef.
V., .N. ItUUIIKS, Cashier.
fubcrlbed and anorn to liefuro me ttila 16lh
da) of June, 187i. CHAS. CU.SXt OHAX,
Correct h teat. .Noiar) 1'aLl.c.
KUBEKI' W. MILLER,)
r. 1 1 UK I). VDirectora.
JOII.N T. UE.NN1E. J
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LOCAL NOTICES.
PAUL G-. SCHUH'S Pre
scription Drug Storo 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
tho lowest figures. Satisfy
yourself by a call. 6-231m
Go to tho Timlin for tho host Weiss
beer In town. 6-Sldtf
THE LITTLE KEKTUOKtAJT,
No. 53 Ohio levee, is the place where
they keep tho f reshect fish and game, and
.be finest wines, liquors and cigars, to be
found in the city. Dinner only twenty
five cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
8-Uf.
ICE! 1CEH IUEM!
From Wednesday May 1st, the ice
wagon will canvass tbe city, to continue
during tbe summer months. None but
pure northern lake ce will be delivered
Hcbe, Loomis, & Co.
ARLINGTON HOUSE,
, T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7tU street
and Commercial avenuo, Cairo, lilt., is
prepared to 'accommodate the public with
board by tbe day, week or month, at lower
rates than any.otber first-class house In
tbe city. Tho rooms are all well fur
nlshed, light and airy, good sample rooms
for the accommodation of Commorcial
agents. The house is located in the cen
ter of the business part of the y within
one square of the post office. 4-9-tf
CENTRAL HOUSE.
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding houso, on Sixth
street, near tho post office, tho proprie
tress would inform the public that aba
is prepared to uccommodate tho public
with first-class board and woll furnished,
well ventilated rooms on the most reason
able terms. Ample preparations have
boon minis to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Gai-i-key.
M-DdX
Dwelling House or Kent. T
second story of the brick building on tho
corner of Washington avenue and 18th
street, containing sis well furnished
rooms, good cittern and necessary cut
houses, is for rent on reasonable terms,
Apply to Samuel M. Orr, Casey's coal
yard, opposite St, Charles hotel,
l'Jlwd.
W Eli's beor constantly on hand at tbo
ThuIlM saloon. 5-Jldtf
A nrLENDiD lot of Magnolia and Em
press Ladles' Slippers at Elliott & Hay
horn's, Commercial avenuo. tf.
Go to Wm. Ehler'H, on Twentieth
street, for your fine custom mado boots
and shoe. You can't do better. Try
them.
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel Is war
ranted to cook quicker und better than
any veuel in use, for sale at A. Hulley's
t.uim
33.. HOT7.FT,
PACTICAL WATCHMAKER,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
jllaare aolmi.
Mwaitwi repavriof. td pul
, m mmmf0-9m prwsa ( tharae. r0a
ajesal aWjtafr ifrwtaaaa'a c.l.bratdj Va.a'ii.
'lam'ajS4lja aajiiai to aot.auu 7.
. lt4rf aafa.ta JBaTtarjSet. tfrsnsaiSa
WSattaW MMlSalT aVam SaST aV'(V 44
Burnett's Sieum Cooking Vessel eaves
nearly half the fuel and 1G per cont
weight which it lost in cooking the old
wa). bold by A. Hnlley G-201m
Jit Is impossible to cook poorly In Bur
nett's Steam Cooking Vessel. It Is worth
double the prico asked for it, for putting
up fruit. For sail at A. Ualloy's, dealer
in stoves and tinware. 0.201m
Dan. Hautuan has received one of tbe
largest stocks of Fruit Jarea ever before
brought to Cairo, and is desirous of r.lo.lng
It out without delay. Ho therefore offers
Mason's Improved Porcelain self-ieuleri,
quarts at 58 00 per donj glaiswiro topi,
quarts, at m pef doxen and balf.gallont
at $2.00 per doien, These ate tbocktmiiest
prices In the market. tf(
The Cairo Silver Cornet Band desire
to Kate that they are not yd engaged by
any partlet for tbe coming Fourth of July,
and thst proposals for tbtir services are In
o'der. Watson McKir,
.SeoriUry,
Just Arrived, another lot ol
Wayne's patent telf-vontllating Itcfrig
orators and Ico Chests. Wo are selling
Ice Chests at the following Cincinnati
prices, viz: $11 00, $13 00, $15 00, $17
20, otc. liefrlgerator at Irom 20 00 to
$45 00, and best of city reference given
as to convonienca of use and economy of
Ice. Every family should have one.
5-31.30J. Beerwart, Ortu Sc Co.
Ice Cream bat become the inttitution
of tbo teuton, and Fbll Saup't tho most
popular In tbe city. Hit taloon has bo
come, in fact, ico cream headquarters, and
it it not tbe fathion to eat tbo luxury any
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
care, It neat and tidy, and the pretenco of
no questionable cbaracteri it permitted in
it. Mr. Suup ha, alto, always on hand
froth caket of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, &c, and dr-iorvet a continuation and
an increase of the popular favor in which
bit establishment Is held. 6-7dtf
rtU UA1.K
Th Illlnola Central Ra I Road Compiny noa
oner (or al tba lollowlng described loia lu.I'ira
Addition to the City oi Cairo, vie I
Lot 7 block 20. Lot 24 block 12 ,
" It B, 17 82
" 6 b u Si,
' " 82, 31 t2,
3 82, Si . Kt,
ortarma.al. apply J AH KM JOHNSON,
i'ltl Akou'.
Magnolia Ladles' Slippers at Elliott 4
Uaylborn't, Just received. tf.
J, J. Anderson & Co., gat flttert, 61
Ohio Levee, over Lonergan 4c Cunning,
bams, feed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gat fitting cheaper than tbe cbespett, and
guarantee perfect tatltfactlon in every in-
stance. Iftbey do not pleats tbey will
not charge. Give them a trial. Tbey
know their butlneu perfectly, Remember
tbe place ,'.C. Ohio Levee. ; . 6-11
THE CAIROJ)IRECT0RY.
Tbe canvassers for tho Cairo City Di
rectory completed their work sovoral
months ago, but we bavo been delayed In
tho publication of tho worK by many
cautct. We have put into our ottabllsb
mont stkau, and, very extensive new,
presses a Cottrcll A Babcock four
roller cylinder pres., n half-medium Unl
vorsal, a Gordon and a Liberty, besides u
great variety of neio type.
These changes in the office bavo occu
pied all our time and attention for months,
but wo have now leisure to devote to tho
Directory which t in the hands of the
printer.
This will bo' mado ono of tho finest dt
cctorlct over Issued in tho West will
de rntNTEO in colors, and in every way
bo n specimen of typography that we
know wo shall bavo reason to bo proud of.
The edition will be large, and will leavo
the blndor't Kami's In about tlx week.
Any advertiser who desires to mako
changet In hit advertltomcnts, may -"do so
through the mall, or by tending instruc
tiont to tblt office.
Wo hope tbo public, may avail them.
selves of this opportunity to patronize
Cairo entkrprise that rlchlv ilciorvos
encouragemont.
tl
Weather very pleasant sinco Satur
day.
Greek corn and ripe squashoiaro In
market. Coweumbers aro very plentiful.
For. Sale Two deiirablo lots on
Commercial avenue, will be sold choap.
B. S. Uarrell.
Juno 25th. dot
Two brothers-in-law. named rustier.
vcly, James Kills and Morgan. Aborna-
thy, residents of Mittouri, wero boforo
quiro bbnnncssy yesterday to answer for
i llagranl violation of ordinance so-and-
so" against assaulting and striking and an
over indulgence in abusive langtiago. El
lis called Abernuthy a s of a b ; and
Abornalhy. replied with a blow fua hu
should bavo done) that mado Ellis ten
more stars thun enter into tho limits of tho
Major Dragon. Tho battered nmn had re
course to tho law, and tbo old 'souiro
thought tho blow Inflicted to bo worth, ac
cording to tno prevailing market rate, $fi
and tho essential perquisite?. Mr. Klli.'n
friends having left town, tho incorrigiblo
Weldon cslabouscd him.
Surveyor or Customs Fisher, is com-
fortably settled in bis new quarters in the
post office and custom bouso building.
Found. On the 17th inst , In front of
Col. Taylor't office, a gold brooch. The
owner, upon payment (or this advertise
ment, can have the same by calling at the
Bulletin office.
Pios are again increasing In sire, num
bers and impudenco about tbo streets, es
peclally Poplar and tnat neighborhood. If
Myers is ready be will no doubt make a
succassful raid in that locality.
Tub 'Gazette,' of yesterday morning,
expresses apprehensions that tbe Liberal
Republicans will monopolise all tbe offi
cet. If "Mose" will Indicate what
office ho wants we'll " fix him off, " and
thus provoke a return of his usual gen
erosity.
Wu. Eicnorr has pucbased the estab
llshment of Eichofl' Brothers, in Cairo,
and now proposes to prosecute tho furni
ture manufacturing busineti with new
vigor, and pledget himself to toll furnituro
of every description, cheaper than ever be
fore. Try him. 0-25tf
Mrs. Louisa Cokmick, of Centralia.
bat our most sincere thanks for a cruto of
cherries and a crato of gooseberries.
This fruit wat picked from her own gar
den, and the good lady may rest assured
that though tho excellenco of tbe gift in
sure! its speedy consumption, tho memory
of bor kindness will be lusting.
LTG. Faxon, Eeq .oftlitiPaducab 'Ken-
tuckian,' visited Cairo Saturday and re
mained over tho Sabbath. Uj attended
tho M. E. church and sedulously ignored
any knowledge of such citizens us M. B.
Uarrell and John Q. Harmaii.
Dr. Wardnek uflocted tho purchase, a
few days ago, of tbe lot adjoining Dr. Ar-
ter's grocery store, on Commercial ave
nue, and proposes to proceed at once to
the erection of a brick business house
thereon. Tbe building will bo twenty
five feet front, eighty feet deep, aud two
stories in hight.
Dr. Wardner wants credit tor another
story on bis Crost ttreet tonemaut bouso.
Wo concede it. The building is two and
a half instead, of one and a half stories,
as stuted by ut a few dayt ago; aud a
very respectable building in tbe bargain
The school directors bavo tendered posi
tions to Mlsios Hawkins, Aubrey, Shields,
Beebe, Kenneduy, Hatch and Kclsey.
AH these ladies were employed in our
schools during tbe laal scholastic year, and
gave very general tatltfactlon. Tno only
new teacher employed sj far, it Mitt Cut
lunn, of Lexington, Ky., a lady of flue
attainments undu teacher of toveral years
experience. Mr. Tollord has been re
tained as first assistant iu the colored de
partment of the school.
Moroan Aueh atu Y in contempt of
that principle of law that declares that
words from no Justification for u floor,
planted "a heavy one " in tbe counten
ance of bis brotlier-in-luw, James Ellis,
yesterday in sntwer to a very broud iute
malion torm the taid Ellis that ho, tbo
tald Abernatby, was tbe masculine oil',
spring of a female oftbn canine species.
Jame tued, and Morgan wat fined five
dollart aud the trimmings, Having an
intufficlenttupply of thalestontial medium
to meet the law's den.and, he was con
signed to McHale's temple and all tbe
fatigues of eleven day's service on our
dilapidated sidewalks.
A disagreement having occurred be
tween tbe Cairo silver cornet band and
the firemen's committee, the latter have
engaged tbe DuQuoin silver cornet band
and tbe Hickman brass band for their
Fourth of July parade. To Increase the
attraction of tbe procession tbe committee
are "rigging ouV' a liberty wsgon to ac
commodate 37 young ladies to represent
tbe different stales. Tbo committee detlre
ut to ttate that they have contracted for a
fine dancing floor fourty-elght feat square
for the coi.vsnisnce of old or young who
with to trlp.vke "llght.fantutle."
Barton, of thoCarbondalo 'Now Era,'
was in the city yesterday, and, contrary to
expectation!, behaved himsolf. He called
upon a number of our lending cltlzons
Joo McKonzio, B. F. Molgs, Milot Parker,
and Tom Winter among tho rost took all
tho bets offered against Grant, and ro
ll red, poor fellow, undor tho improssion
that ho had, invested his fundi profitably.
There's no telling what men may do who
come from Curbondnle.
At tbo Prctbyterlan church Inst Sab
bath evening, after tho opening tervices
by tho Ituv. Mr. Thnyor, ruident minister,
annblu and dloquont sermon was deliver
ed by tho venornblo divlnowho was tho
first Prosbytorlan mlnl'tor of tho church,
and superintended its building. His, dls
courso wat founded upon tho inspired de
claration, which, although spoken of
as accomplished, was still prophetic : ' All
tho kingdoms of tho earth art becomo iho
kingdoms of our God and of Hit Christ.''
It was most attentively listened to by tbo
congregation assomblod.
Police Court. In Squire Sliannoy's
cnurtypsterday, Frank Crofton, Tom Hyun,
John Woodoy, Joo Mooro and .luck Hill.
houso wcro lined $2 nnd costs each for
their Sunday drunk. Tbo first fair
named took a churgo of venue to Mc-
II ale, and tho latter being satisfied with
the decision of His Honor, went on his
way rejoicing.
John C. Hurd, for punching another
fellow in the sncot, fined 5$ and costs.
Abo Parker, an ebony Orceloylto, was
held lo account for abusivo language ad
dressed to a whito man named J. C.
Hern dun. Abo, In a very omphalic ntul
boisterous tone of voice declared that tho
marital relations between Mr. and Mrs.
Herndon wcro not such as might defy
judicial scrutiny. For this and other
aggravating expressions ho was belted on
tbe head by Mr. Herndon, and fined by
the old 'tquire $5 and tbe trimmings.
Having no Greeley friends present who
had acceit to the "corruption fund" to en
dorse for him, Abe was consigned to side
walk labor for tbe period of eleven days
Hit chief consolation while en mute for
chateau McHale was that he would be ro
llcved In time to vote for Greeley a
prlvilezo which ho seemed to estimate
very highly.
D0N00LA A-HEAD'
FIRST NEW TLOUR OF THE SEASON.
roooa, June 4th, 1872.
Editor Cairo Bulletin: Allow me
to say in your paper that I bavo to-day
hipped 10 barrels of new wheat flour to
P. Cubl, Cairo. I read in Tue Bulletin
not long ago, that a Metropolis firm was
going to ship tomo new flour into Calrj
by tho 26th of June. The first new wheat
whs brought in by Kufus Millor from Pu
laski county. The wheat crop in this
county is very good, and corn looks well.
Very truly yours,
L. MlSENHEMUK.
PULASKI
COUNTY DEMOCRATIC
CONVENTION-
Pursuant to call a mass convention of
tbo Democrats of Pulaski county, was held
at tho court houso in Mound City on
Saturday Juno 22d, 1872. Judge 0. Ed
son wus elected president, 11. G. Harris
secretary.
On motion, a vote was made, for dole
gates to the stute convention ut Springfield,
which resulted in the election of Col. E.
B. Watkins, John W. Carter, amL. G.
Ht.rris as dulegitej, with A. C. Bullleson,
W. A. Hlght and M. L. Hughes, for al
ternates. A committee on resolutions consisting of
Hon. K.R.Casey, U. F. Potior und John
W. Carter, was electod, and they submit
ted tho following resolutions which woro
unamimously adopted :
Whereas, Every consideration for tho
safety und perpetuity of our republican
Institutions suggests that the preaent venal
and corrupt administration rhould not be
prolonged by a further leuso of power.und
whereas, in tho now exittlng relations
of national politics, justice demands and
Expediency dictates that the uniled ener
gies of all p-irlies be concentrated for the
overthrow of thn Grunt govorraent at
Washington, ond restoration of peace, or.
der ami liberal government, therefore,
be it
lieiolved, That our delegates to tho state
convention aro hereby instructed to cast
their votes for, and uto all honorabla
means to securo tho attendance of such
men at Baltimore us will carry out the
principles above enunciated, and in our
opinion this will be bc?t secured by tint
allocation of tho Cincinnati platform and
Greoloy und Brown.
On motion a vote of thanks was londer d
to the Mound City bruit band for their
attendance and fine muiic. It wat also
voted and curried to publish the ubovu
proceedings in tho Mound City ' Journal,'
Cairo Bulletin, and ' Gazetto. '
0. Edson, Fret.
L. G. Harris, Soc'y.
Fat Fitzgerald, of tho lample room
has received tho appointment of agent for
tbe tale of tbe Uurumondsport, N. Y., Ur
ban a Wine Company's wines in this city
If tbo bottle with which wo have been
favored is a sample of tho quality of
these winet, then we are prepared to say
that they are among tba bett wc have ever
tatted. Ho hat Jutt received a largo con
signment, which be Is propared to tell at
the lowest flguret. He bat alto on band a
largo and complete ttock of tbe varlout
brands of Irltb, Scotch and American
whiskies, and winet of every variety.
nllMtf
RIVERNEWS,
PORT LIST. lw
ARRIVED.
Steamer John Means, St. Loull.
" Wm. Cowan, Pittlburg.
" Greyhound,
" Idlowlld. Evansvlllo.
" Kahawiilia, Ohio rlvor.
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
" Jonn Oilmore, Pittlburg.
" Molllo Ebert,
" Lucy Bertram
" Smoky City,
" Lu Bo'lle, N. Orleans.
" Jim. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
DEPARTED.
Steamer John Mean, Pittsburg.
" Wm. Cowan, St. Loun.
ureyiioiinu, lVniiSVillo.
Idlowlld, Evunsvllle.
St. Jnj,.pi( jji, Jj0uis.
John Giimori", Now Orleans.
Molllo Ebort, Si. Louis.
Lucy Bertruin, "
Smoky City, Now Orleant.
jii Menu Cincinnati.
" Jim. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
IJIO MVM.v coal.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yurd ut Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contract otlored on favorablo
terms upon application.
11. V. Olvphant,
U. A. Bokee, Get.'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-1 6-1 y.
IIOATS TO LEAVE.
Tho flno ttuauior llotiry Ames is tho
boat leaving for Now Orleant to-duy, ut 0
p.m. Tliu Quickstep it.thu regular packet
for KvHtmvlllo leaving ut 0 o'clock p.m.
Tho regular puckol to-day for Memphis
and all way landings, it the lust City of
Chester, leaving at 6 p.m. Tbo apltiidid
passenger packet Hullo Memphis, leaves nt
an early hour this evening, for Si. l.oui.
and way landings. The Jim Fisk Jr., is
the regular boat for Paducah leaving ut 4
o'clock p.m.
CONDITION OV THE ItlVEI!!).
Tho Ohio continues falling at tbla point
at the rato of 7 Inches per day. At Pitts
burg tliu Mounngnhola lint 'J feet 10 Inches
and falling. The Ohio is steadily falling
ut Cincinnati i.nd LouUvillr, with flvu
fret in tho channel at Louisville. Cum
berland river continues on tho decline
likuwito Tennesson river.
The Mississippi continues falling und
before long low wutcr will bo reported ill
that stream. All the streams above Si.
LouU aro on tho decline, with no pros
pect for a rue. Juno rise nut looked for
befuro the laal of July.
IIUStNEtH AND WEATUEU.
All tho packets arrived and (leared
with good trips and all day the leveo pre
sented a scene of life and activity.
Tho weather wus clear with a pleasant
north breeze.1'
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.
The City of Cairo arrived from Evans
vlllo with 1,000 tons, and flattened
out hero and bad about 1,4000 tons on
board when she left.
Len MHlbion, second dork of the Kato
Kinney, quit her hare and went on tbe
City of Cairo in the liko rapacity.
The Grey Hound and Coweu brought
out tows of coul for this place. The Grey
Hound returned to Louisville yesterday
with a tow of iron ore, and the Cov.cn
went to St. Louis with three barges of
coko.
Tho Richmond had a fine tripofpassen
engers, and about 200 Chlnetu who uro re
turning to California.
The Mitchell cumo out of tho Ohio with
a good trip. During the low wutn r season
she will run from this port to New Orleans.
Tho Jas. Gilmoro brought down a tow
of coal for St. Louis.
Tho Mary Ann, John Gilmoro and
Smoky City, patted south with largo tows
of 1'ittsburg coal.
Thn Lu Bella from Now Orleans had a
flnu trip of freight, including 650 bblt
pork for Cincinnati. Sho had all hor
rooms filled with passengers and hud to
plucecots in tho csbin. Sho also bad 100
Chincsa who go to Bv.tvor Falls to go Into
tbo cutlery making. The La Belle goes
to Cincinnnt! for tho purposa of being
lengthened tovunty feet and otherwise re
paired. Tbe Queickstep will carry passenger! to
Evunsvillo nnd return during the tth of
July wock for eight dollars tho round
trip.
Tho John Means had a toWof oro ftr
Pittsburg. Tho Molllo Ebert and Lucy
Bertram discharged largo lot of glass waro
aud bud a fair trip for St. LouU.
Tho Kanawhu brought a tow of salt.
Tho Mary E. Poo and Hello St. Louis
hnd good trips for their respectivo destina
tions. PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
City .Vntlttiinl Uaiili UulMlii-.
aBMM alteuiiuo paid tooidera from .lean
hosts nlkht ordar
Fred. Di.ankkniierq hut engaged a
now pianist, an nccompllthod musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try. Ho is a very lino porformor und
Fred's is a fine Instrument; consoquor.tly,
the music of tho Excelsior, Mke lit liquors
and cigars, If, not oxcolb-d in tho west.
Go and listen to tho music und try tomo of
Fred's cool Weiss boor, 5-23 if
WANTED, A G E N T S I
tltiOtolZiO per month, everywhere, male and
m..I.. t Inlp.iil.l..,. tt. th tal.t I IT1 1.r.l I'Hll.
mot tonuie and pi-t bliUTTLK Sf.tUNU
PlAWItlPIK OVIT IUYnU'U. U CIIHIiriun llir
woild lo competo vim It Price oi.lv tlu o', mil
lully warranted for lire yeura, limalng n.e
Ela.lio t.oi'k Mitch, alike no b.lh hides, Tho
.una as all the hlih priced shuttle
. l . I . ,. (I,. nul. I ...... I .. . I
lllHUIIIUrH. (II." ,l ...r.-in.ri, .UU
Uttmr COMMON KEN-E FAMII.V SOWING M.
CHINK. L'rico only U. Hiid fully warranted
a. H ... innpa "I i.e. rnu.lVilt .at iai tl I - I .. t. I..
"l tl J t-ei e-. ssv-u Dinwill o vo "III I ' l 1 1 j lt Iltj
Hilt, iui.it, 'juti i ui'ti wiuui uiai'i dim 'Ujuiumt'r
l" a mou si.ur-rior niHivir-r. And rue "wrignttti
to do uli wnrK ihnt cun It ionf i n any htgh-jiricrd
ii
iuii'iip mi tii- ""iit it viri-uin'ii npti '(Tina
Illicit M. W VNKOt.P a CO , 2091 Itidn- avtnue,
r V. O, llox, 272U 1 hllndelphla, J'. 0.23, 3oiw
AVOID QUACKS.
A victim of early ludlsorellou, causns aervout
dtblliiy, premature decay, tto., bating tried In
sain tvtiy advertised remedy, baa dlaooftrad
tlmpla tntanaof srl'-cura, wb.eb be still MBd
1 1 e to lit Itllow tuflareri. J. It. Iteevti, No, U
NauaU.tl,(iTork. , 1a
Hanny wishe3 tho
public, to bo informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any i in ths
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day And
examine goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual-
tv and cost.
TjUS Six and one-half
pounds Durant's A Coffee Su
gar for One Dollar; Eight
pounds New Orleans Sugar for
One Dollar; Four lbs. Prime
Kio Coffee, Ono Dollar; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson nnd Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
ery tiling proportionately cheap
at ' WILEY & BIXBY'S.
r..2d.tr
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
With It arloansy nttrntlanla, low aptr
lla' Uej.reaali.n, Involuntary emlaalon,
lowof nenien, kvrrtsntorrtiae, lo at
power, lli li.aul, loaai ol inemorj',
nml llirentrnetl liniirtpssre itsttl ltd bo
I'IIIih, itntl losrcrelarn riire tea iiiiiu.
plirry'a llnmenpnllilc rrlflr r.
1'nPHly.elKtil. Cumpo.'il ol ucm ! value
i.r inllil and olent -U nlltea tncy ttri.e a
indeatlheroni.nl thxmttt I luao nr I v
tern, arrest Iho dl.charpea, and lii,rl vigor and
.iieriy, lile and vllalit) lo l i-entlie man. They
havneured Ihouaaoda nfcve". I'rice, 'j per
I'm k.esol DveMxea and larije (2 vial, nhieh
la very Important lu nbatinate or old dial, nr II
perainKl- li. aold by all dniKliK, aJl sent
by mad on leyelpt ot price. AJ irnv Hiimhrey,
riHiflc llomropatblc Med,:la 23 , Drjad
way, K. Y. I'. JHUII.
aurflMionatvly Ami, Cairj, Illiaola
LAWYEHI,
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORN ET5
aa
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William 11. Oreen, ,
William II Gilbert, CAlflO, ILLINOIS.
Milei r.OilWert, J
tnrpecia. alt.r.tion given to Admiralty aad
teambuat bualness.
OTICK OHIO LEVLE, ROOMS 7 AND 6 OTR
C1T7 NATIONAL BANK.
LLEN, MULK.EY & WHEELER
ATTORNEYS
iXD
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J.Allen, )
John H.Mnlkey, V CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Samuel P.Whlr.J
rTPtrilcular attention po.d to river and ad
nilralty busineas,
OFFICE Over Flrat Naiional Hank, Ohio Leva.
s
o
PHIL SAUP,
(HiiccBaaor to P. Eaup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
ciiLia in
CONFECTIONS.
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
FLAGS, ETC.
1": Uommeiclal Avenae,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
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FIRE AND MARINE
i nsr s u Sj -tv nsr o e
(Ulll'AKICt,
N1AQARA, N. Y.,
KftU tl.UC.SIG.tH
OEIt&IANIA, N. Y.,
Assets M..l,OCt,72l 7
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Assets ...7:0 Ul (o
REPUBLIC, N. Y.,
AsaeU - 714.V2S M
Comprising the Underwriters' Afcenoy,
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Asseta.... 878 1 04 61
ALBANY CITY,
Asset 453,193 23
rlHEMEN'd FUND, 8. 1
Asset... 078.800 bC
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Ansel 1,432,849
stores. Divelllnzs. Xtimtture. Hulls and Car
go. a, luurod at raea as f u 'Tallin as souud, per-
luineiu ni;iiriiT win wiram.
I rrai ei'ifully aak of the cltltena ol Cairo,
srutrof tluir patronage.
C. N.IICOlI.IaS).
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,
J1ETWEEN WASU'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. II. P. Fields lafoima the publle thtt he hat
opened a
LIVERY (STABLE,
m the northwest aide of Tenth street as aimed
above,
Hli Stables will be furnished with none but the
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and Ilia pubile may be a 'tommodsled at all hours
nftlv dav and oiautwlibtate teams eu the LOW
EST TKKMS.
Or Fields atka a that el eublle pairtstte,
sad ill tndaavnr io merit It by (sir (teaJiiuj ai4
auict ktitaiteate btwtAMt.

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