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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1872.
f IWKTAHLX Of THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL H. K.
On and after Hundir, a- Mth.tni, the follow
ox time-table will govern the arrival anil deparl-
nra of MMtnser trains l Calrol
pxirf-Mll train, dally........-.........
r EipreM.daily M,PB'
jr,.Jlill,dlljr.............. 3:44 a.n.
Elpreas - v; 8- P--
Cairo and 81. Loula Short Liar.
Arrive ..... ...... ...3:4 p. m
Departs... 12:30 a.m.
ho change of -Vf from Cairo to HI. Louis. No
ehanre ''. Irom Cairo to Chicago. Klcgant
l.pr.ieg Room steeping cars on ninht trains.
lla-Kc eheclted to all important points.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trip daily,
tuvmo cstao I Latvian wot id citr
. i.....H...M.n.M.M.atn. I At 8:30... Ainii
At II ........ J.m. I At 1:30 p m.
At 4-30 .-.p.m. I At 0 p.m,
Par each ar. 30 cents: 10 ticket for 12 so.
Will land, vthsn hailed, at any good Intermediate
andinRlor paMenRoraor freight, nor nr.
0AIHO AND PADUCAH
The splendid Mesmer
Ben. Howard Capt.
LMS Cairo DAILY, (3un.ly excepted), at 4
a.m. For freight or paaag applj n boitnlor
JanStf J As BlJIH, Ag't.
Wc arc authorized to announce William
Ilartzcll, of Randolph county, as a candidate
for Congress from the Eighteenth District,
subject to ttic decision ol' the Democratic
nominating convention. id.
. FOlt CONOHESS.
v nre authorized to announce WILLIAM
tl AIITV.I.I.. nf ltaiulnltih rnimlv. nun ran.
dldatc for Congress from the Eighteenth Dis
trict, subject to me decision oi tuc uemo
cratlc nominating Convention. 7-Ctd.
II. S. BRIGIIAM, M. D.,
MOMEOPATHIC Physic an and Surgeon. Of.
flee 130 :otninsrclM avenue, Ileuicnr! on
ill street three, doois west of C K, iVoodnard.
DR. J. U. SULLIVAN,
OK FICB Over M. J. McOaulej'a drug more,
n ear corner .Coiimerelnl avenue and High
teenth atrect. 3-3lif
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
IJF.SID12.NUK No, SI Tfurteenih atreet, be
IX tsreeu Washington ntentie tuid Walnut street.
Omce 12 1 Commercial avenue, up stairs.
13. W. DUNNING, 31. D.
OBSltENCE-cororNintli ami Walnut ata,
iVOnVo coiner siixth street and Olilo levee,
OfBoe hours from 0 a.m. to 'i m., and 9 p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
RESIDENCE Corner Mnettenth street ami
Washington avenue, near court house, Of.
at over the postorflce. OlHce hours 10 to U
Our Homo Advertisers.
P. G. Schuli
,A oo fMjk f W.iahf,, Clock., Jewelry, and
f UoIm PartiUr atientlou gln to all
tfeMafwatrhtrpairc. Tin vuUlotr aoliei.
f.,.,i5f aaHal 0" ira ,r ce u i qhraa. f ol
.".'rwnfinnHuun cimauju waieiri.
S Y" . Biarkel. I le.ent.tlsn
AVe arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
IIAHMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
Foil COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Wc arc authorized to Innouncc II. V,
WEUB, KSll, as a candidate for County At
tonicy, at the ensuing November election.
Wo are authorlted lo nanounco HAMILTON
1RVIN as acandida'a li.ne-ilectioa to the cllloo
of Sheriff of Alexander vountr.
Wi' are amhoriied to announce COL. tl. K.
TOWNEd ai a candidate f r titnntor In tlui Hen
Mt. V.bnos, III, April It, 1872.
tUiiter Ctiri Bullttin :
Dtia fcia I'lea-e to announce mo u a candl
dale for Clerk of the fc'uprtiiio Court, Southern
Urnnd iMfini in nt Illinois Tlienrw constitution
proridia that tho Cle'ka ol the Supreme, Court
ehall hereafter L elected at tho November rlec
tiou, instead of the Juno eloutlon aa I erelore.
Tho (licri'iwr ol tho pre-eul incumbenta are
lolio elrvtod this coming fall, but will nut quality
until the prtktnt terma expire In 1873.
It. A. D. WII.BAXKS.
DR. D. A. PARKER FOR GREELEY
Euiroa IU'Uhik. Picas" annmnconio n in
dependent cundldklo lor alejil-lalor lu tho lower
llotibu ol Iho (lenernl A.i-cmbl' ol tin Ute
As men in iho ilnjn ol honest xorernment had
to iiiiiicuncc their i rinclpli a or hobby, aa well a.i
thcmiFlte, atu appear bvtoie their constituents
mid difend them before they could gel dUuc, I
bellnto they alouludo no now, and will .ay to
tho voter of Jnckaon, Union, and Aluxamlcr
countiee, without awaltiog tho decision of nuy
man or parly, I am for Horace Orecley for Preal.
denl, mid II. (ir.nr brown for Vico I'realiHnt and
endorae tho Cincinnati platfoim. lam fornlreo
rcrub raot and agalnnt (lie pnmsry ytem of
clii'llng nion tOolUce. I am KKU.uat the stock
law in this county and foi Iho rrp.alof the Onlo
liquor law. I am lr tho alolishnient of the
Hr.ir.il Ji'ry lo it lowrest oonnltutiund llmlta and
the el.ion of tho traverse Jury eothal lulelli
iit men ahall t.ot bo disqualified to sit on It in
cae of felony. I am for Irea tri.de, .rpial
tntatloii, etinl representation, aud honeat men
In dtlice, even if I bavu to Iw dtfeued to Kt
tlnin there. !) A. I'ltui. tf
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Deiiartment, Waahlngtou University.
The regular annual term of this Law School
will ojicii on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOUER 0TII, 1872.
I 'nil cottiM), two tcrm.wKlx months each.
.Stuileuls nUmlttcd to ihu .Senior Class on ex
amination by application on or belorv Octo
ber Mb, 1872. Tuition Ice, ts0 llit year ; (fUO
becontl year, Including uhc of library. For
particulars nddrt, a. 31. STEART,
Dean of Kactiliy. or
l'rovot Law Departmeiil.
7-R-do.W 1 m. til. Louis, Mo.
W. M. Williams, Jam. Ki.s6.ley,
Lftto of Viek'tiuii;, Mis. Lnto ol Cin'ti ,
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, SlEAMBOAT AND
KOUWAltmNCl AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
IlENltY II. MKYJJR,
1' R A CT I C A L.fc I O N Ac DECORATIVE
V A 1 N T E R .
UltAIMNO and MAHliLl.NQ of etcr ifecilpllcn.
In etrry tle, Plain, Ilurui.hcd nuii Ornanientlul.
Particular atlemlon paid to
OLA5S OlLUl.NO, KTC, ETC.
Orders ollclted fur Kc.nery lu OIL or WATEIl
COl.UlW, Krercoitid llannr tnintniK,uud
wink uairatitcd tuliafactoi).
OI.AS-J HllllWl.'ARHSnf all description", Gilded,
Plain ui,d Ornaiueutni.
All woik trusUit to tn care will lie promptly
alteu'ieil to. i'neia irodcrate. 1 rtliulnr at.
l Minn lo irndo woik. hhop In lne 1'iTiy hou.e
in Thoniaa'a old atatid, eoiner tttumricial me.
ntu anu i;ihlli at., Cairo, 111. 7-ltf.
"iCEl ICE 1 1 ICEIII
From WcdneidHy Alay lit, tho ice
vu;on will canvass tho city, to contlnuo
during tho summer inonttis. Nouo but
pure northern lalto co will bo delivered.
Hum:, Loomm, it Co.
llLAMCKNiiuito ahead I Wines and Ci-
gar I oldest and choicest, at thu EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite the I'ost Olllce.
Fincit of Liquor, Frcu Lunches and mu
sic every day. Tho groat Liberal and
Dorcocnttlc.Grcilvi Drown drinko Weis
Rkkr, is made a spe'.'iulty, and Fredpiidei
hitnielf upon keeping the frcslieit and
coolest in tho ctiv. Lemonades tho cold
est, mixed drinks and iiiustu tho ilnett.
(io there. e-27tl
Dan. Haktmak has received one of th
largest stocks of Fruit Jares ever before
brought to Cuiro, and is desirous of (dosing
it out without delay. Ho therefore- oll'urs
Mason's Improved Porcelain solf-scaiors,
quarts at 00 per dozen; glnsswiru tups,
ipjurts, at tl.VS per dozen and half-gallons
at $2.00 per dozen, Ihcscuru the cheapest
prices in the market. tf.
C. HaUKNUISE, AUOIUTECT.Tbl
gentleman has istablishcd himself success
fully in his business in this city. Ho last
year mado tho plans and spcltk'Htlon ot
John Goeckel'r, Peter NefTs and U. My-
era' buildings on Onlo Luvco, and Fred
Theobold'i handsome residence on cornor
Sixth at.d Walnut streets; and this year
made the plan of Peter CuhPs.Dr. Ward
ner,, John Koohlnr's, Gilbert Buiikmyer
and Smith's, and Lu Kleb's buildings. Ho
hUo superintended tho erectiou of all theso
buildings, and points to them for proof of
his ability to do good work in his lino. He
made the plans and specifications ota pub
lic tcboo) building In Metropolis, and of
many other buildings here and elsewhere.
Uo asks the attention of thu public to his
works, and beliovte bo Is entltUd to liberal
patrona jo. 7.31m
Tho members of tho uonoral nlc-nlc
committee nro heroby requested to bo
punctual so mat no delay occur In set
tling accounts ntttho next mooting.
Tiios. Kkiith, Chin.
T..D. Kills, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial aveouo, Cairo, Ills., Is
prepared to accommodate tho public with
board by tho day, wook or month, at lower
rates than any other first-class houso in
the city. The rooms nro nil well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. The houso is located in tho cen
ter of the business part of tho y within
one squaro of tho post office. 4-9-tf
Having refurnished this well known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near the post office, tho proprie
tress would Inform the public that Mie
is prepared to accommodate tho public
with first-class board and well furnished,
Well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Ample preparations havo
been mado to accommodato an unlimited
numbor of day boarders. Patronago so
licited. " Miw. T. N. Gavfnky.
THE L1T1LK KENTUCK1AN,
No. C3 Ohio lovce, is the place whero
thoy keep tho freshost fish and game, nnd
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty
livo cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Pakk, Proprietor.
TO HOUSE UU1LDERS.
Tho building of u two-story framo build
ng in DongolH, Union county, Illinois,
will bo let to tho lowest bidder on Satur
day, July 13, 1872, betiveen the hours o
two mid four (.'clock. All bids must bo
sealed, and security will bo required on
tho day of letting tho contract, for tho
faithful and prompt pcrformunco of said
work. Plans nnd specifications can bo
soon at tbo station houso in Dongola. For
further particulars call on or uddress J,
D. Denton, clork of the board.
11. HANNES, President,
J. I). Ukntos, Clerk.
Dongola, Juno 28, 1872.
Fkkd. Ulankkniikkq has engaged a
new pluulst, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try. Ho is a very fine performer and
Fred's is a Quo instrument; consequently,
tho music of thu Excelsior, 'ike its liquors
and cigars, is not excelled in the west.
Go and listen to tho music and try some of
Fred's cool Weiss beer. 5-U3 if
The Bulletin job printing is better
and cukai'ek than that of any office in
thu atato of Illinois. We mean what v.u
say. Come and soe us I
Debt Weiss beer at thu Thalia. 5-2 ltd
Fritz Scheler'b beer saloon, on Wash
ington avenue, west side, between Ninth
uud Tenth streets, has become a favorite
plucu of resort. His Weiss bcor is always
cool and fresh and quenches thirst with
muglc quickness. Thu bar is nlso stocked
with thu best brands of whisky and brandy
and his lino of wines is splendid, ii ritz is
a courteous and clever host, and deserves
liberal patronage. Call on him.
Lost. On Monday, tho 1st Inst, a
check on the City National Bank for
twenty two dollars, drawn by E. W. Green
to the order ol B. S. Harrcll, nnd endorsed
Tho payment of said check has been
stopped. 1 will pay a suitublo reward for
it, if returned to me. B. S. Harrell.
time's test. Time tries all things,
rejects those which aro useless, nnd holds
fast to that which is good. Stoves without
number havo been invontcd and patented,
but soon give up thu ghost. Tho Charter
Oak has stood tho test for seventeen years
aud Is steadily increasing in fnvor.
7 -3d aw It
Talk at the TuIlec Every lad'n
maid knows that the bewitching beings
who pavo their triumphant way with con
quered hearts, regard a splendid head of
hair thu most effective of all womanlv
facinations. Thoy believe, and they aro
right, that they can lasso ui many beaux
with the luxuriant ringlets and glossy-
braids as thoy can "kill at slglit",with their
beaming eyes. Henco in their "toilet talk'1
among themsulvos and with their attend
iititcptho merits of preparations for Ihu hair
aro freely can vassed,aud tho latest result of
this discussion seems to bo thu almost
universal adoption of Lyon's Kathalrun as
an article better adapted to promote tho
growth and beauty of the '-chief glory of
women' than any other ut present before
the world. They say that without irri
tating tho skin of tho head it eradicates
dnndrtiU, and that it penetrates below the
surlacoto thu roots of tho hair, endowing
them with now lifu and vigor.
Caution. Every genuino box of Dr.
McLean's Liver Pills koars tho signature
of Floming Bios., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
their private U. S. stamp. "Take no
other." The market Is full of imitations.
It is the popular verdict that pooplo who
have boon accustomed to the use of Bitters
and Cordials aro obliged, eventually, to re
sort to McLean's Liver Pills for permanent
Pssblleaiiuii siitsct-, HhIIs-Uss UssIIsUssk,
Wiikrb, O where, is that beautllul
allvcr trumpn, Me. I Echo answers,
With tin gloomy ntleudnuu, luw ninr
lit.' dtjirvaalon. Involuntary etnUaUss
loaaor aciiieu, aprrmatorrliu-n, loan o
uuaer, dlaay b.sul, loan ol iucuioi,
itstts ibresiteiitxl lmioleuce mitt imoi-s-lllly,
HsstlH sjovervlKU ruir in t.mi.
iilis-ey' llossiropssililc isfulir ,,
TtseiilyCiKbt Compo.od nln.ti in t valif .
tie mild nd potent wu.olivi- tuey in
al tho root th ol niiibi mot- up t e
tern, arreat the. discharge, md tan rl unr.uo
encriy. Ilia and Tltallt) to t i-eultie mn. The)
have cured IholManda ot c . Trice. i,
1'aok.K.esol five bse und a large I? vial, whu-l
tV ver Important in obstinate, or old mi, otv
irioal- bos. sold by all ilniMials, , J sul
.y rnauoniflpt ol prire. UirsssHji.ilnrey,
MfHWiae lloiueo atblc Med.Olae
auijUdVowaMlv Asjsil. Cairo, Ulmol..
Harried. July 4th, at the rccidcnco of
-Mr. Thomas Bird, Cairo, Ills,, by Luuis
Jorgonsen, Esq., Mr. B. E. Echols and
Miss Mary lliudle, both of Caledonia, HI.
St. Louis 'Democrat' plcaso copy.
Verilt, the Way of tho transgressor is
hard. Blood-shot eyes, pealed noses nnd
bunged-up heads were exhibited on every
street cornor yesterday tho effects of too
much patriotism on tnn Fourth.
Married. At the residence of Captain
Poor, in this city, on thu Fourth Inst., Mr
William Wolf nnd Miss Dulclna Osborne.
To tho happy 'couplo who sent somo of
the wedding cheer to tho printer, wo wish
a long and prosperous life.
While firing tho suluto nt Mound City,
on tho Fourth, u man named Smitz under
took to swab out a gun boforu it had been
fired off, and while In the net tho gun ex
ploded, severely, and, It is feared, fatally
Injuring Smltz nnd another man whoso
narao we did not learn.
m There were loinethlng less than fifty
cases up for drunkoncsson Friday, July 6,
beforo Squlro Shannosy. Thoy wero
nearly nil railroad hands, who canto to
Cairo on purpose to spend thu Fourtli nnd
had "nary red" with which to pay their
fines. Tho Squlro s great hoart was touch
ed. Hu sympathized with thu poor in
ebriates, and macnanlmotisly forgavothem,
each ono promising tn do so no more.
On tho night of July 31 Clias. "Wil
llams, John Bell and Honry Johnson, all
colored men, took advantago of tho dark
ness and knocked down a stranger in
tho city and robbed him of $G0 in cash.
On tho 4th, Sheriff Irvin and detective
Arnold commenced working tho thing up.
By night, they were all three caught, and
July 0th they wore indicted, tried and
sentenced to Jollot for two years each.
Who can beat It ?.
THE NATIONAL HOLIDAY,
THE FOURTH IS AND ABOUT CAIRO PIC
NICS AND EXCURSIONS.
Tho Fourth of July was an exceedingly
pleasant day. Tho sun rou clear and
bright but did not shlnu with excessive
heat during tho day. In the morning
tho booming of cannon proclaimed tho na
tional holiday. The firemen's celebration
... . I. t t- . . . . . n.,
wn uiu iirincipiu icaiuro oi inu uay. i lie
procossion formod according to tho pro
gramme at tho tlnio appointed. The
bands wore in good playing spir
its and led tho proccslon in
good stylo. Tho liberty wagon,
in which wt-ru thirty .tvi-n ln-HUiiiul little
girls, Hindu a very hutidsninu dUpli.y.
Tho MichHiiic' firuconi aiiy,of Puducai.,
was next in ordur, and with their beauti
ful engine, added much to thu creditable
appearance of tho wholo procus.iuii. The
Mechanic's num bored twonty-six. Next
were the Arabs thirty-six strong; then thu
Rough nnd Keadys, forly-suvcn in all,
and, lastly tho Hibernians, sixty-one in
number. The wholo procession was con
ducted in the best of order, and to partici
pants and spectators was ouu of the most
enjoyablo parts of thu days' celebration.
Not having attended the festivities ucross
the river, und having no special reporter
present, wo nro unable to give a detailed
account of the all'air. Wo are assured,
however, that It was a success in
every way, and that everybody presen
enjoyed it. A very largo number wero on
THE ECKEItT EXCURSION.
The Methodist picnic on the Eckerl was
a very successful and pleasant ufl'uir. An
immense crowd was on tho boat wu aro
told it numbered eight hundred when tho
boat reached Paducuh. Financially, uur
Methodist friends hnvu every reason to bo
pleased with tho rontll. The proceeds
amounted to nearly six hundred dollars.
A suit P1C-N10.
When thoEckort reached Metropolis, a
parly of eight of the excursionists landed,
and spent the timo Intervening until tho
re mm of the boat, at old Fort Massac.
A refreshing lunch and a ramble around
the fort caused the time to pass too quickly
for tho loiterers. Tho Eekert returned to
Cairo about ton o'clock, p.m.
OUU COLORED FllIKNIIS.
Tho Rev. Mr. Shores' church celebrated
tho third instead of tho Fouith. On tho
Fourth, a colored picnic was held at
Cache creek and a ball was given at
Mound city in the evening.
On tho whole, tho day was enjoyed
much by everybody and passed away
with not more disturbances than aro in
cident to nil Fourtli of July festivities.
DEPARTMENT OF I'UIILIO INSTRUC
TION. Hi'rraisttNtisst'a Orricr,
Hrsivotttiu, Ins,, Junoi', 167-'.
Tho next examination for Stato certifi
cates will bo hold at Normal, McLean
county, Illinois, at tho closo of tho Stato
Teachers' Institute, on Thursday nnd Fri
day, August 20th and 30th, 1872.
In addition to iho studies heretofore
required, Natural Philosophy and As
tronomy hnvu been placed on tho list. A
separate paper on Fhyisical Geography
will also bo required.
Teachers purposing to attend tho ex
amination aro requostcd to forward thoir
applications and testimonials to thu State
Superintendent, at an early duto. A
circular, giving full information respect
ing the examination, will bo cent to any
teacher who may mako request therefor.
Thoso who wish thu originals ot their
testimonials returned, will please send
opics tiioroul, also, tube Ulod in this office.
Superintendent Public Iiirirui'tlon.
Those wishing to have th'r plains
tuned by a competent tuner will leave
their orders with Mr. N. P. Curtlte, corner
of Washington ave.tue and Fourteenth
street, (who Intends to send for Badmor
and Weber's tuner, St. Louis), or at Rock
w til & Co'., book iter. 7-6-61.
THE DIVISION OF THE SPOILS.
Cstio, July 1, 18:2.
Eanoa or viir. limtmi
Dear Sir Your paper of a few days
ago contained an articlo which I deem to
bo unjust to the Liberal Republicans, and
I theteforo ask tho publication of these fuw
lines in reply, believing you would not bo,
unwillingly, unfair to any one.
Tho artiulo referred to claimed for tho
democratic party n great amount of pat
riotism, for its conduct in this political
contest, becauso it supports Greeley and
Brown. Let us look at It, and the situa
tion. Every fair minded democrat will
concido without n moment's question that
tho democracy had no poislblo chance to
elect a president of the United States, or
any Stato officer for tho State of Illinois
under this statu of circumstances, is it any
great stretch of fairness or show of pat
riotism on their part to take their choice
botweon too two republican candidates
for tho presidency when by so doing thoy
aro pledged u sharo of the national patron
age, and actually get nno half of the tlato
offices, and that tho paying half 7
Under the present state of iifiulr;, if the
liberal ticket is successful, the democrats
will get tho best paying offices on iho stutu
ticket, viz., Auditor ot public accounts and
Statu Treasurer; tho laltor offico Is worth
thirty thousand dollars a year, and they
also havo tho Lictitcuuut-Govuriior. Is
not this a prclty fair allowanco ?
ll is all well enough to sny, "Wo furnish
nino tenths of the votes, und ouht to have
all tho important ollh-es." What good
would ull thu votes you control do without
the tenth you expect to get from the liber
You say the liberals cannot elect any
body without democratic votes to help
That is certainly true, but is it not just
as true thut without tho Votes of liberals,
democrats can't elect anybody 7
"If tho liberals by their votes mako it
possible for tho democruts lo elect half the
stato ticket, is it more tlmu fair thai demo
crats should help them elect the othor hull?
Now, sir, bring this mutter u little
further. Your articlo was written in thu
interest of Mr. Wall, demanding n demo
cratic congressman from tho eighteenth
district becausu you have so many moru
votes than thu liberals have. Very well,
who, 1 would ask you is claiming all ihu
county offices? Is it not timo that in
every single county of tho ten comprising
tho eightceenih district, tho democruts
claim, and expect to havo democrats
nominated for sheriffs, circuit clerks and
Is It not also truo that tho democrats
claim every slnglo statu senator in the
district, and overy rcprotcntalivo in the
Where in the eighteenth district havo
you offered a slnglu offico to tho liberals?
No whom not in a singlo instance. You
know you can't carry this district without
the md of the lih-.-rnl vote, you claim gn at
credits lor fairue-s and patriotism ami yet
you aro gobbling up every singlo office In
thi' di-trict for yourselves.
No mill can deny the truth of those
ft:Ut in. uts. Is i. too much to believe tbat
when laels ur.) known, democruts all over
thu d. sulci will bo willing to givo fair
play, ari l when tlvy havo conceded to
them by il.e libcial, with all the aid they
can givu lo ensure their election, Ten
thnriuV, ten circuit clerks, ten county at
torneys, ton coroners, thre.i sonators, and
nine representatives in tho stato legisla
ture. Is it any more than fair play that
the liberals should havo tho congressman.
Ono moro word. The greatest argu
ment tho liberals huvo to encounter in this
election is, that thu democruts aro willing
to elect Greeley president, providing they
can get n democratic congress. Does it
not begin to look as if this was truo?
Further An articlo in tho Cairo ' Ga
zette' says: "if a liberal is nomina!cd,sov
cral hundred democrats will boll the tick
et. It that is tho way democrats talk
may not liberals jut as well say, "nomi
nate a democrat, and the liberals will
bolt." Tills i no way for either party to
talk or act success is what we want. Suc
cess wo can have if wu will. But for
liberals to support such n ticket as Is pro
posed In thu Eighteet lh congressional dis
trict, forty-threo democrats nnd not one
single liberal on it, would look very much
as if thoy had been very guilty in thu past,
had now repented, aud gone bodily over to
the democratic party. Thorn has beon no
timo in iho last ton years when any num
ber of republicans could not, had they so
chosen, huvo gone over to tho democratic
party nnd been heartily welcomed. They
did not proposo lu do so. They don't pro
pose lu do to now, tail they aro willing to
unite with them In good faith to wago war
on tho centralization of power, which
threatens tho lifu of thu government, ou
nepotism, and Grantism of every known
description. They aro willing to como
upon liberal groui.d and elect a liberal
ticket. But why should they practice the
sull-abntgnllon urged upon them by the
'Gazotte,1 man. Democrats urged us to
revolt against the Grant pally, and prom
ised assistance, aud now they ask them to
Tho pooplo are, tired of rings, and will
swallow no ring candidate. Such a ticktt
as is now ollVrul in the Eighteenth dis
trict, will drive every liberal who inspects
himself to robuku the men who In.vo acted
towards him in such bad faith, by voting
against a stato ticket fixed up in that way.
Moro anon. Yours respectfully,
Those wishing to have their pianos
tuntd by a competent tuner, will leave
their orders with Mr. N. P. Curtice, corner
of Washington uvcnuo und Fourteenth
street, (who intends to send for llndtncr
and Weber's tuner, St. Louis), or at Rock
well & Co's. bookstore. 7-0-Ot
Dweli.ino House von Rent. Tho
second story of the brick building on tho
corner of Washington avenuo and 18th
sliect, containing six well llnMicd rooms,
good cistern and mccsary out houses, Is
for rent on reasonable terms. Apply lo
Samuel M. Orr, Casey's coal yard, opposite
St. Churlts hotel.
Steamer Idlowild, EvhiisvIUo.
" Mnry Ann. Now Orleans.
William Coweti, tit, Luuis.
John Kylo, St. Louis,
Bollu St. Louis, St. Louis.
Clipper, St, Louis.
Imperial, Si. Louis.
Steamer Idluwlld, Evnusvillo.
" Mary Ann, Louisville.
" John Kylo, Now Orleans-.
" Bello sal. Louis, Vlcksburg.
" Clipper, Tennessee river.
" Imperial, Now Orleans.
" Illinois, Columbus.
DID MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at uny time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard ut Grand Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorable
torms upon application.
II. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokee, Geii'l.Supt.
Sales Agent, 3-lB-ly.
llOATH TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho good steamboal Mary Houston
leaves this evening for Memphis, Vicks
burg und Tfew Orleans. Tho Tail run
ning pnekot Uellu Memphis Is Iho regular
bout for Memphis and all way landings,
leavingtlilsovenlng at & o'clock! Thalfust
and splendid packet City of Helena Is the
boat for St. Louit and way points und will
leuvo nt fi p. m. Tho Arkansas Bollu
leaves at 7 p. in. for Evansvlllo nnd nil
points on tho Ohio ilvcr. Tako tho neat
lilllu packet James l'l'k, Jr., for Putluciih
and all way points. Sho leaves at IJ p.m.
CONDI MOSl OK THE III VERS.
Hero thu Ohio was about on n stand
last evening. At Pittsburgh the Morion
gaheln is still falling with 3 feet in the
channel. At Louisville the Ohio river
continues receding with fi feet in thu
canal. Cumberland river is rising with
over 3 feet ou Hurpeth shoals. Thu
Arkautns river continues on u decline.
Thu Mississippi river is rising with a nine
foot channel to this place.
1IUSINESS A0 WEATHER.
Business on tho landing was very good,
and all the boats hnd good trips. Freight
a little scar eo and in d-stiiaud. The -1 ill
was a busy day among the shipping.
Weather clear with n pleasant nnd
cool breeze all day.
The Idlewild had a largo party of ex
cursionists on bo.trd, all of whom seemed
lo ho having n high time.
Tno Nn'livillu rcshlpped about 100, tons
of Now Orleans freight on thu Indiana.
Tho Mary Ann arrived from below, hav
ing in tow a number of empty coal bar
ges. Tho Clipper came In fron St. Louis
with nothing in tow, and will go up Ton
msseu river for lumber, provided shu can
got a couplo of empty barges which her
captain wus trying very hard to rind.
I'll IL.IIO WARD,
Illy Xulliilinl llniilt IIiiIIiIIiik.
sjk.Hfel.il ntteutioti pttlil loorders Iron. Mean
boati utsril or dav
All persons having claims against the
firemen's general pic-nic commiito will
please leave them with tho undersigned at
lleerwiirt, Orth & Co.'s by C o'clock this
evening. '1 hos. Kertii.
MARK FT KEI'ORT-
Thursday Evening, July 1th, H72.
Business lias been generally suspended
to-day, and sales since, la. I leport have
been very meager. Very low transnctlof.i
in any branch of trade. Tho general condi
tion of the market remains about Ihcsanie
Stocks arc generally light, and price, ruin
lower. Receipts of all kinds aro light, but
sufficient to keep tho market well sup
plied. Weather very hot.
FLOUR. Dull and unchanged, no de
mand for any kind and. a decline from
present prices may be looked for; no stated
priois can bu quoted. 80 bbls various
grades sold on orders at $0 U0 to 10 00
and CO bbls at 0 50 lo 0 5U.
HAY. Very dull. No demand at all
Ono Car of Choice Timothy and Red-top
oll'ered to-day al $18 00 delivered was not
taken. Choice Hay would bring $20 00
delivered if there was any demand lor It.
CORN. Mixed is very dull, with plen
ty in the market to snpply the demand,
Prices rule a shade lower, with very llt'.lu
selling. Thu present stock is held at 600
51c in sacks. from first hands ; In filling or
ders I lo2o. higher is charged to cover tho
expon.o of handling. White holds quite
linn, al! that arrives being taken to sup
ply tho local tradu. 2 cars of mixed sold
in sacks dolivortd 51c.; I car mixed In
sacks al 60c; 3 cars White in buik on
truck at 50c. 100 sacks sold on orders de
livered at 5tc; 200 sacks White on or
dur al 03c.
OATS. Market dull nnd unchanged
prices lower. Holders aro asking 30gi31o
for choice, with no buyers Receipts are
light, but moro than sufficient lor the du-
mand. 1 car mixed In bulk sold for 30c;
I cur Galena In built, for 31c. ; 1 carchoico
Northern at 30o In sucks delivered, and
200 sacks choice, on ordors, al 38c.
MEAL Unchanged. 300 bbls. steam
dried sold at S3 00 delivered; 10(1 bbls.
steam dried in lots from store, at $3 10;
2(10 bbls. "Evening Star," city mills,
steam dried, at i3 10.
BUTTER Choice is vcryacarco. Com
mon unsaleable 15 packuges good fiesh
country butter sold at 16e. ; 6 pk-is. fair
country at lie; 8 pulls choice, at Ifckvmd
1 tub choice, at 15 J.
EGGS. Plenty and dull. Tho hot
weather is vury damuglng totho esc mar-
ket. 10c. was tho outside figure to-day,
5 pkgs. shippers' count sild for 10c; 000
dozen sold caily at KJ!2e., shippers'
CHICKENS -Good young chickens
are scirco, and would find a toady salu at
Si 01(23 00. Old nroplenty and quiet. 40
dozen old mixed suld at $3c23 60.
PBOVISIONS-Dull and unchanged.
Very Rttlo doing except to supply ft imall
HAMS. 500 tba Country told nt 8c.
SHOULDERS. 3 casks sold from first
hands at 5c.
HACON.-Glcar lidos bring 7i8c.
POTATOES. Dull and unchangod.
FRUIT. Lomons nnd Oranges would
sell at about $0 007 00 $ box. Nonj la
BERRI E8 Raspberries In demand and
scurco, selling at $2 R03 00 "J crate.
Blackberries moro plenty and selling at
40c. V gallon. Cherries bring $2 00
2 2o bushel.
CABBAGE-SI 25 1 dozen.
LIME. A few sales are mado In small
lots at SI 25 bbl.
HIDES-Grccn ) lb77Jc. ; Cured. UQOlo
Green Calf "f-P121fiil3c.; Cured Calf, HQ
HJc. ; Dry- Flint, iflc. ; Dry Halt, 121c. ', Sheep
pelts each, 25$i0c.
SALT.-Canawha V bbl- 82 271 Dairy
bhl. 83 2T).
TEAS-Impcrlal, $1 103,1 40; Gunpow
der, $1 oOfil 50; Oolong Black, 81 00. 30;
Young Hyson, $1 001 40.
COFFEE Java, 3032r. ; l.aguayra, 20
27c. ; Bio, Prime to Choice, 2.'327c.
LARD Refined, In tierces lb, (xgiOe;
In kegs, cj i,, lorjjiojc.
HAMS. Sugar Currd, cimaascd, H &,
rjJoLU.'lJc. Country, 8 J inc. ; Shoulders Ba
con, .'eJtTHe. Clear Sides Bacon, "IQSe.
CHEESE. New York Factory, now, f to
BROOMS. Common House 'f' dozen, M
W) ; Choice to E.vtra, WJp 75 ; S. B. l W
BEESWAX, f m 30..-.
TALLOW, V V 7c. , '
SUGAR Now Orleans, Prime to Choice
lb ll12 ; Cotfeo A. I.KjlSJc. ; Crushed
and Powdered, ll.")ic. ; Granulated, 15
SYRUPS-Cholce gallon, KVQSI 00;
New Grleati", 7oe.
BAGGING. Gunnies, I8ir5,l0jc. ; Bur
SEi:i)S.-MilIet -p bu.hcl, WW; Hunga
rian, $3 M ; Timothy ?.1 50.
BRANDY. Hemic;- -fl gallon, best, J
.Vif3 (X); Slgnette, 2 00.
WlNi:.-l'oH, gal. ii r-3 00; Sherry,
$2 23 00 ; Cntaw bu, 2 50 ; Claret f case,
WHISKEY Rectified, per gal. tsV?! V);
Bourbon, $3 Oli; II) r, 2 75; Whor new
81 .V) ; High Wine, s?l 00.
FREIGHT COTTON, Compressed, to
Nlw- York, nV-. ; to Boston l?l 0o. Un
compressed, to New York, 91 it; toBov
FLOUR. To New York, ft bbl.,fl CO;
to Boston, Si 7t).
TO MEMPHIS.-Flour, 25c. ; Hay, 4 00;
Corn ! cwt., 15c. ; Oat", 15c. ; Potatoes
bbh, 25c. ; Apple, 25c; Pork, 35. ; Whiskey
(Wc. ; Lumber, "fl M. ?7 00. Heavy freight
"fl cwt., 15c.
TO NEW ORLKANS.-Flourlsbbl.35c.;
Potatoes, 35c. ; Apple, 35c. ; Pork, 50c. ;
Whl-key, 75c; Hay "JJ ton, 0 00; Corn V
cwt., 20c; Oata, 20c; Tobacco p hhd.,
?l 00; Cotton 11 bale, ft 50; Lumber M.
9X1 00. Heavy freight, V cwt. 20c.
Ills C.ntr.i. P.. R, Comp'y.
Aoent's Ojfice, June 28, 1872.
To persous wishing to attend tho na
tional democratic convention to be held at
Baltimore, July 0th, 1872, we will sell
round nip tickets from Cairo to Balti
more and return, good to go from Juy 1st
to July 9lb, and to return up to unoOa
These tickets may be had either via
Pittsburg and Harrisburg over tho Penn
ylvanla Central, or via Effingham, Cin
cinuali and Parkersburg over tbu Balti
more A- Ohio railroad, at ?30 80; or tia
Odin, Cincinnati and Parkersburg at
523 85. Passengers selecting either route
will have the privilege of visiting Wash
ington city without extra charge Pull
man palace drawing room nnd sleeping
cars will be run through from OJIn and
Ktlingham to Iljltbnore without change.
i-2-ct. J ami's Johnson, Ag"t.
constantly on hand at the
One or two respectable young mon or
boys can hear of n comfortable place to
board, where there are no other boarders,
by Inquiring fur H. at The Bulletin of
fice. Terms reasonable. 23-Ct
SuccEhs Based Upon Merit. It is a
subject of general remark, among both
wholesale and retail druggists, that
no medicinu introduced to the Atneriian
public has over gnined such a popularity
and met with so large a sale in all parts of
the lu ml, in tho sama length of time, as
has Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
This cannot depend upon Its having been
moru largely advertised than any othor
medicine, us such is not tho case. Thu cor
rect explanation, wo think, is found in-ibo
fact thut tliis medicine products tho most
wondurful and perfect cures of vory bad
cases of bronchial, throat und lung diseases,
is undoublelly iho most perfect and effi
cient remedy for all kinds ol Coughs thut
has over been Introduced to tho public,
and al thu saluo limo possesses the greatest
of blood purifying und strengthening prop.
erties that medical science tins been able
lo produce, thus rendering it a sovereign
remedy not only In tho cure of Con
sumption Bronchitis, Hoarseness and
Coughs, but also for all diseases of tho
liver and blood, as scrofulous diseases, skin
diseases, blotches, rough skin, pimples
black specks and discoloratlons. It ((is
thercfoiu a wide rnngo i f application and,
usefulness, and it not only gives the nil
periect satisfaction to all who uso It, l
far exceeds tho expectations of tho most
sanguine, thus eliciting tho loudest prals
nnd making permanent thing udvcrlslng
mediums of all who use it. For thuso
reasons it is that there is not perhaps a.
diugglitin all tho vast domain of this
continent, who tries to plcaso his cuttumori
and supply their wants, that docs not keep
and sell large quantities of this most valu
ublo medicine. 7-3d&wlt.
Notice is hereby given that tho co-partner-.bin
heretofore exlUuir -lietwecu William
Klchbotf, Charles UlchlintT and Heury Etch-
boll', under the firm name ot KIMibnn itrnth.
ors, Is this day dissolved by mutual consent,
William Llchhoir purchasing the whole ijl'il
ucis, assuming all Its liabilities, and receiv
ing all the accounts due the old firm.
Cairo, Qii,, Judo 21, 1873.