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Cairo daily bulletin Thursday, July 4, 1872.
tlMX TAIILX OF THE ILtlXOM CENTRAL R. R.
On Mill after Sunday, May 14th, 1171, the follow
ng time-table will govern the arrival and depart
iir of passtngar trains ( eel rot
Dtpart Mali min.'lll............... 3:Wa.m.
Kiprfi,rti1jm.-...-... 2.40 p.m.
JrriK Mll,dllj............. 3:45 a.W.
Express....... 3 p.m.
Cairo nd HI. loult Short Llie.
Arrive.................. ... ...3:t5 p.m.
lrri..... ...... - 12:30 a.m.
ho change o( ef ti from Cairo, to St. Louis. No
chaag oteara lrtrr Cairo to Chicago. Elegant
uravdng Room sleeping cars on night trams.
Hagjtage cheeked tn nil important eolnts.
Wo arc authorized to announce "WllUnm
Hartzcll, of Randolph county, ns a candidate
for Congress from the Eighteenth District,
subject to the decision of the Democratic
nominating convention. td.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
NT I: AM TTO,
Will make three trips dally.
I UAVlaa HOI RD CITT
. .....m. At S:30...........a.in
At 11 .tn. I At l:30...........p m
At '30.. .p.m. At t .....p.m
Fare each way, an centa t 10 ticket! for tl 60.
Will land, whan hailed, at any (rood Intermediate
andrnglor passengers or freight. nov ltf.
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
The splendid steamer
Bin, Howard Capt,
Lmu Cairo MAILT. (Sunday excentedl. at i
a.ra. For freight or paaaage apply on board or
laaStf JAS BIGGS, Ag't.
R. S. BRIGUAM, M. D.,
TTOMEOPATHIC Physician and Surgeon.
JUL nee 130 commercial avenue.
Tenth itrect threescore west ofO R. Woodward.
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
FFICB OverM. J. McGsuley's drug store,
neer corner .commercial avenue ana Kign
I tenth atreet.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
pESIDENCE-No. 21 Thirteenth atreet, be.
XV tween Waahtngton avenue and Walnut street.
Orflce Lli Commercial avenue, tip etaira.
F - jU. w. dunning, m. d.
SE-SIDENCE-corn-rNlntli and Walnut sta,
OfrJee corner Sixth atreet and Ohio levee,
ee boura from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
EHIDKNCE Corner Nlnetenth atreet and
V Washington avenue, near court house. Of.
(Mover the postofflce. Office hours 10 to 12
ana xio i p.m. lanieir.
Our Home Advertisers.
Vc nrc authorized to nnnouitcc .10 UN Q.
HAKMAX m n cnndldntc for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, nt the ensuing election In
FOU COUNT ATTORNEY.. .
Wo aro authorized to tnnounco VL W.
WEBB, ESQ., aa a candidate for,Couty At
torney, at tho ensuing November election.
fws 'O 'J
We are authorised to announce HAMILTON
1RVIN aa a candidate lor reetoction to the ufflco
of Sheriff of Alexander countv.
TIMS T3 MOH"BY.-VI
illlBfl It t tUfWU I
Walehes, Clocka, Jewelry, and
uw aimuiion iiivrq io an
The puUla ere aolioi.
ivvs pjiii ;nargoa. cole
' celebratdii watcl.es.
uual to any, and ex.
Jaiy dtaJajq, 4-4
We are authorised to announce COL. K. V.
TOWNE3 aa a candidate frBenator Jn this Sen
Mt. Vssxoh. III., April 11, 1872.
KJittr Cain Hutltlim
Utta Sia Please to announce mo aa n candi
dal e for Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern
Grand Divlsl.in ot Illinois. The new constitution
provides that the Clerks ol the Supreme Court
Shall hereafter be elected at the November elec
tion. Instead of the June election as hcrclore.
The successor of the present incumbents aro
to be elected this coming fall, but will not qualify
until the present terms expire In 1B73.
R. A. V. WILD AN KB.
Dll. D. A. PARKER FOR GREELEY
Eciroa lli'LLiiiK. Please announoe me an In
dependent candidate tor a legislator In tho lower
House ol the General Assembly ot tbi State
Aa men in the daya ol honest government had
to announce their principles or hobby, aa well aa
themselves, and appear before their constituents
and defend them before they could get office, I
believe they stoutddo ao now, and will ray to
the voters of Jackson, Union, and Alexander
counties, without awaiting the decliuyi of any
man or parly, I nm for Horace Oreele'yjfor Prcal
dent, and II. Ornli Drown for Vice President and
endoree the Cincinnati platform. 1 am for a Iree
scrub race and against the primary system of
electing men to office. I am against the slock
law io this county and for the repeal of the Ohio
liquor law. I am tor the abolishment of the
grand Jury to 'ta lowest constitutions! limits, and
the revision of the traverso Jury so that Intelli
gent men shall not be disqualified to sit on it in
cases of felony. I am for free trade, squal
taxation, equal representation, andjjoneat men
In office, oven if I have to be dt'Kated to get
them there. ! A. faaata. tf
W. M. Williams, J as., Kinsley,
Lata of Vickaburg, Hiss. Late ol Cin 'tl,
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FOIIWAUDINQ AND COMMISSION
05, oniO LEVEE,
Notice is hcrelir irlvcn thntthc eo-nartner-
shln heretofore uxlNtinir between William
Elchliotr, Charles Eichlioff and Henry Elch
hoff, under the firm name ol Elclilioll Broth
ers, Is this day dissolved by mutual consent,
William Elchliotr purchasing the vvliolo bind
ness, tissumlng all Its liabilities, and receiv
ing all the accounts due the old tltin.
Cairo, Ills., June 21, 1872.
HENRY II, MEYER,
PRACTICAL.SIGN & DECORATIVE
TAINT E R .
(ill A INI Ml mid MARHLING of every description.
In fiery t)le, Plain, Ilurnltlied anil Ornamental.
" ' Particular attention paid to
GLASS OILIllNO, ETC., ETC.
Orders solicited for Bcrnery In OIL or WATER
COLORS, Kresco und liannrr Painting, and)
work warranted satisfactory.
GLASS SHOW CARDS of all descriptions, Ollded,
Plain and Ornamental.
All woik trusted to my care will be promptly
attended to. Prices moderate. Particular at
tention to trade work. Shop In the Perry houe
In Thomas's old stand, corner Commercial ate
uue and Eighth St., Cairo, III. 7-ltf.
T. B. Kills, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Hit., li
proparod to accommodato tho publio with
board by the day, week or month, at lowor
rate than any other flnt-claii houso In
the city. Tho rooms aro all woll fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
agents. The house Is located In tho con
tor of the business part of the y within
one square of the post offlce. 4-9-tf
- LOCAL NOTICES.
ICEI ICE II IOEIIl'
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ice
wagon will canvass tho city, to continuo
during tho summer months. Nono but
puro northern lako co will bo delivered.
nusx, Loomis, & Co.
Ulankeniiuro aii kauI Wines and Ci
gars I oldest and choicost, at the EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite the Post Offlco
Finest of -Liquors, Free Lunches and mu
sic every day. Tho great Liberal and
DoraocratiCjGrcely & Brown drinke Wbih
Bkek, is mado a specialty, and Frudpridos
hi m sol f upon koeping the freshest and
coolest in tho ctiy. Lemonades tho cold-
06t. mixed drinks nnd music tho finest.
Go tliero. J-27tf
Dwelling House kor Rent. Tho
second story of tho brick building on tho
corner of Washington nvenuo and 18th
stroot, containing six woll Unishod rooms,
good cistern und nocossary out houses, is
for rent on rcasonablo terms. Apply to
Samuel M. Orr, Casey's coal yard, opposlto
St. Charles hotol.
Dan. Uautman has received ono of the
largest stocks of Fruit Jares ever boforo
brought to Cairo, and Is desirous of closing
it out without delay. Ho thoroforo offers
Mason's Improved Porcelain solf-sealers,
quarts at 52.00 per dozen; glass wire tops,
quarts, at $1.25 per dozen and half-gallons
at $2.00 per dozon. These aro theckoapost
prices in tho market. tf.
C. Hauenstink, Architect. This
gentleman has established himsolf success
fully in his business in this city. Ho last
year made the plans and specifications oi
John Goeckel's, Fetor NetTs and U. My
ers' buildings on Ohio Levee, and Frod
Thcobold's handsome residence on corner
Sixth und Walnut streets; and this year
made the plan of Peter CubI's,Dr. Ward
nor,s, John Koehler's, Gilbert Bunkmyor
and Smith's, and Lu Klob's buildings. He
also superintended tho erection of all these
buildings, and points to them for proof of
bis ability to do good work in his line. Ho
made the plans and specifications ot a pub
lio school building in Metropolis, and of
many othor buildings hero and elsewhore.
He asks tho attention of tho public to his
works, and believes he is entitled to liberal
patronage, 7-31 m
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
stroot, near tho post offlce, tho proprie
tress would inform tho public that aho
is prepared to accommodato the public
with first-class board and well furnished,
woll ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able torms. Ample preparations have
been mado to accommodato an unlimited
numbor of day boar dors. Patronage so
licited. . Mrs. T. N. Gaffnev.
the little kxnttjckian,
No. C8 Ohio levee, is the place where
thoy keep tho freshest fish and game, and
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars, to be
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty
flvo conts. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
TO HOUSE BUILDERS.
Tho building pf a two-story framo build
ng in Dongola, Union county, Illinois,
will bo lot to the lowest bidder on Satur
day, July 13, 1872, between tho hours o
two and four o'clock. All bids must be
scaled, and security will be required on
tho day of lotting tho contract, for tho
faithful and prompt performance of said
work. Plans and specifications can bo
soon at tho station house in Doncola. For
further particulars call on or address J'
D. Benton, clerk of the board.
H. UANNES, President,
J. D. Benton, Clerk.
Dongola, Juno 28, 1872.
GRAND PIC-NIC EXCURSION.
UP TUX OHIO RIVKK ON THE STEAMER
kckert on tux fourth or jult.
Tho steamer Eckert will loavo tho whar
at Cairo precisely at eight o'clock, on
Thursday morning, the Fou rth of July
touch at Mound City at nine, at Caledonia
half past ten, at Metropolis at 12, at tbo
Lakes opposlto Paducah, at naif past one-
after which she will go to Paducah, where
sbo will stay until five, returning to Cairo,
at half past eight o'clock in tho evening.
Tho people of Paducah givo a pic-nic on
that day at the beautiful lakes jnst oppo
sito their city, which will give all who
wish, a chance to join tbo Paducah people
in their pic-nic, or enjoy a nico stroll in
the beautiful woods about the lakes, whilo
tboso who prefer it can have three or four
hours to walk or drive throngb Paducah
Each family will have tho privilege of
taking their basket, wbllo those who would
rather not bo incumbered will be
furnished with refioshments at tho
lunch tables on tlio boat, at reason
able prices. 'There will be a bountiful
supply of confectionarics, fruits, ico cream,
lemonade, soda water &c. This will bo a
splondid clianco tor families who wish to
spond tho "fourth" together. As the
Eckert was built for pic-nic purposes, tho
childron can bo turned looso on tho boat to
enjoy thomselves without danger.
This excursion will bo given for tho
boneflt of the Methodist church of Cairo.
Fare for round trip from Cairo, Mound
City nnd Callcdonla, $1 ; children 60c.
From Metropolis GOc; childron 25c. td
Fred. Blankxnberg has engagod a
new pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try. Ho is a very fino porformer and
Fred's is a fine instrument; consequently,
the music of tho Excelsior, like Its liquors
and cigars, is not excelled in tho west.
Go and listen to the music and try some of
Frod's cool Weiss boor. 6-23 tf
Tux Bulletin job printing is better
and cuxafer than that of any offlco in
tho stato of Illinois. Wo mean what wo
say. Co mo and soo us I
AaexT'i Orriri. I. C. R. R. Co.,1
Cnao, June 20, 1872.
Wo will commenco tho date of excur
sion tickots for tho 4th of July to points
on tho lino of this road on tho ovoning of
tbo 3rd and discontinue on tho doparturo
of tho evening train on tho 4th. Tickots
will bo good until July 6th inclusivo.
Ono and one-fifth fare will bo cbargod for
tho round trip. James Jounson, Ag't.
Best Weiss boor at the Thalia. 5-2 ltd
Havino boon appointed agent of tbo
Singer Sewing Machino, " I tako this
method of Informing tho citizens of Cairo
and Aloxandor county, that I have es
tablished my headquartors at Hannon's
bookstoro 126 Commercial avenuo, whoro
I will bo found at all times, ready to
show up tho merits of the 11 Singer " to all
who aro contemplating purchasing a first
class machino. Machines sold on the lease,
note or cash plans. Every machino war
ranted, and thorough instructions given
free of charge
I havo also on band a quantity of ma
chine thread, silk twist, oil and atalch
mcnts, which I retail at " wholesale " pri
ccs. Ladles will please bear this in mind.
G. T. Wuitlock,
Agt. Singer Sewing Machine Co,
Wills Ita Bloomy ntlendauata, low aiiir
Its' praalu. Involuntary exolloss.
loaaofi esssets, aperaaators-sioso, loaa oi
sower, dliajr Jsrod, loan or snesuorjr,
m4 threatened Impotence stud !mb.
eilllr, Usui ss aoverelsni euro In Mass
hrcr'a HossiSKiosisssie nircsuc no
TweatF-elsraU- Composed ol ti.o mont valus.
ble mild and potent uurHwie. nuy sinae
at the roots tha ot mtttir. tone uii t-e sys-
a -.JIsthssrnstA nnii tinrtrirl vlfffiranri
eoeriy. Hie and vitality to tho entue man. iney
have cured thousands of caoes. Price. $6 pei
packsgesof fireboxes and a large it vial, which
PaV"Ba sold V all drugilsU. aai sent
auglWowswlv Ant. Cairo. Illinois.
PssMleattiens ee, Bnlletlss Bsslletlssa;,
Iix courts are at it yet.
Tnx showor yesterday was refreshing.
The Eckett will tall to-day, with the
Woodward's new building will bo the
strongest ono in the city.
Tux steamer "Illinois" brought up the
Hickman band this morning.
Lemon-flavored Ice cream, In any
quantity, at Phil Saup's to-night.
Tnx Postofflco will be open from 7 to 8
o'clock, a. m., to-day, and closed tho bai-anco.
Tux Fisk will arrive this morning at
half-past 8 or 0 o'clock not later than 0
with tho Paducah firemen aboard.
Peter Cuiil'b now building is being
pushed ahead. Tbo iron front, a very
beautiful one, is being put up.
Water melons, green apples nnd cu
cumbers aro abundant in this market, und
cholera morbus is on the increnso
Rememdxr that tho Eckert will go out
promptly at eight o'clock this morning.
Do not get left.
Ladikh and older persons can, make
themselves more comfortnblo by marking
their easy chairs and taking tbom on tho
Eckort this morning.
That choice summer luxury ico cream,
richly flavored with strawberry, at Phil
Notiiino can cool tho inner man more
perfectly than a disb of pineapple flavored
ico cream at Phil Saup's to-night.
Tux Bulletin will not bo issued to
morrow. Printers aro as patriotic as
othor people, and must have this day to
After you have seen tho sights nnd
heard the sounds of to-day, drop in at
Phil Saup's and cool your fovorcd system
and excited brain with a disb of delicious,
vanilla flavored ice cream.
One who thinks himself a judge of good
things, says he has tasted the ico cream
made for the excursion on the Eckort and
that it is perfectly delicious.
Am tho Metropolis peoplo havo no
colebrution for to-day they will go in largo
numbers on tho Eckert. Mound City
will be well represented and Cairo never
Dr. R. S. Bhioham has bought threo
lots on the north side of Eleventh street,
corner of Eloventh and Cedar, and is hav
ing plans mado for a dwelling houso,
which ho proposes to build during tho
PntL 8 a up, pleasant and smiling, may
bo scon at all hours dealing out lino soda
water, cool lemonade and ice cream, at his
confectionary on Commercial avenue.
The Grant Radicals aro going to make
as big a fight as posslblo in this county,
but, no matter, thoir most determined ef
forts will amount to nothing. Tho Dem
ocrats and Liberals aro going to sweep
The Grant negroes uro organizing,
Grant clubs in Cairo, and are having a
lively time over tho offices. Tho amiable
Gladney wants a position, and nil tho rest
who can say a-b ab scorn'to bo privates.
Tux great Bradley has not yet declared
his present position on public issues, but
bis habits of thought, his willingnoss to re
ceivo presents, and personal appearance
indicate that ho is a Grant man.
Tux steamboat excursion this morning
promises to be a grand affair. Those
wishing to enjoy the "fourth" quietly, have
a pleasant ride, see a beautiful river, visit
a pretty town, and have a day of social
pleasure free from heat or mud will do
well to go on tho steamer Eckert this
morning to Paducah.
Tnx council has concluded to dispense
with tbo servicos of the ovorseer of the
city workmen, and have abolished the po
sition. Go on with the economy. Cut
down and off wherever you can. Tho old
thing has been running with too much
steam on for sevoral months past.
The town is full of the man who havo been
working on tho Cairo aud St. Louis rail
road in this county, und thoy aro indulg
ing in the luxury of a grand "drunk."
Fights are numerous among thorn, und
tbo police aro forco kept busily engaged
Fritz Scueler's boer saloon, on Wash
ington avenuo, west side, between Ninth
and Tonth streets, has becomo a favorite
placo of rosort. His Weiss bear is always
cool and fresh and quonches thirst with
magio quickness. Tho bar is also stocked
with tho best brands of whisky and brandy
and his lino of wines is splendid. Fritz is
a courtoous and clovor host, and doserves
liberal patronage Call on him.
Lost. On Monday, tbo 1st Inst, n
check on the City National Bank for
twenty two dollars, drawn by E. W. Groan
to the order ot B. S. Harroll, and endorsed
Tho paymont of said chock has boon
stopped. I will pay a suitable reward for
it, if returned to mo. B. S. Harroll,
Tub 1 Sun 1 of yestorday evening says :
If there Is any good reason why tho call
for our Republican county convention to
select delegates to tho Congressional,
Senatorial and Bepresontati vo conventions
and for the nomination of county ofllcors,
should bo witheld, wo should like to know
what it is.
We aro authorized by Mr. Fisher,
chairman of tho Republican county con
vention to say it would bo highly improper
to lot Davis know what it is. If ho wero
informed ho might toll.
Fon Sale, A No, 1 store boat, all
complete. For particulars apply to
W.M. Williams 4 Co.,
It. 65 Ohio Levee.
For Conoress. Elsewhere In this issue
wo publish the annouueement of tho can
didacy of Win, Hartzoll, Esq., of Randolph
County, for congress. Mr. Hartzoll Is
gentleman of groat popularity and much
ability. Ho was tho Democratic candidato
for congress In tho old Twelfth District,
against John B. Hay, and roducod tho
republican majority from 1G00 to 700, and
this notwithstanding tho fact tint 2,000
negro voters were added to tho Republican
voto. Mr. Uartzell would mako a vigor
ous canvass, and, if nominated, will recoivo
the zealous support of the bulletin.
Drunkness sooms to bo tho prevailing
opldomic among a certain class of pooplo
in Cairo just now. Olhorwiso business In
tho police courts is extremely dull.
John Ryan managed to strotch his hido
over a large quantity of adulterated strych
nine, and paid the city $2 etc., for tho fun
John Burns and Tom McMahan got a
little too much tanglefoot on board, and
concluded to cast anchor for G days.
And Murphy and Dudloy Dovino ditto
$2 and costs each. John Hawkins, drunk
lined $3 and costs, commitlod 8 days.
Phillls Mekan, for disorderly conduct
was lined $5.
Rxv. Mr. Shores has addressed to us a
nolo enclosing tho manuscript of a speech
mado by him several years ago. In Ills
nototho rovorond gontleman says: "I am
compollod to ask of you a space in your
columns. I notico in tho Cairo 'Gazotto'
a charge which startles mo much a state
ment that live years ago I was In favor of
a whlto man's government. No man of
sano mind would bollevo such a retroga
tion in me whoso wholo lifo has been dc
votod to tho oppressed. I encloso tho
speech mado by mo at tho tlmo alluded to,
Aug. tho 4th, 1807," Tho speech wo hnvo
carefully road, and wo can say, vory em
phatically, that in it is nothing to justify
tbo charge mado by tho 'Gazotto.' Ho
goes on to explain when and how tho
word "whlto" got into tho constitution, und
winds up by denouncing tho black laws as
"hell-born codes enacted by men worso
Firkmrn's Picnic For the accom
odation of peoplo living in tbo upper part
of tho city, tho picnic boat and bargo will
mako u landing every trip at tho whnri
boat at 14th St., besides landing at Phillips'
All lovers of dancing will bo pleased to
know that u lurgo, smooth floor nearly 76
feet squaro has bean laid, that will accom
modate about 25 sets.
Tho 'flying dutchraan' that "go around"
machine has been taken over to tho pic
nic grounds for the exclusive boneflt of thn
children who may attend.
Tho principal exercises on the grounds
will consist of the reading of the decla
ration by, Mr. Oberly, music by tho dif.
forcnt bands and an oration by Gen. J.
Blackburn Jones of Randolph county.
Fifteen or twenty acres of ground has
boon cleared and thoro will be room
enough for all.
THE FIREMEN'S PARADE.
ORDER AND LINK OF MARCH.
Tho companies will form in the follow
ing order : '
2. Liberty wagon. .
3. Mechanic's Fire company of Paducah
6. Arab Fire company No. 2.
G. Rough and Ready Fire company No. 3
7. Hibernian Fire company No. 4. '
The line of parade will be as follows :
The Mechanic's and Arab Fire compa
nies, headed by the band and Liberty
wagon, will start from the Arab cnglno
houso, proceod down Sovoslh stroot to the
Rough und Ready engino house, whore the
Rough and Ready Fire company will join,
proceed thonce up Eighth street to Com
mercial uvenuc, up Commercial to Thir
teenth street. The Hibernians will here
join, proceed up Commercial to Twentieth
streot, down Twentieth to Washington
avonue, down Washington to Fourth
street, up Fourth to Commercial avenue,
up Commercial to Sixth street, up Sixth
to Loveo nnd there disband.
By order of committcoon parade.
Firemen's Committees. Tho follow
ing is u list of tho different committees for
the firemen's pic-nic and ball, to ba held
committees at pic-nic.
Committee on liar.
L. Klob, P..Lohning, 0. Scboonmeyor,
F. Wintorborg, from Arab firo company.
H. Walker, J. U. English, J. Cain, J.
M. Waller, from Hibernian firo company,
S. Antzolman, Charles Wobor, II. Has
senjagor, John Suckborgor, from Rough
and Ready firo company.
Committee on Ice Cream und Refreshment
J. H. Rittenhouso, William Klugo, W.
F. Cherry, John Major, from Arab, flro
H. Stout, T. Walsh, M. Gannon, J. J.
Andorson, trom Hlbornian flro company.
R. Uebsackor, John Koehler, Wm.
Schmidt, L. Koehler. from Rough nnd
Ready firo company.
E. Dezonia,',J. O'Brien, from Arab flro
M. J. Marnol, T. M. Lovott, from Hi
bernian flro company.
W. O. Mohnor, Charles Frank, from
Rough and Ready lire company.
Committee to take charge of Boat.
J. H. Robinson, J, Goldstino, from Arab
W. R. While, Jas. Groany, from Hiber
nian flro company.
Christopher Orth, M. Silverborg, from
Rough and Ready flro company.
A. Lohr, W. Rittenhouso, from Arab flro
U. Callahan, P. O'Laughlin, from Hi
bernian flro company.
U. Meyer. J, U. Metcalf, from Rough
und Ready tire company.
Committee on liar.
II. Walbaum, 0. Antbes, from Arab flro
J. W: Johnson, J, M. Uogan, from Hl
bornian fire company.
P, Zimmerman, Henry Brouchan, from
Rough and Ready fire company.
COMMITTEES AT THX HALL.
Ice Cream and Rcjretntntnt.
Wm. Waugh, F. Whltcamp, from Arab
M. J. Mnrnol, F. M. Soulsbury, from
Hibernian flro company.
F. Strnutz, Wm. Koplor, from Rough
nnd Roady flro company.
H. Dinkol, from Arab flro company,
John Hurt, from Hlbornian firo com.
Potcr Ehs, from Rough nnd Ready ilro
Stcamor Quickstep, Evansvillo.
" S. L. Hyatt, Now Orleans.
" Mohawk, "
11 Hollo Memphis, Memphis,
" Nick Longworth, N. Orlcuns.
" Dictator, Commerce
" Potomnc, Cincinnati.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" City of Vlcksburc, Vicksburg.
" Eddyvillo, Nnshvlllo.
Steamer Quickstep, Evunsville.
" J. L. Hyatt. Loulsvillo.
" Mohawk, Now Orleans.
" Hollo Memphis, St. Louis,
" Nick Longworth, Cincinnati.
" Dictator, St. Louis.
" Potomac, N. Orleans.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim. Fisk. Jr., Paducah.
" City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg.
" Eddyvllle, Nashville.
HOATM 10 LEAVE TO-DAY.
1110 MUDD.Y COAL.,
Stcambonts suppllod nt any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, ut tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts oll'erud on favorable
terms upon triplication.
ii. V, Ol.YPIIANT,
D. A. Bokek, Gen'l. Supt.
Salts Agent. 3-15-ly.
That splondid anchor lino Orand Tower
is the regular packet for Memphis, and ull
way landings this ovoning ut 6 o'clock.
Tho fast running ldlowild leaves for
Evansvillo, und all way points on tho
Ohio river, this evening at 0 o'clock
Tbo favorito packot, Jim Fisk, is tho boat
for Peducab, leaving at 4 p. in. The
Utah is duo to-day, bound for Littlo Rock,
and alt points on tho Arkansas river.
CONDITION or THE It! V ERM.
Tho riso from tho Ohio above has
reached horo, and tho river is now rising
slowly. Tbo. Ohio is falling at Cincinnati
and Louisville, with G feet 3 Inches in the
Louisville canal. Cumberland river con
tinues on a slow nnd steady decline, with
2 feet on Uarpetb Shoals. Arkansas rivor
is still falling slowly. Tho declino in the
Mississippi continues with nearly nino
feet over the worst places.
IIUSINESS AND WEATHER.
No business of importunco was trans
acted on the landings.
Freights uro still scarce.
A light shower full which havo tho good
effect of laying tho dust.
Tho woatber wks close and very warm.
The Alleghuny Belle lias it bnrge of iron
oro ugroutid on Cottonwood bar.
Tho Iron mountain is still having
truublo at trade water bar, ono of Lor bargus
is sunk und tho rest uro hard aground.
Tho Nashville is hard aground apposite
Tho Hello Memphis and Nick Long-
worth wero both running light.
The Longworth had un empty full bargo
in tow. Sho bad a fair Hit of passengers
The Dictator returned from Commerce
for a bargo loaded with logs.
The Gen. Anderson and barges are ly
ing in the Kentucky bend loading lumber.
Sbo will have 400,000 feet lumber on her
Tho runner of the Central houso Insul
ted the day watchman' on ono of tho
wharfboats yesterday and got soundly
thrashed, and to close the set-to tho runner
was treated to a dose from tbo stago
into the river which hud tho offectof cool
ing his pugilistic prosperities.
A person known by the name of ''Calf
skin," was arrested on the charge of hav
ing stolen steamboatmeu's letters off the
wharf boats, but was released, us nothing
dofinito could bo proved against him.
One of tho lottors was addressed to Capt.
J. W. Jacobs of tho Henry Ames,
Tho Potomac brought out u lightor, and
was drawing 6 feet. Sho reported only 4
feot on Cottonwood bar, and Capt. Batcho
lor says ho never did so much hard jump
ing before, to got ovor the lumpy sand burs.
Ho reports tho river in very bud condition.
Tho Fisk brought in n fair trip of peoplo.
The Fisk has ngreeablo nnd polito ofQcors,
nnd overy ono who travels on her feels
himsolf nt homo.
City Nntlouitl lliuik Iliillilluir.
M.Hpeclal attention paid to orders Irotn steam
boats night ordar
Ills. Central R. R. Comp'y,
Aoent'h Office, Juno 28, 1872.
To porsons wishing to nttond tho na
tional democratic convontion to bo hold nt
Baltimore, July Otb, 1872, wo will sell
round trip tickots from Cairo to Haiti
moro nnd roturn, good to go from July 1st
to July Otb, nnd to roturn up to und in
cluding July 31st.
Thoso tickots moy bo had olthor via
Pittsburg and Hnrrisburg over tho Ponn
sylvanln Contrnl, or via Effingham, Cin
cinnati nnd Parkersburg ovor tho Balti
more & Ohio railroad, nt $30 80 ; or via
Odin, Cincinnati nnd Farkorsburg ut
$28 85. Passengers solecting olthor route
will havo tho privllego of visiting Wash
Ington city without extra charge. Pull
man palaco drawing room and slooplng
cars will bo run through from Odin and
Etllnghnm to Baltimore without change,
7-2.01. James Johnson, Ag't.
Weiss boor constantly on hand nt tho
Thalia saloon, 5-21dtf
One or two respectablo young men or
boys can hoar of a comfortablo place to
board, where thero aro no other boarders,
by inquiring for H. at Tux Bullxtin of
flco. Terms reasonable. 28-St
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.
180 Commercial Avenux, Cairo, III.
,v Dealer in . -STOVES,
TIN WARE, HOLLOW
for Window Screens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, Ac, S:c. ,,
SHOVELS, FORKS, ,
Alio manufacturers of ' . -i"-
G UTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Corpxa Ware
kola Agents for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Moveaulk Point Stkil Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
ocamtlin a cook's
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS.
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a siirecure tor rooklng cnlmnlCs
ARE UNDOUBTEDLY THX
CHEAPEST TO BUY I. '
BEST TO USE I
; EASIEST TO SELL
And never fail to
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
IN ANY AND'AtL LOCALITIES.
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS!
I.'very stove ottered Is a proof that the
IS DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than any other Cooking fllovo made.
fcOLD BY EXCELSIOR MANU'VO. COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers m all kinds of TINNERS'
STOCK ; and by nil livo Stove Dealers, like
O. W. HENDERSON,
l'j'J Commercial Avenue,
Chas, bhoenmoyer, Wn, Schick
CIIAS. SHOENMEYER & CO.
All orders promptly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OF WASHINGTON AV
ENUE AND TXNTU ST.,
O. Drawer 1293. Iau9tf.
For Sale 'at Wholesale or Retail'
CORNER 32D-BTIIEET AND OHIO LIVXss