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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1872.
tlMMrABLB OF TBK ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Ogud after minday, Mr 1J1, he follow
dk time-table will govern the arrival nd depart
ure of pasnnxtr trln t Calroi
Pwort-Msll tram, daily............ 3:00 a.m.
Kirress, daily... MO p.m.
m,J1 all, dslly - S: a.m.
F.i press - - 3.4) p.m.
Cairo and HI. Louis Short Lis 6.
Arrive......... m....3:1S p.nn
Depart.- - 11:30 .m.
No thing of cffr fromCatro to HI. Loult. No
chante . Irom Culro lo Chicago. Elegant
(rr'rg Ronn sleeping cam on ntjtht trains.
tUE cheeked In tit important nolnls.
OAIUU AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trip dally.
ItlTIHQ CatlO I IIAVIKO MOtKD CITT
, ......a.m. I At t.'M, ..a.ni
At It...--. .....a.m. I At 1:30 p m
At 4 S0..............P.m. At 6 ..-p.m
- . - k. m --..- it. .I.l.-i. t .it
rair rx ii ten.", " iuncih lUI
Will land, whon hailed, at any good Intermediate
anamgior passengers or ireigni. nov m.
The splendid steamer
We are authorised to announce HAMILTON
IRVItf aa a candidate lortc-election to tlio ufflco
of Sheriff of Alexander countv.
We are nuthorited to Announce COL. R. V.
TOWNE3 a a candidate fr Senator In this Sen-
Mr. Yiavoii, 111., April 11, 1672.
Kdilcr Cain Butlttini
lltta Sis Please to announce me ni a candl.
dale for Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern
Urand Invlsl in nt lllioolv. The new constitution
prnvidts that the CleTks ot tho Supreme Court
shall hereafter be elected at the November elec
tion, Imteadof the June election as herelore.
The successor of the present incumbents are
to be elected thla coming fall, Viu twill not qualify
until the present terms expire In 1873.
11. A. D. W1LI1ANKS
J" AS. FISK,
Ben. Howard Cnpt.
Leaes Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at 4
a.m. For freight or passage applt on board or
JanStf iki H1GG3, Ag't.
it. s. brigham, m. d.,
HOMEOPATHIC Physlc an and Surgeon. Of
Bee 130 iVimmerclai avenue. Resilience on
Teuth street three.doote west ofC K. iVoodwnrd.
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. J. McOaulet's drug store,
nor corner Commercial avenue and Elati.
tecnth street. 3-31tf
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
rJESlBKNOK No. 21 Thirteenth street, be
V tweeu Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Otlice HiCommerclalavenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
pESIDE.NCE-cornerNinth and Walnut sta,
iArOlhee coiner ntxtti street and Ohio levee.
Offlco hours from 6 a.m. to 12 in., and B p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
nnslDF.NCE Corner Nineteenth street and
XV Washington avenue, near court house. Of.
nnovcr the po.totlicc. Office hours 10 to 12
and Sto 4 p.m. janlctf.
Our Homo Advertisers.
-qnqos -o - j
Aiaeatockof Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, and
aafrteh repairing. The publioare soliri.
i aall and roirpare prices su i liaj(s, t-ole
fsTaiariaimDiernaa s ceienraiou wsici es.
m awes iuy ar aqiui to any, anu ex
Sjf BMH la IbU UJaraet. r-resenutloa
i tftitliy area ay dralgo, c-4
DR. D. A. I'ARKER FOR GREELEY
Editor Dclixtih. Please announce me sh in
dependent candldkto lor a legislator in the lower
House ol the General Assembly ot tht State
As men in tho dnys ol honest Kovernment had
to announce their trlnclplis or hobby, as well aa
themselves, and appear be I ore. their constituents
and defc n I them before they could get ofTlco, I
believe they si on Id do so now, and will ay to
the voters of Jackson, Union, and Alexander
.counties, without awaiting the declsii of any
msn or party, I am for Horace Greeley ror resi
dent, and II. Oratr. Itrowu for Vice President and
endorse the Cincinnati platform, l am for a tree
scrub race and against tlio primary system of
electing men to office. I am against the stock
Istrln Oils county nnd foi the repeal of the Ohio
liquor law. I am f.ir tho abolishment of the
grand Jury to Its lowest constitutions! limits, and
the revision nr the traverse Jury so that lutein-
Kent men shall not be disqualified to sit on it In
cases of felony. I am for free trade, squal
taxation, equal representation, and onest men
In office, even if I hsvo to be dtKatcd to p,t
them there. D A. Panam. tf
HENRY II. MEYER,
PRACTICALlSION & DECORATIVE
TAINT E R .
0HA1NIN0 and MAHHI.1NC1 of every description
In every style, Plain, Burnished and Ornamental.
Particular attention paid to
OLASS GILD1KO, KTC, KTC.
Orders solicited for Scenery III OIL or WATEll
wi.ui, rreseonn'i Manner fatnung, anill
work warranted satisfactory.
OLASS BHOWOARUSnf all descriptions, Gilded,
. mm nnu wrnuiiieaiai.
All work trust. d to mv earn will hn nrninnllv
attenHed to. Puces rroderntc. P.rllculur at
ttntlon lo trade work. Hhop In tho 1'errv house
In l'homss'a old stand, corner' ccinmercial ave
nue and Eighth at., Cairo, III. 7-1 tf.
ARE UND0U1ITEIJLY THE
CHEAPEST TO BUY I
BEST TO USE I
EASIEST TO SELL I
And never fail to
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
IN ANY AND ALL LOCALITIES.
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS !
Every stove ollerod is a proof that tho
IS DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than any other Cooking Stove made.
SOLD UY EXCELSIOR MANU'lO. COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers in all ltln.1. nr tivvpim
STOCK j and by all live Stove Dealers, like
C. W. HENDERSON,
103 Commercial Avenue,
FOR REPAIRS OF CERTAIN SIDEWALKS.
Seilel propnals, addressed to the Committee
..? .. V..J 1 "" ,'m'" "y ,ne L"v Ller" tic
ii k i'i risi anu uoiiik uie worK or repair neth
.Ll.IV.tb. Oil I n....ir.. I.. -...II 1-' ..... ...
. .... .... , . wF.nn.ne, nin, lUWfrillK HIV SBII
two feet Ueluw their present grsJe, on the West
hie ot Washington Avenue, between 21t and
!7lh Mreets, and between iotli anj 31th streets,
and on the West side ot Cninnintrint itAiin. l..
Iween!t)th and 31th streets
Hiinllar proposals will also be received at the
same time nn.l place tor doing the snmo work, the
city to furnish the requisite materials.
i.jf nruer pi tuji.wi rrBB OW bTRKETU
June 27, 1872. o 27td
Notice Is he'eby given that the Conartnershlp
"r " 1 ..in. ..luiiuii mm
uruiner. in ine i-urn turn sianuraciurinn i.m.i.
Iie-M. Iirulae thn flt.n nam& E ..U.. tY 1-
... ... ........ ..,iv, ut ti riiun iiro", is
this ilar ilfb.olvAil L.. mm.... . ti.H. r. .
chotf iiurdiasins the whole business, assuming all
... unuiijiirs nun icceiTini; aw ine acrounts uue
niooiunrm. wsi. t: t.llOFK.
r- .... . CIUKLI-a EtCIIOFF.
Cairo, Ills., June2l, 1672 . 0-2.W1
Saloon keopora nnd liquor tloalon wlioso
licentus oxplro on tho flrst day of July ro
hereby nolilled thut n prompt renewal of
mo samo win bo required. All bonds
ihould bo Hied with tho City Cleric, by
iitxv .iionuay evening, to m to bo nro-
sentwl to tho council on that evening for
approval, .othorwiso dcluy may bo dan-
gou. -M. J Rowley,
Cairo, Juno 20, 1872 4t
ICE I 1CKII ICR! 1 1
From Wednesday May lt, tlio ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to continuo
during tho sumtnor months. Nono but
puro northern laliu co will bo delivored.
Husk, Looms, & Co.
Blankenuuiio ahead I Wines nnd CI-
cars I oldest and choicest, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite tbo Post Office.
J-ineit of Liquors, Frco Lunches and mil.
sic every day. Tlio great Liberal and
DcmocraticGreily & Brown drlnko Wki8
Bekr, is nude a specialty, and Frednrides
himself upon keeping the freshest und
coolest In tho ctly. Lemonades the cold.
est, mixed drink and music the unest.
Go there. 6-27tf
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, cornor 7th street
nd Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
proparod to accommodato tho public with
Iward by tho day, week or month, at lower
lutes than any other first-class houso In
tho city. Tho rooms aro all well fur
nished, light and airy, good samplo rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
ngents. The home ti located in tho con
tjer of the business part of the y within
ono square of the post office. 4-9-tf
Having rofurnishod this voll known
and popular boarding houso, on Sixth
street, near tbo post office, tho proprie
tress would Inform the public that sho
is proparod to accommodato the public
with first-class board and woll furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most roason
ablo terms. Ample preparations havo
been mado to accommodato nn unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronago so
licited Mrs. T. N. Gaffney.
THE LITTLE KENTUCKIAN,
No, 63 Ohio levee, Is the place where
thoy keep tho freshest fish and game, and
the finest wines, liquors nnd cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twonty
Uvo cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
TO HOUSE BUILDERS.
Tho building of a two-story framo build
ng in Dongola, Union county, Illinois,
will bo let to tho lowest bidder on Satur.
day, July 13, 1872, between tho hours o
two and four o'clock. All bids must bo
sealed, nnd security will be required on
tho day of letting the contract, for tho
faithful nnd prompt performance of said
work. Plans and specifications can be
seen at tho station houso in Dongola. For
further particulars call on or address J
D. Benton, clerk of the board.
H. HANNES, President,
J. D. Benton, Clerk.
Dongola, Juno 28, 1872.
Pakllesulea oflec, Malletlss MalleUag,
Tho canvassers for tho Cairo City Di
rectory completed their work sovornl
months ago, but wo havo bocn delayed In
the publication of tho work by many
causos. Wo havo put Into our establish
ment STEAM, and VERY XxrKNSIVK new
r-REssKs a Cottroll & Babcock four
roller cylinder pross, a half-medium Uni
versal, a Gordon and a Llborty, besidos a
great varitty of new type.
Thoso changes in tbo office havo occu
pied all our time and attention for months,
but wo havo now leisuro lo devoto to tbo
Directory which is tn the handt of the
This will be mado ono of tbo finest dl
cctorles ever issued st w ill
be printed in colors, and In ovory way
bo a speclmon of typography that wo
now wo shall havo r eason to bo proud of
The edition will be large, and will Icavo
ho binder's hands in about six weeks.
Any advertiser who desires to make
changes In his advertisements, may do so
through the mall, or by sending instruc
tions to this office
We hope tho public may avail them
solves of this opportunity to patronizo
Cairo enterprise that richly deserves
The groat suit botwoon tho Trtt sloes of
tho Cairo city property and tho Illinois
Central railroad company tins been com
promised, and wo havo evory reason to bo
llove tho work of reparation of tho wharf
and of constructing tho wharf between
the stone depot and Tonlh street will bo
speedily ontored upon.
GRAND PIC-NIC EXCURSION.
UP THE OHIO RIVER ON THE STEAMER
ECKERT ON THE FOURTH OF JULY.
Tho steamer Eckort will loavo the whnr
at Cairo precisely nt olglit o'clock, on
Thursday morning, tho Fou rth of July
touch nt Mound City at nlno, at Caledonia
half past ten, at Metropolis at 12, at tho
Lakes opposite Padueab, at half past one;
nfler which sho will go to Paducah, whore
she will stay until five, returning to Cairo,
at half past eight o'clock In tho evening.
Tho peoplo of Paducah givo apic-nicon
that day at tho beautiful lakes jnst oppo
site their city, which will give all who
wish, a chance to Join tte Paducah peoplo
in their picnic, or enjoy a nico stroll in
tho beautiful woods about tho lakes, while
thoso who prefer it can have threo or four
hours to walk or drive throngh Paducah.
Each family will havo tbo privllego of
taking thulr basket, wbllo thoso who would
rather not bo Incumbered will bo
furnished with refi'oshments nt tho
lunch tables on tbo boat, at reason
nblo prices. Tbero will be a bountiful
supply of confectioneries, fruits, ico cream,
lemonade, soda water &c. This will bo a
splendid cbanco for families who wish to
spend tho "fourth" together. As tho
Eckort was built for pic-nic purposes, the
children can bo turned loose on tho boat to
onjoy themselves without dangor.
This excursion will bo given for tho
benofitoftho Methodist church of Cairo.
Fare for round trip from Cairo, Mound
City nnd Callodonla, $1 ; children COc.
From Metropolis SOc; children 25c. td
Fred. Blankxnbero lias engaged a
now pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from the old coun
try. Ho Is a very flno performer and
Fred's Is a fine instrument; consequently,
the music of the Excelsior, like its liquors
and cigars, is not excelled in tho west.
Go and listen to tho music and try some of
Fred's cool Woiss beor. 5-23 tf
The Bulletin job printing is better
and cheaper than that of any office in
tho Btate of Illinois. We mean what we
say. Come and sco us I
The schools of tho city aro all busted up
for the season,
The candidates for tho county offices are
coming out of their boles.
How many peoplo aro going to Balti
more from Cairo;? Thirty dollars und n
few cents will roach thoro and back.
Gilbert's now house, on Washington
avonuo, Is nearly finished. It will be ono
of the finest residences in tho city.
Died. On Saturday Juno 29, at C
o'clock p.m., Therose, Infant daughter of
carl ii. 'i bomas, aged 12 days.
The Fourth draws on apace, and the
firemen nro all on tho tip toe of expecta
tion. They aro goit.g to make tho nolc
brntlon tho biggest thing or tho dny.
Tub new liquor law did not have any
effect upon our saloons. They aro all run
ning as usual. A number of tho keepers
gavo the requisite bond.
The Democratic county convention lor
the appointment of delegates to tho Con
gresslonal and Senatorial conventions will
be bold about tho 12th inst.
The Widow Halliday's new houso on
Commercial, is getting up as fast as possi-
mo in such weather Another brick
building is to be put up Immediately be
tween Arter's and tho Atheneum.
Goodyar is at work on the wacon in
which thirty-soven good littlo girls will
rido on tho Fourth and reproscnt tho states
of this glorious Union this g-r-ar.d land
of the freo and homo of tho bravo.
The post office ciorks apprcciato their
new quarters. They look clehnor than
they used to at tho cornor of Sixth and
Commercial. The postmaster is so proud
of tho office that ho puts on two boiled
shirts a week.
AaiXT's Orricr. l.C. R. R. Co.,
Cauo, June 20, 1872.
will eommenco tho date of oxcur
slon tickets for tho 4th of July to points
on tho lino of this road on the evening of
tho 3rd and discontinue on tho departure
of tho evening train on the 4th. Tickets
will bo good until July 6th inclusive
One and one-fifth fare will bo charged for
tho round trip. James Jounson, Ag't.
Caution. Evory genuine boxofDr,
McLean's Liver Pills bears tbo tignuture
or Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
their prlvato U. S. stamp. "Tnko no
other." Tho market is full of imitations.
It Is tho popular verdict that pooplo who
navo been accustomed to tho use of Bitters
and Cordials aro obliged, ovontually, to re
sort to Jdci.ean's Liver Pills for ponnanent
Truth and Poetry. Milton puts into
mo mouth or i,ucirer, In "Paradiso Lost,'
thoso memorable words "To be weak Is
mlicrablo." Novor was n truer sentence
written than this supposed to bo wrung
from tho arch-fiend in his Impotence and
agony, tvery victim of nervous debility
or of that depressing languor which is ono
of the accompaniments of dyspepsia and
biliousness, can testify to the misory
or mind and body which tboy involve.
Tho motlvo powor of tho svstom la iiar.
tially paralyzed; tho mind is haunted by
anxiety and fear; nnd thosufferorls as in
capable of applying himself energetically
to nny kind of business as If ho wore under
the benumbing influonco of catalepsy.
This torrlblo mental and physical condl
lion nued not, howover, bo endured for
forty-eight hours by any human being
Plantation Bitters Is an absoluto
specifio for all the torments which a de
ranged stomach, a disordered liver, and
shattered ncrvos, superinduce.
Maqnolia Ladles' Slippers at Elliott &
Uaylborn's, just received. tf.
For Rent Ono of the Do Vasa cottages.
It has been repaired and put in splendid
order. Just the house for a family resi
dence. Apply to Louis Herbert.
Col. Wood, of the Select Council, has
become a Grant man of so much enthusi
asm, that he is out on the war path, anx
ious to crush any small Greeley man that
may fall in his way.
Hauenstine and Stranhal
have just completed a fine draft of a court
houso for one of the uppor counties of
Egypt. It is equal to any thing of tho
kind over beforo produced in this part of
tne state, bo say Judges of such work
The now laws of the state, in roforenco
to many and sundry matters, went Into
force yesterday. In fact, tho chang
which took placo was a thorough and
complete revolution of the government
u tearing up of tbo old order by the roots
and the planting of a new tree.
Carl Thomas was struck yesterday on
tne right shoulder by a sign be was tak
ing down, and which slippod nnd fell out
of tho bands of an assistant. Tho blow
stunned him Into insensibility, but in an
hour or two ho was ablo to get around
There is a big row In progress In tho
Germnn school association, a number of
tho members being in favor of inducing
Applo to return, and n number being in
favor of retaining Wolrsching. At n lato
meeting the indignant oratory of tho Ap
plo men almost lifted tbo roof oil' tho
The health of tho city is excollent, ex
ccpt that we havo to complain of small
pox, cholera infantum, green apples, too
much sun, whooping cough, measles,
Munn, tho "Flying Dutchman," Grant
niggers and the near approach of tho
Fourth of July.
The sidewalk men aro lowering tho
idownlk in front of the court bouse, on
Washington avenue. This is a manifest,
or somo other kind of improvement. Tbo
walks should not havo been put up on
tilts, and should now bo taken off them,
Capt. Win. M. Williams, of this city,
and James Kinsley, lato of Cincinnati,
have entered Into a co-Dartnershio as
Special Railroad, Steamboat and General
Agents, and Forwarding and Commission
Merchants." Their office is C4 Ohio Leveo.
We wish tho new firm an abundant har
vest of r access.
The small pox continues on in its wind
ing way. It cannot bo Indnccd to loavo
tho city, and tbo board of health aro at
their wits' otids. Tho dltcnso has boon an
epidemic and Is littlo short of that now
Ono physician Informs us that ho has Wait,
ed upon ono hundred and fifty cases, somo
of tho worst he over saw in his life. What
Is to bo dono? Anything?
Dr. Fields' new livery stablo is becom
ing one of tho popular institutions of tho
city. Tho doctor understands this busi
ness thoroughly, and is suro to succeed.
Ho charges tho lowest rates, nnd is ro
solved that tho publio may enjoy the lux
ury of buggy riding without suffering un
duly in the pockot.
Dwellino House fou Rent. Tho
second story of tho brick building on tbo
corner of Washington avenuo and 18th
street, containing six woll finishod rooms,
good cistern and necessary put houses, is
for rant on reasonable terms. Apply to
Samuel M. Orr, Casey's coal yard, opposlto
St. Charles hotel.
At tbo last stated meeting of Alex
ander Lodgo No. 221, I. 0. O. F., tho fol-
lowing officers wcro elected for tho ensu
F. M. Stockflotb, N. G.j
A. B. Safford, V. G. j
A. Comings, Roc. Seo'y ;
Chas. Sluck, Per. 3cc'y j
A. Oitorloh, Trcasurur ;
J. T. Ronnie, Rop. to G. Lodge.
We havo just completed a number of
blank books for tbo county, and we von
ture to say tboy aro tho best that havo en
terod tho court houso for years. We ro
quest nny of our morchants who may de
sire blank books to examine tho ones wo
havo just delivered to tho county. Wo
can do as good as, and cheaper work than
can bo done In St. Louis or Chicago. Wo
mean what wo say and nsk a trial. Pat
ronizo homo industry.
Wr. wnlkcd a squaro yesterday to shake
hands with John Hely, nnd did not. Ho
wasn't John but another man; but ho whs
as much liko him as two peas aro liko each
other, nnd tho unfortunato fac titnile bad
to enter into uu tin born to argument to
prove that he was not Hely. The argu
ment whs conclusivo and tho proofs satis
factory, but by our troth we have a linger
ing doubt about the counterpart of the old
Mr T. J. Parker, of Metropolis, agent
for E. C. Allen's publications, 'Tho Peo
plo's Literary Companion' and 'Our young
Folks Illustrated,' Paper, is in tho city
canvassing for tho above papers. Tho
Companion' is published weekly, and 'Our
Young Folks,' semi-monthly. Tho price Is
but a trifle, and a fine steel engraving is
givon to each subscriber, werth double tbo
amount the paper costs. Those who wish
to procure good literary reading, now
havo a rare chance, and we hope they will
avail themselves of the present opportu
nity. The Liberal Republicans of Cairo know
no variableness or shadow of turning.
They are steadfast, and aro going to ratio
a dovil of a row with tho Radicals in tho
coming campaign. They have no uso for
your Munns and your Popes, and the.o
nro all that aro left or the Radical pnrty
of Cairo, oxcopttho unfortunate Linegar,
and a scoro of othor white men, backed by
a lot of misled colored dncn, who do not
know thoir own Interests and submit with
patience to noso-loadlng. Tho intelligence,
tho activity, and tho vim nnd vinegar of tho
Radical party of Alexandor were all
crushed out of it by tho Liberal movement.
Police Court. Quito a number of
drunks wero paid for yesterday in 'Squire
Shanncssy's court. John Mullen rorked
over a V ror being drunk and allowing bis
angry passions to rise to such an oxtont ns
to cause him to bit somebody.
Jack Hlllhouso, whoso weekly fine is $1
and costs, nnd who makes it n point to
get drunk evory Sunday, obtained credit
till be earns tho monoy.
Dennis Griffin, drunk, fined 1 nnd
costs. Dennis has tho pleasuro or spend
ing tho Fourth In duranco vllo.
O.B.Davis, drunk und fighting; fined
$5. Jul! 10 days.
Wm. Cnsoy, drunk, fined $1. Jail flvo
Charloy Cook, drunk, fined SI. Jail 0
While workmen woro sinking n drivo
woll at tho rcsldoneo 0r Capt. Halllday
last week, tho plpo became rastoncd in n
bard substanco and could neither be driven
down further nor pulled up. The workmen
woro compelled to dig down twenty eight
foot tho distance to which tho pipe had
been sunk. Thoy round to their aston
ishment that tho pipo had been driven
through a large pleco or "bark or a cotton
wood treo in a porfoctstate of preservation I
Tho quostion is : "How long ago was that
bark doposltcd where it was found, twonty-
oiyht foet bolow tho presont surfuco or tho
earth, and how was it preserved ror so
long a poriod?" Wboro is Doutor?
The Masonic fraternity or Cairo who
participated in tho celebration of St.
John's day, 24th of June, oilhor directly
or indirectly, desiro to return their un
bounded and slncoro thanks to tho Cairo
ellvor cornet band for their assistance on
that day, and to Capt. R. W. Dugan, tho
etherlal, and his excellent crow, for tho
manner In which thoy wore transported to
and from C po Girardeau, hoping at tho
same time that St. John's day may be
celebrated again assisted by just such gen
tlemen. Jam. A. Puillis,
Soo'y. of Com. Arrangements.
One or two respectable young men or
boys can hear of a comfortable place to
board, wbero there are no othor boarders,
by Inquiring for H. at The Bulletin of
fice, Terms reasonable. 28-6t
Rilly Brown has boon In town agnli
to consult tho clique He objected lo tin
double dealing of its mombors, who hoi
boon patting Clement sand Dougherty oi
tho back, nnd demanded of them fair "til
ing" in tho future. This led to n sotu
wbat acrimonious scono between tho Cop
nol nnd Mr, Pope, nnd it was thought blojs
would follow ; but thoy did n't. Pipo
backed down nnd promised to bo a cd)d
boy, nnd Brown subsided Into a beautiful
Ills. Central R. R. Comp'y,
Aoent'h Office, Juno 28, 187i. j
To porsons wishing to nttond tho na
tional domocrntio convention to bo boll nt
Bnltlmoro, July 8th, 1872, wo will soil
round trip tickets from Cairo to Baltl
more nnd return, good to go from July 1st
to July Oth, nnd to return up to nnd In
eluding July 31st.
These tickets may bo had either via
Pittsburg nnd Hnrrlsburg ovor th Ponn-
sylvnnin Centrnl, or via Effingham, C"?
clnnatl nnd Parkflrsburir ovor tho Balfl'
moro& Ohio railroad, at $30 80; or vla
Odin, Cincinnati and Parkorsburg nt
$28 85. Passengors soloctlng oithor routo
will havo tho privllego or visiting Wnsl
Ington city without oxlra charge. Pull
man palaco drawing room and slocping
cars will bo run through from Odin nnd
Effingham to Baltimore without change,
7-2-Ct. James Johnson, Ag't
louis Blatau'h snloon dcsorviis the
popularity In to which it has grown. It has
been very handsomely fitted up, nnd Is so
comrortnbio that it is n pleasuru to while
away a spnro hour there. Tho bar I
supplied with all kinds or flno liquor and
wines, una with tho host or Fresh Lnge
Beer, und Weiss Boer Hint in duliniousunss
cannot bo excelled. A lunch, freo to
patrons, is spreud everyday, and an iirticl
orSweitzer Clioesc, the best in thomarkot
is always on hand. Mr. Blatttau Invites
the public to givo him n call, on Eighth
street, betwojn Commercial avouuu and
Ohio Lovco, opposlto tho Perry Houso, in
7-2. d tr
Our good neighbor or tho 'Gazotlo' por
sists In throwing small editorial bricks at
tho Rov. Mr. Shores. This is wrong
Mr. Shores has n mission to perform, an
is proceeding with tho work in Jthat or,
dor in which, in tho providenco or th
Good One, it has beon ovolvodout or elm
osity. It is wrong, particularly in th
friond'sof tho good cause, to put stumbling
blocks In his way; and Hiirrcll should
not also and likewise forget, that to thi
nblo man ho is indebted fur the school di
rector's robes which flow so grucerully
nbout hi beautiful form. Ho should ro
member, too, that tho same shall bo dished
up to them that dish up, and the day
when it thald bo snid "Vcu" and "Nay'' i
nt hand, so to speak. If theso coneidcrn
tiuns do nol shield our friend from Har
roll's shaft, ''tho foul and hissing bolts or
scorn, we wish ho would tell us wbn
will. Wo pause for a reply.
The Speeches. Tho following nro th
speeches mado at the trumpet presentation
in which President Mcllule, oftlieJllborn
fans, acted tho principal part.
Mr. Lovott, for tho company, said:
Mr. President: By permission, and in
oenuit ot tnu otneers una members of thu
Hibernian lire company No. 4, I havo thu
pleasure and honor of presenting you
witn mis oeauiiiiu silver iruniet, us
slight token of thu liiirli appreciation an
esteem in which you uro held by each und
evory mem tier ot vuo company. Wo uro
not unmindful of tho untiring Industry
with which you havo labored, to promote
the interests of the computiy. Somo tlireo
years since, when you wcro first cnose
by tho members of this company us its
leader, wu wero few in numbers, undiscii:
lined in our duties us Uretnen,und ulmost on
the'Vurgn of dissolution us a tiro company.
nut, to-day, turougn your energy nut
efficiency us our president, wu rank sec
ond to no Uro company in the city of Cairo,
wo aro to-day well organized, with abl
anu euiciom outcers we number more
than three score of able and efficient mem
bers. We havo purchased ut groat cost
and expense two lots and nave placed
theroon u building tor tho accommodation
or our members; and wo, In a lure
measure, as a company, attribute our pros
ent prosperous condition lo the energy
nnu perseverance ot our president; and
now in behalf ol mo Hibernian tiro com
puny, I ask you to accept at our hand
this trumpet, not tor its Intrinsic value.
but as a token of our bleb regard nnd
appreciation of your services, as our pre'
siding omcer; unu may you long continuo
In response, President McIIalo made
the following appropriate remarks :
Gentlemen of the Hibernian Fire Com
pany. Tho presentation or this beautiful
trumpet and tho fluttering remarks of your
spoKestnan uavu so uewuuoreu mo that X
can hardlv uxnross mv I'eelirifrs nf rrr.,tit.ul,.
to you. Indeed, 1 leel that "this is ono or
tno proudest moments ot my lite, because
of the high reuard shown mo by the com
pany over wutcu l navo nud tno honor,
for the lust threo years, to preside; n com
pany which In point ot cUectivoncts and
uttention to duty, is now second to no
company In tho city, and, in fact. In
.I...' Till 1 . '
xureo years ago, wnen elected your
presiuent, tno company was, l must con
fess, in ft deplorable condition, but over
sitico I havo labored hard for its success,
and, with your assistance, I havo brought
too company to us prusni standing, in
tho pust fivu or six weeks wo huvo received
into thn company upwurtU of twonty new
memocrs, goou, active, truc-iiearted lul
lows, all of whom I ntn convinced will bo
come good firemen, and will do much to
promoto tno intorosts m tno company.
Gentlemen, I will closo by saying that I
fully nppreciutoyour good toolings toward
me, una i nronuio to continuo working
lor tno oest interests oi tuo company, us I
buliovo I huvo dono over since I huvo been
u momber. Gontlcmcu, 1 thank you.
uimi --, - " 1
(lli.elna ftmltmn. Il"'t.
Great RopublU,Bt. "
Belle St. Louis,
lltn muddy fooM"
day and night, with either vT
nut coal, In nny quantity, V
terms, at tho yard at urana
Spoclal contracts otieroa
terras upon application.
n. A. ftriKCE. Oon"
nOATH TO LEAVE,
Tho fine and popular passong
rolomao win leave at su . m.
Orleans and Intermediate landings
beautiful City of Chestor Is tbo ,
packot loavlna for Memphis, nnd y
points this ovonlnt at 6 o'clock. I
Tho favor'e steamer jjoiio JUomJ
tho boat vaving at 8 p. m. for St.:
nnd al,wy points.
rpie compressive Qtilckstop Is the.
kifji.vansviiin boat to Ieavo this p,
1 "il . m sVlals la .... .1 -
ttek0lYftvlnKBt4P-,n' . ejC
point contlnuiV, , ;fi.. n
i it ,, Sitls;' Carrie Con
ches during the wmbud for
on the gauge 34 th QUcH
mark of 1807; at CincinV
tho Ohio river is rising "VfamDhi,
it Is only a local rue and w,.
Cumberland rlvor Is swcrrT.
Tennessee river Is rising fast. i.
slssippl is still falling with 9 fet.
crossing at Greenfield, that being tbo'
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Yesterday being Monday, there was but
little business transactod on tho landiugt
Freights still scarce and in demand.
m. .. .t , ...
inowcatner was clear anu inej
shore hot, bolter, hottest, all day.
PUTT. HOW Ann
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER ,
City Jfatloaal stassk BaUalasr.
a3eclal attention paid to ordsrs from steam
Steamer Colorado, St. Louis.
urana Tower, jiompnis,
Iron Mountain, Louisville.
Hello Yornon. Memphis,
Glencoe, N. Orleans.
Boo, St. Louis.
Jim. Fisk, Jr., l'aducali.
Dictator, Island No. 2.
Great Ropublio, New Orleans.
nolle at. Louis, Vicksburg.
Stcamor Colorado, Vicksburg.
" Grand Towor, St. Louis.
" Iron Mountain, "
" Bolle Vernon, Cincinnati,
" Glencoe, Mnund City.
" Bee, New Orleans.
1Iavi.no been appointed agent of tt
"Singer Sewing Machino," I take th,
method of Informing tho citizens of Cairo
and Alexander county, that I have es
tablished my headquarters at Hannon's
bookstoro 12C Commercial avenue, wboro
I viil be found nt all times, ready to
show up tbo merits or tbo "Singer " to all
who nro contemplating purchasing a first
class machine. Machine) sold on the lease,
note or cash plans. Every machino war
ranted, nnd thorough Instructions given
free of chargo.
I havo also on hand a quantity of ma
chine thread, silk twist, oil and atatch
ments, which I retail at " wholesale " pri
ces. Ladies will pleaso bear this in mind.
G. T. Whitlock,
Agt. Singer Sowing Machine Co.
FOURTH OF JULY!
ROUGH and rea:
The underngned, Joint Committee? ,a )
m-ntsnl Hie abore namd Fire Corp' )
leave to Inform the people o Otiio it
that ttiev hate made arrauirrmenr ,
URATINO THE NA'IIu.Ni BlHThAj
GRANDER S Tj ;
1 tn it.
than it has erer been celebrate
iidoIs. for the purpose of
success and furn ulnni mea
to all, they hare spared neither
The celebration will begin on tt
"THE FOURTH," WITH A
With Apparatus through the
street of tlio City.
The procession will lie headed by I
DuQUOIN SILVER CORN
HICKMAN BRASS BAND.
and will be under the direction of
Mayor Lansden, as Grand MaW
oi inenav, -ssisteit or Js. a. pwitney,
utiiei engineer or tn f ire uepijj,,,.
Immediately after tho Parade the BX.a
FOR TflE PIC-NIC GI'JrTl,,t.
Intlie Hliady Oroto of Kentucky "Kt"
tielh street. Kiery provision v "l,w'S
rcuder tne Fie-nlo i-IRS r-CLA&J I
of every description will bo on the grounds, an3
dispensed by attsble and attentive oiterers. Kull
arrangements win tie inaue tor
3D Jl. UT O I IN" C3-,
and for this pnrposo the Committee have engag
ed Klseiiberu's celebrated SraiKa Band.
The Declaration ok Independence
will be readhv Hon. J. II. Obnrlv. ami ...n..!.
ate speeches will be delivered by eminent speak-
ii, "hiwo luwimiio'i iiy select rnusio oy tnooll
v wviiic, DIIIIU,
The day's entertainment will conclude with
A GRAND BALL
In the Evening at
Washington Hall and Garden,
under the direct management of the bast Terpsi-
wuu.rnu iuicui in ine rire ueparimtmt.
Several FireComnanlsa from abroad have been
invited, and will prubab y be present.
In conclusion, and on behalf of the above
named 1'irn Companies, the Committee respect.
ully Invite Ins people ol Cairo and aurrounulng
country to partioiuitia in the festivities, and thus
assist in HiHKiiiK nia auir Hiim success ana
worthy of the ever Klorious " Fourth."
TICKET! roa tb PICNIC iOo.
Children accompanied by their parents, free,
T. M. Lovett,
M, J. Uowleri
Jos. U. Vsltuu,
H. T. Martin,