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CAIRO. DAILY BpLLETlW, WEDNESDAT, J,UNE.2,0 1872,
VI MB TAB L( pr TH ILLINOIS CKTAI. B. E.
(hi sd after Bunder. ii. . ",-t;
Ti-ubl. will foma lh. rll n J d.put-
ara of pMiMr train
.-Mall tram, dally liSom
' BiprM,dilr- - 2. so p.m.
Einres .......T........-.- ' Pm
Cairo oni w. ohuf
au k.M f nr rr frnm Cairo M St. I.OUle. No
that e'a Irom Clro to Chleafo. Kleiant
lrtrlsg Hoota slpini ears on Bih( Iraine.
eheeaed to all important polnla.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trip dally
uirixe ettio 1 tn
.....e.m7 At 1::
I At 1:30 p m.
p.m. I At 6 .p.m.
pare each sy, 30 cent; iu ucaeta ror 1? w.
Will land, when hailed, at any good Intermediate
diBlKrpMWDRraor freight, dot lit.-
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
Bin. Howard Capt.
Leaes Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), At 4
to. For freighter pumic apply on board or
i 3tf JAtTBlOr.a. Aft'l.
H. S. 1IRIGHAM, II, D.,
OMEOPATHIC Physician and Burgeon. Of.
trr 136 Commercial arc ntie. Kefdurnrc nn
nth atrel three.doora et ofC It. Woodward.
DK. J. U. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Otrr M. J. Mcfiaulej'e drug atore,
nearcorner Co-nmerohil avenue and Kigh.
Irenth street. 3.31tr
WILLIAM II. SMITH, M. D.
O ES1DENUF No. 21 Thirteenth at reel, be.
XV twteu VnliniKlon avenue and Walnut slrett.
Urneelil Commercial avcnu, up atalra.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
llF-SIDEXCE-eornrrNinth ami Walnut sta.
AOttlpe corner Mitli street and Ohio levee,
office hours from (l a.m. to 12 m., and 'J p.m
II. WAKDNER, M. D.
KESIDF..NCF. Corner MneKenth atreet and
Washington Ntrnur, near court house. Of
in'fTfr th pottoffice. Office hours to to 12
and Slot p.m. Ianlr.tr.
Our Home Advertisers..
Ixn and Dltconnta I
v. S Bonda to aecure cir.
11. H. Ilond. on hand
umer mocm, uonut ana
Due from redefining and
renerra nernta -181.467 01
Due from other nat'l banka 40,4M to
" omer nanat ana
Imnkera 23.371 00
Nolle U harahjr (firen that the Oonartnerahlp
harelofor eilatlBH be ween Wm. RiehnrT and
Hrothtr, lo the furailnra Hannfaotufinf duiN
nen, under the Arm name or K cnon '
II.!. A I.l-..! .... ....! Wm. K
chorTpuriiliaalncthe whole bunr.ni, aaumm all
Ita llabllltlea and reeeltln all the aoeonnta utte
the old firm. M. KiriiOFF,
Cairo, Ilia., JunaJt, l7J. t-aMlw
RKI'OIIT OF THE CONDITION
CITV NATIONAL BANK
At Cairo in the 8Ut of Ulinola, At Iht cloie or
Bcaioeav June turn,
1 8, J JO Oil
ItAnklnc hoti.e 2.V000 00
Other ireal eitate... ..... 15,170 15
inxrn ppia ,
Check t other caah Iteme
!!!! of national banka
1 rational cj. and nickel,
Legal tender note ......
6 202 20
:Lltul atock raid In
rnrlt and lo
7,90 J M
Hi to State bankt and
BbbtTVoIm boor at the Thll. B-2tdt
Kxcllht Weill beer t tbe Tlmlia.
Wm. Ehler, t hlnhopon 'i'wentitth
itroot, oppotilo tbe Court House hotel, Ii
tnnnufcturlng booti and iboea, of every
ityle and variety, warranted to gWo por
fectiatlifaotiqn. Me keepi genuine French
calf and girei hit cuttomen all he prom
Hiayt Riho, glau Fruit Jan, (tin top)
quarU $U5 and hatf galloni, $2 por doz.
Genuine "Mwon ImprOTed," Fruit Jam,
(ghui top, ielf lealer,) quarU $2, and half
galloni 93 per doen. Beit W. O. (Iron
tone china) platoi and teat, 60 cents per
let. Fine gobleU, only 10 centi apiece.
Other eomh in proportion, at
Parsons, Datih St Co.'e,
6-15-tf 5 and 7 Tenth itrcot.
M. Burn a, proprietor of the Mechanics
boarding bouse, cornor Commercial and
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces
that he is now keeping a flrttclais hotel
and boarding house for the accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests. Ho has accommodations for
eighty to one hundred pooplo ; his table is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a bed in tbe house that has not cither
a set of springs or a feather bed. 5-1 m
?,?36 3 I
Tbo Arlington Garden, a, delightful
place of resort, is now ready for visitors.
TcnU have been spread on the green
award, a high, closo fence surrounds tbe
garden, and ladles and gentlemen may
enjoy the finest of ice crem nd the cool
est of lemonade, free from the public gate.
T. B. Elus, Frop'r.
THE BULL ETIN
Pablieatloa fMHce. tsllctiss Ballatlatr,
Wahtid, a rain.
Tux tbomoraetor at noon yostorday
stood at 89 In the sbado.
Bkrries and chorrlei are abundant in
tho Cairo market.
It. H. Baird has hoisted his dwelling
houio on tho top of a trick basemont.
J ok Bra's kle who nbout two weeks
ngo fell a victim to tho small pox is rnpldly
Dan Fikqkrald, formorly tho popular
bar-keeper at tho " Sun Flower," bus re
turned to Cairo after an absence of three
Dr. Field's livery stable Is a luccuss.
Low prices, good horses and respectable
turn-outs havo secured to htm a largo n
palronago at ho can accommodate. II.
I.ikut. OoV DovoiUHTV is spoVen of
as u probable candidate for congrtv
Tho Colonel is tho ablest, yet the wenU'U
republican In the district.
Joun O'Urje.v, ouu of the popular bus
iness men of our city, contemplated a
visit to St. LouU, for tbe purpose, it U
said, of handing in his interests in tbe
cause of celibacy.
TAT Or UllNOt", I ,
1. Walter Hrlar. Auiitant Ca.luer of lha Cut 1
National Hank of Cairo. d aolfmnlr swear that
the alKjT stttement Is trna, to the tt ol tnr
'n,Ll.nn ... 1 ....I.-, Il'lf TI'D UVJI lit)
6ubcrllod and aworn totie.'ore ine, thl llth daj
of June, Is?.'. . W. II. Moaiu.
Wk look partlcul.r notice of the
chain gang's operations of yesterday. Tbe
members that constitute that interesting
body are doing excellent work under tbe
It. II. CUNNING II AM,"t
H. D WILLIAMSON, J-Dtr
H. I.. HALL1DAY. j
OF THE C03STIDITI03Sr
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OK CAIRO, ILLS.,
At the clote of btKlueu, JtfSe 10th, lS7i.
Loau and dlrfOunt. ......
U. S, Bends to tcu e circu
U. S. Honda and ecuritea
Other atocks, bonds ami
Du trom redemliR and re-
Due from other nat'l banka
" " banka and bankers,
Furniture and fixtures
Current Z expenses .
Cash Items, including rets.
line Mam pa
Tuxes .paid ..
Caah m hand In coin t 1,475 02
Currency. 29.2M M
e iu h
1 2Si,s 67
Capital atock $100iO w
Exi'liange, interest, profitami Una... 1,441 71
Circrlatlon outstandiag - 72,iC0
uue 10 national uanta - a. ia
Individual deposits... 11I.94C 21
Htatx or Iiuvou,
I.C.N. Huihea caahter ol the first National
Hank of Cairo do aolemnly awear that the lure
statement ta true to the beat of my btllef.
O, N. UUGHKS, Caahler.
8ub-crib4 and aworn to tefore me this 1Mb
day of June, 1172. ClIAH. CUNN1 OHAM,
Correct a teit. Notary Public.
D. IIDKD, Director.
JOHN T. RENN1E. j
PAUL G. SCHUH'S Pre
scription Drug Store is open
day and night. All prescrip
tions carefully and neatly fill
ed with dispatch. The largest
and finest selections of Toilot
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 n call. 6-231m
Go to tho Thftliii for the bwt Weis
bcrr In town. Mldtf
(Vkim boor constantly on hand at tho
Timlin saloon. S-31tltf
A sriKNWD lot of Magnolia and Em-
pres Ladies' Sllppors ttt Elliott 4 Hav-
horn's, Cominrrcial nvenuo. tf.
rTIMB TB MOITEY.-W
CJLIItl'i If T iwniij
.Aoa.ekL..K. ftweln-. snd
2S i Tt.:wiuu tue7Vr.-T,;t Ti" -7 '
Slltf kv MMlii this btia. "?t4. I 0,r;
eyelaitr train aaT Aeaio. I t-4U
Go to Win. Ehlor'f, on Twentieth
street, for your tine custom made boots
and oboes. You can't do better. Try
llurnctt's Steam Cooking Vessel Is war
ranted to cook quicker and better than
any vexsel in use, for sale at A. Ilalley'a
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel lavci
nearly half the fuel and IS per cont
weight which is lost In cooking the old
way. Sold by A. Halloy 0.201m
(It Is impossible to cook poorly in Bur
nett's Kteam Cooking Vcssol. It is worth
double the price asked for it, for putting
up iruit. ror sail at A. llallxy's, dealer
in stoves nnd tinware. ti201m
Dak, Uahtuan has received ocu of thu
largest stocks of Fruit J ares ever before
brought to Cairo, and Is desirous of closing
it out without delay. Ho therefore offers
Mason' Improved Porcelain lelf-sealers,
quarts at $3 00 per dcten j glssiwlre topi,
quarts, at M per dozen and half-gallons
at$i!.00 perdoten. These are tbecheapett
prices in the market. tf.
Thb Cairo Silver Cornet-Bund desire
to slate that they are not yet engaged by
any parties for tbe cotninv Fourth nf.inti
' I and that proposals for their services arc In
Pad RivTOnA fit tVia T))i tnltrP.
It has been repaired and put in splendid j "perintendance of CapU McCarthy,
, V . . I . ....
oruer. uusiioe nouse tor a tamtiy rvi
dence. Apply to Louts Herbert.
To Ice Cream Eaters. Dan Carnes is
prepatcd to furnish the very best article
of ice cream in large or small quantities
on reasonable terms, at Louis Losano's old
stand on Commercial avenue between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets.
Col. Brown, of Metropolis seems to
havo the inside tr?k on hi. competitor;
for the empty honor of a congressioool
nomination. Some of his friends think
be will be nominated by acclamation.
so, attached to his Ice cream saloon will be
found the very choicest of wines, liquors
and cigars. Come ono and all and patron
ize Dan. 6-31 lru
One or two respectable young men or
boys can bear of a comfortable place to
Al- j board, where there are no other boarders,
TUX LITTLE KK.VTCCKIA.V,
No. o3 Ohio levee, is the plact where
they keep the freshest fish and game, and
the 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.
ICE! ICE II 1CEIII
From Wednesday May 1st, the ice
wagon will canvass th city, to continue
during the summer months. None but
pure northern lake ce will be delivered.
Hcbe, Looms, & Co.
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to accommodate the public with
board by the day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other first-class house in
the city. The rooms are all well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
agents. The house is located in tho cen
ter of the business part of the y within
one square of the post office.
by inquiring for H. at Tnt Bulletin of
fice. Terms reasonable.
SuouLD anything appear in the local
columns of Thb Bulletin for the next
few day, that is objectionable to any one,
it will be understood that the writer is
not financially responsible, but physically
be can be proceeded against.
Mr. Jevtett Wilcox was in the city yes
terday, looking somewhat after his posses
lions here, which are, by the way, extensive
and valuable. His numerous friends guve
him hearty greetings.
Ir you desire rosy cheeks and a com
plexion fair and freo from Pimples,
Blotches and Eruptions, purify your blood
by taking Dr. Pierce's Goldon '.Medical
Discovery. It has no equal for this pur
pose. &8S, daw It.
At almost any hour of tho day or even
ing, from ono to twenty-five boya, botweon
tho ages of five nnd II f toon may bo soon
playing In the wator along tho lovee, or
clinging to cars standing upon tho track,
This is altogother wrong, nnd if parents
will persist in allowing tholr Utile ones to
run at largo in this way, thoy must not bo
surprised nt nny tlmo to havo thorn car
ried homo n manglod or drowned corpse
Oun Charleston frlonds woro considerably
disappointed, wo hear, nt tho small attend
nnco ot'Cairoltos nt their St. John's cele
bration and bnrbneuo. Expecting 11 largo
delegation thoy chartered n spociul truin
nt a cost of n hundred dollars, and made
other Arrnngcmonts that involved tho ex
penditure of both labor and mouoy. Their
Invitation wns gencrni nnd cordial, but
not ovor twenty of our citlr.ens responded
Litti.k Allio Simans, who accidcntally
ihot himself on Saturday last, Is rnpldly
recovering from thu wound. Wo vitted
him yesterday and found him enduring his
atlltcllon like a little man. Being only
six years of ac ho deserve great credit
for the manner in which he bears the pain
occasioned by the wound. Without wih
tag to chide Mr. Sitiuvii for allowing the
instrument of death to remain in'ber little
boy's reach, we wouU earnestly caution
parents to Veep Sre-Arm entirely bexvnd
the vwulMHtv of children getting bo4d of
We were Ws this tumiRc a beauti
ful silver trumpet, purvhed in New
York, by Tuber lire., of thl city, which
is to K presented by the member of oneof
our fire compani to their chief ta few
days We w ithhold the name of the com
pany, for the reason that the mtlter is to
be kept entirely secret from the chief for
whom the trumpet is intenled, until the
moment of the preentation, as in tho
event he was apprised beforehand, he
j would, from his well known generosity,
0 to the expene of thousands of dollar,
in preparing a banquet for the donors.
A Grant man from a neighboring coun
ty was in Cairo yesterday, and concluded
the following bets: Nine pairs of boot"
that Grant will ! tho next president of
the United Slates. Nine hats that Ogles
by is the next Governor of Illinois. After
shaking hands in ratification of thee bcts(
the gentleman propoed to bet nine hats
more tnat he would win both bets. The
country chap accepted this proposition,
and left town fully etified that he had
arranged for all the hats and boots he
will have use for during tho balance of his
natural life-time. Poor, miftnken fellow I
Wo aro glad he derives pleasure from nn
ticlp&tion. It's all that will ever grow
out of that transaction.
The steamer Eckert returned from her
excursion to Cape Girardeau, Mo., on tho
night of tbe 24th Inst., about 9 o'clock
All who went were well pleated. Ditto
tboso who went to Charleston, Mo.
Having refurnished this woll known
and popular boarding bouso, on Sixth
street, near the post offico, the proprie
tress would inform tho public that &he
is prepared to accommodato the public
with first-class board and well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Ample preparations have
been made to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. Mrs. T. N. Gaffnky,
Dwellino House for Rent. T
second story of the brick building on the
corner of Washington avenue and 18th
street, containing six well furnished
rooms, good cistern and necessary out
houses, is for rent on reasonable terms.
Apply to Samuel M. Orr, Cusey's coal
yard, opposite St. Charles hotel.
Just Arrivkd, another lot ol
Wayne's patent self-ventilating Refrig
erators and leu Chosts. We aro selling
Ico Chests at tho following Cincinnati
prices, vU; 11 00, 00, $10 00, S17
20, otc. Refrlgorators at Irom 20 00 to
$45 00, and best of city reference given
as to convenience of use and economy of
ice. Every family should havo ono.
fi-.H-COd. Bkkrwart, Ortii & Co.
Ice Cream has become tho Institution
of the season, and Phil Saup's the most
popular in the city. His saloon has be
come, in fact, ice cream headquarters, and
it is not the fashion to cat tho luxury any
where elso. It is kept with scrupulous
care, is neat and tidy, and the prosence of
no questionable characters is permitted in
it. Mr. Saup has, also, always on hand
fresh cakes of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, &c, and deserves a continuation and
an increase of tho popular favor in which
his establishment is held. Mdtf
The Illinois Central Rail Road Company now
oner for sale the following described Iota loPir
Addition to the City of Cairo, rls I
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 24 block 02,
.. is .. no iff W
" S S2, " 2S " 12,
' ,C ft, " 31 ' 12,
" " 12, " 32 ' 82.
ortarms.ate. apply to JAMKB JOHNSON,
Magnolia Ladles' Slippers at Elliott
Haythorn's, Just rocoived. tf.
J.J. Anderson & Co., gas fitters, 01
Ohio Lovee, over Lonergan Sc Cunning
bams, feed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gas fitting cheaper than tho cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction in every In
stance. If they do not please thoy will
not charge. Give tbem a trial. Tbey
know their business perfectly. Remember
the pi ace, sjl.Ohlo Lett.. jt6-ll
A load of new wheat, raised in Scott
county, Missouri, was delivered at the
Commerco mills on tho morning of the
19th instant. It is claimed to be tho first
sale of tho season. Union county, how
ovor, remains to be heard from.
Hon. W. H. Green, Hon. II. Watson
Webb, Col. C. Winston, Dr. D. Artcr,
Niles L. Wickwiro and Kov. Thomas
Jefferson Shores loft tho city yesterday
morning for Springfield, all of them being
delegates to tbostato convention that con
venes thcro this morning.
We hoar it rumored that a " young
blood" of tho Fourth ward hus at length
come to the determination of quitting tho
"dark beds" of society to " cull the iweet
flowers of conjugal happiness in the wild
orchard ot nature." Go ahead, friend ;
tho congratulations of many friends await
A frame house on Poplar street near
Eighteenth, caught fire night beforo last,
from a lighted cundlo which tho family,
(colored folks) left standing on the floor
during their absence at church. Tito
noighbor dashod In tho door, and by n
prompt application of water, subdued tho
flames and saved tho building.
The members of tho Lincoln lodge of
colored Masons marched on our principal
streets, on St. John's day, headed by a
brass band, whioh JBarton, of Carbondale
pronounced tho host one hoover heard in
Southern Illinois. Tho procession enmo
to a halt at Kloru Garden, where tho
brethren spent tho afternoon in ti quiet,
but social manner.
A Lakuk number of Chinamen passed
through our city yesterday from tho South,
on thoir way to California. We tried to
interview them but failed, ns we can't talk
Chinese note, and our interpreter on n for
mer occasion could not bo found in time,
ns thoy lea on the afternoon train, nnd all
tho information we could gather was,
"that tho Chinaman said," and tho
train moved off.
We heard a rumor on tho stroot yostor
day that a new tobacco warehouse wns
soon to bo oponed in Cairo by parties
from Kentucky and Now York. We bo
liovo that D. Hurd & Son havo withdrawn
from tbo Ballard Warehouse, as their
Grain business has Incroasod so rnpldly
that thoy could not givo tho tobacco busl
non that personal attention it requires.
Wo learn that Win F. Pitcher. Esq,
has been appointed General Ag't ol tho
Life Association for Southorn Ills.
Ho has boon very successful with tho
continental and wo have no donot will be
more so with tho Association, for thu
monoy ho now collects will bo invested
in the west, instead of boing sent east,
while ho will have strong backing by the
large board of Truitoei hero. The as
sociation presents superior advantages to
the ordinance, polices bolder ana nas a
reptstlon for prompt settlement of loam
not equaled by any other Co.
The celebration of St. John's day at
Charleston, Missouri, was a demonstration
of unusually big proportions. Tho pro
cession embraced tho Masonic, Good
Templar and Odd Fellow lodges of tho
town, tho Sunday schools and a largo
number of citizens. After prayer, music
and speaking, the crowd discussed the din
ner spread by Courtway and Deal, with n
relish which testified strongly in favor
of tho excellence of tho viands and the
prevalence of healthy appetites. Delega
tions from Cairo, Columbus and other
points were hospitably entcrtainod by the
Charlcstonlans, especially such as re
mained over and took part in tho dance.
Tho crowd present was variously estimat
ed at from one thousand to two thousand.
Citizens of the neighboring towns and
surrounding country aro invited to visit
Cairo, and join our folks in tho celebra
tion of tho OCth national anniversary.
What will bo done to entertain our vl-i-tors
is indirated in another column. Tho
firemen' parade, our three homo compa
nies and tho Mechanic's company, of l'n
ducnli, will be 0110 one of tho grnudes.
apoctacluq ever witnessed in Egypt.
Short nnd appropriate speeches will bo
delivered by gontlemcn who know how to
speak of our country and its institutions
without insulting everybody who happens
todiffer with hlin in politics. Two fine bras
bands and Eiscnburg string band
will discourse patriotic music during
the cntiro day. " Cotno ono; come nil, " is
tho invitation of tho committee, and let us
celebrato tho Fourth as it has never yet
been celobrntcd anywhere In Egypt.
While the steamer Eckert wus lying
at Capo Girardeau on Monday last, about
n dozen young ladles and gcntlomen
crowded into 11 hack nnd took 11 general
eurvoy of the "Marblo City." While
the lad who managed the ribbons
wis in thu net of turning, ho
capsized thu vehicle, nnd dumped the
crowd Into 11 badly tangled and miscellane
ous heap, in thu mlddlo of thu streeL
Two or three of the ladies wuro slightly
bruised, nnd had not tho mules boon thrown
from their foot by tho tumbling hack,
thero would, most probably, havo been n
serious runaway imd general smash-up.
At the conclusion of tho rldo, which lasted
an hour, nnd a half the boy demanded ten
dollars for tho use of his team, nnd became
exceedingly insolent when his exorbitant
demand wns refused. Ono gentleman
handed him Uvo dollars nnd another two
dollars; but tho youngster remained in
corrigible. Ho sworo ho would havo ten
dollars or n fuss, nnd it wns only when
ono of the gentleman evinced a purposo to
dust his back with his walking stick, that
tho Utile Shylock censed his importunities.
Hnck riding in tho Capo is ai cxponslvo
ns it is dangerous.
GRAND PIC-NIC EXCURSION
up tuk ohio m vkr on the hthamku
XCKKHT ON THE FOURTH OF JULY.
Thostoumer Eckert will loavo tho wharf
nt Cairo precisoly nt eight o'clock, on
Thursday morning, tho Fourth of July
touch at Mound City ut nine, nt Caledonia
half past ten, at Molropolis nt 12, at tho
Lakes opposite rauueau, nt null past one;
nflor which she will go to Paducah, where
she will stay until five, returning to Cairo,
at half past eight o'clock in tho evening.
Tho peoplo of Paducah givo a plc-nic on
that day at tho beautiful lakes jnst oppo
site thoir city, which will givo nil who
wish, a chance to join tbo Paducah poople
in their pic-nic, or enjoy a nlco stroll in
the beautiful woods about tbe lakes, whilo
tboso who prefer It can havo throe or four
houn to Wlk or drive throngh Paducah.
Each family will havo tho privilege of
taking their basket, whilo thoso who would
rather not bo Incumbered will bo
furnished witli refreshments nt tho
lunch tablos on tho boat, at rcnion
ablo prlcei. Thoro will bo n bountiful
ttpplyof confoctlonarloi, fruits, Ico cream,
lomonndo, soda wator &c. This will bo a
iplondid chnnco for families who wish to
spend tho " fourth " logothor, As the
Eckert was built for plc-nlc purposes, tho
children enn bn turned looso on tho bont to
onjny thomsolve without dangor.
Faro for round trip from Cairo, Mound
City nnd Callcdonln, $1 ; ehildnm 0O0.
From Metropolis 60c; children 2.V.
Tnr. Masonic fraternity of Cairo lake
ploasuro In returning to Capt. Dtican nnd
ulllcers, of the stenmor Eckurl, their sin
cere thnnks nnd kind wishes for the no
ceptnblo mitiiner In which they
performed their Important part In
the lute excursion to ('mm (airnr.
deatt and) cheerfully recommend other
partle to avail llitmnlvr iillho oppottli
nlty through them offered to have tho
mol delightful t'Vcursioni to bo had
between Cincinnati or Now Orleans.
Alo are our especial thanks duo to thu
Cairo Silver Cornet band for enlivening
the occasion by the tnot delightful music
and their genial companionship.
Tuety Kr.niti, June 2th, lfT.
The first quarterly meeting of tbe Fire
Department was heM this evening at 7
o'clock. Present Mers. Wood. Tavlor.
Phllli, Walder, Swayne, Roblnton, LVn,
McIIale, Ueerwort, IMiach. Poor and
The report of the secretary upon tho
number of fire which have taken place
since U'l meeting and the members of the
department pretvnt at said flrot was read,
and on motion ordered to be placod upon
Ou motion the meeting adjourned.
John Wood, Ch 11.
W. F. Pitch uit, Sec'y.
C. Hanny wishos tho
public to bo informed that ho
has" on hand a Stock of Goods
as oxtensivo as any in tho
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to soli ovory article
atpricos Loworthan tho Low
est. Call on him to-day and
oxamino goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual
tv and cost.
UtSr Six and one-half
pounds Durant's A Coil'eo Su
gar for Ono Dollar; Eight
pounds Now Orleans Sugar for
One Dollar; Four lbs. Prime
Hio Coffee, One Dollar; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun-
i powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
THE MOST PROMPT LIFE INSUR
ANCE SETTLEMENT UN RE
CORD. Tho I.ifo Association of America on the
23d of August latt, issued a policy for
$1,000 on;th.i life of the late .Mrs. furl L.
On Tuesday lml'VLo died,
On Friday she was buried,
On Saturday proofi of loss were pre
pared, On Monday these prouls wero submit
On Tuetday tbo loss was paid in full, as
will be seen by Mr. Thoinaij letter pub
lished herewith :
- Calra. III.., Junr 25, 172.
K. I'. lllSlltGU.il,
Sl.MQia Lift A.l i.llo- ;
Dear Sir : It is with very great pleas
ure that I acknowledge tho receipt al
your hands of the full amount fur which
my wire was Insured in the Life Associa
tion of America,
As this money was not duu until Sep
tember next I wan very much surprised
thl morning when you handed mo thu
check for the full amount or the policy.
Please return my warmest thanks to
your principal utllcers for this remarkably
Caul L. Thomas.
With lla gloomy ittletiilntils, low lilr
IIn' ileprraalnn. Involuntary etnlaaiun,
litaaof armen, apermaitarrliu-n, loe ot
putter, llaiy hraul, low or memory,
nuil lliriateurHl Imnrlviire nnd I ui t .
I rl I It., 11 nil it loverelirti euro In Itiim-jiliri-)-'
llaiueopnltilc .sm I ir .
I I'Hriilr.elchl. Compo.M ol - in aiu
I bv until ml potent Hit it.t 1 t .'n. a
ud j-. m inr rooi- 01 inrrni 1 1 pi! 1 r
torn, arrrtt thodLcharri, ,n I 1 .1 rl lKornil
anerry. Hie and riUllt) to I'lacnlue mn. Tney
hai cured Ihoii.&niin of ca r Price. ' t
fwkifiot titf boar, and a larce f- r.&f, which
n trry important iu obstinate or ril citu, or It
.rml' b- 1. told by all iruv jit. ajJ nt
by mail on reclpi ol price. A l Huaihrry,
Htfiflc HornMipathm aWdicln 23., V-1 Broad
way, K. V. P. CHL II,
aulMtowawly KltH.Ci.t3, Illinois
Truth and Poetry. Milton puts into
the mouth of Lucifer, in "ParndHo Lnt, '
thesu memorable words "To bo weuk is
miserable." Never was 11 truer ecntencu
written than this siippo.cd to be wrung
from tho arch-fiend in liij impotence and
agony. Every victim of nervous debility,
or of that depressing languor which U ono
of the accompaniments of dyspepsia and
biliousness, can testify to thu ini.crj
of mind and body which thoy involve.
Tho motive power of thu system is par
ially paralyzed ; tho mind is haunted by
uuxiuty and fear ; and tho hUllurer is as in
capable of applying himself energetically
to uny kind or business as if he were under
tho .benumbing influence of catilupjy.
This terrible mental and physical condi
tion need not, however, bu endured for
forty-eight hour by any human being
Plantation Bitters is an absolute
specific for nil thu torments which n do
ranged Ftomach, 11 disordered liver, and
shattered nerves, superinduce.
Fred. IIlankeniieiio lias engaged n
now pianist, nn accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from the old coun
try. Ho is a very fine performer nnd
Fred's is a fine instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Excolsiur, like in liquors
und cigars, is not excelled in the west.
Go and listen to tho music nnd try some of
Frud's cool Weiss beer, 5-23 tf
Wm. Eichoff has puchtisod tho estab
lishment of Kicholf Brothers, in Cairo,
and now proposes to prosecute tho fu nil -turn
manufacturing business wilh new
viiror, nnd pledges himself to sell furniture
of uvery description, cheaper than over bo-
lore. Try I1I111. I5.20U
Wo liuvo 11 good supply of Burnett's
Steam Cooking Vessels Call and see
them. A. U alley
W ANTED, A G E N T S !
tlOOtoliM per month, eveiyithero, main and
female, to Intlwluee thu the luteal 1 111 1 iru v cit ,
ino't Kiiiii,o xnd pcuVct bllUTTI.i: SKHl.Nli
MACHINE ever liivriited. W11 elnl!etnin the
woild lo compete villi it. I'rii'n only lis uj, nud
fully iviuMnti'd fur tire leun, 111 itki 114 inn
Kla.tio Lock Htlteli, bIIWi ou both hi. lea. Thu
none nn all Hie hluh priced aliuttlo
imiehlnea. Alo, Hie rrlbluiilod nnd
lati xl COMMON HKW. FAMILY HKWINO MA
CHINE. Price only l j no, und Lilly wairanted
tnr llvn yearn. 'I he nwhloes will.tlluli, hem,
tell, tuck, quilt, cord, hluil, brelil mid embroider
In a moit superior manner. And am "uirwitcil
toiln 11I1 work that can bedonoim uny hijjti. priced
iiiKoli'iiH in tli world. Fur circular i,nl xrins
address H. WYNKOOl'i CO.,'.'U3l llidne iiienue,
or I', O, Ilox.2701 Philadelphia, J'n, o23, Siuir
A victim f early Indlicretlnu, rausiuy nervous
debility, premature decsy.eto., hating tried in
vain every advertised remedy, haa discovered
simple means of seK.cure, which he will send
fi ce to his fellow tufftrar, J, 11. Reeves, No. TI
Naiau street, Msw York.
GUKHN k GILBKUT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Orern, 1
Willi. m II (iilbrl, J- OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
Miles F.flllWert, j
er.peia. attsntien Kl"n to Admiralty and
OrFICK OHIO LEVKaT, ROOMS 7 AND S OVER
CITV NATIONAL RANK.
LI.HN, MULKKV k WIIKKJ..KK
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Wlllism J.AIIrn, 1
John H.Mulk.v, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
otrpsriicular attention paid to river and ad.
OFFICK Ovtr Fir.tKattonal iUnk. Ohio I.im
(SoctH.tor to I. Kaup.)
WHOLKSALE k HKTAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
1.' Coitimcicisl Avenuv.
FIRE AND MARINE
KIAQAUA, N. Y.,
Asset- fl.t3C.21G 25
OKRMANIA, N. Y.,
Acet m lJs.TBI 7s
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Ah.Ib 7;5 02 10
HKI-UIILIl', N. Y.,
CoiuDrlilus thv UiHlrrwriters' Agency
YONKEHS, N. Y.,
Af.t ST8 401 51
A,.t 1M.103 23
FIREMEN'S FUND, S. V.,
A-els C7I.S0O 04
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Htnres, I)ellln(?-, Furniture, Hulls and Ctr
Kot-H, Insured nt rat" as twinbln souud, per
iniinenl security will wiirrant.
I respeotriilly ak of the clliiens ot Cairo,
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
IIKTWXBN WAHH'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
U r. II. l Fields liiforms lh" puWIe that lie 11
LIVE n y T A J! L j:
mi the northwest mile of Tenth street as named
II Ik Mtnblgi. will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may ho in'commodated at all Kiurs
ef th" dav ami night with sale te.mt on the LOW
Pr. Fields aaks a shsa ol publlo , patronaae.
and will endeavor to merit ll by fair dealioi ae(
strict fctltntioD to business.